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Aug 19, 2014 12:00pm PDT
represented george zimmerman. i'd love your two cents on that. please remind everyone, when we're talking about a grand yesterday. how do you, if and when this goes to trial, do you select as attorneys for either side select which witness testifies? which is most credible? >> that's one of the decisions. you look at the credibility and how they will help your case. you look at what they said and how they said it and if it's in a way that you can present to a jury to make them believe it and realize there are going to be some warts on every witness that we have. >> mark o'mara, thank you very much. >>> who, if anyone, is he had looking the protests in ferguson? will someone stand up and lead these people? is there a new leader they can turn to? and not everyone sees this through the lens of race. for some people it is about the police shooting of a young man, it's about authority, it's about too much authority in some cases. we talk about why race may be important here in ferguson. that's ahead. where the reward was that what if tnew car smelledit card and the freedom of the open road? a c
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Jan 3, 2017 11:00am PST
winds of change and as i stand next to that portrait of good old george washington i'm reminded from a line from one of his favorite pla plays, we'll do more, we will deserve it. and so, my dear friends and colleagues, i say to all of you, good luck and god speed. thank you very much. [ applause ] >>> i'm now ready to take the oath of office and ask the dean of the house of representatives, the honorable john conners jr. to offer the oath of office. >> thank you. if the gentleman from wisconsin would please raise his right hand. do you solemnly swear or affirm that you will support and defend the constitution of the united states against all enemies, foreign and domestic, that you will bear true faith and allegiance to the same, that you take this obligation freely without any mental reservation or purpose of evasion, and that you will well and faithfully discharge the duties of the office on which you are about to enter, so help you god? >> i do. [ applause ] >> thank you. i now pronounce you to speaker of the house. >> thank you. [ cheers and applause ] >> thank you. >> thank
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Dec 19, 2014 12:00pm PST
spell out publicly what that response will be. up next, george clooney goes off on sony pictures as well, hollywood and the news media because he tried to get support from movie executives and nobody played ball. you'll hear his choice words for them and for kim jong-un. if yand you're talking toevere rheumyour rheumatologiste me, about a biologic... this is humira. this is humira helping to relieve my pain and protect my joints from further damage. this is humira giving me new perspective. doctors have been prescribing humira for ten years. humira works for many adults. it targets and helps to block a specific source of inflammation that contributes to ra symptoms. humira can lower your ability to fight infections, including tuberculosis. serious, sometimes fatal infections and cancers, including lymphoma, have happened, as have blood, liver, and nervous system problems, serious allergic reactions, and new or worsening heart failure. before treatment, get tested for tb. tell your doctor if you've been to areas where certain fungal infections are common, and if you've had tb, hepati
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Nov 18, 2016 11:00am PST
former press secretary for george w. bush. we love having you through, nice to see you. first of all from the trump perspective, do you think this is a head fake or a genuine interest? >> its may be a genuine interest to talk to him and do that olive branch reachout president for all people, but i'd be shocked if it's real interest. >> why? >> when someone excoriates you, it's not appropriate. they're not a good fit. why pretend? why try? i understand bygones will be bygones but this went too far. >> on the flip side, why would governor romney want to travel to new jersey to meet with donald trump? >> under the assumption he wants advice, he wants to hear my thinking which would be appropriate reaching out of president-elect trump. but to be considered for the cabinet? why would mitt romney want to serve after the things he said about president trump? . but if he's being considered for secretary of state? >> well, i can't imagine that. >> it's all bluster. >> there's a mischievous piece of me that says ted cruz came in for attorney general and then they announced somebody else. i wouldn't
CNN
May 21, 2015 11:00am PDT
searched several locations in prince george's county, maryland looking for mr. wint. information gained from interviews and new information in the past few hours, we have information we believe mr. wint is currently in the brooklyn new york area. >> the pizza crust that was found at this quadruple murder scene of a 10-year-old boy, his father his mother and their housekeeper is what has led these investigators to this man. all the victims were bound with duct tape. a source tells cnn the boy's body showed some of the worst signs of torture. with me now, cnn's deborah faryk. the authorities have been able to locate the suspect's girlfriend and talk to her. >> that's exactly right. it appears the murder suspect wint was in touch with his girlfriend may have been up in the brooklyn area. we're being told the girlfriend was picked up in the brooklyn area this morning. she's being questioned by authorities. according to two sources, the girlfriend told police that wint planned to turn himself in. to be clear, he remains a fugitive and there's no indication that he's made contact with
CNN
Dec 21, 2017 12:00pm PST
often wrong on things that he says. and george w. bush, after his first year, which 9/11, of course, happened that september, he had an 87% approval rating, george w. bush because he pulled the country together. he had the bull horn moment in new york. the corrosion of his presidency wasn't until the iraq war kind of drug on and on and on, so there may be poll envy here on steve bannon, his guy donald trump's at 35%. the worst rating of a president in american history since we started polling, 35 compared to bush's '87, and he's just kind of fuming about it. it's another complaint against the mainstream media by bannon. he does it almost daily. >> and brooke, i just want to point out that this is not the first time that bannon has said this, i actually covered a speech that he did in california a couple of months ago where he said, almost exactly the same words about george w. bush, and really used that to try to drive a wedge within the crowd, you know, making the case that, you know, we needed fresh blood. this was right after george w. bush's speech in new york where he was, you
CNN
Nov 17, 2016 11:00am PST
, president george herbert walker bush participating in his points of light conference in houston. i did that to make you feel at home in the office of tip o'neill tunnel surrounded by franklin roosevelt and john f. kennedy and george herbert walker bush. we had a respectful conversation as you all know, those of us who respect the service that we have in congress, respect the positions that our colleagues have and respect the people who have sent them here and that applies, of course, to the vice president and the president-elect so thank you mr. vice president for the opportunity to thoughts of my caucus, not just my own thought bus my caucus with the vice president-elect. mike. >> even better. leader pelosi, thank you for your hospitality. thank you for what i trust will be the first of many conversations. i'm grateful for the time you and i worked together when i served in this building and as i said before i've always found you to be a -- a worthy opponent and leader of the loyal opposition but i have great respect for you and your service to the country and i was pleased today
CNN
Sep 6, 2017 11:00am PDT
weeks, maybe months. cnn's george howell is there in san juan, puerto rico. tell us what you're seeing. we see wind, hear the rain. what is the vantage point from where you are? >> reporter: brianna, along the north shore of this island, which is the part of the island that will be impacted most, the north and the eastern parts of o it, but we are starting to see these conditions deteriorate and it's expected to get worse through the hour. let's talk about the different phases that we're expecting. so, the strong winds, of course, the rain, flooding, and then aftermath. as far as winds go, i just spoke with a meteorologist here at the national weather center, felix castro and he says that the island has already experienced an 86-mile-per-hour wind gust, keeping in mind that the eye wall of the storm will now be closer to puerto rico, so 30 miles off the north shore, he says, so it will be much more intense, given that the storm is closer, chekeeping in mind this a category 5 storm unlike anything that has been recorded in the atlantic ocean, the strongest storm for sure the isla
CNN
Jun 7, 2017 12:00pm PDT
. when i taklked to the hillary clinton people and bush people that dealt with him in the george w. bush administration, most of them came to the conclusion that he tends to spin things in dramatic public settings that make him look really good. does that mean he lies every time? of course not. does that mean that he spins situations to make himself look good, i think if he was a more honest person, there would be good and bad in this record and you never get that from jim comey. >> that is a very fair point and the fact that you are the lone person here -- >> we're not against you at all. >> i was told to come on so company talk about this. >> we value your voice. >> this is what we do for a living. >> i've known you for a long time. i know that's true. but the point is, that you said about comey and kind of his m.o., i mean, you go back to -- again, i'm not talking about the voracity of what he said but his style is very dramatic. that testimony that he gave back during the bush administration talking about the hospital bed moment and how he threatened to resign when he was deput
CNN
Jul 7, 2017 12:00pm PDT
george w. bush, have found is that at the end of the day, the united states and russia's strategic interests are too contradictory because of russia's alliances, partnerships, and strategic claims on the territory around it that it calls its near abroad. and what i see looming right up ahead in this theater of operations that trump is trying to secure partnership with putin on in syria is the fact that russia has a soft alliance and a nuclear partnership with iran. >> but let's throw the pictures up just quickly and here's my final question. we've been talking so much about substance. just body language of these two, respect, leaning in. back to your notion of putin's charm. do you think it's possible that president trump, given how long this meeting went, was charmed by this former kgb man? >> it looks like that trump -- and again, it's very hard to -- we're only speculating here. it looks like that trump has been somewhat charmed by putin, but i think, looking at the body language, less so than george w. bush was in his first few meetings with putin. >> interesting. interesting.
CNN
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
CNN
Sep 20, 2016 11:00am PDT
check on that next. >>> plus, wrap your head around this. a kennedy is now saying president george h.w. bush, a former republican president, father of a former republican president, will vote for hillary clinton. >>> and they're perhaps the most famous couple in the world, but the news today angelina jolie filing from divorce from brad pitt. what do we know? how about the why? we have that ahead. you know your heart loves megared omega-3s... but did you know your eyes, your brain, and your joints really love them too? introducing megared advanced 4in1... just one softgel delivers the omega-3 power of two regular fish oil pills... so give your body mega support with megared advanced 4in1. with megared advanced 4in1. if you have moderate to severe ulcerative colitis or crohn's, and your symptoms have left you with the same view, it may be time for a different perspective. if other treatments haven't worked well enough, ask your doctor about entyvio, the only biologic developed and approved just for uc and crohn's. entyvio works by focusing right in the gi-tract to help control damaging i
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Jan 12, 2017 12:00pm PST
. the $1 billion, did -- truly lose a bet. ? >> the paper reporting that george -- supporter of many progressive causes he expected for a bear market. expected a big market selloff, made a series of market trades anticipating a decline in markets as a result of a trump win and of course that paid off in a very bad way. according to the journal to a tune of a billion dollars lost because as we all know the markets have all been on a surge. the dow dropped drastically that evening and when donald trump gave his speech, they surged. so the journal says soro is personally out a billion dollars. i'm sure he's not the only one and because of a status of liberal causes i think some trump supporters really enjoying that story today. >> i'm sure they are clicking on that headline in glee. thank you very much. >>> the pictures here, waiting for this special sendoff that the president will give for the vice president. known for his sensitivity in loss and grief, and also his approach to anyone's malarkey. >> with all due respect, that's a bunch of malarkey. >> why so? >> because not a single th
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Apr 3, 2015 11:00am PDT
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Oct 20, 2016 12:00pm PDT
gore or george w. bush the election would be rigged. that's why so many republicans were so alarmed by this last night, brooke, i can't remember something that has set off john mccain as much, at least recently, as this. he said he conceded in 2008 because it was his duty as an american and we all remember that speech as gloria and i were talking about earlier. it was a gracious concession speech in every way. so this is one way donald trump got in his own way here in what was a pretty good debate for him. he was making his point, perhaps not enough to turn the tide but an entirely situation than 2,000. >> all right let me move off that and ab on women. how do you think donald trump did with women watching last night? >> well, i don't think -- first of all, he talked about the allegations against him as being debunked. they haven't been debunked. it's his word against theirs. he put them in the same collective group of people he doesn't "know" and i guess they've been paid or hired by the clinton campaign, that was his theory here or they want to be famous for 10 minutes and that's
CNN
Jun 7, 2017 11:00am PDT
david jolly and matt sclapp, former political director for george w. bush. so two republicans. matt sclapp, to you first, ambassador eisen said this is the equivalent of the nixon tapes. >> i like ambassador eisen very much. i understand that his politics are not my politics. i think it's way high betterype one man's account. we've all worked with jim comey during the bush years. he's a grandstander. he likes to be the honest man. he's going to play that role on thursday. the whole question about all of this is whether the fbi acted appropriately during the campaign season which is why this whole thing started. then we have the second set of facts about the potential collusion with russia. all of this has been decided by the trump administration to go to a special counsel. we are through the gate on what the fbi's role here is. we are now at the point where we have a special counsel and that is the appropriate place for this to be. we can all argue on the republican side who should have recused. it is where we are and all the facts are going to come out and the facts that matter are
CNN
Aug 22, 2014 11:00am PDT
. >> reporter: those are george howell reporting. for our viewers around the world, stay tuned for "news center." and for our viewers here in the united states, the ""newsroom"with brooke baldwin starts right now. >>> all right, don. thank you so much. hi, i'm brooke baldwin. thank you so much for joining me on this friday. we will take you to ferguson here momentarily. i want to just pause and go straight to the deputy national security adviser for president obama. this is a quote, unquote, white house briefing. not the white house. the president is on martha's vineyard. that's where this is taking place. they're addressing russia-ukraine right now. what we're listening for what the white house will say as far as isis is concerned. let's dip in. >> isis can only be defeated if a fight is taken in syria. is that -- does the president agree with that? and if so, how does he intend to undertake it, and would it mean a significant change in the mission against islamic state? >> we certainly agree any strategy to deal with the isil organization has to deal with both sides of the border, iraq
CNN
Jan 7, 2016 11:00am PST
>>> hello there, i'm brooke baldwin. you're watching cnn. we are live today at george mason university in fairfax, virginia, where hours from now president obama will face critics and supporters of his executive actions just this week on guns. it will happen during a town hall right here in this very bulding live tonight on cnn. but let me add this. both the nra and gun owners of america have declined cnn's invitation to take part tonight. we should also note that despite that, there will be many nra members and gun rights advocates in the audience. we'll make sure we get both sides during the show in just a moment. but first, breaking news from several parts around the world here. i want to begin in paris where schools there are on lockdown. shops are closed, streets are blocked off after what police are calling a new attempt at terror in a city already on edge. here's what we know. a man wielding a butcher knife with fake explosives strapped to his body tried to rush this police station. officers responded in a flash, shooting and killing this it unidentified man. here's w
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Nov 15, 2016 12:00pm PST
. >> here's a voice jumping in on all of this, former president george w. bush. this is what he told a group in dallas, here you go. >> i understand anger and some people might have been angry when i was president. [ laughter ] but anger shouldn't drive policy what needs to drive policy is what's best for the people who are angry. >> gloria, what do you make of that? >> i think what he's saying is you have to listen to the voters and he's saying what drives policy is trying to make angry voters feel less angry about their country and more a part of it. it's interesting coming from him because i think he is an adept politician and he's looking at where the votes were for donald trump and he is reading that like everyone else's which is these are people who not only felt disenfranchised but they felt the economy left them and their families behind and that those are the people you have to make sure feel like they're a part of this country again. >> but once bush 43 left the white house, he disappeared. what about obama? do you think he'll kind of go away? >> i think to some degree he will but
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Nov 21, 2014 12:00pm PST
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Nov 15, 2016 11:00am PST
this easier. and president obama looks fondly at what george bush and his team did for him after the 2008 election and despite the heartache in the west wing among obama's staff, despite obama's own misgivings about trump's readiness for office, they feel like their job now is to do whatever it takes even if it's to do what is above and beyond what they are expected to do to get him ready to walk into the oval office january 20. >> what we know is that vice president-elect mike pence is heading up the transition team, howard. we know he's been the executive of the state. he has capitol hill experience, house leadership experience. do you think it will be more of a pence pick situation or will trump be really heavy handed? >> trump's going to make the call. pence is playing perhaps a larger role than others but v but in the end of the day there's no question trump will make these choices. he 's the chief executive. he's going to look to his people to present options to him and then he's going to make the call based on a variety of factors experience, loyalty, everything everybody'
CNN
Sep 14, 2016 11:00am PDT
state department during a portion of the george w. bush administration has not endorsed trump, has not endorsed clinton, either, for that matter, has avoided public comments about his own party's nominee. behind the scenes it's a different story. in an e-mail obtained by d.c. leak, an organization affiliated with other recent hacks of high-profile figures, secretary powell is quoted as writing "trump is a national disgrace and an international pariah." one of his aides confirms the authenticity of that e-mail to cnn saying "the e-mails are accurate. no further comment at this time." so i have mike baker here, former cia covert operations officer. tim neftali, former director of the nixon presidential library and in moscow, cnn international correspondent matthew chance. so first to these two men sitting next to me. >> and, yes, we did coordinate our fashions and we're doing a dueling pianos show later. >> glad we can have a laugh in all of this, my purple men. tim, just on the politics of this. seeing the words "national disgrace and international pariah" from a man who served under a
CNN
May 22, 2015 11:00am PDT
person at all. he was a young man finding his way, a student at prince george's community college. he tried to get into the marines. he was patriotic. i've had many cases where the dna findings have been thrown out of court. we don't know who conducted this dna and how it was done. it needs to be scrutinized. why are the police letting out piecemeal, little bits of evidence in a chinese water torture method? they need to conduct themselves in court and not keep talking to the media, trying to brand this guy. >> well, that's what his former attorney says. let's talk about it with another attorney. join mega now, walter bainsley bainsley iii. de thanks for being with me. >> thank you. >> what's your reaction to what the former attorney of daron wint there just had to say? >> i think his point should be well taken. the law requires us to presume a suspect to be innocent. i don't see any need to rush to judgment. frankly, from the information i have there seems to be quite a few questions regarding the criminal culpability of mr. wint. seems like everybody should calm down a little bit, l
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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
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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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Mar 10, 2016 11:00am PST
president is. you can really say that george w. bush was responsible for the rise of barack obama. and you can really say that bill clinton was responsible for the election of george w. bush. what people are looking for quite frequently is all the way to the other side. this goes all the way back to john quincy adams and andrew jackson so i think president obama is just the latest. >> when you look at the state of the republican party, the tea party, more recently, i'm curious with that sort of revolution over last four, eight years, if that created an opening for someone such as donald trump. >> every presidential nominee is a reaction to the previous president. certainly the vacuum of strong relationship leadership created an opening for donald trump. the reason why many conservative people like donald trump is because they think he will do what obama said. then say, okay, we don't have a problem with executive action, we just want our guy to do it. when trump talks about a lot of strength, i'm going to do this, which i think is impossible, that's the reaction to president obama, hav
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Jan 23, 2017 12:00pm PST
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Jun 6, 2017 12:00pm PDT
. george w. bush liked doing it. bill clinton used to do it. i think it's an important part of the president's role and it's a way to break through some of these logics. >> john, is it a mistake that they started with health care? >> it's a problem that they started with this bill. they are having a very hard time nofg legislation through because it's an atrocious piece of legislation. it would eliminate 23 million people from health care across the country and it would sell policies that don't really cover important things, people that -- things that people think should be covered by insurance, like hospitalization and pregnancies. so i think it was a mistake to start with legislation like this. in order to make the affordable care act better and the insurance market stronger, they've been working to do that. mccain wrote a letter to the president early on this year saying just that. so i think it was a mistake to start the way that they started. >> but why don't you think there were any democrats in these meetings with the president? ze hasn't made an effort to reach out to democ
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Nov 11, 2016 11:00am PST
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Aug 15, 2016 11:00am PDT
george w. bush talking about how quickly you can move when you decide that you want to take action when it comes to a nuclear weapon and then to execute that he said it's built for speed and you hear joe biden speaking to that as well. there's this sense of laying out the case about why donald trump is not fit and then tying what he thinks and what he said about things to his impulsive nature and how big of a negative out come he says there could be because of that. this is something we're seeing hillary clinton hammer home and joe biden as well. >> springboarding off that, ed o'keefe. the line hillary clinton repeated today that they tweeted out today, these were trumps words from last november when he spoke in iowa about "i know more about isis than the generals do, believe me." >> yeah, it's a line that democrats have repeated -- repeatedly, frankly and one that works, as she was discussing all of this you can see how so offended and how much this bothers her to her core. wherever she talks about trump in her speeches that's the moment where she seems to be most genuinely eager to di
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May 29, 2017 11:00am PDT
nervousness felt by europe with george w. bush that perceived cowboy of foreign policy, but he remained committed to the ally relationships. how is president trump shifting the u.s.'s standing on a global stage president bush. >> we had our disagreements particularly of iraq. but at least he was on the spectrum. according to so many officials, donald trump is off the spectrum in terms of his relationship with europe. there are many reasons. there's trade. the germans have taken badly to the remarks about germany trade practices being very bad. there's the future of nato. his failure to mention the idea of defense to europe. and there's also a sense in europe that donald trump is not consistent in his policies. and merkel has had already one very awkward meeting with him at the white house where the famous handshake didn't happen is and i think there's an incomprehension as to where american policy going to go. i think others as well that europe needs to look to its own roots and interests and rebuild its sense of purpose. >> this week the white house is supposed to decide on th
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Oct 10, 2016 12:00pm PDT
. number one, i pay tremendous number of taxes. i absolutely used it. so did warren buffett, so did george soros, so did many of the other people that hillary is getting money from. >> buffett wasted no time responding issuing this statement, i'm quoting him, mr. trump says he knows more about taxes than any other human. he has not seen my income tax returns, but i am happy to give him the facts. i have paid federal income tax every year since 1944 when i was 13. though being a slow starter, i owed only $7 in tax that year. i have copies of all 72 of my returns and none uses a carry forward. paula monica is here with me, cnn money digital correspondent. if both of these men are billionaires, one consistently pays federal taxes. how does that work? >> well, warren buffett obviously -- significantly more than donald trump -- >> how many million? >> $65 billion is the most recent estimate. despite what trump may claim, he's definitely not going to say that. the issue here is warren buffett, like many millionaires, has been able to take deductions for charitable giving and for other reasons, b
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Jul 12, 2016 11:00am PDT
september the 11th, 2001, president george w. bush inspired all of us in speaking of how this nation has always responded to evil, with powerful courage and deep concern for one another. and so once again, we gather as one nation under god. yes, to grieve. but then to rise up and to continue to fight the good fight, to finish the race, and to keep the faith. ladies and gentlemen, it's my honor to welcome to the podium the 43rd president of the united states, part of our texas family, and a man who, along with his bride, laura, proudly call this community their home. president george w. bush. [ applause ] >> thank you all. thank you, senator. i, too, am really pleased that president obama and mrs. obama have come down to dallas. i also want to welcome vice president and mrs. biden. mr. mayor, chief brown, elected officials, members of the law enforcement community. today the nation grieves, but those of us who love dallas and call it home have had five deaths in the family. laura and i see members of law enforcement every day. we count them as our friends. and we know, like for every othe
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Nov 11, 2016 12:00pm PST
george w. bush, supported mr. trump. also with us today, he is back, grammy and oscar award winning hip-hop artist shea smith, also a chicago activist, and cnn political commentator and democratic strategist maria cardona. wonderful to see you all today and mr. sclapp, to you. on that about-face on twitter which sounded like a candidate trump to president-elect trump toned tweet, why didn't he just stick with the second one initially? >> you didn't get my policy? i'm not going to comment on any donald trump -- >> oh, yes, you are. oh, yes, you are. >> isn't that a smart policy? >> he is still on twitter and the rules have changed. the rules have changed. >> look, i think this was a very emotional and raw campaign. we all lived through it, the voters did as well. a lot of things were set, people are protesting because they're upset. i think these people are protesting because they thought it was in the bag, everything they watched said this is done. i have bet that has to be very, very disheartening. >> that's not why. >> but on trump the question was, you know, why didn't -- this wa
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Feb 16, 2017 12:00pm PST
biggest electoral margin since ronald reagan and in fact president obama got -- 332, george h. bush 426, why would -- >> no, i was just given that information. >> why should americans trust you when you accuse information they receive of being fake when you're providing nervous inform >> actually i've seen that information, but it was a substantial victory, do you agree with that? >> you're the president. >> peter's question is why should the public trust you when you're giving out the wrong information. >> and he says why should the american public trust you and that's what we keep coming back to on all these stories underlying issues of russia whether or not the statements add up or not. the president did have a substantial electoral victory. 306 is a big nursing hobut not high as president obama. if he's so focused on theco coverage he calls fake, he talked about the leaks he will have investigated, said they will find the leakers earlier this the day said they will pay a heavy price and says it will stop. i have a message for the president the leaks are not going to stop. there will
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Sep 26, 2017 11:00am PDT
start there. i have scott jones, special assistant to president george w. bush. great to have you on. >> you heard the president saying, why have you been so preoccupied? i find all of this disgraceful. taking a knee. >> the presidents can do more than one thing at the same time. it is conceivable that he wasn't distracted. his twitter feed would tell you something different. i thought it was in poor form to raise the question about the soldiers who have been injured, going to walter reed. >> why? >> first, a lot of d.r.e.a.m.ers are soldiers. no respect for them. he also did not joint the military himself because his foot hurt. i think that he's not the right person to go in and say, i care so much about the soldiers. he doesn't care about the soldiers. he missed the chance to become a soldier. more importantly, this is not about disrespectful the flag or the an they will. they aren't fighting for an anthem. fair fighting for freedom. the reality is taking a knee in sports is what do you when someone has been injured. i got kids who play soccer. somebody gets hurt in soccer, everybo
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May 18, 2016 11:00am PDT
kissinger is one of the great states person, like dean acheson or george shultz. i think trump did the right thing. on the point of message, what message this sort of sends, gayle, let me pivot back to you because we've been talking the last hour the breaking news that we know that donald trump has floated this list of 11 young conservative justices to replace antonin scalia which perhaps, too, could be, you can call it a stunt or truly mr. trump listening to republicans and conservatives and wanting him to coalesce behind him in order to be elected. what do you make of that move? >> well, i mean, you said the word pivot, right? it's the normalization of an insurgent candidate, and i think you see this started -- why a lot of people were talking about the foreign policy speech that was a few weeks back not named at foreign policy elites but convincing people he did listen, right, as dog was saying, to people with foreign policy experience, that he wasn't going to be unpredictable in ways he didn't want to be. he talks about a foreign policy of unpredictability but he wants to be se
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Jun 17, 2016 11:00am PDT
been seen much on the campaign trail this year, we'll talk some politics. george w. bush throwing himself back into the political ring. but he's not campaigning for donald trump. this story is coming up. >>> plus, with republican convention now just one month away, some gop strategists discussing creative ways, air quotes there, to cut donald trump loose. we'll tell you how. that's next. bag. before earning 1% cash back everywhere, every time. 2% back at grocery stores and now at wholesale clubs. and 3% back on gas. kenny used his bankamericard cash rewards credit card to join the wednesday night league. because he loves to play hoops. not jump through them. that's the excitement of rewarding connections. apply online or at a bank of america near you. be the you who doesn't cover your moderate to severe plaque psoriasis. be the you who shows up in that dress. who hugs a friend. who is done with treatments that don't give you clearer skin. be the you who controls your psoriasis with stelara® just 4 doses a year after 2 starter doses. stelara® may lower your ability to fight infec
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Nov 9, 2016 12:00pm PST
george p. bush is one of the bushs who got behind donald trump. >> mark preston, thank you. thank you so much for throwing that down. coming up, one of donald trump's biggest supporters was on the show, looked directly at that camera and told off the republicans who wouldn't support trump saying shame on you, you signed a pledge. what is he saying now? senator rick santorum joining me live. also ahead russia's vladimir putin with a very interesting message for trump after months and months of accusations. the two were very cozy. and democrats, mark preston mentioned this with a couple of names perhaps looking ahead to, say, 2020. who is the party's rising star now? and how deep is their bench in a world post-clinton. ? i'm brooke baldwin, we're in d.c., we'll be right back. there's nothing more important than your health. or the freedom to choose what doctor you want to see. so if you're on medicare, consider an aarp medicare supplement insurance plan, insured by unitedhealthcare insurance company. like any standardized medicare supplement plan, you'll be able to stay with the doc
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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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Nov 30, 2016 11:00am PST
george and we know trump loyalists have been called for gingrich and mike huckabee have been calling for mitt full-throated apology for what he said about trump in the past and so i think what's so significant is just after dinner what romney said, the note, he didn't say i'm sorry but he came close. >> it was an about face if you compare the way he was speaking about donald trump before. the question i would have for governor romney is what changed. >> right. >> so what's different? what he basically seemed like he was saying is that trump won and that's such a big accomplishment so he was able to do something that romney wasn't able to do. but how does that change the charges of him being a scam artist and fraud and all these other things. romney hasn't addressed that. i've talked to people closer to romney and they say romney is a patriot, he believes he could help trump and that's why he's doing this and he thinks it would be better to be by his side than not but it raises questions about what was governor romney said before true or not? >> betsy and kirsten and dylan and bakari,
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Oct 17, 2016 11:00am PDT
director for george bush. gentlemen, nice to have you back. matt, to this point -- why did i know this? >> you know i'm coming to you first. i also have to press you, because if you have trump saying -- and you just heard the secretary of ohio saying, it's not rigged, it's not rigged, but trump says it is, and that a smart argument to make three weeks out of election day? >> yes, i like the idea he's running against the media, brook, no offense. i think that's actually a smart tactic. by and large, most people in the country believe the media it's mainstream media tends to tilt a little bit left. sometimes there are worse episodes than others and i think he's smart to take them on. most republicans are scare audio. >> take the media out of it. i won't take offense. led me take the media out of it. >> it's not you. >> trump is saying it's the polling stations, it's the offices of the secretary of state, that's what's rigged. why do that? >> it's a tactic to try to get people to realize every vote matters and every person considering voting for donald trump. we know what's going on
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Sep 15, 2016 11:00am PDT
happened. it didn't happen under bush one in 2001 or 2003, it didn't happen under george w. bush, it didn't even happen under obama. so this isn't a bipartisan thing. tax cuts just haven't created growth in a big way in 20 years so i don't see these numbers as adding up. >> kathleen, you are advising him. she says that's unrealistic. >> i would respectfully disagree with you. and as a goal and a goal to which he wants his policies to hold him i think it's realistic. fnd and if you go back fartherer in u.s. history, tax cuts was the mechanism largely attributed to robust job creation under jfk, john kennedy, and other reagan. >> is it fair to use it as comparisons? that's going back mighty far. >> i think it is because free markets, low taxes, the free enterprise system works. >> if i could just jump in, demographics were completely different in the country back then. globalization was different, you didn't have the kind of head winds from technology-related job destruction. and if i can respectfully say, during the reagan administration, there may have been tax cuts, but there was a
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Nov 29, 2016 12:00pm PST
was that picture. used to serve as labor secretary under george w. bush. let's go to sunlen serfaty standing in front of trump tower in the rain. bless your heart. let's begin with a third face we have seen surface from within trump tower, former president dan quayle. what was that about? >> a lot of comings and going at trump tower. today no exception. we did just spot former vice president dan quayle walk into trump tower. and before we toss to some sound where he spoke with reporters briefly a few minutes ago we know that he did, indeed, have breakfast, a private breakfast meeting with vice president-elect mike pence and aides say this is one he leans on for advice and has been leaning on for advice in the last few weeks and potentially going forward. but it was eyebrow raising what he is doing at trump tower. here's what he said a few minutes ago. >> reporter: can you tell us how the meeting went? >> hang on one second. >> i was in the area and i stopped by to see the president-elect, to offer personal congratulations to him. i had talked to him recently on the phone. he's going
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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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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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from this man. this is the federal judge, james robart, appointed by president george w. bush. judge robart's ruling prompted president trump to send a fleury of tweets including this one, quoting the president, just cannot believe judge would put our country in such peril. if something happens blame him and court system. people pouring in. bad. he says. joining me aryan devogue. first, explain this to us. by this deadline at 6:00 tonight set for the by the d.o.j. what happens? >> it's important to remember that no court has ruled squarely on the legal merits. no court has said this is constitutional or it's not constitutional. so all you have got is that one dkt court judge who halted the executive order for now nationwide. that ruling is what's before the ninth circuit. the opponents have already gone to say that the executive order you this remain halted, it's unconstitutional, it favors one religion over another, it discriminates based on national origin. now by 6:00 p.m. tonight the department of justice is going to respond. and it's going to say why the order should be reinstat
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deadline. the halt came from this federal judge on friday, james robart appointed by george w. bush. robart's ruling prompting president trump to send a flurry of treats including this one, quote, this opinion of this so-called judge which essentially takes law enforcement away from our country is ridiculous and will be overturned. let's first go to our white house correspondent sarah murray. that was the president's tweet. how has the white house responded formally today. >> we are still waiting to hear any formal comment today. sean spicer is expected to gagwell reporters this afternoon. we may get more then. in the meantime the justice department has until 6:00 p.m. on the to file the government's legal argument why they believe this travel ban should resume. they are likely to take game that this judge dup have -- doesn't have the authority. that should give us a clear notion of how the government prance plans to push back on. that we are likely to hear from sean spicer before that. >> we'll look for the gaggle. sarah murray thank you very much. back hound on the judge who halte
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