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fears of attacks in brussels just like those in paris. they were carried out ten days ago. officials in the belgian capital extending partial lockdown of the city. they closed the schools and closed the subway. 16 arrests. belgian prime minister warning officials have intelligence of attacks with weapons and explosives, maybe even in se several places at once. joining us now is correspondent frederik pleitgen. fred, it is eerie, the streets behind you. the christmas holiday season. do we know exactly what belgian authorities think might happen or do they have specific information? what do we know? >> reporter: they are speaking
about a clear and imminent threat, christine. the terror level is at level four. they say there could be a paris-style attack, which would involve several people walking around the city and on a rampage with arms, possibly ak-47s and other weapons as well. there have been raids going on to try to find some of the people who would be plotting some of this. frankly, to cordoned off areas. we are in the main square. a military vehicle is behind me. that is just what is going on in the city here. this entire area was cordoned off last night. the security forces were edgy when we spoke to them. all of this concerning to people who live here. you mention the subways are closed. schools are closed. many people are not going to work. a lot of the shops are not open at all today. people we have been speaking to
say they are frightened about the situation. there are some people who are coming out and tourists here in town. however, compared to what a monday morning would normally be like in brussels and it is a city that attracts tourists, but it has a lot of european politicians and bureaucrats that come in monday morning, it is extremely quiet. >> why brussels? why do we keep hearing from count counter terrorism folks that belgium is the place for terror? >> reporter: one reason is they do have a lot of extremists from belgium that made their way to syria and come back. one area called molenbeek, where raids have been taking place. they say a lot of people have been going to syria and coming back. several plotters in the paris
attacks were from belgium and brussels. you have a whole sector of extremely easy to get weapons here in the country. it has been that way for a long time. ak-47s are available on the black market here in the city. that is the deadly mix where you have the availability of weapons and extremists. you have the paris attackers who came here. the main suspect is at large, salah abdeslam, they believe he could be hiding out in the br e brussels area. christine. >> thank you, fred. we now have new information on the paris attackers. french police posting the picture of a man who they say is one of the paris attackers who blew himself up. we are also learning more about how and why the one attacker survived. sources close to the investigation telling cnn that salah abdeslam abandoned his car
and called two acquaintances in brussels to come get him. the lawyer for one of the suspects said salah abdeslam may have been planning to quote blow himself up. that leaves the mystery what was his role in the attacks? let's bring in max foster in paris. meanwhile, we have people pontificating what was his role in paris and no one can find him. >> reporter: and the people that took him from paris to brussels are under arrest. we heard from one of the lawyers. say he had a jacket on and appeared to have something underneath. he was emotional. they feel he could have set it off. if that is the case, he could be in brussels with a suicide belt. absolutely frightening. his brother on belgian tv saying
he, salah abdeslam, pulled out last minute from the attacks. that is his feeling. we have not had confirmation about that. the belgian authorities tight-lipped because they have a live investigation there. separately, a photo of what the authorities say is the third attacker outside the stade de france. we don't know his name or anything about him. they put this picture out, alison, hoping the public knows something about him because they can't locate him. two people that they are trying to find in relation to paris attacks. that is why they are appealing for help. >> you have more for us on the french president and britain prime minister. what came out of the meeting? >> reporter: it was interesting. david cameron the british prime minister to show solidarity with the french. president hollande, this is a
first in what is described as a diplomatic dash this week. he is meeting key allies to try to form an international coalition in the war as he described it against isis. he wants to be the middleman. he feels it is not coordinated properly. he has david cameron today and president obama tomorrow and angela merkel on wednesday. then moscow to meet the russian president as well to try to bring everyone together in syria. he wants them all to come together in the military action against them. of course, president obama and president putin have the fundamental difference which is the future of president assad in syria. perhaps president hollande with bring them together and carve out the isis with the coalition attacks. it is interesting to see what president hollande achieves in bringing the u.s. and russia
closer together on this. he is empowered by the huge outpouring of sympathy after the attacks ten days ago. >> max foster, thank you. president obama returned to washington back from the nine-day trip abroad. toughening his rhetoric on isis in malaysia. he vows s ts to stick to the l term strategy. >> they cannot beat us on the battle field. they try to make us afraid and change our pattern of behavior and panicking and abandoning our allies and partners and retreating from the world. as president, i will not let that happen. destroying isil is not only a realistic goal. we will get it done and pursue it with every an aspect of american power and with all the
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donald trump continues to lead the gop field. he has a double digit lead with 32% support. ben carson is in second with 22%. the only other republican with double digit support is marco rubio at 11%. this poll comes after a week of heated rhetoric on the campaign trail over whether to allow 10,000 syrian refugees into the united states among the fears that isis terrorists could be among them. carson compared refugees to rabid dogs and trump wants to track muslims in a database. >> i want a database for the refugees. if they come into the country, we have no idea who these people are. the syrian refugees are going to pour into the country. we don't know if it is isis or a trojan horse. >> reporter: the comments have not seem to hurt trump or carson's standing.
more than half of those oppose taking in refugees in syria. and despite the paris attacks, the economy is important to voters and terrorism. among republicans polled, the most important at tribuattribut someone who can change washington. and some at a rally on sunday, some punched and kicked a black protester who disrupted a trump speech. on sunday, trump suggested the violence was justified. >> it was disgusting what he was doing. >> reporter: police told cnn three people were asked to leave the event. the protesters did not require medical attention. christine, alison. >> thank you, chris. now to discuss the latest in the 2016 race. live in our washington bureau,
cnn reporter. >> good morning. >> trump was on with george stefanapolous. he says this feeds into the tone you have been seeing on the campaign over the last week or so. >> people that were hearing on the other side where you have large arab populations. they were cheering as the world trade center came down. i know it is not politically correct for you to talk about it. people were cheering as those buildings came down. >> authorities say that did not happen. trump said it was widely reported. and the washington post calling that outrageous. george pataki, the governor at the time, saying not sure what luxury spider hole donald trump was hiding in on 9/11, but i saw
americans coming together that day. and the police chief, said that is totally false. that never happened. there were no flags burning. no one was dancing. and is donald trump speaking to the heart of his popularity on the campaign trail? what is this about? >> this is interesting. we keep seeing his support sustained if not grow throughout the campaign. it is surprising with the comments he made along the way. there have been several moments where the political pundit class said this is the up with that will doom his campaign. his campaign has grown. his momentum increased. there is a population he is speaking to. his rashness and whatever is going on in his mind.
that is part of his appeal. what that means for a general election if he continues this momentum in the primary, that remains a big question. >> you talk about the empowerment with each controversial bit. he came out with mosque surveillance. he wants a database, a tracking system on what is going on in mosques for them to be surveilled, but syrian refugees that may come into the u.s. listen to this. >> i want to close mosques, i want mosques surveilled. the people that are involved in the mosques, they know who the bad ones are and they know who the good ones are. they don't talk. we have to surveil the mosques. >> this has something to do with syrian refugees coming into the country. a lot of what he is saying is not pc. a new poll from bloomberg
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new terrorism raids in belgium. 16 people in custody. what we're learning now about the arrests. new information about the terrorists who attacked paris as france's president tries to create an international coalition to fight isis. inside the mali hotel hostage. one survivor shares her story. welcome back to cnn. i'm christine romans. >> i'm alison kosik. belgium is at maximum terror alert right now.
officials fear attacks in brussels like those in paris, those attacks nine days ago, were carried out by isis terrorists. several who lived in brussels. officials extending a partial lockdown of the city. on sunday, some 20 raids yielded 16 arrests. some intelligence about the attacks with explosives and weapons may be in several places at once. joining us for the latest is senior correspondent frederik pleitgen in brussels. what information are they looking into at this point? >> reporter: at this point, they are being tight-lipped about the information. they are saying the threat level is very much in place. you can see that, alison. on the streets of brussels here, you noted, much of the city is
practically in lockdown. subways not working. schools that are closed. most of the shops are closed. i'm in the main square here in brussels. there really are few people. on a monday, around noon time, there would be lots of people on the square. most of the city is basically at a standstill. what you see behind me is normal on the streets now. you have soldiers walking around. police officers walking around. we were here last night in a cordoned off search operation. after speaking to police officers and some of the soldiers, they were very, very concerned about the situation. they told us to move on immediately. that of course all part of the whole mood here in belgium at this point in time where they have a manhunt underway for the man who was involved in the paris attacks. salah abdeslam. they still don't know where he is. they believe he is in the greater brussels area.
that is also one of the reasons they fear there could be attacks in brussels. that is why, alison, the threat level is higher here. >> you see the empty streets. you think about what is happening in paris. you have life back to normal or as normal as can be after the terror attack. schools open. people going back to work. very different there. at what point will officials say let's lift the partial lockdown. how long can the city remain like that? >> reporter: that's a very good question. one of the things we're hearing from the belgian authorities, they are saying this will remain in place as long as necessary. however, they say they do keep evaluating this on at least a day by day basis, if not more frequently. because, of course, this is not the situation that they can keep in place for a very long time. this town, of course, is not only a place that attracts a lot of tourists, but the
administrative capital of the european union. especially on monday, a lot of politicians that come into the city. right now, it is feeling very empty. especially with the fact that the public transport is not working. a lot of people for them it is difficult because the schools are closed. they don't know what to do with their kids. they don't know what to tell their kids. they are saying inside with the shops closed. it is not something they can sustain for a long time. the belgian government is saying for them, the safety of the citizens of the city of the country is paramount interest. >> fred pleitgen, thank you. french national police posting a picture of a man is one of the paris tackers who blew himself up. they are appealing to the public for more information about who that man is. we are learning more about how and why the one attacker who survived got away.
sources close to the investigation telling cnn that salah abdeslam abandoned his car and called acquaintances brussels to come get him. one suspect said the lawyer said he may have wanted to blow himself up. let bring in max foster for the latest in paris. max. >> reporter: interesting because isis is suggested there were eight attackers and salah abdeslam appears to be the eighth attacker, but doesn't carry out the attack in paris. there was another attack which we never heard about. the suggestion is he was meant to be an attacker. his brother spoke to belgian tv saying his feeling is salah abdeslam pulled out at the last minute out of fear, really. decided not to carry out that attack. we are hearing that a friend drove him to belgium.
suggesting he had something under his jacket. a suicide belt. we don't think heightened alert in brussels is linked to salah abdeslam. >> max, we saw the picture that police released of the man who blew himself up outside the stade de france. they don't know who he is. remarkable given all of the concern in france about these jihadis who left france and to the battle field apparent cond . they don't know who this man is. >> reporter: they don't. all they are doing is putting out picture and saying he was the first attacker at the stade de france. they cannot get anymore. that is why they are issuing appeals. it is interesting how they are
handling this. they are trying to not give out too much information. they are desperate for the public to be the eyes and ears like this. who is this man. >> meanwhile, david cameron and francois hollande meeting this morning trying to put a face forward together. the two allies. >> reporter: they really is. it is part of what has been described as a diplomatic dash by president hollande. he is meeting a key ally. david cameron here and saying we are on the same page here. we should attack isis in syria. and the war, hollande calls it. he will go to washington to speak to president obama about the same thing. on wednesday, chancellor merkel of germany and then moscow and speaking to president putin. trying to create a united front against isis. this challenge is bringing in putin and obama together on this
one. obama won't work with putin until they agree on a political future on syria and they disagree on whether or not president assad should still be president. >> a lot of intelligence to be done. thank you, max foster, in paris. we are learning new information about the bloody terror attack in mali. the u.n. says at least 22 people died in a terrorist strike on a radisson in the capital of bamako on friday. two attackers died. now american specialist for the cdc is telling her story to cnn. for more on that, let's bring in david mckenzie live in mali. good morning, david. >> reporter: good morning, alison. there were horrible hours here days ago in bamako, mali. the capital where two or three gunmen stormed the hotel striking terror in the guests and staff and shooting and hitting anyone they could. one american was stuck in a
room. her training saved her life and she said it was a horrible experience. >> i e-mailed my husband and i said there is something going on. i want you to know i love you. and then a few hours later when i heard down the hallway, i believe there are shooters here and i want you to know i love you and my family. i'm coming home. i do this because i love doing this work and where we are in the world and we need to continue on. >> reporter: alison, kathy said the malian and american forces came in and used a code and that is why she opened the door. she was trained for this eventual eventualit eventuality.
she hunkered down and heard shots coming closer down the hallway. she heard someone trying to come in. when the malian forces opened the door with the secret code. she put up her hands. very emotional about the people who lost their lives. she said with tears, she was committed to the work she did. she will go back to finish it all. >> gut-wrenching to hear the stories. your heart goes out. david mckenzie, thank you. 41 minutes past the hour. donald trump igniting new controversy. what he had to say about his supporters beating a black lives matter protester next.
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the poll shows donald trump continuing to lead the gop field. he has a double digit lead with 32% support. ben carson is second behind trump at 22%. the only other republican in double digits is marco rubio rising in the polls at 11%. >> this is happening at trump's controversy is condemning the treatment at the rally over the weekend. joining us to discuss the moment in the 2016 race is cnn reporter tal. >> good morning. >> you know, donald trump says stop with pc. to kind of encourage this guy deserved to be roughed up. this is traumatic video. these words about him kind of deserving to be roughed up coming from a possible presidential candidate. what is going on? >> in some ways it is
disturbing. you wonder does a candidate have a responsibility for what the crowd does? in this case, you could argue they do. donald trump has a history with protesters. protesters arrested outside of his building at one point and an issue with a security guard and how they were treated. you got some of the issues with the protesters in the audience. you had, on the other hand, the protest group calling for people to protest trump events. you have the issue with the "snl" appearance. donald trump actually saying this person may have deserved the violent treatment he got, it is a question mark if that is appropriate. >> i never heard a presidential candidate advocating or support violence at their own events
ever. i'm racking my brain. it shows you how upside down this primary season is. we are in the new twitter election too. you have a candidate, donald trump, who tweets and retweets what others tweet. tell us about the crime statistics and false erroneous made up crime stats that donald trump retweeted. >> sure. he retweeted. he took a tweet from a follower and put it in quote marks and tweeted it from his account so his followers could see it. what was in it was a picture on the screen that contains a number of false statistics. it is cited to an agency that simply doesn't exist. what it implies is black people kill far more people of both races than any other race. that is simply not true. what statistics show is false.
what is interesting is for the viewers who do not use twitter, there is a button that you can use to retweet a follower. what donald trump does is copy and paste and puts it in quotes. he has had issues before with tweeting things which is offensive material. >> he wants his followers to see that. if he sends a message. every retweet sends a message. you are sharing, in this case, an urban myth, racist urban myth. >> we will wrap it up. thank you so much for joining us. >> thanks for having me. let's look at what is coming up on "new day." michaela pereira joining us. >> happy monday. let's make this a good week. we will follow all of the developments in paris and
belgium. authorities are searching for the terrorist in the attacks. and now british prime minister david cameron making the case for britain to join other nations to fight isis in syria. how the war on isis is changing. and the rhetoric on the syrian refugee crisis becoming emotional. gop candidates more outspoken of letti letting refugees into the united states. we will break it down from fact from fear. we will do our best. thank you. did a girl on fire light up the box office? we have box office shockers for you next. ok, we're here. here's dad. mom.
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breaking news. 16 people rushed to the hospital following a shootout at a new orleans park. police say at least 500 people, including kids and teens, were making a music video and two groups began shooting at each other and ran off. detectives are combing the neighborhood for surveillance video of the suspects. indianapolis police arrested an 18-year-old suspect in the killing of a pastor's wife in the death of amanda blackburn. davey blackburn discovered his wife killed when he came home from the gym. protests in minneapolis over the fatal shooting of a black
man. jamal clark was gunned down and police say making the footage public now would compromise the investigation. a look ahead of the thanksgiving travel weather, let's get to meteorologist derek van dam. >> good morning, alison and christine. one of the biggest travel weeks of the year. weather is a major factor out there. right now, things are quiet across the northeast. we have a departing storm system and flurries across the great lakes. you can see we should remain clear from the nation's capital through new york and boston. clouds near syracuse and grand rapids region. temperatures below average for the big apple. highs in the 40s. factor in the strong wind from the northwest and it will feel cool outside. we also are tracking the major
storm across the pacific northwest that will impact the travel day, the biggest of the week, wednesday and thursday. surge of moisture ahead bringing rainfall and possibility of severe weather to the central part of the u.s. here is new york's forecast. looking good for thanksgiving day. temperatures around 58 and dry. back to you. thank you, derek. let's get an early start on your money. stocks down. europe, asia lower. oil prices sinking. copper at a six-year low. merger monday. expecting an announcement of the second largest of all time. pfizer wants to merge with smaller irish drugmaker allergan. it is worth more than $150 billion. it would create the biggest drugmaker. this is inversion where a big company moves overseas to buy a smaller company. it moves the pfizer headquarters
abroad and slash its tax bill. "the hunger games:mocking jay 2" brought in $151 million in the u.s. it is the film series worst opening. 40% less than the opening for "catching fire." the movie was a hit with fans. >> my kids saw it. they gave it an eh. >> the box office numbers. europe stepping up its fight against isis. "new day" starts now. >> together we will destroy the evil threat. >> maximum terror alert. >> there is still a threat here for the capital city of belgium. >> what is going to be the standard to get that city up and running again if we don't catch the single person that they are
looking for? >> after paris, the sinai in the cross-hairs here. >> we heard what could have been two air strikes. from where we are standing, here is the kurdish frontline. >> mali begins three days of national mourning. >> the country is under a state of emergency. >> i wrote another e-mail. i said i do believe there are shooters here. if i don't make it, i want you to know i love you. >> this is "new day" with chris cuomo, alisyn camerota and michaela pereira. >> viewers around the united states and around the world, welcome. you are watching "new day." we have some news in the war against isis. is the uk about to join the all-out war against the terror group? david cameron meeting in france this morning, saying air strikes and more must be done. >> this as the french president heads to washington tomorrow to meet with president obama and major cities including paris and brussels take precautions to prevent further bloodshed. also, the manhunt for that
eighth paris attacker continues. we have this story continued only the way cnn can. let's begin with clarissa ward in paris. what's the latest, clarissa? >> good morning, alison. well, president francois hollande and british prime minister david cameron went today to the scene of some of the worst violence in those attacks, the bataclan theater and laid flowers there. afterwards, president hollande spoke and laid out three main things that he wants to see happen in europe to prevent more attacks of this nature happening. the first thing he said, there needs to be an effort to improve and strengthen europe's borders. the second thing he said, there needs to be a major crackdown on weapons trafficking within europe. and the third thing, he said, there needs to be an intensification of air strikes on isis, in their territory, in syria and iraq. prime minister david cameron certainly agrees with that. he's pushing parliament very hard to get the british to join the