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Nov 10, 2016 12:00pm PST
he yes tos a lot to george w. bush's for making that transition as easy as possible for him and, you know, again i think that the healing of the differences of the country is something that is going to have to happen. it's going to have to take a long time but right now these two men have something very important and urgent in front of them. >> appreciated president-elect trump saying "i thought this would last 15 minutes and it lasted 90 minutes." that has to be a good sign. i'm wondering beyond chatting in the oval, did president obama give him a tour? do we know any more about the visit? >> we don't have specific details and i suspect we'll see those in the coming hours. probably not as much as we would like. but one thing is donald trump said he expected to be talking to him several more times before he takes office. and you have to wonder what exactly -- what was the conversation. did president obama say listen i understand you want to get rid of obamacare, here are some things that could be fixed on obamacare. gloria was talking about this last hour did he give him the advice o
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Jun 5, 2017 12:00pm PDT
george who tweeted something. you had a breitbart staffer fired for a tweet. we have had some journalists recently fired for tweets. i think we cannot underestimate what twitter is doing to politics right now. it really is the modern day statement. and you cannot dismiss it as social media. it is the way you communicate today. >> since you brought up kellyanne conway's husband had, who was up for a justice department position, withdrew his nomination, he tweeted out this. they may make people feel better, but it won't help the office get five votes in the supreme court. sad. from a legal view here, could trump's tweets impact this executive order? this travel ban? >> it's a good question. i can only imagine the level of exasperation among the president's lawyers at the justice department. which he directs and where they serve. he is making an increasingly already difficult case increasingly difficult to defend. lawyers sometimes have defiant unruly clients who are their own worst enemies, but it has to be special to have their worst enemy the president of the united states. >>
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Jan 8, 2015 11:00am PST
threats of attack. the firebombing of charlie hebdo emboldened them to be more provocative. georges wolinski's daughter put out a statement. and our next guest joins us live from paris. welcome. >> thank you very much. >> i am very sorry for your colleagues who you have lost. i understand you knew several of them. i want to ask you about them. first i understand you were friends with the mother who apparently was threatened and had returned with her child according to reports and was with her child when she was threatened to type in this code. have you been in touch with her? how is she doing? >> actually i guess that she's in the first one that i could have access because i only have her number and as soon as i heard about this terrible problem, i just called her and she couldn't talk very well and i just asked if she's okay. that's the only question i could ask. that's all. that's all. and then i seen the name of my friend among the artists who had been killed. >> i understand you knew them. can you tell me about them? >> the last time we were together was in september of 2014. we
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 14, 2017 12:00pm PDT
the kkk taking them up. don't come to mel and tell me what it means. i fought every day inned george w. bush white house -- >> i asked you a question. calm down. >> i won't calm down. i will not be attacked about my blackness because i happen to be a republican -- >> i didn't -- paris, you are going off the rails here. >> gentlemen -- >> you're obviously very sensitive and defensive. >> keith, you better watch your mouth. >> keith and paris, please, please, come -- >> i will not be disrespected. >> you can disrespect the african-americans. >> hang on, hang on, hang on, please. >> give me a minute. guy irs you don't represent them at all. >> you're their spokes american. >> i want to bring joe in. paris, please, sir. >> good for you, paris. >> denouncing david duke like he did in march. >> after he was forced to do it. >> he want forced to do it. >> it took him two days -- >> take that conversation, have it off camera. i would like a substantive conversation -- >> he better watch about how he talk about mess. >> paris, shut been, please. for god's sake -- >> you're going to tell mess
CNN
Feb 16, 2016 11:00am PST
? >> well, donald trump was already measuring himself against george w. bush earlier this morning. he made a pit stop at this fixture for presidential candidates here in south carolina, brooke. maybe you've heard of it before. it's tommy's country ham house. i've been there before. the ham's pretty good. donald trump was there earlier this morning. he made the remark he's getting a better response there than george w. bush. so there you go, another dig at the bush family. this comes after george w. bush was reminiscing about his time at tommy's country ham house back when he was running for president. at one point, as you remember in that speech last night, it was kind of amazing to see george w. bush speaking again in a campaign rally, saying the strongest person in the world isn't always the loudest person in the room. i think this will be very telling which way donald trump goes during this rally. does he go after george bush? does he continue to go after bush and the bush family? or does he continue to be what appears to be a pivot, to going back to his attacks at ted cruz. we heard th
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
CNN
Apr 25, 2017 12:00pm PDT
george w. bush's white house and angela rye, former executive director of the congressional black caucus. good to have both of you back on. we just want to steer this into their roles in the white house. paris, my question to you, it is a mystery what ivanka trump is doing in the white house. forgive me. president trump is sitting around with some farmers there at the white house. >> and things are turning around. i know they are turning around for you folks. i just want to welcome you very much to the white house special place, america's farmers and ranchers. i especially want to congratulation secretary now -- i can say secretary sunny perdue who was just sworn in as the secretary of agriculture and and sworn in by justice thomas. it was a beautiful ceremony and we're going to celebrate later and that's great. a good vote, too. >> yes, sir. >> you didn't have a 51-49. he had a very big vote. i thank justice thomas, great man, great person. we appreciate it. america's farming tradition stretches back to its earliest days. farmers put down roots from coast to coast. they feed not
CNN
Jan 18, 2018 11:00am PST
below china and only just above russia. below the ratings of george w. bush, who was one of the most unpopular presidents internationally. but i think what it tells us, broadly speaking, brooke, is that america first comes at a price. and when you pull out of the transpacific partnership, when you pull out of the paris climate agreement, when you call into question the future of nafta, you call into question the future of nato, that scares a lot of countries. and there are many different people and global leaders across the world who are thinking to themselves, hold on a second. can we count on the u.s.? it doesn't necessarily mean that they have some personal issue with president donald trump or even a personal issue with some of his policies. but i think what you're seeing is a shift away from an understanding that the u.s. is the defacto leader of the free world, that it's a kind of beacon of stability in turbulent times and you're seeing all these countries now looking elsewhere for their trade agreements, for their security agreements. ultimately, brooke, that can hurt the u.s.
CNN
Oct 11, 2016 12:00pm PDT
dealing with. >> well, george will -- >> one of the things was he started to lose, right? it was one thing to stick by a donald trump when he seemed to be close in those polls as he was before that first debate but when you started to see that performance, the first debate and him slip behind in the polls it made sense for these republicans to jump ship. i also think there's so much positioning for 2020 right now and part of that positioning has to do with how you handle donald trump. you fast forward to 2020. even if donald trump wins, you can still see a slew of republicans and many of the same republicans that have already run in this go round run again. you could see another field of 12 to 15 people who need to figure out what their political identity is vis-a-vis donald trump. >> wondering if ted cruz was like, ugh, if i just waited one more week! >> good timing. >> well, george will wrote a terrific column in the "washington post." >> great piece. >> and george will is a conservative, he's left the republican party as a result -- he left the day after paul ryan endorsed donald
CNN
Aug 17, 2017 11:00am PDT
, i think, to equate, as he has, robert e. lee with george washington when he said, well, if you take down robert e. lee's statue, are you going to take down george washington's statue, his version of history and his understanding of history may well be wanting. you know, i don't know what the president read or didn't read or how he looks at history, you know, and people interpret history differently. but i think what corker is saying and a lot of people are saying is, you don't understand what this nation has become and who we are today, and yet, you are the leader of all the people in this country. >> he is indeed. he is indeed. he's the 45th president of the united states. we're going to talk much more about senator corker's comments, about the president's tweets. back with our breaking news, though, of a terror attack in though, of a terror attack in barcelona, spain. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> we can now sadly report that at least 13 people have been killed and more than 50 others are hurt. we do have some video, and we're just going to play you just a short c
CNN
Aug 8, 2017 12:00pm PDT
president george w. bush, and she's the director for china and korea at the national security council. she was under president obama. so, a huge welcome to both of you. but david, i mean, you're the expert here on this nonproliferation and talking about these nukes. i mean, when you hear that this is now happened, years in the making, now happened, reportedly, how worrisome is this? >> well, it's certainly not a good thing. but again, the north koreans have been telling us that they're moving in this direction as early as last year. as mentioned previously, the north koreans had a photo op with kim jong un early in 2016, showing kim jong un standing in front of an implosion device that was intended for being mated with an icbm and then their last nuclear test, they did use words to indicate that they had possibly tested that design. so it's certainly something that's worrisome, but it's not out of the blue. >> so, laura, how do you see it? i mean, so much over the years, north korea, it's been bluster and rhetoric. yes, they've been testing a lot of these icbms, but do you see them using i
CNN
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
CNN
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
CNN
Jul 13, 2017 11:00am PDT
favorite, alice. it's like abe lincoln on top of george washington. yonder. get your favorites on top of your favorites. only at applebee's. >>> so far, the trump family is standing by donald trump jr. his father, the president, praised his son for being transparent about the russian lawyer meeting. that meeting just landed trump junior on the cover of "time" magazine, and not in a good way. here it is. coverline reads, "red handed, the russia scandal hits home." don junior joins a list of covers that have likely not gone over so well with the president, although he has repeatedly bragged about how many times he's been on the magazine's cover. >> so a reporter for "time" magazine, and i have been on their cover like 14 or 15 times. i think we have the all-time record in the history of "time" magazine, like if tom brady's on the cover, it's one time because he won the super bowl or something, right? i've been on it for 15 times this year. i don't think that's a record, mike, that can ever be broken, do you agree with that? what do you think? >> with me now, michael dantonio, cnn co
CNN
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
CNN
Jan 30, 2017 11:00am PST
did not see that with president obama. you didn't see that with president george w. bush. sean spicer tried to say no, that's not -- you know, he was saying george w. bush didn't have it in his statement. abbey phillips of the "washington post" pointed out actually he did. talk about this, this back and forth. the white house says i wasn't an oversight. what's going on here? >> again, sean spicer throughout this press conference effectively tried to downgrade anybody's concerns about what concerned, whether it was on the immigration order or steve bannon being appointed as a principle to the national security council or whether it's this holocaust memo. the holocaust memo was found to be quite offensive by manyi jewish group, including the republican you jewish coalition. and people have spoken write forth rightly about it. i know that sean spicer believes there is no reason that they feel this way, but they do. and he didn't quite acknowledge that they did feel this way. he called the outcry pathetic. but the fact that jews were not mentioned is something that many people took
CNN
Jul 21, 2014 11:00am PDT
. paula hancocks, thank you so much for joig showing us the vi and these tunnels. >>> president george w. bush once said he looked in russian vladimir putin's eyes and saw his soul. famously uttered those words. vice president joe biden did the same thing, sort. he saw something chilling and different as far as vladimir putin's soul is concerned. ahead, we will talk to congressman peter king about that and whether the airlines shootdown is a game-changer for relations with russia. >>> and ukraine's president has ripped apart the rebels over their antics at the crash site and their alleged staffaging. his first sfwinterview here at . ♪ (train horn) vo: wherever our trains go, the economy comes to life. norfolk southern. one line, infinite possibilities. and our luggage was immediately... taken to... stolen from... our room. the hotel manager was clearly behind it. he was such a... kind man. con man. my husband wanted to... hug him. strangle him. and to this day we're still in contact with... the manager. the police. i wish we could do that vacation all over again. don't just visit paris
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Jan 8, 2016 11:00am PST
moment here live on cnn. this town hall space at george mason university. i want to get immediate reaction from some of the folks here in the audience and who got to ask questions of the president of the united states. let's ask. >> you were the very first question. >> your message of hope is something i agree with. it's great. i think that by creating new laws, you do give people hope. the thing is that the laws that we create don't stop these horrific things from happening, right? that's a very tough pill to swallow. e we want to think that we can make a lot of people follow it. by. the nature of their crime, they are not following it. >> were you satisfied with the president's answer? >> i think that unfortunately a lot of this isn't time to get deeper into issues, but there's more i wanted to say and would like to ask him to not use executive order and go through the due process and all of that. i think there's a very tactful way to answer all of the good questions that were here tonight without fully answering them. he got. close sometimes, but i also think there are some thi
CNN
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
Jul 4, 2017 11:00am PDT
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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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Nov 23, 2017 12:00pm PST
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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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Sep 9, 2016 11:00am PDT
george w. bush. general david petraeus who of course ousted cia director who also was in charge at one point of forces in afghanistan and well beyond. so these are very big names. this is being billed as a working session, so they're trying to figure out solutions to problems. that's basically how this is being billed. the problem of course is isis and combating isis abroad, but also keeping americans safe at home. >> what about pivoting to putin and trump's embrace of putin. how has the clinton campaign responded to this? >> reporter: hillary clinton tackled this yesterday. she said it was scary and unpatriotic. then tim kaine sort of made the rounds on television today and he was saying that he was shocked. he found it shocking that mike pence -- who you know frequently has broken with his presidential candidate, donald trump. yet on this issue of putin, he really backed him up. so you had tim kaine taking aim at him for that. he said how is it leadership if there's persecution of the lgbt community, if there is running the economy into the ground or invading countries. and it seems
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Apr 21, 2016 11:00am PDT
us to hear. but he -- you know, it's funny. i was interviewing george clinton one time and i said, you know, you are the father of funk. who do you think is funk? he said, prince is the funkiest ugh ugh i ever met. so, you know, this is really difficult because we weren't prepared. you know? >> no. >> and there's so much, you know, denial going on on social media. but again, i think the thing that is so profound -- because we have had lots of profound artists, you know, michael jackson, stevie wonder but this idea of how he made spirituality and sex coexist and made us deal with it and the biggest things in so many people's lives. he unearthed it and put it in your face and funky and fabulous and you had to deal, you had to deal. and yeah. >> i'm almost speechless just even talking about it. when a privilege for you to be able to just share, you know, the same oxygen with this man for so many years. chris rock's tweet, say it isn't so. boy george, today's the worst day ever. prince rip. i'm crying. you know, spike lee, i miss my brother. prince was a funny cat. great sense of humo
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Jul 25, 2014 11:00am PDT
position she has taken as she points out that president obama has taken in some ways george w. bush took certainly, his father took, which was that continued settlement activity by the israeli government, particularly outside of the well defined areas where there are already settlements is a terrible signal to send the palestinians. it makes the palestinians wonder are they ever get ago state. she pointed out that this is a major obstacle to a two state solution and to peace. obviously there are others. she was very clear. i thought more tough and direct about it than i heard her before. she said this is my main problem with this israeli government. >> earlier this week madeleine albright was talking to wolf blitzer and the word she used describing israel was overdoing, that they were overdoing it, which made headlines. is that fair? >> look, i think it is a tough call. and if we were in that situation, it is difficult to know how we would react. the israeli view is they pay about the same price in terms of all of us condemning them, if they do 70% of the job or if they do 95% of the job
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Dec 28, 2016 12:00pm PST
. position that israeli settlements are illegal under international law. ronald reagan, george w. bush, i'm just citing republicans. but both democratic and republican administrations have done two things, one, they have all worked very hard for arab-israeli peace, especially israeli palestinian peace. each administration had its initials but at the same time each american administration has considered israeli settlements as an obstacle to peace so what we saw last week at the united nations security council was nothing new. >> well, other than the u.s. deciding not to veto the resolution. >> even that is not new because in 1980, i can just cite one of several united nations council resolutions, resolution 471, the united states stained against a very strongly-worded anti-israeli settlement resolution. that was in 1980. there have been other resolutions. so there has been nothing new in the united states abstaining from a resolution on settlements. i think it's the current context -- >> certainly new under the obama administration. >> yes, exactly. and as you said this is a war of ward
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Dec 21, 2016 12:00pm PST
effort -- will be criticized relentlessly. remember, george w. bush, barack obama, both of them told their family members that they could not be involved in such a charitable function because of that concern that it could be perceived as something untoward and especially as donald trump is relying on his sons for advi advice, donald trump jr. question know was involved in the selection of the interior department department secretary nominee ryan zinke, the congressman from montana. so there is still some efforts that the trump team needs to take to clear up any conflicts of interest that may arise from their public and private lives. >> so is that sort of a blurred lines situation there, bob cusack? somebody reminded me today that during the bill clinton administration -- and i want you to fill in the blanks -- some people were invited and i read the slate article and it listed however many hundred people during their time slept in the lincoln bedroom and some of those people donated to the clintons, might have helped with hillary clinton, apparently even president clinton personally
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Jul 14, 2017 12:00pm PDT
or george w. bush talking about al gore six months into his administration? but, you know, donald trump is all about one thing, winning and losing. that's how he defines everything in life. what's clearly bothering him is the suggestion that somehow his victory was illegitimate, that so you because of the russian involvement that he really wasn't a legitimate winner of the election and, therefore, not a legitimate president, that he didn't actually win. and that seems to be really bothering him, and it provokes this constant return to hillary clinton. i have great respect for hillary clinton, but i don't know anybody who talks about hillary clinton more than donald trump. >> i want to ask you about your special tonight, "the axe files." talk to activist john lewis. you have a powerful relationship with him. he relives a violent experience that he lived firsthand. let's all watch. >> through those earphones is a depiction of the scene that you faced when you sat there. i want to ask you to sit down, put those headphones on and let's talk when you're done. >> okay. >> if you don't g
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Dec 18, 2015 11:00am PST
to ruin the auto industry. it's been boom over the last couple years. acid rain, when george h.w. bush instituted a system to charge for the me i guesses causing acid rain, people said that's going to ruin business and. it turned out it was smoother, faster, quicker, better and acid rain, folks who were born -- some may not remember it anymore because it got. involved. and there's no reason why the same won't happen here. now do i think there's going to be a lot of noise and campaigning next year about how we're going to stop paris in its tracks, there will be a lot of noise about that. two years from now, three years from now even republican members of congress are going to say that's a smart thing to do, i don't think they will. keep in mind, right now the american republican party is the only major party that i can think of in the advanced world that effectively denies climate change. it's an outliar. many of the key items to this deal, the architects o of this deal come from center right governments. even the far right parties in had these countries may not like immigrants, b
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Dec 11, 2015 11:00am PST
in 1972 with george mcgovern. you saw it in 1980 with ronald reagan where he brought in religious voters and brought in urban voters who were part of a new deal coalition. so it's very possible that what we're seeing in donald trump is a new change in the complex and the character of the republican party, bringing in new voters, and maximizing kind of the white working class voters who have always been a part. but a neglected part of the republican coalition. if that happens then the party of reagan and george w. bush will probably cease to exist as we know it. after this election. >> which is what is making a lot of establishment republicans shake. matthew, thank you so much with the washington free beacon editor in chief. thank you. and a reminder as we mentioned the big debate in vegas four days away. it is tuesday, december 15th. 6:00 and 8:30 p.m. right here on cnn >>> coming up next we have to show you these pictures here. these divers, fbi, what they just found in the water where investigators have been looking for evidence connected to the killers, that terrorist couple in
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Nov 20, 2015 11:00am PST
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Jul 14, 2016 11:00am PDT
infamous interview with george stephanopoulos when the governor was maybe not the most eloquent response when he was trying to defend the state's religious freedom law. wondering how he would do on a debate stage. is there anything about him that should give donald trump pause? >> so he did have this disastrous interview with george stephanopoulosus freedom law wad last year. mike pence has a lot of history appearing before the media. his role in congress was to represent the republican caucus on the networks and he was on network tv quite often. but, that stephanopoulos interview, he was not well prepared, he did not handle hard questions in a good way. he had a deer in the headlight look throughout that interview. so that could give donald trump some pause. indications here in the pence camp and among others who are republican insiders in the state is that all indications are mike pence will be the pick tomorrow, but we're talking about donald trump so caution is always in order. >> okay. that said, barry bennett is ao with us, former trump advisor. barry, knowing trump, knowi
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Oct 22, 2015 11:00am PDT
served to nato appointed by george w. bush. she served as one of the advisers as a foreign service officer delegated to the white house for vice president cheney. she served as a spokesperson for the state department during my tenure and she is currently the assistant secretary for europe under secretary kerry. >> she wrote this to the ambassador on june 13th, 2012, a week after the facility was attacked. it is only a handful of days after he was turned down on a specific request for more security. chris, i know you have your hands full, bewe would like your advice about public messages on the state of violence in libya over the past ten days. so she's asking him for help with public message iing. jake sullivan, which is the other half of the question we didn't get to. i understand chris stevens was a rule follower. i understand that. i have no qualms. my question was actually not why chris stevens didn't contact you, but why did jake vul van send chris stevens an e-mail to read and react to on the day after the facility was attacked, the same day he was denied for a question for s
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Dec 14, 2015 11:00am PST
. george w. bush said he did not like cruz. we'll speak with someone who covered cruz his entire career. why some call him a genius. >>> plus from the theater to the substance, we will give you the top four things to watch for during tomorrow night's debate. you're watching cnn's special live coverage, we'll be right back. if you struggle with type 2 diabetes you're certainly not alone. fortunately, many have found a different kind of medicine that lowers blood sugar. imagine what it would be like to love your numbers. discover once-daily invokana®. it's the #1 prescribed in the newest class of medicines that work with the kidneys to lower a1c. invokana® is used along with diet and exercise to significantly lower blood sugar in adults with type 2 diabetes. it's a once-daily pill that works around the clock. here's how: the kidneys allow sugar to be absorbed back into the body. invokana® reduces the amount of sugar allowed back in and sends some sugar out through the process of urination. and while it's not for weight loss, it may help you lose weight. invokana® can cause important s
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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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Dec 15, 2015 11:00am PST
the main stage. he's been doing pretty well in new hampshire. the last cnn debate he credited george w. bush for doing the right thing after the 9/11 terror attacks. >> you do not need to go through subtle diplomacy at that point. that can be handled later on. what you need is a strong american leader who will take the steps that are necessary to protect our nation. that's what i would do as commander in chief in this circumstance and that's what president george w. bush did in 2001. >> if we're talking national security tonight, this is a man who has a lot of experience to draw on. >> this is just what jeff was talking about. what has been a fascinating thing to watch, if you go back to the summer when nobody was paying attention to chris christie and he was doing his constant town halls in new hampshire, he was talking about these issues. and now the issue landscape has shifted in his direction so he didn't have to sort of catch up to this. this has been a big part of his message all along. that's a very lucky, i say politically lucky thing for a candidate. obviously a terrible thi
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Jan 25, 2016 11:00am PST
consistent. he said very similar things about these issues during the bush administration, george w. bush administration that he now says during the obama administration. at one point, i asked him, who do you think is more responsible for what he describes as the decline of america. he gives me a pretty specific answer. >> it's a good tease. >> yeah. >> it's a good tease, wolf blitzer, thank you very much. >> we're going to run the interview at 5:00 and 6:00 in "the situation room." >> thank you very much, wolf blitzer with the donald trump interview today. again, "situation room," 5:00 eastern here on cnn. >>> meantime, let me tell you about someone who is more affluent than donald trump. he's even held office. as michael bloomberg considers a possible run, we'll speak live with a member of the mayor's inner circle on that. >>> a manhunt is under way for these three inmates considered very dangerous. managed to pull off a stunning escape, involving a fight as a distraction, bed sheets tied together to rappel off the roof, tunnels. all part of this jailbreak. >>> and washington, d.c
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Aug 24, 2016 11:00am PDT
of his primary support. ned ryan, ceo of american majority and former residential writer for george b. bush and trump supporter. lisa booth, contributor for "the washington examiner." bakari sellers, cnn commentator and clinton supporter. bakari, i've got to begin with you here. on hillary clinton an this ap story, is she trying to run down the clock? is this a self-inflicted error that she could have avoided? >> no. i think the error actually is on the part of the ap. what we saw was click bait journalism. we saw shoddy reporting at best. you had 85 out of i believe 170 individuals who they say were private citizens but she had over 17,000 meetings. these 85 donors were less than 1% of the 7,000 donors that have actually given to the clinton foundation. and furthermore, when you look at some of these people you are talking about nobel prize winners. talking about bill gates and his wife. i mean you are reducing these people -- >> these are folks she could have met with as secretary of state. why didn't they go through those channels versus donating money and to borrow donald trump's
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Mar 18, 2016 11:00am PDT
leave the republican party forever. >> wow. let me turn to the author of george h.w. bush, the american president series, tim naptale, professor at nyu. also, a.b. stoddard, associate editor of the hill. and cnn political commentator amanda carpenter who used to serve as communications director for senator cruz. happy friday. a.b., let me begin you with here on this whole notion of the unity ticket. at this the meeting behind closed doors, apparently this unit ticket would be ted cruz and john kasich. what is the logic of how these two could actually stop trump? >> well, look, i don't think that they can win more delegates than donald trump going forward, but they might be able to stop him from reaching 1,237 before the convention. they're already in a kind of unity ticket because they're not criticizing each other. you hear cruz say he's the only one who can stop trump but they're not attacking each other because they know they're better off with each other in the race. they'll amass more delegates combined than if one of them it was try to go against trump and they'll make it more pos
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