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u.s. president trump says he has scrapped a secret meeting with taliban leaders at camp david. >> why would you want to let presidential prestige unless you're absolutely persuaded this was going to be a done deal? >> this would give them a boost of political legitimacy they don't deserve. >> right now is dead. is dead. and now this makes it worse. >> the shelters are horrible. all of them are horrible. everyone have to fight for their own food. >> i haven't seen a government
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official yet to come to give us a bottle of water or to see what is going on. >> announcer: this is "new day weekend" with victor blackwell and christi paul. >> good sunday morning to you. our top stories this morning, call it off and what would be have unprecedented move. president donald trump has scrapped a secret meeting with taliban leader after the group took credit for attack in kabul that killed a u.s. soldier. thousands of people in the bahamas displaced and living in conditions at this particular time that are rapidly deteriorating. we are one week out from this, people. and these folks are still in these horrible conditions. our reporters are on the scene to witness the rescue and the recovery efforts that are ongoing. but think about it. we are in day six, seven much
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this. people have been living through this hurricane, after this hurricane, and they are walking around in areas that -- and to quote reporters there smell like death. >> the food and the medical supplies, other supplies that they need are pouring into the country but cnn spoke to residents of grand bahama who say they are still isolated and they need that help to get to them. >> reporter: washington smith, submitys to his friends, no longer recognizes his backyard, the eyelid why he has lived all of his life. hurricane dorian stole out over the eastern end of grand bahama revaging everything in its path. tore houses from their foundation and his humvee swung
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threw a wall. smitty, like many people, is running out of patience. >> grand bahama right now is dead, it's dead. and now this make it worse. this make it worse. one hateful part but all of this, all of this happened in the east grand bahama and i haven't seen a government official yet to come to give us a bottle of water or to see what is going on. >> reporter: the damage to smitty's home defies description. a wall of water crashed over this part of the island. smitty and his teenage daughter survived. many others did not. this is the hole that hurricane dorian bunched in the house, washington smith, i should say one of the holes and tore off his roof. sent boards with nails flying at
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over a hundred miles an hour through his house. everywhere you go, you see -- you see damage. you see how shrapnel shredded the ceiling. careful with this. a nail sticking out of board that came flying through. and then most frightening thing you see where the water rose to. all along here. came up and up and higher and higher until here. this is over 20 feet high and it stayed this high for 50 hours. ed it was 50 hours of topure torture. little aid in this area and most of the area is blocked and under water. as they wait for government assistance, some residents like marilyn ling in high rock have taken it upon themselves to organize a relief effort, distributing supplies donated by
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friend and family, staying busy, she tells us, keeps her from reliving the horror of the storm. >> i have no words to say how bad. maybe 1 in 10 house, 1 in 10 houses standing. >> reporter: there is silence in these hard-hit tounwns and sten of death in the area as body are still being recovered. u.s. helicopters hovering low victims say means another victim of the storm has been found. there has never been a storm like dorian before here. >> from 1962, i ride out every storm. >> reporter: would you ride out the next storm? >> no. i tell my daughter, i say when i hear a storm coming now, with the help of the good lord, i'll far to get as far as i can from here. >> reporter: dorian has scarred
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the bahamas and people from bahamas forever. >> evacuees are in that area. >> they arrived aboard the cruise ship you see there. they delivered foods and supplies and emergency responders to the islands. now among the crowds, two women, one bahamian and one american, they have only known each other a few weeks but look at their bond. >> this is renato taylor and her family were here two weeks ago at the children's hospital for her son and they went back and the storm was brewing, so we stayed in touch and texted and called and prayed and she was able to get on this boat and now we are going to take her where we are from and lef her and support her until she can go back home.
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i can't believe she is here. you're so brave! you're so brave! >> the experience on the whole was something to get away from. i've been strong when it comes to hurricane but compared to drowning and stuff, i was really -- a lot of families lose their loved ones. it was really hard. i know my -- will catch itself. the timing when it's going to catch itself, i wouldn't wait, but we are strong, united people, and i feel as though, with some time and help, we will be able to recover. >> a lot of organizations helping in the recovery efforts here and one of those groups is team rubacon who represents veterans with post-traumatic stress order. >> they are helping those recovering from durk dhurricane
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dorian. jake is on the phone with us from team rubacon. good morning to you. >> good morning. >> i was there in naus sssau. i saw all of the gray shirts flooding in. what are you offering people there? i know you have a long-term recovery plan after other storms and this will take a long time. how long will you be able to stay? >> it's really hard to tell. our medically medical teams have been working the last three daze on abaco treating patients both at the clinic and the outlining kaefs and getting there by helicopter. we have also moved in what we call core operation team. right now as predominantly change operatoperators, they arl cut off on the roadways so to help clear the roads.
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as long as long-term recovery, your previous guest mentioned that some communities 90% of the homes are destroyed. we are still trying to make an evaluation of whether or not our rebuild efforts similar to what we did in puerto rico after hurricane maria will be applicable here. we hope so and we are consulting with some of our advisers to put together the plans and exploring what the labor laws and building code are. but there is no doubt that this economy is going to be disrupted for as long as people cannot get back into suitable housing. >> jake, i know you are also talking to a lot of people there as they try to decide what to do next. are you seeing in these people some of the behaviors or the symptoms that might be similar to what you see in the veterans that you help who have ptsd? we want to know how these people are. >> well, listen.
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no doubt that these people have suffered an immense tragedy. there are people that you come across who still have a little bit of that thousand yard stare on their face. i would say it's inspiring to see the resilience of the people in the bahamas. they are coming together and taking care of one another in their own special way. that is not to say there is a lot of people who need help. obviously that is why we are here. but i think you can't underestimate how terrifying this event must have been for everybody who chose to ride out the storm. >> jake wood, thank you so much for you and your team's efforts and what you're doing there. it's important rocker. >> jake, thank you. >> thank you for having me. the prime minister of health of bahamas said the eventual
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loss of life will be staggering. officials say the storm killed two people in north carolina. >> a lot of residents are cleaning up. they had severe flooding. this is an aerial view that gives us a sense of how far that flood water crept into neighborhoods. this is north carolina's barrier island. look at this shot from the ground. has is how high the water rose. floodwaters trapped a lot of people in their homes. some had-to-rescued from upper floors or from attics. and even further north, canada, heavy wind in halifax in nova scotia. >> it was draped over a building there. the building is under construction. they say the crane kind of split in half on impact, along with a lot of damage, downed trees and
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the wind and heavy rain from dorian left more than 300,000 people without power across nova scotia this weekend. now if you want to help -- i know a lot of people do -- relief effort in the bahamas and here in the u.s., go to our website cnn.com/impact. meeting cancelled. president trump cancels a meeting with the taliban after an american soldier is killed. does this mean the peace talks are over indefinitely and how does this help with his progress on to remove troops from afghanistan? details after new report that forced the head of the school's prestige iiouious scho stepping down. serena falls short in hiic
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home last night. he was killed last night at the u.s. embassy in kabul. clarissa ward is with us. hello to you. before we get to the cancellation, the invitation of taliban leaders to camp david, that is as controversial enough. coming up just a few days before the anniversary of 9/11. >> that's right, victor. i think a lot of people woke up this morning and while everyone was aware of the fact that it appeared the u.s. was very close to a peace deal with the taliban, that a deal in essence had already been agreed to and just needed the sign-off of the president. i think people were still flabbergasted to hear the news that president trump had been planning to bringing the chief negotiator for the taliban who has spent much of the last decade in a pakistani jail to camp david along with a formal
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meeting, a lot of people will have been very critical of that mean move and said it's too soon and in light of the fact so many attacks, just a constant drum beat this entire week, victor, of taliban attacks, many killing civilians in kabul and also a large offensive in condos. i think undoubtedly a large mounting pressure on the administration to pull out of this camp david meeting and also i'm sure the afghan president had something to say about it and probably did not want to attend, given that the afghan government really stands to lose the most in this negotiation. >> there is a source telling cnn there are new dates being discussed by the white house for a potential future meeting with the taliban. i'm wondering just what message that sends to the group overall and how plausible that really is. >> i think one has to look on at the broader perspective here which is that for a year now
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almost, a lot of people have been working very hard to try to thrash out some kind of a deal and after an 18-year war, nearly 2,400 u.s. servicemen killed and countless and thousands of afghans killed, i think there is, broadly speak, a real and sincere appetite for some kind of peace agreement but that doesn't mean you can bulldoze through the process. it has to go step-by-step and many would argue things need to be agreed to and the taliban were never forced to agree with any signed of a cease-fire. if you look at trump's tweets closely he appears to indicate in the tweets if taliban were to agree to a nationwide cease-fire in negotiations there could be a continuation of the negotiations and there could be some kind of a meeting on u.s. soil between taliban official, u.s. officials and potentially afghan government official.
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but there are a lot of if's in there. for now for the taliban to turn around and say we agree to a cease-fire would look like capitulation and they are also walking a very fine line in terms of trying not to alienate their seldom support and jihadist elements within their faction who do not approve them talking to the u.s. at all, so a lot of if's and maybe's right now. >> thank you, cla rrissa ward. iran said has it turned on se. >> they plan to allow the u.s. tommic agency to monitor their program. mike pompeo tweeted this earlier this week.
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>> did convicted sex offender jeffrey epstein try to buy back his reputation by giving money to prestigious institutions and did it work for a little while? our brian stelter weighs in next. jay-z come in after a donation for a chicago nonprofit. i had a heart problem.
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sealed. our chief media correspondent brian stelter with us from new york this morning. in the big picture, i know you've examined this and you say this isn't just about money here and there. this is about a convicted pedophile trying to buy respect and redemption and it seemed for a tyke to work here. >> for several years it did work for jeffrey epstein. he was able to ingrayiate himself through millions of dollars in donation and in some cases bringing in other wealthy individuals and also encouraging them to donate to institutions like the mit lab and other institutions. what we see is a clear example of someone who was trying to up his reputation and make people forget about his sick past by spending lots of money. this is not something that oo sunique to accept steen but a clear case here. there have been a drip, drip,
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drip at the mit media lab with staffers and professors deeply concerned about the donations from epstein and whether some were being covered up. this had been going on in weeks and the new yorker story came out and the head of the center resigned saturday night. a quick result after the story that showed an attempt to keep epstein's donations secret. in other words, they were taking his money but they didn't want anybody to know about it and trying to keep it as quiet as possible and probably what is disturbing here. >> when we use the term media lab, it signs pretty benign. why would bill gates and jeffrey epstein be donating? give us an idea of what this is at mit. >> renowned future center thinking about the media in awful its form. a center has been around for decade and it is very well-respected and prestigious. one of the concerns here and one of the concerns among the staff there is that because of its epstein taint that the media lab
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may be hurt as a result. look. i think what we have seen in the epstein case involving rich and powerful people in his orbit. some people knew about his past and tried to hold their nose. other people don't seem to smell it at all. the bottom line is that this was a man who was convicted for running a sex traffic ring years ago and he tried to have a comeback by throwing around tens of millions of dollars. he described himself as an investor and what that got him into these prestigious university circles but mit knew there was an issue at the time aeve and mit says they will be investigating but don't have to look too hard to understand on the surface what happened here which is when you walk in the door with tens of millions of dollars and with famous friends and powerful friend, you get special treatment and then you get certain reward. you mentioned bill gates. according to nefero gates and epstein were in conversations at one point and gates was bringing
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money to mit as a result of epstein. here is a statement from the gates' camp. so basically epstein and gates were talking, epstein maybe was giving gates advice on where to donate and where to give philanthropy. another circle that epstein was running in before he was arrested and died last month. he was running in rich and powerful circles and we are more an more evidence of that continue to come out even though epstein is no longer alive. >> brian stelter, thank you. >> thank you. watch "reliable sources" at 11:00 a.m. eastern here on cnn. is congress getting back to business in washington tomorrow? house democrats plan to hit the ground running. nancy pelosi says they will legislate, they will
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members of congress return to the house tomorrow. speaker nancy pelosi is laying out a plan in her words to legislate, investigate, and litigate. that includes examining the president's violations, they say of the constitution and rule of law, protecting and defending our elections and confronting president's culture of corruption. those are the words from the speaker's office. joining me now emily larson, a political report for "the washington examiner." good morning to you. >> good morning. >> the speaker's office puts this out. this is about at the same time we learn that chairman jerry nadler, house judiciary, will be defining this impeachment inquiry. is this the speaker's attempt to say we don't need to create the
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eye word we can do the job with this list of priorities? >> i think so. pelosi has said for a long time that impeachment is not something that she is looking to do. she thinks that it would be a detriment to democrats in the 2020 election, but laying out this plan to investigate donald trump more and litigate and look into these things without necessarily bringing articles of impeachment, on the one hand, it allows democrats to look into and highlight all of the things that they think donald trump is doing wrong and poorly without having that pressure and potentially political consequences from bringing actual articles of impeachment against the president. these investigations and even the house looking to define its impeachment inquiry is
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interesting, particularly at this moment, a saying that i like that i've heard from republicans before governing is campaigning by different means. and so certainly these inquiries and looks into donald trump, what he is doing, will have an impact on the 2020 election. >> of course, the question is this list any better for those purpose district democrats? yes, they would have to have a difficult vote with the party to vote for or against impeachment or moving forward on it, but this list dominated by investigating the president, that might put them in a difficult position as well. >> it could put them in a difficult position but it's a lot easier for them than impeachment because it allows them to highlight what they think donald trump is doing poorly and a lot of what democrats are looking to do with these swing district voters and a lot of what is the battleground right now are people, particularly women in
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suburbans districts and they are turned on a lot of times by president trump's tweets and attitude and sort of demeanor, and so looking into these potential conflicts of interest and looking into how president trump might be april abusing power, a potential obstruction of justice interests is a way for democrats to highlight that. >> former presidential candidate now joe walsh tells cnn that george conway is unofficially advising him in his run for the republican nomination for president. here is what he told our fredricka whitfield. >> i think the world of george conway and history will look back on him as one of the true great patriots. he came out earlier than almost anybody else in in very bluntly calling out what a threat this president is to this country. i'm honored to have his advice. i speak with him often.
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he's a wonderful adviser. as far as any formal role with our campaign, i would only be so lucky as to have somebody like george conway involved. >> so i've seen no confirmation from george conway he is involved with the walsh campaign but conway how hold intrigue aside, what is the impact of this, if it's true? >> well, i think that joe walsh's campaign is definitely sort of a fly for the trump campaign right now because a lot of people don't think he has that much after chance of putting much of a dent in his chance of getting re-elected. so i think for george conway, if he is, indeed, inform a.ally thinking about advising joe walsh, the question is what is their strategy to take down and highlight some of the weaknesses of trump from a republican angle? a lot of people have focused a lot on joe walsh's past
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statements. for a very long time, he definiteto the obama birther conspiracy theories so i'm wondering what george conway would say about that and what directionally be pushing him. >> emily larson with "the washington examiner" good to have you. >> thank you. all right, listen. take your pick of the craziest headline from this next store. a 73-year-old new mom of twins. dad is 82. the children's grandmother, she's still living. stick around for one incredible story. serena williams coming up short at the u.s. open. andy scholes is in new york. >> serena 0-4 going for that record tying grand slam title
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just look at the time line of brown's off-season. efficient traded from the steelers to the raiders in march. misses multiple practices because of his helmet dispute with the league and wednesday a letter detailing how he had he fined by the team for missing said practices. the same day got into a confrontation with the general manager mike mayock about it and
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then brown apologized for it all and said he was playing on "monday night football" but yesterday the brown fines brown for actions for brown' guaranteed money and brown asked to be released and raiders did so and patriots scoop him up for. brown is not eligible to play until next week. serena williams falling short to win a grand slam title. she lost to straight sets to bianca andreescu. she is the first canadian and first player born in the 2,000s to win a tennis major. >> i've been dreaming of this moment for the longest time. for it to become a reality is just so crazy. i guess these visualizations really, really work.
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>> honestly and truly it's so frustrating. so close, so close, so close, yet, so far away. >> serena has to wait next year to go for grand slam title number 24. when andreescu was 16 and winning a junior tournament she wrote herself a fake check like she had just won the u.s. open and that became true yesterday. i don't know what amount she put on that check three years ago but i'm guessing it was not 3.85 million because her face lit up when they handed her the check yesterday. >> i'm going home and writing myself a check! >> hold on, serena. number 24 is coming! hold on! rapper and businessman jay-z's partnership with the nfl is again being scrutinized after a chicago nonprofit received 200 thousand dollar grant from jay-e and the league. crushers club try to reduce gang
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violence by getting kids involved in boxing and other sports. the group's founder was caught holding scissors to cut the lock off a teenager with her caption, and another crusher let me cut his dread off. it's symbolic of change and for a better life. she says the posts are being misconstru misconstrued. carlos is here with us from the shadow league. we didn't no about this group before all of this happened. is the anger really towards the group? is it towards jay-z? how do we figure that out? what is really going on here? >> both. but, you know, it's on social media like jay-z is catching most of the seat heheat on this.
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jay-z has dreads and it made me think about andrew johnson's situation last december, a coupled before christmas. remember, the high school wrestler in new jersey who had to get his dread cut off to wrestle and a couple of weeks tyler williams had allegations he played college basketball over in arkansas and he is alleging he was dismissed from the team because the coach didn't like his dreadlocks. we have this conversation about blackness and how we hair our hairstyles and the question and drama about jay-z two or three weeks ago when this was announced and here we go again. the first pile of cash thaw give out for this so-called change for equality and social justice and you fumble it. >> when you were here last, i said a lot of people are just silent and squinting, waiting for what is coming and in this is what we get. let me read the response from
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the club. hazelgrove has tweeted about support for the president, talking about crime in chicago. she say those are being misconstrued and she said i understand my social post could be misstrewconstrued and appeare sensitive. again, this is, yes, about the group. you're hearing and here we are talking about this because of new jay-z nfl partnership. what does he have to do now to clarify what the goal is of what he is doing if this is where the money is going? >> the thing about has that really concerned me over the past couple of weeks and we have seen how this has all played out is if you've been a fan of jay-z and rap is a genre music and
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you're posting about yourself. over his career, we have seen him mature and on the last one, five, ten, 15 years, you could says his business acumen. he likes art now and he is shooting videos in museums and all of these things. if jay-e just wanted to make this a business deal since he is a billionaire now, he said that from the jump, i don't think people like me or people on social media, there could be so many critics about this. jay-e is billionaire and doing a deal with the nfl. when you throw this onch stuff in there the concern comes in. >> the conflict of the social priorities and the business priorities. >> correct. >> carron phillips, good to have you back. >> thank you, sir. still ahead, twins! >> this story is amazing! >> that is never easy, let me say that. not that i know. but this is not the most surprising part of this birth announcement. this is a 73-year-old first-time
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she is 73 years old and she is a new mom. if that is not shocking enough, she is a new mom to twin girls. twins! >> and daddy is in his 80s! cnn's rick -- >> daddy is what you're saying? >> daddy is in his 80s. she may be the oldest new mother in the world. i think she has got that one. >> reporter: twin girls joined the world in india last week. a big day for any family, but a miracle for their parents who have wanted to have children for 57 years. this 73-year-old woman may be one of the ole women in the world to give birth, doing so by cesarean section after
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undergoing ivf treatment. the new mother and her 80-year-old husband were married in 1962 and were never able to conceive, even though they had sought advice from doctors and hospitals over the years, this all changed last year, when they approached a specialist. >> she is pregnant. amazing for us. frat we formed into team. we formed in three teams. one to look after the pregnancy and one team to look at the nutritional teams and another team to look at the -- >> reporter: the couple says they are thrilled and looking forward to bringing the babies home. the day the whole family has dreamed of for decade. >> translator: my daughter, at last, became a mother. i've been here the past eight months and cooked food for her when she was pregnant and special a diet and i always
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wanted a granddaughter. now i have two a and i'm very happy. >> reporter: a special delivery for their parents who say it was worth the wait. >> and then grandmother comes from around the corner! her 73-year-old daughter just had twins! and she is babysitting! >> god bless them! congratulations to all is all we can say. >> yes. all we can say. we are back in a minute! i can. the two words whispered at the start of every race. every new job. and attempt to parallel park. (electrical current buzzing) each new draft of every novel.
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