President Donald Trump Threatens To Close Border Next Week: 'We're Not Playing Games' | NBC News



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House Democrats Begin Public Hearings On Mueller Report | Velshi & Ruhle | MSNBC



welcome back I'm Stephanie ruhle House Democrats are not committing to impeachment proceedings but short of that they are doing everything they can to keep the President and Robert Muller's report in public eye this week that includes two congressional hearings and a full house vote on whether to hold Attorney General William Bar and former White House Counsel Don Magan it's civil contempt first up a hearing in the Judiciary Committee that will feature testimony from John Dean President Nixon's White House Counsel who testified against his former boss during the Watergate hearings back in 1973 Joyce maths is a former US attorney and professor at the University of Alabama law school and she will also be testifying in this afternoon's hearing also joining the conversation Matt Miller a former chief spokesperson for the Justice Department Joyce obviously we should note you are an MSNBC contributor but you are testifying on your own today as a former US Attorney with a whole lot of expertise what can you tell us about your testimony and why you think this hearing is going to be so valuable it's an interesting hearing Stephanie because today when we testify and I'll be there with my former colleague barb McQuaid who is the US attorney in Detroit Michigan when I was the US Attorney in Alabama and we're there not because we have personal political views but we're there to lend our expertise as prosecutors and talk with the committee about how prosecutors evaluate evidence in an investigation and how they compare that and analyze it in light of the legal standards the elements you have to prove in order to establish a crime and and how we would make charging decisions given the the body of evidence that the Moller report has compiled Matt John Dean is going to testify today yes he's an expert on what happened to Richard Nixon 40 years ago but what does he bring to the table because many people are saying it's odd he has nothing to do with this and Republicans of course are saying this is just political theater ignore it you know it's a fair question I don't know if you're a fan of all country music and know that old Charlie Robinson song you're not the best but you're the best that I can do but I think that's a little bit how I think of this hearing today which is not a slide against Joyce obvious she's the best in my book and this hearing is important but look the committee wanted to have a bunch of other witnesses by now they wanted to have Bob Muller before the committee they wanted to have Don began before the committee but they've been unable to get that done so I think what you see now is a two-track strategy so while they go to court to try to compel testimony from witnesses like Don McGann they're going to bring other witnesses like Joyce and John Dean and barb McQuaid who can come in and speak to what the Moller report shows which is pretty clear evidence that the cook the president committed obstruction of justice and a number of occasions most Americans don't know that I think the point of today's hearing is to bring experts in to explain that while the committee separately goes to court to try to get the witnesses from the Muller report compelled to appear then to that point Joyce these hearings are not fact-finding missions John Dean Barbara and yourself were not involved in this administration it seems more that they're simply trying to shine a spotlight and explain more to the American people most of whom have not read the report I think that's right Stephanie this is table setting this is helping people understand the context in which the events that the Moller report examined occurred and and Matt makes an important point and all acknowledge being the best that they can do because the real shame here is that folks who should have complied with subpoenas to appear in front of this committee because Congress has an article one oversight function to comply with the fact that those subpoenas have been essentially ignored is shameful it's a violation of the norms I know people get tired of hearing us talk about norms being violated but these are so essential to the functioning of our government hopefully the American people will begin to see that but here's the issue it's setting a table for those who are already at the table who believe that there is obstruction of justice who are going to be watching this saying hell yes but does it move the needle in any way Matt tomorrow you've got this houseboat does the vote make any difference because even if they agreed to hold bar and begin in contempt here's what gets me does any of it matter when is it going to happen in my little mind I would think subpoenas and being held in contempt would actually cost you something well look I think you're seeing the committee there they're always kind of two things in congressional oversight one is try to move the needle needle on public opinion and I don't know that a contempt vote does that and I think that could the house may actually not hold the two of them in contempt but the other thing that's going to happen on the floor is a very separate second piece of it which is authorize the committees to go to court so while moving that you that may in itself not move the needle on public opinion it gives the committee's the ability to go to court and try to enforce these subpoenas you know I think you've seen as Joyce said a bunch of witnesses just kind of flagrantly thumb their nose at the committee's lawful exercise of their constitutional authority and so what they're what Congress is being forced to do what the house is being forced to do is go to court and what what that vote in the house did we'll do tomorrow is give the committee's a chance to be able to do that more quick so it gives not just the G okay but Intel and banking and all the others who are seeing witnesses from inside out the and outside administration's just completely Stonewall the chance to try to break down that wall hey there I'm Chris Hayes from MSNBC thanks for watching MSNBC on YouTube if you want to keep up to date with the videos we're putting out you can click subscribe just below me or click over on this list to see lots of other great videos

Power Shift In Washington As Pelosi Elected Speaker And Democrats Take The House | NBC Nightly News



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THE LATEST. >> CONGRATULATIONS MA' SPEAKER. >> I NOW CALL THE HOUSE TO ORDER ON BEHALF OF ALL OF AMERICA'S CHILDREN. >> Reporter: BUT NANCY PELOSI'S SECOND SPE SPEAKERSHIP MAY BE BY HIM, A NEW POLITICAL UNIVERSE AS A TRIUMPH PELOSI AND HER PARTY TAKE OVER THE HOUSE. >> MOST OF US PLEDGE WHEN WE DISAGREE, WE RESPECT EACH OTHER AND WE RESPECT THE TRUTH. >> Reporter: SWORN IN DURING A SHUTDOWN STANDOFF, PELOSI'S PROMISING PROGRESS ON CLIMATE, HEALTH CARE AND IMMIGRATION BUT WITH REPUBLICANS STILL CONTROLLING THE SENATE, CONGRESS STILL HAS TO COMPROMISE. DEMOCRATS PLAN MORE INVESTIGATIONS ON THE PRESIDENT'S TAX RETURNS, POTENTIAL CONFLICTS OF INTEREST AND DEALINGS WITH RUSSIA WITH PELOSI NOT RULING OUT IMPEACHMENT. >> WE SHOULDN'T BE I'M PEACHING FOR A POLITICAL REASON AND WE SHOULDN'T AVOID IMPEACHMENT FOR A POLITICAL REASON. >> Reporter: AT CAPITOL A SIGN OF CHANGE AND AT THE WHITE HOUSE, A NEW REALTY. >> I WANT TO START OFF BY CONGRATULATING NANCY PELOSI. >> Reporter: THE PRESIDENT TAKING NO QUESTIONS TODAY. >> I THINK IT'S UNFORTUNATE THAT YOU'VE GOT AN INCOMING SPEAKER TALKING ABOUT INDICTMENTS AND IMPEACHMENT WHEN THIS PRESIDENT IS TALKING ABOUT BORDER SECURITY. >> THE PRESIDENT IS FACING DIVIDED GOVERNMENT, IS HE READY FOR THIS? >> I THINK HE'S READY. HE HAS A GOOD NATURAL RELATIONSHIP WITH NANCY PELOSI AND CHUCK SCHUMER. >> Reporter: DEMOCRATS ON DAY 13 MOVING TO REOPEN GOVERNMENT WITHOUT BORDER WALL MONEY AND THE GOP WILL REJECT IT. >> I WOULD CALL IT POLITICAL THEATER, NOT PROTECTIVE LAW MAKING. >> Reporter: THAT STALEMATE FRUSTRATES COAST GUARD EMPLOYEES LIKE JAMIE JENKINS. >> THAT'S NOT SOMETHING WE WANT TO DO IS SEND LETTERS TO OUR CREDITOR AND SAY WE CAN'T PAY OUR BILLS. >> Reporter: TOMORROW LAWMAKERS ARE INVITED LAWMAKERS ARE INVITED BACK TO THE WHITE HOUSE, THE PRESIDENT

Nepalese Government Considering New Regulations For Mount Everest Climbers | NBC Nightly News



the niffle 'is government is now considering imposing new regulations including health checks and qualification standards for climbers who want to test themselves against Everest this after at least 11 climbers perished so far this year including three Americans Mountaineers blame overcrowding inexperience and greed in Katmandu American Ben Jones has been leading expeditions up Everest for a long time the companies need to take responsibility for the climbers that they're bringing here making sure that they are properly vetted they have enough experience janbu Sherpa told me it's the climbers who have lost respect for the mountain there are lots of climbers who just want to take the box so so that they can say you know they have been to the top of the world 381 permits were granted this year for those trying to reach the top but almost anyone can visit the mountain including actress Mandy Moore who reached base camp over the weekend higher up though dangerous log jams can form as climbers try to summit during a brief two-week window when the weather is just right most of the fatalities this year came on the way down with climbers dying from exhaustion dehydration heart attack stroke or simply running out of oxygen hey NBC News fans thanks for checking out our youtube channel subscribe by clicking on that button down here and click on any of the videos over here to watch the latest interviews show highlights and digital exclusives thanks for watching

Democrats Demand Mueller Testimony | The Beat With Ari Melber | MSNBC



Bob Miller drew a line today saying he doesn't intend to go beyond his written report in any public testimony but somehow stomach rats say tough and there is a lot they may want to ask him about consider that Muller didn't mention the 30 plus indictments his office issued in today's remarks he didn't mention the six Trump aids from the campaign chair to Donald Trump's personal lawyer and Trump or executive who's sitting in prison right now Muller also did not address Donald Trump's attacks on the probe including not only the efforts to remove Muller which are in the report but a lot of other public comments and attempts to obstruct he also didn't address bill bars conclusion that Miller's evidence failed to establish trumpet committed obstruction think about what a big deal that is because we've been talking and reporting tonight about the space between Barr and Muller Wooler didn't even comment on the way that Barr did that implying that it was his call to say there was nothing to be charged and also Muller did not really address most of the elements of the specific acts that he investigated about obstruction Muller also said only Congress can formally accuse a sitting president of wrongdoing today he never used the I word in his remarks although as eagle-eyed Maya Wiley and others have pointed out even not just on this broadcast it's something he did discuss at least in the footnotes of his report so given all those open questions we want to dig into what's left unsaid I am joined by NBC's Julia Ainsley who has decamped from her post at the Justice Department to our Washington bureau and that we're thankful that you are a part of our coverage and former federal prosecutor Glenn Kirchner who worked directly for Bob Muller in the District of Columbia US Attorney's Office Glen you obviously have come on here before and praised Bob Muller and many people understand that but even you I think would have to admit there were things that he chose not to address today that could have been useful Ari I'm gonna make the case controversial though it may be that Bob Muller does not need to testify before Congress and here's why first of all prosecutors don't testify about what witnesses said in courtrooms around the country every day instruct juries that the words of a prosecutor and the words of a defense attorney are not evidence the evidence are the words that come from the mouths of the witnesses that's point number one we don't need Bob Muller to say oh don McGann told us that the president told him to fire special counsel and when he refused the president told him to lie we need don McGann to say that to the American people and to Congress number two I suspect that a congressional appearance by Bob Muller would turn into a circus the Democrats would probably want to ask him about oh I don't know Hillary Clinton's emails and the Democrats and the Democrats we want a point number one is important because as you say we're not looking to do a lot of here stay and redo point number two I'm gonna call you on that's a fine argument against congressional hearings for now and for a long while the way they go before I turn to Julia I want you to address the the issue in today's remarks he did choose to speak about certain things he downplayed any issues with Donald Trump's hand-picked AG do you think it would have been more constructive to meet them head-on I mean I would love to have a beer with Bob Miller and for 12 hours hear everything that he thinks about the probe but that that great intro that you did with all of those questions Ari you know they're all interesting they're all things we want to know the answer to but none of them go to the core of whether this president committed impeachable offenses and to get to that and to call away everything else we need the witnesses Julia you've had a front-row seat you have been dealing with a lot of the primary folks close to this what is your view of those unanswered questions and as we reflect on this day what's what's your view of what we've learned well I think we've learned that Robert Muller did leave the door wide open to Congress to come in and answer some of these questions because you're right he didn't get into the i-word he really hasn't answered the fundamental question that he was charged with was which was did the president commit a crime now he went back today and said that he was appointed to find out if there was conspiracy between the Russian government and the Trump campaign and so it was worthwhile to look at all of these things even if you couldn't indict a sitting president because there are people around the who need to be investigated and it's important to memorialize the evidence apps you have it and not wait until this president is out of office and of course he wanted to explain why he wanted to look at obstruction because that is at the heart of our justice system but the think the key quote that we all jotted down in real-time as quickly as we could is that he said the criminal justice system is not the place to write do you know this part of the criminal justice system is not the place where you take the wrongdoings of a president so he's leaving that door wide open which is which again to be clear is not the impression that Barr left when he said oh it's a jump ball I got a deal with it and that's so important I want to play one more part of Muller since it was him speaking out as a Glenn do you know the expression word is bond word is bond sure Bob Muller gave his version of that here and I think it bears repeating we touched on this earlier in our coverage but for viewers around the country watching he is saying very clearly my word is my bond my report is my testimony and as you've been arguing Glenn it's now time for Congress to put up or maybe shut up take a look now I hope and expect this to be the only time that I will speak to you in this manner there has been discussion about an appearance before Congress any testimony from this office would not go beyond our report the work speaks for itself and the report is my testimony Glenn your bottom line his his word is his bond has reported his testimony and now we can spend lots of time over the coming weeks debating whether Bob Muller will or won't testify will it be public behind closed doors or a hybrid or we can focus on why the White House is trying to prevent people from coming before Congress and testifying when frankly they have no right to stomp down on those witnesses that I think is what people should be focusing on at this point and and Julia I'm over on time but in a sentence or two do you think this is the last time we'll hear from Bob Muller on this issue it appeared to be so that the last thing I would say is that to Glenn's point when the president says versus having a do-over it's clear from Robert Muller that it's not a do-over in fact it might be the necessary course of action Glenn and Julia thank you so much hey I'm 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President Donald Trump Asserts Executive Privilege Over Mueller Report, Nadler Responds | MSNBC



as we have been watching this vote roll call vote go down it's just the very beginning as Pete noted of this committee hearing we have received a statement from the White House from Sarah Sanders regarding executive privilege this is literally popped into our inboxes within the last 30 seconds we're going to read it to you here as we wait for this hearing to continue Sarah Sanders says that the American people see through chairman Adler's desperate ploy to distract from our president's historically successful agenda and our booming economy saying neither the White House nor Attorney General bar will comply with Chairman Adler's unlawful and reckless demand Sarah Sanders goes on to talk about how transparent she says the Attorney General has been through the process accusing Democrats on the committee of not liking the results of the report and wanting a redo this is a critical point here Sarah Sanders says that faced with chairman Adler's when she calls blatant abuse of power and at the attorney general's request the president has no other option than to make a protective assertion of executive privilege Pete I want to go to you to explain and put into context with a protective assertion of executive privileges this president is not the first to make that assertion right well I guess what she's saying is that he has made that assertion what what that means is there's a there's a a long-standing memo that goes back to the Reagan administration that sort of sketches out how the federal government is supposed to do this so what they do is they basically say okay we're claiming executive privilege people yeah I'm gonna interrupt you only because they are reading now the report on contract you want to listen into this as we're opening statement today we consider a report recommending that the House of Representatives hold Attorney General William bar in contempt of Congress for defying a valid subpoena issued by this committee this is not a step we take lightly it is the culmination of nearly three months of requests discussions and negotiations with the Department of Justice for the complete unredacted report by special counsel Muller into Russian interference in the 2016 election along with the underlying evidence I appreciate the fact that the Department responded to the offer we made to them last week and met with us yesterday in a last-minute effort to reach an accommodation we heard the depart we responded to them in good faith and after all was said and done we unfortunately were still unable to reach agreement and we proceeded with our markup today as I have said before we remain ready and willing to consider any reasonable offer made by the department even after today's vote but if a letter I received late last night from the department is any indication I am concerned that the department is heading in the wrong direction in response to our latest good-faith offer the department abruptly announced that if we move forward today it would ask President Trump to invoke what it refers to as a protective assertion of executive privilege on all of the materials subject to our subpoena just minutes ago it took that dramatic Stephani besides miss applying the doctrine of executive privilege since the White House waived these privileges long ago and the department seemed open to sharing these materials with us just yesterday this decision represents a clear escalation and the Trump administration's blanket defiance of Congress constitutionally mandated duties I hope that the department will think better of this last-minute outburst and return to negotiations as a co-equal branch of government we must have access to the materials that we need to fulfill our constitutional responsibilities in a manner consistent with past precedent this is information we are legally entitled to receive and we are constitutionally obligated to review and I would remind the members that the mollow report is no ordinary run-of-the-mill document it details significant misconduct involving the president including his campaign's willingness and eagerness to accept help from a hostile foreign government numerous Mis statements if not outright lies concerning these act those acts and eleven separate incidents of obstructive behavior by the president that more than 700 former prosecutors have told us warrant criminal indictment if Congress is not in tied with full unredacted Mullah report one must wonder what document we would be entitled to our exhaustive negotiations with the Department of Justice have unfortunately left us back where we began with unprecedented obstruction by the administration that has now announced its intention to block all attempts at congressional oversight of the executive branch it is our constitutional duty to respond let me be clear the information we request we are requesting is entirely within our legal rights to receive and there's no different that from what has been provided to Congress on numerous occasions going back nearly a century but we do not need to go back that far to find the precedent as recently as the last Congress under Republican control the department produced more than eight hundred eighty thousand pages of sensitive investigative materials pertaining to its investigation of Hillary Clinton as well as voluminous other material relating to the Russian investigation and other ongoing investigations that production included highly classified material notes from FBI interviews internal text messages and law enforcement memoranda with respect to grand jury information in past cases involving allegations of presidential misconduct or misconduct by other high-ranking public officials the Department of Justice as a matter of course has sought the permission of a court to release relevant information to Congress if not to the public notably this includes several cases that were not impeachment inquiries including the investigation into former agriculture secretary Mike SV and the iran-contra investigations as well as other investigations that were not governed by the Independent Counsel law but no matter the fact that the law and history clearly support the release to Congress of this kind of information the Trump administration has taken obstruction of Congress to new heights unfortunately the Attorney General has been all too willing to support the president in this endeavor I would also like to respond to two of the concerns often raised by my good friend the ranking member he asks how can the committee hold the Attorney General in contempt for merely complying with the laws on the books and how can we hold him in contempt when I have refused an offer to allow me to see certain redacted portions of the report the answers are simple first we issued a valid subpoena for the full report and all of the underlying evidence the department has come nowhere close to satisfying its obligations under that subpoena the department has never cited a legal basis for withholding the underlying evidence including last night's threat to invoke executive privilege which was utterly without credibility merit or legal or factual basis as is of course the assertion of or the statement that they will assert the executive privilege by the White House this morning to the extent that we have asked for access to grand jury information which is protected by federal law all we have ever asked is that the department join us in petitioning the court to determine if it is proper for us to have access to this material could the department as I said has done this on many occasions in the past we asked for a commitment to join us in that effort again last night as it has done in many previous cases and the department refused second with respect to the offer to limit and to lift some of the redactions for me and a handful of my colleagues the department is placed unacceptable limitations on access to that information their offer would block the members of this committee from reading those sections of the report for themselves it would require me to leave my notes behind at the Department of Justice it would prevent me from speaking with my colleagues with other members of the committee about what I might see what good is it of what you scan this committee make of information that I have but can't discuss with any other member of the committee I have consistently stated that if we are to do our jobs as members of the House Judiciary Committee all of the members require meaningful access to the report and the underlying documents we need to be able to confer with each other about what we have seen we need to be able to take official action on what we have seen if warranted and if necessary we need to be able to inform a court of law of what we have learned even if perhaps under seal if we can find an accommodation that satisfies those basic principles I would be happy to continue negotiating with the Department of Justice but now by invoking executive privilege and all of the materials subject to our subpoena that process has come to a screeching halt the administration has announced loud and clear that it does not recognize Congress as a co-equal branch of government with independent constitutional oversight authority and it will continue to wage its campaign of obstruction when the administration says it will oppose all subpoenas presumably regardless of its merits it is saying that it does not recognize Congress having a constitutional oversight authority over the executive branch and to those who consider the matter case closed in the words of some of our leaders and whoever just to simply move on I would say that to do so is to announce loud and clear that such a course of action as the effect of aiding and abetting in the administration's campaign of total blanket and unprecedented obstruction the Trump administration and its enablers may brazenly try to govern to cover up the misdeeds uncovered by the Special Counsel but in this committee we will represent the American people and ensure the truth is known I urge my colleagues to think about how the department's latest position and their insistence on ignoring our subpoena effects our committee over time our fight is not just about the Mullen report although we must have access to the Mullen report our fight is about defending the rights of Congress as an independent branch to hold the president any president accountable every day we learn of new efforts by this administration to stonewall Congress and through Congress to stonewall the American people the Ways and Means Committee has been denied the president's tax returns when the law states clearly that they are entitled to them upon request the chairman of the Oversight and Reform Committee has been sued in his personal capacity to prevent them from acquiring certain financial records from the Trump Organization the president has stated that his administration will oppose all subpoenas and in fact virtually all document requests are going unsatisfied witnesses are refusing to show up at hearings this is unprecedented if allowed to go unchecked this obstruction means the end of congressional oversight as a co-equal branch of government we should not and cannot allow this to continue or we will not be a co-equal branch of government I urge my colleagues whether or not you care to see the full Mali report and we should all want to see the complete report too stand up for the institution we are proud to serve I expect that we will have a full debate today on the measure before us I hope that at the end of it we will do what is right no person and certainly not the top law enforcement officer in the country can be permitted to flout the will of Congress and to defy a valid subpoena no person not the Attorney General not the president can be permitted to be above the law that is what is at stake today I urge all of my colleagues to support this report hey there I'm Chris Hayes from MSNBC thanks for watching MSNBC on youtube if you want to keep up to date with the videos we're putting out you can click subscribe just below me or click over on this list to see lots of other great videos

2020 Democrats React To Mueller Statement On Obstruction | NBC News



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