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simple. easy. awesome. click or visit a retail store today. a four-day man hunt ends with an arrest. but the search isn't over as the fbi director says there could be more out there. >> this as the u.s. president says the media is use thing bomb investigation for political gain. and the investigation off jamal khashoggi's murder takes a turn. we'll go thrilive to istanbul, turkey. welcome to our viewers in the united states and all around the world.
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>> cnn newsroom starts right now. ♪ 5:00 a.m. on the u.s. east coast the man hunt is now over a suspect is behind bars. they caught an alleged serial bomber right there in the state of florida. charge would sending explosives to mail to democrats and others. cesar sayoc in florida is linked to 15 explosive devices intercepted since monday. >> they found his van cover would images of many of his intended targets and even though nonexclu nonexcluded the fbi said they were potentially lethal. >> 13 ieds were sent to various vunls throughout the country.
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each device consisted of roughly six inches off pvc pipe a small clock a battery, some wiring and what is known as energetic material which is potentially explosive material that give off heat and energy through a reaction of heat, shock or friction. though we're still analyzing the devices in our laboratory, these are not hoax devices. >> one more pack nl was int interafter that fbi news conference, bring thing total to 13. >> for everything we know so far our jim chuto picks up from here. >> reporter: 56-year-old cesar sayoc is in custody. >> these are not hoax devices. >> they had kicked him out so he now living out of his van which authorities took into custody.
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the van covered in political decals, images of the president and vice president and one saying cnn sucks. a frequent chant at the president's rallies. sayoc attended one of those rallies in melbourne, florida in 2017 and held up a sign with the same message. he has been active across social media, posting images of himself at trump rallies, attacking many of his alleged targets, even attacking bullia nair investigator billionaire s ooros. other alleged targets, vice president, joe biden and congresswoman, maxine waters and a series of threats directed at cnn, anchors, correspondents and contributors. one of his former employees describe thing disturbing images
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on their van. mannequins with their heads cut off. ku klux klan, a black person being hung, torchings, bombings. they say he had an extensive arrest record. including drug possession, grand theft and one in miami in 2002 which he threatened to eblow oputility company worse than september 11th. he was sentenced to a year's probation. now he faces five federal charges, up to 48 years in prison. >> it's cowardly and reprehensible and inathmuto our democracy. >> he'll make his first court appearance monday. ultimately we're learning this case will be brought by the southern district of new york. the same court that have handled many international terror cases.
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cnn, washington. the bomb suspect has a criminal history which includes a 2020 arrest by miami police where he threatened to blow up a utility comp an. >> spoke to anderson cooper about that arrest. >> i still recall when i got the phone call he was arrested for threatening florida light and power company. he was working with a laundry matt. hooactual he actually owned it. he got on the phone, begged them to put it on, they wouldn't. started screaming and he blurted out if i load up your office, i'm sure you would turn it on real quick. i can make it like worse than 9/11 and they hung up on him and of course they called the police who came and investigated.
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found no indications off bomb making but they charged him with the threat and when it went to court the judge and the prosecutor saw it for what it was. he was someone who was sick. at that time he clearly had no indications of carrying out such tavs. it's now 16 years later. his sickness has obviously worsened over the years and they put him on probation and gave him a break. >> the suspect threatening to blow up a utility in 2002. that was ron who has known cesar sayoc for years. his family inkrnled him to get mental health treatment and hoonever dud. >> he never showed an interest in politics until president trump ran for office. president trump also urged
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unity and an end to the politics of personal destruction but then criticized the media for how it has covered his response to the attempted attack and his rhetoric. here with with more. >> reporter: president trump issuing another call for civility at a rally friday evening thing wake of the arrest of the suspected serial bomber responsible for sending at least 14 pipe bombs to democratic critics of this president. the president opened his are marks at this rally saying there's no place in american society for political violence. he he's committed to change thing discourse but didn't say how. immediately shifted to blaming the media and democrats. he's trying in the less than two weeks, trying to use the media as what he says trying to score points. it is his leading opponent, the president again and again and again saying that media is
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trying to stop his movement, as he calls it, the most powerful movement in the history of this country. never mind the civil rights movement and other movements in this country. we don't know how this will play with independent voters and others. but take a look at what the president said. >> everyone will benefit if we can end the politics of personal destruction. it we must unify as the nation of peace, love and unharm an. the media has a major role to play whether they want to or not.
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and they do indeed. they have a major role to play as far as tone and as far as everything. and we all say this in all sincerity, but the media's constant unfair coverage, deep hostility and negative attacks, you know that, only serve to drive people apart and to undermine healthy debate. for example. we have seen an effort by the media in recent hours to use the sinister actions of one individual to score political points against me and the republican party. >> the president clearly trying
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to get the midterm election back. not talking much at all about the suspected serial bomber. going after democrats hard on immigration, accusing them falsely of trying to bring immigrants here to the u.s. to vote in some cases. there's been no evidence of wide-spread voter fraud. it's something he likes to talk about again and again and talking about with increasing frequency going to the midterm elections. a little softer tone in some respects but taking no responsibility for his role in this over heated political climate that certainly led to, at least the arrest of that suspected serial bomber in florida. >> two of the intended targets were former cia director john brennan and former director of national intelligence, james clapper.
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good to have you on the show here. the suspect arrested had a van full off pro trump stickers. clearly someone who supported the president. mr. trump taking no responsibility for the tone of his personal attacks but one of the critics who areceived a package in the mail was james clapper. >> i do think though that all politicians are responsible for toning down the rhetoric where possible and first among those politicians is the president off the united states who occupies the most influential bully pu pullpit not only in this country and the world. real a the leadership starts
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with the president of the united states. he has to set the tone. >> so this issue of rhetoric is the question. how much will investigators look into the motivation of this suspect as clearly we see the political leanings off his feelings, opinions, very evident on his van? >> well, george, in every investigation law enforcement wants to understand what was the trigger that pushed this particular individual to his radical behavior? and it's clear from all of the intelligence, the open sourced information as we collected and been shared through the media, and mr. sayoc was a disturbed, demented man. he became active in politics in 2016 in the run up to donald trump's election and so when we look at the rhetoric that's been pervasive with this white house over the last nearly two years, it's quite clear that he was moved by many of the comments
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about the media being radical, the media being evil. democrats are out there to hurt america so and so forth. it's difficult for them to get at that core root of why he became radicalized and so what they're going to do is talk to his family, look at his associates and you've seen on cnn and other channels, looking at his social media that he's clearly motivated by the hateful rhetoric we're seeing far right of the republican party and that the president of the united states that is likely to push him over the dop. >> we heard him say specifically about the devices that thaw were potentially lethal. thankfully none of those devices exploded. but what do you make of the message this suspect was trueing to send with these devices?
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>> this is an act of domestic terrorism fewer and simple. we're thankful those devices did not go off. one thing not often mentioned they were soent sent to president obama, president clinton, various members of the democratic senate and so on and so forth but at any moment any one our u.s. postal workers touching those packages, it could have exploded. so the fact that they did not explode, i'll call that the we got lucky but be clear this was an act of terrorism, those were live devices and it just so happened he happened to be a poor bomb maker and we were able to avoid a national calamity. >> here's a bigger question really. how vigilant do investigators need to be?
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is the danger still out there that there could be copy cat incidents or other pages throughout? >> the simp answer is yes. there is no indication we've received from the homeland security or department of just that all of his potential packages have been accounted for. the last 72 hours it seems we're finding more and more packages. i believe the last one was tom stieer, a known democratic supporter. we're still in that period where they're going to be looking at potential other target said he may have mentioned on any one of his social media posts to sooif there are any other targets. and often time when we see these violent incidents you have this copy cat phenomenon. oblamembers of the political establishment need be resolute and on the lookout potentially for people who are trying to
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mirror what this man did. >> joining us this hour in miami, florida. thank you for your perspective and insight. we'll be in touch with you. the turkish president is demanding that those suspected of killing a journalist in istanbul should stand trial in turkey but saudi arabia says that's not going to hapen. israeli air strikes fill the nougt's sky as protests along the boarder escalate. 7% of emple that skills like teamwork, attention to detail, and customer service are critical to business success. like the ones we teach here, every day. and customer service are critical to business success. my mom washes the dishes... ...before she puts them in the dishwasher. so what does the dishwasher do? cascade platinum does the work for you,
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it seems first to you that the turkish leader is not happy with the way saudi arabia is responding to his latest demand. what can you tell us? >> he's saying look, these 18 people saudi arabia has detained should be expedited. they have issued expedition warrants to send them here to trial. president erdogan says this is the way to show full transparency and full cooperation this was a crime committed on turkish soil. a senior turkish official says turkey is better quipped to handle the trial here, the justice. turkey is determined to make sure that justice is done, that is it it is capable of doing that and in the last half hour we learned that these 18 men, saudi men would face if thaw came here and it's a pretty
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dammidam charge sheet they would issue against him. it is intentional homicide and premeditation and monstrous feelings or the intent to make the victim suffer. that does seem to speak to what turkish turkish officials have been saying all along that he was brutally beaten and tortured before he was finally executed and that's clearly demonstrated in the charge sheet but president erdogan of turkey has threatened saudi arabia saying that don't think we don't have more documents. tomorrow is another day indicating the turkish authorities may have more evidence they will make public. so it is a threat and they're demad deing to know where jamal khashoggi's body is and the
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collaborator they handed the body off to and darkly hinted that the king of saudi arabia and the crown prince know how to get information out of people. the chief prosecutor will meet with his opposite number in turkey. both sides are digging in. >> and turkey has let the cia chief listen on the audio of his reported killing. what is the story from there, john? we just heard the saudis are pushing back against what turkey is requesting. >> and the legal battle lines are being drawn and quickly. we even have the charge sheet for the 18 saudis that president erdogan wants extradited to turkey. we heard from the foreign minister off saudi arabia who's speak up that annual dialogue which takes place at a think tank over there.
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he reiterated this point that there's no rush to judgment and pushed attention the other way saying this is not a problem among governments but a media hysteria behind it. why is it getting covered so much? >> we have tried to share information that we have obtain would the public. but unfortunately there has been this stereo in the media about saudi arabia's guilt before the investigation is completed and what we say is wait until everything is done, then reflect on the investigation and make determination on whether this was serious or not but not from the get go. >> adel, the foreign minister speaking. the pressure has been coming -- you can see here from the reporting we had in istanbul from president erdoganali at alt
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a drip, drup, drip strategy. because of the intense coverage of what was taking place here at the so-called davos of thedizeert. they were wondering why it's getting so much global attention but this has collided with the midterm elections in the united states and president trump saying he wants a thorough investigations and it doesn't seem like the saudis are very forthcoming on that front. >> all right. thank you both. u.s. president says that he is toning down his harsh rhetoric but still attacking the media claiming its divide thing country. we'll have more on that statement ahead. and former president barack
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oover. turkey cushowing khashoggi was t the consulate in istanbul. the russian president vladimir putin is toads attend. so are the german chancellor and the french president. israel's military carried out more than one dozen air strikes on gaza after a barrage of rockeds was fired towards israel. 10 of the 16 were intercepted by the iron dome. earlier at the boarder, they say israeli troops shot and killed four people 180 were wounded. a nation wide man hunt for a serial mail bomber is over. it ended with an arrest off a 56-year-old man now linked to 14
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potentially explosive devuss. >> th >> they say the finger prints led them to this man, cesar sayoc. >> they also impounded his trump van which was covered with it pro trump stickers and many of the suspect's intended targets. >> reporter: unadditiin additio peatedly slamming cnn, he was a online critic of the people he targeted. 14 pipe bombs in the last few days. the 56-year-old registered republican has been active across social media where he's posted multiple images of himself attending trump rallies or wearing a make america great again. he has also tweeted pro
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republican messages like it's time to take our country back. vote republican and the swath to be drained. a post that included pictures of prominent democrats and the major news networks, except fox news. echoing conspiracy theories. posting this picture with the caption "i've presided oover $6 billion ought the state department, sold uraniums, illegally deleted public records and murdered an ambassador." and this message about his quote real father and posting just weeks before the presidential election, "clinton is worst on terrorism. her and obama have made america weak and open to world terrorist attacks. "the company previously removed
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multiple posts for violations of their standards. they would not say how many posts were removed but not severe enoughf to prompt them to shut down sayoc's account until after he was named a suspect. just this week tweeting about president obama and tom stieer and george soros after they found the pipe bomb sent to one of soros's homes. he tweeted about joe biden and later posting this message about cory booker. sayoc with a string of arrests dating back to the early '90s, tweeted about another target back in april. sayoc has posted a series of threats to cnn, anchors, correspondents and contributors. tweeting "go screw cnn, you're
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next. enemy enemy of america, you're next." among the many rambleings oof a prolific social media user saying "thank you for all you do against everyone and don't be stopped everyone. straight ahead, awesome, build wall." >> so again the bomb suspect's van was decorated, covered actually with with pro-trump stickers. >> cesar sayoc it. >> the van he was driving down the road, at least authorities say he was driving, drew the attention of passers by because it was cover would so many signs of his political views. you can see up top support for
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mike penls and donald trump in the white house. here a little bit more of that mixed in with generic support for sports and you really get to the part that gets into thene nastiness off it all. on the film maker, michael moore, on jill stein from the green party. our colleagues here at cnn and other things that attack the government in general and if you go up to this window, back into this area you can see another window filled with support for trump here, antiabortion lines here. support for the seminal tribe which he has a lot of postings about. support for troops and references to country music. overall when you look at this van from the outside, including the front wind shield packed with all sorts of debris, you can see why this attracted a lot
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of attention just going down the road, even before all of these recent events. >> thank you. and president trump praised law enforcement and called the te tearizing acts -- >> bottom line is that americans must unify and we must show the world that we are united together in peace and love and harmony as american citizens. >> but shortly after the peace and harmony comments claimed the that the media is dividing the country and did nothing to stop the crowd from chanting "cnn sucks." >> we must unify as a nation in peace, love and in harmony. the media has a major role to play, whether they want to or not.
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>> let's bring in professor of international politics at city university of london to get insights into what's going on. good morning to you and thank you so much for joining us. i want to get your reaction to president trump. when he was asked about whether his rhetoric can contribute to violence, he said absolutely not at all. he's talking about unifying in harmony and it sounds lovely and when he goes off the prompter, he does encourage violence sometimes. he has done that. so your thoughts to this arrest and what's happened this week in the u.s. >> i thing it tells us about a very serious position that politics and the whole of american society has reached now.
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we know leadership and the rhetoric deployed by leadership and i mean now at the very top of american politics. it sends signals, messages, it empowers some, certain forces and i think to say even though president trump's rhetoric may not have a direct impact on vinyls to do these things, it sends signals about what is acceptable and the level of vit reall that has been spread and encouraged with violence in the past. i don't think president trump can completely evade responsibility but we know that his personal style is never to accept any responsibility for anything negative but to push back and i suspect this harmony and loud message is going to be followed by other metsages which are more vit reallic as well. >> considering we just had 14 bombs sent to people that he constantly maligned, why do you
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think he and his team cannot come up with something else? can't add to his -- what he said, even on the campaign trail, realizing this country is in a dangerous way. >> and i think this goes to the heart of it. i've been reading very carefully the book by bob woodward and it's quite clear there's a war within the american state, the federal executive. there are those around trump that try to advise restraint and they sometimes win the day and he reads off teleprompter. other times his instinct is to push back. but i think he understands another thing about his instinct and that is his political base is strongly rallied by that kind of push back against the state itself, against the dominant political parties. he's organizing a mass movement
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much more than he is running a government, even though his policies have had a bigfect. if you like his advisors are relatively powerless on the whole to do vaefr much about what he believes is an authentic america. his america firstism that he represents and alleged attacks by this individual are a perfect metaphor for the kind of inomies donald trump reckoned on attack thing united states. obama, clinton, soros and the minorities that they mobilized to vote for them against the authentic america. >> he says the democrats, that's the reason for all of our problems, the media is the reason for all of our problems. what ever happened to harry truman's the buck stops here. that doesn't seem to exist. >> we know president trump is not going to accept anything
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which suggests -- sees him in a negative light and take advantage and credit for everything he would kwlclaim to positive. in his mind he transsends everything. he's not coneced to the leadership of the republican party. he's criticized the law enforcement communities. he doesn't really have an attachment to the rule of law unless he gets what he wants. he certainly doesn't respect, if you like normal, political style and that's because he's building what looks like a parallel movement and that movement i suspect with people like bannon and steve miller and others i suspect it's going to live long bebeyond trump's own presidency. i don't think he feels any loyalty to any established institutions and i thing he's
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trying to disrupt the entire political system and shift it further to the authoritarian right. i don't think he's going to shift so far about what he's saying about the bombs being sent prominent leaders. >> and we still don't know if there could be bombs out there to be detected. thank you. we appreciate your insight. >> thank you. the former u.s. president barack obama is on the campaign trail ahead of the midterm elections. he's urging democrats in the midwest to show up in force to vote at the polls. >> he showed up to address a cheering crowd in wisconsin. he says to preserve health care and the environment, it's time to vote blue. >> i am here to ask you to vote. to vote in what might be the most important election of our
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lifetimes. they've now had two years of control of washington. what have they done with that power? it's not true they haven't done anything. let me tell you what they've done. they cut taxes for the rich and corporations to the tune of $1.5 trillion, just like they did the last time. they stripped rules to protect our air and water, just like they did the last time. they ran up the deficit, just like they did the last time. they have gone to washington and just plundered away. in washington they have racked up enough indictments to field a football team. nobody in my administration got
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indicted. >> president trump is also out for his republican party. he's campaigning for republicans in states where they have a shot at senate seats. >> the white house says mr. trump will kick off an eight-state list of rallies and campaign stops. he'll head out wednesday and keep the effort going right up until the midterm elections, come november 6th. the violence along the gaza-israeli boarder. thousands of palestinians were out in protest. rockets were launched there. oren lieberman is on the story. what's the latest there? >> reporter: george, we just got a statement a short while ago from islamic jihad saying an israeli brokered ceasefire had
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been brokered. a spokesperson wouldn't comment on that reported ceasefire and that's not uncommon. israel has not responded to or ackbaunled any of these cease fewers in the past. since the report of that ceasefire we have seen some black smoke thing distance, perhaps the ceasefire not holding. we' we'll wait and see at this point. happened in the last 30/45 minutes or so. a ceasefire has been reached with israel. and thaw would commit to stand by the ceasefire as long as israel did. islamic jihad fired nearly three dozen rockets or perhaps a few more from gaza into israel. a number were intercepted by israel's iron dome aerial defense system. israeli carried out a series of
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air strikes, hitting nearly 100 targets, including military startings, advanced manufacturing sites, as well as tunnels and the head quarters of hamas. and a militant group was directed by the revolutionary guard core force of iran. they were instructing and guiding that rocket fire. israel says they intercepted communications to that fact. the response will not be limited geographically, indicating they may carry out strikes in damasks against syrian or iranian targets in response to rocket fire. it's rare for the israeli military to acknowledge striking syria, let alone warning it may strike it in advancned a the ke to watch does the ceasefire
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hold? the reported ceasefire they say was brokered by the egyptians, has that hold and does this escalation come to an end or continue? >> this new development that this report of palestinian/israeli ceasefire. of course you're watching cnn newsroom. we'll be. with microflex technology, it won't crack... stays all day. super stay 24 lipcolor... real-life-proof. only from maybelline new york. another anti-wrinkle cream in no hurry to make anything happen. neutrogena® rapid wrinkle repair works in just one week. with the fastest retinol formula to visibly reduce wrinkles. neutrogena®. ♪
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