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meddled through an overt presidential campaign in our election last year? >> no doubt. and i stand behind the intelligence. this is "new day weekend" with victor blackwell and christi paul. this is cnn breaking news! >> good morning to you. we will get to politics in a moment. first, breaking news out of texas. >> horrible news. eight people have been found dead in the back of a semitruck in san antonio and dozens were pulled alive from the truck but in poor condition and fighting for their lives in hospitals right now. we with know children are among them. we want to go straight to cnn polo sandoval. what are you snaerg. >> reporter: a massage triage operation taking place in a parking lot of a walmart southwest of downtown san antonio overnight.
let me bring you up-to-speed on what we know at this point. 38 people were discovered in a tractor-trailer. eight of them now confirmed dead. all of them males according to authorities. what we also know is that overnight, a walmart employee contacted a police officer after being approached by an individual who was believed to have been in the back of that tractor-trailer rig. police and medics arrived finding dozens of people suffering from heat exhaustion and dehydration and 17 are being treated for life-threatening injures in south texas last night in the triple digits so you can may imagine inside that tractor-trailer it was extremely hot and we were told the refrigerator unit was not operating at the time. authorities saying that all signs seem to point to a human smuggling operation at this point. while this is tragic, this is, sadly, not new. we have seen these kinds of situations before, these kinds of smuggling attempts where
human smugglers putting people back in trailer rigs has happened in the past. 2003, 19 illegal immigrants suffocated to death near victoria, texas. 2014, 40 people were rescued from inside a tractor-trailer rig and also, most recently, in july, about 12 people rescued from from one of those tractor-trailer rigs. this is something we have seen before. this is a known smuggling route, especially since that is the segment of interstate runs from the u.s./mexico border and would spread out through a network throughout the country. this is something that we have seen before. however, in this case, now eight people confirmed dead with dozens of others currently being treated in local hospitals in san antonio. back to you. >> thank you, pablo. >> with us on the phone is henry valdes who was at the scene. thank you for speaking with you,
henry. first, tell us what you saw. starting with where was this truck? >> this truck was behind the walmart where they usually do the deliveries, where they unload the 18 wheelers. like you said, a man went up to an employee and asked him for a drink of water. so when he went back to the trailer and they opened the back door, that's when they found the 38 people. >> we heard from polo a few moments ago and i spoke to you a few moments ago off air and i asked this is a route that typically we see human trafficking and human smuggling. explain more about that. >> well, this is the first time that we have had in san antonio this big of people being smuggled into san antonio. it's usually on the outskirts of san antonio like victoria. another place. but this is the main route
between zone and laredo, texas. >> i know we can see the tape there cordoning off a crime scene but did you get to see any of the people pulled out of this truck or the driver? >> the driver was in custody and that is what our police chief said. i got to see one that had been air-lived to one of the local trauma hospitals. >> henry valdes who was there at the scene. again, eight people dead pulled out of the back of this trailer. dozens more injured. henry valdes, thanks so much for being with us and we continue to follow this story as we learn more about this tragedy in san antonio. new white house communications director says he is ready to deliver what you he calls president trump's quote, very compelling message to the american people. >> we will hear it later on
"state of the union." he says he can push the president's vision through tough headlines. >> we were talking about this yesterday in the president's study offer of the oval office where i said, okay, yeah, we are having a tough time mainstream media and last time i checked we were having that and people see through it. >> scaramucci starts out. jared kushner will face a committee. >> the white house says it is time to step up as senate republicans vow to hold a vote this week to overhaul the affordable care act. leaders aren't saying what they are going to vote on, if will be a repeal or replace chance or just a repeal. will this be make or break week for republicans? the house will vote on fresh sanctions against russia for
election meddling and could reach president trump's desk for the end of the month. >> the congress could block any easing of the sanctions. kaitlyn collins has the latest for us. >> reporter: house and senate negotiators announced saturday they had come to an agreement on a new bill that would play sanctions on russia, north korea, and iran. the sanctions against russia is for the meddling in the 2016 presidential election. according to kevin mccarthy's this would come to the senate and so-to-a vote and hit trump's desk before august. a key part of this bill is a congressional mandate that would require a view if donald trump decided to end or ease these sanctions against russia. this is a key part of the bill that the white house has pushed back on as it has been crafted. but if donald trump decided to veto this legislation, he would almost undoubtedly face backlash
from republicans and democrats alike who think the president should take a tougher stance against russia. donald trump has been very active on twitter blasting hillary clinton, james comey and the special counsel and his most notable tweet on saturday was about pardons. let's take a look. now this tweet comes after a "the washington post" report that claimed the president and his legal team were exploring his pardoning abilities and seeing just how far his authority does go. now a source familiar with the discussion told cnn that a curious donald trump was asking questions in an informational way. donald trump's lawyer john doubt pushed back on this "the washington post" report calling it nonsense and saying that his team is cooperating fully with the special counsel's investigation. back to you. >> kaitlyn, thanks so much.
with us is political anchor for spectrum news errol louis and kelly jane is also with us of the weekly standard. >> good morning. >> this bill on sanctions goes specifically to the president's ability to ease them or to paws them. no executive likes limitations on their powers but is the president considering the vote in congress expected to veto this one? >> this is a tough one for president trump, isn't it? and, you know, he is not a typical republican. we have known that from the start but i've actually thought since the beginning that russia is likely to be the issue in which he is going to have the most trouble with his own party because republicans have been very cautious ian some of them very hawkish on russia for years now it's amazing to me that republicans in the house and the senate have gotten backbone and pushed back against the president. it took an issue as important as this one that they have all cared about for years. i think he is considering vetoing it but think about how
bad that would look. it might not even mat if he vetoes it because it looks to me like the house and senate have veto proof majority so they can just go back and get rid of that veto and that would certainly be a dramatic development. >> errol, let's talk about that. if the president, you know, signs this because he knows there is overwhelming support for this on capitol hill, we know that there have been times we consider the relationship with china, we talk about the second travel ban that he actually signed and then said he didn't want or didn't like. this president can offer a running commentary through the statements on twitter that could be a wink and a nod to russia. >> well, he could give all of the winks and nods that he wants, but reality he has been boxed in politically and he may have outsmarted himself. the very policy that he promised to pursue during the campaign and has said he wanted to pursue as president seems to be a little bit further out of reach as a result of the leaks and the collusion and the double
statements and the multiple investigation. he is no longer politically in a position to simply veto this bill. it's also worth keeping in mind, it's not simply about the collusion that is leading to these sanctions. there is a long list of human rights abuses that are part of this as well. there is the annexization of crimea part of this as well and military aggression in the ukraine is part of this. the entire russia policy has to be looked at and not collusion and where donald trump puts his efforts and not in healing an alliance he hoped to create. >> let's talk about another portion of the u.s. relationship with russia and that is the news that the director of the national security agency, admiral mike rogers is making this weekend talking about the cyber security unit discussed during putin's meeting with the president at the g-20. the president tweeted this on the route back from the g-20 meeting.
there was on slaught of criticism from democrats and republicans and experts the same day the president then released this statement. this weekend director rogers said this about that unit. >> i'm not a policy guy. you have to talk to somebody else. it's not what we do. in term of, hey, what is my thought? i would argue now is probably not the best time to be doing this, that on the other hand, perhaps this is something that you could hold out that we might want to build to over time were we to see changes in behavior. >> it got a laugh in a room and from the director of the nsa there not the best time. kelly, is this still even on the table? >> yeah. the fact that you could hear laugher throughout the whole room when he said it shows what
an understatement that is from admiral rogers. no. i mean, it's quite amazing, you know? trump made that tweet and then he sent out people to defend it. you know, you had steve mnuchin and others tweeting about it. he thought this was not a good idea and he sent out surge at-bats to talk about it ments he did it take very seriously. when you have the head of the nsa and not a man part of a hack by any stretch when he says something like that you know there is something seriously wrong with that idea. >> thank you both. we have a lot more to talk about in a few minutes. rand paul and al franken and anthony scaramucci will join
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morning, republican senators must step up to the plate after seven years in vote to repeal and replace obamacare. >> message from the president and vice president there as the senate represents to vote on a plan to overhaul obamacare this week. no one has announced what is in this plan. the deadlock on health care and failure to pass any major legislation is hurting president trump's poolf approvapproval rae polls are grim for the democrats hero here. only 37% of americans think the democratic party stands for something. 52% say it just stands against trump. so, kelly jane, how do they fix that? how do they prove they are purposeful and not just seemingly spiteful of the president? >> they have a lot of work to do and disappointing to think they have not learned anything from
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that is in his favor. he's on the upside in that regard. with that said, look at these numbers. 48% of americans have a negative view of democrat according to bloomberg news poll released on thursday. it amplifies the problem the numbers are steady. errol, what does that say to you where the democrats go now because they have not made any gains in the nine months since president trump was tlekelected >> the democratic congressional campaign committee recently had a public contest and wanted a new slogan and came up with these incredibly partisan slogans like, you know, she persisted, we resisted or turn congress blue again and things like that. the numbers you just show indicate that the public does not care about that. there is something like 22 counties in wisconsin out of 72 counties that went from obama to trump the last time around.
voters are willing to give anybody a chance if it looks like they know how to handle the economy and it looks like they are speaking to their value and their preferences. this sort of obsessive focus on the unfitness of the president, that case was made and it was a reasonable attempt by hillary clinton but it did not work. the democratic party to stand for something. thr huge issues out there not just health care reform. something the price of housing has shot up 34% over the last five years. that's a serious problem. what are the democrats intend to do about it? you can go issue by issue and ask him what do they intend to do and that starts to raise the question that could maybe get them to lower those unfavorable number. >> errol louis and kelly jane torrance, always appreciate your input. kellyanne conway is going to be brian stelter's guest on "reliable sources" at 11:00 a.m. eastern today on cnn.
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thank you for spending time with us. i'm christi paul. >> i'm victor blackwell. 27 minutes after the hour. more on the breaking news out of the texas. >> eight people found dead in the back of a semitruck in san antonio and people are fighting for their lives in the hospital and some of them are children. the temperature inside that truck was suffocating possibly as high as 115 degree. i spoke to him about the conditions that he found when he arrived on scene. >> our units arrived about 12:36
this morning would fora welfare check on a semitruck parked behind the pharmacy alongside a walmart. first units arrived and quickly found multiple patients in various levels of heat distress. some unconscious, some idewere dead. we called a mass transit to arrive out there and start transporting people. initially, we had eight dead on arrival and we ended up transporting a total of 30 patients, 17 of those were in critical condition and with heat strokes or heat injuries. a lot of hem them are going to have irreversible brain damage. that was a refrigerator truck with no refrigeration. the inside of the truck was
conditions nobody would survive in so we are fortunate they were found because if they had found another night in that environment we would have 38 people had not survived. >> the san antonio police chief says the driver of the truck is in custody and will face state and federal charge. set for a vote in the house on tuesday. a bill slapping new sanctions on russia. we will also give congress a new ability to block the trump administration from easing any sanctions on moscow. that is in direct defiance from lobbying from the white house. joining us live from moscow is our cnn international claire sebastian. what are you hearing this in light of what we are hearing this morning here? >> reporter: we asked the kremlin yesterday how they viewed this new agreement in congress. kremlin responding text message two word, quite negatively. there may be irony in the
understatement of those two word because the kremlin has been vehemently critical of any sanctions imposed on them. it only worsens the situations and only hurt the economies and the countries which impose them. secondly, we have seen a level of anger coming out of russia about sanctions recently that perhaps is slightly above average. not only about this potential package of new sanctions but about existing sanctions. there is an ongoing going on about the diplomatic compounds that were seized in december in that package of obamacare era sanction over election meddling. russia foreign minister saying that is daylight robbery and if the compounds are not returned they reserve the right to retaliate and they have said the same thing about any new sanctions that come in. so quite negatively, you know, suddenly a bit of an understatement but the mood here is that they really are ready to
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from the u.s. and in the meantime, this side note. a violinist was wounded yesterday. the 23-year-old is famous for playing the violin amid the violent clashes we see there. he tweeted a video from the hospital saying, bullets will not stop the opposition. about a hundred people have died in just three months of protests at this point. 25 palestinians have been arrested in an overnight sweep in the west bank. an israeli military official says they are suspected of preparing attacks or being members of hamas. the arrest comes as the u.n. security council meets tomorrow. protests are continuing around jerusalem's old city. a man died in the hospital after another day of fighting there. let's go live to jerusalem. cnn
orrin lieberman is there. this is the worst violence we have seen in there for years. >> reporter: it is. probably until the end of 2015 and lasted into early 2016. it feels like that now. or at least it feels like it could be heading in that direction. we have three israelis killed on a settlement last night and palestinians killed in clashes and started only a week and a half ago. where does it go today? today is a critical day. as you had, this is very much on the international radar. the quartet the eu and u.n. and russia and u.s. are trying to deescalate the clashes. as i said, today is a critical day for that in term of decisions from the israeli government. they have met and will meet again the security cabinet to see what to do here and see how it proceeds. the palestinians have called for a day of rage here that is largely symbolic. you don't see that rage on the
streets but that is an indication of how sensitive the entire situation is right now. >> let's talk about another element of security there and it's these metal detectors. the palestinians have rejected israeli putting in metal detectors at the entrance to the holy site. give us more on that and what we are learning. >> reporter: this isn't just about metal detectors. it's about the holy site behind it and why it's so sensitive. this goes back to about a week and a half ago when two israeli police officers were killed at this holiest site. the nobel sanctionary to muslims. after the attack israeli put in the metal detectors making that move on its own without consulting with anyone. israeli says it's a security there but the palestinians see that it's israeli trying to control this holy site. that is why it's about the holy site, itself. it's seen as a move of israeli trying to impose its own control
there and why it's so tensive. on top of the political layer that exists here there is a religious layer on top of the struggle right now and why this could go down hill very quickly here. >> the international community coming in and trying to help and in that security council meeting happening at the start of the week. . oren lieberman, thank you. president trump says it's been, quote, a very, very bad time for our military and he is promising change. our military analyst weighs in on the president's plan to make the military bigger, better, and stronger. lieutenant general mark hertling is joining us next. stay close. choose from the is turbo, es 350 or nx turbo for $299 a month for 36 months if you lease now. experience amazing at your lexus dealer. but when we brought our daughter home, that was it. now i have nicoderm cq. the nicoderm cq patch with unique extended release
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day of my administration. if a fight does come, it will always end the same way. we will win, win, win. we will never lose. we will win. >> president trump stressing america's military mite. speaking during the commission of the "uss gerald r. ford." and to derive the drop spending and beef up his funding. in his budget he is pushing congress to include an additional $54 billion for defense next year. cnn military analyst mark hertling is with us now. when you hear that figure, $54 billion, it's impressive. what do you takeaway from that? how much good will that do? >> it is impressive. it will contribute, but, truthfully, not to disavow anyone, but it is normal of that
historic increase which had been planned for the military. mr. trump said he had $19 billion this year and that is in fact, a historic budget. he is standing in front of a aircraft carrier that is a technological marvel and it began under the 2005 bush administration and built from 2009 until it was commissioned yesterday under the obama administration. so this is nothing new. mr. trump will probably not see his campaign promises come to fruition even with the increase in the budget and most of that is going for operations and personnel costs and maintenance, not any new ships he promised, i think, 350 new ships and $540,000 soldier army, as well as increase in the air force and the marine corps. the budget he has promised will not give that. it will probably mainta476,000
and eight new navy ships that were already on the drawing board. >> you're saying the president shan't necessarily offering anything new? >> not much. it's a modest increase but factually it's only about a 3% increase and over the last several years under past administrations, those kinds of increases had been planned in the budget and many in congress, primary the republicans, say this is not enough to rebuild the military to the point where the new administration wants it. and even anywhere close. >> what would on it take to rebuild what we need? >> well, a lot more than mr. trump is promising. senator mccain and representative thornbury said it would take about 680 to 690 billion dollar budget and that is about 60 billion more than than what mr. trump is suggesting. we have also to considering we have been in 15, 16 years of war
and a lot of maintenance costs on the ships and within the military. we have to watch exactly what is happening within the force and if new projects and new acquisitions are planned. right now, they are not. >> are you confident in the strength of the u.s. military right now? >> i am. >> especially what we are seeing from north korea and what may be in the future? >> yeah. we have several new demands and it's increasing complex in many areas. we have been on the edge, quite frankly, over the last ten years or so in terms of operating costs and there has been many concerns among the chiefs of the various service will the effects of sequestration. you not only have to have a new budget to build new things but a significant amount of the budget go to things that have been cut over the last several years by the congress during s
sequestration. >> this new ship ""uss gerald r. ford" where do you think it should be stationeded and what does this mite, this construction of this ship say to the world in your opinion? >> first of all, the ford, like i said before, a technological marvel and has less crew members and can launch airport by 25% more. you're seeing a lot of technological designs in this ship. it has touch screen navigation and magnetic launch system and things the rest of the navys of the world are looking at and saying, wow, this is an unbelievable aircraft carrier and displaces 100,000 sons and the world's largest. as mr. trump said yesterday, it is a symbol to the world we are continuing with our attempts at having power to station aircraft around the world on these on
floating platforms. so it does send certainly that message but it's a message we have been sending for quite a long time. >> lieutenant general mark hertling, thank you for the time. >> it's tough to talk about the navy, though. but i appreciate it. >> thank you. ahead, the breaking news. eight people dead. dozens pulled out of a tractor-trailer. this is in texas. some of them children. we have more at the top of the hour. i'm leaving you, wesley.
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new episode of the "'90s." >> tonight cnn looks at race relations during the '90s. here is a preview. >> good morning, everyone. homicide detectives in los angeles are telling the associated press that o.j. simpson' arrest is eminent is eminent in the killings of his ex-wife and a friend. >> today, my office filed murder charges against o.j. simpson for
the deaths of nicole brown simpson and ronald lyle goldman. as of this time, approximately 3:00 p.m., no one knows where he is. >> we thought that the evidence was overwhelming. there is no doubt, this is the man who committed the crime. >> you're looking at a live picture right now. >> you believe that to be o.j. simpson down there below you? >> o.j. was a guy who felt like he was above race. he became the exceptional hollywood live. he had a blond wife and lived in brentwood and played the role very well. >> o.j. sitting in the passenger seat with a gun pointed to his own head. >> if a person who had murdered two white people was a street thug but it would not have been a big case. you do not want to believe that this kind of person would have done this. >> the full episode is tonight at 9:00 p.m. eastern here on cnn. powerful storms have knocked out power to nearly 100,000 people in kansas city.
these thunderstorms moved through the area yesterday and the severe weather included really strong damaging wind. let's bring in cnn meteorologist allison chinchar. the reports say that the winds are caused by downbursts. tell us about these. >> in term of the damage, is actually is very similar to a tornado but also at the same time, very distinguishable when you're looking at the specific damage. in your thunderstorm, you have a lot of that cold air that comes in. cold air descends. but as its comes down it comes down incredibly rapidly and when it gets to the ground it has to go somewhere so it spread out very quickly along the surface. sometime those wind can reach 100 or 150 miles per hour. again, that is very similar to what a tornado would end up doing. the thing with yesterday was we had not just one downburst but multiple around the kansas city area and reports of hail. also over 140 reports of damaging wind. this was why we have a lot of
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surgery which led to a diagnosis of brain cancer. >> it is showing signs he is working hard to get back on his feet. mccain's daughter tweeted this photo of them resting on a bench on saturday. the caption reads amazing hike with dad. senator john mccain this morning. thank you all for your best wishes. we send those best wishes to the senator. >> we certainly do. i want to take a look at a photo here of the president, something he was doing this week for made in america week and got behind the wheel of a vehicle that wasn't exactly moving. with that said, jeanne moos had something to say about the vehicle that wasn't connected to his agenda. >> reporter: he did it in march and now he has done it again. >> his favorite activity fake driving a truck! >> reporter: and both times, he has been mocked for it. most recently this week when he got into a fire truck parked at the white house.
for a made in america event. >> first, pretend to be a firefighter and then he dress up as employ. is trump trying to be all of the village people before the end of his term? >> reporter: but every time the president gets in a big rig, something happens. beware of the curse of the truckdriver in chief. when the president gets behind the wheel, legislation crashes. >> the vote on health care not happening today. >> reporter: almost four months ago, the president got in a truck and blew the horn. but what really got blown that day was the house health care bill. >> now we know they are postponing the vote. the scheduled vote that didn't actually happen. >> reporter: this week the president climbed into the fire truck that sean spicer is visible in a side view mirror taking the president's picture and guess what happened to health care in the senate that day? >> this bill is dead. >> reporter: we are not saying the president's fake driving made health care road kill. we are just driving home the
coincidence. even when the president gets behind the wheel of a golf cart driving over a putting green backfired. slate called it the most monstrous act of any presidency and commend one golf fan. i don't know for he is god. you don't drive golf carts within 20 yard of a green! at least when he drove the fire truck, he didn't turn on the siren. even if health care was going up in flames! jeanne moos, cnn, new york! america mite is second to none. when it comes it battle, we don't want a fair fight. we demand victory and we will have total victory. >> we can tighten up that message and we can expand the through put of that message. i think we continue to win. >> obamacare is dead. democrats are obstru