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♪ ♪ >> are there tapes or more fall out after president trump ieluds to recorded conversation. could it be on the way from attorney general jeff sessions. >> the prime minister of the united kingdom, they'll be hanging by a thread, theresa may shuffles her cabinet as she fights to stay in power. we'll have the story. >> it's been one year since the deadlyiest mass shooting in u.s. history, how they'll remember the 49 victims. >> we're live from world headquarter welcome to our
viewers here to united states and around the world. >> thanks for joining us. this is cnn ne"cnn newsroom." u.s. attorney general jeff sessions has offered to testify before the senate intelligence committee tuesday. >> sessions is skipping a different hearing on the justice department's budget, he said that he offered to resign over tensions with the president, donald trump about his decision to recuse himself. >> session's appearance haven't been worked out just yet. >> hi, there, it's going to be up to the senate intelligence committee to decide whether to allow to testify on tuesday and whether to have that session be open to the public or closed to the public, according to reporting by my colleague, this
request by sessions to testify caught the committee by surprise. that's why we haven't gotten immediate definitive answers about their plan. we also know from the reporting that there are some on the committee who are concerned that sessions may be trying to avoid testifying publicly. among those concerned is the vice chairman of the committee, the top democrat, senator mark warner of virginia. another democrat on the committee is concerned about this widen. he has sent a letter to the chairman and vice chairman of the committee asking that any session with sessions be open to the public and, of course, we know that there are a lot of questions that congressional investigators have for the attorney general when they do get a chance to question him among them -- in the firing of comey of james comey as fbi director. we know that comey said he believes he was fired because of his handling of the russia investigation and, of course,
sessions was suppose to have recused himself from the russia investigation. that is just one of many questions we expect congressional investigators to have for the attorney general, but the main question right now is when he'll testify and whether we'll be able to watch it. back to you. >> thank you. the u.s. president still lashing out at the former fbi director james comey for his senate testimony. he's lashing out on twitter. "i believe the james comey leaks will be far more prevalent than anyone ever thought possible, totally illegal? very cowardly!" he says. >> he testified he leaked memos of his conversations with the president hoping it would trigger the appointment of a special prosecutor in the russia probe, at least one republican should focus his attention elsewhere. >> you may be the first president in history to go down because you can't stop inappropriately talking about an
investigation that if you just were quiet would clear you. my advice every time you're talking about jim comey and not the american people and their desires and their hopes and their dreams, you're making a mistake. >> to talk more about the political week ahead is ellis, he's a political analyst and the arthur author of the trump's american column. the attorney general plans to testify before the senate intelligence committee. but the big question now will it be private or public regardless, he'll face some serious questions about whether there might have been a third encounter with russian officials an encounter he didn't disclose, how serious is this for jeff sessions. >> serious. he had a rough week last week, reports of disputes with the president, james comey, and darkly about other connections that the attorney general may have with the probe of russian hacking of last year's election,
and you're right, now was some fresh hits about yet another meeting with this russian ambassador that may be the ag had forgotten to mention. so rough, tough last week and maybe a rougher this one. >> through james comey's testimony last week, it became clear, these questions about whether jeff sessions is able to stand up to his boss, according to comey's testimony. >> well, it is true. you know, that's a lot on that, trump camp calling comey a coward, others wondering where the sessions had the gupmp shun to stand oup to donald trump. he was the first senator to be in favor of donald trump during the election. he seemed to be leading the charge for tough immigration laws, but boy that has sure evaporated amid all the talk of russia. >> you mentioned the branding from president, he took to
twitter. branding comey as cowardly over the weekend, millions will watch this testimony of james comey and what are the optics, is the question to you. what are the optics if it comes to simple he said she said between the president and former fbi director and who do believe. >> well, i've got to tell you. i mean, the evidence shows that comey, despite some controversial aspects of some of his decisions, is a man struck most people having a fairmont of integrity. the president, you know, that's a bit of a more complicated question. i think if it's monoy mono between the two of them, comey may come out on top. >> there's conclusion between trump administration team. there's also the investigation into whether the president himself obstructed justice, so several different angles that are going through here, but as we see, jeff sessions stepped
into testify here, what are the big takeaways. what are you looking for? >> well, i mean, you want to hear his answers to the questions about his contacts with the russian ambassador. you want to know about the details of his interaction with the president and you want to know, did he see anything or pick up any vibes about the president trying to end this investigation of general flynn and others who may have been colluding with the russians. sessions was in a position to know about a lot of that stuff, boy, it sure would be nice to know what's going on in his head. the last question to you here, the president has been very coy about whether or not tapes exist, whether he would have recorded some of the conversations that he had in the oval office, understand now that members of the house intelligence committee, they want those tapes, if they do exist. so if they do exist, how big of
a problem could this be for the 45th president or could this, in fact, help him? >> everybody wants them. not just the congressman, the special counsel wants them, i sure would like to get my ears around those tapes. to me, what's interesting is not only the potential comey conversations if the tapes exist, but what else was taped. wouldn't you love to hear a second by second report of what's going on inside all of these conversations with the new pedestrian. i'll tell you a lot of people, they'll be very revealing if they exist, big emphasis on exist. >> tapes don't work out so well, so obviously we'll have to see if they exist and do these either help or hurt the president. ellis, it's good to have you with us. >> good seeing you. well, president trump could soon face new legal troubles. the attorney's general for
maryland and the district of columbia say they'll announce a lawsuit against the president on monday. >> according to the washington post, they claim he accepted millions of dollars in payments and benefits from foreign governments through his businesses after taking office, that will violate anticorruption clauses in the constitution. >> the president said in january, he would turn over management of his business assets to his sons to avoid possible conflicts of interest. the british prime minister's office said there has been no change to the invitation from queen elizabeth to u.s. president donald trump. the guardian reported he was planning to delay a state visit to the uk. the white house also denies report, it claims mr. trump was uneasy over his perceived unpopularity in britain. >> opposition leader, jeremy corbyn had this to say on twitter, cancellation of president trump's statement visit is welcomed, especially
after his attack on london's mayor and withdrawal from paris climate. >> president trump made a visit to new jersey golf club over the weekend. he even dropped in on a couple's wedding. >> look, donald. [ applause ] >> president, looking good, baby. >> the crowd there didn't seem to mind, but this is the same golf club that was in the spotlight recently after "new york times" reported it was advertising possible presidential wedding appearance in sales brochures. club spokeswoman said the brochure has been discontinued. british prime minister theresa may is fighting to stay in power after the snap election fired back. why top sfishl said she's a dead woman walking.
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the british prime minister theresa may is fighting to stay in power at the snap election that backfired on her last week. ms. may made a few changes to her cabinet and now she'll try to reassure party members who are furious. they're so angry they lost their majority in parliament. >> the prime minister is negotiating with northern ireland's democratic unionist party to former working majority. critics are calling on mrs. may to resign. she said she is pressing on with the job and plans to serve a full term. >> there's a job to be done and i think what the public want is to ensure that the government is getting on with that job. i've pointed appointed cabinet members today. i'll be meeting with my cabinet tomorrow. on tuesday i'll be going to france for meetings. these are important in getting on with our preparations for
brexit negotiations but also dealing with the challenges that people see in their every day lives. >> some speculated johnson was expected to challenge as leader of the conservative party. he said he fully backs the prime minister. >> following this, lieberman is live outside number ten, good to have you with us. look, we've soon a cabinet shuffle, we've seen theresa may close advisers resign after humiliating as disastrous election campaign. will these changes be enough for her to gain support of members of her own party felt that she wasn't listening to them in the first place. >> well, it seems in the short term, at least the very short term, it will be enough to keep her in power, that's because one of her chief rivals, as you pointed out, johnson said he'll not seek to replace her and that at least is vote of confidence for her. that means she'll be here for the next few weeks, the question is how much beyond that.
that's because of the disastrous results of the election and her forced to seek a very small party, many here are predicting earlier elections, the elections sooner rather than later, that includes labor leader who spoke at the bbc andrew mark. >> i think it's quite possible, and quite possible to win an election later this year or early next year. that might be a good thing. we have a program. we have support when they're ready to fight another election campaign as soon as may be, because we want to be able to serve the people of this country. >> the problem now is that may has to balance a number of competing interest within her own party to remain in party, to continue to govern comes at critical time for her with brexit negotiations only one week away. she may have to soften her hard brexit approach.
to shift that approach to remain where she is and to keep governing for now. it seems she has that support, for how much longer, george, that right now is the key question. >> well, let's go right into that question or because again we're days away from these brexit negotiations. the reason we understand for the press association is set to finalize, we have a meeting and finalize an agreement, confidence and supply agreement with the dup, here is the question. will it be theresa may at the table? >> it may very well be prime minister may at that table negotiating with the dop to make this work. doesn't look like it will be coalition formation but support. the problem is the support of the democratic union introduces a number of awkward positions and awkward pressures. the antigay and antiabortion, it's made some of the liberals uncomfortable. on top of that. there are power sharing negotiations between republicans
and the unionist in northern ireland. it was the uk that was impartial, agreeing with the union makes that no longer. >> that would be the question, obviously, an alliance and any sort of alliance would have broader implications throughout northern ireland, lieberman live outside number ten, thank you for the reporting, we'll stay in touch. joining me now to talk more about this is james, he's the washington correspondent for the economist. thank you so much for being with us. theresa may has completed a shuffle, but her rival journey called the labor party seems to think there will be another election and just how tenuous is this and do you think he's right? >> well, he is extraordinarily -- it's not clear that he's nailed down an agreement with the dup and
unionist party to support important tour elections in the house of common, that's her ambition, if we have to see that punitive agreement nailed down yet. also, the same time, great resting within the conservative party. it's lots extremely unhappy for costing the majority government for humiliating the party, for reopening the wounds of -- and now, furious on the eve of the country and getting the negotiation. >> prime minister may, is negotiating with no violence in the party. how likely is it that this will keep a conservative's in power, do you think?
>> i think the negotiations strung out, will be prepared to give some sort of commitment according to legislation, what they do in the bargaining and they could get it expect, i think shiny new roads. and such is the cover of british democracy right now. now more than ever, on the eve of this extraordinarily important negotiation to lead the european union. >> i want to talk about that, minister may says her government plans to focus on social issues and delivering success for brexit. it's going to be difficult and rocky road. what are some of the major challenges that face her now, particularly. >> deciding what she gets it asked for. this assumes, of course, she can remain the prime minister by being certain.
the general election that she called was -- the to support the hard line that she had outlined whereby the absolutely priority to control immigration and the britain were going to be hard headed about, therefore theresa may was committed to leaving the customs union, single mom market. which given the importance that she has this issue immigration. it remains to be seen how hard we continue to push that. certainly we see right now, other voices within the government, asserting themselves
and saying this will not do. you don't have a mandate to push this absolutist view of brexit. they don't realize the economy that would come. or any of brexit to discuss within the government or within the party to, perhaps, reassert the importance of the economy over rather narrower issue of controlling the borders which was very much the own position on this. >> very quickly, if theresa may doesn't survive, what's plan b, who is standing right behind her ready to step in. >> if she doesn't survive, it's because she brought down by the party. that assumes that she sticks together the agreement with the
democratic unionist party of northern ireland. assume she can stitch together such an agreement and yet she's brought down. it's because there was a leadership challenge. >> the man would rally around just now. there's a bit of alternatives. so i think that ensure, who that would be, would be very much determined by the terms of the brexit negotiation of the party, swung behind whether this may vision, this hard line vision, to get control over our borders and down the cost, or the run of the more pragmatic ambition for brexit, which is outlined by such figures, we must do the
minimum damage to get away, after all voters told us they wanted last year. it is so dramatic. it's with such enormous tradition. such consequence only down in the next five years but in the latter, over the next decade. things are working out on the fly, which doesn't have a majority for its government and dagger with its own leader. >> james, thank you so much for joining us. we'll appreciate and watch very closely to see what happens. >> cutting up all diplomatic relations, arrived on sunday, also clinching a day. >> the blockade has led many to
stock up. meantime the government has hired former u.s. attorney general john ash kroft to handle its response in this diplomatic show down. the crisis started about a week ago, the saudi arabia, the uae accused qatar of sponsoring terrorism. >> all the while the allegations are denied and over the weekend asked for open dialogue to resolve the conflict. here is a closer look at this. >> reporter: the worst diplomatic crisis in decades hit after years of simmering tensions, saudi arabia and the united arab em -- emirates joined the tie. the reason, let's cut the destabilizing impact on the region through its support of terrorist organizations. >> what's ever been thrown as accusation is based on misinformation. >> rejected the accusations face
less and unjustified. it is the victim of coordinated campaign of misinformation and the crisis being triggered by a hack of its state news agency last month. quotes attributed to this country's leader appeared on the agency's web site on may 24th, tracing iran and kritizing icri. confirmed the hack and fbi team was spent to investigate. some also believe that the visit may have been the real catalyst of this crisis involved in countries like the uae and saudi arabia to use his call for funding as pretext to southern regional sports. president trump in a series of tweets on tuesday, not shying away from taking credit for the isolation of one of america's key allies. he's home to the air base, an important stating area for the fight against isis and where more than 11,000 u.s. troops are
based. throughout the past week, diplomatic efforts led by kuwait are underway to solve the crisis. this weekend, foreign minister meeting his russian counterpart in moscow. this as the u.s. continue to send mixed messages. >> we call on the kingdom of the saudi arabia. to ease the blockade. there are humanitarian consequences. >> just a short time, the president yet again singling out. >> the nation of qatar, unfortunately, has historically been a thunder of terrorism at a very high level. so we had a decision to make, do we take the easy road or do we finally take a hard but necessary action? we have to stop the funding of terrorism. >> backed into a corner with mounting questions from its
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of course all around the world, you're watching "cnn newsroom." i'm rosemary church. >> i'm george howell. the prime minister of the united kingdom, he's expected to seek report from members of the own party that they lost majority in the parliament. theresa may has made a few changes to the cabinet. she's still negotiating a deal with democratic unionist party to support her government. >> they believe they've killed the leaders of an isis-linked group. they say there are strong indications that brothers were killed in a gun fight. troops have been fighting for three weeks to retake the city from militants.
first lady of the united states, milania trump no longer living in new york. on sunday she tweeted, she's looking forward to the memories we'll make in our new home as trump began to previously living in new york so her son barron could finish up the school year there. >> we have more now on our top story, u.s. attorney general jeff sessions is offering to testify before the senate intelligence committee on tuesday. it hasn't been decided whether that meeting will be opened or closed to the public. >> the meantime, the president is still
reacting to former fbi director's testimony last week. he went to twitter. i believe james comey's leaks will be far more prevalent than anyone ever thought possible, totally illegal? very cowardly, he says. >> does the debate rages over the fall out from comey's testimony before congress, we wanted to take the voters
elsewhere in the country. >> the question is what did they think of the hearings and comey's accusations that the president is a liar? >> from the state of ohio, a state that mr. trump won. >> first thing i want to ask you, it is a crime to testify before congress to lie, that's perjury. raise your hand if you believe james comey lied at all? four of you believe he lied. >> yep. >> raise your hand. he said that donald trump "told lies plain and simple" raise your hand if you believe donald trump has lied about the situation. none of you believe that. if neither person lied, how could that be possible, they told different things who didn't raise their hands. why do you think that nobody lied, how could that have happened? >> first of all things can be distorted and appear like lies. and i think, maybe, the media might have been distorted some
things and -- >> the media. >> now, we're not getting both sides. >> you raised your hand. you think mr. comey should go to jail? >> i think that my impression of comey, he was l.a. mess kind of guy, especially with his testimony today, he's more like where he wants to be the next novelist. a lot of things he came up with, seems like he's more inclined to fix them. >> he said he was in a room with president trump. he told his attorney general and his son to get out. he said president trump he hoped he would let it go regarding the flynn investigation. my question for you, that means he didn't order him. but if your superior, your boss, they hope you do something, isn't that imperative ha you do it or does that necessarily imperative. >> he's been ma anybody lated by the clintons, too, when clinton
told them to overlooking the meeting. >> hillary clinton is not present. let's talk about this situation. when he's told -- >> so you don't think that comey is telling the truth about that? >> right. >> what do you think? >> i think mr. comey should have said something at that time. >> should have said something to who, mr. trump? >> what should she should have said, i cannot do that. i have to go on with the investigation, et cetera. we have to do it. he did not do it. i was never asked why i didn't think he was being truthful. he didn't adequately explain why you couldn't tell trump this is inappropriate. he continued on with that. he couldn't have adequately explained that, i feel like the whole thing was wrapped around his finger. >> he believes he was fired because of the russia investigation, he said he fired him because of russia?
is there a problem with that. >> i don't have problem with that. first of all, mr. trump represents united states of america, president trump is our president and he sets a standard for everything. >> let me say, he commented that he liked the job that mr. comey was doichk. >> i think you try to be uplifting and encouraging to your employees -- but also he sent him several opportunities to be forthright and honest with him and mr. comey kind of dropped the ball on that. >> but a show of hands, how many of you feel better about donald trump your president after this series. >> i've always -- >> how many of you feel worse? i guess y'all are raising your hands for donald trump. >> for donald trump, not comey. >> it's interesting, though, rosemary to hear the
differences. that's certainly a solid trump country. you hear people who are in the corner of the president. another group of people, are more critical of the president, interesting to hear how different they are. >> and how people have changed when they voted for trump. >> absolutely. >> we will keep watching this and seeing how people's views did. french president, emanuel is set for a huge victory in france parliament. >> we're suppose to go on sunday. it receives 32% of the vote. now get more than 400 seats in the lower house. i know 577. christopher comes for the rival in this year's race didn't do as well. lapen led voting but her national front is protecting to give fewer than ten seats shechl's urged supporters to turn out the second round of voting next sunday. still ahead here on newsroom
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military. the military says that's not true and they're following the law. human rights group say at least 32 soldiers have been charged since march when a video was posted showing two male soldiers having sex, sparking a military investigation. ho moe sexuality is not illegal. ho mo sexuality is illegal in the military. it's part of the system. this soldier we'll call sergeant a has been charged for having sexual relations off base with a soldier from a different unit. he says he was interrogated by military investigators, some of the questions too sexually explicit to repeat on air. >> >> translator: the atmosphere was very oppressive, he says, very humiliating. i was scared. they told me they have to give up my phone when i copied the data. when i asked what happened, they said my unit will find i'm gay.
they say the south korean government has been slow to protect the equal rights of lgbti people in society at large, calling this military investigation calling it a by gotted hut. i thought it was my responsibility to serve in the military, sexual orientation has nothing to do with that. the military and defense ministry declined our request for interview referring us to a statement, to keep the military community and given the special sanction, sexual relations with same sex soldiers is being punished as disgraceful conduct under military law. head of the military human rights center for korea, accuses them of using gay dating apps. he says the military punishing is med evil. why is the military not punishing illegal action between
why are punishing consensual activiti activities. >> one has been convicted given a six-month prison system for violating the code, the sergeant's a, is asking whether or not it would be better for the south korean military to focus an an actual threat like north korea rather than a perceived threat within its own right. paula hancocks. june is gay pride month and people around the world are celebrating in the united states there were dozens of marches, including the one you see here. where if you have pride in washington. >> buildings around the world, also lit up in solidarity. decked out in the colors of the rainbow. the building also has a similar display and the u.s. consulate in moom bum buy is embracing. >> this next story played out
during these hours in orlando, florida, that city displayed very different reason, monday it marks one year. it's the first nightclub marking her. >> 49 years, we both were killed when gunman opened fire, dozens of people were wounded. cities around the world are expected to pay tribute. pulse will open its doors to honor victims and their families. florida's governor rick scott declared monday pulse remembrance day. switching now to weather of rapidly developing tropical storms, threatening hong kong with strong wind and rain of meteorologist follow. hello, george rosemary, this is on top what's been a week of flooding, landslides and mud slides across southeastern china. take a look at the video, you can see what they've contended with over the past few days.
it's almost the calm before the storm. this is an image taken a few hours ago by one of the viewers. you can see some of the cumulus clouds in the distance, well everything is fine, right. unfortunately not, we anticipate the winds to pick up and winds to pick up and it will be vather uncomfortable. we have the annual -- that are brought us the flooding over the past 48 hours, but also, now, we have this rapidly developing tropical storm in the south china sea, that will make land fall, again, within the next ten hours, about 100 kilometers just to the east and we have wind of 75 kilometers or i will wake up with the storm that can intensify further before making it. around midnight local time. we'll keep a close eye on that, it's still a big rain maker, they'll be a threat going
forward for eastern china over the next 24 to 48 hours. now the other big story, here is in the united states, the big time heat that has been plaguing the eastern seaboard, including new york city. we have potential to break 15 record highs, including new york city and with this heat comes a very stagnant air mass. we have an area of high pressure that works to actually trap the heat, we get this radiation coming off of the ground, but it also traps the pollution, unfortunately, across some of the major cities. that's where we get the steak and that can become very dangerous of people sensitive as asthmatics or heavily. look at these temperatures for the nation's capitol. we broke record highs and continues to warm from here. but big changes in store for the second half of the week. that is the thermometer starts to take a nose dive. it is june, right. >> yeah. >> don't like it. >> yeah, thanks so much.
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dancing and singing. he felt like he was the last choice to host the show. that's why he enlisted some help from hirz hollywood pal, including steven, goldberg and crystal who has -- long time host. he told him just put on a dress and he did it. things seem to go pretty smoothly from there. there were some big awards, it's a break out musical this year, won several awards. a lot of people, though, were buzzing about cynthia nixon who took the stage for her role when she won tonight. she got political. >> my love and gratitude and undying respect go out to all the people in the 2017 who are refusing to stand. [ applause ] >> it's one of the most talked about speeches of the evening. kevin klein won an award for best leading actor in a play.
after being nominated four times lori, finally won a tony award for best leading actress in a play for adults part 2. one of my favorite notes of the night came with james earl jones giving the -- given the lifetime achievement award and he took the stage and thanked his wife and said she looked dazzling. it seems like kevin spacey might be back to host again next year, love that man. >> i'm rosemary church. i'm stay would you say, another hour of newsroom straight ahead for you. we'll be right back.
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