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easier to get you to blame someone else for your problems than to blame him for not fixing them. but does he really think there are enough people in this country who will get duped by deceptive efforts to divide them? his singularly un-american appeal -- everything he says is not who we are. you have to know that. four is he going to forget that he's three supposed to be attacking problems and not just attacking two one us and what we're about? happy school year! you have to ask yourself a question. isn't a president supposed to be someone who attacks racists most not simply self-described as less or least racist. this president wants this election to be about who's a problem instead of how we solve our problems. think about it and demand that he and all who want to lead do better than pointing out what's wrong. hell, we can all do that, right? we can do that all day.
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that's easy. my father told me once any jackass can kick down a barn, it takes a good man or woman to build one. what's the plan to improve us, make our democracy stronger, make us better? what does maga mean after all? where pefs the great in all this hate? thank you for watching. "cnn tonight" with laura coats, the upgrade starts right now. >> what a compelling case, chris, you just made. it reminds me of that old phrase history doesn't always repeat but sometimes it rhymes. you described some people acting against their own self-interests so somebody else could be beneath them. ♪ we heard about this notion of how we always want to pit people against each other to make sure ♪ someone is always less powerful, and we're not learning this lesson yet. ♪ >> next time i'm going to have to call you first. laura coats, i look forward to the show. thank you. this is "cnn tonight." the next american chinese original is here. i'm laura coats in for don lemon new sichuan hot chicken. tonight. for a heart breaking limited time only at panda express.
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and a new embarrassment for the white house and president trump. and by the way another example of the failure of the white house vetting process. congressman john radcliffe, a texas republican who the president chose just a few days ago to be the next director of national intelligence. well, he was forced to withdraw his name from consideration even before he was officially nominated. sources telling cnn trump was privately voicing concerns it's been just over five about whether radcliffe would be confirmed and with good reason. not only were senate democrats years. five years since eric garner's lining up to oppose his death. five years since he was pulled to the ground by a police nomination but one republican senate source told cnn there was officer. five years since he gasped for no support for radcliffe on their side of the aisle either. air. there were concerns about his five years since these final lack of national security experience and questions about whether he'd exaggerated his moments. >> lev me alone. professional background. i told you the last time, please but incredibly president trump leave me alone. ignored those concerns at least publicly. instead blaming radcliffe's
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don't touch withdrawal on his target, the media. and stories that were being reported. >> i said you want to go through this for two or three months or would you want me to maybe do something else? and he thought about it. >> put your hands behind your i said it's going to be rough. back. i could see exactly where the >> i can't breathe. president is going. we hadn't started the process i can't breathe. i can't breathe. but i thought it's easier before we start. >> every time i see that video but i read things that were just and see a human being on the unfair. >> unfair or inaccurate or true. ground like that, he said i president trump's denying that can't breathe 11 times. there's an issue with the white house vetting process. but a source tells cnn that 11 times. today the first step toward radcliffe was not properly justice for the garner family vetted to lead national and in an nypd court hearing a intelligence and once the official flat out says there's judge recommended officer daniel no excuse for this mess up, i want to look at the big picture tonight with sarah westwood, pentiloe should be fired. she's accused of using a choke ryan lizza and max boot, who's hold on mr. garner, a move the author of "the corrosion of conservative, why i left the prohibited by department
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guidelines. through his attorney he right." i'm so glad you're each here. maintained today not only did he sarah, i'll start with you. do nothing wrong, he acted the this is probably the most way he was taught to act. important position there is in national security. so what are you learning about he's been on desk duty since how this nomination really went up in flames? garner's death. but effective today he's >> well, laura, sources tell cnn suspended. new york city's police union even though president trump was enthusiastically continuing to president is calling today's back ratcliffe this week amid decision ludicrous. that steady drum beat of >> today is one of the saddest concerns he was privately and most damaging days in the expressing concerns about the ability to confirm ratcliffe history of new york city and the new york city police department. i'm sorry to say that we have to tell our police officers take it there had been questions about a step slower, make sure we're his experience, his ability to be independent, his partisan thinking, make sure you're background and even concerns making decisions in seven about him potentially embellishing his record. seconds. there had been virtually no because you won't get backing. vetting done of ratcliffe. >> your sorry to say you have to sources say president trump tell a police officer to think pulled the trigger of ratcliffe and to slow down and make a good after watching his performance at the mueller hearings last decision? that is what's ludicrous here? week. that's a nomination you'll well
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remember that wept up in flames well, eric garner joined cnn's because there was no vetting of brook baldwin earlier today. jackson. and so republican senators, even here are their words. allies of president trump had been contacting the white house >> eric garner is gone. i can never get my father back. expressing those worries that he would have a definitely road to do us a favor as a family and confirmation. democrats, too, had vowed to make this right. block his nomination, laura, not justice for eric garner would be in no small part because of firing pentiloe standing with those worries about him bringing the family who suffered for the partisanship into the intelligence community. past five years. >> max, as sarah mentioned staying with the children and grandchildren of eric garner who ratcliffe is accused of have been suffering for the past five years. fabricating parts of his résume. make the right decision and fire this officer. >> well, a decision was made of course we have seen the president auditioning people before and they're playing up to just last month remember when the justice department after him some way or having that years of back and forth in the audience of one. how do you think this went so civils right division at the doj wrong, max? is it really about the vetting and the u.s. attorneys office of or was something else in play? new york, they announced they >> i think what it really would not be pursuing federal demonstrates, laura, is that president trump shows an charges against pentile. outrageous lack of interest in a case that stretched not one actually doing his job. but two appointed attorneys general the final decision was the director of national actually reached by president intelligence was a post that was created after 9/11 to prevent trump's attorney general william
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another attack on the american barr. the family did file a wrongful homeland. this is one of the most important jobs in the u.s. death lawsuit with the city of government. but trump gave less attention new york and they reached about and less foresight to choosing a a $9.5 million settlement. nominee than he would to choosing an interior decorator meanwhile the officer on desk duty remained on the nypd for mar-a-lago. he just kind of did it on the payroll. but this case is bigger than one spur-of-the-moment last sunday. tragic incident. it galvanized a movement. politico reported he called when the news came out that a richard burr the chairman of the grand jury would not indict the officer just five months after senate intelligence committee garner died, it triggered and what do you think about ratcliffe, let me get back to massive protests against new you, and an hour later trump york city. tweets it out he's nominating ratcliffe. and now you're seeing the disaster that occurred. >> i can't breathe! there's a good reason, laura, i can't breathe! >> that chant, the i can't why in the past presidents typically did their vetting breathe, it became a rallying before announcing a nominee not cry for the black lives matter after to avoid these kind afrs movement all across this country at this week's cnn democratic debates activists called on new york city mayor and 2020 democratic hopeful bill de blasio to take action. >> and to make sure it's a
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country that puts working people catc catc first. >> thank you, mayor de blasio. catastrophes. >> listen to what the president said today about his vetting senator michael bennett. process. >> you vet for me. i like when you vet. the vetting process for the white house is very good, but >> you're hearing them say fire you're part of the vetting process, you know? i give out a name to the press and they vet for me. pentiloe. did he hear it? we save a lot of money that way. he confirmed he heard those protesters loud and clear at the >> ryan, we both have kids. it's kind of like when your kid debate saying today -- say says to you, i could tell >> do you agree that he should you the answer but why don't you be fired? >> again, what i'm talking about give me the answer instead? today is a fair and impartial knowing they haven't done the work here. process has occurred. ryan, let the media do the work that's all i have to say. and save money, what? >> that's all you have to say? >> he treats this process so that's surprising given at the debate you demanded a straight cavalierly. answer from other candidates look, there have been white when they were asked direct houses that sometimes leak name tuesday the press to see what questions. how's that considered your comes back, but trump just answer just now a straight relishes in making this process completely public and frankly just doesn't care if it ends up answer? and by the way -- >> he still hasn't said he did humiliating the people who are in contention for these jobs. something wrong, so de blasio,
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so what does that -- what does you're talking in circles. that tell you if you are someone that's how i feel about it. who might at this point want to a judge has said you've done serve in his government? something wrong. it tells you, one, that you're you should be saying i agree with that judge and he needs to be fired. going to be, you know, on your that's what i would like to hear for de blasio to say. own. >> so mr. mayor, why won't you and at the first hint of trouble you're going to be dropped by make a call or at least acknowledge that aspect of it? the president and that he'll what's left in this long drawn treat this essentially like a out process where you're sitting game show. he doesn't treat the process idly on the side lines? seriously at all. and as for mr. president trump, look, if the senate liked this guy, mitch mcconnell will fight he also asked about the case today. >> well, it's in a process right for someone who helikes and now. i know the case very well. thinks is good. there have been nominees that it's a very sad situation. have had serious issues that really it's heart breaking, but senate republicans push through that's in a process right now so anyway because for ideological i'm not going to get involved in the process. reasons. but ratcliffe had no support as you know, they're going to be among senate republicans. making a final decision i guess forget obviously democrats, there were no democrats pushing this guy. over the next ten days. so i won't interfere with the and that's the real reason that he was thrown overboard at the process. >> forgive me while i blink. first hint of trouble. you know, he exaggerated his this president says he won't résume. hed his résume on this
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interfere with an investigative case that dealt with process. well, this is coming from the undocumented immigrants in president who told police officers back in 2017 don't be poultry. look, if republicans think he was a good nominee they would have glossed over that and too nice when making arrests. pushed this guy through. but he say not qualified for the the white house wrote it off as a joke at the time. job in the eyes of most republican senators. remember that? when the president said this is >> max, this is not the first sad situation, heart breaking, time we've heard about this. there's a growing list of high you have to ask is he talking profile picks that actually had about mr. eric garner, the man their names pulled. who is no longer alive and told you he couldn't breathe 11 including patrick shanahan as defense secretary. we've long talked about a times? or is it the law and order vetting problem here, but why president talking about officer isn't the administration -- look at this screen, this list of people forced to withdraw, why pantileo. is the administration not now the question fall tuesday learning from their mistakes? they're obviously aware of them. the nypd commissioner. we need to ask ourselves a few >> well, they can't have any kind of normal policy process or questions. if eric garner were white, would vetting process, laura, because he still be alive today? donald trump is so averse to would the police maybe have anything that smacks of regular interacted with him a little bit order. i mean, whatever he's run, and differently? our society continues to deal for most of his life he was with institutional racism and running the trump organization which was a very small family implicit and explicit bias.
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run company. he's run it kind of by the seat i believe the threats given to of his pants, just kind of waking up one morning and saying officer pantile is only the this is what i'm going to do is embodiment of that and only at the expense of an regimented. he's gotten rid of anybody who's african-american's life, the expense of a human being's life. tried to impose any order on remember eric garner unarmed was him. which is something for example h.r. mcmaster, the former allegedly selling loose cigarettes outside of a beauty supply store before he was national security advisor tried to do and as a result they had a confronted by the officer. falling out. there was no allegation of a it doesn't matter how long trump violent crime. stays in office. no one was in danger. no one was in harms way. it will always be amateur hour well, i take that back. because he will not learn -- he will not change his ways, he except for the man who told you will not professionalize. he will not do what previous 11 times that he could not presidents did. and for him kind of breaking breathe. so, again, in that situation china and destroying things is what's wrong with taking things a step slower to de-escalate part of the fun of things and unfortunately the rest of us have to pay it cost for that. what was not a violent crime or >> ratcliffe is obviously out occurrence? now. and the police union has the so who is trump looking to nominate now as dni? audacity to tell an officer to take it a step slower? take it a step slower.
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>> we heard a couple of names. well, here's what slow looks he has a background in the like. slowly being deprived of oxygen intelligence community. he served in the cia. to the brain, slow is five years also the current ambassador to the netherlands so he's already to just suspend an officer who been through a senate confirmation process. they're thinking he could could not be bothered to take a perhaps be a bit of an easier second to think, to slow down lift for the senate to confirm. he was also the chairman of the and acknowledge that a human house intelligence committee, so again more of an intelligence being, a father, a son, a man background than john ratcliffe, was dying in an unauthoized but really there's no clear list of front runners for this choke hold. position. ratcliffe was a surprise pick as and now the clock begins again. we wait for the new york city we've already discussed, but president trump has been wanting police commissioner james o'neil to replace dni coats for months to decide the officer's now. dating back to january, february, he talked about employment fate. wanting to see a change. butric garner and his for him to not have a nominee family, that fate was decided locked and loaded to go and not five years ago. really considering sue gordon, and as for justice, not just the number two, although he praised her earlier today, that's really per plexing at the pantile who has been suspended, we are all still in suspense. we'll be right back. white house. ellent. >> and some of the democratic they really appreciate the military family
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president obama. it's like saying when fdr passed maybe she wasn't allowed to have anything to say. you tell me. social security in 1935 you can >> there were some very bad say we didn't go far enough or people in that group, but you also had people that were very fine people on both sides. lbj passed medicare in '65, that >> on both sides. well, where do we stand when wasn't far enough. racist language flows from the we've taken great strides but highest office in the land? and how does it impact our now we need to cover more politics? let's discuss now with scott jennings, tara setmayer and people. and that's the message i think bakari sellers. we need to have. good to have each and every one of you here today. thank you. this circular kind of firing bakari, i'll start with you. i want to read a piece from squad as you're leading says i do not think is the right elaina plott in the atlantic, long-term strategy and i hope and it's called "we'll all tired we'll start to see that change over the next few debates. of being called racists." >> obama was incredibly popular. he had a 95% approval rating in who don't like being called the last year of his presidency. racist, quote, but rather than are we taking some steps back in distancing them from trump, the the democratic party? is it political suicide to accusations have only seemed to strengthen their support of this attack either obama or even hint president. to back down they suggested would be to bow down to the at attacking his legacy? >> it's a big mistake for the scourge of political correctness. so bakari, you've heard this primary reasons it plays into now. who actually wins this argument? donald trump's re-election play >> well, it's an unfortunate
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book. he's dependent on the narcotic tenor and tone, and it's of negative partisanship. unfortunate that we're at this if folks will ignore what he place in this country at this says and does and instead focus moment. let me say a few things. on the idea democrats are first, racism was here long radical, socialist, extremist. before donald trump is going to it's a mark how much the be here, long after donald trump. that's first. political debate you saw on the second, donald trump is a debate stage a lot of folks take racist. and third, i think that it's shots at policies obama backed, incumbent upon all of us and this may sound cheesy, but i that he advanced under great political heat. find it to be true that we have to love our neighbors, even when they don't love us. it's a gut check moment for the democratic party. i don't think ever single if you want to say the positions supporter of donald trump or barack obama held are now far voter for donald trump is outside of what's acceptable to racist. i do believe they're complicit, the democratic party, dismissing and i do think they set aside them as republican talking his racism, his bigotry and points, the idea, you know, if you're going to propose single xenophobia, and i think that's a payer as opposed to a public problem. until people stand up to this, option, even asking how much it until people say this is not who might cost as a republican we are or we are better than, this then yes, you are talking point, that's not a strong sign having an argument complicit. and yes, a lot of the problems that we're having in this rooted in reality, and it's a dangerous sign for democrats country when it deals with the going forward. tone and tenor of race, they >> i want to go to the gop now, fall at your lap as well. okay, because you've got eight >> so you're saying, bakari, house republicans who have said look, we're tired of being they won't run for re-election called racist, then your
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argument is stop being complicit in 2020 including congressman in racism and people will stop will hurd who's the only black calling you that? >> yes. the fact is there are many of us republican in the house. what happen today the push for out here who want to appeal to the better angels of our nature, diversity we kept hearing about? to quote lincoln. you to stand up. gone? >> i don't know it ever existed. this is not for me and you the call out or tara to call out at michael steele tried to make a push at it. a certain point there have to be you saw what happened to him. white people in this country, i think will hurd and others are particularly the white college frustrated. educated women and white women when you look at the tweets of who voted 53% for donald trump this president, the silence of the republican majority in the and white male evangelicals who senate, for example, and then still support him and prop him up. those in the house, it's hard to racism has been around for a long time. standby if you're someone who we've been called all types of thinks that every american has names, but people have to stand an opportunity to succeed and up. prime minister of goodwill and that we all should have the same conscience have to stand up. rights in this country. and they can do that with no and so i think you have people regard to their tax break. just saying i can have a bigger impact on the outside. but to the last point, i think, who the cares -- >> joe lockhart did speak up. scott, i want to bring you in again, this is what we should here. talk about in the debates, he is a former white house press people trying to take away health care. secretary under bill clinton. and he tweeted earlier this week people talking about my home that anyone who supports a state of maryland and baltimore racist or a racist strategy is a being a disgusting rat infested racist themselves. in 2020, he writes is a moment city, and meanwhile not getting of reckoning for america. any help to those cities.
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so i think that's what the vote for donald trump and you are a racist, he writes. democrats should focus on, and i don't hide it like a coward. think that's why you're seeing wear that racist badge proudly republicans start to step away because they're throwing their and see how it feels. hands up and saying especially scott, i'll ask you. how will this play with trump in these swing districts i can't voter, given what bakari sellers even win anyway. >> john, can democrats has just talked about, the idea of complicitness, and about capitalize on this and strengthen their hold in the whose obligation it is to speak house in 2020? up? >> well, if this is the attitude >> of course they can. all these republican and the message that democrats are going to carry in the 2020 resignations are an opportunity for democrats. but they've got to be playing presidential election, i think they're going to be very addition, not division to do it. disappointed with the results. i saw joe's tweet, and i saw him we're facing it's a republic if you can keep it moment in this talk about it on television, and i thought about how many upcoming election. so democrats have to be careful millions of people switched to be putting an inclusive their vote from barack obama in vision out there. 2012 to donald trump in 2016? and for the republican party i there have been three studies on mean george w. bush sincerely this. it's somewhere between 6.5 and reached out. $10 million depending on what people forget back in the era of data set you want to look at. i'm wondering to myself if democrats are going to go dwightiz knocking on doors in wisconsin dwightiz and p and michigan and saying dwight eisenhower, beginning in 1964 this shift started to take listening, i don't can you stop place and donald trump is the being a racist if you agree to most extreme example of that vote democrat today, they're going to come away with a lot of so-called southern strategy
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where he's not even trying to slammed doors because americans hide it anymore. don't view their elections that the problem is when good folks away. they don't view their votes that leave congress because they want to have influence on the way and they don't want to be condescended to that way. yeah, i think that message is outside, that's right up there what a lot of democrats want to spending time with your family, do, but i think they're going to the problem is disqualifying in sorely disappointed with the results in middle america if today's republican party. we need more republicans to that's the direction they choose speak their minds and stand up to go. >> tara, you're a strategist as to some of unacceptable well. you a lot of experience here on statements emanating from the this issue. white house realizing it's a i want to ask you, donald trump total gutter of whatever claim jr. was addressing a cincinnati rally, and he said that using racism has become the easy go-to the republicans have to being button of left wing politics. the party of-lengthen. >> i don't think it's a essentially, what scott is talking about, the notion of coincidence the four republicans this is your go to, you're not that spoke out against the going to go very far. president's treatment of four what's your response to that? members of congress, some of >> well, you know, in the past, them have already announced the progressive left would throw they're resigning, others are rumored to be resigning. the word racism out, and a lot >> quite a coincidence there. i mean it's a sad day when you of times that it wasn't necessarily appropriate. have to leave government as a it was kind of a way to shut down the argument. public servant to serve the as a republican over the years, public. thank you, gentlemen. depending on the issue, i used to be come on, you guys are my next guest has some very really overusing the race card. strong words for president sitting here today, i don't trump. >> we can no longer allow a agree with that anymore. the fact that we're dealing with white nationalist to be in the white house. someone like donald trump who
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i want to start with a clip from dollars on my car insurance with geico. the debate if i can. here are your words. ♪ i never wanna hear you say... ♪ >> i think we're missing two central statements we need to make. number one, we can no longer no, kevin... no, kevin! allow a white nationalist to be in the white house, number one. and number two -- number two, we believe it! geico could save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance. have to make america what it's always been, a place of refuge. >> i want to talk about both of those. you didn't pull any punches with that. why were you compelled to call the president a white nationalist that night? >> well, because the white in white house is meant to stand for virtue to unite us rather than trying to inflame the passions of one race, of one color. and we have seen this individual who currently occupies that sacred home build his entire political career on racial animus. he started his career. the only reason he has any
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identity from a political standpoint was fanning the racial flames against barack obama. you recalled he started his political career claiming was born in kenya, and you can be assured at any moment when this nation can take the virtue and the hopefulness that we found from abraham lincoln, instead we will have the hatred and animus and divisive rhetoric from donald trump not by accident, by the way, but intentionally. this is his intentional act, and that is why it's even darking and more vile. we have to speak against it. and that's why i said what i said and i standby it. >> you put a really comprehensive detailed plan deal with the climate crisis. and i know this issue of the climate and people are debating the green new deal. how are you going to work with republicans who question the extent or even the existence of
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climate crisis? >> well, look, the best way to deal with the republican, at least the one in the white house is to defeat him. he has called climate change a hoax, where the entire scientific community using our tax dollars, by the way, have paid for the science to show this is a real threat to our safety. and by the way, climate change is not just a singular issue, it's all we care about. it's our health with more people getting lyme disease and our kids getting asthma. whole towns are burning down. i went to paradise, california, a town of 25,000. burnt right down to the foundations and billions of dollars of losses in our farms. it's our national security. look, the pentagon is telling donald trump that we face national security threats
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because of mass migrations that will occur and are occurring already in the climate refuges that we're already seeing. so this is something that impacts all of us in every state and is only going to get worse. but it is also a huge economic promise. so the first order of business is to remove donald trump where he can't do anymore harm. and we've got to elect a few more members of congress as well. now the fact of the matter is the entire republican party now is cowering. they will not stand up against donald trump. and if they won't, they just need to be defeated. and that's the immediate plan. >> governor, i've got to ask you, i'm glad you pointed out people try to compartmentallize climate change but it also has a big impact on communities of color and other underserved communities. what do you propose to do to ensure environmental injustice does not continue in america and across the globe, frankly, but
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particularly for kmunlts commun cull snr. >> what we know is the first victims of the climate crisis are frequently communities of cull, indigenous communities. written code 412817, they live next to refineries. as a result their kids have a terrible epidemic of asthma. i talked to people in florida with heat problems. i've talked to people in the west who can't breathe because of the smoke from the fires. so this is a health issue, and so i've embedded environmental justice in all of my climate plans to defeat the climate crisis, and i think this is an opportunity to restore racial equity and reduce income inequality because we can put 8 million people to work in union jobs, rebuilding the infrastructure of this nation. this is an economic development
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opportunity. it's a good news story as well. if we seize the vision statement that i have that is unique amongst all the candidates and it is unique. and by the way, if you share my view on this i hope you go to jay inslee.com if you send in a buck to make sure i remain on the debate stage, we need to keep climate change on the debate stage. i'm committed to that. >> thank you for your time. we'll be right back. with the sleep number 360 smart bed you can both... adjust your comfort with your sleep number setting. so, can it help us fall asleep faster? yes, by gently warming your feet. but can it help keep me asleep? absolutely, it intelligently senses your movements and automatically adjusts to keep you both effortlessly comfortable. will it help me keep up with him? yup. so, you can really promise better sleep? not promise... prove. and now, save up to $600 on select sleep number 360 smart beds. plus no interest until january 2022 on all smart beds. only for a limited time. on a scale of one to five?
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