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Jan 3, 2017 11:00am PST
winds of change and as i stand next to that portrait of good old george washington i'm reminded from a line from one of his favorite pla plays, we'll do more, we will deserve it. and so, my dear friends and colleagues, i say to all of you, good luck and god speed. thank you very much. [ applause ] >>> i'm now ready to take the oath of office and ask the dean of the house of representatives, the honorable john conners jr. to offer the oath of office. >> thank you. if the gentleman from wisconsin would please raise his right hand. do you solemnly swear or affirm that you will support and defend the constitution of the united states against all enemies, foreign and domestic, that you will bear true faith and allegiance to the same, that you take this obligation freely without any mental reservation or purpose of evasion, and that you will well and faithfully discharge the duties of the office on which you are about to enter, so help you god? >> i do. [ applause ] >> thank you. i now pronounce you to speaker of the house. >> thank you. [ cheers and applause ] >> thank you. >> thank
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Jul 2, 2014 12:00pm PDT
% for george bush, and 13% for richard nixon. when they asked in 2006, george w bush was at the top of the list. so being president doesn't seem to help your standing when it comes to whether or not the public feels you're the worst. >> okay, and they asked about mitt romney, would the country have been better off, and the answer was? 45% say that the country would have been better off if mitt romney were president. 38% say worse off. that is better than john mccain did a few years ago. but mitt romney got 47% of the vote. 10% of democrats feel that way which is more surprising, but president obama is not very popular right now and these >>> jake tapper, thank you. we'll see you in ten minutes on "the lead." now to this. roll that animation, tim howard, you know him as the bald, bearded and lovely eyes -- can i go there? goalkeeper for the u.s. men's soccer team, but last night against belgium he looked like a brick wall, save after save after save, seemingly keeping the u.s. team in the game by himself, but after more than 90 minutes of play belgium broke through howard's defense e
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Oct 3, 2017 11:00am PDT
and sold him weapons. so we are in st. george, utah, for a little perspective. this is 40 minutes away from his town in mesquite. it is further away even from las vegas. so this is a man who then did travel. we know that he purchased guns, long guns in vegas, two different shops there. he came here to st. george and purchased a shotgun. he also went to arizona according to the authorities and purchased guns there. and then he also purchased guns from the nearby gun shop near his home. so you put all this together, this was taking place, the accumulation of the weapons over weeks and months. we spoke with the owner here in st. george, and here's what he told us about a man he looked into the eyes on three different separate occasions before he purchased the gun. here's what he told us. can you tell me, because you're really one of the people, one of the few people who has looked this man in the eyes. >> yeah. >> reporter: what were you general impressions about him? >> again, he was the neighbor next door. the guy that you would be seen mowing everybody else's lawn, going to church
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Jan 17, 2017 12:00pm PST
were lots of people who thought george w. bush wasn't legitimate. but if we look at the comparison, the context of that is really striking and does go to what we were talking about before with regard to people not going is the question of how does donald trump govern? you know, he is a strong personality, he certainly knows how to use the bully pulpit or the bully twitter, but usually what happens in a president's honeymoon period, he has a congress that wants to work with him because they realize that the american people spoke and they elected this particular person, that is true, no question at this point but the fact that he's coming in at such low approval ratings puts into question republicans not mind you democrats feel compelled to work with him if the american public don't have that kind of approval for him. it might not matter, in the way things work, so maybe this is just added to the long list. >> but maybe there's a little bit of a honeymoon period and soon to be president -- we just talk today a trued to a trump s he has a lot to approve. vladimir putin coming to the -- of
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Feb 18, 2015 12:00pm PST
decision to invade is one that the american people will want to hear not just because george w. bush is his brother but because i think this is that decision is very important and significant and one that the american people according tole polls in retrospect wish had not happened. i think pointing out those mistakes is fine. distances himself a little bit. but there is still more to come on a lot of decisions. >> okay. we'll see how you chew on this and the big white house summit. president obama speaking during your hour. we'll tune in at 4:00 p.m. eastern on cnn. jake tapper thank you very much. >> thanks brooke. >> let's continue on the politics here and let me bring in cnn political director david chelian. on this issue of listening to jeb bush only a year and a half out of the election and he already -- oh anna navaro poof. just like that. forgive me david. anna just because you are full transparency you are close to jeb bush. it's only a year and a half out of the election. he already has to you know distance himself from other members of the family especially the shadow of he
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Jan 8, 2015 11:00am PST
threats of attack. the firebombing of charlie hebdo emboldened them to be more provocative. georges wolinski's daughter put out a statement. and our next guest joins us live from paris. welcome. >> thank you very much. >> i am very sorry for your colleagues who you have lost. i understand you knew several of them. i want to ask you about them. first i understand you were friends with the mother who apparently was threatened and had returned with her child according to reports and was with her child when she was threatened to type in this code. have you been in touch with her? how is she doing? >> actually i guess that she's in the first one that i could have access because i only have her number and as soon as i heard about this terrible problem, i just called her and she couldn't talk very well and i just asked if she's okay. that's the only question i could ask. that's all. that's all. and then i seen the name of my friend among the artists who had been killed. >> i understand you knew them. can you tell me about them? >> the last time we were together was in september of 2014. we
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May 11, 2015 11:00am PDT
for you out of florida. george zimmerman has been shot in what police say is likely a road rage incident. just two years after the 31-year-old was acquitted in the shooting death of unarmed teenager trayvon martin. so march sin savidge, let me bring you in and you can piece this together for me. what happened? >> hey, brooke. from what we're hearing right now, this was a shooting that involved george zimmerman. it took place in lake mary florida. lake mary is located next door to sanford, florida. this is the statement that we got from the lake mary pd. it says lake mary police department responded to lake mary boulevard and trail head park after reports of a shooting. upon arrival, officers confirmed a shooting did occur. george zimmerman was involved. we aren't releasing any additional information at this time. there were no fatalities. we will do a police briefing later today. it is said that the injuries or the wound, that george zimmerman suffered is described as minor. also you pointed out there is this report that it appears to be some kind of road rage incident. we don't
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Jun 15, 2015 12:00pm PDT
george. he wants to try to show his heart a little bit. tell me about jeb bush. >> reporter: you know perfect timing. i was just about to tell you that they were doing the prayer and i didn't want to be disrespectful. i can tell you the answer to that question brooke. the answer is that he was very interesting talking about his family and talking about the fact that my question that i supposed to him was that some of his friends said to me that his biggest challenge is coming across as just jeb and not just another bush. and his answer was, i'm not jeb. i'm different from george. i know i have to show my heart and he said i know that i'm an intro vert intro introvert and i need to show who i am and what i've done. he will talk about his record here in florida, talk a lot about what he plans to do and really emphasize the fact that as many people in his camps say, he would be the adult in the room. he is somebody who people can trust in the presidency but they know that the challenge is getting there, getting people excited about him, getting himself energized because he told me, look,
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Feb 7, 2017 12:00pm PST
president reagan and george h. bush and karen tomlin, she litigates federal anti-immigration policies. let's get straight to it. david, beginning with you, just even on how this is happening this evening, so how i understand each side presents its case with these three judges and do we know how these three judges even were selected for this? >> well, it's random selection that's how it's supposed to work. >> and why is it all over the phone? >> well, because the justice department has asked for expedition given the urgency of restoring the entry suspension and i guess they could -- the ninth circuit is a circuit covering many states and could not get all three of them in the same location. it's not unusual. >> is it's a live stream so we'll all be able to listen in. karen you take issue with this ban because you say there's no question this executive order singles out muslims, the administration over and over again says this is not a muslim ban, what is the burden in court to prove that it is? >> my organization, the national immigration law center and i personally take issue
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Dec 19, 2014 12:00pm PST
spell out publicly what that response will be. up next, george clooney goes off on sony pictures as well, hollywood and the news media because he tried to get support from movie executives and nobody played ball. you'll hear his choice words for them and for kim jong-un. if yand you're talking toevere rheumyour rheumatologiste me, about a biologic... this is humira. this is humira helping to relieve my pain and protect my joints from further damage. this is humira giving me new perspective. doctors have been prescribing humira for ten years. humira works for many adults. it targets and helps to block a specific source of inflammation that contributes to ra symptoms. humira can lower your ability to fight infections, including tuberculosis. serious, sometimes fatal infections and cancers, including lymphoma, have happened, as have blood, liver, and nervous system problems, serious allergic reactions, and new or worsening heart failure. before treatment, get tested for tb. tell your doctor if you've been to areas where certain fungal infections are common, and if you've had tb, hepati
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Aug 16, 2017 11:00am PDT
robert e. lee. i noticed that stonewall jackson's coming down. i wonder, is it george washington next week and is it thomas jefferson the week after? you know, you really do have to ask yourself, where does it stop? george washington was a slave owner. was george washington a slave owner? so will george washington now lose his status? are we going to take down -- excuse me. are we going to take down -- are we going to take down statues to george washington? how about thomas jefferson? what do you think of thomas jefferson? you like him? okay, good. are we going to take down the statue? because he was a major slave owner. are we going to take down his statue? >> let's discuss. i have harold with me here in new york. he's the director of hunter college's roosevelt house public policy institute. he's also the author of a book on president lincoln. also with me, alfred, he is a professor at the university of alabama law school. so, welcome to both of you and harold, just going off what the president just said, just being historically accurate and having a correct argument, he's referencin
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Jan 4, 2017 11:00am PST
national security establishment like george bush senior, he was going to shake the community, he didn't need any new briefings, he was an expert, the other is a senator comes in and has some experience and a peer to peer relationship with the intelligence community and the other one is if someone gets elected and kind of green and the ic may have the lead for a while and kind of freeing them up to speed and in this case trump is coming out from day one saying i'm the leader, sit down and listen to me, and putting the ic in between a rock and a hard place. >> we talked to members of the intelligence committee who said if you are a green use your word, you would be the one listening, not jabbing at the intelligence community, that said, do you think there's any sort of positives of trump publicly challenging intention? >> clearly, he's challenging them and that's his pattern. this is a tough guy, who takes on anyone who criticizes him or questions him whether it's in business now in politics, and agility around this issue, and how he's positioning on one statement at a time starting with
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May 15, 2015 11:00am PDT
. >>> coming up next george stephanopoulos apologizes this morning for contributions he made multiple times to the clinton global foundation and recuses himself from moderating any presidential debates. let's discuss that with michael smerconish. plus as we continue talking about this amtrak train crash, the future of train travel did you know is a pod traveling more than 700 miles an hour. makers of the hyperloop claim it doesn't risk human error. we'll show you what that means coming up. (dog) mmm. this beneful is so good and healthy. hey, you know what? we should just go ahead and have this for breakfast tomorrow. would that be crazy? (vo) beneful original is a healthy blend your dog will love. with whole grains, real beef and accents of vegetables. big day? ah, the usual. moved some new cars. hauled a bunch of steel. kept the supermarket shelves stocked. made sure everyone got their latest gadgets. what's up for the next shift? ah, nothing much. just keeping the lights on. (laugh) nice. doing the big things that move an economy. see you tomorrow, mac. see you tomorrow, sam. just another
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Jun 24, 2015 12:00pm PDT
-- george will be made if we leave anything out. it was a very very good speech by the judge. it's often in times like this that you'll hear a judge and, you know in such a -- when you thinked about the cruel aspects of this case they will turn to something like a verde opera and like the work of shakespeare to provide some comfort that life goes on and these are the things that are important to us. i also thought probably the best stuff that judge o'toole talked about was what we will remember from this case and he said it won't be the acts -- >> kevin, forgive me if you'll stand by. we're hearing from some of the survivors and the victims' families at the podium. >> they would be here to speak for themselves if they could. i just wanted to vent a little bit about the first time we heard his voice today. nobody really realized that we didn't know what he sounded like after two years, and after we heard it we wish he hadn't because the things he had to say were sort of shocking. he talked at first about allah and this being the month. forgiveness, implying that we should all forgiv
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Oct 14, 2016 11:00am PDT
with us today. he was the white house press secretary for george w. bush. good to see you, sir. so here's the deal. with all these different accusers coming forward, donald trump and even listening to mike pence this morning on the "today" show saying false and we have proof. we have evidence. do you believe them or think they're bluffing? >> i don't know how anybody knows who to believe. how do you know? can you believe the accusers at face value? yes? no, i don't think any of us are in a position to know. i do know from working on campaigns this is a terrible time for donald trump and the other issues in this campaign, the press doesn't want to talk about them, the public is gravitating to this. this is sex journalism publicity entertainment culture. it's all blended now. >> i would like to be talking about the issues, can i just say that. >> well, let's do that. >> this is what he has been talking about. listening to donald trump, this is what he brings up. we'll see if he brings up the issues later this hour in north carolina. but do you think, though, 25 days from election day
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Dec 7, 2017 11:00am PST
young. you look great. what is the age? >> 93 now. >> 93. >> i'll be 94. >> you look great. >> george blake stood watch on the hawaii shores ready to repulse a feared invasion. george, thank you, george. it was pretty wild seen. you'll never forget that. >> no. >> you fought hard. alexander served throughout the war. but if you tried to call him a hero he would tell you he was just a regular grunt in the service. i don't think so. thank you. thank you. i know it is. you are not a regular anything. you are a hero. you are a hero. all of you are heros. in the weeks and months that took place after the surprise attack, tan thand that was a vi surprise attack, millions answered like these guys fought the war. they triumphed. many died to defend america against our enemies and to defeat the enemies of all humanity. the legacy of that legendary american generation is carved deep into the stone history across the battlefields, oceans and harrowing skies of europe throughout the pacific throughout the war one battle cry could be heard by friends and foes alike, remember perfectly harbor. have
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May 13, 2015 11:00am PDT
. george first to you. we had heard obviously speed could potentially be a factor around that curve, especially when you look at the trajectory of how those train cars flew off those tracks. when you hear 100 miles an hour in a 50-mile-an-hour speed limit area your reaction? >> that's astounding. particularly on a railroad system like amtrak that has a train control system in place that's intended to detect overspeed and slow the train down. >> automatically? >> yes. first thing that should happen when a locomotive exceeds its authorized speed is there should be a warning signal inside the locomotive cab that tells the locomotive engineer that he or she needs to slow down. if that signal is not acted upon the system should automatically apply the brakes. >> so once the warning bells go off, either the engineer hears those warning bells, knowing that the train is going too fast and should physically slow the train down. if not, it should automatically slow. so knowing that and knowing that perhaps didn't happen or perhaps it could have been going faster and decreased to 100, i don't
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Dec 21, 2017 12:00pm PST
often wrong on things that he says. and george w. bush, after his first year, which 9/11, of course, happened that september, he had an 87% approval rating, george w. bush because he pulled the country together. he had the bull horn moment in new york. the corrosion of his presidency wasn't until the iraq war kind of drug on and on and on, so there may be poll envy here on steve bannon, his guy donald trump's at 35%. the worst rating of a president in american history since we started polling, 35 compared to bush's '87, and he's just kind of fuming about it. it's another complaint against the mainstream media by bannon. he does it almost daily. >> and brooke, i just want to point out that this is not the first time that bannon has said this, i actually covered a speech that he did in california a couple of months ago where he said, almost exactly the same words about george w. bush, and really used that to try to drive a wedge within the crowd, you know, making the case that, you know, we needed fresh blood. this was right after george w. bush's speech in new york where he was, you
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Jan 10, 2018 11:00am PST
more than a decade. it is so huge. it started with george w. bush who wanted to take the heat but didn't have the political capital to do with the base by the time he got there. donald trump does. so the whole sort of back and forth about will there be a wall, won't there, what does the wall look like. those are the details that matter, but in terms of how it's being sold only matters in terms of how the players who are now given the authority to really find compromise and given the authority to ignore the base, how they can find that compromise. >> you know, the reality is donald trump is uniquely situated to be able to do something that george w. bush tried. that barack obama wanted to do. ann and eluded both of them. and i think he likes that, that he can check off a box that eluded both of them. he has the capital. when george bush tried it he had no capital left. i remember it was a horrible time in the republican party. republican base was sending bricks to republican senators and the white house. it was open warfare from people like rush limbaugh and others on the right. wh
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Oct 1, 2014 11:00am PDT
senior managers left. by 2002, george bush made a humongous error in creating homeland security and taking secret service out of treasury. they had been there since 1865. they worked in treasury and knew how to function in treasury and they are put into homeland security. the first obvious signs of problems came when george bush landed a deck of the "uss abraham lincoln." it was a dangerous, stupid stunt and they would have put their foot down. what happens a few years later? bush is in a press conference in iraq and an iraqi reporter threw a shoe at him. where's the secret service? he's staring at the president. he should be looking there. >> i hear that you're saying at some point in time and i think it was in the '90s when i don't know if it was hemorrhaged or a lot were let go, part of the problem is these men and women who are secret service agents do not know firsthand what it's like when a president is shot at and that's a huge part of the problem. >> the agents themselves are terrific. they're the best and brightest and they live under enormous pressure. >> how did this happ
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Sep 4, 2017 11:00am PDT
. the baby joins big brother and sister prince george and princess charlotte. the new baby will be fifth in line to the throne. cnn's erick mcloughlin has more on the big announcement. >> brooke, kensington palace announced the happy news this morning, the announcement made after the duchess of cambridge had to cancel an appearance at a royal event due to acute morning sickness, it was at that point that both she and prince william decided to announce this news before the 12-week mark, decided to be open with the public about what was going on. accuse morning sickness is something that she suffered from during her previous two pregnancies. in fact, you may remember with prince george, she was actually treated in hospital. this time around, as with princess charlotte she's being treated at the palace. no doubt monitoring her. the key concerning with acute morning sickness is dehydration. we understand from prince harry, who is out and about in london today, that she's doing just fine. take a listen. >> reporter: how are you feeling about the news you'll be an uncle again? >> fantast
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Oct 31, 2017 11:00am PDT
came to the campaign. few people knew the young low level volunteer named george who has already proven to be a liar, check the dems. so let's start at the white house. an ahead of the briefing with our correspondent sara murray there live. the president trying to play this down calling papadopoulos a liar this morning on twitter. but if he doesn't care so much, then why is the chief of staff saying it is distracting him. >> that's right. we saw john kelly admitting this is something that is weighing on the president. the investigation is weighing on him. he has other things he needs to be doing. but there also seems to be this coordinated effort from the president as well as allies to try to be little and disparage to papadopoulos. listen to what former trump campaign had to say versus trump had to say about him. >> he was the coffee boy. you might have called him a foreign policy analyst but all we know is whether he prefers regular coffee. he had nothing to do with the campaign. >> if you want, i can give you some of the names. george papadopoulos. he's an oil and energy consu
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Jul 9, 2015 11:00am PDT
president george bush's fee to speak at this charity, although that was before a group of veterans. who was on the board of the charity? next. i can try new dishes like the island seafood feast with crab, lobster jumbo sweet and spicy and coconut shrimp. so hurry in, it'll be gone before you know it. kids are expensive. so i'm always looking to get more for my money. that's why i switched from u-verse to xfinity. they have the most free on demand tv shows and movies on all my devices. it's perfect for me because my kids are costing me a fortune. i'm going to cabo! [ music plays ] don't settle for u-verse. xfinity is perfect for people who want more entertainment for their money. >>> two former commanders in chief, president bill clinton and george w. bush both will be sharing the same stage tonight in dallas to speak to presidential scholars a program that they actually launched together. but it's a different speaking engagement. president george bush spoke at three years ago that is drawing some criticism today. a report indicates president bush charged $100,000 to speak at this fund-r
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Dec 10, 2014 11:00am PST
this during our breaking coverage for two hours yesterday. it says george w. bush wasn't briefed on these enhanced interrogation techniques until four years after they started. we're talking mid 2006. that's when president bush reportedly got the word and it made him in a word uncomfortable. here now president george w. bush one year after that briefing. >> this government does not torture people. we stick to u.s. law and our international obligations. they are highly trained professionals questioning these extremists and terrorists. we have professionals who are trained in this kind of work to get information that will protect the american people. we have gotten information from these high value detainees that have helped protect you. >> that was president bush 15 months after he was first briefed on enhanced interrogation. the government, this government does not torture. those are words of george w. bush. i said enhanced interrogations were helping protect the american people. let's go to washington. constitutional lawyer from american university has written extensively on the po
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Feb 14, 2017 12:00pm PST
the running, serves as the national security adviser for president george w. bush and says he was nixed because of steve bannon. i talked with elliott moments ago and asked him what it means. >> you have three advisors, flynn being the latest one, all now under investigation into potential ties with russia and even roy blunt a republican senator now calling on this investigation into president and russia, there's a lot of smoke, elliott, how suspicious are you of president trump and moscow? >> i have to say we don't know the facts even about the election for example. i've always thought that the russians believed hillary clinton would win the election and they weren't trying to throw the election, they were trying to harm the next president namely who they thought would be hillary clinton but i think they really made a significant effort to hurt her and under mine her, how significant, how big was it? i don't know. who knew about it? i don't know that either. but i think you are going to find out more from the republicans in the senate. i think one good thing that comes out of thi
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Jan 1, 2018 11:00am PST
that george papadopoulos, the campaign adviser, had told an australian diplomat in may 2016 before the election in the spring/summer before the elections that the russian his dirt on hillary clinton. this was according to this report after a night of heavy drinking and the australians pass it along to their american counterparts after you start seeing the dnc wikileaks e-mails coming out in july of 2016. this, we have found out, jack, is something that may have been the spark to this russian inquiry. that really undercuts what president trump has been trying to hammer home which is that it's all entirely based on this dossier. >> well, this is what i would say, that the russian investigation did not start with mueller. it's been going on for a year and a half. we knew the russians were trying to hack the election during the election, but there has been no proof and no evidence of collusion whatsoever, but the democrats, the critics of trump are always, the shoe is about to fall. we're about to get him. we're this close. we've been hearing that for months and months. what about the desi
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Jun 24, 2015 11:00am PDT
judge here judge george o'toole sentenced him to death on charges which the jury had earlier returned this death verdict. on the other count tsarnaev was sentenced to multiple life terms, quote from the judge now today. whenever you name -- your name is mentioned what, will be remembered is the evil you did. this is the judge speaking just know talking to dzhokhar tsarnaev. what will be remembered is you murdered and maimed innocent people. joey jackson, and actually danny let me go back to you because you were bringing up the point how will this judge, in this case judge o'toole, address him, and he spoke directly to dzhokhar tsarnaev and reminded him what he did. >> again, he did and it's his prerogative. again, federal judges that's a lifetime appointment. it's a pretty secure job so in a way it's more surprising that more federal judges don't take opportunities like this and in this case no surprise. certainly within reason for him to address this defendant and deviate slightly from the script and tell him what the court thinks of this defendant and what the public thinks of this
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Oct 15, 2014 11:00am PDT
has come up with this piece of technology, this ceo of emist innovations mr. george robertson. george, welcome. >> thank you very much. thank you for having me today. >> i can only imagine you're getting call after call after call not just from people in texas but all over the country. how is this being used to disinfect airports. how so? >> well, currently at this time we are not using it to disinfect any airports. the technology has been around for a long time. we have been in development for several years. and just now this year have brought this to commercialization and full production. it's not only about ebola but infection-control because the mister we have will help prevent going forward in all kinds of situations not only hospitals, airports, airplanes, daycare centers, it's very effective in chemicals -- yes >> no, no. forgive the assumption. with people being screened coming in from different parts of the world, assuming you have been called from airports my guess is you will be. >> probably. >> let me ask you about the science. on the science, what kind of scientif
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Nov 20, 2014 12:00pm PST
we're facing right now have to do with george bush trying to bring more and more power into the executive branch and not go through congress at all. and that's what i intend to reverse when i'm president of the united states of america. >> congress passes the law. the executive branch's job is to enforce and implement those laws. >> i take executive action only when we have a serious problem, a serious issue, and congress chooses to do nothing. >>> with me now from philadelphia, michael. republicans don't like what the president is saying. they are threatening noncooperation. do they have a specific plan as to how they expect the president will pay a price for this? >> nothing stops the republicans who control the house of representatives from passing something on their own right now. i mean, if they really want to take control of this from a substantive point of view, the senate has already done so. >> let's toss that out. >> i think that what has happened the president has taken their feet from fire because let's assume, brooke, instead he signed an executive order and it had
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Nov 28, 2014 11:00am PST
are not as familiar with this story let me set it up for you. here's george howell. he has surveillance video capturing how the moments before this boy was shot but i have to warn you it is graphic so could be tough for to you watch. here you go. >> reporter: this video was record on a security camera in a cleveland park and it shows tamir rice moving in and out of view. first we see rice pacing the sidewalk brandishing what looks to be a weapon. at one point even taking a two handed shooting stance. all the while police say he was being watched. >> the gentleman sitting in the gazebo is the gentleman that called into our dispatch center. >> reporter: here's the initial call into 911. >> i'm sitting in the park at west boulevard by the west boulevard rapid transit station. and there's a guy in here with a pistol and it's probably fake. >> reporter: the caller points out twice the gun is probably fake. >> the guy keeps pulling it in and out. it's probably fake but you know what he's scaring people. >> reporter: here's the clip why the man called 911. the object that looks li
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Jul 7, 2017 11:00am PDT
rosenberger who served in the state department under president george w. bush and the national security council under president obama and cnn senior political analyst david gergen who has been adviser to four presidents. to you, the fact that we are now learning that president trump opened this conversation with president putin specifically on the election meddling, do you think this was all just carefully choreographed? >> no. i don't think -- i think the president went in carefully choreographed. i don't think the whole meeting was. but i must tell you, brooke, jim acosta's right. we need to be cautious now. let's get the full reading. the but the initial reading suggests that this could have been one of the most productive, promising meetings president trump has held since he took office. the very fact that now the meddling is on the table, and we may have disagreements about how that conversation developed, but that they're developing a framework for future cyber attacks and how they're going to handle it on each side and how they're going to keep the russians out of the u.s. and ot
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security team during that campaign, george papadopoulos, he's now cooperate ing with the fbi. so it's all about what he's telling them who he spoke to about various interactions with the russians, so he's become an essential player in this. and it's going to be about what does mueller in the end believe, what do the prosecutors on mueller's team believe. and it's going to take more a person telling them. it's going to take emails. maybe other forms of communications, text messages, you'll need a little more evidence here. because right now it's hard to build a case and prove someone forgot it, what they mean they don't want to reveal it and lying about it. so it's going to take a lot. not a simple thing to prove. >> is it increasingly evidence to you that bob mueller is building an obstruction case against the president? >> it seems to me witnesses before that has come before bob mueller and the team investigators there, they have been asking questions about the firing of the director, of the former fbi director, and that's where the obstruction case lies, right. it's was the fbi dire
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sleeve. because remember in the last round of cases that came down, george papadopoulos also pled out as part of a cooperation agreement. >> right. so what does mueller do with it? >> well, so we don't know yet as far as we can tell what george papadopoulos gave up that was so significant to get that plea deal. so between papadopoulos and mike flynn, you now have two, at least to mueller very important pieces of evidence that have not made public. >> so if you are at the white house today, and we know they canceled the media op, would have been an opportunity for us to shout questions at the president, all along we have seen sarah huckabee sanders behind the podium and president saying this is low level investigation, it's going to wrap up soon. michael flynn is no coffee boy. i mean, this is -- if you are at the white house, how are you feeling? >> well, i mean, i've spoken with someone at the white house, and what they are trying to do is downplay all of this. and again as ty cobb did in the public statement saying this is about michael flynn has nothing to do with the president
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george w. bush and now is managing director of beacon global strategies and steve hall, a retired cia chief of russia operations. great to have you all on. for people asking about questions about general flynn and the blame game, he, general flynn, was issued a security clearance under the obama administration in the spring of 2016. the trip and transactions that you're referring to occurred in december 2015. so passing the buck back to the obama administration. >> i think we're conflating a lot of different issues here. the inquiry of whether you should deserve a security clearance or not is basically you have to fill out some forms and you're sort of a judged to be able to receive suitable information. what the reporters are trying to get at is notwithstanding whether he's eligible to receive national security intelligence, did you also do a political vet of general flynn to make a judgment about whether it's a good idea for someone who sat down with president putin, to hold a position such as national security adviser. so it's career professionals, not politicals, who do these type
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much. >> thank you. >>> and he's been adored by generations of trekkies but george is etgetting slammed on social media for comments that he made about supreme court justice clarence thomas. justice thomas one of the four dissenters in that decision. and in a preview with cnn, phoenix affiliate said this -- >> he is a clown sitting on the supreme court. he gets me that angry. he doesn't belong there. for him to say slaves had dignity, doesn't he know that slaves were in chains they were whipped on the back? this man does not belong in the supreme court. he is an embarrassment. he is a disgrace to america. i'll say it on camera. >> those comments nearly broke the internet. people have called takei racist a bigot, others have called him -- including my next guest here -- mark lamont hill said it's one thing to critique his positions but to say that he's a blackface clown, he's wrong. with me is professor mark lamont hill. i think people are surprised, mark lamont hill that you are defending this conservative justice. >> you know i don't know if i'm defending clarence thomas as muc
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and when it took place was the video actually taken. number two, just like we saw in the george zimmerman case, there was a video of zimmerman walking through the police station, wait a minute this guy said he was in a fight there's nothing wrong with him. the more compelling evidence if there is that evidence if there's any photographs or medical reports from the hospital documents actual injuries. to me that video really doesn't show much of anything. >> i think that's just a reminder we only have one tinny piece of the overall puzzle. we're seeing just a glimmer of it. tell me your thoughts about this sunny. you think it cuts both ways. >> right. i disagree with mel. i think the initial information that we were given from the police department was that he had a, you know, a broken eye socket, he had this orbital injury that was just so terrible that he would have been blinded by it. well you look at the video, he was walking through the police station hours after the shooting. he appears to be walking just fine. so i think that given what we've heard and what the grand jury p
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speeches by george w. bush and president barack obama. it's pretty unbelievable how similar they are. but where president bush gave up, president obama is all in. plus, as treasure island in vegas cancels bill cosby's show, one person we've spoken with says he warned everyone about cosby years ago. why he says no one listened. ♪ the mercedes-benz winter event is back, with the perfect vehicle that's just right for you, no matter which list you're on. [ho, ho, ho, ho] no matter which list you're on. lease the 2014 cla250 for $329 a month at your local mercedes-benz dealer. to build something smarter. ♪ some come here to build something stronger. others come to build something faster... something safer... something greener. something the whole world can share. people come to boeing to do many different things. but it's always about the very thing we do best. ♪ but it's always about the very thing we do best. mmmmmmm. look out. now there's even more of the amazing cinnamon taste you love on cinnamon toast crunch. crave those crazy squares even more. for medicare. the medicare enro
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for these numbers. >> reporter: that's right. according to the new c in, -- cnn poll. when george w. bush was going in he was at 61%. we know there was pleasannty of controversy and bill clinton was very cllow, it gives you a sens of the challenges donald trump is going to faces a he tries to bring the country behind him and see if he hammers home the notion that i'm president for all people. one thing that could help is the economy. there are a number of people that believe he's going to be a successful jobs president and when asked about that in the poll 61% say he's going to create good paying jobs as posed to 39% say he is not so maybe this will be a focus for him the first weeks in white house and maybe he says if i can get a trade deal through or a tax plan through maybe more people will come to my side. >> perhaps. sara murray, some news out of the pentagon cnn learned the defense department is ready to apply aggressive military options to accelerate the war against isis in syria. these are options that could send additional u.s. troops into direct combat. let's go to barbara
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below china and only just above russia. below the ratings of george w. bush, who was one of the most unpopular presidents internationally. but i think what it tells us, broadly speaking, brooke, is that america first comes at a price. and when you pull out of the transpacific partnership, when you pull out of the paris climate agreement, when you call into question the future of nafta, you call into question the future of nato, that scares a lot of countries. and there are many different people and global leaders across the world who are thinking to themselves, hold on a second. can we count on the u.s.? it doesn't necessarily mean that they have some personal issue with president donald trump or even a personal issue with some of his policies. but i think what you're seeing is a shift away from an understanding that the u.s. is the defacto leader of the free world, that it's a kind of beacon of stability in turbulent times and you're seeing all these countries now looking elsewhere for their trade agreements, for their security agreements. ultimately, brooke, that can hurt the u.s.
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cook spoke at george washington university. somebody who shared my high school alma mater, funny man matt helms spoke at virginia. i spoke at chapel hill last year and this weekend honored to go back to my roots in atlanta and speak at my high school to these amazing graduates, class of 2015 in my carolina blue robe at the westminsters school. here is a piece of the very end of some wisdom imparted. >> as i close i want to look forward together and the notion of ceaseless exploration, what's next for you? maybe not exactly what you think. maybe some unexpected fork in the road like the one that literally landed me in this carolina blue robe i can't begin to guess, but i can say this for sure. you don'tly have mountains to climb. you have moments that somehow you will have to overcome to reach the summit. you have people to meet and places to go and mistakes to make and lots of learning to do. i don't know exactly where you're going and quite honestly where i'm going next either but i ittell you for certain when you come back here and stand where i am standing and look into the eyes o
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, i'm related to george washington. i didn't know that using ancestry would be so easy.
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says about george papadopoulos the former aid who lied to the fbi about contact with russians during the campaign. a source says he not only attended this one meeting as sarah huckabee sanders told reporters but two meetings in the trump campaign. in the first meeting papadopoulos had the meeting between then and trump and. but then president did not did the idea but jeff sessions ruled it out. >>> also new today shocking about paul manafort and international travel this past year. so i have cnn chief national correspondent jim sciutto sitting next to me and senior politics reporter dylan buyers. so on the papadopoulos trump putin meeting this is a big deal. right. because we had thought that trump hadn't perhaps wanted to have the meeting, and an according to our sources he did but sessions said no. >> and says he's not a coffee boy. we know he was foreign policy role and president said so in "the washington post." know he showed up at one of the meetings sitting between the president and jeff sessions who headed this foreign policy meeting or group. and in that meeting he suggested
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george papadopoulos pitched this idea of a putin meeting and the president heard him out. but once again when it comes to russia and team trump, amnesia. >> can you say whether you are aware that anyone who advised your campaign had contacts with russia during the course of the election? >> well, i told you general flynn obviously was dealing, so that's one person. but he was dealing, as he should have been. >> during the election? >> no, nobody that i know of. >> so not aware of any contacts during the course of the election? >> look, how many times do i have to answer the question. russia is a ruse. i have nothing to do with russia. to the best of my knowledge no person that ideal with does. >> that was february. this was today. >> i don't remember much about that meeting. it was a very unimportant meeting took place a long time. doesn't remember much about it. >> hmm, can't remember anything despite this. >> great memories of all time. there was no hesitation. >> another power player in the trump orbit who seems to also suffer from this and me, amnesia jeff sessions and another campai
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like george zimmerman did when he gave these demonstrations and different interviews to get his version out without the benefit of cross examination. >> but anything he said this morning on the "today" show that could be used in court, correct? >> it will be. >> it will be used in court. >> yes, it will be. anything he says. and one thing that stuck out that he said he said this has happened before i knew about it. so on the other side even on the civil litigation side, they're going to say if you knew about it why didn't you take extraordinary care to make sure it did not happen again? so those types of things will come into issue when he's dealing with this type of case. >> i think what struck me the most is when you see him stand up. we played part of this before where he's pointing to where a gun would be here a taser would be here, and the other would be on his holster. let me just ask you, you know -- and you hear him say, he's apologizing to the family. you hear him on the tape saying i'm sorry, this was a mistake. if it is a mistake, can prosecutors still convict? >> the
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, i think, to equate, as he has, robert e. lee with george washington when he said, well, if you take down robert e. lee's statue, are you going to take down george washington's statue, his version of history and his understanding of history may well be wanting. you know, i don't know what the president read or didn't read or how he looks at history, you know, and people interpret history differently. but i think what corker is saying and a lot of people are saying is, you don't understand what this nation has become and who we are today, and yet, you are the leader of all the people in this country. >> he is indeed. he is indeed. he's the 45th president of the united states. we're going to talk much more about senator corker's comments, about the president's tweets. back with our breaking news, though, of a terror attack in though, of a terror attack in barcelona, spain. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> we can now sadly report that at least 13 people have been killed and more than 50 others are hurt. we do have some video, and we're just going to play you just a short c
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higbie is back with us, chairman of the george washington leader foundation, a big big trump leader, gentlemen thank you for your service to this country but let's get to the matter at hand. perry, press secretary, member of congress, should anyone be commenting whether a raid is a success or failure, period? >> i think it's our obligation whenever any service member is killed when an eight-year-old girl is killed, when we lose the right to conduct ground operations out of a country that has otherwise hosted special operations troops i think it is our obligation as americans to ask what decisionmaking went into this particularly a person like donald trump whose judgment has been again and again been brought into question not just by the public by defense establishment leaders. >> karl, how do you see it? >> i would be curious if senator mccain would -- from a ve vietnamese prison camp if they were saved. we can have a successful mission if we have a loss of life. >> so you think it's appropriate really since the beginning to push this raid out and tout it as a success despite the lo
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person at all. he was a young man finding his way, a student at prince george's community college. he tried to get into the marines. he was patriotic. i've had many cases where the dna findings have been thrown out of court. we don't know who conducted this dna and how it was done. it needs to be scrutinized. why are the police letting out piecemeal, little bits of evidence in a chinese water torture method? they need to conduct themselves in court and not keep talking to the media, trying to brand this guy. >> well, that's what his former attorney says. let's talk about it with another attorney. join mega now, walter bainsley bainsley iii. de thanks for being with me. >> thank you. >> what's your reaction to what the former attorney of daron wint there just had to say? >> i think his point should be well taken. the law requires us to presume a suspect to be innocent. i don't see any need to rush to judgment. frankly, from the information i have there seems to be quite a few questions regarding the criminal culpability of mr. wint. seems like everybody should calm down a little bit, l
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president of kansas state university. he served as former joint chiefs of staff under george w. bush. general, an honor and privilege to have you on, sir. thank you so much for your service. >> thank you, brooke. good to be on. thank you. >> so, just quickly on the note about some of these universities at kansas state, what advice are you giving to your international students? >> well, the first part of advice is i think since we have 67 students, three faculty that are impacted by the current executive order. we've tried to offer all sorts of support to include just knowing what's going on. so we have an office set up to do that. and i think the community is rallying around these students and faculty who probably are feeling a little uncertain about their future right now, and we want to try to assure them as much as we can and take care of them in the appropriate way. so, that's our number one goal at this point, is just to make sure they're getting all the information they can get, any advice we can offer them, and clearly i heard you mention this is probably not going to be a ver
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nominees. first of all, they've gotten a very slow start in confirmations as of this time with george bush and barack obama. they each had 7 or 8 of their cabinet already confirmed. donald trump only has two of them. and what, you know, i found over the last couple of days is that the number of appointments that they have made in these agencies and goes to the interior department where they're ready for what was happening. no, they're not ready anywhere because they hardly have any people in place to fill these jobs. >> got to go to break. >> one problem is the filibuster because the democrats took it away from themselves. >> back to mike pompeo. >> it was 89-11, miami pompeo forward. so no doubt he's confirmed as the cia director. they're just slow walking him. >> cia, again, just a reminder to you watching and following along on this busy saturday with me, we will be seeing president trump from the cia giving remarks. of course, we'll take it live at the top of the hour but also watching these throngs of men and women, younger and older out today in full force marching for what they
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for george w. bush and barack obama but says he could not quote in good faith continue with this administration. as professionals we are touaugh to tune out politics, the river separating cia headquarters and langley very, very from washington mielgt as well be a political moat. >> we are one month in and he's already saying i'm out. how alarming is that? >> it is alarming especially if it is flektireflective of the rd file. and a lot of people rely on them for national security. but it's an interesting window to what is probably going on inside the agency. one piece that gets back to the bannon issue, one of the things that really disturbed this officer was intelligence flows through the system and as phil mentioned quite correctly ends up in the hands of a political commissar who can repackage, and that's against anybody who's ever been an intelligence officer stands for, we need to get them to the senior most policymakers and to stand in the way of that is horrific. >> phil what did you think? >> substantively i think there are a couple offish issues that important. there's a
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