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it's so fluffy! look at that fluffy unicorn! he's so fluffy i'm gonna die! your voice is awesome. the x1 voice remote. xfinity. the future of awesome. republicans last ditch attempt to repeal obamacare on the verge of collapse thanks to john mccain. >> it's like the great ones get up and theynd up winning. >> i think this could probably mean the strongest ever hydrogen bomb test on or above the
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pacific ocean. >> we can't have madmen shooting rockets all over the place. rocket man should have been handled a long time ago. >> survivors of mexico's deadly earthquake. >> it all happened so fast we didn't have time to get out. in five or six sects the building collapsed. >> st. croix was one of the hardest hit by hurricane maria. >> two days ago this was paradise but everyone is trying to take stock for exactly what it means for their daily loives. >> this is "new day" weekend with victor blackwell and chris tu paul. >> there is a lot goink g on. we're starting with president trump slamming john mccain af r
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after -- >> mccain gave it a thumb's down. the president calling mccain's decision terrible. at a rally last night is when he spoke about this. >> he called kim jong mun little rocket man and saying he should have been handled a long time ago. just days after threatening to detonate a hydrogen bomb over the pacific. >> and iran test fires a new range long range missile. the latest criticism of the iran nuclear deal. let's talk about everything he said. caitlyn has more on what he says on the drama in alabama. >> we saw the president take several swipes against john
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mccain in alabama. we were expecting that after mccain saying he would not support the graham cassidy, one more effort to appeal and replace the affordable care act. but the president said that he was not expecting john mccain to be a no on this. he said he had a list of potential noes and john mccain was not on it. >> they gave me a list of ten people that were absolute noes. these are ten republican senato senators. john mccain's list -- john mccain was not on the list so that was a totally unexpected thing. honestly terrible. repeal and replace because john mccain, if you look at his last campaign was all about repeal
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and replace. repeal and replace. so he decided to do something different and that's fine and i say we still have a chance -- we're going to do it eventually. >> despite john mccain saying he's a no on john cassidy, the president sounding hopeful they can get something done with health care. >> this hurts their effort. >> another target of the president's ire was north korean dictator kim jong-un. it started on tuesday but listen to what he had to say about him in huntsville. >> we can't have mad men out there shooting rockets all over the place and by the way,
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rocketman should have been handled a long time ago. he shouldn't be handled now, but i'm going to handle it because i have to handle it. >> those comments come after new economic sanctions on north korea and after he spent a week at the united nations rallying the community to rally against north korea. >> thank you very much. joining me now to join me now, good morning to you. >> good morning. >> i want to talk about the president's comments about senator mccain's no on this health bull in just a moment but first, is this dead? is graham cassidy essentially done? >> i would say so. the repeal and replace efforts are going to have to reemerge in some other form but october 1st we're not going to see an end to obamacare care.
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we've seen one more time the kons laegs of forces that have made it impossible to do what they say they want to do. >> we have two definite noes which brings them to potentially votes for it. do you expect after hearing from john mccain that she will be a definite no before it hits the floor next week? >> here again, they never change the basic configuration of objections. you know, susan collins octobered to dialing back the medicaid expansion that's so important to people in her state. ran paul has his own set of objections. and john mccain had a procedural question which in many questions saying this is all about saying he wants to know how much it's going to cost, who's going to be
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affected and what the impact is going to be. he also wanted to have dialog across the aisle. it's impossible to me to believe that john mccain was going to drop all of his objections that he's talked about countless times in the past. >> let's talk about what the president said about senator mccain's opposition to the bill. he said that mccain decided to do something different and that's just fine. the president was far more aggressive in arizona avenue the senator gave that thumb's down. >> that's true, but again, talking about john mccain as if he had betrayed the president because he didn't do what somebody had projected he might do and put it on a list and handed it to the president and it's very surprising that anybody on the legislative staff
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on the white house thought he was going to be brought around. nothing has chaenged in the politics of john mccain or of arizona that would lead you to believe that all of a sudden he's going to drop all of his many often stated objections and simply go along and vote for a bill without knowing what the impact would be on arizona or anywhere else. >> the process that john mccain had a problem with had not changed for this bill. >> thank you so much for being with us. let's talk about north korea. the foreign minister may speak to the u.n. general assembly. he'd be taking the podium as his country threatens a large hydrogen bomb in the pacific and after president trump has traded serious threats and insults with kim jong-un. rex tillerson says as even as diplomatic efforts are
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continuing all military options are on the table. the president did promise several time to handle the north korean threat. listen to this. >> we're dealing with somebody that we'll figure out. he may be smart and he may be totally crazy, but no matter what he is, we're going to handle it, folks. believe me. >> we're joined live from tokyo. ben, how are the president's words being received there? >> reporter: certainly here there's rising concern. it's simply the tone of the rhetoric, rather the insults going back and forth between the united states and north korea. the japanese defense minister expressing concern that if anything is fired by the north koreans it will as it has twice already in the last month fly
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over japanese territory, particularly concerning to people here is the foreign minister who's attending the general assembly where he said they would detonate a nuclear device over the pacific. this is what he said. >> translator: i think this could probably mean the strongest ever hydrogen bomb test on or above the pacific ocean. >> and of course, japan has a very unhappy history with nuclear weapons in this sort of talk certainly disturbs them. i've just been surveying some of the stories coming out of the central korean news agency. and if you look at the kind of insults being thrown at president trump. as you know i normally report from the middle east. what we hear there is mild compared to what is on the
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official news agency. one of the articles describing president trump as a low iq money grub ir and that's just the insults i can repeat on cnn. >> good point. speaking of the middle east i want to take your right now there, ben, because iran has test fired a ballistic missile that's capable of carrying multiple war heads. this is something that could reach saudi arabia, possibly israel. >> it's important to keep in mind that this missile has a range of 1,250 miles. iran's missile program is not covered by the 2015 nuclear agreement between iran and the five permanent members of the u.n. security counsel including
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united states plus germany. and in fact, after that agreement went into effect last year, the u.n. security council passed a resolution calling on iran to refrain from developing missiles for the next eight years. the iranians claim this is only for defensive purposes. but there is a link between north korea and iran and that is north korea sees that iran has a nuclear deal with major world powers but still the united states under president trump wants to dismanlts l that agreement so what is the incentive for north korea if possibly they were to work out on agreement with world powers on its nuclear program? how do they know the united states will stick to it? so it's all interconnected and all cause for concern.
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>> so good to get your insight. thank you. president trump ripped nfl players who kneel during the national anthem. >> get that son of a [ bleep ] off the field right now. out. >> and more to say on the attack on colin kaepernick and how former and current players are reacting. >> and people are under an emergency evacuation after a dam has failed. take a look at the latest pictures. >> and after being trapped for more than 17 hours earthquake survivors pulled from that mess. cnn visits those victims as they recover to hear their stories. tg keep you sidelined. come on! that's why you drink ensure. with 9 grams of protein, and 26 vitamins and minerals... for the strength and energy, to get back to doing what you love. ensure, always be you.
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somebody disrespect it is flag to say he's fired? >> president trump calling on the nfl to fire players who kneel during the national anthem. >> he took the time to endorse lisa strange and to go after players like colin kaepernick. a last year kaepernick drew national attention for refusing to stand. so you have to wonder who the reaction is from the nfl. >> we'll get to that in a second because it was strong as you can imagine. but players like colin kaepernick says they're not protesting the anthem our our nation or the military. i talked to michael bennett. they're using their stage and their platform to speak out against racial and social
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injustice in our country, but a lot of people feel that is anti-american to kneel and president trump played to their narrative. let's get to some of those players reactions. he said, shaking my head all because kaepernick is exercising his right to protest. and broncos max garcia, where was this passion in response to charlottesville? does anyone speak to politics like they tell us to stick to sports? >> so trying to create positive change in their communities, many have asked should athletes stick to sports? should these players not use their voice to combat racial injustice. should players not use their platform to fight the fight against cancer? let us know, tweet us at "new
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day" atavic torr blackwell and let us know your thoughts and perhaps later in the show we can get your thoughts involved as well. >> this was a rally to endorse a candidate. i wonder if the candidate himself endorses the president's comments because there was a lot that was off script last night. >> all right. thanks. >> thank you. so after donald trump criticizes the iran nuclear deal at the u.n. earlier this week, a brand new long range missile. thousands of americans in puerto rico are leaving those towns as the dam teaters on total collapse there. the aftermath of hurricane maria. hey grandpa. hey, kid. really good to see you. you too.
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welcome back. i'm christy paul. >> iran has test fired a new ballistic missile just hours after showing it off in a parade. >> it's capable of carrying multiple war heads. they say it has a range of more than 1,200 miles. that would make it capable of reaching israel and saudi arabia. now, iran plans to strernten both its missile capabilities and military defenses. >> well, president trump again going after kim jong-un before a crowd in alabama. the two leaders traded insults and threats day after day. last night president trump promised to keep america safe but also expressed a lot of
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frustration. >> by the way, rocket man should have been handled a long time ago. he should have been handled a long time ago by clinton. i won't mention the republicans, but by obama. this is a different time. >> well, the north korean foreign minister, there's a chance he'll speak this morning at the united nations. >> that speech would come as they threaten to detonate that hydrogen bomb over the pacific ocean and the president has traded these efforts that seem to be on a whole new level with kim jong-un pt and as we shift gears here we need to talk about what's going on in port rio.
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officials warn of a quote imminent dam threat. >> according to the governor, there's a dam located in the northwest part of the island. it suffered damage to its structural integrity. meanwhile the island is still without electricity. many parts still heavily flooded. ofirms don't know how long it will take for communications and power to be restored. >> senior correspondent, nick, what is the state of this dam that they're so concerned about? >> reporter: well, this stage some slight good news overnight for people in puerto rico and the flash flood warning for the whole island has been lifted but 8,000 people near the dam, the one you were talking about. obviously when there are vast amounts of water that can put extra structure on a structure
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like that. i think the fear is that it might at some point experience a breach. the problem with the evacuations like that is it's incredibly part to do in the best of times but the worst of times is right now and that's their problem trying to get them out in the pitch darkness and there's no power. we're see ago slight improvement here, people getting cell phone service back and life crawling back to a slight semblance of normality, but we ourselves went to one of the outlying islands around puerto rico, st. croix, a beautiful island paradise but savaged by hurricane maria. people there angry, many of them saying the governor had represented how bad the problem was there. they were desperately in need of more people. people driving around town
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simply trying to get hold of food and they were looking for he ma to appear rations that had run out quite quickly. but really the tough time for people over there. i'm sure more help is on the way. we saw huge cargo planes arriving but this is a month long issue to pull itself back from the mess hurricane maria created. >> and help me out here. i heard that it could be some six months before some areas have power. is that in puerto rico or was that on another island and how do you manage for that long without power? >> yeah, it's -- it's for puerto rico, that four to six months statement, so obviously in a situation like that, you know, the infrastructure here was not always state of the art and wasn't always built to with
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stand incredibly strong winds. particularly on st. croix. so the power tables are torn cloorn down and a remote island, it's going to take months for replacements to get shipped out. the kind of heavy equipment you need to put the power back. someone like puerto rico here may benefit from the sources on the island to get that redone. but every single electricity pylon is down in a long row and then draping across the highway making it very hard to drive at times so people have to be careful when they're moving and they're not carrying some kind of current left and that makes it an incredibly different job. in san juan, they may be able to get it up and moving before six morps but you're trying to re-establish communications with some of the outer lying towns, that's a month long task and
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that requires money and foe dus and that's the fear people have there. will the money keep coming? will the assistance be able to be there? no power means no schools, means no jobs, means no hospitals and even fresh water, the need is to pump around and it changes everything here and i think the fear moving forward is they will simply find their daily lives slipped back into a place they thought never imaginable. >> thank you so much for helping us understand what's happening there. i want to talk about a story of survival here in mexico. incredible pictures from survivors trapped inside a collapsed building. after 17 hours they rescued and we're talking with them now. >> translator: today i was
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breaks news to us. seismic activity has been detected in north korea around the area of the country's nuclear site. it was a magnitude 3.4 earthquake and is expected explosion. >> an official at south korea's meet logical agency says it was a natural earthquake, not a man made one. we cannot rule out the possibilities that the earthquake occurred as a result of the nuclear test site so it boils down to the fact that there has been seismic activity there. the determination as to the source of that is still in question right now. >> we'll wait for the usgs to
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weigh in on this. what do you make of the disagreement between the authorities there in china, the authorities in south korea, is this common this soon after the explosion if it's man made or if it's the bomb testing or activity? >> when you hear that there's been an earthquake, your assess mts is always going to be they've tested another nuclear weapon so they're ering on the side of caution saying it could have been an explosion, it could not have been an explosion. the to north koreans are going to continue to do this and they're going to continue to refine their technology. this was a low level blast compared to the one we saw just a few weeks ago. this would be hundreds of times less unless it was done on the
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s surface. so this is just another step on the march to create a weapon that they can mounts on an icbm. >> they're considering this is strongest hydrogen bomb test above ground. that changes everything, doesn't it? >> we're getting to a whole different area of nuclear testing. this is what the nuclear test band treaty did away with. when you had the u.s. and the americans doing their own weapons in the atmosphere. to say that they're going to test a nuclear weapon over the pacific means they're going to have to get it over the pacific. that means putting on a missile, that means probably flying it over japan. that raises a whole other set of issues but we haven't seen that
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mate a knew cler war head to a missile so that could be another step. and they intend to do this. it certainly would raise the stakes and given the escalating tensions, this cannot be helpful. >> the los angeles times is reporting that aides to the president warned him not to go personal with kim jong-un before he gave that debut speech at the unga this week. how thaz ha changed this equation, this relationship, this potential for negotiations with kim and the united states? >> well, it moves it from a state to state, from person to person and any time you perso l personalize one these confrontations then it's hard for the leaders to back down. we've expressed as a country, a willingness to do that.
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of course, in this case the north koreans have said they don't want to talk to us until certain conditions are met. it makes it harder to reach that solution that we need. they're going to have to be able to talk to each other. >> all right. thanks so much for being with us. we'll continue this conversation throughout the morning. >> thank you. always appreciate your insight. and alabama alry, president trump promised several times to handle the north korean threat. listen to this. >> we're dealing with somebody that we'll figure out. he may be smart, he may be strategic and he may be totally crazy, but you know what, no matter what he is, we're going to handle it folks. believe me. >> ben is live from tokyo right now. before we get into what was was
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said last night, ben, what are you hearing there regarding the seismic activity being reported this hour? >> reporter: well, we're getting information from various sources and by and large this information is kma contradictory. the official announcement said there was a 3.4 magnitude earth kwablg detected in north korea and they said it could have been a possible explosion. however, the korean meet logical agency is saying that they recorded a 3.0 magnitude earthquake and they believe it was not an explosion. rather, it was a natural earth cake so we're going to have to wait and see if any further information comes through. we've been monitoring of course the kcna, the official news agency of north korea and they as yet have made no mention of
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it. i -- just to recall that it was on the 3rd of september that korea did set off a hydrogen bomb which recorded a 6.3 magnitude earthquake and we've been, of course, hearing talk that for instance the north korean american minister said they would her paps hit off a hydrogen bomb over the pacific. that clearly is not the case here, but this news of some sort of earthquake in north korea does not help the situation at all. >> very good point. thank you so much. let's also remember that the north korean foreign minister will be speaking likely later this morning so let's put that into the context of what is happening in north korea. all right. next, a story of survival in mexico with the incredible pictures from survivors trapped inside a collapsed building.
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>> russia did not help me. i call it the russian hoax. >> as president trump again saying that -- or at least refusing to acknowledge that russia meddled in the 2016 election. >> that was the president at a rally for a alabama senate candidate last night. he dismissed the investigation as a hoax and an excuse for hillary clinton earepublica cli. >> our intelligent community
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assessment did cast doubt on the legitimacy of his victory in the election and i think that above all else is what concerned him and i think that transcends on the political process which is going to continue. >> the clem lynn is denying any involve maryland in collusion. >> rescues crews are digging through piles of debris looking for survivors. the death toll is now approaching 300 and that number is expected to rise because people are still unaccounted for and possibly trapped in what's left in these buildings that have collapsed. >> for some of the families there, it's such a slow painful process. they have set up tents near the search site buzz can you imagine
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waiting and hearing something about what somebody you loved. >> those have been rescued count themselves as very fortunate, including one group that had just enough room to lie down waiting for 17 hours to be saved. we visit them in the hospital. >> martin mendez, a lock smith was replacing broken locks in an accounting office on the fourth floor of this building. when the world started to rumble -- >> when earthquake struck, what did you hear? the building moved back and forth two or three times? started jumpbling up and down like the horse. >> reporter: martin found himself trapped with three women he'd never met before who worked in the office he was visiting.
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could you move? he said he could only move like a worm. he said they started getting very nervous because they were running out of air. they thought they were going to suffocate. >> what came next would test the shred of evidence they could muster. he had no time to react and could hear the floors above crashing down. >> reporter: what was it like when the earthquake struck? it all happened so fast, she says, we didn't have time to get out. in five or six seconds the building collapsed she started sending these text messages to her house. the roof has fallen. i love you, i love you so much. we're on the fourth floor near the emergency exit. there are four of us and then you can see a series of phone calls that couldn't connect. that was enough to alert rescue
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workers that there were indeed people still alive, but the rescuers couldn't hear them. >> she says the sounds were horrible. she recorded this incredible video of the space where she was trapped. they used cell phone lights to see the dust billowing around them. there was no escape, no way out. martin and the others talked to each other, soothing each other's fears waiting for rescue workers to reach them. martin's leg was broken. he sat there in excruciating pain. >> he says i was talking to god and hoping that the rescuers would come. >> he shares with us a picture of himself while he was trapped. he hadn't seen it. the emotions overwhelm him.
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tr . >> translator: imagine there was no way you can believe you were going to be rescued? >> yes, i always believed i was going to get out alive. after 17 hours rescue workers pulled all four of them out alive. >> all four of these came in he was pulled out? >> they're now recovering on the same floor but haven't been able to see each other since the rescue. they were bought together in an unexpected moment of horror and i teach him a friend in english that he and his friends can share. >> we made it. unless we -- we made it. >> cnn mexico city. thoughts and prayers going to all those people. >> beeel be right back.
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whfight back fastts, with tums smoothies. it starts dissolving the instant it touches your tongue. and neutralizes stomach acid at the source. ♪ tum -tum -tum -tum smoothies! only from tums >> the warriors are not decided if they'll visit the white house if they're invited. >> we're here with more. >> happy saturday. you know, the team has not sat down to discuss with coaches and players if they'll go if they're invited but steph curry has been outspoken. if he says he has his way he will not go. >> we don't stand for basically
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what our president has -- the things that he said and the things that he hasn't said in the right times that we won't stand for it and by acting or -- and not going, hopefully that will inspire some change when its comes to what we tolerate in this country and what is accepted and what is -- what we turn a blind eye to. >> the head coach has said that president trump quote, couldn't be more ill suited to become a president because he's a blow hard. we shouldn't be surprised if the seam isn't invited in the end. a quick update for you on the player who hit a foul ball to a toddler's face on wednesday. even though she's still in the hospital her health is improving. ed to frazier said the little girl's father said she's doing good. i think they are going to do a
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couple more tests over the next few days and hopefully she can get out of there. >> he's probably going to keep calling that father every day to see how no young girl is doing. >> let's get reaction to the yankees on the diamond. 25-year-old from california, let's start calling them the big redwood because those are like the huge trees standing tall amongst men. the ridiculous 469 foot shot. my favorite part of the game, toronto's ryan pretends to throw the ball to the pitcher. todd fraser skips off the bag and got him. falling for that old trick that people have been doing since little leagues. always pay attention, guys. blue jays end up winning that game 8-1. we'll be back with more on
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president trump's about the nfl and its players causing some stir this morning. >> government to politics today in a couple of different ways. we'll talk about it. thank you so much. >> you're welcome. and the breaking news this morning we're starting with is seismic activity being detected in north korea near the area of the nuclear site. a magnitude 3.5 earthquake, china's earthquake administration says it is an expected explosion. this report, an official south korea's meet logical agency tells cnn that it was absolutely a natural earthquake, not a man made one but could be the site of the collapse itself. zoo is it normal to

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