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>> later this week i'll meet with prime minister netanyahu because he will be in germany moment. coming through at that we'll meet there. thenally go to the region and i will meet with king ab dudullahd others. i'll have key meetings on the subject of syria with critical players with respect to that. so we are as deeply aged as i can ever remember in trying to help resolve some of these very complicated explosions sectarianism, and violent extremism. >> all right. let's go to phil black in jerusalem who has been covering the story. after listening to the secretary's words and talking about these upcoming discussions and meetings, how influential can he be and what can he offer
to try to quell some of the violence here? >> well, i guess what he's hoping to do is lower the tensions to get the sides to step back a little. on the subject of the tensions, i want to show you what is going on behind us. give you a sense of why things here are as tense and strained as they are at the moment. we're at the outskirts of a palestinian community. what you see is a fortified israeli check point. you see a line of young palestinian men who want to leave that community to enter jerusalem proper and from there what they're being -- what's happening here is they're being searched. each one at a time is made to stand in a distance, show he's carrying no weaponries. this is what all the male residents of the community have to do in order to leave the
community. they're pretty angry about it. they find it humiliating. that's what they've been telling us. the security measure is in place because of the knife attacks that have been taking place in jerusalem and elsewhere in recent weeks. it's one of the israeli responses. where as palestinians collected punishment and the entire community locked down because of the attacks. the israeli government believes it is necessarily hopefully short term step two deter and prevent and punish further attacks from taking place. that's what the israelis are trying to do. what the israelis want the palestinians -- they say the palestinian leadership to call for the attacks and violence to end. secretary kerry gets here what he will be seeking from both sides is i think what both sides to take a step back and certainly what the israelis would like the palestinian leadership to do is to hear from them stronger language condemning these attacks and really trying to bring it in to
the violence and the tension that we've seen here in recent weeks. >> phil black in jerusalem for us. we'll look at one of the check points as well. thank you so much. let's talk about with daniel leavy. so good to have you with us. i want to kind of piggy back off something phil was saying. they want to hear them condemn the attacks. do you think it will happen? >> it happened 0 maon many occasions. he continues to be recognized globally as a man committed to nonviolence, but the condemnations and calls for the riot are not going to be enough if, unfortunately, the israeli side continues, as we heard in the report, to humiliate palestinians collectively on a daily basis. not only in the west bank but
also in palestinian neighborhoods of east jerusalem. so it's going require actions from both sides and it's going to require israel not exacerbating the situation in which palestinians already feel they have no rights and no dignity. both are insecure now with both leaderships are going to have to step up and the israeli leadership cannot simply pass it over. >> when we talk about these discussions being orgestrated by secretary kerry coming up, what do you envision the content, the verb age of the substitutions to be that might do good here? >> well, here's the thing, christinchri chrisi. we're talking about how to deescalade the immediate crisis and a crisis that is driven in
the moment by mostly what are called local palestinian individuals not guided by movements but venting their frustration in violent ways. that's a very difficult thing to get a grip on. but beyond the immediate moment, to really see some kind of stability and security we're going it have to address the root causes. we see these waves of violence every ten or 15 years. until they have security but palestinians also feel they have security state, no settlements an end of occupation all the things that talks about as a wish list talk about for a reason. because in the absence of both sides -- people are going to do something about their
predicament and inevitably some of the doing will spill over into violence. that's what the secretary is well aware of. what he tries to do painstakingly was to say we're in a period of security let's use the period to make peace rather than to build more settlements. >> yeah. except now it's not so quiet and diplomacy won't work with the young people showing their frustrations. we appreciate it daniel levy. >> let's talk about the jeb bush donald trump view that is coming more contentious. the former florida governor unleashed a two minute ad politicking trump. plus run, joe run, that was a new york crowd's chant. next we'll show you how he reacted as we await his answer on a potential 2016 bid. is,
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fitness to be commander in chief. saying our national security isn't a reality tv show. attached to the tweet is this ad. here is part of it. >> well, i see a lot of great -- when you watch your show and all the other shows he said publicly he watches cable news and it's one of the ways he hones up on national security. trump says he quote, always felt like i was in the military despite never serving in the military. >> donald trump said senator john mccain is not a war hero. >> he's not a war hero. i like people that weren't captured. >> donald trump doesn't like to be questioned on the issues. >> trump is weak on policy. >> when you're running for america most important title of commander in chief. >> there's no excuse for him not to be prepared for the questions. donald trump was not able to do
that. it should be concerning to voters. >> donald trump is causinge ini race toward the bottom. >> mr. trump didn't have a firm grasp at what is going on. >> i will be so good at the military your head will spin. i'm a smart guy. >> this is the latest this back and forth after trump suggested bush's brother president george w. bush shared in the blame for the 9/11 attacks. the trump campaign is not responding. watch twitter. it's likely where it's coming. let's talk about this with maria cardona. republican primary voters choose trump over the rest of the field by a mar join handle the military. does it play into bush's hand. >> if you're bush you have to do something different. right now you are stagnated in
the polls. and people are starting to worry maybe they shouldn't be writing you the next big checks to keep your campaign going with the war chest he currently has. i don't think it's a bad play. will it affect those that already support donald trump? realistically probably not at all, if any. they don't care what you put out about donald trump. you say rip on him, attack him, we like him, trust him, we think he's the best guy for the job. we don't care what you say about him. we'll see if it has an impact on stealing votes from another candidate. >> maria, purely as a strateg s strategies. is this the time that jeb bush should start to be a little more critical of the campaign or the super pac should the ad go negative. you have about 100 days until
iowa. 113 until new hampshire. >> i agree with ben that jeb bush needs to do something. he's stagnating. the problem with the ad it's sort of clever but it makes them both look maimmature because of the back and forth. the problem with is that caricature worked for donald trump. it doesn't work for jeb bush. and to your point, i actually think this would be a better role for the super pac to take on. that way they can be more hard hitting. they can be silly and immature without it tainting the candidate. i think this taints the candidate in a way that jeb bush has been trying to paint himself as above the fray. and as soon as he engages in this what i call the between twitter tantrum with donald trump. this is donald trump's turf. it doesn't work for jeb bush. and i don't think this is the right thing for him. >> trump is the best trash
talker period, especially in politics in the last 20 years. do you want to go there with him? i would tell any candidate before you make that decision, can you -- is there any possibility you can actually beat donald trump up on twitter or trash talking. i'm not sure there's anybody on stage that is a better trash talker than donald trump. >> a lot of people have tried. maria, let me come to you with joe biden. getting crowds potentially key endorsements. we saw the reporting about the international association of firefighters saying likely would support him. his family is reportedly all in. what else does he need to make the decision at this point? >> i think there are two things that are going to matter in terms of coming down to a decision for joe biden. yes, it's late. yes, we're coming upon critical deadlines for filing in key states. there is no outcry from the democratic grassroots for joe biden to run. he's an absolutely beloved
figure within party politics. at the end of the day, i don't think it's going to matter for joe biden's decision. i think two things will matter for joe biden's decision. does he believe he fundamentally offers something that no other democratic candidate is offering right now to the american people and to the country, number one. number two, will he be able to give it his whole heart, his whole soul, his whole mind, and his whole body. that's something that he has said in the past. a couple of weeks ago, several weeks ago, he wasn't there yet. is he there now? i think those are the two things that fundamentally will come down to whether joe biden decides to do this or not. i don't think anything else will really matter. >> does it change the gop kalk clus if he gets in? >> i don't think so. if you're joe biden, the real question you have to ask yourself is am i willing to go toe to toe in taking on hillary
clinton which means attack hill. if you're not willing to do that like all other candidates on the stage for the democratic debate there's no reason for you to get in. you have to be able to attack her. does he have the belly want to do it? >> ben ferguson and maria cardona, great to have you. >> and you know hillary clinton fresh off the first democratic debate days before she's scheduled to testify before congress. she spoke to jake tapper. jake is with us next. if i want to go up... hello. or if i want to go down... no. but then if i want to come back again... yes. it's perfect. my favorite part is to be able to lift your legs up a little bit and it feels like i'm just cradled. (vo) change your sleep, change your life, change to tempur-pedic. it's more than tit's security - and flexibility. it's where great ideas and vital data are stored. with centurylink you get advanced technology solutions
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next hour i know you're waiting for it "state of the union" with jake tapper. he has three exclusive interviews on his show. hillary clinton, jeb bush, and mitt romney. it's essentially the hat trick of sunday shows. jake is with us now with a preview. all right, jake. what stood out to you in some of the interviews? what can we expect? >> well, we're getting jeb bush at a time when he's really, really fired up about comments made by donald trump talking about how george w. bush was president during 9/11. and jeb bush very offended.
we'll talk to him about that. he put out, as you've been covering, this pretty arch video suggesting that donald trump isn't ready to be commander in chief. we have mitt romney at a time when his close friend paul ryan is being discussed a lot and also it's good to get the views of the republican field and views on foreign policy and of hillary clinton from the 2012 nominee. and then hillary clinton we have after her big performance at the democratic debate and a few days before her testimony before the house kbhee on ben gaz zeghazi. i asked her what she expected from the testimony or committee. >> i've already testified about benghazi. i testified to the best of my ability before the senate and the house. i don't know that i have very much to add. this is, after all, the eighth investigation. >> and she'll weigh not only on
the house benghazi committee but what happened to benghazi about the e-mail server and the 40 years of weddings. she just celebrated her marriage -- she just celebrated her wedding anniversary with bill clinton, about bernie sanders, about joe biden. much to discuss. looking forward to it, jake. >> be sure to check out "state of the union "with jake tapper. big show today with hillary clinton, romney all-stars later this morning on cnn. before we leave you this morning, a few laughs thanks to snl. their version of the cnn democratic debate. >>
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the democratic debate, we can laugh at ourselves. >> what does the e-mail scandal say about your ability to handle other crisis as president? >> well, i welcome this question because i rehirsed this one the longest. >> you know what? can i jump in here. this may not be great politics but i think the american people are sick and tired of about hearing about your damn e-mails! >> thank you! thank you, bernie. god, it must be fun to scream and cuss in public. i have to do all min into tiny little jars. >> what is the deal with the e-mails anyway? i forgot my password the other day so they say we'll e-mail you a new one. i can't get into my e-mail they got the password! >> also, you had alec baldwin
and jim webb. >> yeah. >> very good. thank you so much. let's make great memories today. we're glad you started your morning with us. "inside politics" with john king starts right now. a gift. the american people are sick and tired of hearing about your damn e-mails! >> a clash on guns. >> senator sanders did vote five times against the brady bill. >> and a big question the president won't touch. is there still room for joe biden after a feisty first democratic debate. >> i'm not going to comment on what joe is doing or not doing. >> plus, iowa votes in 105 days. we're in first place everywhere. more proof trump is here to