today to cnn's jennifer hansler. >> i don't understand why i'm stihl sitting here. my bags were packed. i'm ready to go home. i just need an airplane to come and get me. i was led to believe that things were moving in the right direction and that the governments were negotiating and that something would happen fairly soon. >> back in washington, mixed reaction with lawmakers and both parties welcoming griner's release. republicans mostly, although not exclusively underscoring the downside. >> i'm glad an american's coming home. she was arrested for a trumped up charge. but to exchange the merchant of death for this? it's made us weaker. it's made putin stronger, and it's made americans more vulnerable. >> it's a view or at least a concern shared by some democrats as well. the administration, though, defending the deal as that is the best they could get. >> this was not a choice of which american to bring home.
arrested now? you have lied, either you're lying intentionally or lying on behalf of a client. tell me why this is a step in the right direction and not just more wasting of time that we have seen over the last four or five months? >> first off, jason, i will see your hit them up records and raise you one why reference and say that when you come for the former king, you can't miss. what i mean by that is, they are making sure that they have taken every step to get as much information as they can before proceeding with an indictment and a prosecution of not just donald trump but eloquently put, his staff, label, and everything else. there are two very telling things about today's activity in court. the first of which is jack smith is not playing around. he's not merrick garland, not waiting. he's moving forward. i think this notion of trying to find him in contempt is actually a significant indication of the fact that he is not going to allow the trump team to continue
placed him on a trends blacklist. that means your tweets can't trend and if they can't defend p trend that means they are censoring you and your wider message can't get out you mentioned some conservative voices, like charlie kirk, his twitter account was hit with do not amplify. that also means there is no way for charlie kirk or whatever he treats to trend and he's made this a public fight. he has noticed this, he has brought this out, and he has toll everybody that this is happening. of course, twitter would say all the time, no, because we don't do that. we can certainly expect more conservatives to appear on the list, considering the evidence has pointed in that direction for years. but in 2018, the head of legal policy, as you say, stated we don't shadow ban. here's the big thing. the drop we understand, we hope, will have some moral information on what exactly the f.b.i.'s role was in warning twitter
dealings. i think the silicon valley twitter crowd, i think they have behaved very badly, but i wonder, laura, if this is actually at the direction of the american government, then we have an even broader discussion to talk about than just silicon. >> laura: i think we're just scratching the surface and i think these tactics that twitter employed pre-musk, they are being used on a whole series of medical issues. we've talked about them on "the angle," whether it's sex change operations. there is an entire effort to suppression speech or an honest discourse, and doctors are afraid to speak out. dr. bhattacharya, you gave an enormous amount of information to us over the last 2 1/2 years. wee eternally grateful to you. i know you didn't plan to do tv tonight so we really appreciate it. thank you. joining me now is newt gingrich, former house speaker and fox news contributor. my question to you is, why can't
kremlin and particularly vladimir putin, that there might be some use of a nuclear weapon, albeit a tactical nuclear weapon, in other words, a relatively small device that could be used on a battlefield. not only would it be, of course, catastrophic, but it could unleash something much more terrible in the opposite direction. according to olaf scholz, the chances have gone down, he says communications with vladimir putin about the international community's red lines. and certainly it has been a message coming from the white house and others around europe that any use of even a limited nigh clear device would be met with a ferocious response from the international community. but vladimir putin saying that they wouldn't come from them first, saying that, we're not mad n his words, and that russia isn't going around the world holding the nuclear knife to people's throats. of course, that is exactly what the kremlin has done in previous
four years. he spoke exclusively today to cnn's jennifer hensler. >> i don't understand why i'm still sitting here. my bags were packed, i'm ready to go home. i just need an airplane to come and get me. i was led to believe that things were moving in the right direction and that the government was negotiating, and that something would happen fairly soon. >> back in washington, mixed reaction with lawmakers and both parties welcoming griner's release. republicans mostly, though, not exclusively, underscoring the downside. >> i'm glad in americans coming home. she was arrested for a trumped up charge. but to exchange the merchant of death for this, it's made us weaker, it's made putin stronger, and it's made americans more vulnerable. >> it's a view, or at least a
past a tradition. so you guys just act like everybody else. jack like everybody else. you want some special principles. no, we are in a unique situation with special trauma, and you guys need to respond. it is a failure of the tradition. >> will it also mean that you are posing the direction of. it may be intentional that not to provide or you have to go to what we went through. but there is something different. >> they're just intentionally not to provide some sort of, you have to go through what we've gone through. but there's something different annette. she is a black, women entering the monarchy, it is different. the history of the monarchy is different. this aspect of, it as a black woman -- >> difference one way to put. it >> but different at the idea of -- >> and they deserve -- >> and that's what we have to think. about >> and here's the reality -- they deserved the support of their family. they deserved a family that could listen, and could adapt, and they didn't get. that >> and if you want to say that she is a crybaby and she's a prima donna, et cetera, et
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