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listen. we are showing you live pictures here as dinner and diplomacy gets under way. president trump getting ready to sit down with those world leaders. >> next hour of "new day" start right now. live pictures. sho glad to ha so glad to have you with us. president trump is preparing to sit down with the man on the right there, president duterte in the philippines. >> shaking hands with the prime minister of india modiv. the president is attendsing the asean summit in manila as the last leg of his asia trip. while there he will meet with the controversial president there rodrigo duterte. >> the meetings will likely be overshadowed by the president's latest comments as well. he not only attacked kim jong-un
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and former u.s. intelligence officials, and refusing, it seems, to definite definitively say whether he thinks russia interferes with the 2016 election. >> we have more on the president's comments and start with matt rivers in the philippines with a look what is on the agenda today. what can we expect from president trump this morning? >> tonight here in the philippines is the easiest part. it's dinner that he is going to have and then he turns in for an early night. the president, of course, a busy day tomorrow. he has bilateral meetings with the prime minister of australia and india. everybody is looking at the meeting with rodrigo deter -- duterte. human rights groups around the world have been pointing the spotlight on this for well over
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a year now as duterte administration has targeted not only drug dealers but drug users as well with killings and overcrowding jails and it just has been a chorus of condemnation from across the world from human rights group. the white house says the president plans to bring that up with president duterte but how does he do that? does he make a public statement about that? the interesting more so because the white house also says that president trump has a warm rapport with the president of the philippines and so how does that complicate this issue moving forward and how willing will president trump be to address these allegations? we are expecting some protests during the day here in manila. small protests today. a hundred to 200 protesters clashing with the speak and expect the numbers to grow tomorrow and on the streets tomorrow and wait and see how forceful president trump will bring up the ongoing allegations
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with the strong man who leads the country of tphilippines. >> if he does it publicly or privately. matt rivers in manila, thank you so much. the president's comments attacking north korea overnight backtracking on whether russia interfered in the 2016 election. cnn's jeff zsa za zell zeleny i. we are waiting for president trump's arrival. i wanted to make it clear to the viewers what they are looking at. the president has been on script all trip until the last few minutes. jeff, forgive me. i do want to take a full screen here and show our viewers president trump has arrived, dressed in philippine garb as all have been and here he is as he shakes the hand of the first lady there and president duterte, himself.
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they have met face-to-face just one in the last 48 hours here when they were at apec. seemed to be comfortable meeting as they said. but what is to come is what is in question. >> yes. >> exchanging some pleasantries here with duterte and the first lady. just a quick photograph here. the question is will the president be forceful when it comes to the issue of human rights as matt rivers detailed there. folks do not be fooled by the raw silk and smooth jazz. according to human rights associations, 6,000 to 10,000 people have been killed in that country under the man on the right you see his order in this war on drugs. will that be something that the president brings up? will he be forceful about that? we will see. the president has made plenty of news on russia, on north korea, vietnam and during that news conference just a few hours ago. >> which takes us back to jeff
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zeleny. weigh in here, jeff, on what the -- what is lingering, i guess there after the president has left vietnam where you are and now moving on? what is lingering from building trip thus far? what is still resonating? >> reporter: good morning. the president did leave hanoi, vietnam, here to fly to manila. you are seeing those pictures there. he is making now the final stop of his asia swing and he'll be in manila the next two days before heading back to washington. the cloud of the russian investigation heightened by the brief meeting with vladimir putin on saturday and heightened earlier today in vietnam during a news conference when the president seemed to change his tune a touch over his comments from yesterday when he said that vladimir putin believes that he did not meddle in the election in 2016. president trump essentially said he took him at his word.
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went on to have some very tough words for the leaders of the u.s. intelligence agencies, the president did. he walked that back and sided with them a little bit earlier today. let's take a listen. >> i believe that he feels that he and russia did not meddle in the election. as to whether i believe it or not, i'm with our agencies, especially as currently constituted with their leadership. i believe in our intel agencies, our intelligence agencies. i've worked with them very strongly. there weren't 17 as was previously reported. there were actually four. but they were saying there was 17. there were actually four. as currently led by fine people, i believe very much in our intelligence agencies. >> reporter: so the president, again, qualifying his belief of what the u.s. intelligence community has said about russian meddling in the election. this comes up.
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he was doing a bit of cleanup there after he was flying here earlier on saturday evening. he was pretty sharply critical of the leaders of the intelligence agencies in the obama administration. he used the word hacks to describe them and not let the cia to issue a pretty extraordinary statement in saying they support the findings of that intelligence assessment. the president, again, qualifying saying only four agencies, not the full 17, endorse that. we should point out that the fbi, the cia, the nsa, the dni, department of national intelligence, they all agree that russia meddled in the election. the issue that is under investigation here is whether there was any collusion or coordination between the trump campaign or trump campaign officials and russia. that is still to be determined here. all of this have provoked strong condemnation from senator john mccain who essentially accused the president of being naive in his dealings with vladimir putin. let's take a bit of john mcca
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mccain's statement if we have it here. john mccain there making some pretty pointed words toward the president all happening here in vietnam as the president, of course, has left a few hours ago and now on the ground in manila. >> jeff zeleny, we appreciate it. thank you. joining us to discuss this is kelly jane torrance and eugene scott. good morning to both of you. >> good morning. >> i want to talk about russia and north korea in a moment. first, let's talk about what is happening now and that is the manila, you see president trump there standing with a few of the world leaders. they are soon going to take this class photo here in this mushroom bisque colored raw linen shirt they are all wearing this and the photo we will get out of this. we kaw the cobalt blue owe apex
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summit. >> you're fashionista, victor! >> i'm on the colors! >> crazy having to see this! >> thank you, kelly jane. let's start with the question what will president trump say, if anything, about the human rights abuses in this world, this war on drugs? there were 20 bipartisan members of the house house who sent a letter to the president urging him to call out vietnam what they call dismal human rights record. he did not and now on to the philippines. kelly jane, first to you. what really goes into, for this administration, the decision on what to prioritize when potentially confronting world leaders as he goes from country-to-country? this is a serious concern for some. >> you kind of feel bad for the career diplomats who have been studying these issues and understand them. the number one time they can bring attention to a lot of these human rights abuses. you have the whole world watching as president trump and
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other world leaders gather. the problem is the decision is made by the president, himself. president trump just doesn't seem to have no interest in human rights issues. he went to china and he is cuddling up basically to the president there who is one of the worst human rights abusers on the planet. when turkey visited d.c. his bodyguards beat up people outside the embassy and donald trump didn't say anything and talked about how much he respects erdogan. i'm examining the same thing to happen in the philippines. it's disappointing but the dictators that donald trump seems to like the most around the world. >> you see here the president at the center next to the philippines president rodrigo duterte. eugene, to you. there was that call back in april where the president, the transcript was leaked to. "the washington post" and new
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york times in which he said i want to congratulate you because i'm hearing of the unbelievable job on the drug problem, the white house tried to walk that back. this president prioritizing personal relationships with world leaders as he often says about president merkel and others he has been critical of when not in their presence. >> absolutely. voters i've spoken with have taken note of this. one the things that president trump has been criticized for in his response to america's opioid epidemic is not providing clear details regarding how he plans to combat it and certainly he has been criticized for not providing adequate funding. so when he appears to praise deter day for his handling of his country's drug epidemic it sends alarms and red flags to many americans because duterte's
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process is considered broledly a violati broadly a violation of human rights. he has been criticized and accused of handing those not guilty of selling drugs but those addicted which public health experts understand to be a mental health and substance abuse issue. he has responded by suggesting that killing them is the best solution. so the trump administration never said anything to suggest they affirm that but they certainly have praised him for his handling of the situation and i think that has caused alarms for many americans. >> both of you, stay with us. quick break. you saw the wrap up there at the class photo of the asean. we have the president here and we will see some of the people he is speaking about. we know that he has meetings scheduled with the prime minister of australia and the prime minister of india. you just saw him pass by there by the camera.
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we will see if there are any other sideline conversations. thank you both so much. quick break.
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that's some nice music to wake up to or to sit down to dinner. >> in ma nil ththat manila, it . there is justin trudeau of canada. they are all sitting down for dinner and just to their class photo. this is the final leg of the president's 12-day trip through asia. we will be talking about the headlines that he has made, many overnight. let's go to matt rivers who is also in manila. detail for us, matt, what is on, pardon the pun, on the table for the asean summit? what are they going to be
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discussing? >> reporter: the president has a couple of big meetings during the day tomorrow. tonight is just a class photo. they are sitting and have dinner and turn in relatively early. tomorrow he has larry meetings with the prime ministers of india and australia and duterte. the duterte meeting is the most interesting meeting that we are going to be looking for. as we mentioned, whether he publicly condemns what has been a relatively popular campaign here in the philippines. it's worth mentioning that president duterte's approval rating at 80% and now down around 60%. the mantle of the public here support his war on drugs and interesting to see how president trump responds to that. it's not just about the war on drugs. you have to consider trade. what has happened since donald trump and his administration came into office one of the first things they did is pull out of the transpacific partnership and that included countries here in southeast asia. so how that effects what donald
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trump will try and do when he is here is make sure american academic influence remainsing a part to be wreck one reckoned wh in this part of the world. really those are the two things we are going to be looking for. how does president trump handle his meeting with duterte and how successful will he be in making sure that american economic influence remains as high in this part of the world as it has in years past. >> you mentioned transpacific partnership and just this weekend that partnership without the u.s. has continued to move forward. you have on your screen rodrigo duterte, the president of the philippines, arriving with the first lady and shaking hands with the president of the united states. >> sitting down to dinner as we know as he said, they are meeting tomorrow and th big question will they bring up
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human rights? the war on drugs? so many have all condemned duterte's war on drugs. you are looking at a man there who is accused of killing between 6,000 and 10,000 people or having them killed because they were either drug dealers, he says or because they were on drugs. this 10,000 figure just since he was elected last year. i believe he is going to speak here. let's listen in. >> hello, leaders of asean member states and dialogue partners, president trump, prime minister -- former president gloria -- sir, goonk. good evening. said president the they heard and other members of the senate present.said president the they
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and other members of the senate present. asean secretary. distinguished members of the diplomatic order. secretary -- and others members of the cabinet. members of the house of representatives. other distinguished guests. ladies and gentlemen, good evening. it is my pleasure to welcome you all to manila for the 31st asean summit and related summits. i am deeply honored to host this rare occasion when a number of the world leaders gathered here in celebration of the 50th anniversary of asean. join us in paying tribute of the founding of the association. tonight, likewise, president, we
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commemorate -- declare the games that the asean has achieved over the years under your leadership. former presidents here and particularly their efforts to the realization of the rules based people or in the community. to our chairman in 2017, the philippines has been guided by the theme partnering for change, engaging the world. a positive change in the lives of our people and assert our position in the global economy. beyond regional borders, we, at citizens, steadfast to build what is united by shared views.
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we have aiming to strengthen economic and building a common identity. while impressing our uniqueness and adversity. asean countries continue to engage from expound meaningful and constructive gating with centrality. as well as the founding members of asean, the philippines has witnessed and contributed to the development of asean in economic organization that is now. i look forward to having constructive and substantive discussions with you, your majesty and your excellence." you are listen to go the president of the philippines. if you're just joining us, president duterte as he greets everyone to the asean dinner
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that you're seeing there. interesting. he said the theme is partnering for change. change is certainly something that many people are looking for from this president, this man you see standing there. matt rivers, what is the hope for president trump and not just for him but for other leaders who are there as to what they can accomplish at this meeting overall as they all give a toast here. >> sure. >> reporter: generally speaking, this is like a lot of other summits we see around the world and the criticism doesn't accomplish a lot of tangible things like the criticism of the g-7, the g-20. all leaders get together and take photo op and bilateral meetings and they go home. that is the criticism of this and something to be said personal relationships are created between these leaders that can in in handy during times of crisis.
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specifically looking at rodrigo duterte there and probably interesting to hear him speak he said on script and similar to president trump in a sense he is very well known for going off script and in a way president duterte makes donald trump look like an amateur going off script. some of the things we have heard out of philippine president make what president trump says rather tame. a couple of days ago the president of the philippines claimed that he murdered someone by stabbing them when he was 16 years old. last year around this time he referred to president obama using a curse word that was in a public forum. he does that all the time speaking about a wide range of things. he criticizes anyone who dares criticize him for the drug war he has taken in this country. to see him stay on script there and on message is very interesting how he goes into that meeting with president trump tomorrow, certainly the most interesting part of tomorrow festivities. we see them conversing now.
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one of the things that caught people off-guard last year in 2016. he said 3 million drug addicts in the philippines and i'd be happy to slaughter them. off the cuff you never know what you might get from duterte. >> matt rivers, thank you. they continue to have dinner here. no coincidence that president trump was sat directly next to president duterte. same set up for the class photo a few moments ago. we will continue with our coverage in a moment. stay with us. [ keyboard clacking ] [ click ] [ keyboard clacking ] [ clacking continues ] good questions lead to good answers. our advisors can help you find both.
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we have been waiting for you here. it's 7:30 on sunday. i'm christi paul. >> good morning.
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>> i'm victor blackwell. president trump and president duterte in the philippines at the asean dinner there. just a short while ago clinmaki toast and sitting down to dinner and seated next to each other. they will have a meeting later tomorrow after the president has bilateral meetings there at the asean summit with leaders of india, australia, talking trade investment and socyber crime an human rights. people are waiting to see if president trump brings up duterte's war on drugs and condemned by many u.s. congressmen and the united nations and the eu. >> what happens in the philippines could be overshadow what happened in vietnam. the president's latest comments especially. he not only attacked kim jong-un, but also former u.s.
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intelligence officials and refused to say definitively straight to the camera that he thinks russia interfered in the 2016 election. joining me now is rollie flynn and ceo of cybersecurity and singa consulting. thank you for being here. >> thank you. >> let's start with the president's comments on rusch rou -- russia and president putin. president putin was vietnehemen about his denial and walked it back. senator mccain releasing this statement saying -- what is your assessment of what the president said and how does that resonate really with the career people in the intelligence community?
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>> well, i think the president clearly was doing sort of a shoot from the hip when he made those comments and he quickly corrected them within hours. in terms of those comments, i think it's way more important to see what the president does. we have a serious situation in this country where it appears there was russian meddling in our election process and a serious problem that has to be corrected. the president needs to take, i hope he understands this, loadship on this issue and ensure our lelection systems ar secure, that the meddling, the social media meddling influence operations really which experts do acknowledge existed. there need to be new procedures to figure out how to deal with those issues. >> you make a good point. beyond moral, beyond disappointment potentially in the intelligence community it matters what the president does.
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attorney general jeff sessions was just in front of the senate a couple of weeks ago and in his reply to a question from senator ben sasse when asked if the intelligence community was prepared for what could come in 2018 or 2020 attorney general sessions said no, the u.s. is not prepared. how does the president's refusal or inability in some ways to just say russia was involved, how does it affect the u.s. ability to get ready for 2018 and 2020? >> well, there seems to be a disconnect between what the president is saying in terms of the intelligence community's assessment of the meddling by russia in the u.s. election process and the government itself appears to be trying to address this problem. i think part of the problem is the government is big. the government is coupit's not
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protecting our election, our election systems which luckily are a bit inefficient in that we don't have one national system in that it's each election system is controlled by each state which in terms of if there were actual interference in the election results would help mitigate the damage, it wouldn't be quite as widespread. but the other issue in terms of influence operations, the intelligence community mostly fos focuses on actual election of information and what they did in this case. they were collecting and assessing what was going on. >> beyond election politics and russia, let's broaden this conversation. kirsten nielson who is nominee
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to head the homeland security said this. >> i believe one of the most significant for our nation's future is cyber security and the overall security and resilience of our critical infrastructure. the scope and federal networks and the control systems that run our critical infrastructure are continually increasing with tax growing ever more complex. cyber criminals and nation states are constantly looking for ways to exploit our hyperconnectivity and reliance on i.t. systems. >> in the context of perspire security is the u.s. prepared or how much work does it have to do? >> it has to do a great deal of work. it's really a cat and mouse game and it's important to protect your systems and cheap for those who want to attack them to penetrate them to undermine our security. and it does require, as i say, a
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multidimensional approach. again, public/private partnerships and rares some creative and the government as we know is not place you want to look for that necessarily. >> rollie flynn, thank you for your perspective this morning. >> thank you. glad to be here. >> it is 7:37 on a sunday morning. just one week at this time after a gunman killed dozens of people in a texas church. members are gathering there for their first church service since that attack. we are going to talk to a pastor on the other side of the break. stay close. ♪ ♪
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where 25 people and an unborn child will open. they will hold first church service in a nearby community center. this is coming as the shooter's ex-wife said had he demons or hatred inside of him. here is how she described one terrifying encounter during their relationship. >> he had a gun in his holster right here and he to that gun out and he put it to my template and he said, "do you want to e die?" >> i want to bring in reverend eric manning a pastor of a church in charleston. remember, that is where nine people were gunned down two
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years ago. revere reverend, thank you for being bus and we appreciate your insight here today. do you have any idea what it must be like for these people to walk into this church one week later, what they are dealing with today and if you were at the pulpit in front of them, what would you say to them? >> well, let me just continue to say that we continue to keep the church, first baptist church in prayer during this time. while i was not the reverend there in june of 2015, several members of the congregation. i have spoken with the past week. i can only imagine the challenge they are facing at this particular point. one thing that we will continue to encourage and remind them is that hatred will never win, that the level of god will continue to carry them through this time, as it has carried us as well. >> how do you make that point to
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people in their real everyday lives, as they stand in that place where perhaps they lost somebody that they love? >> words cannot adequately express or explain how people will be feeling who are going through a particular trauma. it would be challenging, of course, as always. and even though it is challenging' even though it is hard, we must continue to cling to our faith and cling to our hope and cling to our trust. but, most importantly as well, continue to cling to the love of god that continues to inspire us and encourage us to do the very things that god has called us all to do. suffering is mentally challenging. >> no doubt about it.
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the pastor there, his 14-year-old daughter was killed in the massacre. he has said previously he thinks one of the best ways to move forward would be to demolish that church and build a memorial there. do you agree that perhaps that is a way to move forward, a way to heal? >> that is, of course, up to the particular pastor. i can only imagine what he is feeling or what he is going through, of course, with his daughter being one who was also brutally murdered. at this point i would would say the pastor would have to make that right decision. i would support him in whatever decision he would make. >> as one pastor from another, if you could sit down just with pastor pommerroy, what would you say to him today? >> i would first start by
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reaching across, grabbing him by the hand and praying with him. and as we would pray, i would just ask that the spirit of god continue to strengthen him and to equip him. i would never, of course, say that i understand exactly what he is going through but i will -- i would encourage him to remember that god is still very much in the mitt and that the love of god will continue to carry him as he has carried us through this challenging season and his pastorate and his family. >> i have heard that god will give us strength that we did not know we had in moments like these. thank you very much for being with us, pastor. >> thank you. >> we will be right back. >> thank you for having us. ♪ hello, i'm an idaho potato farmer. you've probably seen me running all over the country in search of our big idaho potato truck.
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so in this week's "staying well," every morning i tell my kids, be a good friend and stay out of the drama. however, there is a mental health treatment called drama therapy, and it's being used to help children and adults work through problems, and they do this by role play. take a look. >> my name is caelynn. i'm 10 years old. >> she is a very, very artistic kid. if i let her, she will draw all day. she didn't like to talk to a lot of people when she was younger. it's hard for her sometimes to identify other people's emotions. caelynn has been diagnosed with mild autism.
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the frustration levels would get to a point where she would just scream. i knew if i could find her a therapy that would meet her where she was, it would have a better chance of being successful for her. >> drama therapy is the combination of psychology and theatre. and using them in a session. so when you're able to step into the role and play it out with your therapist, they're better able to play it out in their everyday life. >> i'm really nervous. what if i don't make any friends? >> i'm going make tons of friends. >> tons of friends? what if they don't like me? >> that's okay. you just go with the flow. >> for some people, words are not sufficient. and language is difficult. where else do we get a laboratory for real life without consequence? >> drama therapy has been very successful for caelynn. >> this year, i have a few friends. trinity, mea bella and aaliyah. >> it's just amazing to watch. >> all right.
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cold day -- it's cold in here. >> i know. >> is somebody trying -- >> i've been waiting for this. >> are there steaks we're trying to make sure stay fresh? i mean, it's 44 degrees. >> it is not 44 degrees. meteorologist allison chinchar, you tell us what's going on up there and then come tell us how cold it is in the studio. >> i was going to say, i'm in the same boat with you guys. i literally leave from here and run to my space heater. and i imagine many people in the northeast are doing the exact same thing. take, for example, new york city. they broke a record level on friday, saturday and could do it again today. when they broke it yesterday, that's the first time of two consecutive days of record lows in over 20 years. and to think they could do it yet again today along with other 20 cities across the northeast. but look at the midwest, the southeast, we're also seeing the cold temperatures there. about 10 to 15 degrees below average. again, for example, around atlanta, where the high may not make it to 50 degrees today. but i will say, there is going
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to be some warmth. it does gradually start to come back. it's going to take its time, though. it starts in areas of texas, oklahoma and will push back towards the east. here's the thing, though. even though we're going to get some of those milder conditions moving back into the forecast, it's actually just going to take a lot of places back to normal, per se. not necessarily to warm temperatures. again, here's atlanta, for example. high today, barely making it to 50 degrees. once we get to the end of the week, we'll get awfully close to around that 70-degree mark. so victor, christie, just kind of channel that near 70-degree temperature as you're sitting in the incredibly cold studio like i am. >> i'm fine with 50! it's fall. supposed to be. >> i'll take it. >> allison, thank you so much. and thank you for joining us this morning. we hope you make good memory. "inside politics" is up next. >> yes, but before we go, snl had certainly something to say about the big stories we've been covering this weekend. here's a look. we'll see you next week. >> you've been doing some controversial stuff!
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