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>> your "new day" continues right now. donald trump making some waves on saturday night live. even though he poked fun at himself, not everyone is laughing. we dig into the records and two police officers charged with murdering a 6-year-old. what we found out about their past as that town remembers the little boy. this is good to have your company. thank you for being with us. i'm christi paul. >> i'm victor blackwell. we start the hour about donald trump. the gop candidate poked fun at his mean tweets, his hair, showed off dance moves, if you can call it dancing. he gave a sneak peek into what the white house would look like if he's elected president. watch. >> general, how we doing in syria? >> well, it's completely
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eliminated, sir. the country is at peace. they have great jobs as blackjack dealers at the trump hotel in damascus. >> the president of mexico is here to see you. >> send him in. >> donald! >> enrique! >> i brought you the check for the wall. >> i'm so proud of you and changing telemundo for all english to me. it's a great thing. >> of course. >> how is the economy? >> amazing, sir. in the words of our new national anthem "it's huge!" . i have no idea how you did it, sir. i don't have to get specific. with me it works. it's just magic. >> just magic. joining us now to discuss cnn political commentators ben ferguson and jeffrey lord. the just magic line there. what did you think of his performance? >> i thought it was huge. you know, he's terrific. frankly, when you go on saturday
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night live and poke fun at yourself and you're a politician, you're running for office you can't possibly lose. i mean, this is big deal in america. president or potential presidents who have selpresident comet off looking terrific. he did a great job last night. >> any major gain or loss last night from the performance? >> i think in these type of performances by him really are good for him and his base for people to like him. they think, wow, donald trump on saturday night live. the next stop the white house. whether it makes other voters undecided look at him differently, i don't know? any time you can get on there and be a person, an individual and show your humor and be funny. it makes people able to connect with you a little bit more, i think.
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the big question when you see him up there. as good as he is as an entert n entertainer. he's one of the best when it comes to live tv or reality tv. i'll give him full credit. there's some part that goes this may be the skit at the oval office. how is everything doing? it reminds me of how ridiculous some of his ideas and plans are. having somebody else pay for the wall. i think if you're smart and listen to that you're going, wow, this may only be possible literally if it's written in saturday night live. outside that it's not reality. i don't know if i want that guy in the white house. >> i want you to take a look at probably one of the funnier sketches. a music video spoof. watch this. ♪ >> he used to call me on his cell phone. ♪ ♪ on the other cell phone ♪
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♪ >> that's just bad. it's just bad. jeffrey, all though i think a lot of people have laughs watching the show last night, but he got to a serious point that all though trump is in on the joke, people are looking for specifics after a fun night >>well, you know, as they are with everyone and they're coming through his campaign. i mean, he's out there with veterans, the economy, taxes, and all of that sort of thing. i mean, this is happening. you know, one of the things they thought was well done was the business with larry david. he was really, you know, mop these people. frankly, i hope they, you know, they wanted to -- the group protesting said they would pay $5,000 for somebody who did it. i hope they ante up and pay larry david. the reporting is they will. let's watch the moment as larry
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david is making a cameo on the show. >> you're arrested. >> i knew this was going to happen. who is that? >> trump's a racist! [ applause ] >> it's larry david. >> what are you doing, larry? >> i heard if i yelled that, they would give me $5,000. >> yeah, a group offered him $5,000 to anyone who would heckle trump. do you think that was an appropriate treatment of an issue that so many people take seriously? >> on saturday night live? absolutely. everything on saturday night live is a joke. you have to put it in comparison it's not policy. if i was advising trump i would tell him to host every saturday if they offer it to him until election night. it's satire, humor, to make fun of people and things and it's humor. i don't think it had anything to
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do with it being a serious or nonserious issue. i think when candidates can go on there and do things like this. remember, this is donald trump's wheel house. he's a reality tv show host. it's like coming home for the incredible thanksgiving dinner for him. i think it was a smart move when it comes to issues like that. >> jeffrey, you agree? >> absolutely i do. you know, to be serious here for a second, these people are professional race card players. the critics on this sort of thing. i think it was the right way to deal with them. >> jeffrey lord, ben ferguson, thank you. >> thanks a lot. meanwhile, we should see ben carson is making a campaign stop in puerto rico. he's been pushing back against the media questions concerning his past. at the press conference friday night dr. carson made an interesting prediction, as well. cnn was there. we're wondering with the campaign now wondering we're
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going to expect from the doctor, but talk to us about the prediction he made. >> good morning, christi. he is predicting this intense period of media scrutiny, all these questions over his past is really going to help, he thinks, galvani vavanize his supporters. here's what he told us. >> i don't think it's causing a complication, and here's my prediction. my prediction is that all of you guys trying to pile on is actually going to help me. when i go out to these book signings and i see thousands of people they say don't let the media get you down. don't let them disturb you. please continue to fight for us. they understand that this is a witch hunt. >> and he is out alrea touting a big hall of campaign contributions he raised in this
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week during the intense period of media scrutiny tweet, quote, we the people have made 10,000 donations this week totaling $3.5 million alone. big jab at the media there which keeps in line with the more combative tone we've seen from ben carson this weekend more aggressively going after the media in the wake of all these questions about his past. now here in puerto rico he'll hold a state hood event later this morning. hoping to rechange and take control back on the area that dominated this week for him. >> appreciate it. thank you. we are digging into the records of the two police officers who were charged with murdering a 6-year-old. i want to tell you what found out about their past as a town is remembering this little boy right here. be sure to stick around for more donald trump. he's said to appear on cnn
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i want to show you new information that we're learning about one of the police officers charged with murdering a 6-year-old boy. we're talking about 23-year-old norris greenhouse and
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32-year-old garric stafford. take a look at the little guy. he was shot five times in the head and chest during a police pursuit involving his father who was also shot. that boy's viewing is later today. nick valencia is there. he has more on what we're learning about the officers. hi, nick. >> good morning, christi. we are learning at least one of the officers involved in this shooting has a checkered past. a troubled history according to the local newspaper. 32-year-old derrick stafford, according to local newspaper is indicted in 2011 on two counts of aggravated rape. the indictment was dismissed a year after it was ended down. we looked into the history of the other officer involved. he's tied to several civil lawsuits related to excessive
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force. cnn reached out to several people in the area and we have not heard back. as far as we can tell, neither one of them has been convicted of a crime. we should mention that 6-year-old jeremy martus. we expect his funeral to be held sometime tomorrow morning or sometime tomorrow on monday in hattiesburg. interestingly enough we reached out to the district attorney's office here. we're told we should expect a motion to be filed this week. the assistant district attorney is the father of one of the suspects involved in the shooting. they're going to be asked to be recused from the cause. it seems everyone is impacted by the shooting death of the 6-year-old. it is still unclear how it started on a press conference on friday night the head of louisiana state police offered very little details only to suggest that body cam footage played a part in the charges. the second-degree murder charges. the second degree attempted
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murder. earlier this morning we reached out to the hospital and we learned the father of the 6-year-old is continuing to recover. his condition has been upgraded but he remains hospitalized. victor and christi? >> nick valencia, thank you. strange sightings in california has people talking this morning. it's not a plane. people are asking is it a ufo? well, the military says it is responsible for the lights in the sky. we'll tell you what that is. the markets change, at t. rowe price, our disciplined investment approach remains. we ask questions here. look for risks there. and search for opportunity everywhere. global markets may be uncertain. but you can feel confident in our investment experience... ... around the world.
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because this missile was not armed. president obama is meeting with israeli prime minister benjamin mnetanyahu tomorrow. expectations if are the visit aren't particularly high. officials say no final agreement is planned on u.s. defense aid to israel. nobel peace prize winner and myanmar politician caught her first vote for the first time in 25 years. pro democracy supporters are optimistic it could bring real change to an military. donald trump joins jake tapper on cnn "state of the union" at the top of the hour. jake is going to join us with a preview in a moment. first, though, this week's
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travel insider takes us to tennessee for a personal tour of nashville with craig morgan. take a listen. ♪ this old boy got it going on ♪ >> i'm craig morgan and nashville is my city. the capital of country music. we'll take on a vip backstage tour of the grand old opry. first, we have to check in and find out where our dressing room is. you have a mailbox so the fans can send mail to us here. not everybody that plays at the grand old opry is a member. to date there are just over 200 members. this is a list of every member past and present. there's 19 dressing rooms. well, there's only 18. there's not a number 13. you never know who you're going run into. what is y'all's favorite thing
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about being here at the opry? >> porter and standing in the big tall shoes. look who we have here. this is the green room. during the flood of 2010, this is how high the water level got. this is the infamous circle here where the legends as well as the new artists stand to perform. thank you for spending time with me at the grand old opry. >> welcome mr. craig morgan! ♪
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they've done so much to ridicule me over the years. this show has been a disaster for me. look at this guy. great, great, great, great, great. isn't he fantastic?
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[ applause ] i've got to say, you're going a great job. in fact, i think the show got better by about 2 billion percent! look at this. [ applause ] >> you think you're this terrific person. you think you're this, you think you're that. you're being very naive, frankly, you're fired. >> he's so good. in that three minutes fresh off candidate donald trump, the real one, gets set to appear on cnn "state of the union." is it safe to assume he's not going to be quite as comical this morning? >> well, we're not going to provide him with the forum to joke, but we'll ask him a couple of questions about his appearance. i understand that he had to veto
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a couple of sketches that the snl crew wanted him to do. they were a little bit too racy for the iowans he's trying to who. we'll ask him about that and lots of stuff going on the campaign trail from marco rubio to dr. ben carson. lots of policy issues from immigration, to what the u.s. should do if it was an isis terrorist bomb that took down the russian passenger plane a week and change ago. we have lots to discuss with the republican frontrunner. >> what else do you have planned? >> we'll also have dr. rand paul who will join us live on set to talk about foreign policy and the republican race. a big republican debate coming up. and a panel and special state of the cartoonunion looking at the auto biography of george h.w. bush. >> thank you so much. we appreciate it. again, donald trump on
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"state of the union" with jake tapper starts at the top of the hour. 9:00 a.m. eastern on cnn. all right. and just in case you were up late, we can guess you weren't because you're up early with us, but take a look at the dancing from donald trump last night. >> is that what it's called? >> you can try to call it that, i guess. let's watch it. ♪ ♪ you used to call me on the cell phone ♪ ♪ call me on the cell phone ♪ oh yeah all though, let me say people are criticizing drake's dancing in that video in the original, but, you know, i think if you can laugh at yourself it's a good thing. >> it's a good thing.
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thank you for sharing your morning with us. go make great memories today. "inside politics" with john king starts right now. character questions for ben carson as republicans prepare for debate round four. >> they are getting celebra int. it's okay. i totally expected it. new scrutiny for marco rubio, too. >> and trump takes after rubio's finances and takes to the air waives. >> let's face it, politicians are all talk no action. plus, the obama factor in 2016. >> time to act is now. not later. not someday. right here. right now. the president


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