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Jul 8, 2013 11:00am EDT
whose voice that is? >> i thought it was george. >> can you identify whose voice that was yelling in the background? >> george's. >> how do you know that? >> i recognized his voice. >> msnbc's craig melvin joins us live from the courthouse. what can tell you us about the docket for the rest of today? >> the witness on the stand, leeann benjamin just testified on the stand that she and her husband at one point donated to the website also took food to he and his wife, also bought clothes for the trial and encouraged him to go back to college in general. what's been most interesting today, thomas, and you just alluded to it. every witness who's been put on the stand so far sondra and mark osterman and now leeanne benjamin, he's played that 911 tape for every witness today. he's also played that 911 tape, he played it for the two witnesses on friday as well. so far every witness that the defense has called has heard that tape and they have also testified to the fact that it is george zimmerman's voice on that tape as well. so we expect the defense to continue to call witnesses today.
MSNBC
Jul 12, 2013 8:00am PDT
he knew without question and immediately to be that of his nephew george zimmerman. i think he came across very credibly. i think he came across of his oath and of his word and i will ask you to consider the testimony in that regard. mark osterman a buddy of his and talked about the weapon use and how you holster a gun. he's good at what he does. he was helping george figure out how to fire a gun. sondra osterman, friend. definitely george zimmerman screaming for help. explain away some of what the state was trying prove to you through the nonemergency call about the anger and hatred and all that, that just isn't there. same thing with geri russo. no question in her mind, george's voice. same thing with leann benjamin. heard him scream and yell and that was george zimmerman. john donnelly was interesting. i'm not sure i could, if i thought about trying to figure out who in the world talks to people they know and then hears them scream for their life. i just -- there's no profession that does that. maybe a corner man in a boxing ring but they don't scream for help there. a medic in v
MSNBC
Jul 1, 2013 8:00am PDT
sanders live in sanford. thanks. george zimmerman has pleaded not guilty to the charges and he claims self-defense in this case. i'd like to bring in now legal analyst lisa bloom, faith jenkins, and kendall coffey. thank you all for being here this morning. >> thank you. >> thanks. >> lisa, i want to start with you. dr. nakasone testified for the defense. why is he now a state witness? >> my belief is he's here to tee up the testimony of trayvon martin's mother. because for all of the science and elaborate techniques he has at quantico, there wasn't an efficient sample for him to reach a conclusion as to who was screaming on that call. what he said at the end of this direct testimony is the perfect person to identify is people who knew him. not just conversationally. but somebody who heard a variety of tones of the speaker's voice. that seems to me to be pointing towards trayvon martin's mother. who said previously to law enforcement that's my son's voice on that call. and my guess that would be a witness coming up very soon for the prosecution or perhaps their very last witness befor
MSNBC
Jun 30, 2011 11:00am EDT
personal life of her father, george, once again comes under scrutiny. his alleged mistress, krystal holloway takes the stand and reveal what is she knows about the death of his granddaughter caylee. >> he said he didn't realize he was capable of raising someone who was capable of harming her child. he said it was an accident that was caught out of control. i was caught off guard by it and when i looked up he had tears in his eyes. and i didn't say anything after hawa that. >> and the prosecution ripped her apart as george watched nervously from the back of the room. >> he didn't say anything else. >> other than it was an accident and it snowballed out of control. >> that's not what he said. he said it was an accident that snowballed out of control. >> but he didn't claim that he actually was there or knew that. >> i agree with you, he didn't. >> he said he believed it. >> no, he did not say he believed it. >> nbc'snbc's -- explain this testimony, it is a bombshell. >> she testified to two crucial theories here, thomas. first that she did have an affair with george anthony and that h
MSNBC
Jul 2, 2013 8:00am PDT
more gripping testimony in the second-degree murder trial of george zimmerman. this morning's session started with the prosecutor making a motion to strike comments made by the lead detective on this case, chris serino. the witness you saw there. under cross exammation yesterday, the defense attorney mark o'mara asked whether serino thought zimmerman was telling the truth during an interview about what happened that might. serino said yes. this morning the prosecution said that answer was inadmissible. >> mr. o'mara was asking the investigator specifically to comment in terms of the truth and voracity of what the witness said. >> in the context of a challenge interview within which the whole premise is to determine voracity or truthfulness, i think that since this person took that on, he had been -- now tell what he believes to be the result of that. >> ladies and gentlemen, my instruction is that that's an improper comment bay witness to the truth and voracity of another witness and you are to disregard the question and the answer. >> defense asks soar even bo possible incons
MSNBC
Jul 10, 2013 8:00am PDT
fitness of trayvon martin and george zimmerman at the time of the shooting. >> there was nothing that indicated to me that mr. martin wasn't physically capable. you know, when i looked at his size and weight, they were comparable to a -- i saw the photos of him, he seemed to be, overall, in good physical health and physically fit. comparatively to mr. zimmerman who was in the process of losing weight. >> the zimmerman you see there the 300-pound version of george zimmerman is not what he looked like in the altercation. he was 190 and 5'8". the prosecution is now cross-examining the witness root. >> you know, his reference in that statement was addressing his -- clearly addressing his frustration from previous calls in which the individuals got away. his verbiage chosen may not be the most appropriate but i don't mean because somebody has said that because they mean ill will. >> but the target of his frustration, you understand, was trayvon martin? >> i would have to say that the comment, in my opinion, the comment, that frustrating was being voiced at the fact he has made numerou
MSNBC
Jul 14, 2013 12:00pm PDT
, florida, with fresh reaction to the not guilty verdict for george zimmerman in the death of trayvon martin. >> state of florida versus george zimmerman. the verdict, we, the jury, find george zimmerman, not guilty. >> this case has never been about race nor has it ever been about the right to bear arms. not in the sense of proving this as a criminal case. but trayvon martin was profiled. >> things would have been different if george zimmerman was black for this reason, he never would have been charged with a crime. >> i think all america has to dig deep in their heart to try to find out how we as a society can learn from this tragedy and make sure it's not repeated. >> what's next for the families? for this community? and our country? we are live covering every angle of this story as the verdict re verb rates from coast to coast. >> sad and disappointed. this is a very sad, sad time. >> it's truly a tragedy. a 17-year-old boy is dead. both sides presented their case and the jury decided. that's justice. >> it's been more than 17 hours now since the jury delivered that not guilty ver
MSNBC
Apr 20, 2012 8:00am PDT
you've been watching the bond hearing for george zimmerman there in sap ford, florida. we just heard from george zimmerman there. i want to go ahead and bring in some folks who have been watching this play out over the course of really the past two hours. this has been the last 30 minutes. it's lasted -- so far it's lasted about two hours. it's still ongoing. the question is whether george zimmerman will be granted bail. i want to go ahead and bring in kendall coffey. first of all, mr. coffey, are you there? >> yes, i am. >> let's talk about what has been seen and heard transpired so far. what's struck you so far in. >> well, i think the things that jump out are some holes in the prosecution's case as well as acknowledges that the prosecution made that may be favorable to george zimmerman. for example, his apparent injuries, lacerations to the back of the head, were consistent with zimmerman's account of having his head slammed against the cement. there's other testimony that came in about the fact that apparently -- it's now going to become pretty clear -- that george zimmerm
MSNBC
Mar 28, 2012 8:00am PDT
physically laid eyes on george zimmerman since a week before this incident and have not till this day. how can you claim you are a close friend of george zimmerman when none of that is true of you. you don't really know. >> george zimmerman's friend grilled on the last word on what he knows about the man who shot trayvon martin. again and again failing to answer key questions. will a good night's sleep provide joe oliver with more answers? joe oliver joins me live in studio this morning. hi, everybody, i'm thomas roberts, we have a lot on the agenda today rt starting with that jetblue pilot. taking passengers and crew completely by surprise. well, today those passengers are speaking out about their terrifying ordeal. and the captain who was subdued by at least five passengers after trying to break into the cockpit was doing so while shouting that iraq, iran, and afghanistan were going to take that plane down. the flight on its way from new york to las vegas but diverted to texas for that emergency landing. >> just out of his mind. just screaming and saying to the passengers, say your praye
MSNBC
Jul 15, 2013 11:00am EDT
. >> two days now since george zimmerman found not guilty in the death of trayvon martin. hundreds of protesters and most peaceful. one hour from now, a prayer service held in sanford, florida, morerallies planned across the country. george zimmerman's legal team are dismissing any further legal action against their client. >> i don't think the federal investigation will develop into any sort of charges. they have been at this since the beginning as well. we have received extensive information with the discovery in our case of what the fbi has done, absolutely nothing would suggest that this was a hate crime. >> daryl parks, the attorney for trayvon martin's family, spoke to my colleague ris chrchris ja moments ago. take a listen. >> that meant anyone black not dressed appropriately was a suspect. a person of white wouldn't have been a suspect. that's a problem. and it probably gives the justice department a little bit more to go on than they had when they originally started investigating this case. >> the prosecutors are facing a lot of monday more than quarterbacking whether they
MSNBC
Oct 8, 2016 11:00am PDT
quote also interviewed her partner, romantic and business partner at the time, george hermaney, and they haven't spoken in years, but their accounts match perfectly. and they also match the original deposition that she gave in 1997. >> and what do you make of today -- or yesterday's revelations with that new audio? does that do anything to gird this story or are you hearing any new revelations that could be coming out? >> absolutely. the "access hollywood" tape tracks very closely with what jill harth was telling me. she was saying, he thought -- he thinks everyone is in love with him, he assumed that i wanted it, because he has star power, but i was a married woman. and in those comments, he's talking about another woman, he
MSNBC
Aug 28, 2015 2:00pm PDT
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MSNBC
Dec 26, 2016 8:00am PST
of fans gathering outside the london home of pop icon george michael paying their respects after his sudden death at the age of 53. more on what his manager says happed and details about the cause of death. >>> we begin with the diplomatic fallout with israel. prime minister benjamin netanyahu summons the u.s. ambassador of accusing president obama of orchestrating the u.n. security council vote against israel. the white house denies this and tensions at a boiling point but with president-elect donald trump's plans for the middle east, all of this could change. nbc's kelly o'donnell is at west palm beach covering the trump recessi transition. we heard from netanyahu regarding dealing with one or two presidents at the same time. >> reporter: well, good morning, tamron. this is really a striking series of events that played out over the holiday weekend, when you have a friend of the united states, benjamin netanyahu, accusing the united states of actually setting into motion this critical anti-israel resolution at the security council. as you point out, something the u.s. denies and at
MSNBC
Jun 29, 2011 11:00am EDT
article on politico.com of presidents in the white house and president obama is just a head of george w. bush of this point and far behind predecessors. does that say more about those particular presidents or really a reaction to the day in which we live, the reaction to the web and the media cycles from cable? >> i think it certainly says something about this president. it's pretty clear he's more comfortable in the one on one settings. he likes to sit down with individual reporters from local cities and talk to them. and he's also a constitutional law professor. so he really likes to have the space and the breadette to get the inside out. this is a cramped space of a press conference and trying to get a lot of answers into not very much time and maybe an hour. and he's got to take a lot of questions that have been building up for the last three months so you're going to see a little bit of tension of the desire of the press corps to ask him of things we haven't heard from him yet and his desire to expound on the answers which he's prone to do. >> let's talk about that, going on on a
MSNBC
Apr 25, 2013 8:00am PDT
this. look, we're all -- we're going to pore through this legacy whether george w. bush likes it or not, because it has had an incredible impact on our american politics, but this is one of those bigger days. >> here we go. the first ladies, of course, starting with the current one, michelle obama. everybody loves michelle. >> mrs. hillary rodham clinton. >> mrs. barbara bush. >> mrs. roslyn carter. >> these an unusual picture in the papers tomorrow. david, what do you think? you know all these people. >> i think this is such a singular moment in our country, and it's so important in our politics, for those of us who follow politics so closely and understand the deep ideological and philosophical differences. this is a celebration of the presidency, and that doesn't just mean pomp and circumstance. it means an appreciation for what's hard about it, what's unique about it, that you are scrutinized from left and right no party your party, and there is a special bond here. these families understand it and the men we'll see understand it all too well. >> speaking of ruffles and flourish
MSNBC
Apr 2, 2012 8:00am PDT
preferred pick, which was senator joe lieberman. george bush picked the conservative dick cheney. bob dole with the fiscal hawk, jack kemp. as we look at the bush elder going with dan quayle, if you had a pick a top three for romney, who would they be? >> that's a really interesting question, number one because i don't think that they're going to go especially radical because it doesn't seem to be in mitt romney's character to try to go outside the box. he's very much a tactician, a manager, a guy who thinks very strategically. i don't think they're going to go too far off from a certain list -- >> i want a name out of you, joe. if three's too many, i want one. >> if i were to wager, i would say somebody in the mold of mitch daniels because he brings that kind of gravitas and the conservative bone bona fides that he would need. an outside-the-box pick would be susana martinez. >> i say rob portman because if it's mitch daniels, democrats will make the case that that's the day who is the architect of the bush budget that tanked the economy. i don't think romney wants to have that
MSNBC
Jul 11, 2013 8:00am PDT
with, however, before you can find george zimmerman initially provok provoked. that's not in the defense version. it's not in the state's version. do you want to talk about that? >> my understanding from what i heard before, that it's only there in the defense version because of 774. so if the court is giving none of that, i assume they don't want that in there either. >> then we go to the next one. you are further instructed that merely following trayvon martin by car or on foot in order to report his location to the police is not sufficient for you to find that george zimmerman provoked the use of force against himself by trayvon martin. before george zimmerman can be found to have initially provoked use of force against himself, george zimmerman must have used actual force on you the threat of force against trayvon martin. >> same issue.rn you the threat of force against trayvon martin. >> same issue. you the threat of force against trayvon martin. >> same issue.you the threat of force against trayvon martin. >> same issue.ou the threat of force against trayvon martin. >> same
MSNBC
Jul 16, 2012 8:00am PDT
the george zimmerman case. jail phone calls and a statement from a witness who claims that zimmerman is a racist. we're going to bring you details on this. >>> plus, unleashed former president george w. bush out with a new book with his new plan for fixing the economy. what he would do today. >>> and if you want to weigh in on the show, tweet me @thomasaroberts. yeah, i'm back from vacation. ♪ ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] everyone likes a bit of order in their life. virtual wallet helps you get it. keep track of spending, move money with a slide, and use the calendar. all to see your money how you want. ♪ idide? how you want. you're not my dad ahh!! hey honey, back feels better, little dancing tonight, you and me? dr. scholl's pro inserts relieve different types of lower body pain by treating at the source so you're a whole new you. go pro with dr. scholl's. like, keep one of these over your head. well, i wasn't "supposed" to need flood insurance, but i have it. fred over here chose not to have it. ♪ me, i've got a plan. fred he uh... fred what is your plan? do i look like i have
MSNBC
Jul 4, 2013 8:00am PDT
? there are new questions about dna and the george zimmerman trial. does that help or hurt his self-defense claim? and they are a staple of any fourth of july celebration. before you head out to the fireworks we have to tell you about something first. major policy questions for the white house in . after meeting with his national security team in the situation room president obama issued a statement last night saying the u.s. doesn't support particular parties but rather the democratic process. joining me now is peter alexand alexander. how is the white house interpreting this? they don't want to send the wrong message that this was a military coup, especially since democracy is in the. >> reporter: the white house says it is not explicitly supporting the removal of morsi from power but trying to use the statement it put out to put pressure on the egyptian military. the president said he was deeply concerned, to use his language, by the egyptian military's removal of mor see and the suspension of the constitution in that country right now. what's significant is we focus on the fact
MSNBC
Apr 11, 2012 11:00am EDT
. >>> we're withdrawing his counsel with mr. zimmerman. >> so, where is george zimmerman. we know where he is not. what his former lawyers are saying this morning. >>> plus, two massive earthquakes rock indonesia. wake up! that's good morning, veggie style. hmmm. for half the calories plus veggie nutrition. could've had a v8. trouble with a car insurance claim. [ dennis ] switch to allstate. their claim service is so good, now it's guaranteed. [ foreman ] so i can trust 'em. unlike randy. dollar for dollar, nobody protects you like allstate. >>> i can assure you in this investigation and in all cases we'll examine the facts and the law. if we find evidence of a potential federal criminal civil rights crime, we'll take appropriate action. and at every step the facts and the law will guide us forward. >> that was attorney general eric holder making remarks a about the justice department's trayvon martin investigation before the national call for action network about an hour ago. the special prosecutor investigating the death of the florida teen trayvon martin will announce new developments b
MSNBC
Nov 4, 2017 5:30am PDT
knew about george papadopoulos's contacts with the russian campaign. >> he's someone i met and had a few brief conversations. >> did he ever mention about this meeting and the fact that the russians claimed they had dirt on hillary clinton. >> i don't remember any of that. >> in your time at the trump campaign, did you ever hear of anyone ever saying the russians have dirt on hillary, the russians have hillary's e-mails. >> not a word. >> not a word, never? >> no. >> now his comments come amid new details from his closed door testimony from the house intel committee when he said he in fact met with russian government officials this during a july 2016 trip to moscow. now someone who may have known about popapadopoulopapadopoulos conversations, jeff sessions. sessions apparently shot down a proposal from paoppo done pa lo. it is another drip in mueller's wide net investigation that continues to cast a shadow on the trump administration. this week's thyme m"time magazi examination the investigation. haley edwards is joining us from "time magazine." good saturday morning to you. how di
MSNBC
Jul 16, 2013 8:00am PDT
if they came in the same situation where trayvon was, i think george would have reacted the exact same way. >> george zimmerman's parents, his mom being hispanic, his father is white, they are defending their son telling barbara walters he is not a race i- >> he has never been taught to be a race i- >> we are not racist. we don't see color. we are colorblind. >> we are also now hearing from rachel jeantel a key state witness who was the last to speak to trayvon martin. she had her friend was not a thug and insisted that race did play a part. >> it was racial. let's be honest. racial. if he was -- trayvon was white, he had a hoodie on, would it have happened? that was around 7:00 or something. that's around that people walk their dogs and people stay outside. >>> refed reverend al sharpton leading a conference outside the department of justice just a short time ago. >> trayvon martin had the civil right to go home and that was interfered with and violated. >>> the overnight protest that turned violent stomping on cars and breaking windows and setting fires and attacking people on t
MSNBC
Oct 19, 2015 3:00pm PDT
live, donald trump versus jeb bush. the back and forth over 9/11. george w. bush, america's national security and which candidate has the temperament to be commander in chief? joe biden could decide whether he's in or out in the next 48 hours. that's just hours before hillary clinton testifies before the benghazi committee. awkward timing? just maybe. and voters to the north heading to the polls today. will canada keep a leader called anti-muslim and a climate change denier? hello, i am richard wolffe. we start with breaking news at the end of another busy day on the campaign trail. any minute, donald trump will kick off a rally in anderson, south carolina. we are watching it to begin any minute now. trump will walk into the room with new momentum a brand-new nbc news/"wall street journal" poll shows he has more support than ever before. right now he has 25% a republican support. that's 1/4 of the vote. ben carson has 22%. marco rubio has 13%, ted cruz 9%, jeb bush 8% and carly fiorina has 7%. no other candidates tops 3%. the strong poll for trump comes amid a war of words and tweets
MSNBC
Jun 27, 2013 8:00am PDT
heard. also we've been paying very close attention, obviously to george zimmerman's demeanor in court through all of this. and he has been very stoic. there has not been a great deal of expression on his face at any point during this trial so far. so we'll continue to watch this and keeping a close eye on how the jurors are responding to this testimony. i've been told by our producers in the courtroom they are taking copious notes and watching the witness and attorney going back and forkts don west go back and forth like they are watching a tennis match. >> let's get back in the courtroom. don west is back asking questions. >> i'm asking the assistance of the state's -- we just want to -- >> warm up. it's warming up. >> i'm sorry, thank you. i don't know how long that will take. in the meantime i can just use this board. just for the record, state's exhibit 1 is being published and available for the jury to see during the witness's testimony. and may i inquire? >> yes, you may. >> miss jeantel, you see state's exhibit 1. it appears to be a map do, you not? >> yes, sir. >> i take
MSNBC
Jan 19, 2017 11:00am PST
, the former chief of staff for george w. bush. you were there for 41 leaving office. you were there for 43 taking office and leaving office. it's a privileged perspective to have, to see this transition of power up close and personal. talk to me about the differences -- orsame similarities f there are any, between donald trump taking over and when george w. bush took over? >> i bet there's a lot more similarity than people think. it's a remarkable moment in our civic history when we have this transition -- peaceful transition of power. it's a very abrupt event. the west wing is -- the day before the 20th is filled with the former president's people doing their jobs and everything. >> and their stuff. >> and their stuff. and they clear out at the end of business on the 19th, a little more business to finish on the 2 20th, but the carpet layers are there making the white house look like what the incoming president wants to be. it's very abrupt. all those people are out and the new team is in. in that respect, i think all presidential transitions are similar. >> but donald trump won't
MSNBC
Apr 10, 2012 11:00am EDT
that you face? even john kerry did better than george w. bush in 2004 on that issue, didn't help him in the end. it's not insurmountable to have a small deficit. it's these big deficits especially with independents, with women, especially in these swing states that is really hurting romney. he needs to close them everywhere, especially among those core groups. >> alicia, as we talk about what's going on in this economy and relating to average americans, most americans are revealing that they feel that this economy is still in a recession, and they blame president obama. 76% believe that this country is still lagging behind in a recession. we've moved beyond the bush administration, those four years are now the last, that is, belonging to president obama. so how much is that going to hurt the president come november? >> i think going into november, the president's team has been very clear that they know that the economy remains their greatest challenge. i think that's in part why you now see them talking about the buffett rule, pivoting to this conversation about the amount of taxes that
MSNBC
Nov 25, 2016 2:00am PST
president obama's transition, he requested extra briefings. president george w. bush got into a daily routine after the florida recount. >> there is nothing as important as these briefings for the president of the united states. if he discounts them, then, of course, it's possible there could be ramifications. >> reporter: in response, the trump transition team stressing national security is donald trump's top priority. one senior intelligence official cautions it's too early to draw broad conclusions with trump busy forming his administration. who will be named next? all eyes on secretary of state. the top contenders, new york mayor rudy giuliani and mitt romney, one of trump's biggest critics during the primary. >> donald trump is a phony, a fraud. >> reporter: one of trump's top advisers seemed to pick a side praising loyalty in past secretaries of state, a sentiment echoed by trump allies. >> i could think of 20 other people naturally compatible with the trump vision of foreign policy. >> reporter: meanwhile, yet another sign trump may be moderating after criticizing nato as a can
MSNBC
Dec 26, 2016 10:00am PST
. george michael. but we start here in florida, where president-elect donald trump is spending the holidays, kind of a working vacation, expected to be very quiet today and tomorrow, but picking up later in the week, as he keeps assembling the later -- and a potential fight. once congress gets back to work. over israeli people, folks on the start with some of the fallout here, from this rising tension clearly. president obama, i want to play you a bit of what ambassador dermer said. i don't think we have that sound at this point, kelly, but talk a bit about president-elect trump here at mar-a-lago kind of get involved. >> they believe they have evidence that the u.s. was behind, trying to engineer, choreography, push, that it sees as anti-israel. the administration says that's not true. and the results of this agreement h. rebukes vault for the -- the u.s. chose not to vote and also did not use its veto power, so that in effect allowed the -- he was brought in because he has a long personal relationship with netanyahu so when israel was not getting what it expected or wanted, they
MSNBC
May 18, 2012 8:00am PDT
183-page document dump includes photos of george zimmerman's injuries, which the police report shows consisted of a bloody nose and cuts on his head. we've also learned that sanford police concluded zimmerman could have avoided the encounter if he'd waited in his vehicle, as instructed, listening to how zimmerman's lawyer and the martin family attorney reacted to this conclusion. we heard them on the "today" show this morning. >> if he wouldn't have profiled trayvon martin and pursued him and confronted him, he wouldn't be in jail and more importantly trayvon martin would be living today. >> in every life event or experience, we can go back to one of the premises and say, had it not happened, had he not been going to the target store, had trayvon martin not been in the neighborhood, had he not got out of his car, we have to deal with what did happen and try to explain that away properly and in a courtroom. >> want to bring in kejts kofi, former federal prosecutor for the state of florida. i'm getting word, and we want to continue with this, but facebook has made its debut on the nasd
MSNBC
May 5, 2016 6:00am PDT
living former republican presidents george bush 41 and george bush 43 revealing they have no plans to back trump this fall. we'll have george w. bush's former chief of star andy card on this show later this hour. you'll want to stay tuned for that. also on the agejengendagenda, t stakes. >> he wants somebody with washington experience and somebody who can help him in deal with the issues with foreign policy and defense policy. >> trump says that john kasich is rapidly rising on his list of potential running mates. what kasich is saying about that and who else is and isn't in the mix to join the trump ticket. that's also ahead. >>> and hillary clinton with a new ad taking dead aim at her likely general election foe. >> i'd like to punch him in the face. everything i say and do folks, i do. >> we'll have exclusive new details on hillary's plan to defeat the donald from kristen welker. >>> we begin with our top story. republicans grappling with the reality of trump. party leaders all over the map yesterday sending some very mixed signals about how they'll deal with their party's likel
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Jun 28, 2013 8:00am PDT
george zimmerman. >> right, which is the direct opposite of what a witness testified yesterday when she said she believes she saw george zimmerman on top of trayvon martin. that's why you see the prosecutor going so hard against this witness. this is really the only witness -- no one saw this from beginning to end. it was dark outside. it was raining. all the witnesses that have come forward have is sort of added a little piece of the puzzle that the prosecutor is trying to put together but this witness, this witness is the most helpful one to the defense because he describes this ground and pound, and that trayvon martin was the one on top of george zimmerman giving him this beating that would justify george zimmerman having to use his gun to shoot in self-defense to save his life. >> ladies, i want to ask to you stand by quickly. daryl parks, the attorney for trayvon martin's family, we have mr. parks with us. sir, let me get your reaction to this witness and how trayvon martin's family is doing as this is now going into the 15th day. >> well the family is, they're listening. they
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Feb 20, 2017 11:00am PST
quote wonder what's next? baltics? i wonder if he would have done the crimea move under george bush or ronald reagan. that frustration is part of what we're seeing now as we try to figure out how to respond to the alleged invasion of our election system. >> do you believe that this president, though, has the appetite to really push back against russia? we have not seen him really say that so far. >> well, i think we'll have to see what he does, not just what he says. you know, i think the history of the last eight, maybe even 12 years with with vladimir putin is that he only responds to pretty serious actions. and it's not particularly moved by words. he's a trained kgb agent. if you read that book "the news are" it will show you the personal preoccupation he has with eliminating radical islamic terrorists and some bad things that have been allegedly done at his behest like poisonings. we have a serious character on our hands we need to deal with forcefully. >> that's a good deal. there are a lot of conspicuous and certainly shady circumstances surrounding a number of folks that have gone aga
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Jun 24, 2011 11:00am EDT
george behave so strangely? was he sexually abused as a child too? but jose baez doesn't have to prove that the pool theory is true, he has to let it be credible enough for the jury to say we don't really think that she drowned in the pool, but it gives us pause, reasonable doubt. >> will it will finished at the end of this week. >> if you go by what the lawyers are suggesting this case could and should be wrapped up by this week, but everything that's happening is different from what's been promised. i think we're going to hear a rebuttal case in the state, that's going to add at least a day or two, and the defense can put up what's called ed ed a surrebuttal. >> and the jurors have been sequest sequestered, they're not even allowed to go home and see their families. the judge is very sensitive about the time they're giving to the public interest here. so i think the judge is going to push the defense in particular to speed things along especially when it's getting to a point that we're hearing evidence that doesn't matter that much. >> we're going to hear testimony from the cou
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Feb 26, 2013 11:00am EST
who was killed one year ago today. an unarmed black teen was encountered by george zimmerman, an hispanic neighborhood watch volunteer in florida. what happened next is a matter of contention ever since. did zimmerman do it in self-defense or act as the result of racial prejudice? george zimmerman, whose defense fund is still raising cash, awaits for his trial that beginses on june 10th. trayvon's parents will begin for a vigil. joining me now are sabryna fulton and i know this is a tough day for tracy and sabryna. the attention in the case has certainly died down, since the height of it, as we witnessed that we all went through last year. you recently had had an opportunity to reflect on your son's death with jonathan capehart. you said that people in general trying to justify why this adult male went after this teenage, young man. you can't justify it. as you look back, what is justice to you at this point? >> initially our focus was to get an arrest and that's why they had so many rallies. i think if they initially arrested him for the murder of trayvon martin, we would not ha
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Apr 24, 2013 8:00am PDT
at the dedication of the presidential library for george w. bush tomorrow. we have this politico headline that jeb is battling bush fatigue saying he can check boxes needed to win the white house, money, resume and connection but he's also got a problem. his last name. obviously there's going to be press attention that goes around the dedication of the presidential library tomorrow. do you think that there really is bush fatigue? >> there's no question, thomas. the bush fatigue is a problem. i think clearly jeb bush is the leading candidate. there are other republicans. chris christie and others who are strongly considered in that group. jeb bush is a leader for a lot of reasons and yet the next nominee for the republican party is in a sense going to have to run as an anti-bush against some of the elements that not just the country -- members of the country, democrats and independents didn't like but some republicans didn't like. that's going to be very difficult if your name is bush. so that i think is going to be a big problem. how do you thread that needle? you run without dis
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May 6, 2016 6:00am PDT
administration. we had andy card, the chief of staff to george bush 43 on yesterday. he had some interesting comments about what he thinks donald trump needs to do now in terms that we say there is no relationship between trump and the bushes but this is what trump needs to do when it comes to the bushes. let me play that. you are saying it's possible, you aren't there yet but it's possible you'll support donald trump? is that fair to say? >> well, he's got to demonstrate a little bit of respect for the leaders of the republican party that made a difference to the world and helped lead the united states through some phenomenally difficult times. and ronald reagan, george h.w. bush and george w. bush were three presidents i worked for. i was a witness to how hard it is to be president of the united states and the tough decisions that have to be made. i want him to demonstrate a little sympathy, find some empathy and have the courage to be a leader that requires you to be the leader of all the people all the time without trying to be the most popular leader all the time. >> you are
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Jul 12, 2016 10:00am PDT
dallas. love field. air force one, just touching down. president george w. bush will be meeting all of the aforementioned here at the interfaith service, george w. bush's wife laura, live 20 minutes from where we sit in downtown dallas. both presidents are expected to speak. in addition to the two presidents, republican texas senator, john cornyn, i spent sometime spokei took sometime tk to him. he wanted to drop off a flag, a flag that he had flown a top the u.s. capitol a few days ago. i asked him what we wanted to hear, what he wanted to hear from president obama. >> we're all here to say is that the state of texas and our nation is united in our desire to not only have the difficult conversations we need to have with regard to race, but also, how really our support for the men and women in law enforcement is nonnegotiable item. >> senator cornyn, arriving with congressman james brown, from the houston area, who is standing next to him there. i'm also in attendance today, officers representing police departments from all over the country, including big cities like chicago, miami
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Mar 30, 2012 8:00am PDT
17-year-old trayvon martin. speaks out for the first time when george zimmerman's brother gives his first tv interview. >>> and the national organization for marriages strategy unveiled in secret documents to drive a wedge between blacks and gays. and target latinos in an effort to stop marriage equality. maggie gallagher joins me live with fred carg. whose actions led to documents being revealed. i'm thomas roberts. a lot on the agenda. 12 hours from now, millions of americans are going to be checking their lottery tickets. they're hoping to be the big winners of a jackpot the size which has never been seen before. the jackpot $540 million. the multistate lottery has rolled over 18 times since the last winner. that happened back in january. what would you do with all of that cash? >> i would quit this job. >> health insurance. >> we had a customer that bought 200 tickets, just one customer. >> we joke about winning and walking out of our office. >> nbc's stephanie gosk at a gift shop in bay own, new jersey, across the hudson river. have you seen a steady stream of poem coming in to
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Apr 20, 2012 11:00am EDT
 prosecution's case as well as acknowledges that the prosecution made that may be favorable to george zimmerman. for example, his apparent injuries, lacerations to the back of the head, were consistent with zimmerman's account of having his head slammed against the cement. there's other testimony that came in about the fact that apparently -- it's now going to become pretty clear -- that george zimmerman had some injuries as a result of it. another thing that i think may be just as important or many so is the fact that according to the investigator, he has no evidence to determine who threw the first punch. he said there was a confrontation. he said that he believes he could show that zimmerman was pursuing trayvon martin. but as to who threw the first punch, there is no evidence on that, around thnd that could be critical fact determining down the road or at some other point george zimmerman can establish a self-defense claim. those are things that would point to it. on the other hand, we heard the prosecutor bring out that george zimmerman may have said some things that appear to be
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Apr 12, 2012 8:00am PDT
, and here's what's on the agenda this morning. george zimmerman making his first court appearance before a judge in florida in just a couple of hours from now, charged with second-degree murder in the death of trayvon martin. zimmerman, as we'll see here in the mugshot from the seminole county sheriff's office, is expected to plead not guilty. we'll also see the 28-year-old for the first time in court today. but last night we saw him entering a jail with a jacket over his head. due to his notoriety he spent the night apart from the general population. and his new attorney talking to "today" about his client's mental state. >> for 45 days since the shooting of trayvon martin he spends his first night in jail. how is he responding to those new surroundings? >> well, just overall he's very stressed, very tired. it's been, as for the martin family, it's been a difficult several weeks for him. >> trayvon martin's parents called zimmerman's arrest a step towards justice. his mother describing the moment she heard that her son's killer would be facing charges. >> finally, the person that
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Jun 24, 2013 8:00am PDT
judge ruling temporarily that some members of george zimmerman's family and the martin family attorney, benjamin crump would have to leave the courtroom for opening statements because they are potential witnesses down the line. however, before court opened, martin's parents made their own emotional statement. >> i ask that you pray for me and my family because i don't want to any other mother to have to experience what i'm going through now. >> as we enter the courtroom today, and seeking justice for our son, we hold on to his smile, which strengthens us. >> joining me live from sanford is msnbc's craig melvin. already we're seeing drama unfold in this courtroom. obviously the defense is still in their opening remarks but the prosecution came out not holding back. >> no. not at all, thomas. in fact, you just played a snippet of that stunning opening and you take that and contrast it with what we've been watching over the past 10 or 15 minutes, don west, the attorney for george zimmerman, he started his opening statement with a knock knock joke. and then after the knock knock j
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Mar 30, 2012 11:00am EDT
endorsement by george h.w. bush to endorse the gop front-runner. >> i'm honors to have your endorsement and your support and the president indicated that we've been friends for some time. my parents were also friends of the president and the first lady and having your support means a great deal to me on a personal basis, a family basis, and also on a national basis. >> so that follows the endorsement of jeb bush. nbc's kelly o'donnell joins me from appleton, wisconsin. how are voters responding to endosment they've got friend their local hero, paul ryan? >> reporter: paul ryan is a popular figure among republicans here in the state, specially when the governor here scott walker has been under siege with the recall effort. the question is, what do endorsements mean in the big picture? certainly romney has lined up key endorsements from both the party's past and future with the president and current stars like marco rubio and paul ryan. hard to know how that factors in. it gives romg money more of a ce to focus less on gop rivals santorum and gingrich and paul and look into the general electi
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Sep 29, 2012 3:00pm EDT
george w. bush. also a romney supporter. matt, good afternoon to you, sir. >> great to be with you. >> is this the last best chance for governor romney? true or false? what do you think? >> i guess kind of true. it's a great opportunity. i think it's a big mistake for candidates, especially when they're running for president, to put all the marbles in a debate. because really what you want to do in a debate, is first of all, you don't want to be swinging so much for the fences that you make a lot of errors. i worked for president george w. bush, as you said, and in his first debate in 2004, a lot of people felt like he gave a subpar performance. and there's no question that we breathe some life into our opponents, and if president obama, who some have characterized as almost a messianic kind of figure, comes across as someone who does not have a real plan for second term, he could be looking at poll numbers that get even more tight. >> but if governor romney doesn't unveil some sort of grand plan for his first term, that won't move the needle at all either, will it? >> i really do disagre
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Sep 14, 2011 6:00pm EDT
the way, a chairman who was appointed by george w. bush, ben bernanke, and was a bleeding republican. secondly you hear in rick perry's statement an echo of what you hear from demint. what do they say is political, trying to stimulate the economy. demint said he was trying to buy votes. how, by making the economy work and putting people back to work. rick perry says it's treasonous. what are they doing? trying to make the economy work. it's just confirmation in my view that these people don't want to see the economy functioning. this notion that the federal reserve is doing something illegitimate, it's their mandate. the federal reserve has a statutory mandate to do two things. constrain inflation and promote kploimt. when the head of the federal reserve and others try to promote employment through the various monetary policies, there are limits to how they can do it. when they try to do it, perry says it's treason, it's in their statutory mandate. they are under something you will remember, gus hawkins, hubert humphrey, the humphrey-hawkins bill says the federal reserve is under man
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Jun 21, 2012 11:00am EDT
george bush actually did better, junior did better with hispanics. romney has got serious problems right now he is losing 20, 30 points, depending on the poll. he loses that bad, he cannot win some of these key battlegrounds. his problem is he got boxed in the primaries. he went far, far to the right. this is a key demo graph rick. he has to figure out a way to moderate. he can't, because as he moderates, he alienates those on the right and trying to plate tap dance and actual slit worst of all worlds because then it reconfirms the sreotype of this man that he doesn't have any core convictions. it is a terrible place for governor romney. >> boxed in at the bottom of mount everest but about to show up at naleo. gentlemen are i will ask you all to stand by for us, hang in a minute. we are going to get an update about this showdown looming on the house floor as gop leadership plans a contempt of congress vote next week for attorney general eric holder. republicans pledge the vote in this house will happen unless the president, holder and the justice department stop asserting executive
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Oct 23, 2013 11:00am EDT
remember with the george w. bush administration, it wasn't iraq that ultimately caused his downfall in terms of the public, the way the public viewed him, it was the catastrophe in katrina where the administration and the president looked incompetent. so this could have long-term ramifications. >> when it comes to talking about, again, amending our social contract in our country and allowing the uninsured to have access to affordable health care, it's a big, big lift. but all of this depends on curb appeal. and all of this depends on the youth of america actually getting involved to help lift the tide, so to speak, of making sure that people can afford the cost of this health care. so how do we attract young people if we lose their attention on this out of the gate thinking this is a hassle, it's not going to work. i'm hearing all these people saying it's just a disaster. >> there's a danger that you won't. my best guess is after a period of time goes by, and it could be quite a long period of time, the affordable care act will ultimately work out. it is the law of the land. but with t
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