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CNN
Jan 29, 2017 12:00am PST
george howell. >> and i'm cyril vernaire. a federal judge is putting on pause parts of donald trump's travel ban. the court grant add emergency stay for citizens who have already arrived in the u.s. and have valid visas. >> it also covers those in frans transit. the ruling came a day after protests at airports across the united states. >> a u.s. homeland security official says before the court ruling, the u.s. had denied entry to at least 109 people. and abroad, nearly 200 others were told not to board their flights headed for the u.s. this all happening within 24 hours of president trump signing the executive order. >> there's been a great deal of confusion and limbo for so many people. the american civil liberties union better known as the aclu filed the lawsuit against the travel ban and released this statement saying "this ruling preserves the status quo and ensures that people who have been granted permission to be in this country are not illegally removed off u.s. soil." people across the united states were quick to speak out against this travel ban. >> protesters flooded major
CNN
Apr 21, 2016 6:00pm PDT
became stars in their own right. george clinton already in the stratosphere, collaborated with prince, we spoke just before air. george, you knew prince, worked with him, you were on his record label. what's going through your mind tonight? >> well, the world is going to be missing a great personality, not only performer but song writer. with me, a good friend, you know, just watching we used to call him the kid, i haven't processed it yet. still in denial. >> did you know, his publicist said he was battling the flu. did you hear anything about his health? >> i heard last week he was on a flight and had the flu or something. i had no idea. he always seemed in great shape. i don't know anybody that could work that hard, you know, morning to night every day and then get up and go party. i just never seen him as being ill, like myself. i can't picture myself being ill, you know, but he was strong as far as i knew. i have no idea. >> talk to me about him as an artist. i saw him a couple years ago at a hotel room to a crowd of maybe 50 people. went late into the night. he kept saying i got
CNN
Jan 7, 2017 10:00pm PST
nice music that george made and ringo made and paul made since they broke up. she did it. >> the fact is that yoko ono did not break up the beatles. time broke up the beatles,oney broke the beatles. the desigo ore to and do their own stuff broke up the beatles. >> he's a fleshier and heavier beatle these days and when the kids come to his concert these days they don't scream, they listen. >> the significant thing is that both john lennon and paul mccartney made music their own way. >> it was focused on the fact that they were deeply in love with a woman. >> mccartney went home and made the record where he plays all the instruments on his own. this kind of cozy domesticity, beautiful, wonderful, warm music. >> it's going to look roughly like this. this is our first showing of it. >> this is just the mock-up, folks. >> the new album. >> it's going to be called ringo's reviewer. >> i sell records, it doesn't matter if they've got the beatles or not. if they don't like the record, they won't buy it. >> ringo, who to this day people dismiss way too much, has tremendous success in the '70s
CNN
Nov 26, 2016 7:00pm PST
. >> george bush played a major role in everything that we have accomplished in these eight years. america needs george bush and barbara bush as first lady. >> george bush will be the 41st president of the united states. >> the election of bush for the american people was we want more reagan, we want more of what we had. bush was the closest thing to a third term for ronald reagan. >> ronald wilson reagan, the 40th president of the united states, in two days he leaves office as our oldest president and as one of the most popular ever. >> ronald reagan was the chief architect of the 1980s. you don't always identify a president with years, but reagan should be dent fee phied at the reagan years. >> for me it always seemed like the great rediscovery of our values and common sense. as long as we remember our first principles and believe in ourselves, the future should always be ours. once you begin a great movement, there's no telling where it will end. >> the very firmness of his rhetoric enabled him to be a pragmatist. he's our conservative warrior. the fact at that he raised taxes the fact
CNN
Jul 2, 2016 8:00pm PDT
and i'm going to say to them, read my lips, no new taxes! >> in 1988, george h.w. bush is running to take on the reagan mantle. read my lips, no new taxes. >> when reagan left the white house, he left george bush holding the bag. >> when the president calls, some come running. all agree the savings and loan crisis an urgent problem. >> could they be bailed out without a tax increase? is there any other way to do it? >> i don't think there is, and that's the conclusion of most people. >> bush had to fill this smoking hole left by reagan and the only way to do that is to is pass new legislation. because now we had to start dipping into taxpayer money. >> the only bailout is for depositors, not bad bankers. >> no one needs to worry about one nickel in those institutions. >> this legislation says to tens of millions of s&l depositors, you will not be the victim of other's mistakes. thank you all very much. and now i'm proud to sign this monster. >> essentially, george bush is covering the biggest overdraft in history. >> bush caves. he raises taxes. that kills him politically, but saves
CNN
Dec 10, 2016 5:00pm PST
team was the third chapter. [cheers and applause ] >> george bush and everything that we have accomplished these years. >> america needs george bush and barbara bush as first lady. [cheers and applause ] >> george bush will be the 41st president of the united states. >> the election of bush was, we want more reagan. we want more of what we've had. bush was the closest thing to a third term for ronald reagan. >> ronald wilson reagan, the 40th president of the united states. in two days, he leaves office as our oldest president and as one of the most popular ever. >> ronald reagan was the chief architect of the 1980s. you don't always identify a president with the years, but in this case, the '80s should be identified as the reagan years. >> they called it the reagan revolution, and i'll accept that. but for me, it always seemed more like the great rediscovery. a rediscovery of our values and our commonsense. as long as we remember our first principles and believe in ourselves, the future will always be ours. once you begin a great movement, there's no telling where it will end.
CNN
Mar 25, 2017 9:00pm PDT
george w. bush, read my lips, no new taxes. >> ronald reagan left george bush holding the bag. >> when the president called, some come rung. all agree the savings and loan crisis is. >> i don't think there is. i think that's becoming the conclusion of most people. >> bush had to fill this hole left by reagan for him. the only way to do that was to pass new legislation. now we had to start dipping into taxpayer money. >> senators say the only bailout will be for depositors, not for bad banking. >> no one needs to worry about their money. >> this says to 10s of millions of s and l depositors, you will not be the victim of others' mistakes. thank you all very much and now i'm proud to sign this monster. >> essentially george bush is covering the biggest overdraft in history. >> bush caves. he raises taxes. that kills him politically but saves america carefully to thi number. 500 billion dollars. that's the latest estimate of what the failure of federal yesterday insured savings and loans will eventually cost american taxpayers. >> can you make bail? >> no question. >> the failed lincoln s
CNN
Jul 4, 2017 7:00pm PDT
, the president of the united states. >> george bush played a major role in everything that we have accomplished in these eight years. america needs george bush and barbara bush as first lady. >> george bush will be the 43rd president of the united states. >> the election of bush for the american people was we want more regan, we want more of what we had. bush was the closest thing to a third term for ronald regan. >> the 40th president of the united states. in two days he leads office as our oldest president and as one of the most popular ever. >> he was a chief arc tekt of the 1980s. you don't always identify business the years but in this case '80s should be the regan years. >> they called it a regan revolution and i'll accept that. to me it was a great rediscovery. a rediscovery of our values and commonsense. as long as we remember our first principals and believe in ourselves, the future will always be ours. once you begin a great movement, there's no telling where it will end. >> the fair firmness of his etoric enabled him to be pragmati pragmatist. the fac thate raised taxes,
CNN
May 5, 2016 6:00pm PDT
nominee has to lead in that effort. >> as you know, mitt romney, john mccain, george w. bush, george h.w. bush, all republican presidential nominees haven't going to the convention. watch this clip of your running mate mitt romney talking donald trump earlier this year. >> think of donald trump's personal qualities. the bullying, the greed, the showing off. the misogyny, the absurd third grade theatrics. donald trump is a phony, a fraud. his promises are as worthless as a degree from trump university. he is playing the members of the american public for successors. he gets a ride to the white house and we get a hat. >> do you share that view that trump is a phony and fraud? >> i think you'll see tapes like that run all fall. the question is can our presumptive nominee turn things around, unify and have a different way to go forward. the way i look at it time to go from tapping into anger to solutions. time to set aside bullying and belittlement, appeal to higher as perfect agencies. enthusiastic about choosing a path. that's why i feel strong about the chance and choice and opportunity i
CNN
Jan 28, 2017 5:00pm PST
. several legal challenges have already been filed. george washington university law professor jonathan turley joins me from washington. thank you for coming on the program. and let me begin with this. we know at this moment the aclu is in a u.s. district court in brooklyn tonight seeking a nationwide stay, trying to block this. what are the chances you that think they'll be successful? >> well, it's very, very difficult to prevail on a stay of that kind. you have to show a likelihood of prevailing on the merits. the court precedent actually supports president trump. i don't like this rule. i don't support it. i think it's a real mistake. but whether it is unlawful, whether it's unconstitutional is a different question. the courts have historically granted presidents a great deal of deference. this country has excluded people in the past on these types of orders. it has often been directed toward, for example, asians and chinese individuals. these were terrible periods during our country. but those actions were not found to be unconstitutional. even president obama argued to th
CNN
Sep 3, 2017 12:00am PDT
that back in the '90s. george w. bush administration did that finally after realizing that confronting north korea brought them closer to north korea perfecting and accelerating the nuclear weapons program. the obama administration preferred to engage in strategic patience. that didn't work. north korea kept moving ahead with its program. and it has really been doing what it said it is going to be doing and a hydrogen bomb is exponentially more powerful than the fission bomb than exploded over nagasaki and hiroshima in august of 1945, the end of the war there. so we are in a very dramatic moment and the question is, is there diplomacy to be had? or the other issue that people say about north korea is, you have to be really careful not to blunder into precisely the kind of situation you don't want. if north korea doesn't know what you're going to do it may take its own pre-emptive action. there are a lot of muddy waters and policy all over the map. there is a lot of credibility issues with this situation from the west and from the regional allies. there needs to be clarity and a strateg
CNN
May 21, 2016 5:00pm PDT
say to them, "read my lips. no new taxes"! >> in 1988, george h.w. bush is running to take on the reagan mantel. read my lips, no new taxes. >> when ronald reagan left in january, he also left george bush holding the bag with a number of stifling problems. >> all agree the savings and loan crisis is an urgent problem. >> could the s and ls be bailed out without a tax increase? is there any other way to do it? >> i don't think there is, and i think that's becoming the conclusion of most people. >> bush had to fill the smoky hole left by reagan for him, and the only way to do that was past due legislation because now we had to start dipping into taxpayer money. >> senators say the only bailout will be for depositors, not for bad bankers. >> no one needs to worry about one nickel of their money in these institutions. >> this legislation says to tens of millions of s and l depositors, you will not be the victim of others' mistakes. thank you all very much, and now i'm proud to sign this monster. >> essentially, george bush is covering the biggest overdraft in history. >> bush caves. h
CNN
May 12, 2016 6:00pm PDT
to them read my lips, no new taxes! >> in 1988, george w. bush is taking on the reagan mantle. >> when the president calls, some come running. all agree the savings and loan crisis is is an urgent problem. >> could the s & l be bailed out without raising taxes? >> i don't think they will. >> the only way to do that was to pass new legislation because now we had to start dipping into taxpayer money. >> no one needs to worry about one nickel of their money in these institutions. >> this legislation says to tens of millions of s & l depositors, you will not be the victim of others' mistakes. thank you all very much and now i'm proud to sign this monster. >> essentially george bush is covering the biggest overdraft in history. >> bush caves. he raises taxes. that kills him politically but saves america economically. >> listen carefully to this number -- $500 billion. that's the latest estimate of what the failure of hundreds of federally insured savings and loans will eventually cost american taxpayers. >> mr. keating, how soon can you make bail? >> no questions. >> the once rapid
CNN
Jun 2, 2016 6:00pm PDT
george to trump university. he thought trump university would involve, well, donald trump. >> instead of donald there was a video screen, a projector screen. they projected a movie that had donald on it. and he introduced the people we were going to be hearing talk that afternoon. >> by name? >> no, he said these are people i picked myself. >> reporter: there's good reason donald trump never named those people. all right here in this deposition from december when donald trump admitted he could not remember a single name, not one of the instructors at trump university. the actual instruction, the courses left to michael sexton who told larry king trump university was his idea. >> i met mr. trump, pitched the idea. it was something that i think captured his imagination. >> he came to you? >> he did. he has done an amazing job. i have known michael for years. smart guy. he loves the internet deal and loves education. >> reporter: now that both men are being sued, the story is different. under oath, trump revealed he didn't know the instructors but knew very little about the university presi
CNN
Jul 9, 2017 12:00am PDT
around the world. i'm george on howehowell. the "cnn newsroom" starts
CNN
Mar 31, 2016 9:00pm PDT
. >> i'm george howell from cnn headquarters. "newsroom" starts right now.
CNN
Nov 27, 2016 12:00am PST
reactions. i'm george howell at the cnn headquarters in atlanta. his funeral is set for december 4th. the island nation declared nine days of mourning as preparations are under way there for world leaders to visit cuba to pay respects. again, this is a figure that people either admired or people
CNN
Jan 28, 2017 11:00pm PST
on cnn i'm george howell. >> and i'm cyril vernaire. a federal judge is putting on pause parts of donald trump's travel ban. the court grant add emergency stay for citizens who have already arrived in the u.s. and have valid visas. >> it also covers those in frans transit. the ruling came a day after protests at airports across the united states. >> a u.s. homeland security official says before the court ruling, the u.s. had denied entry to at
CNN
Sep 2, 2017 11:00pm PDT
the bush administration -- the george w. bush administration, actually set this process in motion. because by ditching the policy of engagement with north korea and between north and south korea irritated and angered kim jong-il, who then pulled out of the nuclear non- proliferation treaty, kicked out the iaea inspectors. therefore, north korea was allowed and able to continue moving ahead with its program without the eyes of the world on it. that is when it started to make its leaps and bounds. then, as i said, in 2008 there was a sort of, you know, sort of a stepping back a little bit from the brink with the agreement to stop its pyongyang -- sorry, it's yongbyon plutonium reactor. now under the latest president, under kim jong-un, under the obama administration, there was no talking, and that so-called strategic patience, you know, basically watched as north korea raced ahead with its program. so, yes, now the question is what is this administration going to do. so, all of those things i've just laid out basically amounts to an american policy, as some analysts called it, all o
CNN
May 27, 2017 8:00pm PDT
i'll say no. i'll stair them in the eye and say to them read my lips. no new taxes. >> in 1988, george h.w. bush is running to take on the regan mantle. read my lips, no new taxes. >> when ronald regan left the white house in january, he left george bush holding the bag, filled with an assortment of tag staggering problems. >> all agree the savings and loan crisis is a big problem. >> is there any other way to do it besides a tax increase? >> i don't think there is. >> bush had to fill the smoking hole left by regan and the only way to do that was to pass new legislation because now we have to dip into taxpayer's money. >>o one needs toorry aut one nickel of their mon in these institutions. >> this legislation says to 10s of millions of snl depositers you will not be the victim of others' mistakes. thank you all very much and now i'm proud to sign this monster. >> essentially george bush is covering the biggest over draft in history. >> bush caves. he raises taxes. that kills him politically but saves america economically. >> listen carefully to this number. $500 billion. that's the la
CNN
May 12, 2016 9:00pm PDT
them "read my lips" no new taxes. >> in 1988, george bush, taking on the reagan's mantle. "read my lips, no taxes." >> he left george bush holding the bank facing with a staggering problem. >> could the snl bail that without a tax increase, is there any way to do it? >> i don't think there is. that's becoming the conclusion of most people. bush had to fill the smoking hole left by reagan for him. the only way to do that was to pass new legislation because now we had to start dipping into taxpayers' money. >> no one needs to worry about one nickel of their money of this institution. >> this legislation says to tens of millions of snl doepositors. you will do not be the victims of other people's mistakes. >> bush came and raised the tax. that killed him politically but saves america economically. >> listen carefully to this number. $500 billion. that's the latest estimate of what the failure of hundreds of federal insurance savings and loans will eventually cost american taxpayers. >> how soon can you make bail? >> no question. >> keating failed and had been fuelled of a sale of a qu
CNN
Aug 19, 2016 6:00pm PDT
the exact same thing president obama criticized george w. bush for doing, not going to hurricane katrina when he was running for president of the united states. instead. donald trump was in louisiana today trying to learn first-hand of the devastation which has taken place down there and where is barack obama? on the vineyard playing golf. >> the other big news, we should point out hours after president obama said he is now going to go, whether that's in reaction to donald trump or not is up for viewers to decide. the other big news today obviously the departure of paul manafort. is this shakeup confirmation for you that donald trump didn't think his campaign was headed in the right direction? >> well, what i think is that donald trump is very happy with the direction that this campaign has had for the last five days. i think this is the best week the campaign has had probably since the florida primaries, actually. you have to win every day in a presidential campaign and this week, he's won every day in my opinion. now, the last three or four weeks i think the campaign has had so
CNN
May 5, 2016 9:00pm PDT
to an agreement for politicians to put them first. >> george h.w. bush, jeb bush, all skipping the convention. trump is in west virginia tonight. since becoming the presumptive nominee, joining us right now, do you recall what paul ryan had to say, what is your sources telling you? >> that it is still happening. first of all, most importantly, because as you describe, this isn't just a senior guy giving his opinion. he is the leader of the republican party, second in line to the presidency right now. he also speaks for what one source described as the engine of the republican party. the house republican caucus. he would not have done this. it is open question whether or not he had consulted enough people within the cause cusor not. he knows the vibe of his cause cusl he wouldn't have done that if he wouldn't get blow back. just the opposite. he believes that this is the right thing to do to give this kind of breathing space, running room to his members, if they want to run against donald trump, certainly not with him. this is more importantly, paul ryan trying to get ledge rand out
CNN
Nov 26, 2016 4:00pm PST
george. >> how long you been driving a taxi? >> for more than 20 years. >> mostly cubans or tourists? >> tourists. most of them spanish, italy, even people from canada. a lot of canadian people. ♪ >> you from santiago? >> yes, i was born santiago. i used to live in russia for six years. i started there. >> really? >> yeah. i was really young, and i really enjoyed it. >> oh, yeah? it must be cold there. >> oh, can you imagine the difference, cuba, russia. snow, first time i saw snow. i sent to my mom a lot of pictures holding snow, throwing snow. >> what were you studying in russia? >> mechanical engineering. >> you went from engineering to taxi driver. >> yes. in 1990, we got in trouble with the economy, so i had to change my job. >> so it looks like the embargo might end. you know, a lot of money going to start coming to cuba. you think it's going to change? >> i think that the american businessmen will invest in cuba and that will be goofor everyone. >> how about going back to engineering? >> you know, that will depend how much it would pay. >> right. okay. ♪ what next for cuba
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