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Jun 24, 2011 5:00pm PDT
that you ever did? >> i did some fun things with my ex-husband as well. we went to george harrison's estate and played -- harrison and my ex-husband played tennis and my kids got to go through the -- that was pretty amazing and nice. >> are you a tennis fan? >> yes. >> i would imagine john didn't like to lose to anybody? >> not anybody. not even pac-man. he was giving a lesson to ben that was grown. i think going around the world and meeting the people we've met and -- >> who was the most impressive person you've met? who left the biggest impression on you? >> so far, i honestly would have to say oprah, like i'm not kidding, in terms of just giving me the biggest life change or moment of -- for me, tatum, maybe different from my dad. i also was obsessed in the '70s with rod stewart and the faces. >> really? >> did you and rod ever -- >> never. >> you are his type. >> yeah. no. i swear to god, he didn't do anything to me. he didn't even try. >> really? >> i think i was -- >> listen, when i saw him with the faces, it was 1975 and that was when rob wood -- so he wouldn't have gone that
Jul 5, 2011 8:00pm EDT
to be ruled that way. the anthonys immediately below me, george and cindy, they bolted out of that room. they were not going to stay. but they released a statement later to say they were relieved by the way things had turned out and they asked to be left alone. this was really a moment where not a summation but a courtroom felt this at the exact same time. >> martin, thank you for that. in the courtroom analysis, what was going on. how did the jury come to a not guilty verdict? and should it have been such a surprise? we have assembled our own legal team to talk about the trial. rikki klieman, top-flight former prosecutor and tv host. jeffrey toobin, cnn legal analyst in from los angeles. tom mesereau, defense attorney best known for representing michael jackson. welcome. let me tell you folks watching if you ever need a lawyer, call one of these three. they are the best. >> not me. >> all right. >> i'd love to try a case with tom, though, i have to say. >> rikki, let me start with you. were you surprised? if not, what did the prosecution do wrong and why didn't it answer the quest
Jul 7, 2011 5:00pm PDT
still win? >> it could be very hard. you've got to remember what happened to george h.w. bush when he was running for re-election back in '92. and he accepted tax increases over the anger of the base, and he lost some of that base, some of the base stayed home and he lost to bill clinton. he lost the election over it. it so could be quite possible that if the democratic got really angry, it's too late to put up a candidate against obama in the primaries, but they could get them to stay home. i think the president is counting on, if you cut it enough, the financial markets will be so happy, the economy will start getting some momentum, we'll get the unemployment rate down, and overall things will be better. and by the way, he think it's the right thing to do, to get these big cuts, it is the right thing to do for the country. but the question was not just getting the cuts, but what's the balance within the deal. >> and i must say, and we're about out of time here, but it seems like one of the things i'm struck by that in a practical sense, what's happening is people are simply running
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