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Oct 27, 2015 11:00am PDT
school resource officers and criminal defense attorney and former prosecutor carmon st. george. so welcome to both of you. mo, you oversaw school resource officers for 12 years. i just want to begin with you. you have seen the video and the two different perspectives. your reaction? >> my first reaction comes with a comment. our national association sok south carolina is one of the states we're not allowed to train because the state conducts their own training. . so i can't speak to how the officers are trained in that situation. but one of the questions in my mind would be what brought this about. the part we're not getting to see is everything that happened that led up to this. so there's two lines of thought. was it a criminal act that occurred that brought the sro sbo the environment or was it a school discipline situation? in that case, if it were a school discipline situation, the sros we train, we train them to if at all possible allow the administration to handle that as best they can. so again, it just depends on what led up to this. >> let me interject. this is all we kno
CNN
Feb 15, 2016 11:00am PST
presidents is hitting the campaign trail. i'm talking about george w. bush. and right now his brother, jeb bush, who is trailing in national polls, struggling with the big political baggage attached to his family's last name, he's finally in a place where his family is not at all a liability, south carolina. tonight, these two brothers, along with a former first lady, laura bush, they will take the stage. let's chat about the significance. mark preston is joining me, cnn politics executive editor. mark preston, good to see you my friend. which version of bush 43 do you think we will see? >> well, look, i think jeb bush had to reach out to his family. we saw his mother, brooke, with him up in new hampshire, and many thought that was helpful. i do think you're going to see a brother who is going to stand by his president and try to -- try to hit home the fact that he thinks jeb bush is qualified to be president and probably the most -- quite frankly, the most qualified in the field. brooke, jeb bush has not turn to his brother at all because his brother has been much maligned by
CNN
Dec 2, 2014 12:00pm PST
president. top 5. romney, carson, bush, that's jeb, not george, christie and huckabee. that is your republican top five here in the fall of 2014. and, listen, i hear the question you're asking. not everyone, but a lot of you are asking, who's carson? well, here he is. ben carson, never run for office, but an amazing life story that's captivating a lot of republicans. here is cnn's mark preston. >> -- put me into the white house. and -- >> if you don't know who ben carson is, he's going to appear on your radar soon. to say he's not an american success story would be selling him short. he grew up on the streets of detroit, overcame many obstacles and became a celebrated pediatric neurosurgeon. >> in fact, he was the first neurosurgeon to separate conjoined twins. >> any presidential candidate would die for a made for tv feel good movie about their life. for ben carson, box checked. >> if one baby dies, we need to separate him as fast as possible and give all shared tissue to the surviving twin. >> while carson is very soft spoken, he's also very provocative with his language. >> i kno
CNN
Dec 5, 2016 11:00am PST
, george w. bush's administration. so, the media is often confused. what president-elect trump is talking about is his right to talk as a private citizen, he's not a government official. he has not been sworn in, to the leader of taiwan. now, you could be against that politically, but it's not a violation of protocol or international law to do it. in fact, if you think of mr. trump's book and his campaign promises, he wants to negotiate a new deal with china. he's been very clear on that. he's talked about the five or six terms of the new deal. so, obviously, this call does what he said he was going to do. he wants to shake up china. he actually specifically said in his book that he wants wants to be unpredictable in the chinese mind because they're such good negotiators. he's worried america has been outsmarted, outnegotiated. he wants to start off, i personally think, with just this kind of message to them. the tweets last night tend to back up that message. he's going to be firm, and he's reminding them that we need to have a talk now, beijing and washington, but it's only after he's i
CNN
Feb 23, 2016 11:00am PST
witnesses. what are they hearing you? >> i spoke with tammy george, the neighbor of the first victim shot by this alleged gunman in his shooting rampage on saturday night. tammy george tells when she was home at the time of the shooting, when she heard what she thought were fireworks. that's when she realized things were very serious. she saw her neighbor tiana carruthers laying on the ground pleading for help. she called her neighbor a hero and said she stepped between the gunmen and some children the suspect appeared to be aiming for. >> at first, i actually thought she had tripped. because she was right near the curb. >> she fell right there? >> yes, so i thought she had tripped. and then asking about her babies. and saying why did he shoot me. that's when i relialized it was not fireworks, it was actual shooting. a car drove by, asked if they knew misty and they said no. and then it had circled around again. and i don't know if it was her mother instinct, she just knew something was wrong, told them to run. >> so she was a hero. >> yes. >> could have been the kids. >> could have
CNN
Feb 25, 2016 11:00am PST
derby over september 11th and george w. bush. >> let's not forget, in previous debates, usually donald trump is more quiet than he is in interviews. there's a lot of pressure on donald trump maybe to finally start answering questions but usually he just sits back, lets other people fight and goes on twitter late that night to break into the headlines the next day. so i think this will be harder for trump than we anticipate. >> hang on one second, it's marco rubio, the senator from florida, arimriving for his walk-through on this debate stage. can't see -- there he is, getting out of the car, walking in. he's going to walk on that stage any minute, check out his lectern, see where his family will be sitting, and make sure he's comfortable on that stage. >> a water bottle. >> very comfortable -- well, one debate, not so much. but we'll talk about that in a little bit. david gergen, amanda, thank you. more candidates will come for their walk-throughs tonight. we'll be watching all afternoon long. don't forget tonight is the night. wolf blitzer, moderates the final debate before super tues
CNN
Sep 14, 2015 11:00am PDT
nomination for president. one candidate who didn't make the cut for prime time, former governor george pataki. and while his share is small, he's voicing a big protest despite this pledge to the nominee that the republican party requested, they are saying if ha they end up losing, they will support whoever wins the nomination, governor pa ta i can said this. >> i'm not going to vote for donald trump because he has no chance of being the republican nominee. he's unfit to be president. he would hurt our party and i would hope that virtually every one of my fellow candidates seeking the nomination would be willing to stand up and say our party cannot nominate donald trump. >> with me is john berman. i don't know if people were crossing their fingers and toe when is they said that, but you talked to the campaign manager for donald trump. how did he feel about governor pataki? >> it may put everyone else in a tighter spot. he is saying had he will not support trump. i asked trump's campaign manager if all these other kapds don't come out and say they will vote for donald trump if he's the n
CNN
Dec 15, 2015 11:00am PST
the main stage. he's been doing pretty well in new hampshire. the last cnn debate he credited george w. bush for doing the right thing after the 9/11 terror attacks. >> you do not need to go through subtle diplomacy at that point. that can be handled later on. what you need is a strong american leader who will take the steps that are necessary to protect our nation. that's what i would do as commander in chief in this circumstance and that's what president george w. bush did in 2001. >> if we're talking national security tonight, this is a man who has a lot of experience to draw on. >> this is just what jeff was talking about. what has been a fascinating thing to watch, if you go back to the summer when nobody was paying attention to chris christie and he was doing his constant town halls in new hampshire, he was talking about these issues. and now the issue landscape has shifted in his direction so he didn't have to sort of catch up to this. this has been a big part of his message all along. that's a very lucky, i say politically lucky thing for a candidate. obviously a terrible thi
CNN
Mar 2, 2016 11:00am PST
former nominee, mitt romney, john mccain, former president, george w. bush some party elder coming out and saying, hey, guys, wake up. but the witness -- one of the reasons why there has been a lot of kinds of poo-pooing that idea is exactly your point, brooke. the people who don't want anybody expect donald trump and his core supporters, they think mitt romney is the problem. and they don't want people like mitt romney and they are not going to listen. it's pretty clear the goal of mitt romney tomorrow is to bring together all the people who are not in that camp, who are the more traditional republicans to say, let's get to it, guys. >> yep, yep, yep. and given all the points you are making, david you made an excellent point earlier today in that the headline today would be given the seven-state win from donald trump last night, headline, front-runner coalescing behind this one candidate. but instead, it's you know, the republican party versus trump still. >> uh-huh. yeah. and listen, this is donald trump's next hurdle, next battle. first he had the hurdle of proving it wasn't jus
CNN
May 28, 2015 12:00pm PDT
was former governor george pataki. >> i announce i'm a nominee for president of the united states. >> we have heard this before now from seven other people. the three-time governor is joining a very crowded and tight field. based upon the latest polling out of quinnipiac university you can say there are five leaders, or i guess glass half full half empty. you could also say there are no leaders. five candidates all tied for first, 10% of republican vote. by the way, pataki was asked about the poll. he had less than 1% of support thus far. obviously this is very early. so what will it take to stand out? let's discuss with our republican strategist, president and ceo. in washington i have the cnn political director. so let me begin with you. i mean it's a lot of faces on the screen. i can't even imagine how this is all going to work on a stage for a debate. you have these five men, all tied for first. is this a good thing this early on or not so good thing? >> well i don't know if it's a good or a bad thing. what it is is a field that has no formidable front runner. now, that doesn'
CNN
Feb 3, 2016 11:00am PST
. george bush famously lost his prime to jon mccain there. bushes have a tenuous legacy in new hampshire. while everybody loves barbara bush campaigning with bush reminds us of the legacy of the bushes and he is the third bush president and frankly it is a hit against him. he is qualified to be president of the united states it is a shame he is the third bush arnold. look, at this stage in the game what the candidates need is six weeks out. they need endorsements so they can win the new cycle. they need to do great in the debate. and they need to have already lived in the state as much as possible. chris christie and kasich have been there 60 days. marco rubio and jeb bush, only 22 days. >> let me get to chris christie. we heard him yesterday calling marco rubio the boy in the bubble. your wife makes a good point. he has been there. banking on a strong showing in new hampshire. what does he need to do with his final days? >> first of all, the governors there will be only one who emerges from new hampshire. chris christie has put in the time. he is connected. he is tough talking, blunt li
CNN
Oct 30, 2015 11:00am PDT
. secret outlast clear gel. >>> for the first time, we're now hearing from convicted murder george huguely. he was the lacrosse player found guilty of killing his ex-girlfriend in 2010. cnn affiliate wvir just obtained his interrogation tape. it was recorded shortly after she was found unresponsive in her apartment. police detained him on what he thought were assault allegations and then we see the moment he learns she's dead. >> what happened next? >> we had an accident. she was hitting her head against the wall. i said, stop. i looked at her. we need to talk about this. i was holding her arms. she should have been probably. >> you killed her. >> she's dead? >> i think you knew that already. >> no, no, no, i didn't know. >> why didn't you know? >> she's not dead. she's not dead. she's not dead. no way she's dead. there's no way. >> 22-year-old. >> jean casarez covered the whole trial. number the courtroom. with these tapes, the reaction, this was from several years ago. why is this being released now? >> this is the first time i'm watching it right now. the judge sealed that video
CNN
Nov 5, 2015 11:00am PST
biography, tough words from former president george h.w. bush slamming two key figures from his son's administration. now donald rumsfeld is firing back. i'm brooke baldwin, you're watching cnn. you tuck here... you tuck there. if you're a toe tucker... because of toenail fungus, ask your doctor now about prescription kerydin. used daily, kerydin drops may kill the fungus at the site of infection and get to the root of your toe tucking. kerydin may cause irritation at the treated site. most common side effects include skin peeling... ...ingrown toenail, redness, itching, and swelling. tell your doctor if you have any side effect that bothers you or does not go away. stop toe tucking... and get the drop on toenail fungus. ask your doctor today about kerydin. the most advanced iphone yet. get the new iphone 6s at t-mobile. the network that's doubled its lte coverage in the past year. our new extended range lte signal now reaches twice as far as before. and is four times better in buildings. get our lowest price on iphone 6s with trade-in. zero upfront and just 5 bucks a month with jump
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Jan 13, 2017 11:00am PST
president george w. bush's daughters both jenna and barbara giving advice to the obama girls on life after the white house, what exactly did they share. we'll be right back. [vo] quickbooks introduces rodney. he has a new business teaching lessons. rodney wanted to know how his business was doing... ...so he got quickbooks. it organizes all his accounts, so he knows where he stands. ahhh...that's a profit. way to grow, rodney! visit quickbooks.com. >>> that all gets straightened out. we want them to be themselves and i told them, be yourselves and say what you want to say. don't worry about me. and i'm going to do the right thing, whatever it is. i may be right. and they may be right. but i said, be yourselves. wouldn't you say, steve? let them do it. i could have said do this, say that. i don't want that. i want them all to be themselves. >> okay and on -- >> everybody okay? everybody good? >> sir, on repeal and replace -- >> say hello to harvey. repeal and replace is going great. >> sir, mr. trump, mr. trump. sir, what contactually did you discuss with mr. trump? are you going to w
CNN
Sep 15, 2015 11:00am PDT
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CNN
Aug 17, 2015 11:00am PDT
bring up the bush years, because right now george w. bush, his foreign policy has been under scrutiny? >> look. i think conservatives and republicans, george w. bush, maybe history will remember him more kindly. but i think ronald reagan, still, is who you harken back to if you want to harken back. but no, sstalgia is not the pla you want to be. i wonder how it translates and for a younger generation, i don't remember ronald reagan even, as amazing as that sounds. >> let's focus in, then. matt, donald trump said that he watches the shows, like the sunday shows for military advice. i assume he means the news program. i watch them to get research on what is happening in the world. but if you're going to be the president and commander in chief, is that enough? >> oh, my heavens. it's so fun to talk about donald trump. in fairness, he talked about ambassador bolton. i'm not saying you have to be a career politician to be president but having gotten elected to something, having served in public service i think helps. conservatives have a very good reason to be concerned about this. he rece
CNN
Oct 19, 2015 11:00am PDT
blamining george bush but i don want jeb bush saying i would have kept them say. >> jeb bush is having none of th that argument. here he is with our own jake tapper. >> my brother responded to a crisis and did it as you hope a a president would do. united the country, organized the country and kept us safe. there's no denying that. the great majority of americans believe that. i don't know why he keeps bringing this up. it doesn't show he's a serious person as it relates to being commander-in-chief and being the architect of a foreign policy. the spectrum of foreign policy, he talks about things as though he's still on "the apprentice." talking about syria saying russia should take out assad as if it was a board game. this is just another example of the lack of seriousness and this is a serious time. we're under grave threats again. i think we need a president with a steady hand. >> let's go to dana bash. let me ask you that very question. what do you think donald trump has to gain politically by going there and dredging up 9/11 and intelligence and george w. bush? >> remember back a m
CNN
Oct 20, 2015 11:00am PDT
presidents have become president of the united states. george h.w. bush was the last. then you have to go back to the 19th century. that's the past. what about now? the new poll shows registered democratic voters are growing less enthusiastic about a joe biden run. 47% think he should run. that's down from 53% in august. so let's go straight to commentator carl bernstein. we were just sitting here last week post gaming the las vegas debate. i asked you exactly about that. enemy sound byte from hillary clinton. we thought down the road republicans are going to use it against her. did we think that joe biden would be doing this? what is his strategy? >> as you know, i thought so, i thought joe biden was going to get into this. but he would have done better to get in before that debate. she was masterful in the debate. he's up against the hillary clinton of that debate. >> what about we're look iing ahead to hillary clinton publicly testifying ahead of the benghazi committee this week. i'm wondering, what would be best for him? to declare prior to her testimony? or after wards? >> i would sa
CNN
Sep 3, 2015 11:00am PDT
than i did. when george w. bush won the election, he had 43%, 44% of hispanics. the republican nominee has to do at least that well. and so at this point donald trump has to figure out a way to navigate that what is a very, very difficult terrain for him. >> i want to ask one last question to katrina before we head into a break. has donald trump said anything or done anything, though, that strikes you shockingly and which you wish he hadn't said? >> no. donald trump is donald trump. that's what people love about him. i'll tell you another thing. a lot of hispanic clients of mine told me that they're going to vote for trump. they just don't want to go out in public and expose themselves. and this tells you right then and there they understand what he's trying to say. i'm so proud. i want to emphasize this. i'm proud of my culture an i'm a hispanic american and there's a lot of people telling me they'll vote for trump and they're hispanic. >> all right. we'll end it there and continue the conversation coming up. do stand by with me, panel. up next, breaking news, in that desperat
CNN
Aug 8, 2016 11:00am PDT
trickle down, is somehow going to help the middle-class. we tried that under george w. bush, we went from a budget surplus to a huge deficit and now donald trump wants to do that and in addition spend more money on the military, more money on infrastructure. it doesn't add up. that is not the problem in this country. the wealthiest don't need more tax cuts, the middle-class do. >> so this was a significant speech mr. trump gave today. we know secretary clinton, just a reminder to all of you, we'll fact check hers as well, she'll offer a sharp rebuttal this coming thursday from detroit. ali velshi, scottie hughes -- >> brooke, her proposals won't be as much fun. guaranteed. >> just as long as you don't use the sequester word we're all good. thank you all so much ali thank you and scottie and bill. coming up next, yes, it's august, yes the conventions are over but donald trump has a new competitor in this race. did you know, did you hear? a former cia covert operative launching an independent bid for the white house. hear who he is and why he says he's doing this. >>> plus, another bom
CNN
Nov 3, 2015 11:00am PST
republican party and he passed the torch on to matt slab, director for george w. bush. >> good to be with you and with my pal. >> feeling the love. this is good. >> it ends there. >> let's see where this goes. al, you have known marco rubio for years. jeb bush is your guy. when you look at the numbers today, the majority of americans say they will not vote for jeb bush. the poll was taken a day after the debate. that has to worry you. >> yeah, it's not been good. i bet you it won't be good for another ten days or so. we have another debate coming up in a week. if jeb performs as he's capable of, he'll change that narrative. these debates only last temporarily in terms of the bump. carly fiorina did a great job in the first debate. tripled her numbers like marco did after the last debate in new hampshire and now she's back to 3 or 4 points. so same with jeb. >> where's the jeb bump then? >> i think in a week we'll see it happen. jeb has the bhes infrastructure, lasting infrastructure. the only thing missing in this whole narrative is a good debate performance and he needs to do that. he kn
CNN
Dec 11, 2015 11:00am PST
in 1972 with george mcgovern. you saw it in 1980 with ronald reagan where he brought in religious voters and brought in urban voters who were part of a new deal coalition. so it's very possible that what we're seeing in donald trump is a new change in the complex and the character of the republican party, bringing in new voters, and maximizing kind of the white working class voters who have always been a part. but a neglected part of the republican coalition. if that happens then the party of reagan and george w. bush will probably cease to exist as we know it. after this election. >> which is what is making a lot of establishment republicans shake. matthew, thank you so much with the washington free beacon editor in chief. thank you. and a reminder as we mentioned the big debate in vegas four days away. it is tuesday, december 15th. 6:00 and 8:30 p.m. right here on cnn >>> coming up next we have to show you these pictures here. these divers, fbi, what they just found in the water where investigators have been looking for evidence connected to the killers, that terrorist couple in
CNN
Sep 22, 2015 11:00am PDT
world leader, to welcome the pope. presidents have welcomed the pope before. george w. bush was here for pope benedict but never a president and vice president. >> i'm going to interrupt for a a second. we're looking at a live picture of the plane, which is the faa has called shepard one. that's the name of it. it's quite an exciting moment as you were just discuss iing. >> reporter: no question, we can say it. >> what are some of the gifts people have brought? >> reporter: i was tweeted a message from an american who brought him a cup of his favorite tea. it's a south american tea. you might have tried it before he's been seen drinking in public. that's a challenge for secret service because people like to bring him gifts. sometimes they throw the gifts a at him. obviously a challenge if you're a secret service agent and you see someone throwing something at the pope. that's one of the many challenges because this is his style. he wants to connect. he's said that don't do these trips, in his words, unless you can have a human connection can, a human communication. that's the challen
CNN
Feb 12, 2016 11:00am PST
, it's not cruz's target in south carolina. so i don't know whether they work or not. >> george w. bush. on the trail, i believe monday. what version of 43, the folksy texan? >> i think he's going to try to play the role of party sage and brother. >> does he punch back at donald trump? >> i've got to believe this weekend some bush speech writer is going to come up with a very dismissive but clever line that he will hurl into donald's direction. i think it's wise to trot him out now. wouldn't have been in iowa, not new hampshire. >> why here? >> history with the bush family, it plays very well. i'm sure this is all calibrated that this would be the moment. >> yes, he's very -- overall, bush has a 77% popularity with republicans. but with the veterans community, with the military community, i guarantee you, it's higher. he's kind of funny, the way his brother isn't. i think people would like to see them interact and see how that goes. the downside is dynasty, you're reminding everybody you're part of this political dynasty. >> they'll worry about this later. this is a general electi
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Oct 26, 2015 11:00am PDT
details on this closed door donor session between george w. bush, jeb bush, give me the skinny on both ends. >> there's no question that they are shocked to be in this place in the polls and in the campaign right now. that said, there's a new jeb bush in. town. and that was not an accident this weekend. expect to hear more of it. sources close to the campaign tell me that jeb bush feels empowered to speak his mind. >> because of what specifically? >> i think he's frustrated. he realizes here he is 8% right now. trump and carson phenomenon, he can't believe it. no more mr. nice guy. he's going to be speaking out. . what does he have to lose at this point? so he's going to say what he thinks. and that was not an accident the other day. it's not going to be a solitary instance. i think when we see the debate on wednesday night, you're going to see some fireworks. i think jeb bush has an agenda to take control of that debate. this is substance, business, this is his wheelhouse. >> what do you know about this donor meeting today? >> so the donors -- the campaign has pushed back on reports t
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Aug 25, 2016 11:00am PDT
, george w. bush went to a mosque and declared for everyone to hear that muslims love america just as much as i do. in 2008, john mccain told his own supporters that they were wrong about the man he was trying to defeat. senator mccain made sure they knew barack obama, he said, is an american citizen and a decent person. we need that kind of leadership again. [ applause ] we can have our disagreements. and believe me, i understand that. i think that's healthy. we need good debates. but we need to do it in a respectful way. not finger pointing and blaming and stirring up this bigotry and prejudice. every day more americans are standing up and saying, enough is enough. including a lot of republicans. and i am honored to have their support in this campaign. [ cheers and applause [ ] and i promise you this, with your help, i will be a president for democrats, republicans, and independents, for those who vote for me, and for those who vote against me. i will be a president for all americans. [ cheers and applause ] because i truly believe we are stronger together. and this is a vision for
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Nov 11, 2015 11:00am PST
. you still are important. >> mike elliot founded the group. he took former president george h.w. bush, also a veteran, sky diving multiple times for his birthdays. >> no one was aware not even the secret service was aware of it. you have a world leader in your hands and he trusts you to throw him out of an airplane. and when he told barb that he was jumping she walked up to me and said if you kill him, i will kill you. >> today elliot has teamed up with the national war plane museum in new york which owns whiskey 7. >> whiskey 7 has a soul. a spirit and you can feel it. >> last summer the plane returned to normandy for the 70th anniversary of d-day. whiskey 7 was the lead plane in the second wave of the invasion. to this day veteran pilots who flew this type of plane still come to visit and reminisce like it was yesterday. >> oh, it looks bigger than it used to. i never forget there was a front right between us. and it looked it front of me and it looks like a solid thunderstorm. so we headed straight into it. and you looked out and you had two disks of fire on each side. if you're in
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Sep 17, 2015 11:00am PDT
, answered the george w. bush question. >> that was a massive applause. >> and kind of put that done. we're not sure, but maybe. >> we have been talking for eight minutes. who haven't we talked about? >> ben carson. he has been number two, the only other front runner in double digits. >> there was a memorable moment. >> you're in the lead so you can't even pull out a a ben carson moment may be troubling. >> carson, less is more. carson is playing off the heat of the race. there's so much conflict in the way the candidates are banging on each other. carson is counterprogramming. he's a calm, reassuring presence. though one with an ideological moment. >> he's an okay doctor. >> i will tell you i was just inside the museum store buying some swag. and the lady there was saying how much she liked ben carson. i think people like his personality and his even keelness. >> he's the anti-trump. >> he's the anti-politician. >> thank you so much. chris christie passed me by coming out. i said is it true you played "thunder road" as your mic check? he said, i sure did. >>> coming up tonight, catc
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Nov 20, 2015 11:00am PST
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Jan 19, 2016 11:00am PST
in this boycott, but if brad and angie and george and leo. >> it's who who joins them. >> i'm glad that jada said these things, but i don't take her point seriously. just like i don't take aunt vif seriously. you can't say my husband didn't get nominated so i'm mad and then you can't say i hate your husband so you shut up. that's kind of what's going on. >> they wanted more money for "fresh prince" and wanted will smith to stand up for her as the star of the show. he didn't. allegedly he said my deal is my deal, your deal is your deal. so she doesn't feel like -- >> bad blood from back in the day. >> now when he's not nominated. >> what about chris rock? obviously he's hosting. so he has a lot on his shoulders and i'm curious how he should address it. he said this to the hollywood reporter. flip the script. talking about hollywood, it's a white industry just as the nba is a black industry. i'm not even saying it's a bad thing. it just is. what if someone called for. . the boycott? >> i respect him and know him and the funniest comedian working. he's wrong on that statement. the nba
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Oct 8, 2015 11:00am PDT
ideological positions, but here's the thing. whether it was george wallace's campaign, ross perot's campaign, they didn't succeed at that in the end. so what lesson can donald trump take? >> look, let me put it this way. it is his personality. it is his way of being able to speak to an audience, to talk to them not as if he's give iing a speech. it's his reputation as a billionaire, as a deal maker. and it's an anti-washington sentiment, but it's a sentiment that's based on the idea, and this it goes back to ross perot, that he's a guy that can come to washington a kind of man on a white horse and transform everything. it's not an anti-leader. it's anti-washington. there's a big difference in that. he's not a libertarian in that sense. he's not somebody who is simply anti-washington. the people there are stupid and he's smart and he's going to fix things. his problem in the campaign, in the republican campaign may turn out to be that the middle american radicals, what i call them, are let's say 25 to 30% of the republican primary voters, maybe as high as 35 and much less of the gene
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Dec 14, 2015 11:00am PST
. george w. bush said he did not like cruz. we'll speak with someone who covered cruz his entire career. why some call him a genius. >>> plus from the theater to the substance, we will give you the top four things to watch for during tomorrow night's debate. you're watching cnn's special live coverage, we'll be right back. if you struggle with type 2 diabetes you're certainly not alone. fortunately, many have found a different kind of medicine that lowers blood sugar. imagine what it would be like to love your numbers. discover once-daily invokana®. it's the #1 prescribed in the newest class of medicines that work with the kidneys to lower a1c. invokana® is used along with diet and exercise to significantly lower blood sugar in adults with type 2 diabetes. it's a once-daily pill that works around the clock. here's how: the kidneys allow sugar to be absorbed back into the body. invokana® reduces the amount of sugar allowed back in and sends some sugar out through the process of urination. and while it's not for weight loss, it may help you lose weight. invokana® can cause important s
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Mar 14, 2016 11:00am PDT
george who is now turned 90, my father's brother, he and his brothers used to go to school in remade flour sacks. they didn't have anything. my uncle was really mad at me. if he's watching today, uncle george, if we're on television, i'm not saying that to embarrass you, i'm saying that because i want people to know how proud that i am, your nephew, of the fact you graduated from high school, went to college and became a guidance counselor for 39 years, helping kids get their lives. and you built yourself up. and how proud i am that your my uncle and that it happened in america. so i didn't -- we didn't talk a lot about this. i found out my mother is one of four. two brothers and a sister. my cousin told me the other day that my mother was the only one to have graduated from high school and the other three, she didn't think even got beyond the eighth grade. you see, folks, all of my career, those folks, my family, the place where i grew up, in mckees rocks, all blue collar, all democrat. when the wind blew the wrong way, people found themselves out of work. and i could see it as a ki
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Feb 5, 2016 11:00am PST
great message for her to deliver. >> george w. bush is in this new ad for the superpac supporting jeb. saying, listen, we're like all families but we're different. he's definitely embracing his family and their 12 years in the white house. we know george w. bush will be on the trail in south carolina. listen, tim, if things don't go, you know, outstanding for you all in new hampshire, do you think you'd regret not bringing his big brother out on the trail before south carolina? >> jeb has to make the case he is the person with the backbone to take on isis and he is the person who is ready to be commander in chief. who better to vouch for him than his brother. jeb had to lay out his plans to do this. he did it at the reagan library before the paris attacks. i think what voters have seen in jeb and what we see in polling is this is somebody who's prepared to be commander in chief. that's why he's the endorsement of 12 medal of honor recipients and 40 generals and their endorsement of him is so important. to have his brother vouch for him as well is a nice boost right before the primary.
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Jan 6, 2016 11:00am PST
of names, past nominees, mccain born in panama, george romney born in mexico. but one difference would be none of those men ever became president. so if cruz were to become president, this natural born citizen requirement, it's never been tested in the courts, correct? >> it's never been tested against a sitting president. that's true. but i don't know that anyone would be in a big hurry to bring it. i'm not sure the courts would hear it. the courts have held that presidents have absolute immu immunity from civil litigation while in office. yes, there's no supreme court decision squarely answering this question, but honestly, brooke, we don't need one. george romney is a good example. he was born in mexico, but this just follows from the fact that your parents are u.s. citizens at the time you're born. there's no supreme court decision. but we don't need a supreme court decision to tell us that tomorrow is thursday either. >> ah politics. bob, let me talk to you specific live donald trump in all of this because he's sort of said one thing and then said, ah actually think it was a
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Feb 2, 2016 11:00am PST
of the public affairs firm bongi and company. and matt shlap is with us now, george w. bush's former political director and chairman of the american conservative union. gentlemen, welcome, happy day after iowa caucuses. good to see both of you. let's talk marco rubio. we're seeing he is a big target here. new jersey governor chris christie beearlier today. >> this isn't the high school election, this is for president of the united states. i'm ready to play. i hope he is. because i'll be ready to see him on saturday night. >> the boy in the bubble, ron bongene. do you think with that target on his back with a third strong place finish, do you think he has established himself as the establishment candidate moving forward? >> he's definitely getting there. he's going to get a big bump in the polls out of his strong iowa finish. look, he came right under donald trump. that's no small feat. in addition to that, you know, the bush ads, they really attacked, they were really vicious on him. there was criticism coming out of iowa he didn't spend enough time there. he's very good at these deb
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Sep 28, 2015 11:00am PDT
t it will create more jobs. george bush did a plan like that. the money went to shareholders. it didn't create new jobs. so it's not a sure thing that doing something like that is going to necessarily create job growth. >> this was a piece of your sit-down. we'll watch for the rest of it. she's back at 7:00 this evening with donald trump. >> we talk polls, putin, hillary clinton, all of it it. >> thank you very much. 7:00 tonight, erin burnett. we are a day away from a woman being executed on death row in the state of georgia. she was convicted of convincing her lover to kill her husband, but still her kids say on this night before she's to be put to death she should be spared. we'll speak live with a woman who served time with her about how she says she's changed behind bars. just might be the one. to clean the oceans, to start a movement, or lead a country. it may not be obvious yet, but one of these kids is going to change the world. we just need to make sure she has what she needs. welcome to windows 10. the future starts now for all of us. ♪ nothing artificial. just real r
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Jun 27, 2016 11:00am PDT
writer for president george w. bush and he said he will vote for trump in november. trump said his promises are only suggestions. but does this make voters think twice when brexit leaders are backing off? >> the thing to remember about the leave campaign and brexit is it's a national referendum. they have no governmental authority so i think three things people are focusing on and saying they're back-pedaling on, one is that $350 million a week, which is probably closer to $250 million a week that was probably being sent to the eu. also immigration and article 50. i think what the leave campaign was about is the fact the english people said enough is enough, we want to have accountability, we want people directly elected by us making decisions on how money is spend and what our immigration policy is so when people say they're back-pedaling, the leave campaign didn't have governmental authority to make policy. these were viewed as suggestions or potentials, maybe they would spend $350 million a week on national health services, maybe they'd spend it on something else. but the whole
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Sep 16, 2015 11:00am PDT
. you are just about ten feet away from those candidates in the front row. george pataki is touring the stage. they're getting their turns. he just talked to my colleague asena jones. here's what the governor just said. >> what id you do to prepare this morning? >> my whole life has prepared me for this. i was governor of new york for three terms. i've been through september 11th to the excitement of our recovery. i'm ready. >> reporter: last question, what's your plan, your goal? how are you going to break through tonight? >> just be myself. let the people know my optimistic view of america. the sky is the limit when we work together. i believe in america. >> good luck. >> thank you. >> athena jones joins me from inside the pavilion where the debate will be set. listen, i appreciate the governor speaking to you. i don't know if i'd want to talk to media here in the hours ahead of what really could be the biggest moment in their political lives. tell me more about who you're seeing and what they're doing thering there on stage. >> reporter: isn't it interesting that governor pataki
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Oct 15, 2015 11:00am PDT
. afghanistan. and the sad truth for americans is the george w. bush approach didn't work and now the much lighter footprint obama approach isn't working either. >> brock, we know that president obama asked men and women in uniform to make. the sacrifice shs the enduring mission is counterterrorism. but if you're currently serving, i don't know how many people you're talking to who are active, but how do they feel? how will you feel? >> i can't speak for all veterans, but as an i was there in 2008 and 2009 and it's frustrating to go to a war where you have a government that is extremely corrupt and you have no idea what theened game is. st unclear what success looks like, what are our metrics and today that is stul unclear. it's hard to be able to make an informed decision about a war when there's not a lot of transparency. earlier this year the special inspector general for afghan reconstruction put out a damning report about the transparency around the number of afghans we're training and the strength of those afghan troops. and so it's very hard to make info informed decisions when ther
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Feb 17, 2016 11:00am PST
saturday night when he went offer george w. bush and said he was the cause of 9/11. even though he made that mistake his supporters are still with him. in our poll right now he is up 16 points. let's assume that that poll is not entirely accurate but he still wins by eight. guess what, he still wins and beats ted cruz in a state that a lot of people think cruz needs to one. >> that's why cruz did what he did. the evangelical voters -- keep the social issues front and center for those voters. >> the question is, are they front and center. so many on board with donald trump said look we are not voting just becaus of our religion. we want someone in office who can do the job. we don't need to have a pastor in chief. right and they have said this at the grassroots level. >> i think in the media, this is our fault, we try to put people in slots and say evangelicals are monolithic and they are only going to vote on one issue. guess what. they vote on gun rights, fiscal issues, they just happen to be social conservatives. >> even on the planned parenthood, donald trump is saying i don't suppor
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