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Dec 5, 2014 12:00pm PST
. we'll talk with one ferguson protester who attended that young man's funeral. >>> plus, george w. bush is among many conservatives questioning the grand jury's decision in the eric garner case. you'll hear from the former president ahead. in this accident... 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 we'll give you your first month's payment on us. and cialis for daily use helps you be ready anytime the moment is right. cialis is also the only daily ed tablet approved to treat symptoms of bph, like needing to go frequently. tell your doctor about all your medical conditions and medicines, and ask if your heart is healthy enough for sex. do not take cialis if you take nitrates for chest pain, as it may cause an unsafe drop in blood pressure. do not drink alcohol in excess. side effects may include headache, upset stomach, delayed backache or muscle ache. to avoid long term injury, get medical help right away for an ere
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Nov 28, 2014 11:00am PST
are not as familiar with this story let me set it up for you. here's george howell. he has surveillance video capturing how the moments before this boy was shot but i have to warn you it is graphic so could be tough for to you watch. here you go. >> reporter: this video was record on a security camera in a cleveland park and it shows tamir rice moving in and out of view. first we see rice pacing the sidewalk brandishing what looks to be a weapon. at one point even taking a two handed shooting stance. all the while police say he was being watched. >> the gentleman sitting in the gazebo is the gentleman that called into our dispatch center. >> reporter: here's the initial call into 911. >> i'm sitting in the park at west boulevard by the west boulevard rapid transit station. and there's a guy in here with a pistol and it's probably fake. >> reporter: the caller points out twice the gun is probably fake. >> the guy keeps pulling it in and out. it's probably fake but you know what he's scaring people. >> reporter: here's the clip why the man called 911. the object that looks li
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Apr 27, 2017 12:00pm PDT
that nets lapper the father of supply-side economics. george w. bush once called voodoo and so much in 1981 the balloon deficit ballooned. his theory, that cutting taxes will pay for itself as it would unleash economic growth, generating new revenue, a theory president trump is reviving in his new tax proposal. so the man who penned the napkin himself, arthur lather shaking his head at me. also with us, business analyst dylan rattigan. good to have you on. arthur, beginning with you. you served, in addition to all of that, as one of trump's top economic advisers and you were involved in the white house tax plan. explain why your theory would work great today. >> people don't work to pay taxes. it's the very incentive that motivates people to work harder and companies to move overseas rather than come back here and motivates business people to seek tax shelters rather than reporting their income honestly and fairly and when you have taxes as high as we have on corporate profits, which are the highest, and we have the fifth lowest revenues as a gdp, i think that tax is a perfect one t
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Oct 27, 2016 11:00am PDT
notice, we're coming in, we're coming in. you think general george patton would say we're coming in in three or four months, get ready? what a bunch. they're throwing people off buildings, thanking their victims from meat hooks, they're hanging their victims from meat hooks. the "new york post" just published reports about isis crushing children to death and burning adults alive. now hillary wants massive immigration from the most dangerous regions of the world [ boos ] where isis operates. including a 550% increase in syrian refugees over and above the thousands and thousands that president obama is taking. [ boos ] . we don't want isis in our country. the hillary refugee plan would leave us with generations of terrorism, radicalism, and extremism inside of our shores. i only want to admit people who will support this country and love its people. [ cheers and applause ] so important. keeping our families safe is the highest application of the president of the united states. a trump administration is going to suspend immigration from terror-prone regions and we will suspend the syri
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Oct 31, 2016 11:00am PDT
in mind, i believe, that james comey is the same person who stood up to george w. bush and refused to sign for the continuation of the nsa program that was violating our fourth amendment rights. so, either this man has -- is suddenly a different man, or in this very difficult political climate he's trying to thread the needle, in a controversial way, but he's trying to thread the needle to not to seem partisan. the person the dems should be angry at is anthony weiner. >> what a bizarre -- >> oh, my god. >> what a bizarre -- >> i know. >> what about trump, can he capitalize, he can stay on message? how can this really help him? >> reporter: well, your first question and your second question are directly related. can he capitalize? yes. can he stay on message? we'll know if he can capitalize if the answer is yes to whether he can stay on message. teleprompter trump, as i call him, the one who does stay on message, has been out there for the past few days. he has not been attacking fellow republicans, hasn't been attacking accusers, people who accuse him of sexual assault. he has been st
CNN
Nov 6, 2016 11:00am PST
white house, even though george w. bush won florida. hillary clinton and her team trying to make sure history does not repeat itself here in the granite state on tuesday, brooke. >> lost 7,211 votes and democrats were irked he did not spend more time in new hampshire so therefore hillary clinton is there today. another reason why hillary clinton is now returning to new hampshire is al gore and lessons learned from the past. gore only held one event in new hampshire in 2000, campaigning to become president and ended up losing the state of new hampshire. democrats are hoping that same mistake will not haunt them this go around. and with regard to the former vice president, he's said to stump for hillary clinton tomorrow in colorado, a state where clinton is in a close race with donald trump. to anna cabrera we go live in colorado. he was with her before in miami talking climate change and reaching out to millennials, learn from me, every vote matters. >> reporter: absolutely. he'll be here tomorrow in jefferson county. this is one of the state's bell weather counties. twice voted for ge
CNN
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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Oct 3, 2016 11:00am PDT
to hurt victims of sexual prediadations. >> former senior adviser to george w. bush and worked in the last three administrations. with me, alice stewart, political commentator and republican strategist. alice, let's get to it. i don't think there's any disputing, you know, you're a trump supporter. trump had a bad week. do you agree with this strategy of going after the clintons' marriage? >> no, no. i'm a republican. i'm going to vote for donald trump. but those who live in glass houses shouldn't throw stones. let's just say this is topic all together across the board should be taken off the table. we should focus on the issues the voters are concerned with. donald trump has plenty of positive strong suits he can be discussing. he can be talking about how his -- his vision for economic future is better than hers. he can talk about his strong stance on immigration and how he plans to -- >> but why, then, is his inner circle, i mean, it's a bit of a fraternity, it's a lot of fellows, why are they not telling him that? how would you advise these men who are advising him? >> well, to
CNN
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
CNN
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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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
CNN
Oct 3, 2016 12:00pm PDT
of all to say we haven't grown for eight years, we grew out of a massive hole george w. bush left in the economy and we've had a more sustained economy. i will leave that for another segment. hillary clinton needs to do two things. number one, keep preparing for debates because when she prepares for debates, it's amazing. bring out the popcorn. she's awesome on the debate stage. with regard to the millenials, she needs to -- she's saying all the right things but she needs more validaters. she needs to get a big surrogate surge going for the millenials in the swing states. she'll be just fine. >> van jones, governor gilmore, jeffrey toobin, thank you very much. >>> meantime, we have to focus on syria. breaking news in the war there as united states formally has suspended talks with russia. the white house saying its patience has run out. what does that mean for the people stuck in the war zone? a hospital bombed for the third time in less than a week. what's it like to be in good hands? like finding new ways to be taken care of. home, car, life insurance obviously, ohhh... but with ad
CNN
Nov 29, 2016 11:00am PST
george w. bush. as for the department of health and human services, the president-elect has nominated ardent obamacare critic tom price, a republican congressman from the state of georgia, congressman price is very tight with paul ryan, this is according to the house speaker himself. here is speaker ryan on local talk radio. >> what i'm excited about is tom price who is a very close friend of mine. tom price is one of the architects of replacing obamacare, of fixing health care. he's a surgeon, he knows how the law works and he's been the most passionate advocate for patient-centered health care reforms that i've seen in congress and i'm really excited he is now going to be the quarterback, the point person in the new administration on reforming health care. so that was speaker ryan and as donald trump is adding to his cabinet, he's also making headlines again for one of his tweets. this is what he wrote "nobody should be allowed to burn the american flag. if they do there must be consequences, perhaps loss of citizenship or a year in jail." mind you, two supreme court rulings protect
CNN
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
CNN
May 4, 2016 11:00am PDT
saw the stark difference between my husband's presidency and george w. bush who went back to trickle down economics which is also what donald trump is advocating, and then we saw barack obama have to rescue the economy from the failed economic policies of the republicans, so i'm more than happy to take that issue on, and i think that there is not only a lot of evidence on our side and certainly history on our side over the last 25 years, but any specifics that he has put out. he makes these grand statements and grand accusations. at some point when you're running for president you actually have to put a little meat on the bones. you've got to tell people what it is you're going to do and how he's going do it. >> does run a different kind of campaign than anyone else certainly on the gop side. he makes himself more available to reporters, calls in. is that something you'll do more of? >> he did it and it worked for him hand i think reporters now have a chance to ask some tougher questions. it's not enough to call in and give somebody a platform. it's now the time to make the t
CNN
Aug 9, 2016 11:00am PDT
george w. bush. they signed this letter denouncing trump and refusing to vote for him. but if you read trump's response, it is a couple of paragraphs. let me just read part of the middle graph. this is his rebuttal -- these insiders, along with hillary clinton, are the owners of the disastrous decisions to invade iraq, allow americans to die in benghazi, and they are the ones who allowed the rise of isis." angela rye, my question to you is, does donald trump have a point? i mean this is when people look at some of what he says and they say, he's right. >> no. i think that you can absolutely say that there are people -- i said this earlier. there are people who sign on to the letter that i don't agree with. i was on the committee on homeland security on the house side when secretary chertoff was over at the department of homeland security. i didn't agree with the orange, red, yellow levels and all of that. but that doesn't mean that these folks haven't laid partisanship aside and said, for the sake of the reputation of america's global reputation, we cannot have this man as our commande
CNN
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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Feb 12, 2016 11:00am PST
, it's not cruz's target in south carolina. so i don't know whether they work or not. >> george w. bush. on the trail, i believe monday. what version of 43, the folksy texan? >> i think he's going to try to play the role of party sage and brother. >> does he punch back at donald trump? >> i've got to believe this weekend some bush speech writer is going to come up with a very dismissive but clever line that he will hurl into donald's direction. i think it's wise to trot him out now. wouldn't have been in iowa, not new hampshire. >> why here? >> history with the bush family, it plays very well. i'm sure this is all calibrated that this would be the moment. >> yes, he's very -- overall, bush has a 77% popularity with republicans. but with the veterans community, with the military community, i guarantee you, it's higher. he's kind of funny, the way his brother isn't. i think people would like to see them interact and see how that goes. the downside is dynasty, you're reminding everybody you're part of this political dynasty. >> they'll worry about this later. this is a general electi
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Oct 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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Aug 17, 2016 11:00am PDT
sink and the fed and 20 other issues in. as you know, george bush cut taxes -- >> blame it on bush. >> -- please don't interrupt. cut taxes for high-income people and corporations more than they had ever been cut. donald trump is proposing to do that, times four. it is the george w. bush plan, times four, and as we have discussed, that did not work. that failed utterly. what has happened post financial crisis is we have had modest growth. it's been a struggle to get back and to recover from the worst recession of our life times. but we have done so. we have now come back with the longest string of private sector job growth in american history. longer even than under ronald reagan. so it has been more the tortoise and not the hare. any one year wasn't tremendously past, but by this point under george bush we were already in a recession. so we need something sustainable going forward and donald trump is not proposing any such thing. >> how -- i'm listening to both of you very carefully. i'm also sort of channeled the american who is listening. i don't know if they're pulling a little
CNN
Mar 16, 2016 11:00am PDT
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Nov 11, 2015 11:00am PST
. you still are important. >> mike elliot founded the group. he took former president george h.w. bush, also a veteran, sky diving multiple times for his birthdays. >> no one was aware not even the secret service was aware of it. you have a world leader in your hands and he trusts you to throw him out of an airplane. and when he told barb that he was jumping she walked up to me and said if you kill him, i will kill you. >> today elliot has teamed up with the national war plane museum in new york which owns whiskey 7. >> whiskey 7 has a soul. a spirit and you can feel it. >> last summer the plane returned to normandy for the 70th anniversary of d-day. whiskey 7 was the lead plane in the second wave of the invasion. to this day veteran pilots who flew this type of plane still come to visit and reminisce like it was yesterday. >> oh, it looks bigger than it used to. i never forget there was a front right between us. and it looked it front of me and it looks like a solid thunderstorm. so we headed straight into it. and you looked out and you had two disks of fire on each side. if you're in
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Aug 3, 2016 11:00am PDT
who was white house press secretary under george w. bush, ari fleischer, welcome to cnn. you just heard we played the sound of mike pence. we talk about lack of unification within the republican party on trump. i'm thinking is the ticket unified? you have trump not endorsing paul ryan and his own vp nominee saying, yes, strongly endorse. >> the key was the second part of what mike pence was he talked to donald trump this morning, he checked with trump and he said i want to endorse ryan and he got the go-ahead. it wasn't as if he said i'm 180 degrees opposite the boss on my ticket. >> but they're still not on the same page. >> but donald trump is a negotiator on everything. i think trump is comfortable saying you say that, i'm going to move the goal post. i want him to work to get my support. i can see him playing this game. it is not a big meaningful game because the american people are not going to vote on the basis of what politician did not endorse another politician. they're worried about other things. >> this isn't just another politician though. >> no, this is inside busines
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Nov 3, 2015 11:00am PST
republican party and he passed the torch on to matt slab, director for george w. bush. >> good to be with you and with my pal. >> feeling the love. this is good. >> it ends there. >> let's see where this goes. al, you have known marco rubio for years. jeb bush is your guy. when you look at the numbers today, the majority of americans say they will not vote for jeb bush. the poll was taken a day after the debate. that has to worry you. >> yeah, it's not been good. i bet you it won't be good for another ten days or so. we have another debate coming up in a week. if jeb performs as he's capable of, he'll change that narrative. these debates only last temporarily in terms of the bump. carly fiorina did a great job in the first debate. tripled her numbers like marco did after the last debate in new hampshire and now she's back to 3 or 4 points. so same with jeb. >> where's the jeb bump then? >> i think in a week we'll see it happen. jeb has the bhes infrastructure, lasting infrastructure. the only thing missing in this whole narrative is a good debate performance and he needs to do that. he kn
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Mar 14, 2016 11:00am PDT
george who is now turned 90, my father's brother, he and his brothers used to go to school in remade flour sacks. they didn't have anything. my uncle was really mad at me. if he's watching today, uncle george, if we're on television, i'm not saying that to embarrass you, i'm saying that because i want people to know how proud that i am, your nephew, of the fact you graduated from high school, went to college and became a guidance counselor for 39 years, helping kids get their lives. and you built yourself up. and how proud i am that your my uncle and that it happened in america. so i didn't -- we didn't talk a lot about this. i found out my mother is one of four. two brothers and a sister. my cousin told me the other day that my mother was the only one to have graduated from high school and the other three, she didn't think even got beyond the eighth grade. you see, folks, all of my career, those folks, my family, the place where i grew up, in mckees rocks, all blue collar, all democrat. when the wind blew the wrong way, people found themselves out of work. and i could see it as a ki
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Aug 23, 2016 11:00am PDT
another 2005, what happened with george w. bush after katrina, the flyover rather than an actual ground visit. criticism from some residents has been pretty vocal, too little, too late. the president should have cut his trip short. it should be underscored the governor of louisiana asked for some time before the president showed up so he would not be distracted by operations on the ground. by and large, we think people would rather not focus on politics here. they're too busy cleaning up their homes. a block down here in livingston pari parish, perhaps the hardest hit area of the nine parishes. you have tens of thousands of homes. an estimated 60,000 homes. i think that's on the low end. you'll probably see that estimate increase. i know we have talked about this over the course of the last week. our cnn teams have been here. there's 13 people killed by this flood. but when you talk to the first responders and those that are helping out residents, that really does not speak to just how vast and wide the scope of the damage was here. you have nine parishes affected by this all together,
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Mar 7, 2016 11:00am PST
george mcgovern for the democrats in 1972. and those also ended badly for those parties. >> so then looking at the current state of play, the current state of politics now, knowing the history as well as you do, what about this seems different? >> well, this is kind of unusual, because the objections to mr. trump who is the likely nominee at this point are really different from some of the others. it's not a single issue that divides the republican party the way slavery did at one time for democrats or -- and trump is not someone on let's say the right fringe of his party the way goldwater was or the way mcgovern was on left of the party. it's much more that he's not really trusted. he's not seen as a real republican. as someone who's reliable, committed to the party's principles and who would be a safe choice. you know, it's the objections are somewhat different from those that other candidates face. >> so then if we were to play the what if game and the what if, let's take it a step further that not only donald trump gets the nomination, he wins the white house and you have this c
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Feb 8, 2016 11:00am PST
former new york governor, george pataki, dropped out of the race for president in december. governor, thank you for coming through. >> thank you. good being with you. >> marco rubio is your guy. >> he's my guy. >> despite what happened saturday night on that stage? >> i don't think it's as bad as the media makes it out to be. he was focused on the fact we need to win the next election because the democrats, not just barack obama but hillary and sanders are trying to fundamentally transform america. they're trying to make us dependent on governor instead of our own abilities. that's not what senator rubio believes. >> but what chris christie was point out, boy in the bubble, canned speeches, talking points. doesn't he have a point? >> marco rubio has an outstanding record of leadership. he did a tremendous job in the vast majority of debates. i believe he's going to be the next president of the united states. the american people want someone who will keep us safe. that's marco rubio. they want someone who isn't an insider in washington but can get things done. he did defunding the oba
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Jan 21, 2016 11:00am PST
when george w. bush was president. >> my son, like so many others, they come back a bit different. they come back hardened. they come back wondering if there's that respect for what it is that their fellow soldiers and airmen and every other member of the military so sack officially have given to this country. and that starts from that. the question, though, that comes from our own president where they have to look at him and wonder do you know what we go through? do you know what we're trying to do to secure america? >> today white house press secretary said u domestic violence, addiction are quote, not a joke. joining me is matthew miller, chief policy officer for the iraq and afghanistan veterans of america. matthew, great to see you. >> good to be here with you, brooke. >> first out of the gate, you saw sarah palin and heard her message. your reaction? >> brooke, veterans issues should not be left right or center. ter america's issues. i think the governor missed an opportunity on about three levels by politicizing post-traumatic stress disorder. she missed an opportunity to u
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Jun 9, 2016 11:00am PDT
really -- so that in and of itself is interesting because republican candidates didn't want george bush near them. al gore didn't want bill clinton campaigning with him. that's another kind of notable thing about obama's endorsement. another thing that's going to be really interesting and i should have mentioned this before is how obama tries to take it to trump. these are two -- someone he enjoys sparring with, someone he enjoys going after so that on the campaign trail is going to be something to watch for. >> a lot of us remember, david gergen, you remember, as well, the whole birther issue that donald trump had raised against president obama and then once president obama released the birth certificate showing, confirming he was born in hawaii, he had fun with donald trump at the white house correspondents' association dinner when he, obviously, ridiculed him. >> well, that's absolutely right. but i think it's very clear that barack obama's come to hate donald trump. to treat him with disdain. because he feels he's so far out of the mainstream, so far out of the group of people
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Mar 4, 2016 11:00am PST
that clip, author of "george h.w. bush," professor at nyu, the title goes on. >> titles. >> titles, shitles, it matters. you know your stuff. we're talking about the past. had some of this come out about kennedy, could that have changed the future? >> there's no -- first -- the first thing is the press, the media handled their business differently now than they did in 1960. in 1960, there were people out there who were saying that john f. kennedy had affairs. the press didn't cover it at all. the press felt that your private life was none of your business. these days we talk about the size of people's hands. then they wouldn't talk about his affairs. secondly, nobody, nobody followed up on what came out in the convention about kennedy's illness. it was lyndon johnson. lyndon johnson who was senate majority leader, lyndon johnson thought he was going to win in 1960. in the '60 campaign the primaries didn't matter as much. john f. kennedy went into the primaries to show the bosses of the democratic party that he was a winner and that he should be taken seriously. but you couldn't win
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