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f the interview with the president's relatives in kenya on cnn's newsroom. watch tomorrow and friday at 3:00 eastern only on cnn. that is it for me. thanks for joining us in "the situation room." erin burnett "out front" starts right now. tonight, breaking news. sandra bland, the young black woman who died in police custody, told a jail official that she had previously tried to commit suicide, this according to jail records. this is as police release video of her arrest. bland's sister is "out front." will the real donald trump please oh please stand up. he tells cnn he has to fight back against lindsey graham. he is promising to change his tone if he becomes president. terrorist chatter on the eve of the president's trip to one of the most dangerous countries in the world. let's go "out front."
good evening. i'm kate baldwin in for erin burnett. "out front" tonight, breaking news. sandra black the woman who died under miss tiereer mysterious circumstances in a jail cell. tonight, we are learning that bland told a jail official that she tried to kill herself. that is according to a newly released jail document. police reported that bland hanged herself in her cell even as the family insiflted that the vibrant young woman who just landed a new job had every reason to live. it's the dash cam video taken after she was pulled over for failing to signal a lane change that's gone viral and fuelled an explosion of nationwide interest. >> get out of the car!
now! >> for failure to signal? >> that is the focus of a lot of speculation. the original version released by police raised questions about whether it had been edited. take a look at the white car in the video. it repeats. police insist that the video simply had glitches when it was uploaded and today they released a new version. much more on that in a moment. first, let's get to ryan young starting our coverage. ryan a major development in this story. bland apparently admitting to a previous suicide attempt, accord according to jail documents. tell us more. >> reporter: officials releasing the documents to us. every time an inmate is booked in here to the jail they fill out a form. of course the inmates have to tell them about their health. on page two it says in 2014 that she lost a baby and she tried to commit suicide. it says it right here that she
tried to use pills to commit suicide. that's on page two of the intake form that sandra bland had when she walked in here. on page 4 it states sandra bland states to the people here at the jail that she had epilepsy. on that same page you can see it it says have you ever attempted suicide? and that mark -- that box is marked no. on page four it says no. on page two it says yes. it's a little unclear. jail officials giving us this document with the details that clearly says in 2014 sandra bland tried to commit suicide after losing a child. this coming from the sheriff's department here. we talked to the sheriff yesterday when he showed us the inside of the krillcell. he was convinced she committed suicide in the cell. one of the questions that will be raised if she marked yes on this why weren't officials checking on her more often? why was she left alone? that's something we will ask and see what's going on and the documentation between page two and four. the information coming out in
the last hour or so about the fact that it was marked here that she tried to commit suicide after losing a child. >> thank you. making all of the circumstances more tragic. of course now raising more questions rather than offering answers, which is what folks need. ryan young, thank you so much. texas officials, they are pushing back against claims that the department of public safety edited the dash cam video of sandra plannedbland's arrest. they have released another version of the tense struggle. miguel marquez is "out front." >> reporter: under pressure the texas department of public safety released a new version of the dash cam video showing the arrest of sandra bland. the initial video had at least six video but no aud know anomalies. this car disappearing several times. the tow truck operating jumping from outside to inside. the new video is three minutes shorter than the original because it had several screens that were repeated.
texas authorities saying it was an error in uploading. >> it's their reputation. it's their professionalism. it's everything. and yet, they uploaded something that apparently had flaws. >> reporter: the altercation caught on that video between bland and the trooper off camera is disturbing. >> you are [ bleep ]. >> stop now! >> you are slamming my neck in the ground. i have epilepsy. >> good you are going to jail for resisting arrest. >> reporter: the incident started normally enough. >> how long you been in texas? >> got her -- >> pulling her over for a lane change violation. after checking her license and registration he returns to the driver's side. the tone changed. you okay? >> i'm waiting on you. this is your job. i'm waiting on you. >> you seem irritated. >> reporter: seconds later the
trooper annoyed by the answer. >> you mind putting out your cigarette. >> i'm in my car. why do i have to put out my cigarette? >> you can step out. >> it's not against the law to smoke in your car. >> reporter: the situation escalates. the trooper demands she exits 11 times finally saying she's under arrest. >> don't touch me. i'm not under arrest. you don't have the right. >> you are under arrest. >> reporter: they argue and struggle. finally pulling his taser, issuing this threat. >> get out of the car! i will light you up. get out now! >> reporter: in the officer's affidavit written after the arrest neither the cigarette nor the taser are mentioned. she's charged with assault. but he told her she was under arrest before the alleged assault ever happened. >> i don't see anything here for being arrested for the motor vehicle violation. i don't see arresting --
resisting arrest here. it's just all one complaint for assault of a public servant. i have a problem with that. >> reporter: the other concern raised in this video is that you hear a long conversation that he has with a superior after all of this is done. in it he stresses his side of the story and over and over again saying how he tried to deescalate the situation, how he gave her time to deescalate. never indicating how serious it became. never indicating some of the force that he used in pulling out the taser and insisting she put out the cigarette. all of that now under investigation. >> absolutely. you see it right there on that tape. miguel marquez, thanks so much. now is sandra bland's sister as well as an attorney thank you both for coming in and taking this time. it cannot be said often enough in the circumstance i'm so sorry for your loss and what your family is going through in
such a public fashion at this moment. thank you very much for joining us. as you just saw in the police have released a new version of the dash cam video without the technical glitches as they described it. with that are you now satisfied with their answer that the video was not tampered with? >> hi kate. i appreciate the condolences and want to say, no i'm not. i think one of the things that has appeared consistent in some of the documents and evidence that we have been given is that there are levels of inconsistencies, one version comes out, then there is another. i have concerns there. they are ongoing. >> and an ongoing investigation into what happened as the trooper is on administrative leave. you don't think your sister should have been stopped. you don't think your sister should have been arrested. what do you think should happen to this trooper involved? >> i think that the trooper
should take accountability. it's not just on him. it's on the public service industry as a whole. you know want to be clear about the facts that she was pulled over for a truly routine traffic stop that i do believe was petty. just didn't make sense. and honestly she should have been sent on her way. it was a beautiful day out. he initially started giving her a warpning and didn't luke her response and decided to escalate the situation. >> now then we talk about what then happened to her in that jail cell three days later. we're now learning as painful as this is sharon from the police from the sheriff that your sister according to these jail documents told officials that she had previously tried to kill herself. were you aware of a previous suicide attempt? >> i'm going to stop you there. that's what they are saying that those documents say. i will also point out that with regard to the documents that you
are referring to there is discrepancies in those very documents. so it's really difficult to ask someone to accept the veracity of documents when there is a plethora of inconsistencies within the document. >> that is for sure. there are inconsistencyies as we are pointing on. on one page yes. on another page no in terms of a previous suicide attempt. as your sister were you aware of this? it gives some detail of why there was a suicide attempt. were you aware of this? >> no i was not. it's the first time we're -- i'm hearing about it. we don't have a copy of those documents to refer to. so no. >> i mean i guess it's impossible to really understand. what's your reaction when you hear this then? >> it's still frustration. you know it's just -- i have a
hard time dealing with inconsistencies. it seems to have been the theme over the last couple of days here. so i don't have a problem still asking questions. >> just like the trooper tried to suggest that he deescalated at the scene, it strikes me that there's an effort sometimes that people will endeavor to engage in where they try and put themselves in the most favorable light. you know we have problems with what we're being given. >> a lot of inconsistenties and a tragic loss regardless for you and your family. >> i just would like to say this. i'm just going to say this one last thing, too. this is an extremely significant case an extremely significant situation. and to have fumbles this frequently you know, it's hard to get your mind around. and you have to ask yourself what those fumbles really mean. >> a lot of questions that
demand answers. that's for sure. sharon, thank you so much. >> thank you. next donald trump fighting back. telling cnn this. >> i guess it was lindsey graham who called me a jackass. am i supposed to say it's okay? you have to fight back. a major breach of security. the schedule for airports is publically released raising concerns for the president's safety as he visits a very dangerous country. this driver loses control of his car to hackers. no brakes on the highway. i will ask one of the hackers how he pulled it off. i am totally blind. and sometimes i struggle to sleep at night, and stay awake during the day.
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the fighting donald trump staying true to form and picking fights tonight with his rivals. he is still not letting go of the fact that lindsey graham called him a jackass on this very program. here he is donald trump, with anderson cooper. >> i get called all these horrible names by lindsey graham who i don't even know. i didn't start it with lindsey graham. i couldn't care less about him. he is registered at i think zero in the poll. by rick perry from texas who was
in my office a few years ago. i posted a picture of him looking for support and money. people say, i call it a hypocrite. they are saying horrible things. i don't know these people and they are saying these -- am i supposed to, you know just say, it's okay for them to say -- one guy i guess it was lindsey graham called me a jackaass. am i supposed to say it's okay. the country has to fight back. everyone is pushing our country around. we can't allow that. >> is it presidential? >> i think it's presidential. >> to give out a personal phone number? >> that was a long story. you have to see the whole story. that was a whole story where he wanted to get on "fox and friends" and he called me up. he wanted to come in for campaign contributions. then he hits me years later and i happen to have this phone number. i held it up. this guy was over here and actually -- as you probably know the room was packed. it was standing room only.
they had other theaters that were overflow crowds. they had television into other rooms. the place went wild. we all had a good time. >> we all had a good time watching i guess we could say. anderson is joining me. >> except for lindsey graham. >> if you ask the perfect question which is if you are like this on the campaign trail what will you be like in the white house? >> right. because jeb bush yesterday was hitting donald trump saying his language is divisive and that's not a good thing. yeah i was curious to see what he would say about how he would actually govern. is this how he would be if he makes it to the white house? take a look. >> is that presidential? >> i think so. >> is that something as president -- when you are approached by something in congress would you give out their personal phone number. >> i was hit unfairly. somebody hitting me saying what a bad guy i am, was up in my office asking for money and asking if i can get him on television. >> if you are president of the united states you will be hit
by half the country that's not going to like you. are you going to call them dumb? >> no. it's a little different. i'm trying to do something to make the country great again. politicians will never make this country great again. >> you would change your tone? >> i think so. >> he elaborates on that. he asked him using george w. bush's term, would he be a uniter? he feels he would be a uniter. it was interesting to feel how he believes he is on the campaign trail versus as president. >> it seems he is thinking it through. he is thinking he would -- he thinks he will change his tone when he is in the white house. >> i mean this is a guy -- his supporters will say this is a guy who has been operated in the business world successfully. can get along with other people. clearly, can motivate people. why couldn't he change his tone? >> his supporters will say, don't change. this is what they like. >> absolutely. >> more coming up the big news
with sandra to bland, more with anderson and trump. thanks. lindsey graham he is now changing his cell phone number after trump revealed it on live tv. one of the most shocking and bizarre moments of this campaign thus far. graham appearing in this video seems to be making the most of this feud with the donald as he calls him. ♪ >> if all else fails, you can always give your number to the donald. this is for all the vets. >> donald trump's campaign manager. corey, your candidate is saying he will change his tone as president. in the five weeks that he has -- since he announced he is running, we have heard what
seems like nonstop insults in that tone and it's not changing. he prides himself in that. how do you expect voters to believe he is going to be different in the white house? >> what i think is the american public is ready for a leader. not politicians. someone willing to stay and do what it takes to make our country great. we see evidence in the latest polls, the last two polls has him the frontrunner in the gop race. i see it when we stop places like yesterday in south carolina where people say thank you for telling the truth. we need someone like you. >> what's the tone change in the white house? he says he is thinking about it. >> he understands how to negotiate. he understands how to get things done. that's what the country needs. the tone is let's stand up and be proud to be americans. there's nothing wrong with that. it's time to have a leader in place who is not ashamed to be an person, whoamerican. we need to elect a leader to get things done and work with the rest of the people to make sure the tone as you say is appropriate. >> your boss says it too.
paul to be fair to donald trump, is he kind of stating the reality on this tone conversation? you run a different campaign in the primary than you do in the general and you are different when you govern once you are in the white house. >> the short answer season nois no. he is -- he has rocketed in first place not despite these comments but because of them. the base of your party loves the comments. i wouldn't advice him to tone it down. by the way, harry trueman threatened to punch out a columnist who had given an unfavorable review to his daughter's piano recital. bill clinton later threatened to punch a man from "the new york times" in the nose. he wish he had done it. donald trump, he needs to be donald trump and he will stay in first place. >> there you have it straight
from paul's mouth. i have to ask you about one thing, corey, moving off the tone. let's talk about the polls. last time and now, you were more than happy to tout that your boss is surging in the polls. new poll is not so kind to him. a poll out today, trump has the highest unfavorable rating of any candidate in three key swing states. he is the least liked candidate out there. that's got to worry you. >> it doesn't worry me. look at the head to head polls, which is what we are in right now. the two polls out this week have mr. trump as a frontrunner. these polls don't have a margin of who they would vote for. >> do you think people will vote for him if they don't like him? >> jeb bush is under water in the last poll by 17 points. nobody is talking about it. let's put apples to apples. donald trump is in first place. >> let's put apples to apples. let's talk about some matchups with your candidate, hillary
clinton. this poll is not kind to her as well. she's trailing bush rubio and walker in the three key swing states colorado iowa and virginia. the bigger problem, and it has been her problem, has been voters still don't think she is trustworthy. this is not the first poll that has shown that. what has she got to do? >> first off, she has to campaign on the economic issues. mr. trump does. he want to make america great again. hillary has a message. she wants to boost wages for middle class americans. if people agree with that they will vote for her. if they don't, they won't. that is i think, exactly what this auction should be about. the middle class deserves a raise. you will like what she has to say. it's professional. if that undecided was a little too -- way too high. i wonder if that's not fully accurate. i never bragged on the polls when they had hillary ahead by
5,000 points. i will not complain when they show her behind. they don't matter worth a darn. keet the key is for the candidates to get the message out. she's got one, middle class deserves a race. >> the messages i hope we will talk about a little bit more. rather than the fight that's happening on the republican fight. >> more food fight. >> corey, to you, that's your task. great to see you. thank you. next officials are warning of alarming new terror chatter surrounding president obama's overseas trip. tomorrow, a live report coming up. we will show you how hackers can take control of your car. could it happen to you? big day? ah, the usual. moved some new cars. hauled a bunch of steel. kept the supermarket shelves stocked. made sure everyone got their latest gadgets.
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suzanne is live with more on this. no doubt the president is about to head to a very dangerous country. >> reporter: absolutely. some u.s. officials consider this a hot bed of terror. they tell us they are not so much concerned about the safety of the president, because he traveled in a tight security bubble. but it's the soft targets. it's the schools, churches malls that have been hit before that could be hit again during this presidential visit. kenya, no stranger to terror. september 2013, the sew maulomali-based terror group killing 67 people. >> kenya in particular ethiopia less recently has been the victim of terrorism. primarily perpetrated by al-shabaab. we are very concerned for the people of kenya and for the region that this threat remains a real one. >> reporter: the fear among u.s. officials tonight is the growing
chatter among east african terror groups just a day before the president's visit. and even before air force 1 touches down in eastern africa. the president's schedule typically given to the host country to set up logistics, is found posted on facebook, including the specific dates and times of the president's arrival and departure from kenya's two main airports. they issued this information bulletin to airlines and travel agencies detailing when kenyan airspace would be closed to accommodate air force i. travel agents eager to warn clients of possible delays published the details online. >> in light of the age of social media, do you think it's possible now to keep the president's schedule private before he actually travels in some of these trips, these foreign trips, which is so critical to his security? >> the details of the president's schedule that are
critical to keep him safe are details that have not been disclosed publically. >> reporter: a spokesman insisted it was unintentional, saying this news was not meant for the public. the white house says there's no reason at this point to change the president's itinerary. >> this is different than traveling to a place like iraq or afghanistan where the president's travel plans are not announced in advance. we have taken some important precautions to keep the president safe. while he is traveling in africa. >> reporter: kenya has been targeted by al-shabaab because they are sending troops they are fighting them in somalia. it was in april that they claimed responsibility for slaughtering 147 people at a kenyan university. it was just last month that they attacked two homes killing 14 people. again, kate u.s. officials say that they do believe the president will be safe. they are very concerned about whether or not they will take that opportunity during the
president's trip to hit those soft targets. >> absolutely. great to see you. thank you so much. tonight, former secret service agent who was assigned to president obama, jonathan wakrow and bob baer a cnn intelligence and security analyst. jonathan specific details they are laying out about the president's itinerary, the flight itinerary, if you will was released to everyone on facebook. these are details that seem should be sensitive. how big of a deal is this? >> a really big deal. any time the president's schedule or any type of security plan is divulged prior to a trip it raises the risk level. this is a really big deal. the good thing is that the secret service and the military you have time to readjust the plan that was disclosed. we can try to mitigate this risk a little bit. >> adjusting very quickly. the trip is coming up. bob, you say the president's
trip is the perfect storm for a terrorist attack. explain. >> kate there's a couple things. it is on the bloody edge on the war on terror. there has been a lot of attacks in kenya. it has a large muslim population. it has a 440-mile border with somalia. you have a lot of sewomalis with weapons. will he come out, more than likely. >> with all that was in mind and the fact that sources are saying there's growing chatter from terror groups around this jonathan you spent five years protecting the president. what are the greatest challenges or what is the single greatest challenge in taking on a trip like this? >> i think that you have to look at the environment that we're going into. as bob said this is a volume
tire air volatile area. the people that want to hurt the president have been planning for the last seven years for this trip. >> that's a scary thing to think about. >> this is one of the most dangerous trips he has taken. >> more than iraq afghanistan? >> i believe so. the environment is just -- is too volatile. we have to look at the way that we're operating in this environment. it's a very very difficult trip. i really think that the secret service is put on the spot right now. they have to -- they have zero fail mission ahead of them. >> absolutely. no kidding. bob, as you are laying out, kenya has suffered from major attacks on soft targets by the terror group al-shabaab recently. at what point in your view does the white house need to say, you know what this trip isn't worth the risk? >> i don't think it's worth the risk. the kenyans -- let me add this to what jonathan has been saying. he is right.
talking about building a wall along the border with somalia. they are saying it's the only way we can protect the people in the country. you know again, let me go back to the heavy weapons. the secret service is not prepared to deal with a military-style attack with rockets and the rest of it and heavy weapons coming from multiple sources. is this in the offing? i don't think so. but you can't exclude it. it's a trip i wouldn't have the president make. >> as you point out, the secret service, they need to be right 100% of the time in this regard. the terrorists just once to get through. jonathan, bob, great to see you. thank you. next this car's computers, we are going to show you, taken over by hackers. the car stopped on the highway. the driver powerless. how vulnerable then is your car? i will ask one of the hackers involved. the chattanooga shooter who killed five service members. the fbi labels him a home-grown violent extremist tonight and
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imagine you are in your car on the highway and you lose control. hackers take over your wipers, radio, even your brakes. that's exactly what happened to this man behind the wheel of a jeep. thankfully it was an experiment that now has car companies like chrysler scrambling to keep this from happening again. dan simon is "out front" with how the hackers pulled it off. >> reporter: it could be a driver's worst nightmare. >> i'm stuck on the highway. >> reporter: the engine suddenly dies. >> kill the engine. >> reporter: after hackers take control of your car. >> killing the engine. >> reporter: it could happen without any warning. the stereo system air conditioning windshield wipers all out of control. >> air conditioning is blasting. the music is blasting. i can't see anything because of the [ bleep ] wiper fluid.
>> reporter: theis is a reporter. >> i didn't expect them to cut the transmission which was unnerving. i was stuck on the highway. these guys were wirelessly connected to the car over the internet from ten miles away. >> reporter: the hackers got into the jeep through its entertainment system. it's a computer inside the car that is connected to the internet. once they found the weak spot they discovered they were able to control pretty much everything inside the car. >> charlie miller is oneol of the jeep. once you are in you can access other functions of the car? >> right. as i mentioned, inside your car there's 30 computers. they talk to each other. once you are on one of those computers, you can send messages to the other computers and tell them to do things. >> reporter: do things like control the brakes and send the car down a ditch. >> hold on tight. hold on. >> reporter: the experiment was tested on a jeep. but the hackers say it could impact hundreds of thousands of other vehicles with the same system.
in a statement the automotive giant says the security and confidence of our cusstomers is important. it issued a software update. other carmakers have similar systems that could be hacked exposing drivers to a new danger on the road. >> someone steals your bank account, that's a bummer. no one is hurt. here if a hacker would get into your car, they could crash it. you and your children could get hurt. it's important we deal with this issue now instead of waiting until this is a reality that there's cars crashing. >> cars i need the accelerator to work again. >> reporter: dan simon, cnn, san francisco. >> we have one of the men who figured out how to hack the chrysler system. you were about ten miles away. could you pull this off from even further? is the ten-mile mark significant?
really i've actually just the other day doing a test with charlie, i live in pittsburgh pennsylvania and he lives in st. louis, missouri. i hacked the jeep from there. it's nationwide. we think potentially north america. >> that's really the scary part. you guys targets this vulnerability in the jeep. does every car have this same vulnerability? >> no. we targeted the system called u-connect which we know chrysler group uses. maybe other car manufacturers use it, too. we don't know. additionally it's on sprint's cell network. that's another stipulation of this. it's limited to these cars that we know of and the cars that are on sprint's network. >> you face criticism as this has come out. by taking this public you might give somebody an idea do what you did. that you are going to inspire copycats. what do you say? >> you know if you are going to do this you will do it whether or not charlie released --
charlie and i release our data. if you are dedicated and want to have malice in your intent then you will do it. we want other security researchers like ourselves having this information available to them. so they can look at not only chrysler but all the vehicles out there. we're the good guys. we want to go and point out problems and get them fixed. the more people that can help point out problems the better. >> in your view is there any car that's fully secure from a hack at this point? any new car. >> i can't tell you, because we've only looked at a couple cars. generally speaking in my experience if you have a lot of code that touches the outside world, there tends to be mistakes. humans aren't really good at writing secure codes. it's possible that anything could be hacked. i guess i have lived hid life that way for ten years where i'm convinced i can try to get into anything. >> it worked this time. that's for sure. exposing vulnerabilities, getting a lot of attention.
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the fbi tonight says it is treating chatanooga gunman mohammod youssuf abdulazeez as a home grown violent extremist and they believe he acted on his own. officials also are revealing new dtails about the moment abdulazeez opened fire on two military outposts killing five service members. >> at this time treating him as a home grown violent extremist. we believe he -- acted on his own that day. >> reporter: the fbi revealing new details about the deadly massacre in tennessee. according to investigators three to five minutes is all the time it took mohammod youssuf abdulazeez to go on a shooting rampage at this naval operation
center in chatanooga. killing four marines and one sailor who are now being hailed as heroes. >> rapidly going from room to room they got their fellow marines to safety. once they had gotten to safety some willingly ran back into the fight. >> reporter: the rampage started at this recruiting station where authorities say abdulazeez fired dozens of shots from his rented silver ford mustang. he then drove seven miles to the navy facility where he crashed through a gate and began firing. >> a service member from inside the facility observed him and opened fire on him firing several rounds at him. the shooter then responded by shooting into the building. >> abdulazeez armed with an assault rifle, a handgun, and several magazines of ammunition eventually made it inside. shooting a service member who later died. the gunman walked out the back of the building and killed four
marines before a chatanooga police officer shot and killed him. investigators found two weapons belonging to service members. at least one of them was used to fire at abdulazeez. >> we found three weapons inside the fa sill thee that we believe were all we know belonged to the shooter. one weapon was lope kated in the vehicle. two of weapons were located on his person. two additional weapons were recovered at the scene. those weapons belonged to service members and they were at least one of the weapon was discharged at the subject. whether he was struck by those individuals is unclear at this time. >> reporter: the shooting a shock to the gunman's friend who in a series of text messages obtained exclusively by cnn expressed disbelief. james petty, a close friend who kidded considered abdulazeez a devout muslim and mentor. it it can't be abdulazeez.
and a possible motive. he ever talk about jihad any? the reply. dude he had a new job and everything. this is out of nowhere. >> elaina what did officials say in the press conference about rumors some of the victims could have been killed by friendly fire? >> okay the fbi special agent in charge who was at the news conference was asked about friend leaply fire. he did not elaborate. what he did say, at this point the information they have preliminary information suggests all victim were killed with the same weapon. they hope to learn more when the ballistics report is ready. >> thank you so much. and "out front" next on ape very lighter note. jeanne moos with a lion on the loose caught on camera. now a lion hunt in milwaukee. that's next.
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>> i was afraid to move. sitting there. i couldn't move. what am i looking at? >> whatever it was their daughter recorded it and thus was born #milwaukeelion. the police chief said. >> wear's treating it seriously. >> reporter: the milwaukee lion's twitter wasn't i look for big foot for pete's sake. the zoo reported all our lions are safe and sound. same for the stuffed lions at the milwaukee public museum. but if no actual lions are missing what is that thing? think mountain lion. aka, cougar. there have been several confirmed sightings of mountain lions in upstate wisconsin. maybe one wandered south. though the founder of big cat rescue says, no cougar would be that fat. to her it looks more like a young male african lion. the nolans saw the cat in kelly
brook's yard. he was skeptical until he saw video. >> that is a lion lion. that was a lion lion. >> reporter: at the same time the lion lion video went viral so did this bear bear. said to be a preview clip of japanese game show. but police aren't treating lighton huntlight onlight -- lion hunt as a game. even if the milwaukee lion tweeted this always help me sleep. ♪ the lion sleeps tonight ♪ >> reporter: a jokester tweeted no seen of milwaukee lion. but our security cameras did pick up this. save the milwaukee lion from extinction. ♪ ♪ >> reporter: jeanne moos cnn, new york. >> not a very scary growl for sure. the police chief called it lionish. i'll stick with that. thank you for joining us everyone. and "ac 360" starts right now.
good evening. thank you for joining us. tonight a news making conversation with donald trump. he is right now the leading republican running for president. he is leading in the polls, leading in coverage controversy and at the moment he is leading in how he seems to be shaking up the race and the reaction drawing from his opponents. senator lindsey graham destroyed his cell phones after donald trump gave out his number and posted it today on youtube. rick perry called trumpism in his word a cancer on conservatism. because of what donald trump has been saying on the campaign trail attacking him on illegal immigrants. but also perry was attacking him on faith, and his commitment to it. which i talked to donald trump about tonight. we covered a lot of ground. starting with polling released this morning. a few hours before i spoke with mr. trump. a new survey in the swing states of colorado iowa and virginia showing he is the worst or second