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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 about the president of the united states. >> there was chaos and confusion
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in new york city after a man with an assault rifle walked into win of the city's busiest hospitals and started shooting. >> it all started when the hospital was in lockdown. >> may day, may day. the plane collided, sped across the freeway and burst into flames. >> the pilot and passenger are injured but alive. >> announcer: this is "new day weekend" with victor blackwell and christi paul. >> good morning, we begin with breaking news out of arkansas. police in little rock say at least 17 people have been shot inside a nightclub. >> at the power ultra lounge. cell phone video from inside that club captured the nightmare and panic. let's listen together.
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[ gunfire ] >> i just can't believe how many shots we heard being fired there. police say, in addition to the people who were shot, there were people that were injured while they were rushing the doors trying to get out. know fatalities we're told. at least one person, though, is in serious condition at the hospital this morning. >> police are saying so far this does not appear to be terror related. they also don't believe there's an active shooter in the area. investigators don't know the exact cause of the shooting, what prompted this, but the suspect may have started this after a dispute inside the club. well, president trump
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kicking off the holiday weekend in new jersey this morning. he will be back in aug latwashi later today. he's set to be at the kennedy center later tonight. and the president preparing for the g20 summit. >> and it's there he'll come face-to-face with russian president vladimir putin for the first time. the question is, will the president bring up russia's interference in the extent betwe election? and disparaging tweets about a tv host, and about whether the president issued a threat for favorable media coverage. we've got that covered for you. we want to start with cnn senior white house correspondent jim acosta. >> reporter: standing with the south korean president, president trump irked yet another dire warning on the threat posed by north korea. >> era of strategic patience
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with the north korean regime has failed. many years, and it's failed. and frankly, that patience is over. >> reporter: but as the president was leaving the rots garden nearly all the questions shouted at him were not about national security -- they were about the president's tweets and his ongoing war of words with msnbc hosts joe scarborough and mika brzezinski who now allege white house aides made them an offer, go softer on your coverage of president trump and the president will tell a story in the national enquirer. >> they said, if you call the president up and you apologize for your coverage, then he will pick up the phone and basically spike the story. >> reporter: a white house official confirmed scarborough did speak with the president's son-in-law jared kushner but the white house denied any offer of a quid pro quo.
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counselor kellyanne conway said it's about counterpunching critics in the media. critics described as unpatriotic. >> it doesn't help the american people to have coverage in this light, i'm sorry -- >> reporter: the president is also disrupting senate negotiations over health care tweeting republican senators are unable to pass what they're working on now, they should immediately repeal and replace at a later date. that mirrors the suggestion from some gop lawmakers growing frustrated in the senate. >> what i'm recommending we give credit to the american people by repealing as much obamacare as we can but add a one-year delay before that would be effective so there's an action forcing events so we get to work. >> reporter: the problem is it's not what the president promised. >> we're going to do that simultaneously, it will be just fine. we're not going to have a two day period or a two year period where there's nothinging. >> reporter: even some
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republicans say splitting up repeal and replace won't work. >> problem is we know how washington workings sometimes on deadlines we still don't get things done. >> as for the white house, the president tried to clarify the stance. as tour whether repealing obamacare, sarah huckabee sanders said will trump's thinks has not changed. jim acosta, cnn the white house. with me now cnn political commentator airline louis, and rebecca burr. rebecca, thank you start with you. >> good morning. >> considering the cbo estimate of repeal now, replace later, with 18 million people without coverage, in addition to those who don't have coverage right now, in the first year. and 32 million by 2026, politically, is the president's suggestion plausible? >> oh, absolutely not. and this is something that republicans have pretty muchal agreed on for weeks now. and this is why we've seen
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senate republican leaders and house republican leaders pursuing this course of action to try to do everything at once. the political concern for republicans would be leaving people in the lurch, and pulling the rug out from under them. what they want to do is to make the transition as smooth as possible. and repealing first and replacing later would do the exact opposite of that. it would leave people uncovered and affect premiums in an adverse way. is this something that republicans wanted to avoid all along. that is not mentioning the pragmatic sort of practical reasons for pursuing it all together now to make sure they only need a simple majority in congress to pass the legislation. >> errol, obviously, some of the most conservative members of the congress have gotten to the president and convinced him to at least float this idea. he has to know, at least one would expect that he'd know the
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numbers from the cbo report that came out earlier this week, the ones i just read. how did it get to the point that the president was floating this idea while mitch mcconnell was pushing the idea that he endured? >> this is what you get when you have someone with no experience in legislation, right? without any experience in how to do that, this is what you end up with. you also have a president who wants any kind of a win. if you think about that kind of crazy white house ceremony where he was celebrating as if there was a signing ceremony, after barely getting something through the house of representatives, he wants any kind of a win. then he wants any kind of a win now. finally, one thing we should never lose sight of is that for many conservative members of congress, this is all about a tax consulut, really, all they d to do is repeal a tax cut on the
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very wealthy. what happens to the 18 million people, an udderly secondary conversation. so, they're perfectly comfortable with getting the tax cut now. repealing the affordable care act so they can get the tax cut, abdomen then worry about the 18 million people later. that really is the politics of many members of caucus. >> so, rebecca, i wonder what this tweet mental to the republicans in the senate for whom this will be a difficult vote, to vote, of course, for the repeal? so, if we look back to may where the president said he was full-throated, endorsing the house plan. and then in june, called mean, it they are out pushing this senate bill, and the president's already thinking about his plan "b," how do they receive this tweet? >> well, i think it's clear to republicans in the senate and just in general on capitol hill, that the president doesn't necessarily have their back on
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this. and that's what lindsey graham said recently. in fact, said republicans should not be depending on the president to defend them, to defend the bill. they have to be able to defend this themselves. and that's a really difficult position for a congressional republican to be in. because try as they might. no matter what they do or say, they're not going to have the platform of the presidency. they don't have the megaphone that donald trump has. be that twitter or be that any presidential statements that he makes. so it would help if the president were on the same page. if they were on the same message, but he hasn't been throughout the process. and that certainly has complicated things for republicans. >> errol, anything that we're talking about now is a far cry from what the president promised on the campaign. the president prides his on promises made, promises kept. let's remind people what the president promised during the campaign. >> so, how do you fix it? there's many different ways, by the way, everybody's got to be
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covered. this is an unrepublican thing for he to say, a lot of times they'll say lower 25%, they can't afford private. >> universal health care. >> i'm going to take care of everybody. everybody is going to be taken care of much more than now. >> uninsured person? >> right. >> how? >> i would make a deal with existing hospitals to take care of people. you know what -- >> who pays for it? >> the government is going to pay for it. >> so, broader question, what does the president want now? >> that's a great question. i do think -- i do think he wants anything that could be characterized as a win. i mean, what you just heard him describe is utterly 180 degrees the opposite of shrinking the medicaid expansion, right? medicaid which takes care of the elderly, which takes care of the poor, is one. parts of the affordable care act that is most popular. including with republican governors, i might add. they want to dial that back now.
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so, yeah, there's other inconsistency. i guess you'd have to add the people who believed what was said in september 2015 to the veries very long list of people who have been disappointed by this president, including before he went into politics. you know, the bankruptcy, the commercial dispute. trump university. a lot of times, you have to be very comfortable in trusting what the man said. >> errol louis, rebecca berg, thank you very much. >> i want to show you live pictures we're getting, look at this out of hong kong right now. fireworks over victoria harbor there. hong kong marking the 20th year anniversary. and angry over chinese control over that city. china's president xi jinping saying hong kong is, quote, non-negotiable. but what a celebration that is,
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my goodness. all right. coming up there was a small plane that crashes on one of the busiest highways in california. >> yeah, yeah, mov move back fre plane. >> just breathe, just breathe, okay. >> the frightening moment as that plane crash landed in the middle of traffic. plus, doctors describing that deadly shooting at a new york city hospital, called a war zone. live updates from new york. and finally, an arrest in the case of a missing chinese grad student. the news from investigators is not good, however. what they're telling family members this morning. stay close. there's nothing more important to me than my vacation.
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this is just frightening, listen to these audio recordings of the dramatic moments right before a plane crashes in one of the busiest highways in california. >> mayday, mayday, i lost my right engine. >> apparently, the plane's right
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engine gave out in midday. we're told the pilot attempted to land in an orange county airport but did not make it. the plane crashed in the middle of the 405 freeway. people did come to help. but the pilot only clipped one vehicle on the way down. that driver suffered minor injuries. the pilot and passenger of the plane did survive the crashing and they were taken to the hospital. new, this morning, authorities are investigating the motives behind a disgruntled doctor's shooting rampage at a new york city hospital yesterday. >> cnn reporter paolo sandoval joins us more with it. i understand you're learning more? >> henry bello police say is the 45-year-old doctor who hid a rifle under his white coat and went in shooting and injured six others. this is what we know took place. that individual had resigned from that hospital, he not only
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worked but actually practiced medicine there. a medical doctor before his resignation in 2015, after a relatively short stint is what hospital officials told me. at this point, after having spoken to one at the facility, the main focus is one of the five still fighting for their lives. who also happened to be doctors. many of them young medical students. >> we have to do what we have to do. my team is working hard how to see how to manage all of the patients that we have now. stabilize everyone, including the ones who are injured. so, i think there will be other time where we'll reflect on it, right now, we have jobs to do. and we're still at it. >> sadly, one doctor did not survive. all we know about her, she practiced family medicine there in that hospital. interesting information coming from authorities, they don't believe that she actually knew this man that would eventually turn the gun on himself again
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now identified as dr. henry bello who had worked for a short period of time in that hospital and then resigned under unknown circumstances. but going back to detail about the people who survived and the person who did pass away, i'm told that the death count really could have been much higher, had it not been from some of the heroic acts coming from staff members who shifted in triage mode while this gunman was still opening fire at the top floors of that hospital. >> thank you. well authorities in illinois fear a missing chinese grad student is dead. and they have arrested a man that they believe kidnapped her. fbi investigators say yingying zhang disappeared june 9th from the campus of university of illinois. surveillance video, take a look, even caught her getting into the car driven by the suspect who has now been charged in her disappearance. and investigators say that suspect visited websites about
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kidnappings and allegedly confessed to the crime, despite what the fbi is saying, zhang's family is not giving up. >> translator: the person who did this and who wanted to tell this person please be kind to her and let her come home. and we're waiting for you at home, and you have to be persistent and fight because we're all waiting for you. >> zhang disappearance is widespread concern in china. suspect, by the way is expected in court on monday. police in pennsylvania are searching for a driver involved in a road rage accident that killed a high school graduate. here's a sketch of the suspect. the incident happened wednesday afternoon west of philadelphia. police say the surveillance video shows the moment that the suspect in that red truck shot the young woman in the head. her car veered off the road, crashed into a tree. the victim 18-year-old bianca
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roberson. her family said she was heading to jackson university in two weeks to start her career. police are offering a $5,000 reward for any information. president trump and south korea's president meet in washington, however, they have differing messages when it comes to north korea.
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earlier, however. also more republicans slamming the president for his twitter rampage, attacking a tv anchor. they say it's exadistracting fr the agenda and damaging the presidency. ahead of independence day, the president is spending the weekend at his new jersey golf club. caitlin collins is live from bridgewater, new jersey right now. help us understand what is on his agenda this weekend. >> reporter: yes, as you said, the president is spending his weekend here in bedminster, new jersey. he will go back to washington briefly tonight to attend a rally with veterans at the kennedy center. and return back here. he'll likely spend the rest of the weekend preparing for the upcoming poland trip at the g20 summit. he's expected to meet with several foreign leaders but the one everyone's keeping their eye on is the first meeting with vladimir putin since january.
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the white house officials say the agenda and final details of the meeting have not been set yet. >> certainly, everybody will be watching that. but, of course, a lot of eyes were on the president telling gop lawmakers to repeal obamacare now. and then replace it later. we have to point out that's not what he promised earlier, right? >> reporter: right. that's exactly right. republicans in the senate have been negotiating back and forth for the past few weeks over a bill that would repeal and replace the affordable care act but donald trump threw a rift in that friday morning when he tweeted maybe they can just repeal it and replace it later on. that was after senator ben sass had gone on earlier that morning and suggested the same thing. donald trump was essentially giving it his blessing. that creates a headache for leaders like paul ryan who said donald trump was the first one to suggest repealing it and replacing it immediately. in an interview with "60
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minutes" in january, he said there wouldn't even be two days between the repeal and replace. sarah huckabee sanders disputed that the president has changed his thinking yesterday in an off-camera. take a listen. >> the president hasn't changed his thinking at all. i mean, he's campaigned on, talked about since he was elected repealing and replacing obamacare. we're still fully committed to pushing through with the senate at this point. but we're looking at every possible option of repealing and replacing obamacare. >> reporter: so the president has changed his stance. though, he cheered the bill that the house had passed in may and said it was a great idea and had this huge ceremony in the rose garden, he later denounced the bill and called mean. so he's made this a little bit tough for legislators on capitol hill to enact his agenda. and with his tweet yesterday morning, it doesn't look like there's a vote in sight. >> caitlin collins, appreciate
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it this morning, thank you. do the u.s. and south korea disagree with how to deal with north korea? president donald trump is warning that washington's patience is over. but south korean president moon is urging open dialogue. >> he said president trump and i will not pursue a hostile policy against north korea. we had no intention to attack north korea, we do not wish to see the regime replaced or collapse. cnn's barbara tarr hstarr has m. >> reporter: president trump's first white house meeting with south korea's newly elected president moon came with a message for north korean leader kim jong-un. >> the era of strategic patience with the north korean regime has failed. many years, and it's failed. and, frankly, that patience is over. >> reporter: but now what? how the trump administration
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intends to stop north korea's rapidly accelerating effort to build a missile and a nuclear warhead that could hit the united states. >> we're working closely with south korea and japan, as well as partners around the world, on a range of diplomatic security and economic measures. to protect our allies and our own citizens from this menace. known as north korea. >> reporter: the u.s. military remains on alert. watching for any hint of a missile launch or even another underground nuclear test. trump initially leaned on china to help stop north korea's weapons testing. >> the relationship developed by president xi and myself i think is yao standing. >> reporter: pressuring chinese president xi to use his influence with kim, but that appears to have changed. the trump administration issued new sanctions against a chinese bank for allegedly helping north
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korea. then hours later, announced a massive u.s. arms sale to taiwan, which china views as a renegade province. beijing is furious. >> translator: the u.s. arms sale to taiwan has seriously violated international law and basic principles of international relations. >> reporter: with diplomacy uncertain, u.s. military options for north korea have recently been updated. >> the threat is much more immediate now. the president has directed to us prepare a range of options, including a military option, which nobody wants to take. >> reporter: but a u.s. military strike could trigger catastrophe. >> i think that if the u.s. chose to strike north korea in any way, we would most likely see an immediate north korea response. it could take different forms. it could be a counterattack on south korea. it could be another cyber attack and kim jong-un feeling as
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emboldened as he does will likely react in the same way. >> and a counterpeak could have a massive human toll, millions of south koreans and 28,000 u.s. military and families at risk. barbara starr, cnn, the pentagon. >> pentagon is delaying decision on allowing transgender people to enlist in the military. today was the originally deadline for defense secretary jim mattis to give his decision. according to a memo obtained by cnn, the pentagon will not make that announcement for another six months. former defense secretary carter originally said that transgender would be able to openly serve in the armed service. several states are pushing back saying they have no intention of complying, even one republican secretary of state telling them to go jump in the gulf of mexico. a young woman was set on fire by her boy friend.
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her family is pushing for tougher sentences after that man got just 11 years in prison. the victim's mother and daughter up next.
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a horrific attack against a young woman prompted her family to push for tougher laws in ohio. judy's law is now headed toover kasich's office. like the one against judy malinowski, her ex-boyfriend doused her in dgasoline and set her on fire. she passed away this past week after battling through almost 60 surgeries. judy's law is something her family is so passion in its about. let's listen to her daughter kaylyn here testifying at the state house. >> committed a horrible crime and only received an 11-year sentence. by the time he gets out, i'll be 22 years old and no one knows if he'll hurt again.
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while he got 11 years my mom, my sister and i all got a life sentence. we can prevent this from happening to other families. >> well, kaylyn, judy's daughter and judy's mother both with us now. thank you so much. i can't imagine the week that it's been for you. we're so grateful that you've been gracious enough to join us here. first of all, bonnie, how is everybody? >> they're doing very well. as good as can be expected. i'm sure judy would be proud of all of them. >> kaylyn, we were just watching you at the state house there. what has this been like for you? and did you have fears about standing up and -- in front of legislators and trying to persuade them? >> yes, i did. it was really scary because i was scared that i messed up, but i got through it.
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>> bonnie, i understand that you were next to your daughter almost daily in the hospital. and something that we really have to make sure people understand is that she lived for two years. and as i understand it, they didn't think she'd live for 48 hours. help us understand what that was like for you, for that 696 days that she was in that hospital? >> you know, it's really indescribable, but i was blessed that god chose to let her live 696 days. and she fought, you know, i was messed to see her fight that hard for 696 days. and they were long days, there are joyful days and tearful days as she fought so live for justice. and fought for those two little girls. >> what did you talk about during that time?
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>> we talked about a lot. she said mainly, mom, you know, she originally wanted to just helped, she woke up after eight months out of a coma, she said she had to fight for her girls to get her story out to help just one person. and then she went on to fight for justice, you know, to testify. and to back off on all of her pain medicine is just horrific for her to do that, to make a tape, asking the house and senators why the law should be stiffer in ohio. >> it's astounding that she had the wherewithal and the strength to fight in the condition to make sure no one suffered life like she did. did you know michael schlegel,
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the man who did this, did you know him did she fear him? >> she feared him. she had tried numerous times to get away from him. she had quoted to a lead detective, he's going to kill me, but, you know, it's so hard to catch them. they have to be there, restraining orders aren't perfect. she was just right, you know. she succumbed to her injuries. so she did try. she wanted to help him. she thought she had been where he was. unfortunately, it transpired into, mom, i just want to help one person. and she said, nobody, no human being should ever, ever suffer, mom, the way i am, not even an animal. >> kaylyn, what did you think of
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the fact that your mom held on so long and probably in large part held on for you because she wanted to be there for you? >> i thought it was really like -- i thought it was really nice that she held on just for my sister and i because we needed her. and we still need her. but i think that we'll get by. and it will take a while, though, but we'll be okay. my sister and i are really proud of how she fought for so long. she is fighting so hard for people who are in abusive relationships. i heard some sound from her where i think bonnie you were talking about, and she said, if you are in an abusive relationship, you need to get out. you need to get help. you need to take care of yourself. a lot of people were in ways
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that a suspect like michael slager convicted only to see 11 years. now that she has died, however, homicide charge, being sought against him, bonnie. how do you feel about that? >> i hope the -- i hope justice will prevail on judy's behalf. especially because, you know, she suffered for two years, you know, homicide is one thing. but it was almost like a cruel -- well, it was a cruel death to suffer for two straight years. and battle every day. and then succumb to homicide. so, i hope the laws of justice will prevail. >> she is one of the bravest strongest person i've ever known of, bonnie bowes and kaylyn
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states are now pushing back against the trump administration in a request of secretary of state for information on their voters. now, the president's commission on voting integrity says the they need the information to combat what they say is widespread voter fraud. now, remember, there's no documented evidence of the fraud. and now both republicans and democrats will say they will not comply with the administration's request. here's part of a state from mississippi's republican secretary of state delbert hoseman. to the commission, he says this, they can go jump in the gulf of mex core. and mississippi is a strait state to launch from. here's cnn's tom foreman. >> so many cities corrupt in voter fraud, very, very common.
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>> reporter: in a quest to root out allegedly rampant voter fraud, the president's commission wants information about every viewer. including the voter's full name, address, daylight of birth, political affiliation, military service, part of his or her social security number and more. states particularly blue ones are pushing back hard. california is flat out refusing to hand over the info. >> president's allegations of massive voter fraud are simply not true. >> reporter: so is new york. we will not comply. and virginia, too. there is no evidence of significant voter fraud. but some states that went republican red for trump are also balking.
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>> we might find some voter activity but not to the extent described. >> people who died ten years ago are still voting. illegal immigrants are voting. >> reporter: as a candidate, donald trump insisted fraud was a real problem. even after he won the electoral college, he lashed out at news more people voted for hillary clinton tweeting i won the popular vote, if you deduct the millions of people who voted illegally. >> so many things are going on. >> reporter: to help steer his commission, he helped choose kansas secretary of state kris kobach who called the state's complaints nonsense. >> looking at voter fraud, registration fraud. voter intimidation, suppression. >> reporter: he is held back leaders back home for months yet he's found less than a dozen cases of voters. and he was fined by a federal
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judge in kansas just last week for his conduct in a lawsuit involving voting rights. connecticut's take -- given secretary kobbach history. >> there's simply no credible evidence that there's been a widespread voter fraud problem. that's adding clearly to the hesitancy of many of these states. top foreman, cnn, washington. well, millions of you are under a severe weather threat for the holiday weekend, believe it or not, allison chinchar is tracking it, of course. good morning. >> good morning, we're starting to see the storm fire up around dallas. dallas airport, delays up to 30 minutes. this isn't the only spot. we'll talk about where your shot spots are going to be for severe weather including the east. on the next "united shades
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of america" talking to the people on the streets in chinatown. and asking how they choose to honor their chinese heritage in the face of racist stereotypes, watch. >> on the first chinatown, seems like the identity of the city. >> exactly. but years ago, it's like another country. >> and people began to have these fears of chinese-americans. >> thai people and chinese are the same -- >> yes. >> that's a stereotype that is it's a welcoming place but that's not always true. how important was it for to you grow up using your chinese-american zenacciden ide >> -- oh, my god -- >> is it important that chinese-americans retain this culture? >> i've seen the hyper
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another holiday and another severe weather threat, go figure. >> millions of people could be affected by this. let's go to allison chinchar, who's understand t the gun? >> depends on which day. the green highlighted areas that's where we have the risk for more severe weather. the yellow more targeted areas the best chance of damaging winds and also tornados but this is just saturday. as we push it forward, you'll notice a severe weather threat on sunday. it's just going to be a different region. this in the heartland. albeit the threats themselves actually remain the same. we're still going to be looking
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at the potential for damaging winds and tornadoes. that's because as that first system begins to exit, another one pushes back in its place. that means if you have any holiday plans over the weekend, you're going to be looking at multidays where you have the potential for rain. right now, we're starting to see syracuse, buffalo, albany, as we go later in the day, new york city, also into boston, philadelphia, and that could potentially cause airport delays. we already have airport delays on the southern for instance of the system, around dallas. 30 to 40 minutes. keep that in mind as you have travel plans throughout the week. here's a look at your actual july 4th forecast. there are some spots. not everyone is dealing with a washout. new york, relatively nice, temperatures in the 80s with sunshine. in the south, raleigh, charlotte, atlanta, albeit hot, you'll deal with showers and
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thunderstorms. dallas, you won't necessarily have a strong storm threat but hot temperatures. christi and victor, triple digit numbers maybe the pool might sound like a great option for july 4th for some folks. >> anything like that in triple digits, yes, ma'am. >> i'll take it. allison chinchar, thanks so much. well, aren't you up early. 9:00, actually on a saturday morning, at least here in the east. i'm christi paul. >> i'm victor blackwell. good morning to you. well, they missed the deadline and the president is adding new click indications as the senate and republicans search to replace obamacare. aides are still working hard aiming to have a revised bill ready after the recess. president trump in the meantime is starting his weekend at his new jersey golf club. kaitlyn collins is live from


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