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mr. trump goes to washington. don't worry -- >> foreign policy will always put the interests of the american people and american security above all else. it has to be first. has to be. >> but don't worry, he's not getting too presidential. not yet anyway. >> lyin' ted, right? lyin' ted. he's an outright liar. >> and not to be outdone, ted cruz makes a big announcement, his vice president.
>> after a great deal of time and thought, after a great deal of consideration and prayer, i have come to the conclusion that if i am nominated to be president of the united states, that i will run on a ticket with my vice presidential nominee carly fiorina. >> so ordinarily waits to actually get the nomination before choosing a running mate, but you do you, senator. meanwhile on a day that lays off hundreds of campaign staffers, the day after hillary clinton won four of five states, bernie sanders says this -- >> let me also make it clear so that there is no confusion. we are in this campaign to win and become the democratic nominee. >> we're going to get to all of
that. i want to begin with the breaking news on the prince investigation. evan perez is here with more on what authorities found they searched prince's home. investigators are speaking to cnn. what are they telling you? >> they found opioid medications both on his person and in the home, don. so that's significant because now they're trying to figure out whether that played any role in his death. and this is now why the local investigators have brought in the dea because they want to know where these medications came from. they want to know whether or not he was prescribed these medications, or whether or not someone else was giving it to him or whether it played a role in his death. they are waiting for toxicology results to come back to determine whether or not this played any role in the death. >> we know he had a health scare about a week before his death on a plane. are investigators make anything connection to that? >> it certainly adds another
piece of the puzzle here because he was traveling and he had an emergency landing in illinois. when the pilot radioed in that they needed to have this emergency landing, he said they had an unresponsive male. we now know that that was prince. we're told that the authorities found that he was provided or he was treated for a drug that is commonly used to treat people with overdoses for opioid medications. it doesn't mean necessarily that's what he was on. a lot of times they give this treatment to people just in case. and it doesn't do any harm if you're not suffering from that, but it certainly adds another piece of this puzzle because it means that they had reason to believe that this is something he needed to have. it saved his life obviously. >> investigators have brought in the dea to hapelp with the case.
what's the role of the dea? >> their role is to find out if he had a legal prescription and if there was some other source for this drug. this is a very commonly abused drug, opioids. it's tightly controlled by the dea. they know the records of doctors and so on who prescribe these medications. that's one reason why they're involved. >> i want you to stand by and i'm going to bring in dr. drew pinsky of hln. dr. drew, thank you so much. what's your reaction when you heard? >> we heard he had hip pain and it was rumored he had been treated with percocet. it doesn't matter the name of the medication, opiates and opioids are dangerous medications but they become lethal when they're combined with a benzodiazepine medication.
that on top of the opiate could certainly be something that figured large into the story. one comment about the plane landing and him receiving narcan in the field, it's always given for an unresponsive patient, whether you know they're on opiates or not because sometimes an unresponsive patient could be under the influence opiate medication. >> is it hard, dr. drew, to overdose on pain medication like this? >> 95% of the pain medication
like this is prescribed in the u.s. it's grotesquely overprescribed. the combination the opiate with the benzo is a lethal combination. the opioid by itself is very difficult to overdose on. the two together, very easy to overdose on. i worked in a psychiatric hospital for almost 30 years is this chronic, ongoing progressive problem with behavior and struggles with addiction. you don't see that. my hunch is that there's some kind of underlying chronic medical problem that became affected by the prescribing recently in such a way that the two together really added into a catastrophe. my fear is that once again it is my peers and that relationship with opiates and benz owes that
kill. these days if you're an addict, you're not going to die from an elicit drug. cocaine and even heroin won't kill you. it's the prescription that kills you at the bedside. look at the celebrities that have died in the last five years. a prescription drug but taking a little too much of it and it's the lethal combo of it that l s leads to their demise. >> thank you, dr. drew. let's go to sunlen serfaty. you spoke to carly fiorina. what is she saying? >> i spoke with carly fiorina right after she stepped off stage with senator cruz today and really speaking to how
quickly this came together, she told me she was only asked yesterday by senator cruz to be his running mate, though she did indicate these conversation himself been ongoing in her description for quite some time. i did talk to her about the criticism surrounding much of the announcement today, this conversation swirling around that so much of this seems like a very shrewd political maneuver by the cruz campaign, the criticism that it seems like an act of dress operatiesperation. here's what she had to say. >> everything about this campaign, everything about this election is unprecedented. let's face it, these are unprecedented times and we face unprecedented challenges and dangers. i think this is a confident leader who knows what he wants to do for this nation and who wants the nation to understand who he is, what he believes and who he wants by his side to fight this fight on behalf of the american people.
>> so really carly fiorina trying to say this is an atypical move because this is an atypical campaign. she later went on to really respond to donald trump's criticism more directly saying point blank that "i will see you on the campaign trail, donald," so indicating she intends to bring her attack line to the campaign trail in its more formal capacity. >> donald trump already sees himself as a presumptive nominee in this race so how is he responding to cruz's announcement? >> it's interesting. he certainly is responding specifically to the carly fiorina announcement, specifically about her, trump bringing up at many times today recent things that carly fiorina has said when they were once gop rivals but certainly trump is
honing in on what this says about senator cruz and what this says about the status of his campaign, trump saying it's a sign of desperation and he's just wasting his time choosing a vice presidential running mate given at that he has no mathematical path to the nomination before a contested convention. here's what donald trump said earlier tonight in indianapolis. >> on television they say it nice le nicely, "he's got no path to victory." he's mathematically eliminated. he has set a record, though. he is the first presidential candidate in the history of this country who's mathematically eliminated from becoming president who chose a vice presidential candidate. it's a record. looking honestly i wish him well but, for example, they're not
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. what a day in politics. donald trump debuts his more presidential side and ted cruz names a running mate without getting the nomination. here is kayleigh mcenany and ron nehring and matt lewis, senior contributor to the daily caller and author of "too dumb to fail." ted cruz picks carly fiorina for a running mate. is this a hail mary, you think? >> carly fiorina is tremendous. i got to know her when i was state republican party chairman in california, she ran for the u.s. senate there. she won a republican primary, a hotly contested republican primary. she energizes people, she's knowledgeable about the issues. >> she's very qualified but is this a hail mary? >> no, it's not. senator cruz arrived at his decision as to who he would like to see as his running mate. why sit on it until the convention? she's a very, very powerful campaigner, a great addition to the team. now she can go out and campaign
with senator cruz and american people can know this is who the ticket is. if we nominate ted cruz, we'll have carly fiorina be a great vice president. it's a total winner. >> we heard donald trump say cruz doesn't have a pathway to the nominated. at what point should he quit? >> donald trump is going to get mathematically eliminated by the 1st of june. this is going to go to the multi-ballot question. it will be up to the delegates to exercise their judgment to see who is the candidate is at the center of the republican party and can go on and win the general election against hillary clinton. that is ted cruz overwhemingly and with his running mate carly fiorina. >> kayleigh? >> you know, this was a hail mary today what we saw. you know, ron just asked why sit on this until the convention.
i would ask why announce it today? he announced it today because there were five states that ted cruz got trounced in. so this today was an effort to change the news cycle away from donald trump's victories and towards ted cruz. i agree with ron that carly fiorina is tremendous, but this is a desperate move and it's time for ted cruz to do what bernie sanders is doing, which is to come together and unite this party and do it around donald trump. >> smart move, act of desperation? >> all of the above. i think everybody is right here. if ted cruz was up and had more delegates, there's no way he'd be picking a vice president. he wants to have two people out there on the stump doubling his effort. sure, it's desperation but i think it's a smart move. it doesn't mean he's doomed. ted cruz still can pull this off. it's not going to be easy. he has to win indiana.
this is something you do when your back's against the wall. >> matt, to the critics now. you know where they go. they go on twitter. donald trump's son eric tweeted "this is truly the greatest act of desperation." the math really is against ted cruz at this point. >> he's got to win indiana. ronald reagan did this in 1976 when he pushed richard swieker. it didn't work out for ronald reagan. maybe it will this time, though. it's not a crazy idea. talk about naming his cabinet, why not? i mean, george w. bush in 2000 didn't officially do this, but he basically -- everybody knew that colin powell and conde rice and a whole bunch of people were going to be part of his administration. they went around the country, they were at the convention.
it's not a crazy idea. >> what exactly does carly fiorina add to the race? i mean, if trump beats cruz in indiana, will we see enough to stop trump in california? fiorina lost to barbara boxer in the senate race. >> she's a respectable woman, i like her a lot. ted cruz is trying to shore up his base. he didn't win a single state in the southeast, he lost among very conservative voters. he's just trying to win the base at this point. carly fiorina is someone who can allegedly bring in the base. >> go ahead, ron. >> ted cruz is someone who is very deliberate in this process. he went through a very, very long list of potential vice presidential running mates -- >> the question was what does carly fiorina add to it? >> that's what i was about to say. there is someone who can serve in the office of president of the united states, which should be the first consideration, someone who shares the governing
philosophy of the candidate of ted cruz in this particular case. she's been campaigning with ted cruz for the last seven weeks. she is just tremendous. she electrifies the base of this republican party, she connects with people in a way that's very, very real, very, very genuine. again, i spent time with her when i was state party chairman. very, very impressive. she was brand new to the scene in politics in 2010. she defeated two well established politicians who were running against her in the closed california republican primary. she's going to be tremendous. i'm really glad that she is someone we can have active out there on the campaign trail in this role and now we know what we're going to get as opposed to donald trump, mr. flexible, mr. erratic, four different positions on issues on a given day. the contrast -- what does she add? >> that's not the second part of the question. >> the contrast with cruz just sharpened. but i just wanted to -- >> the full question was what
does carly fiorina add to this race because if trump beats cruz in indiana, will she be enough to stop trump in california because she lost to barbara boxer in 2010? that's the exact question. >> here's what she adds: the difference between ted cruz and this ticket and carly fiorina versus donald trump just got sharper. if you compare all of the things that carly fiorina brings to the table, you know, her having been a very, very experienced in the areas of foreign policy, national security with respect to all of our various foreign intelligence apparatus, she was involved with the advisory commission on the cia and the like. you contrast her style and her experience to donald trump's crazy foreign policy speech today, you cannot draw a clearer contrast there. this sharpens the difference between what donald trump offers, which is erratic, and steady conservative proven
leadership with ted cruz and carly fiorina. that is the biggest thing she brings to this ticket, further sharpening that difference. >> thank you ron, thank you kayleigh, thank you ron. >> and the man who says donald trump's foreign policy speech was incoherent and a mishmash of populous pandering. ♪ does nobody use a turn signal anymore? ♪ unlimited data from at&t means you can stream it all.
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. fresh off of his big sweep of five states in the northeast, donald trump lays out his foreign policy agenda. he vows to put the interests of the american people and american security before anything else. joining me to discuss this is faried zakaria. give me the big picture. what did you think about his address? >> he has talked about it in the past, building a wall in mexico, slapping sanctions on china, populous, some would say xenophobic. this was an attempt to lay out a grand strategy. it's fair to say it was pretty incoherent. he said we're going to get our
allies to trust us more but we're going to be totally unpredictable and i'm going to leave nato if they don't pay their fair share. we're going to spend as much as it takes to build the military but i'm going to pay down the national debt meanwhile. we'll never spread democracy but we're going to be spreading western values. it's not exactly what it meant. there were the usual criticisms of the administration, which are fair game, frankly. it was interesting at one point there, it was as critical, perhaps even more critical of the george w. bush administration than of the obama administration. but on the whole, really a mish mash of populous pandering masquerading as foreign policy. >> i will not hesitate to deploy military force when there is no alternative. but if america fight, it must only fight to win.
i will never send our finest into battle unless necessary, and i mean absolutely necessary, and will only do so if we have a plan for victory with a capital v. >> what does he mean by that? >> well, it's a good question, right? we'll only fight to win as oppose to what, previous presidents who fought to lose? we don't need a plan for victory? what he's trying to get at is the idea that the military should not be ham strung, that there should be a clear path to victory, which is all well and good but then he says he going to go in and fight isis and defeat them. here's the problem. there isn't a clear plan for victory against isis. you can defeat them but then you occupy real estate in syria. are you going to rule syria? that has always been the thing
that has stopped people. and that's the real world. can you have these slogans but in the real world, there's the step to after you drop the bombs that's always quite complicated. >> you mentioned how he criticized the bush and obama administration, there was scathing criticism of their foreign policies, calling them a mess. let's take a listen and then we'll talk about isis. >> and then there's isis. i have a simple message for them. their days are numbered. i won't tell them where and i won't tell them how. we must -- we must as a nation be more unpredictable. we are totally predictable. we tell everything. we sending troops, we tell them. we're sending something else, we have a new conference. we have to be unpredictable and we have to be unpredictable starting now. >> so, fareed, what then of this
idea of unpredictability? does he have a point there? the obama administration has been criticized for telegraphing too much to the enemy. does he have a point here? >> there's always a balance in the democracy. one of the reasons you explain what happens is let's say the trump administration sends soldiers into some country and some of them die there and it's the first the american public has ever heard that we were operating in a foreign country. that has been problematic in the past in american history and people have felt that in a democracy, we need to know what is going on and yet you don't want to telegraph to the enemy. so it's a fair question where the balance is. the point about isis is incomprehensible to me because isis knows we are fighting them. isis knows we're aiding the iraqi soldiers, we're dropping bombs on them all the time. it wouldn't come as a surprise
to isis that the military was engaged in military conflict. the big problem in defeating isis is what do you do to keep them defeated, make sure they stay defeated and that involves some kind of creation of stability in syria. but in another part of his speech, trump says no nation building. these are the contradiction, that are inherent in the nature of -- when you're just feeding people what they want to hear, you end up with a bunch of contradictory statements. >> today he said he wants to be friendlier with russia. he's not the first to say they want to reset relations with russia. >> i'm glad you said reset. trump said what barack obama and hillary clinton said. this was the plan to reset relations and turns out vladimir putin doesn't like to all play nice. that part will unsettled the
eastern airlines, people that are worried about their sovereign and territorial integrity. >> i know you have a very interesting perspective on this one because he keeps bringing up this idea of respect saying that america is being humiliated and he talked about the sailors detained by irannd the failure to win an olympic bid after the president personally went do denmark to win his case. is this red meat for trump supporters? >> it's red meat for trump supporters because the whole basis of his narrative is the united states is being screwed as the world. >> does he have a point there? >> every four years someone tries to get the olympics. if you look around the world, we're growing 50% faster than europe, four times faster than
japan. our military remains the envy of the world. on the other hand, china is slowing down, brazil imploding. if you ask somebody from the rest of the world, who is doing well, they will point to america. and so what is the metric by which the united states is doing so badly? the fact that the cuban sends one 80-year-old guy rather than another 80-year-old guy to receive obama? who cares. >> he does have a way of taking these complex global issues and sort of simplifying them and then projecting power at the same time. i don't know if you agree with that but i think he does. how do you think this resonated with the american people? >> can you always simplify if you're simplifying incorrectly. i would say somebody like bill clinton was also good at simplifying but in some ways reflecting more accurately what was actually going on. trump gets the numbers all wrong. he said that the merchandise
trade deficit was $1 trillion. he's off by an order of magnitude. i think what resonates is this idea that the united states shouldn't be played, that we shouldn't be taken for patsies, that the united states needs to stand up. there's a deep tradition in america of distrust and hostility. the united states is founded by people escaping the politics of europe, escaping the turmoil of the old world. there's always been i have to say, though, when you say he projects toughness and he's constantly whining about how people need to be nice to us. it doesn't strike me as particularly presidential, doesn't strike me as it projects pow person he said it again, people have to remember we've been nice to them and they need to be nice to us. it sounds like something out of
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will black voters be the key to this election? let's discuss. bakari sellers, former member of the statehouse. it's great having you all on. according to this new quinnipiac poll, 68% of nonwhite voters would vote for hillary clinton. bruce, only 20% of minorities say they'd vote for trump. why do you think he's the better choice? >> we're just getting going, don. it's still early in the game. you got to remember you're talking about a major job creator. donald trump is a proven businessman for many, many years. he started in '87. he's been involved in the process of creating jobs from all over the country. what better way to vet a
candidate that understands how to bring jobs, how to maintain jobs in his environment and, you know, at the end of the day, when you have such a dynamic leader like that, you can't help but to see a talent in that. >> bakari, i'm sure you see donald trump as the better choice, too, for african-americans. >> definitely. >> of course he does. >> definitely not. even if i were to give mr. lovelle credit for donald trump's job creation, which i really don't, let's flesh it out just a little bit. an issue that's very near and dear to many african-americans right now, criminal justice reform, donald trump has absolutely no idea what he's going to do about reforming our criminal justice system. what does a department of justice under donald trump look like? the reduction in mandatory minimums, when you look at cory booker and rand paul, a bipartisan piece of legislation working on reducing mandatory minimums, donald trump is opposed to that.
juvenile justice, all we have on record is the central park 5 where he wanted to hang and put the death penalty on these five men found to be innocent. so donald trump has no idea what to do with these issues. i don't know how we can say he's best for african-americans when he absolutely has no understanding. >> you know the author of "jim crowe" and other african-americans have few reasons to vote for hillary clinton. why are they wrong? >> well, i mean, i think if you look at michelle alexander's piece and you say that african-americans have few reasons to vote for hillary clinton, i think that the first retort i would have is that they have even fewer reasons to vote for donald trump. but i also think if you're going to analyze hillary clinton and look at the crime bill, which michelle alexander did, if you're going to look at what
welfare reform, which she did, you have to looked at the earned income tax credit and chipped program. if we're going to hold senator clinton responsible for the 90s, we have to make sure we have a thorough accounting and look at everything accomplished during that time period, not just the blemishes on the record. >> angela, do you think that bernie sanders is the better candidate for african-americans? >> even if he was, don, i think the reality of it is is that the writing is on the wall. it's on the wall, it's on the floor, it's on the ceilings, it's everywhere. >> don't say it, don't say it. >> i'm just saying it's going to be very, very tough for bernie sanders to become the democratic nominee. i think that the best role for bernie sanders is what he has decided he's going to do himself and that is to help inform the democratic agenda. he has done a fantastic job in not on ginning up new support from young people, he outraised every other presidential candidate at $44 million,
there's definitely a role for him within the party but i just don't think it's the nominee. >> angela, 55% of women said they would vote for hillary clinton and 34% said they would vote for trump. donald trump said the only thing hillary clinton had going for her is the woman's card. angela, go. >> go. it's like angela unleashed. it's frustrating because he totally discounts the fact that he is struggling with women in his unfavorability numbers, he is struggling with people of color, especially black people. so it's interesting to me he's got this coalition of people who i've never heard of saying that they're here too support donald trump. who cares and who are you? >> well, bruce is one of them.
>> and who is bruce? i'm sorry! i don't know bruce. my point is -- >> yeah, you are know me. bakari -- >> i'm sorry, i don't know you. >> let it go, let it go. >> the reality of this is that he has to start looking at substance. and it's so hard for him, don. because what is really there, right? he's looking at this prompter today, he's got an ad lib line here and there. it's just so not effective and he's so not presidential, despite being donald trump 2.0. >> can you pull out the coalition speech for donald trump. >> we got it. >> make your point, bruce. >> the bottom line is we won 13 of the colonies -- >> colonies? >> we're going to go all wait into cleveland. he will be the republican nominee. your own candidate, bernie
sanders, won't even say -- if he gets out won't even say vote for hillary. >> i want to know what colony and what candidate? >> your candidate. >> not my candidate. >> the fact of the matter is that i think that donald trump, we talk about donald trump making this change, we talk about him elevating the discourse and that just hasn't happened. i think one of the things we'll look forward to as we get forward to november is beating back on the bigotry, beating back on the sexism, beating back on what has become a george wallace 2.0 more so than a donald trump 2.0. i look forward to this election because i look at a lot of the struggles that my father and many generations before me went through in dealing with individuals like donald trump and it's my turn to do that now. >> stay with me. we'll come back. donald trump's message to black voters. we'll continue this discussion. i'm terrible at golf.
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everyone -- [ no audio ] -- the young lady doesn't have a candidate. >> angela. >> i'm sorry, angela. we had several meetings to bring what they have going on in their community about how the trump campaign or how donald trump presidency can help their communities, and, you know, i disagree you saying he doesn't understand about what's going on in black communities. first of all, have you ever even met him before? no, you haven't. i have. i know him very well. you take the time to go out to trump towers and go out and visit all the people that work for him, african-americans, women from all over, you're going to sit there and tell me he doesn't understand african-americans? dude, are you serious? >> yes, i'm serious. >> go ahead, bakari. >> mr. lovelle, i apologize i
don't have time in my schedule to visit trump tours. we are a year removed from tamir rice. and we're about a year removed from walter scott where he was gunned down and shot in the back and it was on camera. we have these instances of a very specific pain that many african-americans feel but yet there's one voice that's been absent. that's been donald trump's. you want to talk about donald trump clamming the issues of african-american colleges, whether it's criminal justice reforms or living wages, any of these issues that he's been silent, then let's have that discussion. but can you not sit here and say he's been a champion of those issues because, sir, he simply has not. >> angela, before you answer, he has called a number of unarmed black men being killed by police, he said it was a massive crisis but he said police officers are often mistreated.
go ahead. >> and here's the hard thing, don. the reality of it is the rhetoric at his rallies cause those things to get even worse. >> here we go, the word rhetoric. >> it's a real word. look it up. >> will you going to rally? >> i'm not going. hell, i'll get beat up. >> you're wrong because you've never been, ma'am. talk about something when you've been to something. >> can you please let me finish because i finished. >> okay. >> this rally where the african-american gentleman was not only punched in the face but thrown to the ground by the officers. that's the rhetoric that donald trump uses. it's supposed to be anti-political correctness but it goes about two or three steps beyond anti-political correctness. it has everything to do with bigotry and dog whistle politician, the kind that gets
people riled up and angry. you called him a job creator. i'll call him a housing snatcher. in the 70s his father and trump were sued because they were writing cs on people's applications. that c stands for colored. that would be you and me, bruce. he's the one calling for barack obama's birth certificate. i'm telling you that this is someone who is not new to bigotry. he's lived it his entire life. >> let him respond. >> history lesson. hillary clinton was the first. >> she's been asked about that, she denies it. >> '07 on the campaign. fact check it. >> okay, let's move on. last night donald trump was at the time 100 gala. he told reporters he's confident that he's going to win the young black vote.
listen. >> as a young black gentleman, you have 59% unemployment rate, which is incredible, which is record setting, just about record setting. and sadly nothing's been done to help young african-american entrepreneurs and business people and just people that want jobs. you look at a 59% unemployment rate. donald trump is bringing jobs back, donald trump is going to take care of the african-americans and the black youth that frankly has been treated very, very badly. >> bruce, i'll give you the last word on this. how is he going to deliver on this promise? >> once again, our campaign, the national universal coalition of trump, we have hundreds of thousands of people that have signed up. we have a pulse of america with donald trump on where these situations going on in all these communities and it boils down to jobs, don and a tax plan and immigration law that affects
black laws in america, ladies and gentlemen opinion you can't dispute any of that. >> yes, i can. bureau of labor statistics. you're wrong on the numbers. 25% black youth unemployment. not that outrageous number he continues to cite. >> at the end of the day it gets back to jobs. when people have jobs, that creates opportunity for everyone. >> thanks, everyone. i appreciate the conversation. thank you, angela, thank you, bakari and thank you, bruce. we'll be right back. at's up? ♪ ♪ ♪ does nobody use a turn signal anymore? ♪ unlimited data from at&t means you can stream it all. like that anthony michael hall movie where he fights with the girl.
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