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good morning. we're so gratedful to have you with us. i'm christi paul. >> i am victor blackwell. good morning to you. the breaking news takes us to ohio right now, and an active manhunt in the search for a person that killed 15 people at a nightclub. >> police tell cnn this shooting happened a short time ago around the cameo nightclub in cincinnati. police officers were on the
scene. the captain described the scene as very chaotic with a possibility of more than one shooter. >> it was a young crowd and we have had incidents in the past, but this is the worst by far. by the time individuals were -- the shots were fired, individuals ran outside, so there was not a lot of people inside the club. i believe there was a large crowd earlier this evening, but just a lot of chaos when the shots went off. >> if anybody was a witness to anything that happened obviously we need you to come forward with anything you have. we are sure there was more than one, but we're not sure if there was more than two at this point. >> she was talking about there was one shooter, but they are not sure if there was more than two shooters.
some of the injured were able to drive themselves to area hospitals, and everybody ran from the club, she says, and they are looking for people that can tell them more about what happened. all of the victim are being treated, and no words on the extent of their injuries. this is a story that is fluid and we will keep you up-to-date and bring you the details as they come to us. this week president trump is ready to put his health care failure in the rear view mirror, and tax rear form, the president got a stinging less in deal making in washington. >> this morning we are learning new details from insiders in the white house and on capitol hill regarding what president trump learned from the health care chaos. athena jones has more from the white house. good morning. >> reporter: if you talk to some
house republicans, they indicate that his sales approach may be lacking in a couple ways. one is the president didn't offer a strong enough rationale for why members should vote yes on this particular piece of legislation, other than the political rational, the idea of giving him a victory in his first 100 days, and perhaps more important was the sense that many members that my colleagues spoke to, that the president didn't grasp the nitty gritty policy details of the legislation. my colleague, dana bash, reported two resources told her with the house freedom caucus ended up killing this bill, and one -- a couple of the members had specific policy concerns, and the president said forget about the little stuff, but he didn't say stuff, he said
another four-letter word that starts with the letter "s." another gop congressional aide said the president didn't care or know about health care and if you are going to be a great negotiator, you have to know about the subject matter. there was also a tense moment in a meeting with moderate house republicans. pennsylvania congressman told the president at that moment in time he was a no on the bill, and he replied, why am i even talking to you. and it seems according to members of the president's own party in the house, he may need to shift a little bit in his sales pitch strategy going forward. >> athena, thank you so much. let's begin the conversation with reporter, steven colin sun, and susan grab free. good morning. >> good morning. you heard from athena, the
report that the president said forget about the little and we know the word that goes there, and tax reform, debt ceiling eventfully, and going to the budget, the knitty-gritty, and the gee tails matter, and can he operate like a chairman of the board here? >> i think the whole situation was a failure not in the art of the no deal that people like to au talk about, but it was the failure of an art of the sale, and bill clinton was very conversed on every detail that helped him with his relationships on capitol hill, and in this situation i think it was a matter of rushing it through and not getting the freedom house caucus on your side, and not talking to the group until way late in the process, and president obama had 13 months or more to get his -- the obamacare through. and in 2010.
and he was crisscrossing the country and had more than 40 events dedicated to selling this to the american public and getting people on his side in key swing districts, and he is always priding himself as the closer, but in washington what matters is not the money behind it, these members are beholdened to their constituents. >> we should not be surprised by this, and i want to talk you back to may in 2016, when paul manafort said he needs an experienced person to do the part of the job he didn't want to do. he sees himself more as the chairman of the board than even a cia let alone the coo. was this strategy of using the president to bring down the
weight on the house members, the wrong strategy, should they have used the vice president. that's what his job was supposed to have been according to what we heard from manafort several months ago. >> he spent a lot of time on capitol hill, and there's no execution in these situations for the persuasion of the bully bull pit. i think it will be interesting to look on the to tax, and that's more complicated than repealing obamacare. and it's a bill that inmates in the white house to start with, and it's borne in the white house. >> if the president doesn't know what he's talking about, and doesn't seem to be curious about
it, and you know he doesn't know what he's talking about, how persuasive is he then? >> that's a good question. if you listen to the president talk about his real estate dealings in the past, and it's clear that he is a much more persuasive influence, because he knows what he is talking about, but there's another point that perhaps the president and his team need to rethink his approach to governing. right now the president has not done a lot to reach out to the people in his coalition, and that has brought his approval rating down to 40% or lower. in that possession the influence the president has has eroded and he's not as persuaded as he has been if he was up to 58%. the political equation is very important. >> and steve bannon just talked
about the coalition. and many of these people represent districts where trump did very well, and what is the lesson here? >> you need to let it play out longer than 64 days. the members of congress like to have regular order and they like to have hearings and have their voice heard. in the defense authorization process, you have amendments and they are allowed on the floor, and people, if they fail, that's the political reality of the situation. this is sausage-making, and it takes a long time, and you go to districts and talk about what they want to get them onboard on a bill that they necessarily not want to support. but you do have the house freedom caucus, and they want to show they are pure and conservative and they are
beholden to their constituents, and if they wrote the bill themselves, they may not get to yes. but in 2013, when they shut down the government, they need to show they are conservative and they want to take a stand and after they do so they are more likely to come onboard if they are involved in the process. >> we saw a little bit of that looking ahead into the next two cites, and we want to look ahead to the con srfirmation of gorsu and others. bernie sanders is on state of the unions this morning in just a few hours. meanwhile the u.s. military investigating where coalition air strikes killed hundreds of iraqi civilians in mosul. that's ahead. and senator lindsay graham taking heat, and angry
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strikes killed civilians. >> there was some areas where homes were completely destroyed in rubble, and we had to pick our way through and we could see parts of people still stuck under the rubble, and there were some people wrapped in blankets, and the most that they retrieved they put in body bags, and they unzipped some of those because they wanted to show us some victims were women and children, and at least one pregnant woman and babies as well. >> let's bring in cnn international correspondent, nick payton walsh. what are you learning about the strikes in. >> reporter: it's a complicated situation, and we are talking about deaths that undisputed you
that happened in the pitch dark. let's deal with what we do know. the pentagon accepts they are looking at allegations connected to 300 deaths between the 16th and 23rd of march, in iraq and syria. in iraq we know from local officials that in recent strikes in the last three or four days, the 22nd to the 23rd, a local official is saying at least 200 people died, and one getting the most ae tttention is on the 17tf march, and the pentagon did occur in a location that responds to where the casualties are emerging from. where the iraqi military is saying they didn't have any evidence of an air strike
hitting the ground, and the iraqi military is saying what occurred is dozen of scivilians were herded into the house by isis, and that house was booby trapped and they say 61 people lost their live and putting the blame for it at the square at isis, and that's still to be determined if a number of casualties were caused by an air strike, and there was a air strike in the vicinity, and this is troubling because civilian casualties change the mind of populations, you need locals to be on your side if you are going to kick isis out, and that doesn't happen if your air strikes are killing their
daughters, sons and parents. it's a very intense situation now at the worst stage of kicking isis out of iraq. >> nic payton walsh. and colonel francona, thank you for being with us and your reaction to what we just heard? >> i think we are starting to get more and more facts of people on the ground of what happened. the pentagon admits there was air strikes in that area, and now the iraqis are saying they are not sure air strikes are responsible for this particular incident. that said there are civilian casualties. it may not matter exactly how they were inflicted, but the fact that a lot of civilians are dying in the fighting is raising the bar for the iraqi government. they have to convince the people they are there to liberate them. we have always had distrust from
the people of mosul, and the iraqis have had to tread lightly. if the pentagon was responsible, they will take responsibility for it and that investigation is ongoing. that said, again, when you are fighting in an urban warfare, this is the hardest thing to do, and if you are dropping ordinance of any kind, there are going to be civilian casualties, and you cannot conduct these operations otherwise. >> the pictures are so difficult to look at and to understand for these people that are there. what about the possibility of human shields. we heard nick payton walsh saying he heard isis herded 61 people into one home. >> and yeah, reporters said they were lucky to escape, and they
round up people and use the people as targets, and hoping that will prevent them from being attacked. the iraqis are very aggressive and attacking the buildings and unfortunately the civilians in the buildings pay the price. you have to remember, ultimately isis is responsible for this. the iraqis are doing what they can, and the u.s.-led coalition does what it can to minimize casualties, and minimize is the word here. you cannot go in and expect zero casualties, and that's unrealistic. >> and senator graham said he hopes people will stay in iraq. >> so i hope that president trump will leave some troops in iraq once mosul falls to protect us here and make sure we don't have to hradeal with isil this
second time around, and let me say this about the war on terror. every soldier is an insurance policy against our homeland being affective. i have never been more worried about a threat to the homeland than i am today. >> do you share his angst about the threat to the homeland? >> i do. if we pull everybody out of iraq we may see the same thing as we did in 2013 and 2014. once isis is gone, there will still be one group in iraq that arises among the sunnis that feel they are not represented in baghdad. we have an election coming up in baghdad and who takes over the government in august and september makes a big difference on our policy there. if we are worried about the future of iraq, and once isis is
gone, iraq is still not out of the woods and it's what is after isis, and will they be able to put themselves back together. >> lieutenant colonel, so grateful for your respective. thank you for being here. and new from afghanistan, more than 50 people were killed in the islamabad hotel attack c including two u.s. service members, if you will remember. and then a massive manhunt in northern mexico after 29 inmates dug a 40-yard tunnel to escape prison. they built the tunnel in a hidden part of the prison that they controlled and one of the inmates hijacked the car and killed the driver in order to get away, we are told, and following the astaeup taescape,
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officers were on the scene acting as security at the club before the shooting happened and they were there as it happened and they responded because they were so close. the captain described the scene as very chaotic with a possibility of more than one shooter but no more than two. >> the authorities say some of the injured were able to drive themselves to area hospitals, and cnn is told all of the victims are being treated. this is a story that is constantly updating for us this morning, so we will keep you informed as we get more word throughout the morning. vice president pence said they are going back to the drawing board. the trump administration turning to taxes after the failed obamacare. >> and congress was not ready to roll back the obamacare. vice president pence said he was grateful to house speaker, paul
ryan, for his efforts. two dark storm clouds loom over the trump administration, the fbi investigation into russia's meddling in the election, and possible ties to trump associates and the failed replacement of obamacare. >> lindsay graham had angry people. >> here's what i think about health care, obamacare is a disaster -- >> more than a few boos, and he spoke at town hall and said politics should not muddy the waters. >> senator lindsay graham came here and listened to constituents and also fired back, and there was a moment during the town hall in which a woman near the front row accused
senator graham and some of his fellow republicans of obstructing the investigation between the ties between russia and trump. >> i think that's a bunch of garbage when it comes to me. i don't think i have obstructed anything and i have been more than on the case when it comes to russia, i think i have stood up for the idea that i am not going to sit on the sidelines and watch the russians try to undermine our democracy. but i'm not going to -- so i don't agree with you. >> russia dominating the conversation yesterday, and so did the latest attempt to repeal obamacare, and many of the constituents here in south carolina, they were saying they were relieved this law will remain in place until lawmakers can come up with a better solution that we heard from senator graham yesterday saying they likely won't be taking that
issue up again and possibly moving next to tax reform. >> thank you so much. >> jack kingston is joining us this morning. good morning to you. i want to play one more bit of the town hall yesterday from senator graham. let's watch. >> i don't think one party is going to be able to fix this by themselves. here's what i think should happen next. i think the president should reach out to democrats. i should reach out to democrats. and we should say let's take a shot at doing this together because it ain't working it doing it by ourselves. >> that's the senator talk about obamacare. i want to talk separately about what they want to do or at least what he says he wants to do and how it's going to be done, and one word, fix. is that what is next? fixing obamacare and they are done potentially with repeal? >> i don't know if we are there yet, but if they can't repeal
and replace they have to fix it, and it's not sustainable as it is, and bernie sanders said the premiums and deductibles are too high. we have to go back into it, and that's one thing democrats and republicans would agree o. get the premiums down and the deductibles down, and make sure you have health care choices for all, and it's not like the senate can't start working on this thing. there are a lot of fingers being pointed to the house, but every senator ran on repeal and replace as well, so they can introduce their bill this week if that's what they want. >> yeah, we look back to 2009, and the building of obamacare there was senate legislation, and house legislation, both moving through. let's move on to what we are learning from the negotiations over the attempt to repeal and replace. president trump said he was disappointed by the conservative freedom caucus, and a senior white house official says this, i think the freedom caucus made
a mistake in the end. this is a president that wanted to work with them and he is dismissive of them now. should the president, representatives are in district that he did very well discount the conservatives and work with the moderates? >> everybody is an independent contractor, and who is against you one week might be with you the next week, and they all have their own constituencies and empires if you will, so you will not cower them into submission, and just because somebody was your enemy one week doesn't mean they will be the next week. and the freedom caucus was not included in the process early enough, and particularly on the
house leadership side they feel like they should have been at the table earlier. >> and yeah, not just on policy but on the approach, and it appears that we are hearing from the speaker, from the president and vice president that there is no consensus on what is going on happen next. i want you to listen to paul ryan, president trump and vice president pence. >> we are going to be living with obamacare for the foreseeable future. >> i think we have to let obamacare go it's way for a little while and we will see how it goes. >> we will end the obamacare nightmare and give the american people the world class health care they deserve. until then i can promise you, president trump is never going to stop fighting to keep his promises to the american people, and we will make america great again. >> so is this administration going to let it run for a while or is he going to keep fighting to repeal it? >> they are going to have to do both. they are going to have to let it
run for a while, and i hope paul ryan will get the moderates and the conservative republicans in a room and say you guys have got to work something out, and at the same time, get somebody to sit down with the republicans and start having peace break out all over the house floor. that might be a good thing. seems to me you can get something done that way. i believe one of the problems with obamacare is it was an entire democratic bill, and in order to replace it, lindsay graham has a point, if can you get democrats and republicans to go, you can do something for the american people >> we will talk next hour. we are continuing to follow the active search in cincinnati, ohio. at least one gunman and possibly two has not 15 people at a nightclub there, and one person
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40 minutes past the hour, and right now dozens of demonstrations are beginning across russia to protest against corruption. the kremlin calling the rallies illegal. a russian opposition leader who called for the demonstration said the turn out at the far east started fine. he's a candidate for next year's presidential election, and running against vladimir putin, and we have a reporter live from moscow right now. fred, we can see activity from behind you. how large are the rallies expected to be and how expansive? >> well, the protesters themselves said they will be protests in 100 towns across russia today, and there have been crackdowns as well. you can see there's not many
protesters and they are far out numbered by the security forces here. the russian authorities said this protest is illegal because they felt they couldn't guarantee the safety of the people that came here, however this place is packed with the security forces and you have the police, and riot police, and plain closed police and police with dogs, and we have seen well over 1,000 authorities here on the ground, and we have seen a couple arrests take place already, and the protesters are saying the protests have started early this morning, and they are spreading across the country and so far they say things are going good, and this is the main event where the main protesters, alexy avowaly, and they have this is
something they organized. >> the support he seems to be getting, what does that say about the upcoming election to you? >> reporter: he wants to run in the election against vladimir putin, but there's little who says he has a chance, and vladimir putin as an 80% approval writing here, and on top of that, alexy is not allow to run because he has a corruption case against him and he is currently in the appeals process, and he will have to see what happens in the appeals process if he is going to run, and he's seen as somewhat of a threat in the kremlin and that's one of the reasons why the main protest in the center of
miscellaneo has been said as being illegal. >> part of the conversation there, too, is these eight russians who are holding key positions in the country that have died in the last few months. you have heard anything about that? >> reporter: no, we have not heard a lot about that, and all of that really quickly spiraled into a stand off between moscow and kiev, and the russians say they want to be part of the investigation to guarantee the investigation is conducted in a way that they deem fair, so that standoff is still going on. it's interesting, because that investigation is actually just now really getting under way to try and find out who killed him
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giving you an update on this ackman hunt in russia, and possibly two gunmen shot 15 people at a nightclub and police confirmed one person has died already. >> and officers were on scene acting as security for the club, and so they were there at the shooting ats shooting happened. they are not sure if there was more than two shooters. >> some of the victims have critical injuries, and eight victims are in stable condition and three in serious and one in critical condition this hour. we will give you more information as it continues to come into us this morning. meanwhile, this sunday, cnn's original series "finding jesus" takes a look at king
harrod the great. >> he was known for killing off his own family members when his own power was threatened. here's a peek at the episode. >> in the bible, king harrod is known as king of evil. >> we know it from christmas plays and schools and how it's told in church, so he is very much the product of the christian imagination rather than the totality of who he was. >> but to understand the man behind the legend, we need to look at the writings of a historian, joe saefious. >> he writes several histories, both of the jewish people and also of the great jewish war, and within the histories of the jewish people, harrod seems
prominent attention. >> he tells us the details of the his political disasters and so on. >> it's described in detail the journey to king. >> watch "finding jesus" tonight at 9:00 p.m. eastern right here on cnn. we all know melissa mccarthy's immigration of sean spicer. >> she stopped by the ellen degeneres show to talk about how her famous parody came to be. >> she said i heard you were in new york, and do you have any interests of coming in and doing spicer for us, and how am i going to do that?
>> you mess with your ears and it really changes the shape of your head, and i was like, can i have eye bags, and the answer was yes. >> first of all i would like to announce that i am calm now. you don't have a chance. >> oh, my goodness. that was the first thing i thought of is how did they connect her to him, because i don't know that i would want to look like a man necessarily. >> it's a transformation -- >> no offense. >> i don't take any offense -- no offense taken. you don't look at melissa mccarthy and say, sean spicer. >> exactly. that's what i am talking about. >> half of the final four is set, and we have who is headed to phoenix. >> the center of the hoops
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oregon ducks were not known as the ducks but the webbed foot. and i think the ducks sounds better. the players are overjoyed to be headed to the final four. the mascot, he was celebrating by making duck angels on the confetti that fell on the floor. and they also had phil knight have a turn in cutting down the net. and the police department took to twitter and trolled the basketball team. the cops tweeted, at least we have a lot of experience dealing with fans after a big loss. #drivesober.
and cgonzaga is heading to the final four. they were running away with it late, and the only thing that could slow them down was the ball girl mopping the floor, and he had to slow down or he could have dunked on her. and the head coach has had the bulldogs in the tournament for 19 straight years, and he's happy his team finally gate to cut down the net. >> it has been a long hard jersey to get this program here. we have had a great ride all the way through it, and i am just so happy for these guys up here, and everybody in the locker room and all the former players that put the zag jersey on, and could not be happier. >> we got day games. battling it for the third time
in season, and then the winner moves on to face gonzaga. and kentucky and north carolina, and that's at 5:00, and victor, you are the only one sitting here clapping because you have gonzaga to win it all. >> let's go. >> thank you, andy. >> thank you. we have breaking news to talk to you about. >> we start at the top of the hour right now. breaking news this morning, here is the scene of the cameo nightclub in ohio where police are actively searching for at least two people after 15 were shot at a nightclub. they confirm one person is dead, and authorities say some of the folks who were injured were able to drive themselves to area hospitals. >>