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the president is accusing his predecessor, barack obamas, of tapping the phones at the trump tower. >> he has made the allegation. he better have the evidence to back that up. >> president trump is very frustrated with his senior staff. nobody has seen him as that upset. i am the attorney general of the whole united states. i got to meet the president and everything. >> this meeting every happened.
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>> i wouldn't remember it anyway. all right. sunday is upon us, and we're so grateful to have your company. i am christi paul. >> i am martin savidge. sources are telling us the president's frustration is mounting over the firestorm surrounding his attorney general. >> and this morning, now as sessions is set to amend his testimony on russian contacts during the campaign, we are hearing new details on the uproar inside the oval office. >> reaction to the president's explosive and unsubstantiated wiretapping claims against president obama, and one senator
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saying he wants to know more. >> i don't know if it's true or not, but if it is true, illeg illegally, it would be the biggest political scandal since watergate. so it's my job as a united states senator to get to the bottom of this. where is trump's new travel ban? he originally argued it was urgently needed to stop, quote, bad dudes from rushing in, and now an executive order is expected to come out as early as tomorrow. >> we have a team of experts to help break this down. ryan, what are you hearing about the mood inside the white house? >> sources tell cnn the president was frustrated and
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angry after the fallout from the attorney general jeff sessions. that was something that left the president hot. one source telling our white house team the president felt his recusal was hasty and overkill and led to a fiery meeting in the oval office where there was a lot of expletives, and the president accusing his staff of fumbling the situation with sessions, and saturday morning trump tweeted out the explosive accusation that obama wiretapped trump tower. this morning we are learning that white house council is
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reviewing what options are available to them to see if they can obtain records from the justice department that would prove that a warrant was issued to conduct surveillance on trump or his soassociates. meanwhile, republicans issued a statement yesterday demanding any information related to the president's claim should be released to the public. >> possibly want to look ahead to what we are expecting this week. tomorrow could be a big day in washington. >> yeah, that's right, and for the most part the white house expected the end of this past week and the beginning of this week to be a victory lap, the continuation of the president's
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successful joint sessions of congress. there's more that will be done with the saga to jeff sessions. >> ryan nobles, we appreciate it so much. thank you. let's continue the conversation with cnn politics reporter, eric bradner, and cnn legal analyst, danny saw sraulious. our sources are saying trump is frustrated and the white house is on edge, so how can they reset the narrative this week when you have got the whole talk of russia coming back again with sessions, obviously going to give more explanation as to what his connections were? how do they reset their narrative? >> it's going to be difficult.
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an executive order on travel, the new travel ban is going to get a lot of attention. we have seen this when trump thinks he is not being represented adequately, so he goes out and does it himself. sometimes it works. sometimes it helps to muddy the water and gets journalists and others talking about something disconnected from what every struggles he was having the days before, and this time what he has done is manage to put pressure on republican lawmakers to say they are going to do something to follow-up on these really big claims about president obama. so you are already seeing lindsay graham and ben sass, two
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republican leaders saying with a win skpbg wink and a nod, saying they are going to look into this and so trump has really sort of taken a step that takes control of the narrative away from him in a sense. >> right. julian, i want to bring this point up. trump in all of his talk has had a rather complicated history with president obama, and here's a quick reminder for all of us. >> i think president obama is behind it, because his people are certainly behind it. >> and we are grateful to president obama and first lady michelle obama, for their gracious aid throughout this transition. he is the founder of isis. he's the finder of isis. i have great respect. the meeting lasted for almost an
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hour and a half, and it could have gone on for a lot longer. our president is the greatest divider i have ever seen. there's one line called place of birth and i would like to see what he said. >> talk about whip saw. do you think president obama will continue to be a target for president trump? >> yes , i think he will. and trump started his political career with the birther movement, and he continued to make these kinds of inflammatory comments throughout, and i don't think that's really the normal. i think former president obama offers trump a foil, and president trump loves a foil whether it's the media or liberal activist or president obama, i think he will continue
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to come back to him as somebody that is behind the problems that he is facing in congress and nationally rather than looking at himself. >> let's talk about the wiretapping issue that the president has brought forward, and the white house counsel is reviewing anything to back that up. could they get records from the department of justice? >> it would be difficult. more problematic is a policy issue where you would have a white house arguably interfering with a doj investigation f. there is one. that would be a real problem. and then you add to the fact that if this is something authorized or involving the foreign intelligence surveillance act and the courts, those are highly secretive, and this is the kind of information that really could create a problem down the road, not only for disclosing this information, but for the fact that it would
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demonstrate what the doj is doing in terms of investigating foreign agents and foreign governments that may be operating inside the united states. it's the entire purpose for which the fisa courts were created. >> it's interesting to note, julian, with this accusation you would have expected many republicans to come out and speak in support of the president. but, of course, it's such an explosioni explosive accusation, many are not willing to come out. one is calling is trump to support evidence to support his claims, and it's going to be hard for a president that is already well-known for pedalling conspiracy theories, right? >> you are starting to see some of that crack. more republicans are now saying
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there needs to be some kind of investigation into the connections with russia among his advisers, and this last claim to really allege that the former president of the united states engaged in this kind of activity without having any apparent evidence is something that is more difficult for a lot of republicans to sit on, and some of it might be principle, but a lot of it is politics. they are looking at their constituencies and saying this is going to be a problem for us in the mid-term election. >> i don't know if we have to go that far into the future. stick around, all of you, there's plenty more to discuss right after the break. dicey moments we should point out, at a pro trump rally. >> usa! usa! >> it became an all-out brawl,
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violent demonstrations at the march for trump rally in berkeley, and ten people were arrested when pro and anti-trump supporters slashed. several people, including a elderly man were pepper sprayed. they found a dagger and pipes, bats, bricks, and 2 x 4s. an official with the trump administration warns cnn plans could change. let's bring back our panel. thank you, gentlemen, for being with us. eric, i wanted to ask you about the changes in particular when it comes to iraq. we know secretary of state, the defense secretary, the national security adviser, advocating to delete iraq from the list.
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how likely do you think it will be? >> sounds likely. their argument is that eliminated iraq would make it sort of easier to fight the battle against isis. their argument is there are translators, for example, who work with the u.s. military in iraq who were affected by the travel ban, so the question is whether iraq will be eliminated, and critics of the travel ban, of course, point out there are similar instances you can point to from other countries included in this ban as well, and not that just work with the u.s. military but people who have long periods of having done business with the united states, having cooperated with the united states in terms of diplomacy, and et cetera, so it sounds like iraq is going to be the big change, though. that's something that several people within the trump administration, high ranking officials, have been pushing
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for. >> bwhat impact would that have? >> it's within the president's proven provence, and the real affect will be, on one side you have the president's statutory authority to exclude people from other countries based on national security interests, and on the other hand, as the ninth circuit court of appeals pointed out, this power is not absolute. the courts are designed to review the constitutionality of executive orders, and there is a discrimination provision in federal law, then this new travel ban will be surely equally challenged if it's perceived as discriminating in a way that is constitutional or
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contrary to provisional areas of law. >> a seen krnior administration official said they wanted to give it time to breathe, the speech the president gave to congress, and was it smart for them to hold on to this until this week? >> obviously the first thing they want to make sure is that this is not held up in court again, so part of the slowness is to make sure the executive order is written in a way that protects itself, and part of the hope was that speech would create this political moment where people weren't focusing on the problems of the administration, but seeing president trump as presidential, but that delay did not work, because in the intervening moments we are back to tweets and back to russia gate, and so that's the context in which this
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executive order will now be released. >> what about the dhs assessment out there that says individuals that are radicalized are not radicalized when they come into the country, as they are coming in, but after they have been here for a while. how will that argument in that report play out in what is in the travel ban? >> politically this makes it more difficult for republicans to back the president. we have seen this, you know, time and time again, people who are foreign policy hawks on the right are sort of eager to back a more assertive vision of u.s. military might, and so they sort of want to get behind trump, but they see these steps as unproductive or counter productive. the question is -- there are two questions. one is the legal issue and one is how this sort of plays on capitol hill whether trump is able to get republicans behind
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him, and that assessment does make it more difficult. it's one of several factors that have people like mccain and the lindsay grams of the world sort of hesitant to support the president. >> is there any way to craft this without naming countries? if you extracted those countries that would take a big legal aspect out of it, would it not? >> the religion testing in the prior executive order and the due process concerns, i think the biggest carve out that will insulate a new executive order would be that for lawful permanent residents, the class of people being excluded. the more the order goes towards trying to exclude, not necessarily people from different countries, but that class of people that never had any due process or any right to enter the country, for example, people who never set foot in the
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united states that are nonvisa holders. not necessarily people from particular countries, although that, of course, is a very important political consideration, and less so a legal one, certainly when compared to the religion testing in some of the other constitutional challenges. >> julian, do you think we will see the travel ban announced this week? >> yeah, i think we will see it announced and see it challenged legally and politically. the system we already have is a heavily vetted system, so whatever comes from the white house will be challenged, i am sure, in the coming weeks. >> we so appreciate you being here. thank you, gentlemen. also ahead on cnn, pelosi and marco rubio are with jake tapper today on state of the union. after a direct request from
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welcome back at 6:28 on a sunday morning. you are up early. i am christi paul. >> i am martin savidge in for victor blackwell. good to be with you. and now calling one incident
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a hate crime. the sikh was in his driveway when a man told him to go back to his country. >> he was approached and confronted by a subject, and some comments were made to the affect of get out of our country, go back to where you are from, and our victim was then shot. >> the shooting comes just two weeks after a white man allegedly shot and killed an indian man and wounded another in kansas. mexico is moving to protect its citizens in light of tougher deportation standards in the u.s., and they are hiring staff centers inside mexican sha consulates in all 50 states, and they will assist migrants, even
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printing birth certificates for those that don't have one. as undocumented immigrants make their way across the southern border, and some cross the rio grand into one man's land. >> he says he would gladly give part of it up for a border wall. here's cnn correspondent. >> i was born in february 26, 1944. >> where? >> about 100 yards from here in that direction. >> his roots run deep into the 600 acres of south texas soil. >> my ancestors lived here as well. >> that is the rio grand right there. >> the 73-year-old farms and ranches this property in star county, texas. >> through the years we have worked the land, and took all the brush and leveled it out.
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>> this rugged and dusty land carried the name of this man. by all accounts, this teamer, farmer and rancher is as american as it gets. >> that property has been in our family since around 1767. >> he said as long as there has been a border skphrbgs his father saw bootleg tequila snuck over the land. today it's people and drugs. >> i'm not sure that a wall will ever stop all of these. i would like to see it stopped. >> you won't find many neighbors that find his views in this part of texas, as he is a conservative in a blue region of a state. >> our president and his own
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party beat 16 other candidates. what does that tell you? the american people were listening to him. so at some point i started listening to him as well. the pirates, of course, are right there. >> escobar says he has seen firsthand the face of immigration from his doorstep. >> we have been moved by many of the cases, absolutely. so many of them come and tell us their stories about their hunger pains over there, and about the corruption, about the illegal activities going on in their country. it breaks our heart. >> something else will break his heart, if something he needs to break with something he holds dear. >> if the government needs the property, i will be willing to give it up so we can be the land
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of the free and the home of the brave, so it can be the immigrants so they come here seeking to be here in a legal way. >> he gave president trump his trump and now he is willing to give him his land. >> a former mayor of rio grand city is a vocal critic of that, and he joins us now. i want to get your reaction, first of all, to the piece on mr. escobar, and he would give up part of his family's land to build a wall, and is that something you see from people in that area and do a lot of them agree with him? >> what you want, is border
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security. goes without a doubt. from my standpoint, a former public official, i want the best bang of the buck, so $21 billion being talked about doesn't sound like a good investment for something that is going to provide us that security over a generation, so from our standpoint it's about spending money correctly and using technology and boots on the ground, and a combination, a border fence might work, but we need a combination of things that give us real security. >> do you have a feeling, i think i read an article where you said, you this washington is in a sense out of touch with what the people in your community really want. how so? >> i think they are very out of touch. they don't understand the dynamics of the region. the region needs a solution to border security that is flexible and dynamic and can change. a bordered fence, once you put it up, it doesn't have a lot of
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those qualities, and it's stagnant, and it becomes a symbol of not what works but what doesn't work. you have to influence -- influx an awful lot of boots on the ground, and a lot of technology. people think it exists here, and technology just arrived and we don't know on the outcome. >> what do you think will work? a wall won't work necessarily, and what kind of technology do you advocate? >> just in 2014, we saw the radar systems and cameras coming in, and i think drones would do a wonderful job of keeping a very close watch on the u.s. and mexico border. and the fact of the matter is that technology only exists in pockets, and as of 2015, for example, cameras were being installed. i am talking about basic cameras that can take an image of somebody coming across and then report it to the proper
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authorities so the technology is a much better option for what we need to do, because one thing is for sure, we have 56 miles of border fence already, and in 2014 we had 60,000 immigrants coming across the border, and that's a great example of how a border fence could be ineffective and doesn't go with the dynamics of this area. >> so what is the main problem? the border security itself or the immigration process and the protocols that need to be followed? >> it's a combination of both. look, before we look at comprehensive immigration, we have to secure the borders. that goes without saying. if we do one the other won't work. but what i will tell you, like mr. escobar mentioned, he supported trump, and so did i, but we have different reasons for doing that. i believe that border security needs to be influenced with the modern technology that we have, and then fall back on the,
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again, the human spirit, which is the dynamics of people on the border to solve a problem versus the investment of billions and billions and billions of dollars on something that goes back to the 14th century, and it doesn't show how advanced we are but how limited and short sighted we can be. >> thank you for sharing your thoughts with us. good to see you this morning. >> thank you. >> thank you. tomb stones were found knocked over at a jewish cemetery in new york. and authorities are trying to figure out if this is the latest of a rash of anti-semitic crimes in this case. the governor of new york heads to israel, what he had to say about those crimes, next. that means you can take a universe of data - in your case literally - and turn it into medical discoveries, diagnostic breakthroughs... ...proof that black holes collapse into one singularity. i don't know what that is. but yes.
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some of the new videos we are getting in this morning. hundreds of civilians as they leave mosul and u.s. backed forces hammer isis targets in that city. the military believes several thousand citizens still are held up there, and the people of that city are trying to get out and find a place to go. can't imagine what that is like for them. new york police are investigating a possible hate crime at a jewish cemetery. five tomb stones were found knocked over in brooklyn last night and they are trying to find out if it was a case of vandalism or the weather caused it. the investigation comes after a series of anti-semitic attacks, and bomb threats have been called in to jewish centers and
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schools across the country this year. so far one man is accused of making those threats and has been arrested and because of the recent anti-semitic crimes, new york's andrew cuomo is visiting israel. >> this is a show of solidarity against anti-semitism. orion lieberman has more from jerusalem. >> reporter: governor andrew cuomo's first stop was the ha holocaust museum, and he laid a wreath, and the lessons of the past are more relevant than ever in the present with a wave of anti-semitism across the united states, including bomb threats called in to more than 100 jewish community centers, and the latest happening as cuomo
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was on his flight here, and grave stones knocked over at a jewish cemetery in brooklyn. >> in new york now and in the united states we have had a rash of anti-semitism, over 100 acts of anti-semitism, and i am sad to say also in my state, the state of new york. it is disgusting. it's reprehensible. it violates every tenant of the new york state tradition. >> cuomo pointed out the new york state police set up a task force to find those responsible for these attacks and a reward to find those responsibility, and president trump spoke out about the anti-semitism.
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everybody that i don't have any ties to the russians whatsoever. [ applause ] >> this meeting never happened. >> i wouldn't have remembered it anyway. >> "saturday night live" back last night, finding a lot of work to do -- had lots of headlines from the trump administration -- >> lights like their scripts were written for them by the trump administration. cnn media correspondent, brian stelter is here. >> no donald trump impersonat n impersonation, but putin did
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play a big role, at least the show's impression of putin. let's go back to the bench. here's that clip. >> you have ever been in it? >> no, never. >> you meet so many nice people. like this, this is my best good friend, kellyanne. she ain't got no legs. we're about as close as peas and carrots. she's the best talker you ever heard. they said she can sell stink to a stunk, and they don't let her talk anymore. i miss you, kelly. i always say life is like a box of chocolates. there are a sure lot of browns ones in there. >> all right.
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that's kate mckinnon, by the way, playing jeff sessions. and later in the show, guys, there was a movie trailer, a new movie trailer parody from "snl," this one targeting the gop. take a look. >> it was a country in chaos. >> bomb threats. >> anti-saw met kwreubgz. >> a nation divided. >> absolutely no illegal immigration. >> led by a president with unchecked power. >> mr. trump just spoke to vladimir putin. >> blocked the first attempt. >> until one republican decided enough was enough. the patriot that put country over party, who finally stood up for his nation's founding values, a man by the name of -- >> dbd. >> "snl" having fun this week,
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and cnn cameos in that fake movie trailer also. >> thank you so much. >> thanks. >> don't forget, not only next hour will you see him with us, but you can catch him on reliable sources today here on cnn. breaking the 40-yard dash, but costs him an island in the process. that's next. make sure the germs they bring home don't stick around. use clorox disinfecting products. because no one kills germs better than clorox. the search for relief often leads here.s, today there's drug-free aleve direct therapy. a high intensity tens device that uses technology once only in doctors' offices. for deep penetrating relief at the source.
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ross was wearing nikes, so no island for him. he did not seem too heartbroken, telling reporters i can't swim that well anyway and doesn't have a boat to get to the island. >> all players must stand for the national anthem. the change comes after one soccer player kneeled. north carolina, duke, adding another chapter last night. and grayson allen finding himself in another controversy, and he doesn't draw the foul but appears to throw an elbow, and he will receive a technical foul for that. north carolina legend, michael jordan, was at the game, and he
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announced his football team would be part of the jordan brand going forward, but it was the words at the end of his speech that has everybody talking. >> the ceiling is the roof, let's make it happen. >> so guys, he said the ceiling is the roof. i think he was going for something like the sky is the limit. >> i was going to ask you because i was not sure. >> proof again, words matter. the next hour of your "new day" starts right now. usa! usa! >> the president is accusing his predecessor, barack obama, of tapping the phones at trump tower. >> it would be the biggest political scandal since
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watergate. >> president trump is very frustrated, and nobody has seen him that upset. >> i am the attorney general of the whole of united states. i got to meet the president and everything. >> this meeting never happened. >> i wouldn't have remembered it anyway. good morning to you on a sunday. i am christi paul. look who else got up for us? >> i am martin savidge in for victor blackwell. and sources tell us, trump's frustration is because of a major letdown within the


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