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from the broadcast center in new from the broadcast center in new york, go captioning funded by cbs it's wednesday, july 19th, 2017. this is the "cbs morning news." the white house confirms president trump held a previouslyndcled meeting with russian president vladimir putin earlier this month in germany. today republican senators meet with the president to discuss what comes next after their failed attempt to repeal and replace obamacare. and a fast growing wildfire forces evacuations, cuts power, and closes roads in central california. good morning from the studio
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57 newsroom at cbs news headquarters here in new york. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. new revelations about meetings involving president trump and his son are rekindling for for over rush russia's election meddling. questions are being raised about the undisclosed talk between president trump two weeks ago and vladimir putin. he defended the story by tweeting fake news story with dinner with putin is sick. all leaders and spouses were invited by the chancellor of germany. press knew. and investigators want to know more about the eighth person who attended the controversial tower meeting with donald trump jr. mola lenghi is following the story in washington. good morning. >> good morning, anne-marie. this is something the lawmakers have taken some issue with, this sort of drip, drip, drip of information that keeps coming
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out of the white house. instead of getting a full story, we tend to get sort of a detail a day, but president trump maintains that between his meetings with the russian president and his son's meeting with the russian attorney that we're now learning they've done nothing wrong. president trump took to twitter late tueday night insisting there was nothing wrong with his second undisclosed meeting with vladimir putin at the g-20 summit earlier this month. the president wrote the fake news is becoming more and more dishonest. even a dinner arranged for top 20 leaders in germany is made to look sinister. >> we look forward to a lot of great things happening for russia and the united states. >> that was the official meeting. the second took place later on undisclosed to the press. all leaders mingled and at the end of the night he walked over to vladimir putin.
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they spoke for an hour, although they had a brief conversation, and the only reason the sole translator thrust was present is because trump only had a japanese translator with him. they have someone else with whom they'd like to speak, an eighth person identified as being at the controversial meeting. the lawyer for ike kaveladze, a businessman, said he was at the meeting with donald trump jr. who was promising damaging information on hillary clinton. >> what we see here is again senior levels of the trump administration and now the trump family not coming clean with information. >> reporter: kaveladze's lawyer said investigators for special counsel robert mueller are asking to speak with this client.
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kaveladze's attorney said he fully plans to cooperate with the russian meddling in the 2016 election. anne-marie? >> mola lenghi. thank you. >> they'll meet at the white house. they're scrambling for ideas after the plan to repeal and replace obamacare failed for the second time. the senate's majority leader has another proposal, but it, too, looks doomed. senate majority leader mitch mcconnell appeared on the senate floor monday afternoon, announcing his chamber would hold a vote on a clean repeal of obamacare even if it failed. >> we'll have a motion to proceed to repeal the obama bill early next week. >> senator mcconnell reverted to the so-called plan c after the collapsed repeal and replace the law. >> in that proposal, there's a two-year delay, which would give us the opportunity to work out a
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complete replacement. >> but at least three moderate republicans including susan collin of maine have come out to reject it, including the insurance market. >> president trump who marks six months is throwing out another option, letting obamacare fail altogether. >> we'll let obamacare fail and then the democrats are going to come to us and ask how are we going to fix it. >> they'll work to fix it. >> te president's plan which is to sabotage the system and hope to hurt millions and millions of people make things far worse. >> when repealing obamacare without replacing it was proposed two years ago, the congressional budget office said 18 million people would lose health coverage in a single year. the partner of a police officer who killed a minneapolis woman says they were startled by
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a loud sound just before the shooting. justine damond was shot saturday night after calling police to investigate a possible assault. she was standing on the driver's side of the squad car when officer mohammed noor shot her from the passenger seat. noor won't talk. >> we cannot commit officer noor to make a statement. i wish we could. >> both officers are on paid leave while the case is investigated. the partner says a young man on the bicycle witnessed the aftermath of the shooting and officials are asking him to come forward. a state of emergency is in effect this morning in parts of central california as crews are trying to contain a wildfire. thousands living near yosemite national park were ordered to evacuate yesterday.
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eight buildings have been destroyed, but the fire has cut power and closed roads nearby. and the search for a man who vanished in a flash flood will resume today in arizona. officials say they do not believe he survived. the man's wife and three children were among the nine people killed saturday when a wall of water surged through the valley. heavy rains have stalled the search. a tragic case in miami shows the severity of the nation's opioid crisis. investigators are trying to find out how the fatal dose of painkillers reached the blood stream of a 10-year-old boy. omar villafranca reports. >> reporter: fifth grader alton banks died at this community pool in overtown neighborhood. he came home vomiting and later his mother found him unresponsive. the 10-year-old had a mix of fentanyl and heroin in his
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statement. the state attorney katherine run dell. >> we don't know where he got it. we don't believe at this point it was in his home. we believe it was somewhere between the park or the pool or the sidewalk or maybe he touched something. >> investigators say that alton may have been exposed to the deadly drugs during his walk home. police say the poverty-stricken town has seen an increase. overdoses in the past year. jessie davis is alton banks' neighbor. she worries for her own grandchildren. >> it can be nerve-racking. you have to pry don't pick it up. >> reporter: according to the medical examiner's office, there were nearly 300 overdose deaths last year in the miami area involving fentanyl. the drug is so powerful, a few months ago an ohio police
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officer allegedly overdosed just by touching the drug. omar villafranca, cbs news, miami. in nevada the parole board will hear o.j. simpson's plea for freedom. he's served over stealing his football memorabilia. he's been described as a model prisoner, but lawyers say he is still shadowed by till cannings of his wife and friend despite being acquitted. he would be free in october if he is paroled. former house speaker dennis hastert now faced court ordered sex offender treatment after his release from a federal prison system. he was freed yesterday after serving over a year for a banking conviction. the case revealed he was abused teenagers while he was a high school wrestling coach. coming up on the morning news now, a life of crime clearly never gets old. a notorious 86-year-old is on the wrong side of the law again.
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the house budget committee is expected to vote today. "the cincinnati enquirer" will not seek a third trial against a police officer who shot and killed an unarmed black man during a traffic stop. the decision came after conversations with jurors from two mistrials in the case against ray tensing. the former cincinnati police officer was charged with murder and manslaughter in the 2013 death of sam dubose. there is a warning of a possible carm get enwhen the major interstate shuts down in september. cars will be barred from entering tijuana, mexico, in a san diego neighborhood. the closure is part of plan to realign an interstate. traffic will be rerouted, but massive delays will be expected. npr reports two bodies found in the glacier in the alps are likely a swiss couple who vanished 75 years ago.
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the dow jones fell about 55 points, the s&p 500 gained a points, and the nasdaq finished 29 points higher. chipotle is facing another health care scare. its shares dropped yesterday. after the announcement. chipotle as you may remember battled a high profile of e. coli outbreak and a norovirus case in 2015. united airlines posted soaring profits despite criticism. they posted a profit of $18 million in profits. that's up 39% compared to last year. the number of customers who booked with united also rose. the airlines faced backlash and calls for a boycott after a flight in april. and apple could make it easier to dial 911 on your smartphone. the company filed a patent yesterday that could make calls for help with just a fingerprint.
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it's a more discreet way to alert emergency services. the feature would give first responders the location of the phone. it's not clear if the technology will be used in future iphones. and if you ever craved fruit punch and pickles in one bite, walmart's has you covered. they intro dudes a new item, the trop pickles. the fruit punch-flavored pickles were inspired by social media with a recipe on pinterest. not everyone is on board. many are sharing their sour opinion. anne-marie. >> i like fruit punch, i like pickles. i do not think this product is not going to make it to my picnic table. >> the picture was not appetizing at all. >> keep an open mind. i'm sure there's something there. hena daniels at the new york stock exchange. thanks so much, hena. still ahead, a romantic tribute to a former first couple. an engaged couple celebrates
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here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. an engaged cleveland couple is channeling former president barack obama and former first lady michelle obama. cassie pittman recreated photos. pittman says she thinks people were thrilled by the visual romantic tribute. tomorrow marks the 48th anniversary of the first moon landing. when neil armstrong stepped foot on the lunar surface, he carried a special bag to bring home rocks and dust samples. now thanks to space enthusiast
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nancy carlson, that bag is likely to make a little history itself. if years the bag was forgotten, and then carlson spotted it on a government auction website. she paid $995 for it. tomorrow it's expected to fetch more than $2 million. >> i found a piece of history that everybody forgot about, so that's my gratification from it. i saved it from being lost. when she sent to nasa to verify it was from apollo 11, the space agency did not want to return it. she had to sue to get it back. governor chris christie is wildly unpopular in new jersey and he's not getting any love in new york either. last night he was booed after snagging a foul ball at the met citi field. even giving the souvenir to a young man didn't help. he's in his final term with an approval rating at istoric lows. coming up on "cbs this morning," actor mark rylance joins us in studio 57 ahead of the premiere of his latest film
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wants a vote on the repeal-only plan, but it, too, looks to lacking in support. a trial is under way in the vatican where people are accused of setting funds aside to renovate an apartment. seth doane has the details from rome. >> reporter: the trial has the hallmarks of a tv crime drama. two former administrators of the vatd can's hospital are accused of embezzling nearly $500,000 in hospital funds to pay for the rev vagss of a sprawling apartment belonging to the cardinal. they had defended the scheme saying the money was an investment because the hospital would be used for hospital fund-raisers. bertone who is the vat can's number two under pope benedict
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was not charged and knew nothing of the diverted funds. candida moss, a professor of theology of the university of notre dame says no less than the credibility of pope francis is at stake. >> if we don't see results in this trial or a prosecution, people will wonder if francis is really serious about financial reform. >> reporter: the hospital is one of europe's leading pediatric centers. first lady melania trump paid a visit in may. pope francis said one of the worst cancers in a hospital is corruption. this vatican tribunal comes as pope francis tries to crack down on financial mismanagement at the vatican. the next hearing will be on september 7th. seth doane, cbs news, rome. coming up on "cbs this morning" -- >> are the days numbered for little jimmy, the neighborhood kid who would mow the lawn for 20 bucks?
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>> the days of pushing a mower around does but installing technology are here. >> in the new series "robotic revolution" we eek take a look at robotics doing the chores you hate. that's the "cbs morning news" for this wednesday. thanks for watching. i'm anne-marie green. have a great day. " " for this -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com
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"karl the fog" is still here with us. good morning, jaclyn and roberta. do i look a little short this morning? >> you are a little short. [ laughter ] >> i know that. >> put on your heels! >> you're petit like my mom was. >> i'm 5'1." [ crosstalk ] >> my driver's license says i'm 5'7". >> fake news right there. again. [ laughter ] good morning, everyone. let's get to it right now. let's take a look at our live weather camera towards san jose. we have a little bit of stratus over the santa cruz mountains. we'll call it partly cloudy in san jose. 58. 56 in livermore with clear skies. the crescent moon is just gorgeous this morning. oakland at 59. can't see the moon in redwood city where we have overcast skies. warmer today than

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