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plus the unmasking of a much rumored third party alternative. who the heck is david french? >> you hear all the time vote if you're not voting for donald trump you're voting for hillary clinton. false. what if you're not voting for donald trump, you're voting for someone you actually believe in, you respect, and will actually do the right things for this country? and we caught up with his wife this morning. >> he's been trying to get other people to run for a long time so it's probably why people are considering him. he's been very anti-trump, never hillary. it's not like we sat around trying to get any political position ever. >> close call, the clinton campaign sees danger signs in their private polls in california. with less than a week to go and bernie sanders is feeling his own burn. >> the message to the democratic
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leadership is the democratic party is to be the party of working people and young people and the middle class. they have to open up the doors. coming up here bernie sanders' closest adviser, his wife jane joining us live. and zika in the u.s. a baby girl to a honduras mom is born. >> people should practice safer sex or abstain for at least eight weeks if they are returning from zika-infect ed areas. this goes for men and women and the previous recommendation suggested a period of at least four weeks, so we're upping interest at least four weeks to at least eight weeks. good day, everyone. i'm andrea mitchell in washington. as donald trump's campaign has yet to answer tough questions about trump university and
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business practices. adding for the fuel for a search for a third party alternative. a new poll shows hillary clinton up four points over donald trump just outside the margin of error. when you include gary johnson and green party candidate jill stein, clinton's lead over trump shrinks to only two points, a virtual tie. and then the mystery man, david french, a writer and iraq war veteran touted by the never trump movement. joining me now hallie jackson, chrkristen welker in newark, ne jersey, for a clinton event next hour, and msnbc chief legal correspondent ari melbourne for the latest details on the court documents released on the class action lawsuit. hallie, first to you. you were a big player in the news conference yesterday. unanswered questions about trump university as well as his attack on the federal judge overseeing that case. >> reporter: are and a couple topics on that, andrea, because
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when donald trump was holding that, as you called it contentious, combative here at trump tower, we were start iingo get our first look at documents that were being unsealed by the court in that lawsuit brought by students who were alleging fraud here. and some of those documents reveal instructions for salespeople trying to sell the course, that they should suggest potential customers rely heavily on credit card debt, on retirement funds to help pay for the course, some quotes we're seeing now, rm toer managers talking about how they believe the course was preying on the elderly and the uneducated. trump not answering questions but taking aim at that judge. he was on his list of people he was railing against. one of the questions was fellow republicans like mitt romney, susana martinez, how he plans to
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bring the country together even as he slams conservative writer bill kristol who has been trying to recruit somebody for some kind of an independent bid. and on that topic i had the opportunity to ask trump why he's so concerned about an independent challenger when trump flirted with that independent bid. trump brushed it off saying an independent cannot win and now word of a potential new challenger, david french, played a little bit of sound from his wife in the introduction here. here is more of what she had to say about her husband's potential run to take on donald trump. >> i'm not sure. i really don't know what goes into it. it's not like we've sat around trying to get to the oval office or any political position ever. we're honored to be considered. i don't know if it's a probable decision. i just really don't know. >> reporter: french getting
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reaction from former nominee mitt romney tweeting he believes french is honorable, patriotic and intelligent and he looks forward to hearing what he has to say. obviously, andrea, all of it a real long shot to try to mound some kind of an independent challenge to take on trump. >> with trump university, still all of those unanswered questions to say nothing of the attack on the judge. you've been digging through these documents. what are the big takeaways from the way they were trying to recruit students. this is a for profit university which under new york attorney general rules, at least they've filed suit saying it's not a real university and this was all during the housing crash, the recession from 2007 to 2009. >> it's certainly not a university and what is revealed is it's not only the customers suing and want their money back but some former employees who have damn iing accusations abou
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how it ran. in this newly unsealed declaration, i resigned my position because i believe trump u. was engaging in misleading, fraudulent conduct. the elite program would have had to pay using disability income and taking out a loan. trump u. reprimanded me for not trying harder to sell the program to this couple. jason nicholas, a former trump employee as well says salespeople told customers how donald trump buys property with little or no money down. this was not true. trump u. did not teach donald trump's real estate investment secrets or how he evaluated properties. look, i can tell you also from the trump side of things directly on some of that controversy there, andrea, we have mark who directed the initiative and says, hey, the script used by mr. nicholas makes no statements about
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trump's hand-picked experts nor about mr. trump's secrets. andrea, no surprise that there's going to be debate in an open and ongoing lawsuit about the facts. that's what the case will resolve and that will not be done until after the election in november. it's a larger question of what is donald trump's actual record and do his own statements or some say exaggerations differ with what other people experienced when they got involved in his companies. >> and still to come is, of course, the expected matchup with hillary clinton. she, kristen welker, heading to california and bill clinton for the duration of this it period until the election on tuesday. they are expecting a much tighter race. their own polling, i'm told, shows it's in single digits. >> reporter: it is a much tighter race than they were expecting and that's why secretary clinton canceled one of her events.
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i am told there will be no shortage of attacks for donald trump. this tight race in california, senator sanders hasn't left california. he's poured almost all of his resources into this state. if after california no one has enough pledge delegates that super delegates should consider coming over to his side. that's a really tough argument to make. secretary clinton wants to win in california because that would like ly take away one of the lat remaining arguments to stay in the race. she goes out west where you will be covering her. back to you. >> not exactly a household name, in fact, barely known outconservative republican circles, so could he be the right to challenge in a thr
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three-way race. former minnesota congressman vin webber. well, david french. >> exciting day, isn't it? >> with all due respect to david french and he is highly regarded, co-author with his wife, we were expecting a big na name. >> and that's the problem. everyone says man of intellect, intelligence, everything you would want in a public servant but we've been led to believe we were going to get mitt romney or maybe ben sass, the senator from nebraska. it's maybe a little unfair to david french the bar has been set too high and he doesn't seem to be a candidate who has a chance of actually winning in a three or four or five candidate race. too bad for him. >> the counter argument someone who is unknown, not part of the establishment is the best person to take on two of the biggest brand names in politics right now, trump and clinton. >> i think that's -- i think
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that's true and i think we're going to see more third party independent votes this time than we've seen in a long time partly because two of our candidates, donald trump and bernie sanders, spent much of their campaigns discrediting the two political parties saying it's a rigged system, the parties are corrupt. so you'll have a certain number of people out there that think they can't vote for the repub c republican or democratic nominee. whether or not anybody gets to a position where they can challenge and potentially beat the two nominees, there's not a candidate yet. we just saw in his polling gary johnson the libertarians take roughly equally from both democrats and republicans. david french will be aimed explicitly at taking votes of republicans away from donald trump. >> and that would argue for the libertarian ticket right now. the most experienced and also
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credible choices on the libertarian ticket. >> it's likely to be the most experienced ticket on the field. both republicans who represented democratic states. i don't know governor johnson. >> former ambassador. >> former ambassador and they've got a very strong appeal. they are social liberals and economic conservatives and there's been an argument for a long time that's exactly the familiar la to win in this country. i certainly think they're going to do better than in the past. it raises a very important issue, andrea, what is the commission on presidential debates going to do? stick with their 15% threshold in the polls that says a cann candidate has to have 15% in order to be included in the debates, has to be fairly recent or close up to the approach of the debates or open it up and say this is a unique year and we
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have two of the most unpopular nominees we've ever had. i think that is a big issue. >> david french was saying this weekend why not mitt romney when he was on with joy-ann reid. why not mitt romney? is there any way -- and i saw the interview this saturday and it was an impassioned explanation and defense for his big attack on donald trump, how strongly he feels and he would write in a candidate. you've known the man so well. is there any way given this appeal because he's not going to attract koch brothers money and big money. >> i really don't know the answer to that. i would rather doubt it. he's a person of great conscience and great ability. be a fantastic president and i think he would make it a genuine
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three-person race. it would be a genuine three-person race as opposed to running a spoiler campaign. but i don't know if he has any intention. he's also a very serious and organized person. he knows it's getting late in the game. >> one quick question, the continued attacks on republicans like governor martinez by donald trump, how is that going to hurt his attempt to do the near impossible, to raise $1 billion in three months? >> he's managed to unite the republican party because of some polls that have come out since he secured the nomination that surprised everybody short of virtually tied race. as we get closer to the fall campaign, hillary clinton will get a boost out of securing her nomination if she does. the attacks will weigh on him more seriously and we'll face the real demographic issue, can we increase the republican share of the vote with hispanics, with asians, african-americans, with
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women and young people with donald trump at the head of our ticket. >> i think your answer now is no. >> it doesn't look like it to me. he's surprised everyone in the campaign. >> and coming up, hitting home, the zika fears growing. one of the nation's top doctors joins me next. this is "andrea mitchell reports" on msnbc. i'm on the move all day long... and sometimes, i just don't eat the way i should. so i drink boost® to get the nutrition that i'm missing. boost complete nutritional drink has 26 essential vitamins and minerals, including calcium and vitamin d to support strong bones and 10 grams of protein to help maintain muscle. all with a great taste. i don't plan on slowing down any time soon. stay strong. stay active with boost®. ugh. heartburn.g ] sorry ma'am. no burning here. try new alka-seltzer heartburn relief gummies. they work fast and don't taste chalky.
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growth. director of the national institute of allergy and infectious diseases. thank you very much. how concerned are you where we know the infection takes place? >> we know that we have in this country already in the continental united states close to 600 and individuals infected in the region which there is an outbreak and we know we have about 160 of those individuals are pregnant women. that's the important reason why we keep saying over and over again that women who are pregnant should not travel to areas in which there is outbreak of zika and that's the very firm
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guideline from the cdc. we have a considerable number of travel related cases. i wouldn't be surprised if we do have local outbreaks. hopefully very small and ones that will be able to contain. this is a threat we've been speaking about for some time now which is the reason we have to be very careful and able to control an outbreak if it occurs than to prevent it from occurring by good mosquito control, vector control, the things that we and the cdc have been talking about now for some time. >> and what are the new guidelines that i think were issued yesterday perhaps by the cdc in terms of abstention and safe sex practices for men and women? >> that was an extension by w.h.o. the cdc guidelines have been appropriate and in place for some time now about the safe sex of men who have been in the
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area, infected or not, and what the duration of their need to either refrain from sex or to use correct and continued use of condom for variable periods of time depending upon their circumstance. the cdc guidelines have not changed. it was the w.h.o. that extended the period of time when they told men that they needed to refrain from sex if they might have been exposed to zika. >> now about prevention, there is a holdup on capitol hill. we've heard from the president. we've heard from you. and the senate passed a bill. the house stripped money from it so nothing has been passed to give health officials the money that they need for prevention. >> that is true. we are right now obviously need the money that the president has asked for. we're doing what we need to do. we're doing it on money that is being moved from other accounts that you can't do that for long. there's a very short leash of time frame on that so we really
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do very much need the money that the president has asked for, hopefully a bill with money that allows us to do what we need to do in the areas of prevention, vaccine development, public health measures, et cetera, that we can move on that very quickly. we're hoping that happens very soon. >> thank you very much. thank you for being with us today. >> moving the goal post. bernie sanders saying it will be factually incorrect if hillary clinton clinches the nomination on tuesday night. his wife and top adviser jane sanders joining me next here on "andrea mitchell reports." what's it like to be in good hands? like finding new ways to be taken care of. home, car, life insurance obviously, ohhh... but with added touches you can't get everywhere else, like claim free rewards... or safe driving bonus checks. even a claim satisfaction guaranteeeeeeeeeee! in means protection plus unique extras only from
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the truth is that unless i am very, very mistaken, no candidate, not hillary clinton, not bernie sanders, will have received the number of blpledge delegates that people vote for. neither candidate will have received the requisite number of pledge delegates that he or she needs to become the democratic nominee. >> senator bernie sanders challenging the way the race could be called for hillary clinton even before the polls close in california disputing the imagimagic number of 2383 n to win. clinton is only 71 delegates away from hitting that number, joining me now is bernie sanders' wife, jane sanders. good to see you again, thank you for joining me today. >> thanks, andrea. good to be here. >> the dispute, the sanders campaign, bernie sanders, you
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have been arguing that super delegates should vote the way the states go. you've won 20 states. you hope to win california. so your basic argument is that it as california goes, so should go the super delegates from that state? >> well, i think our basic argument is really just a fact that the way to win the detective nomination during the primary season is to get 226 pledge delegates. bernie is right. it doesn't look like either one of them will be able to reach that threshold after all the primaries are taken. then it goes to the convention and then at the convention the super delegates weigh in. our concern -- i've heard chris matthews and others say we're going to call it at 5:00. well, that's not okay especially when montana and north dakota is
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still voting and it's not factually correct. unless he says ichl out of the race, there is not a democratic nominee until the convention. >> if you lose california, and we've been reporting it is really close. i would say almost a tie according to my information based on the clinton campaign's polling and other polling, and we'll have more polling later today at 5:00, that said we don't know what that poll will show. >> i'll watch. >> it's going to be very close a according to all the indicators. and does that mean if it doesn't go your way, bernie sanders' way, will he then throw in the towel? >> you know, he's said all along he's staying in until the convention. i think that you're watching -- i think the media is much more concerned about this than either
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candidate or democrats. i saw a poll that pointed out 56% of the democrats themselves wanted bernie to stay in the race. in california it helps because there's a contest there and that will bring out democrats to vote. it won't bring out republicans and that will help in how the democratic race shapes up for the general because they have this whole thing the top two vote getters go against each other. we'll see a lot of democrats going against each other and republicans want have a chance. i think you're not seeing either secretary clinton or bernie going after each other in negative ways. you haven't seen that this entire race. we're talking about ideas, still fighting for the ideas. he still wants to see a $15 minimum wage, end fracking. there's a number of things that he wants to make sure are in the platform and hopefully be the
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nominee to carry it out. we won't know that unless someone reaches the number on tuesday. >> what about jerry brown's endorsement? it was certainly grudging, less than ringing but saying that he believes that hillary clinton is the best alternative to beat donald trump and donald trump would be a dangerous alte alternative. that had to be a disappointment to you. >> we hadn't met with governor brown nor asked his endorsement. we're used to having governors and senators and congressmen vote for or endorse secretary clinton. we've accepted that. he's the antiestablishment candidate but he's won 20 states. so the people have disagreed often. it's what it is. >> but you and your husband are suggesting that -- you're suggesting jerry brown is an
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establishment candidate? >> no, no, no. >> he's hardly that. >> no, but i think there is a lot of pressure on officeholders to support secretary clinton and that's fine. i do take issue with his analysis. i think bernie is the better person to go against donald trump and all the polls keep on showing that. bernie is the only one with a favorable rating. he has 37% unfavorable. donald trump has 59%. he does well among independence and that makes a difference. he in vermont has taken away a number of republican votes. >> do you really think governor jerry brown is responding to pressure? >> no, no, no. i'm saying that i have trouble with his analysis, the reasoning that he raised.
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governor brown is entitled to his own opinion and we respect that. there's no problem but what i do have concern about is the media saying, really from day one, andrea, that the race was over, that really there wasn't any chance. a lot of states have proven they disagree. bernie's won 20. we expect to win at least half of the states in this country and then it goes to the convention and super delegates. we don't agree with idea but we respect. they will take into account all the factors and make the decisions themselves and we'll respect that. >> and how would you feel if someone who shares a lot of your husband's views, elizabeth warren, ends up on a kikt with hillary clinton? >> i think a lot of people are
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being considered seriously and we want secretary clinton to pick a progressive so that we can really, if she is the nominee we want her to pick a pro-grektive gressive and we wi we're getting a strong platform and have transformed the democratic party over the course of this year. >> well, you've certainly done that. there's no question about that. it has been transformative. >> well, and we hope that the most important thing is donald trump has to be defeated. it's a price that he's the nominee of the republican party. and what we are going to do no matter who the nominee, if it's bernie we'll have an easier time of beating donald trump, if not we're going to work very, very hard to make sure that occurs. >> jane sanders, thanks as
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spokesman for the u.s. led coalition against isis. thank you very much for joining us. the current situation in fallujah and the estimate of the number of children, how do we know how many children are there and what is their status now? >> thanks for having me on. i appreciate the opportunity to join you today. the city of fallujah has been surrounded and are attacking to try to get into the city proper. they've been fating in the y suburbs for the last week. fallujah has been under control of isis for the last two years. there's a very stiff defense, a very stiff resistance that they've been fighting against in the last three days and it's been some very significant fighting, heavy machine guns, mines, artillery, all of this making the fight very slow and
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methodical to get in. the coalition supporting are both concerned about the civilians inside the city. we've seen the estimates of the numbers all the way up to perhaps $50,000 to $100 thousand. we really don't know exactly how many are in the city but we're trying to very carefully apply firepower to make sure that when we shoot as an isil target, an isis target, we are not causing any collateral damage. >> now what do you expect from isis or isil, as you refer to them, if the iraqi forces and u.s. air support helps them and the iranian backed militias gain ground, will they re-create, will they retaliate against the civilians? what would be the m.o., do you think, of the bad guys?
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>> well, actually that's exactly what we're looking for now. we've certainly seen where they'll fight to the last fighter, where they've run away when they know they're going to lose the city. we're waiting to figure that out. we're looking carefully at how they behave. if resistance lightens up, they might be leaving. if the fighting gets even slower and tougher, they may be deciding to fight to the last man. using human shields, using trickery and putting civilians at risk, none of this is beyond them. they're all possibility as we go forward. >> and how difficult, colonel, is it for us to be in this coalition, unlikely coalition, if you will, with the iran iian backed militia? >> to be accurate we are not backing the shia, iranian-backed
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militias, and they are currently on the outside of the city and have not come in to start fighting. we are supporting the iraqi security forces including the army, the counterterrorism, the police and even sunni tribal forces trying to make their way into the city. i think we all realize the number one bad guy on the battlefield here is isis and everyone agrees no matter what they agree or disagree in politics, agrees that we have to beat these guys. we have to beat them here and fallujah is the place the iraqi government has decided now. war sometimes makes strange bedfellows. everyone is focused on defeating isis. that's the important thing now. >> indeed. thank you so much, colonel garver. it's good to have you there and have you briefing us. we appreciate this. we look forward to talking to you again. thank you. >> yes, andrea. anytime. thank you. >> and turning to breaking news
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it is not factually correct. that's all we're saying. don't call something that's not true unless he says i'm out of the race, there is not a democratic nominee until the convention. >> jane sanders just now defending her husband's strategy to keep fighting all the way to the convention in philadelphia. joining us now, msnbc senior political reporter perry bacon
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jr. and editor jean cummings. chris, we've heard sanders now say don't count the super delegates until we persuade some to join our camp. i think that's the thinking. they don't count until they count. >> well, i listened to your interview with jane sanders. she's right. the clip you played, she's technically correct. there isn't a nominee until the convention. that said, argument that you have to get over the threshold in pledge delegates only is something they're making up as a hurdle. the truth of the matter whether you like super delegates or hate them, they're part of the math of this election and one other thing i'll add to the point of persuading super delegates, this has been the sanders campaign m.o. and strategy for a couple
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weeks now. they have persuaded a total of zero super delegates. you would be talking about whole scale deflections from hillary clinton that i just don't see. >> well, unless there's an earthquake and the earthquake would be california. what are the chances, it's a very close race according to everything we've been able to ascertain. i'm heading out there today hillary clinton is heading out there. bill clinton will be there for the next couple of days as well. so they career clearly see something happening here because, perry, this is not a campaign that calls audibles. they don't turn on a dime. they don't even have some of these events set up. >> a campaign you thought was stronger and i do think it if sanders were to win california it may give him a further argument to continue beyond this point. the party will be really strong. that's what jerry browne was doing this week saying this
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needs to end as soon as possible. if he wins california, if sanders wins california, a little bit more of an argument. the networks will be saying hillary won on tuesday because she'll get the delegates by then and then the push for sanders to get out there be so strong, hard to get past that. >> jean cummings, if she wins new jersey as she expect and one joking conversation with a clinton person who said when i was asking why are you going to california, you must be worried, and the person said, well, new jersey is going so well we don't need to be there. >> total confidence. >> that was a joking spin but the fact is that if she wins new jersey and loses california there will be panic in the party. >> it will be disruptive and she's look iing to avid it and most times if you look at kentucky when she goes and fights for something she generally does pretty well.
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clearly the polls that they're looking at show a tight race and she's got to get there and she'll be ten times better off if she wins. so go fight for it, win it and bring it to an end. as for the sanders argument about would she be the nominee or not when she gets the delegates, that's why we call them the presumptive nominee. it is true donald trump is not the nominee yet. he will be at the convention. but he is the presumptive nominee. >> the performance yet, here are some of his answers yesterday which is really causing a stir in both political parties. let's watch. >> the press should be ashamed of themselves. instead, thank you very much, mr. trump, or trump did a good job, got it? and you make me look bad. he's been a very bad judge. very unfair and i will win the
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trump university case. bill chrkristol is a loser. his magazine is failing, as you know. i don't think it even survives. >> mitt romney looks like a into. >> chris cillizza, attacking a federal judge in a case involving your for-profit so-called university and just the separation of powers issue, the judgment issue, the tonal questions, what does that tell you about donald trump and what kind of president he'd be? >> well, look, it's -- i think it's a window into his world view, andrea, which is the reason the judge is bad, immoral judgment, the reason the judge is bad is because he didn't side with donald trump. the reason that reporters are very unfair and dishonest are because they are not writing
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stories donald trump approves of. there's only two places in the world you can be in his world view, either with him or against him. i know a lot of people are waiting for donald trump 2.0, that is the un fire many are wishes and hoping vin weber are wishing and hoping donald trump will be. i see zero evidence there is that person wait iing to come o. maybe i'm wrong. maybe you've seen it but i don't see it and i've looked to see a move to the middle or tonally and i see zero evidence. >> and paul ryan looking for the mythical donald trump. >> amazing news today, this david french campaign, there are 300 people in the house or the senate who are republicans who won election. we're searching for someone -- i don't know david french. this is a very unusual thing and the republicans seem to not be
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sure. trump is not moving. trump's view is he won the primary this way so he'll win the general this way. >> we have to leave it there. more to come, perry. thank you, jean and chris. stay with us. more right here on "andrea mitchell reports" only on msnbc. to do one thing & another. only at&t has the network, people, and partners to help companies be... local & global. open & secure. because no one knows & like at&t. it'sand your doctor at yoto maintain your health.a because in 5 days, 10 hours and 2 minutes you are going to be 67. and on that day you will walk into a room where 15 people will be waiting... 12 behind the sofa, 2 behind the table and 1 and a half behind a curtain.
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welcome back. there is startling new information about the on going recall of defective at that takada air bags. they continue to install the potentially defective air bags on new cars. fiat, chrysler, mitsubishi, toyota and volkswagen. in a response to the report chrysler said, in part, fca u.s. is not equipment any new vehicles with components that are currently vubt to recall. last october the recall of 24 million vehicles.
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in the words of bernie sanders the big enchilada. but we start with donald trump's campaign now facing new and troubling questions about trump university. >> at trump university we teach success. that's what it's all about. success. it will happen to you. >> an unflattering picture of the new defect trump u. three separate lawsuits and testimony one former worker calls a frot lent scene. hillary clinton wasting no time attacking trump over the controversy. the gist -- trump's for-profit university deceived and exploited students to take their money, and he has the gall to call the media sleazy. trump also still trying to put out fi


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