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Soraia Cakes
25 Mar 202436:58

Summary

TLDRDonald Trump is facing a pivotal day as he arrives at a New York City courthouse for a hearing in his criminal hush money case involving Stormy Daniels and Michael Cohen. The judge could set a trial date, and Trump's legal team is expected to argue for a delay or dismissal due to newly discovered evidence. Additionally, the deadline for Trump to pay a $464 million bond in his New York civil fraud case has arrived, and uncertainty surrounds his ability to secure the funds. The Attorney General may move to seize his assets if the bond is not posted, creating a significant financial and political dilemma for the former president.

Takeaways

  • πŸ›οΈ Donald Trump is expected to appear at a New York City courthouse for a hearing in his criminal hush money case involving Stormy Daniels and Michael Cohen.
  • πŸ“… The judge could set a trial date for Trump's criminal case, which his legal team is attempting to delay or dismiss due to newly discovered evidence from the Justice Department.
  • πŸ’° Trump faces a deadline to pay a $464 million bond in his New York civil fraud case; failure to do so could lead to New York's AG seizing his bank accounts and business properties.
  • 🏦 The $464 million bond is causing Trump significant concern, as it challenges his public image as a wealthy businessman and could lead to the sale of his assets.
  • 🀝 Trump's legal team is arguing for a 90-day delay to review newly handed over documents from the federal government, which they believe could contain exculpatory evidence.
  • 🚨 There is confusion and disagreement over the relevance and potential impact of the 100,000 documents provided by the Justice Department.
  • πŸ“ˆ The bond issue and potential asset seizure are causing internal discussions within Trump's team about how to handle the situation without causing political or financial embarrassment.
  • 🎭 Trump's public statements on social media about having the cash for the bond may complicate his legal stance, as his lawyers argue it's impossible to gather such funds.
  • πŸ”„ The legal and political ramifications of seizing Trump's iconic properties are being considered, with potential effects on undecided voter opinions.
  • ✍️ Trump has filed an appeal against the civil fraud judgment and the amount of the bond, though the outcome of the appeal is uncertain.

Q & A

  • What are the two significant legal issues Donald Trump is facing today?

    -Donald Trump is facing a criminal hush-money case involving adult film star Stormy Daniels and his former fixer Michael Cohen, and he is also dealing with a New York civil fraud case where he is required to pay a $464 million bond.

  • What could happen if Trump fails to appear in court for the hush-money case?

    -If Trump fails to appear in court for the hush-money case, the judge could set a trial date, and potentially, Trump could be the first former president to go on criminal trial.

  • What is the deadline that has arrived for Trump in relation to the New York civil fraud case?

    -The deadline that has arrived for Trump is to pay the $464 million bond in his New York civil fraud case.

  • What action could New York's Attorney General take if Trump fails to pay the bond?

    -If Trump is unable to pay the bond, New York's Attorney General is set to go after his bank accounts and business properties.

  • What is Trump's legal team's strategy regarding the newly handed over documents from the Justice Department?

    -Trump's lawyers argue that they need 90 days to go through all the newly handed over documents from the Justice Department, claiming some of this evidence is exculpatory or helpful to their client.

  • What is the potential impact of the documents from the Justice Department on the hush-money case?

    -The documents are related to the investigation and prosecution of Michael Cohen and could potentially contain information that is exculpatory or helpful to Trump's defense, though the District Attorney believes only a small portion is relevant.

  • What is the significance of the delay in handing over the documents from the Justice Department?

    -The delay in handing over the documents has resulted in the postponement of what was expected to be the first criminal case against Trump before the election, and has caused confusion about what exactly is in these documents and who will benefit from them.

  • What is the strategy of Trump's legal team in relation to the criminal hush-money case?

    -Trump's legal team is seeking to have the case dismissed or postponed further, arguing for a delay of at least 90 days due to the newly handed over documents from the Justice Department.

  • How is the potential seizure of Trump's assets by the Attorney General viewed in political terms?

    -The potential seizure of Trump's assets could be politically beneficial for him as it could be painted as politically motivated, especially the closer it gets to the November election.

  • What is the process for the Attorney General to seize Trump's assets?

    -Seizing property is a complicated process involving legal documentation and enforcement actions. The Attorney General has filed certain papers that would allow her to go after assets, but actually unwinding the ownership structure to seize the properties would take time.

  • How is Trump's inability to post the bond reflecting on his public image?

    -Trump's inability to post the bond is seen as an embarrassment and a blow to his public image as a successful wealthy businessman. It challenges his long-standing brand and identity.

Outlines

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πŸ›οΈ Trump's Court Hearings and Financial Woes

Donald Trump is facing a critical day with two pressing legal issues. The first is his expected appearance at a New York City courthouse for a criminal hush money case involving Stormy Daniels and Michael Cohen. The judge may set a trial date for this case. The second, and arguably more pressing for Trump, is the deadline to pay a $464 million bond in his New York civil fraud case. Failure to do so could lead to New York's Attorney General seizing his bank accounts and business properties. Trump's legal team is preparing to argue for a delay or dismissal of the criminal case, citing newly discovered evidence from the Department of Justice related to Michael Cohen's case. The situation is further complicated by the former president's public statements on social media about the financial situation, which contradict his lawyers' claims.

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πŸ“œ Delays and Document Disputes in Trump's Cases

There is confusion and finger-pointing over the delay in Trump's cases due to the recent handover of 100,000 documents by the Justice Department. These documents are related to search warrants from the Cohen investigation and are years old, making it unclear who benefits from them. The Trump team alleges that the district attorney delayed them from receiving this evidence, while the district attorney accuses Trump's team of intentionally delaying until January to subpoena the information. The delay has postponed what was expected to be the first criminal case before the election. The discussion also touches on the potential impact of these documents on the civil fraud case and the political implications of seizing Trump's assets.

10:02

πŸ›« Boeing CEO Resignation and Trump's Court Arrival

Boeing CEO Dave Calhoun announces his resignation following the Alaska Airlines door plug incident, which he calls a 'watershed moment' for the company. Calhoun and other top executives will leave by the end of the year. Meanwhile, former President Trump is en route to a New York courthouse for his criminal hush money case hearing and the bond hearing for the civil fraud case. There is uncertainty about whether Trump will be able to post the $464 million bond, and the potential actions of the Attorney General if he fails to do so. The conversation also includes speculation about Trump's legal strategy and the potential political fallout from the civil case.

15:03

πŸ’° Trump's Financial Struggles and Legal Maneuvers

Donald Trump's financial struggles are under the spotlight as he faces the deadline to pay a $464 million bond in his civil fraud case. His legal team has not indicated a solution to the financial shortfall, and Trump's public statements on social media suggest he is trying to avoid selling his assets. The discussion focuses on the potential impact on Trump's image as a wealthy businessman and the legal and political implications of the situation. There is also speculation about the potential for Trump to receive financial support from wealthy donors and the challenges of raising such a large sum of money quickly.

20:04

πŸ•’ Trump's Court Hearings and the Bond Deadline

The narrative continues with the anticipation of Trump's arrival at the courthouse for his criminal hush money case hearing and the potential implications of the bond deadline. The discussion revolves around the likelihood of the judge setting a trial date, the potential for further delays in the case, and the financial pressure on Trump to secure the $464 million bond. The conversation also touches on the potential political benefits for Trump from the situation and the strategic considerations for the Attorney General in deciding whether to seize Trump's assets or freeze his bank accounts.

25:05

πŸ—£οΈ Trump's Public Outbursts and Legal Strategy

Trump's public outbursts on Truth social about his financial situation and the legal proceedings are discussed. The focus is on how these outbursts could potentially impact his legal strategy, particularly regarding the bond issue and the appeal process. The conversation also includes analysis of the potential political benefits for Trump from portraying himself as a victim of an unfair system and the challenges he faces in maintaining his image as a successful businessman.

30:08

🀐 Inconsistencies in Trump's Statements and Legal Proceedings

The inconsistencies in Trump's statements about his financial situation and the potential impact on his legal proceedings are highlighted. The discussion includes the political and legal implications of Trump's inability to pay the $464 million bond and the strategies his legal team may employ to address the situation. The conversation also touches on the potential political capital Trump could gain from framing himself as a victim of an unjust legal system.

Mindmap

Keywords

πŸ’‘Donald Trump

Donald Trump is the 45th President of the United States and a central figure in the video. The video discusses his legal issues, including a criminal hush money case and a civil fraud case. His actions and statements are analyzed in the context of these legal challenges and their potential impact on his public image and political future.

πŸ’‘New York City Courthouse

The New York City Courthouse is the location where Donald Trump is expected to appear for a hearing related to the criminal hush money case involving adult film star Stormy Daniels and his former fixer Michael Cohen. The courthouse represents the judicial system's role in addressing Trump's legal issues.

πŸ’‘Hush Money Case

The hush money case refers to the criminal allegations against Donald Trump involving payments made to Stormy Daniels during the 2016 election campaign. The payments were allegedly made to keep Daniels quiet about an affair with Trump, and the case revolves around whether these payments were properly documented and if they violated campaign finance laws.

πŸ’‘Civil Fraud Case

The civil fraud case is a separate legal matter from the hush money case, in which Donald Trump is required to pay a $464 million bond. This case involves allegations of fraud related to Trump's business practices, and the bond is meant to secure the payment of any potential damages awarded in the case.

πŸ’‘Stormy Daniels

Stormy Daniels is an adult film star who was involved in a legal dispute with Donald Trump over an alleged affair and hush money payments. Her involvement in the case is central to the criminal hush money allegations against Trump.

πŸ’‘Michael Cohen

Michael Cohen is Donald Trump's former personal attorney and fixer who played a key role in the hush money case. He was involved in the payments to Stormy Daniels and has been a cooperating witness in investigations related to Trump.

πŸ’‘Attorney General Letitia James

Letitia James is the Attorney General of New York and is responsible for pursuing the civil fraud case against Donald Trump. She has the authority to seize Trump's assets if he fails to post the required bond.

πŸ’‘Truth Social

Truth Social is a social media platform owned by Trump Media & Technology Group. It serves as a platform for Donald Trump to communicate directly with his followers, and it is mentioned in the video as a place where Trump has been expressing his thoughts on the legal challenges he is facing.

πŸ’‘Appeal

An appeal is a legal process by which a case is brought before a higher court for review of the lower court's decision. In the context of the video, Trump's legal team is pursuing an appeal in the civil fraud case, seeking to either reduce the bond amount or have the case dismissed.

πŸ’‘Political Implications

Political implications refer to the potential effects or consequences that legal actions or events may have on political situations, campaigns, or public opinion. In the video, the discussion includes how Trump's legal issues could influence public perception and political support, especially in the context of an upcoming election.

Highlights

Donald Trump is expected to arrive at a New York City Courthouse for a hearing in his criminal hush money case involving Stormy Daniels and Michael Cohen.

The judge could set a trial date for Trump's criminal case, which could be the first criminal trial for a former U.S. president.

Trump faces a deadline to pay $464 million bond in his New York civil fraud case; failure to do so could lead to New York's AG seizing his bank accounts and business properties.

Trump's legal team has not indicated if they have found a solution to the bond issue, and today marks the end of the 30-day grace period.

Trump's attorneys are expected to argue for a postponement or dismissal of the hush money case due to new evidence from the Justice Department.

The new evidence, totaling 100,000 documents, was handed over by the federal government and is related to Michael Cohen's case.

Trump's lawyers claim they need 90 days to go through the new evidence, which they believe contains exculpatory information.

The District Attorney argues that only a small portion of the new evidence is relevant and beneficial to Trump's case.

Trump's legal strategy appears to be delaying the cases as much as possible, especially in light of the upcoming November election.

The documents in question are related to search warrants executed in the Cohen investigation, dating back years and involving campaign finance and tax violations.

There is confusion over why the Justice Department took so long to hand over the documents, with Trump's team suggesting delays by state prosecutors.

Trump is expected to leave Trump Tower soon, heading to the courthouse for his hearing.

Trump has filed an appeal and is seeking to have the entire bond amount waived by an appeals court.

The Attorney General has begun legal processes to potentially seize assets in Westchester County if Trump fails to post the bond.

Seizing property is a complicated process due to how Trump has structured his ownership, requiring a more complex unwinding.

Political considerations may influence the Attorney General's actions, as seizing iconic Trump properties could potentially help him with certain voter groups.

Trump's public claims of having the cash for the bond may complicate his legal team's argument that it's impossible to gather such funds.

The deadline for the bond and the potential start of Trump's criminal trial create a critical day for the former president.

Trump's identity as a successful wealthy businessman is at the core of his public image, and the bond issue strikes at that identity.

Trump's legal team may argue that he should not have to sell off properties, as they believe the appeal could succeed.

Transcripts

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any moment Donald Trump is expected to

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arrive at a New York City Courthouse he

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faces quite a day he does one case that

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could land him behind bars the other

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that puts his fortune his properties and

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honestly maybe his pride at risk Trump

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will appear in front of a judge for a

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hearing in his criminal hush money case

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this involves adult film star Stormy

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Daniels and his former fixer Michael

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Cohen the judge today could set a trial

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date we do expect Trump to speak before

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he go goes into court now this is a

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location he has been known to rant but

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that's not even the most pressing issue

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today for Trump the deadline has arrived

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today for the former president to pay

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the

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$464 million bond in his New York civil

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fraud case if he is unable to do that

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New York's AG is set to go after his

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bank accounts and business properties

00:56

CNN's Caitlyn Collins is outside the

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court in New York City for us uh Caitlyn

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what are you expecting today how is it

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going to play

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out I mean that is a great question

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Sarah could really be anything that we

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are witnessing today as these two crises

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are facing Trump and confronting him

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both here happening in the same city but

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is is at this Courthouse here behind us

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where we are seated here in New York

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where Trump could soon find out when

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exactly he could be the first former

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president to go on criminal trial but as

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we are waiting to figure out what is

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happening with that case of course Trump

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is facing something that is consuming

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him much more and that is this bond that

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he has been unable to have a giant any

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kind of insurance giant underwrite it

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his attorneys have not said in the last

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several days whether or not he has been

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able to find any solution to that and we

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know today is when that 30-day grace

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period lapses which means that the

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Attorney General could move here to

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enforce that soon and you can see that

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this is what Trump is much more

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concerned about when you just look at

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his own social media on Truth social

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posting just in the last half hour about

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this saying that he could be forced to

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sell his quote babies obviously a

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reference there to his assets that could

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be on the line is he is now trying to

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figure out how to handle this solution

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but right now his legal team and the

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former president himself are preparing

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to enter this Courthouse behind us we

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have CNN's Paula Reed and christien

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Holmes here with me as we are often

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always so out here in front of the the

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courthouse and Paula obviously we'll

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talk about what's happening with the

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bond but what's happening behind us is

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remarkable in and of itself because

02:29

today supp to be the first day that

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Trump is going on trial and instead now

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his team is trying to get it dismissed

02:35

at least we know there is going to be a

02:37

delay until April 15th what is going to

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happen inside that court house today so

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this morning Trump's lawyers instead of

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beginning the first criminal trial

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against former president Trump they're

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going to argue for why this should be

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postponed even further they want 90 days

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or dismissed outright because just a few

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weeks ago the federal government so the

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justice department handed over a 100,000

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documents new pieces of evidence now

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this is a state case and this new

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evidence came from the justice

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department related to its investigation

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and prosecution of Michael Cohen who is

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at the heart of this hush money case

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where they alleg Trump paid hush money

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to stormo Daniels ahead of the 2016

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election to help his chances they say in

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that race and then they charged him with

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falsifying business records to cover up

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why he was paying Michael Cohen back so

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Cohen is a key part of this and Trump's

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lawyers argue look we need 90 days to go

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through all of this we believe that some

03:30

of this is exculpatory or helpful to our

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client the district attorney though says

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no actually only a small portion of this

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is relevant and if it helps anyone it

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helps us so we think it's a long shot

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bid for them to dismiss this case but

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what we are looking for today is if they

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set a new trial date and if so is it 30

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60 or even 90 days out and if it's

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delayed I mean that's the question but

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they are ultimately seeking to have a

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dismiss but does Trump's legal team

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really think that that that could be

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what they walk out of this Courthouse

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today with I have not heard that I mean

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when I'm talking to the legal team I

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think that again we know that they'll

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throw anything at the wall and that's

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what they should do right they are

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exhausting every Avenue that's what

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Donald Trump pays them to do is to try

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and delay each of these cases to go down

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every single pathway that they can and

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there's a lot of stuff even when you

04:15

talk about the immunity case in the

04:17

Supreme Court that they don't believe is

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actually going to be successful but one

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of the things they are hoping for here

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is more and more delays particularly

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budding this up against that November

04:27

election when they're talking about

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heading into November they already feel

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like this case of the multiple criminal

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trials or cases that he is facing is the

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most easy for them to paint as political

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so particularly the closer they get to

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the election that for them is a win can

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we talk about what's actually in these

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documents because I know all of it

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relates back as it seems to always with

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this case is to Michael Cohen and

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Michael Cohen himself has said you know

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these are his text his phone calls all

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of these documents that they were unable

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to get their hands on before I mean and

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clearly the pr ution here realizes that

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that were there was a bit of a mistake

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with that because they agreed to at

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least a 30-day delay in this so they

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could sort through it do we know if it

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actually would be anything that's

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exculpatory for Donald Trump well again

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there there's fingers being pointed both

05:13

ways right for why there is a delay and

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for who will actually benefit here it's

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our understanding that most of these

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documents are related to the search

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warrants uh that were uh executed in the

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Cohen investigation so these are things

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going back years about his investigation

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for campaign Finance violations and tax

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violations it's unclear who this would

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exactly help in this case the biggest

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question right now though is why the

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justice department took so long to hand

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this over we know the Trump team

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subpoena this information in January the

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Trump team has suggested that somehow

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the district attorney the state level

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prosecutors have delayed them receiving

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this evidence but the district attorney

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points to them and says no you

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intentionally delayed this you waited

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till January to subpoena this as part of

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your delay delay delay strategy so right

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now there's a lot of confusion about

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exactly what is in these documents who

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will help and why it took so long I've

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talking to I talked to former Justice

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Department officials folks who have

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worked in the southern district of New

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York and and they agree this is very

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unusual and it has already had the

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effect of delaying what was expected to

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be the first and possibly the only

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criminal case to go before the election

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and we know we're going to see Donald

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Trump he's expected to leave Trump Tower

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shortly we're preparing for for him to

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arrive here obviously this is a

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courthouse he's become intimately

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familiar with but it's clear Kristen

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that what's bothering him much more is

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what's happening with this bond that is

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only growing by

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$100,000 a day with the interest his

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team so far has not said that they have

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found someone you know magically to to

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be able to help that after saying that

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they had approached 30 different places

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and not been able to find anything what

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have you heard from people about what

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what they expect to happen today yeah

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almost entirely radio silence in terms

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of whether or not he's going to be able

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to post that Bond and how he would get

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that money or get those assets now

06:57

obviously you've heard from Donald Trump

06:58

I mean this goes to the core of who he

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is this essentially for him is an

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embarrassment because you're talking

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about seizing assets you're talking

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about not having the money to the point

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where he's posting online actually I do

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have the cash but it's really hard I was

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going to put towards my campaign and

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then you have lawyers being like no no

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no he he doesn't actually have the cash

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we should not he he hasn't spent money

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on his own campaign since 2016 exactly

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and and there's been no indication also

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from his campaign since early on that he

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was going to spend any of his own money

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in fact at one point I was told that he

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offered very early on when there was

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very very little money to give a little

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bit and they told him not to because

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they didn't want to go down that pathway

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so no indication at all that he was

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going to give this kind of cash to his

07:38

own campaign but again him claiming he

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has it because here we are talking about

07:44

the fact that Donald Trump does not have

07:45

the assets he needs does not have the

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money to post the bond and that to him

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it hits him at his core because he wants

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to be portrayed as a successful wealthy

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businessman well and I think what

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everyone wants to know is is what the

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Attorney General is going to do today

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because today she can bank accounts she

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could start seizing assets but it it's

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much more complicated than that it's not

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as simple as just going up to Trump

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Tower with the sheriff and then she has

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the deed because how Trump has

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structured his ownership it's something

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that would take a a complicated process

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to actually unwind that what's our sense

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of what the AG is going to do so there's

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legal and then there's political legally

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we know she is laying the groundwork to

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possibly seize assets in Westchester

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County outside Manhattan she has filed

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certain P certain pieces of paper that

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would allow her to go after ask that's

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there but like you said it's a process

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and seizing property is much more

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complicated than trying to seize cash

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assets within Banks but this is a legal

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Avenue she can pursue it's a process

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like you said we don't expect it to

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happen today but there's also the Optics

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there's the political I mean there's an

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argument to be made that if you start

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seizing some of Trump's buildings

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particularly the more iconic ones that

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politically that could help him because

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the idea of seizing personal property in

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a case that they have tried so hard to

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paint as politically motivated that's

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something that that could really not sit

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well potentially uh with certain groups

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of Voters so she has a lot of options if

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he can't post this Bond cash is easier

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to get uh with the proper paperwork than

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it is to seize property but she's

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clearly laying the groundwork and it

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appears that she's eyeing his properties

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in Westchester County if she has to go

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that way yeah and even if it's

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politically beneficial it's still

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something that is clearly uh struck a

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nerve to say the least with the former

09:23

president Kristen and Paulo we will be

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here all morning John of course talking

09:26

about this and waiting to see when the

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former president himself self arrives

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here one thing to note John he has filed

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an appeal and is trying to an appeals

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court to either wave that he has to put

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up that entire Bond we have not heard

09:37

from them yet John they typically only

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rule on Tuesdays and Thursdays yeah it

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isn't clear when or if or how they would

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rule today but nothing on the schedule

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it's also not exactly clear when or how

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or where the Attorney General of New

09:50

York latia James would actually start to

09:52

begin seizing assets or even money so

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we're watching that very closely too as

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the day continues Caitlyn we'll come

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back to you in just a second in the

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meantime there is the breaking news we

10:04

got word that the CEO of Boeing Dave

10:07

Calhoun says he is going to step down by

10:10

the end of the year in a letter to

10:11

employees Calhoun called the Alaska

10:13

Airlines door plug incident a quote

10:15

watershed moment for Boeing he said he

10:18

intends to leave by the end of the year

10:21

so too will the company's chairman and

10:22

the head of the commercial Aviation unit

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let's get right to CN it's Pete montine

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who's got all the latest here Pete what

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if you he learned well the irony here is

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that Dave Calhoun came into Power after

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the max 8 incidents of 2018 and 2019

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that killed 346 people abroad now he is

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leaving as a result of another incident

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on the max line the January 5th Alaska

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Airlines door plug blowout the NTSB

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found in its preliminary report that

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Boeing forgot to reinsert the four

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critical bolts at the Renton Washington

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Factory something that Calhoun self

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described as equality escape the irony

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here is very significant also the

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surprise that Calhoun is not leaving

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immediately and did not leave any

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earlier after he made this personal plea

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on Capitol Hill to the top Senators

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overseeing Aviation that Boeing

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airplanes are safe and that he's made

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pleas to Airline CEOs that have

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apparently lost faith in Calhoun leading

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to his departure at the end of 201 24

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United Airlines CEO Scott Kirby says it

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is in question about whether or not the

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airline will fall through follow through

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with its orders of the max 10 plane also

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there's been a lot of questions from

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Alaska Airlines CEO Ben minucci they

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want $150 million in repayments from

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Boeing and damages following the door

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plug blowout they had to cancel a few

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hundred flights each day as a result of

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those issues there's also some big

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questions here about whether or not this

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should have happened a lot earlier

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there's been so much criticism of the

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workers on the factory floor and they

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did a safety standown and minded by

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Boeing to make sure that every part is

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in place also leaving with Calhoun our

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Stan deal the head of commercial

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commercial airplanes division for Boeing

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also Larry Kelner the board chair at

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Boeing the only other person to leave

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Boeing ahead of this was a relative

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no-name to people uh at home uh the man

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who led the max program uh this is

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really significant here John the fact

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that Calhoun is out now is really

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underscoring the fact the trouble that

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Boeing is in yeah it really shows you

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how seriously they are taking it though

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there are still questions about how

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he'll manage to stick around for the

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remaining weeks and months that he says

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he will Pete montine thanks so much for

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this information Sarah all right former

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president Donald Trump we are seeing now

12:50

leaving Trump Tower heading to face off

12:52

in two cases one which could be the very

12:56

first criminal trial he faces if there

12:58

are no more delay

12:59

and the other that big bond hearing

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where he has to pay $464 million or else

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the AG may start trying to seize his

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assets also the former president lashing

13:14

out on Truth social this morning more of

13:17

our special coverage of head as you see

13:19

Donald Trump heading to that Court we

13:21

may hear from him even in the next few

13:25

minutes we showed you Donald Trump

13:27

leaving Trump Tower and we expect to see

13:28

him arrive any moment at a New York

13:30

courthouse for a hearing in the hush

13:32

money case against him also today he is

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supposed to secure 600 400 excuse me

13:38

$464 million uh for the bond in the

13:42

Civil fraud judgment case that is now

13:44

pending against him yeah he's got until

13:46

today to come up with that money or else

13:49

although isn't exactly clear what or

13:52

else is right now with us now former

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Manhattan prosecutor Jeremy San and

13:56

former Federal prosecutor Jennifer

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Rogers and I do want to be transparent

13:58

here one of things we're watching for is

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to see if Donald Trump talks at the