'I'm just sick about the whole thing with the Justice Dept.,' says fmr. Gov. Bill Weld, who is running for the GOP presidential nomination. 'The president and his attorney general... are trashing that entire tradition and with it goes the rule of law.'
Former Massachusetts Governor Bill Weld, who is running for the Republican presidential nomination, tells Ali Velshi that during his 7 years at the Department of Justice, keeping politics out of law enforcement was 'at the core of our professional commitment.'04:00 Share this - copied Former Massachusetts Governor Bill Weld, who is running for the Republican presidential nomination, tells Ali Velshi that during his 7 years at the Department of Justice, keeping politics out of law enforcement was "at the core of our professional commitment." Feb. 15, 2020 Read more: MSNBC
GovBillWeld Well if you did anything in the last 5 years to support any action by Trump (like go along with the narrative that trashed Hillary Clinton) then your lament about the rule of law is hollow. She and a few others knew what he would do. You didn’t listen. You don’t have the range “I’m the President’s wingman” - Eric Holder 2013
soledadobrien Maybe drop your foolish bid and start supporting the Dems It's the only way to get out of this mess The Republican Party is Trumps GovBillWeld Thank you for your voice of reason BillWeld2020 BillWeld MalcolmNance Where is the US court of appeals!!! MaryCarper12 Trump and Barr can't trash the Rule of Law by themselves...the Senate GOP helped them do that! What will be different with another Republican President?
GovBillWeld Good interview, Gov. If you are so disheartened with the GOP, why are you running for the GOP presidential nomination? Sounds contradictory! Trump 2020 Y r there no Republican debates between Weld & Trump like the many Democratic debates we see? Where are his ads? Weld needs to get in his face to show Republicans there is a sane choice. So many probably don't even know he is running- or actually, crawling towards the nomination.
Investigation into former Missouri governor finds 'no evidence of any wrongdoing'A Missouri panel 'found no evidence of any wrongdoing' by former Gov. Eric Greitens following a nearly 18-month investigation into allegations of misconduct by his 2016 gubernatorial campaign, according to a new report 35 For whoever wants to save their life will lose it, but whoever loses their life for me and for the gospel will save it. Mark 8 Let us completely submit to the will of the Lord Jesus Christ in our lives and hearts. Typical...... Misleading allegations to drive people out. Getting worse than Russia around some parts of this country.
This man is a bitter man GovBillWeld . Spoiler alert Lots of russian bots and nonsense below.. soledadobrien He's sick...he's sick...I've been sick since...Joseph McCarthy, Watergate, Iran-Contra, Weapons of Mass Destruction...and well this whole sh*t show...I mean administration.... Clatterbollox rule of law is all sown by the Clatterbollox's in charge,the rule of law is under king of America Clatterbollox king,has spoken & he the Clatterbollox king is the law & need to be removed ASAP.But Clatterbollox's republican keeps king in power.
Formal Gov. Bill Weld, who is running for GOP Presidential, know the President and his attorney general are trashing that entire tradition and with it goes the rule of law. A Republican former Gov can finally admit the truth. America has been waiting for that. Opinion PressSec Tradition is not law Presidence is old law our laws are living document if News media asked questions relevant to the briefings concerns of visting dignitaries concerns of the fed govt If the media whoshow up actually made it off editors cut then there would be balance
just another opportunist using fakenews to forward his lame 'agenda' (personal agenda) I’m a democrat and no matter how much I want a dem. to be president just to show bipartisan I would sacrifice and take any republican other than the traitor that’s in the Oval Office right now. Does he think saying this will get him elected? Seriously?
Msnbc isn’t desperate at all finding people like this to shill for them. It’s very respectable. I guess avenatti isn’t available anymore. Maybe they can bring Matt lauer back to tell us all how deplorable we are for not agreeing with everything they say
Former DOJ insider blasts Bill Barr: He's 'weaponizing' Justice Dept. to shield TrumpAfter facing scrutiny for interfering with longtime Trump aide Roger Stone’s criminal case, Attorney General Barr is now tapping an outside prosecutor to review ex-Trump aide Michael Flynn’s guilty plea. NBC News Reporter Carol Lee and former federal prosecutors Paul Butler and Gene Rossi join The Beat. hypocrisy of the highest order. The DeepStateCorruption is very real Trump's TOADY...……. Simple
Talk about a bunch of malarkey! 😁 Hey Bill, were you concerned when racist gun runner EricHolder said he was Obama's wing man? No you weren't RINO. Bwahahaha Well that's calling the kettle black The law was trashed by the former U.S intel and the Congressionally Democrats. Failed irrelevant candidate’s opinion. Haha
New York prosecutor says former movie producer Weinstein abused his powerNew York prosecutors told jurors that Harvey Weinstein abused his power and push... Who knew Reuters would allow such an empty, pointless, obvious, and lame headline through their editorial staff. I wonder how many times he utters the word trump throughout the day. 🥴 So.. He is dead now wright?
Missing Idaho Boy's Former School Claims Mom Logged in to Classroom Monitoring App Last WeekLori Vallow has not publicly addressed her 2 missing children’s whereabouts Hope they have surveillance on the mom and her hubby.
Knives come out for Bloomberg as billionaire former mayor rises in the pollsDemocratic candidates and President Trump took fresh aim this week at the former New York City mayor who has staked his personal fortune on winning the White House. stableford blrshepherd Bloomberg's mayor of NY decisions: stableford blrshepherd If by knives, you mean critiques of his policies as NYC mayor (for 12 years, not 8, since he had the law changed by the city council, not voters) using his own words & in some cases video, then sure, knives.
As sentencing approaches, Roger Stone turns to former mob lawyer for helpWith his sentencing fast approaching, Roger Stone is bolstering his defense team with a veteran criminal defense attorney whose past roster of clients included John Gotti Jr. and other high-profile figures allegedly involved in organized crime. Of course Fitting. Stone, Gotti. What's the difference?