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Jul 13, 2015 12:00pm PDT
bring in the son of a mexican immigrant, worked in the george w. bush white house. thanks so much for coming on. my first question to you if you had an opportunity to have a one-on-one sitdown donald trump, what would you tell him? >> i would tell him mr. trump, you're fired. you're a tashlerrible candidate if you're actually run to goning to win a nomination. you get a lot of attention. you seem to thrive on that. but unfortunately, it's not helpful to the republican party and folks who are serious about public policy in this country. donald trump really not a purchase he's given more money to democrats than republicans. he's given money to hillary clinton. hrk seemhillary clinton seems not to be willing to force back against his specific statements and definitely has not said whether or not she'll return any of his money to her or her foundation. he doesn't represent the new republican party unfortunately. i think he will not be the nominee. i think he will be a blip on the screen that people will be talking about years from now but the reality is very impressed with what he's done
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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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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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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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Oct 25, 2016 12:00pm PDT
started -- i think this all started when george washington refused to become a king, right? now, donald trump probably would have called him a loser. instead that was one of the most important decisions any president has ever made. eight years, it's time to move on. we fought a revolution so that we would not have a king. we would not be subjects, we would be independent citizens, i cherish that idea, so here's the good news. americans are coming together at the very moment when donald trump is making an unprecedented attack on our democracy. millions of people are registering, voting early and volunteering in this campaign. [ cheers and applause ] and here's something very exciting. we have reached a milestone. more than 200 million americans are now registered and that includes 50 million young people, the most ever in history! [ cheers and applause ] and you know what? more than six million people have already voted and more than one million of them are right here in florida. [ cheers and applause ] so i think you only see numbers like this when people are standing up for what they r
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Dec 30, 2014 12:00pm PST
. this is a story we first brought to you in may. here's cnn's george howell. >> reporter: from up here the waters look vast and the horizon seems endless. but for this team of salvagers and divers. >> airplanes kind of look like airplanes. we're looking for an image of an airplane. >> reporter: in no way is this the proverbial search for needle in a haystack. because like flight 8501, the crew here knows roughly where to look. and after years of searching charts and records, they find themselves on the verge of a big find. >> the worst of the crash, it proves how good they are, they put it back together. >> the depth of lake michigan not more than several hundred feet in this area. the team uses sonar to find the exact location. and within a matter of minutes. >> right there. right there. see it? oh yeah. mother. look at that. >> they find what they're looking for. divers drop in. and take us down below. they capture these stunning images of a world war ii bomber that crashed into lake michigan nearly half a century ago. >> you know the engine sank first right away the other part float
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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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Jul 3, 2015 12:00pm PDT
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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Sep 30, 2016 12:00pm PDT
there's a real awareness that will farrell's impression of george w. bush made him seem more likable. and the tina fey thing was the opposite. horatio sands said they made up with what they did with george w. bush with the tina fey impression. the trump appearance last year was controversial. members of congress met with nbc executives to protest that unsuccessfully and that cast a shadow, as does jimmy fallon's interview with donald trump where he tousled his hair. i heard people in comedy say that was a pivot moment where they thought people will look back at us -- and not like they had one meeting where they decided us but people are independently saying we looked back at comedians, did we enable this because we thought he was funny? >> dana, david, thank you, we appreciate it. we'll be warble for sure saturday night. coming up next, mystery in paradise. two american sisters found dead in their hotel room in a resort in the seychelles. their family in minnesota desperate for answers, details in what we have just learned in this case ahead. approve this message. i'd look her right
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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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Sep 26, 2016 12:00pm PDT
worked with george w. bush, obviously, against al gore. in a debate that al gore, frankly, should have won, everyone says. he had the policy experience, he had the debate experience, he had the substantive advantage. and yet he did not win. from that, what advice do you give to donald trump who comes in with a very big deficit on those issues where hillary clinton is so facile? >> donald trump needs to debate more like hillary clinton. he needs to be more scripted, more disciplined so viewers can say at end of the debate, i can see him in the oval office. i was scared of him. people said he was unqualified. i think he can do this. that means he has to be less boisterous and more gravitous. >> there was a fascinating interview in "the new york time times". they said it was so similar to this one. and what was interesting, striking was, george w. bush that summer quietly began preparations, quietly began studying, and he had no less than 15 practice rounds before he walked in. in other words, he was -- and trump has gone to the other extreme. like zero practice rounds, if we are to
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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
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Nov 10, 2014 12:00pm PST
was in the white house for eight years. george h.w. bush and his son had it for 12 years. could we see both of these families back on the ballot in two years? and richard nixon wasn't the only president it appears to secretly tape conversations in the white house. we're learning ronald reagan did if, too. so what do the tapes tell us about his time in the white house? we'll have that ahead. eeeeeeeeeeeeeeee financial noise financial noise financial noise financial noise no longer in uniform,. but still serving... on the job and in our communities... whose dedication and commitment to excellence continues... in every mission, whatever it may be... affecting our lives every day... for your continued service, we salute you. this message of appreciation to our nations' veterans is brought to you by paralyzed veterans of america and unitedhealth group. ♪ ♪ ♪ there is no car because there was no accident. volvo's most advanced accident avoidance systems ever. the future of safety, from the company that has always brought you the future of safety. give the gift of volvo this season and
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May 18, 2015 12:00pm PDT
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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May 11, 2015 12:00pm PDT
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 zimmerman is reportedly suffering a minor gunshot wound. so let's talk about this with a man who witnessed the aftermath of the shooting. kenneth cornel is on the phone with me. also cnn's martin savidge onset in new york. i have joey jackson, criminal defense attorney and hln legal analyst. and sunny hostin, cnn legal analyst and former federal prosecutor. welcome to all of you. martin let me begin with you. tell me what you know. >> well this is coming to us from the lake mary police department. it was about 12:45 it was reported this afternoon when george zimmerman and another man were apparently involved in some sort of altercation. now, the police chief there is insinuating this had been an ongoing dispute. in other words, these two men had words and some kind of exchange in the past. i think one of the witnesses you're going to talk to there was word that a gun was waved by the oth
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Jan 23, 2015 11:00am PST
caused the crash. george what are you hearing? >> the preliminary report from the ntsb all along we knew the plane was flying through tricky weather that day. now we know according to this report that weather may have very well played a factor in the crash due to icing, due to poor visibility and mountain obstruction and engine trouble. the pilot told the controller on the ground that the engines -- that he had problems specifically the right engine had failed. all of this before he could reach the nearest airport. that's part of the preliminary investigation. in the meantime in nashville, illinois the community continues to struggle with what happened. their main focus is to care to the survivor. it has been nearly two weeks since that fatal plane crash that left a little girl without her family. felt worst here in the heart of the midwest, the loss of family. their funerals fresh in the minds of many. but there was one survivor 7-year-old sailor gutzler. >> we're all rallying around here. we're praying for her as a church. >> for the pastor of this church who oversaw the family's
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Dec 31, 2014 12:00pm PST
course there is hollywood royalty of all royalty. george clooney, how did amal alamuddin get him to walk down the aisle, i need to talk to that lady because whatever secret she's got, i want. >> robin williams a fresh tour millions has died. >> there's not a lot that shocks us in hollywood, but this one stunned us all. i'm talking about the passing of robin williams. he was 63 and williams was sober, but now we know he was struggleing with severe depression and early stages of parkinson's disease. robin williams was loved and beloved in hollywood. he was a husband, he was a father and to all of us he was kind of our favorite guy. his legacy will live on and he will never be forgotten. thank you so much for watching the top ten of 2014. i'm brooke baldwin. to see all of our stories, visit cnn.com/year in review i will see you in the new year. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> happy new year to everyone making vodka toasts in moscow. the clock just struck 12:00 a.m. here's mud in your eye, vladimir. i'm jake tapper. this is "the lead." the world lead the hunt continues and in
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Oct 25, 2016 11:00am PDT
started -- i think this all started when george washington refused to become a king, right? now, donald trump probably would have called him a loser. instead that was one of the most important decisions any president has ever made. eight years, it's time to move on. we fought a revolution so that we would not have a king. weou
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Mar 31, 2015 12:00pm PDT
iraq and was a top national security aid in the george w. bush white house. ambassador welcome back. >> thank you very much brooke. >> i'd love to start with the significance of taking tikrit back. how significant, in your opinion, is it? >> this is significant in and of itself. you can't take mosul, the second city of iraq and where isis has made its headquarters without first taking tikrit. it's important militarily. it's also important psychologically. when the iranians were basically in charge with their militias they couldn't finish the job. it was u.s. air power and a bigger role by the iraqi army that led to the fall of tikrit to the iraqi government. this is a big victory for prime minister ai baa i did. he's a good guy. this is something, a rare something to celebrate in the middle east today. >> that's interesting. i had read something you had said that this is a defeat for iran. i think you just alluded to it a moment ago, that they couldn't ultimately finish the job. so you're giving the credit to iraq to the u.s. but very clearly not iran. >> that's exactly right, brook
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Aug 25, 2014 12:00pm PDT
the beard and sybrina fulton were there. george zimmerman killed tray vonn in 2012. she mentioned the daughter of my next guest, hadiya pendelton killed in 2013. she was an honor student and died as young shot into a park. sybrina fulton mentioned hadiya as the, quote, countless other michaels and travon's in our country. her father is joining me now from chicago. nathaniel, the funeral for michael brown finished about 90 minutes ago and we know you couldn't attend the ceremony because of health reasons. thanks for taking some time to talk with us. >> thank you. >> the browns, of course, are laying their child to rest today. you have done the same. what has been going through your mind today? >> well, first, i really want to say my condolences go out to the brown family. and every kid matters. you know, the way i feel today is really upset that another young soul has to be put to rest, stopped in his footsteps, because, you know, an officer decided to, you know, unload bullets into him. it's a travesty. >> and that being said, you mentioned it was an officer who took michael brown
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Oct 31, 2014 12:00pm PDT
going to persevere. i think george is going to persevere. he's the ceo of virgin galactic and richard branson i'm sure will be the first person on his flight into space and i would imagine that at least half of those passengers will stick with it once they see the safety precautions are taken. >> rachel, stay with me. we have to take a quick break from our breaking news. we'll be back in just a moment. we just sat down with richard branson recently hitting home this notion of, yes, he was planning on taking a ride on spaceship 2 with his family but, yes, he was also very, very well aware of the risks involved in this. we'll hear from him next. you do a lot of things great. but parallel parking isn't one of them. you're either too far from the curb. or too close to other cars... it's just a matter of time until you rip some guy's bumper off. so, here are your choices: take the bus. or get liberty mutual insurance. for drivers with accident forgiveness, liberty mutual won't raise your rates due to your first accident. see car insurance in a whole new light. call liberty mutual insurance
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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
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Jul 15, 2015 11:00am PDT
more reaction coming in. george pataki another republican presidential candidate is standing by live. we'll take a very quick break. much more right after this. eetlights in detroit, at one point, did not work. you had some blocks and you had major thoroughfares and corridors that were just totally pitch black. those things had to change. we wanted to restore our lighting system in the city. you can have the greatest dreams in the world, but unless you can finance those dreams, it doesn't happen. at the time that the bankruptcy filing was done, the public lighting authority had a hard time of finding a bank. citi did not run away from the table like some other bankers did. citi had the strength to help us go to the credit markets and raise the money. it's a brighter day in detroit. people can see better when they're out doing their tasks, young people are moving back in town the kids are feeling safer while they walk to school. and folks are making investments and the community is moving forward. 40% of the lights were out, but they're not out for long.they're coming back. you total
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Sep 8, 2014 12:00pm PDT
taken 92 days of vacation. at this point george bush had taken 364 days of vacation. he's taking four times fewer vacation than george w. bush. there's a right wing myth all he's doing is golfing and that's not true. >> i don't care how many vacation days he takes. he's free to golf and he's free to spend his vacations anyway he wants. to white wash and rewrite history and pretend to the american people and chuck todd that he's not good at anticipating the optics of politics is preposterous. have you met you? this is a president largely elected not because of any experience he had but because he was good at the optics of politics. so i mean it was a mistake. he was right to acknowledge it was a mistake. let's not pretend this doesn't come naturally to him. it's one of the few things that he does very well generally. >> so there was mistake about the issue of golf that chuck asked about and also the jv comment he made talking about isis back in january. this is what the president said back then. if a jv team puts on lakers uniforms, that doesn't make them kobe bryant. i think there is
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Jul 10, 2015 12:00pm PDT
? next. >>> also ahead, george w. bush and bill clinton appearing together on one stage. that's rare in itself. one brother, one wife running against each other for president in 2016 what these two said together on stage. we'll be back straight ahead with a marine who had the honor of introducing both of them. do you like the passaaadd? it's a good looking car. this is the model rear end event. the model year end sales event. it's year end! it's a rear end event. year end, rear end check it out. talk about turbocharging my engine. gorgeous. what kind of car do you like? new, or many miles on it? get a $1000 volkswagen reward card on select 2015 passat models or lease a 2015 passat limited edition for $209 a month after $1000 volkswagen bonus. you're driving along, having a perfectly nice day, when out of nowhere a pick-up truck slams into your brand new car. one second it wasn't there and the next second... boom! you've had your first accident. now you have to make your first claim. so you talk to your insurance company and... boom! you're blindsided for a second time. they won't giv
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May 8, 2015 12:00pm PDT
president george w. bush. the context of jeb bush's remarks is significant. this was a closed-door meeting with a bunch of conservative big-money folks, many of whom were big -- are being conservative supporters of israel. he was asked about james baker. james baker, of course former adviser to his father george h.w. bush who had been critical of prime minister netanyahu. that's the context. how much does baker inform you on the subject of israel? and that's when jeb bush i'm told invoked his brother, george w. bush who's regarded by conservative israel supporters as a big supporter of israel. that's the context of that. but the bigger issue, of course brooke is the specter of george w. bush and how big a shadow will he cast on jeb's campaign. that remains a big issue. >> what about the name jim macena? he may not be known much outside of the beltway, but he's this campaign wizard. he helped obama get into the white house, just helped david cameron. now he has been tapped to help hillary clinton. what do you think is his secret sauce? >> he's very data driven. that's been my experi
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Sep 11, 2014 11:00am PDT
. paul george tweeted his ill-advised thoughts and now he's regretting that. i want to read you some of what he tweeted. "i don't condone hitting women or think its cool but if she ain't tripping then i ain't tripping. let's keep it moving. let that man play. >> so george tweeted more after that. what more did he say? >> first of all, first thing, there's no lol when we talk about domestic violence, paul george. the first tweet wasn't bad enough he tweeted after that if you're in a relationship and a woman hit you first and attacking you, then you obviously ain't beating her. homey made a bad choice. how long is it going to take for him to delete the tweets and how long is it going to take for him to put up a retraction? probably five minutes before that happened. he deleted the tweets he put up and put up apology saying he was sorry to victims of domestic violence but then it seemed like the nba got involved because not too long after we got a statement from his team, the indiana pacers, and also an apology statement from him. larry bird, president of basketball operations for the indi
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Sep 11, 2014 12:00pm PDT
forces. we need saudis and the egyptians and sunni forces in there to do this. and we need like george herbert walker bush did. we need to build a grand coalition and get those states to pay for this conflict as george herbert walker bush did in '91. >> does the idea of mission creep concern you? >> it doesn't concern me because i understand the danger of isis and there's been a collapse across the middle east. >> the president said last night that our intelligence community believes thousands of foreigners including europeans and americans have joined isis in syria and iraq. so without destroying the militant group, you hear these people are signing up for terror. what's the answer? >> what are underlying causes that people gravitate toward these ideals and use this extremism as a way to -- >> does the cause matter. don't you still have to wipe them out? >> i think we tried to wipe them out historically and it doesn't work because the groups splinter and more and more groups pop up. isis is a group that popped up based on our intervention in iraq. if we try to go military first strate
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Jan 12, 2016 11:00am PST
born citizen. it's true if your parents are missionaries abroad. that's why george romney was a a natural born citizen even though he was born in mexico to missionary parents. the legal question is straight forward. i understand why my opponents are throwing more and more attacks. four weeks ago just about every republican in the race was attacking donald trump. today just about every republican is attacking me. and they are very dismayed. that suggests something has changed in the race. i think they are dismayed they don't like seeing conservatives uniting behind our campaign because if conservatives unite, i will say it's more than a little strange to e see donald relying on a liberal left wing harvard law professor who is a huge had hillary supporter. it starts to make you think why are hillary's strongest supporters backing donald trump. the past couple elections, we saw the democrats thrilled that they got the mom knee they wanted to run against in the election. it it seems hillary folks are eager to support donald trump and the attacks that are being tossed my direction. he'
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Feb 24, 2015 12:00pm PST
missionary. details on how this kidnapping happened coming up. plus, developing news involving george zimmerman and the justice department. stay with us. photos are great for capturing your world. and now they can transform it. with the new angie's list app, you can get projects done in a snap. take a photo of your project or just tell us what you need done and angie's list will find a top rated provider to do the job. the angie's list app is the simple, new way to get work done on your schedule. the app makes it easy, the power of angie's list makes it work. call, click or download the app for free today. meet the world's newest energy superpower. surprised? in fact, america is now the world's number one natural gas producer... and we could soon become number one in oil. because hydraulic fracturing technology is safely recovering lots more oil and natural gas. supporting millions of new jobs. billions in tax revenue... and a new century of american energy security. the new energy superpower? it's red, white and blue. log on to learn more. when you ache and haven't slept... you're no
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May 12, 2015 11:00am PDT
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Aug 18, 2014 12:00pm PDT
george zimmerman. don, for the first time we have this audio, which we'll tee up. first, give us context. who was the person who called into the radio station? . >> reporter: it is a friend of the officer. and brooke, i want to be very specific here. and i want to follow direct guidance, okay? because i think it's important to get everything straight here and to give knowledge of who this person is and how this information was obtained. so i'm going to read verbatim here. it says a source with detailed knowledge of the investigation into the ferguson, missouri, shooting of michael brown, says that the account of a caller to st. louis radio station, ktfk, matches the account of officer darren wilson as to what happened at the time of the shooting. the caller to the radio station identified only as josi told listeners she knew officer wilson's side of the story and in detail laid out wilson's account. here it is, in its entirety. listen. >> he rolled his window down and said, come on, guys, get out of the street. they refused to, and were yelling back and saying we're almost where we're go
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Aug 18, 2014 11:00am PDT
bring them on in so no one gets hurt or shot or gassed. >> joining me now, george howell, who is right outside the ferguson police department. and so george, we heard this brown family attorney say he was hoping the national guard's presence would bring calm to the people of ferguson. but then there have been suggestions that, you know, the optics of more shields and vests and what not from authorities will make it worse. >> well, you know, brooke, we've gotten some clarification on exactly how the national guard fits into this. we understand now that the national guard will basically work to contain it and control to protect the police command center that is set up on west florence road. police said they felt protesters were getting too close to the command center. we understand the national guard will have a limited focus, only protecting that command center, and they will work under the direction of captain ronald johnson, who is with the state trooper. so he still runs the show out here. some other important things have played out. obviously, just an hour ago, my colleague, don lem
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Feb 24, 2016 11:00am PST
up by former president george bush 2005, unanimously confirmed by the senate for a district court judgeship, which shows you sort of a support on both sides. this is also someone, right, who is pro choice but not -- but opposed to late term abortion manu, one of the biggest cases that is about to be heard in front of the high court. >> that's what's going to be challenging for him going forward support for abortion rights. actually san val had long be viewed as a possible vice presidential pick for the republican but because of his support for abortion rights that put him in a difficult spot. that shows the challenge for the white house here in picking someone like this someone who has views that could anger both sides. he abhors late term abortion but supports abortion rights. at the end of the day, if this nominee is not confirmed, what will that do for the elections? >> if it does not bring out the democratic barracks maybe it's not the right choice for the white house. >> right, and what does it do for the down ticket race for senators if they are not willing to meet for someo
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Aug 17, 2015 11:00am PDT
bring up the bush years, because right now george w. bush, his foreign policy has been under scrutiny? >> look. i think conservatives and republicans, george w. bush, maybe history will remember him more kindly. but i think ronald reagan, still, is who you harken back to if you want to harken back. but no, sstalgia is not the pla you want to be. i wonder how it translates and for a younger generation, i don't remember ronald reagan even, as amazing as that sounds. >> let's focus in, then. matt, donald trump said that he watches the shows, like the sunday shows for military advice. i assume he means the news program. i watch them to get research on what is happening in the world. but if you're going to be the president and commander in chief, is that enough? >> oh, my heavens. it's so fun to talk about donald trump. in fairness, he talked about ambassador bolton. i'm not saying you have to be a career politician to be president but having gotten elected to something, having served in public service i think helps. conservatives have a very good reason to be concerned about this. he rece
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May 14, 2015 12:00pm PDT
a town hall event by someone who blamed president george w. bush for helping create the terror group isis. what his response was and what he recently said here in response to going into iraq. also an update on the donations that abc news anchor george stephanopoulos has made to the clinton foundation. we have news. our senior media correspondent will have that information coming up next. you're watching cnn. dear stranger, when i booked this trip, my friends said i was crazy. why would i stay in someone else's house? but this morning a city i've never been to felt like one i already knew. i just wanted to thank you for sharing your world with me. it felt like home. airbnb. belong anywhere. >>> got some breaking news now here regarding donations that abc news anchor george stephanopoulos has admitted to making to the clinton foundation. brian stelter with me. i think we should back up and explain all of this. you just got off the phone with george stephanopoulos. >> this is really evolved quite a lot in the last six hours or so. i'll try to explain the issue at hand. journalists gener
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Jun 15, 2015 11:00am PDT
about looking at people like rachel dolezal and say, how am i also her or george zimmerman? how am i like george zimmerman? how do i have fear of black men that endangers them and recognizing that this racism that really circulates in our society is not something that i'm immune from once i decide i want to live an anti-racist life. it's something i have to work against every day. so recognizing that being white has meaning and it may not have meaning for lots of people but doesn't mean that it has meaning for people and to be able to own that and work from there. >> i've got to go. >> i just want to know that rachel as a white woman could have done that work in white communities. she didn't have to do that farce. >> that's a great point. ali michael and professor, thank you. i really appreciate it. >> thank you for having us. >> you got it. >>> today, thousands of schools across south korea warning students and teachers to wash their hands as they finally reopen after 16 are dead from the mers outbreak. health officials believe the outbreak is slowing. >>> next the suicide of a youn
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Sep 22, 2015 11:00am PDT
world leader, to welcome the pope. presidents have welcomed the pope before. george w. bush was here for pope benedict but never a president and vice president. >> i'm going to interrupt for a a second. we're looking at a live picture of the plane, which is the faa has called shepard one. that's the name of it. it's quite an exciting moment as you were just discuss iing. >> reporter: no question, we can say it. >> what are some of the gifts people have brought? >> reporter: i was tweeted a message from an american who brought him a cup of his favorite tea. it's a south american tea. you might have tried it before he's been seen drinking in public. that's a challenge for secret service because people like to bring him gifts. sometimes they throw the gifts a at him. obviously a challenge if you're a secret service agent and you see someone throwing something at the pope. that's one of the many challenges because this is his style. he wants to connect. he's said that don't do these trips, in his words, unless you can have a human connection can, a human communication. that's the challen
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Apr 11, 2017 11:00am PDT
, founder of airfarewatchdog.com. good to see you. george, this is a pr nightmare. if you are the united ceo, where do you go from here? >> it's a flightmare from hell. number one, apologize already. oscar munoz came from the railroad industry and oscar, you're no longer moving cars and cattle. you're moving people. get with it. >> the fact that he described the passenger as, quote, disruptive and belligerent, the company has no blame so far. how can he -- what should he do next to make this right? >> you know, apologize. just say, i'm sorry, and apologize for his statements that were supposedly apologizing. >> do you think that's good enough? >> it's a start. it's a start. and then double down and there's so many things they could do. somehow compensate these passengers on the plane who saw this happen, look, they are going to get sued. it will probably be settled out of court. this is going to cost united millions and millions of dollars in all kinds of losses. if they had spent maybe $500 more in the bump offer, this would have never happened. they were cheap and stupid and i think this i
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Feb 24, 2015 11:00am PST
federal civil rights charges against george zimmerman. zimmerman is the former neighborhood watchman in florida who was acquitted in the shooting death three years ago this week of 17-year-old trayvon martin. this case setting off massive protests across the country. pamela brown is joining us from washington. what have we learned? >> the justice department just released this statement, ana, saying it's declining to bring civil rights charges against george zimmerman for the killing of trayvon martin. so essentially, one year and a half after the jury acquitted george zimmerman of second-degree murder federal prosecutors have found there's not sufficient evidence to prove zimmerman intentionally violated martin's civil rights. in other words, that he targeted him because of his race. attorney general eric holder just said in a statement, through a comprehensive investigation, it found the high standard for a federal hate crime prosecution cannot be met under the circumstances here. this young man's prepremature death necessitates that we continue the dialogue and be unafraid of confr
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Nov 23, 2016 12:00pm PST
fleischer is back with me today, former press secretary for president george w. bush. ari, happy early turkey day. thanks for joining us. >> thank you, brooke. >> a couple days ago when you were on this show we were talking about the potential of this mitt romney/donald trump meeting over the weekend. we know it's happened and apparently governor romney is seriously considering it. if i recall, ari, you said this is nothing, neither side is interested. are you changing your tune today, my friend? >> well, i urge caution here still. the key thing is, especially for a post as important as secretary of state is you have to be in sync with the president of the united states and particularly a president of the united states who is running to change things around the world, who's running on an america-first platform who's trying to put pressure on allies they've historically been reluctant to do, like spend more money on defense so the issue here is if it's going to be mitt romney, can he fully and with a clear conscience sign on to support donald trump? because that will be his job. i'm not
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Aug 24, 2015 11:00am PDT
him. people have been talking about immigration for a very long time. george bush tried to push it through the senate in 2007. multiple republicans have run on immigration reform. marco rubio, another candidate for the presidency, formed a through the senate two years ago. what is new is a celebrity putting their name behind immigration reform. >> marco rubio learned the hard way when you decide you're going to have a path towards citizenship which conservatives refer to a path towards amnesty. i don't think he's going to do himself any favors talking about how now he's the anti-trump. last week he said answer kor baby. he felt like he needed to give some credentials and the fact of the matter is that donald trump has exposed that most of the gop candidates when they talk about this issue, they are always talking about visas, expanding these programs, making them better. they don't talk about enforcement. if you don't talk about securing the border, conservatives don't want to hear it. >> you know who doesn't want to hear what donald trump is suggesting? let's think about what dona
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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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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
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Dec 9, 2014 12:00pm PST
president george w. bush, you know, defending the cia. >> and the cia defending the cia. that's right. the report is -- there is a minority report that was also issued today from the senate republicans with the one exception of susan collins. and it's not just their conclusion that releasing this report puts at harm americans abroad, u.s. troops and cia officers and others. they also take issue with the content of the report. let me read one quote here. they say, basically overall senate democrats' biases led to faulty analysis, serious inaccuracies and misrepresentations of fact. there are people who work under the obama administration for the cia who also dispute much of what is in this report. and we should point out that the cia itself has issued statements today. they're basically taking issue with, first of all, the claim that torture or enhanced interrogation techniques, let's call it what it is, torture. they say it did produce intelligence that helped thwart attack plans. they say it was critical to our understanding of al qaeda and continues to inform our counterterrorism efforts
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May 1, 2015 11:00am PDT
investigation. when we talk about the george zimmerman case that office was investigating its own, so it make a lot of sense to have someone else come in. >> she pointed out that not only was her office doing its own separate investigation obviously they were ready to bring charges the day after getting -- >> i think that's worth reiterating. we kept saying this morning as we were anticipating hearing marilyn mosby speak, but we never thought it would happen so quickly. she had these independent investigators and this police integrity force working with her to work alongside. >> and she brought in outsiders. >> talk about that. >> she said she brought in a couple of outside independent investigators to help her conduct this investigation. clearly, when she got the police report the evidence report that she got yesterday and the medical examiner's report this morning, which ruled this a homicide she was ready to go. >> she was on it. mark final thoughts to you looking ahead. >> look, the reporting on this well she acted really fast. the reality is if these weren't cops if these were ci
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Dec 24, 2014 11:00am PST
, missouri, to george howell. we'll talk to the mayor and have him explain why this is not ferguson but to you as far as facts and as far as what happened at that gas station, police say they identified that teenager who was shot and killed? >> reporter: they are not releasing a name at this point but, yes, they do believe they understand how this happened. how is it different from ferguson? with what happened in ferguson, there was no videotape. in this case, we do have video. we see the surveillance video. police put that out this morning. in that video you see -- we've blown it up as best we can so that you can see. two people with the police officer. you see one person pointing something, looks to be a weapon at the police officer. they freeze the tape there. that is part of the investigation here. obviously they want to understand exactly what led up to this. we know the officer was doing his job that night basically responding here to this gas station and a report of shoplifting and that's when this transpired. so, look, we are just two miles from ferguson. any time something like th
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Aug 1, 2016 11:00am PDT
was that with george stephanopoulos? was he misspeaking? you can understand why people are jumping on this and saying he doesn't know what he's talking about. >> we always look at how trump says things. he doesn't always say things perfectly. he speaks from the heart, from the gut emotion that he has right there but what we saw hire was the fact that trump says "when i'm president." he cleared it up in a tweet. he's done this before. when i'm president putin's going to get out of ukraine. >> do you think he was speaking from the heart and his gut and that's what he meant? >> well, he said "putin is not going to go into ukraine" and i think if you look at the larger context on his statements in foreign policy in general, he didn't know what brexit meant, he didn't know what the nuclear triad was twice. so the evidence based on donald trump's record suggests it's likely in fact that his understanding of what happened in ukraine is quite thin. >> well, i think here's another thing, too. he said broader picture. let's look at the broader picture. why did putin go into ukraine? putin has b
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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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Aug 8, 2014 11:00am PDT
"george h.w. bush" in the persian gulf dropped 500-pound bombs on this position. but i want to tell everyone, not just any 500-pound bombs, these were laser-guided bombs and quite specialized to go after mobile targets, targets on the move. that's the kind of weaponry that isis has. the first time this particular kind of bomb was used was back in 2008 in iraq. so it comes full circle. we also know at this hour, this mission was likely videotaped, gun camera, nose cone footage by the fa-18. that footage has not yet been released. we know that people, military personnel are looking at it, seeing if they want to declassify it, what the video may exactly show. but all of these types have air drop, air attack missions generally are filmed by the gun camera in the fighter jet. should we expect more strikes? you bet. u.s. war planes in the sky conducting combat air patrols, looking for isis on the move. expecting more air drops. they did make some progress overnight with the first initial massive air drop in those mountains, but there may be 40,000 people up there, and they are going to ne
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