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Aug 29, 2015 6:00am PDT
'90s. in fact, go back to george wallace when he took votes away from democrats. i think trump has some staying power here and he's got the money to stay in and the rest of them can't find oxygen. >> michelle bernard, does he have enough saying power to ultimately capture the gop nomination? >> i don't think he has enough staying power to ultimately capture the gop nomination, but he has enough staying power to continue to do a lot of damage, at least some people would say damage, other people would say that what is happening within the republican party because of donald trump is a good thing. and what we're seeing is donald trump quite frankly might be the product of a republican party that didn't the electorate. and thought when voted in repeatedly their constituency wanted republicans to come into office and basically be in charge of making sure nothing happened during the presidency of barack obama. and so many republicans are saying, we are tired of you promising this and this and this and absolutely nothing happens. we want a candidate who is not a candidate. we want someone
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Feb 13, 2016 3:00pm PST
got a statement in from former president george h.w. bush. the appointment of antonin scalia to the supreme court was states. i considered him a personal hero and barbara and i were honored to call him a friend. our hearts break today for our country, but especially for his wife maureen az his nine children and extended family. his death is a great loss to all of us. david gergen obviously he was appointed in '86 and he was on the court under former president george h.w. bush. as he mentioned at the end of the statement, no politics here, just the man, the legacy, the father of nine, the grandfather of 28. >> unbelievable, isn't it? first of all, i think the george h.w. bush statement is the most eloquent we've had. captured the spirit of the man. that has all the ring of someone who is bringing his own personal expression. this was not written by a speech writer and just handed to him. it's something he really felt. and i think that captured the spirit of a lot of people who thought the world of scalia because they thought he was the champion and standing up against, and pushing th
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Jul 11, 2015 3:00pm PDT
trail. >>> governor george pataki who unlike other gop hopefuls hasn't been afraid to call out trump on his brash remarks. >> governor you were the first of the republican candidates to condemn donald trump for those comments he made about mexicans since then, he seems to have gained traction. why? >> >>. >> obviously, he's gotten enormous press out of this there is a sense of frustration about illegal immigration and we have to control the border. so many illegals who have committed crimes have been released from detention. last year alone, the obama administration released over 30,000 illegal immigrants who had been charged with crime. so there is enormous frustration over those elements. i don't think it's because of his attack on memexicans i think it's because a great many want to seal the border and deal with criminal illegal aliens. i do too by the way. >> you've confronted donald trump, do you think jeb bush will riou the day he did not do so to the extent george pa tack question has. >> you guys are the political experts. i don't know who's going to riou what day. i was neve
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Jun 27, 2015 3:00pm PDT
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May 2, 2015 6:00am PDT
be very very careful about the balance she's running. >> you represented george zimmerman in the trayvon martin case. in that case many legal ek experts from the you side looking in said there was overcharging in that circumstance. was there overcharging in this case as far as you you can determine today? >> well, you know, in the zimmerman case i think the prosecutor, i and other people believe that she overcharged it to sort of quell the concerns that she had with the african-american community and because it was an election year. that turned out to be true. in this case i think the prosecutor took a very aggressive stance in charging six cops. now, look at it from the outside. she said six out of six cops of guilty of a crime. that's extraordinary. and to do that i think, is a true statement. she needs to be very careful. i think she's allowed to be aggressive in her prosecution. that's what she's done. she's given herself a lot of room to negotiate with some of the lesser charged, even maybe for the most serious charged individual to plea him down. but it is again, a very del
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Oct 17, 2015 6:00am PDT
freedom coalition and was a senior adviser to george w. bush's campaigns in 2000 and 2004. ralph, thank you so much for not walking out as you were in the greenroom while i was interviewing a pimp. i appreciate that. >> no problem. good to be with you. >>> do you have an embarrassment of riches that is actually problematic? there are so many individuals on that republican stage who is acceptable to evangelical christians. >> it's a problem, but it's a good problem to have. the kind of problem that most constituencies would love to have where you have in this field and i hesitate to start naming names because i'm going to leave somebody out, but at the beginning, of course wraalk has gotten out. you had ted cruise, mike huckabee, bobby jindal and jeb bush, catholic converts. marco rubio is a devout roman catholic. and i could go on and on. i don't want to leave anybody out. i hesitate to even begin naming. but i would argue and this is my 10th presidential cycle of engagement that you have more committed men and women of faith, devout faith, either evangelical protestant or faithful obse
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Aug 13, 2016 3:00pm PDT
. but go too far in placating your base, you may as well not run. in 2004, george w. bush lost montgomery county to john kerry 44% to 56%. and lost the state. in 2008, 60% of the county's voters went for barack obama and he won pennsylvania. he held the state four years later when he took 39% of the county. you have to resist the temptation to apiece the loudest voices. what excites your base won't work here, even if it draws crowds. the week before their elections, both romney and george w. bush played to big crowds in suburban bucks county, but both lost the state. yard signs don't vote, suburban philadelphia does. and we pick presses. joining me now, mitch stuart, director for obama for america, in 2012 and former georgia congressman, jack kingston, a trump supporter. congressman, i'll give you the first word. they say all politics are local. and i just described in detail what's going on in my backyard. in your home state of georgia, which ought to be in donald trump's category, he is struggling. why? >> reporter: >> well, i don't really believe he is struggling. i'll tell
CNN
Dec 5, 2015 6:00am PST
course, was a senior adviser to george w. bush. he previously was involved in more than 75 campaigns for president, governor, senator. and he's just published a very relevant book. "the triumph of william mckinley, why the election of 1896 still matters." i'll react to the book in a moment. react to my commentary. >> i think you're right. the initial response was to fall back into the old pattern. but let's realize, is this not the old pattern. this san internationally inspired act of terrorism inside our borders. we had people who appear to have been radicalized over the internet. there may have been some seeds planted in miss malik's background, her upbringing in pakistan and in saudi arabia. and pack citiz in pakistan, it appears when she graduated from college in an area known to have sectarian strains, that she destroyed her personal computer telling family members that it contained personal information on it it. maybe the seeds of radicalization were there. but this is not an issue of gun violence or workplace violence. this is an act of terrorism inside our borders. and we should
CNN
Nov 19, 2016 6:00am PST
dysfunction, a guide for unaroused voters, oh my. and former writer for president george w. bush ned ryan. ned, you get the first shot. respond to my words. am i mistaken when i say i'm looking for a president-elect to be more inclusionary? >> well, here is the deal, first of all, i think people are understanding that trump meant what he said when he was running for office. now he won and he's going to put people in places that he thinks are going to advance what he wants to see accomplished. i think you said something interesting, michael. you said i'm going to give trump a chance not from his words but from his action. for example, jeff sessions, i think people will be pleasantly surprised if they start to look at jeff sessions actions when he was a u.s. attorney and attorney general of alabama. he was pushing for desegregation of schools. his case against the son of the clansman that murdered a young blackman as attorney general eventually led to breaking of the back of the kkk in alabama. he was one of the only republicans to vote for eric holder as attorney general. i mean, he was an advo
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Nov 19, 2016 3:00pm PST
president george w. bush and currently professor of corporate law at the university of minnesota. if president-elect donald trump were to call you and seek your counsel as to how to get his business affairs in order before he's inaugurated, what would you say to him? >> well, i would recommend that taking a lot of these holdings and put them into companies that could go public with an initial public offering with the registration statement that takes a few months to prepare but that could be done and then the shares could be sold for cash, and he would have a lot of cash there if he's worth what he says he is and several billion dollars and then that cash could be invested in mutual funds and/or in treasury securities or put in a blind trust and invested by the trustee investment that he wouldn't know about when he's president so he could focus on his job. >> but he's going to say to you a couple of things. why should i be penalized now that i'm president? why shouldn't my kids be the beneficiaries of my hard work and probably also say that the value is tied to me and if i'm no longe
CNN
Jul 11, 2015 6:00am PDT
what was done to george herbert walker bush in 1992 to syphon votes, giving donald the trump card. here's michael cohen, the executive vice president of the trump organization and special counsel to donald trump. michael, thank you for being here. you heard my critique the floor is yours to respond. i hope you tell me how you believe believe. >> donald trump is not somebody who is going to cow-tail to anyone. right now he's leading the polls. and if he's not leading the poll in a specific state, in all fairness he's number two. and he'll be on the stage for the debate and have his voice horde heard. >> i agree with mr. trump that the fact that the man who apparently murdered this woman was able to break into the united states. i think the number is five times proof of our problem with poorest conditions at the border but here's the wish shoe. i tried to distort some of the facts. "the washington post" in looking at his public statements. if you have fact checkers out there saying he's not telling it straight. >> he is speaking from the heart and is speaking straight. the politicia
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Aug 2, 2014 6:00am PDT
two hours of deliberations, george tenet came out of the room and said no, they decided not to do it. >> why? >> what george told me and general gordon, who was the deputy. they were afraid some shrapnel would have hit a nearby mosque. it was the middle of the night. it would not hit anybody. >> was the director upset? >> he is a terrific actor. he was upset, but i think at the same time, we found out since on almost all of the occasions, he was telling the president that the intelligence wasn't good enough. i have never for myself have been able to figure out how good does intelligence have to be if you are attacking a man you believe is using nuclear weapons against the united states. >> this is post tanzania and kenya. is it preceding the call? >> it is after the current director of intelligence john brennan prevented an opportunity to kidnapped osama bin laden in may of 1998. the democratic party is rife with people who are just reluctant to defend the united states if it means killing some of their fans overseas. >> if there were ten opportunities to kill osama bin laden in t
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May 2, 2014 6:00pm PDT
republican national finance chair under ronald reagan and george herbert walker bush, joining me now, as a garden state resident i said if this was a guy who would be on the fence as between governor christie and bush, that doesn't bode well for governor christie, does it? >> i think that many people who know the governor well also know governor bush well. i think there is a lot of overlap in the republican party. people have been involved for a long time with president bush. and with -- and with george w., and now with governor christie. and so on one level it is a blessing. we have competent, qualified people who may choose to run for president. i think that is an exciting thing, actually. >> it is my perception of you, as a guy who wants to win. i mean, really isn't that what a party is about? to win, not be an ideological vessel. i look at you as an old guard, the mainstream republican, that wants to wrestle control within the gop. am i overstating it? >> no, i don't think so, i think the simple truth is whether you're to the left of the spectrum or to the right of the spectrum, you'
CNN
Aug 1, 2015 3:00pm PDT
personally? america knows you as george zimmerman's attorney. >> i see it as along the same spectrum. look i did my best as advocate on george zimmerman's behalf i do that for every one of my clients. i've had opportunity to talk about race in the criminal justice system for three years because of the platform it's given me. now i represent the debose family as i represent other black victims of police violence the past several years, two pending now. and i enjoy it. i consider it an honor that i'm being trusted by the dubose family to do the best i can on their behalf. >> mark o'meara, thank you as always we appreciate your expertise. >>> a prognostication for how donald trump finally leaves the blit call arena. we call ourselves the freedom hikers. hiking brought us together but that's not the only thing that keeps us coming back. here's to friends who reach for better. fewer carbs, fewer calories, superior taste. michelob ultra. the superior light beer. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ isn't it beautiful when things just come together? build a beautiful website with squarespace. if you want a pain
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Dec 6, 2014 6:00am PST
awards for military service that you initiated a law along with your wife pam, president george w. bush signed it into law, unfortunately it went to the supreme court of the united states and they said hey, there is a first amendment right to lie. so what about this guy, because i know the law was then retooled. how does it treat him? >> well, first of all, thank you for having me on today, michael. good to be on tv with you for a change. but i want you to understand there's two types of stolen valor. one type of stolen valor when you put on a uniform or wear a medal. that has always been against the law. the stolen valor act was signed by president bush and redone and passed in 2013, is section 704 of title 18 u.s. code. that addressed verbal claims primarily to address people like the district judge in illinois who had too medals of honor hanging on his courtroom wall, couldn't be prosecuted because he wasn't wearing them. the issue with mr. yeatman is he was wearing three awards which is very rare, which is covered under section 04, if, and this is the caveat with that redone bill wh
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May 20, 2017 3:00pm PDT
that quickly if you can. >> michael, you know this. george jujikos, because you've done advance as well, he's a terrific advance guy, director of white house advance. he created all of the rallies last year in the campaign. he's probably been hard at work in the last few weeks putting a book like this together. this is hundreds of pages long with every site diagram and scenario that they're going to face. you're right, you don't do a nine-day trip first, beginning with a 15-hour flight. you go to vancouver, go to mexico city. this time i think you had to get it started at some point. for trump i think he will get comfortable with the opulence of the trips, get comfortable with the presidential and royal suites like at the ritz-carlton in riyadh. maybe he will say this is better than hanging out in the west wing all day. >> hey, josh, quickly, i hope you can see it on this monitor. look at this guy with a full head of hair, that would be me, doing advance for one vice president george herbert walker bush back in the '80s. what do you think? >> well, we all had a lot more hair back t
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Aug 27, 2016 3:00pm PDT
affairs at george washington university. cnn senior media correspondent, host of sunday morning's "media show, brian stelter. why the delay? you're knee deep in the story. >> it's no veto power but behind the scenes there are informal conversations happening and this year it's especially tricky because of the donald trump factor. obviously a moderator like meagmegyn kelly would be a nonstarter for donald trump. the commission is having a very hard time getting to the place where they can confirm the four moderators. i think after labor day we will hear the names. there are a number of journalists susceptible to both size but it's awfully tricky because of donald trump. >> what is the job description? >> this year the job description is to be both a journalist, a moderator and a circus navigator i think. the job -- the job involves doing many things which is why this is so different. you have to ask good questions. you have to listen fast and listen hard, know what you're talking about so you can refer to information. we hope there's actually going to be substance in these deba deb
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Mar 7, 2015 6:00am PST
president george w. bush. >> well that is probably the most remarkable part. and the reality is it took a bipartisan effort for the voting rights bill to be passed in 1965 that lyndon johnson signed. as the sthor said and articulated so clearly the time today we still need this nonviolent effort and movement. i think we're seeing young people around the country becoming very engaged in a positive way to bring about social change. and ultimately to get involved in the voting process which is the first step. >> martin luther king iii, senator, we thank you having been here. >>> coming up hillary clinton facing fallout from e-mail issues. now the white house and state department are getting hammered with questions why she used her private e-mail and home server. we'll tackle all of it next. the real question that needs to be asked is "what is it that we can do that is impactful?" what the cloud enables is computing to empower cancer researchers. it used to take two weeks to sequence and analyze a genome; with the microsoft cloud we can analyze 100 per day. whatever i can do to help compute
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Jun 6, 2015 3:00pm PDT
. former new york governor george pataki has flirted with presidential runs in the past, but this time he's in. prior to his recent announcement of a 2016 run, pataki admitted to friends and allies he's a long shot for the gop nomination. out of office since 2006, he's trying to get back on the radar in republican circles. he hopes his bipartisan appeal signals a resurgence of the moderate republican. and governor pataki is joining me now. governor, it seems like the dynamics have changed for 2016 and that the way to get ahead, at least in the early stages for the nomination fight, is not the retail politicking but rather to boost your name identification nationwide so that you get in the debates. do you find that frustrating, the way this is coming together where there could be 16 individuals and not room for everybody on the debate stage? >> you know, i don't let things frustrate me. the rules are what the rules are. cnn just had a poll after i announced showing that i was in the top ten and i would make the debates at this point. whether that's the case or not, you have your vision,
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Jan 23, 2016 3:00pm PST
1996, they picked bob dole. in 2000 they picked george w. bush. mccain in '08. romney in '12. there's a history here. frankly, the des moines register is a more influential paper with democrats in iowa than with republicans. as you saw ted cruz, the sort of hard right conservative in the race wouldn't even meet with the des moines register. i think it's a bigger deal for hillary clinton, who they also endorsed in 2008. remember they endorsed clinton over obama in '08 so not a huge surprise that they would endorse her again. they weren't going to pick obama in '08. definitely going to pick sanders. i think it's significant for hillary clinton. that endorsement will move some -- that will get people talking in iowa and that will be a boost to her. would have been a big coup if sanders had gotten it. >> considering the latest cnn/orc poll has sanders leading clinton in iowa by eight points so bigger than the margin of error. i want to get your take on something that donald trump said to a crowd in iowa today. >> my people are so smart, and you know what else they say about my pe
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Oct 11, 2014 6:00am PDT
best friends, he is one of my closest friends, george stephanopoulos did write. it was i think way too critical. and so did bob rish when bush was president. scott mcclellan. no one was closer. he was an old pal of his, press secretary, during his presidency scott wrote a scathingly negative book. i will say each time even when georgie wrote his book and scott against bush i said it was wrong. because it's i think it is disloyal. i think that those -- people like gates and panetta, leon is a personal friend. these are really impressive public officials, they really served their country with honor and distinction but they should wait until the presidency is finished. it would be better because history requires a little bit of reflection. >> agree. >> paul, i want to ask you about the cover of the rolling stone. because as you well know, paul krugman has written and he says this is what a successful presidency looks like. paul, is this what a successful presidency looks like? >> i think there is no question. yes. i think history way kinder to president obama than some of his former c
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Dec 19, 2015 6:00am PST
the last 35 years have been with die-hard conservatives, ronald reagan and george w. bush. they say what the party nominates more establishment types like bob dole or john mccain, mitt romney, those candidates lose. and it sounds compelling. but there's an alternate history. one that begins not with reagan, but with the drubbing that a very conservative, barry goldwater took in 1964. this school of thought says that today, even reagan himself couldn't get nominated in a party dominated by tea party freedom caucus types. mccain, romney, they didn't lose because they were insufficiently conservative. but because of the contortions that were demanded of them by evangelical christians and other social conservatives in primary and caucus season. maybe if romney had run as the reasonable republican who governed the bluest state in the nation instead of as i severe conservative, he could have beaten obama. instead, his many flip flops made him damaged goods in the general. so what's the answer? probably that no experiment will finally settle the debate, because neither side would accept th
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Apr 8, 2017 3:00pm PDT
war, that the constitution says war begins with a vote in congress, and that even george bush who was often treated mercilessly by the media as being so far out there, he came to congress and asked to go to war against the taliban and those who attacked us on 9/11. he also did the same in iraq. and so i think this is a wrong-headed notion that we just skip the most important step and that is whether or not we should go to war. >> do you think that president trump was wrong to be emotionally swayed by the photographs of those dead kids? >> i think you would almost not be human to be emotionally swayed by it, but in an era of television, we see horrific images almost every day. we see the swollen distended babies who are swollen from malnutrition, from maybe their leaders stealing the food that comes in as aid and reselling it on the black market. we see people burned and beheaded throughout the world. so there are atrocities throughout the world. we just have to decide when we are going to intervene as a country, when we're going to put our young men and women, put their lives on the l
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Jun 4, 2016 3:00pm PDT
to the next one, i think it's george who says, okay, guys, you're toying with me here. "wouldn't it be interesting if press didn't show up for the next four trump press conferences?" that's not going to happen, john hyman. thank you. next. "the phrase the greatest doesn't work --" this is nice "compared to whom or what, there was no one else, it's too small of a phrase for muhammad ali's life." on that note, i'll see you next week. ♪ >>> hello, everyone, you are live in the "cnn newsroom." i'm jim sciutto. in a moment, our exculusive interview with jason resayan. the journalist shares with me the amazing story of the role that muhammad ali played in securing his release. >> wow. can't wait to hear that. i'm john burman live in louisville, kentucky. i'm outside the muhammad ali
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Jun 21, 2014 3:00pm PDT
george bush who negotiated that agreement or the iraqis call it the withdrawal agreement prior to his leaving office. the bigger picture, i think now, is that iraq is in a very careless situation. i think it's only going to get worse. prime minister al maliki purged the sunnis from important positions. his troops, clearly in the sunni dominated areas of iraq. his troops treated them rather badly. there's been an opening for the terrorist group that did not exist prior to our operation to lead a charge that is emerging as an uprising of the sunni tribes, as much as it is a terrorist action. i think it's going to get worse before it gets better. if i were advising the president and the administration, it would be to plan for the worst case scenario, put into place all the humanitarian supplies and personnel and medical supplies and food you need. bolster the efforts. i think there's going to be a refugee crisis between now and the rest of the year. >> what i don't hear you saying is there ought to be boots on the ground and there should be a military footprint of any kind. how far shoul
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Sep 17, 2016 3:00pm PDT
for obama one and teams that did it for george w. i think we have the best and brightest. a group out of palo alto that's designing our mobile app and setting up our platform. and we're working with slate to make sure there's a robust enough platform to make sure every eyeball that wants to see this data can see this on election day. you put the right people in place and execute and you can succeed in this game. >> jeff greenfield, slate is his media partner. it will be very interesting to see come election day, what other media outlets, if any, feel comfortable in running with his data. >> that's right. and the one cautionary note is this may tell us decisively whether or not this were to be a blowout. whether or not down ballot votes were affected in later states. so there is that question, i think, we still have to answer. but i just don't think we should yank our hair out just yet. >> i think it's a great conversation. intrigued is a wonderful word. thank you so much. appreciate your being here. thank you both. >>> still to come, the best and worst tweets. i haven't seen anything.
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Sep 30, 2017 3:00pm PDT
maines and the dixie chicks were criticized for having protested george w. bush from a london stage? i'm wondering, hoping, actually, whether the russian meddling will be a uniter, not a divider, based on new reporting that shows the goal was not only to affect the election outcome, but also to foment racial unrest and harm the u.s. standing in the world. this new cnn reporting by dylan byers and donnie o'sullivan exposed a troublesome development in the russian meddling. namely social media manipulation. fake black activist accounts linked to russian government reveals that a social media campaign calling itself blactivists, on facebook and twitter, apparently trying to amplify racial tensions. the bogus facebook account had 360,000 likes, more than the verified black lives matter facebook page. as an example, blactivist posted a video on facebook in august of this incident from san diego, in which a police dog was seen biting an african-american man in handcuffs and the caption read as follows -- watch another savage video of police brutality. we live under a system of racism and
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Sep 30, 2017 6:00am PDT
oxford? or that natalie maines protesting george w. burkes fsha london stage? i'm wondering whether the russian meddling will be a uniter, not a divider, based on new reporting that the goal was to about the election outcome but foment racial unrest and harm the u.s. standing in the world. the new cnn report mainly social media manipulation. the article under this headline fake black activist accounts linked to russian government. used to activists in both facebook and twitter in an apparent attempt to amplify racial tensions during the presidential election. the bogus facebook account had 360,000 likes. that's more than the verified black lives matter facebook page. as an example, blackimist posted a video in august, in which a police dog was seen biting an african-american began in handcuffs. and saying, watch another video of police brutality. it's 92 longer about hillary clinton it's about an effort to unravel the fabric that keeps the country going. joining me now is cnn's dylan byers. how did it work? >> well, look, there's the internet research agency which is a shadowy russian t
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May 27, 2017 3:00pm PDT
first 100 days, it is more negative than clinton's or george w. bush's, but this has been a tough 100 days. i think even if you asked donald trump would you like to do it all over again, i think he would say yes, let's restart the clock. so this has been a very rough 100 days. i think press coverage reflects that. >> and to your point, if you roll out a travel ban and it gets stymied by the courts, and you campaign on a pledge of repealing and replacing obamacare despite control of both houses of congress, that gets report negatively, that doesn't mean it is biased, it is factual, right? >> that's true. if you look -- we did -- fox news was one of the seven outlets we looked at in coverage of the first 100 days. if you look at fox coverage of the health care issue and of the immigration issue, it's also overwhelmingly negative. there wasn't very much good news for donald trump in those two issues in the first 100 days. so to some degree, the press is reflecting what's going on out there, but again there's a selectivity to focus primarily on what's going wrong, rather than what might b
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Dec 12, 2015 3:00pm PST
, they hope that you are correct. i don't know if i have time for this. will george says to me, smerconish, don't quit your day job. leave your singing to the pros. okay. i hear you. i will never sing again. what i will do is be in vegas tuesday night for the gop debate. i hope you'll be watching cnn for the next couple of days. and then back here next week. thank you. feel a cold coming on? new zicam cold remedy nasal swabs shorten colds with a snap, and reduce symptom severity by 45%. shorten your cold with a snap, with zicam. [meow mix jingle slowly anright on cue.cks] [cat meows] ♪meow, meow, meow, meow... it's more than just a meal, it's meow mix mealtime. with great taste and 100% complete nutrition, it's the only one cats ask for by name. the way i see it, you have two choices; the easy way or the hard way. you could choose a card that limits where you earn bonus cash back. or, you could make things easier on yourself. that's right, the quicksilver card from capital one. with quicksilver you earn unlimited 1.5% cash back on every purchase, everywhere. so, let's try thi
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Oct 8, 2016 3:00pm PDT
hollywood." he's wearing a mike and then chatting with co-host and then george w. bush cousin, billy bush. he issued a written apology and then at midnight, another on video. true to form, both made excuses and cast aspersions on bill clinton suggesting he'll bring up his dalliances. some describers seek to dismiss what donald trump said on tape as, quote, locker room talk, overlooking he was not 18 and in high school but 59 with a new wife, pregnant at the time. but even trump critics are failing to note what to me, as a lawyer, is of real significance. what he said would be admissible evidence in a variety of legal contexts. as his state of mind, as evidence of his past behavior, and as his character. what makes this stand out from all of his prior profanity, he actually admits predatory sexual conduct, if it had come out of the mouth of, say, bill cosby, would be used in the criminal trial against him. whether the gop can still dump trump a month from election say d day when his name cannot be removed from the ballots. has reince priebus lost control of the gop? he's not taken any
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Mar 29, 2014 6:00am PDT
george washington bridge, that would be david wildstein, apparently has told individuals he did report to governor chris christie on september 11th, that the lanes were closed. if true, that contradicts what governor christie said repeatedly. who gets the david wildstein or bridget kelly interview? here is what i would say. aide says christie knew while lanes were closed. authorities are not ruling anything out in the flight 370 investigation, but they are keeping the pilot of the plane as the center of the search for answers. frequent heartburn? the choice is yours. chalky. not chalky. temporary. 24 hour. lots of tablets. one pill. you decide. prevacid. ♪ 24 hour afghanistan, in 2009. orbiting the moon in 1971. [ 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. so, if you're
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Apr 15, 2017 3:00pm PDT
, clinton's rahm emanuel and george stephanopoulos, 31 and 32, clinton had mack mclarty quite young, and he is basically the chief of staff in the white house, and he knew clinton since kindergarten but no special experience in managing national office, he was an auto leasing guy and the georgia mafia carter had was jody powell, hamilton jordan, they had more power than any secretaries of state and nixon had his berlin wall of john ehrlichman and h.r. haldeman that were blocking him, these people were not new in history. whoever elected benjamin franklin to anything, and we know alexander hamilton's contributions came without formal titles. henry kissinger, most of what he did like it or not were not as a formal titled way. he had sweeping powers, but he was a security adviser and he was only the secretary of state -- >> can i sum it up? >> at the end. >> please. >> can i sum it up? >> yeah. >> blood is thicker than water. blood is thicker than water. you met with the president-elect in december, correct me if i'm wrong, and you said to him, be careful of these people around you, be
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Jun 3, 2017 3:00pm PDT
hyperfocus from the counterterrorism perspectives, whether it's manhattan bridge, george washington bridge, lincoln tunnel, it's the same thing in london, in the uk. london bridge is like big bend or the royal palace. it's one of the most iconic landmarks that there are. so remember, when they do this, when the terrorists select a target, they want to be able to maximize the carnage but want the impact to be even bigger because they are going after a western icon and that's what london bridge is. >> we have fred pleitgen joining us on the phone en route to the bridge. it's filled with police cars and ambulances responding to what appears to be some kind of an incident. that's how they are describing it. the police in this area are tweeting out that they are dealing with an incident on london bridge. when we have more information, we'll update this twitter feed. there are officers on scene as they investigate exactly what happened. a number of witnesses have been transported on to buses to do interviews. fred pleitgen, are you able to describe for us what you're seeing in that area o
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Jul 16, 2016 3:00pm PDT
showtime's the circus, former campaign adviser to george w. bush. mark, great to have you back. assess for me the pence pick. it seems more to salve the concerns of the base than the tent, no? >> i disagree. i think it's absolutely the best choice to grow the tent. if you're declined to vote hillary, what you want to see in a pick with donald trump is someone to balance the ticket, a steady hand, a calm hand, he's got plenty of excitement. he didn't need a pirate on the ticket. he needed a sobering midwesterner like mike pence. i think it's a perfect thing. >> i'm playing devil's advocate and wondering, given that he has -- he, donald trump, such strong support among white males, particularly older white males, why not out of the box? why not a female section? why not a person of color? >> well, i don't think there was anybody -- he called condi rice, she said no. among the options he had, were three good options, i just think pence was the best one and that's what he checked off to. which said he has impulse control, which is what people want to see, impulse control. it was a
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May 20, 2017 6:00am PDT
advance for one vice president george herbert walker bush back in the '80s. what do you think? >> well, we all had a lot more hair back then, michael. i know that aircraft. it has taken me on many preadvance and siete surveys. very reliable aircraft. glad you had that experience, too. this is reagan, gorbachev, geneva, 1985. that's what they want to see from the trips. it is a different ball game. they're not going to get the cover of "time" magazine, at least not for what they wanted. >> your book is terrific. thank you, josh king. >> thank you, michael. >>> let me check in on tweets and facebook. what have you got, katherine. hilt hit me with something. why are the saudis treating trump so well after the muslim ban. i tell you why. because of the sunni, shi'a split. we have a tendency in this country to regard the muslim world as being homogenous when it is not. it is all tribal. >>> still to come. on the eve of his sexual assault trial commencing, bill cosby broke two years' silence. gave me an exclusive interview on radio. what did he reveal. >>> the navy s.e.a.l. that shot and kil
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Mar 5, 2016 6:00am PST
thategist a supporter of secretary clinton and joe walker is former aid to george h.w. bush and a.j. delegate toe del delgato, i know you to be a level-headed and smart political guy s. bernie sanders blowing it but not raising the e-mail issue in the manner that i just did with both jeff weaver and with brian fallon? >> no, i think he's not. i think he's actually staying in character. what people like about him is that he's not attacking hillary clinton on any perceived and obvious weaknesses. sticking to his message talking to the people hurting and saying you know what it's about a rigged economy and i'll fix it. the economy is broken for you and i'll fix it for you. so that's why he's done as well as he has. otherwise, somebody who is 74 years of age and been 74 years old and in a socialist wouldn't be this popular in doing this well. >> i know jewulianjulian, you'l with that assessment and i'm thinking bernie has a card in his arsenal he's not playing because it puts him in a category of the republicans complaining about benghazi. >> it's not his style. he would anger a lot of
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Jan 3, 2015 6:00am PST
pages from that investigation that were first classified by president george w. bush. reportedly those 28 pages have interesting details about possible saudi involvement in a planning and funding of the attack. president obama has promised 9/11 victim family members that he will release them. but he hasn't. he should. mr. president, please release the 28 pages as you promised. we can handle the truth. one person who has read those documents and wants all americans to have the same access is former u.s. senator and florida governor bob graham. he was chair of the senate intel committee when the 9/11 report was finished in 2002. he is in boston. and terry strata we heard from her daughter her husband tom lost his life at ground skroxt terry is co-chair of 9/11 families united to bankrupt terrorism part of a lawsuit looking for civil damages from the people behind the attacks. welcome to you both. terry, what still don't we know 13 year removed? >> what the 9/11 families know is that saudi arabia played a major role in financing 9/11 but the american people are not aware of this fac
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Aug 22, 2015 3:00pm PDT
party to protest the policies of george w. bush and a pointless war, and he did leave the war in protest of bush policies. >> i thought the jeb tweet and some of the things he said were at odds with what mike murphy said. i think murphy is a smart guy and he runs the jeb super pac, and he said trump is other peoples' problem, and i think what he was saying is he is cruz's problem and carson's problem and santorum's problem because he is cutting into their support and not ours. >> because they can potentially win the same votes. all they are doing here is elevating trump by attacking him. look, jeb bush is not the person haob talking about people's conservative records. he made money out of obamacare -- >> what? >> he made money on obamacare through his association with tenit health care and made obama through obama phones through his holdings in trac phones. >> what are they? >> the phones that the federal government gives out and that contract is held by a company called trac phone and that's partially owned by jeb bush. he made money on obamacare and obama phones and now wants
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Nov 12, 2016 3:00pm PST
prosecutors and defense attorneys that christie was aware of this scheme to close lanes to the george washington bridge to punish a mayor and cause a traffic jam because that mayor did not endorse christie. christie continues to deny this but he's also frankly lied over the last few days about his role and said he fired three of those who have been convicted in this. as soon as he found out about it, it's not true. in fact, two of those people resigned with praise from him during the cover-up period before it came out in the press. so, you know, he's really like trying to clean up this bridgegate mess but certainly been a mess. it's taken a toll on his reputation in new jersey. at 19% favorability rating. even most republicans don't believe he knew anything about it as he claims and certainly in trump tower, there's concern that this could dog him but, you know, with the republican senate, i don't see why he couldn't get confirmed for any job that president trump might want to give him. >> i'm pit puutting up on the s a photo that was taken. i don't know whether you have a hon for but
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Apr 9, 2016 6:00am PDT
. so go back to '72. imagine if george an insurgent came with more delegates. the govern forces succeeded in defeating him, a lot of people on the left would say this is outrage. and the hard part here is to separate feelings about trump and cruz from the process if the republican party turns to a nominee that 70%, 75% of the republicans never voted or nobody voted for, the people who voted for trump and cruz, whatever you think of their politics to me have an interesting election. >> right, yet, carol if 73% of women view donald trump gather in cleveland, is it incumbent upon them to consider when they pick their nominee? they want somebody as i discussed who can win. that's the objective. >> i have people my age contemporaries of hillary clinton want her to be president and are going to vote for her. the young women i teach in college and i'm teaching the primary season this semester and 20-year-olds don't understand why hillary clinton. this mil generation feels entit everything is open to them then they don't show up at the polls because they are the worst demographic group
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Apr 16, 2016 3:00pm PDT
asking george bush to declassify the pages. >> has she been supportive therefore? >> we've heard nothing. >> hold their feet to the fire. thank you. >> i will. >> tweet me on this and evening about to unfold and i'll read some of the best. as i mentioned to terry, donald trump says the gop nomination process is rigged against him. does he have a point? true gop insiders are here with me next. the all-new audi a4, with apple carplay integration. i'm terhe is.at golf. but i'd like to keep being terrible at golf for as long as i can. new patented ensure enlive has hmb plus 20 grams of protein to help rebuild muscle. for the strength and energy to do what you love. new ensure enlive. always be you. here's the plan. you're a financial company that cares, but your logo is old and a little pointy. so you evolve. you simplify. you haven't changed. you still help people live their best lives. and finally your new logo is ready, and you decide the perfect time to show the world is right... now. the bud light party believes in change. that's why bud light has a new look... and we want to sh
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Aug 12, 2017 3:00pm PDT
patriots? talk about thomas jefferson and george washington, who brought our country together. you think about the patriots today, the young men and women who are wearing the cloth of our count country. somewhere around the globe they are putting their life in danger. they're patriots. you are not. you came here today to hurt people, and you did hurt people. but my message is clear. we are stronger than you. you have made our commonwealth stronger. you will not succeed. there is no place for you here, there is no place for you in america. we work here today to bring people together, to unify folks. i'll remind you all that we are a nation of immigrants. unless you're native american, the first ships that came to jamestown, virginia, in 1607, and since that time, many people have come to our great country to unite us. our diversity that, may somedayic tile of immigrants is what makes us so special, and we will not let anybody come here and destroy it. so please, go home and never come back. take your hatred and take your bigotry. there is no place. and if i could give you a piece of
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Feb 21, 2015 6:00am PST
obama critics who i think have crossed the line. i also objected when george w. bush was the subject of undeserved high per bollic criticism but the baseless scorn heaped upon president obama makes bush's detractors look diplomatic. the president, the office and our nation deserve better. it's been unrelenting. the day after obama took office rush limbaugh told sean hannity he wanted him to fail. glen beck called the president a racist with a deep-seated hatred of white people. donald trump's birtherism took hold and socialism uttered increasingly. ann coulter called our sitting president a retard. sarah palin mocked his shuck and jive stick and john sununu questioned colin powell's weighty endorsement as being motivated by race. there's been a prairie fire of falsehoods spread throughout the internet suggesting among other things that obama is a muslim or that he refused to cite the pledge of allegiance paving the way for the fictionalized documentary 2016 which characterized obama as fulfilling the anti-colonial agenda of his father. a man he literally knew for just one weekend. among
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May 30, 2015 6:00am PDT
names. rick sanatorium and george pataki and today democrat martin o'malley announces his plans to run. lots to tackle on the political front. let's get right to it. joining me now nationally syndicated columnist and cnn political commentator s.e. cupp. rick santorum. the rodney dangerfield of the republican field. here's a guy who won 11 states. he was the runner up to mitt romney and you'd never know it from the way the media treats the field. >> he gets no respect, which is where you were going with that. and it really is kind of surprising when you consider that the last time not only was he the runner up but of the last three guys standing two were social conservatives, him and newt gingrich. the guy that ended up winning never really captured the excitement of the base. so if you're rick santorum you have to think, okay this time around there is also room for a social conservative and now he's got to compete with mike huckabee ted cruz and he knows there is probably room for someone like him. he's just got to sort of clear the field and get through. so i think it's bizarre to dis
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May 14, 2016 3:00pm PDT
restroom. remember back in the day of the 45th governor, george crowley wallace, they made claims of black menusing women's restrooms and those claims were made and now they're made against people like me, and there's no documented case. i've searched. and you're more likely to have a problem, you know, with a priest. >> what occurs to me, and i know that you pay close attention to the political situation, is that to the extent it becomes a cultural wedge issue, it won't have the support, i think, of donald trump who said recently that caitlyn jenner could come to trump tower and use whatever restroom she chooses. >> it's not something he cares about. and i applaud him for that. it's one of the few things i have to agree on. it's really a non-issue. and it's all men complaining, it's not women. and it's the ultimate mysogeny where men feel like they need to protect women from women. come on. men, deal with your own stuff. let women deal with their own issues. we don't seem to have an issue. >> i have solved this problem. #stallsforall. one more question for zoe, if i might. what happ
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Jun 3, 2017 6:00am PDT
testifying? kellyanne conway kept us guessing in this interview with george stephanopoulos. >> will the president invoke executive privilege or does he want him to testify. >> we will be watching when director comey testifies. the president will make that decision. >> joining me, ted ruger, dean of university of pennsylvania law school and constitutional expert cht take me back to penn law. what is executive privilege and why do we have that? >> executive privilege is a legal relative of patient, doctor, and lawyer, client. relationships are so important and communication people have in those relationships so important and we want it to flow as freely as possible, so we're going to give it a special cone of confidentiality and privacy. so when the president asserts executive privilege, there's a special constitutional dimension to it. the president as chief executive is tasked with executing laws and the claim would go president trump is the next in a long line of presidents to make this kind of plan, that the job of the president so difficult, so complex that discussions in the whi
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