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>> announcer: starting right now on abc's "this week" -- america on alert. heightened security nationwide. did we dodge a bullet on the fourth? why authorities say, we're not out of the woods yet. system breakdown? a random murder in san francisco. the feds and local officials now pointing fingers. why was the suspect, a convicted felon deported five times. breaking from the pack massive crowds turning out for bernie sanders, donald trump under fire, but moving up in the polls. this morning, rick perry here live is he about to make a move? >> america's longing for leadership. and world cup fever, the final match just hours away will the u.s. bring it home? >> announcer: from abc news
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"this week" with george stephanopoulos begins now. good morning, we hope we had you a great fourth of july. thanks goodness it passed without a kind of incident that had officials so worried. here in new york 7,000 police officers deployed to protect the fireworks. pierre thomas has been tracking the threat and pierre so far so good. >> reporter: good morning, george. law enforcement is breathing a sigh of relief that we made it through independence day without any attack. high security throughout the country. speckly concerned about isis and the threat of lone wolves. unfortunately the unprecedented social media campaign by isis which is happening now as we speak is urging its followers to carry out attacks including here in the u.s. we're at the one-year anniversary of the formation of the islamic state.
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a threat that authorities are paying attention to right now we're in the islamic holy month of ramadan that doesn't end until july 17th. called on followers to make ramadan quote a month of disasters for those infidels. this will be a long uneasy summer george. >> they'll keep trying. pierre you also cover homeland security and immigration. that hour risk case out of san francisco, kate steinle was killed by an inlegal immigrant, deported five times, a lot of people wondering, how could someone like that be in the united states be free? >> reporter: george, what a tragic case and this may be a classic example that bureaucracy can kill. they say this criminal as you said deported five times never
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should have been released by the city. they say francisco sanchez was handed over to the city because of an outstanding drug charge there. prior to that he was in prison for a repeat illegal immigration offender. a speck request to be notified once the local case was resolved, but that did not happen. once the drug charges were dropped, mr. sanchez was simply free to go. san francisco is a safe haven city that does not detain undocumented immigrants. george who is right is the subject for debate. the feds said they did everything on the books. should the locals simply notified the feds when the case ended? or should have been closely monitoring the case? a very sad story. >> it sure is. let's xweet into this debate with virginia congressman, what went wrong here and what should be done about it?
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>> well both the government, the federal government and san francisco are wrong here and george let me say at the outset what the tragedy for this family. but quite frankly, the federal government i.c.e. knows about san francisco's sanctuary policy. it's a bad policy but they know about it. they could have deported again or they could have prosecuted him for illegally reentering the country four times. the fact of the matter is, san francisco -- why would they release someone back on to their streets who's illegally in the streets when they could have contacted i.c.e. and turned him back over to them for deportion and again, she would have been safe. a real tragedy. >> what is the answer here should the federal government -- should be a law that requires cities like san francisco to turn over those who were charged
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in the past charged with illegal crimes? >> that's the law and that was the law, the policy regarding detainers, which is a law of the united states was enforced by the bush's administration as being mandatory. the obama administration has converted that as something voluntary, in doing so they have eliminated a program called secure communities where individuals like this would be detained and turned over to the immigration authorities. this administration is releasing criminals back on the streets themselves there's fault to be bourn by both. the laws need to be enforced. >> over the last six years, deportation of criminals is up. >> they're not deporting people in the numbers that have been deported in the past and they're counting people they aprehend at
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the border and turn back around. the bush administration did not count that as deportation. the next day, that didn't count as deportation. the obama administration has started counting those. the actual deportation from the interior of the country is way down. this administration is not enforcing our immigration laws and quite frankly i don't think they care and this tragedy in san francisco which is repeated every day around the country doesn't get this kind of know tryty is the lack of caring of the respect of the rule of law. >> mr. chairman thank you for your time. on the campaign trail, donald trump pounced on this story, saying it proves his point on illegal immigration. he's drawing fire from his business partners. abc's cecilia vega with more. >> reporter: the polls show he's
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still doing well despite these controversial comments. the real estate mogul saying mexicans are bringing drugs and crime. so far, trump is not backing down. now, networks like nbc and univision are refusing to carry the miss usa pageant. opponents quick to pounce. they are distancing themselves. jeb bush whose wife is mexican, he's taking these comments personally. take a listen. >> he's doing this to inflame and to incite and to draw attention, which seems to be the organizing principle of his campaign. it doesn't represent the republican party. >> reporter: and others are lash lashing out, too, we heard candidates like rick perry -- or potential candidate rick perry, chris christie, marco rubio saying that this could prove to be a real problem for republicans, george, really
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illustrates ss the division of the party. >> on the democratic side trump dominating the republican side. bernie sanders drawing these huge sides. >> wow, bernie sanders is having an excellent week. people are just packing into his events. more than 10,000 people filling a stadium to hear the vermont senator speak. clinton said -- she knew that this race was going to be competitive. the reality, in a poll of iowa voters clinton still ahead by a landslide. 52% to 33% for sanders. >> and they lit up twitter yesterday, the clinton campaign in new hampshire by reining in the press with a rope. >> reporters roped off as
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clinton walked in a campaign. look clinton campaign spokesman said had a funny response. the gop may want to spin a good yarn on this let's not get tied up in knots. they said the move allowed reporters to have more flexibility on that parade route. >> okay cecilia. thanks very much. that brings us to our next guest the longest serving governor in texas history, now candidate for president. >> today i'm running for the presidency of the united states of america! >> rick perry is back but after that crash and burn the last campaign. can he be a real contender this time? new glasses had a studious look he's boned up on foreperson policy. built up ground forces in key
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states. >> it's good to be back in iowa. >> reporter: and states his claims with social conservative. >> defend the border. our rights come from god. we need to return to power to the states. >> still perry's lagging in the polls and needs a breakout moment to qualify for those first debates. and governor rick perry joins us now live. thank you for being here this morning. you have been pretty candid about your last campaign saying you botched it last time around with so many other new choices for republican why should gop voters give you a second chance? >> think american people are taking a look at these candidates and they're starting to focus on them now. and what i hear people care about who's going to be able to get this economy going and keep this country safe who can secure the border being a former air force pilot -- as we look at who has the experience
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who has the executive experience to run this country, and having 14 years of the experience of being a very successful chief executive of the 12th largest economy of the world, i think americans are going to look at us and see how we perform and obviously i think they have seen the preparation and the work we have done over the course of the last years and i think we have a very good opportunity to impress the american people that's the kind of mature leadership proven leadership with the military background and the results of our border work. american people are going to like that. >> donald trump took aim at your work on the border yesterday. he said should have done a better job of protecting the border. >> i don't think he understands the challenge, obviously, we have been there for 14 years, the governor of that state with 1200-mile border when it become clear that the president wasn't going to deal with this issue.
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we acted last summer. we had a 74% decrease of apprehensions in that region of the border where the real challenges are. my bet is mr. trump doesn't know that. again, executive experience really matters. having run the 12th largest economy in the world is really going to matter to the american people. >> is he hurting your party? ted cruz said he salutes donald trump. >> the fact is i have said clearly that donald trump does not represent the republican party. i was offended by his comments. hispanics in america and texas, have been extraordinary people citizens of our country and of our state, they have served noble and to paint with that broad of a brush, like donald
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trump did, he's going to have to defend those remarks. i never will. those are offensive, which they were. let's talk about the economy. last month, you said america is on course to the failed policies of detroit and greece. 6 we saw the unemployment figures -- >> thanks to texas. thanks to texas. think about from from '07 through 2014 george 1.5 million jobs were created in one place, one state -- that's texas. the rest of the country lost 400,000 jobs. what the president should have said in the state of the union address, i want to salute texas to make sure we have a positive job growth in this country. because without texas, this country would have been $1.11 1.1 million jobs below water. >> but can you promise this as
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president you would have an unemployment rate below 5.3%. >> what i would bring to this country is a positive view on how you get americans back to work. we got an epa that's job-killing. this piece of executive order that he put into place to force overtime that's a job killer this president has been putting job-killing regulations into place through his agencies and through executive orders. i know how to create jobs fear people from overtaxation use the energy resources in north america. you can drive down electricity. lower the corporate tax rate. not only will it raise mid-level wages it will give incentives to those companies to come back onshore. with the incentive of a lower corporate tax rate and you can have a renaissance of manufacturer churg in this
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country. >> you have been critical with the negotiating stance of the president over iran. do you expect to take military action against iran as president? >> a bad move by the media to say the only option you're going to have -- >> i'm just asking. >> military action. i hear that all too often. that's the first thing they go to, if you don't want to negotiate with them you're going to go to war. that's not correct. i think you can put a coalition together and you can use the sanctions. we had iran at a very good position from my perspective, they wanted to come to the negotiating table because of the sanctions. if we left those sanctions in place, i would suggest it would have been substantially better for america. what we're seeing now, this country, heading towards having a nuclear weapon that's going to do nothing more than guaranteeing the development of a sunni bomb they're not going
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to sit back and say we're going to let iran have a bomb. i think the other countries that are involved with this the other countries are going to be impacted by this see "the wiz" domestic of having the sanctions in place. let's talk about gay marriage you were critical of the supreme court ruling last week, but last time around you were also critical of gays in the military. take a look. >> i'm not ashamed to admit that i'm a christian. you don't need to be in the pew every sunday to know that there's something wrong in this country where gays can serve openly in the military. >> so if you were president would you stand by that? >> i agree with the four justices that were on the losing side of that decision. this issue needs to be decided by the states.
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i think -- the bigger and broader issue from my perspective, the next president of the united states may choose up to three supreme court justices. i'm very clear in my stand that i believe in traditional marriage. that's the bigger issue here is that the next president of the united states may choose up to three supreme court justices. >> would you bring back don't ask don't tell. >> i think you know that clearly has already -- >> we're beyond that. >> finally what is your path to victory here you're lagging in the polls, you're not even qualifying for the debates just yet. >> i think the work that we're doing now, clearly, both on the issues that really -- that american people really care about, are starting to tune us in. i feel very comfortable that i'm
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going to be on the stage and we'll be able to perform in a way over the course of the last months, this is an individual who has the executive experience and the vision. i think americans are looking for an optimistic individual. someone who has a positive outlook for this country. knows that the best years are ahead of us and economically and securitiwise securitiwise i know how to lay that out. i feel comfortable. >> governor perry, thank you. >> thank you, george. roundtable up next. plus overseas to the big stories defining the week ahead, nuclear talks in iran and economic talks in greece. and we're live from vancouver. >> announcer: "this week" with george stephanopoulos brought to you by cisco. i'm hacking your company. grabbing your data. stealing your customers' secrets. there's an army of us.
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i have lost count on how many republicans are running for this job. they'll have enough for an actual hunger games. that's an interesting bunch. president obama having some fun in wisconsin this week out on the campaign trail. we'll talk about it on the roundtable now. we're joined by congressman castor democratic from texas. bill kristol, editor of the weekly standard. donald trump, congressman cole you're a student of politics does this help or hurt your party. >> i think it helps. >> it helps? >> yeah it doesn't hurt.
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i look at this this is somebody making a statement. he has a certain following. i don't think he's anybody's second choice. anything that draws attention to the stage is fine. he's never held an office never really been associated all that much directly with the party, so at the end of the day it adds to the color. >> he's energized the latino community. in fact america ferrera wrote an incredible thank you note to drump for doing that. jeb bush and marco rubio took about three weeks to come out and condemn donald trump, which was absolutely surprising that they would haven't the spine early on to stand up and say something. >> i got to believe, bill jeb bush attack and marco rubio attack dodge trump said fine.
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>> cecilia said about the race donald trump had done well despite these controversial comments. he's doing well because of these controversial comments. ultimately you can't win a presidential nomination just saying outrageous things. he's tapped into real sentiments. rick perry hasn't handed it fine talking with you. >> incorporate the trump message -- >> defend trump. >> when two of the top candidates take three weeks, when the head of nascar comes out before jeb bush and marco rubio, you got a problem. >> meanwhile, ann, we're probably going to see donald trump in the debates, could dominant the stage. >> absolutely. he does an amazing thing, right, he can just absolutely suck the
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oxygen away from other people suck the attention away from other people he's doing it right now. congressman, he's taking attention away from some of the candidates that are saying things that eventually probably be what the election is decided on. he'll be able to do that in debates. >> look he's actually provided a chance for these candidates to separate themselves. actually make the statements and reactions. so again, he's a foil in the debate. i don't think he's going to be a factor -- >> how long do you think he stays in the race? >> as long as he wants to he has enough money to stay in as long as he wants to. >> bill you point out the big danger for republicans if donald trump decides to pull a ross perot? >> yeah, if he runs ere third party they could be dangerous. genuine concern about the surge of illegal immigrants and the
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fact some are criminals. >> what happened in san francisco was a tragedy to the young woman. somewhere along the line the immigration system failed allowing this man to be still on the streets. because one guy committed a crime, all immigrants and all people from mexico are like that and that is incredibly offensive. he did say that, bill. >> rick perry sat here and just did it. >> look at the guy. you have 20 people running. >> jeb bush did it. look, you don't respond to everything everybody says in a campaign. i haven't noticed anybody embrace those remarks. >> what is hillary clinton going to do with those bernie sanders
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voters? >> bernie sanders is giving her a headache on several fronts. he's drawing much more larger crowds and enthusiastic crowds. he raised a respectful $15 million. he wasn't even really trying. she went to nearly 60 fund-raisers and he went to two or three. he's doing something that they knew was going to happen to a degree. probably not by him. >> how do they handle the threat? >> well i think that hillary clinton is not taking this nomination for granted. early on before there was real competition, people were complaining about a coronation, well it's clear there is no coronation now there's legitimate competition. at the end of the day, i think this can only be good for democrats. you have more than one person
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energizing that base. >> a little competition is a good thing, you're right, it takes away the coronation argument, it neutralizes it to some extent. help her raise money to some point. >> bernie sanders has more individual donors at this stage than barack obama had in 2007. he's being underegs mated. we have been talking about the republican debates. the first debate is early august isn't it? will hillary clinton not have to debate bernie sanders. let's see. i'm really looking forward to that first debate. bernie sanders pointing out to hillary clinton that she voted for the iraq war, she's very close to goldman sachs. a fun democratic debate. >> she's still up by 22%. i suspect that will get to within single digits. ultimately hillary clinton will
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be the nominee. >> we got to take a quick break. when we come back -- two major stories unfolding overseas the financial crisis in greece and iran. and we'll look ahead to the world cup. which brings us to our powerhouse puzzler. we'll be right back with the answer. >> announcer: "this week" with george stephanopoulos brought to you by hp. push your enterprise and you can move the world. but to get from the old way to the new you'll need the right it infrastructure. from a partner who knows how to make your enterprise more agile, borderless and secure. hp helps business move on all the possibilities of today. and stay ready for everything that is still to come.
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at this 11th hour despite some differences that remain we have never been closer to a lasting outcome. but there is no guarantee. getting to yes requires the compromise, the self-confidence to be flexible. the maturity to be reasonable. "the wiz" domestic to set aside illusions and the audacity to break old habits. just days ahead of the latest deadline.
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the optimism from the iranian side unwelcome news to our next guest, tom cotton of arkansas. what do you make of that optimism from the foreign minister of iran? >> george it's good to be on with you. iran is that's regime that's killed -- that video that zarif posted over the weekend, with his smug tone shows far down the path we have gone to iran's position. iran had been negotiating from a position of weakness. iran should have faced a simple choice they dismantled their nuclear program entirely or face economic devastation and military destruction of their facilities. they think they're negotiating from a position of strength. >> those like you who believe
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that will iran will submit to military coercion are delusional. >> if that's the case they wouldn't have come to the negotiating table in november. it was the fact of sanctions in 2013 and the threat of even tighter sanctions that drove them to the negotiating table. we should have insisted on the simple terms that president obama imposed at the outset of this. >> you know some of president obama's former advisers have echoed some of their concerns if you get a deal that provides for inspections of iran's military sites, until it proves that iran is meeting the terms of the deal that it would be a good deal and give the united states and the world 10 15 years of breathing space, why isn't that good enough? >> george it's notable that some of president obama's own former advisers have begun to
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walk away from the proposeal that he made. if there's no sanctions relief until there's long-term performance on iran's part if they fully answered the past work to nuclearize their weapon program that might be a better deal. it doesn't address the concessions that have already been made. let them keep the centrifuges and their ballistic programs. >> finally, senator, you said the u.s. military strike against iran could succeed in short order. isn't iran in a better position to retaliate? are you worried about striking out iran might strengthen our other threat isis. >> it's not the first choice,
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but military force does have tory main an option if our diplomacy is going to be important. we spent $600 million on our military. the clear implication is that the fact of the matter that we have unique capabilities and we can destroy iran's nauk lar facilities and their command and control facilities all of our allies in the region wish we could take a more forceful position by keeping that military option on the table. >> thank you for your time. turning to ben krarden. you just heard senator cotton saying that he doesn't believe that theed a administration could reach a deal. >> if they reach an agreement, it will be pretty close. the best option is a strong agreement, we'll have a chance i hope soon to see that agreement.
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>> what is your bottom line on what that agreement has to contain? >> enough time that we can through inspections whether iran is complying with the erms of the agreement. prevent iran from any steps towards producing a nuclear weapon you have to have full inspections and inspections of the military sites and to determine if they use covert activities in order to develop a nuclear weapon you have to be able to leverage the sanction relief to the actual progress they're making. you need to know the history of their nuclear program so we have a baseline moving forward. these are all critical terms that must be in an acceptable agreement. >> as you know secretary kerry has indicated for an example, it may not to be necessary to have a full look back on the iran's nuclear program. >> i think you have to have a lookback.
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but the inspectors need to know what has taken in the past so they have a baseline moving forward. we need to know their military dimensions. that's necessary in order to have effective oversight on iran's programs. >> depending on when and if this program gets done review the terms of this deal are you confident that the administration will be aable to pass a deal? >> depends on what's in that agreement, the best option is the a strong agreement. i was very proud working with senator corker we got unanimous support in the congress for congressional oversight. we'll have a chance to review this agreement and we'll be able to see whether in fact we have on option inspections. whether the sanction relief is xhes rate what type of research
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is allowed to go forward. we can properly evaluate and decide which actions would be appropriate for us to take. >> senator, thank you for your time this morning. when we come back -- greece we talk to the greece finance minister paul krugman next. we're going to turn now to
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the crisis in greece banks could run out of cash as early as tomorrow after the country defaulted this week on its massive debt load and voters at the poll right now to decide whether to accept tough conditions tied to the bailout. u.s. and global stocks all at stock. abc's alex marquardt is on the scene. >> reporter: polling stations across greece like this one filling up as the days go on. millions of greeks expected to turn out. the country couldn't be more divided over this historic referendum. impact its standing in the european union, and of course the global economy. the banks were closed this week so they didn't run out of many money. endless lines at atms where customers were only allowed to take out $67 a day. calling the increase austerity measures a humiliation and a
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form of economic terrorism. a no vote could lead to financial chaos and collapse and might create a ripple effect. there will be a very bumpy road ahead, george. >> alex thanks very much. we're joined by the finance minister. you promised to resigned. >> we had a very radical idea do they want to implement this agreement, which we consider to be inviable. if they say yes, we're going to respect that. an agreement that i told the greek people that's not viable. >> if they can't reach a deal with you and bank officials say
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there's not going to be money left tomorrow or tuesday, how can you put together a deal after a no vote. >> i believe the only way to put together a viable deal mutually beneficial for us and yoorp and the global economy is with a no the reason why the banks are running out has nothing to do with the situation facing the banks. this is a politically engineer a liquidity issue. from our negotiating partners to switch off liquidity and that's why there's no money in the banks. the question is are we going to establish common ground between ourselves and the institutions? i think where there is a will
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there's a way. >> they're saying there's no way it can be done greece will temporarily have to leave with the euro. how do you expect to deal with people once you called terrorists? >> withdraw from the monetary union doesn't understand how the monetary unit works. . moment you have any kind of departure for the monetary union -- >> you're talking to an american audience can you ensure what's happened in greece doesn't rock the stocks and cause a worldwide crisis? >> the markets don't get rocked. but, george let me say this to you, the eurozone's approach to the five-year-old crisis has undermined the capacity of the global economy to recover
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post-2008. i have no doubt that the federal reserve in washington d.c. and the u.s. treasury are looking at what europe is doing with a great deal of interpretation because the austerity drive that has become in greece and spreading everywhere in european is turning into far, far worse. a trade surplus. dynamite. in the foundations of the global economy. i think the united states have a great interest in seeing that the austerity drive that started here in greece ends so they'll have a rational economic policy not just for the sake of europe but the global economy. >> mr. minister, thank you for your time this morning. let me bring in paul krugman and rebecca jarvis.
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the united states has an interest in this. break down what's at stake with this greece financial crisis. >> greece is not a big economy. if you ask how much direct spillover from what happens in greece is not that much. the rest of the european economy not that much. if greece falls out of the eurozone and the european union, god knows what happens, we're saying the euro europe our main counterpart is an economy as big as america's, is coming apart, that everything was supposed to be irreversible about the movement to a closer union is revirsre reversible reversible. >> what does that mean if greece falls out, the threat of spain falling out, portugal falling out? >> lot of this political. you have the european elite.
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we know what we're doing, trust us we're leading europe to a future of propesty. they're undermining governments that don't vote the way they like. that's got to be a terrible thing. it's hard to know exactly -- if you like the roads from here everything goes wrong, to a far right government in france it's a road towards collapse of the eyeitalian political situation, probably spain would be the first country in the firing line a movement not much different -- >> rebecca, some nervous nns markets. the markets said not a big deal at all. why the complacency so far. >> this has been going on for five years. we have had five years to question what will happen this weekend. but ultimately i think the market expects to see the vote today as a yes vote that's why
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you saw after that first start of last week a very nervous start, you started to see the lines, the pressure that the greek people are facing how bad it is getting in the streets, they're running out of medicine running out of money. if they don't, that's where we see the gap lower, the immediate gap lower, 1% to 2%. the market tomorrow would be very uncertain. this also brings up as paul pointed out a much bigger question coming up. you have spain, italy, ireland, portugal all dealing with their own debt scenarios and worldwide there's $380 trillion in debt worldwide. that's a question for the markets to consider going forward. because does that debt mean for our future growth? >> what a's the way out here? >> wow, the problem is the whole european strategy has been more through austerity things
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will solve themselves. in effect europe is saying it will work if you e cede to our demands. if greece had its own currency we should say devalue it. otherwise, god knows, this goes on forever and forever. everybody thinks that mario at the european central bank has powers to affect the greek's no vote. >> the polls close in just a few hours. coming up -- the u.s. women's world cup soccer team
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it is japan's world cup! a that was the moment that cost team usa the world cup against japan back in 2011 today the usa world cup soccer team looking for payback in vancouver. julie foudy is here with a look ahead. julie, what do you expect tonight? >> george i think the u.s. is in good shape, actually after a little bit of a rocking start to this tournament they struggled offensively but they have been riding a really good defense and everything is finally coming forward. they're getting their offense in line they're looking good
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they're confident, we spoke to the teammates yesterday, they said, look we have one more game. we know it's been 16 years since our last world cup. one more game to change that and bring home the world cup times. i think they're very confident. >> they seem confident. their defense has been so solid all throughout this tournament and of course the chance of a rematch against japan, the chance for some sweet revenge? >> oh my good morning. it's all they call talk about it. abby wambach, the star of this team she's said looking the game happened on july 17th, 2011 it was four years ago, i know the date i know everything about it she doesn't remember any other date. she remembers that and it's because of the way they lost. up twice against japan in the last world cup. they lost the first lead with 9:00 to close it out. second lead with 3:00. they go on to penalty kicks, of course to lose it.
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this is something that has burned and sat with them for four years. they're looking toward to a rematch with japan. >> thanks for joining us this morning. we'll be back with more roundtable after this. 6 . we're back now with the roundtable. a look at the week coming up. headline you're watching for.
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>> the president is going to sign the deal with iran. congress is going to erupt in opposition. >> whether we have a deal with iran or not, there will be one, hopefully, congress will take some time to consider it. >> will they have 30 days or 60 days, anne? >> they'll probably have 30. i think they'll get a deal and i think that the republicans are going to accuse obama of putting legacy ahead of u.s. and izsraeli security. you're right, it will erupt. >> that will be the big story of the week. greece getting out, voting no also. i think look at ben, in your interview, the democrats aren't solid behind this deal. the key objection is going that might swing the moderate democrats is the signing bonus. a regime that hillary clinton said yesterday, considers to
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sponsor terrorism. >> that's going to become before any interim period? >> before we know they're complying with the deal. they get a huge signing bonus as it's called up front. >> congressman, i was struck by the senator as well hoping there will be a good deal. >> george people are trying to be thoughtful about this. which we should be. i'm confident that the president isn't going to enter an agreement you can't inspect facilities, an agreement that will lift sanctions all at once. >> if this deal has been changing publicly since prim in the direction of iran i think the president missed opportunities. he should have walked away from the table. if you look at where we're heading, the times aren't hopeful. i would seriously doubt a majority in either half would favor it.
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>> but this is the problem with congress today. is that people are saying no before they even see the terms of the agreement, that's what's so broken about it. >> i think we're allowed to discuss what has been publicly floating about the positions. >> keep an open mind to what the agreement is going to be. >> let's see what the agreement is going to be. >> well there's much more to it than that bill. >> well you got a president that has been consistently wrong. he was wrong about getting out of iraq, wrong about what happened in yemen and libya. you have a history going into an agreement that's hard to believe he's suddenly going to get it right here. >> what about this line of thinking that secretary kerry is too eager for a deal? >> i think secretary kerry has been the frontline negotiator
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here, so whether it's going to be a good deal or a bad deal he's going to get the credit or the blame. as well as obama. but i think the negotiating between he and the iranian foreign minister they know one another well now. to your point of with whether the president through kerry should have walked away i think that's something that will be debating when we see the final terms of the deal. but, they're at the end. they know exactly how far the other one has to go. i think at this point it's really a question of whether the leaders back home are giving the gauche negotiators enough room to come to that agreement. >> and the supreme leader in iran has laid out so many red lines. >> they wouldn't be still be at the table if there wasn't some room right? >> thank you all for joining thus morning. now, we honor our fellow
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americans who serve and sack sacrifice sacrifice. in month of june two soldiers died in iraq and afghanistan. thank you for sharing part of your sunday with us. i'll see you tomorrow on "good morning america."
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>> governor christie is in, but is he four years late to the party? "inside story" starts right now. good morning, everyone. i'm matt o'donnell. it is sunday, july 5, 2015. let's meet our insiders here on "inside story." george burrell, non-profit executive. good morning, george. >> good morning, matt. >> dom giordano, talk-show host. >> morning, matt. >> morning, dom. jim eisenhower, attorney. >> good morning, matt. >> hello, jim. and jeff jubelirer communications executive. >> morning, matt. >> hello to all of you. let's talk about governor christie -- becomes the 14th republican to announce his official candidacy for president. he made the announcement at livingston high school, where he served as class president for three years. let's hear what he had to say. >> when i stand up on a stage like this in front of all of you, there is one thing you will know for sure. i mean what i say, and i say what i mean, and that's what

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