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released a statement saying in part, today i was fired. >> i think this is the first step by president trump. i think he will start to root out obama appointees across the administration. >> his name is jonathan tran, he was walking close to the exsuperior wall of the white house mansion, and he was carrying two cans of mace. >> to seize this opportunity to repeal and replace obamacare once for for all.
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we are counting on kentucky. >> this week the republican party are trying to unite the country by kcreating a health care plan everybody could hate together. >> i am christi paul. >> and i am victor blackwell. the republicans planning to replace the affordable care act. how many millions of people could gain or potentially lose their health care coverage. >> the congressional budget office expected to release the price tag for the gop bill tomorrow, and could release what could be a devastating report. and law makers don't know if there's proof, and the deadline
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set for the committee for any alleged evidence for wiretaps. and then a man facing a federal judge who breached steury and how close he really got to the president. first, we are learning president trump through an assistant tried to call now former u.s. attorney, bough barbara, on thursday, and he was fired yesterday after refusing the justice department's demand for resignation. he notified jeff sessions saying he was not going to talk to president trump because of protocol, and cnn justice reporter laura jarrett walks us through the presidential standoff. >> in a pretty stunning curve of events over the last 24 hours,
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we are learning more about how exactly all of this went down, how the u.s. attorney was fired, and what he was told and by whom. the acting attorney general, dana boente called him and informed him if it was true that he was refusing to resign, the president was then firing him. he came out with a statement on saturday that his deputy would be serving in his place, but the question is, what has changed in the past intervening months? as he says, in november he was told by trump and he was directed to go out in pb tprot of the cameras and say as much, and the question is, what happened now? two of the u.s. attorneys of the 46 that were asked to resign were excluded by trump and were told they did not have to resign, they would be part of
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trump's cabinet, and what is different now? >> let's go to our political anchor there, aerial lewis, and white house correspondent for the washington examiner, sarah westwood, and michael moore, and he knew boupwur raw raw persona. why require the president to fire him? >> well, he is a dedicated prosecutor and has great respect of the department, and he is -- my guess is i may be in the middle of some investigations, and i am not going to go step down and advocate that responsibility and let those investigations come to a stall, and that's probably the reason he would say, look, i am not
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just going to resign. >> he's described as a showman, a big personality. how much of this is about his image, his personality, and he was not going to go without some noise? >> we don't know with a kind of conversations took place behind the scenes. remember, this is a u.s. attorney who was very publicly asked to say onboard in the trump administration. it was a rare moment of bipartisanship during the transition when he was asked to say in the trump administration. it was a move applauded by democrats and republicans alike, and now his firing is creating bipartisanship again, because both democrats and republicans are criticizing the move, and everybody was under the impression that bough raoeu raw
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was going to stay on. did president trump offer him that to stay in the administration, and now it's clear the white house flip flawed, but it's not clear why that took place. >> there was a segment on fox news on friday night -- actually, it was saturday night -- thursday, night, i'm sorry, let me get the day right. and sean hannity suggested there should be a purge of holdovers, and we know these positions are unique, and should we expect to see this in other departments? >> i certainly hope not. if the trump administration wants to make war with the quote, unquote, establishment, with it's own civil servants, it could choose to do so, and one would hope that's not what they are prepared to do. this is a case that has been
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widely reported that it's normal for all 93 or so u.s. attorneys to turn in their resignations and for the president, because he's our presidential appointee, to pick his own team. it's very unusual in the case of after publicly pledging to keep him, they appear to have gone in the other direction. one would hope that was not based on one very biassed commentator's point of view. i think also they will find in other departments there will be equal kind of resistance, and there are lots of stars out there, people who have done omen service in the public good. >> sarah, we know switching gears here the house intelligence committee has asked the white house to hand over evidence to support the president's assuretion a little more than a week old now, that obama wiretapped trump tower
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during the campaign, and is any indication of how the white house will respond? >> we are hearing, and it's not clear, there will be evidence presented to the intelligence committee, and the longer that allegation hangs out there without any kind of supporting evidence that whether a wiretap existed, and even if obama was not involved, no part of that has been substantiated to date, the more trouble it's going to give the white house and it's really in their interest to book up any part of it, and provide any evidence that would give people assurance this was not a flippant comment but rooted with some kind of fact. >> i don't think anybody should lose sight of the gravity the president made last saturday when he accused former president
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obama of wiretapping trump tower. >> and i think it's unprecedented when a incoming president accuses the prior president of wiretapping, and i don't think there's going to be any evidence. there's just no evidence for them to present to the congressional hearing and i don't think we will see it as we move forward. >> assuming we won't see evidence presented tomorrow, what exhausts this so the white house can move on to other topics? we have seen the president dodge questions from reporters, and will the congressional enquiries exhaust this so they can move on, and will the president have to offer a full mea culpa like he did the last time he accused president obama of committing a felony, and let's look back to
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the news conference to which he admitted the president was born here in the u.s. >> president barack obama was born in the united states. period. now we all want to get back to making america strong and great again. >> there was some that expected we would never see or hear that, and will we expect this in this case as well? >> after years and years of fab r -- fabrications of that lie. we never heard from the president, and he said he sent investigators to hawaii. who are those investigators? what did they find? why did he make the whole thing up? i don't think we will go through all of that in this particular case, and now we have a busy country with a lot of issues in front of it, but i think it will
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end up being the same thing, and he will say, let's move o. and the public doesn't move on and this is all about the media, when in fact, this is important from the oval office you are getting complete fab rfabricati and as far as we can tell, it's purely out of the imagination and mind of donald trump. >> thank you all. >> thank you. >> thank you. there's new video surfacing in the controversial shoot are of michael brown, and it's raising questions of what happened hours to the shooting. and that sparked widespread nationwide protest, and this protest went on for months. last night at south by southwest, the documentary
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"stranger fruit" showcased this never seen before surveillance, and it shows him giving a small bag of marijuana to store employees and then receiving the cigarettes in some kind of deal for the marijuana, and they didn't release the video at the time because they didn't believe it was relevant to the investigation, and the video pb was released indicated brown attempted to rob the store of those signal rel kwrauz, remember that? yes, there are still pending cases connected to this, and our panel of experts have a lot to say about that, and that's happening in the next hour here of "new day." we are learning more about the man that is going to be appearing in federal court tomorrow after he jumped the white house fence on friday
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will be arraigned in federal court tomorrow, and he appeared in d.c. court yesterday afternoon, and the secret service officer discovered tran with two cans of mace, a letter for president trump and a copy of one of the president's books. jonathan is a cnn analyst and a former secret service agent for president obama. we are hearing from the brother of the suspect. what is he saying? >> he said his brother had been dealing with difficult things in his personal life, and he had been laid off from a job he had at an electrical engineering company, and he was living out of his car and only eating junk food and in a low place. his family found out by a call from a secret service agent that
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their brother and son had been arrested, and jonathan tran's brother saying his mother was having a very difficult time with the news. according to what we are learning from the court hearing yesterday, it seems as though jonathan tran is dealing with a mental health issue, which would not be much of a surprise. the charge he is facing is a serious one and could lead up to ten years in federal prison if convicted, so he has a lengthy court battle in front of him. >> jonathan, i want to come to you now, and what is interesting here is the wording is interesting, that he was discovered by a secret service agent already on the ground near the south end of the residence, and he jumped the fence and was not detected until he was approached by that secret service agent. what does that tell you about the fact that he just happened upon this man? >> well, what it indicates is
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that there are multiple points of failure here in the security structure at the white house. by the fact that he came in through the northwest courtyard of the treasury building, he had to go over multiple fences to go into the south grounds, and also he circumvented a lot of intrusion alarms on the treasury side and the white house complex side. this is actually very, very disturbing. i think it's important to note, and i think it has been reported that the white house elevated to condition orange, which is one of the highest levels of security, and they did not elevate until after the individual was confronted, and they didn't know he was there until he came across the officer on the south ground, so this entire situation is disturbing. >> first of all, kudos to the
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secret service agent that saw him, and it was midnight and i don't know what the lighting was like, and the north side is vulnerable because we had incidents in 2014, 2015 and 2016 of being able to get something overt wall, and what other security options could be implemented because they have been updated? >> after 2014 after a well-publicized intrusion of the white house, there was security that recommended raising the height of the parameter fencing, and that was back in 2014. we have had multiple breaches of that since then, including what happened the other night. the fencing around the white house absolutely is paramount that gets completed right away because that's the first line of defense of the white house. beyond that, there are a lot of technical tools that could be put into place, and then can you come down into adding more
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manpower to build up the defenses of the white house. >> ryan, real quickly, this gentleman, tran, is going to be in court tomorrow. did he drive from california? we were trying to decipher how he got all the way to washington and will his family -- is there any indication his family is going to come to be here with him as he faces a judge tomorrow? >> we don't know exactly how he got here to washington, d.c., but we know -- according to what his brother told us yesterday, he was living in his car so it would make sense to come across the country, and he thought he was a friend of donald trump, and he said he had information about the russian hack. this is the second time something like this has happened to donald trump, and back during the campaign you may remember a young man attempted to scale trump tower and he was successful in getting high up trump tower, with the same
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intention, he had a message and wanted a meting with the then-candidate of trump, and tran got within 200 feet of his bedroom window, and trump was present at the time. >> we appreciate both of you being here. thank you. >> thank you. >> thank you very much. a florida man tried to set fire to a convenient store because he thought the owners were muslim. the state attorney's office is now deciding whether or not to charge him with a hate crime. the deputies say the owners of the store were of indian dissent, and he told officers he wanted to run the muslims from the country. the store was closed friday morning. it's called an underground railroad, for why nearly 30 congregations are preparing to give them sanctuary. your enamel determines
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republican lawmakers are bracing for some tough news, perhaps, on their replacement plan for obamacare, and tomorrow the gop bill expected to be scored, and it's suspected as many as 10 million people will lose coverage under it. >> and the bill is making its way through congress, and mike pence working to sell the plan to skeptical republicans and republican-led states that were able to insure people under the obamacare plan. >> it's amazing to think about. virtually every promise of obamacare has been broken. we all remember the promises they made back in 2010 when this was signed into law. they told us the cost of health insurance would go down.
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not true. they told us if you liked your doctors you could keep them. not true. they told us if you liked your health plan you could keep it. not true. obamacare has failed the people of kentucky and failed the people of america and obamacare must go. [ applause ] >> let's bring back in the conversation, arrow lewis, and sarah westwood, white house correspondent with the washington examiner. arrow, to you first, not much new in the speech. was this likely enough to sell to the audiences intended what he went to do? >> probably not to the 300,000 kentuckians served, he would have gotten a different reaction if he called it connect, which is the local name for obamacare. what the republicans are going
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to encounter with or without a favorable score from the cbo is millions of people in very poor states, including kentucky, who are covered but did not have the coverage before, and the cost of the care is an issue for some, but not for the poor because they are covered under medicaid anyhow, and if you try to pit those two against each other which is the republican strategy, and it has people healthier and paying more to cover somebody else, and that's what the insurance is about, and we'll see how it works out tomorrow. >> and how much of this was about convincing the skeptical kentuckians, namely the governor, he was making sure the
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governor was in all of the photographs, and keeping him in close. we know a day ago we heard from the governor that was on the side of rand paul that said this was not doing enough? >> it's symbolic that kentucky was the first stop to try and sell this, and rand paul from kentucky has been leading the charge from steering the republicans away from the direction they are going right now, and he was advocating to the conservative ideas that under pinned resistance to obamacare when it was moving through congress years ago, and he said the ultimate goal was to reduce spending and get the cost down and he doesn't want republicans to keep the framework of obamacare intact, which is largely what the republican plan does, and he's one of the most visible critics
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of the obamacare replacement plan, and i think it's symbolic that vice president pence stopped there first. >> the budget office will release the score of the plan, and how much it will cost, and we heard from the white house press secretary, sean spicer, talking about the cbo report, trying to set the stage and expectations. let's offer a reminder to everybody watching. >> look at how off they were last time. if you are looking for the cbo for accuracy, you are looking in the wrong place. they were way, way off last time in how they scored and projected obamacare. >> a suggestion that this will be a number they won't like. >> yeah, well, they are going to politically fight for their plan, and try, i guess, in this case to, strike against somebody
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that might give bad news to the public that doesn't support their position. on the other hand, there are other acronyms to go with cbo, and they include aarp, which is against the plan, and aha, the american hospitals association, against the plan, and they didn't wait for the score. they are the people who are the system. they are within the system and they know the impact this is going to have on patients and hospitals and retirees, and that's who they are going to have to fight against. the cbo was a relatively simple target, and i expect them to line up with all the other organizations and say this is going to throw millions of people out of the health care system, and there's no getting around that. you can't take away the mandates and money and expect to cover as many or more people, and it just doesn't work that way. >> thank you so much. >> thank you. two powerful leaders in congress join jake tapper on "state of the union" today, and
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john mccain sharing his next step to take on the president over russia, and booker challenging the new health care proposal, and that's "state of the union" with jake tapper right here on cnn. wthe former president of south korea left the presidential complex for the final time today, and the court upheld the impeachment of park over alleged corruption and now she is facing charges. >> since then thousands of people filled the streets for rallies, and sometimes they turned violent. three people died, and dozens of others were injured. our new presidential election is set for may 9th. dozens of congregations in portland, oregon, are turning churches into shelters for undocumented immigrants and this is a risky move to try and keep them from being deported, and i had the pleasure of speaking to one of the pastor, and i asked
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why he is taking this step and if he is worried about taking any legal consequences? here's what he said. >> we're in a critical time in this country where 12 million people are living in fear, and these are part of our communities, and these are our church members, and our sisters and brothers and neighbors, and our classmates, and from a faith perspective, you always stand alongside the most vulnerable, and that's how we measure the greatness of the nation. we are not breaking the law, and we are doing something that goes back thousands of years, and our congregation is very diverse, and we are african, native american, asian-american, and latino, middle eastern, and
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lgbtq -- we're a congregation that should step out in faith. >> thanks for that conversation with pastor from the lutheran church. and then trump properties blurring the line between the presidential duties and personal business for some. we will have more details ahead. i wish i could give you different news than this. a blizzard watch for parts of the country this morning, and some areas -- oh, you could see 18 inches of snow. we will tell you where. stay close. telling folks about our heart healthy idaho potatoes, america's favorite potatoes, and donating to local charities along the way. but now it's finally back home where it belongs. aw man. hey, wait up. where you goin'? here we go again.
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placement opportunity from places he was supposed to disance himself from. >> and the white house dodged reporter questions, as recently as yesterday, and secretary of state, rex tillerson s. heading off to asian this week without the press onboard that plane. let's bring in cnn correspondent, and host of "reliable sources." brian stelter. does it blur the line of responsibilities in his new life in this new office? >> it does blur the line, but it's only an ethical and not a legal matter and there's no law that forbids any president from visiting any specific khraeus or any properties this person might own, and george w. bush visited his ranch in crawford, texas, and presidents retreat
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somewhere, and the difference now, of course, is if president trump owns or has a stake in these properties that he owns, and president trump has visited areas that bear the trump name. this weekend that golf club in virginia. sean spicer says they were not golfing but having meetings, and president trump and his top aides had a meeting at that location in virginia yesterday, and it's another example, and people view this, depending on how they view trump, positively or negatively. if you had houses all over the country, that's what you would do, and the negative view is it's trump adding free publicity
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for that location. >> and he was dodging questions that he initiated asserted that the previous president wiretapped trump tower? >> yeah, this was started by president trump's tweet eight days ago, and sometimes president trump uses tweeter to get the media to cover something, and in this case, it seemed to be the opposite and he has not wanted to follow-up or address it in any detail, and the president has turned suddenly press shy, and no interviews in two weeks, and not answering questions when reporters try to get his attention at the photo ops. she he is trying to encourage the congress to focus on the health care bill, and there are reasons why you are not hearing the president's voice all of a
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sudden, because he suddenly turned press shy. >> thank you so much. >> don't forget to watch more of brian stelter this morning on reliab rre "reliable sources." a major winter storm on the way. >> cnn meteorologist, alison chin car. >> from the midwest to the northeast, a blizzard watch. that is after the break. sthaoeufplt and time to get the march madness brackets ready. i have asthma...
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totals. 18 inches of snow in some places. cnn meteorologist, allison chinchar, live in the severe weather center. i am not just wondering how much snow, but how long is it going to last? i feel like i am looking at two different systems behind you. >> you are technically not, and you are looking at energy coming from the same system but it will take several days to do it. it starts today, and overall over 95 million people ovunder some type of weather alert, and it's going to start in the midwest and around bismarck and move into minneapolis and by chicago by the time we get to evening hours tonight. determin
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>> the max they could end up getting, guys, is 20 to 20. when we talk about where that low pressure system goes, sometimes it makes all the difference in the world of 5 to 22 inches of snow. >> you know there are kids go, yeah! this is a good thing! >> and the parents are going, 22 inches of snow? >> allison, thanks.
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>> be safe, because that could get dangerous, no doubt about it. seriously, coming up at the top of the hour, new video in the michael brown case raising questions about the hours before brown was shot and killed by police in ferguson, missouri. remember this? 2014? we will talk with legal experts and take a look at the video. last night full of memorable moments, and we turn to the experts for advice on building the perfect march madness bracket we know you are just trying to figure out. that's coming up on "the bleacher report" coming up next. but you can feel confident in our investment experience around the world. call us or your advisor... t. rowe price. invest with confidence. the more mysterious they sound, the more... powerful you'll think they are. it's time to see what power really looks like.
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it is officially selection sunday, so it's time to get the brackets together. >> if you need inside info, i just let my girls pick. not our forte, but andy scholes is going to help you out to help you get the insight into picking the perfect bracket. >> it's such a celebration, and it just captures everybody's imagination. >> the whole country, it's about college basketball, no politics, nothing else, just college sports, march madness, and there's nothing like it. >> the buzzer beaters, and the s cinderella stories. >> i would just say instead of rating the schools, just do a
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mascot bracket. >> don't try to get a new car out of this one. >> your babysitter's uncle is iona. >> is that a trick question? >> it's a is $20 pool? >> i think if you do more than three, you might have a problem. >> three brackets. >> okay. >> how many brackets should one fill out? >> one. one. at the most. >> your honest bracket of going to the numbers, you should have an upset bracket, and you should have your secret bracket where you kind of wish this may happen. >> i used to be good for about five a year. >> five a year. >> yeah, i would employ different strategies. >> it's called hedging your bet.
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>> can you do five, but if you brag about something because one of your five is winning, stop it, i don't want to hear it. >> you should only feel out one bracket. >> walk me through this moment, what you are hearing. >> my daughter wupent to villanova, and he needs to be careful because he is older and might get hurt jumping around. >> and bad form by charles. >> get in the gym, charles. get in the gym. >> talking smack. >> over a jump. alec baldwin could not resist a return to saturday night lives to take on the president. >> he showed up essentially to save the world from an alien invasion. >> oh, yes, what a beautiful day. who here loves trump? i know this guy over here, he loves trump.
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>> mr. president, what about the aliens? they just vaporized the entire state of california? >> so i won the popular vote? >> sir, please, everybody in california is dead. >> even arnold? >> they're coming! >> actually, the aliens are already here and they have been hiding in this country for millions of years, and they are shape shifters, and look, there is one right there. >> what? i am not an alien. >> yes, she is, and so is the woman next to her, right there. >> oh, okay, no. >> oh, my goodness. never know what they are going to come up with next. more of your "new day" starts right now. former u.s. attorney, preet
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bharara released a statement saying i am fired. >> i think this is the first step for trump. >> his name is jonathan tran and he is 26 years old and from california, and he was walking close to the exterior wall of the white house mansion, and the suspect was carrying two cans of mace, one of which was inside his jacket pocket. >> for us to seize this opportunity to repeal and replace obamacare once and for all, we are counting on kentucky. >> and trying to unite the country by presenting a health care plan that everybody could hate together. came a little early for you this morning, didn't it? >> yes. >> an hour earlier. we are so glad you are with us. i am christi paul. >> set that

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