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Oct 20, 2015 4:00am PDT
quote could have made a mistake with the actual hit. they did know it was coming. george tenet, the head of the
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Jul 15, 2013 6:00am EDT
nation's capital, out in full force, reacting to this moment. >> we, the jury, find george zimmerman, not guilty. >> reporter: in new york's times squa square, a solid showing of protesters united, arm in arm. one young man braved the sweltering heat in an all-black hoodie. but demonstrations in harlem turned into scuffles with police and reports of two people taken into custody. and in los angeles, mostly peaceful marches interrupted by protesters, throwing batteries, rocks, chunks of concrete, and a separate gathering on the 10 freeway shut down traffic. the lapd responding by shooting bean bags at demonstrators. in oakland, california, protesters were seen smashing a police car. demonstrations elsewhere were mostly peaceful. in sanford, florida, the anger was palpable in the goldsboro neighborhood, a largely african-american part of town. >> right now, i'm just too emotional. i'm just sick and tired. i'm just done. >> reporter: but community leaders were anxious to turn disappointment into constructive action. >> perhaps we can take this anger and move it into a positive vein, because
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Jul 16, 2013 3:00am PDT
exclusives for you. this morning, we are bringing you all sides of the george zimmerman story. first, we brought today you'll hear from prosecutors and their key witness and most importantly you'll hear from one of the jurors speaking out only to cnn in the hopes of helping people understand their verdict. >> this juror will tell you why some originally wanted to vote guilty, what changed their minds and what they decided about those key 911 tapes and what brought the six women to tears during their deliberations. it's a remarkable interview. >> we'll take what she says and put it through the filter analysis. we have jeffrey toobin, danny cevallos, sunny hostin and vinnie politan. >>> in addition we want to wrbrg you up to speed on a north korean ship seized by panamerican vessel. >>> gas bryces spiked 16 cents. we want to know how high they are going to go, that's coming up. >>> we're going to get to the exclusive interview wh the juror who only wants to be known as b-37 in a moment but first breaking news on the reaction to the verdict. overnight dozens arrested one camerama
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Feb 16, 2016 3:00am PST
hand. george w. bush hitting the trail with his brother jeb and firing back at donald trump's attacks. >> reporter: this morning senator hair reread taking aim at the republican leadership saying they will block anyone nominated by president obama replace antonin scalia. for the "washington post" op on ed, he wrote, if my republicans colleagues proceed down this path this act alone will define their time in the majority. thinking otherwise is fantasy. reid and mitch mcconnell have been trading jabs. party lines have been drawn. >> republicans are talking about the republican playbook. this is the playbook we should follow, the constitution of the united states. >> president obama has gotten two activists judges on the court. capable, intelligent justices but share deeply his philosophy. >> reid and other democrats are hoping the white house pick would be someone they would ordinarily support. to point out it is politically motivated because it is an election year. >> there's no exemptions for when a vacancy could tip the balance of the court. >> the process is under under way
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Jul 1, 2013 3:00am PDT
africa this week. george w. bush and his wife, laura, are in zambia on a humanitarian mission helping women there fight cancer. and robin is joining me from south africa. what did the former president have to say? >> reporter: well, as president mandela spends his fourth week in this hospital, i asked president bush and mrs. bush to reflect on what he means to them. >> sometimes there are leaders who come and go. his legacy will last for a long time. >> he is i think really an inspiration to people around the world and to a lot of americans. a figure that we watched from afar from the united states, and i have a lot of respect for him of course. >> he was quite tough on you. he criticized you publicly about the iraq war. >> he wasn't the only guy. it's okay. i didn't look at him any differently because he didn't agree with me on an issue. >> reporter: now, after 9/11, the bush administration stepped up surveillance programs. about that in mind, i asked president bush his reaction to the edward snowden leaks. do you think he's a traitor? >> i know he damaged the country. the obama admi
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Feb 17, 2014 3:00am PST
behind the trial. we have to and will take a look at the self-defense laws. and we speak to george zimmerman. he's never spoken about that night. can he answer the big questions about what happened and the issues about that case. >> another big issue this week, it's the weather. it's the winter with no end in sight, yet more snow, more travel delays and more headaches for millions from minnesota to maine. what is the forecast looking like this week? >> it's been a tough one. new york city the eighth snowiest since we've been keeping records. philadelphia and indianapolis now the third snowiest. the last thing anyone wants is more snow on the way. >> millions brace for another snowy blast headed towards new england. blizzard conditions in massachusetts caused winds up at that 50 miles an hour in cape cod. it's the endless bombardment of snow, sleet and ice seems unusual, it is. for many it's one of the snowiest winters on record, with snow on the ground in 49 states this weekend. post-recession city budgets are taking a hit after dealing with widespread water main breaks and doublin
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Oct 20, 2017 2:59am PDT
have former presidents barack obama and george w. bush both taking a rare step and speaking out about the divisive state of american politics. they didn't mention president trump by name, but they were talking about him. take a listen. >> the american dream of upward mobility feels out of reach by some left behind in a changing economy. discontent deepened and sharpened. partisan conflicts. bigotry seemed emboldened. poll tux seems to conspiracy theories and outright fabrication. >> instead of working together and getting things done together in a practical way, folks are deliberately trying to make folks angry. to demonize people who have different ideas, to get the base all riled up. >> all right. let's bring back john avalon and cnn presidential historian douglas brinkley. professor, let's start with the idea of when has this happened before. you have the last three gop standard barriers. you had romney, mccain, and george w. bush talking about this president in a way that doesn't show complete embrace or acceptance. you have president obama and bush coming out talking like this. s
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Jul 5, 2013 3:00am PDT
you with us on "new day." the prosecution planning a strong finish in the george zimmerman trial. in a fur hoew hours sybrina ful could be on the witness stand. the big question, can she identify her son's voice as the one crying out for help in those 911 tapes? remember, most of the all-female jury are mothers as well. cnn's george howell is live with more. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. that is exactly what prosecutors are banking on, that question, who would better know their child's cries for help better than a mother? they hope that resonates with the jury of six women, five of them, chris, mothers. >> reporter: it's been the cornerstone of the prosecution's case from the beginning, screams heard on the 911 audiotape said to be proof of who was the aggressor the night trayvon martin was shot and killed, that is if the screams can be identified. >> do you think he's yelling help. >> yes. >> what is your -- >> just -- there's gunshots. >> reporter: martin's mother, sybrina fulton, is expected to take the stand in the most emotional day in court yet. >> trayvon's mother i
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Sep 11, 2013 3:00am PDT
video of the confrontation between george zimmerman and his wife. take a look at this. the moment he's taken back into police custody if only for a short period. new details on just what haed and perhaps why. that's coming up. >>> up first, president obama pushing the pause button on syria, but he said he's not letting assad off the hook. the headline in the nationally televised address, the president told the nation he's willing to give diplomacy a chance in syria. let's begin with brianna keilar, live at the white house. good morning, brianna. >> reporter: when president obama said last friday in russia he would be addressing the american public last night, this isn't the argument he or the white house thought he would make. pulled between a war weary american public and his and the u.s.'s credibility, what was supposed to be a speech arguing for a military strike, instead became a speech aimed at buying time. from the east room tuesday night, president obama told americans why his administration is certain syrian president bashar al assad's regime is responsible for a sarin gas atta
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Jun 26, 2013 3:00am PDT
expecting bad news. >> thank you, very much. >>> george zimmerman -- was george zimmerman on a mission to clear out those he saw as suspicious from his florida neighborhood by whatever necessary. that is the prosecution's theory. their proof, emergency calls made months before his death as dramatic pictures stunned the courtroom yesterday. george howl is live with are month. every day seems to bring more dramatic details. what's the latest? >> reporter: absolutely. it was a very emotional day in the courtroom tuesday with some key turning points for the defense. some of the images are disturbing. the parents of trayvon martin had to leave the courtroom, leaving jurors and the public to see this, the lifeless body of their 17-year-old son, some images too graphic for tv. they were shown during the second of sergeant anthony rolando, who tried to perform cpr. >> were you able to get a pulse? >> no, sir. >> reporter: the state called on police crime state technician, diane smith. they saw the evidence she collected, like george zimmerman's handgun, clothing, skittles and the fruit
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Jun 24, 2013 3:00am PDT
. today is opening statements in the second degree murder trial for george zimmerman. he's charged in the shooting death of 17-year-old trayvon martin. george howell is live this morning with more. what are we expecting to hear today in court? >> reporter: kate, good morning. it all comes down to this jury, a panel of people who admit they may have seen bits and pieces of this case on television but have not yet made up their minds. when we look at our latest cnn/orc poll, a group like that is hard to find. take a look at these numbers. the latest numbers show the majority of americans believe there is some truth in the charges against george zimmerman. they believe 18% say definitely true. 44% say probably true. that is the court of public opinion. in this court, it will come down to facts. it will come down to evidence. and the ability of these attorneys to make their case. in the second degree murder trial against george zimmerman, the first thing jurors will hear, opening statements. attorney don west will open for the defense team. their goal over the next several weeks will be to co
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Jul 22, 2013 3:00am PDT
at home. one week after a jury acquitted george zimmerman, emotions are still running high. the president weighs in, but critics are attacking him for it. the latest on that. stay with us. (girl) what does that say? (guy) dive shop. (girl) diving lessons. (guy) we should totally do that. (girl ) yeah, right. (guy) i wannna catch a falcon! (girl) we should do that. (guy) i caught a falcon. (guy) you could eat a bug. let's do that. (guy) you know you're eating a bug. (girl) because of the legs. (guy vo) we got a subaru to take us new places. (girl) yeah, it's a hot spring. (guy) we should do that. (guy vo) it did. (man) how's that feel? (guy) fine. (girl) we shouldn't have done that. (guy) no. (announcer) love. it's what makes a subaru, a subaru. ♪ "first day of my life" by bright eyes ♪ you're not just looking for a house. you're looking for a place for your life to happen. the beach on your tv is much closer than it appears. seize the summer with up to 50% off hotels at travelocity. >>> welcome back to "new day," everyone. you're taking a look right now of live pictures outs
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Aug 29, 2013 3:00am PDT
week. when will it cool down? >>> shelly speaks. george zimmerman's wife in court speaking out saying her husband has beaten down her self-esteem and why she fears for her life. >> your "new >> your "new day" starts now. >>> good morning, welcome to "new day." i am proud to announce it is thursday, august 29th, 6:00 in the east. the president is calling for action against syria. el face questions about the end game strategy, the chance a quick strike leads to an all-out war and more. we'll talk to senator tim caine of virginia for more answers. >>> are you yawning and reaching for the coffee? a new sleep study is out from the cdc, shows how poorly americans are sleeping. prescription drug use to help with sleep on the rise. why are so many people having such a hard time sleeping and what can you do to get a better night's rest? i myself will be learning something in this. >> that's a big topic around this office. i will tell you. also, it is back to school time. kids hate it. check out mom, couldn't be happier, we are celebratory dance apparently an annual tradition is going vi
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Nov 6, 2015 3:00am PST
is george pataki. it's going to be less quippy. if you look back at the iowa polls, you get a sense of where trump is getting his support when you dive in on some of the issue kuos. if you look at how trump does on the economy, it's overwhelming the number of republicans who think that he is the one who's best able to handle that. 49% of republicans in iowa said he would be best on the economy. completely blowing away the rest of the field. now, if you dig into carson's support, you want to take a look at how he's doing on the social issues. 27% of republicans in iowa say carson would be best on social issues. everyone else who's even close to him is trailing by more than ten points there. trump, cruz, rubio, all in the teens. you sort of see a similar phenomenon playing out when you look at values, too. when you look at whose values are closest to yours, carson is one who leads the pack with 25% compared to 20% for trump. that's what i've heard when i've been talking to voters, too. they like carson, they like trump but they relate to carson more, closer aligned with their value. a
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Aug 19, 2013 6:00am EDT
. >> this classic cross fire is from 1988, months before george h.w. bush had selected dan quail to be his running mate. as you can see like everyone else at the time then senator quail had trouble figuring out who the new soviet leader was. >> let me answer that. i don't think he has been snookered. i'll tell you what i think this president feels. i think he feels that mr. gorbachev is a different kind of soviet leader. i think that is a mistake in judgment on the president. >> i guess in retrospect president ronald reagan's judgment was pretty good. [ male announcer ] a doctor running late for a medical convention loses his computer, exposing thousands of patient records to identity theft. data breaches can happen that easily. we don't believe you should be a victim of someone else's mistake. we're lifelock. we constantly monitor the web so if any of your personal information is misused, we're on it. ♪ ow. [ male announcer ] call 1-800-lifelock or go to lifelock.com today. >>> let's go around the world now starting in syria where a team of investigators from the united nations w
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Jun 13, 2014 3:00am PDT
george washington bridge scandal that embroiled the governors administration. christie had been seen and maybe is being seen as a possible 2016 presidential candidate. he was asked if he could hypothetically beat hillary clinton, he said yes in a danceoff. now, this was entertaining, folks, clearly. this was also clearly a deeply political dance from the very beginning. chris christie trying to put this whole thing behind him and move on. >> can you do anything that you would say is not deeply political? >> no, not like this. certainly not appearing on jimmy fallon who just lamb basted him with that bruce springsteen song before. going on this show and doing this dance is his way of trying to get beyond it with humor. >> a lot of politicians do it. but i don't know. i think hillary clinton could give him a run for his money. we've seen pictures of her dancing, right? >> the bar is low. >> yeah. >> but i'll tell you -- >> the three amigos. >> he looked good. the governor has been working on his fitness and weight for a long time. >> the more you can laugh at yourself, the more it diffuses
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Nov 20, 2013 3:00am PST
today's big events. >>> george zimmerman is out on bail, but not as free as he once was. two rulings from the judge that he won't like we'll tell them to you. where i work, over 400 people are promoted every day. healthcare starting under $40 a month. i got education benefits. i work at walmart. i'm a pharmacist. sales associate. i manage produce. i work in logistics. there's more to walmart than you think. vo: opportunity. that's the real walmart. afghanistan in 2009. on the u.s.s. saratoga in 1982. [ male announcer ] once it's earned, usaa auto insurance is often handed down from generation to generation because it offers a superior level of protection and because usaa's commitment to serve current and former military members and their families is without equal. begin your legacy. get an auto insurance quote. usaa. we know what it means to serve. (knochello? hey, i notice your car is not in the driveway. yeah. it's in the shop. it's going to cost me an arm and a leg. that's hilarious. sorry. you shoulda taken it to midas. get some of that midas touch. they tell you what stu
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Oct 27, 2017 2:59am PDT
silence. this is a really significant moment, i think. >> so that brings us to george h.b. bush, 93 years old, wheelchair bound. two women have come forward saying he was inappropriate with them. where are we on the spectrum? does he get a pass because he is 93 and wheelchair bound, or is this part of the large net we are now casting with a lot of people? >> as we said in our previous segment, this has really been a watershed moment for men who have, in a position of authority, exploited the money and the power to prey on young women who were not in positions of power for decades and decades. and the name harvey weinstein and the name bill o'reilly and ra roger ailes belongs nowhere close to the name george h.w. bush, a man who nobly served this country for so many years, has historically had account after account tpwrafbgly characteri graphically characterize. >> if he is making inappropriate jokes and grabbing women's rear ends, he that's okay in. >> it seems to me as somebody who is inclined to respect the bold patriotism of literally -- do i think grabbing women's years and maki
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Oct 31, 2017 2:59am PDT
longer allegations. george papodopolous, former campaign adviser, has pled guilty to lying. papodopolous has been cooperating with investigators for months, maybe even wearing a wire. >> it is a fact. how do we know? investigators have e-mails between former campaign chairman paul manaforte and rick gates. they were discussing the potential meetings. manaforte and gates are under house arrest because they pled not guilty to tax and money laundering charges, including conspiracy counts. a source tells cnn that president trump is seething because the probe is getting close, reaching former aides. while the white house is using a series of inaccuracies to distance himself from these men. jessica schneider is live in washington. probably the toughest day yet for this white house. and that's saying something. >> reporter: prosecutors indicate this is just the beginning. george papodopolous' play plooe was kept under wraps for weeks. while this plea deal did make a big impact, prosecutors warn, ominously, it's just a small part of what might come. special counsel robert mueller's office sealin
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Jul 3, 2015 3:00am PDT
donald trump's comments. the only person who has come out and demands that trump explain him is george pataki. he said join me stand-up now, denounce trump's comments today. margaret why aren't we hearing from jeb bush and cruz? >> jeb bush is married to a mexican woman? >> why doesn't he stand-up for it? >> why dignify this jerk's comments with a response? this guy is not a serious candidate. if i refute his comments suddenly i'm elevating him more. if i were in jeb's head that's what i think. my view as you know trump is going to flame out. he is here for a skinny minute. nobody likes him more than the media and the left to continue republicans being morons. >> i wish that were true. he's ranking in the polls. it's the hangover with the tea party to people enjoying a populous who says he's a truth teller but acting like a demagogue. they do the us against them. there's no more us against them than railing against the mexicans. >> why aren't people speaking out more? >> there's a fear of dignifying him and running into a confrontation. there are people in the republican party, i think
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Jul 19, 2013 3:00am PDT
george zimmerman verdict expected to ramp back up this weekend with rallies planned across the country as overnight the governor talks to protesters who have been staging a days long sit-in at the capitol. >>> exclusive report from the congressman caught tweeting the swimsuit model. thought she was his daughter but she wasn't. now there's another you'll never believe, what he said to a female reporter, we'll tell you about it. >>> she was one of scientology more high profile members. leah remeremeny has backed out her sister will tell us why. >>> the graphic photos of the boston bombing suspect bloodied and bruised moments before he was captured, sniper's lasers trained directly on his brain. the images stand in stark contrast to this "rolling stone" suspect that many said he looked like a star including the police photographer who leaked the picture. he said these images show the real boston bomber but now he's in trouble for that. jason carroll is here. >> the police officer is now under investigation but apparently that sergeant felt conflicted about releasing the photos. he
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Sep 9, 2015 3:00am PDT
the late show with stephen colbert. >> what ways do you politically differ from your brother, george? >> i'm obviously younger, much better looking. >> reporter: he touted forte, the budget. >> he should have brought the hammer down on the republicans when they were spending too much. they call me veto coroloni in florida. >> reporter: he is set to unveil his tax reform plan, laying out details in a new op-ed in the wall street journal with 4% economic growth. trump releasing another slam ad on instagram on tuesday, doubling down on attacks that jeb bush is low energy. >> too much energy? have low energy? >> they have an hsa in some countries. the norm ought to be -- >> jeb for all your sleeping needs. >> reporter: he plans to join forces protesting president obama's iran deal. in his own op-ed in usa today, trump blasts the deal calling it, quote, amateur hour. a sentiment he echoed tuesday night on fox news. >> i will re-negotiate that deal. that's what i do. that's what i do in life. >> reporter: he's weighing in on the european migrant crisis. >> i wonder where all these people a
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Jan 20, 2017 5:00am PST
be getting done. yes? >> definitely. he's been very gracious just as george w. bush was gracious to him. >> gentlemen, thanks for sharing the historical facts with us and the perspective. great to talk where you. >> we have much more of our inaugural coverage starting right now. >> we're goirj to have four incredible years. it's going to be something special. >> the truth is one minute after 12:00 he's going to be president. >> that was some victory. i think i outworked anybody whoever ran for office. >> or job is to be ready on day o one. >> the cabinet members are doing fantastic. i'm very proud of my picks. >> you'll know almost immediately there's a new sheriff in town. >> we're going to unify our country and make america great again. >> this is "new day" with chris cuomo and alisyn camerota. >> wow, look how beautiful our capitol looks on this historic morning. welcome. this is your "knew day." 8:00 here in washington, it's inauguration day in america, just four hours away from history. that's when our constitution says donald john trump gets sworn in as the 45th president of t
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Sep 20, 2016 3:00am PDT
. that was the re-election of george bush. you had a time of heightened fear and vulnerability. here i think there is a question of vigilance versus doing the kinds of things that trump is talking about, changing the immigration system, keeping muslims out, having a religious test, the kind of things he's talking about with regard to building a wall. this is going to have to be the subject of a real debate about what you do that's not being done when you have something that's both scary, an individual becomes radicalized, pulls off an attack, and very hard to track and apprehend. >> phil, there it is. therein lies the rub about their approach. one has a sober, understated approach. one has a guns blazing approach. and different voters can respond different ways, obviously, but in terms of -- donald trump says we're going to get them. we're going to get isis. at some point, maybe in the debate, are his feet going to be held to the fire about what does that mean, exactly how? >> well, people say he doesn't want to say what he's going to do because he doesn't want to tip off the enemy. th
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Nov 29, 2016 5:00am PST
outlawed flag brng. george h.w. bush also wanted to do away with flag burning, but the supreme court has disagreed. when they weighed in on this they said that the right to burn the flag is constitutionally protected under the first amendment so this is the kind of thing that could be far beyond donald trump's reach. chris? alisyn? >> sarah, thank you so much for all of that. let's bring in shawn duffy. good morning, congressman. >> good morning, alisyn. how are you doing? >> i'm doing well. do you want to weigh in on flag burning and whether or not this is a topic we should be dealing with today? >> i think there are a lot of other issues that the country cares about, but in regard to flag burning, i love my flag and i love what it stands for and i hate those who want to go out and burn it. >> yes. >> i think the court is probably right that we want to protect those people who want to protest and their right to actually demonstrate with disgracing our flag even though so many of us who love our country and love our flag object to it. i don't think we want to make this a legal issue so i
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Nov 10, 2016 5:00am PST
appreciated the way george w. bush's team handled that transition back in 2008. and 2009. it was smooth. it was professional. this is something the president spoke about again yesterday in the rose garden. >> i have instructed my team to follow the example that president bush's team set eight years ago and work as hard as we can to make sure that this is a successful transition for the president-elect. because we are now all rooting for his success and uniting and leading the country. the peaceful transition of power is one of the hallmarks of our democracy. >> now white house press secretary josh earnest says that it's too early to say what sort of impact trump's election will have on president obama's top policy pry or if is. but we know that trump ran on promises to undo much of obama's legacy. we can expect him to get to work right away on repealing and replacing obamacare. reversing some of the president's executive actions on things like immigration, and regulations of power plants. trump has also said he wants to withdraw from agreements like the iran nuclear deal, the tra
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Nov 2, 2017 4:00am PDT
country. schumer helped craft the bill signed into law by president george h.w. bush in 1990. but in 2013, schumer was part of a bipartisan group known as the gang of eight that pushed to end the diversity program. >> the president ought to stop tweeting and start leading. it's less than a day after it occurred. he can't refrain from his nasty divisive habits. he ought to lead. >> and venting his frustration at u.s. courts insisting they are too slow, too lenient. >> we have to come up with punishment that's far quicker and far greater than the punishment these animals are getting right now. because what we have right now is a joke. and it's a laughing stock. >> sarah sanders characterizing remarks when asked by reporters. >> he said the system of justice -- >> he said the process. he said the process has people calling us a joke and calling us a laughing stock. >> the president's comments and tweets starkly different from the mass shooting in las vegas that left 58 dead and injuring hundreds more. the president then dismissing the idea of discussing gun control as inappropriate. it
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Feb 3, 2014 3:00am PST
george washington bridge. erin pi erin mcpike joins us. >> reporter: we'll see if he takes questions on a new jersey "ask the governor" session. he pressed the case that wildstein just wants immunity and wants his legal bills paid for. what should have been a shining moment for chris christie and his state as hosts of this year's super bowl overshadowed by jeers. >> you've already heard enough speeches. >> reporter: governor, is there any truth to the allegation? >> reporter: former port authority david wildstein carried out the lane closure on the bridge. the bottom line, the e-mail reads, david wildstein will do anything to save david wildstein. even the democrat leading the new jersey legislature's investigation was skeptical. >> the use of the words "evidence exists" as opposed to saying i have documents or i have an e-mail, it's a curious choice of words so it raises questions about what does he have and why doesn't the committee have it? >> reporter: high-profile republicans defended christie saying there's no reason he should stop helping his colleagues. >> i don't think he shoul
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Jun 17, 2013 6:00am EDT
of questions surrounding just how this began. cnn's george howell is live from colorado springs. george, of course, welcome to "new day," but to the serious news, how is it looking? what are you learning this àmorning? >> reporter: kate, good morning. yeah, an arson investigator is d8here along with other officia. arson iáhjáju$e many possibilities that they're looking into, as they consider this area a crime scene. there is some good news, though. just yesterday we got this update it's now at 65% containment. that's great news, and we got that just after a big rain shower. we could see that number go up again today. the focus right now, kate, is for these firefighters to hold the perimeter, and go into the fire, find any hot spots, and put them out. >> george, you're talking about 65% containment. that's a big jump from over the weekend. weather was not cooperating last week. was it weather, or were the firefighters just finally able to get in front of it? >> reporter: it was a combinatrjz of both. on friday we got this big rain shower, and then saturday the same. that helpe
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May 22, 2017 5:00am PDT
senator george mitchell will join us as well. at bp's cooper river plant, employees take safety personally - down to each piece of equipment, so they can protect their teammates and the surrounding wetlands, too. because safety is never being satisfied. and always working to be better. >>> we've been following this all morning long for you, this is the pat rifg at tresident are church of the holy sepulchre. this is one of the most important places in all of christianity. he will go from one of christianity's most holy sites, he will walk then to the western wall, and that is the holiest site in all of judaism. so joining us now to help us understand the significance of this visit and these sites is former senator george mitchell. he was the special u.s. envoy to the middle east under president obama. he's also the author of "a path to peace: a brief history of israe israeli/palestinian negotiations and a way forward in the middle east." senator, i can't imagine a better guest to help us understand the significance of this. tell us what you see as you watch these live pictures. >> i think i
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Mar 3, 2017 5:00am PST
were to look at the obama administration or the george w. bush administration, how many people in those times had contact with russians? yes, the russians are our adversary, but we are working with them in certain areas. so there's always going to be contact between government officials and russia. i think the problem is we're making this a partisan activity, and we should be focused on how do we prevent -- how do we fully understand what the russians were trying to do to manipulate our elections, how do we respond to those types of things in the future? how do we work with our allies to make sure this kind of stuff doesn't happen in france and in germany and places like that. >> i know there's a political price for taking positions on this kind of stuff, but do you believe this is a witch hunt, looking at all these people? that's what the president has called it. that's what some of his supporters are calling it. or do you believe there are real questions here that go to the role of administration officials and any coordination or simple contact with russia during that period? >>
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a statement over the weekend saying his fair well dates back to the tradition started by george washington in 1796. an opportunity for the outgoing president to thank his supporters for the journey of the last 8 years. he also put out a series of tweets over the weekend with his accomplishments while in office including the affordable care act clean energy and the tackling of the financial crisis. all of this as a president continues to try to seal his legacy expected to meet with congressional democrats in an effort to push back at efforts by republicans to repeal the affordable care act. all of this t importance of it really underscored by the incoming press secretary that said over the weekend that donald trump as expected with sign a series of executive orders to try to get rid of many of the regulations that president obama put into place. back to you. >> thanks so much. lots to discuss now. let's bring in cnn political analyst and washington sports. >> david we just heard him talking about what he had to say over the weekend essentially saying the trump administration is g
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great grandmother is george washington's aunt. within a few days i went from knowing almost nothing to holy crow, i'm related to george washington. this is my cousin george. discover your story. start searching for free now at ancestry.com >>> so there is this new book called "shattered" and it gives an in-depth look on hillary clinton's presidential campaign and includes stunning details on why and how she lost to donald trump. earlier we spoke to the authors about why the campaign manager strategy won out over bill clinton's? >> he comes from this newer generation of people so focussed on data and the efficiencies created by data and what they found was most efficient was to try to turn out people that already supported her and what was harder to do was to persuade people that weren't with her. so they abandoned a lot of the door knocking that you would normally do. look, there is room for art and science in politics. >> let's bring in jason miller, the senior communications advisor for the trump campaign. i'm sure he delights in the details of this book. and cnn political contrib
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space twin gave me. >> george lucas also reacting and saying she is extremely smart, talented actress, writer and comedian with a very colorful personality that everyone loved. in "star wars" a great and powerful princess. feisty, wise and full of hope in a role that was more difficult than most people might think. >> obviously, we're going to talk a lot about her and her legacy and what she leaves behind. her daughter, billy, also an actress. we'll also speak with two of her "star wars" co-stars. both men live with us in our 8:00 a.m. hour. >> i can't wait for that conversation. >>> president-elect donald trump tapping a former bush aide as a top counterterrorism and reignited the battle of who will. let's turn now to senior washington correspondent live at mar-a-largo estate with more. good morning, jeff. >> good morning, don. as donald trump is rounding out his cabinet, only two positions left to fill which could come later this week. he is also looking ahead to his presidency now just 23 days away. as he does that, she is till tu -- among an extraordinary back and forth with staff
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attack. they believe it was around 2:00 or so that he left the home depot and drove across the george washington bridge and drove onto the west side highway and then went into the bike path and unleashed his attack. so they are starting to build this time line. now the key for them is who is he communicating with? they now believe it to be the case. it is preliminary. they just don't have any other facts to say that he was talking to anyone overseas. the key for them is going to be was he self-radicalized and also his other ties. he has ties to tampa. he has ties to ohio. so authorities have been working through the night to make sure there aren't any connections there we need to worry about and hopefully later today he will likely be charged and we should hear more information when they hold a press conference around 11:00 this morning. >> all right. thank you very much. let us know what you learned. let's bring in phil mudd. he came out of the vehicle. he had a note that supposedly pledged some type of devotion to isis. you say not so fast, why? >> i'm saying i'm more cautious. i wa
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on display. it dates back 228 years to the nation's first president, george washington. sworn in, in new york. it happens at the capitol which is all lit up for us this >> behind us >> good morning, john. this is where the historic moments will that historic moment will happen. they're still making a flur ri of last minute dhachanges where will take the oath of office. i have the official program and official invitation for the festivities today. you can see the presidential code of arms in gold right there on the top. when trump is sworn in, he will have his hand placed on two bibles. one that will be president lincoln's bible also used by president obama in 2009 and also a more personal bible. one from his childhood given to him when he was only 9 years old by his mother and then he will go on to make the most important political speech of his life. one he largely wrote himself. this is more of a personal speech. they say a sincere speech about what it means to be an american and kicking off the festivities last night at the lincoln memorial trump gave a small hint on the tone
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verified and certified. al gore himself called to concede that race in 2000. he called george w. bush and congratulated him for being the victor and called back and retracted the concession. >> but kellyanne -- >> and we went on for six weeks. >> right, but that's the problem though is that we all do know what happened in florida and this is different. donald trump is saying right now with weeks to go, i think it could be rigged against me. so, i'm not going to say i will respect it. that's not what happened in 2000, as we both know very well. there was an auto recount triggered. there was a legitimate issue as to who had won the state in a context where we knew at the time that the popular vote was against then governor george bush. and it was a state that was run by the gop at the governor and secretary of state level. it was george bush who wound up having to appeal to the supreme court to decide the matter. and when they did, that's when al gore took the step of conceding the race. this is not an analogy to that. this is donald trump saying, if >> i disagree. >> you can disa
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deaths now. president obama has now approved emergency federal assistance. cnn's george howell is live in boulder, colorado, covering all the latest. look at the water rushing behind him. good morning, george. >> reporter: kate, good morning. as long as you see what we're seeing here, we're talking about these fast rushing streams of water that are cutting off entire communities, people are fighting to keep the floodwaters out of their homes, as long as this continues to play out here in boulder, the more dangerous the situation becomes. overnight, residents along boulder creek were warned to get to higher ground for fear of this. fast-mosting water carrying dangerous debris, steadily rising, emergency crews struggled with relentless rain throughout the night. as historic flooding has devastated the area around boulder, colorado. rescuers spent thursday evacuating the worst-hit neighborhoods, getting people and pets to safety. in lyons, officials describe the scene as a 500-year flood. many residents were urged to stay in their homes. dramatic scenes played out across the region,
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certificate. we also learned this weekend in jon meacham's new book, 836-page biography of george h.w. bush that trump was interested in the vp slot. a southeastern yore adviser came to him and said that he'd be great, trump says. it didn't go much further than that. chris, alisyn. >> how much further does it have to go? let's discuss. we have jackie kucinich and political anchor at new york one, errol louis. let's keep going with donald trump. what was our feeling about how he did this weekend? errol louis, did you think it was worth it, different, what's the plus/minus? >> it was probably worth it for him. i didn't think it was all that funny. the cast didn't really go at him. the jokes weren't that interesting. comedy is personal. i personally didn't find it funny. >> is it because he wasn't approving some skits? why didn't they go after him more. >> i don't know. when they went after sarah palin really hard. trump if you think they have a liberal sensibility, not their kind of guy, they just happened not to go after him. i think, though, it didn't do much for him. i'm trying to im
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they actually played a football game despite the cold. george, what's the situation? >> reporter: yeah, that little football game between the packers and 49ers, the 49ers won. 77,500 fans who were in that stadium watched it. thousands of others came out here to tailgate and it was tailgating unlike anything i've seen, chris. you bring out the frozen burgers, the brats, but what about frozen bots of beer? it was an unusual problem people had out here. right now it's probably as warm as it will get and it's getting colder. >> brute live cold arctic air is spreading a deep freeze over half the country. the frigid blast forcing schools and government offices to close from the north to deep south. >> the temperatures we're talking about are deadly. this is a combination unlike anything we've seen in a long, long time. >> reporter: nearly 140 million people will experience wind chill temperatures of zero degrees or below by wednesday, temperatures the country hasn't seen in decades. in fact, chicago, st. louis and atlanta are all colder than anchorage, alaska. >> their conditions are v
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, missouri, where cnn's george howell is standing by. good morning, george. >> reporter: chris, good morning. this time yesterday the water would have been well over my head, enough to devastate this community, this hidden valley trailer home. you can see enough force to move an entire trailer home and right now all eyes are right here on the water, the turkey creek. again you see it's a raging river at this point and people here worry that it could rise with more rainfall. evacuations and rescues continued in missouri, where flash flooding has claimed two lives. the most vulnerable, children and the elderly. the currents were so strong that it forced this construction crane up onto an already saturated landing. in tennessee, it was a devastating scene, with people helpless on rooftops. in davidson county dozens had to be rescued, including this young girl, and just take a look at this building in nashville. it literally broke in half under the pressure of a nearby overflowing creek. on the highway cars were left drifting in the current, and then this fire fighting scene, two firefig
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college campuses and her message for that man, george will, the writer of that column. >>> and "inside politics," look at this, a check from president obama made out to the u.s. treasury. why does the mesh president think he owes the government money? for the evert time.. she let him plan the vacation. off the beaten path: he said trust me: he implored alas, she is beginning to seriously wonder why she ever doubted the booking genius planet earth's number one accomodation site booking.com booking.yeah! lactaid® is 100% real milk? right. real milk. but it won't cause me discomfort. exactly, no discomfort, because it's milk without the lactose. and it tastes? it's real milk! come on, would i lie about this? [ female announcer ] lactaid®. 100% real milk. no discomfort. and for more 100% real dairy treats you'll 100% enjoy look for lactaid® ice cream and lactaid® cottage cheese. live in the same communities that we serve. people here know that our operations have an impact locally. we're using more natural gas vehicles than ever before. the trucks are reliable, that's good for business
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right there. >>> and george zimmerman putting the gun that killed trayvon martin up for auction. this happening in just hours. so what does he plan to do with these proceeds? details next on "new day." trugreen presents the yardley's. ♪ ♪ sfx: leaf blower dad! sorry. this is more than a lawn. this is a trugreen lawn. live life outside with trugreen, america's #1 lawn care company. spring is on. start your trugreen lawn plan today. trugreen. live life outside. kind of like this look. i'm calling it the "name your price tool" phase. whatever. >>> the deadly explosion at a fertilizer plant in texas three years ago was no accident. federal investigators now say someone intentionally set the fire that triggered the blast. who did it and why is still a mystery. 15 people were killed. 500 homes were destroyed in the town of west. that is near waco. >>> a police officer faces federal civil rights charges. michael slager indicted in the shooting death of walter scott aft. he claimed he fired after scott came at him with his police taser. video showed scott running away. >>> george zimmer m
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. he's rewritten the playbook. >> all right. so -- and then how about him saying, trump said to george stephanopoulos the other gday, what's your expectative tax rate? he said, none of your business. thumbs up, thumbs down on taxes? >> i think thumbs down. reince priebus is right it didn't hurt him in the primaries but now we're seeing a much brighter spotlight now that only two candidates are left in the race and in addition a lot of reporters will work on this story. even if donald trump doesn't come forward and release, we're going to find out things about his finances. if there's something there, if there's not something there, why isn't he releasing this? if there is something there, i think we're going to get an inkling of what it is. >> dovetails with this next idea. the false identity thing, making phone calls or not, depending which side you're on, it's not that big a deal until he goes into denial mode. we know the tape. skip that. this is a new piece of entry. let people see what the "people" magazine editor part of this back then had to say about it. >> sure. >> you outed h
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weekend to raise money and eyebrows including from her host george clooney who called the amount of money raised at his fund-raiser obscene and bernie sanders returning to brooklyn. bernie sanders hammering hillary clinton for ties to wall street. >> you cannot have a super pac raise many millions of dollars from wall street or special interests and then tell the american people with a straight face that you're going to stand up to the big money interests. not true. >> reporter: the vermont senator is ramping up his attacks on her campaign donations. clinton spent some of weekend in california raising money for herself and other democrats with two events hosted by george clooney. v.i.p. ticket prices hit over $353,000. a group of sanders supporters were showering her motorcade with 1,000 $100 bills saturday. clooney saying he understands. >> obscene am of money. ridiculous we should have this kind of money in politics. >> reporter: sanders placed clooney's honesty quipping the actor is backing the wrong horse. >> so long as you have candidates like secretary clinton dependent on cam
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carroll, thank you. well, jeb bush has said he's firmly never trump, but his older son, george p. bush, is breaking with his dad and his family. in a meeting with texas gop activists, he's now urging republicans to back donald trump in order to stop hillary clinton from winning. cnn's jessica schneider joining us with more. >> reporter: yeah, it's a major break in message for the bush family. george p. bush acknowledging that his push to get behind donald trump is a complete flip from his father jeb's stance. but nonetheless, when the 40-year-old land commissioner stood before the crowd, he stressed they must get behind the nominee. >> it's a bitter pill to swallow. but you get back up and help the man that won, and you make sure that we stop hillary clinton. >> and george p. bush there referring to team bush. his father jeb battled in a bruising primary with donald trump and is adamantly stated he will not be voting for trump in november. donald trump, of course, unleashed a barrage of bashes against jeb bush throughout the primary and beyond. most memorably, calling him a low-e
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know more. >>> a second website says it is pulling the plug on george zimmerman's attempt to sell the handgun he used to kill trayvon martin back in 2012, hours after the first listing was pulled from another site. our mission, esteem the second amendment and provide a second and safe platform for law i biding citizens. our association with mr. zimmerman does not help us achieve that objective. despite that statement, zimmerman's auction page is still on the website. next hour we will get reaction from benjamin crump, the attorney for trayvon martin's family. >> you've spoken to george zimmerman. a unique insight into what makes this guy tick. >> this is something from the outside that benefits nobody. right? i would argue not even zimmerman, but to understand as we were talking about yesterday, why would he do something like this? he sees himself as a victim, and somehow that in this mind it's become a righteous cause for him, that somehow by throwing this in the face of people he's somehow justifying that what he did all along was okay. and now he's seeing what happens when he d
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