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this was a planned attack. the suspected gunman is now facing federal charges and potentially the death penalty. he walked into the office to report that his mind was being controlled by the intelligence agency. >> there seems to be a host of mental health issues. >> i don't think we should vote to confirm a supreme court nominee well outside the
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mainstream. >> it's sunday already. i am christi paul. >> i am victor blackwell. good morning to you. >> the man accused of killing five people on friday will be in court tomorrow. >> he confessed to planning the assault and the murder weapon used in the shooting taking away from him after hearing voices and given back to him. a woman who survived the shooting was emotional as she described her brush with that man. >> she was standing right next to me. >> in the baggage claim. >> i gave her a gift, and she turned around and i turned around and the pops started, and we hit the ground and i turn
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around and she was shot in the head and killed. >> meanwhile we are learning more about those that did not survive. here's cnn correspondent, sanchez. >> reporter: the aftermath of a gunman opening fire killing five people and wounding six others. a great grandmother from georgia, she flew in with her husband so the two could go on a cruise. a ship worker from virginia, celebrating his 63rd birthday with his wife. three of those rushed to the hospital required surgery. >> waking up thinking it was
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going to be a wonderful day in their lives. >> the 26-year-old came to ft. lauderdale specifically to carry out this attack and they don't know why this airport was targeted. he had a gun in his vehicle when he paid a visit to the agency in anchora anchorage, alaska. he talked about the destruction and killing of children, and he had visions all the time. investigators in florida tell us the investigation is still in the early stages. santiago will likely appear before a judge on monday and the second floor of terminal two has been re-opened to help the
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passengers. apparently he had a fully loaded weapon inside his car that agencies retrieved, and in the car his infant son, and that weapon was confiscated during his mental evaluation, and the weapon confiscated then was the same one used on friday's attack in ft. lauderdale. >> we are going to address that very issue and more about how this gunman could apparently slip so many cracks. thank you so much. i want to play a little sound of what his brother told cnn while in puerto rico. listen to this.
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>> translator: he himself went after them to ask for them and they did nothing. they had him hospitalized for four days and then let him go. how are you going to let somebody leave a psychological center after four days when he is hearing voices, that the cia is telling him to join. >> the man is hearing voices and having violent visions. what does it -- what does it take to get somebody declared mentally ill and have something done to help? >> i think that's a question for mental health professionals, because, in this case i feel so sorry for other family members of santiago who are also in a way victims of this, but to say that he went for help and didn't get it isn't true. he went to help, and the fbi doesn't specialize in mental
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health assistance so they call the police who has a closer dealing with the issues and the police took him for medical and mental evaluation and took him to a facility for just that and unfortunately the way our laws work four days later he decided to check himself out and that's what happens. there's nothing really the fbi or the local anchorage police could have done to make sure he stayed, and then once he gets out and has not been judged mentally ill or convicted of a felony but does have pending charges for the alleged strangulation of his girlfriend, but once he is released, he has the right to his property back, which includes the firearm. there's nothing the police can do with this. >> let's fast-forward a month earlier, and the gun was
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confiscated and they gave it back to him, and if you handed that gun back to him and this happened, would you be questioning protocol? do you think there's a pocket of change that needs to be had? >> absolutely this needs to be looked at and the police have been screaming out for policy changes with regard to subjects that have mental health issues and also have firearms at the same time, and this has to be addressed by congress, and it has not been. the police's hands are tied, and he has second amendment rights until there's a formal due process that takes a right away, which would be the second amendment right for the firearm, until he is judged by a mental health professional the police can't force that judgment nor can the family members, and the family members are equally
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helpless if not more so and privacy laws prevent other members of the family or the parents from getting any information from the mental health or personnel that treat him, so they are not allowed to know what the story is with his condition, and that's the situation we have gotten to that the privacy rights of a patient outweigh the general rights of family and law enforcement to address somebody that should not be loose on the street with a firearm. >> and certainly, highlights again, what our vets need and the fact they don't seem to be getting it in some capacity, and how do we make that happen for them somehow? >> the 22 veterans commit suicide every day, and they are not getting the treatment they need either, and in this case it's very unusual that instead of the veteran with mental health issues committing suicide
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he shot a dozen other people and surrendered, but still has the same issues that are not addressed. >> tom fuentes, thank you for your expertise on this and being with us. >> we will go to santiago's last known address before traveling to florida. and then expressing concern that some nominees have not yet completed the ethic's review process which includes disclosing financial reports. this comes as the senate is scheduled to hold confirmation hearings, five on one day alone starting in just a couple days. >> that's right, victor. this is set up to be a big and busy week on capitol hill with a whole slew of confirmation hearings scheduled and something that democrats had already been complaining about, and this adds
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new fodder to the democrats and their complaints about the break-neck schedule. on wednesday alone, five confirmation hearings scheduled, and they are basically accusing the trump transition team of trying to jam through some unvetted candidates here for cabinet positions saying things like tax returns, and financial disclosures have not been thoroughly handed over to them yet. the confirmation hearings in contention, the nominees in question are trump's pick for the department of homeland security, education secretary, commerce secretary, and department of housing and urban develop, and that from a democratic source, and democrats on capitol hill have been quick to pick up on the warnings from the oeg, and highlight that, and we heard from chuck schumer who basically said this amounts to
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collusion, and he is saying the republicans should stop trying to jam through unvetted nominees. >> the transition team says they are disappointed by the push back on this, and came out with a statement saying in the midst of a historic election, it's s disdisappointing, and this is a disservice to the country and why voters chose donald j. trump as their president. the stage was set here for a contentious week on capitol hill but this adds more fuel to the fire. >> thank you so much. this is going to be a big conversation, a big topic of conversation, democrats gearing up for the fight over the cabinet nominations. what sis it going to look like with the republicans holding the
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picks on tuesday, and when jeff sessions will face-off with his former colleagues on the senate judiciary committee. we have with us our guests, and good morning to both of you. let's put the slate up again. we have on wednesday alone five picks who are going to be on capitol hill for those confirmation hearings, including rex tillerson. does it appear to be a rush through from the trump campaign as we know that chuck schumer, the minority leader believes it is? >> it's only a rush, because these for the most part are people that have not served in government, and when somebody comes up and has been in public service, they have been vetted along the way and so you have a
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sense of what their past disclosures would lead you to look at, and in this case, especially with somebody like rex tillerson, somebody who has an enormous amount of income sources that you have to pick through, it gets to be a little bit more complicated. so for what it is, these five who have never been vetted before for the most part, yeah, that's a big task and the oge is saying they have not received preliminary disclosures from a lot of these folks. >> saying it's created undo pressure on the office and let's the statement is in the midst of a historic election when americans voted to drain the swamp, it's disappointing some have decided to politicize the process. this is not something that concerns democrats alone because
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as it relates to tillerson go in at the department of state, there are republicans that have questions about his connections to russia. >> right, and we can certainly expect those to come up in his confirmation hearing, and the process by which the senate will confirm these is different than in previous years, because thanks to harry reid, republicans need 51 votes to get each of the nominees confirmed and they used to need 60, and otherwise they needed help from the democrat colleagues, so they have a lot more control over the process than in previous years, and it's clear they realize that and they are going to run the table the way they want to run the table if they want to schedule all the hearings on one day, the same day as trump's press conference, a day after president obama's farewell speech when they know the hearings will get minimum coverage, that's what they are
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going to do because as much as democrats and chuck schumer in particular wants to drag their feet, there's not much he can do procedurally to stop it. >> and then the eventual nominee from the president-elect for the supreme court. here is what chuck schumer said about filling that vacancy, and play right after that senator coombs. >> it's hard for me to imagine a nominee that donald trump would choose that would get republican support that we could support, so you are right. >> you will do your best to hold the seat open? >> absolutely. >> the republicans held the seat open for nearly a year by refusing to not have a hearing and not have a vote. i think we should have a hearing and i think we should have a vote because i don't think it's
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fair and responsible for us to do the same thing to us that they have done to us and continue to grind further downward any possibility of our respect and support of the supreme court. >> so which senator is speaking for the majority of democrats in the senate? is there an appetite among democrats to feet this fight going and keep that seat vacant for the entire term? >> well, chuck schumer is the elected leader and he speaks for the conference, and i don't know he would have on his own decided what we are going to do is create a major obstruction because i personally feel like it. there's a bit, i think, of payback, you know, that in the doings and the politics of the senate they maybe feel like they owe a little delay to settle scores with their republican colleagues, on the other hand
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they are much more likely to make sure that they, the democrats, are not stuck with the label of breaking an institution that until now has been sort of outside of the partisan gridlock in washington. the delay, the unprecedented delay of having no hearing whatsoever, and not no vote, but no hearing is at the core of all of this and we will see if they at least allow a hearing to take place. >> is it realistic that we could have for the next four years with just eight justices? >> no, it's not realistic. it was unprecedented enough the seat has been vacant since february and no hearing was held in the run up to the election, and the democrats would be well within their political right to stall the confirmation of a supreme court nominee a little bit but they raised so much
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criticism of the republican decision to stall that hearing it would not make a lot of sense and they would not have a lot of creditability to stretch on the delays for four more years, and donald trump and clinton had a chance to layout their decision, and that's the decision the voters went into the ballot box knew they were making, they were selecting the next supreme court justice, and that was a consequence of the election outcome, and i do suspect the senate will get to this year. >> thank you both. >> thanks. the president-elect starts his biggest week yet thus far, trump is set to give his first press conference since july, and trump presidential counselor
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heavy rain and snow expected to slam california this week. look at this. cars are stuck already in the snow, and this is truckee, california. heavy rain expected to pound northern california, a few areas are going to see that sometime next week. >> we will put that out there, and we are talking about 7 million people that are right are under some sort of flood advisory out west. and alison, live from the weather center, how concerned are you about this? >> pretty concerned. this could be one of the biggest flooding events to hit
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california in 25 years, and we have been in drought conditions, so the rain is welcomed, just not this much, and areas of portland, they could see ice accumulations up to one inch total. look at the overall rainfall accumulations, widespread in california, four to eight inches of rain, and there will be some areas that pick up, 10, 15, even 20 inches and the snow pack is going to be incredible for the west, and we are talking accumulations widespread of 6 to 8 inches, and some areas in the sierra that pick up over three feet. and we have the winter side of the storm, and it's the winter weather advisories in effect for a lot of these areas, and the radar going forward, this is going to be a system that pulls in a atmospheric river, and some originating in hawaii, and in one area you would like to see
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it, and on the other hand, you don't want to see it, and that's because of the topography. the snow pack, they are reliant upon in the spring, and they need the melt. here's the problem, now you add the rain and it's going to cause a lot of the snow pack to melt and it flows down the mountains into the valleys and can cause flooding and then the rain falling from above, 6, 8, 15 inches of it that can also cause flooding. we are just looking at a widespread flood potential, and that could trigger landslides as well. >> allison chinchar, nobody is off limits this weekend. thank you so much. the question, terror or mental illness? authorities now revealing the suspected gunman in the florida
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santiago specifically targeted the ft. lauderdale airport, and he will face charges tomorrow, and including the death penalty. and the weapon he used was once confiscated during a mental evaluation but returned to him after he was released. rachel crane is live for us, and the fbi suspected the gunman reached out for help before the attack? >> reporter: that's right, victor. new details surrounding the state of santiago's mental health. we no back in november he turned himself in saying he was hearing voices that a agency was telling him to watch isis videos and fbi agents found a loaded pistol in
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his car along with his child and the local authorities called his girlfriend and the child was picked up, and the pistol was turned over to local authorities. now, santiago did undergo a mental evaluation but it was less than 72 hours, and he was not seemed mentally unsound, so that pistol, that weapon was given back to him a month later and we know that was the weapon that was used here to carry out this attack. victor? >> thank you so much. new this morning, isis says it carried out a suicide car bombing at a baghdad market that killed at least 11 and wounded so many more. the u.s. backed defensive closes in on the northern city of mosul and mosul is isis' last major iraqi stronghold. >> the borders were temporarily
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shut down because of the violent protest because of the rise of gas. this is near the border of california, and protesters threw rocks at police and blocked government petroleum facilities. the government hiked the price of gas between 14 and 17%, and mexicans are already battling rising inflation and a weakening currency. a cnn investigation found crowley plagiarized her book "what the bleep just happened." she lifts word for word phrases from various media outlets, and
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this may not have been the first time she has done so as well. and let's bring in brian who has been look into this. >> looking through her book back when she was a fox news contributor, and she published it through one of the book publishers in the world, and it seems that plagiarism had not been found before. you can see a couple examples here on screen, she borrowed from "the wall street journal," and random websites that are funny, were it not for the ethical considerations here.
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this plagiarism is pretty visible. >> the highlighted areas are what is srverbatim. the transition team did come to her defense. is this about politics or plagiarism? >> when journalist are look into somebody's background they are not seeking to discredit the person but seeking to understand what they have done in their work and jobs in the past, and this in case, the transition team is trying to distract from what you see there on the screen, on the yellow passages, and if you borrow a word or two and make it clear who you are citing, but when you do it in this way, that's plagiarism. he celebrated a number of weeks
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ago, and the transition team is standing by her and i think why this matters, why this is significant, it speaks to the issue of vetting, something you were talking about earlier this hour, some of the senate confirmation hearings coming up, and whether they do or not require the confirmation hearings, and this example from k-file is the most recent example of the vetting. >> so people have a good idea of what we are talking about, you can find it on cnnmoney.com as well. the yahoo news, says it reports cnbc, so had she cited the sources, that would not be an issue? >> right. people take from many different
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sources but cite the sources, make clear who they are referencing and why. and the publisher, the book came out five years ago and the publishers have not responded to the request from cnn. in this case, she may have to deal with harper collins on this, too. >> appreciate it so much. thank you. this monday, by the way, bernie sanders takes question from a live studio audience as donald trump prepares to take office here, and host chris cuomo will be there, it's tomorrow night at 9:00 p.m. eastern. we hope you will be here. and also not to miss this, tuesday, live coverage of president obama's farewell address starting at 8:00 a.m. eastern. and after the bad cold that kept the queen away from the christmas and new year services for the first time in decades,
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right now as we speak here, queen elizabeth is attending church in the uk, and the reason this is important is because she missed christmas and new year's services in decades due to her being sick as a heavy cold as it was characterized and raised speculation among the public about her health. >> max, the queen, 90 years old, and she had this heavy cold, which kept her inside for sometime. what are you hearing about her health now? >> reporter: we aren't getting anything from the palace, and they are basically describing it as a private matter and not a public matter, and you have your cameras there at the church, and we will see what happens, which is basically an indication that she would be turning up at church today, and she does have a heavy cold and that's all that happened here, and because of the absence she was missing these two key church services,
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christmas and the new year as the supreme governor of the church of england and there was worry this was more serious than a heavy cold so a lot of people got concerned she was ill indeed, and in the end she was walking unaided today and looked pretty well from the still pictures as you see her in the car as well, so health scare over, but it goes to show how much the uk holds her dear and is so worried about her health as she goes into her 90s, as you say. >> and donald trump tweeting he will meet with prime minister teresa may in the spring. how is the new being accepted in the uk? >> reporter: well, the assumption was always that britain would be able to increase trade with the u.s.,
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for example, because it as a special relationship, as brits like to call it with the united states, but we didn't know what trump's attitude was to the united kingdom, all we knew was the first politician he met was who was involved in the brexit, and we didn't know if he would be open to working with her, and now we know he tweeted that and it's seen as positive news in the united kingdom, and she just gave the interview saying this interview is bigger than two leaders, and she had two calls with trump and they have been succe successful, and looks positive from this side of the atlantic right now. >> thank you so much, max. this morning pope francis is
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that was dramatic. >> we are talking hollywood, movies. >> we are. >> 74th golden globe award ceremony is tonight. stephanie elam has a look. >> reporter: the glitz, the glamor, the golden globes. looking to honor the best and film and television. with seven nominations, "lala land" leads the pack.
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>> it takes a traditional medium. the hollywood musical, which has been around for a century, and it really does re-invent it for a modern audience. >> the emma stone and ryan gosling movie is up for best picture, along with "dead pool." >> it's all love and all pride in this house. >> "moonlight" has six nominations, including one for best motion picture drama along with "hacksaw ridge." >> with five nods, the people versus o.j. simpson, american crime story, including a nomination for best miniseries or television movie. for the fourth year, "game of thrones" up for the best drama series, and it will face-off with "the crown," "stranger
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things," this is us" and "west world." >> i am already practicing wearing it every single night, and handing out awards to random people. >> and what makes the golden globes fun is the sense that anything can happen, and that goes with the host as well. >> the show should live up to its title as hollywood's biggest party. a lot to watch for tonight. the ceremony is traditionally an indicator of which films will have a chance, of course, at an oscar. >> let's talk with brian stel tur. this is going to be a big night for one of these movies, two of them, actually. who do you think are the
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frontrunners here? >> moonlight and westchester. moonlight was such an emotional piece and was received by critics, and manchester by the sea as well, casey affleck, a performance -- i think manchester by the sea might win, and moonlight was a fantastic win. >> they separate the dramas and comedies, and they are really different skill sets for the actors and for the films. >> no doubt about it, and not just those movies and then series like the veteran hbo. talk to me about what is at stake for hbo? >> stephanie mentioned "game of thrones," and "west world," which i thought was amazing, and i am rooting for "this is us." i tear up on every episode i
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have to admit, and there's a lot of great choices in dramas, and the on miniseries side, you heard the "o.j. series," which is a clear favorite. >> you realize they are siblings at the ends. >> i have not seen it yet. >> sorry. >> the movie awards get a lot of attention, and on the tv side, the globes are fascinating because you get those actors in the same room and there's more great tv than ever. >> what is really interesting is this is not just about the films that are released in theaters and broadcast television, and it's about streaming. amazon up with 11 nominations, and netflix with six nominations. this is the continued story of the shifting environment in entertainment. >> amazon is a game changer.
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it gave these companies the opportunity to create their own content, and the nomination for best picture, "manchester by the sea", and mozart in the jungle as well. it's a game changer. you are not seeing abc and nbc and hbo and the classics, you are seeing the media onlight outlets. >> it's strange to go to the movies and see amazon's name, and they are financing movies. my favorite, i loved "lion," and it's on itunes already, if you want to see a movie tonight you can log on without even going to the theater. >> let me ask you about mel gibson, and that's a name we have not heard in hollywood a lot after the drama and issues with him, and he was -- i don't
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want to say excommunicated from hollywood but was not popular anymore, and he was up for best director for the film "hacksaw ridge." >> yeah, and even invoking his name remains controversial, but he is attempting a comeback, and his movie is up for best drama award and for a number of other awards, it's in contention and getting talked about, and he is succeeding in an tempted comeback. >> i do think casey affleck is going to take it, and denzel is going to be honored, and i would like to see vie olah davis win. fingers crossed.
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it's so good to have you here. >> thank you. >> and on a sunday morning no less when it's so early. >> i'm here. entertainment. >> she is here now from tonight. we appreciate both of you. >> speaking of tonight, cnn will be live at the golden globe ceremonies, and stephanie elam will be on the red carpet starting at 8:00 p.m. eastern. the ice sculpting international competition, 32 teams from around the world armed with ice, water and a few chainsaws.
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