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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
CNN
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
CNN
Oct 31, 2016 11:00am PDT
in mind, i believe, that james comey is the same person who stood up to george w. bush and refused to sign for the continuation of the nsa program that was violating our fourth amendment rights. so, either this man has -- is suddenly a different man, or in this very difficult political climate he's trying to thread the needle, in a controversial way, but he's trying to thread the needle to not to seem partisan. the person the dems should be angry at is anthony weiner. >> what a bizarre -- >> oh, my god. >> what a bizarre -- >> i know. >> what about trump, can he capitalize, he can stay on message? how can this really help him? >> reporter: well, your first question and your second question are directly related. can he capitalize? yes. can he stay on message? we'll know if he can capitalize if the answer is yes to whether he can stay on message. teleprompter trump, as i call him, the one who does stay on message, has been out there for the past few days. he has not been attacking fellow republicans, hasn't been attacking accusers, people who accuse him of sexual assault. he has been st
CNN
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
CNN
Jul 1, 2014 11:00am PDT
, the irish times, we have both sides covered as we go into this match. george howell, how is the buzz there at soldier field in chicago? >> reporter: in the middle of soldier field, does it get any better than this? if you're in el salvador, yes. but remember back in 1994, this is the place. this stadium held some 70,000 people. this is where we watched the world up with in 1994 and the u.s. soccer coach was playing for germany and he scored a goal to help the team win. now the focus is on him. it's on our team today. a lot of excitement for the red, white, and blue. but don't let the quiet fool you. outside the stadium, there are a lot of people excited and waiting to get in here. we talked to people out there tailgating. take a listen to this. [ cheers ]. >> who is blowing off work? >> he gave us permission to take work off. jurgen gave us permission. >> 2-1, us. regular time. no overtime. go usa. >> reporter: so this is where the excitement will be in chicago. some 20,000 fans are expected to show up here today. the gates open in about 30 minutes and a lot of people are pulling for
CNN
Apr 17, 2015 11:00am PDT
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
CNN
Dec 27, 2016 11:00am PST
with princess leia. she said in her book "wishful drinking" in 2008 that george lucas ruined her life in the best possible way because he made her a superstar but he made her a star that she could never escape from. we also talked a lot about -- carrie fisher talked a lot about being an advocate for mental health awareness. she did all of these things in hollywood but she was also very open and honest about her struggles with bipolar disorder. she spoke out for the community. she was also open about her struggles with alcoholism. she was a very honest woman. scott also mentioned her dog gary was always by her side. we do know and we've reported at "entertainment tonight" that her dog gary was there with her in the hospital. her dog gary had a twitter account and he has tweeted this morning the condolences that carrie has now passed away. he also spoke about her relationship with her mother, that it was an often rocky relationship and debbie reynolds just put out a statement thanking everyone who has given her daughter good wishes and she said thank you to everyone who's embraced the g
CNN
Oct 11, 2016 12:00pm PDT
dealing with. >> well, george will -- >> one of the things was he started to lose, right? it was one thing to stick by a donald trump when he seemed to be close in those polls as he was before that first debate but when you started to see that performance, the first debate and him slip behind in the polls it made sense for these republicans to jump ship. i also think there's so much positioning for 2020 right now and part of that positioning has to do with how you handle donald trump. you fast forward to 2020. even if donald trump wins, you can still see a slew of republicans and many of the same republicans that have already run in this go round run again. you could see another field of 12 to 15 people who need to figure out what their political identity is vis-a-vis donald trump. >> wondering if ted cruz was like, ugh, if i just waited one more week! >> good timing. >> well, george will wrote a terrific column in the "washington post." >> great piece. >> and george will is a conservative, he's left the republican party as a result -- he left the day after paul ryan endorsed donald
CNN
Jan 21, 2017 11:00am PST
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
CNN
Nov 25, 2014 11:00am PST
areas. by the way, darren wilson has given an interview to george stephanopoulos. it has not aired yet. but obviously bringing you excerpts from that as soon as it does. meantime, rudy giuliani lashing out on cnn against those who disagreed with the grand jury's decision. >> 93% of blacks are shot by other blacks. they are killing each other, and the racial arsonists who enjoyed last night, this was their day of glory, the racial arsonists. they don't talk about that. when do you hear them talk about how do we reduce crime? what are the causes? >> well, the st. louis area clergy have played a prominent role, obviously here in ferguson. they've been a voice for the community. they've also tried to keep residents calm, lawful, help residents learn about the law, how to demonstrate peacefully. joining me now are two pastors. raphael green, at the metropolitan center in st. louis. and harry jackson junior, senior pastor at hope christian church in washington, d.c. bishop jackson, you were brought in by bishop green to -- bishop green, first of all, your thoughts on what you witnessed last
CNN
Jul 18, 2017 11:00am PDT
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Feb 20, 2015 12:00pm PST
, he was the director of the school of media and public affairs at george washington university. he thereof. and i want to play his experience. >> we never got anywhere near it. i covered the war from buenos aires aires. there were demonstrations. i never saw troops open fire in a big way on crowds. this can be scrutinized on, but i -- i just don't think that this is on a par of the -- that the issues the exaggerations, and the trouble that brian williams is in. >> so monica, let me have you respond to with these exaggeration that's your magazine have been pointing out what response if any yet have you gotten from bill o'reilly? >> we asked bill oriely to explain what he said -- we said e-mail after e-mail and called before we published the story. we thought, well, maybe there's something he wants to say about it. a perfectly logical explanation for having said he was in the war zone when he was in fact in ben buenos aires. within 30 minutes of publishing the story, we were talking to multiple reporters calling david coryn garbage and for him to be in the kill zone. >> and that real
CNN
Nov 6, 2016 11:00am PST
white house, even though george w. bush won florida. hillary clinton and her team trying to make sure history does not repeat itself here in the granite state on tuesday, brooke. >> lost 7,211 votes and democrats were irked he did not spend more time in new hampshire so therefore hillary clinton is there today. another reason why hillary clinton is now returning to new hampshire is al gore and lessons learned from the past. gore only held one event in new hampshire in 2000, campaigning to become president and ended up losing the state of new hampshire. democrats are hoping that same mistake will not haunt them this go around. and with regard to the former vice president, he's said to stump for hillary clinton tomorrow in colorado, a state where clinton is in a close race with donald trump. to anna cabrera we go live in colorado. he was with her before in miami talking climate change and reaching out to millennials, learn from me, every vote matters. >> reporter: absolutely. he'll be here tomorrow in jefferson county. this is one of the state's bell weather counties. twice voted for ge
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
Nov 3, 2014 11:00am PST
, george w. bush fired don rumsfeld. it shook things up. >> maybe shakeups certainly in the cabinet. let's also talk a little further down the line. you wrote this opinion piece and you write if republicans take the senate tomorrow, you write about this blue wall. they'll face this blue wall in a 2016 presidential race. 18 states that have gone for the democrat in every election for the past 20 years, democratic blue wall states in your words. if the wall holds firm, the presidential nominee only has to win a handful of purple states to go over the top. given that, what are the lessons for republicans moving forward? >> i think for the republicans it puts extra pressure on them to show they can be a governing party and an opposition party. as a ramp up in 2016, the democrats -- when george w. bush was in office, the democrats used that midterm election in 2006, the final midterm election as a ramp up. it gave them a democratic congress. republicans want to repeat that this time. if they can take the senate and house and senate and then move on and take the white house, you have everything
CNN
Jul 16, 2015 12:00pm PDT
but first we just received an update moments ago on the condition of former president george h.w. bush. doctors say he remains in fair condition after falling at his summer home in maine. he broke a vertebra in his neck according to a family spokesman, he was never disoriented and the injure did not result in neurological problems. president obama we learned called bush earlier today and wished hiv a speedy recoveries. >>> we'll be brack with our breaking news out of the chattanooga and colorado right after this this break. "the lead" starts next. i already feel like we're the most connected but i think this solo date will seal the deal. sure! i offer multi-car, safe driver, and so many other discounts that people think i'm a big deal. and boy, are they right. ladies, i can share hundreds in savings with all of you! just visit progressive.com today. but right now, it's choosing time. ooh! we have a winner. all: what? [chuckles] he's supposed to pick one of us. this is a joke, right? that was the whole point of us being here. >>> welcome to "the lead." i'm john berman in for jake tapper
CNN
Jan 8, 2016 11:00am PST
moment here live on cnn. this town hall space at george mason university. i want to get immediate reaction from some of the folks here in the audience and who got to ask questions of the president of the united states. let's ask. >> you were the very first question. >> your message of hope is something i agree with. it's great. i think that by creating new laws, you do give people hope. the thing is that the laws that we create don't stop these horrific things from happening, right? that's a very tough pill to swallow. e we want to think that we can make a lot of people follow it. by. the nature of their crime, they are not following it. >> were you satisfied with the president's answer? >> i think that unfortunately a lot of this isn't time to get deeper into issues, but there's more i wanted to say and would like to ask him to not use executive order and go through the due process and all of that. i think there's a very tactful way to answer all of the good questions that were here tonight without fully answering them. he got. close sometimes, but i also think there are some thi
CNN
Feb 20, 2015 11:00am PST
tropical when kanye west said george bush doesn't care about black people -- yes, it was kanye saying that. but a number of legitimate liberal thought leaders took that idea up on their own and explored that. that's equally inappropriate to psychologize into someone a hatred of other people just because you disagree with their policies. >> okay. >> john -- quickly, then i want you to stick around. >> at that point. is e. because i remember that -- i was on tv i was on cnn. and i disagreed and denounced those very words. and the reason why i did it is because i am from new orleans, and i know the pain and suffering this people went through down on the gulf coast. and i thought that was totally inappropriate with that statement. and we just make it clear that we take leadership, and i think it's important that other people take leadership right now and denoun -- denounce the corrosive town set up as a result of mayor giuliani's -- >> we have to go to break. this has taken a huge political turn. jim accosta alluded to it how to the other potential 2016 contenders respond? will they all h
CNN
Oct 21, 2014 11:00am PDT
george w. in 2005. even the current first lady michelle obama could not escape the sultan of suave. >> in the united states, we want to be proud of our first lady and what she looks like. >> jason carroll, cnn, new york. >>> this is cnn breaking news. >> and here we go. we begin with breaking news. thank you so much for being with me. up first this hour, american jeffrey foel is free of the clutches of north korea's communists. the 56-year-old tourist detained since may has, in fact, landed in guam aboard a u.s. government airplane. north korea freed him in the dark of night without really saying why. as they still hold two americans convicted there of crimes. he had been awaiting charges for leaving a bible, which is forbidden in north korea in a nightclub. but the timing here of this release, the timing here is certainly curious, and we'll talk about that in a moment. but first, here is confirmation about the release from the white house. >> in a position to confirm that jeffrey has been allowed to
CNN
Jan 2, 2015 11:00am PST
. 12 years was enough for new york. he was defeated by george pataki in the republican revolution of 1994. cuomo returned to the private sector to return to his law practice and become a prolific author and public speaker. in 2010 came a brand new title, former or first governor cuomo. a word he would be forced to use because he was suddenly no longer the only one. in a bittersweet irony his eldest son andrew the current governor of new york was sworn into a second term just hours before his father's death. >> he couldn't be here physically today, my father. but my father is in this room. he's in the heart and mind of every person who is here. he's here and he's here. and his inspiration and his legacy and his experience is what has brought this state to this point. so let's give him an applause. >> reporter: governor mario come jobs a true american giant was 82. he is survived by his wife of more than 60 years, matilda cuomo. his five children including our cnn "new day" anchor chris and 14 grandchildren. the constant of his life faith and family. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ the evoluti
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Nov 3, 2014 12:00pm PST
running for senate there is talking up her experience working for george h.w. bush. bush. >> in georgia. >> project ten years down the line. can you imagine a republican invoking the name of barack obama to win that state? this is extraordinary. i mean, the toxicity of obama's brand is not fiction. it's reality for these democrats. >> we throw out numbers of approval ratings. van talked about the presidential approval rating. we know congress is way lower than that. let's play the if game. if you have the republicans who take control not just of the house but the senate and then you have communication not happening, working across the aisle not happening, gridlock as we've been seeing for the next two years, will that come back to bite your party in 2016? >> absolutely. what happens tomorrow is not a predictor for what happens in 2016. we all remember the wave election in 2010 for republicans. didn't work out so well in 2012. so if republicans blow an opportunity over the next two years to show people what it means to effectively govern, they'll be back where they were in 2012. that wil
CNN
Aug 17, 2016 11:00am PDT
sink and the fed and 20 other issues in. as you know, george bush cut taxes -- >> blame it on bush. >> -- please don't interrupt. cut taxes for high-income people and corporations more than they had ever been cut. donald trump is proposing to do that, times four. it is the george w. bush plan, times four, and as we have discussed, that did not work. that failed utterly. what has happened post financial crisis is we have had modest growth. it's been a struggle to get back and to recover from the worst recession of our life times. but we have done so. we have now come back with the longest string of private sector job growth in american history. longer even than under ronald reagan. so it has been more the tortoise and not the hare. any one year wasn't tremendously past, but by this point under george bush we were already in a recession. so we need something sustainable going forward and donald trump is not proposing any such thing. >> how -- i'm listening to both of you very carefully. i'm also sort of channeled the american who is listening. i don't know if they're pulling a little
CNN
Oct 4, 2016 12:00pm PDT
battleground state where polls show clinton with a slight lead. joining us now, george w. bush's political director, a donald trump supporter mat schlapp. also bakari sellers, hillary clinton supporter and brianna keilar is back h. our senior political correspondent. so let me begin with you. we've seen michelle obama and bill clinton. >> chelsea clinton. bill clinton. >> why are they rolling them out today? >> i think it's a show of force not just about today but about throughout the election. >> final stretch? >> yeah. she has -- she does have a big sort of team that donald trump doesn't have. when you look at who he has, he has rudy giuliani, he has chris christie but he doesn't have paul ryan stumping for him. he doesn't have the bigger republican names stumping for him. they are keeping their distance from his position bus hillary clinton has bernie sanders, elizabeth warren, joe biden, her daughter, her husband and she has that kind of democratic star power that donald trump isn't able to have. it's a force multiplier for her so it's a good thing and it would be better for
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Apr 20, 2015 11:00am PDT
of incidents. the last one i'd like to mention briefly is george king. he was a 19-year-old man who went into cardiac arrest at good samaritan hospital a hospital of all places. he went there to get a simple tooth extraction and was tasered five times to death by the baltimore city police and good samaritan police. in that case no officers were held accountable. no firings. again, no one was sent to prison. we want to happen here what happened in south carolina. we want these officers to be fired, and we want for them to be charged with murder. >> all right. reverend let me come back to you here. david katz let me bring you in. you hear these myriad of examples of aggressive police tactics in baltimore. when you watch this video, just from a law enforcement perspective, there are a lot of holes. as "the baltimore sun" reporter was pointing out, we don't know what happened to freddie gray's legs. we don't know what happened once they put him in the van. we just know 80% of his spinal cord was severed. he went into a coma and ultimately died. when you see this play out, though through
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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
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Apr 18, 2016 11:00am PDT
of course for complete coverage of that. >>> next, george clooney admits the money raising for hillary clinton is for his word on scene and agrees with bernie sanders 24 hours from the new york primary. >>> a group of bikers supporting donald trump say they're going to the republican convention to maintain order. but what happens if their guy doesn't get the nomination? we'll talk to one of those bikers live. >>> breaking news out of the jerusalem today. a bus exploding with passengers on board. authorities are now saying it was a bomb. we'll take you there live. keep it here. you're watching cnn. your heart loves omega-3s. but the omega-3s in fish oil differ from megared krill oil. unlike fish oil, megared is easily absorbed by your body. megared. the difference is easy to absorb. you'll enjoy consistent comfort with the heating and air conditioning systems homeowners rank number one. american standard heating and air conditioning. a higher standard of comfort. where world-class chefs meet top-notch nutritionists. prime cuts of meat... 25 grams of protein... bold flavorful sau
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Aug 3, 2015 11:00am PDT
president george h.w. bush decided to do something about acid rains, said electricity bills would go up lights would go off, it didn't happen. it costs much less than anybody expected because businesses once incentivized were able to figure it out. when we restricted leaded fuel in our cars cancer-causing chemicals in plastic, it didn't end the oil industry or plastics industry. american chemists came up with better substances. the fuel standards we put in place did not cripple the american auto industry. they retooled. today they are selling the best cars in the world at a faster pace than they have in a decade. they have high-fuel efficient cars giving consumers more choices more than before and saving families at the pump. we can figure this stuff out as long as we're not lazy about it. as long as we don't take the path of least resistance. scientists citizens workers entrepreneurs, together as americans, we disrupt those same old debates. we're inventing new technologies new industries. we're not looking backwards. we're looking forward. and if we don't do it nobody will. the
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Aug 3, 2016 11:00am PDT
who was white house press secretary under george w. bush, ari fleischer, welcome to cnn. you just heard we played the sound of mike pence. we talk about lack of unification within the republican party on trump. i'm thinking is the ticket unified? you have trump not endorsing paul ryan and his own vp nominee saying, yes, strongly endorse. >> the key was the second part of what mike pence was he talked to donald trump this morning, he checked with trump and he said i want to endorse ryan and he got the go-ahead. it wasn't as if he said i'm 180 degrees opposite the boss on my ticket. >> but they're still not on the same page. >> but donald trump is a negotiator on everything. i think trump is comfortable saying you say that, i'm going to move the goal post. i want him to work to get my support. i can see him playing this game. it is not a big meaningful game because the american people are not going to vote on the basis of what politician did not endorse another politician. they're worried about other things. >> this isn't just another politician though. >> no, this is inside busines
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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
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Apr 1, 2016 11:00am PDT
presidential library and author of "george h.w. bush." also joining us, dana bash, cnn's chief political correspondent. and genevieve wood, a former rnc spokeswoman and senior contributor to the daily signal. tim, first to you here. we just spoke to randy evans in the last hour who's on the republican national committee. he was saying if trump does not win wisconsin, he's going to have a very hard time, if not impossible, to reach that name. is this something, though, his campaign should have been focusing on well before now? >> well, if you think about the strategy as we understand it of the trump campaign, it was a shock and awe strategy. they did not build the kind of grassroots organization that traditional republican candidates or democratic candidates for that matter would have created. they're in a situation now where they have to have -- they have to fight for -- delegate by delegate. and what's going to be very interesting to see what kind of retail politics they can actually run. the republican party doesn't have the number of superdelegates the way the democrats do.
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Apr 14, 2016 11:00am PDT
and unwanted touching. george. >> -- file a misdepeopler battery this like this in your office declined to prosecute? >> it happens. we review misdemeanors that comes in, charges that are filed by police agencies because, you know, we ethically have to make a decision whether we have a good faith basis to prosecute or whether there's reasonable doubt. if we know in advance that reasonable doubt exists and we'll not be able to get a convection or even beyond a judgment of acquittal by the judge, we can't ethically file those charges. >> do you guess 10% of the time, hat half the time, how often do police have this and you decline to prosecute? >> often. we review domestic batteries all the time and, you know, instead of them actually arresting the person, they will present us with a filing packet. in which case we then review the case. a lot of those cases are not filed. as in this case. >> by the way, when she says often or a lot, it's far from a majority. it's the clear minority of cases. >> did you talk to anyone with the secret service directly about the protective bubble or
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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
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Aug 4, 2016 11:00am PDT
has not happened, were the exception of george herbert walker bush for more than 50 years or something. she's going to cling to that. she can now bring him campaigning in places he wouldn't have campaigned in 2014 when he was still unpopular. we're going to be watching in the months to come if the right track/wrong track numbers are more important than his approval rating as an incumbent president. will be interesting to see what matters more. >> thank you all so much. again, we're watching and waiting to hear from donald trump speaking in portland, maine. that's the little box on your screen. >>> also a short time from now, president obama will be hold being a news conference from the pentagon. certainly will face questions about that $40 million in cash the u.s. sent in that unmarked cargo plane -- $400 million -- to iran in january. critics say ransom, white house says, no, it wasn't. this is all back to an arms deal from '79. how might the president respond? a lot coming up this afternoon. again reminder, we are waiting for trump, waiting for clinton, and the president, a
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Aug 5, 2016 11:00am PDT
republicans and democrats in the past. we know he served in an intelligence capacity under george w. bush. he was the acting cia director for some time under president obama between 2010 and 2013. let me read you some more about what he writes about trump saying he has already damaged national security. here's another quote. "mr. putin played upon mr. trump's vulnerabilities by complimenting him. he responded just as mr. putin had calculated. in the intelligence business, we would say that mr. putin had recruited mr. trump as an unwitting agent of the russian federation." whoa. those are powerful statements. an unwitting agent. do you agree with this? >> well, look. first of all, putin is not the friend of the united states. supporting him in any way for an american candidate for the presidency is just -- it's unimaginable. really. because, look, putin has invaded georgia, the crimea, he's been assassinating people. he is not our friend. so for a presidential candidate to go along with putin's propaganda -- who, by the way, is a professional kgb officer, and has never stopped being one, t
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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
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Apr 6, 2016 11:00am PDT
george w. bush's 2000 campaign, they are both political animals really. they have it in their blood. milan ya is not only an immigrant but she's a model. this is not what she does. certainly not what she signed up for when she said she was going to marry a billionaire real estate moog -- mogul. she's been making her way to the comfort zone. >> surprise. thrust into a spotlight i suppose. thank you both so much. straight ahead actress amy schumer calling out "glamour" magazine for putting her in their plus-sized issue without letting her know. how the magazine is responding and is the term plus-size in need of a reboot? model emmy joins me next. but that is changing. at temenos, with the microsoft cloud, we can enable a banker to travel to the most remote locations with nothing but a phone and a tablet. everywhere where there's a phone, you have a bank. now a person is able to start a business, and employ somebody for the first time. the microsoft cloud helped us to bring banking to ten million people in just two years. it's transforming our world. you premium like clockwork. month a
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ari fleischer, former white house press secretary under george w. bush. mike rogers says it was a good speech and it was a political speech. would you agree with that? >> oh, absolutely. look. i think here's the shape of things to come. hillary has a lot to work with when it comes to donald trump's temperament and foreign policy and he has a lot to work with for her track record and hillary i have so say is very effective is the bin laden raid and tying the decisions of president obama of a crucial moment and everybody thought in america that barack obama did the right thing. it's not over. donald trump is going to be able to fire back at her because her track record can't change and her track record, of course, the status quo of failure around the world, vacuums in the middle east, rise of muslim brotherhood, libya, the vote for the iraq war and then opposition to the surge which bob gates, for political purposes.aid only- so they both have a lot to work with against each other. >> so on your note 069 track record, michael nutter, former philadelphia mayor. hillary clinton suppor
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Apr 28, 2016 11:00am PDT
leadership. >> let's react with tim naftali. now professor at nyu. author of "george h.w. bush: the american president series." a pleasure to have you on. trump and foreign policy and feel free talking about unpredictability and presidents shouldn't go hantd d in hand. what did you make of his comments? >> unpredictability is a way to say i haven't figured it out. you need someone with no background of foreign policy and elected official, what are the -- what's their gut reactions? >> presidents don't have -- >> don't have it. you don't get the chair usually -- chairman of the senate foreign relations committee president. a thing about it is to know their gut and what jeb bush was saying was, our knowledge of his gut, his gut is the wall. his gut is bullying china. that's his gut. the new language, the new rhetoric, might not be his language. what i think bush effectively is saying, which is president trump? the tell prompter trump or the man on the stage saying i'm not a creature of pundits, i'm not a creature of the establishment. i'm the real trump. >> will the real donald trump
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