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CNN
Oct 29, 2016 5:00pm PDT
number two at the justice department under president george w. bush and was a registered republican although now, he says he's quote not registered any longer, but in the past, he donated to the mitt romney campaign in 2012 and the john mccain campaign in 2008. he also served as counsel on the white water committee in 1996. but his reputation for bipartisan fairness has long been well-known. >> and mr. jim comey. >> took over the spot from bob muller, this is what he had to say. >> i have had the opportunity to work with jim for a number of years in the department of justice and i have found him to be a man of honesty, dedication and integrity. >> comey gained a degree of fame for his role in one of the most dramatic incidents during george w. bush tenure in the white house. john ash croft was gravely ill in the hospital. two of president bush's top aides rushed there to try to get ash croft to endorse a warrantless eavesdropping program. comey was acting attorney general and when he found out about the plan, he rushed to the hospital and stopped it. >> i was very upset. i was angry
CNN
Nov 5, 2016 9:00pm PDT
who's interested in doing things in manhattan. i'd like you to talk to him. >> george ross was fred trump's lawyer. >> donald walked in, he was 27 years old and then he gave me the idea he had about transforming the commodore hotel. my reaction was he was way off base. it was impossible to do. and that he was out of touch with the reality of the situation, what was going on in new york at the time. >> trump wasn't fazed. while the big developers were getting out of the city, donald trump wanted in. >> he went to get the financing, and the banks looked around and they said, wait a minute, we got so many bad loans in the city of new york, and they said, trump, what do you know about running a hotel? you know what he said? nothing. so they said, well, when you know how to run a hotel, or you get somebody that knows how to run a hotel, then we'll talk again. figuring that was the end, they got rid of him. >> instead of good riddance, trump got the hyatt hotel chain on board. promising them he could lock up a lucrative deal. >> says to hyatt, would you be that operator? what are they goi
CNN
Oct 22, 2016 7:00pm PDT
to talk to him. >> george ross was fred trump's lawyer. >> he gave me the idea he had about transforming the come dorr hotel. my reaction was he was way off base. it was impossible to do and that he was out of touch with the reality of the situation, what was going on in new york at the time. >> trump wasn't phased. while the big developers were getting out of the city, donald trump wanted in. >> he went to get the financing. and the banks looked around and they say wait a minute, we got so many bad loans in the city of new york and they said trump, what do you know about running a hotel. you know what he said? nothing. they said well when you know how to run a hotel or you get somebody that knows how to run a hotel, then we'll talk again, figuring that was the end, they got rid of him. >> trump got the hyatt hotel chain on board promising them he could lock up a good deal. >> said the hyatt, would you be the operator? what are you going to say no. >> it's presented to them on a silver platter. >> at that point it was swiss cheese. >> now trump needed to convince the city to
CNN
Oct 7, 2016 9:00pm PDT
in 1988 by george h.w. bush in the era of term limits. the fact is he is unqualified, unfit candidate that the democrats are in a position to win three terms in a row which otherwise would be difficult to matter who the nominee would be. >> i think the clinton campaign is going to be incentivize to stretch out this story as long as it can. it is reinforcing a narrative they clinton campaign has been driving since day one and we are not talking about her e-mails or wikileaks and that's good for clinton. she has to stretch it out but can't go far because she lives in a glass house on this issue. >> not hard to stretch it out considered the associated press started the week by saying there is video and there is evidence that he did speak like this on a regular basis on the "apprentice." it is just people were sworn to secrecy, legally and couldn't say anything. if you could set up sunday night for me, mac, first to you, you have hillary clinton and donald trump. how does hillary clinton come out and address him? they were fairly friendly and cordial in terms of body language in the last
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