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NBC
Dec 11, 2017 6:30pm EST
here. the democratic senator who last week called for al franken to resign is now calling for president trump to resign and for a congressional investigation. meantime, republican leaders in congress are staying silent. >> kate snow, thank you. >>> tonight it's election eve in alabama, in one of the most dramatic special elections in recent memory between roy moore and doug jones. a toss-up with polls all over the place and both sides bringing in reinforcements now. nbc's gabe gutierrez is there. >> reporter: tonight the closest alabama senate race in a generation is down to the wire. republican roy moore taking no questions from mainstream reporters but interviewed by a 12-year-old girl in an online video for a pro-trump super pac. >> i think one is religious liberty. >> reporter: as he continues to deny allegations of sexual misconduct with teen girls decades ago, one as young as 14. >> i did not date under-age women. i did not molest anyone. >> reporter: potential voters hearing this robo call from president trump today. >> i need alabama to go vote for roy moore. >> report
LINKTV
Dec 11, 2017 3:00pm PST
told vice news -- "i just watched senator al franken do the honorable thing and resign from his office. my question is, why isn't donald trump doing the same thing -- who has more serious allegations against him, with more women who have come forward." democratic senator jeff merkley ofof oregon has also called for trump to resign. their comments came as trump's ambassador to the united nations, nikki haley, said on cbs that the women accusing trump should be taken seriously. haley was speaking with host john dickerson. >> how do you think people should assess the accusers of the president? thing.an, the same the women who accuse anyone should be heard. they should be heard and they should be dealt with. i think we heard from them prior to the election. i think any woman who has felt five related or felt mistreated in any way have every rigig too speaeak up. amamy: in mississippi, civil rights leaders gather to celebrate the opening of two new civil rights museums in jackson. the openings were marred by controversy after president trump refused to heed the cause of civil rights
FOX News
Dec 11, 2017 3:00pm PST
investigation into their charges. >> if they were willing to investigate senator franken, i think it is only fair that they do the same thing for trump. >> i have a new dream now that this man will be held accountable for his actions, and that future generations of women can fulfill their dream without worrying of anyone treating them like they are less them. because they are a woman. >> the white house continues to insist that the accusations against the president are false, and that the allegations have already been litigated, with voters having the final say. >> the president has address of these accusations directly, and it denied all of these allegations, and this took place long before he was elected to be president. and the people of this country in a decisive election supported at president trump, and we feel like these allegations have been answered through that process. >> the presidency when ambassador took a different take. it nikki haley said that they women should be heard. >> i think that any woman who has felt violated or who has felt mistreated in any way, they have every ri
PBS
Dec 11, 2017 3:00pm PST
because of al franken's resignations. we might see more retirements or resignations and then steve bannon actively going after republican incumbents and the establishment candidates. this is making the race for the senate much more volatile than we thought it was going to be just a few months ago. >> woodruff: a lot of question marks. if in this mix, the the president made comments i want to ask you about, in that pensacola rally, tam, in which he's being called out for making claims for things that frankly cannot be backed up by the facts. at one point he said he won the election last year by a landslide. we know he compared himself to a number of other winners, and we know it was one of the narrowest wins in modern history. i want to show this to our viewers, a group of african-americans in the crowd watching him in pensacola. >> look at these guys, blacks for trump. i love you. (cheers and applause) i love you. (cheers and applause) i love you! by the way, now that you bring it up, black homeownership just hit the highest level it's ever been in the history of our country. congr
CSPAN
Dec 11, 2017 5:59pm EST
were willing to investigate senator franken, i think it's only fair that they do the same for trump. reporter: hi. fox news. there's a defamation suit against the president. does that give you any hope? what do you hope the outcome of that is? and do you see similar outcomes like that? do you think that's your path to getting justice? >> you know, i was asked that on my interview on cnn last year. what am i going to sue him for? being really creepy? that's not something that would stand up in court. but what i'm more concerned about is as a culture in our country what is acceptable behavior. and if the standard that our president is setting -- it's not high enough right now. >> the court of public opinion i think would be the best place in my opinion for this to be judged. like you said, it's a cultural thing the and we shouldn't let oliticians get away with this. >> in my situation, it's so old that i don't even think a judge would even enter into any sort of casen to. and i don't -- -- case on it. and i don't have any thoughts of going to the courts for this. this is really a matt
MSNBC
Dec 11, 2017 2:00pm PST
own members. when al franken is getting tossed out or bob packwood, the constitution vests them to control their own ethics. the only power against the president is impeachment. so if new allegations arise or new facts in old allegations arise, post the presidential election, i think you'd see an upswell in chatter about im'maei impeachment but they haven't. they're talking about the same allegations today that were asked and answered by 62.9 million voters who voted for donald trump last year. go ahead? >> i was just -- keep going. >> so to me the line is, when does the appropriate body in this case for the american people to vote for the president or the congress to vote impeachment get the amount of evidence they need to move forward? there are clear ethical lines in my mind. we talked about them before, katy, you ask me to articulate. it's whether or not a civil trial for assault and/or battery would get to a jury and would prevail as a preponderance of the evidence. same standard for everyone on every allegation of assault, child molestation or any unethical behavior. we saw a
FOX News
Dec 11, 2017 2:00pm PST
timing of this, the al franken stuff helped him, the conyers stuff helped him. a little bit of help from gloria alred, that fiasco with the yearbook. but i think that he really caved this last weekend, did not do a lot of events. >> dana: he has not done a public event in a week, but having a rally tonight. juan, what do you think will happen on the democratic side? >> juan: on the democratic side, they are pretty much waiting period in terms of a level, this is a red state. let's not make any mistake about it. this is a conversation among republicans about judge moore. and what you see is that the business community community as dressing mention, they feel that it would damage alabama standinh the business community as they try to bring industry into alab. it throws them back a step. the thing that i would say that strikes me is that he was in philadelphia, the army-navy football game -- >> dana: i don't know if that was confirmed prior >> juan: he was gone, not there. and this week and i was reading a quote where he said everything after the tenth amendment had not happen, that means t
CNN
Dec 11, 2017 2:00pm PST
example, with al franken who won re-election a few years ago. this was new. and that may be true, but it's remarkable how even in just less than a year the culture and what is tolerated and not tolerated in america has changed dramatically. it's been warp speed change. and so it's kind of hard to say wi what the american people knew what they were doing when it wasn't just these things. it was a totality of issues that people voted on and everybody had to decide between two candidates. it wasn't just do i think the president, soon to be president, did these things that he's alleged to have done and what do you think, chris, of the white house strategy? >> well, first, dana's right. to portray the election as a final determination of guilt or innocence on donald trump. there are a lot of things going on. there was a exit poll that says how much does donald trump's treatment of women bother you, the options were a lot, some. 70% said a lot or some. now obviously hillary clinton won overwhelmingly among the people who said a lot. i was fascinated that 20%-plus who said some, donald trump won
NBC
Dec 11, 2017 5:00pm EST
-- this is important. so, when asked, we speak >> they were willing to investigate senator franken. i think it's only fair that they do the same for trump. >> i'm more concerned about as a culture in our country what is acceptable behavior. and if the standard that our president is setting, it's not high enough right now. >> as you might expect, white house press secretary sarah huckabee sanders faced multiple questions about this issue today. and sanders repeatedly said that this issue had been settled in last year's election. >> the president has addressed these accusations directly and denied all of these allegations. and this took place long before he was elected to be president. and the people of this country had a decisive election, supported president trump. >> now, you have been weighing in on the survey on this issue on our nbc washington facebook page all afternoon, and we want to know what you think. congress, should they launch an investigation? well, so far what we are hearing out there say yes, they should. wendy, jim, back to you. >> leon harris. thanks, leon. >> tomorr
NBC
Dec 11, 2017 4:00pm EST
been answered in that process. >> democrat bernie sanders said it was proper for franken to resign and president trump might want to think about doing the same thing. >>> the whole world is watching alabama's senate race. roy moore is also accused of sexual misconduct and tonight he's hearding his first public event in a week. a rally with strategist steve bannon. democrat doug jones is campaigning with new jersey governor cory booker. >>> mario batali is stepping down at his restaurants amid sexual misconduct allegations. he said the complaints match up with his past behavior. >>> a bill that would toughen pennsylvania's laws on abortion is expected to be voted on this week. it calls to ban abortions at 20 weeks unless there was a medical emergency. right now the law allows abortions until 24 weeks. if passed, it would go to governor wolf but he's vowed to veto it. he explained why during his visit today. >> it's a violation of a woman's right to make her own health care decisions. i think this is just an intrusion into the doctor's office that is unwarranted. >> the governor was join
ABC
Dec 11, 2017 4:00pm EST
senator franken i think it's only fair that they do the same for trump. >> now the white house has responded calling the women's accusations "false and absurd" and in a statement a spokesperson also dismissed them as politically motivated. >> a celebrity chef is the latest public figure to face allegations of sexual misconduct. the on line site eater new york says mario batali has been accused by at least four women. batali says he takes full responsibility and is deeply sorry for any pain he has caused. in light of these allegations batali will step away from daily operations at his restaurant empire. he's also taking a leave from his abc cooking show "the chew." an abc spokesperson said "we have asked mario batali to step away from the chew while we receive the allegations that have just recently can um to our attention. abc takes matters like this very zero just as we were committed to a safe work environment. while we are unaware of any type of inappropriate behavior involving him and anyone affiliated with the show we will swiftly address any appendix alleged violations of our
CNN
Dec 11, 2017 1:00pm PST
national conversation on sexual misconduct. only days after senator al franken said he would resign amid reports of touching women inappropriately, several democratic senators sought to seize the high ground and called for the president's resignation. just hours ago, senator kirsten gillibrand telling cnn's christiane amanpour that congress should investigate the president's behavior and hold him accountable. >> president trump should resign. these allegations are credible. they are numerous. i've heard these women's testimony and many of them are heartbreaking. >> reporter: so at that daily press briefing today, jake, white house press secretary sarah sanders talked about eyewitnesss. now this is the first time we've heard that from the white house podium. she said there were eyewitnesss to some of these accounts of allegations and they simply weren't true. we've asked the white house about that. they've only given us two examples at this point. one comes from "the new york daily news" story and one from a "new york post" story, both out during the campaign and did not directly add
MSNBC
Dec 11, 2017 1:00pm PST
franken to resign. do you think it was the right thing for him to do? >> i think it was. i think democrats clearly did not want to be saddled with defending what was indefensible behavior. and i think it was appropriate. >> and have they, by seeking to purge their own party of offenders, have they now seized the high ground, and do you think they see the trump more alliance as a real vulnerability for republicans among female voters? >> i think whether or not franken had resigned, the trump moral alliance is a vulnerability for republicans going into 2018. and, clearly, this sets a much brighter line for democrats than it would have been otherwise. but the fact is the president has endorsed a child molester, a predator and, you know, we'll see tomorrow or see in the election in alabama whether alabama voters will go in that direction as well. but i think this san albatross for republicans who have to bear it into 2018 and 2020. >> and beyond. peter baker, you have one of my favorite pieces written about the trump presidency in the paper under your byline and your colleague maggie
franken. what was the decision? was it a political decision or were there bigger issues at play? guest: i think the nation and capitol hill is just reeling with the sexual misconduct allegations and how to handle them. and we are seeing it just play out in realtime here in so many different ways. i think democrats saw that they needed to have the high ground on this. they have been harping on the allegations against the president by the accusers of the president, keep bringing those up. they've been pointing to juck moore. and then when you've -- judge moore. then when you've got your own members of congress accused of this behavior there's a bit of a zero tolerance and they felt they had to make that statement. and you saw it with john conyers. >> trent franks. but to the president's accusers. this focuses again the white house on the accusers that came up during the campaign. guest: the u.n. ambassador broke and said these women need to be heard, should be heard. i think naffs a bit of a shift. you would know better covering the white house. host: reaction to that? guest: i have not
Bloomberg
Dec 11, 2017 3:30pm EST
is why senator franken's resignation matters because it is a form of leverage in a weird way. that is kind of where this fight could be headed. julia: election times give me goosebumps. great work, kevin cirilli on the phone from alabama. thank you for that. we want to bring you breaking news from boeing. they are boosting the quarterly dividend by 20%. were more like $1.58. a big surprise. they also authorized a share buyback. it is not as flashy as it sounds. it is replacing a $14 billion program put in place a year ago. $4 billion increase on that. in 12 months. joe: coming up, what you need to know for tomorrow's trading day. this is bloomberg. ♪ the fomc begins their meeting. washington and you are watching bloomberg technology. the white house says a pipe bomb explosion shows the need for immigration reform. a bomb in a subway and injured himself and wounded three others. sevenived from bangladesh years ago. the pentagon will allow transgendered people to enlist in the military. federal courts have ruled against the ban on their service. transgendered recruits will have to
CNN
Dec 11, 2017 12:00pm PST
considering his history of falsehoods. >> well, number one, i think everybody including al franken deserves due process. number two, she asked to give an example and she gave a very truthful example of what's happened. i know i -- >> it wasn't intentional. >> well, maybe it wasn't, but there are intentional times. i've had news stations say something about me that they knew had absolutely no truth, but they knew it was damaging and they put it out there anyway without facts to back it up and that was dangerous. i understand their frustration whether it was republican or democrat from any news organization, whatever level it is at, print media or whatever to make an accusation that they can't back up and that's dangerous for the american public to be susceptible to. so everybody should have repercussions if they're throwing out stuff that doesn't have truth to it. >> it's angering as a member of the media to watch. we want to do good work each and every day and occasionally mistakes were made. i know a lot of wonderful people in this profession and we make honest mistakes. it is not
MSNBC
Dec 11, 2017 12:00pm PST
this follows, of course, last week's news with al franken where they essentially demanded that their own house be cleaned and then now we see the flip side of that. they can make these additional demands. what's your sense of where that's coming from or what they might accomplish with this? >> i think that's exactly right that we're seeing why the democrats came out against franken last week so they can have a moment like this. so gillibrand can call the president to resign. i'm look at her statement today and wondering, does she want to get a tweet reaction from donald trump attacking her that she thinks would ultimately hurt him? i think we have to look at it through the veil of 2020 and the presidential ambitions. but what remains to be seen is the moral high ground that the democrats are trying to regain by kicking out al franken over claims that are on the scale that we're looking at on the low end. is that politically astute? is that going to get them anything? donald trump won white women in 2016. do women voters care about this? i think that's a question that remains to
CNN
Dec 11, 2017 11:00am PST
what this man is responsible for and what everyone else is responsible for. al franken, you can go on and on and on with the names of the people that have come forward and had accusations made against them and they're held to a certain standard and the president of the united states is held to a different standard and everyone needs to be held to the same standard and that's not happening. so when they say witnesses, produce them. produce them. >> well, on to say what she said, sarah huckabee sanders, and the white house press secretary said she would provide them after the briefing and provide the names after the briefing. >> and i'm waiting to find out. i'm waiting to find out. i want to see these names and i hope it's not just one reporter and the vast majority of us because we want to know who these women are. she's adding now to this extra layer of all of this. if there were witnesses, wooe nd to hear if the president is not going to come out and address this, because if they're active accusers, we need to hear the other witnesses. >> something that you said earlier, april, i wan
MSNBC
Dec 11, 2017 11:00am PST
done with al franken. they should have let the investigation play out. i think nikki haley is really savvy in first of all separating herself from the heads of this party which are allowing it to become the party of roy moore and donald trump and groping and pedophil pedophilia. maybe she's running in 2020 against the president. >> i don't want to give too much credence for this, but we start third down block after sarah huckabee sanders with the idea that journalists spread fake news and the white house doesn't. mike schmidt, one quick correction on my part. it was "the washington post" that did that list, not "the new york times." my mistake. i'm sorry. but when you hear that sort of thing coming from sarah huckabee sanders, i mean, are we missing the forest for the trees? is this just incredibly dangerous, and incredibly problematic going forward. decades seeing how this movement, this whole fake news movement that's been elevated by this president is spreading around the world. >> the fact that the president has the megaphone that he does has had an impact on the media. and the f
ABC
Dec 11, 2017 11:00am PST
investigated as well. >> if they were willing to investigate senator franken, i think it's only fair that they do the same for trump. >> the president has denied all of the accusations and the white house says the women are all making, quote, false claims. >>> apple is doing some holiday shopping. the company has just made a purchase of its own. the app it is buying. >>> and we'll have a video that's going viral this morning, the touching anti-bullying message recorded by a child. >>> firefighters rescued a dog this morning during this sunnyvale. the fire started at about 2:00 a.m. at the home on pyrus way. the family made it out oak, thankfully. most of the damage is to the garage. firefighters say the family will need to stay someplace else today. no one was hurt. the cause of the fire is under investigation. >>> now today's morning money report. apple is in a buying mood this holiday season. the coopupertino based company confirmed it's buying shazam, a popular app that helps users identify a soeng, tv show, movi or ad by listening to a few seconds of it. no word yet on the purchase pr
CNN
Dec 11, 2017 10:00am PST
should do. let's watch. >> al franken felt it proper for him to resign. here you have a president who has been accused by many women of assault who says on a tape he assaulted women. he might want to think about doing the same. >> i think any chance or any discussion of the president resigning is not likely to happen, but what the democrats are trying to do is take the high ground likely to prepare if roy moore is elected from alabama to continue this conversation once he comes to washington. >> good point. bernie sanders is independence from maine, but he caucuses with the democrats. for all practical purposes he's a democrat. ran for president as a democrat. the white house briefing as jeff pointed out scheduled to begin a little while from now. sarah sanders will have to answer lots of questions including about nikki haley, the u.s. ambassador breaking with the white house line about the accuse accusers. more on the breaking news in the terror attack in new york city. more on the suspect who detonated a bomb in new york's port authority bus station. stand by. ♪ what i want, you've go
FOX News
Dec 11, 2017 10:00am PST
to take roy moore. >> harris: democrats -- and you saw al franken as he said he was going to be resigning in the next few weeks from the senate over allegations of misconduct on his own part. part of the sun umbrella conversation is being had a right now across the country and particularly on capitol hill. democrats it would seem our tying their game to look at the republicans across the aisle, are they risking and overreach? >> i don't think this is about left and right, i think it's about right and wrong. if you are boss and you have got to be held accountable. every workplace in america -- >> i agree but i think you've got to be very careful because at this point used to be allegations were false until proven true. i think where we have to draw the line is there a photographic evidence, are there actual payments? obviously this person has to resign for moral reasons. >> harris: i want to step in and say why i am asking this. there may be a move to try to unseat him when he gets to congress. your thoughts? >> my thought on this, i don't want to be overly harsh and say it is a
CSPAN
Dec 11, 2017 12:07pm EST
. host: can you characterize, senator, the work of the committee? because senator al franken stepped down, despite saying earlier that he wanted the ethics committee to do an investigation. o you believe that a member of congress can get due process through the ethics committee? senator roberts: oh, yes. i've been on the committee, we've been through several -- i don't want to list all the cases we've dealt with. we are very deliberate, but we also expedite as best we can. john isakson is a super chairman. we are bipartisan. it's three and three. it's probably the least partisan committee in the congress, without question. and each member i think does a very good job, but it is confidential to protect both the member and the process. but when we reach a decision, we make it public. the committee has already made a statement that we are investigating senator franken. host: without going into areas that i know you can't discuss, you know, your job could get even harder as soon as next week if it turns out that roy moore is elected and you have someone who is accused of molesting teenag
MSNBC
Dec 11, 2017 9:00am PST
different for a franken accuser versus a trump accuser. these women came forward at a different time in the country before we were inclined to listen. never mind believe. that's not to say that every accuser is always telling the truth. they aren't necessarily. sometimes women and men do make up stories. in this case of donald trump, you've got between 16 and 20 accusers on the record putting themselves out there. he's dismissed them all as liars. the problem for trump is some of the things they're alleging he himself admits to on tape. one of the women on my show this morning talked how he came back sage at the miss usa pageant, she was miss north carolina at the time. and lined them up like pieces of peat and looked them up and down in the privacy of the dressing room, not where they're on display as part of a competition. this is supposed to be private. men aren't even allowed back there. there he was. donald trump is on tape with howard stern admitting he liked to do that. even though he's called this woman a liar. same thing about one of the women says she was a secretary at trump
CNN
Dec 11, 2017 9:00am PST
originate in the house. even a trump critic, one of the democrats said if al franken has to resign, how does the president get to stay? >> it was known and litigated before the election. in my view it's distressing when people are willing to put morality aside and vote for or against someone based on what they will or won't do. >> do you think it gets reviewed? >> my hunch is it gets reviewed at the next election. we don't have the mechanism to review it in the senate. >> from a political standpoint, that's probably fair and accurate. >> it's an honest description of who controls congress. every indication is they are terrified of opening the questions as they pertain to their president. they have been willing to go along with him on most things. hard to believe they would open a congressional investigation. if republicans win back or both houses, you can imagine the government oversight committee or special panel doing something. probably not with a lot of support from republicans. somehow looking into this maybe as a pretext to impeachment. >> there is a congress forcibly removin
FOX News
Dec 11, 2017 9:00am PST
child for all that is wrong with the g.o.p. that's what al franken did even in his resignation. already started to hone in on that and going into 2018, the very sort of heavy albatross around the republican party. >> kennedy: is interesting because you can hear democrats cheering for him to win. it allows them to embody the competition and appears to be an attempted terrorist attack from times square. what authorities are now saying about possible terror links and if this was possibly inspired by isis. plus going down to the wire on tax cuts. by republicans remain optimistic on getting the job done before years end at a hurdle that may stand in the way. all that coming up here to stay right here. i tried hard to quit smoking. but when we brought our daughter home, that was it. now i have nicoderm cq. the nicoderm cq patch with unique extended release technology helps prevent your urge to smoke all day. it's the best thing that ever happened to me. every great why needs a great how. >> harris: if you were just tuning in, went to get you caught up on the huge news that's breaking today. a
FOX Business
Dec 11, 2017 12:00pm EST
to happen. there is not much precedent for that to happen. i think certainly with the franken resignation you would see some political pressure mount heavy on him. that is why i think you have someone like tim scott say yesterday on fox news that roy moore would immediately face an ethics investigation. i think republicans are in, i don't want to say a no-win situation but they really didn't have many good options going into tomorrow's election. on other hand roy moore, for lack of a better which to describe it is not the ideal candidate, but also his loss in this election could jeopardize the entire gop agenda and everything the president is trying to accomplish. not just the tax plan, judicial appointees, executive branch appointees, immigration reform anything they like to see happen before the fallout of 2018 whatever to occur then could be jeopardized. neil: who will get the plame for that? the president put himself out there moore is the guy. doing robocalls for moore. but they also hope that by the time, you know, whoever wins that raise is seated in washington, the tax
CSPAN
Dec 11, 2017 11:08am EST
legislation is co-sponsored by senator sanders, casey, franken, bennet, whitehouse, baldwin, murphy, kaine, and hassan, as well as several of our democratic colleagues who are not on the committee. families across this country are waiting for medical breakthroughs. and researchers are waiting for the money to fund their work so they can make those breakthroughs. it's time for us to step up and put more money into nih. thank you. thank you, mr. chairman. >> thank you, senator warren. senator hassan. >> thank you, mr. chair. and i'll add my thanks to you and the ranking member for this hearing and for your work on the cures act. to doctors collins and gottlieb, thank you for being here. would you please, along with us thanking you for your service and leadership, please thank the women and men who work with you every day in your agencies for the extraordinary work they do on behalf of the people of the united states. dr. gottlieb, i wanted to start with a question or two for you. we have discussed the devastating impact that the opioid epidemic is having in new hampshire and all acros
FOX News
Dec 11, 2017 8:00am PST
to the democratic party with the resignation of al franken the resignation of john conyers, they also have issues when it comes to their moral high ground. so a search for a mirage of moral high ground by both parties doesn't make any sense. >> jon: some republicans have tried to stay about as far away from roy moore as they possibly can. the president can obviously endorse luther strange his primary opponent in the early going but now he has come out in full support of him. some have suggested that's going to to be an albatross for the president going forward. no matter what happens to him, how do you see a? >> i don't see it that way. i think that the reason alabama, two statistics are really defining what we're seeing here. 58% of alabama thinks that abortion should be illegal in all or in both cases and doug jones supports abortion up to the second that a baby is born. and he wants to basically repeal, that's really what's happening. and 71% of voters in alabama also don't believe the allegations and don't believe the media reports about all of these things that roy moore allegedl
CNN
Dec 11, 2017 8:00am PST
standard is here. al franken confessed, pictures of his conduct, people and the president's denied these things and again, i mean if we're going to go through, line up all the senators and have hearings. i've called for al franken to chair hearings where every allegation in the last 40 years against every sitting senator has been -- >> he's resigning. >> this what is i feel like you're trying to have it both ways let people be heardnd what comes out of your mouth next is diminishing what people -- the words people are saying and what's coming out of people's mouths. >> they say what they want. the question is whether they're believable. if the president says he didn't do what they accused him of, the voters voted. at what point do we keep going back and rehash this. >> i know you're raising the question and what the women who spoke out this morning said is they think that this is a different moment in this country and they would like it to be looked at. you feel differently. kaitlan, three democrats have come out and called on the president to resign based on -- i'm just going to call it
CBS
Dec 11, 2017 7:00am PST
franken in the senate. >> what's more disqualifying, being a democrat or roy moore? >> they've shown you cannot always believe the polls shoo he would say that a hundred times a day. >> let's talk about it. % >> let's talk about it. >> this is the thing that struck me, major and steve. major, i have never heard you laugh as much and as heartily as i heard you on the takeout. it's very fun but how did it come out? >> after the election i wanted to create another space for my journalism and your journalism. people take this in in a longer format and stay with it. >> i heard you call it therapy. >> it is therapy for me? >> what do you mean? what do you mean? >> there's a false compression. you have a 20-minute interview and 30 seconds or seven seconds shows up o air. i wanted to have 45 minutes. we tell every guest nothing is edited. nothing is edited. >> nothing is edited? >> nothing. >> this is the way people receive it as well. they listen to the takeout and they feel a connection. they right in in a way that's different. >> we talk about that with your podcast. i think the listeners
Univision
Dec 11, 2017 7:00am PST
minnesota al franken, quien dimitiÓ de su cargo por acusaciones de la misma Índole . hay destacar que franken pertenece al partido demÓcrata. directivos del departamento de policÍa de los Ángeles enfrentan un dilema Ético y legal. se trata de una lista secreta en la que figurarÍan cientos de oficiales con historial de mala conducta. ni siquiera fiscales tendrÍan acceso a la misma. lo inquietante es que muchos agentes verÍan daÑada su credibilidad al declarar ante las cortes. desde los Ángeles, juan carlos gonzÁlez nos amplia. juan carlos: se le conoce como la lista brady, data del aÑo 2014 y en ella se encuentran nombres de unos 300 libros del departamento de alguacil del condado de los Ángeles que presuntamente han cometido actos delictivos. >> estos oficiales eran corruptos, eran deshonestos, tenÍan antecedentes penales, habÍan cometido delitos, habían abusado de los residentes. juan carlos: de gordo con la lista como el 69 por ciento de las acciones son por acciones deshonestas. 10% por casos de violencia intrafamiliar. el 6 por conducta inmoral, el 5% por robo y el
MSNBC
Dec 11, 2017 7:00am PST
do that for senator franken, why is the president immune to that? >> okay. zero percent to 100%. what are the chances congress will do that? >> i would give it less than 25% at this point. >> that seems generous given this is democrats who would do this and they have no control. >> all fra franken agreed to th investigation. we saw senator tim scott of south carolina yesterday on "meet the press" saying the line we have been hearing a lot, this was litigated in the election. people had that information when they went to the polls. >> i want to ask both of you to stick around. we'll get to you after the break. but i want to thank nick ackerman for joining us. i appreciate your legal perspective on this. >>> but we want to get back to the morning commute coming to a standstill in midtown manhattan after an explosion near the port authority bus terminal. we have the latest from the scene and new information on what we are learning about the attacker. ) the veryirst time i met bruce i saw on his lapel he's got a purple heart. (bruce) we started talking about the service. i outrank
FOX
Dec 11, 2017 9:00am EST
look >> tyler i guess you can say al franken is on santa's naughty list this year. >> what about roy moore? >> which list is he on? >> not really a list. it's more avenue registry. [ laughter ] >> okay. we shall keep this line moving along, hoe had he hoe merry christmas. who's up next. >> hi, stan. i'm jessica. >> merry christmas jessica. >> what would you like from santa? >> i wanted to follow up on tyler's question. is president trump on the naughty list? >> well, you know, santa tries to stay out of political matter. >> later in the exit a little girl said that she learned a lot from what's going on in the news that if you admit what you did something wrong you get in trouble but if you deny it you good tote keep your job. >> will you go. >> little tongue and cheek. >> okay. >> saturday night live pulse no punches with how they feel about what's going on. >> 10:11. jam packed show a ahead this monday among. vi one with hugh jackman. >> kim k opens up about her surrogate. beyonce', the celebrity dish is next. >> t swift fans don't come for me. i like her. i'm just kidding. ♪ thi
CBS
Dec 11, 2017 6:00am PST
for trump to follow in senator al franken's step and resign over the allegations. senator sanders tweeted we have a president who acknowledged on tape that he assaulted women i hope he would pay attention to what is going on and think about resigning. cory booker also urging trump to resign over the reports.>>> tomorrow is the day that voters in alabama will make a decision in one of the most-watched elections in history. will it be roy moore or doug jones, both sides ramp-up, last- minute campaign pushes the president is now taking a bigger role. >> in the waiting lowers of the race, president trump is doubling down on his endorsement of embattled republican roy moore, he reported a robo call going out to voters.>> roy moore is the guy we need to pass our make america great again agenda. >> insisting it is all politically motivated. >> i do not know them or they had no encounter with them, i never molested anyone. >> several republicans are refusing to back him. they say he wrote in another republicans name. >> so many accusations, so many cuts, so many drip, drip, drip. we have
KRON
Dec 11, 2017 4:00am PST
against senator al franken. franken announced his plans to resign last week after several women accused him of groping and forcibly kissing them. the president has denied any wrongdoing. ( james ) happening today... former trump campaign advisers paul manafort and rick gates are expected back court in this morning. both men have pleaded not guilty to charges of money laundering... and making false statements. a judge will decide if manafort should be released from house arrest. special counsel robert mueller's team says manafort violated a gag order by ghost-writing an op-ed while out on bail last month. ( darya )actor danny glover is the honored guest at a human rights day celebration in san francisco. he's known for being in movies such as 'lethal weapon' and 'angels in the outfield' ... as a san francisco native, he regularly does work for unicef.glover says he uses his fame as a way to draw attention to human rights issues around the world. <"there's a history where art has always been a force used as a platform in which people could certainly provide information."">( darya
NBC
Dec 11, 2017 4:00am PST
picker upper. >>> i guess you could say that al franken is on santa's naughty list this year. >> and what about roy moore? which list is he on? >> it's not really a list, it's more of a registry. >> is president trump on the naughty list? >> well, you know, santa tries to stay out of political matters. our president may have said or done a few naughty things. >> 19 accusers, google it. >> okay, can we not -- >> going to get those kids involved, too. >> yeah, it extends into the holidays on snl. >>> keaton jones is a young boy and he's bringing the world face to face with the effects of bullying. this is him. take a listen. >> why do you enjoy innocent people and making them -- it's not okay. >> it really is a heart breaking video to watch. he describes how he's bullied at school. it's been viewed over 21 million times since being posted on friday. it is getting some serious attention from many celebrities including avenger star chris he have enz and mark who invited him to an fair in 2018. social media platforms, thousands have spoken out encouraging jones. i was able to see the entire vi
CSPAN
Dec 11, 2017 7:00am EST
: there's been talk about al franken. what was the decision? was it a political decision or were there bigger issues at play? guest: i think the nation and capitol hill is just reeling with the sexual misconduct allegations and how to handle them. and we are seeing it just play out in realtime here in so many different ways. i think democrats saw that they needed to have the high ground on this. they have been harping on the allegations against the president by the accusers of the president, keep bringing those up. they've been pointing to juck moore. and then when you've -- judge moore. then when you've got your own members of congress accused of this behavior there's a bit of a zero tolerance and they felt they had to make that statement. and you saw it with john conyers. >> trent franks. but to the president's accusers. this focuses again the white house on the accusers that came up during the campaign. guest: the u.n. ambassador broke and said these women need to be heard, should be heard. i think naffs a bit of a shift. you would know better covering the white house. host: reactio
CNN
Dec 11, 2017 4:00am PST
pushing out al franken and john conyers, they feel that, one, it is a discussion they can win and a discussion that american voters are willing to have given all of these reasonable events. that is why we will be hearing more of this. he noted i'm falling on my sword but the guy in the white house is still there even though the allegations against him are worse. >> thank you very much for the conversation. >>> elections tomorrow. let's roy moore wins. what is the senate going to do? there's been a lot of talk. we will ask "the voice" chair of the senate ethics committee what the options is and realities are if roy moore comes to the senate next. feel the power of theraflu expressmax. new power... ...to fight back theraflu's powerful new formula to defeat 7 cold and flu symptoms... fast. so you can play on. theraflu expressmax. new power. your body was made for better things than rheumatiod arthritis. before you and your rheumatologist move to another treatment, ask if xeljanz xr is right for you. xeljanz xr is a once-daily pill for adults with moderate to severe ra for whom methotre
FOX
Dec 11, 2017 7:00am EST
assault allegations and how it's been affecting politics. conyers stepped down, franken who resigned and mull pi tide of other politicians and what we're hearing at axios there's more than 40 potentially representatives and senator who's may become embroiled in this situation as well. so this is problem that's not going away for politicians. >> axios reporting this morning that the accusers now against the president more than against al franken who did step down. we'll hear today from three more women who accused of the president of miss dogs in the past. do you think moore will come forward at this point after somebody steps out and goes on national television and says this is what happened? will that empower others to come forward? >> in terms of, you know, for president trump and there more women they might feel more empowered to come forward. a lot of what happens when someone experiences sexual assault they'll feel they fear repercussions especially when someone is so empowered and perhaps used to be a former boss or someone who used to be in power when you're talking about the pres
NBC
Dec 11, 2017 3:30am PST
. >>> senator al franken announced his resignation this week in the wake of sexual harassment allegations, and yet, uncle bad touch is up four points in alabama. you see, the democrats hold themselves to a higher standard than anyone else, which is why they always lose. it's the same reason the harvard football team sucks, because you also have got to be a rocket scientist to play there, but to play for alabama, you've just got to be able to spell bama. [ laughter ] >> puts it in perspective that way, right? >> that's right. >>> all right, now we want to introduce you to a middle schooler named keeton jones. on friday, he asked his mother to record him after a day of being bullied at school. that's him there. the heartbreaking video has now been viewed over 21 million times. the tennessee titans tight end, delanie walker, he was one of those who saw this video and he sent him this encouraging message. >> our life is shaped by our mind. we become what we think. joy follows a period thought like a shadow that never leaves. always remember that. you can be whoever you want to be.
FOX Business
Dec 11, 2017 6:00am EST
just a fact that this committee was investigating al franken, al franken was essentially pushed out by women of his own party and female senators that they circled the wagons around him and pushed him out. you could hear in the speech, i don't think he was mad at republicans and president trump than as mad as own party members. >> if those are true he doesn't deserve to be senator, black white, i don't think anything has been proven as of yet. maria: we do want due process in the country. let's face it. >> if he's found guilty i don't think he should be representing the people. >> denying all the allegations. denying absolutely. dagen: we need to point out that beverly young nelson, accusers sitting along her lawyer gloria allred admitted in interview last week that this inscription -- >> in the year book, right? dagen: in the year book that she added to it, she put a date on it. maria: that was stupid. she ruins her credibility by doing that. dagen: right. you can look at it and look at the interview online. again, she added a date and she changed -- maria: did he sign the year book o
CNBC
Dec 11, 2017 6:00am EST
money. >> if -- were you there for senator franken's speech >> no, i watched it, but i wasn't there >> so if roy moore gets collected e elected, and he will be seed, does al franken follow? i don't understand why he didn't resign that day. it's like things could change, right? is it -- is he going to resign >> i can't get inside al franken's mind, but clearly he was drummed out. he did not have to quit. he was probably told by chuck schumer, you're going to lose your committee asiepment >> it gives them a platform to attack trump on and tell him to resign i saw cory booker said it on friday he said, look, senator franken has done the right thing when is trump resigning? then almost like it was coordinated. >> it might be i can't get inside their mind. i do think it was drummed out. there was no due process whatever you think about it, you have to have due process in our country. you can't have kangaroo courts you have to allow people to be presented with evidence and to refute it. >> thanks. i didn't ask you about your bitcoin, so i did respect your privacy. >> thank you >> all righ
NBC
Dec 11, 2017 3:00am PST
>>> senator al franken announced his resignation this week in the wake of sexual harassment allegations and yet ufrpg l bad touch is up four points in alabama. you see, the democrats hold themselves to a higher standard than anyone else, which is why they always lose. it's the same reason the harvard football team sucks because you also have to be a rocket scientist to play there. but to play for alabama you just to to be able to spell bama. >> reminder the alabama crimson tide are in the playoffs this year and harvard is not. >> point taken. aki ton jones asked his month thoer to record him after a day of being bullied on school friday. that's him. this video has been viewed 21 million times since with the #stand with keaton trending across social media. many have spoken out in support of jones including actors haley seinfeld who sent him a very special invite. >> i think you are amazing. and what makes you so special is that there is only one you, and i would love for you, keaton jones, to be my date to the pitch perfect 3 premiere on tuesday and if you would like to go be
CNN
Dec 11, 2017 2:59am PST
that. it seems as though with al franken's resignation, this gives them now license to go for the president. >> that's right. this is almost where al franken died for bill clinton's sins. if this is the new standard moving forward -- >> what is the standard? i don't understand what happened with franken. not the idea of whether he is leaving or not, or advanced date in the future when he will leave. but what did he admit? david, help me out. the picture with the hands that kellyanne thinksis groping. they're beating me of the head with that. i thought that was a joke, that he was looking at somebody. what is the standard? >> but he did apologize. >> yes. >> he did recognize these things that he had done. only then did he say i didn't do what i was accused of. >> yeah. i don't get what the standard is. you can't just say, you're over the mason-dixon line, the mendoza line in baseball. nine women accused you, you have to go. i didn't do these things, it was consensual. i don't get the standard. >> i agree. it's fuzzy at the moment. >> part of it is democrats being so eager to define
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