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the pictures show the turnout
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has been overwhelming. this is drone video from st. louis. the pictures are similar to a number of cities around the country. we have more on the march in washington. >> reporter: tonight americans of all faiths and walks of life converging on the capitol. >> our dignity, our character, our rights have all been under attack. >> i am unafraid to be nasty because i amnesty like susan, elizabeth, eleanor, sonya, michelle, hillary. >> bringing equal rights for all
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americans to the steps of the white house. >> we are here representing majority of americans. >> we are for inclusion. >> we stay here. we keep this fight up. we keep letting them know that we are not going any where. >> this is a wake up call. >> and who needs to wake up? >> anybody who cares about democracy, anybody who cares about sanity and the presidency. >> reporter: do you have a message for president trump now? >> it's time to leave. >> reporter: and the movement spanned well beyond just washington as hundreds of thousands of americans gathered in all 50 states from chicago to los angeles, st. louis, new york, denver and boston. >> hello women of massachusetts.
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>> reporter: celebrities, politicians and every day americans uniting. ♪ >> in rebuke of president trump's past statements standing up to say they will fight for the country they know and love. >> president trump, i did not vote for you. >> my husband and i fought for 35 years for marriage and i lost him right before christmas. i'm here for both of us. >> jessica's mother fell ill at 48 years old of ending her life while the system left her in ruins. >> i hope she would be very proud. i miss her terribly and i i'm sorry she had to go the way she went. it was not a righteous way to go. >> i know there aren't official crowd estimates. it certainly seemed like a huge number of people -- probably more people showed up in some of these cities than had been
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planned for. >> and the people who are in this house made no mention of the massive crowds. to demonstrate that it was early on when they were supposed to be leaving down constitution. the crowd was so thick, and you could in the move just getting from the truck to the live shot people were pleading with each other, you could barely breathe. there was a sense of tension like you would be crushed or a stampede. it sort of subsided and the announce, begging people not the move at that moment. it really underscores this massive staggering crowd was much more than the organizers expected. >> thanks very much. we don't have this as people that showed up. pictures are certainly striking. take a look. the marchs weren't just in the united states. they were in cities across the world. take a look at pictures from
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ba barcelona, germany, italy, the list goes on frm these were scenes from across the country and across the world. john king, cnn's political analyst and chief political analyst and chief political correspondent. senior adviser and cnn jeffrey lord and penny nance. appreciate all of you being with us. how much of these marchs are rejection of donald trump, rejection of his presidency, how much are they about sort of diverse larger issues? there are a lot of different signs and a lot of different causes. >> you're right. i think it was truly a combination of all of theose things. she used the term wake up call
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and i think that's what madonna said before she dropped the f bomb. that's a different story. but the idea that a lot of people, especially young people who really only in their adult lives knew president obama and didn't have an understanding these are democrats i'm talking about or people who tend to vote democratic that things could not go their way didn't go their way on election day and the way it was put is they didn't realize bad could triumph over good and it did. again, this is their perspective. that is what motivated a lot of people to get out there to say, you know what? we realized you can't just rely on good prevailing. you have to get out, use your voice and use the power of protests and the power of masses of people to do so. so the question whether or not it is going to be the beginning of something else we don't know
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yet. >> and that's the question, look at the tea party which had success at the next election cycle. you know, in this you have a lot of people who are facebooking their friends. that's not necessarily activism. activism is sort of makes end roads with people who don't share the same philosophy with you. does it actually become a wake-up call? >> i think a big question. i think a lot of people felt they had a safety net with barack obama. the democratic party has been hallowed it. they have lost a thousand seats and now the process begins of starting to win those back. i think what you have got to
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start seeing at these rallies are some of those white non-college educated working class women who trump won by 28 points. once those women start showing up that's what they are talking about right now. >> it was actually a march called the womens march and told a lot of women they weren't allowed to come and they didn't want them there because they weren't pro-choice. there are a lot of women. they knocked on doors for hillary clinton and were very progressive and who are serious christians who are pro life but would agree with. >> were they told not to come? >> yes. they were told not to come and
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that being proabortion rights was part of this march. it speaks to the same kind of tone daeafness i have dean in te democratic party -- what's so f funny? >> i think today was the beginning of something that was amazing. i don't think anyone is giving it its due. we had protests across the entire world. you had women who came out. you had metro stations that were two hour waits to get there. i think what we saw today may not be the end of anything but i do think it was the beginning of something. what we saw, of course it was a collection of issues but more importantly there was a common theme and that was this thing of freedom and justice. people came out because they believe in those things. we did lose governor's mansions. people are looking and looking to my friend for leadership now.
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the fact is that people came out today in something that we haven't seen in this country or around this world in a very long period of time. this is not anti-trump. it is pro america. >> we'll see a lot of people at the march for life. >> yeah, the march for life, by the way, which has been going on -- will have about 400,000, 500,000. i i'll meet all of you back here to have the same conversation next weekend. that is ignored on a regular basis. i welcome it, by the way. any time women and men get together and show their believes and strongly support their candidates on whatever that is, that's fantastic. it is good for america. this was not a womens march. >> let her finish. >> we were not welcomed here. kellyanne conway was not
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welcomed. why are you laughing? we should have been included. so women are not mono -- this is the same group who have been fighting against donald trump -- >> we can doubt. we can actually castigate it. >> i mean -- >> no. it's fine. we'll have 400,000 people -- >> her point is shouldn't it have been called a woimens marc? >> do you have any problem with what its billed as? >> not at all. women are the backbone of this country. i do think part of the problem is donald trump made such a spectacle today.
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>> we are leading the broadcast with this march. >> exactly. >> but we were going to -- >> no. no. no. >> it could be covered more. i want to say i personally tweeted out pictures of women marching. i think it's a wonderful march. i think you can say that and say it can be more inclusive. >> but you say -- >> it is not anti-trump -- >> what trump supporters are there? >> it is highly unusual to have all of these cities jammed a day after someone takes office. something happened. it ought to be noted. it's not just like every other thing -- >> but on january 21st -- >> just let me say this. the other thing, it wasn't just women out there. it was men.
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how you translate that -- zb how does that next step happen though? >> i think that's not clear. >> no. >> i suspect -- you know, i walked around the streets today. i think there was an awful lot of enare ergy there. there is no obvious vehicle for that yet. i think there's work to be done to get there. >> we have got to take a quick break. we'll have more on this and much more coming up next. also the former director of the cia making public criticism of the president. also, more on his focus and amplification of it. some hows that the audience was bigger than it actually was. we'll have details on that. the world is full of surprising moments.
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fences. the outcome might not be what the president had in mind dominating the first white house press conference. it is to you can see how the issue escalated. >> well, i want to thank everybody very very special people and it is true. this is my first stop officially. >> donald trump visiting the cia he is repeatedly accused of leaking damaging information about him. >> there is nobody that feels stronger about the intelligence community than donald trump. there's nobody. >> but trump spent more than half his speech, nine out of 15
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minutes to be exact, talking about issues other than the intelligence community. standing in front of a wall honoring 117 fallen cia officers he took swipes at the news media and blaming his feud with the intelligence community on the media. >> as you know, i have a running war with the media. they are among the most dishonest human beings on earth. they made it sound like i had a feud with the intelligence community. the reason you're number one stop is exactly the opposite. they understand that too. >> the fact is the president repeatedly criticized the intelligence community in tweets regarding its assessment that russia hacked the u.s. election to help him win. the intelligence briefing on so called russian hacking was delayed. very strange.
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intelligence agencies should never have allowed this fake news to leak into the public. one last shot at me. are we living in nazi germany? misstating crowd sizes. >> it looked like a million and a half people. whatever it was it was. it went all the way back to the washington monument. i turned around and i get this network. it said we drew 250,000 people. that's not bad, but it's a lie. we had 250,000 people literally on the little ball that we constructed. that was 250,000 people. the rest of the 20 block area all the way back to the washington monument was packed. so we caught them and we caught them and i think they will pay a big price. >> it was met with some
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applause. >> they are among the most dishonest human beings on earth. >> trump telling the crowd he knew the intelligence community mostly voted for him. >> mostly everybody in this room voted for me. i will not ask you to raise your hands. >> reporter: mr. trump ended on a positive tone. >> i just wanted to really say i love you. i respect you. there is nobody i respect more. you'll do a fantastic job and we'll start winning again and you're going to be leading the charge. >> strong reaction from the former cia drairector. >> that's right. let me read it. former cia director is angered at donald trump's despicable from front of the amemorial
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wall. he says trump should be ashamed of himself. it is remarkable it gets to that point. that is the cia's arlington. many we know the names -- >> those are cia agents that sacrificed their lives and many now can't be named. >> that's right. johnnie michael span, killed -- i want to make this clear. there has been a lot of talk about the politicalization of intelligence agencieagencies. he shared his director under george w. bush. he shared the obama administration and shared republicans and as a cia agent he served under multiple administrations. his service has been not related to party. this is -- when i speak to folks
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inside the agency that's their monotra that we do our intelligence work to presidents and administrations. >> jeffrey? >> i am hard pressed based on the clips you have shown tonight to understand when the man looks at these people right in the eye and says i love you why this is some sort of disfor the intelligence community. it was from previous times. >> he denied that. >> he clearly doesn't think that -- >> well -- >> wait. wait. wait. wait. wait. there is a problem in the intelligence community. it is the entire washington bureaucracy of leaking things -- >> there's a problem in the trump administration of leaking things. >> i understand but this is the intelligence community.
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this specific leak he has been talking about that got them all so fired up -- >> you can't deny he is putting the word intelligence in quotes. >> right. >> did he do that today. >> he did disrespect them today and i heard from people who were in the they said that he did disrespect them because he spent most of his time during this speech in front of that wall talking about crowd size and his inauguration instead of talking about the hard work that these people do. so he went there on a mission but he didn't spend most of his time talking about the intelligence km intelligence community. he said we are on the same wavelength. >> why are you dismissing that? >> he spent most of his time
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talk about other things. zwl it is to work with people, to be a leader and also to set a fire under them. >> i think he did -- >> i think you'll see not only today but you're going to see a lot as he deals with all of these different bureaucracies. what he is trying to do is inspire them, ignite them -- >> yes. but talking about crowd size what does it have to do -- >> wait. >> have you got to arlington so beautifully on inauguration day, had he done -- >> look, anderson, what he is doing -- >> i'm asking, if he harley-davidson done thhad done this at arlington would it have been appropriate? >> no. that is hallowed ground. >> i understand but he is kplun
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ka communicating his leadership style. >> last night the president went to this ball for the armed services and his first line was i'm glad to be here because you all voted for me, much like we saw there. we went onto talk to troops who were being beamed in from afghanist afghanistan. they said congratulations. most of them, they said i love your questions. you like me, not like these people. never once did he say this is a man who now has the power to send these young people into situations that could very well cost them their lives. how about thank you for your service, we appreciate the sacrifices you and your families make for this country. i am only saying this because that is a role of the commander in chief. when he went to the cia today and stood before that wall he should have known this is not the place to talk about crowd sizes or to talk about votes.
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this is serious business in front of an audience of people who have committed their lives to protect this country. that is part of being president. that is part of being commander in chief. he has to pick up this role. >> but with all due respect -- and you know i'm not yelling at you here but part of being commander in chief is not withdrawing troops from iraq. >> no. that was an action that wound up killing some of these kids. >> i am not going to dignify that, jeffrey. i'm trying to make a point about what the role of -- >> and i'm trying -- >> you're making a -- >> i'm saying -- >> if you feel that the president was appropriate last night and today you should say so. >> i think that we are making -- >> do you think he behaved -- >> i think the entire question is a needle out of a hay stack. -- >> but you say it's
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inappropriate in arlington but you won't -- >> he is standing in front of a group of people. he got applause at least in the clips, did he not? >> yes. >> there were no boos. >> do you think he had a sense or was adequately prepared about the meaning of that space in the cia? do you think he knew? >> of course i'm sure. >> and he did it anyway. >> it doesn't mean that he knew. >> it doesn't -- >> guys, guys. >> yes. >> but the larger part is people can defend it, whatever. this is what -- this is who donald trump is. >> yes. >> this is the way it's going to be moving forward. that's just more clear than ever. >> we live in interesting times. >> yes. it is who he is. part of it to david's point -- and i don't want to get into back and forth but he'll have to get used to it. maybe he can say all of these
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things he said and it won't cause trouble. maybe it won't move markets. we know part of those demonstrations today were people -- he has the world's attention right now. we'll see what he does with it. last night at the ball we were at, when he came oit and asked should i stay on the twitter he went onto talk about the enemies. he didn't say his critics. he didn't say the democrats. he didn't say those that agree with his policies. he said enemies. that is unusual language in our medical discourse to call them your enemy. >> so the -- there was that at the cia today and i moved over to the white house and we'll report on that, why the focus with everything that's going on, everything that's happening today the first day, remember, day one essentially, all of the things they could be focused on seemed to be focused ton crowd
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with protesters lining the street sean spicer gave his first press briefing on pennsylvania avenue. it was brief and in another combative could be an adjective to describe it. jim joins us now. it was an unscheduled briefing.
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explain what happened. >> yeah. it was an extraordinary scene. donald trump does not like the news coverage he has gotten over the last 24 hours. some of that has shown how the attendance doesn't add up to other inaugurations. he lashed out at the cia earlier today. sean spicer at his very first briefing inside the white house, used that opportunity to go after the news media. sheer what he had to say. >> this was the largest audience to ever witness an inauguration period both in person and around the globe. even the new york times printed a photograph showing a misrepresentation of the crowd in the original tweet which showed the full extent that existed. these attempts to lessen the enthusiasm of the inauguration are shame of and wrong.
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the president is committed to unifying our country. this kind of dishonesty in the media, challenge is making it more difficult. there has ban lot of talk about the responsibility to hold donald trump accountable. i'm here to tell you it goes two ways. we are going to hold the press accountable as well. the american people deserve better and as long as he serves as the messenger he will take his message directly to the american people where his focus will always be. >> and that final message we just played there i think is critical. he said they are going to hold a news media accountable. i talked to a republican source right after he made that comment that said make no mistake, that was a threat from the white house press secretary at his very first briefing aimed at the news media. the other thing is that if you go down the list of these mettics that he la-- metrics th
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he laid out you can fact check them which is something that we have done. >> donald trump talked about the size of his crowds more than many people, how smart he is, i think he talked about that again. and spicer seemed like he was reading from a statement that seemed like it was carefully worded. >> but he was careless with the facts. he talked about it was the first inaugural where they used white ground coverings. that is not true. we found photographs from 2013. here they are. those are different photographs. we have photographs that show ground crews laying those white ground coverings on the national mall. there it is right there. you can see the crews doing that work at president obama's second inaugural. he also said during the
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briefing, anderson, that mag any tom ters were used and it prevented people from getting to the inauguration site and hearing donald trump. we asked and the u.s. secret service tells us they were not used around the mall. that is not true. finally, he sited metro numbers. he sited the wrong metro numbers. he talked about incomplete metro numbers that were not for the full day. according to metro donald trump drew 570,500 people from 4:00 in the morning until about midnight. in 2009 it was 1.1 million for barack obama and 782,000 in 2013. those are three different met c metrics right there that are factually incorrect.
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so either spicer is giving us bad information or he went into this extraordinary briefing earlier today, totally unprepared. there will be days -- >> and the weird -- >> go ahead. >> and that's the weird thing about the numbers he gave on the metro. they were lower than the real numbers. actually more people were riding the metro according to the metro than sean spicer said they actually were. so even in his argument his numbers were wrong but they were wrong in a way that did not favor donald trump who seems to care about how big the numbers are. >> that's right, anderson. there will come a day where we'll be talking about more important things than donald trump's crowd size. on those day the white house press secretary has to be accurate about his information. everybody flubs and slips over a word and that sort of thing, but i think it should be a teachable moment for this administration. they can't come out and blast the news media with bad facts
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and that's what they did today. >> thanks very much. john, we would not even be talking today about crowd sizes. it's most ridiculous thing to be focusing on but this is what the white house was focusing on. >> we have seen this throughout the campaign. candidate trump drew amazing crowds. he did it to build the political movement to win the republican nomination and to win the presidential election. he is the president now. she the president now. he gave a speech yesterday t. democrats disagree with it. he says he is going to complete. he says he wants to revive the inner cities. he wants to cut taxes and create jobs. it will send this town into a tizzy. while we are talking about crowd size is absurd. he is the president of the united states and he proved today if you get under his skin, look, no doubt -- i don't
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remember us talking about crowd size on cnn yesterday. >> no. >> and a new york times reporting tweeted if one tweet is going to send the president of the united states off this is -- hillary clinton tried this in the debate. she is watching from home tonight. maybe donald trump is right. but if one tweet can get under his skin i hope he finds better use for his time. >> you better believe sean spicer didn't go out there on his own. >> right. >> and you had a president that was agitated who was mad about this because he saw these pictures. he didn't like these pictures. this is day one. this is day one. you want to talk about crowd size? the numbers we ought to be talking about are job creation and other kinds of things. >> this is incomprehensible and absurd and self-destructive.
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it makes him look smaller abdomen nand not bigger. >> and someone said sean spicer did this for an audience of one, his boss, donald trump. going down the line, hopefully sean spicer as the white house spokesperson will be speaking to the world, not his boss. his boss was clearly angry and agitated about crowd sizes -- >> which is something he already tweeted about. let's put up the tweet. he said this is called a statement you're told to make by the president. >> there you go. exactly. so that's -- i mean sean spicer was clearly doing this because he was told to do it. it was like he had two choices, do this or quit. his boss was agitated.
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does he want to be zbl-- >> yes. >> let me finish this. >> you mean there are no troops in kuwait? >> i'm not going down the distu -- but the day he landed here i -- we were doing live coverage. it was very positive about the circumstance. i said i just wanted a little color. how does he feel? the response was the crowd sizes are amazing. it's a very special day. it's how he measures himself. it's how he measured himself, ratings, when he was in it' television. the question is whether or not he can try to put that aside and more important if the people around him who successfully rotated in and out, if they rotated in and out through the last month and a half of the campaign keeping him calm and
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talking about spicer's first press statement. back with the panel and gave out incorrect information. >> as someone who was a senior aid to a president i still remember getting my ears singed
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every once in a while when i said no, sir, you can't do that. this is a bad idea. i think it's important to have people around you who do that. so i -- we should emphasize there are many days to go. if this president will be successful then the people around him owe it to him to say you cannot do that. that is a bad idea. in terms of sean spicer who is a guy who built credibility in this town over 20 years, everyone here knows him, to send him out there, to do what he did tonight is to basically cripple someone or at least lessen his effectiveness when he has to go out -- >> let me ask you about this. there are probably a lot of people watching and saying you know what? this is all just about how they are treated. it is all -- it doesn't matter -- >> for does the size of the crowd i'm sure they are thinking. >> that's right. they don't care. >> what do you answer to that?
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>> the answer is that if reporters can't trust the information that they are getting from the press secretary, if they don't feel like they are getting real honest true facts then it makes it much harder for them moving forward to do their jobs and they begin to discount things that he says. you know, i think it's extraordinarily important for the press secretary to always be in a position to deliver what he knows to be -- >> and if i could just say i know sean spicer. first off, he is his own man. i don't me if anybody else has not gotten a tongue lashing at some point from spicer and some times deserved. i have to agree most people don't care. >> right. because people don't care you can say people don't care about facts but nevertheless facts do matter. >> well, of course he needs to
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have his facts straight. i don't know what happened but i do know spicer is not a robot. he thinks for himself. he will be a great press secretary. >> it is a tough job. >> i think respectfully we are missing something here that a lot of people missed for the last two years is that there's an underlying strategy. i spoke to him three years ago now and what you were hearing here about the press, he said personally to me. he really believes this. now he is president and first of all he was a can datdidate. he felt -- and i think everybody would agree that the press gets low marks from the american public. when we are talking here about sean spicer says something that's not true you have lots of people in america pointing to the television -- >> yeah. but -- >> yeah, and -- >> but -- >> if i can briefly, one of the
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things we haven't discussed in this, and i think there were many things -- and i think gloria laid it out. there were many things they could have talked about, mortgage rates, but even -- or the womens march, he could have tweeted or talked about that, the millions of people who were in the streets. the white house lie today the american public. we can call it whatever we want to call it. we can say sean had his facts incorrect. i love sean. sean gave me a pair of george h.w. bush socks. i adore him as a husband and father. but today the white house lied to the american public, the first day in office. we can call it whatever we want to call it. that is very very dangerous. that undermines one of our very very credible tenants of our democracy. you can call it whatever you
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want to but today the white house lied. >> most of america believes sean spicer over all of you. >> his credibility is higher than yours. >> right, but what he said was not correct. >> but it was a lie, do you recognize that? >> i don't think he went out there -- >> what you guys are stating -- >> i'm giving you the honest truth. what you guys are statin very sin cap view. he didn't lie. i love sean. i really do. he stood in front of the american people and said to the american people something he should have known -- >> he did not purposefully lie. >> did you believe the crowd was larger than 2009 with barack obama? >> i don't know and i don't even care. nobody cares. >> what's funny is actually the president of the united states cares. >> that's the problem. >> sean spicer seems to care. that's the picture. >> you all care more because he was sticking it to the media. >> i don't care, that's my job.
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my job isn't to be loved by the president. my job is to do credible, serious -- >> well, you seem awfully upset. >> i'm upset because the president of the united states -- i didn't vote for donald trump. i think anybody watching this show knows that i didn't vote for donald trump. however, i do expect the president of the united states -- i'm sorry i'm not jaded by reality yet. i expect the president of the united states to actually tell the truth. >> he did an incredible thing. >> he lied about a really big thing, you could keep your doctor and everyone gave him a pass. >> he should own that and not worry about the crowd size. i do not care. >> president obama taking a vacation and then he'll be not far from the white house. osoft s infinite scalability. the microsoft cloud helps our customers get up and running, anywhere in the planet. wherever there's a phone, you've got a bank, and we could never do that before.
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