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CNN
Aug 11, 2017 11:00pm PDT
elated. >> bush basically said in a fact, i'm not going to poke -- in the eye. >> president george and president bush came into his presidency in the shadow of ronald reagan. maybe we had elected the right man at the right time pause he was an internationalist. >> you had 50 years of the cold war, two vision of the world locked in combat and then suddenly, a whole world of totalitarian rule began to fuel. bush was quite cautious, he was really aware that even subtle messages from the united states could indicate all sorts of things. >> when the wall fell in berlin, the questions were numerous. right away, what's going to become of this. >> bulgaria is in a uproar this morning. >> tens of thousands of ordinary citizens storm the headquarterings of the the police tonight. >> the scenes in this moment are incredibly dramatic. people in the street proclaiming freedom. some of that was liberation, some of it had a darker side. >> dictator nick lie, the last hard line leader in the war has been deposed. >> romania was the most repressive and the most gri tesk. all of the european regimes, th
CNN
Aug 6, 2017 5:00pm PDT
eye. >> president george h.w. bush did come into his presidency in the shadow of ronald reagan but maybe we had elected the right man at the right time because he was as internationalist. >> you had had 50 years of the cold war, two visions of the world locked in combat, and then suddenly a whole world of totalitarian rule began to fall. bush was quite cautious. he was really aware that even subtle messages from the united states could indicate all sorts of things. >> when the wall fell in berlin, the questions were numerous. i mean, right away, what's going to become of europe. >> bulgaria is under a state of alert this morning. anti-communist protesters set fire to the headquarters of bulgaria's governing socialist party and chanted "let the communists burn." >> tens of thousands of ordinary citizens stormed is the headquarters of the hated secret police tonight. >> the scenes in this moment are incredibly dramatic. people in the streets proclaiming freedom. some of that was liberation. some of it had a darker side. >> romania's dictator, the last hard line leader in the warsaw p
CNN
Sep 1, 2017 11:00pm PDT
take can shake this new world for years to come. >> george bush's goal was to get germany to unify within nato. >> the white house, while repeating the basic principof approximately of nato -- >> george bush understood he had a partner, that partner was gosh chauf. but he wanted to be neutral. bush always wanted a unified germany and in a very discipline manner moved him towards that position. >> in a procession, he agreed to the western position that a unified germany is free to join nato. >> once you've solved the german problem you've removed the source of attention between the two super powers in the cold war. >> this is the big photo opportunity. the opportunity picture president bush came to get at this moment. he was given his president. the president was a soviet cartoonist depetition of the two president's boxes having foxed out the cold war with the world as referee. >> one summer both presidents were fishing and thinking about what kind of world would emerge. it's very rare that the world is so fluid and flexible that world leaders can think this way. talking about what
CNN
Jul 30, 2017 9:00pm PDT
moment when the actions we take can shape this new world for years to come. >> george bush's goal was to get nerm germany to unify within nato.germany to unify within na. >> the white house while repeating the member hardship is nonnegotiable does pair to be putting a major effort to addressing fears. >> george bush had a partner in shaping the world. that partner was gorbachev. but he wanted to be neutral. bush always wanted a unified germany. in a very disciplined manner moved him towards that position. >> in a major concession, he agreed to the western possession that a a unified germany is free to join nato. you removed the tension between the two superpowers. >> this is the important picture that president bush came all the way to get at this moment. gorbachev chooses to give president bush his present. >> having just knocked out the cold war with the world as referee. >> george bush and his national security adviser liked to fish together. and one summer they were fishing and thinking about what kind of world would emerge after all the dominos had fallen. it's very rare that the
CNN
Aug 26, 2017 12:00am PDT
the u.s. and around the world. i'm george howell at cnn headquarters in atlanta as we continue following several breaking news stories this hour on cnn. first, a major category 3 hurricane bearing down right now on the u.s. state of texas. it's been downgraded from a category 4 storm, but don't let that fool you. this is still a quite intense storm. officials warn that harvey could be the worst storm to hit the country since hurricane katrina back in 2005. the u.s. president has already declared it a major disaster. >>> now to tell you about another storm of a political nature. as harvey beared downed on texas the u.s. president pardoned a controversial sheriff. joe arpaio was convicted of criminal contempt of court. and then there was another story to tell you about. another trump official out of a job, sebastian gorka, has left the position as the president's counter terrorism advisor. a lot to tell you about again this day. let's start, though with the monster storm at hand that's hitting the state of texas this hour. our correspondents on the ground following this story. ma
CNN
Aug 25, 2017 11:00pm PDT
. i'm george howell at cnn headquarters in atlanta. millions of people are in the mass of a category three hurricane. it's been downgraded. >>> a political storm to tell you about but first the latest on hurricane harvey. officials warn this could be the worst storm to hit the country since hurricane cat that back in 2005. the u.s. already claimed it a major disaster. >>> the other big story to tell you about, a major move by president trump pardonening a converse sall former sheriff else who was accused of racial profiling. joe arpaio was convicted of criminal court about a month cold for stop -- >>> also in washington, another trump official is out of a job. the president's counter terrorism adviser, sebastian gorka has left his position at the white house. a great deal to cover this day. let's start with this monster storm that's hitting the state of texas this hour. our correspondents on the ground in the mold of it all, martin savage, following the situation in corpus christi and jarred live in san antonio. marion, to you on the coastlines. what's the situation like right now? >
CNN
Aug 6, 2017 12:00am PDT
political history, george bush. it seemed impossible. >> a new season of american renewal has begun. >> he was like a meteor. he came on the scene smart, well spoken, appealing and kind of fun. >> let's listen to president bill clinton tear it up. ♪ >> clinton comes to office brimming with energy, enthusiasm and self-confidence. the first few months would be a real trial for him. >> president clinton and his staff are regrouping after an embarrassing political setback. >> his choice for attorney general was before the senate judiciary committee apologizing for hiring illegal immigrants. >> we got off to a rocky start for a number of reasons. there were hiccups in the appointment process and policy hiccups. >> senate critics bash bill clinton's policy on gays in the military, calling it confusing. >> it hasn't been easy. that's the way president clinton described the first three years -- months of his administration. >> you dreamed of being here. what's the difference between the dream and the reality? >> the reality is that from the day i got here, we had a world of work to do. i
CNN
Sep 2, 2017 12:00am PDT
come next. this was that time in world history. the world owes george bush such a debt of gratitude for leading us through this. >> if it's true that george bush prizes loyalty above all then this must be one of the most gratifying sights of his political life. devoted employees, party faithful, old friends and family all gathered in a communal effort to put the bruising campaign and humiliating loss behind them. >> we will support the new president and give him every chance to lead this country into greater heights. i am very grateful to all of you. it's been a wonderful four years, and i think we've really contributed something to the country. and maybe history will record it that way. thank you all very, very much. >>> president clinton said today he is very pleased with his first year in office. but not a bit happy about how it's ending. >> let him look into it. i just want to go back to work. >> whitewater is not going away. >> republicans smell blood. >> the seismic shift to the right in the political landscape of america tonight -- >> his re-election campaign is heating up. >
CNN
Aug 12, 2017 7:00pm PDT
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CNN
Aug 27, 2017 8:00pm PDT
. i'm george howell. >> i'm rosemary church. tropical storm harvey is slamming the state with catastrophic flooding as torrential rain continues to barrel along down the coast. >> just consider what the u.s. national weather service is staying about the storm. you get a sense, they say it is beyond anything they've experienced
CNN
Jul 22, 2017 7:00pm PDT
-pleasure for as long as possible. >> 6:30, time for your bath. >> george, i'm hungry. >> hang on, ma. hang on. >> once you do 30 minutes on masturbation, you can pretty much get away with anything. >> i guess you'll be going back to that hospital. >> my mother, jerry. >> but are you still master of your domain? >> i am king of the county. >> the week after that aired, people were talking about that in the workplace the entire week. they still are talking about it. 52 seconds and two of the greatest words in sitcom history. >> i'm out. >> one of the shorthand descriptions of "seinfeld" is no hugs, no lessons. let's push it a little further than it's ever been pushed before. >> i think the big breakthrough of "seinfeld" was that the characters were not nice people. >> someone help. >> shut up, you old hag. >> they were narcissistic. >> help! >> they would screw each other over at the drop of a hat. >> he's just a dentist. >> and you're an anti-dentite. >> and yet be best friends the next week. >> we don't have to love them. we just have to laugh at them. >> i'm really sorry. >> i w
CNN
Aug 20, 2017 5:00pm PDT
america online. i interviewed him via computer. >> and george asked what are the most popular america online features now? >> he responds the real focus for us is on promoting interactivity. >> what's the very best thing about it? i think being able to communicate with just about anyone anywhere. >> one of the things that aol realizes is that america online can't be all 200 plus million people at once. you need little neighborhoods so chat rooms become internet neighborhoods where people who share interests, create their own little space. you can either click on the chat button up here or go to the people connection, that's what america online calls it and when you get here, click on list rooms to find different categories of rooms. >> when i was a kid, i didn't know any other black gay people. the only people i knew were the folks that i met on america online. i didn't come out to my mother till much later but i was out on the internet. >> in many respects aol was one of the first social media companies. >> computer communication is not like human communication. there's no fa
CNN
Sep 3, 2017 7:00pm PDT
expanded their audience. artists like george strait or brooks & dunn, plenty of acts worked their way up and became massive. >> over the last two years country music has taken over the airwaves and record charts with over $2 billion in sales and climbing. >> as the boom in the music takes hold, western wear dealers can't keep up with demand. >> you've got kids, a house payment and these people are more like you are than madonna is. ♪ is there life out there so much she hasn't done ♪ >> women in country was a huge thing in the '90s. reba mcentire, martina mcbride, the dixie chicks, shania twain. ♪ let's go girls >> i remember when shania twain came out. i was very attracted to her. but found out i just wanted to be her best friend. ♪ best thing about being a woman is prerogative to have a little fun ♪ ♪ oh oh oh totally crazy >> in all fields in our society now women, i wouldn't say dominating, i think that they're just rising to their true place. ♪ i feel like a woman >> as things wore on, it became a great decade to be a girl ♪ >> after years of singing backup for such s
CNN
Aug 5, 2017 8:00pm PDT
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CNN
Aug 25, 2017 9:00pm PDT
. >> doug, some of the biggest mistakes presidents have made during national disasters. >> remember george w. bush after katrina did a biga shuks, president bush stayed in san diego, he played air guitar talking about iraq and acting like the storm wasn't a very big deal, a little like donald trump in camp david. then bush decided to do a flyover, people want a president eventually to seem more engaged with a catastrophic national disaster. lyndon johnson, when hurricane betsy hit in 1965 went into the lawyer ward of new orleans, went in a boat and said i am your president, i am here. donald trump has announced he'll be coming in texas next week. that's good. but we're going to need billions and billions of federal dollars to go and help these storm victims. and i hope the president gets on the right page in weekend and acts presidential instead of acting like a political hack. >> thank you gentlemen. appreciate it. when we come back, much more on hurricane harvey, the first cart gore 4 hurricane to make landfall in the united states for more than a decade. hundreds of dollars on youmy car
CNN
Aug 27, 2017 4:00pm PDT
to their regular shelters, including the george r. brown. four days ago the sheriff's department homeless outreach team and outreach teams from partner agencies have been working to get the home sbools she -- homeless into shelters. they've done a great job. the vast majority are off of the streets. our first responders are still working with some to convince them to come off of the zreestr. our thoughts are with the entire houston community. >> we have a number of partners working with the city. i certainly want to thank all of them. i do want to highlight the red kos cross. they have been very supportive. three phases, the prepreparation to the storm, the second is what are we doing during the storm and the third will be the aftermalafte aftermath. i want to thank red cross for stepping in early, even in the prepreparation phase. we had identified two shelters, one that we can remember from the last major storm in april of last year, we know what happened when the waters came in and the apartment complexes were flooded and all of the panned modemoniu occurred. we're able to cau
CNN
Aug 5, 2017 7:00pm PDT
. >> george bush's goal was to get germany to unify within nato. >> the white house while repeating that the basic principle of german membership of nato is the not negotiable does appear to be putting a major effort into addressing soviet fears and finding a formula which mr. gorbachev can accept. >> george bush understood he had a partner in mikhail gorbachev. but gorbachev wanted to be neutral. bush always wanted a ianified germ and in a very disciplined manner moved gorbachev towards that position. >> in a major concession, gorbachev agreed to the western position that a unified germany is free to join nato. >> once you solved the german problem, you removed the basic source of tension between the two the superpowers in the cold war. >> this is the big photo opportunity, the important picture that president bush came all this way to get at this moment, gorbachev chooses to give president bush his present. the present was a an soviet cartoonist' depiction of two presidents as boxers having just knocked out the cold war with the world as referee. >> george bush and brent skoe craf
CNN
Sep 2, 2017 1:00am PDT
george howell live here in houston, texas, a city that is picking up the pieces. >> and i'm cyril vanier. a letter mr. trump reportedly wrote for fired fbi director james comey but never sent. >>> good day to you around the world. it is 4:00 a.m. here in houston, texas. most people here at this emergency shelter, they are getting sleep, getting a good night's rest for the night. some who don't have a home to return to but are still thankful that they survived because there are many who did not. the death toll from this storm now stands at 50 people who were killed. one week after harvey made landfall, crews are still dealing with several problems. a second fire that broke out friday at a chemical plant in crosby, texas, and more are expected. the immediate area around that factory has been evacuated. the u.s. environmental protection agency, epa for short, it says it has not detected high levels of toxins in the air. in the meantime, u.s. president donald trump plans to return to texas today marking his second visit after being criticized for the first for not meeting with individ
CNN
Aug 25, 2017 10:00pm PDT
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Aug 11, 2017 10:00pm PDT
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CNN
Jul 16, 2017 8:00pm PDT
, racist, sexist, violent. >> hey! >> created the tv anti-hero. >> i no george washington carver discovered the peanut, were ut can you pde namesnd addresses of these friends? >> you know, you are a race it scumbag. >> despite his flaws, despite his prejudices i think people identified with this pain. >> i wish there was a way to say this that wouldn't hurt you. >> there's a famous early episode where they're investigating the rape and murder of a young boy. and they find a homeless child molester who murdered the kid, and sipowicz to get the confession has to be very sensitive and good cop. >> i know this has to be tearing you up inside. but you're going to feel a lot better if you just tell the truth. >> you can sort of see on dennis if frans' face this is killing him to not destroy this guy right now. finally he gets a convention, a signed statement. walks out of the room. goes into another interrogation room and breaks the door in two with his fist. >> ah! -- ah! >> and i'm choking up talking about it right now, because like that's how great a moment of tv that it is. >> 20 y
CNN
Jul 28, 2017 10:00pm PDT
peer or equal, that was one model. you have the sort of andy carr george w. bush model. like the uppermost person among the loyal foot soldiers. you have the denis mcdonough-barack obama model which is like the silent enforcer model. what is the model? even though general kelly brings he brings experience, what model is going to work between him not a political animal and president trump who is unlike any president we've ever seen? >> go april. >> had a you have to remember is the chief-of-staff is in charge or in control of day-to-day operations. everyone is supposed to fall in line under him. right now, scaramucci answers to the president. we'll see how that dynamic because general kelly and scaramucci, i wonder how that will work and play. two strong persons. one strong military, the other very strong new yorkish. but then who says he doesn't mind stabbing you in the front. but at the same time you have to remember, with all of these chiefs of staff, they are over top of the director of they bring them together, national security, domestic policy, senior advisors, when those p
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