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showers and thunderstorms into the forecast. this means if you have some barbecue plans, you may have to check the radar to make sure you won't have to encounter some lightning along with it. >> i would eat barbecue in the rain. lightning, not so much. in the rain, i will. allison chinchar, thanks so much. our strategic patience with the north korean regime has failed. that patience is over. >> reporter: we remain on alert watching for any hint of a missile launch. >> it's been fascinating and frightening and really sad for our country. >> he has been very clear when he gets attacked, he is going to hit back. >> i am very concerned as to what this once again reveals about the president of the united states. >> there was chaos and confusion in new york city after a man with an assault rifle walked into one of the city's busiest hospitals and started shooting. >> all of the sudden, the hop
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was on lockdown. >> it was a scary situation. >> the plane collided and spun across the freeway and burst into planes. >> the pilot and his passenger are injured but alive. this is "new day weekend" with victor blackwell and christi paul. welcome to saturday on your first day of july. >> let's start with what president trump is doing this morning. he is kicking off the holiday weekend in new jersey. he will be back in washington later today to honor veterans. he is scheduled to deliver remarks at a concert at the kennedy center. >> the president preparing for the g-20 summit. he will come face to face with russian president vladmir putin. will the president bring up russia's interference. will there be any chance to improve relations as both
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leaders hoped for back in november. >> fallout from the president's disparaging tweets about a tv news host leading to claims of a tabloid hit story and questions about whether the president threatened to threaten the anchors over coverage. did the white house use the "national enquirer" to threaten journalists? the white house says no. >> here is cnn's jessica snyder. >> reporter: a new allegation from the msnbc hosts, mika brzezinski and joe scarborough say they were threatened this spring. hey, the "national enquirer" is going to run a negative story against you guys. if you call the president up and you apologize for your coverage, then he will pick up the phone and basically spike the story. three people at the very top of
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the administration calling me. >> brzezinski and scarborough first lobbed the accusation friday morning. >> he appears to have a fragile, impetuous childlike ego that we have seen over and over again, sfegs specially with women. he can't take it. >> reporter: this was a story the "national enquirer" ran in june accusing the couple of cheating on their spouses. the to be tabloid hounded the family to get the story glchlt . >> the president has close ties to the "national enquirer" and they have relentlessly attacked his political adversaries. the "national enquirer's" editor in charge dillon howard issued this statement. we accurately reported a story that recounted the relationship between joe scarborough and mika
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brzezinski. at no time did we threaten either of them in connection with our reporting. we have no knowledge of any discussions between the white house and joe and mika about our story and no involvement in those discussions. after the explosive accusation from the couple on air the president responded, watch low-rated "at morning joe" for the first time in a long time. fake news. he called me to stop a "national enquirer" article. i said, no, bad show. yet, another lie. i have texts from your top aides and phone record. those record show i haven't spoken with you in many months. nbc confirmed that scarborough told nbc news executives about the threats and calls from the white house as they were happening. the white house is putting out a different spin. officials say it was joe scarborough that called jared kushner about the upcoming "national enquirer" story. the official denies there was
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any indication that the president would help kill story in exchange. >> you heard the white house's denial that they have not released any official statements. joe scarborough has not responded to cnn's request for additional details on his version of the events z . >> we have political reporters eugene scott and shelby hollyway. 61% of people polled in a recent qui quinnipiac poll says the president needs to quit tweeting. eugene, how much would it affect his agenda if de stid stop twee. >> it would significantly better inform the american people of what the legislative priorities are for this president and this administration. our own jake tapper did a report showing that a significant majority of the tweets from the president since entering the
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white house have absolutely nothing to do with at jen da that agenda he is trying to push forward. one of the things the president and his team say is that he likes communicating with people for those that distrust the american media to understand what he is trying to do. when you are getting into twitter spats, that doesn't help inform people and it doesn't bring more people who aren't already on the trump train to the table. >> shelby, i want to listen to senator ben sass, who has been talking to the white house about only repealing obama care. here is what he said yesterday. >> if we don't get this resolved by the monday of the next week, july 10th, if there isn't a combined repeal and replace plan, i'm writing a letter to the president this morning urging us him to call on to us separate them. if we can't do them together,
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let's do as much as we can and ask the president to cancel our august work break and stay here and work on them separate. >> how much trust is there that if they waited to replace that, that would actually happen? >> this is not seen as a politically feasible idea. it does excite the republican base. if you punt the ball down to august, you are going to have some of the same problems you are having now. conservatives are not agreeing with moderates on how much money states should receive to shore up their markets or on how soon medicaid should be rolled back, medicaid expansion. it doesn't mean we would see a consensus in congress if it is repealed first. it would add to the urgency, which would stress a lot of americans out. "the wall street journal" has a big story about how plaamerican are getting notices from their insmur insurance companies right now.
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these insurers are pulling out of markets. it is an urgent warning for americans that do have obamacare individual insurance that they won't have it at the end of the year. politically, it is a big hot potato, better to be dealt with sooner than later. there is also tax reform down the road. if ben sass says he wants to spend all of august working on health care, they are definitely punting tax reform. tax reform is what the market is like and what everyone who has money in a retirement account likes. that's why the president sees it as a success. >> when it comes to tax reform, eugene, in order to make it work, they are counting, are they not, on some of the savings from health care that they would get if they had a deal? >> the republican party is trying to figure that out.
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the plan was also to have this whole obamacare repealed and replaced on day one. what we saw yesterday and we had a story on cnn politics.com about it. this is suggesting that perhaps the president does not have a clear vision himself for what he would like to replace the affordable care act with. that's why we are see ting in pivot so soon in spite of campaigning on something so different, telling the house he was not open to immediate repeal and a delayed replacement. how this will affect tax reform and other legislation coming forward is up for question for many people. it is clear it will have some type of impact. >> eugene and shelby, i appreciate you being here. >> na thank you. police say at least 17 people were shot inside a
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nightclub in little rock, arkansas. many more were injured while rushing to the doors trying to get away from the shooting. there no fatalities. one person is in serious condition at a hospital. they are not calling this terror related and do not believe there is an active shooter in the area. investigators do not know the exact cause and what led to it. the suspect may have started it after a dispute there inside the club. we know that one person is dead. a half dozen others wounded after a doctor started shooting inside a new york city hospital. we are told the shooter is now disceased, was a disgruntled employee. polo sandoval joins us live. i understand you are learning more about what happened. >> yes, victor. we do know that at least five doctors are fighting for their lives right now. they were shot by this individual who went on the shooting rampage in the hospital in the bronx. we do understand that officials say the death toll could have been much higher at this point.
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one female doctor was shot and killed during that rampage. again, officials saying it could have been so much worse had it not been for heroic acts of staff essentially performing staff or at least triage on some members that have been shot while the shooting continued. now, as you are about to hear, the chief physician, the main concern is saving the lives of these five doctors that are still injured this morning. >> we have to do what we have to do. my taeam is working hard to see how to manage all the patients that we have now, stabilize everyone, including the ones that are injured. i think there will be some other time where we will reflect on it. right now, we have a job to do and we are still at it. >> those five young medical professionals were young students in the middle of their residency when the shots were fired. there is a sixth person that is recovering this morning. we were told that was the only
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patient injured during this rampage. as far as the gunman, himself, he did turn the gun on himself there on the 17th floor. the rest of the hospital already fully functional. it is open again as officials continue to investigate and try to find out, victor, what could have led this doctor -- what prompted him to put on that white lab coat and head to that hospital to go on a shooting rampage. >> still some questions there. polo sandoval, thanks so much. >> authorities in illinois really fear a missing chinese grad student is dead. they have arrested a man that they believe kidnapped her. fbi investigators say she disappeared june 9th from the campus of university of illinois. surveillance video caught her getting into a car driven by the suspect. this is a suspect who has now been charged in her disappearance. investigators say the suspect visited websites about kidnapping and allegedly confessed to the crime despite
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what officials believe, zhang's family is hoping on to hope that she is alive. >> translator: to the person that did this, please be kind to her and let her come back. grandma and mother are waiting for you at home. you have to be persistent and insist on fighting, because we are all waiting for you. >> her disappearance has triggered widespread concern in china. the suspect is expected in court on monday. >> we have the audio recordings in california of the moments right before a plane crashed on one of the busiest highways in the country. >> may day, may day. i lost my right engine. >> you can hear the panic in the pilot's voice. this is the distress call after his plane's engine gave out mid-air. we were told he was trying to get back to the orange county airport but he didn't make it.
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it was the cessna 310 that crashed and exploded in the middle of the 405 freeway. others on the freeway obviously ran to help the pilot. it only clipped a single vehicle on the way down. that driver suffered a few minor injuries. the pilot, the passenger of the plane survived the crash. they were taken to a hospital. the president has a strong warning for north korea, we are out of patience, he says. so where does the u.s. go from here when it comes to north korea and the growing nuclear threat? >> what european officials fear could happen when president trump meets face to face with vladmir putin next week? full of hope. and we don't want something like meningitis b getting in their way. meningococcal group b disease, or meningitis b, is real. bexsero is a vaccine to help prevent meningitis b in 10 to 25 year olds. even if meningitis b is uncommon, that's not a chance we're willing to take. meningitis b is different from the meningitis
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of patience. these comments come as president trump hosted the president of south korea, looking at ways of increasing pressure on the communist regime to stop missile tests. they are watching them very closely and saying they could be preparing for another missile launch or a nuclear test. >> in just a few days, president trump will meet russian president, vladmir putin at the g-20 in germany. this will be the first time the two will be face to face since trump took office. is this the first time they have met? that depends on who you ask and when you ask them. >> i never met putin. i don't know who putin is. >> reporter: it is a claim he made many times. >> i don't think i have ever met him. >> you would know it if you did? >> i think so. >> next week's g-20 summit will offer the first opportunity for president trump to meet russian president, vladmir putin, face
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to face. all the denials contradict what candidate trump said in an august, 2015 radio interview? >> have you met vladmir putin? >> yes, one time, a long time ago. >> he did not say when or under what circumstances the two men met. days before the meeting in hamburg, there are several unsettled opposing claims about their history. the white house says that they have spoken since the 2016 election but on conversations before the election, more contradictions. in july, 2016, candidate trump said this. >> i have nothing to do with putin. i don't know anything with him, other than he will respect me. >> i was in moscow recently and i spoke indirectly and directly with president trump who could not have been nicer. >> during the campaign, candidate trump denied any relationship with putin. >> i have no relationship with him, other than he called me a genius. >> when asked about their
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relationship during a 2013 nbc interview, another contradiction. >> do you have a relationship with vladmir putin, a conversational relationship or anything that you have sway or influence over his government? >> i do have a relationship. >> the g-20 summit begins on friday. >> let's bring in kimberly doshier. good morning to you. >> we are going to set aside for the moment if this is the first time they are actually seeing each other in person. >> you have a piece i want to get to. european officials believe that president trump is going to try to play president trump in the room and get something out of it. >> according to their intelligence, that's what moscow thinks they will be able to achieve when they put putin and
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trump in the same room. putin is the ex head of russian intelligence. he is good at charming world leaders. he has charmed previous u.s. presidents. he had both george w. bush and president barack obama thinking that russia and the united states could reach some sort of cooperative arrangement on things like counter terrorism. every time according to the officials that i have spoken to that dealt with russia in the past that were near to what they thought was a good give-and-take russia would use that relationship to get one over on them. if russia invaded the u crain and said, you have to stop doing that, they said, we are not going to share "x," "y," "z," counterterrorism information with you. they worry this is what trump is going to get convince today do,
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enter into some sort of partnership where it is one-sided, the u.s. giving everything and moscow not giving much. >> this meeting comes in context, the russian potential collusion with trump associates in the campaign. that investigation continues. there is the investigation into russian meddling in the election. president trump has never 100% bought into. what role do you think those will play? >> the fear is that trump will emerge from a putin meeting saying, we had a great meeting and our relationship is going to be able to go forward now against the back drop of possibly continuing revelations that there was some sort of conversation during the campaign between trump administration
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officials. that would put the trump administration in a compromising public position. you have to think about going into this. you have the national security officials who want to start getting on a better footing with russia. you have the political side of the house saying we have to handle this delicately and not give the farm away to moscow z this meeting between trump and putin, those aren't the only meetings we need to watch, of course. german chancellor, angela merkel, said this week, thursday, it was, the german parliament, that these discussions at the g-20 will be difficult. she talked about trade, the climate deal. she did not name the president outrid outright. anyone that believes they can solve the problems of this world with isolationism and protectionism is making a big mistake. she said, we can not wait and will not wait until the last
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person in the world can be convinced by the scientific findings. beyond the rhetoric, what is the significance of what we are hearing from angela merkel? >> we are seeing her emerge as one of the key european leaders that is willing to stand up to trump. there are polls that show her people want her to do that. she is going to be the counter point in the room. if the u.s. wants a good relationship with europe, with the european union, they are going to have to deal with merkel. i think you are going to see her as one of the people when trump stands up and does what he did in nato, when he balled out nato leaders in front of them for not investing enough in their own defense, count on her to be the person to speak out. we could be in for some fireworks at this meeting in hamburg. the pentagon is delaying a decision on allowing transgender people to enlift in the
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military. today was the deadline for jim mattis to make the decision. according to the pentagon, they will not make it for another six months. ash carter said they would be able to openly serve. president trump waking up at his new jersey golf course this morning. back in washington, the gop health care bill is stuck still in the senate. what does this mean moving forward? we'll take you live to new jersey. >> an official says the liberation of mosul from isis is now imminent. the battle continues. will be navigating the local traffic. get help with hotels, free twenty-four-hour flight changes, and our price match guarantee. travelocity.® wander wisely.™ searching for answers may feel overwhelming. so start your search with our teams of specialists at cancer treatment centers of america. the evolution of cancer care is here.
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half past the hour on a saturday morning. i'm christi paul. >> i'm victor blackwell.
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good to be with you. ahead of fourth of july, president trump is spending the weekend at his new jersey golf club. the gop health care bill is floundering in the senate. some gop lawmakers are not convinced to vote yes. the president is at the center of this firestorm with outrage over his attack on female news anchor on twitter. kaitlan collins is live from new jersey with us. talk to us about, first of all, what the president has on his agenda today and good morning. >> reporter: he is spending the weekend at his golf course here in bedminster. he will head back to washington for a brief trip to the kennedy center for an event with veterans and he is likely preparing for his second foreign trip this upcoming week for the g-20 summit. >> the president is telling gop lawmakers as we were talking
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about to repeal obamacare now and replace it later. we would be remiss to not point out that that is not what he promised during the campaign. that has some people nervous. what are you hearing? >> republicans in the senate have been frying trying to figua health care plan that would replace the health care act. donald trump threw a wrench in it when he said they should repeal it now and replace it later. senator ben sass had gone on tv and suggested this plan. the president essentially gave it his blessing on twitter. this is a big difference compared to what he said in january. the reason they have been doing this dancing in is because the president said, we are going to repeal and replace immediately. there wouldn't be a two-daybreak in between those. the reason they have been doing that, it was his suggestion. when it is looking like they are
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not going to garner enough support, he is deciding maybe they should just repeal and replace later on. sarah huckabee sanders maintained the president has not changed his thinking. listen to what he said during an off-camera gaggle. >> the president hasn't changed his thinking. he has campaigned on, talked about since he was elected, repealing and replacing obamacare. we are still fully committed to pushing through with the senate. we are looking at every possible option of repealing and replacing obamacare. >> this is very different. we have seen the president be very inconsistent on health care. in may, he cheered the house's plan to repeal and replace and later denounced the bill as mean. with his tweet, there noise vote
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insight. >> everybody week, chris eliza will pick the person he thinks had the worst week in washington. this week's pick, mitch mcconnell. earlier, i asked him why. >> i went with mitch mcconnell. it is always a busy week. donald trump could have won but mitch mcconnell set this past week as the hard and fast deadline to pass health care reform thr reform through the senate. then, he decided there weren't the votes and he had to postpone it which he did not want to do. this is a guy people say is a legislative mastermind. he didn't really show it this week. >> the president tweeted out on friday that possibly the plan should be to repeal and then replace. how does that hem up mitch mcconnell? >> first of all, i compare it to going out to dinner with nine picky friends. you already have a big group of
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people going out to dinner. you settle down to two restaurants. you are trying to pick. you are on the verge of picking one and a guy you only sort of know comes in and says, hey, wait a minute, what about this other place? you are back to square one. i think what the president did with that tweet on friday is essentially give a lot of senate republicans, there are a lot of senate republicans who are wary of coming down for or against this bill, because the politics are so complicated. he gave them an out. why don't we think about repeal and then replace. that's what originally advocated. let's repeal obamacare. we will keep it in place. now, trump is back to that. he even as mcconnell is trying to figure out some sort of bill that gets centrists, who are worried about, susan collins,
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lisa murkowski's po world on board, ran paul, ted lee, who says it doesn't go far enough. >> the president said, the repeal and replace have to happen simultaneously. what happened to the master legislator. was it a miscalculation? did he not expect the pushback that he got? >> a little bit of a miscalculation. let me first say passing health care through either the house or the senate is very complicated. there is a reason six presidents failed before barack obama to do it. barack obama did it only at the cost of massive losses in the house and the senate in subsequent elections. but mcconnell always had a relatively narrow margin for arrow. 52 seats. he could lose two senators. they wrote this bill largely in private. they didn't include the whole republican caucus. there were some complaints about that. they unveiled it. the problem he had this week
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more than anything, victor, was the congressional budget office scored it, rated it and said this would be 22 million fewer people would have insurance under the senate health care bill than under obamacare. that's a hard pill for lots of senate republicans, specially people who represent rural states. it really impacts rural states more. places like maine and alaska. instead t was not good and killed that momentum. >> we will see what the residual impact will be. chris elizza, thanks so much. cuts through the political spin and gets to the point of all that is happening in washington. he can help you get there too. subscribe to the point with
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chris cillizza with cnn.com. the race is on in mosul to keep up with the words of their own political leaders declaring victory. here is the thing. there is still fighting going on in the city. is to always keep track of your employees.r
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the symbolic al nuri mosque. the day their leaders declared victory while they were bitterly fighting. >> reporter: to the side of the mosque is where isis had been. the aim was to encircle the sacred area isis destroyed. they have lost so many to isis. they moved carefully against the enemy. with high-tech help, they rarely see. when an isis fighter is spotted, the artillery rains down throughout the day. that's political impatience for this fight to be over in the afternoon. news reports cited iraqi
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officials elsewhere as saying the mosque could be retaken. a bizarre scene given how lethally, painstakingly they were advancing. huge political stakes here for iraq. this fight is spear headed by a few dozen men, two bulldozers. they borrowed a drone. >> isis has been relatively quiet during the day. we sense them coming around toward us here. >> more gunfire exchanges and as they grind slowly toward the edge of the mosque, more iraqi officials announce they have retaken it. that's just politics and here is the ghastly reality. civilians held as human shields risking death to flee from its
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certainty. >> they are held back as possible suicide bombers. the agony becomes too much. there is nothing really to say when hell is behind you and just dust before you. >> we have been shelled in the rubble. the injured piggybacked out. a fear so sfrotrong it led this woman out with pins in her leg. the mortar landed on her home. it is the only word he can say. there hayes been no liquid for days. the little ones were dying for hunger. we didn't see anybody. no isis. only the military. this day, perhaps prematurely, iraq declared isis bankrupt much the ruins from which she fled will take more than declarations of victory to rebuild.
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nick paton walsh, cnn mosul. we have new developments in that deadly traffic accident involving tennis star, venus williams. >> days before she plays her first match she publicly offered condolences to the family of the 78-year-old man that lost his life. we'll show you that and give more details after the break. can we push the offer online? brian, i just had a quick question. brian? brian... legacy technology can handcuff any company. but "yes" is here. you're saying the new app will go live monday?! yeah. with help from hpe, we can finally work the way we want to. with the right mix of hybrid it, everything computes.
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so tennis star venus williams is facing a wrongful death lawsuit for heir involve innocent in a car crash that killed a 78-year-old man. >> now, we're hearing from her, coy wire has more. what's he saying? >> we'll get to that in a moment, she posted on facebook her condolences but she's being sued. police say williams is at fault for the accident. williams told police in south florida she was stopped in an
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intersection due to traffic that's when her suv was t-boned by linda and jerome barsick. she was unable to avoid collision. mr. barson suffered a massive bleeding in the spine. he died after his 68th birthday. >> the family is under an enormous at of stress. their loss is overwhelming. this was the love of linda's life. they've been married more than 35 years. three children, 13 grandchildren. they were planning a family cruise the following week. a disney cruise with all of the grandchildren. they are absolutely devastated. this has really impacted their lives. >> last night, venus posted on facebook, quote, i am devastated and heartbroken by his accident. my heartfelt condolences go out to the family and friends of jerome barson and i continue to keep them in my thoughts and
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prayers. end quote. williams is scheduled to play in the first round of wimbledon on monday. nba free agency, over the last three years, steph curry has captured two nba titles for his name. two mvp titles for himself. and that reportedly brought him big time history making dollars. $201 million over five years. don't forget that extra $1 million there, right? life's pretty good now if you're curry, if you made $44 million. how good is life if you're getting a raise to average $40 million every year for the next five years? oh, that's big time. all right. check this out. one of the top soccer players in the world, lionel messi just got hitched. one news outlet called this the wedding of the ceremony. the star married his childhood sweetheart, they've known each other since 5 years old. the ceremony was in their hometown of argentina. they eachshakira, hips
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don't lie, singing at the wedding ceremony. they had jum go screens outside of the hotel for fans to watch the ceremony. >> they've known each other since 5 years old, she's not marrying him for his soccer skills. >> that's true. >> since 5 years old, she really loves him. >> i thought you were going a different direction. i don't know. >> happy saturday. >> happy saturday to you. >> thank you, coy. >> we cut you off because i know what you're going to say -- >> family show! >> yes. speaking of that, you know the president handshake. how it ruffled feathers. how do the leaders deal with the president's alpha male handshake. only jeanne moos can take this on. that's why you drink ensure.
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this month, president trump will visit france to celebrate a field day with president macron. the last two these two met it was, i'll say, awkward. >> a lingering handshake going on there. cnn's jeanne moos looks to the past. >> reporter: paris, president trump accepted an invitation to celebrate the french national holiday, bastille day. but the white house wasn't put off with what the new french president said after the u.s. pulled out of the paris climate accord. >> make our planet great again. >> reporter: maybe the two leaders will opt -- >> congratulations. >> reporter: -- to make their handshake great again. the first one was described as white knuckled. >> thank you very much. >> reporter: yeah, thanks a lot, that handshake with president
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trump's fingers flexing for freedom. president macron later called it a moment of truth. saying you won't make small, even symbolic concessions. later that day, macron on was the receiving end of president trump's alpha male grab and yank shake. another world leader, india's prime minister modi. >> a true friend. >> reporter: found a way for a handshake. visiting the white house, he hugged president trump, not once, not twice, but three times. his technique was to offer a hand. pull the president into a hug and then employ a lingering double hand hold. unless you think this was an exclusive bromance, you should know that india's prime minister is famous for his hug. he's hugged everyone from president obama to mark zuckerberg, less than cuddly vladimir putin. he used a full body hug to hold
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france's former president. and the tweet find like someone who hug you like indian pm modi, just ask president trump. and then rested on his left shoulder, right shoulder. then has an odd habit of tugging on children's ears. better not try that on president trump. jeanne moos, cnn, new york. an era of strategic patience with the north korean ra has failed and frankly that patience is over. >> u.s. military remains on alert. >> watching for any hint of a missile launch. >> it's been fascinating. and frightening. and really sad for our country. >> i think he's been very clear when he gets attacked, he's going to hit back. >> as to what this once again reveals a

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