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"ty cobb" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:40 min | 2 months ago

"ty cobb" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"It's Andy West. Let's look back on this day in sports history. September 11th. We'll start off today in 1985 Pete Rose of the Cincinnati Reds becomes the all time hit leader with his 4192nd hit. Raking Ty Cobb's record. Coincidentally, it's also the 57th anniversary of Ty Cobb's last game in the majors today in 1990 for Andre Agassi wins the US Open with a three set victory over Michael Stitch and becomes the first unseeded player to beat five seeded players in a Grand Slam. And the first unseeded champion since Fred Stolle in 1966. And today in 2011, Carolina Panthers Cam Newton becomes the first rookie to throw for more than 400 yards in his NFL opening game in a 28 21 lost to Arizona. Newton was that year's number one draft pick, and he was playing on the same field where he led Auburn to the BCS championship In January. He went 24 for 37 for 422 yards and two touchdowns and one interception. Elsa rushed for a touchdown. Well, it's now 2020 and Cam will be under center this weekend for the New England Patriots. Who would have thought now you know today in sports history on my heart radio. So the does make me wonder. Hi. Don't.

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When it comes to unanimous Hall picks, Jeter could be No. 2

Ron St. Pierre

00:41 sec | 11 months ago

When it comes to unanimous Hall picks, Jeter could be No. 2

"O'clock when it comes to unanimous picks for baseball hall of fame Derek Jeter quite appropriately has the chance to be number two believe it or not there's only been one unanimous pick and we talk and you don't not Babe Ruth not Ty Cobb was Yankees closer Mariano Rivera he became the very first player to appear in every ballot when they swept four hundred twenty five votes in last year's election Ken Griffey junior was three votes short of perfection two thousand thirteen breaking the mark of five shy that had been set back in nineteen ninety two by Tom Seaver so we'll find out if Derek Jeter gets in unanimously because baseball's hall of fame class will be announced at about three o'clock this

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Enter Rivera: Yankee closer awaits his place in Hall of Fame

Joe Giglio

02:11 min | 1 year ago

Enter Rivera: Yankee closer awaits his place in Hall of Fame

"I know you're on a hall of fame tracking to upstate New York for this upcoming weekend what's the hall of fame story line that you're looking to follow and then be able to write about after being in Cooperstown this week yeah there's you know big class of course six people going in I think it's that the overriding story line I think you have to say is gonna be Mariano Rivera because a he's a Yankee and the Yankees icing the cake most of the air out of the room wherever they are anyway the fact that he had all those great moments in the last Yankees dynasty the fact that Rivera is going in as the first unanimous hall of Famer ever which is still amazing to me I'm kind of sorry by the way he is he got unanimous vote because yeah I always get a kick out of it all like Ty Cobb Babe Ruth nobody was there I don't know who the voters would be that would look at that Babe Ruth Ty Cobb and say no yeah not good enough I'm not gonna vote for that guy but they did it and and it's marcato finally unanimous so y'all you'll of course be the big story line you'll have some you know a lot of emotional Todd with the White House a day going in posthumously and and I I believe his wife is gonna talk and and and yeah I'm sure that'll be really a touching and the tragic moment that he's not there yeah you have the controversy we heard that last December the batters committee put at least now and Harold Baines and and course a lot of people had their say that they don't think either one of those guys are hall of Famers and you know but they'll be there as well which means it'll be a big moment for the Chicago teams because listener long coat time with the cubs and Harold Baines with the white Sox so you know it's kind of a little bit of something for everybody in this year's class I think sounds like your last story lines cues problems got it will be re new over the weekend have a good time up in Cooperstown we appreciate out but on board with

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"ty cobb" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"ty cobb" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Two hundred and twenty four home runs six hundred plus rubies eleven hundred plus hits an old ps of nearly a thousand with a war higher than barry bonds willie mays ty cobb and hank aaron through their first seven years is depends is a good question but it depends on where you stand on this not because we always great yeah interrupt if trout retired today he would be a hall of famer man this is a hard one if this was any other sport i'd i'd say inbound but it's baseball and the accumulation of statistics in baseball demand me say this is out of bound he's gotta get some requisite numbers right three hundred home runs and hit because at least two thousand hits even if he's dominant wins another mvp he's gotta get some of those requisite number this is all about not disrespecting him for the great player that he is because he's unbelievable he's either winning in the mvp or is in the top two or three every year every year he could legitimately win at every year any might win at this was four though oh every other year one or two a lot of time i mean look at your the benchmark numbers of what you're saying only only because of the come to appreciate baseball respect that before i did this show of you what does how it does it all right okay you know i love baseball reference dot com like most real ardenne baseball fans and i loved one thing aside from the actual stats have a similarity score which is toward the bottom of the page right above where the contracts are and a similarity score basically is a nice comparison through the same age of the player tune in next time for another addition of inbounds or out of bounds with tiki and tierney.

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Prime Minister, English Premier League and Us Attorney discussed on

01:57 min | 2 years ago

Prime Minister, English Premier League and Us Attorney discussed on

"Bbc news with julie candler the british political consultancy firm cambridge analysts in medicare which has been embroiled in controversy over the handling of facebook uses data is closing with immediate effect cambridge analytic blamed media coverage and said it was starting bankruptcy proceedings britain's data regulator said criminal investigations into the firm's directors would continue one of donald trump's leading lawyers is standing down ty cobb has been the president main legal representative in dealing with robert mueller's investigation into alleged collusion between the trump election campaign and russia antigovernment protests in armenia have been suspended after the governing party indicated it would be willing to back the opposition leader nicole patchy known as the next prime minister during a vote in parliament next week tens of thousands of his supporters have been out on the streets of the capital the islamic state group said it carried out an attack in the libyan capital tripoli which left twelve people dead militants opened fire on staff in the headquarters of the electoral commission in one of the worst attacks in libya for several years the pentagon says a guantanamo bay detainee has been transferred to saudi arabia it's the first movement out of the facility since president trump took office the united states is sending government lawyers and immigration judges to its border with mexico to deal with what's become known as a migrant caravan the us attorney general jeff sessions said the trump administration would not allow the country to be overwhelmed by illegal immigrants in footfall liverpool have reached the final of the champions league following victory over roma in the italian capital the english premier league side lost four two in the second leg of their semifinal but progressed by seven goals to six on aggregate though matriarch.

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"ty cobb" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"ty cobb" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"To hire veteran washington lawyer emmett flood who represented bill clinton during his impeachment to replace tie cobb according to the new new york times joining me larry lieber bloomberg news national security editor larry yet another shakeup in the trump legal team does the fact that it's the attorney who handled the impeachment for bill clinton signal anything well the white house isn't confirming the appointment yet but there's been a lot of talk about it as you said the times is reporting it i think it does signal first of all they'd get someone who is clearly an expert on the constitutional prerogatives of president and that would suggest someone who could help him limit or resist the interview with robert muller muller is seeking or to fight the potential subpoenaed appear before a grand jury he represented bill clinton matter he represented president george w bush in congressional inquires including an investigation of firing of seven us attorney so he would be a that sort of player ty cobb who left or is departing they're saying it's a sort of a normal retirement time for him but ty cobb was among those who had urged cooperation with the mueller investigation so we might be seeing a switch the president's tweets and otherwise suggesting that he's digging in and his legal advisors may be prepared to dig in let's listen to tie cobb as he talked about that possible interview with the president is certainly not off the table and people are working hard to make decisions and toward an interview that was from abc's powerhouse powerhouse podcast larry we talked you talked about emmett flood and during kenneth starr's investigation of president bill clinton prosecutors subpoenaed the president for a grand jury testimony and clinton's lawyers i assume emmett flood being among them agreed to let clinton appeared before the grand jury without a subpoena so is he really going to fight that hard when he's been down that path before apparently perjure himself by in regard to is relations with monica lewinsky that went off in a totally different direction which in the end maybe a cautionary you know on on side questions on your candor on where questions like this may lead so i'm not sure what lessons exhibit flood took from that but he is someone who clearly knows the presidential prerogatives and the debate over how to assert them because he he also represented george w bush and george w bush also testified or talk to special counsel so it seems as if perhaps he knows the lay of the land very well so larry explain how what role he's going to have as far as rudy giuliani who just joined the team a couple of weeks ago one of the things dow again assuming that it's good that he's going to sue me he takes tai carb's role technically tie cobb wasn't an unlike giuliani and others wasn't the president's personal attorney he represented the white house and the institution and a lot of that duty involves a responding or sometimes refusing respond to requests for documents and other duties of the office of the president but it's still a key role and so we may see him as a real player we may not see him negotiating directly with robert muller that may be handled by the president's personal attorneys but it's clear about whoever comes into that position and it looks like it will be at flood we'll be playing a very key role in what's what's right it's still a team in some turmoil and still a very small team it does appear as we've discussed that here is an attorney who doesn't who does have constitutional analogy of the issues involved and he's worked for presidents of both parties so he may be defending the principle as he sees it of a president's power more than the individual he certainly wellqualified by any standard that you that you measure an attorney by let's talk about the ratcheting up of the conversation this week about robert muller muller's interview of president trump or proposed interview of president trump and the possibility of a subpoena have you noticed how all of a sudden we've come from negotiating an interview to issuing a subpoena because of various news reports right in the reports though also suggest there's a lot going on here a by the president's attorneys advice visors aides to shape not only the public but his view you know the new york times published a list of questions from from what we understand the personal didn't come from all our has been very close mouthed but secondly it wasn't literally a list produced by muller it was list produced by trump's attorneys summarizing the issues that muller had discussed with them and the fact that came out suggests that maybe they were trying to push the president to some resolution which he digs in doesn't sit down for what could be an interview that would backfire so there's a lot going on behind the scenes and we're left f fortunately or unfortunately we're left to speculate but i sometimes are speculation has been right on the money is certainly yours is thanks so much larry larry lieber bloomberg news national security editor coming up on

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ty cobb is out and emmet flood is in

02:40 min | 2 years ago

ty cobb is out and emmet flood is in

"To hire veteran washington lawyer emmett flood who represented bill clinton during his impeachment to replace tie cobb according to the new new york times joining me larry lieber bloomberg news national security editor larry yet another shakeup in the trump legal team does the fact that it's the attorney who handled the impeachment for bill clinton signal anything well the white house isn't confirming the appointment yet but there's been a lot of talk about it as you said the times is reporting it i think it does signal first of all they'd get someone who is clearly an expert on the constitutional prerogatives of president and that would suggest someone who could help him limit or resist the interview with robert muller muller is seeking or to fight the potential subpoenaed appear before a grand jury he represented bill clinton matter he represented president george w bush in congressional inquires including an investigation of firing of seven us attorney so he would be a that sort of player ty cobb who left or is departing they're saying it's a sort of a normal retirement time for him but ty cobb was among those who had urged cooperation with the mueller investigation so we might be seeing a switch the president's tweets and otherwise suggesting that he's digging in and his legal advisors may be prepared to dig in let's listen to tie cobb as he talked about that possible interview with the president is certainly not off the table and people are working hard to make decisions and toward an interview that was from abc's powerhouse powerhouse podcast larry we talked you talked about emmett flood and during kenneth starr's investigation of president bill clinton prosecutors subpoenaed the president for a grand jury testimony and clinton's lawyers i assume emmett flood being among them agreed to let clinton appeared before the grand jury without a subpoena so is he really going to fight that hard when he's been down that path before apparently perjure himself by in regard to is relations with monica lewinsky that went off in a totally different direction which in the end maybe a cautionary you know on on side questions on your candor on where questions like this may lead so i'm not sure what lessons exhibit flood took from that but he is someone who clearly knows the presidential prerogatives and the debate over how to assert them because he he also represented george w bush and george w bush also testified or talk to special counsel so it seems as if perhaps he knows the lay of the land very well so larry explain how what role he's going to have as far as rudy giuliani who just joined the team a couple of weeks ago one of the things dow again assuming that it's good that he's going to sue me he takes tai carb's role technically tie cobb wasn't an unlike giuliani and others wasn't the president's personal attorney he represented the white house and the institution and a lot of that duty involves a responding or sometimes refusing respond to requests for documents and other duties of the office of the president but it's still a key role and so we may see him as a real player we may not see him negotiating directly with robert muller that may be handled by the president's personal attorneys but it's clear about whoever comes into that position and it looks like it will be at flood we'll be playing a very key role in what's what's right it's still a team in some turmoil and still a very small team it does appear as we've discussed that here is an attorney who doesn't who does have constitutional analogy of the issues involved and he's worked for presidents of both parties so he may be defending the principle as he sees it of a president's power more than the individual he certainly wellqualified by any standard that you that you measure an attorney by let's talk about the ratcheting up of the conversation this week about robert muller muller's interview of president trump or proposed interview of president trump and the possibility of a subpoena have you noticed how all of a sudden we've come from negotiating an interview to issuing a subpoena because of various news reports right in the reports though also suggest there's a lot going on here a by the president's attorneys advice visors aides to shape not only the public but his view you know the new york times published a list of questions from from what we understand the personal didn't come from all our has been very close mouthed but secondly it wasn't literally a list produced by muller it was list produced by trump's attorneys summarizing the issues that muller had discussed with them and the fact that came out suggests that maybe they were trying to push the president to some resolution which he digs in doesn't sit down for what could be an interview that would backfire so there's a lot going on behind the scenes and we're left f fortunately or unfortunately we're left to speculate but i sometimes are speculation has been right on the money is certainly yours is thanks so much larry larry lieber bloomberg news national security editor coming up on

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"ty cobb" Discussed on The Young Turks

The Young Turks

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"ty cobb" Discussed on The Young Turks

"He'll do whatever's necessary he'll break whatever laws jobs at eight hundred dollars an hour yeah so i'm going to do something that i almost never do though i guess i'm gonna give trump and his team credit for two reasons actually so for one we've heard for months now if not longer that he was having an incredible amount of difficulty getting anyone to sign on to to be his lawyer and i think we know why he's impossible to manage i it's like the the guy who says every girl he dates his crazy maybe you're crazy actually at the end of the day if there's enough of them so not only did he find someone at all which is an accomplishment for donald trump but from everything that i've read he doesn't seem like a clown he actually seems qualified to defend donald trump in this particular area it might be a little bit too late i'm not saying that this is a solution to all of his problems but some of his representation in the past has been absolute goofballs michael cohen is only sort of technically a lawyer ty cobb one of his greatest achievements is amazing moustache so he'd surround himself with people who weren't really up to the task of defending him considering how serious the potential charges are but in this case i think that he actually has and so i guess credit to donald trump which i will never give to them again but how long will this guy less because when you win yet when you are a same competent person and you join the trump administration you tend to after like look john kelly what's kelly going through now where you're looking around like this guy's an idiot i can't be here anymore you know so so yeah this this is a good lawyer competent lawyer but once he gets in the room and like you said about the you know everyone's crazy and no you're crazy when he's sitting in a room talking to trump client that might be the first time he finds out like will you know so so yeah he's a good lawyer obviously he's been through this before but he hasn't had a client like this before that's true i mean we will certainly have to watch two other things i want i want to touch on this one has.

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"ty cobb" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"ty cobb" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"President even obstruct justice if it's within his power to do the very things that we're talking about which is i e pardon someone and so in this so that's that's what the the court here yesterday sarah huckabee sanders was asked about these very things in the press briefing here's how she handled it no one here has discussed pardons in this case i can say that tie cobb is the person that would be most directly involved in this i'm wondering if the president believes here's the power of his office the power to pardon to protect them from what you might see as unfair punishment down the road that rain look i would refer you back to ty cobb statement considered easy considering would he consider pardoning all metaphor flynn or repeat said an on record statement from the president's attorney here at the white house on these matters has said there's no discussion or consideration of this president direct john doubt michael flynn potential aware of any conversations of that nature and all i don't remember anything like this during operation fast and furious and the reason i'm bringing that up is because you actually had a a an american who died with guns that were run into mexico at the with the knowledge of the federal government they lose these weapons eric holder stonewalls for months trying not to let any information on at the justice department eventually there's demand that had actually get release and the president of the united states obrock obama uses executive privilege to block those documents from getting out to give an assist to his buddy eric holder i don't remember anything like this and again this is within the powers of the president of the united states so to what extent would that amount to actually obstruction because given the president's unique role in the justice system there is a unique arrangement here that he he has the ability to pardon people has the president ever considered pardon somebody what that means and whether it's illegal it's a whole another thing now we'll have the benefit of being rejoined can i say this i can say this i'm going to say it i'm gonna don't stop me look no stomach we're gonna have the benefit of being rejoined on monday by joe digenova joe jennifer will be here on monday to break down all these details he was.

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"ty cobb" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"ty cobb" Discussed on WSB-AM

"And i think that that both tillerson and cone are good examples of something brian and that is that president trump for more than a year had people in his cabinet who were publicly expressing some form of descent the descent was well known to the left wing media and i think the president does not get enough credit for tolerating that i mean this idea that he just wants yes men and women around him i mean i it's a false thing he put up with people who didn't agree with him for more than and here he is now saying i want people who really agree with me not not that they have to say yes to everything but that they fundamentally agree with my approach that's who i want and that's who he got with both i think larry cudlow although he disagrees with trump on tariffs he will be a happy warrior for economic prosperity and and with mike pompeo and finally i would just say with john bolton same thing mcmaster i think is a qualified man in many ways but he and trump clearly didn't see the world the same way bolton is more likely to see them but one thing the president did blow it and i think his his legal team he brings these two lawyers in and then it turns out well we don't see eye those chemistry and other say this conflicts sounds like it's about chemistry and my goodness imagine so much who you have their doubt is gone and who's left zach lowe and ty cobb please save me well look i think brian in this case it's not so much about who the lawyers are but what the president will agree to and i think this is fundamentally about what approach to take to robert muller and john dowd had said wanted to cooperate but do not sit for an interview i think those are the two main pillars of what dowd was no crazy to sit for an interview maybe the written questions would he'll have to do but real quick distort daniels saying that was a whole lot about nothing yeah.

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"ty cobb" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"ty cobb" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The listeners and members of k q e d public radio eighty eight point five fm in san francisco and eighty nine point three fm in sacramento morning edition a k q e d perspective and the california report all ahead next this is morning edition from npr news i'm david greene in culver city california and i'm no l king in washington dc president trump has some choice words for the investigation led by special counsel robert muller words like witch hunt and fake dossier and no collusion the president tweeted all of that this weekend he criticized muller's investigation into possible links between russia and the trump presidential campaign and then on saturday trump's personal attorney john dowd called for the investigation to be shut down entirely npr's tom keith is here with more she's our white house correspondent and she host the npr politics podcasts hi tam high so this seems like a much more aggressive posture from the president and his legal team than what we've been seeing especially from the president and you know up until this point he has not called out robert muller by name in in tweets or otherwise and now he is calling out muller by name affiliating his name with the all caps witchhunt exclamation point in tweets saying the probe should never have been started in that there was no collusion in there was no crime that's there's a president trump's words meanwhile his lawyer john dowd said he was speaking for himself but he said that the investigation should just be ended on the merits but then but then there's always the the white house lawyer ty cobb who is a he is the lawyer charged with dealing with a special counsel investigation from within the white house he put out a statement saying that once again yet again and he's put out the statement before the president is not considering or discussing the firing of the special counsel robert muller i mean there has been a tremendous amount of turnover at the white house in recent weeks and so this spark some speculation well maybe trump will try to get rid of molar.

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"ty cobb" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"ty cobb" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And i'm no l king in washington dc president trump has some choice words for the investigation led by special counsel robert muller words like witch hunt and fake dossier and no collusion the president tweeted all of that this weekend he criticized muller's investigation into possible links between russia and the trump presidential campaign and then on saturday trump's personal attorney john dowd called for the investigation to be shut down entirely npr's tamra keith is here with more she's our white house correspondent she npr politics podcasts hi tam high so this seems like a much more aggressive posture from the president and his legal team than what we've been seeing especially from the president you know up until this point he has not called out robert muller by name in in tweets or otherwise and now he is calling out mahler by name affiliating his name with the the all caps witchhunt exclamation point in tweets saying the probe should never have been started in that there was no collusion in there was no crime that's there's a president trump's words meanwhile his lawyer john dowd said he was speaking for himself but he said that the investigation you should just be ended on the merits but then but then there's always the the white house lawyer ty cobb who is a he is the lawyer charged with dealing with a special counsel investigation from within the white house he put out a statement saying that once again yet again and he's put out the statement before the president is not considering or discussing the firing of the special counsel robert muller i mean there has been a tremendous amount of turnover at the white house in recent weeks and so this spark some speculation well maybe trump will try to get rid of molar.

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Congress to boost opioid treatment, prevention dollars

Idaho's First Morning News

01:38 min | 2 years ago

Congress to boost opioid treatment, prevention dollars

"Why news time seven seventeen time for news with rick worthington good morning look with republicans warning against it in the attorney for president trump says he's not planning on firing special counsel following rampant speculation that was growing possibility much that played over the weekend bob constantini with updates from washington last night one of president trump's personal attorneys on the russia probe ty cobb felt compelled to issue a statement that the firing of robert muller is not being considered speculation started with a statement of another trump attorney john doubt who in the wake of the firing of andrew mccabe called for an end to the muller investigation and then there were the president's own tweets attacking the muller team as well as mccabe the former deputy director of the fbi mccabe's attorney statement he would not be responding to quote each childish defamatory disgusting false tweet by the president and the president was sometimes critical of mccabe fired just two days before his planned retirement bob costantini washington in other news today president trump rolling out new plans to address the nation's opioid epidemic today in new hampshire a longawaited plan to tackle the opioid crisis puts the focus on law enforcement prevention along with a sizable educational ad campaign and improving the ability to fund treatment through the federal government the white house says for the first time seeking the death penalty against drug traffickers when appropriate which president trump has called for will be part of an official administration plan congress recently appropriated six billion dollars to combat the opioid epidemic and a senior administration official told cnn that trump's plan will lay out how the.

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Trump not mulling canning Mueller, White House lawyer says

WBT's Morning News with Bo Thompson

02:25 min | 2 years ago

Trump not mulling canning Mueller, White House lawyer says

"So john stokes was just talking about the white house lawyer saying that the president not considering firing robert mueller this is the exact quote from white house counsel ty cobb quote the white house yet again confirms that the president is not considering or discussing the firing of special counsel robert muller unquote all that said a very very busy weekend for president trump especially on twitter here's abc's tara palmeri president trump escalating is attack now targeting the very top of the russia investigation tweeting his strongest rebuke yet a special counsel robert muller the molar probe should have never been started in that there was no collusion and there was no crime which hunt russia story is a total fabrication i call it the russian hoax the entire thing has been a witch hunt and there is no collusion trump has consistently undermined the investigation but this latest direct shot at muller comes his lead attorney is calling for the case to be shutdown lawmakers on both sides of the aisle warning trump that firing muller will have severe consequences repeat tried to do that that would be the beginning of the end of his presidency were rule of law national this would undoubtedly result in a constitutional crisis and i think democrats republicans need to speak out about this right now muller's team combing through new evidence a source telling abc news fired fbi deputy director ange mccabe has been interviewed by investigators and handed over memos detailing his interactions with trump you cannot stop the men and women of the fbi from doing the right thing protecting the american people and upholding the constitution mckay was axed ahead of an inspector general report that accuses him of leaking and then not being truthful when asked about it he has denied wrongdoing he says he's been singled out in the aftermath of fbi director james comey firing trump blasted mccabe and his meadows with a tweet spent very little time with andrew mccabe but he never took notes when he was with me i don't believe he made memo's except to help his own agenda probably at a later date same with lying james komi can we call them fake memos republicans now urging trump to show restraint as his frustration boiling point if you've done nothing wrong should walk the investigation to be as folsom and thorough as possible that of course is a.

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"ty cobb" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"ty cobb" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"This is morning edition from npr news i'm david greene in culver city california and i'm noel king in washington dc president trump has some choice words for the investigation led by special counsel robert muller words like witch hunt and fake dossier and no collusion the president tweeted all of that this weekend he criticized muller's investigation into possible links between russia and the trump presidential campaign and then on saturday trump's personal attorney john dowd call for the investigation to be shut down entirely npr's tamra keith is here with more she's our white house correspondent antihussein npr politics podcasts high temp high so this seems like a much more aggressive posture from the president and his legal team than what we've been seeing especially from the president you know up until this point he has not called out robert muller by name in in tweets or otherwise and now he is calling out muller by name affiliating his name with the the all caps witchhunt exclamation point in tweets saying the probe should never have been started in that there was no collusion in there was no crime that's those are president trump's words meanwhile his lawyer john dowd said he was speaking for himself but he said that the investigation should just be ended on the merits but then but then the the white house lawyer ty cobb who is a he is the lawyer charged with dealing with the special counsel investigation from within the white house he put out a statement saying that once again yet again and he's put out the statement before the president is not considering or discussing the firing of the special counsel robert muller i mean there has been a tremendous amount of turnover at the white house in recent weeks and so this spark some speculation well maybe trump will try to get rid of molar.

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"ty cobb" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"ty cobb" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Go ahead sit down with him go testify much guys go offer drinks after i don't care and that lawyer happens to be ty cobb donald trump's personal lawyer the guy's been with trump lauren anybody he wants donald trump to go testify why i i don't know i really for the life of me after working very closely with lawyers for fourteen years now i cannot understand why ty cobb one is still donald trump's lawyer but to why he would want donald trump to testify is it because he's afraid that if he doesn't he's going to get subpoenaed and then have to go in front of the grand jury and not just robert muller possibly but i don't think tuykov is that good of a lawyer to think that far ahead i think ty cobb is so in the pocket of donald trump that he doesn't understand what a lawyer and manipulate or the guy is and believes that if he goes and testifies he's gonna be absolved you know the whole thing's going to go away it's going to blow over trump his own words we'll save him i believe chief that is what ty cobb thanks i don't think he's looking at the long game i do not think he's worried about a subpoena i think tie cobb believes that this investigation is going to go away very soon and nothing could be further from the truth we need to take another break when we come back we're going to be talking about the opioid epidemic and the fact that kellyanne conway is spearheading at for the trump administration and why that should give us all reason to worry we'll be right back with more ring of fire radio he.

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"ty cobb" Discussed on The Takeout

The Takeout

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"ty cobb" Discussed on The Takeout

"In november 11th 2016 direct quote it never happened there was no communication between the campaign and any foreign entity during the campaign ty cobb that was back when the question was did the campaign ever have contacts with anyone that could be construed as hostile to or indifferent to the united states and the blanket statement on behalf of the transition it never happened but communications did occur then later speaker paul ryan was among the first to say they were context but no collusion he's the one who introduced the concept maybe not the absolute first but he was one of the first that said this word collusion a non entity and they non prosecute 'able entity which does create people in people's minds a sense of what is this actually a pound british and no as a legal matter is a factual matter that statement from ho picks is not true well i'm not sure at work on time not sure it's not true in the in the context of humanit and with regard to contacts i think the only thing that i mean you can you can correct me if i'm wrong y'all events captured the public fantasy is you know the donald junior meeting at trump tower involving paul manafort jared kushner briefly j briefly in the room yes he didn't have to be there he could have not been there that now that's true and he let any left william last i agree bananas there yet not sure and steve bannon formerly chief strategist for the president of the united states and a significant player in the home stretch of the campaign for sure said and michael wolff spoke fire and fury he thought it might be treasonous said if not that at minimum admitted these are his words not mine the fbi should have been called i i'm not going to dignify steve bannon is view of events that happened four months the before he joined the campaign and because i don't even know his level of knowledge of those events other other than what he may have read the media will you are presenting guardian says they should not take that series i i don't think you should take anything about the michael wolff work seriously.

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"ty cobb" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"ty cobb" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Preeminent right has been talking endlessly about how uh the moller investigation is a legitimate and more or less encouraging him to to fire rowler if so and that that tension between what what the president gets from his media diet and woody he from ty cobb has yet to be resolved okay the next lawyer john doubt is he the well he's the one with the handlebar mano that that psychotic bykov has the very fancy head of the better okay verizon out he is john dowd is a a very experienced which is to say old i'll lawyer in in washington who represents the president personally the the human being not the institution of the president's uh he uh is probably best known to people who follow such things as the person who did major league baseball's investigation of pete rose for gambling on baseball uh he he was involved in the irancontra investigation he had a client there were were where i first got to know him you know it's a tough exmarine from boston a good friend of john kelly the even she added after who has a similar background and uh you know he he is he is remained mostly behind the scenes in the investigation and is not very used to or skill that public uh advocacy and since he's the president's personal lawyer does he does it is his office outside of the white house or does he have a desk inside the white house very much outside the white house a he he's a private lawyer and donald trump uh the human being as his client but unlike ty cobb dowd nj secular oh who worked as miffed out who's the other who's the other outside lawyer m they are very much outside the white house at independent actors okay and done doubt is also known as the person who apparently claimed responsibility for the tweet that uh president trump sent out on that said michael flynn was fired quote because he lied to the vice president and the.

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"ty cobb" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"ty cobb" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Preeminent ride has been talking endlessly about how the muller investigation is a legitimate and more or less encouraging him to to fire reiller so and that that tension between what what the president gets from his media diet and woody here's from ty cobb has yet to be resolved okay the next lawyer john doubt is he the well he's the one with the handlebar mano that that psychotic icon has the very family had earlier accident gone down it is john dowd is a a very experienced a which is to say old i'll lawyer in in washington who represents the president personally the the human being not the institution of the president's uh he uh is probably best known to people who follow such things as the person who did major league baseball's investigation of pete rose for gambling on baseball he he was involved in the irancontra investigation he had a client there were were where i first got to know him you know it's a tough exmarine from boston a good friend of john kelly the agency staff who has a similar background and uh you know he he is he is remained mostly behind the scenes in the investigation and is not very used to or skill that that public god advocacy and since he's the president's personal lawyer does he does it is his office outside of the white house or does he have a desk inside the white house very much outside the white house of a he he's a private lawyer and donald trump uh the human being as his client but unlike ty cobb dowd nj secular who were his mixed out who's the other who's the other outside lawyer m e they are very much outside the white house at independent actors okay and john doubt is also known as the person who apparently claimed responsibility for the tweet that uh president trump sent out that said michael flynn was fired quote because he lied to the vice president and the.

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"ty cobb" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"ty cobb" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"Attention new stores to be a little bit of a pattern here after while that is it sanctions is if it could really there's a lot of very rich russian oligarchy including putin himself that are being hurt financially by these sanctions and they don't just make me calls and have the means or whatever and say we you know we'd like you to help us out in his in donald trump because he's a kind guy says shore up i'll help you out i mean we don't know what's that he quit on the other side of the pro quo yet right but we can be pretty suspicious what it is so you know i mean again you do happy see this in light of all back contacts and everything else we know you don't feel exceed her the mobster who worked alongside trump and then was working for the bear rock group that apparently was a big money laundering operation for the russians to to to put money in real estate and united states and he was saying i'll put you in touch with the russians and you know he's like if you do some of these things for them i mean you know i'm sorry there's there's there's a lot here a lot of involve sanctions and you know we're just getting closer uh there was a statement put out by ty cobb the white house lawyer and how he abuses that aim today michael flynn a former national security advisor at the white house for twenty five days in other words he's practically just the guy who gets coffee like word like down there for he was there for two and a half scare emoji exactly uh during the trump administration in a former obama administration official i love that yes without there reminder obama specifically warned.

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"ty cobb" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"ty cobb" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"Just four days after us president donald trump was sworn into office the fbi interviewed his national security adviser retired general michael flynn today three hundred eleven days later mr flynn pleaded guilty to lying to the fbi in that interview at a federal court in washington and in doing so he acknowledged his cooperation with special counsel robert muller's investigation into russian interference in the 2016 us election white house lawyer ty cobb says quote nothing about the guilty plea or the charge implicates anyone other than mr flynn unquote but mr flynn was part of the president's inner circle both during the campaign and in the days that followed his inauguration which leads law professor and former federal prosecutor mark osler to believe he could have a whole lack of information we reach miss rossler in minneapolis reser ostler what does today's guilty plea by michael flynn what is it signal to you what i see when i look at this combined with some of the things that have already happened is a critical mass of information this now in the hands of the special counsel robert muller i flynn is a crucial person within the administration who's going to be able to explain a lot of what happened and what is that he's going to explain what is it that uh mr muller's day this special counsel thinks he can get some michael flynn that's useful to him but we know from the documents were released day one of them was uh you know a statement of the offence which reflects what flynn did that got him charged in this way in it reveals that he was directed by people high up in the administration to have a conversation with russian ambassador in this goes to the heart of what muller has been charged with investigating which has those contacts with russia nhs what is he what is mr flynn pled guilty to.

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"ty cobb" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"ty cobb" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Live from npr news in washington on lakshmi saying president trump is venting his frustration over criminal charges filed against three of his campaign aides including his former chair paul manafort trump has previously call the fbi investigation into alleged russian collusion with his presidential campaign a witchhunt and a distraction from pursuing a job growth agenda and peers ryan lucas reports on some of the advice trump is getting reportedly chief of staff john kelly and some of the president's lawyers including ty cobb told him to kind of be cautious but i think from a political and pr standpoint this is something that the president and the white house feels that they feel that they need to to respond to npr's ryan lucas the white house chief of staff is facing backlash for remarks fueling the national debate over confederate monuments and slavery and peers camilla domino's ski reports that last night john kelly said the civil war was caused by a lack of compromise acclaim historians have been swift to challenge in an interview on fox news kelly was asked about confederate monuments being removed he called it a mistake the lack of ability to compromise with those men and women of good foods on both sides mood their stand in fact the decade leading up to the civil war were filled with compromises that allowed slavery to continue from the threefifths compromise in the constitution to the carefully bargained compromise of 18 fifty gilani cobb a former history professor who writes for the new yorker was one of many who took to twitter to rebut the white house chief of staff's remarks cobb wrote that america had quote literally been compromising on slavery since the declaration of independence camille dominant cki npr news.

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"ty cobb" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"ty cobb" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"The president's attorney jay sicolo said there's no reason to believe the president is under investigation this is not a surprise because battling of a grand during envisage working like this when you've got an investigation into the glee held a move forward this really very much a standard operating procedure when you've got a situation like this but with respect to the handling of the grand jury we have no reasonable in the president's honour investigate ty cobb special counsel to the president said he wasn't aware muller had started using a new grand jury grand jury matters are tipping please secret cobb said the white house favours anything that accelerates the conclusion of his work fairly the white house is committed to fully cooperating with mr muller news of the grand jury came as senators introduced to bipartisan bills aimed at protecting muller from being fired by trump with both parties signing resistance to any white house effort to derail the investigation into russian meddling in last year's election trump's defense team has been looking into potential conflicts of interest among members of muller's team such as past political contributions to democrats including hillary clinton and trump is warned that any effort by muller to look into his finances could fall outside the scope of muller's appointment under the regulations deputy attorney general rod rosenstein is the government official empowered to fire muller under limited circumstances such as conflict of interest an dereliction of duty rosenstein who appointed muller has publicly said he had seen no basis for firing him keep it here with america's morning news where the.

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