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terrorist groups that use violence to advance a destructive ideology. tonight's address will only be the third time that the president has spoke ton the u.s. from the oval office. last time was 2010. state of the union host jake tapper, of course, is following this from washington. jake is with us now. the significance of an oval office address versus one from the east room. detail that for us, jake. >> it's a totally different dynamic to be speaking from the oval office as opposed to in the east room where the president told the nation that bin laden was dead or from the james brady briefing room where he can interact more with reporters. it's a slightly more intimate setting. the oval office setting is more formal. it's a little bit more stiff. it's a place where in the past the presidents advisors have not thought he particularly thrived,
but it is something that conveys the utmost seriousness. so when he delivers his address this evening, speaking about isis, speaking about the horrific terrorist attack in bernardino, california this past week, i'm assuming that the white house is hoping that the gravity of the office the physical office will help convey the seriousness of the president's words. >> so what is the expectations? does he have to offer more than maybe even a stronger message of reassurance? does he offer some action items? >> well, the white house is saying that there will be no new policy outlined. that doesn't mean that the president won't be talking about other policy. we've seen the president in recent days talk about the need for more restrictions on gun ownership, on the idea that as the senate democrats pushed for that there be -- if you're on
the terrorist watch list or any of the watch lists that don't allow you to fly in an airplane, you're not able to buy firearms or explosives. that was voted down in the senate. he might talk about that. i suspect the goal is more to offer reassurance to the american people. there has been some criticism that the president's words and actions in the past few weeks, starting with the russian airliner, but then also after the terrorist attacks in france that killed 130 people, and then after the attacks in bernardino that perhaps he wasn't conveying to the american people the seriousness that they regard these terrorist attacks as holding. if you look at the president's approval numbers when it comes to his handling of terrorism, this is certainly an area where he could have more public confidence in his handling of it. he's not rating too well on that. i suspect that will be the general goal to convey reassurance that the government is doing everything it can to stop the threat. >> all right. that's about 129 hours away. 8:00 p.m. eastern.
jake tapper, thank you so much. we know you have donald trump on at the top of the hour. we're looking forward to that. "state of the union" with jake tapper starts at 9:00 a.m. eastern on cnn. for more analysis of the president's address tonight, let's bring in douglas brinkly. a professor of history at rice university. thank you for staying with us. i want to hone in on the last question for jake and get it from your perspective. does the president have to do more than offer stronger message of reassurance now in just a different setting now from the oval office. does he have to say we're doing x, y, z that is not the same x, y, z he said before. does it have to be something? >> i don't think it has to be something new. i think he has to articulate his policy. how are we going to defeat isis. what is the administration doing? there was a lot of confusion. a week ago it announced there
are going to be special ops troops going in syria. what does that mean? what is going on with the air strikes in syria. how do we deal with the idea of radicalization of americans? you know, it's being crowd sourced now by isis terrorism. and how is the u.s. government prepared to confront the challenge? i think it has to be a vigorous president obama and a sense of reassuring and also showing the resilience that the united states and the allies have in fighting and defeating isis. >> we know in the president's discussion of gun control specifically he has many times gone partisan. do we expect that in the setting, the oval office that the president will introduce a partisan argument tonight to the american people? >> for sure he's going to talk about the need to start making gun registration tougher. he's that great example that jake was just talking about that
it eats away at the president that the people seen as terrorists aren't really able to fly freely yet can walk into a gun show and buy a bunch of ammo and guns. i think he wants to connect the gun abuse issue, if you like, in the united states to this new wave of fighting terrorism we have to confront. >> we know that presidents throughout history, and you're our historian, have used this moment in the oval office specifically and not the east room, not other parts of the white house, not taken the message on the road to center the american people. especially at times of conflict. >> there's no question about it. that's why this is an important speech tonight. the president doesn't do this very often. partly because it's not his best form. he seems a little bit frozen. you can't have the deer in the headlight phenomena of staring at the camera and talking in a
serious tone. he wants to drive home the point that this is his priority the defeating of isis. many people have taken things he said about climate change, for example, as being the great threat to the planet. the president tonight is not giving a climate change speech. he's going to be talking directly about the war on terror and how we can, you know, defeat the enemy isis. >> all right. douglas brinkley, thank you so much. special coverage of the president's address begins at 7:00 p.m. eastern with wolf blitzer. the president speaks at 8:00 p.m. eastern. at 9:00 p.m. eastern all-star tribute celebration of cnn heros here on cnn. ahead we'll show you more of the terrifying moments. in is in a london subway stop. a man wielding a knife goes on the attack. we'll show you how it ended. also, the fbi raids another house searching for a motive in the mass shooting in bernardino,
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together, we're building a better california. this morning new information about the california terror attack. the fbi raided this house. investigators say a man who bought two rifles used by the california shooters lives there. the fbi is searching through phone records, travel, and computer records to find out why
syed farook killed 14 others. president obama is getting ready to address the nation at 8:00 p.m. eastern. he'll talk about the bernardino attacks, of course, and how the government plans to keep america safe. special coverage starts at 7:00 p.m. eastern. let's get more on the fbi raid in california. we have pablo sandoval for us in bernardino. tell us about the man who lives in this home and the raid. >> so at this point, victor, we know the search for answers for investigators lead them to this home late friday into saturday. we're told by officials that home belongs to a man who is an acquaint ens of syed farook. it's important to remember that this individual is not considered a suspect. not necessarily a person of
interest. and hasn't even been arrested. we're not necessarily identifying this individual publicly. but it's important that investigators try to hone in and try to track down some answers on how exactly those weapons or at least two of the weapons went from the unnamed individual to the married couple that carried out such a horrible attack here on wednesday. as that continues, we hear more from the community. it was an impressive scene on friday and saturday as tactical teams moved in. >> i got woken by a sound i heard from a loud speaker. it sounded like a voice from a loud speaker. i saw a big unmarked suv. that's where the sirens were coming from. i mean the lights. it was one single voice, you know, over a loud speaker. >> reporter: back out live this is a live picture of the parking lot. these vehicles you're looking at haven't been moved the last four
days. we can only assume that some of the vehicles possibly even belong to some of the 14 victims. it does go to show even though it's been really awhile now since the shooting took place and the shots rang out. the yellow tape and vehicles it's a reminder for the people here in bernardino of the tragic shooting that happened here just on wednesday. >> certainly and some folks, still, of course, on edge. pablo sandoval, thank you very much. the u.k. facing their own terror threat. watch. british police are calling a stabbing attack on the london subway there yesterday a terrorist incident. a man with a knife slashed several people. in just the last minutes, the authorities there reduced the number of victim from three initially now to two. they say that man was yelling "this is for syria." the man was taken into skcustod
and subdued by a stun gun. british officials are warning the public to stay alert and vigilant. let bring in former obama campaign, form policy advisor. david, good morning to you. because you have this familiarity with the president. talk about this address tonight from the oval office. what do you have to -- what do you expect he'll say? we've heard from people who know the president and the administration well that this is not his favorite forum because he doesn't do well there in the oval office. why is he choosing this? >> he needs to address a couple of things in this speech. first of all, he needs to talk about what is the plan to defeat isis. his discussion needs to go beyond just talking about air strikes. everyone knows we're doing air strikes and they're having an impact. how are we going to defeat isis on the ground in syria and iraq? that means explaining the role
of the special forces advisors he sent into iraq and now syria. what are they doing to defeat isis. if we're not going to put a substantial amount of u.s. troops on the ground, it's clear so farr that his plant is not to do that, how are we going to build the capacity of the forces on the ground that are currently fighting isis like the kurds in iraq and syria. like the iraqi security forces so they can defeat isis. that means not only building their capacity through training and providing them with weapons, but also building a legitimate alternative among sunnis to isis so the sunni population has someone else to look to to protect them and the areas once they are cleared of isis. that is probably the toughest part of that strategy. so he needs to explain that. he also has to explain how is he going to be continued to protect the united states? he's done a pretty good job so farr. but the attack in california is concerning. he needs to reassure americans that we're doing everything we can to protect against similar
attacks in the future in this country. >> so you've identified the foreign challenge of taking territory back from isis and holding it. but let's talk domestically now with the home grown terrorists and the self-radicalization which is difficult to detect if there is none of the traditional chatter between those who are possibly going to carry out the attacks and those ordering them. we heard this this weekend from home land security jeh johnson. they have outsourced attempts to attack our homeland. this requires a whole new approach, in my view. how close is the intelligence community to crafting whatever that approach is? >> well, i think what the secretary is talking about there is that we need to review our visa process and how we let visitors come to the united states. i think that is warranted under this situation. >> what about the people who are here who are not coming from outside the country. they are american born who are then self-radicalized.
what is that approach. how do you get to them? >> that's even more difficult. obviously, you know, people who are here who have a right to be here and especially u.s. citizens who are here have certain rights. so we need to -- it's a difficult situation. we need to continue to, you know, pick up any information we can through all of the intelligence services. especially, you know, falls a lot on the fbi to, you know, monitor any activity that indicates someone is becoming radicalized and follow those people to the extent possible under the law to, you know, protect the country against people who are radicalized within this country. you know, there's also a war of ideology. we need to win that war of ideology within our own country and citizens. those are some of the things. also, looking at visa of programs. >> david tafuri, good to have you. >> thank you. in the wake of the recent shooting massacre in paris, big concert was being held tonight
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tonight at 8:00 p.m. eastern prau president obama talks about terror threats. cnn special coverage begins at 7:00. and al 9:00 an all-star affair with cnn heros. "inside politics" with john king starts now. welcome to "inside politics." i'm john king. thank you for sharing your sunday morning. the president of the united states will deliver a rare prime time address to the nation tonight. he'll discuss the investigate into the bernardino shooting and the broader war against isis. the presidential address at 8:00 p.m. eastern from the white house comes at a critical moment. the california attack has raised fears about the prospects the of more isis-inspire ed bloodshed homeland securi ho