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Telemundo
Apr 20, 2017 5:00pm PDT
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FOX News
Apr 20, 2017 5:00pm PDT
to jim's point, it's refreshing. donald trump might be a lot of things with one thing he is not afraid to be as aggressive. i think that -- i can tell you after living in israel and serving in a counterterror unit, that aggression is actually a tactic. when you were in a fight, especially an asymmetrical type of war, where you have people dispersing into crowds, whether it is you are syria, iraq, the middle east, you have to look at aggression as an actual tool. i think trump no space. it is refreshing. i think that he is -- i know that there are units being deployed as we speak to afghanistan and back into iraq. he is getting significant company more tough and he is not dancing around with these terror groups. you can't. the only thing they truly -- again, from experience, they understand is fear. i know that jim will agree with me on that one. >> dana: gentlemen, thank you so much. >> thanks, dana. >> dana: when we combat, the term presidency ready to hit his first 100 days. how was his report card so far? we'll have it next. ♪ >> dana: in the "impact segment" segment tonight, grad
FOX Business
Apr 20, 2017 8:00pm EDT
be resisting donald trump and south lining what our vision of america is. as newt gingrich says our contract with america. we need the brain power from the hillary clinton team to help us with that. kennedy: these are not partisan hacks. these were journalists who covered her race from the hill and other publications who really had been hearing stories for a long time and were able to do some reporting and researching. i even asked one of the writers she she was drunk and throwing stuff on election tonight. he said they had nothing to back up that story. >> let me tell you this. you could have the smartest work on your campaign. what make its campaign great is the candidate. what made obama so great wasn't that he had an amazing campaign team. he had a goos good message and knew how to engage people. i don't know if donald trump was the best candidate. but what americans were stuck with was the battle between two worsts. kennedy: u.c. berkeley putting the muzzle on a conservative speaker. this time it's ann coulter. how much of your tax dollars does u.c. berkeley receive annually? the answer
CNN
Apr 20, 2017 5:00pm PDT
donald trump had during the campaign what the healthcare bill would have is that preexisting conditions were going to be covered. >> right. first of all, he wants the win. i don't think there's any question about that. what interests me the republicans had seven years to get their act together, they didn't get it together. now, they are doing it. the house freedom caucus is going out there to talk about these different things individually. it sounds to me like they are getting there and they will have something but they are going to have to avoid some of the things paul is talking about or they will have a problem. >> you know, anderson, this doesn't happen in a vacuum either. they have to next week avoid a government shutdown. congress can't walk and chew gum at the same time. are you going to have these two political fights resolved within a week or two? it doesn't seem realistic to me at all. >> when you look at the details, it seems there is a lowering of the bar, to try to get something passed, would be a step towards accomplishment rather than actual legislative accomplishment. >>
MSNBC
Apr 20, 2017 5:00pm PDT
one. number two, this is part of a pattern of jeff sessions and donald trump. i don't know what's in their heart, but i can tell you that they, both through their words and their actions, seem to target communities of color. and hawaii is the only state that is majority non-caucasian. that's something we're proud of. that's something that makes us a special place, and it's something that jeff sessions clearly doesn't understand. again, i don't know what's in his heart, but the sort of disparaging tone, the sort of dripping sarcasm when he's describing an island in the pacific -- i live on that island in the pacific. it is a pretty great place. it is the 50th state. it is the home of pearl harbor. it's where barack obama was born. it's where dan inouye represented all of us for almost 50 years. we're very proud to be the 50th state, and we're very proud to be, i think, an example for the rest of the country. so jeff sessions doesn't get it. i think what's really disturbing is that he seems to want to follow his boss's lead in attacking the judiciary and demeaning communities of c
including here is as a senior executive. during the 2016 campaign, he served as donald trump's chair. this confirmation hearing includes questions from south dakota republican john thune. >> what do you think is a reasonable and fashion expectation? -- reasonable expectation? mr. mnuchin: i am looking at some of my notes. the short answer is i believe that we should be able to get sustained gdp. i think that is absolutely important. the most important issue we have is economic growth. whatever issues we have as republicans or democrats, i think we can agree that with more growth, it is a lot easier to solve these issues. we should all be focused on things to help grow the economy. 7%.984 we had in 2005 we had 3%. thousand last time we had appropriate growth rate. i share the president-elect pesci as concern -- president-elect's concern. i will work tirelessly if i am confirmed to create growth in the economy and create progrowth programs. i commit to work with all of you on all that -- but that. -- of that. there are two areas where i think we can unleash the economy and achieve a hi
BBC News
Apr 21, 2017 12:30am BST
, donald trump had this response. our condolences to the people of france, again. it happens, as you see, i saw it as again. it happens, as you see, i saw itasi again. it happens, as you see, i saw it as i was walking in. it is a terrible thing that is going on in the world today. it's a very terrible thing that's going on in the world today but it looks like another terrorist attack and what can you say? it just never ends. we have to be strong and we have to be vigilant and i've been saying for long time. we recap the streetsmart. their major anti—terrorist operations taking place in paris after a gunman opened fire on a police bus in a pa rt opened fire on a police bus in a part of the french capital. —— in the heart. he killed one of and wounded two others. it took place on the champs—elysees, which leads from the champs—elysees, which leads from the arc de triomphe to be manager. it happened 300 metres away from the arc de triomphe itself. the government got out of the car and fired an automatic weapon, before being shot dead by police. media reports say he was known to the i
NBC
Apr 20, 2017 7:00pm EDT
of the bargain. another step for donald trump toward developing a doctrine of unpredictability. the president's first foreign trip will be to italy for the g 7 summit with key allies and plans are also in the works to try to meet with the pope, that would come more than a year after pope francis gently criticized the idea of a border wall with then candidate trump, remember, calling those comments disgraceful. lester? >> hallie jackson at the white house thank you. >>> tonight, more than a month-long man hunt for a high schoolteacher and his 15-year-old student has come to an end. they were found thousands of miles away from where they vanished. a single tip led to the teacher's arrest. we get details from nbc's miguel almaguer. >> reporter: the arrest and rescue happened early this morning i northern california in the keep forest of cecalville, high schoolteacher tad cummins was taken into custody. police finding his 15-year-old student, elizabeth thomas safe. a tip led them to the suspect's nissan rogue and an isolated cabin. elizabeth's family getting the news 39 days after she vanished. >
BBC News
Apr 21, 2017 12:00am BST
by minister, donald trump had this response. our condolences to the people of france, again. it happens, as you see, i saw it as again. it happens, as you see, i saw itasi again. it happens, as you see, i saw it as i was walking in. it is a terrible thing that is going on in the world today. it's a very terrible thing that's going on in the world today but it looks like another terrorist attack and what can you say? it just never ends. we have to be strong and we have to be vigilant and i've been saying for long time. we recap the streetsmart. their major anti—terrorist operations taking place
FOX Business
Apr 20, 2017 7:00pm EDT
: as a candidate, donald trump promised to deport so-called dreamers, but as president that's yet to happen. >> we're going to deal with daca with heart. >> reporter: 23-year-old juan manuel montes said he was having lunch near the border when he was accosted by a border patrol agent. montes says he was deported. that's a claim the administration denies. instead, officials saymontes was already in mexico when they caught him a day later, trying to sneak into the u.s. climbing over a fence. >> daca enrollees are not being targeted. i don't know why this individual was picked up. >> reporter: the administration says montes did have legitimate daca status. however, by returning to mexico he lost his legal protection to stay in the u.s. >> when our agents and officers on the front line encounter people, they're going to enforce the laws on the books. >> reporter: critics jumped on the montes story to consider trump's inhumane immigration policy. illinois democratic senator dick durbin called it disturbing, alarming said minority leader nancy pelosi. his lawyers hope to prove he did not leave the u.s.
CNN
Apr 20, 2017 4:00pm PDT
. they trophy acknowledge a mistake. they refuse toney acknowledge a mistake on health care, donald trump refuses to acknowledge mistakes frequently. >> next, the top democrat back from an overseas investigation into trump campaign ties to russia. what did he find on the ground? he joins us next. we're live on the coast of louisiana tonight. it is ground zero on environmental change. in spiets of the evidence right in front of them. >> i just don't think climate change is real. we're on to you, diabetes. time's up, insufficient prenatal care. and administrative paperwork... your days of drowning people are numbered. same goes for you, budget overruns. and rising costs, wipe that smile off your face. we're coming for you, too. for those who won't rest until the world is healthier, neither will we. optum. how well gets done. want to remind you that no one's the same without the game. like @potatocoach45, who writes, "as a key decision maker for the nfl draft, "i'm basing our team's picks "on the astrological signs of each player. good strategy?" horrible strategy! no football's got you all
MSNBC
Apr 20, 2017 4:00pm PDT
." >>> good evening. i'm chris matthews in washington. donald trump likes to provoke with his tweets and blunt talk. he shakes things up to keep himself in the news. but when it comes to dealing with the world, that tendency can be dangerous. president trump has issued threats to the leader of north korea. he's bombed a syrian government airstrip, and his secretary of state now suggests the trump administration may break apart the iranian nuclear deal and said that iran is a threat now to the united states. well, late today at a joint press conference with the prime minister of italy, president trump had this warning for iran. let's watch. >> as far as iran is concerned, i think they are doing a tremendous disservice to an agreement that was signed. it was a terrible agreement. it shouldn't have been signed. it shouldn't have been negotiated the way it was negotiated. i'm all for agreements, but that was a bad one, as bad as i've ever seen negotiated. they are not living up to the spirit of the agreement. i can tell you that. and we're analyzing it very, very carefully, and we'll have somethin
FOX News
Apr 20, 2017 4:00pm PDT
for trump. we go to william la jeunesse for more on this. >> a big story partially because donald trump says he wouldn't deport the daca recipients, then come he got into office and said he would be humane about it. we have two totally different stories. on the one hand, the dreamer says he was tossed over the border back to mexico without cause or due process, despite his protected legal status. on the other, you have the federal government saying that juan manuel montes blew it. he had the freedom to live and work in the u.s. and likely a shot at legal residency and threw it away for a pleasure trip to mexico. so, here are the two stories. montes claims he's having lunch with a friend of the u.s. side of the board and when he was confronted by a border patrol agent, when he couldn't immediately produce his daca i.d., he claims he was detained and deported. homeland security says that is a lie. i am quoting, "there are no records or evidence to support his claim that he was detained or taken to the calexico port of entry on february 18th." instead, officials say that montes was already in m
Bloomberg
Apr 20, 2017 7:00pm EDT
according to donald trump, he signed a memo eel imports,te st aiming at countries like china. , wantingu.s. steel those practices looked at. looking into the bloomberg at oil. oil was down, but back above $50. the u.s. has been pumping more oil. this chart shows as the price of oil has weekend, opec and suppliers failed after three months to limit production and plans, according to the saudis. they ever recommitted to using output in six months. that is not pushing oil higher but adding to concerns. blue on that chart is the price of oil. yvonne: we saw investors react to a fresh round of economic data. let's start with the latest on a jobless claims. but jobs data, continues to be strong, showing a solidification in the market. in thenot see an uptick unemployment or jobless claims that may have been last week due to the holiday shortened week. to receive continue jobless benefits, that has apriled the most since 2015. consumer confidence eased for the first time in three weeks. less upbeat about the buying climate and the state of the economy. the national economy cooled from 815 year
PBS
Apr 20, 2017 3:59pm PDT
and talk about the plight of the middle class. >> donald trump heard the anger. the people who are angry, and you know what, who are right to be angry. angry, angry, that their kids can't get an education without getting crushed by student loan debt. angry that their wages haven't gone up for an entire generation. angry that after a lifetime of hard work that they qunt retire with any dignity and economic security. people who are right to be angry, only the difference was what donald trump promised and what donald trump has delivered have been night and day. have been in exactly opposite directions. >> rose: we conclude this evening with a look at a new film called the promise, about the armenian genocide and starred christian bale, angela sarafyan, and directed by terry george. >> i was determined it would be pg-13 because ultimately it is a love story where we take the audience through these events and i wanted it to be accessible to teenagers and also to people who might feel that an a rated film about a genocide is something beyond which they want to see. the horror in it is psycholo
ABC
Apr 20, 2017 6:30pm EDT
of donald trump, a hater. i believe he happens to be spanish, which is fine, he's hispanic, which is fine. we're building a wall, he's a mexican. >> reporter: it is a complete coincidence that curiel has been assigned the case of juan manuel montes, a 23-year-old whose to the u.s. illegally when he was just 9. a so-called dreamer, who under president obama, received protected status from deportation. but tonight, he is back in mexico, deported. montes says it happened in february. he was near the border in calexico, california, walking to a he says, a border patrol agent detained him. hours later, he says he was physically removed from the united states. a day or two after that, montes illegally crossed back into the united states, climbing a fence. he saw a border patrol agent and turned himself in the next day, he was deported. immigration officials say it didn't happen that way. they say montes entered mexico on his own, and was deported when we returned. today the homeland security secretary by leaving the u.s. by permission, he forfeited his protections as a dreamer. >> he gave that
CBS
Apr 20, 2017 6:30pm EDT
"access hollywood" tape of then-presidential candidate donald trump is one of them. >> unfortunately, the lesson that we learned after the election was that sometimes harassers are rewarded. >> reporter: employment opportunity office, which tracks harassment allegations, reports that in the last three years, some 36,000 people have filed federal complaints, receiving $110 million in settlements. but, scott, fatima graves says because harassment is under-reported, that is just the tip of the iceberg. >> pelley: alex, thank you. today the university of california at berkeley reversed its decision to cancel a speech by conservative commentator ann coulter over security concerns. they're now offering a makeup date at a more secure venue. john blackstone is following this. >> reporter: on the berkeley campus, opposition to ann coulter's appearance adds to a growing impression that conservative opinions are not welcome at many of the nation's public universities. >> i was the person who invited ann coulter. these students are trying to create a liberal echo chamber on campus where one view
FOX
Apr 20, 2017 6:30pm EDT
and the narrative is that we knew at all times who donald trump's campaign managers were. we knew it was paul manafort for awhile we certainly knew kellyanne conway. robby moot was nothing more than a shadowy figure >> well, i think what happened with robby mook is that some other people were elevated. he was originally campaign manager and some other people were elevated to a place where there was sort of a leadership by committee on this campaign and you had the chief strategist joel benson essentially demoated, jake sullivan the chief policy guy was essentially elevated to that -- to a de facto chief strategist role. none of this stuff came out during the election. there was a lot of concern on the part of the clinton camp they didn't want it to look like they were unsteady. their -- part of hillary clinton's narrative for better or worse was that she was steady. i think some voters looked at that as her being the status quo but against donald trump whom was a disrupttory an antiestablishment who had three different campaign managers during his campaign, they really didn't want it to get o
CSPAN
Apr 20, 2017 6:26pm EDT
president donald j. trump as the defendant in our case and we are hoping downstream to take his deposition. the status conference julia alluded to that occurred earlier this week, the court told us that it wanted to focus on the science that we have incredible scientists, a blue ribbon panel of scientists who are going to talk both about the scope of the problem and how we can remedy the problem. this is going to be science not alternative facts. as we were gearing up for this case we did a lot of informal discovery. we went to web sites and we saw documents. for example a 1983 report from the epa. can we delay greenhouse warming? there are reports to congress where they pinpoint 2015 as the timeframe where if we continue on in business as usual we are going to hit a tipping point. they were too far off and all these reports strongly urge the executive department to do something about climate change and unfortunately they continue on with business as usual. we will troubled when the new administration started taking web sites down. we have sent out a letter telling them to preserve the inf
FOX
Apr 20, 2017 6:00pm EDT
all the dotts but during a joint press conference with the italian prime minister president donald trump said the attack in paris looks like another terrorist attack. >> our condolences from our country to the people of france again it's happening it seems. i just saw it as i was walking in so that's a terrible thing and it's a very, very terrible thing that's going on in the world today but it looks like another terrorist attack and what can you say? just never ends. we have to be strong and we have to be vigilant. >> the incident comes three days before a vote in france's tense presidential under attack at prominent locations around the city including the louvre museum in february and orely. >> a garage collapse at the reagan building. take a look at that. you can see the damage there. you can see the electrical wiring. pretty serious. this happened about an hour ago. officials say a portion of that ceiling fell damaged that car right there. the good news is no one was hurt. there's no word yet what caused that portion of the ceiling to collapse. >> ♪ >>> tonight at 6:00 there
NBC
Apr 20, 2017 6:00pm EDT
donald trump talking about a bill needed next week to keep the government running and a deal on health care. one month after a vote didn't happen in congress, capitol hill again buzzing about bringing it up a again. >> this is a great bill. great plan. and this will be great health care. >> potential amendment by new jersey congressman tom mccar thur ccarthur is getting attention. today president trump at a news conference with the italian prime minister not addressing specifics but saying the plan is evolving. >> the plan gets better and better and better and it's gotten really, really good and a lot of people are liking it a lot. we have a good chance of getting it soon. i would like to say next week, but i believe we will get it and whether it's next week or shortly thereafter. >> there's no vote scheduled on this right now. some of the details we're hearing are same ones that were circulated before when they didn't come to an agreement. we'll see if there's something different this time. >> a woman accused of orchestrating an attempted kidnap ping has been arrested. she was taken i
NBC
Apr 20, 2017 6:00pm EDT
many other faces which you may be more familiar, such as president donald trump, his daughter ivanka, her husband, jared kushner, this eclectic mix of names also includes olympic gymnastic champion simone biles and the actress viola davis. >>> nbc4 is working with a fairfax county group that's trying to end homelessness, and celebrating a big turn-out at its spring fund-raiser. they've been helping low income families and individuals for 30 years. they fed and house the 280 people during the winter months. the hot meals program operates all year round. but the organization also helps with job training, career counselling and tutoring for the children of those facing challenges. >> facets has caring case workers, case you, care for you, show you love. and the good thing about it, some of them went through what i went through. >> facets uses a housing first strategy with its clients, making sure they have a safe place to live long-term before moving on to address other challenges. >>> an old railcar finds there is life after metro. >> instead of being junked and sold as scrap metal, th
LINKTV
Apr 20, 2017 3:00pm PDT
was quietly fold there was a lot of consternation expressed, advising candidate donald trump and then you have bill o'reilly. and you have the donald trump scandal. i want to go to the clip from "access hollywood" years ago and how significant this is full step in fact, describing the m. o. that he attacked your client with, reaching under her skirt. this is now the president of the united states donald trump caught on tatape. amy: he is talking to billy bush . ultimately, he was fired by nbc, billy bush, and donald trump again president. but the significance of this, you say you have represented a number of women who have accused donald trump. he said he would sue them after the election. what has happened? >> we knew that was another life. i said on twitter, if he sues any of them, i will represent them for free and subpoena all of his records and those of all of his enablers, and we will get the tapes we have heard rumors about these takes from "the apprentice" or he may have said the "n-word." thousands of people said, i will help you. amy: the question is, where this all goes? looking at
PBS
Apr 20, 2017 3:00pm PDT
government wrote up detailed plans how to swing the 2016 u.s. election toward donald trump. in two different papers, the think tank urged the use of social media and russian backed media to also undermine americas faith in its electoral system. for more on these developments, i'm joined now by ned parker, he's one of the reporters who broke the story. and john sipher, he served 28 years in the c.i.a.'s clandestine service, including time in russia and eastern europe. he's now with a consulting firm called crosslead. welcome to you both. ned parker, i'd like the start with you. can you tell us a little bit more? what is it you found? what did you report today. >> right. well, we found there are two documents drafted by an in-house policy shop for the kremlin that reports back to president vladimir putin, and this organization is also headed by a former foreign intelligence service officers. this organization called the russian institute for strategic studies drafted two reports last year, one in june, and one in october. the first in june talked about how do you influence the u.s. electorate
Bloomberg
Apr 20, 2017 6:00pm EDT
beforets of 2016. why did donald trump when when the person you are campaigning for didn't win? because he somehow had the capacity to speak a language behinde people left responded do. heardarren: donald trump the anger. and people are right to the angry. angry that their kids can't get an education without getting crushed by student loan debt. angry that their wages haven't gone up for an entire generation. angry that after a lifetime of hard work, that they can't retire with any dignity or economic security. people are right to be angry. promised andrump what he has delivered have been night and today, exactly opposite directions. charlie: example? sen. warren: he starts out after carrying on and on about goldman sachs. you remember that. charlie: and so did you. sen. warren: he goes in and he hires an entire team of billionaires and bankers. he has got goldman sachs employees at the white house. they could open a branch bank there. charlie: who is to say he is not the most qualified person that has the job that he has? hear fromn: i want to someone that has experience seeing this econo
MSNBC
Apr 20, 2017 3:00pm PDT
. this is a pattern donald trump certainly won't like. the iranian deal, people like it or they loath it. the state department said the other day that it's working. donald trump is skeptical. but the hard liners in iran think that the iranians gave away too much when they allowed the amount of inspection and control that they -- we now have in that country. maybe as controversial as it is, there is a model there in iran that we could use in korea. >> except let me go back to you, david. the whole issue about -- i mean, they're just not going to give it up. they see what happens to gaddafi when he went up, everyone went in and qaddafi is dead. >> that struck a note with them. to howard's point on inspection, one of the advantages that everybody had in the iran nuclear deal, whether you like the deal or hate the deal, is they hadn't built weapons yet. and we knew pretty much where all of their major production facilities were. north korea is a much more complicated state. they've got somewhere between ten and 20 weapons and they've dispersed them. we don't know the exact number. we think, but we don'
CNN
Apr 20, 2017 3:00pm PDT
who lawyers say he was improperly deported. >> i have a judge who is a hater of donald trump. a hater. >> reporter: the federal judge who heard the class action lawsuit accusing trump university of fraud called out regularly by donald trump on the campaign trail. >> he's a hater. his name is gonzalezo curiel. >> reporter: then candidate trump attacked the california based district court judge for his mexican routes. >> we have a very hostile judge. now, he is hispanic, i believe, and he is a very hostile judge to me. >> reporter: even though judge curiel was born in indiana. >> i've been treated very unfairly by this judge. this judge is of mexican heritage. i'm building a wall. >> reporter: trump tweeted on may 30th i have a judge from the trump university civil case san diego who is very unfair an obama pick, totally bias hates trump. trump later issued a statement in june 7th, it is unfortunate that my comments have been misconstrued as a categorical attack of people with mexican heritage. in january, curiel approved a $25 million settlement in the trump university suit. now a new
FOX News
Apr 20, 2017 3:00pm PDT
jeunesse is in tonight. >> we are going to have an immigration system that works. >> as a candidate, donald trump promised to deport so-called dreamers. that has yet to happen. >> we had a deal with daca. >> juan manuel montes said he was having a hunch with a friend near the border when he was accosted by a porta patrol agent. unable to find his daca i.d., montes says he was deported, it claimed the administration denies, claiming "there are no records to support montes' claim." instead, officials say montes was already in mexico when they caught him a day later trying to sneak into the u.s. by climbing over a fence. >> dock and relays are not being targeted. i don't know why this individual was picked up. >> saying montes did have a legitimate docket status but by going to mexico, he lost his protection. >> when our agents on the frontline encounter people, they are going to enforce the laws on the books. >> critics jumped on the montes story for what they consider trumps inhumane policy. calling it disturbing, alarming, senate minority leader nancy pelosi. montes' lawyers hope to prove h
FOX Business
Apr 20, 2017 6:00pm EDT
risk and things out of donald trump's control that are causing jitters. charles: we have to come back and talk about this. we'll be right back next. charles: fox news confirming the islamic state is claiming responsibility for that deadly shooting of a police officer with a war weapon in paris. the gunmen wounds two other officers before he was shot and killed. this is two days before the french election. paul, i want to go back to you. we had an interesting conversation on the philadelphia. you think this is sort of a beginning, a filling out process for an an assault against law enforcement. >> there is no question about that. this is the embryonic stage of what will be a much large per more tactical approach that we'll see take to the american soil. there is no question about it. these are called vulnerability testing. they are definitely targeting security forces. the french police are going to find this out when they study tape and they find the shooter who had been in this location in the days and weeks prior to this today. this is something we need to pay much closer attention
LINKTV
Apr 20, 2017 2:30pm PDT
in 2015. why dose thes the u.s. want to revisit? reporter: -- every by donald trump, the iran nuclear agreement could be under threat. the new u.s. administration says it is running out of patience with iran and is reviewing its policy. >> the trump administration has no intention of passing the buck on iran. the evidence is clear. iran's provocative actions threaten the united states, the region and the world. reporter: iran's foreign fired back on twitter saying the worn-out u.s. accusation cannot conceal iran's compliance with the nuclear deal. he called on washington to fulfill its own commitments to the agreement. the u.s. government is now conducting a 90 day investigation. after which it will decide whether to stick to or ditch the deal. >> the president is instructing the national security council to review the deal. and's value whether it is in the vital interest of our national security. reporter: the u.s. state department admitted that iran was complying with the nuclear deal brokered by president obama. concern remains that the agreement has failed to presenvt iran from be
LINKTV
Apr 20, 2017 2:00pm PDT
at the moment. these elections have been far from normal. >> we know that u.s. president donald trump has offered his condolences to the people of france after the killing of that police officer in paris, saying it looks like another terrorist attack, something french authorities have not confirmed. we want to be explicit about that at this time. a swift response from president trump. are you surprised to see him say that so quickly? >> he has been very eager to put the fight against terrorism on the top of his agenda. that was one of the things he has repeated a lot of times that what he wants to do internationally is to get together with other countries and fight terrorism. he reacted swiftly to this, this is probably more less to be suspected. we don't really quite know what the thinking in the white house is at the moment with regard to further intervention in the middle east as we saw with the attack in syria on the air base of the assad forces. he looks at terrorism internationally and is very swift to react to that, that is not really such a great surprise. >> it is a very fluid si
CBS
Apr 20, 2017 5:00pm EDT
will disperse. >>> the election of donald trump has become costly for the city of d.c. a lot of protests have greeted his first year in office and there are more on the horizon, as mentioned. the associated press reports that the district is going to burn through the money it receives from -- to cover police overtime and other costs. demonstrators are going to take to the streets to protest everything from climate change to funding for the arts. >>> always watching, always tracking, wusa9's first alert weather. >> we are still tracking showers and storms but they are well to the west of town. you look at this picture, our live michael & son weather cam, still quiet in the immediate metro area. toasty too. 81 degrees, winds out of the south at seven, we actually have a heat index of 82. don't see that too often in mention this on facebook and twitter if you're interested. arlene did become a tropical storm storm. second tropical storm in the month of april. showers and storms lining up and down i-81. north of the border for a minute. a pretty big storm, rolling along route 30 towards gettysbur
FOX
Apr 20, 2017 5:00pm EDT
the dotts but during a joint press conference with the italian prime minister president donald trump said the attack in paris looks like another terrorist attack. >> our condolences from our country to the people of france again it's happening it seems. i just saw it as i was walking in so that's a terrible thing and it's a very, very terrible thing that's going on in the world today but it looks like another terrorist attack and what can you say? just never ends. we have to be strong and we have to be vigilant. >> the incident comes three days before a vote in france's tense presidential
FOX News
Apr 20, 2017 2:00pm PDT
appreciate that. north korea has in many ways changed a lot of our foreign policy emphasis. donald trump not three months ago saying china was a great currency manipulator, now there our friends if they will cut a good deal and help us with the north koreans. remember the trade they had with all of those new missiles, you know whose trucks they were? chinese trucks carrying those nuclear weapons. and new ones, by the way. so i don't know. i really don't trust it. i don't believe china is the biggest threat. >> dana: think that is changing if you think that? >> bob: i think they are. >> dana: i was actually asking eric. >> eric: oh, me? i woke up hearing that xi jinping said they were going to lead on north korea. at that moment, i realize, came over for north korea now. surrounded now, china on the north, south korea on the south, japan today -- i believe it's the east. no, it's the -- yes, the east. they are going to get squeezed out of relevance. all because of what you pointed out three weeks ago or three months ago, donald trump said china was a currency manipulator and decided not t
CNBC
Apr 20, 2017 5:00pm EDT
for this? >> no, i think it's a little unclear. one side is people are over reacting. we had brexit. donald trump here who both were not supposed to win. now what you want to see on sunday night the top two candidates come within 1% or so. the market is buying, then you get a rick on the type of scenario. to me it's unclear on the euro, does that now mean euro is the german mark and it becomes very strong. if they stay in the euro, does that mean we have to have a no talk for me right now. >> it's hard to speculate france versus the uk on this one. you are actually unwinding a number of you name it. i think, remember again, may 7th is the second round. it's the more important event. >> that is a 20 percentage point lead. what do the polls mean? almost nothing. my view is, i know there has been massive rotation in europe back in 28 lows. this will rip on monday if you actually get a decided victory for the two centrist parties. i think that's worth owning. i think there is a pleas for market reality. you get to a pleas where i think we with deal with it. >> can we have a victory the two cent
CNN
Apr 20, 2017 2:00pm PDT
from their friendship. >> they have, wolf, certainly. donald trump and bill o'reilly both bit their support on their appeal to the forgotten voter. each seemed to feed off the other's popularity, but tonight o'reilly is gone. trump is being criticized for supporting him, and republican leaders are, again, worried about fallout at the polls. >> bill o'reilly -- i have a lot of respect for bill o'reilly. tough guy, smart guy. >> their success over the past 20 years is almost intertwined, their friendship well-documented. they have gone to sporting events to go, been seen sipping milkshakes. since 2003 trump owe piered on the o'reilly factor more than 20 times by cnn's count. >> a good week for president trump. >> as the interview during this year's super bowl coverage showed, o'reilly didn't always fawn over trump. >> as the president, you say, for example, there are three million illegal aliens who voted and then you don't have the data to back it up, some people are going to say that's irresponsible for a president to say that. is there any validity to that? >> well, many peop
MSNBC
Apr 20, 2017 2:00pm PDT
donald trump did promise he would be is unpredictable. and he also said, you shouldn't tell your enemies this advance what your strategy is. the most charitable interpretation of his inexplicable sort of foreign policy is that nobody knows what he's going to do. he has put the word on notice that co-do anything at any time. and he shirt hasn't telegraph in the advance of the. >>er on the issue of health care, he is finding out. we'll talk about that in the next block. coming up, members of congress are getting a healthy dose of it at home. liberty mutual stood with us when a fire destroyed the living room. we were able to replace everything in it. liberty did what? liberty mutual paid to replace all of our property that was damaged. and we didn't have to touch our savings. yeah, our insurance won't do that. well, there goes my boat. you can leave worry behind when liberty stands with you™. liberty stands with you™ liberty mutual insurance ♪my friends know me so well.s they can tell what i'm thinking, just by looking in my eyes. they can tell when i'm really excited and thrilled. an
're in such unique position because you know president donald trump really well and also your freedom caucus colleagues -- >> i think my colleagues get a bad name for at least the group that i helped found gets a bad name. people have pointed to the freedom caucus as the reason the health care bill failed. i think that's wholly inaccurate. we had a really good with count in our office in the white house over who was supporting the bill and who wasn't. about half of the freedom caucus supported the bill. half of the people did not. at the same time there's some centrist leaning republican groups in the house and some of them support the bill and some of them did not. we had 36 knows where it counted at the last count before additiobefore thedecision was mo the floor and roughly half were in the freedom caucus and half were not. i think that narrative the freedom caucus is to blame is not entirely accurate. as to whether or not they're willing to support the spending bill, or willing to support in other piece of legislation, i know what they're going to do because i was one of them. they will
BBC News
Apr 20, 2017 9:30pm BST
. to reiterate to you, we have heard from donald trump as well, who was offered his condolences to the people of france after the killing of the police officer in paris, saying it looks like another terrorist act. donald trump has been meeting the leader of italy. we were expecting to be covering the joint press co nfe re nce expecting to be covering the joint press conference but that's not happened for obvious reasons, but donald trump is offering his condolences to the people of france because of a terrorist act let's bring in james again. because of a terrorist act let's bring injames again. we talked earlier that the authorities had said one person had died, voigt is then carried a report saying a second police officer had died, are we able to confirm that yet?|j second police officer had died, are we able to confirm that yet? i am reading something i have seen on social media. second police officer has succumbed to his wounds. those reports coming from various police federations, saying there is a second police officer who has been killed. we have not yet heard that from the government,
CSPAN
Apr 20, 2017 4:26pm EDT
the presidential election, donald trump chose rex tillerson who was confirmed by the senate 56-43 on february 1. mr. tillerson spent his entire professional career at exxon mobil starting at the company in 1975 as a production engineer and rising through the ranks to eventually become chairman and ceo. >> they generally have a very clear plan that they have laid before them. in terms of when i make the statement, we are not unpredictable. if one is able to step back and understand what their long-term , and you see that they are going to chart a course, it is an understanding of how are they likely to carry that plan out? where are all of the elements of the plan that are on the table. in my view, the leadership of russia has a plan. it is a geographic plan that is in front of them. and are judging responses making the next step in the plan based upon the response. and in that regard, they are not unpredictable. anrussia does not receive adequate response to an action, they will execute the next step of the plan. >> russia, more than anything, wants to reestablish its role in the global world. they
BBC News
Apr 20, 2017 9:00pm BST
, although if we go back to the newswires, donald trump has been offering his condolences, after the killing of a police officer, saying that it looks like another terrorist attack. we have a clip of president trump responding to this which i can play you now. our condolences from this country to the people of france, again it has happened, i saw it as i was walking in. it is a terrible thing, a very very terrible thing going on in the world today but it looks like another terrorist attack and what can you say? itjust never ends. we have to be strong and we have to be vigilant and i have been saying and for a long time. back to james reynolds in paris. just for people joining us are we certain that one police officer has lost their life? off that is what the authorities say at this stage. in terms of what the authorities are saying, this is what they are broadcasting to the media, to the people in france. the picture thatis to the people in france. the picture that is being painted by the french interior ministry spokesperson is that there was a shooting near the champs—elysees, targeting
CNN
Apr 20, 2017 1:00pm PDT
of the things that donald trump talked a lot about during the campaign, and it is honestly something easy for him to stick to during this time and when he meets with people like the prime minister of italy, i think he is right to raise that point and he can raise that point. there was no commitment here today to paying the 2%, but, you know, it is a popular issue because it makes a lot of sense to americans. i wasn't surprised to hear the president say, good, i'm glad you asked that question. >> yeah. i think the questioner said that italy paid less than 1%. >> right, exactly. >> and this is an issue president obama made an issue of as well, although i think it is fair to say not as publicly as president trump does. >> that's true. it is not particularly a new issue. the united states has long been the primary funder of nato and other international organizations, so it is no surprise he is raising it again. we will see if countries commit to do more and actually do more. >> you were surprised, i believe, when president trump -- well, you characterize your own feelings, i won't do it. pres
FOX Business
Apr 20, 2017 4:00pm EDT
states in libya donald trump said no, there will not be a role. we have a lot to cover. i want to bring in our panel. we have to cover you all the latest news. a lot of it is breaking. "washington times" opinion editor and fox news contributor, charlie hurt. scott martin, kingsview asset management, fox news contributor. and we have adam shapiro in the east room where the press conference just wrapped up. adam want to go to you first. a lot of things were covered but in particular when asked about the situation in paris, both leaders were asked about this with apparent terrorist shooting we're trying to get more details on the champs-elysees. that kind of kicked off the press conference. a reminder global terrorism is at the forefront and both leaders still face the threat of terrorism, adam. reporter: you heard both leaders talk about the need to defeat isis the terrorist organization. president trump's commitment to do so. you heard the italian prime minister talk about the alliance, the north american alliance, nato and the need to maintain those strong relationships. he talked about
ABC
Apr 20, 2017 4:00pm EDT
to be deported under president donald trump. this 23-year-old filed a federal lawsuit and the judge presiding over it was one criticized by donald trump because of his heritage. he immigrated as a young child and is now suing for access to his records for deportation. the office of homeland security says that he was entitled to be in the country until next year. but they say he left the country without permission resulting in the loss of that status. president trump famously attacked the judge on the campaign trail questioning his imparti impartiality. and now he will preside over this landmark case. >> we have to file this lawsuit because we don't know what happened to him. >> i don't know why this individual was picked up. everybody in the country illegally is subject to being deported. >> and he added that no immigrant is immune. but president trump previously promised that dreamers would not be targeted. hundreds of thousand were granted protection under president tru president obama and are waiting the outcome of this case. >>> president trump is hosting italy's prime minister today at t
Bloomberg
Apr 20, 2017 3:30pm EDT
of cooperation with russia? donald trump, do you see a role in your and missed ration in helping stabilizing libya? do you agree that stabilizing libya means combating terrorism and isis? mr. trump: -- p.m. gentiloni: america has played a very key role. to remember, consolidation of an important basis of terrorism. were were operations that from the u.s. against daesh which were successful. now, the commitment must be political. in the cooperation between the u.s., italy, and other key partners in the region, the goal is to broaden the tripolis for government, which is mechanized by the international community, but which must count on a broader consensus. i believe that one clear goal should be that we need the region, and we need countries like egypt and tunisia that are close to libya, we need a stable and unified libya. makeided country would stability worse. role is very critical. p.m. gentiloni: i do not seek -- mr. trump: i do not see a role in libya. i think the united states has enough rules. we have roles everywhere. i do see a role in getting rid of isis. doing our job with respect
BBC News
Apr 20, 2017 8:00pm BST
is about to repeat itself this coming fortnight. there are obvious similarities between donald trump and marine le pen. nationalism, populism, protectionism, support for brexit, a hatred of the mainstream media and both cast by the people as revolutionaries in the battle against the establishment. there are many things besides marine le pen that we regard as quintessentially french, chanel, the food, the fine wines, the smell of burnt rubber in the paris metro. and equally distinctive is the french style of thinking. translation: the programme of mr melenchon goes a long way to changing capitalism. i am for emmanuel macron, i would changing capitalism. i am for emmanuel macron, iwould not changing capitalism. i am for emmanuel macron, i would not vote for marine le pen. yet these days france's increasingly inward looking, farfrom france's increasingly inward looking, far from the fashion boutiques of the left bank, chronic and deployment. worst in the city suburbs and the young and the ethnic minorities, there is a slow growth and debt, amid all this doubt a feeling that french cultu
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