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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 obstructionists
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and it's solely up to the republican senators to rescue the american people. >> we have to have republicans and democrat come together to solve the problems in this nation. we cannot continue this way. >> do you have any doubt russia meddled through an organized 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! thank you very much for spending time with us this morning. we do have a lot of political news we want to cover with you in a moment but we have to start with breaking news out of texas this morning. >> yes. eight people have been found dead in the back of a semitruck in san antonio in what police are calling a human trafficking
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case. dozen of others were pulled alive from the truck. they are now struggling at hospitals. we know that some of those people who were taken to the hospitals are children. let's get straight to cnn correspondent polo sandoval. the numbers here alone are staggering, considering how many people were packed in the back of this truck. >> reporter: according to the information that we heard from the police chief, too, it seems that several people still had the ability to actually get driven away from the area before authorities got there so there were at least 40 people in the back of that tractor-trailer rig before authorities responded. to this point we do know that overnight, a walmart employee contacted police after being approached by one of the individual who was believed to be in the back of that tractor-trailer rig. police and paramedic responding to the skun founds dozens of people suffering from heat exhaustion and heat stroke and dehydration. they are treating several people where 17 people still list inside life-threatening
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condition. at this point, we dond that the police chief, including the fire chief as well, has already described the scene what they ran into. i want you to hear directly from fire chief charles lahood as he describes what is a massive triage incident in the parking lot of that san antonio market this morning. >> we started extricating people out of the back of semitruck. the air-conditioning was not working so everyone was removed. during that time we had eight patient that were deceived. we had another 20 patients that were either in extremely critical condition or very serious condition and they have been transported to a number of hospitals. we also had eight that were less severity that have been transport by our am bus to another hospital. we utilized helicopters to fly patients out and utilized at least seven area hospitals to transport these people out. >> reporter: the investigation is in its early stages.
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authorities saying that this does seem to be a human strug e struggling operation and san antonio is a stopping point with a process that starts at the mexico border and going throughout the united states. we have seen these situations before, at least 19 people died in 2003 in victoria, texas. also as early as 2015, nearly 40 people, undocumented individual, were i couldn't do from the back of an 18-wheeler and on the 10th of july, 12 people scud from the back of a truck. it is tragic, but, sadly, we have seen this before, some of these human smugglers who have placed undocumented people in terrible conditions. yesterday it was in triple digits in south texas. we understand that tractor-trailer did not have that refrigerator unit operating. >> polo, we will let you get
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back to trying to find out more. thank you for this. new white house communications director says he is ready to deliver what he calls president trump's, quote, very compelling message to the american people. >> we will hear at least part of it later this morning when anthony scaramucci talks with our own jake tarp on "state of the union." he says push the president's decision through the toughest headlines. scaramucci starts on a critical week for the white house. senior adviser jared kushner is the first member to face questions in the russia investigation and set to speak behind doors with the senate intelligence committee tomorrow. the house will vote this week on fresh sanction on russia
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for meddles. despite lobbying from the white house the bill would give congress new power to block any potential easing of sanctions. >> with me is tom and lynn. tom, first of all, when we talk about scaramucci, he did something interesting. had he a tweet that he put out in last, i believe it was the last 24 hours. ed this. full parentsy. i'm deleting old tweets, past views evolved and shouldn't be a distraction. i serve potus agenda and all that matters. kudos. is it transparent to delete e-mails? >> i think actual transparency would have been keeping the tweets up there. at least ed something. it would have been worse for him had he just deleted them and then we all spotted he deleted them and wrote about that. i guess that is something.
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it's probably part of the realities of working inside this white house and with this president. you have somewhat fickle boss that you're working for inside there. and scaramucci in the past, remember, he started out as a big scott walker donor, big fund-raiser for him at the beginning of the republican campaign. then moved on to the jeb bush campaign and was sort of, i don't want to say a late-comer per se, but i am he didn't really join up with trump until last spring unwhen other republicans are kind of getting on board. so unthere is some nasty things their said. not terrible but, you know, it was kind of where a lot of republicans are. the republicans that we cover day-to-day here in congress used to say many of the same things too. you can go back and mind those things. the transparency thing is hilarious because he is deleting this stuff.
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you shouldn't be deleting anything. >> he owned the fact he is deleting it is the point. when we look at scaramucci and somebody very different than sean spicer. he seems to be very at ease. and very open about the fact, as he said in that tweet, he is here to support the president and that is all that matters right. well, he will figure out, especially we will know nor because he is putting himself in a very big spotlight. he doesn't have to but president trump wants him to decide do you want to do communications and figure out a way to get republican support so congress can pass your agenda or make it a knock-down every day about you're defendinging the president as a personal client rather than the trump presidency' there is a big difference here. when he delete those tweets, it showed that he had -- it's nice, i appreciate getting a heads-up. it showed he didn't quite appreciate the sense of you can't wipe a slate clean as
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easily as deleting it. if he thought that would make it go away. so i was surprised that he thought that would even come close to giving him some kind of blank slate. what is important to see is if he is there every day just going on television, rather than figuring out a way to advance the president's agenda, we will know nor about what his job really is. >> let's move on to the sanctions here. congress is voting on. sanctions against russia, north korea, iran. they gave themselves, congress, some new veto power to block any easing of those sanctions. what message does this send to the president about how congress views his relationship with russia? >> well, it's a pretty big move here from the republican congress. the house, in particular. this is the first big test to see how, a, how trump will respond to this. whether he will sign this new package of sanctions. we are expecting the vote here in the house on tuesday.
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and then also if he vetoes it how will the house and senate respond? will they override a veto and are they ready to override a veto? it's not clear either side wants to head into a showdown just yet but that -- it's a big move, a big decision here by the how. you know this was spearheaded by house majority leader kevin mccarthy putting together bipartisan plan here and what is fascinating about that is a lot of people, a lot of democrat at least behind the scenes had thought that maybe mccarthy was going to carry the water for the white house. you know try to stall this or block it or delay it somehow and not the case and not what is happening. it's really an important mark here in this early in the term. the independence of the congress here. >> lynn, there was a tweet that president trump, then candidate, tweeted september 26th just before the election last year in which ed russia has more warhead
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than ever. north korea is testing nukes and iran got a sweetheart deal there to thank to hillary clinton. those three countries he targeted as well as hillary clinton, those three countries are in this proposal, in this deal. does he have a choice to sign this? not to sign it, i should say. >> well, he has a political decision, he has a government decision, he has foreign policy decisions. >> but he seems to back this up in this tweet that he wrote in september. >> are you looking for consistency? where ner the wrong zone here on. one of the things that is remarkable about the trump presidency is that you can't start a sentence saying, well, normally if you tweet something you would back it up when you're president. there is no normal here. it is risky for him to veto this bill. these are republican-led house and senate proposals. he does this at his risk. i'm not ruling it out because he is wildly unpredictable.
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he does this at his peril because if he seems like he is getting wobbly on russia by vetoing this bill, it only adds to the ongoing very serious, almost kris pcrisis provoking h the federal legislators. >> thank you both for a taking time for us this morning. thank you. >> thanks. >> today on "state of the union" with jake tapper, the new face of the trump white house, anthony scaramucci is talking one-on-one with jake and could this signal a new direction to the presidents? senators rand paul and al franken is also on that show today at 9:00 a.m. eastern on cnn. time to step up to plat pit. white house pressuring congress to vote on health care this week and the vice president calls out members of his own party but does the senate even know what it's voting on? former adviser to the trump
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you can also call those senators to make sure you get health care. >> some people around the country harbor the belief that the democrats will help us clean up the mess they made but as i said and the president said this morning, republican senators must step up to the plate after seven years in vote to repeal and replace obamacare. >> the pressure there coming from the president and the vice president as the senate prepares to vote on a plan to overhaul obamacare or repeal and replace or maybe just repeal it this week. the catch no one knows what the plan is they are voting on. is it to debate or repeal and
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replace? let's discuss now with jack kingston. good morning. >> good morning. >> reporter: i want you to respond marge shrimp who lives in florida and voted for the president and regrets now voting for the president and here is what she had to say. >> it's not the democrats that are stopping him with health care. he stood on platform after platform after platform saying i can bring these people together! i can do it p.m. i alone can do it! what happened? >> what happened? >> well, i think that the president misread and underestimated the stubbornness of the u.s. senate's ability to act like a team. i know as a house member, we were always very frustrated that particularly when newt gingrich was the speaker but also john boehner we talked about a team. you can come to washington and be an independent contractor
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because you only answer to your own constituents and you shape your politic according to them. but then when you get in washington, you're supposed to remember that you not only represent your own particular constituents, but you represent the nation and you do it through a team. your team might be republican and it might be democrat but your power is sticking together in a legislative body and when they don't stick together, then the executive branch is hurt. >> jack, that challenges the specific narrative that the president created for his being elected. he said that i am a person who can bring people together, i am the deal-maker. he knows the art of the deal. just saying to people who rely on these programs and their coverage for their life and livelihood to say i didn't know it would be tough, is that enough? >> in the house the president and vice president were very involved and they had members come down to the white house constantly and they were in the process a lot more. in the senate where the senate actually, i understand from the
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senate leadership, that there was a signal let mitch mcconnell, let us handle it and we will work through this whole thing, mr. president. be on the sidelines but don't get out here on the playing field bus so the white house took their word for that. now it appears that the white house does to vet have to get v involved and you're seeing last two weeks a real surge from the president and vice president saying get out there. the president and vice president are the ones trying and i think people like marge are seeing that the president is out there trying but probably what she isn't seeing is their own senators coming up with ideas and alternatives to say, let's make it happen. >> jack when you say the president is out there trying, i need you to be clear about what that means. the president has not come out and explained what is in this bill. when the president is pushing a major policy proposal that affects life and livelihood, when president obama was pushing the affordable care act and president bush and his second term was pushing privatization in part account for social
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security they explained their plans. i searched. 139 days since the house introduced that bill to repeal and replace the first one. the president has not held a specific single event outside of the white house explaining what he is pushing. >> i think part of this he has been following the instruction of the senate is let us work through this thing. i think rye now the president is in aggressive mode ed do not leave town until you send me a bill, i've got my pen in hand. he did have a number of senators, a number of different times down to the white house to talk. so, you know, i agree with you. i believe that his approach has been more inside washington and inside the beltway right now to get the senators to do what they have been promising to do for seven years. i think the next step is to take the case to the american people and target particular states where the senators have not been as flexible as they should be on the this bill. this is a complicated bill. we all know that. people get addicted to free
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government large is and when you approach it or modify it people get nervous they are losing their free stuff, but, at the same time, i think the american people want the premiums to come down and they want more choices. president obama promised -- >> the president has to get out and explain the specifics of a plan. you predict he will be able to do that. i'm running low on time. i have constraints here. i want to ask you something about the president said this week that we will, his words, let obamacare fail. ed i've been saying it for a long time. let obamacare fail. it will be a lot easier. i think we are probably in that position where we will just let oba obamacare fail. you said this in 2017. you said this in a radio interview. is the president's statement we will let obamacare fail
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responsible? >> i think what he is using it as rhetoric to say to the u.s. senate you got to get off your duff and mitch mcconnell is saying i'm having a vote to repeal similar to the one in 2015 and force members says maybe this isn't the issue of opioids or isn't the time to talk about planned parenthood. this is the time to get serious and -- >> i need to bring you back. you specifically said in this interview that to even say let it fall to pieces on its own weight is irresponsible and if there are things that can be added to this in your own amendment that you tried to add in 2013, that if things can be added to this law at that time to help the american people, people should do that. now you're saying that the president is saying, literally, we will let it fail isn't irresponsible? >> no. again, i think what he is saying he is using that as a threat to get the senators to come forward. remember, victor, the bill was
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7 1/2 feet high. in that 7 1/ feet of paper work four feet is noncontroversial and 3 1/2 are common sense. the republicans don't want to commit that but a lot of in obamacare nobody is debating. i think what the president is saying you really going to let this fail, guys, and just vote to let it die? you know you won't. you will come back and do medicaid and do piecemeal constructions on it. i think the president's great frustration the senate isn't doing anything. by using that as a hammer to get them to vote, hey, okay, just vote for repeal like you've already done i think he is somewhat daring them and conjoeling them and pushing them which is what you have to do with the u.s. senate. i believe by the end of the week we will have progress and it will move in the right direction. i'm an optimist about it. >> jake kington the president has called for repeal and to replace or to repeal and let it
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fail. we will see what happens with the senate vote this week. thank you, jack. >> thank you, victor. more on our breaking news ahead. eight people dead ands dos pulled out of a tractor-trailer in texas. children were among them. we will be back after this break. we're on to you, diabetes. time's up, insufficient prenatal care. and administrative paperwork... your days of drowning people are numbered. same goes for you, budget overruns. and rising costs, wipe that smile off your face. we're coming for you, too. for those who won't rest until the world is healthier, neither will we. optum. how well gets done. whuuuuuat?rtgage offer from the bank today.
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so glad to have you with us. 29 minutes past the hour. i'm christi paul. >> i'm victor blackwell. good sunday to you. breaking news out of the texas. eight people have been found dead in the back of a semitruck in san antonio. >> we know dozens of others were pulled alive from that truck but they are fighting for their lives right now in hospitals and this includes some children. the san antonio fire chief says the temperature inside that truck was suffocating, perhaps as high as 115 degrees. i spoke to him about the conditions he found when he arrived on scene.
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>> our units arrived about 12:36 this morning for a 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 were dead. wre quickly 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 them are going to have irreversible brain damage. that was a refrigerator truck with no refrigeration. the inside of the truck was
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conditions nobody would survive in so we are fortunate they were found because if they had spent another night in that environment, we would have 38 people had not survived. joining us now is cedric xampl alexander. we know that often in these human smuggling operations, it's more than just a man with a truck. there are other people, other entities involved. talk to us about what they are going through now to determine exactly how broad this potentially is. >> well, this is certainly going to be at the beginning of the investigation, victor, but here is what we have to keep in mind is that human trafficking is one of probably the most atrocious human rights violations on the planet. in the case in this country, we find statistically that human trafficking is used primarily for both sexual -- taking sexual
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exploitation and along well, too, forced labor. it is a continuing problem and if you look at the location there in san antonio, which is in close proximity to mexico, it would be interesting to see who the victims were in the back of this tractor-trailer, but over 25% of the cases around human trafficking, oftentimes, come from out of mexico which borders this country as we all know. >> the fire chief said of the dead, it seemed the eight people who died were all male. we know there was store video surveillance that has already been reviewed. a number of vehicles came in and picked up a lot of those folks that survived in that trailer and left by the time police got there. what do this he do now to try to find those people? >> well, it's going to be a far reaching investigation. those that were able to survive
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that unfortunate ordeal are going to be key witnesses in terms of where they were picked up, who were those persons involved, wherever the point of origin of origination may have occurred will be key questions in the investigation. of course, people in the community as well have to take part in this because if they see anything or hear anything that appears to be out of the norm where people are traveling alone, they seem to be disoriented or they seem to be somehow in danger regardless of whether you know exactly what is going on or not, it's a great idea to call your local law enforcement because this is such an unfortunate, sad act of violations of someone of human rights and almost unspeakable. >> you talked about how important the survivors are to this investigation but what degree of cooperation do you expect that investigators will get? you have people who are, obviously, vulnerable, trying to
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come into the country, and know that they have been caught, thank god the survivors have escaped with their lives but some of them may be down right just afraid to give up that information. >> well, certainly, victor, you're going to have that level of apprehension and people will be scared or fearful and they are going to be tired and hungry. but it's those investigator and those who have worked with this population of those who have been victims of human trafficking they know steps and they have been trained and know how to joy people and get them comfortable and get them to a place where they understand their safety is the most important than anything else. what you will find, in most cases, many will help law enforcement and assist in those type of investigations. even in spite of the fact they may fear some idea being deported. i think the most important thing is that we have learned in this government to work closely, of
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course, with our mexican law enforcement counterpart, should that be where they have came from and we don't know that for certain. but usually what you will find in those cases is that they will cooperate, somebody that was in that truck will cooperate with authorities. >> cedric alexander, thanks for your expertise this morning. up next, after being told that they can't bring their baby to the u.s. for treatment, the parents of charlie guard will have another chance to convince authorities in court this week, but who has the right to what happens to this child? that debate is coming up. the worse violence in years erupts in jerusalem and now the u.n. security council is taking this up tomorrow. military famil, and it really shows. we've got auto insurance, homeowners insurance. had an accident with a vehicle, i actually called usaa before
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11-month-old with this rare genetic disorder. his parents want to bring him to the united states for therapy and the hospital argues every operation has been considered and a trip to the u.s. would not be in the child's best interest. so joining us to talk about this arthur kaplan an ethicist at nyu and zach goldback a negligence lawyer. the parents have the money for this experimental treatment. they have a doctor who is willing to perform it. what is the harm of letting them exhaust every resource here? >> well, this is a tough, tough case because we are in a situation where you're worried that a the love the parents have for charlie trying to help them may be blinding to the fact they may be hurting him. the guardian that has been assigned to this case have come down on the side of the doctors because they worry that charlie
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may be suffering. you don't want to prolong his life if he is in pain or suffering. if that isn't true, then i think the parents' case is stronger but right now that is what the court is sender about. >> zach, do you know any case where the medical experts supersede a parents' will? >> there are all cases of that they will supersede but it's really about the judge considering all of the evidence. it's not about one superseding the other. these cases come to court because the family and the clinicians don't agree and, therefore, there has to be judicial intervention in that way, so it's fthere was, obviously, an grooemtagreement could be reached in these case that is the premps but otherwise the courts have to step in. >> i think it's so hard for people to wrap our head around this because of the pictures that we see. anybody who has children or has a love for children understands
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the will and the determination of a parent and one of those people that understand it is congressman jamie herrera-butler in the u.s. she is an example of a mother. her baby girl was diagnosed with some sort of handicap in the womb. she had no kidneys. she was told her daughter would -- it was fatal. she would die either before birth or right after. she was able to find a doctor to give her daughter an experimental treatment and that is the daughter we are seeing there. she is now 4 years old. miracles can happen, we know that. arthur, what is the risk to this child? what is the suffering as it's been argued that he may further endure if he is brought to the u.s. and this experimental treatment is tried? >> let me say, first, i'm not sure charlie is strong enough to be brought to the u.s., more likely someone would have to go to him. he's on a lot of technology. remember, he is blind.
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he is deaf. he is paralyzed. he can't breathe on his own and his brain didn't form properly. he is going to have a lot of disabilities. what is being proposed isn't to cure that. what is being proposed is to let him get some muscle strength back and perhaps live with it longer. but there the courts are starting to think if charlie is still suffering, he is in any kind of pain, then making him live longer isn't in his best interest. we have a law in texas that hat same procedures laid out that lets doctors step in and override parents and we are familiar with case where parents want to do something that might on want to hurt their child, avoid giving them medicineses and so on so there are circumstances we override parents. i'll say this. if charlie isn't suffering, fountain parents are trying to do what is best for him, i can support that. but if he in any kind of pain or suffering, you've got to have somebody step in for his best interests. >> zach, how dorm the pain or
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suffering he may be going through for the fact he can't speak and he can't communicate? he is too small. how would you argue for these parents if you were neck to them in court this week? >> speaking about the first part of the question, i think we have to rely on the clinical studies, that there has been a number of expert who have now considered this case. earlier or last week, before the hearing tomorrow, there was a meeting with the clinicians, the doctor from new york and that was chad, a clinical ethicist. that is going to now be considered by the judge. there is a limit, of course, because of charlie's age and because of the fact he can't communicate as to whether he is or is not suffering pain and also how severe that pain might be. of course, if i was acting for the family, one can understand from that point of view why they want to do as much as they can
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for their child but is there a legal framework. there is quite unkovecontrovers and unambiguous and case law that has explained this area and the test is quite clear. it is what is in charl's best interests? i think what the lawyer is doing is right, pushing forward everything they can possible to show, as dr. caplan said this isn't a cure of treatment being proposed but to give him a chance and why not give him a chance? the judge, when he considers all of that has to say is that in charlie's best interest or not? >> arthur and zak, your expertise and thoughts on this very sensitive subject mean a lot. thank you both for being here. >> thank you. >> thank you very much. a father in colorado has been indicted in the death of his 13-year-old son who disappeared back in 2012. mark redwine was arrested yesterday in washington state. a grand jury determined that there is probable cause to charge him in connection with the murder of his son dylan.
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dylan redwine's body was found seven months after his mother reported him missing. he had been staying with his father for thanksgiving on a court-ordered visit. this death investigation went on for almost five years. >> there was never any doubt in my mind ever from day one, i knew that mark had something to do with dylan's disappearance and then, unfortunately, his murder. and now i know it. i know what it feels like to hate! >> mark redwine is being held on a 1st million cash bond. dylan redwine would have been 18 years old this year. 25 palestinians arrested in an overnight sweep in the west bank. some of the worst violence in years is there. we have an update for you. ♪
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so in this week's "staying well," there is a growing trend of virtual farmer's markets bringing local fruit and veggies to your door. >> good. >> do you want to help me empty these out? >> in today's basket we have corn and tomatoes and peppers are coming through. i should get them delivered from a local company that delivers locally grown fruits and vegetables. you go online and pick which basket option you want. when it's been picked two days before and you're eating it. and it's in season. so the nuances and taste is something that you can't describe to someone until they put it in their mouth. nobody needs to teach a kid to like cookies. but you might need to teach your kids to like green vegetables. >> if you ever noticed a tomato in a grocery store, it doesn't have a ton of flavor and hard as
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violence. the arab league will hold their own meeting on wednesday. a palestinian man died in the hospital last night after another day of clashes. the protests are continuing around jerusalem's old city. they were sparked by demonstrations against new security measures at the holy site. up next, the road to recovery. a heart felt tweet from senator john mccain's daughter. and the photo, look at this, indicating the republican from arizona is ready for a strong come back. (vo) dogs have evolved,
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>> an angry crowd roamed through the crown heights section of brooklyn demanding justice after a motorist ran a red light and hit two black children, killing one and critically injuring the other. a student was stabbed to death hours after the descent. >> for several days there was rioting, blacks attacking jews and i got the blame for that. when the mayor went to crown heights to try to ease tensions, he was boo'd and forced to retreat. >> i think too often black elected officials have conned white americans by telling them what they want to hear, letting them go to bed feeling everything is cool and it's not cool. >> we'll do everything necessary to protect everyone. >> there was no one truth. the blacks, of course, called that a murder. the jews called it an accident.
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there were two completely different realities. >> david dinkins is trying to please everybody. he was pulled in all different directions trying to prove wasn't just a black mayor. >> your mayor works for you. commissioner brown is working for you. >> similar tensions are simmering in cities across america. legions of young black men and women unemployed and losing hope believe they have been abandoned by the larger society and they are angry. >> "the nineties" airs tonight. >> john mccain is recoup rating from blood clot surgery when led to a diagnosis of brain cancer. he is showing signs that he's working hard to get back on his feet. >> mccain's daughter megan tweeted this photo. this is the two of them resting on a bench saturday. the caption reads, amazing hike with my dad this morning. thank you all for your best wishes. of course, we continue to send
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our prayers and best wishes to the senator and his family. >> no doubt. thoughts and prayers to the whole mccain familiarly. thank you so much for sharing your morning with us. we always appreciate it. hope you make good memories today. >> "inside politics" with john king starts right now. >> he's in. >> president has really good karma. >> and he's out. >> this was the largest audience telephoner witness an inauguration. >> period. both in person and around the globe. >> the trump presidency at the six month mark number big legislative victories and expanding special counsel investigation and historically horrible poll numbers. >> the ship going in the right direction. >> "inside politics "oishgs the biggest stories sourced by the best reporters now. welcome to "inside politics." i'm john

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