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joanierne earnst says trump needs to tone it down. and tim kaine talking to voters in florida today telling the crowd that trump is only looking out for himself. >> we're running against a guy who is kind of a social darling. >> but first, des moines, iowa where donald trump will highlight the roast and rine event. not only for this past week, but some of the developments earlier today. let's talk about the trump campaign changing positions and flip flapping from week to week, do we expect him to address immigration at this rally? >> it is fascinating that his signature issue, how he started his campaign, and the issue that
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propelled him not nto the nomin, he is talking about a variety of options about what to do for the 11 million or so undocumented immigrants in the country. he seemed to flip and then flop. rudy giuliani says he is listening to his inner circle, still deciding what to do. we don't expect him to address here. we do expect in the next week and a half, according to trump himself, that he will give an immigration policy speech where we will learn additional details about where he will decide to stand in the end. it is very interesting to talk to trump supporters. most we talked to here and in recent rallies say they expected trump would soften. instead he is saying he wants to deport every one of them, but there are trump supporters, including many high profile
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supporters say waffling is the wrong thing to do. >> thank you for that, jacob. receiving her first intelligence briefing at fbi field offices. casey hunt janes us in white planes new york with more details. >> hillary clinton getting that intelligence briefing at this fbi office near her house. it was about two hours and 17 minutes. it is a courtesy briefing for nominees. it doesn't dive so deeply into foreign policy and national security issues as hillary clinton would have been familiar with as secretary of state, her and trump would have received similar types of briefings. we didn't see any aides. the campaign thinking she
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doesn't need any help digesting this type of information as it was not as in-depth as she would have been dealing with when she was secretary of state, but republicans raised questions about whether or not the aides should be punished because they used her private e-mail to kmublgt with her when she was secretary of state, but that that would potential i will be a miss handling of classified information. clinton's campaign wants to keep the focus on the issue they brought up in the last couple days. they are up with a new ad focusing on the issues. they are talking about whether or not they're going to expand the map of states for the fall. if they are far enough ahead, they could spend in states like arizona and georgia. they're not going to advertise
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in virginia through the fall. the question whether or not that might be to arizona or potentially to georgia, two states we normally think would be in donald trump's column. >> thank you for that, casey. a war of words on the campaign trail this week with donald trump calling hillary clinton a bigot, and hillary clinton saying he allowed s supremists in his campaign. let's turpg to my guests now. good to have all of you with us. let me begin by asking you about
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stephen bannon. it was revealed in court documents that he made anti-semetic remarks p spokesperson for bannon says it is not true. what does this all say about what is happening in the trump campaign. the kind of processes that take place to vet out that he is iring. >> he hires first and asks questions second. this is not unusual for the campaign. they may seem dark, inappropriate, and nasty, but it goes to the temperament of the candidates. as a matter of fact, i would point out that in the u.s. senate race in illinois many years ago, it was the divorce
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filings of the republican candidate that led to a candidate named barack obama. >> let me pig -- pick up on that point. they had not vetted someone, and they went on with the bridgegate scandal, stepen, i believe, are they becoming a problem for the trump campaign? >> any kind of distraction like this can be add. 74 days left, so any distraction can be problematic. i don't think voters on the ground care very much what these people working in the campaign are doing. the real question is where does donald trump stand on these key issues. that is where the focus should be. so if steve bannon made controversial remaerks or not, don't think voters care, but
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they care about the issues he brings to the campaign. they have been all over the map on his signature issue. >>. >> let's talk about whether or not they are a hindrance to the campaign. >> perhaps the senior staff told trump about his background. if you take a quick google search of cory lewendowsky. and mr. bannon. this could mean that donald trump knows who he is hiring and he is very comfortable with it. >> asking about it, if he is hiring a individual that had close russian ties, or ties to close russian businesses, to the
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point that rocket was making there, does he not care that these things in the past, these associations that some of his senior staff members had are going to hurt his campaign. >> it could be consistent with his personality. that they don't care. let them attack me and this will feed the beast. but it is a fair attack to say that the people you surround yourself with, and this is where i will disagree with my colleague, the people you surround yourself with are a reflection of your sensibilities and your judgments. back in the '08 campaign, the clinton campaign turned out that one of their top strategists was lobbying for columbia. >> just very quickly, what we're sieg here in donald trump and hillary clinton is the first
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real decision, if you will, in terms of what they will make if they become president of the united states. donald trump's first decision was mike pence. his second, or first, was hiring the staff around him. this is indicative of his management style. . so i disagree with the young lady before because i do think the american people care about this kind of stuff. >> this was in the wake of dwayne wade's cousin being shot in chicago. he is facing criticism. walking her baby in chicago. just what i have been saying, african-american will vote trump. several hours later after that tweet was criticized online. then trump said my condolences to dwayne wade and his family.
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they are in my thoughts and prayers. here is what he today say, take a listen. okay, i don't think we have that sound byte. in ses sense, i want to go to the fact that trump was saying she only cared about african-american votes. african-americans will vote for trump, not even offering his condolences until several hours later when it was being criticized. >> this is the same thing if you remember that he did after the orlando shooting. he did the same exact thing. instead of offering condolences, he jumped on to the issue that it may have been terrorism. and he has not been courting the african-american vote. if he was courting the african-american vote, he would speak to the african-american
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audience and particularly african-american leaders. that is not what he is doing. he is speaking to white audiences trying to court a white vote. he is trying to get the base of the republican party back that he lost. when he comes out with these statements, that is his goal. i just step back for a moment as i made the comment before that i think it is shocking to imagine that trump is vetting all of these people. this is somebody who did not even know what was going on in the ukraine and russia. to think that he knew what paul manafort was doing was highly suspect. >> all right, jean, michael, we'll speak to you later in the hour. when we come back, deal or no deal, a highstakes cease fire.
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relief for syrians desperate for peace is still on hold. they have become almost a daily occurrence. fighting has been relentless since a cease fire earlier this year. john kerry says they are close, but still no deal. >> i ka say that we achieved clarity on the path forward.
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we completed the majority of those discussions that were focused on making this real. >> ambassador, when i first heard this i was skeptical of it. how should we be reading this, with optimism or pessimism. >> i applaud secretary kerry for trying. they were working the details, but i am also pessimistic. all of these agreements have failed. so it is hard to think that this one will be different. >> do you see anything different in the way these talks were carried out in terms of what
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they may be discussing, from what you heard, that could make a different result in what you have seen in the previous negotiations? can you take it seriously if president asad is not even involved in the negotiations? >> it is a very good point. the problem is that the people that need to stop fighting are not at table yet. the second major problem is that mr. assad is winning. he just took a city outside of demascus. he thinks force is achieving his objectives. he doesn't have the incentives that you normally need at the end of a civil war. usually you need a stalemate nap is not what he thinks right now, but i'm not optimistic. >> if you were advising this
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current president or an incoming president, what would you suggest for changing thor specktives on the ground. and even beyond that. >> with respect to the opposition groups that we support, they have to start to win. there has to be a better lals of power between them and assad. he has to believe that he cant defeat them and then begin to negotiate. while they're losing, he has no incentive to negotiate with them. >> is that the call for the administration to accept up their support for the rebels, to change their support on the battlefield? >> that is my recommendation. and you mentioned isis. the majority of our efforts
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right now. it is against isis. and rightfully so. we should be trying to destroy isis. but we're not focused on trying to help the opposition in ways that i think would lead to a potential for a political negotiation. you can't do diplomacy. you have to have facts on the ground -- >> that is why the war still goes on. we always appreciate your insights. >> thank you for having me. now a deeper look into the humanitarian efforts of the brave volunteers on the front lines of the crisis. for aleppo's children, they are the last lifeline. engineers, shopkeepers, bakers, now experts in search and
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rescue. >> every day you see children? >> children more than others. >> he taught kids english before the war, now he helps save them. >> we have three kids, two kids on the other side. >> part of the all volunteer force, the white helmets. they were the ones who recued omar, whose stare stunned the world. mohammed was saved. >> when guy to sleep i feel like my dad is sleeping there with me. >> this boy lost his dad too, a member of the white helmets, one of 135 killed. the last just three days ago.
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>> do you worry about your own safety? >> of course. >> in a place where death comes every day like helmets. >> absolutely heart ren muching images there. coming up, the victims of the earthquake are laid to rest, they're hoping to find any signs of life in italy. plus, a tropical disturbance that could hurt florida and the gulf coast. to everyone with this pain that makes ordinary tasks extraordinarily painful, i hear you. make sure your doctor hears you too! i hear you because i was there when my dad suffered with diabetic nerve pain. if you have diabetes and burning, shooting pain in your feet or hands, don't suffer in silence! step on up
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the 35 earthquake victims. lucy, good to have you with us. i know you have been covering this from the beginning to the very starting stages. is it moved from a rescue to a recovery now? >> being realistic here, we're approaching 84 hours now, surviving in the rubble will be incredibly difficult. so hopes are fading, but those rescue efforts are not. we are still experiencing aftershocks. it is hard to get equipment in and out. now saturday the country is coming to grips with the reality of what happened. we have more than 2,000 people that lost their homes. they are trying to decide what
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to do as the cold season approaches. most importantly, mourning all of the people who died. she was found dead, but in the arms of a sister who survived, they buried that 9-year-old girl. we spoke to one man here. just after he buried four of his relatives. he tells us that his boy loved to dance and now he is dancing up in the skies. authorities have done more to approach the ancient mid evil structures. they spent nearly 500 euros restoring to earthquake standards and the building crumbled regardless. >> okay, finding out some of the
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questions were asked in the wake of the earthquake, thank you very much for that update. >> a tropical system making it's y through the caribbean is threatening heavy rainfall raising concerns that the storm will worsen the state's zika outbreak. bonnie, before we get into the impact on zika and what it could mean for that fight, what's the latest on this tropical threat. how is it growing? >> not only is it growing, potentially because as we go we're seeing a bigger rainfall threat, but we also have a brand new system that may impact the carolinas by the beginning of this week. things are starting to get very active and it is certainly proving to be that way. multiple systems, tropical storm gustaf. and tropical start 99-l and the
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disturbance in the golf of mexico. so as we look, something we have been warming for the last week, it is slowly drifting west. perhaps in the next five days, we have a 40% chance of develop ment. that is a medium chance. as it works northwest of cuba, is it coming into warm water. but for now it is encountering wind sheer. that is one of the reasons it's not so impressive. by the time we get to monday, will it develop in the gulf of mexico. this will be a big rainfall threat for the gulf coast. we're looking at heavier rain expected for miami. and there is also that threat from that weaker system in the
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west. looking at thunderstorms firing up in meyers. this is 91-l and we'll be watching it in the next few days. >> the rain is going to affect the zika outbreak, why is that? >> if you have six inches of standing water, mosquitos are attracted to standing water. we could mosquitos gathering. hopefully that isn't the case, but a big chance for rain tomorrow. >> thank you for that update. coming up, a break in the case. police make an arrest in the cold blooded killing of two mississippi nouns. and donald trump takes his
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see what the power of points can do for your business. learn more at chase.com/ink welcome back, everyone. thank you for sticking with us high pressure here is a look at some of the stories we're following for you. an arrest has been made for the murder of two nuns in mississippi. early this morning, bangladesh -- last month in which 22 people were killed, most of those were fortunaters. -- foreigners. coming just two days before john kerry is expected to visit. this week we're left with
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more questions than answers on our policy. good to have all of you with us. i should emphasize, you were the charles schumer senior aid, let's start with what donald trump said tuesday on foxx, take a listen to this. >>. >> is there any part of the law you can change that would accommodate the people that skribt to identity, have been law abiding, have kids here. i know you had a meeting this week. >> i had a meeting with great people. there can be a softsoftening. we're not looking to hurt people. we have great people in this country. we're going to follow the laws. >> this is what he said on
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thursday on cnn. >> if they have not committed a crime, is there -- >> the first thing, there is no path to legalization unless people leave the country, when they come back in, if they come back in, they can start paying taxes. there is no path to legalization unless they leave the country and come back. >> what is donald trump's plan on immigration? >> i don't know, and i don't think donald trump knows, and i don't think kellyanne conway knows. and i don't think trump supporters know. he said he would build a wall, which is almost impossible, two that he would deport people humanely. i'm not sure how you do that especially when they're here, paying their taxes, law abiding
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citizens. i don't know what trump is saying. i'm not sure trump knows what he is saying. >> this is a position he took on early in his campaign. it was a signature point, but now we're less than two mops away, -- months away, and now it seems muddled. can he risk having his signature policy muddled? >> i don't think so. this is a clear point to track moderate republican that's have been abandoning him, especially college educated women. he needs to get them back. this is a ploy to soften his language and policy on immigration. but not those moderates. and i don't think it will work. let's remember what she doing. he spent the last year
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terrorizing 12 million people saying he will rip them from their families. for purely political reasons, he got up and now said, and it is abhorrent that he could do this to these people aes to his supporters who he promised a hard-line policy. >> if he is changing his policies on immigration. some saying he is moving to his republican adversaries, but he also got push backs from those who represent their own wing, if you will, the republican party. can he afford to lose those people if he draws close to the hillary clinton campaign? >> not only can he do it, but it's like stayiaying you're goio
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soften the spanish inquisition. he is not capable of doing it. it got him through, successfully, the republican primaries, the social media backlash, and i think he is incapable of sticking with a pivot or a change in the face of that. >> let me play devil's advocate here. he just came off of a series of leanings. it's a point that rudy giuliani made that shows that trump is listening. do you see it that way? how do you explain the shift. >> i think donald trump is thinking out loud, putting his finger in the wind and saying whatever is coming to mind. this is what he thinks. he doesn't know what he thinks. this is someone not rooted in policy.
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this is someone not rolling up his sleeves and understood the nuances of immigration and to the earlier comment about why people come to this country. people don't just come because they want to. in some instances they have to because of religious persecution. he is not nuanced in the policy positions. so we see him unfurrowing in front of our eyes. is this the person you want in the white house, that you want to mange the complex decisions representing you? that is truly the question. >> okay, thank you for being with us this afternoon. >> thank you. >> up next, a change to california state law is about to clear a major roadblock for actual asuggestion victims. still ahead, my colleague is
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coming up in the next hour with a new interview with donald trump's doctor. how much should voters be informed about a candidate's health?
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it took 46 years to be able to talk about it, let alone discuss the disgusting detailing of what he did to me. i have grandchildren, two daughters never allowed to watch his shows -- >> that is victoria valentrgs ina. dozens of women have come forward to accuse bill cosby of assault, but many are too late
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to be able to file charges. >> joining me now, kahny leba who authored a bill to remauove time limits on rape cases. let me ask you about the specifics. california as a current law where cases where dna surfaces. >> there is a ten year statute of limitation, there is dna evidence that can be introduced, but only one year after that prosecution may take place. so eliminating this statute it would be cleaner for victims. >> if a law like this was to pass, it would prevent like what we have seen with business cosby. >> absolutely. a ten year -- an artificial
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ten-year time frame is nothing. this would say to victims everywhere, to survivors, that we believe in you and there should be no time limit on justice. you should come forward when you feel comfortable and ready. >> why will it encourage victims to come forward? >> we know there is a numerous reasons they don't come forward right away. once they in a place in their life, they will have a time they need to come forward. >> i know, senator, some organizations and critics say that this could be unfair and make it harder to defend against false accusations that with time, and time from a criminal activity or actual assault, it is harder to convict individuals. what is your reaction to that? what do you say to critic who is say you may end up convicting
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innocent people as a result of this. >> i don't feel that will happen a all. 2 of 100 rapeists are convicted and serve jail time. we never want someone to go to jail for a crime they didn't convict, but rapists are not doing the time they should be doing. >> i will tell do you is clear that hold houses of the legislature, i'm proud of all of my colleagues, it is going to the governor's desk. >> do you want to see something like this implemented in other states as well? >> yes, there is a patch work, everyone should take it seriously. >> california state senator,
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the kind of work that the foundation has done, which attracted donors from around the world, it is work that went right into providing services to people. we said before, you know, neither my husband, my daughter, nor i have taken a penny of salary from the foundation. >> that was hillary clinton on "morning joe" saying neither she nor her husband got a salary from the foundation. they did not directly profit, but not every statement made by the candidates or their campaigns can be so easily
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established true or false. the majority of the money does not go to charity. he said if they have about 80% overhead and 20% of the money is getting into the place this should, it seems like the only work the clinton foundation is doing is lining the pockets of bill and hillary clinton and that to me should be investigated. how true is that statement. >> we rated that claim false. he has the percentage break down back wards and it is troublely from a misreading of their tax documents. they only spend a little of their total expenditures on grant that's go to other charities. so we talked to some charitable experts and looked at their tax documents, and it is 80 to 90% of their fund that's go to programming expenses and 10 to
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20 go to the so-called overhead nap does say how effectively they spent it, but the vast majority are going to their charitable programs. and we're told that is about normal for organizations of that side. and as was noted earlier, the clintons, bill, hillary, and chelsea, do not take a valley. >> let me ask you about a chart that comes out of the clinton campaign, she said there was a ride in bullying across schools. >> kids hear more than we think. they report that bullying and harassing are on the rise in our schools. >> so first of all, does this
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trump effect exist? is that a true statement or false? >> it's not completely true because the study that was conducted that was the source of the claim was not scientific. the study found that -- they asked about 2,000 k through 12 teachers that reported they were seeing an increase in bullying, especially among children of immigrants and muslim students. the survey did not ask about a particular candidate, however they had about 5,000 comments in total and one in five mentioned donald trump. so it it might not be accurate to say that bullying is on the rise across the country because of donald trump, but it is happening in certain schools. >> and trump made a comment
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about hillary clinton's tax plan. >> she wants to raise taxes on african-american owned businesses to as much as nearly 50% more than they're paying now. >> we looked at that, there is nothing that would result in that sort of a tax hike. my question to you is where is he getting that number from and is it true or false? >> we rated that false. it comes from a mash up of different aspects of clinton tax plan, but we looked at her plan ourselves and found that nobody in clinton's tax plan, unless maybe a few very specific high earners would have an increase in half against what they're paying now in taxes, and he mentioned specifically
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african-american families and biss, and there is nothing that specifically mentions any race, african-american or otherwise. >> let me ask you this. in terms of the comments you're hearing on the campaign trail from both candidates so far, what is the most egregious statement made by one side or the other that you say is false? >> i feel like it changes every week. we hear an egregious spin about her e-mails, and then that thousands of people were cheering on 9/11. and that mexico is sending in the bad people. we are hearing it from both sides. >> i have a feeling it will not end any time soon with 73 days left to go to the election. thank you very much for breaking that down for us. >> thank you. >> that is it for this news hour here on msnbc.
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