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"donald john" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:18 min | 7 months ago

"donald john" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Donald John trump signed an executive order of clemency granting a full pardon to Edward DeBartolo junior deputy press secretary Hogan Gidley a short time ago DeBartolo is the former San Francisco's forty Niners owner convicted in a gambling fraud scandal he pleaded guilty to failing to report a felony in nineteen ninety eight when he paid four hundred thousand dollars to Louisiana's then governor in exchange for a riverboat gambling license NFL greats including Jerry rice and Jim Brown at the White House for that announcement in New York a federal judge just rejecting Roger stone's request for a delay in Thursday's scheduled sentencing the defense had raised concerns about possible jury misconduct stone is the long time trump associate convicted of lying to investigators another counts in the rush of pro now at the center of a firestorm over revised sentencing recommendations Erica is listening to box please radio kale B. J. on better god for this news brought you by majestic kills T. X. dot com topping Austin's news a growing number of school districts are moving toward independent police department and tonight del valley ISD could become the latest del valley high school assistant principal David Lopez has been putting together the nuts and bolts he's also a former cop and he says district police department of really become a large movement with more than thirty four just last year in Texas are that moving is because districts want to embody the police department and want to have one entities that two entities with two different philosophies Lopez says it would cost three or nineteen thousand dollars for start up and with board approval he says the entire department will be ready to go by this June former Austin mayor Kirk Watson who since two thousand seven and served as a Democrat the Texas Senate announces his plan to resign on April thirtieth what's at stake on a rolls the dean of university of Houston hobby school of public affairs Watson's also been at the forefront of a push to pump billions of dollars in upgrades to I thirty five speaking of mobility upgrades following approval last year by the mobility authority plans are moving ahead for a nine mile addition to the one eighty three eight told between mopac an S. H. forty five Steve still it was C. T. R. may says this five hundred eighty million dollar project should go a little more smoothly than the mopac toll project were looking to have to express lanes in each direction mopac we didn't have that flexibility given the constraints of the railroad and the adjacent neighborhoods and all the planets at four center toll.

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Trump Acquitted of Two Impeachment Charges in Near Party-Line Vote

KYW 24 Hour News

01:04 min | 8 months ago

Trump Acquitted of Two Impeachment Charges in Near Party-Line Vote

"President trump was going to make a public statement today at noon to talk about what he calls the impeachment hoax the Senate found him not guilty in his impeachment trial yesterday correspondent Linda Kenyan tells us what happened last night this part is on impeachment will end today that's what Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said as the Senate prepared to cast its votes on two articles of impeachment article one abuse of power Donald John trump president of the United States is not guilty as charged Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts who presided over the trial then read the judgment on article two obstruction of Congress Donald John trump president of the United States is not guilty as charged in the second article of impeachment Utah senator Mitt Romney was the only Republican to cross party lines voting with all the Democrats to convict the president on the charge of abuse of power Rodney voted to acquit him on the charge of obstruction of Congress the president when after Romney on Twitter after the vote posting a video that labeled Rodney as the Democrats secret

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President Trump acquitted on both impeachment charges, avoids removal

Jason and Alexis

00:33 sec | 8 months ago

President Trump acquitted on both impeachment charges, avoids removal

"Rivers the outcome was never in doubt it is therefore ordered and adjudged that the said Donald John trump be and he is hereby acquitted of the charges and said articles came just as John Roberts announcing the president's acquittal on charges of abuse of power and obstructing Congress Utah Republican Mitt Romney became the first center to vote for the ouster of a president from his own party but the final tally was no where close to the sixty seven votes needed Mr trump to address the nation on his acquittal at noon eastern time

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Trump to make statement on impeachment 'victory' on Thursday

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:21 min | 8 months ago

Trump to make statement on impeachment 'victory' on Thursday

"Trump today plans to talk at noon noon about about what what he he calls calls the the impeachment impeachment hoax hoax following following the the Senate's Senate's decision decision to to acquit acquit him him and and while while the the trial trial is is come come to to a a close close it it has has opened opened up up more more political political loans loans WTOP WTOP is Mitchel Miller has more from Capitol Hill Donald John trump president of the United States is not guilty as charged in the second article of impeachment Chief Justice John Roberts the vote on obstruction of Congress was straight down party lines but on the article of abuse of power Utah senator Mitt Romney was the sole Republican to break with his party and vote to convict corrupting an election to keep oneself in office is perhaps the most abusive and destructive violation of one's oath of office that I can imagine the trial has highlighted sharp political differences that continue Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell she refuses to accept this acquittal whatever that means well I'm sure will tear up the verdict lecture tore up the state of the union address the Senate's top Democrat Chuck Schumer argues that because the trial never accepted witnesses the president's acquittal can't be viewed as a complete exoneration Republican majority has placed a giant asterisk the asterisk of a sham trial next to the acquittal of president trump written in permanent ink on Capitol Hill Mitchell Miller WTOP news

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Trump acquitted by Senate on articles of impeachment

News, Traffic and Weather

00:42 sec | 8 months ago

Trump acquitted by Senate on articles of impeachment

"Seven the seven trumpets been acquitted on both articles of impeachment ABC Serena Marshall at the capitol has more on the first article of impeachment abuse of power is forty eight senators to pronounce Donald John trump president of the United States guilty as charged fifty two senators have pronounced him not guilty as charged president trump cleared with only one Republican breaking ranks and voting with Democrats moderate Mitt Romney but on the second of structure Longrich bitstream much have pronounced Donald John trump president of the United States guilty as charged fifty three senators have pronounced him not that his chart end of the impeachment trials under president trump having three Marshall ABC news the title judges that

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Romney's vote surprised Trump impeachment team

All Things Considered

04:33 min | 8 months ago

Romney's vote surprised Trump impeachment team

"From NPR news this is All Things Considered I'm Audie Cornish and I'm very that was Kelly the impeachment trial of president Donald J. trump is over it is therefore ordered and a judge that the said Donald John trump be and he is hereby acquitted of the charges in said articles the Senate has voted to acquit Donald Trump the votes on two articles of impeachment came after two years of impassioned speeches from senators from both parties justifying their decisions acquit or convict and while most fell in line with their own party's position one broke away creating bipartisan opposition to the president NPR congressional correspondent Kelsey snow has been following it all from Capitol Hill she joins me now he kills hi there so it has been abundantly clear since before this trial began that Democrats were not going to have the sixty seven votes they needed to convict president trump what struck you as you watch this final historic day play out today was very somber very quiet the senators and all of their staff or just simply exhausted it was really interesting to me that the gallery of the public areas where people can come and sit and watch were as full as I have ever seen in my ten years up here in this was nearly a party line vote as he said and we knew what the outcome was but people are really interested and you know the person that we watch so closely through all of this was Mitt Romney of Utah and he went to the Senate floor earlier today and broke with his party on the first article of impeachment abuse of power and that really kind of set the energy back in play around here where there are protesters everywhere and it kind of give a break to the shuffling through of speeches that kind of brought us to the end of this trial thank you senator honest decision on that to vote on that one count against the president we were all watching for it it still was quite dramatic to to to watch him actually vote for it on the Senate floor just walk us through how he explained his vote well it was very dramatic because he is the first in order to vote to convict the president of their own party and he delivered this very emotional speech where he repeatedly tie this decision back to his religion I am profoundly religious my faith is at the heart of who I am and then he took a very long pause and composed himself and his voice broke several times when he was explaining that he took an oath before god and knew that making this judgment would be one of the most difficult he had ever faced but he said he was convinced that the president was guilty of what he was accused of and he did meet the threshold of high crimes and misdemeanors he says he knows will be pilloried for it and he didn't see any other choice this is what he said I'm sure to hear abuse from the president and his supporters does anyone seriously believe that I would consent of these consequences other than from an inescapable conviction that my oath before god demanded of me Kelsey is he hearing abuse what's been the reaction to mit Romney's decision well Donald Trump junior says he should be kicked out of the party but the Republican senators I talked to basically don't agree with that as Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell was asked about this repeatedly after the vote today and he said he was surprised and disappointed buddy said rami still works with the party and there are no dog houses in the Senate but I will note that Romney was the first senator out of the chamber after he shook hands with his desk mate hi what about on the other side of the aisle there had been some suspense that maybe Democrats would cross party lines in particular three Democrats who represent states that president trump one in in twenty sixteen that that didn't happen it didn't happen they were all United and a senator Joe Manchin in particular of West Virginia was really lauded and and celebrated when they came to the Senate floor before the vote he had basically a receiving line of people coming to give him a hug it's important because president trump and no longer can claim that there was bipartisan opposition to his impeachment like that he could claim in the house yeah so impeachment the trial is over but is the Ukraine drama over on Capitol Hill it doesn't seem like that a Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says it's all in the rear view mirror but he doesn't control of the house and over in the house house Judiciary Committee chairman Jerry Nadler said a subpoena could be coming for former national security adviser John Bolton and they're still that book that Bolton has written and should be coming out shortly so there is still drama around impeachment even if the final votes are cast NPR congressional correspondent Kelsey smell speaking to us from Capitol Hill thank you Kelsey thank

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"donald john" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:01 min | 8 months ago

"donald john" Discussed on AP News

"Respondent Donald John trump guilty or not guilty on the first article abuse of power and then the second instructing Congress Chief Justice John Roberts asked senators to vote on each two thirds did not fight the president guilty ending just the third presidential impeachment trial in American history his acquittal was all but assured in the GOP led chamber which had voted not to allow witnesses and the documents and the trial the verdict of this kangaroo court will be meaningless top Senate Democrat Chuck Schumer says Republicans were more interested in protecting the president than finding the truth but GOP senator Lindsey Graham counters Democrats have their own agenda getting rid of the president these people hate trump's guts Mitt Romney was the only Republican to break ranks voting guilty on the first article Sager make ani at the White House university of Virginia presidential historian Barbara Perry says the results were pretty much expect surprises are are shocked obviously that Romney's a vote in speech is important because it does mean the president can't claim a unanimous verdict in his favor but I'm sure he'll just which is important because it does mean the president can't claim a unanimous verdict in his favor but I'm sure he'll just attacked but Romney for having a real deserted the reservation returns from the Iowa caucuses continue to trickle in for the state Democrats eighty six percent reporting former south bend Indiana Merope but a judge holds a slim lead over remonstrated or Bernie Sanders they're followed by Massachusetts senator Elizabeth Warren then Joe Biden he tells supporters in New Hampshire I'm gonna fight for this nomination I'm gonna fight for it here in New Hampshire and in a vat and then in South Carolina beyond because I know there are also a lot of folks out there who are right off this campaign but it's gone but I tell you what they were trying to do that for the moment I entered the race this is a P. news this the former vice president faces some trouble in the state is that is seen as his firewall South Carolina number of black lawmakers demanding Biden disavow statements made by long time friend and campaign circuit they claim are racist it started with state senator Dick harpootlian criticizing the chairman of the black legislative caucus Jerry Govan for taking a job with Tom Stiers campaign harpootlian telling the post and courier newspaper at the legislator was with Biden did until quote Mister money bags showed up style you're hired Govan is a senior adviser back in October the last of Hollywood's leading men from its golden age is god what are we becoming Romans at we learn nothing what I mean we look for work Douglas is dead at one hundred three he didn't shy away from difficult roles including that of Vincent back go in lust for life I'm not afraid of the motion what I paid the sun I want to make people feel agree volley giving off light I'm Tim acquire more news right after this thank you for listening to.

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"donald john" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:53 min | 8 months ago

"donald john" Discussed on AP News

"Donald John trump guilty or not guilty on the first article abuse of power and then the second instructing Congress Chief Justice John Roberts asked senators to vote on each two thirds did not fight the president guilty ending just the third presidential impeachment trial in American history his acquittal was all but assured in the GOP led chamber which had voted not to allow witnesses and the documents and the trial the verdict of this kangaroo court will be meaningless top Senate Democrat Chuck Schumer says Republicans were more interested in protecting the president than finding the truth but GOP senator Lindsey Graham counters Democrats have their own agenda getting rid of the president these people hate trump's guts Mitt Romney was the only Republican to break ranks voting guilty on the first article Sager make money at the White House university of Virginia presidential historian Barbara Perry says the results were pretty much expect surprises are are shocked obviously that Romney's of vote in speech is important because it does mean the president can't claim a unanimous verdict in his favor but I'm sure he'll just attack but Romney for having a root deserted the reservation returns from the Iowa caucuses continue to trickle in for the state Democrats eighty six percent reporting former south bend Indiana Merope but a judge holds a slim lead over remonstrated or Bernie Sanders they're followed by Massachusetts senator Elizabeth Warren then Joe Biden he tells supporters in New Hampshire I'm gonna fight for this nomination I'm gonna fight for it here in New Hampshire and in a vat and then in South Carolina beyond because I know there are also a lot of folks out there who are right off this campaign but it's gone but I tell you what they were trying to do that for the moment I entered the race this is a P. news the former vice president faces some trouble in the state is that is seen as his firewall South Carolina number of black lawmakers demanding Biden disavow statements made by long time friend and campaign circuit they claim are racist it started with state senator Dick harpootlian criticizing the chairman of the black legislative caucus jury Govan for taking a job with Tom Stiers campaign harpootlian telling the post and courier newspaper that's a legislator was with Biden did until quote Mister money bags showed up style you're hired Govan is a senior adviser back in October the last of Hollywood's leading men from its golden age is god what are we becoming Romans at we learn nothing what I mean we look for work Douglas is dead at one hundred three he didn't shy away from difficult roles including that have been set back go in lust for life I'm not afraid of the motion what I paid the sun I want to make people feel agree volley giving off light I'm Tim acquire more news right after this thank you for listening to the AP.

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Trump acquitted by Senate, ending historic impeachment trial

All Things Considered

00:32 sec | 8 months ago

Trump acquitted by Senate, ending historic impeachment trial

"Kelley the impeachment trial of president Donald J. trump is over it is therefore ordered and adjudged that the said Donald John trump be and he is hereby acquitted of the charges in said articles the Senate has voted to acquit Donald Trump the votes on two articles of impeachment came after two years of impassioned speeches from senators from both parties justifying their decisions acquit or convict and while most fell in line with their own party's position one broke away creating bipartisan opposition to the

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Senate acquits Trump of impeachment charges

All Things Considered

00:32 sec | 8 months ago

Senate acquits Trump of impeachment charges

"Kelley the impeachment trial of president Donald J. trump is over it is therefore ordered and adjudged that the said Donald John trump be and he is hereby acquitted of the charges in said articles the Senate has voted to acquit Donald Trump the votes on two articles of impeachment came after two years of impassioned speeches from senators from both parties justifying their decisions acquit or convict and while most fell in line with their own party's position one broke away creating bipartisan opposition to the

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"donald john" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:53 min | 8 months ago

"donald john" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Over in the Senate Donald John trump president of the United States is not guilty as charged in the second article of impeachment KTA ours Peter say more joins us now live with the recap in the news center Becky Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says house speaker Nancy Pelosi knows the impeachment trial was purely political having been dragged into something she instinctively felt was a mistake then the second impulse was let's get this over with as quickly as possible get it over the other body and let them deal with votes to acquit president trump ran all most on party lines fifty three to forty seven on the obstruction of Congress charge and fifty two to forty eight all the abuse of power charge Utah Republican Mitt Romney voted guilty only on the latter charge I'm sure to hear abuse from the president and his supporters does anyone seriously believe that I would consent of these consequences other than from an inescapable conviction that my oath before god demanded of me president trump had been accused of demanding dirt on the bidens from Ukraine and withholding three hundred ninety one million dollars in US aid to that country until he got it live in the newscenter Peter say more KTAR news there's more controversy for state representative David cook cook has to ethics complaints filed against him after an alleged affair with an agricultural lobbyist health officials did not give any details about the globe representative but did say they'd release the complaint once they're distributed to members of the ethics committee although cook and lobbyists Annemarie nor insist they've not cross ethical lines cook has sponsored bills and is on two committees overseeing bills of interest to north organization western growers in twenty eighteen the house also punished cook after he was charged with an extreme do you why Taylor can wrap KTA our news representative TJ show biz introducing the law enforcement cooperation act he says that insurers local law enforcement has the ability to cooperate with our federal counterparts this.

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Stephen Colbert sincerely thanks Mitt Romney for 'serving the constitution' over Trump

Woody and Company

00:33 sec | 8 months ago

Stephen Colbert sincerely thanks Mitt Romney for 'serving the constitution' over Trump

"David the impeachment of president trump has ended this article of impeachment forty eight senators have pronounced Donald John trump president of the United States guilty as charged fifty two senators have pronounced him not guilty as charged Chief Justice John Roberts announcing the vote count on article one that's abuse of power Mitt Romney the lone Republican voting with all Democrats to convict president trump on that count but again not enough on count two obstruction of Congress the vote was fifty three forty seven to acquit Ohio senators voted along party

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Senate clears Trump on both impeachment articles

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 8 months ago

Senate clears Trump on both impeachment articles

"Is the respondent Donald John trump guilty or not guilty on the first article abuse of power and then the second type struck being Congress Chief Justice John Roberts asked senators to vote on each two thirds did not fight the president guilty ending just the third presidential impeachment trial in American history his acquittal was all but assured in the GOP led chamber which had voted not to allow witnesses and the documents in the trial the verdict of this kangaroo court will be meaningless top Senate Democrat Chuck Schumer says Republicans were more interested in protecting the president than finding the truth but GOP senator Lindsey Graham counters Democrats have their own agenda getting rid of the president these people hate trump's guts Mitt Romney was the only Republican to break ranks voting guilty on the first article Sager

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Senate clears Trump on both impeachment articles

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 8 months ago

Senate clears Trump on both impeachment articles

"Is the respondent Donald John trump guilty or not guilty on the first article abuse of power and then the second type struck being Congress Chief Justice John Roberts asked senators to vote on each two thirds did not fight the president guilty ending just the third presidential impeachment trial in American history his acquittal was all but assured in the GOP led chamber which had voted not to allow witnesses and the documents in the trial the verdict of this kangaroo court will be meaningless top Senate Democrat Chuck Schumer says Republicans were more interested in protecting the president than finding the truth but GOP senator Lindsey Graham counters Democrats have their own agenda getting rid of the president these people hate trump's guts Mitt Romney was the only Republican to break ranks voting guilty on the first article Sager make ani at the White House

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Impeachment trial: House Democrats to say Trump obstructed Congress

Morning Edition

01:28 min | 8 months ago

Impeachment trial: House Democrats to say Trump obstructed Congress

"The all persons are commanded to keep silent on pain of imprisonment while the Senate of the United States the city for the trial of the articles of impeachment exhibited by the house of representatives against Donald John trump president of the United States for more than nine hours yesterday house Democrats tried to make their case that president trump abused his office in his dealings with Ukraine and that abuse of power constitutes an impeachable offense here's impeachment manager representative Adam Schiff making his closing remarks last night you can't trust this president do what's right for this country you can trust he will do what's right for Donald Trump he'll do it now he's done it before he'll do it for the next several months he'll do it in the election if he's allowed to this is why if you find him guilty you must find that he should be removed because right matters because right matters and the truth matters otherwise we are lost today is the final day for Democrats to try and convince Republican senators that president trump should be removed from

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Senate Impeachment Trial of Trump Begins

All Of It

06:38 min | 8 months ago

Senate Impeachment Trial of Trump Begins

"We're going to spend a few minutes reviewing the very long day that has just transpired many hours ago yesterday in fact the Senate the surgeon at arms of the Senate and noticed the beginning of this impeachment trial here you hear you hear me all persons are commanded to keep silent on pain of imprisonment well the son of United States is sitting for the trial of the articles of impeachment exhibited by the house of representatives against Donald John trump president of the United States well since then Senate minority minority leader Chuck Schumer has introduced a series of amendments eleven of them senators have voted on each of them one by one and rejected them one by one mostly along party lines the amendments all have aim to allow subpoenas for documents and witnesses evidence that Democrats believe is relevant to the president's withholding of aid to Ukraine that withholding of aid is central to the impeachment charge of abuse of power here's representative Val Deming's Democrat of Florida one of the house impeachment manager she speaking here on the efforts of the White House and the president himself to block evidence as a career in law enforcement officer I have never seen anyone takes that extreme steps to hide evidence allegedly proving his innocence all right that is one view here's another this is the president's attorney Jay Sekulow arguing that that Ukraine aid and the phone call between president trump and Ukraine's president the one where critics say aid was threatened J. secular saying those are red herrings why are we here only here because of a phone call are we here before this great body because since the president was sworn into office there was a desire to see him removed all right with me now as they have been for many hours and pure congressional correspondent Susan Davis and and pure political reporter Tim mac and I want to give you both the chance to offer a final thought or if to hear I would I would love to to do is just look at the substance of what unfolded today because today was a lot of procedure a lot of figuring out the rules but we heard the thrust of what the central arguments are going to be and we heard Democrats introducing evidence in the former videos in the form of witness testimony we heard them introduce video of the president himself saying things that are now and convenient to his defense team from his defense team to Davis we didn't see videos wouldn't see slides a very different approach no because the White House and one of the negative effects of never participating in the process is none of the evidence at hand really backs up any of their arguments there isn't much of the testimony that happened before the house that vindicates the White House there's some that is not as bad as other testimony certainly people testified that they did not believe the president did anything wrong or they didn't hear any first hand accounts of anything improper but the overwhelming evidence that the house investigation put forward makes it look as if the president made decisions to withhold military aid to pressure Ukraine to investigate the Biden family at that at a time when he was and still is a leading contender for the democratic nomination in the twenty twenty presidential election and I think what you see housing Democrats using that video evidence and they've made clear that this is a strategy they're going to use in this trial is they see some of their best arguments are being made by the president himself it's not just testimony that happened before the house committees it's also the things the president has said publicly time and time again that they played today and will continue to use over the course of the coming days to mac let me let you weigh and respond to that what did you hear in terms of the thrust of where the argument from each of these legal teams is going to take us in these next days well the Republican argument has remained a like she said very similar threw out which is the president did not commit any misconduct that they're not generally engaging with the fact questions they're simply saying there was no quid pro quo that Ukraine wasn't aware of this holder this pas in aid that's central to this empire impeachment process and that there is that even if the president did in fact asked for an investigation or a was behind this holding it in aid neither of those things were unethical or improper the political argument at the White House is making which I think is where most Senate Republicans are going to embrace and try to land is that while these things happen the White House is saying the president didn't do anything wrong a lot of senators don't agree with that assessment but the political argument that the White House is making is that there's an election coming up and that this isn't a job for the Congress to decide that it's up to the country to decide the fate of the president that is a comfortable place for most senators to land even if they give them a place to say I don't think this conduct was the greatest I would've done if I was the president but I'm not going to get in front of my constituents in my voters nine or ten months out of an election at timeline the pets of Bologna the White House counsel mentioned time and time again and that is the safest and easiest political space for anyone conflicted about how to vote on this and it's a very small orbit of senators that is the clearest safest path to land without feeling like you had to take two tough for her right and and that was also something that the president's lawyers touched on that that that the that the house impeachment managers in the house articles don't accuse the president of a specific criminal offense and that could leave it out if Republicans certain Republican senators are interested in taking it to say that the president may have committed some sort of misconduct may have done something wrong but it doesn't rise to the level of an impeachable offense just briefly what comes next we will what we are heard there for Mitch McConnell they will be back will all be back and do it all again starting at one o'clock eastern tomorrow because believe it or not we still have not heard the actual formal opening arguments here this was all the freeway to that is that research that's right that tomorrow begins official opening arguments and the and the White House and congressional teams have the chance to make additional motions of their own this was senators putting forward motions one of the things are watching for is does the White House try to put forward a motion to dismiss at the very front end of all of this proceedings justice put

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US senators clash over witnesses at Trump impeachment trial

Joe Gallagher

04:19 min | 8 months ago

US senators clash over witnesses at Trump impeachment trial

"For just the third time in American history a US president is on trial in the Senate with president trump impeachment trial officially under way Linda Kenyon reports there's a lot at stake for the president's legacy and the twenty twenty election it began in the Senate chamber with the official presentation of the articles of impeachment with one of the chief house impeachment managers outlining the charges against president trump president trump solicited the interference of a foreign government Ukraine in the twenty twenty United States presidential election then representative Adam Schiff the chairman of the house intelligence committee described the second article of impeachment obstruction of Congress no president has ever ordered the complete defiance of an impeachment and Cory or sought to obstruct and impede so comprehensively the ability of the house of representatives to investigate high crimes and misdemeanors on the other side of the capitol building house speaker Nancy Pelosi was addressing the issue of whether the Republican controlled Senate must take into account recent new evidence and allow witness testimony in the trial they don't see documents they don't hear from my witnesses are they don't want they want a can or anything new that comes up what's come up includes a statement from the government accountability office that says the trump administration broke the law when it withheld US security aid to Ukraine last year that had been appropriated by Congress house minority leader Kevin McCarthy dismissed this new revelation saying the house had its chance they made their case for impeachment the Senate role now is the judge in the afternoon a harsh envelop the Senate chamber as Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts entered senators I attend the Senate in conformity with your notice for the purpose of joining with you for the trial of the president of the United States justice Roberts who will preside over the president's impeachment trial was administered the oath by the president pro tem of the Senate Iowa Republican Chuck Grassley Roberts interns Warren the members of the U. S. Senate they will act as the jury in the trial do you saw only swear that in all things appertaining to the trial of the impeachment of Donald John trump president of the United States now pending you will do impartial justice according to the constitution and laws so help you god the trial will begin with opening statements next Tuesday but there's still a lot of questions to be answered like the issue of whether there will be witness testimony Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer says he really doesn't know we expect that we will have votes on these witnesses on Tuesday be can't be sure to we see the resolution that McConnell has put together he refers to Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell would first said he did not want any witness testimony in the trial but later said the issue would be put to a vote during the trial as Senate Republicans took the lead on impeachment house Democrats were pushing them to hear new evidence particularly from somebody associated with president trump's attorney Rudy Giuliani Alex Marquardt reports the indicted associate Abadi Giuliani turning on his old boss and the man they were working train president trump idolize them I mean I thought he was the savior left harness says everyone knew what was going on in Ukraine including trump during a media blitz that helps show prosecutors you're willing to cooperate harness for how significant the pressure was in the quid pro quo with Ukraine investigate the bidens or else if they didn't make the announcement basically there would be no relationship the Ukrainian born partner says he told officials in Kiev there would be no military aid or a White House meeting for the new president and less they announced the Biden investigation the only thing will we cared about and then we were poor we were the team was to get the Lynskey or a Porsche and go for somebody to make on the press release of announcement into the by investigation also in the balance partner said with the attendance of vice president Mike pence a Dylan skis on Aug aeration announcement no pets burns with me at the number rations there would be no visit to the White House there would be basically they would have no communication pence's office responded that part S. will say anything to stay out of prison trump has denied knowing part S. despite numerous photos showing the two together every time he says us from another after his line is lying the administration is also

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What's ahead in the impeachment trial of President Trump

ABC Perspective

02:42 min | 8 months ago

What's ahead in the impeachment trial of President Trump

"The articles of impeachment against president Donald Trump has now been moved to the Senate the charges have been read aloud Chief Justice John Roberts is taking the oath and all one hundred seven jurors have been sworn in do you solemnly swear that in all things pertaining to the trial of the impeachment Donald John trump president of the United States now pending you will do impartial justice according to the constitution and laws so help you god trial begins in earnest on Tuesday well this week was mostly ceremony next week we will see the real process to talk more about it to somebody who's been following the impeachment closely since it began ABC news White House and Capitol Hill reporter Halford folders what we'll see we'll see these house managers they're essentially the prosecutors during this trial there prosecuting the case for the house so we'll see them they will give their opening arguments chairman Adam Schiff is the lead on this they have up to twenty four hours to present their case will also see the president's legal team also has up to twenty four hours to present the case but this is what we might also see in the beginning with there's going to be a debate about witnesses there's going to be multiple motions we expect from Democrats to call various witnesses we know Democrats want witnesses Republicans don't but there's been a renewed debate about it but what we expect our opening arguments in the senator's really have to sit in their seats quietly they aren't allowed to talk and they don't have electronics what's John Roberts role going to be and what are the senators role going to be it is just to simply sit and listen and they can ask questions that have to be written out on paper is that correct right in the those questions on on paper will come after these opening arguments and the Clinton impeachment trial I believe I believe there was a hundred and fifty questions that could last up to a couple of days but all the senators are expected to be in attendance for the duration of the trial we expected to last two to three weeks but it in terms of John Roberts role here he's essentially overseeing this trial in terms of whether he'll have an active role or have to rule on any particular thing that's to be determined but he he most likely it is going to try not to really get involved here as much as he can at least and Tuesdays the day when all of this get started in earnest right Tuesdays the day so it's still to be expected what exactly will see on that day but if it all goes as planned you'll see these managers now they'll do that walk every day by the way from the house to the Senate you'll see there's a house managers that begin a giving opening statements and presenting their case and remember chairman Adam Schiff he's the lead

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Senate awaiting White House response to impeachment trial summons

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 8 months ago

Senate awaiting White House response to impeachment trial summons

"The Senate receive the formal house resolution yesterday impeaching Donald John trump president of the United States for high crimes and misdemeanors congressman Adam Schiff will be one of the house prosecutors presenting the case to a jury of one hundred senators opening arguments are due to start Tuesday first the Senate will issue a formal summons to the White House and the president's legal team is expected to respond by tomorrow he already has it's a hoax everybody knows that it's a it's a complete hoax which he says Democrats are conducting to win the election that hopefully they're not gonna win Sager make ani at the White House

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Why Chief Justice Roberts' role in impeachment trial is "critical"

America in the Morning

02:38 min | 8 months ago

Why Chief Justice Roberts' role in impeachment trial is "critical"

"Hour the third impeachment trial of a U. S. president in history has officially begun correspondent Linda Kenyan has our top story it began in the Senate chamber with the official presentation of the articles of impeachment with one of the chief house impeachment managers outlining the charges against president trump president trump solicited the interference of a foreign government Ukraine in the twenty twenty United States presidential election then representative Adam Schiff the chairman of the house intelligence committee described the second article of impeachment obstruction of Congress no president has ever ordered the complete defiance of an impeachment inquiry or sought to obstruct and impede so comprehensively the ability of the house of representatives to investigate high crimes and misdemeanors on the other side of the capitol building house speaker Nancy Pelosi was addressing the issue of whether the Republican controlled Senate must take into account recent new evidence and allow witness testimony in the trial they don't see documents they don't hear from my witnesses a they don't want they want if nor anything new that comes up what's come up includes a statement from the government accountability office that says the trump administration broke the law when it withheld US security aid to Ukraine last year that had been appropriated by Congress house minority leader Kevin McCarthy dismiss this new revelation saying the house had its chance they made their case for impeachment the Senate role now is the judge in the afternoon a harsh enveloped the Senate chamber as Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts entered senators I attend the Senate in conformity with your notice for the purpose of joining with you for the trial of the president of the United States justice Roberts who will preside over the president's impeachment trial was administered the oath by the president pro tem of the Senate Iowa Republican Chuck Grassley Roberts interns Warren the members of the U. S. Senate they will act as the jury in the trial do you solemnly swear that in all things pertaining to the trial of the impeach cement of Donald John trump president of the United States now pending you will do impartial justice according to the constitution and laws so help you god the trial will begin with opening statements next Tuesday but there's still a lot of questions to be answered like the issue of whether there will be a witness testimony Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer says he really doesn't know we expect that we will have votes on these witnesses on Tuesday we can't be sure to we see the resolution that McConnell has put together he refers to Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell who at first said he did not want any witness testimony in the trial but later said the issue would be put to a vote

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Trump’s Impeachment Trial Is About to Begin. Here’s What to Expect.

All Things Considered

01:19 min | 8 months ago

Trump’s Impeachment Trial Is About to Begin. Here’s What to Expect.

"January twenty first one PM president Donald trump's impeachment trial begins he stands accused of abuse of power and obstruction of Congress for allegedly pressuring Ukraine into helping him politically by leveraging huge amounts of congressionally approved military aid congressional Republicans have long argued trump had not broken any laws but today a government watchdog agency determined that by holding up Ukraine state he did just that how much that will bear on the upcoming trial remains to be seen NPR's Brian Naylor reports this day was one of pomp and circumstance as members of the Senate were sworn in to serve as jurors first the house impeachment managers solemnly proceeded to the Senate chamber where lead manager Democrat Adam Schiff read aloud the two articles of impeachment a few hours later Chief Justice John Roberts who will preside over the trial swore centers in do you solemnly swear that in all things appertaining to the trial of the impeachment of Donald John trump president of the United States now pending you will do impartial justice according to the constitution and laws so help you god senators then signed an oath book president trump has been given until Saturday to respond to the charges the impeachment trial will begin in earnest Tuesday afternoon Brian Naylor NPR news

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Articles of impeachment formally delivered to Senate

WBZ Afternoon News

00:23 sec | 8 months ago

Articles of impeachment formally delivered to Senate

"The full impeachment trial will begin next Tuesday the senators have all been sworn in the house managers appointed and the articles of impeachment against the president I've been read aloud with the permission of the Senate I will now read the articles of impeachment house resolution seven fifty five impeaching Donald John trump president of the United States for high crimes and

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"donald john" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

01:53 min | 9 months ago

"donald john" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"On Tom Foley Donald John trump forty fifth president of the United States the third one impeached Congress acts article one is a doctor article two is adopted the democratic led house impeaches the president house intelligence committee chairman Adam Schiff what is at risk here the very idea of America but Republicans say the impeachment undermines voters they don't just take Donald Trump madam speaker they hate the sixty three million Americans who voted for this president the forgotten men and women of this country who have been left behind madam speaker Steve Dorsey C. B. S. news Washington the two articles of impeachment against Donald Trump now to be sent to the U. S. Senate for trial but it is unclear when that will happen speaker Pelosi saying after the vote the house will hold off until it gets an idea on the rules of the trial from the Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell Mr trump was in battle creek Michigan as he was being impeached at a rally of his supporters blasting away at Democrats in general and congresswoman Debbie Dingell in particular along with her late husband the longest serving member of Congress in history who died earlier this year there was a federal appellate court decision on Wednesday that could knock out a key part of the affordable Care Act frequently called obamacare WWL radio Dave cone reports a ruling from the U. S. fifth circuit court of appeals here in New Orleans leaves many questions unanswered including our portions of the affordable Care Act like requiring coverage of pre existing conditions and allowing children to remain on parental policies until age twenty six still valid after the three judge panel ruled two to one that the individual mandate part of obamacare is now on constitutional after Congress removed all penalties for people who don't carry health insurance on the business page one of the biggest names in big box retail seems.

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"donald john" Discussed on Mueller Report Audio

Mueller Report Audio

11:58 min | 10 months ago

"donald john" Discussed on Mueller Report Audio

"How many times do we hear? Important government reports that are available but oftentimes oftentimes most of us are too busy to read them. And while I'm working on the executive summary of the impeachment inquiry report and Planning on the Department of Justice Inspector General's report. There was a historic bill. The pastor the House Judiciary Committee last week and is expected to be voted on the week of December Sixteen Twenty nineteen this is house resolution. Seven hundred fifty five from the first session of the One Hundred Sixteenth Congress impeaching Donald John Trump president of the United States for high crimes and misdemeanors resolved that Donald John Trump president of the United States is impeached reached for high crimes and misdemeanors and the following articles of impeachment be exhibited to the United States Senate articles of impeachment exhibited by the House of Representatives is operatives of the United States of America in the name of itself and of the people of the United States of America Against Donald John Trump president of the United States of America America in maintenance and support of its impeachment against him for high crimes and Misdemeanors Article One abuse of power. The the Constitution provides that the House of Representatives quote shall have the sole power of impeachment unquote and that the president quote shall be removed from office on impeachment four and conviction of treason bribery or other high crimes and misdemeanors unquote in his conduct of the office of the President of the United States and in violation relation of his constitutional oath faithfully execute the office of the president of the United States and to the best of his ability preserve protect and defend the constitution of the United States and in violation of his constitutional duty to take care that the laws be faithfully executed Donald J trump as abused the powers hours of the presidency in that using the powers of his high office. President Trump solicited the interference of a foreign government Ukraine in the twenty twenty United States dates presidential election. He did so through a scheme or course of conduct that included soliciting the government of Ukraine to publicly announce investigations that would benefit benefit. His reelection. Harm the election prospects of a political opponent and influence the twenty twenty United States presidential election to his advantage. President trump also sought to pressure the government of Ukraine to take these steps by conditioning official United States government acts of significant value to Ukraine on its public announcement of the investigations. President trump engaged in the scheme or course of conduct for corrupt purposes in pursuit of personal political benefit and doing so president trump used the powers of the presidency in a manner that compromised the national security of the United States and undermined the integrity of the United States democratic process us he thus ignored an injured the interests of the nation president trump engaged in the scheme or course of conduct through the following means One President trump acting both directly through his agents within and outside the US government corruptly solicited the government of Ukraine to publicly the announce investigations into a political opponent former vice president. Joseph R Biden Junior. And be a discredited theory. Promoted by Russia alleging that Ukraine rather than Russia interfered in the twenty sixteen United States presidential election to with the same corrupt motives motives president trump acting both directly and through his agents within and outside the United States government condition to official acts on the public announcements that he had requested a the release of three hundred ninety one million of United States taxpayer funds. That Congress had appropriated on a bipartisan basis for for the purpose of providing vital military and security assistance to Ukraine to oppose Russian aggression and which president trump at ordered suspended and be a head of state meeting at the White House which the president of Ukraine sought to demonstrate continued United States support or the government of Ukraine in the face of Russian aggression three faced with the public revelation of his actions. President trump ultimately released the military and security assistance to the government of Ukraine but has persisted and openly and corruptly urging and soliciting Ukraine to undertake investigations for his personal political benefit. These actions were consistent insistent with President. Trump's previous invitations of foreign interference in United States elections in all of this president trump abused the powers of the presidency presidency by ignoring an injuring national security and other vital national interests to obtain an improper personal political benefit is also betrayed the nations by abusing his high office to enlist a foreign power in corrupting democratic elections. wherefore president trump by such conduct has has demonstrated that he will remain a threat to national security and the Constitution if allowed to remain in office and has acted in a manner grossly incompatible with self governance finance and the rule of law president trump thus warrants impeachment and trial removal from office and disqualification to hold and enjoy any office of honor trust or profit under the United States article to obstruction of Congress? The Constitution Russian provides that the House of Representatives quote shall have the sole power of impeachment unquote and that the president quote shall be removed from office on impeachment not for and conviction of treason. Bribery or other high crimes and misdemeanors unquote in his conduct of the office of the president of the United States and and in violation of his constitutional oath faithfully execute the office of the president of the United States and to the best of his ability preserve protect and defend the constitution constitution of the United States and in violation of his constitutional duty to take care that the laws be faithfully executed. Donald J trump has directed the unprecedented categorical an indiscriminate defiance of subpoenas issued by the House of Representatives pursuant to its quote sole power of impeachment unquote president. President trump has abused the powers of the presidency in a manner offensive to and subversive of the constitution in that House of Representatives has engaged in an impeachment inquiry focused on President Trump's corrupt solicitation of the government of Ukraine to interfere in the twenty twenty United States presidential election as part of this impeachment inquiry. The committee's undertaking the investigation served subpoenas seeking documents and testimony deemed vital to the inquiry from various executive eight of branch agencies and offices and current and former officials in response without lawful cause or excuse. President trump directed executive branch agencies offices and officials not to comply. With those subpoenas president trump thus interposed. The powers of the presidency against the lawful subpoenas appeanas of the House of Representatives and assumed to himself functions and judgments necessary to exercise the quote sole power of Impeachment Unquote vested hosted by the Constitution in the House of Representatives. President trump abused the powers of his high office through the following means one and directing the White House to defy lawful subpoena by withholding the production of documents sought therein by the Committees to directing other executive executive branch agencies and offices to defy lawful subpoenas and withhold the production of documents and records from the committees in response to which the Department of State Office of Management and Budget Department of Energy and Department of Defense refuse to produce a single document or record three. Ah Direct and current and former executive branch officials not to cooperate with the committees in response to which nine administration officials defied subpoenas for for testimony namely John. Michael Mick Mulvaney Robert de Blair. John a Eisenberg. Michael Ellis Preston Wills Griffith Russell t vote Michael Duffy Brian. McCormack and T- alrich breakfast. Will these actions were consistent distant with President. Trump's previous efforts to undermine United States government investigations into foreign interference in United States elections through these these actions president trump sought to arrogate to himself the right to determine the propriety scope and nature of an impeachment inquiry into his own conduct as as well as the unilateral prerogative to deny any and all information to the House of Representatives in the exercise of its quote sole power of impeachment unquote in the history of the republic. No president has ever ordered the complete defiance of an impeachment inquiry or sought to obstruct and impede so comprehensively apprehensively the ability of the House of Representatives to investigate quote high crimes and misdemeanors unquote. This abuse of office served to cover corrupt. The president's own repeated misconduct and to seize and control the power of impeachment and thus to nullify a vital constitutional safeguard vested solely early in the House of Representatives. In all of this president trump has acted in a manner contrary to his trust as president and subversive of constitutional constitutional government to the great prejudice of the cause of law and justice entered the manifest injury of the people of the United States. wherefore for president trump by such conduct has demonstrated that he will remain a threat to the constitution if allowed to remain in office and has acted in a manner grossly incompatible with self governance and the rule of law president trump thus warrants impeachment and trial removal from office and Disqualification Gatien to hold and enjoy any office of honor trust or profit under the United States and that concludes a reading of House House resolution? Seven hundred fifty five from the first session of the one hundred sixteenth. Congress government unfiltered operates on the value for value model. I creating a show and making it available and from there you can decide what it's worth you can help support the show by going to government unfiltered dot com or by going to insider CIDER FRIENDS DOT COM. which will take you to my patriot? Page do people. I want to thank for coming in on patriotic since the last episode. Our Chad barrel came in at five dollars. Thank you Chad and thank you. Rosalyn G picket also came in at five dollars in the coming weeks. I expect to be putting it some time over the holidays on the trump Ukraine impeachment richman inquiry report finishing up the executive summary and moving onto the executive summary of the Department of Justice. Inspector General's report also released the week of December sixteen. Sixteen Twenty nineteen was the six hundred fifty eight page report from the House. Judiciary Committee the document that outlines the process that led the committee to approve the articles of impeachment. I just read. I'll have to look into that. 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"donald john" Discussed on The 45th

The 45th

10:09 min | 10 months ago

"donald john" Discussed on The 45th

"I saw some of the presser At the State Department and Lovro was standing there right next to Pompeo saying from the steps of our State Department in a hard this capitalist country that well it's clear from the evidence that Russia had nothing to do with the interference elections in two thousand sixteen unbelievable I. It's very believable because Russia but what was shocking to me is that although he okay. I'll say it's pushback. POMPEO did like after those comments came out. It was so weak six. Suzy was but the part another question that was asked was like so. What about the interference thing and Lavrov said see? That's proof that Russia didn't do you WANNA interference in the two thousand. Sixteen election didn't touch that he didn't push back at all. There was like he he just let that roll and that like I mean I think it's guarantee he that Russia's going to bring up it's nonsense. They didn't do anything that's who they are but for pump. Heo Not even pushback on that. It's I mean it's clearly political and it's a sign of where we're headed. What kind of interference are 'cause? We've heard this talking point a lot now in the last few weeks. What kind of interference are they alleging? Ready made me Crane Clinton so well here's part of the problem too is that the Republicans cannot acknowledge what's really going on When trump had a phone call was once again the twenty fifth of July by what he requested was an investigation into a conspiracy theory designed to exonerate Russia? He says it's the whole crowd strikes everything it's is. It probably came from Putin himself. Because I've never seen another source for the DNC server Which is a cloud server so like whatever Was Somehow is now in Ukraine and they have proof proof that was and not Russia that half the DNC males and release them So that is what trump even says like. Oh these muller testified. Yesterday that sad man like that's done with but we need to know what started. The thing was started the Russia investigation. So the the thing that Giuliani to has been in Ukraine trying to pro investigation to is this in Russia Nothing Defense Republicans won't touch that. They do not acknowledge they avoid ever mentioning the fact that is what's going on here instead. They had this crazy Roese like sat argument that the interference was because in twenty sixteen they were few Ukrainian officials that occasionally said like mild by relatively mild criticism of trump. And also the idea that when metaphor the whole black books smuggling forgery and he's innocent they don't don't actually say Manafort's innocent. They do say that. The release of that information was somehow political But the actual Republican talking point is not that that Manafort is being framed. They seem to agree. He's guilty but the political post didn't have crews give an interview couple of days ago where he did say directly that he said the GOP is not touching getting it but didn't Crews say that a couple of days ago. He's like not as refrain but did what the interfere in the election. I just Ukraine. He said those Russia but also Ukraine the crap. I mean. He's had recruited something. I guess that's what he was talking about this. The whatever the offense that were written or whatever it was the decreasing officials shed about trump. Mind these comments for Ukraine officials. Those were directly in response to trump seeming to. You know go along with the idea that Russia now owns Crimea. Crimea is Russia. And it's fine like that's A. That's it's a threat to Ukraine's existence so there of course there was comments about alarm concern over it but relatively they were not the kind of compensate like a lot of the world was giving it the time it. They're definitely nothing in near as bad as what house. Republicans are saying back in two thousand nine hundred sixteen so there. There's no like the idea that it's interference for someone to write an op Ed. That says like we're concerned. Donald trump is taking a line. That's different from the usual. Gop Line you know that's nonsense. What was Lavrov meeting with? Doing what was on the agenda was at This treaty we. We thought it was just the start treaty. But then we had. What's his face a frigging the guys come and go so fast and like the guy wasn't Rela what he's the guy he was? He said that it was also discussed election or fearance alarming. I would like to know more about that because yeah I mean Putin was listening on it. Two whole time They have recording the conversation. We started off the top of the show talking about the fact that there were two to press conferences morning. One introduced articles of impeachment with a second one house. Dumber like a hot on the heels of the articles impeachment. We would like to announce this wonderful bipartisan agreement that we have reached a new trade deal with with Mexico. You know this is something that trump has been flouting for a while now and the dumps have agreed to whatever new terms which is all great and fine. Is that not weird is it just me. I think is weird timing to put those like right back to back. Couldn't that have waited. Couldn't they have used that as leverage like what's we'll never never play this when you say what's going to happen after this what's GonNa Happen to me is like the. Gop knows how far it can go and the dumpster will never play that out dirty. Which I guess is a good thing but I I'm implying that dirty? It's not GonNa fix it. I mean they could play Better Paula. I don't know I have no. I assume that there is very calculate calculate strategic thinking going into this. I really friendly people and no. I don't think it's so much I think it is I I think primarily. It's like one. They just wanted to get it done. So but this is the deal that never would have come through the when will Republicans the House and Senate obviously obviously but like it's democratic bill like the Republicans would never have agreed to do this if it wasn't for trump because trump wants it it's very protectionist. It's very pro union The Democrats Democrats got a lot of the stuff they wanted in there. It's not free Margaret friendly so they have genuine reasons for liking stuff in there like the actually do want one and trump doesn't give a shit. It's less free trade so he likes it and gets tout his whatever new NAFTA And the stock market uncertainty caused by all his long delays with this going to resolve itself. So it'll be a small boat from that. So that's I mean. The logic is Democrats actually won like literally just want it so it works out out there doing it now. I guess it's weird all around. I don't even know so. I mean basically what they're saying is we don't care if it gives trump trump win it furthers our agenda but that's let's and I think that's great. I think that's the way it should be. But that's totally not how Republicans publicly. Just don't Do that it'd be like anyway anyway. So that happened. I guess that's but you know at least or maybe they could use that as a to push back on a talking point. That trump uses that. The DEM's don't do anything that does gridlock in Congress it'll pass anything that will I don't know anyway. They could hold it up. I don't think that's really. I think it's more just stayed literally. Want it and WanNa get it over with and you couldn't we couldn't into the presser on it like later earlier either two days anyway it was just weird to me. Maybe they're like we got to squish it. All under for the holidays are really wants to get out of town In more news related to all of this stuff the idea reports that I'm Lisa page sued the FBI DOJ OJ today for violations of Privacy Act for leaking her personal information to the media Back when it got had records of all the her text messages and phone calls between her. And Peter awestruck yeah it's almost it's not explicitly stated actually in the complaint from Lisa Page but the very clear location which seems backed up is that she was basically thrown to the wolves Sheehan struck return to the wolves by Rod Rosenstein to help himself out because he had to testify in twelve hours. We know that the the text messages were leaked by that. This is not like a leak by someone was authorized disclosure that the highest levels of the OJ agreed to do so they were given to Fiji spokesperson. Whatever she she brought the reporters onto a few like friendly outlets gave them a chance to look at the text and then take copies and then they went on articles in created like a hell storm that Ah gave Rosenstein cover the next thing so basically it was delivered choice radio leadership and Rosenstein to violate their rights to help themselves politically? Okay I guess my question is kind of what's appointed lawsuit I mean it's abandonment practice like. Why not she's tired of being punched around and she gave an interview view saying that she was no longer can be quiet and horizon? Where violated from anything? We've seen. So why do you think is coming now. I guess I'm just a little I think she's been quiet and hope to go away and it did not go away. Trump is not nonstop tweeting about her that she still constantly brought up so like actually being quiet. Not GonNa fix this so it's not gonNA sound like filing lawsuits to make sure your names in the news against already is so. Why not be proactive? And the cat yourself. I guess I mean the vindication. She's seeking it's not the vindication she could get through this lawsuit. I guess is the thing when you don't so whether she's given was awarded damages and it's found her favorite all that but that's she's not she's still going to continue to be attacked. I guess we'll uh-huh yes but it's yeah and reputation and trump seldom use it as a talking point she can get discovery was done. and Oh that'd be something. Okay all right anything else that we WANNA talk about. That little just happened in the last twenty four hours. There must have been something that happened over the weekend but I totally checked out this past weekend so if it happened I don't know okay so so yeah now we now. We wait for the vote on Thursday. I mean I think it'll pass. It's there's there are certain Dem's that are a little bit reluctant and worried so it's not a guarantee by any means. I think it's likely it will. Would you like to read the just now released a White House readout from the meeting with trump. Let's let's hear all right. We'll end with this today. President President Donald J trump met with Foreign Minister Lavrov of Russia Secretary. POMPEII on Foreign Minister Lavrov briefed President trump on their discussions regarding the state of the bilateral relationship we can the the..

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"donald john" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"donald john" Discussed on KGO 810

"But this president, Donald John Trump. He believes that he is about the law. He believes that he doesn't have to abide by the law. He believes that if he doesn't like Eloy has it doesn't have to abide by it. Remember, I told you to pay attention to what he said about the FBI director, who the FBI director is wrong lie. Like he knows more about this law. Then Christopher Ray the director of the FBI when he has said that if you are contacted by a foreign government who offers you information on your opponent in a campaign. Your obligation is to contact the F B I. But you know what? Maybe Trump was right in one regard, because one of the things that he said to George Stephanopoulos was everybody. Does this you go talk to the people in congress? Everybody does this. Well, I'm wondering not so much why Donald Trump does things because I think it's inexplicable and frightening. But why members of the GOP continue to empower him to enable him not to call him out, and the members of the Republican party are loathed to call him out on this? They're trying to make excuses for him. Maybe there are congress people in the GOP who don't want to call him out, because they have done what he says. I have done that they have received this kind of assistance from foreign governments and called it up research. Maybe that's it. Maybe if, if they're not going to condemn what condemn what Trump said, one might wonder if perhaps they in their campaign should be looked at just a little bit more closely and ask for the president. What if what if there are already foreign governments colluding with him and his campaign. What if this is going on? We've been told by intelligence agencies. We've been told by the FBI itself that we know that their effort to interfere with our campaign have not stopped that they're becoming more sophisticated better at doing what they did before what they did before was affected what they're going to do. In the twenty twenty election is promising to be even more effective. And this president has not committed to has not worked terribly hard to in called on others to work terribly hard. To stop that interference from happening. And what he said yesterday was opening a door to even greater interference. Eight ten is the telephone number eighty eighty eight ten let's go to the phone. Thomas calling from conquer Tom. Hi, welcome to K. G O. All right. Yeah. You can tell on a retired mix agent picking up jerk who is known anti-trump person and going to the Russians and getting information who obviously wanted to interfere with our election. Again. Again, you're twisting, this Christopher Steele, was a former intelligence operative with the British intelligence, he had okay? He's former. So he is a private citizen. Drive. It citizen working for an American company, who had been hired by ten Washington beacon in order to get up a research on Trump because they supported Marco Rubio what they did was perfectly legal. There was no government that was. Was playing. You just you just keep interrupting me. I'm trying to explain you because obviously you don't get it. And you don't get it. Because you don't want to you're trying to compare these things. It's right. Like when did you stop beating your wife? Listen, I'm trying to explain to you that what he did was completely legal. And he took this information where to the FBI that's what. That if you say, spied on by the FBI, that's hilarious. He wasn't being spied on by the FBI. He wasn't being. How do you think what was the spying that you think is taking place?.

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"donald john" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"donald john" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Nominee of president, Donald John. This is a president has shown us consistently contemptuous of the rule of law. He has said and done things as president which we've never seen before in our history. He has dismissed the head of the Federal Bureau of investigation when he wouldn't bend to his will he harasses and threatens his own attorney general on almost a daily basis in the exercise of his office. And I didn't vote for Jeff Sessions. But I have to tell you there should be some respect at least for the office that he serves him instead president who's decided you or his man, you're the person he wants on the supreme court or his personal choice for people nervous about this. Are they concerned about it? Of course, they are. And judge Cavanaugh with your nomination. The president made it very clear as following through on his promises. I feel he is it seems that you may you may have intrigued him for another reason. Democrats using day one of bread Kavanagh's confirmation hearings. Not only voice their concerns over his views on presidential power and executive privilege, but they tried to delay Kavanagh's hearing. But until they have time to review the forty two thousand pages from Kavanagh's record that were released Monday evening. Chuck Grassley, the chairman shut down the Democrats request for that delay vowing. Kavanagh's hearings will be finished this week. You had protesters opposed to Cavanaugh repeatedly interrupted hearing somewhere escorted out. Let's bring in our regular guest. Phil Kerpen joins us from time to time here on America's First News. He is the president of American commitment. You can find out more at American commitment dot org. Phil thank you for joining us. We appreciate it. Oh, my pleasure, Matt. So Democrats had tried to delay. The hearing yesterday Grassley shut that down said it will be done by the end of the week. And. It looks like he'll get the votes needed. Yeah..

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"donald john" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

03:35 min | 2 years ago

"donald john" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Of Justice and drew Sitting atlas scofflaws doing the show We'll talk about this in the in the eight o'clock hour even, though this has been addressed before but sitting at sitting at my desk yesterday and they get the little notification prompt on the corner of my of my computer monitor was the CNN one caught my eye Because there's a CNN alert and I saw the name Jason Lewis attached to it But And so CNN ran a story yesterday of some comments that apparently CNN didn't like from his radio show from his radio show of days of. Your, yeah that have been vetted. Before I don't know why they're bringing it up, now apart from may be getting more attention to it because it didn't get a lot of. Attention Bring him now because we're back into getting close to an election just got. A, democrat he's gotta DFL opponent. This was on the front page of the Star, Tribune couldn't believe it you talk about you know the fake news this is the same story That they. Ran over and over and over last election cycle there's nothing new here why is it. On the front page. Of the. Star. Tribune because they want to help elected unbelievable. Yeah it's just so blatant there's nothing new here whatsoever again we'll. We'll we'll get we'll, get to a little. Bit of that coming up right around eight o'clock this morning j. w.. Good morning good, morning gentleman, I wanted to. Chime in about Donald Trump Donald John Trump and you guys know, Obama the greatest president. Of my lifetime Donald John Trump is the most president of my lifetime I really appreciate that you. Know, the one thing that. I address yet I have. Been, tuned in, to show. But Donald Trump every time you know people associated with Trump when it trying to accomplish. Something if. There's allegations. Against a. Person. Who's working well he always believe that person I didn't do. It then Donald Trump on this you say that, he believes that the cost But all this bags get his t's crossed Oh he made the right decision in. All of us the he, adopts the hammer so I just don't understand especially wing media than media that I, like every, time they, talk about, Donald Trump negative words negative stories, you, know as, a sub point and say hey come on Me some, of the city here because they play Fox News for the same thing now they're, doing the, same thing, that Fox, News I just don't I just, don't, get out There's very little there's very little. Objective media out there and that's. The problem you know if you watch any cable news and FOX and MSNBC and CNN they they they. All they all fall into this category they don't. Really do news. Anymore they do political gossip You know I had a conversation amend my, boys, we talk about politics all the time and. The question that keep coming up. I ask them okay Says Donald. J Trump, became president. What right have you lost what Texas. Have been, could and they can't think of any. Right that human rights that they lost of course not paycheck they got a, little bit more. Money So they're. Trending on lacking Donald Trump yeah yeah And. You're seeing that you're. Seeing that across the board.

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"donald john" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"donald john" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Katie to Pittsburgh radio dot com station All right some of those consequences are, starting to, roll in Paul Ryan, house speaker quote, no question end quote Russia interfered, meddle in the elections It's going be quite. Quite interesting how this plays out remind me to talk about both sides of my brain in the last hour and also I remember when we wouldn't criticize the president any president when. He was out of the country now we have a president criticizes ours when he is May maybe that's maybe that's strain of. Swamps or something all right, look. I got this guy being on hold forever Joe I gotta make, a quick but I do want to get to. You got about forty seconds man let me making sure For eight years now one name has been synonymous with the word. Appeasement one, stakes, has been some honest with the word appeasement. That. Is British Prime minister Neville, Chamberlain will move over now here's another. Example appeasement is Donald John, Trump. It's hard to say Yeah yeah wow Eight. Years And I'll just leave it. At that I have something I could say in response, to it but that. Spoke volumes we'll be right back after, the news Shaven, Luhan law, firms studios has. The voice of Pittsburgh from Katie a radio.

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"donald john" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"donald john" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"Can't believe i forgot about it but i do actually have some audio from that as well it's it's i don't know if it's ready tape the waves but there's i completely free i had been drinking you know this the commission's that only i get into this is one of those situations that only igf involving some ladies at their daughters who thought that i was trying to hit on their mouths to say the buffet was open on the boat ride i don't know anything about the story but i'm assuming you're probably trying to hit on their mom well th her daughters felt that way yeah they were very protective i was protecting our a protecting rap music as an art form it's a true story he holds black when in the doubting linked another bill i love played ambiance for soothing your name travelling having thank you tap coming up on the job aw john i donald john trump judge hardiman and college i have i have to his breathing incoming white house lawyers from now topped on once you go for 70s job you deserve to lose your job i believe like once you once you go after like someone you tell someone i'm going to get your job if someone publicly gets you doing that they should go after your job so who lost their jobs the who at the crank baby doe the the lady who is attacking the uh the flight attendant oh okay year yet because she was making such a big deal about as to complain about a crankier than she said i'll go after your job and you just can't do that leg let let someone else earn a living unless they're doing some that on seventy seven five seven nine one or two minutes just a bad look at me when you when you employ somebody like that and you.

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"donald john" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

WDTK The Patriot

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"donald john" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

"To watch the democrat party circled the drain and they're they're up they're planning off on the drain in in the wake now which is a tough thing to do and they're doing it this is going to be not fun to watch but it's like one of those are it's about time things to watch here's mike in southfield on the patriots ameye go ahead hello how are you come well mike great listen uh i i'm sure that i like i know what is causing too uh trump they think he should talk act and speak in think like a a politician he's not a politician he will never be a politician and he's a businessman he's an executive he's the first executive who had an executive office for almost one hundred years or more they don't understand it they have no clue so when he talks like a businessman think he's not you know this is the third time i've add that conversation or this conversation today counting you a people who simply do not understand donald john trump they they don't get him they and they refused to try the guy is in fact a business genius and he continues to show them up his bat them into a corner now completely he has come out of actually said compromise on immigration you're going to do it now or you're going to get nothing after the election he's actually got the you know what to say that and he why hello go ahead he wants to exactly two things from from america exactly two things first of all he wants to america to turn a profit in second ball he want government to do its job all we want.

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"donald john" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"donald john" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Donald never ceases to amaze me ninetythree wibc rob kendall infertility cats good morning thank you for joining us researcher gerald on the board bottles show of two thousand an seven seen the got import donald john trump he'd never never ceases to amaze me and i say this as gold a good thing and the badly for some reason yeah kurt you're you're young man but you bob you've been in the dating sphere for awhile now i know jeber have a girl like you just couldn't quit you knew she was bad for ya inter she was going to get in trouble you being oh well known was going to leeds are inevitable devise but you are just a dick tour you ever have one of those yeah it's kinda like it's kind of like when you chain smoker chainsmoking great dating insurance rogava the same thing stop i mention this because that is donald trump's relationship with the new york times and i say this as someone who served in elected office you have certain media outlets that you know they hey you they hate you they have nothing good to say about you anything they do is going to be used against you you should just stay away from them run run as far as you can if she calls you don't pick up the phone block the number get out if you don't have the selfcontrol and do it yourself have a friend take your phone and do it for you that is trump in the new york times they are how to destroy him yet for some reason he gave an on the record interview with the new york times without staffers president what.

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"donald john" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"donald john" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Ku klux klansman who rallied in charlottesville virginia as very fine people on august seven 2017 hate groups return to charlottesville virginia after statue of roberty lee the confederate general chatting you will not replace us since this event on october seven the president has made many widely published statements about many things including the national football league but has not made one widely published statement condemning the hate groups for returning to the place where an innocent person lost her life at the hands of hate on november twenty nine 2017 donald john trump share three videos posted by a leader of a british political party considered by many to be an extremist group the videos purported to show various violent acts committed by muslims and were entitled muslims muslim migrants muslim margaret beats up dutch bore and on crutches let me restate that muslim margaret beats up dutch boy on crutches muslim destroys a statue of virgin mary and islamists mob pushes teenage boy off roof and beat them to death the clearly improvable intent of the post was to this demonstrate the alleged propensity of muslim emigrants to engage in violent acts even if the videos show what they purport to show and sharing these videos with his forty three million eight hundred thousand followers on twitter donald john trump's dissemination of such material evinces and invidious intent to create division within americans inside congressman al green in all of this the aforementioned donald john trump by his statements unmindful of the high duties of his high office and the dignity and propriety they're rove and of the harmony respect and courtesy is necessary for us and stability within.

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"donald john" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:46 min | 3 years ago

"donald john" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"In the name of itself and of the people of the united states against donald john trump president of the united states and maintenance and support of its impeachment against him for high misdemeanors committed as president constituting harm to american society to the manifest injury of the people of the united states article one in his capacity as president of the united states unmindful of the high duties of his high office and the dignity and propriety thereof and of the harmony and courtesies necessary for stability within the society of the united states donald john trump has with his statements done more than incite individuals and groups of americans more than insult individuals and groups of america's he has harmed the society of the united states brought shame and this honour to the office of president of the united states sowing discord among the people of the united states congress from now greene he joins us this morning on the washington journal in his impeachment resolution was tabled in the house today meanwhile billionaire democratic activists tom's tire he is the individual behind those ads calling on the president's impeachment spoke at the national press club no great power is invulnerable to a horrible fall while our freedoms and liberties may be divine by a higher power they must always be protected from it authoritarians by the people it's time to recognize the need for citizens to act whether our leaders in washington want to or not our country needs every american who understands this danger this danger to take a courageous moral stand that's why we are calling on the american people to join the more than three million demanding trump's impeachment to confront the liars and the deniers and to raise their voice with hours to remind members of content of congress their job is to represent us to protect our interests that means they have to do what's right and join us in pushing for an end.

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"donald john" Discussed on KPNW 1120AM Newsradio

KPNW 1120AM Newsradio

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"donald john" Discussed on KPNW 1120AM Newsradio

"News contributor warns threat could inspire people to assassinate republican already seen the hashtag hut republicans and all the rest of the garbage and the the shootings of republicans and all the calls for violence we have november force coming up over they're going to literally have protests were they how and scream at the sky that's what antifis organizing but moaning the fact that the stock market's comeback of the jobs are coming back in there competences coming back to he'll be joining us the reason i wanted to mention omar navarro is he's not getting supported by the gop establishment despite the fact that many polls show him beating the other candidates have thrown their hat in the ring and why is that important because the shame republican establish the told us that donald john trump could never be the 45th president of the united states had the same establishment the told us we never have a three percent growth rate again he's a postindustrial america china could have ten twelve fifteen point growth every year but we could never have three again we'd have three point one though shame grij told us that there was no way that judge more would win in alabama tell us there was no way out in montana and wyoming and other special elections that antiestablishment candidates would beat democrats at runoffs or beat republicans the primaries but in shelvin different special elections the antiestablishment candidate it has one in every single cash but mitch mcconnell is making allows bob was getting a cup of coffee right where we want live and there he was on fox news chang people like pain and lost us the.

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