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pounds, 5 ounces. his daughter is home from the hospital with baby ruben. they are feeling great and they are thrilled. wolf, if you are watching all of us in the "situation room," cnn couldn't be happier for you and your family and the newest edition to the wolf pack. thank you for watching, erin burnett outfront starts now. >> next, donald trump's, you planned to destroy isis called for a vetting. is this a new version? trump's campaign chief under investigation tonight. did he receive millions of dollars in illegal cash payments? trump says the only way he will lose is if hillary clinton cheats. where is the proof? we go outfront. good evening, i'm erin burnett.
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outfront, extreme vetting. donald trump vowing to repeat. extreme vetting of people coming to the united states. trump proposing what is a test for entry into the united states, banning a member or sympathizer of a terrorist group including those with hostile attitude, including anti -- beliefs. trump read off the teleprompter, the tone more subdued than usual. we have the coverage outside prump headquarters in new york. jessica, there is a lot riding on the speech today. >> reporter: yeah, erin, the speech carried high stakes. after a week where he was derided for distractions, he honed in on the speech for 48 minutes talking about foreign policy and his plans to enact what he calls extreme measures. >> we will defeat radical
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islamic terrorism just as we have defeated every threat we have faced at every age and before. >> reporter: donald trump staying on telepromper and on message and a three-pronged plan to destroy i us. >> if i become president, the nation will be brought to a very swift and decisive end. >> reporter: trump promising to work with any country to fight terrorism and backing down from the previous plan to back away from nato. >> since my comments, they have changed their policy and have a new division focused on terror threats. very good. very, very good. i also believe we can find common ground with russia in the fight against isis. wouldn't that be a good thing? >> reporter: the second thing, taking immigration screening to the extreme. >> in the cold war we had an
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ideological screening test. the time is overdue to develop a new screening test for the threats we face today. i call it extreme vetting. >> reporter: third, trump plans to fight isis ideological. >> anyone who cannot condemn the hatred, oppression and violence lacks the moral clarity to serve as our president. >> reporter: trump used the speech to attack the policies of the obama administration and the fitness of his opponent, hillary clinton. >> she also lacks the mental and physical stamina to take on isis and all of the many adversaries we face. >> reporter: but in the hours before this big speech, the wall street journal editorial board called on donald trump to get serious or get out of the race and turn the nomination over to mike pence.
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the speech, potentially getting donald trump back on message and back on track. >> thank you very much. we are going to have much more on that, that call from mike pence in a moment. sarah, you know, when you heard the speech, he was very subdued, not his boisterous self, absent from his speech was the attack line he tripled and quadrupled on when he said president obama was the founder of isis. >> reporter: that's right. he said obama and hillary clinton were co-founders of isis. he was asked to clarify the remark in interviews, including with conservative hosts. then he said that's what he meant. then he said he was being sarcast sarcastic. whatever was behind the remarks, he left them behind. he did not reiterate the claim. that's not to say he had anything complimentary about o
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obama or clinton, he did not. he was critical about their foreign policy views and went after hillary clinton for her mental and physical stamina, questioning whether she could be commander in chief. that line is gone, for now. >> he stuck mostly to the script. there were times he didn't. at one point, veering off, making a statement about the san bernardino shooters home. >>reporter:on i don't know if there's going to be a day he sk sticks to the script. he was talking about warning signs that should be caught in the immigration process and people who come to the united states. among this, neighbors saw suspicious activity from the san bernardino shooters, including bombs on the floor of their home. this is an unsubstantiated comment. it wasn't in donald trump's
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transcript remarks provided from the campaign. this is one of those moments where trump gets wrapped up in the point he's trying to make and throws an off the cuff remark in there. >> thank you very much, sarah. senior adviser to the trump campaign, scott taylor, former navy s.e.a.l. and trump supporter. now a hillary clinton supporter. david gur ggen is with me. part of the test, i don't know whether you answer it verbally or on a piece of paper, if you believe in sharia law, urbaned. there are at least 30 countries, where sharia law is, in some way, part of the law of their land. is this a way of having a muslim
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ban? >> yes, i think we should take donald trump as his words. what he said in the speech is this was an extension of his idea. it sounds to me like it is. it's hard for me to see how you implement this in a practical way. first of all, as you rightly said, who is going to give an honest answer to that question if they are a terrorist. second of all, what do we do about the afghan interpreters who were essential to the war effort who might say yes to that. they are not a threat to our country, they assisted our war effort. it's trump's contradictory -- the pieces don't add up to a policy that is going to advance our interest. for example, how do you -- i'm sorry, go ahead. >> it's interesting what kori said, you take him at his wort. this is an extension. >> it's a development of what he said back in december.
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more about the policies and talked to the advisers about the policy. the policy is deeper vetting. this is part of the vetting process. an interpreter who wants to come into the country, as part of the vetting process, it would be beneficial to the country. >> some believe sharia law can come in, but not others? >> hold on. why come to the u.s.? it's not sharia law. >> maybe they want to live. >> but, if they want to live in a country where sharia law is the law of the land above the constitution, this is the law of the land. >> this is a workable policy. he talked about immigrants and their children. as a child of immigrants myself, this is upsetting to me. this is not who we are as a country. this is not who we are as new
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yorkers. excuse me. this is not who we are. and, frankly, if we look at new york, 3/5 are immigrants. half the work force is made up of immigrants. if you multiply that, that's why he's not doing well. >> a national security -- i am an immigrant and i have no issues. >> how do we do that? >> how does the test for citizenship do it. >> the test for citizenship -- the test for citizenship, basic information. >> the history of this country, in a lot of ways it is id logical. this test is part of the deeper vetting process. >> part of the test is going to be how people feel about social issues. one, gay rights. he's trying to make it muslim issues and gay rights.
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here is how he put it. >> nor can we let -- oppression of women, gays. my administration will speak out against the oppression of women, gays and people of different beliefs. >> gay rights five times in this speech. doesn't play to the base. not something you expect to hear from a republican candidate. >> sure. i think it's great to have the leader of the free world speaking about freedoms. yes, it's sharia law and anti-gay, bigotry and isis wanting to march gays off buildings. it's good to hear a president speak out about equality. it may not play to the base, but around the world, they are persecuted as are many christians. you know, i think it's something that's courageous for a president or aspiring president, if you will, to stand-up for freedoms across the world.
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i know muslim interpreters that i worked with in iraq. the gentleman's comment saying understanding that the constitution reigns supreme because there are different types of sharia law, some is marriage and some the law of god. when folks come here to this country, they have to understand our laws reign supreme. i don't think anyone should have a problem with that if they come here. i know muslim interpreters who come here and understand that. they know the laws of this country are supreme. >> that's great. >> now you are fine with it? >> no. the interpretation. sharia law is the highest law of the land. we were talking a national security that was very extensive with detail. we should talk about how this country is going to fight isis. a ticket to isis in termsover cyber attacks, military attacks. extend the conversation. if you want to keep it ability
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this, it's not about immigrants. >> sure it's about immigrants. >> it's keeping this country safe. >> he made vetting a crucial part of the speech. another thing, david, i want to ask you about is when he said should be commander in chief. hillary clinton is not physically fit to be commander and chief and lacks the stamina to take on isis. neither have released medical records. is it fair? >> he's echoing a lot of what's going on in conservative circles. we have seen this at fox. the new attack line is she doesn't have the stamina, her health is in question. they show film clips that, i think, are misleading. i think both candidates, given their ages should be forthcoming about their health. each one released a letter from a doctor saying they are in good health. in the past, we have had some candidates who released their
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full medical records. i think a certain age you ought to be expected to produce a full medical record or certainly more than we have seen in either case right now. let's come back to it. there's no reason -- there's nut thag happened here other than the fact that the conservatives are looking for something, anything they can harpoon her with and are trying out this idea of physical stamina and mental stamina and trump is picking it up and trying to deepen that conversation. that's what's going on with the speech. >> which, of course, raises questions because she's doing that because she's a woman. >> next, allegations about donald trump's campaign chairman. did he receive cash from a pro-putin leader? >> why biden says trump increased the danger to american troops by a couple clicks, in his words. why is trump spending so much time talking about losing?
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black ledger. it's part of ukraine's corruption bureau, which is looking into the excess and corruption of the former and much hated government of ukraine. he was a campaign adviser. his name is being wrapped up in all of this. according to "the new york times," some of his furniture and personal items could be found in his office as recently as may. now, they are getting the information on this from 841 pages of all handwritten documents, a record of party expenditures. this is what the handwritten ledgers look like, dates amounts and for what like phone bills and cars. you are not going to see maniforts name. we are told from the ukraine agency in the 100 pages, there are exceptions of his name
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linked with a corresponding $12.7 million in designated payments. according to the ukraine agency spokesperson, they do not have information paul manifort received the payments. >> let's say he did and he gets $12.7 million in cash. it may sound dirty, but is it? would it be illegal? >> the answer is, we don't know. manafort worked for the party. what would be illegal is if this is illicit money or paid in cash under the table that nobody recorded. manafort calling this report silly. here is his statement. he says the simplest answer is the truth, i'm a campaign professional. it's well known, i work in the united states and have done work on overseas campaigns. i have never received a single, off the books cash payment as falsely reported by "the new
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york times" nor have i done work for the governments of ukraine or russia. it's unfounded, silly and nonsensical. cnn asked for the specific document that is show cash payments may have been made to ma manafort. we haven't seen them yet. they tell us trump's campaign adviser is part of this investigation into potential illegal payments in ukraine. >> thank you, drew griffin. joining me now, former george w. bush adviser. let me start with you. under investigation, allegedly $12.7 million in cash payments, stunning amount. his excuse is nothing was wrong about anything i might have perceived and there's no story here at all. if the allegations are true, what do you say? >> if he illegally took secret money, as a payment, first of all, you have to report your earnings. you have to pay taxes on
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earnings. and, why is he receiving money from a government that is hostile to the united states. there are two elements here. the potential illegality of it and reinforcing a narrative that russia is somehow not a bad actor on the global stage and hostile to american interests. there is a normalization of russia acting as though, by donald trump in his comments and manafort that russia is a benign actor in affairs and nothing to worry about. wouldn't it be great if we could find common ground with russia. that's what's most troubling about this. >> what happens if something is wrong here? whether it just smells bad that something is wrong or whether something is proven illegal. >> a lot of words thrown around like i don't know and if. they are all guesses.
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paul manafort gave his answers. i'm not here to talk about him. friendly. he was very open about russia. >> all that may be fair. let me ask, because i want to talk about paul manafort. he is central to it. without him, it would be a different campaign. what would happen without a paul manafort. >> i'm not going to speculate. i'm here about the strength of his campaign. you know "the new york times" is not friendly to the trump campaign. that article had no justification or facts, just a bunch of guess zs as we are doing here. >> it's a pattern. this is donald trump who invited russians to hack into e-mails. this is putin who has some kind of relationship with donald
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trump. there are reports that it was the trump campaign that softened the republican platform's tone in russia. there you go. >> wait a minute. >> being louder than me is not a talking point. that said, the pattern actually does matter. the pattern does matter. >> is there a pattern with the clinton's? >> one thing we know is this is all rumor and speculation. he's innocent until proven guilty. he was a private citizen, not the campaign manager. this has nothing to do with the ability to lead the trump campaign. until he's convicted, which we don't know is going to happen, it is a moot point. focus on the issues. >> the thing i say to republican friends of mine is imagine the thinking cap or the hat you have to put on to -- if the director
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of hillary clinton's campaign was taking illicit money from china or iran, direct payment, we would have the same conversation. >> it's like show me the receipt. until you show the receipt and the proof -- >> imagine the outrage. the moral outrage on the other side. >> the clinton's take the money. forgot the campaign operatives. >> hold on a second. >> a convicted money launderer. >> this is on the heels the wall street journal wrote on it. if they can't get trump to change his act, the gop will have no choice but to write him off as hopeless. he needs to behave like someone who wants to be president or turn the nomination over to mike pence. those are damming words. stories like this don't help. they are damming words. >> they are not helpful.
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what is the purpose of the dnc when you have the gop actively working against our nominee? if the people that work with and pass white house administrations and are currently working with the republican party cannot get on board and support this nominee, if we lose rksz it will be their fault, period. >> it's not me. it's more than 30% of republicans and it is also, we are going to have to see -- you are saying if, if, if. it depends on what it looks like in november. it's up to trump to win over the opposition. if he can't even win red state that is republicans haven't had to defend for 40 years, georgia, utah, arizona, forget about it. that's not on me, that's on the voter. >> 14 million voters -- >> i spare you a terrible presidency. >> a donald trump presidency is better than any hillary clinton presidency. >> let's pause on that.
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tonight, vice president biden coming out swinging in his 2016 debut for hillary clinton. you heard me, debut. they appeared together hours ago at a rally in scranton. biden did not hold back, warning voters giving trump the code would be bad. >> this man is totally, thoroughly unqualified to be president of the united states of america. >> reporter: vice president joe biden hitting the trail with hillary clinton for the first time today and hitting her opponent, donald trump. >> there's a guy that follows
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me, right back here, has the nuclear codes. if anything happened to the president and i had to make a decision, the codes are with me. he is not qualified to know the code. >> reporter: biden hammering trump's praise for saddam hussein. >> one of the vilest dictators of the 20th century, a man who backed terror attacks against israel because he was a killer of terrorists. that's why he likes saddam. >> reporter: the vice president argued trump's labeling of president obama and hillary clinton as the founder of isis put american lives in danger. >> ladies and gentlemen, does he have any idea the adverse consequence his comments have on all allies, friends and physical safety of our troops? trump is already making our country less safe. >> reporter: it's no coincidence, the vice president
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and hillary clinton joined forces in scranton, pennsylvania today. >> it's good to be home. >> reporter: bidens hometown and clinton's birthplace of her father. >> we have memories of scranton and lake -- that's right. i know some of you may have friends in northeastern pennsylvania who are thinking of voting for trump. i know, i know. friends should not let friends vote for trump. >> reporter: the investigation of the private e-mail server casts a shadow over the campaign. a move that will no doubt bring the controversy surrounding her e-mail use center stage, once again. it's unusual for the fbi to release interview notes in a case where there was a voluntary interview with no charges filed.
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there is a sensitivity to releasing the material during an election year. the director of the fbi says he wants to be as transparent as possible with the case. releasing the notes is one way to achieve that. >> thank you very much. the panel is back with me as well. maria, hillary clinton supporter. they do work for a pro-clinton superpack. pamela just ended on the interview notes of hillary clinton with fbi agents. there were a few agents in the room we are going to get their notes, no audio or video. there is no conspiracy. however, is this going to mean the story never goes away? she can't prove what she told the fbi is consistent to what she told the american people? >> it is unprecedented and unusual because it's a political situation. here you have a group of republicans who are just beside
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themselves mad that combey did not move forward with charges against secretary clinton. the question the fbi and the process, they want to see everything that goes into it. let's be transparent and get the notes out to everybody, the public. my fear is that if they are only given to the subcommittee or the committee members run by republicans, they are going to start selectively leaking, spinning it. so, let's be transparent. let's get them out to everybody and make them public so everybody can know what was said. >> would you agree with that boris? >> transparency is great. i would love to see the e-mails and the calendars that were erased. >> how about trump's taxes? talking about transparency. >> i would like to see the transcript she's been hiding so long. listen, as far as this process,
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the director knows how to handle it. i disagree with him as an attorney. >> there's ultimately the issue of he said that she could be fired for that if she had the job, but refused to. that is one of the issues. >> i agree with that. i think this is all in the spirit of transparency. i think the director or a lot of republicans did the approach that changed in this process. i still think he has conducted himself very honorably in this process. look, i go back to the statement i made. the issue of the e-mails is baked into the campaign, baked into how voters believe about hillary clinton. she is still doing well in the polls. >> that's the point. that's the point. as much as she is, she is doing better than he is in the polls. as much as people don't like
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her, her unfavorables are high, but trump's are higher. >> back to the original point, this is not going to go away. they don't trust her and have someone who is not trust worthy. when the fbi does this unprecedented move and not do it completely, it's going to reinforce the narrative of her trustworthiness and her ability -- she lied to chris wallace. she continues to lie. >> if you are talking transparency, let's look at trump's taxes. these things you all talk about are not things that -- can candidates have not done. >> he is a public figure now. >> he has complied with every rule and regulation. she has not. >> so has secretary clinton. >> she continues to lie to people. hold on -- the two of you yelling at me.
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>> the bottom line -- >> go ahead, boris. >> she lied to congress. she continues to lie. she could use the third circuit but know better. everyone knows better. she used her -- >> why is she ahead in every poll? and every battleground state poll? >> quick, give you the final word. >> so many republicans, including susan saying donald trump is too dangerous to be the president of the united states. clearly, there's a different -- >> leave it there. we'll leave it there. >> 14 million is not enough to win a national election. >> transparency, medical records, tax records, all these things should be on the table. the video of 200 kidnapped schoolgirls showing what they have gone through during two years held as hostages. a father reacts to seeing her daughter among the living. you will see that only outfront.
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tonight, the trump campaign doubling down. donald trump and aides saying he will only lose the election if hillary clinton cheats. is there evidence to back up the claims? is it true? tom is outfront. >> reporter: amid roaring admirers in the keystone state, donald trump insists hillary clinton cannot defeat him. she can't beat what's happening. the only way they can beat him, in my opinion, i mean this 100%, if in certain sections of the state they cheat. okay? >> reporter: it's an odd claim since almost every major poll in pennsylvania since the democratic convention has shown clinton beating trump, so badly, if these were election results, the alleged cheating would have
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to be massive, involving hundreds of thousands of fraudulent votes. trump is tapping into a deep seated fear like this one in 2012. 1 in 8 voter registrations is significantly inaccurate or no longer valid. 1.8 million dead people are registered. it's an invitation to fraud, republicans say. their solution? >> why aren't we having voter id? in other words, i want to vote, here is my identification. i want to vote. >> reporter: democrats insist voter id laws discriminate by intimidating poor armies and latinos, making it harder to cast a ballot. proven cases of election fraud are rare. >> the elections are being run smoothly. >> reporter: they battered voter id laws in several states.
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in texas changes were ordered because of the law on minorities. in north carolina, the court said the new provisions target african-americans with almost surgical precision. still, trump says in pennsylvania, voter fraud is a real threat. >> we have to call up law enforcement and we have to have the sheriffs and the police chiefs and everybody watching. >> reporter: the real problem for trump, however, lies in how badly he is trailing clinton in the polls. if he can close the gap and say he were to lose by a few hundred votes, plenty of people would think the election was stolen. if she wins by a whopping margin, he will have a much harder time making that case. erin? >> thank you, tom. david is back with me. see the piece here, donald trump saying voter fraud is going to be an issue. when you look at the polls right now, eight points nationally,
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double digits in pennsylvania. could fraud make up that sort of a gap? >> absolutely not. this is a red herring if i have ever seen one. it's understandable. i understand why he's frustrated. this is exactly the kind of thing the wall street journal was talking about today. straighten out the campaign or look in the mirror and understand he's the problem. >> as they say, go ahead and he should have mike pence go ahead and take over. he has been talking about losing, openly, david, several times now. we are more than two months away from election day. here he is. >> can you imagine how badly i'll feel if i spent all of that money, all of this energy, all of this time and lost? having a tremendous problem in utah. utah is a different place. is anybody here from utah? i mean -- i didn't think so. we are having a problem. at the end, it's either going to
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work or i'm going to, you know, i'm going to have a very, very nice long vacation. >> david have you ever seen something like this from another candidate? do you think he's contemplating, advocating the top of the ticket to mike pence? >> some tell me they wonder whether he wants to be president anymore. the closer he gets he may feel it's not the job i want to do. i think he does still want to stay in, but, others tell me he's disoriented, he doesn't trust a lot of people around him, he's trying to wing this. leading moments of depression and exhilaration. more than 200 schoolgirls kidnapped more than two years ago. new proof they are alive, some of them. one girl's father speaks out and what happened to some of the
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exchange for the girls. it shows images of what appear to be several dead girls. we have reaction from family members. i want to warn you, the video is graphic. >> not easy for a mother, but i give thanks to god that i see it. >> she told cnn wearing a head covering and shaky voice, she recognized her daughter, immediately. >> i give god the glory. >> reporter: she was featured front and center. it was the first time since this picture of taken on the afternoon of her abduction two years ago that she had seen her. in the video, militants stand alongside her asking her to say her name and the school he was
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abducted from. chibok she says. then he asked her to recount the night the air strikes killed a number of her fellow abductees. the government denies it. as her voice cracks, the girls behind her cover their faces, visibly upset. this scene gives way to footage of the strike. footage too horrifying to show in full as the bodies of young women turn to face the camera. some gruesomely disfigured. this, the latest in boko haram's pressure against the nigerian government. a ransom note. the freeing of boko haram soldiers in exchange for the girl's freedom. the abduction of the schoolgirls from their bed two years ago sent shock waves around the world, reverbal rating to the
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white house. as first lady michelle obama took up the cry to bring back our girls, a cry the nigerian government promised would not go unheeded. yet, for the girls' families, still heart break with frustration. >> three years, four months yesterday. nothing from the agency. nothing from the nearigerian ar. >> as they wait for someone to bring their daughters back home. >> horrific footage. that they would show those girls who had been killed. girls crying, girls with babies. we all can only imagine the situation the babies were born. is the government in nigeria trying to get the girls back? >> that's the crucial question, erin. that's the question all the parents are asking themselves
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tonight. they have been asking themselves every night for the last two and a half years. as far as the parents are concerned, there seems to be very little proof that the government is doing everything it should be. back in april, when cnn broadcast a proof of life video that was similarly recorded, not quite as graphic or horrifying, but recorded and released to negotiators by the terror group. we spoke to the government. in fact, the nigerian senate tabled a motion that brought in the heads of security to give an account as to why the girls had not been found. they recommitted to finding the girls. four months on and for many families, no closer. the one glimmer of hope, perhaps is the nigerian government telling us they are now desperately reaching out to everyone, including the friends they have within the obama administration, within the u.s. government to get greater
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support. it is nearly two and a half years later, erin. >> thank you very much. in outfront, an amazing victory.
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here is jeanne moos. >> reporter: when you are running 100 meters in under ten seconds who recollects has time to smile? cheese. you think bolt, that's who. the smiling photo had tweets. he stops, takes a selfie and continues it race. as for rivals, they are running for their life and bolt is pose
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zing mid race, smiling like the road runner, beep beep. at least bolt didn't stick out his tongue. like the road runner. it is taking me longer to type this tweet than it took bolt to run and win his event. soon, the olympics semifinal race was transformed into the presidential race, the bolt smile may be an internet mean, but not yet a tattoo, as for as we know. michael phelps steely stare was the first to come out of the olympics. now it's tattooed on the owner of a tattoo shop. it was tattooed on a right calf, working from a photo taped to the leg. did you have to shave his leg? >> yeah, i did. i cut him a little bit. >> somewhere we will see a cut if you look hard enough? >> right by the chin. >> it got the blessing of michael phelps. >> that's awesome.
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that is so cool. >> from the glare to the smile, they couldn't be more opposite. opposites attract. eyeballs on the internet take it away, frank. ♪ when you're smiling, the whole world smiles with you ♪ >> reporter: jeanne moos, cnn, new york. >> thanks for joining us. "ac 360" starts now. good evening. thanks for joining us. donald trump on prompter and message for a second straight monday laying out the plan for defeating isis. republicans holding their breath hoping tomorrow won't be another tuesday like last tuesday when trump got off message and stayed that way all week. trailing in a batch of polling in key battleground states, trump looked into the tell prompter and started reading.