tv Erin Burnett Out Front CNN March 28, 2016 4:00pm-5:01pm PDT
they see this as both being against the so-called west. >> it is a real worrisome development. it isn't going away anytime soon. thanks very much. that's it for me. thanks for watching. "erin burnett outfront" starts right now. outfront next, breaking news. shots fired at the u.s. capital. the capital building. the white house locked down. we're live with the latest. an exclusive interview with ted cruz who issued a new challenge to donald trump to want. bernie sanders hat trick after three big wins this weekend, could his momentum carry him to the nomination? let's go "outfront." >> good evening, i'm erin burnett. outfront tonight, the breaking news. chaos at the capital. gunfire breaking out at the u.s. capital this afternoon. a man setting off metal detecters at the entrance pulling a gun, then shot by a capital policeman.
all taking place in an area crowded by tourists and those on spring break. he is identified as larry russell dawson. a female bystander injured, struck by shrapnel. a jittery nation in the wake of the terrorist attacks in brussels. brian todd is outfront tonight at the u.s. capital. what more can you tell us? the video from inside showed true chaos. >> reporter: it really was chaos, erin, when this happened. what we can show you right now is the latest in the investigation and a visual here. this pickup truck behind me, this silver dodge ram 1500 silver pickup truck truck with tennessee license plates, has been confirmed by law enforcement ashe suspect's vehicle. it is surrounded by law enforcement vehicles and personnel. it has not been searched yet. they may be waiting for a warrant to search it. what we can tell you is according to law enforcement sources and the capital hill police at a news conference is
that the suspect at about 2:45 p.m. eastern time went through a metal detecter at the capital visitors center. he, according to police, drew a weapon. at that point, police officers shot him and wounded him. a female bystander was wounded by shrapnel. both of them have been treated. the suspect larry russell dawson was taken away to a hospital. it is unclear tonight what his condition is, but he has been treated for his wounds. now, according to these court documents that we've obtained and looked through, in october of last year larry russell dawson was picked up for disrupting a session in the house of representatives. he said he was a prophet of god and started to yell and was subdued by law enforcement. these documents indicate that he was told that he should come and turn himself in, that they wanted to speak to him, and that he was restricted from going certain places inside the house chamber. he wrote a letter back to them, which we have among these documents, saying he was not
going to go talk to them and he was not going to comply with the the orders. larry russell dawson is his name. he is a 66-year-old man from tennessee. what's not clear tonight, erin, is what kind of weapon he drew, whether it was an actual firearm or loaded or not. we don't have that information yet. still working to get that, erin. >> thank you very much, brian todd. a nation on edge after the terror attacks in belgium. isis promising more to come. we have breaking news about the apartment where the brussels suicide bombers allegedly built those bombs. a source telling cnn they thought something suspicious was taking place in that apartment. video of one of the most wanted men in the world tonight. that is the man in white. nick paton walsh is outfront
tonight. >> reporter: it's the apartment at the heart of the brussels attacks, where the bakraoui brothers lived and made the bombs that tore through the metro and airport. a source with knowledge of the brothers' lives there has revealed to cnn just ten days ahead of the blasts. he explained to cnn that as this exclusive video shows police have sealed off both the top floor where the brothers lived and the one below it. why? because the brothers spilled so many chemicals ten days before the blasts when prepared their bombs it leaked through the top floor into the apartment below. the fact that chemicals could have leaked between entire floors in that building betrays really how careless the brothers must have been with the liquids they used to build those bombs, but also how many signs they were to the outside world that something was amiss. one man who regularly met the
brothers there and doesn't want to be identified for his own safety told cnn they were kind men and only had two beds and a refrigerator in the apartment. each time they went up with things in their hands, suitcases, things like that, he said. when you saw their face, you had no idea they were terrorists. i just saw one visitor just one time. the man he recognized is airport bomber and isis bomb maker najim laachraoui. his expertise would have been vital to the brothers in f preparing the bombs. he also explained that the brothers kept their working clothes and overalls in the basement of the building. another mysterious window into what the brothers did there with such impunity for so long. erin, you saw yourself here the staggering number of clues that seemed to be missed by belgian authorities. the one single potential moment of hope for the people of
belgium that they thought they'd caught the guy in the white, a man who was believed potentially to have been called faycal cheffou. they didn't have enough evidence to continue holding him. he is free to go. an enormous blunder. u.s. officials believe they have a list of names who this man could be. nothing conclusive to point out who he is, and it just adds to the staggering list of glaring clues that have been missed and identities still to be assessed in this investigation, aaroerin. >> thank you so much, nick paton walsh. if you hold someone for 24 hours in brussels, you have to let them go. phil, let me start with you. the breaking news out of
brussels. we have learned the bomb chemicals were leaking through the ceiling in the open, noxious smells and brussels authorities did not do anything. staggering. >> i think that's right. most counterterrorism officials would be reluctant to criticize a sister service. the first, we already knew some of these suspects had gone to brussels in advance. there's clues in the apartment building. i think there's a simple message here and that's a message of human error. a security service that doesn't face the kind of threat that paris had already seen is maybe lackadaisical in terms of how it investigates. that's the only explanation i can give you, erin, because this is basic counterterrorism stuff. >> not only did that not happen
after paris, but when the left ringleader was caught in brussels, there was no step up in interrogation. the fact that the brothers were using so many chemicals, these chemicals smell. you need a lot of space. people smelled it and it was leaking, so it actually creates the image on the part of the bombers of a pretty imprecise careless project that they didn't think they were going to be caught. it's leaking through the ceiling. they don't care. >> exactly. you can take it back further into the "charlie hebdo" attacks. we're talking about the same neighborhood here. not only were there mistakes made by police, but the police are handcuffed by the laws they have in that country and the fact that there seems to be no communication between these communities and law enforcement. they're not meeting them in
meetings like town hall meetings. you don't see any of that here. >> no. i've now met multiple young men who have talked about knowing multiple people, friends who are in syria. you heard the neighbor nick spoke to who said the terrorists were, quote, good people. generous guy who was well liked and well known in the community. is it possible to truly hide being a radical and a psychopath as it is clear from locals that these men did? >> sure, it is. we have seen in case after case people can compartmental their lives. a 17 or 18-year-old will be radicalized and will buy a ticket to go overseas to fight and the parent comes in and says i didn't even know my child was being radicalized. the compartmentation they can do is just remarkable, erin. >> something breaking tonight is very significant for counterterrorism operations
around the world. the fbi, they were trying to sue apple, begging apple to let them into that iphone related to the san bernardino attacks. apple has been saying now. the fbi says, forget the lawsuit, we found a way to get into that iphone and now we're in. >> i think that was a matter of time until the fbi was able to get in. this has been an issue for all law enforcement agencies not only just on the counterterrorism side but on the criminal investigative side. i think the fbi has been working on this for quite a while as well as other agencies that are in the technical end of criminal investigations. and this was skrjust a matter o time. i was glad to see they were able to get into that phone. >> it just goes to show you if there is a will, there is a way. thanks so much to both of you. don't miss "terror in paris" wednesday night at 9:00. outfront next, an exclusive interview with ted cruz. his new challenge to donald trump right here outfront.
women voters for trump standing by their man. >> because he insults men as well, i can't be upset that he's insulting the women. that wouldn't be fair. >> but did trump go too far with his comments about ted cruz's wife. plus, a huge weekend for bernie sanders. >> with your support coming here in wisconsin, we have a path toward victory. [ cheering ] >> we're going to lay that path out for you "outfront." we'll be right back. soup and sandwich and cannonballs and clean and real and looking good and sandwich and soup and a new personal best. and a little help and soup and sandwich
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tonight, new threats and attacks as donald trump and ted cruz make a big play for the crucial battleground state of wisconsin, a crucial upcoming primary that could dramatically reshape the campaign and the candidates know it. tonight, a new sign the republican race could get a whole lot uglier. trump now threatening to sue for votes. sunlen serfaty is outfront. >> reporter: donald trump accusing ted cruz of trying to steal delegates. >> he's trying to steal things because that's the way ted works. the system is a broken system. >> reporter: and threatening to su
sue sue, saying, quote, lawsuit coming. >> i am always amusing when donald doesn't know what to do. he threatens lawsuits. >> reporter: both he and cruz won 18 pledged tell g ed delega there are ten delegates that are still up for grabs and five that are unbound. the "wall street journal" reports that cruz is in a potential to pick up all ten thanks to his campaign's organizational skill at the delegate selection process. the delegate fight comes as trump and cruz continue their war of words over their spouses. >> i didn't even know it was necessarily a very bad picture of her versus melania. >> reporter: trump refusing to apologize for retweeting a photo of heidi cruz next to his wife melania. >> he owes me an apology because what he did was wrong. he sent out a picture to people in utah -- >> he didn't.
you know he didn't. you know it was a superpac. >> reporter: the exchange coming between a contentious interview with a conservative talk show host in wisconsin. >> mr. trump, before you called into my show, did you know that i'm a hashtag never trump guy? >> i did not know that, no. >> these are completely made up lies. they're garbage. they're indicative of just how low trump will go. >> reporter: a charge trump denies. >> i had absolutely nothing to do with it. >> sunlen, you spoke exclusively to ted cruz. he's challenging trump to a one-on-one department tomorrow.
>> reporter: he's trying to push trump into having that tomorrow night. they're scheduled to appear back to back. cruz calling on donald trump to force this into a debate tomorrow night. here's what he had to say. >> look, tomorrow cnn has two town halls back to back. an hour with me. an hour with donald trump in the exact same location. we should make it a debate. let's make it a two-hour debate. cnn has already scheduled it. you've got a venue. you've got a location. you've got the tv cameras. the only thing missing is donald trump because he's scared to debate. >> last we talked on friday you said you were not in the habit of supporting someone who attacked your wife. are you prepared to definitively say you will not support donald trump if he's the nominee? >> as you rightly noted, i'm not in the habit of supporting
someone who has attacked my wife or my family. trump will not be the nominee. >> reporter: i said a lot of your women supporters here at your campaign events say they will not support donald trump if he becomes the nominee. senator cruz would not go farther than he had in the past,just saying he's not the habit of supporting someone who attacks his wife, but is inching in my opinion -- it feels like he's inching toward held not. >> which is a big move as you point out, sunlen. last time he was asked publicly he said he would support him. seems like a shift now. let's go straight to katrina peterson and ben ferguson. let me start with you, katrina, first on this issue of ted cruz telling sunlen there that he wants to make this a debate tomorrow night, not a town hall, a debate. is that something donald trump will consider? >> well, this wasn't news. senator cruz and the campaign
have been talking about this for the better part of a week now. no, absolutely not. senator cruz does not dictate mr. trump's schedule and he's going to proceed accordingly. >> there's your answer to that. ben, let me ask you about this shift that sunlen noted. she said the last time when he was asked will you support the frontrunner and he said yes. then he said i'm not in the habit of supporting people who are critical of my wife and donald trump will not be the nominee, so this isn't a conversation. sunlen thinks he's moving toward he won't support donald trump. do you hear it that way as well. >> i think ted cruz is on point here. you have donald trump where it looks like he's getting to the point where he is pathologically lying. that is a pathological liar to say something consistently that is not true.
we have him saying he's stealing an election in louisiana. that's a pathological lie. that is also not true. you have donald trump who is doing everything in his power to not debate ted cruz and he's doing it because he realizes he can not sit there one on one with ted cruz and actually debate these issues, so instead he slanders and he lies and he makes up lies and calls into radio shows and then realizes i didn't know who was calling. i thought everyone loves me. i say i don't like their radio show anymore, as we heard today. this is what donald trump does. when he doesn't get his way, he says i'm really rich and i'm going to sue you and everyone in louisiana who doesn't give me exactly what i want. i think he's becoming unhinged in this campaign. >> unhinged, katrina? >> there is only one campaign that has consistently had dirty tricks and had to fire people
for them. that is not donald trump's campaign. there's only one campaign that has been making those types of accusations against -- >> hold on, hold on. >> ben, you had your turn and now i get mine. mr. trump said from the beginning he does not support superpacs and told the other candidates to do the same. >> not answering a simple question. >> hold the campaigns accountable for the superpacs that attack him. that is what he did. it was a pro-ted cruz ad. ted cruz's name was on the ad. it was a superpac. mr. trump held them accountable. >> ben, donald trump is trying to say the superpac is the same thing as a candidate. stop with all this distinction, which is something a lot of the american people think too. we're best friends of the guys in the campaign. supposedly, they're not allowed to talk. isn't it all the same thing? >> let's be clear about this. this picture -- and let's deal with the actual lie here.
you have donald trump's campaign saying that ted cruz bought a picture from "gq". >> this is a picture of me llan nude, right? >> yes. if the superpacs were talking, it would be against the law. there is no facts that back up that any picture was bought. that is a pathological lie by donald trump's campaign. you're lying and we're suing you. >> where are the facts that donald trump put out this horrible tabloid? where are the facts? senator cruz held a press conference and the facts are rubio's people have been on record by many reporters by now saying that it was rubio people not donald trump. where are your facts there? >> i don't know why you don't have any i guess you'd say
scruples when it comes these types of stories. your name was in the story. the fact that you're willing to use this to the advantage of the campaign and put your own name through the mud, which you have also said this story is fact ch factually incorrect. >> it's a tabloid story. ben, if it is such garbage, why is ted cruz continually bringing it up? >> that's my point. >> it shows you that donald trump is willing to pathologically lie. roger stone who is connected to his campaign and is best friends with the "national enquirer," the idea that donald trump is not the originator of this story is insanity not to connect these simple dots and realize they endorse donald trump. >> connecting the dots are not facts, ben. rubio's people are on record doing it. >> let me finish this. your name is in this to make
this story look like somehow that donald trump's campaign was not connected to this. >> my name is in this because the establishment doesn't want me doing exactly what i'm doing and that is helping donald trump win the republican nomination and win the presidency. it's not going to work. it didn't work. it's not true with regards to myself. for ted cruz to blame the trump campaign for something that the establishment has done is very, very transparent. >> this is exactly why donald trump will not debate ted cruz because he can not talk about issues, but he can talk about tabloids and these types of stories. >> okay. >> donald trump is not talking about it. >> thanks very much to you. we'll have you back as we always do. thank you both. tomorrow on cnn, the final three republican presidential candidates will take part in a live town mall from milwaukee. bernie sanders will be any
guest. outfront next, bernie sanders with landslide victories in washington, alaska, and hawaii. does he have a path to victory? we're going to show it to you. women who support donald trump. do his comments ever offend them? >> no, because we're strong women. we know who we are. we have respect for ourselves -- >> you felt megyn kelly provoked the attack? >> she provoked the attack. and spur of the moment things. sheraton. ♪ find fast relief behind the counter allergies with nasal congestion? with claritin-d. [ upbeat music ] strut past that aisle for the allergy relief that starts working in as little as 30 minutes and contains the best oral decongestant. live claritin clear, with claritin-d.
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bernie sanders scoring an electoral hat trick this weekend going three for three against hillary clinton in alaska, hawaii, and washington state. right now, here's the bottom line. 1256 for hillary clinton. 1019 for bernie sanders. 2,383 are needed to win overall. in other words, it's close. it's close enough that today the media adviser said this. >> i think it's clear now anybody who knows how to count delegates that neither candidate, hillary clinton nor bernie sanders, is going to win a majority of the delegates to the democratic convention with
just pledged delegates. okay? no one is going to do that. >> so that's pledged delegates, which means it comes down to this. the word superdelegates and who is that? those are democratic patient officials whose votes could swing the nomination to hillary clinton. tom, let's start with the basic math. bernie sanders with that big electoral win this weekend, the hat trick, what's his path forward from here? >> it is a narrow path through a deep canyon, erin, but it is not impassable or impossible. these are all the states that hillary clinton has won so far shown here in deep blue, and these are all the states bernie sanders has won so far. if you break it down to that delegate math, this is what you get. yes, she has a lead here over him. she is closer to winning the 2083 delegates you need to clinch the nomination before the convention. here's another way of looking at it though. she needs 63% of all the remaining delegates out there in
all the other states, and he needs 77% of all those delegates. let's ask if this is even possible on his part. 77%, that's pretty big. if you look at wisconsin, the next big race that's coming up, 86 delegates available there. this is a state that is almost 90% white. that's good for him in the sense that she does stronger with minority voters out there, but it's a state that's kind of middle age, meaning it is not really old, not really young in terms of the population. that might help one of them if it shifted one way or the other, and it is a state where that has relatively low unemployment. he's done pretty well in states where there is high unemployment. he has to come out of here with three out of four of these delegates. then he needs to repeat that again in new york, new jersey, pennsylvania, and california over here. as i said, erin, it is a narrow path through a steep canyon, but
not undoable. >> one thing that's hard to understand when you just take a step back and you say get outside all the math and the inside baseball of this is how hillary clinton has a 350 delegate advantage over bernie sanders before a single person voted. no one voted yet she had all those delegates in her corner just based on the superdelegates. how does that happen if bernie sanders keeps winning from here? could the superdelegates swing in his direction? they don't have to vote for hillary clinton. they're not obligated to do so. >> yeah, but many of them say they're going to do so. they're elected officials and party big wigs. this is the establishment. they have overwhelmingly so far said they will support hillary clinton when it comes to the convention and they get to weigh in. this is the thing. if he keeps winning states and if he has a lot of momentum going in and if for some reason
at convention time a lot of these establishment democrats say if for some reason we don't think she can win, but he can, then they could shift over here. the bottom line though is this still remains a difficult haul for bernie sanders, but for everything hillary clinton has tried so far, she has yet to knock him out of this race. erin? >> thank you very much, tom foreman. i want to go to a sanders supporter and author of "the essential bernie sanders and his vision for america." and political commentator who is a hillary clinton supporter. looking at the playing field from here on out just on a state-by-state basis, do you think bernie sanders could win the nomination? you heard how tom described it. impassable, but not impossible. >> he called it a canyon, i think. i think his report was quite good. a credit to tom.
if you look since march 15th, she had a 326 delegate lead. now it's down to 240. tom is absolutely right. no one is going to come with the convention with enough delegates to clinch this nomination. it is going to come down to a debate, which will involve the superdelegates. there is no reason -- we are not going to drop out. we just raised $4 billion just since saturday. we'll have plenty of resources to compete. people are going to look and say, who can beat donald trump or if ted cruz actually manages to get the nomination, who could beat either of them. the polls have been absolutely consistent. bernie sanders does far better against donald trump, against kasich, and cruz than hillary clinton does. hillary clinton's unfavorability ratings are very, very high. bernie scores very well with
independents, much better than hillary clinton. those are the people we have to excite and bring into the election. when you come into the convention and people are looking at those polls, we've got to go to bernie sanders. >> what do you say to people who are worried about these superdelegates? if you're hillary clinton, you want to win this without anyone having conversations about superdelegates who decided they were going to vote for you before any regular americans actually voted. jake tapper asked debbie wasserman-schultz about this recently. here's what she said. >> unpledged delegates exist really to make sure that party leaders and elected officials don't have to be in a position where they are running against grass roots activists. >> ouch. that sounds like the system is rigged against grass roots
activists, against people like bernie sanders. >> the system is not rigged. this is not a new system. in fact, i'm a fervent supporter of barack obama. this is the same system that the, quote/unquote, grass roots barack obama beat hillary clinton in 2008. it's nev in 2008, we only had about 60 superdelegates to actually flip from hillary clinton to barack obama, so there was not a ton of flipping there either, but this is a long road ahead for bernie sanders. this is a steep road ahead. we look forward to wisconsin and then new york. >> thank you both very much. we will see. outfront next, a slap in the face from fidel castro. and we talk to a group of women who tell us why they back donald
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donald trump says nobody has more respect for women than he does, but critics point out that he has called women bimbos and fat pigs. the big question is whether donald trump's female supporters even care about this. we asked them. martin savage is outfront. >> who is for donald trutrump? >> i'm for trump. >> i'm for trump. >> reporter: i'm in tucson with a group of conservative women. they meet every month to talk about politics a they all support donald trump. i'm going to go around and just say why. >> i just find that what you see is what you get with this man and that is what i want. >> he's not afraid to say what he thinks. he is a strong man with a strong personality. he really does love his country. he loves people. he really has a respect for
women. >> reporter: to non-trump supporters that may seem ridiculous given some of the things trump has said and done. for example, the weekend twitter fight between ted cruz and donald trump. you have seen this. this was a retweet by donald trump. have we crossed some sort of line here? >> this tweeting, it's quite ridiculous. we need to focus on the issues at hand and what's going on in our country and around the world and the problems. >> this latest incident involving him does not change your support. >> this isn't new to politics. it's not nice. >> reporter: he's unfiltered, not politically correct. that's something these women love. even if they don't always love how he says things. >> i've cringed maybe on occasion when he's said a certain thing. i've wondered why he said a certain thing, but that's his
personality. he's just lets it roll. >> reporter: nowhere has trump perhaps let it roll more than with his feud with megyn kelly. >> you've called women you don't like fat pigs, slobs, and disgusting animals. >> he's been baited by meagan kelly. he's been baited -- >> you really think that? sq >> the first question asked by her at that first bait was to bait donald trump to get him in a position where he would react. >> how about his reaction to that? >> you could see there was blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of her whatever. >> you don't know what his connotation was. i didn't take it that way. >> i would have thought that would have got you upset. >> not really.
he insults men as well. >> reporter: how is it they didn't seem to think their personal values of honesty and decency weren't being supported by donald trump? is there anything donald trump could do that would make your change your support? >> just going back on his policies and on the issues. >> that was just a fascinating -- fascinating. what did they say to you they would do if donald trump is not the nominee? >> these are very politically passionate and very strong willed women. they said they would be angry. they would be frustrated and every single one of them said they would quit the republican party. they say they know a lot of other women who support donald trump, but don't necessarily come forward and talk about it because they're afraid of some kind of backlash. they all intend to vote.
erin? >> martin savage, thank you very much. david gergin is with me. that was a fascinating report to hear those women, their points of view, why the way they feel the way they feel. are you surprised? >> i'm not surprised, but i am surprised. they live in arizona. they do represent a minority viewpoint in the country. i think what that shows is that they're not going to stand in the way and support him all the way through the nomination process. if he gets to the general election, if you look at the numbers, he's hovering at a place where he could become unelectable. his unfavorability ratings with women have gone from 58% to 73%. we've never seen -- hillary
clinton has also got a lot of people disapproving of her. well over 50%, but trump is up in the 2/3 range. you can't get elected if the 73% say i don't like him. i'm not going to vote for him. >> thank you very much. a fascinating report and a fascinating takeaway. fidel castro slamming president obama over his trip to cuba. the dictator speaking out. jeanne moos on the newest member of the trump family. choice for . he's agreed to give it up. ok, but i have 30 acres to cover by sundown. we'll be with him all day as he goes back to taking tylenol. yeah, i was ok, but after lunch my knee started hurting again so... more pills. yep... another pill stop. can i get my aleve back yet? for my pain... i want my aleve. get all day minor arthritis pain relief
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tonight fidel castro slamming president obama just days after though president's historic trip to cuba. the form dictator saying we don't need the empire to give us anything. it was part of a critical column in the communist newspaper entiltsde entitled brother obama. this is an about-face, right? the government was welcoming president obam afirst trip from a u.s. president in 90 years. now fidel castro with this major slam at barack obama. why now? >> you know, erin, how quickly things changed. when you were here, raul castro was wining and dining with president obama. they went and saw a baseball game together. this morning we wake up to this. cuba's newspaper, the state-run
newspaper, the only kind you get in cuba and a 1500 full page article from fidel castro just attacking obama in every which way. of course, talking to government officials today, they said, well, he's retired. he's been out of power for almost a decade. he only speaks for himself. this is a right that he has still but when fidel castro speaks any time, people take notice and they are today. and they are wondering what the disconnect is. >> they certainly are and they are noticing in the united states. when i was with you last week, most of the cubans i interacted with were excited about barack obama's visit. why the disconnect? why would fidel castro come out with this? >> and that disconnect only seems wider, talking to cubans who have digested the speech. they seem ecstatic about the way that president obama respectfully but very clearly laid out the differences between
the u.s. government and the cuban government. there has been something of a fear, though, among the cuban government, the officials point view of that perhaps president obama was too effective in reaching the cuban people in a way the cuban leadership just never does. the cuban leadership, you dont see them having that common touch that perhaps u.s. official that president obama when meeting with comedians here and cracking jokes and speaking spanish really showed that he possessed. and i think in a lot of ways this is an answer to president obama's way of getting around the cuban government and really showing the u.s. is not the enemy. fidel castro is coming back in a strong way and saying, no, the u.s. is still the enemy. but these two governments have to continue to work forward on these issues. they don't have another choice. >> patrick, thank you. outfront next, jeanne moos on donald trump. a grandfather for the eight h
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for weeks donald trump has been saying his daughter ivanka is going to have a baby at any moment. grandpa trump finally got his wish. here's jeanne moos. >> reporter: donald trump was a hands-on grandpa. >> ivanka, we have a hospital ready just in case. >> reporter: even before there was a baby to put his hands on.
here he is. meet theodore james, born in new york city. >> congratulations. >> thank you. it's very exciting. >> how did it happen? what time? >> how did it happen? >> don't answer that. >> reporter: trump had told a mostly jewish audience. >> my daughter ivanka is about to have a beautiful jewish baby. >> reporter: ivanka convotered to judaism before marrying jared kushner and the baby was born. >> on easter. we have an easter baby, which is beautiful. >> donald trump, kissing babies? >> reporter: when they are his own. >> hi, sweetd heart. >> reporter: abc's 2020 caught the donald's warm and fuzzy side when they stormed his office. ivanka's 4-year-old told her this. >> my daughter sees a large pothole in the middle of the new york city street. she says, grandpa would not like that. >> reporter: jimmy kimmel
supplied the book. >> winners do deals and winners get rich while sad little losers just sit there and [ bleep ]. >> reporter: baby theodore, we wanted you to have this video scrapbook so some day you could look back and see how even though you were still in the womb, you were already part of the 2016 presidential campaign. >> ivanka can have a baby like tonight. in fact, it could be happening right now. it could be any second. it could even be before i'm finished. >> reporter: when the baby's name theodore was announced, some made an instant connection to ted -- cruz. some replaced the baby's head with ted's. >> lying ted. lying ted. what's your name? >> reporter: call him crying ted. the only lying this baby is doing is in a crib. jeanne moos, cnn, new york. >> all right. well, thank you for joining us. we'll see you tomorrow live from milwaukee where bernie sanders will join us for a live interview.
you'll see that only "outfront" tomorrow. in the meantime, "ac 360" with anderson cooper begins right now. good evening. we begin with breaking news. new details about the man police say is responsible for these terrifying and potentially deadly moments today on capitol hill. some fleeing. others told to shelter in place. larry russell dawson, 66 years old. here he is being taken away on a stretcher. he was already on the radar before today. already known to them before. they say he pulled a gun at a capitol checkpoint and police opened fire seriously wounding him and leaving a bystander with minor injuries. brian todd has been covering the story from the early moments. what do we know about what's going on right now with the suspect's truck? >> yes, anderson. we can tell you this is confirmed to be his vehicle, this silver dodge ram pickup truck. it looks like police are about to tow i