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Apr 16, 2016 12:00pm PDT
george clooney. and to discuss all that is going on today, tara setmayer joining us, a conservative made it pretty clear she's not a fan of donald trump. also with me is jeffrey lord, a donald trump fan sashgs porter, who worked for the reagan white house at one time. should be an interesting discussion. >> making it more than perfectly clear, hillary has. >> exactly. >> but i am a fan of jeffrey lord. >> so. >> that's good. maybe a civil discussion. so, tara, start with you, here, because donald trump holds a massive lead in the polls as we see, but he's clearly, you know -- focusing on new york right now, and he's been trashing, though, this delegate system that we've seen play out in wyoming today. colorado last weekend. do you think that his argument will gain traction, particularly if he wins the new york primary? >> i think it gains traction with his supporters. i don't think it gains traction with people who are outside of his, his core group. so -- you know, i think it's also, if you're -- you know, to attack the process is a rather weak argument. he didn't have a problem with th
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Feb 13, 2016 12:00pm PST
words, and placing the blame squarely on the west. also ahead, former president george w. bush about to hit the trail for his brother in south carolina. could the former president really shake up this race and help boost jeb bush to the top? is that possible? >>> and pope francis on a major trip in motion comexico, a mess and solidarity. how he is hoping to reach the drug cartel and also what he told our reporter. back in a moment. ♪ ♪ those who define sophistication stand out. those who dare to redefine it stand apart. the all-new lexus rx and rx hybrid. never has luxury been this expressive. this is the pursuit of perfection. (two text tones) now? (text tone) excuse me. (phone tone) again? be right back. always running to the bathroom because your bladder is calling the shots? (text tone) you may have oab. enough of this. we're going to the doctor. take charge and ask your doctor about myrbetriq. that's myr-be-triq, the first and only treatment... ...in its class for oab symptoms of urgency... ...frequency, and leakage. myrbetriq (mirabegron) may increase blood pressure. tell y
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Dec 3, 2016 1:00pm PST
under president george w. bush. thank you for being with me. >> my pleasure. >> you said ambassador, last night to my colleague you see this phone call as quote winging it. kellyanne conway on trump's team says it is anything but. she says trump is well aware of what u.s. policy has been and she said he has been fully briefed. does this phone call suggest to you and the readouts we have from both parties that he wasn't fully briefed? >> look, the u.s./china relationship since 1979 has been guided by two elements. one is one china policy that is all official contacts especially at our president's level or in any kind of official context, they need to be done with beijing, with the people's republic of china. the other is the taiwan relation pact and what that does is set out the types of contacts we'll have with taiwan, especially and including arms control sales. so that's how we have done it for some 40 years. that's how ronald reagan did it, bill clinton, that's how everybody has done it until yesterday. >> we know this is not a president-elect or a president like any other. right
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Feb 4, 2017 2:00pm PST
in on the legal battle over the president's travel ban. take a listen to what he told abc's george stephanopoulos. >> i don't think it does. i think the american people are very accustomed to this president speaking his mind and speaking very straight with them. it's very frustrating when, when scholars on the left and the right, people as distinguished as jonathan turley of george washington university have said while he doesn't agree with the executive order, he recognizes the president has the full authority to put the security of the homeland first in determining who comes into this country. and a sitting judge actually suspend that order across the country -- >> "so-called judge"? >> that was in response to george stephanopoulos, asking the vice president if he took issue at all with the president tweeting today "so-called judge" questioning the legitimacy of the federal judge who handed down that decision. let's talk with david gergen who advised four presidents. george stephanopoulos got right to the point. is it problematic in the eyes of the vice president, that the presid
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Nov 8, 2015 3:00pm PST
being with me. this hour, george h.w. bush will take the stawill -- george bush will take the stage and make some comments made by his father. he slams two of the most notable figures from his son's, donald rumsfeld. watch. >> i accept your nom nag for president. >> this is george herber walker bush unleashed hp sharing thoughts from his time in office to his family. >> this admin is not going to rest. >> to his son's presidency. >> he handed over four years of diaries in the white house with in strings attached. >> and he said to you, call them like you see them. you're gonna sort it out. >> among the many revelations bush 41 is bluntry critical of the men who served his son in the white house. he calls dick cheney iron ass and former secretary of defense donald rumsfeld an air gapt fellow. but perhaps the biggest surprise, bush is critical of his own son for his hot rhetoric. >> we've never heard him criticize his son before as president. why do you think he went public now? >> i think with the distance of history, he believes so strongly in the fact that force and diplomacy have to b
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Apr 26, 2015 1:00pm PDT
by my colleague, ynn international anchor george powell. george you were covering the earthquake overnight and then odd viewer dan patricks send you a message through twitter and this is what it says. it reads that george howl cnn, thank you for the amazing coverage that you kept us all calm all day until now. we have found our son. so he was really worried. and but that particular tweet stood out. we get a lot of tweets all the time but this one really connected with you. >> you know i'm incredibly flattered. talking about dan patrick, just flattered but the job is simply to get that information out and that's what we did. we went into that mode to you know basically breaking news mode for the next many many hours. and this is a situation where we are hearing about a person who is able to find his son. we are talking about more than 2,000 people i have read who were killed. so this is good news. it is nice to hear from someone who succeeded in getting across. >> and dan patrick is actually with us now. so dan patrick, you're with us. i know you were very worried, coming to us fr
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Apr 19, 2015 12:00pm PDT
different from how things rolled out for prince george? >> well actually, it has already been very different, simply from the fact that the press has not been allowed to congregate outside the hospital in the same fashion that they did for prince george. last time around july 1st hit and the first camera people showed up and then the media sort of got panicky and everybody showed up. need long wait that became known as the great kate wait. this time around the hospital said we are not standing for that because of course it is an operating hospital. it is a private wing. people paid a lot of money to be in that hospital. so we have been told that once kate is as midded, that's when the first members of the media are allowed to start showing up their places have been allocated already. then it depends on how things unfold. last time kate was estimated to be in labor around ten hours. she and william allowed themselves a couple of hours privately with prince george before the announcement was made. so really once she has been admitted to the hospital it could be a long waiting game. >
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Nov 13, 2016 3:00pm PST
strategist. he liked the priebus pick. what about president george w. bush chief of staff. what does he think? thank you for being with me. >> good to be with you. thank you very much. this is an exciting day for reince priebus. >> i know you like the pick and that donald trump did this early. >> i'm glad that he did it. i felt strongly he should name a chief of staff among the first, if not the first person he would announce on his team so the chief of staff can help this building the team that will serve the president especially the team in the white house. also in terms of helping coordinate what the cabinet would look like. reince has a phenomenal record as a party leader. he's earned great respect on both sides of the aisle. he clearly, i think, deserves a bulk of the credit for donald trump succeeding. i don't think we would have won wisconsin without reince priebus. >> take us into that seat, literally having a seat next to the leader of the free world, having his ear, advising him day in, day out in the middle of the night. what will the next few days be like? >> he hasn't accep
CNN
May 1, 2016 2:00pm PDT
around the state. george w. bush was protested when he campaigned there's some people here that protest ted cruz and john kasich. and frankly there were over 6500 people signed up on facebook to protest this weekend. there weren't even a thousand. i'm from california. i have seen a lot of protests. i thought it was a pretty weak one, frankly. >> so you're saying this is to be expected. you want to play for you one of the first things trump said when e he took the stage at that convention. >> i was crossing the border but i got here. >> senator, he said hundreds of people were protesting the immigration policies right outside. you say the protests are to be expected. when trump says things like this, honestly, is he making your job of bringing new people to the republican party more difficult? >> i'm not going to comment on the candidates. the delegates thought he was joking. it was only after that they got a chance to see the video a that they knew he was telling the truth. let me tell you what the protesters did. the protesters really energized the delegates to our convention.
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May 7, 2016 1:00pm PDT
generals. you think general george patton was interviewed? we are going to strike the enemy from the front. two and a half days later we will strike them back here. on may 29th we are going to drop some bombs. the meantime the enemy turns out to be ten times tougher than we thought because they know our plan. we have to be unpredictable folks. we have to be unpredictable. it is so sad. i can just imagine guys like general george patton, general mcarthur, the great generals we have had over the years. they are spinning in their graves, you know. a little while ago president obama announced he is sending 50 men to iraq. he is sending 200 men. does a news conference. we are sending 50 men to iraq/syria. guess what? the number is so small, only 50. but these are really elite people. here is the problem. when you do that they have a target on their back. they have a target on their back. those people are being hunted right now. send thisem if you want to send them but keep your mouth shut. don't talk. politicians, they are all talk, no action. i guarantee you bobby knight would not be tal
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Jun 4, 2016 2:00pm PDT
decade younger and undefeated world heavyweight championship, george foreman. you see him there back when he had hair. ali was not favored to win. some said he was already washed up. ali was defiant, as you'd expect, spewing his famous and at times poetic trash talk on the eve before that fight. >> meet the big, strong bully that knocks everybody out, that everybody's afraid of, england can't produce nothing to beat george foreman. africa can't produce nothing to beat george foreman. japan, china, no country, but old muhammad ali. >> as cnn's david mckenzie reports, ali did not just win his title back in the rumble in the jungle, but he won over the hearts of the american people. >> reporter: celeb recognitions, politician -- celebrities, politicians, and regular people around the world are sending in tributes to onmuhammad ali toda. he shares a deep connection to africa and the rumble in the jungle, considered by many to be one of the greatest sporting events of all time. he fought george foreman in the early morning hours in front of 60,000 delirious congolese fans and a worldwide
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Oct 17, 2015 1:00pm PDT
george bush's watch. let's look at that interview. when you talk about george bush, say what you want, the world trade center came down during his time. if you look -- >> hold on. you can't blame george bush for that. >> well, he was president, okay? don't blame him or blame him, he was president. the world trade center came down during his reign. >> jeb bush fired back, tweeting, "how pathetic for donald trump to criticize the president for 9/11. we were attacked and my brother kept us safe." chris, anything more from trump on this today? >> you know, nothing more yet, poppy. and this is becoming part of a pattern. it seems, you know, for once, trump doesn't have much to say. and i want to show you how he handled questions after a campaign rally last night. we saw a bit of that. let's see a little bit more about how m.j. lee pressed trump on this point. >> reporter: mr. trump, can you clarify? duke th do you think that 9/11 was president bush's fault? >> media -- okay -- >> -- twitter that your comments about 9/11 were -- >> hey! >> why don't you want to comment about the 9/11 commen
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Feb 14, 2016 2:00pm PST
. if you remember, there were problems that came forward with some of george bush 43s nominees. this is political in nature. this is going to be. >> they got up or down votes. that's the difference, right? >> he had to withdrawal a name before the up or down vote. >> that goes backing to the reagan years. >> what i'm saying iswhenyou look at this process this is going to be one where both sides are trying to fight for an advantage on the supreme court. i think republicans can go to their constituents and can say i'm fighting for the next person to apoint the court. if i'm wrong and they are wrong, they are going to lose their seats at the senate level. that means democrats will control the senate. i don't think that is happening. a lot of voters want to wait it out. and see who the next president of the united states of america is and let them decide whoit will be. this is a battle that democrats and republicans in situation, if it was a democrat they would be saying the same thing. if it is republican they would have done the same thing. this is where we are right now. i don't thin
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May 9, 2015 12:00pm PDT
learn more. george johnson can not fly. he can not see through doors. his speed, anything but superhuman. but when it comes to health care options, george found helpful information and resources at aarphealth.com this makes him feel unstoppable. well, almost unstoppable. discover real possibilities at aarphealth.com today and tomorrow take on the world. >>> a particularly violent and deadly day in iraq today. that is the sound of car bomb exploding right in central baghdad killing four people wounding more than 25 others. this happened right here a crowd of shiite iraqi residents. they were getting ready for a traditional pilgrimage. in just the past few moments we saw that isis has claimed responsibility for that bomb. elsewhere in iraq a few dozen prisoners, some of them hardened terror suspects are,000 free after isis militants stormed a prison and killed five guards and set prisoners free. nick payton walsh is following it all from beirut. >> reporter: differing accounts of what happened at the jail on the out skirts of background. it clearly is a quite complex operation.
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Jul 31, 2016 2:00pm PDT
nothing. and no one. >> donald trump reacted in an interview that aired this morning with george stephanopoulus on abc. let's listen. >> how would you answer that father, what sacrifice have you made for the country? >> i think i have made lots of sacrifices, i have worked very, very hard, i have created tens of thousands of jobs. >> those are sacrifices? >> oh, sure, i think they are sag faces, when i can employ thousands and thousands of people, take care of their health care and everything, i was responsible for getting the vietnam memorial built in downtown manhattan, to this day people thank me for. i have raised millions of dollars for the vets, i'm helping the vets a lot. >> so this back and forth between a war hero's father and the republican billona o billio running for president. khizer khan sent a strong message to mitch mcconnell and house speaker paul ryan. >> i want his family to counsel him, teach him some empathy, he will be a better person if he could become. but he is a black soul. and this is totally unfit for the leadership of this beautiful country. two thing
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Apr 30, 2016 12:00pm PDT
tree. i learned that my ten times great grandmother is george washington's aunt. within a few days i went from knowing almost nothing to holy crow, i'm related to george washington. this is my cousin george. discover your story. start searching for free now at ancestry.com >>> ohio governor and presidential hopeful john kasich getting into a testy exchange about his stance on discrimination and marriage equality. in a town hall in california he was asked repeatedly by a san francisco resident whether or not he thought that people were born gay. this is what he said. >> well, sir, i believe in tradition aal marriage, and i went to a gay wedding and a buddy of mine just went and got marry and my wife and i went to the wedding, and it is great and fine, but i won't go for some confrontation on that. >> are you believing that people are born gay? >> i won't get into the analysis of this or that. >> and it is not an analysis are people born gay. >> you know, sir, probably. i mean i don't know how it all works, okay. i peen, look, if are they? in all probably they are. okay. >> do they d
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Sep 25, 2016 2:00pm PDT
george h.w. bush, not really in it, and disconnected from everyday americans. then there is the moment he checked his watch for the time. everyone remembers that. >> absolutely. >> he didn't say a word. >> didn't say a word. >> how much is it about body language? we know donald trump is very -- >> it's hard to predict whether it is words or gestures, but i do think more often than not, the key moment to the debates are more about revealing your humanity, kind of a look underneath the personality. more than the policy con froncatifro -- confrontations. are you better off than 1980. >> right. >> candidates reveal something about who they are in a way that voters haven't seen before. certainly, when george h.w. bush checked his watch in the '92 debate, it underscored the clinton narrative, that he was out of energy, narratives and time. >> al gore walked over the george w. bush, approached him on the side -- >> in 2000. >> 1984, ronald reagan versus walter moter mandale. >> i will not make age an issue. i am not going to exploit for political purposes my opponent's youth and inexpe
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Apr 3, 2016 3:00pm PDT
would rather have a beer with. that's what we heard about george w. bush and look what we got. >> and by the way, it's not my opinion. it's the opinion of 2.5 million more votes that she's getting in the democratic primary. >> maderimarie, a bill, i can't believe you're agreeing on something. i'll leave it at the agreement. thank you both. we appreciate it. have a great week. >>> ahead, a big contest in wednesday which is on tuesda wisconsin on tuesday. you can get all day coverage, we'll be right here on cnn. >>> coming up next, a very important story. transgender people in north carolina say there is a new law that makes it legal to discriminate against them. >> everybody is the same. and we're all fighting for the same thing. we all just want to be accepted, we want to know that we owon't e discriminated against. >> a live report ahead. >>> welcome back. the lgbt community and many businesses in north carolina are putting pressure on state lawmakers right now to reverse a new law, a law that prevents cities from passing their own lgbt ordinances. also a firestorm brewing ri
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Apr 16, 2016 2:00pm PDT
, hillary clinton is in los angeles where she will attend a fund-raiser, hosted by the actor, george clooney. some tickets went for six figures. bernie sanders keeping up a hectic schedule has an event in brooklyn tonight, hours after meeting with pope francis at the vatican. >>> i want to begin out west where we are awaiting results for the republican delegates in wyoming. a contest that had ted cruz and donald trump launching attacks at one another today. >> after he talked about new york values, talked about it in such a disgusting way, who in new york would vote for this guy? and who in new york would vote for the other guy who is in favor of nafta. again, i'm sorry, folks. you only got trump. that's all you have. you have to have it, okay? >> now it is easy to talk about making america great again, you can even print that on a baseball cap. but the real question is do you understand the principles and values that made america great in the first place. >> cnn's ana cabrera is in casper, wyoming. we were supposed to hear wyoming results by now, it is taking longer than expected. w
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Oct 18, 2015 2:00pm PDT
brother, president george w. bush, was partly to blame for the 9/11 attacks. bush's message trump is an actor playing the role of a candidate running for president. and he said he would not want trump to have access to the nuclear code. >> what are you objecting to about mr. trump's remarks about 9/11 and your brother? >> look, my brother responded to a crisis, and he did it as you would hope a president would do. he united the country, he organized our country and he kept is safe. and there's no denying that. the great majority of americans believe that. i don't know why he keeps bringing this up. it doesn't show that he's a serious person as it relates to being commander in chief and being the architect of a foreign policy. across the spectrum of foreign policy mr. trump talks about things as though he's still on "the "the apprentice." talking about isis should take out assad, and then russia should take out isis. we're under grave threats again. and i think we need a president with a steady hand. >> to play devil's advocate, do you think it's at all possible that your loyalty t
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Apr 17, 2016 2:00pm PDT
. and the protest was while clinton was heading to a fund-raiser at george clooney's home. this is an issue that donald trump might try to exploit. how donald trump might use hillary clinton's fund-raising as a weapon, up next. the economy is growing, with creative new business incentives, the lowest taxes in decades, and new infrastructure for a new generation attracting the talent and companies of tomorrow. like in rochester, with world-class botox. and in buffalo, where medicine meets the future. let us help grow your company's tomorrow - today - at business.ny.gov ♪ ♪ only those who dare drive the world forward. introducing the first-ever cadillac ct6. everhas a number.olicy but not every insurance company understands the life behind it. for those who've served and the families that have supported them, we offer our best service in return. usaa. we know what it means to serve. get an insurance quote and see why 92% of our members plan to stay for life. mary buys a little lamb. one of millions of orders on this company's servers. accessible by thousands of suppliers and employe
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Jun 11, 2016 12:00pm PDT
they said the same thing. ronald reagan won it twice and then his heir, george h.w. bush won it a third time. it hasn't been won since. i would suggest donald trump is the first republican nominee since 1988, that has a real considerable chance of carrying pennsylvania. he's in exactly the right place today in pittsburgh, western pennsylvan pennsylvania, where the state is a bit more conservative. he'll be coming back here to where i live in harrisburg, central pennsylvania, and what we call in pennsylvania the "t" which goes from the middle of pennsylvania straight up to the new york border and left and right over to erie and wilkes-barre scranton. i'm sure he'll be doing that and hitting those suburban counties in philadelphia. traditionally, republicans become more moderate in recent years. i think certainly he'll be targeting that as well. it's a battle. there's no question about it. >> now we have another factor at play here, jeffrey lord. that's president obama campaigning on behalf of hillary clinton. >> right. >> he did well in 2012 in white counties, particularly in ohio,
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Aug 6, 2016 12:00pm PDT
nearly 100,000 votes in florida. republican george bush won by 537 votes. just 537. an out come that decided the election. ralph nader joins me live in a few moments. if you think so-called fringe candidates don't make a difference, think again. randi kaye reports. >>> no third party candidate has ever reached the oval office, but that doesn't mean they didn't have a hand in who did. teddy roosevelt left the republican party, and ran on the progressive party or bull moose ticket. roosevelt split the republican vote with william howard taft. it likely cost taft the presidency, handing the oval office to democrat woodrow wilson, instead. fast forward to 1968, another third party candidate shook things up. this time, george wallace. >> wallace has the courage to stand up for america, give him your support. >> the former governor of alabama was considered a segregationist democratic, opposing civil rights and fueling fear in america. >> a sad day in our country that you can't walk in your neighborhoods at night or even in the daytime. >> wallace ran on the ticket for the american indepen
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Mar 14, 2015 4:00pm PDT
about the imnegligent arrival of another grandchild number two after prince george, of course. he enjoys on getting on his knees and getting down with the young kids likes having them around. there's been some reporting here he doesn't see enough of prince george and the middletons see a lot of prince george, but when i spoke to him, there's no sense of that at all. they seem very close. >> our lineup begins tonight with max's exclusive spotlight "charles and camilla." i'm poppy harlow. see you back here tomorrow. >>> he's the next king of great britain. she'll be there by his side. charles and camilla. unguarded
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Oct 17, 2015 2:00pm PDT
like people that weren't captured, okay? >> well, trump spoke about president george w. bush and the 9/11 terror attacks in an interview with bloomberg. watch. >> when you talk about george bush, i mean, say what you want, the world trade center came down during his time. if you look -- >> hold on. you can't blame george bush for that. >> well, he was president, okay? don't blame him or don't blame him, but he was president. the world trade center came down during his reign. >> after that, jeb bush fired back, tweeting, how pathetic for donald trump to criticize the president for 9/11. we were attacked and my brother kept us safe. cnn's chris frates in washington with more on what happened next. >> you know, poppy, he hasn't had anything to say today, and that's becoming part of a pattern. for once, you know, trump has been pretty quiet. here's how he handled questions from our own m.j. lee after a campaign rally last night. >> don't you want to comment about the 9/11 comment, sir? mr. trump, can we get reaction to jeb bush about your 9/11 comment, please? >> 9/11 comments? >> sir, wou
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Feb 21, 2016 3:00pm PST
commentator and political appointee in the george w. bush white house and corporate law attorney who you advise, sir, clients on this exact issue of privacy. we heard from trump. we heard from rubio in laurie's piece just ahead of you. here's what some of the other republican presidential candidates have said about this fight. >> we should have done more to prevent that attack, but after the fact we ought to use every tool we can. >> right now we're faced with tremendous threats and individuals, radical, jihadists, who want to destroy us. >> all right. in addition, john kasich told the press quote i don't think it's an example of government overreach to say we had terrorists here on our soil and we've got to understand more detail about who they may have been communicating with. you do not think apple should comply. you think that government will abuse this information if they get too much? walk me through that. >> okay. certainly we hear that the government should use every tool. but there are two issues with that. first we have that concern that there is no tool because apple hasn't cr
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Apr 23, 2016 12:00pm PDT
about the most adorable photos ever. some have seen this online. the 2-year-old prince george meeting president obama wearing a white robe. must have been past his bedtime. right? >> reporter: it was past his bedtime. according to the spokesperson for will and kate, the duke and duchess of cambridge. prince george as allowed to stay up 15 minutes past his bedtime in order to meet the president of the united states. so a really cute moment that was captured with those pictures, and he may have inspired others, maybe some future, i don't know, halloween costumes. >> i would think so. special occasion there. athena jones, thank you so much for that. >>> and coming up, anti-trump forces make a new and expensive play to stop the republican front-runner. that's as donald trump responds to criticism of his changing tone. >> so cruz picks it up, lyin' ted. he goes, donald trump is kidding everybody. he's different on the trail. he said -- and he said that he's going to do things differently, and he's not going to build the wall. what the hell does this have to do with the wall? believe me, i'
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Nov 20, 2016 3:00pm PST
terms of how we organize the mission that exists. rich. >> earlier this year george w. bush warned he would be the last republican president. now republicans have won the white house, controlled the house and senate, two-thirds of state legislatures, 34 governorships and charges of a shallow democratic bench behind you. are you worried you could be the last democratic president for a while? your predecessor made sure to offer no public criticism of you during your time of office. will you equally with hold criticism for president trump even if he attempts to dismantle much of what you have accomplished? thank you. >> no, i'm not worried about being the last democratic president. not even for a while. i say that not being cute. the democratic nominee won the popular vote. obviously, this is an extremely competitive race and i would expect that future races will be expected as well. i certainly think it's true that politics in america right now are a little up for grabs. some of the old alignments within both parties, democrat and republican are being reshaped. although the results of t
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Jun 6, 2015 1:00pm PDT
noise financial noise financial noise financial noise george johnson can not fly. he can not see through doors. his speed, anything but superhuman. but when it comes to health care options, george found helpful information and resources at aarphealth.com this makes him feel unstoppable. well, almost unstoppable. discover real possibilities at aarphealth.com today and tomorrow take on the world. >> fear is growing in northern colorado that a serial sniper may be on the loose. two people have been shot since april. this week a 65-year-old man was gunned down on a residential street in loveland colorado. the first two shootings under deed linked and now they are trying to figure out if the third shoot cigarette proof that a gunman is stalking the area. >> reporter: torn between grief and fear. >> it's hard but around here it's a little community and scary. >> reporter: a makeshift memorial marks the sixth deadly shooting in almost a decade in the town of loveland colorado. >> just beaten cancer. he was full of life. >> reporter: this 65-year-old man was shot and killed wednesday nig
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Sep 26, 2015 1:00pm PDT
was also one of our greatest immigrants. born in the west indies, hamilton was a friend of george washington. he fought in the revolution. wrote nearly two-thirds of the federalist papers, and set the united states on the course to become a world power. the lesson in his life is simple, this is a nation that no single ethnic group or privileged economic class owns. it's a country where a person who comes from nowhere can still make a difference. it's a nation where a man who never knew his own birthday, hamilton was born out of wedlock, can take part in the birth of a new order. he reminds us of immigrants from around the world, renew this country and every generation, they breathe new life into what george washington called the bosom of america. we live in an odd time in history, when a church defends marriage and the family, the unborn child, and the purpose of human sexuality, she is attacked as being too harsh. when she defends immigrant workers and families that are broken by deportation, she is attacked as too soft, and yet the church is neither of these things. pope john xx
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Jul 23, 2016 1:00pm PDT
comes to politics. george allen. he had taken criticism for what perceived as a racial slur when he lost in 2006. i asked george allen about that question, did he need to apologize about that. the question wasn't directed to tim kaine, but during his rebuttal, he went on a major attack on george allen about that specific incident. then he laid out a long list of other examples that people could perceive as george allen not necessarily being welcome to people from all different spheres. i thought it was an interesting example of how kaine had this perception of being mild mannered and not someone whether to go on the attack. as we saw today, when he needs to, when he needs to make that pivot and show people the difference between someone he's supporting or himself, he is willing to do it. >> scottie, now to you. tim kaine was also the first senate ever in american history to give a speech in spanish on the senate floor. it is all about comprehensive immigration reform. your candidate, donald trump said consistently he will win the latino vote. that's not what the polling shows. does
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Oct 29, 2016 12:00pm PDT
registered represent canned and the number two under george bush and investigated the clintons in the 1990s. >> a bad look to second-guess a career prosecutor. that from camp clinton in july. now, they are doing exactly that. i. >> it is a bit of a role reversal. they have essentially grabbed object to the republican playbook in the three months prior. >> the clinton campaign was very angry with jim comey's press conference. they felt it was unnecessary. there was no indictment. they were ready to attack republicans for attack him. the shoe is op the other foot right now. they were trying to undercut what he was trying to do and the premise of thel letter in the first place. that is unlikely to happen. you know, poppy, there is severe frustration within the clinton campaign this has happened. it does look like they have reversed the course a little bit. >> as soon as clinton arrives, you are in daytona beach, florida. you will bring it to our viewers live. huma abedin not traveling with clinton on this two-day florida trip. >> she was on the plane when this news broke and was in the h
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Mar 7, 2015 12:00pm PST
thank president barack obama and mrs. obama, president george bush and laura bush for being here today. i want to thank all of the members of the cabinet and the administration who are here my colleagues and the congress all of the elected officials including the great governor robert bentley, including the mayor of selma, george evans, and all of the american people. i would like for all members of the congress in our delegation just to stand. [ applause ] >> thank you. we want to thank the zutinstitute for bringing us together one more time. the delegation representatives, thank you so much. [ applause ] it is good to see first contact when we came to selma in 1962. registering people to vote here long before we arrived, also glad to see the daughter of governor george wallace here peggy wallace-kennedy, thank you for being here peggy. [ applause ] we want to thank each and every one of you who marched across the bridge on bloody sunday, you didn't have to do it, but you did it. thank you! it's good to be in selma one more time just one more time. people often ask me why do you
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Jan 23, 2016 12:00pm PST
tunnel, the george washington bridge, are shut down. all the trains coming in from new jersey and long island, those will be shut in one hours time. i want to go straight to our chad meyers, covering it all in times square. you cannot overstate the sa severity of the storm. it is beautiful, yes, people enjoying it, yes, however, this is looking to be one of the five worst storms in new york city history. >> reporter: it sure could be. i'm not going 30 inches. i've seen that number thrown out there. i think at this point in time, we' we're mixing in enough sleet, we're already at 16, we don't have far to go. the forecast was great for d.c. and baltimore. we were up here for most of the week was 6 to 10. and then a couple of days ago, 8 to 12. and then yesterday, 12 to 16. and now, we're above that. that's because the storm did not go straight out to the ocean, to the east. it curved a little bit to the left. which means the left, which means to the north. and we are north of d.c., philadelphia, and baltimore. so because we got a little bit of the left part of the storm, we got what
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May 24, 2015 3:00pm PDT
republican side, at least. expected to announce in the coming days rick santorum, george paitaki, martin o'malley. lindsey graham rick perry, jeb bush governor scott walker and governor chris christie have yet to officially confirm whether they're in or not. let's bring in cnn politics senior enterprise reporter. thanks for being here. i appreciate it. >> hey. >> let's talk about these names. i just listed a nurflurry of names. republican potential hopefuls expected to jump in in the next few weeks. which names do you say, all right, we pay the most attention to these guys they're in it for the long haul? >> right, you know as if we didn't have enough candidates on the republican side we're expecting two more this week. former pennsylvania senator rick santorum. remember he actually came second to mitt romney last time around in 2012. he's very popular among conservative social conservatives and evangelical voters. this time around i would expect to see him broaden his message somewhat to talk about blue collar economic issues to try and widen his lane in the republican nominatin
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Oct 17, 2015 12:00pm PDT
george bush for that. >> he was president. don't blame him or don't blame him? he was president. the world trade center came down during his reign. >> jeb bush fired back tweeting saying how pathetic for donald trump to criticize the president for 9/11. we were attacked and my brother kept us safe. trump responded. he said, no, you're pathetic for saying nothing happened during your brother's term when the world trade center was attacked and came down. our country needs more energy and spirit than you can provide. make america great again. let's talk it over with ryan. thank you for that. i do want -- >> new yorker. >> how could i do that? i am very sorry. >> that's all right. >> ryan, i want your reaction to trump's on camera silence. i mean, asked more times than we showed you over and over to say something responding. he did. on twitter. what's your take? >> well, for, you know, one of the first times in this campaign, i think trump realizes that saying something about 9/11 and who is responsible and who's not is extremely sensitive and controversial subject. and if he's going to
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Aug 7, 2016 3:00pm PDT
during the campaign, and nobody in the press believed me. i might have agreed to be george washington's vice president but i got the second best job in the country, president and governor of ohio, so i was never interested in being anybody's vice president. >> it wasn't tempting at all? >> you know what's amazing? never considered it. >> really. >> no. why would i want to be -- i would be the worst vice president. i have too many opinions, jake. >> you have a lot of opinions, that's for sure. well, because you get to run foreign policy and domestic policy. if that was the pitch -- >> i'm running foreign policy in ohio. you have to remember, we got michigan on our border. >> you're going to build a wall, i'm sure. the trump campaign chairman paul manafort said you were embarrassing your state of ohio when you skipped the convention in cleveland. you talked about the pressure you felt, people telling you you needed to go, you needed to endorse. were there back channel efforts to get you to come to the convention? and who put -- who put the pressure on you? >> people would cal
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Mar 20, 2016 3:00pm PDT
. >> when you look at the moment in the campaign where dan rather has an interview with george bush. there is some sort of -- whether it is a misunderstanding or what about what he is going in to the interview to talk about. he unleashes on rather. >> part of it is bush always felt he wasn't a great presidential candidate. he wasn't treated well. they had discussed the wimp factor in talking about him. he was not a tough, ronald reagan. he was ready to go after rather, the press and to demonstrators, with his no new taxes pledge, he could be as resolute as the person he was working for. >> the camp thought he did a phenomenal job and the highlight of his campaign. >> in the end it worked. they were able to go forward. dukakis who was not the initial weakness candidate was far ahead when it started. by the end a decimated campaigner. politics were personal then. that's how they -- that's how the bush campaign eviscerated. they made him look unpresidential. and it succeeded. >> dukakis is in the episode tonight. it is a must watch. thank you. >> for all of you, don't miss the new epis
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Jan 2, 2016 2:00pm PST
ahead of iowa. what do you think? >> my advice is, i go to one of my mentors and heroes, george w. bush, and say stay the course. stay the course. >> stop it. >> a part of me thinks that trump is still going to flame out because you know, he's donald trump and people don't want ted cruz, even republicans don't like him. bush is showing he doesn't have what it takes to be president and at some point, republicans are going to get serious about winning the presidency and wants someone who checks the democratic box, who's young and who's from a key state. that could be marco rubio. don't go all george pataki on me. don't bail too soon. carson won't be around much longer. just hang and stay the course. >> ben, quick and final resolution for martin o'malley, go. >> it's called go out and enjoy retirement. that simple. retire, enjoy life, you've had a good run. don't embarrass yourself. walk out there on stage, wave to everybody. you're not going to win. and move on with retirement, fly fish, have a good time. go to dinner and be a commentator and we'll take you at that. >> not a democratic co
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Nov 26, 2016 2:00pm PST
. i've seen some presidents actually bring in operatives. george w. bush used to, to talk about iraq. he would bring in four or five of them and they would go on for hours and hours, exchanging questions and detailed answers. >> let's look at the last three presidents-elect. after his election, obama not only got regular briefings but scheduled deep dives on key subjects like iran's nuclear program. george w. bush's briefing was delayed because of the florida recount but he then asked for daily briefings. president bill clinton received briefings every day after his election. julian, will trump be less prepared than past presidents when he takes office in january, in your view? >> if this continues, certainly. he's already less prepared than any of them, and this was an issue in the campaign, his lack of experience in government. and he has a lack of interest. you add to the mix many provocative statements he made on the campaign trail. and then a thinness in terms of these briefings will be cause for concern about how prepared he will be when the nation faces a crisis. >> what about
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Dec 24, 2016 1:00pm PST
say going back eight years george w. bush was still president and incoming president barack obama was doing, you know, saying what he's saying on twitter, calling world leaders, getting involved in u.n. votes. would you not be saying excuse me, mr. obama, there's only one president at a time? >> exactly. >> well, one, barack obama actually did get involved. example, he gave a very public speech basically condemning the moves that were being made on wall street on domestic issues. weeks before he was sworn in in january, i think it was january the 8th making it clear that was -- >> that's fair. i'm talking about commander in chief issues on the world stage. that's fair but i'm talking about foreign policy. >> the point is this. it's not unprecedented for presidents to talk about the news of the day. right now international news, terrorism and issues like that are the news of the day, not so much the economy right now. so i think it is appropriate for at the time when you're coming into office to make it clear where you stand the same way obama did it january right before he was sworn i
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Dec 5, 2015 1:00pm PST
report out from george washington university focusing on extremism and what it shows is this unprecedented level of support for isis within the united states. we're talking about several thousand u.s.-based sympathizers. you've got more terror related arrests in this country in 2015 than any year since 9/11. you're looking at the map where the red states, minnesota, new york, highlighted with the most sort of isis related arrests in the country. that number's at 56 this year. what do you make of these numbers, and why triple the amount of isis arrests this year than last year? is it just better law enforcement or is it a bigger problem? >> i think it may be a combination of both. i think right now, and for the last year when we've started to see some of these cases, the fbi's attitude is simply if you sort of play with isis, if you are interested in isis, if you're curious about isis, we are opening a case. so what people have to remember is that the increase in cases is essentially because the fbi, you know, is now looking at these cases and saying there's no such thing as f
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Jan 28, 2017 12:00pm PST
to the narrative that u.s. isn't at war with a religion shared by george w. bush that's been eroded today. >> i want to go to jerry nadler speaking and democratic congressman nadia valazquez. >> it's discriminatory and the intent to protect the united states against terrorists. but the fact of the matter is not a single terrorist incident since before 9/11 has been caused by anyone from the seven countries that the president named. by contrast, a country like saudi arabia which reduced most of the attackers on september 11th is not covered by this order. secondly, the refugees who have valid visas, the president said he wants extreme vetting. we've been doing extreme vetting for years. for years, we've been doing vetting. all of these refugees have been and the records looked into for an average of two years. two years by american authorities. the person who was held and released this morning, finally released this morning who was detained overnight was a marked man in iraq because he served as interpretor and worked with american troops and helped the u.s. army for years. he's not
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May 17, 2015 11:00am PDT
here in and around jerusalem. >>> george stefanopolous delivers yet another mea culpa? >> i should have taken extra steps to avoid any kind of conflict. >> would that have been enough? we'll talk to brian next. 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 hepatitis b, are prone to infections, or have flu-like symptoms or sores. don't start humira if you have an infection. talk to your doctor and visit humira.com this is
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Dec 13, 2015 3:00pm PST
main stage, a debate that begins at 6:00 on tuesday night. some people call it the undercard. george pataki, mike huckabee, former pennsylvania senator rick santorum, and the current senator from south carolina who cares a lot and talks a lot about national security, lindsey graham. that begins at 6:00 p.m. i want to discuss with paul begala. i want to start with you here with the newest dynamic in the debate which is the cruz/trump dynamic. cruz has moved center stainige right next to donald trump. they have been friends and friendly up to this point. what does cruz have to do? >> i don't think they're actual friends when it comes to donald. you may not be an enemy today. at least in iowa where he's up in the polls, but ted cruz needs to have a big night. who has the most to lose and who has the most to gain is ted cruz. he has this strategy suggests he's going to bear hug trump and carson and hope when they collapse the voters go to ted cruz. that's worked with carson's voteers to a certain extent. it hasn't happened with trump yet because trump hasn't collapsed. >> reporter: what
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Aug 20, 2016 4:00pm PDT
bauer, hilary rosen, thanks so much. >>> it was the picture president george w. bush regrets. he's seen looking over the hurricane katrina devastation while flying over it. people are comparing it to president obama. could this affect the president's legacy? >>> he claimed he was robbed at gunpoint. olympic gold medallist ryan lochte is sitting down and speaking out for the first time in an exclusive interview with nbc's matt lauer. we'll bring you what he said about this entire fiasco in rio. you are live in the cnn newsroom. this car is traveling over 200 miles per hour. to win, every millisecond matters. both on the track and thousands of miles away. with the help of at&t, red bull racing can share critical information about every inch of the car from virtually anywhere. brakes are getting warm. confirmed, daniel you need to cool your brakes. understood, brake bias back 2 clicks. giving them the agility to have speed & precision. because no one knows & like at&t. was always on my mind. so i asked a dermatologist about aczone dapsone gel 7.5%. i apply it once a day, any time. aczone g
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you have is a republican party searching for what its foreign policy doctrine is post-george w. bush. that is when's going to be happening. >> this is no one doctrine. let's talk about the calian cheat sheet, shall we? three big dynamics driving the debate. number one, ted cruz. >> man of the moment. >> yeah. moving closer to the center of the stage. >> yeah. listen. we saw that poll in iowa leading donald trump by ten points and moving up in national polls within striking distance and national polls out today. this is a moment you were saying sort of ted cruz weaving the way and a testing moment for ted cruz and with getting closer to the center of the stage and being a person that's now looked at as a front-runner for the nomination, comes the responsibility with that about being more clear in his path. and i think that ted cruz has a real needle to thread. i think he's been in different plays and now's the moment for a clear, consistent policy prescription for these issues. >> yeah. i think we'll get to see whether ted cruz's strategy of bear hugging trump and carson, we know it's
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May 17, 2015 3:00pm PDT
i would say, here's what you say. you say, if i had to make the decision when george bush had to make the decision i would have made the same decision based on the information we had at that time. now, if i had the information we have now, would i have made the same decision? absolutely not. and neither would george w. bush. that's very simple answer. it's not complicated if you listen to what many of these candidates are saying. and i think it's a clear point to make. i would have made the same decision back in the day. now i would have said don't go to iraq -- >> not me. >> -- knowing what we know. >> do you think that opens the door with hillary clinton saying of course then hillary clinton they would say is off the hook, then knowing what we know now, she wouldn't have voted for it. >> hillary clinton is already off the hook because everybody has blood on their hands that's going to be in this race. that you know except the people who weren't in the senate or house at the time. so essentially hillary clinton was never going to get dinged on iraq because you have jeb bush who'
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May 14, 2016 1:00pm PDT
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of sort of what they're asking for from him, it's really been former governor george pataki leading the way, right, calling on the other candidates to call trump out this week. we have increasingly seen that. marco rubio just calling him out yesterday on his immigration comments. do you think we are going to see a ramping up of that of these candidates shifting from a policy of sort of ignoring what he's been saying on this to calling him out? >> reporter: i think it's certainly possible. i think this is because the public reaction has been so fierce. there has been such anger and frustration over the comments that he has made and i think a lot of people are looking at these republican candidates and saying well where are you on this issue, and you better disagree with him and you better condemn him if you want to be on sort of the right side of this discussion. >> thank you. a lost those candidates are there. let us know what you hear from them on that. thank you. with me, chris moody. i want you to take a listen to this. this is another sound bite i want to play from the interview
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