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row, peaceful protest. it all started friday when a judge found a former police officer not guilty of first degree murder in the shooting death of a black man back in 2011. over the past 72 hours, we are told more than 80 arrests have have been made. ranging have vandalism to weapons charges and for assaulting police officers. several businesses damaged while others closed in anticipation of the violence. the st. louis police department tweeted these photos late last night announcing the arrest of two people after a speeding car crashed into another vehicle. police also say guns and drugs were found inside the car. here's the governor of missouri speaking yesterday. >> we have no patience for violence. we have no patience for vandalism. that's why you saw the minute that people endanger in vandalism, our law enforcement officers were on them. they caught them, cuffed them and took them to jail.
the violence forced to chancel show on tuesday. ed sher ran had a show canceled that too was canceled. several caribbean islands battered by hurricane irma bracing for another score. forecasters expect to strengthen over the next 48 hours. hurricane watches and warnings have already been issued for areas hit by hurricane irma including the virgin islands, and saint marten. hurricane jose could grace the northeast later this week. parts of the atlantic and coast could see storm winds. meteorologist will have the very latest on both hurricanes coming up in just a couple of minutes. president trump address the united nations tomorrow. first time trump will address the entire 193 member group.
yesterday, ahead of the assembly, secretary of state rex tillerson met with russian counter part for less than an hour though discuss the situation in syria while u.s. embassy discussed the middle east and north africa in addition to the . several world leaders will be notably absent, including china and russia's viewpoint. german's angela merkel is not expected to attend due to re-election campaign that is ongoing. heavy focus for summit. have a delegation present. meeting follows recent test of ballistic missile friday. longest test of a missile distance in terms of lengthwise. also comes just over a week after the u.n. security counsel unanimous don mattinglied harsh new sanctions against north
korea. nine such time the docouncil ha done sew since 2006. >> we have exhausted what we can do at the security counsel. i'm perfectly happy taking this over to general mattis. we wanted to be responsible and go through all diplomatic means to get their attention first. if that doesn't work, general mattis will take care of it. >> if the united states has to defend itself or defend allies in any way, north korea will be destroyed and we all know that. none of us want that. none of us want war. >> trump added there are gas lines forming in north korea. presumably due to u.n. sanctions. president used a new nickname for north korean leader kim jong-un. rocket man. one he coined for the social media posting. >> have you heard that from the
president before or is that a new one reminds me of a cover of the economist, that's where the rockets are comes from. rockets we ought to not laugh about. they represent a grave threat to all -- everyone. how is the absence going to play for the assembly this week considering trump's determination to apply pressure on china regarding north korea. >> the chinese's president's absence will be telling. china is key to making sanctions work, given the flow of trade and energy between the two countries. the latest round of the u.n. sanctions approved by the security counsel needed to be watered down in order to gain the support of china and of russia. so the sub text that being
sanction as the diplomatic tool are at their maximum. there will be interest on what president trump has to say to general assembly especially given the mixed messages from the u.s. on north korea. we have nikki haley talking about north korea's destruction. rex tillerson sounding more s conciliatory. president trump taunting kim jong-un and calling him rocket man. the u.n. secretary general says that at this point, a political solution is the only solution to the north korean problem dispute the military options being weighed by the u.s. at the same time, south korean defense officials are saying they believe north korea is nearing the final stage of having icbm capability. capable of dleelivering to the united states. it's getting close to that stage. this is something north korea has warned about. president trump saying he's very
committed to having these sanctions work in order to deter and isolate pyongyang. >> thank you. we know there's been a show of force, a strong show of force by the u.s. military along with allies. they conducted another show of force flying to -- two bomber jets, if you will. sending a message there. a close business add visor of president trump is expected to testify to the committee into the investigation of interference in the election. appear tuesday and does not know if it will be an open or closed session. the "new york times" reporting last month that he appealed to the kremlin in january 2016 for help restarting a trump project. discussed the project with president trump three times. also the wall street journal reported facebook has provided
detailed information in the election. in response to a search warrant from bob mueller's team information which goes beyond what was shared with congress last week included copies of the ads in details about the accounts that bought them and targets criteria they used. people familiar with the matter. it is cooperating with authorities on that. the spokesman for former chairman testified. jason maloney told reporters he was ordered to appear and answered all of their questions. joining us from washington, co-author, good morning to you. busy week here in new york at the united nations general assembly. is the white house you think setting expectations high or low for what they're hoping to get out of it not just on the north korea issue, but on the issues including climate change and what have you. >> they see trump on kind of a role. making deals with democrats.
approval rating dipped up a bit. they want to continue that this week. going to be interesting to see president trump interact with all the world leaders at a forum like the u.n. he ran on the america first platform. he said months ago he's a globalist and nationalist. he doesn't want to have those faux pass that have dogged him at previous summits like the g20. >> we're going to look to see what he says exactly there. let's move to capitol hill. what's happening with health care. do you think republicans are going to take one final stab at repealing and replacing obamacare. >> there's a deadline they're up against, september 30. if they don't pass health care by then, they have to do more of a super majority. if they pass it, if they try to do an attempt on health care by september 30, they will only need a simple majority t. there's some momentum for this
bill graham cassidy. they need one more vote. there's a question whether democrats will rally whole base to call congress like last time and really pump up the activist base of the democratic party to stop this health care attempt. >> let me ask you about a testimony on capitol hill on tuesday. learned last night. michael cohen, one of the president's personal advisers, is going to be testifying on tuesday. what's playbook watching in the russian investigation with that. >> watching the "new york times" reported late last night that they have been clashing over documents. how much to share with mueller and senate investigations on the russian probe. cob was overheard discussing this agreement at a popular washington steak house, for him
to have that indiscretion is kind of. >> sitting there, especially the russian investigation. four students are recovering after an acid attack in a train station in southern france. according to authorities all women were standing outside of a train station when it was sprayed with a corrosive agent without warning. shortly after the incident, french police arrested a 41-year-old woman who they described as disturbed. do not believe this was terrorism related. according to boston college, treated for burns at a local hospital and since been released. threw testimony acid in their face and so relieved as bad of an incident as it was, difficult and scare as a situation that
they are all doing okay. >> boston college spokesperson tells they the students will likely continue semester in europe. >> establish police have arrested a second man in connection with friday's terror attack on a train in london. 21 unidentified man was arrested on saturday night. shortly after authorities announced they made a squant arrest near a ferry terminal of britain and france of unidentified 18-year-old male. officials are continuing to search a home south of london belonging to a known for fostering children. the couple have been awarded an honor by the queen for their service to the community. unclear right now what the connection is with that attack. dozens of people were injured in the attack. luckily no fatalities. reports prime minster theresa may expressed her displeasure at president trump. this after he tweeted friday that quotes accusation british
officials say is pure speculation. >> prime minster donald trump has intervened to say that was carried out by people scotland yard had in its sights. >> an on going investigation. >> strong words from it will british prime minster. tracking two hurricanes for you in the atlantic. join us with the latest on where they are headed. >> the heights from the emmy awards. including sean spicer's cammy there. funny stories and more when we come back.
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could say how big the audience is? sean, do you know? this will be the largest audience to witness an emmy's period. both in person and around the world. >> wow, that really soothes my fragile ego. i can understand why you want one of these guys around. melissa mccarthy, everybody, give it up. you got to love the reaction there in the audience. sean spicer making a surprise cameo appearance at last night's prime time awards. big night for politics especially in the comedy realm. portrayals of donald trump and hillary clinton on "saturday
night live." snl also won for outstanding variety sketch. also a big night for veep. sixth straight emmy for actress in a comedy series. veep also won outstanding comedy for the third year in a row. tonight's most paris tissues award went to hulu hand maid's tale. let's turn to weather. we have jose. coming up towards the east coast. maria right behind him. >> yes, jose inconvenience, maria life threatening possibly catastrophic. that's the difference. i'll start with life altering catastrophic for puerto rico and
virgin islands. sorry to be so serious, but 48 hours from now we could have a lot of suffering in puerto rico. here it is, tracking maria. storm looking very healthy. chances of rapid intensification is high. that's not what you want to hear heading for a populated area. still a category one. likely going up tow a two and three later today. here's the path by the hurricane center. this is 5:00 a.m. advisory. they have it going through the islands here. especially the islands that most at risk, that's going to be major category three. that happens tonight into early tomorrow morning. 2:00 a.m. we take the storm towards puerto rico, notice they bring it up to category four. we saw the pictures in the keys of what a category four hurricane does. they have that going. center line as of now still right over the top of puerto rico with san juan on the stronger northeast side.
also within the cone is u.s. and u.s. british virgin islands. here's the watches and warnings. issued for the virgin islands and puerto rico. barbuda by the way, which was crushed by irma is only under a tropical storm warning. not going to get hit horribly. as far as the path of the storm, irm was further up the north. redline is hurricane center path for maria. you can see the difference. they're not the same, but the closest they get is over the virgin islands. again, this is life threatening. 89 years since puerto rico was hit by a category four or five storm. if it does take that path, could be off the charts catastrophe for the island. >> people just starting the recovery processes in places
like puerto rico to be hit again. >> missed irma by about 50 miles. had about a million people without power. dodge add bullet with that one. this is heading right for them. >> thanks for that. still ahead, all the highlights from sunday night football while on the diamond houston locks up their division. sports is next. ine, but we know a lot about drama. from scandalous romance, to ridiculous plot twists. (gasping) son? dad! we also know you can avoid drama by getting an annual check-up. so we're partnering with cigna to remind you to go see a real doctor. go, know, and take control of your health. it could save your life. doctor poses! dad! cigna. together, all the way. dad! but their nutritional needs (vremain instinctual.d, that's why there's purina one true instinct. nutrient-dense, protein-rich, real meat number one. this is a different breed of natural nutrition.
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welcome back, everybody. it is the bottom of the hour, let's start with the top stories. third night in a row, peaceful protest during the day in st. louis erupted following friday's acquittal of a police officer. judge found him not guilty in the shooting death of a black man. officials say more than 80 arrests have been made. police in louisiana are investigating the deaths of two black men in baton rouge saying likely racily motivated. 23-year-old kenneth was brought in for questioning about the shooting. they say there isn't enough
evidence to charge him with murder. >> british police have arrested a second man in connection with friday's terror attack on a train in london. 21-year-old unidentified man was arrested saturday night shortly after authorities announced they made a quote significant arrest of an unidentified 18-year-old male. officials are continuing to search a home south of london. belonging to a couple known for fostering hundreds of children. >> all eyes will be on new york tomorrow. president trump is set to address the united nations general assembly for the first time. major speech is expected to be the ongoing crisis with north korea. >> following the launch last week of another ballistic missile may have partly prompted trump to coin a new nickname. kelly o'donnell reports. >> reporter: back in new york city, home again, but here for a first. the president will address the united nations general assembly tuesday. where all are familiar with his
criticism of u.n. bureaucracy. >> when you see the united nations solving problem. they don't. they cause problems. >> amid a flurry of wide ranging tweets, president weighed in on a dire threat as he described a call with president moon of south korea and taunted north korea's leader with a new mocking label asked him how rocket man is doing. kim jong-un celebrates his launch of roughly two dozen missiles this year. world leaders impose economic sanctions. >> this regime is so close now to threatening the united states and others with a nuclear weapon that we really have to moouchveh a great deal of urgency. >> president meets with leaders of israel, france, center stage tuesday where his speech will praise values while also calling for more urgent action. he's going to address these specific threats of north korean, iran, terrorism, global
terrorism and why it is important that all of us come together and confront these as a unified body. >> the president will get face time with leaders from around the world including british prime minster theresa may, palestinian authority president and special attention for south korea and japan. vulnerable neighbors of north korea. >> we wanted to be responsible and go through all diplomatic means to get their attention first. if that doesn't work, general mattis will take care of it. >> thanks to kelly o'donnell for reporting. joining us now from beijing, janice, good to have you back with us. we've talked about north korea being the center stage of united nations agenda for this week, but notably ab sent frsent willr putin and xi ping.
>> china of course the main key when it comes to having sanctions work given the degree of trade that happens between the two countries, this latest round of u.n. sanctions was adopted unanimous by the security counsel, but it was a watered down version of what was initially proposed. watered down to try to get key support of china and russia. the sub text to that is that sanctions as a diplomatic tool are pretty much maxed out. so people will be listening for what president trump has to say about north korea, given this mixed messaging coming from the united states. u.n. secretary general has been very clear however in saying that any solution to the north korea problem has to be political despite this discussion of military options. still today, there were joint military drills held between the u.s. and forces from japan and south korea. they flew missions over the peninsula, involving b 1 b
bombers, fighter jets and live weapons. wanting to send that message of readiness and preparedness to north korea as this u.n. general assembly gets underway. >> janice, thank you for live for us in beijing. there's confusion this morning other whether the u.s. intends to remain in the paris climate accord. forcefully declared withdraw during a televised announcement last june. wall street told counter parts from 30 nations they would not seek to renegotiate the deal and instead would review the terms. white house press secretary pushed back tweeting our position on the paris agreement has not changed. potus has been clear, u.s. withdrawing unless we get pro-america terms. yesterday rex tillerson offered these explanations. take a listen. >> falls report. the president decided to pull out of the paris accord because it was a bad deal for the
american people and because it was a bad deal for the environment. >> he is out of the paris climate accord. >> out of the paris climate accord. he said the door is open. if you look at what he said on the day he announced withdrawing from the accord. he said at some point in the future, if there can be a deal that addresses the fundamental flaws. >> but the allies are not open to negotiate. >> the president's ears are open though. >> there's a chance the u.s. could stay in the accord. >> i think under the right conditions he said he's open where we can remain engaged with others on what we agree is a challenging issue. >> alleged deal with democrats continued to reverberate. some questions whether the two sides actually reached an agreement. >> i think the president has said publically there's not a deal. he wants to see a deal. he called me a couple nights ago to say there's no deal. he wants to make sure we protect the interest of the american
workers. we have so many unskilled workers come in the country. asked me to sit down with the ore democrats. focus on a package of when fits for illegal immigrants. we want to put american workers interest first. there's no deal right now. i'm happy to work with the president. democrats and congress try to reach a deal that helps american workers. >> added he thinks president trump did not give up any leverage by allowing the border wall not to be part of the daca deal with them. first to criticize president trump over that agreement says despite his disagreement over the move, he'll still standby the president. >> i'm going to stick by president trump for all the rest of his agenda and do everything i can to help him keep his campaign promises. it would be petulant to walk away from a president because
you disagree on a couple of issues. >> political reports that senate majority leader told his caucus if the bill written by lindsey graham and cassidy can get the support, he will bring it to the floor this month after which the measure will require 60 votes. senator rand paul already expressed opposition calling the plan more obamacare like. attention is turning to republican senator susan collins. opposed the attempt to repeal obamacare earlier this summer. on the other side of the aisle, bernie sanders is pushing his health care alternative. medicare for all single payer program as an as prir ratipirat. >> it's not going to happen tomorrow. i admit that. we need to put the benchmark down there and go forward. >> clash among president trump's top legal advisers.
white house counsel and special counsel have reportedly disagreed. the times reports that cobb has argued to turn over as many documents as possible. mcbeggahn popular washington st house. cobb was heard talking about a white house lawyer he deemed a mcgahn spy and saying mcgahn had a couple of documents locked in a safe he wanted access to. mentioned a colleague he blamed for some of these earlier leaks and who he said tried to bush jared out, meaning jared
kushner. cob went on to praise in an interview and said they were able to work out differences professional live. >> interesting development there. joining us from washington again is co-author of the political playbook. good to have you back. >> thanks for having me. >> creating controversy last week with him hitting a golf ball with a super imposed imagine of the golf ball hitting clinton on the back knocking her down. a lot of people found that disturbing. what does the president get out of sending a tweet like this. is that the kind of behavior that john kelly is discouraging or at least trying to discourage. >> seems like a play for his base. his base still hates hillary clinton and they like him to keep making fun of her even nine months after the election. she was in the news this past week or two for her book and i
think trump doesn't like when hillary is in the news. providing her opinion on what happened. so he is willing to tweet these offensive images and it proves that kelly can't stop everything. he has shored up the white house and west wing operations and how the processes work, but he can't control the twitter account. >> how president trump has seemed to dial back the twitter presence. maybe having someone help sift through stuff so he doesn't tweet things out like that and then that happens yet again. also tweeting he is headed to alabama next week joining an uphill primary fight on behalf of the establishment. >> he's going to be backing luther strange, the incumbent to replacing jeff sessions. and, but roy moore, the controversial judge, is really the focus of people on the far
right. people supporting breitbart. so steve bannon and donald trump are in this battle royal for the next week. if you talk to breitbart people, they say this could be a big trump mistake. moore is ahead. if moore wins you could see a waive of primary challenges. that could weaken the party for next year's midterms. >> thank you for joining us. thank you. >> fires back at former rival. how sanders is responding to criticism of a lack of support following his defeat in the democratic primaries. >> plus, back with us, he's going to have the very latest on a pair of hurricanes churning in the atlantic and where they may be heading. stay with us. shawn evans: it's 6 am.
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apprentice, but he never won. why didn't you give him an emmy. let me tell you this, if he had won an emmy, i bet he would never have run for president. so in a way, this is all your fault. during the campaign. trump would not let it go. this exchange happened in the debates. >> there was even a time when he didn't get an emmy for his tv program three years in a row and he started tweeting that the emmys were rigged again. >> should have gotten it. >> but he didn't it. unlike the presidency, emmys go to the winner of the popular vote. >> the emmy goes to alec baldwin for "saturday night live." >> i suppose i should say at long last, mr. president, here is your emmy. >> that was good. obviously trump was a big focus there as well. that was just a taste of last night's emmys with the president
looming over. >> let's go back to politics now and talk about bernie sanders for a moment. senator sanders responding to criticism from hillary clinton arguing he was insufficiently supportive of her after losing the primaries as she did in this clip. >> i was arguing with my supporters at the denver convention in 2008 about why they had to quit complaining that i didn't win and get out and support barack obama. and i didn't get that respect from him and his supporters. >> i worked as hard as i could have endorsing hillary clinton. i went all over this country. i would remind people, people say not everybody who voted for bernie ended up voting for hillary. no kidding. that's what happens in politics. if my memory is correct, in 2008, 24% of the people voted for hillary clinton ended up voting for john mccain. that's the nature of politics. most people are not rigidly
republicans or democrats, they vote where they want. >> he will run as an independent when he seeks re-election next year. continue to caucus with the democratic party. >> let's get a check on weather now with nbc meteorologist bill karens. you have jose and maria set to become a major storm headed right for puerto rico. >> that's the scary one. maria could do the devastation we saw from harvey and also saw in the keying as we went through last week from irma. here's the latest. 90-mile-per-hour winds. starting to head towards land. those are the island hit first. you can see the forecast path. 140-mile-per-hour winds. wednesday at 2:00 a.m. nearing the virgin islands. this will be an early morning hit if it does take this path right over puerto rico. the cone of uncertainty still pretty wide. hoping it can go north of there. someone is going to get hit. right now looks like virgin islands and puerto rico.
then to jose. losing central core. we expected. again, this is a glancing blow. not a direct hit. this is not going to be devastating. if you have marine interest or the coastal interest, that's who is concerned about this. 85-mile-per-hour winds. starting to weaken a little bit. heads to the north, it will weaken and then curve. no direct land fall. only than tuck et in cone of uncertainty. as far as impacts we have tropical storm watches up. enough to knock down trees and get minor power outages. get rain from the storm too. track it north ward. the rain will move through ocean city maryland, delaware, jersey shore, all through southern new england. tomorrow morning at this time, watch outer rain bands beginning to move on shore. get gusty winds. don't think we're going to see winds strong enough for widespread power outages. wednesday p.m. storm just off
nantucket. minor concerns for coastal flooding and minor concerns for power outages. significant beach erosion out of it. forecast for 3-5 inches could find rhode island, southeast corner of county. long island and also rhode island, southeast corner of connecticut, long island and out on cape cod. jose is an inconvenience for a couple of days. maria is a life-threatening, possible catastrophic storm. >> at this point with jose where you have surfers heading out there and getting themselves in trouble. >> rip currents are a big -- this is a coastal impact storm. still ahead, kicking the trade week off -- details in the stories driving your business day as well when we return. can i get some help. watch his head. ♪
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let's turn to business in the global markets, kicking the week off on a high note as investors turn their attention to the federal reserve, meeting set to take place this week. joining us live from london with more, gemma, what's driving the gains this week? >> another record gains after a week full of them, s&p 500 managed to crack that all-important 2500 mark. solid stock in asia. sea of green across the board and futures pointing higher in the u.s. as well.
what are markets watching? a couple of things. deceleration of tensions from north korea. all eyes on president trump's speech tomorrow to world leaders at the u.n. general assembly for his latest thoughts on the matter. secondly, we're expecting more details to emerge from president trump's tax reform plans and thirdly, of course, the fed with expectations of a third hike this year. >> and, gemma, rolling stone, one of rock 'n' roll's most iconic magazines, may be up for grabs. >> co-founder jann wenner, who co-founded the magazine in 1967 says while he loves his job, says now selling would be just the smart thing to do. so, expecting to have a look at various options, whether he sells or exits some other way but definitely seems to want to
get out of that magazine right now. back to you. >> gemma acton, live from london. thank you very much. coming up next, much more as president trump prepares to address the united nations general assembly as the tensions with north korea hangover that assembly. preparing to testify to lawmakers on tuesday. "morning joe" moments away. ut m, but we know a lot about drama. from scandalous romance, to ridiculous plot twists. (gasping) son? dad! we also know you can avoid drama by getting an annual check-up. so we're partnering with cigna to remind you to go see a real doctor. go, know, and take control of your health. it could save your life. doctor poses! dad! cigna. together, all the way. ♪ ♪
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welcome bam. before we toss it over to "morning joe," let's talk about the stories you'll be hearing about. the president will take part in a morning meeting focused on changes at the u.n. later, he will meet with israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu and french president manual macron. paul ryan is, once again, on the road, pushing tax reform, touring a harley davidson factory in his hometown of wisconsin, american
manufacturing and free trade with employees at that facility. outspoken trump critic vicente fox will be speak at wayne state university. a at the annual forum on contemporary issues. >> "morning joe" starts right now. of course, what really matters to donald trump is ratings. he has to have the big numbers. i certainly hope we achieve that tonight. unfortunately at this point we have no way of knowing how big our audience is. is there anyone who could say how big the audience is? sean, do you know? >> this will be the largest audience to witness an emmys,
period, both in person and around the world. >> wow! that really soothes my fragile ego. i can understand why you would want one of these guys around. melissa mccarthy, everybody. give it up. >> okay. good morning. it's monday. >> nice moment there. >> september 18th, welcome to "morning joe." is it a nice moment? awkward moment. mike barnicle is with us. >> veteran. >> donny deutsch is with us. why? >> donnie deutsch -- >> why? >> donny deutsch instagram yesterday. >> make this fast. >> me with my