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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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Dec 13, 2015 2:00pm PST
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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Jun 26, 2016 2:00pm PDT
just spoke with george out of the capitol protection section. he was saying that he believed that the stabbings were taking place at different areas within the capitol there where the rally was being held. >> right. >> from a law enforcement perspective that you can control the extent of the injuries and the chaos that is taking place if it's happening in various places around that building? >> yeah, i mean, it looks like they're trying to -- they had the mounted patrol out there. mounted patrol is great in these types of crowd control situations. and they're out there doing their job. you can see them now, as they were trying to control this group. and you see several individuals that have been assaulted there from the -- from the nationalist rally, the white nationalist rally. really, the only way to do this is an overwhelming show of force. and it looks like that's exactly what they did because it looks like they got the situation under control pretty quickly with seven people being assaulted. >> uh-huh. and art, i notice there, you're right, that the police -- the mounted police a
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May 3, 2015 4:00pm PDT
baby girl. what more can we want? over 8 pounds. george was 8 pound 6. >> are you happy? >> i'm over the moon. i'm so elated. >> a baby was born and not just any baby a royal baby. and not just any royal baby, a princess. >> this is one of the most amazing feelings. i know it's kind of -- it's a silly feeling, but it's so fun to be a part of it. i have to kind of catch myself take a step back and really soak it all in. >> reporter: one of the princess' first visitors was her brother. prince george. william had been in the delivery room momentarily leaving the hospital to collect his 22-month-old son. but in 20 minutes, he was back. the toddler making his first public appearance since the royal tour of australia a year ago. william willed the little prince to walk. he preferred to be carried but delighted the crowd with a wave. the british public had wagered on a baby sister for george. and london icons lit up with the news. crowds flocked to buckingham palace to see the official notice mounted on an easel in the court. retailers would also welcome the princess who's expected to
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Apr 17, 2016 4:00pm PDT
did. so i publicly say, thank you president george w. bush, for making sure we got the money that we needed to rebuild our city. i have no time for people who are partisan for the sake of being partisan. >> all right. let's talk it over with hillary clinton supporter, maria cardona and bernie sanders's supporter. maria cone. are hillary clinton's positive words for george w. bush, what's your take on that? >> i think that's possibly true, i think that she was in every way communicating to new york and other states' primary and caucus voters who still have an opportunity to vote in their upcoming primaries and caucuses, that she is somebody who knows how to reach across the aisle, who knows how to work with republicans, which is something that she did during her two successful terms as senator of new york. and that that really is the only way that you can get things done in this incredibly polarized electorate in this incredibly divided and partisan congress that we have. so i think it was a very deft move in focusing number one on everything she did as a new york senator to help rebu
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Aug 8, 2015 1:00pm PDT
explosion to watch happen. >> marc? >> george pataki. know why? because half the audience right now is saying who's george pataki? there's no reason for him to be in the race. >> he was the first one to call out donald trump. >> of course he was. because he has nothing to lose. the problem is there are a bunch of candidates in the republican field who are vying for spots not only on the ticket but for tv shows, vying for book tours, for opportunities to raise their speaking fees with bases. for me that undermines the spirit of this. everybody has a right to be in the race but if i'm somebody like pataki i bail out now and go back to whatever i was doing. >> ben, who did the most on thursday in the gop debate to improve their chances? who was the shining light? >> i'll give you two. marco rubio and chris christie. i think chris christie has somehow become an underdog. i think a lot of people that like donald trump and his bluntness are really going to take to chris christie. i also think marco rubio was a little bit underrated. people thought he was kind of not going to be able to handl
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Oct 25, 2015 2:00pm PDT
my husband and barack obama than they were under george w. bush. which one do you want? you want to go back to the republicans or not? but on a lot of specific issues it does leave her vulnerable to where a position that clinton or obama took is no longer popular. >> she can't have it both ways. she can't say that she wants credit for being first lady and secretary of state without some of the blame that comes with it. you have to have it one way and have no association wet or you have to take the good things with the bad things. >> sure and everything is fair in love, war, and politics. thank you, both, appreciate it. >> thanks, poppy. >>> coming up next in an exclusive cnn interview britain's former prime minister reflects on the invasion of iraq and the takedown of saddam hussein. >> given that saddam hussein did not have weapons of mass destruction was the decision to enter iraq and topple his regime a mistake? >> you will hear what tony blair said next. >>> also just in to us here at cnn, dramatic helmet camera video inside of that deadly raid against isis to save 70 hostages w
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Jun 4, 2016 4:00pm PDT
i kick foreman's behind. >> big george foreman was boxer's most revered fighter, destroying joe frazier in two rounds. >> i was sitting on the throne. i thought i was doing a charitable contribution to muhammad ali by allowing him to fight for my title. i was being offered 5 million to fight muhammad ali. i went to africa to get my money and beat up someone and go home. >> you want to be like me, i'm getting ready to go whoop george foreman. >> ali, seen here in "while we were kings" loved every minute of it. >> he loved people. and i think that's why they loved him so much. >> 18-year-old veronica pores was hired as a girl to report the fight. >> when did you start getting butterflies? >> we used to walk by the zaire river in the evening, and that was probably during those times. >> they would marry, eventually. but first the fight that captured the world. >> i hit him with all kinds of punches, and one thing about a power punch is, every time you throw a big right-hand, left hook, it's about 10 miles of roadwork that's gone away from you, and you'll never get it back. >> ali h
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Jan 8, 2017 4:00pm PST
audience in mind. admonitions have been remembered from many presidents, george washington's farewell address centered on trying to keep us more isolated before we got on to the world stage. the other farewell address was done by dwight eisenhower as he left office in 1961, and he warned us about the military industrial complex, both famous admonitions, i think we're going to hear something like that from president obama. i'm sure he's going talk about health care, because he's so worried about his legacy being demolished by donald trump. and what we owe the world in leadership. and president obama disagrees with donald trump on all of this and he's going to say so. >> my mentiintention is not to the day to day scrum after the new president is inaugurated, but it is my intention as a citizen to continue to promote the things that i care about. >> so right now, david, as you heard, he still remains the lead voice in the democratic party, he doesn't want to give a lot of light into what he's going to be doing once he leaves the white house, though, so in your view, what does he do? does
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Jan 3, 2016 3:00pm PST
are liked. we've seen it with bill clinton, george bush 43, george bush 41, even jimmy carter. had incredibly low poll numbers when he left office. but when you look at the details and really get into the issues that the clintons have in their past, i think that starts to remind people of the clinton presidency in the negative things that were around it and i think it actually hurts hillary clinton. bill clinton isn't running for office. hillary is. i think hillary clinton really allows herself to be exposed for the issue we talked about women. when women came out against her husband, she did everything she could to demonize them and to shut them down. and if you're claiming you're going to protect women when they're saying things that may not be politically correct or may be the inconvenient truth in society, when at the same time you are shutting those women down when they were making accusations of are your husband, it's going to open you up. you don't think the risk is worth it. >> marc, i want to ask you a question. rand paul made this very point on our air. in the past 17 yea
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Jan 1, 2017 3:00pm PST
we lost from david bowie to george michael to prince. which of these artists had the most profound impact on you? i knew some of them. i knew george and david and glen and so on. the sad part is when mother nature hits you with a disease, you can't do anything about it. >> who had the greatest impact on your life personally and musically? >> prince was probably the most all around talent. it's sad when anything happens to anybody that they had a hand in. for god's sake don't help mother nature by indulging in drugs, booze, alcohol and cigarettes. cut it out. if you have a choice in making your lifelonger and making fans happier and giving joy to the world, god help us all, a world without music and art and so on. it's important. >> it's nice to have you on the program. good luck in the latest venture. it's nice to see you. >> wonderful to see your baby pictures of your new child. >> thank you very much. >> happy new year. we're going to take a quick break. we'll be right back. once i heard i was going to be a park ranger, i got really excited. gabe's obviously really sick. and ther
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Sep 11, 2016 3:00pm PDT
in recent presidential campaigns from john mccain to george w. bush to barack obama to mitt rocmney to george h.w. bush and others, dukakis and others, they have released full medical records. in this case that isn't the case. hillary clinton has been more forthcoming than donald trump. donald trump has released a letter from his doctor that was viewed with suspicion by many a medical worker who said he would be the healthiest president of all time, but hillary clinton has only released a statement from her doctor, has not released medical records. we do know she was treated for that blood clot at the end of her term as secretary of state in her term, 2013, and we have not received medical records that have allowed experts like dr. sanjay gupta to look at them. john mccain invited people to come into a room in arizona to inspect the records for a couple hours. that has not happened in this case. american voters know less about the health and vitality of either nominee at this point, and they're the oldest nominees of anyone in our history. it is something to take note of on both sid
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Jan 28, 2017 2:00pm PST
in george orwell's "1984." brian stelter is with us, live. [zombie] an advance on my tax refund, i could really use that. [john] what would you do with that money? [zombie] i'd love to take a tropical holiday. [john] i'd be careful, with your skin tone. [zombie] no i get it cause i'm a zombie. yeah that's funny. [off camera] all my undead, we are back. [john] i will see you out there. [zombie] see ya. [john] and don't take it personally. [vo] you can get a refund advance of up to $1250 no interest at block. [john] don't just get your taxes done. get your taxes won. >>> for critics of pruch, the executive order banning millions of people coming to the united states temporarily is an example of everything that they fear. and those fears may be reflected in the bestseller list, george orwell's famous novel "1984" where big brother controls a totalitarian future is a hot read once again. some analysts think it may be a response to the new white house administration. the book, which shot to number one on amazon's bestseller list, depicts a government that distorts reality and wipes out
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Oct 8, 2016 4:00pm PDT
five standard barers have walked away from this man. george h.w., george w, john mccain, walking away. bob dole we have not heard from yet. put this in context for us. >> i think if you take a quick step back. we're really here because donald trump said he could sexually assault a woman and get away with it because of his power. we all know that is crass, wrong, unlawful, and if you're a suburban father, a husband, it doesn't matter, that is inflaming people right now. presidents or nominees. they have to acknowledge they didn't have a personal relationship with him. >> giuliani said they didn't like us anyway. those who are not backing us, they were never really really there. they came came out and said they're withdrawing their endorsement and that is powerful. >> do you think they will in the next couple days? >> here is the reason why. democrats are starting to put pressure on them. if you're in a tough race, are you're going to face him. they will have to face their opponents and explain why they're still backing donald trump. that is hard. and then the senators in trouble. >> no
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Feb 14, 2016 4:00pm PST
sued the obama administration. >> who appointed him? >> george bush. >> you have other candidates mentioned earlier. sri srinivasin who was unanimously approved -- >> over a deal to end the filibuster? >> i don't think he would get that much republican support. srt of like saying that donald trump is a conservative. >> that's the battle, that's republican/democrat. let's talk about the republican-on-republican battle here. you have every republican presidential candidate saying you know, should be a republican who decides, it should be the next president, i will pick a darn conservative nominee. who has the advantage there in terms of republican voters? who do they trust to pig a conservative-enough just nis their view? >> i think marco rubio is trusted the most. he's outlined a clear and conservative message that's resonated with people and shown that he is the kind of guy that we need to take on bernie sanders and the general election. >> it's ted cruz has his hard-core conservative followers as well. he's argued case there is before. can he not make a case? >> i think marco rub
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Sep 13, 2015 2:00pm PDT
morning, why is someone like george pataki who registered zero in the polls allowed on the debate stage. trump went onto tout his record during an interview for cbs's "face the nation". >> i've created a tremendous company. i have some of the greatest assets in the world. to be honest with you -- i'm not saying that to brag. i'm just saying that's the kind of mind set that our country needs. >> reporter: all this drama comes after the rnc got all the republican candidates, remember, to sign this loyalty pledge stating they would not mount a third-party run if they lost out on the party's nomination. we should mention here, there will be one fewer candidate on the stage on a couple buildings away from me for the so-called happy hour debate. that airs at 6:00 before the prime time debate two hours later at 8:00. that is texas governor rick perry bowing out friday because of poll numbers and financial issues with his campaign. that is some news we wanted to get to you. to cnn political director who has been here in simi valley for the last couple of days. i know we're going to get to your
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Jun 20, 2015 12:00pm PDT
motivated by the george zimmerman-trayvon martin situation. what does this do to the investigation? >> i think they're looking to connect the dots of his preparation, to show his intent and his motive. he made it well stated, the witnesses said what he said. but any other writings documents, manifestos photographs. all of that ties into the mental state of the offender. i think it shows he was on a mission. i think he used that word that he was on a mission. so this goes into the mental state of the offender and proving what he was thinking about at the time. >> my colleague anderson cooper talked to one of the friends of the survivor in that church massacre. let's listen. >> and he shot the young man, his mother was there, and she witnessed -- she pretended as though she was dead. she was shot and dead. but she watched her son fall and laid there, and she laid there in his blood. >> she laid there in his blood? >> yes, she did. when i got to talk with her, her entire dress was just drenched in blood. >> you've written extensively about mass shootings. how can a mother do that and have t
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Jan 31, 2016 3:00pm PST
vying for second place in new hampshire. if marco rubio has what george h.w. bush used to call the big mow, coming out of iowa and doing quite well that, could propel him up in a big way and could -- do two things to hurt ted cruz. number one, push him down. but also, push all the other people in the so-called establishment lane out of the way and it would make people consolidate around marco rubio, which is bad for ted cruz. >> what about the democrats? >> the democrats, also kind of not even close when it comes to the contest in these poll numbers. bernie sanders, 57%. clinton is way far behind, 34%. don't forget, martin o'malley i at 1%. these numbers are kind of what we have been seeing historically, at least the past couple of weeks and months. bernie sanders is practically a home state senator. he's from the neighboring state of vermont. hillary clinton has been trying to kind of do better there. but the expectation, genuine expectation in the clinton campaign has been for some time, she's going to lose in new hampshire. that's why they're working hard in iowa and the next bi
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Sep 3, 2016 12:00pm PDT
-malika henderson, paris is here and worked under former president george bush, and cnn political commentator and hillary clinton supporter, bacari sims. thank you for being here. nia, i want to go to you first, he visited this church and took a tour of the city with dr. ben carson, he saw his childhood home, this as the poll numbers reflect he has not made up a lot of ground. he's at 2% among african-american voters. hillary clinton is at 87%. that's even behind the third-party candidates, joe stein and gary johnson. how much can he improve those numbers? what is the strategy here when you have about two months to go until election day, nia? >> i don't think he can do much at this point. one of the things you have seen going on, really since the 1930s, is the massive shift of african-american voters to voting for democratic candidates at the presidential level and there are all sorts of reasons why that is the southern strategy, which of course you saw happen in 2005 with the republican national chairman. he went to the naacp and apologized to african-americans because republican
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May 16, 2015 12:00pm PDT
similar raid deep into syria. if you go back to the george w. bush administration we saw a raid against a high-level leader of al qaeda in iraq the parent organization of isis that took place in 2008. so this has happened before. it's unusual, but it's not unprecedented. >> bob baer to you, we know that the national security council spoke and they are looking to see if they got any information related to any american hostages that may be held over there. it's going to be critical how successful they are in interrogating his wife who they have captured and taken over to iraq. do you think u.s. intelligence will be able to flip her? >> you know i don't -- it's a question how much she knows. she may have been not part of this at all. the sort of documents they got, the islamic state isn't known for keeping a lot of paper around. i don't think this is going to be some huge breakthrough. this is a long war of attrition. they're going to be looking now at al baghdadi for instance. the more they get accustomed to moving in these parts of iraq and syria, i think we'll see more of these
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Jan 15, 2017 3:00pm PST
voted for clinton before. i know hillary clinton and bill clinton about as well as i know george clinton. >> i got to turn to the oldie station to get to you. i mean that's the realty. they have the infrastructure of all a lot of old relationships. >> where was the energy put in the democratic party this time around. >> the energy was with bernie sanders, the fire was put out by the dnc. that energy was kind of cut off at the knees. >> there is a ethos that was being built by the bernie sanders campaign that was effective enough to actually touch people on the streets. and some people, they thought in their infinite wisdom that we can kind of shift that over to the clinton campaign and it didn't happen. >> my next stop is here at whit lows. barbershops help form the bonds of -- leslie curtis is a lifelong republican who voted for obama in 2008, but this election, he voted for donald trump. and jewel jones is a democrat, 21 years oiled and just elected as the youngest michigan state representative in history. i'm looking at you, but over your head is a picture of barack obama and
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Oct 8, 2016 2:00pm PDT
the republican party that are out. john mccain out, bush out, george bush out, romney out, bob deal. >> i was speaking on the phone, no event tonight at all. that means trump will be secluded in trump tower tonight, presumably working on debate prep. >> of course, brian, we'll have a lot more tomorrow morning, reliable sources, 8:00 a.m. eastern live, tomorrow night is when it all goes down. these two candidates head-to-head. will you hear from hillary clinton for the first time. how will she react? our own anderson cooper moderates. we'll be right back. >> welcome back to our breaking news, you are looking at images from moments ago. this was donald trump moments ago, coming out of thump tower getting high 5'd and cheers. the first we have seen since the videotape dropped 24 hours ago. you wouldn't know his campaign is in crisis mode after the lewd, vulgar and sexually aggressive remarks made a decade ago. people close to the hillary clinton camp tell us you will not hear a word from her about all of this until she takes the debate stage tomorrow night in st. louis. >> that is when
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Mar 14, 2015 12:00pm PDT
federalist party wanted war but a pennsylvania doctor named george logan traveled to france and brokered a deal to stop it. the federalists were furious and passed the logan act to make such freelance diplomacy punishable by fines and prison. and accusations of violations have appeared ever since. over richard nixon's dealings with vietnam, jesse jackson's talks with russia nancy pelosi's 2007 trip to syria, and not a single case has ever amounted to anything. still on a white house web site tens of thousands of people have signed a petition for an investigation, convinced republicans are now illegally interfering with foreign policy by sending a letter to iran's leadership. but they probably should not expect much. after all, in 2008 candidate barack obama chatted with the the iraqis. and guess what.srepublicans hollered about? yeah the logan act. tom foreman, cnn, washington. >> let's bring in david gergen a former advise for four u.s. presidents. i want to begin with what we just saw from tom foreman, what logan act is. you hear secretary of state john kerry calling this lett
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Jul 9, 2016 2:00pm PDT
first for law enforcement. the use of a robot carrying a bomb. cnn's george howell looks at how robots are being used by police to keep men and women in uniform safe. >> there is the o.d.'s robot, going towards the ied. >> reporter: remote controlled robots have been used by the u.s. military in the wars in iraq and afghanistan to defuse explosive devices. >> [ bleep ]. >> reporter: here's a scene from the movie "the hurt locker". >> oh, look at that. >> nice 1-5-5, huh. >> reporter: in recent years, some local police departments have invested in the technology to investigate suspicious packages and cargo. but in dallas, a potential first in the united states, the delivery of an he cexplosive de by a robot that was used to kill a police shooting suspect holed up in a garage. [ gun shots ] >> reporter: negotiations to end the standoff had gone on for hours. >> we saw no other option but to use our bomb robot and place a device on its extension for it to detonate where the suspect was. other options would have exposed our officers to grave danger. >> reporter: police have not released th
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Apr 19, 2015 11:00am PDT
on the scene. >> right. he may be a wanna-be cop. we've seen wanna-be cops before george zimmerman was one. these police officers these police agencies need to be very very careful who they allow to hold a deadly weapon while doing volunteer service. >> certainly will be a civil suit. >> thanks so much. >>> the people who make money from the business of marijuana are meeting in colorado. ana cabrera is there. what's going on? >> there are 650 vendors in the marijuana industry here to market their pot products from marijuana-infused marshmallows to machines like these made to consume cannabis. this is the colorado cannabis cup. we'll give you a look around when we come back. ♪ ♪ if you want a paint that's more than just easy to scrub. if you want a paint that actually repels dirt and grime. if you want a paint that stand's up to life's wear and tear... only this can. regal select from benjamin moore. paint like no other. people ship all kinds of things. but what if that thing is a few hundred thousand doses of flu vaccine. that need to be kept at 41 degrees. while being shipped
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Mar 19, 2016 1:00pm PDT
half. and you've seen 14 million jobs created under barack obama. nearly triple that of george w. bush. so yeah it's one of the things people are feeling is the fact that wages have not increased. however, the economy as a whole is not something that's abysmal or anything else and barack obama is not going to be an anchor around her neck. contrary to that poll you see the new gallup poll with barack obama with a 51% approval rating. we go into the summer, and in the fall, what you have, you'll have two candidates, donald trump and hillary clinton. what people are going to realize donald trump has no plans to do anything and he's coming off four bankruptcies himself so how is he going to fix the economy, stupid. >> jeffrey, to that point you have to look at some of these numbers, unemployment as bakari said it's below 5%, gas is incredibly cheap, the stock market is 10,000 point higher than when president obama took office. what is the metric you think donald trump can run on in a general to say i will drastically improve x? >> first of all, that unemployment figure does not count the a
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Oct 2, 2016 3:00pm PDT
. >> reporter: to will ferrell as george w. bush. >> strategery. >> bartender, keep them coming. >> reporter: this season, kate mckinnon will reprise her role as hillary clinton to battle baldwin's trump. >> he hasn't released his tax returns which means he's either not that rich. >> wrong. >> not that charitable. >> wrong. >> or he's never paid taxes in his life. >> warmer. >> secretary clinton, what do you think about that? >> i think i'm going to be president. >> reporter: but it wasn't just baldwin bearing the brunt of the ridicule. mckinnon mocked clinton's relentless debate prep and presidential ambition. >> listen, america, i get it. you hate me. you hate my voice, and you hate my face. well, here's a tip. if you never want to see my face again, elect me president and i swear to god, i will lock myself in the oval office and not come out for four years. but if you don't elect me, i will continue to run for president until the day i die. and i ever never die. >> reporter: and mckinnon showcased clinton's signature shimmy. >> not a response, more of a request, can america v
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Jun 4, 2016 1:00pm PDT
being awarded the presidential medal of freedom from george w. bush. republican president. obviously the outpouring of respect and sympathy coming from democrats, republicans, whites, blacks, athletes, non-athletes, americans, non-americans, all over the world today. larry merchant, boxing analyst. thank you very much for helping us understand the impact and legacy of muhammad ali. >>> to other boxers, ali was a man who defied the odds, pushed the limits, and became more than just a fighter. he was a hero. this is what some of the champions from across the world have to say now. >> when you look at ali, he stood up. after somebody have done it, it's easier. but to be the first to stand up and face the world, he was all around the world about what he believed. and it's a lot different being -- than somebody already did it and you come behind them. ali was the first person to do that and being the skin color that he was, and to stand up is amazing to be the one that everybody looks at. always treated me good. i tell you, listen, when i first went to ali, i went up with no equipment bec
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Oct 23, 2016 3:00pm PDT
george bush had been selected not elected. both democrats and republicans have a history of screaming about some sort of voter fraud or some sort of rigged system against them. in '08, john mccain released an ad warning of voter fraud that's the same thing that donald trump is doing just two or three weeks before the election happened. this is something we see every single election time. unfortunately, politician don't -- >> the difference is he said -- the difference is he said he will not accept the results. it's one thing to talk about it before hand and talk about the legitimacy of voting. it's another thing to say even afterwards i will not accept it. i will not -- indicating i will not have a peaceful, gracious passing of power from one to the next. >> again, let's look at part of our issue is we're hearing one thing out of donald trump's mouth and another out of kelly ann conway's mouth. i don't think that this is the biggest issue. i think that what it is reflective of is a ridiculous lack of discipline by donald trump in these closing days of this election. he doesn't end up
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Jan 15, 2017 4:00pm PST
trump supporters would say no. if you go back and look at george w. bush and how he was treated by the show a decade ago, i think you can make a case that it was almost as harsh. but donald trump is a unique character for this program. what we were doing is just using some of his worz from the press conference and repeating them on the show. >> he did that whole tour across america. >> obviously the show leans to the left and not a lot of trump voters appreciate that. trump in some ways takes advantage of these cultural divides. >> i know a lot of trump supporters who are having a laugh at this. >> i think trump takes advantage of these cultural divides. >> one thing in the "new york times" interview you talked about. remember in november, he said he thought he would be more restrained as he goes into the oval office. he said i thought i would do less of it. but i'm covered so dishonestly by the press and i can tweet it out. donald trump, we had breaking news, he's referring to us on television, covering his treats that we're doing it now. he's figured out how to issue a new kind o
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Sep 25, 2016 3:00pm PDT
asking himself the same question after this debate with george w. bush for home expectations are really low? so did al gore who couldn't resist sighing at bush's answers or using the word lock box. >> i will put medicare and social security in a lock box and protect. lock box. lock box. >> over and over again. >> that was partly my fault. >> it was. >> i said we got do make sure that you get the lock box thing in there. i didn't think we would do it five or six times and i don't think saturday night live would satirize it. >> i would put it in what i call a lock box. the lock box. the lock box. lock box. >> our chief political analyst joins me now. gloria, what are the lessons learned from that. will trump's hands off debate cost him or help keep him loose? >> i think there's danger in over preparing and over complicating your answers. i think that's what happened to reagan and you can argue maybe that's what happened to al gore when he kept repeating lock box, lock box, lock box. i think sometimes you have to be sure you're listening to what the other person is saying, so you ca
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Feb 6, 2016 2:00pm PST
. i'd like to remind you, george bush came out of iowa with big mo, and then there was no mo after that. so, remember, the campaign has just started and i want them to know that jeb is the finest man almost i know. he's very much same values of service that his father has. and his brothers and his sister. maybe his old lady. >> that's you. >> me. >> you're not my old lady. >> you dodged me on donald trump. do you want to -- >> nope. >> you want to go full new jersey on donald trump? >> no. i do not. i don't even think about him. i'm sick of him. that's very strong. >> love hearing from barbara bush sitting of course along side her son jeb bush and poppy, you know, it was bush 41 who coined the phrase big mo and really that's what jeb bush needs is we keep talking about this trifecta of governors. tonight at that debate, they need mo, period. after tuesday to see how much longer they can hang in this. >> that's true. i had a trump supporter who said i think she would win if she were on the republican ticket. it's not the case. >> huge crowds. >> she is very popular. brook, thank you. com
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Apr 2, 2016 12:00pm PDT
of george bush, those things seemed bigger to people. sanders is pitching a much larger kind of slate of things that in light of this particular congress are not as doable. >> we should remember that sanders is continuing to poll better against all three of the gop nominees right now, and in a hypothetical matchup in the general election, than clinton is. all hypothetical. so let's not put much weight in that. bernie or bust is bonkers title of the article in the "new york times." charles blow, thank you. >>> you are looking at live pictures of john kasich at a town hall in wisconsin that should begin any moment. how he plans to woo sat pores aw supporters away from donald trump. could he take the state? we'll see. stay with us. >>> welcome back. you are looking at live pictures from janesville, wisconsin where a big crowd gathered there to hear republican presidential candidate john kasich speak at a town hall ahead of the state's primary on tuesday. just this morning kasich told cnn's michael smerconish there is no question the party is headed for an open convention listen. >>
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. >> she's a witch! >> george h.w. bush had a chance to respond about jokes about him. >> i'll have a chance when the time is right. it wouldn't be prudent at this juncture. >> sometimes it can be quite serious. rudy giuliani on "snl"'s first episode after 9/11. >> can we be funny? >> why start now? >> another famous new yorker, al sharpton, hosted in 2003 while running for president. >> i like to go clubbing. and i do love the ladies. >> the first real front-runner to ever host the show. >> i love what you do. it's great. >> another mile post in the merging of politics and pop culture. . after he hosts the show tonight, he will call in the sunday morning shows to talk about how he did. he will be with jake tapper tomorrow morning at 10:00 a.m. it will be a very interesting television moment. poppy, back to you. >> thank you, brian. i'm sure you will talk about it a lot on your show as well. >>> coming up next, donald trump's "snl" appearance will impact his brand. good, bad. we'll see it tonight live on "snl". that is next. >>> but first, "i'll be me" about glen campbell's farewell t
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president george w. bush speaking on 9/11. ronald reagan on the challenger disaster. jfk on the cuban missile crisis. douglas brinkley, what do you see on this president's legacy, 400 days in office and he is facing a lot of critics that say the words that he is used do not necessarily match the threat. >> you said that the president has a 40% approval rating and how he's dealing with the war on terror. that's a problem for the president. that should be over 50%. he's got to stop those numbers from hemorrhaging. incidentally that was taken -- that's not including what happened in san bernardino yet. this president has to talk to the american people. whatever he says this evening, the gop is not going to like. the republicans running for president are going to be on the morning show saying the president didn't say the right things. but i think president obama has an opportunity to hear to be a commander in chief, to tell us what's going on in syria, to tell us about the vinlg ledgegi resolution of winning, of beating isis. this has to be almost a wartime speech. >> wartime speech. you
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Nov 19, 2016 1:00pm PST
immigration bill. governor george bush proposed a good bill that said we're going to secure the border but have a path to citizenship, find a way they can pay back taxes, get rid of the criminal element, embrace american values, have jobs, have families that are safety for the american people. i'm for that. but i think democrats, if anything, should have put immigration reform a league e h priority. >> you brought up -- >> my point is that both parties need to focus on immigration reform. i'm not just blaming the republicans. i'm saying it's a collective problem in american policy, but donald trump solution, the ones he's talked about in the campaign, building a wall, deporting. how are you going to deport 11 million people? >> as i said, the house speaker and donald trump said that is not the priority right now. but i want to get to this issue of muz hslims entering the unit states. donald trump, at one point, called for an all-out ban. but he still promises what he calls extreme vetting. let's take a listen to some of the things he said during the campaign, something that fdr did during
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haven't had my heart broken for the last eight years i had my heart broken with george bush when he saw the jobs being lost or obamacare being put in or abortions being tax pair fu-- payer funded. this is the broken hearts srptsing mr. trump because they are supporting donald trump, i feel sorry for the people who have lost the last two election cycles because they refuse to deal with the issues. >> it is also some blackenned hearts that are supporting donald trump to turn a blind eye to his nativism and racism and sexism and i will hold my nose and i won't say it out loud. those are blackenned hearts. >> but when you look at establishment republicans some of the leadership says i support donald trump but what he said was racist and then you have others who say i can't support him at all what do you make of that scotty. >> we're loud to have opinions, some were bad, the majority according to the latest pole said they believed he didn't think he meant to be a racist, like 65%. it's how you look if the glass is half full or half not. these are the things that ignored the voices and th
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