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powers on the committee investigating him. it does not seem very bright to me. >> thank you all, i appreciate the time and i thank you all for coming this evening. >> you are welcome. this is cnn's breaking news, we have breaking news on multiple stories across the country. this is cnn tonight, i am don lemon. north korea is launching a missile over northern japan tonight. president trump is briefed from this latest provocation in pyongyang. hours after the president flying back from the storm zone. there were his words b, "bad dus on both sides." that as the controversy heats up over espn janelle hill calling
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president trump a white supremacist, a lot to get through tonight and discuss. i want to begin with north korea. north korea launched tonight of a missile that took over northern japan. joining me now is will ripley live for us in tokyo. thank you for joining us this ooer evening here. what are you learning about this latest launch tonight >> it flew a long distance, don. more than 2300 miles of this trajectory tokyo northern of japan. it would have taken it close to the u.s. territory of guam. north korea is demonstrating they have the capability and the reliable missile that they have now shot twice over northern japan. if they were to point it south, a strong message for the united states and its allieallies. after the north korea's launch, south korea who has been waiting for a missile launch of this kind, they launch their own
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missile that could easily take out north korea's launch site. this site was in their capital of pyongyang. a city that i just woke up yesterday and flew from the same airport where the missile was launched from and it is surreal to come from the country launching this missile and waking up in japan, where people are getting frightening text messages taking them to take cover. >> your 15th trip to the country by the way. there were signs at another launch that was imminent, correct? >> we expected a launch potentially to happen a week ago for north korea's foundation day, holiday. we were in the country, there were military intelligence indicating activities at the launch site, we were on standby ready to go. a thick fog rolled into pyongyang, it was zero visibility. if they were going to launch on pyongyang, it was not going to
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happen that morning. for north korea, their scientific values that they gained from these launches, they send a message. it is also about propaganda. we know they'll have dozens of cameras pointed at the missiles and north korea will be releasing those images in the coming hours. these missiles is never intended to strike the city. it was intended to strike fear that the people flew over and certainly did accomplish that. >> will, this missile and the last both came uncomfortably close to japan. you are in tokyo, are people scared there? >> i would not say they are at the level of being scared. here in japan, people are nervous, this is the first time since world war ii that japanese school children are hearing air raid sirens and being told what to do in an event of an attack. this brings back horrific memories for this country. it was targeted two bombs of
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hiroshima and nagasaki, countries that was scarred and now have to be prepared for another attack. that's certainly reviving old fears. in south and north korea, the area that stands to suffer the most, people are laid back on, this is as threat that they lived with all their lives and for the most part, people shrug it off and go about their lives saying they don't have control over it anyway. >> will ripley, we appreciate your report, 10:00 p.m. eastern on friday. thank you very much. i want to turn to president trump jump right back to the anyw neo-nazi controversy. >> our political contributor, michael nutter and the former
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mayor and matt lewis and our senior columnist of the daily beast, so many titles and so many faces. experts of all things political and knowledgeable. karen, i would like to ask you about the president's meeting today with tim scott. the senate's loan african-american, the president's moral authority was compromised after his comment on charlottesville. here is the president boarding air force one. >> we had a great meeting, tim scott has been a friend of mine for a long time, i supported him when he ran. we had a great talk yesterday and especially in light of the advent of what's going on there. you see bad dudes on the other side also and essentially that's what i said.
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since then with antifa, you look at what happens since charlottesville, a lot of people have written gee, trump may have a point. i said you guys are very bad people on the other side also, which is true. we had a great frconversation. >> he could have said i appreciate the question and we had a great talk and we both learned a lot. why go there? >> he can never admit that he's wrong. we had many conversations about donald trump's personality where he has an in ability to em thin empathize and part of the problem is, he cannot let things go. roy cohn was his mentor who was a horrible person but roy cohn worked during the mccarthy and he was a general council for mccarthy, he taught donald trump to never apologize ever. as a matter fact, you double
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down. that's what donald trump does when he's backed in a corner and it is universal. donald trump did not handle charlottesville the right way. the comments were inappropriate and he looked like he was in a hostage video when he made the comment when he felt that oh, that's what he needed to say. we heard what he really wanted to say that he leabelieves thers some moral kwequivocation here. antifa should be condemn and they did not kill anyone that day. people of tiki torches chanting jews will not replace us -- >> i think it is important to hear senator's comment and get you guys to response. >> he says that's who he is and it is true he has been. i wanted to inform and educate a different positive. i think we accomplished that and to assume that immediately
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thereforthere ever he's going to have an epiphany is unrealistic. what's who he is, do you agree with tim scott? >> yeah, i think that tim scott is a great guy and he has realistic expectations. look, you are not going to change donald trump. maybe you can nudge him and inform him a little bit, i think senator scott had the right expectations there. it is incumbent upon you. >> quick, senator scott admitted that during the time he was talking to trump that trump was trying to justify his position.
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so it was not, trump is set in his ways on this. senator scott, i applaud him and everything he said is 100 true. >> clearly antifa is on the president's mind. he's criticizing a violent left wing radical group antifa. good for r the president for criticizing this violent group. >> now, you understand there is a time and a place for everything. >> right now i am starving, pizza is on my mind but i am not going to have a conversation about it because it is inappropriate to do so and it is inappropriate to be obsessed with antifa when the clear issue was white supremacists and neo-nazis. >> who killed someone. >> he's obsessed with antifa.
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why is he obsessed about antifa and not obsessed with those horrible people, jews will not replace us. why is he does obsess with it? >> the president speaks his mind. he did not say today, i want to make sure for anyone who did not see the overall clips and they are not realizing the full context. he did not say -- he criticized the people involving in the violent which we saw. we talked about charlottesville. there is no equilibrium between the different groups that's out there. the reason why this whole thing happens because of hate groups. >> that's so depressing. why would he be focused on it. if there is no equivalent then --
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>> when we saw those horrific images of people fighting and punching each other. anyone that's involved in the violent, those are bad people and they are not good. if the president is going to criticize the people, i cannot criticize the president for doing that. >> we have to remember, we have to remember the context of this. somebody's conversation with tim scott, no one said mr. presid t president, what did you think of antifa. what did you think of your meeting with tim scott. >> that's right. >> he knows he was -- >> he cannot let things go. it is a psychological barrier for him. he cannot backup and cannot apologize and cannot understand, some what straightforward and simple things that they have some complexity to them. it is not within him to do that. as you were saying as the clip was playing, had a great
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conversation with the senator and i learned some things today, move on. we have seen this movie plays overtime and time over again. he will go over five or seven days obsessing whatever it is and keep on litigating and arguing and bring it up out of nowhere. why not focus on the current? >> when you keep on doing the same thing -- >> insanity. >> that's not what i am saying about the president. when everybody else around you is saying you know what, you got this one wrong and you are like no, no, i did not. what does that say about him? >> obviously, a lack of discipline, there are occasions where a politician would -- i don't want to talk about both sides and then reporter would ask you, you know, do you still believe both sides are
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responsible, that's sort of like what are you going say, right? >> it is a trick question or you'ren ambush question, in this case, he volunteered and donald trump was the one who acted like nothing. so it is bizarre and who knows what it is. maybe you know there have been, i think it is fundamentally comes down to what terra said and what everyone said is he cannot let anything go and cannot just let it go and can see defeat and move on. >> normalizing this idea, jason, i understand the tough situation you are trying to explain any of this. you know the fall back for a lot of the trump supporters as well. he's a different kind of person. he speaks his mind. by the way, we actually don't need to know what's always on any of elected officials' minds. he's an undisciplined person who thinks he can say anything he wants. won the election he has the
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responsible and every now and then he keeps his thoughts to himself. >> if the president is not willing to speak out and say that a group like antifa is a bad group. >> it is time and place. >> it is not the time. >> why did you mess up? >> because he had a conversation with senator scott. the only black republican in the senate who wanted to convey a particular message. >> just be clear -- when we come back. >> why did he come up in the first place? >> we'll continue and talk about this. i am going to play, i am going to ask a question that a reporter asked and play what the
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okay, let me set the scene for you. a bunch of reporters, mr. president, you met yesterday with senator tim scott, he seems to go back to the hill and suggest to supporters that he expressed some frustration of the way you handle the after math of charlottesville african-american republicans, were those things discussed? can you tell us a little bit more about way you reacted? >> we had a great meeting, tim scott had been a friend of mine for a long time. i have been a supporter of him. i was one of his earlier
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supporters and i supported him when he ran. we had a great talk yesterday. i think especially in light of the advent of antifa, if you look at what's going on there. you see some bad dudes on the other side also. herb essentially, that's what i said. now because of what happened since then with antifa, what happened with charlottesville, a lot of people have written gee, trump may have a point. i said you guys are bad people on the other side which is good. we had a great conversation. >> did he answer the question, jason? >> come on. you are the calm guy. the question was a set up, that's really where the question is. >> don't play into it. >> clearly the president had antifa on his find so he went
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and teed it up. [ laughter ] >> this is completely blown out of proportions. >> oh, okay. >> matt, did he answer the question? i did not hear the part of african-americans of his administration or anything like that. did he answer the question? >> no, he did not. >> okay, he did not becaus because -- instead of having things that actually matter on his mind that are consequential. he was still doing and some people have said which is a -- that was an important question. donald trump is not surrounded by any credible african-american conservative republicans that for policy purposes and things like that. >> god bless ben carson, honor
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rosa, she works for the democrats. she had a terrible relationship, she's antagonist with everyone. people who are serious and black conservatives dedicated in ear lives trying to help the black community are being stone walled by her because she's not there to serve herself. >> do they work back in the white house or not interested in hiring. i think it is not a priority for him. policy professionals don't want to deal with that and general kelly, the chief of staff tries to get rid of her. she's not doing anything positive there. >> mr. mayor, come on. that's uncalled for. >> but at a government level and
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people who want to comment. >> right. >> does he know any credible african-americans? >> you understand the point that i am making and the question is a set up to knock the president on issue of race. >> why is that a hard question? >> i am going to ask you, jason, senior african-american in the white house, why are there not any in there, is that a set up question. >> in the question is put for him. a long conversation of how many african-americans in the white house or the administration and go to juxtapose that. >> it is not a fair question. it is a combo question of
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charlottesville. >> i am going to respond to you, whoever the reporter is, senator scott, done, now you want to ask me about my administration, done. that director and whatever the case maybe. it he's a 70-year-old man, he should be able to separate it out. >> if i were to be working with the president right now, that would have been a perfect opportunity to talk about the low in unemployment rate how it led to the increase of unemployment rate. >> what does it got to do with black people. >> race relation in the country would increase. >> you know what though -- >> as a communication -- that's what you do when you don't have an answer or credibility, you
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find something positive and you spin it. if there are were a real communication shot there. >> hold on, hold on. >> that's unfair. >> it is true. >> what legal background did chef? >> she won a credential race. >> okay -- >> why is there more black people in this administration? >> i would love more african-americans. >> that's his answer. [ laughter ] >> hold on. >> i think for the republican party and you know what, quite frankly, you can say for all politics in general. >> that's the answer. >> no, it is not. you are saying this president is not saavy enough to answer a hard question. >> what i am saying is -- what i am saying -- the president is not smart enough to not go down
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a rabbit hole to get trapped by journalists. . >> he did. >> we are talking about antifa and no one else. >> that's cool. we should not be talking about antifa. we talk about antifa all the time. everyone that comes on here who says the violent of antifa, it is unacceptable. and, we have done stories on antifa. there is another network that's all they do of stories of antifa and hardly any stories on the white supremacist that are there. what we realize as we learn it and there is a difference between anty ifa and white supremacists neo-nazi, kkk. >> he was denouncing the violent that was there on that day. >> if he would answer the question properly --
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>> not just that, we could be talking about the fact that he handled this, florida and texas very well. he's on the cities and he's going down there. and i think he's risen to the occasion and he cut bipartisan deal, a lot of conservatives did not like it. he cut a bipartisan deal. the fact that he goes off message here and you know basically brings up this issue or makes it an issue is distracting. i think a pretty couple of weeks that he's strung together now. the photo of him saving cats and animals, -- [ laughter ] >> there are people out there believing it. look at the president saving these cats. it is fake news and it is not real. you have been bamboozled by it.
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>> that's it. part of politics is abou about -- defining the issue and framing the issue and spending your time talking about things that benefit you. >> yeah. >> when ever he does these things. you want to believe that the media is out to get him. if that's the case her's openin the door. if you are watching, mr. president, jason just handed you a nugget. when someone asked you where are the african-americans for your senior administration, "i would love for there to be more." boom, that's a great answer. >> you speak from the heart out of the mouth. >> thank you. fascinating, i love having you guys here. we got to go. the backlash against an espn anchor, who called the president a white supremacist, should the espn standby her?
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mine and she's an important voice in the sport media culture. i think her comments about her regret as we have cacall her st of regrets. there were personal comment that is she said that cast a public light on espn, that says it. she says it and i don't think anybody could say it better than that. she regrets that happen and i take jamelle on her words as i have many, many years. >> brian, it was a fire ball offense during press briefing. did she over step that comment? >> she over step from normal white house and if you think from obama orray began or past modern presidency, we would not hear that. however, we are in a different terrain and different place now
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with sarah sanders. instead of saying she has the right of free speech but it is a fire offense from espn. espn is not firing jamelle. she, s yes, she regrets it and they're trying to move on here. >> people have been fired for tweets. >> yes, they have. you are asking me? >> yeah. >> people have been fired for tweets. >> including at espn. >> donald trump tweets all the time and nobody fires him and questioning everybody and he called everybody racist and he called barack obama racist and he called the movie "jenga" racist and he says the show "blackish" is racisracist. it is a double standard, it is
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unacceptable. >> everyone if it is an outrageous. >> i will let you jump in. i do know from experience that people of color on television who disagrees with him and around him deemed him as racist. if you challenge of the birther issue and those of african-american decenscents we brought up of that particular issue. >> go ahead ben. >> all right, lets take it back to espn here for jaust a moemen. lets be clear, she's not a victim, some people are so mean talking about her. you go out there and you are publicly are the face of their biggest primetime show sports
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center and you tweet out and you think the president of america is a white supremacist and anyone that basically voted for him is a white supremacist and her follow up tweets, you are not a victim when you take the heat. the second thing is this, if you do sports, you do sports, if you represent a sportsn network and you go over to politics and you call the united states of america a white supremacist, you are not a victim, you are an idiot for doing this. let me finish this because it is important. i don't think anybody is fired as long as it is consistent across the board policy of espn. you can go out there and say thinking you want to politically if you work for them because it is a double standard. with sports center and espn, if someone says this about barack obama, it would have been a public apology from espn or from abc and it is not reflected. >> there were people who said
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that. >> there were people who said that about barack obama. as a matter of fact, donald trump himself insinuated that the president -- >> i am not talking about anybody else. >> let me get my point out. this person before he was president led this birther movement which many people deemed as racist, no one called for him or say it was a fire ball offense from "the apprenti apprentice." why the double standard? >> don. >> we are analyzing the situation, why is it a double standard here? >> with all due respect, multiple radio shows of the birther issue and how i thought it was absolutely wrong. there were plenty of people that were conservatives that were calling in saying that he should be fired from "the aprenti appr"
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>> i am talking about the white house. >> okay, the white house mocked him pretty well at the white house correspondent center. >> you are comparing the white house to the podium of a press briefing in america? >> he read the one you will never be president. >> so a joke on jimmy kimmel is the same -- >> come on. you are still the president of the united states of america. >> the joke of the united states is the same as the briefing room. >> don, you are still the president of the united states of america. >> you are making no sense. donald trump said and spreaded lies and repeatedly called president obama a racist and somebody called him a racist and he was outraged about it and used the white house staff to
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back now with my panel. lets keep this about sports. people do get fired for sweets but to say sports is just about sports and nothing to do with politics.
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you look at jackie robertson, sports have changed things. it is not just about sports, is it? >> the intersection of sports and culture, we are in the intersection more than ever we have been before. ray rice and domestic violence and jerry sandusky. >> and colin kaepernick. >> exactly. the nfl protest. last week i wrote a column that was on the front page of the usa today where i talked about the protest and i said in the wake of donald trump's dreadful response to charlottesville. i used that term. there are many ways for sports journalist to deal with the issues in our culture and whether it is domestic violence or whatever it maybe, it is imperative for sports journalists in the 21st century
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to talk about these things. >> i have no problem about that. >> what you are doing is dealing with issues that maybe on the field with colin kaepernick or maybe domestic violence that are involved in the actual game or the people that's playing the game. there is a big difference and i cannot believe i am going to be defending kaepernick. at least his protest, obviously, was involving the sports arena, of course, it is okay to talk about it. that is tweet literally because you hate the president of united states of america. >> it is not because you hate the president of the united states of america. >> a white supremacist. that's not what she was doing. it is not about hatred of the president of the united states. >> it is about what the president has done, his behavior. it is just last month -- refused to condemn the people of the nazis. >> we don't have to go to the
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whole thing again. >> it is a new story. >> okay, let christine talk. >> if you look at jamelle hill's statement, if you look at her statement of regrets. >> she never apologize. >> ben, you know, conservatives are attacking espn and saying its got a liberal biassed. it is been going on for many months. it is putting espn in a tough spot. you cannot stick to sport because sports are political. >> jamelli hill written an essay about this topic and read by her bosses and aprovered a t t. there is a big part of the country that agrees with her and
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feels the way she does and she's channelling that emotions. >> it does not mean you get to say it. >> look, i get your point. that's what he's saying. >> we have to recognize anything she says if it is espn. >> she's representing espn. she's representing a korg corporation. >> okay, let me get in here. you said because she hates the president, is that what you said. >> yes. >> do you think this president hated barack obama? >> i don't think he was a big fan of him, towards the end of him ocbviously. >> this was october 3rd -- hold on, october 3rd, 2012, obama's '07 speech not only show that is obama is a racist but also how the press always covers for him. hello? >> your point is what i am
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trying to figure out. >> what was from donald trump who was hosting "the apprentice" and representing abc at the time and no one from -- nbc at the time. >> tno one said it was a fireabe offense. >> how many people asked the white house that question, don? >> go back and look at the tape. was there any journalists -- >> all right then. >> all right, i got to go. >> it is inappropriate for the white house. >> it is inappropriate for an espn anchor. >> but it was okay for a reality show host to call the president a racist as well. thank you all. when we come back, florida and the caribbean is cleaning up from hurricane airma. we'll bring you the latest
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more than 2 million customers across florida still don't have power and many along the west coast are likely to be without electricity for days to come. president trump and the first lady flew to the devastated south florida to get a firsthand look at the severe damage caused by hurricane irma. he told residents that he's with them one pun herself and he'll visit them again. at least 34 storm-related deaths reported in florida and other states in the southeast. in the caribbean the devastation is severe. whole islands flat entd. one resident saying it feels like they're living in a war zone, like a nuclear bomb went off. irma left at least 44 people dead across the caribbean. >> reporter: from above you can
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see the true scale of irma's violent force. roofs ripped off. trees battered bare. down on the trash clogged streets locals worked to rebuild their lives with little more than their bare hands. time here has stood still since irma hit six days ago. >> the moment is desperate. we're desperate and in need of help. >> this resident says garbage is the biggest threat. >> we see a lot of rats and those carry some diseases that we really don't need at this time now. and that's my biggest concern is if we get an outbreak, what are we going to do? >> scenes like this are carrying out across many parts of the caribbean. house after house street after street devastated. and the basic aid is just dwarfed by the scale of the
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need. christopher terrace says many feel abandoned. >> i talk to my wife who has cancer, and she needs help and we don't get any help because we have no roof, we have no water, we have no electricity. no medication. you know, when you have cancer, you know, you're going to die. but at least to die in better than that, you know. >> reporter: every day desperate families are trying to get out. the military has set up a checkpoint where they wait just half a mile from the airport. after more than 14 hours in the steamy heat a lucky few are chosen to go, leaving behind the battered remains of irma's wrath. most have no idea when they will be able to return. cla ris sa ward, cnn on the
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french side of saint martin. >> thank you, cla ris sa. that's it for us tonight. thanks for watching. i'll see you right back here tomorrow.
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