Sunday Talks: Jay Sekulow -vs- George Stephanopoulos…

Jay Sekulow, a member of President Trump’s legal team and Chief Counsel of the American Center for Law and Justice, discusses ousted FBI Director James Comey’s testimony with Clinton media operative George Stephanopoulos.

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125 Responses to Sunday Talks: Jay Sekulow -vs- George Stephanopoulos…

  1. Nigella says:

    Jay does an awesome job… I can’t use the words I would like to regarding how I feel about Stephwhatever his name is…

    Liked by 25 people

  2. That has been Clinton Hack makes me ill

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  3. Well, he would if I ever watched him….:-)

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  4. tytanshammer says:

    I love how Jay just keeps coming back to the main point. He doesn’t accuse Comey, but lets Comey’s own words accuse himself.

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  5. Why is it always “What will the President do”. Hey, Georgie, the President is NOT under investigation, that part was cleared, so far the crime has been 1)Unmasking and 2)Leaks, 3) untruths told under oath by someone OTHER than the President,
    Jay makes a good point, when Clinton was asked to testify, she did not have to take an oath and notes were not written, yet they want the President of The United States (proven innocent by the way) to take an oath before he testifies, now why is that?

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  6. Johnny Bravo says:

    James Comedy strained after a gnat and swallowed a camel 💥

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  7. Owlen Rose says:

    The big elephant in the room, the questions the MSM will never ask:

    Where’s the Memo?

    Where’s the guy with the memo?

    Comey, under oath said he would “potentially” ask the guy for the memo.

    When will potentially turn into !00%, absolutely he will ask?

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    • MVW says:

      George said ‘cherry picking’ when the subject is an elephant. The lie is in the choice of words, the liar is a twerp with a worm tongue.

      James Comey is a criminal who was the FBI director. If that isn’t an elephant in the room what is?

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      • El Torito says:

        There was no cherry picking. The fact is Comey made some truthful statements and then made some false statements. That does not translate that all statements were true, or all were false. But I personally would assume every word out of George’s mouth is a lie.

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  8. SandraOpines says:

    I am sooooooooooooooo happy Jay is on the Trump legal Team!!!! LOVE Jay ❤

    George Clintonopolous makes me majorly "Nauseous"

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  9. Bert Darrell says:

    Former FBI Director Comey’s credibility and impartiality are not just in the sewer but three post-decomposition levels past it (i.e., total decomposition). He violated norms, rules and laws, and tried to hide all of it by leaking privileged information through an intermediary (throwing the stone, hiding his hand). Moreover, I just learned from this interview that he was assisted in preparing for his congressional hearing by Special Counsel (SC) Mueller, who is now severely compromised and should submitting his resignation tomorrow, no later than 6 a.m.

    The whole story stinks to high heaven. Assistant AG Rosenstein should also reconsider his role in this matter; his selection of SC couldn’t have been more atrocious and raises serious questions about HIS objectivity.

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    • psadie says:

      Rosenstein should resign…who “suggested” he hire Mueller?

      Liked by 7 people

      • Kathy says:

        My assessment of Rod Rosenstein is still in flux, but definitely more favorable after watching Wednesday’s testimony. First, I learned that Rod Rosenstein did NOT give Robert Mueller “full independence in writing” (if he had, it would be impossible to fire Mr. Mueller).

        Secondly, and even more impactful, was how disturbed Democrat Senator Kamala Harris appeared to be with Mr. Rosenstein about this. She became so rude during her interaction with him that she had to be silenced by the Committee Chair.

        In this 6.5-minute video, the intensity ramps up after the first 3.5 minutes: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pECZv4XWByE

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        • Running Fast says:

          Thank you for the link. I suggest everyone listen to this. Mueller is a red swan… a distraction. He is set up to shut up the opposition. He will be shut down this week (imho).

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          • saywhat64 says:

            An outcome that I would love to see but the color of Mueller’s hat is a definite unknown. He was acting director under Bush during and after 911 and was instrumental in the creation of the Patriot Act. He is Comey’s homey and the suspicious hairs on the back of my neck erected as Comey endorsed and praised him several times in Thursday’s hearing.

            Mueller does not have full independence and from what I have seen thus far from Rosenstein it appears thus far that Rosenstein is wearing a white hat and will not let things evolve into more political theater of the Absurd.

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        • Phil aka Felipe says:

          Rod Rosenstein, acting AG to Sen. Kamala Harris:

          “Your assurance of his independence is Robert Mueller’s integrity, and Andy McCabe’s integrity, and my integrity…”

          Don’t know about Harris, but with that cast of characters I have no assurance.

          They are all peas in a pod.

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        • Remington..... says:

          Oh yes…caramelized Harris….our pride and joy in kalifornia. Latest in a long line of closers (without the C)

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        • Sean Supsky says:

          She was angling to be able to trap him and others at a later date.

          The fact that she wanted Mueller to have absolute authority without any type of supervision speaks volumes to me that they were attempting to cook something.

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      • Contrarymary says:

        Thank you psadie, I’ve been wondering the same thing. If the memo leaked on one day, with comeys intent to get a special prosecutor, then, voila, in comes meuller, I want to know who made the selection of meuller and why, especially with him having close ties to comey.

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    • lfhbrave says:

      I remember hearing at Comey’s testimony when asked by Burr that he was not assisted by Mueller in preparing for his testimony.

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  10. David says:

    PRESIDENT TRUMP NEEDS 200 MORE ATTORNEYS JUST LIKE JAY SEKULOW

    All Media Legal Questions to the President Trump administration should be handled by highly qualified Attorneys…since ALL News Media Outlets are writing New Laws that has nothing to do with Law or the Constitution…AND THEY BELIEVE THEIR NEW LAWS ALONG WITH THE VIEWERS.

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  11. Curry Worsham says:

    Sekulow is the best lawyer in the world! He absolutely nailed it and even managed to remind everyone that “you worked for a president, George”.

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  12. psadie says:

    Now we know Mueller’s true intent for he has “hired” a top criminal attorney to assist him with his “investigation.” This is why Jay Sekulow “warned” Mueller to be VERY CAREFUL with his investigation when he should be investigating his “friend” Comey! This is WAR! AG Sessions needs to shut down the Special Counsel for they are wasting OUR MONEY again.

    https://www.axios.com/mueller-adds-muscle-for-russia-investigation-2439721714.html

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    • David says:

      Muller was an uncontrollable factor in part by the Swamp; he is being watched very closely and does he really want to get caught up in Aiding and Abetting in Corruption.

      Muller (like Comey) has a Fiduciary Duty to uphold Legal Standard Policies and Procedures in Investigating/Prosecuting Corruption. They are paid to Uphold these Standards by Tax payers. There could be Legal Exposure (Liability) if Muller doesn’t do his Fiduciary Duty. Everyone will be watching.

      Muller has to know there is going to be many Grand Jury Investigations going back 8-years for all the Corruptions; why would he position himself to be on the wrong side of the Law?

      Christopher Wray (FBI Director) and Sessions are the New non-swamp Legal Team who will apply the Rule of Law before politics. This might give Muller heads-ups on being stupid. (Maybe)

      President Trump has enough evidence (Comey/Muller Historical relationship) to fire Muller at any point in time.

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      • tytanshammer says:

        That’s the beauty of what was done. He’s cornered him into doing his job. If he’s smart, he goes after the real ‘russia’ stuff and makes a name for himself. But the Trump/Russia stuff is a dead deal. He knows it, and the political players know it.

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      • psadie says:

        The Senate needs to move on their confirmation of Chris Wray…then Wray should get his Deputy in there and FIRE Andrew McCabe at once! Let’s move on these swamp rats!

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        • Phil aka Felipe says:

          I say, go ahead and make Wray the Acting FBI Director (Senate confirmation not required for Acting Director). Then immediately fire McCabe. Let Wray get to work serving warrants and let ‘er rip!

          After Wray clears a path for POTUS, he appoints Wray FBI Director. Then start Senate confirmation process.

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      • MaineCoon says:

        Weeks ago I posted similar sentiments. Attorneys compartmentalize. Can’t fathom at Mueller’s age (72) exiting his career and make it his swan song in the sunset years of his life by exonerating corruption. We’ll see.

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      • lfhbrave says:

        The very fact that Mueller freely accepted this appointment bothers me, given the fact that his long direct work/mentor relationship with Comey. It shows the kind of arrogance so prevalently associated with these people in that he thinks he is above this concern – the appearance of conflict at the least.

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    • ALEX says:

      He can go after anything this Mueller including President Trumps business…You watch where this goes…He will probably want his taxes to check for Russian connections etc etc…People have no idea how much power Mueller has…Read the statute…

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      • psadie says:

        I understand that Mueller can go “anywhere” this investigation takes him…but he will DEFLECT from the Clintons for he is part of the swamp AND he wants to live!

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    • luke says:

      I agree with you. Sekukow is a great attorney, no question about it. He seems concerned and rightly so about Mueller. This whole thing stinks. I don’t trust Mueller. If there is way to close this down it’s time to find it and get it done.

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  13. Publius2016 says:

    Mueller is more than compromised. He at a minimum should resign as Special Counsel and whoever hire or recommended him should resign as well. As Americans, we better defend our rights in the public square while we can because the actions of the DOJ and FBI have been wholly prejudiced. They are not serveing the best interests of our country by attempting to preserve their unwanton power.

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    • ALEX says:

      Mueller was already cleared by the ethics review board. He’s not going anywhere and Rosenstein testified Wednesday how wonderful he is when Kamela Harris was wondering how independent he was…Thing is she was worried Mueller would defend President Trump or not be independent enough…

      Sessions has thrown the wrench in all this. Anyone else not recused would have never appointed special counsel so it fell to Rosenstein…

      Liked by 5 people

      • ALEX says:

        I am a 100% supporter of Session. I felt the appointment was a mistake only because he was part of campaign and knew he would recuse himself. Same thing with Flynn. It created problems and whether I like it or not both are not in position to help our President at the moment on important issues…

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      • whoseyore says:

        So then why on earth did President Trump select Rosenstein?

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      • covfefe mariner says:

        An “ethics review board” composed of Swamp Creatures.

        Now why would I have any confidence in that?

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    • psadie says:

      My question is WHY did Mueller and Comey meet before his testimony to the Senate for Comey is his “friend” and one time boss. It seems very unethical to me to do such a thing especially when Comey admitted to leaking info to establish a SPECIAL COUNSEL!!!

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  14. Glad Jay is on the legal team.

    Can Stephy be anymore transparent? Say, I thought he and his wife were going to move to Canada, if President Trump won?

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  15. tytanshammer says:

    Jay is the best thing CBN ever did. They helped him get his start and really become a household name.

    Liked by 5 people

    • psadie says:

      Yes they did and the 700 Club is a great show…very informative.

      Liked by 1 person

    • fred2w says:

      I didn’t know Jay got started on CBN. Thanks for the info.

      I first heard of Jay on his radio show on WAVA here in DC. I’ve been impressed by his constitutional knowledge, smarts and guts.

      President Trump picked a major winner in Jay.

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  16. fleporeblog says:

    That comment about “Finding GOLD behind the walls” tells me he has all the tapes. I actually think only us at the Treehouse and members of our President’s legal team are aware of what our President was referring to in the Times article. That comment about sharing the tapes in the near future and the press being disappointed when he does is also a major tell that they aren’t aware of.

    He said unequivocally for the world to know that he never asked for Comey’s loyalty. That and so much more will come out! They are going to be SHOCKED and will pray it all goes away!

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  17. MDiceman says:

    Stephanopoulos tells Sekulow, “you can’t cherry pick”. Isn’t that what the MSM does ALL of the time?

    Liked by 10 people

  18. rumpole2 says:

    Jay Sekulow has been talking sense for some time.. on Clinton Crimes and now “Muh Russians” and “Muh Comey”

    The fact that Jay is now OFFICIALLY part of Trump legal team is HUGE!!

    He does at least recognize and acknowledge various CRIMES.. and the evidence that indicates them (Probable Cause)

    I EXPECT SOME ARRESTS!!

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  19. Mickie says:

    I am sooo happy Jay is on our side!☺

    Liked by 2 people

    • singingsoul says:

      I hope Session has good protection because we never know what he has to tell the senate. Just because Session was quiet does not mean he did nothing. I worry more about the quiet. I do not think Session knew the depth of swamp he was getting into and how dangerous they are. He is from the old school where gentlemen are gentlemen and a word of good faith meant something.

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  20. roxiellTX says:

    Make Jay Sekulow acting AG since Sessions recused himself.

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  21. El Torito says:

    Add me to the list of Jay Sekulow fans – Let’s demand he speaks at the next MAGA rally!

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  22. Well, it looks to me like Jay Sekulow kept liddle Georgie on the straight and narrow today.
    I hope Jay does a whole bunch of interviews from this point forward; POTUS sure can pick a winning team!!

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  23. Sherlock says:

    My favorite line: “He will continue to run the country and leave the rest to his lawyers.” Sound, sound course of action. Let them talk, let them earn their money. Traps exist if one allows others to speak publicly on these matters. Every person who goes out and gives statements about various aspects of this, or their opinions, informed or not, about what was said in various conversations, for example, will be interviewed by Mueller, and asked how they came to their conclusions. Their emails and phone records will be gone over with a fine tooth comb. Others that they spoke to will then be interviewed, ad infinitum. They will be under a microscope. The attorneys cannot and will not be questioned by anyone, including Mueller and his hunting party. Their conversations with the President are absolutely privileged. Use that shield.

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    • singingsoul says:

      Sherlock says:
      “Every person who goes out and gives statements about various aspects of this, or their opinions, informed or not, about what was said in various conversations, for example, will be interviewed by Mueller, and asked how they came to their conclusions”
      ________________________________________
      I could not agree with you more on letting lawyers handle all aspects of communication concerning the Comey issue.
      It pained me seen Don jr. on Judge Jeannine and he was so upset just letting it rip concerning the whole matter and Comey’s role. I just saw on Yahoo there is Don jr. quoted supposed to have agreed with Comey. I know inadvertently he might have. I know the kids want to protect their father but he has a legal team that is working for him and they need them do the heavy lifting. I feel for the whole family and hope all will be resolved soon and get the sharks neutralized.

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      • Sherlock says:

        Yep, I know exactly which statement you’re referring to. I’ve been boring people for months here, saying “lawyer up, let ’em do their thing”, to the point I know people get sick of hearing it, but, hey, first and foremost goal must be the protection of President Trump.
        Those without legal experience can absolutely underestimate the legal thickets that must be successfully navigated.

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        • fred2w says:

          Great point.

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          • singingsoul says:

            Sherlock I could not agree more.
            This is the time to be mum and only let Lawyers answer. The trap has been set for P Trump and they analyzed his temperament and will push buttons. He now needs to be strong and let his legal team handle it.
            I pray everyday and often this is not just for POTUS but also for our Nation. There can be no misstep and we will be doomed. Pence has no backbone they broke him a long time ago.

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            • Sherlock says:

              Yep. Did you notice snake Shumer seizing on Pres. Trump’s “I will testify under oath” response to the snake reporter to ask that he appear before one of Shumer’s committees? Let the lawyers talk.

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    • Sean Supsky says:

      Sherlock, thanks for your input on matters, it is quite informative.

      Only 2 weeks to go until you see a, let’s say, happening, and you will be happy about it.

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      • Sherlock says:

        Thank you very much, Sean, I appreciate that. The two week date has been marked on my calendar, and I can’t wait!

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  24. WeThePeople2016 says:

    Jay Sekulow is a strong advocate and lawyer for team Trump. So happy to finally have him on board the Trump train!

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    • Sherlock says:

      I’d like to see them hire one to deal exclusively with the issue of obtaining the recusal of Ruth Ginsburg. There will be writes, expedited appeals, you name it heading up there before we’re done. She has made it clear that she hates the President personally. I believe her quote was “If he wins, everything we’ve worked for will be lost.” OK Ruth,
      you’ve made it clear (repeatedly). You can serve “all that you’ve worked for” by ruling against President Trump. You need to go.

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  25. Summer says:

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  26. Mike diamond says:

    George the stephonopholis dude has no respect and never shows any respect,he is just a little cheerleader for Hillary and all the liberals! Jay is very smart and made little George look stupid!

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  27. Remington..... says:

    psadie….I think you a on money. Someone posted a few days ago that the deep state was sick of her, and she was going under the buds. Appears to be so

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  28. cyn3wulf says:

    “you’re cherry picking” Well, yes. Most liars don’t lie about everything or even most things. It’s an odd defense to say that even though you know that 5% of his statements are lies, you must either treat what he said as 100% truth or 100% lie. If you are reduced to telling someone who identifies a couple lies that he is cherry picking, then you essentially have no argument. You should be aware that keeping up the pretense of you having one is fooling nobody.

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  29. Chuck Finley says:

    I think Sekulow did as much as he could could to throw water on Mueller. Ultimately the strategy to get Mueller out falls to Trump and DOJ. Here is hoping it comes quickly.

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    • lfhbrave says:

      The very fact that Mueller freely accepted this appointment bothers me, given the fact that his long direct work/mentor relationship with Comey. It shows the kind of arrogance so prevalently associated with these people in that he thinks he is above this concern – the appearance of conflict at the least.

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  30. ilovevictoriasbows says:

    “Poor George.”

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  31. Lion2017 says:

    Comey leaked the memo in order for a Special Council to be appointed-appointed in one day. Nothing works that fast in DC. Who else was in on this?

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  32. It’s brilliant the way Jay Sekulow added “you worked for a president” right at the end, reminding the world, there on Fake News ABC, that George Stephanopoulos is a snake from the Clinton swamp.

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  33. golfmann says:

    nothing defines the MSM more clearly than a political operative as an anchor…
    ABC is a disgrace to journalism, as are ALL the rest.

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  34. Jay would be a great press secretary

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  35. law4lifeblog says:

    Ok, this is way cool…..Jay is my old boss, and Pres. Trump has needed him from the start!! I knew they were meeting frequently, but it was a real thrill to hear him introduced as part of the legal team for MY PRESIDENT!!!

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    • Sherlock says:

      Yep, having him around from the git go would have been great, but at least we’ve got him now. I’m curious as to who the others are. First two have been excellent picks, more to come I’m sure.

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  36. Bassplayer says:

    Jay’s last comment says it all. “You know that, you worked for a president.”

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  37. ej says:

    If I was ever in the bind, I would love Jay to be my counsel.

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