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hello again and thanks so much for being with us. the stakes are high as president trump prepares to deliver his first speech at the united nations general assembly going into the much anticipated gathering. his administration is gathering up rhetoric on north korea. >> i think we all know that basically if north corekeeps on with this reckless behavior, if the united states has to defend itself or defend allies in any way, north korea will be destroyed. we all know that. none of us want that. none of us want war. we also have to look at the fact that you are dealing with someone who is being reckless,
irresponsible, and is continuing to give threats not only to the united states, but to all of their allies. something is going to have to be done. >> this morning the president alluded to recent sanctions placed on the rogue nation and took a swipe at the north korean dictator saying i spoke with president moon of south korea last night and asked him how rocket man is doing. long gas lines forming in south korea. too bad. athena jones live from the president's golf club where he is spending a good part of today wherever he heads to manhattan. the president has been critical of the un in the past. might this message change the tone at all? >> you are right. the president has been quite a skeptic of the united nations. he made no secret of that and we heard him on the campaign trail delivering harsh criticisms and
we called the utter weakness and incompetenc incompetency. the he said the un is not a friend of freedom and democracy and not a friend to the united states. we should hear the president singing a different tune at this week's meetings at the un general assembly. this is the president's first turn on the most high profile stage in the world. 193 member nations taking part in this week's summit. the president's address on tuesday is going to get a lot of attention. listen to his how national security adviser gave us a preview of what we can expect speaking on fox this morning. watch. >> he thinks that the speech is a tremendous opportunity to reach so many world leaders and emphasize three themes. the first is to protect the american people. the second is to promote american prosperity and the third is really to help promote accountability and sovereignty.
>> and there you heard general mcmaster talk about how this is a tremendous opportunity for the president to speak to so many world leaders at once. it's a chance for the world leaders to take the measure of president trump and see how he promotes his america first agenda. we heard so much about this at this global meeting of a body aimed at solving the world's problems together. we should mention that the president is going to have a series of meetings with world leaders and host hoe receptions and a lunch. a lot of topics are on the agenda from syria to venezuela and isis among others. >> thanks so much. >> u.s. secretary of state rex tillerson making it clear efforts failed with north korea and a military option may be the only one left. listen. >> our strategy has been to undertake this peaceful pressure
campaign we call it enabled by the four nos. we do not seek regime change or collapse or accelerated reunionification or a reason to send our forces nor the demilitarized zone. the peaceful pressure campaign is built around putting together the largest and strongest international coalition we can to send the same message to north korea and the neighbors, china and russia. this is the policy of the rest of the world. they were expressed to impose the strictest sanctions ever. all of that designed to bring north korea to the table for constructively productive dialogue. if our diplomatic efforts fail though, our military option will be the only one last. >> cnn global affairs elise. a lot of messages coming from the white house and how might
this mixed messaging be received? >> obviously secretary tillerson will be emphasizing that option because he will be meeting and president trump will be meeting with the world leaders. you have this administration sending a message to kim jong un. that's what the message is. to kim jong un as a military deterre deterrent. if you think about taking this further and you are going to launch missiles either at the u.s. allies or the united states, this is not going to end well for you. this is suicidal. i think that's what the military option discussion is. it's for a country like china that obviously does not want to seek instability on the borders and the message to china, if you don't get tough with north korea on the sanctions, this is where we are headed. >> how important are the sideline meetings going to be? isn't that where deals are struck and agreements are made?
>> i think really the un general assembly is a side show, if you will. the real business is in these one on one meetings and the diplomatic sideline meetings and president trump will be meeting with the leaders of south korea and japan. he's also going to be meeting with the israeli and palestinian leaders and they will be laying out broad talking points in the speech. this is where they get to the nitty-gritty about north korea. this is what i need you to do. what's unfortunate is that the president from china who is critical to all of this is not going to be there. you will see president trump lining up with the south koreans and the japans of the world, but not with china whose help they really need. >> thanks so much. let's talk about all of this now with representative ted liu, a
congressman from california. in president trump's debut now speech at the un, he is expected to push an american first agenda and sovereigntiy from hr mcmaster. he will be pushing hard that message and even nikki haley said it will be a strong message. how do you think the president's messages will be received? >> thank you for that question. let me first say i want the president to make us proud. i hope he reads from his speech and does not go off script. i'm pleased he is speaking to the general assembly because it shows he takes it seriousry. the trump administration recognizes we can't do this alone. we have to work with the international community. we have to work with them. >> they have been talking tough on north korea. the ambassador to the un, nikki haley suggesting that it may be time to let the secretary of
defense take care of north korea. this is what she said. >> we were being responsible where north korea is being irresponsible and reckless. we were trying to use every diplomatic possibility that we could possibly do. we have pretty much ousted all the things we could do at this point. now i said yesterday i'm happy kicking this over to general mattis. he has plenty of military options. i think that the fire and fury while he said this is what we can do, we wanted to be responsible and go through the diplomatic means to get their attention first. if that doesn't work, general mattis will take care of it. >> sorry that the message you want and the global audience should be hearing? >> no because first of all it's not true. they have not exhausted all diplomatic options. i served under the command in guam when i was active duty with the air force. none of those options are good.
that's why we need to look at the options and even those, the trump administration has not nominated an ambassador for south korea. it's disrespectful to the allies. we have it nominated for nuclear nonproliferatio nonproliferation. they need to take diplomacy much more seriously and exhaust all the options before looking at the dark and bloody path of war. >> without the vacancies filled, how does that weaken diplomatic efforts in the region? >> you have a secretary of state that has as the main priority cutting the state department and not having positions filled when he should be looking at diplomacy and other hot spots. we need to take it much more seriously and before the trump administration tries to go down the path to war and explain to the american people why we will do the conflicts, we need to try
diplomacy first and the administration has not done that well. >> with the america first agenda has been his travel ban which has been tied up in the courts this morning. his national security adviser hinted that ban may be just the first step. listen. >> if you can't screen people effectively to know who is am can be into your country, you shouldn't allow people from that country to travel. what the travel ban is is a first step in better screening. better sharing of information. to encourage governments to meet the requirements so it allows to protect our own people. >> will we see a new one? >> this is something we are looking at. how to protect the american people better. >> there is that message and not too long ago from the president of the united states as it relates to the terror attack in
london. and underscoring he believed the importance of the travel ban was all about. what are your thoughts on this message? >> the president's proposed muslim ban helps isis and helps him recruit. isis wants a war against islam and that is not something the united states should be engaged in. also the muslim ban based on its own terms makes no sense. it was mostly from saudi arabia, egypt and uae. none of them are in the muslim ban. this doesn't seem to make sense. my hope is that the supreme strikes it down. >> with sanctuary states and sanctuary cities, california is expected to be a sanctuary state. are you confident that this will happen and will be effective and popular. >> i believe governor brown will
sign the legislation. based on the facts, people who are born in the united states commit more crimes than people not born in the united states. that's a fact. all of this sort of evilness we are attributing to people not from the united states is wrong on the facts and it's my hope that california does become a sanctuary state. it's good for law enforcement, local law enforcement support this is and it is the right thing to do. >> congressman ted liu, thanks so much. >> straight ahead -- >> be prepared to be shocked when you get here. don't expect all the services you need. >> the florida keys now open to all residents, but officials warning people to brace themselves for the aftermath. plus another big storm is following irma's path. y thirty-two named storms raging in the atlantic. ♪ "zorba the greek" by mikis theodorakis ♪
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>> welcome back. we are keeping a close eye on the atlantic where three named storms are churning and one of them, thunderstorm maria could follow the same path irma took a week ago. this as people in the florida keys get a chance to return home to take stock of the kj. more on the triple threat from martin savage. >> people coming back today. the first time many of them are seeing for the ground level. some of them are coming home to homes that are not there anymore. this is one clear example and it's not just this one. there are many homes like it. the blue tarps are starting to
go up and a sign of what a lot of people are doing. they wanted to try to secure the property as best they could and many of them are planning to leave because there is no water or electricity or nothing to sustain your kind of life. there was another woman i spoke to who just returned home. she found it intact. >> i have been coming here since i was a child and having seen this place over and over and see it now is heard breaking. i tried pretty much all the way down to be honest. it was difficult. very difficult. >> when you get past marathon the landscape changes and every mile is worse and worse and the
knot gets tighter and tighter and you see or your house and it looks better than you thought or oh, my gosh, it's not. some look better on the outside, but you have storm surge ideas. had in this area so heavily hit, a lot of heart break. in key west, a lot of trees are gone. >> that drive is not an easy drive. one lane each direction. it takes some time andy woo are talking about so much damage along the way and are you finding when people make that journey, they have have to turn around and go back because there is noplace for them to stay even temporarily. >> housing is a real issue because as you know, there is not a lot of open land so trying
to build a fema city is hard to do. you are right because the drive down took them a while to fix u.s. one to snake trek. they are worried about people so distracted by the debris and the change of the lives, they had a number of car accidents already. this is to be expected as people return home. that's why some argue to get justice too soon. >> very tough drive and tough discoveries made. let's bring in julie martin in the weather center with more on the triple threat. >> no great in the tropics and we have jose, the category one hurricane and maria is to watch. expected to be a return later today. let's focus on maria. a 65 mile per hour storm moving to the west northwest around 15.
the hurricane hunters brought back data for us bringing the winds up to 74, making it a category one hurricane barely. we are expecting this storm to strengthen by the end of the day and be a hurricane. eventually a major hurricane. we are dealing with very warm waters here and encountered warmer waters and expecting this to strengthen and something eerie to take a look at. and we take a look at the path that maria is following. especially in terms of the islands. it's looking early similar over the next several days. some of those areas that were so hard hit in irma could get hit again with possibly a category three major hurricane coming
their way. beyond that the models are still a little out as far as whether or not this will have a direct impact on the u.s. for now, not looking so good in the islands. >> not very encouraging at all. still ahead, the russia investigation. >> they are having trouble getting in touch with paul manafort. when will you send him a subpoena? >> the response and the plans for the adviser next. hello, discover card.
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>> two big names are set to answer more questioning in the russia probe. dianne feinstein, the top democrat told cnn she intends for donald trump jr. to testify before the judiciary committee sometime this fall. trump jr. talked to senate investigators for five hours last month. the california senator said this about the president's former campaign chairman, paul manafort. >> your committee in the senate judiciary is having trouble getting in touch with paul manafort. when will you ask chairman grassley decide to send him a subpoena? >> we will likely do that if he refuses to come before the
committee and one of the things we want to do before is investigative work. we have the people who can do that. >> with us now is david jacob n jacobson. what's your view about how they are handling david jr. is this taking too long? they flied committees to stone and donald trump jr. they have been complying all along. i can't speak to senator feinstein's ability, but i'm sure she will one way or the other. this is like a drip, drip, drip
scenario. i would advise them to get it done as quickly as they can. >> the american people deserve to see the daylight and we need manafort to testify in public. we ahead at to get to the bottom of this and get to the facts. they need to see with full transparency all that happened and the testimony out in the daylight. >> we need fact, we don't want a circus. if you have them publicly testify, it creates more of a circus. >> if i remember correctly, the republicans brought secretary clinton to testify about the benghazi issue. you think the reality is for republicans to say that these individuals and trump associated and part of the campaign and folks in the white house who are
part of the conversation as it relates to russia, it's only fair that the republicans force hillary clinton to do so. >> in general the public testimony is about transparency? >> that's the idea. it ends up becoming this circus show. we saw that with secretary of state hillary clinton. what do you mean a circus show? >> for becomes -- people are clearly very engaged and thirst of of information? that makes it a circus? what you end up seeing is all the members start grandstanding. it's not because they are trying to chase the truth, but the 2020 presidential primary cycle. >> all right. outside of russia, there seems
to be a sentiment, a reaction to and a hunger for bipartisanship, particularly as it pertains to deals being made. we saw the latest example of donald trump sitting with democrats and meeting with democrats. here's the point of view of a republican senator john mccain about all of that. >> this president is full of surprises, but it should be both republican, democrat and the president. yes, he surprised the republicans with the deal that he made with chuck and nancy. what should take place is the three of them, both leaders, republican and democrat and the president sit down and say we have a problem here. we need to fix it. >> it's funny he would have a difficult time saying the whole chuck and nancy as opposed to
senators. dave, do you think bringing in house speaker paul ryan and senate majority leader helps or hinders the president's ability or desire to reach out to democrats? >> look. putting on president trump's hat, he didn't need them to pass raising the debt ceiling or continuing resolution until december. democrats ought to be wary about making a deal with the president when it comes to the issues like dak a. the president insinuated that he is open to a deal, but hasn't said anything in terms of putting forward a plan to make sure the daca recipients have a pathway to citizenship. if they make a deal allowing the recipients to come here and neglecting to create a pathway for citizenship, they are seth up a system where they could have a two class system and you have individual who is could get a pathway to a green card and can't become american citizens. they campaigned on a platform
whether you are in the bernie wing and comprehensive reform to strengthen the border and created a pathway to ttsship for those living in the shadows. >> are you saying this is a side show and not something that is really tangible? >> not necessarily. we have not seen the tangible blueprint and i will be interested to see what the elements are. i'm just saying largely like democrat, the latino voters are important as we look at the 2018 election. they will be turned off if we have a two-tiered class system. they ought to hold the line and make sure they put forward a pathway to citizenship for the daca recipients. >> wary or strategic? >> hugely strategic and a brilliant move. when i saw trump reach across the aisle and make the harvey funding relief deal, i thought
wow, this is the moment that trump became post partisan and is now laying the solid foundation to get reelected in 2020 if he is able to show he is beyond party politics. that's what we are saying. if john mccain should sit with mcconnell, they are in their partisan corners. if he can reach across the aisle and make a deal that is in the best interest of americans and not partisans, he gets reelected in 2020. >> the one challenge is you have rush limbaugh who called the move potentially ignorant and other republicans out there essentially lam basting the president for the move. i think the question is, does he look hypocritical to his bis? immigration and campaigning on mexico paying for that wall was a massive element of his platform as a campaign in 2016. >> so far what we have is the talking part, but still no deal. >> no action yet. right. >> next time maybe a deal.
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>> we are following a developing story out of france where people say four female american tourists were attacked with acid earlier today at a train station in marseille. two of the victims were taken to the hospital and say the attacker was a mentally unstable woman. she was arrested and later hospitalized. there is no evidence that the attack was terror group related. >> london police arrested a 21-year-old man, the second
arrest in connection with friday's train explosion. police have also searched a house in a suburb west of london. an 18-year-old man police arrested saturday remains in custody. the terror threat level has been downgraded to severe meaning a new attack is considered highly likely. a bomb detonated in a train during rush hour friday morning. teresa may is headed to the united nations and said the terror threat will be at the top of her agenda. >> one of the issues we need to be addressing and i will be raising this when i'm at the united nations is the question of the use of the internet by terrorists for terrorist planning, but also using it for the spread of extremism and hatred and propaganda. >> cnn is following the story for us from london.
how much do we know about the latest arrest? >> minimal about this 21-year-old arrested out of the west of london. that occurred 10 minutes before midnight in the past day. just now. that resulted in the house being searched and in the last 48 hours and it all began it seems for the arrest of an 18-year-old man in dover. the port that heads towards france. they were trying to flee the country, but the investigation is moving very quickly and making good progress and that may be the reason why the threat level was produced from the highest and they got their head
around the cell and suggesting there may not be a lone wolf and a number of individuals. they rocked by the most substantial attacks getting the most public transport and the metro. most people getting po work every day and it hasn't been attacked in the way it was in a recent few days. and that's the most substantial part. >> they said donald trump's sentiments was not helpful. such speculation was not helpful. how is that relationship being measured? that's with the president of the united states. >> it always has been keen to show she can be chummy.
they hail from similar parts of the political spectrum. even teresa may's secretary said when questioned about the suggest that the police had the attacker in their sights. she said that was peer speculation. she encouraged donald trump not to be tweeting on his phone. one is constantly been on the discussion and they felt by the public of london and that visit seem to have been put back. thereeresa may suggests that bee of the relationship that is so permanent and strong and enduring, she can be blunt in the example of the u.s. paris climate change deal. certainly donald trump on the world stage in the coming peek in new york has not been like it
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of the u.s. embassy in havana, cuba. take a listen. >> on cuba, some senators suggested closing down the embassy there. should that happen? >> we have it under evaluation. it's serious with respect to the harm that individuals have surfed and we brought should have those people home. it's under review. >> den diplomats have experienced headaches and brain swelling. cnn correspondent, to you first. these reports that there have been the sonic >> absolutely t sounds strange but something the united states government is taking seriously and frustrated about. the most recent number is 21 u.s. diplomats and family members and a number of canadian
diplomats have been affected, it began last year in november when u.s. diplomats began feeling strange symptoms that would strike them suddenly and if they left a room it would stop. some of the symptoms are mild traumatic brain injury, permanent hearing loss, loss of balance, severe headaches brain swelling and cognitive disruption. what would happen they would be at their homes late at night and suddenly hear something on occasions very loud noise that caused physical symptoms and quite quickly diplomats ascertain this was something directed at them, sonic weapons which emit a ray, a wave of sound, some kind of signal that makes you feel physically unwell. here is where it gets more mysterious, fred, is no one, certainly not the u.s. officials that are investigating this, are aware of such a device. so we're talking about a device that no one was aware existed.
it is a new capability and they're not sure who has it, what involvement cuba has because it's unlikely that you could have this kind of operation in cuba, without the cuban government knowing. cuba denied any involvement, but on the u.s. side, they just don't take that at face value. they kicked out two cuban diplomats from the u.s. as a reaction and secretary of state tillerson says he wants answers and they are not taking the cuban denial and want the cubans to come forward with more answers about what exactly is taking place here at the u.s. diplom diplomats. >> patrick, are we talking about at the residences of these diplomats that this kind of activity would be potentially directed at them there? >> absolutely, and so what took place and we're talking about multiple residences across havana, areas that are very well guarded and are under constant
surveillance by cuban authorities that somebody brought some sort of device either inside their houses or outside their houses and according to u.s. officials, use that device to make them ill, to harass them. it didn't always happen to the top people here. it was not u.s. officials feel some sort of surveillance operation that went wrong. they feel this was a targeted campaign of harassment and that cuban officials know more than they're saying. >> okay, and so elise, what is being said in diplomatic circles, because this happening also at a time when this administration is already expressed wanting to promote some changes in the exist epsenf the u.s. embassy in cuba part of the legacy of the previous administration. >> up until now the u.s. is not talking about cutting diplomatic relations with cuba. president trump has taken a tougher line in terms of some of the relaxing of sanctions and
such, but look, the u.s. does not know who's responsible. as patrick said, they do know that some elements of the cuban security services and such must know about it, because they keep such a tight rein on u.s. dip mow m low mats, they have to rent their houses from the government, they're closely monitored but they do not know if the cuban government is per se behind this. they also think it could be a third country such as russia, who used these kind of weapons during the soviet union and such. i think secretary tillerson is talking more about the embassy, because he received this letter from senator rubio senator burr calling attention to this serious issue. clearly the u.s. is very concerned. all right, thank you so much. "newsroom" continues after this. but first this week's "future
tense." a. >> imagine where virtual reality puts you into an entirely world, augmented reality. augment what you see around you. apple didn't create ar but they want to be the ones to take it mainstream. >> ar is the kind of thing that people have seen in laboratories, kind of like what people want to do in the future, but it hasn't been real because it's really, really hard to do. >> that's greg jawsbiak. he invited me to look at the ar apps. >> the app gives you the possibility to place kia furniture in your home. >> we've been there. will the couch fit? will the color look good in the room and most of the time you don't actually know until you try it. well, ikea thinks they've found a way to try it without actually trying. >> it's really like it's really
there in three dimensions. it locks into position, you can walk around it and look does this fit in my home, does it fit with the style i have? does it fit with the colors i have? >> so many companies are focused virtual real identity, virtual reality. all we hear is virtual reality. lot of people were surprised apple came out and said we're going to make a huge push at augmented reality. was that purposeful? >> augmented reality is a lot more exciting. virtual reality generally requires you to have to get a headset, a dedicated device, seal yourself off from the world. augmented reality you're in the real world. you're in your living room placing that couch. we think there's just such broader application of augmented reality. >> so when apple builds the car, augmented reality all around, what will happen there in. >> you must be talking about the lego app we showed at wwdc where they showed the augmented reality cars. >> right. what powers the digital world. communication.
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