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MSNBC
Apr 21, 2017 4:00pm PDT
character hadn't changed. nor could the campaign see the iceland of donald trump. their general election opponent came to them by surprise. >> with me, i ate had all of th rust belt states. i own states that -- i will get states that are unbelievable. that are unthinkable for the republican party. >> auththe authors join me now. when i saw that giant iceberg this morning, i go, this must have been what it was like when you're the hillary people. all these geniuses and all of a sudden this gigantic thing hits you on election night. how come they didn't spot it before, amy, this thing called trumpism? >> we have a scene in the book where she's actually wondering -- there was this rise of populism happening around her. she's talking to an adviser while flying on an airplane and saying i can't quite grassp what's going on around me. it kind of foreshadowed what the general election would look like as well when she opposed trump. >> did you see it? did either of you see it? i talked about it on the show at the time. i got a record of that. but it was always like two-thirds of what i saw. i sa
FOX News
Apr 21, 2017 4:00pm PDT
, it's donald trump's fault, he ran saying he had a secret plan to defeat isis in 90 days, he ran saying he had a repeal and replace for obamacare that he had a tax plan, but he didn't have any of those. so now, he has to as it were, and that's what's making it worse. >> martha: at the end of the day, congress has to sign legislation. and they had seven years. and the republican said, oh, we did everything for the house, ascendant, white house, they will be hunky-dory. you will be amazed of what happens. good to see you all. so tonight, it is friday. spring break is over. it's time to grade the president on week 13. from some new england patriots over to north korea. chris stirewalt, and richard fowler with their report cards coming up next. >> i don't want to telegraph what i'm thinking or what i'm doing. i'm not like other administrations. needles. essential for him, but maybe not for people with rheumatoid arthritis. because there are options. like an "unjection™". xeljanz xr. a once daily pill for adults with moderate to severe ra for whom methotrexate did not work well. xeljanz xr
CNN
Apr 21, 2017 4:00pm PDT
manafort. the question will be did this go to donald trump? >> well, that is indeed the question and although i'm not aware of any specific allegations with regard to trump, a lot of people have been when he was in russia for one of his beauty pageants or something like that, is it possible the russians collected promising information on him that could be used later or has been used. it's stuff that the fbi needs to get to the bottom of but all is completely consistent have seen this time and time again on the russian side with how the russian intelligent services do business. it all looks familiar. >> what do you think? >> the big question is what sort of communications, encrypted communications were there between russia and the trump tower? there was a new york times article talking about one alpha bank and where's that going. >> thousands of contact attempts. >> yes. >> all right. thank you all very much. i appreciate it. >>> next, president trump made big promises for his first 100 da days. now he calls that time frame ridiculous. could this be the biggest flip-flop yet? >>> new
NBC
Apr 21, 2017 7:00pm EDT
korea to take a dramatic step. the first new clear test with donald trump as president. off the coast, u.s. and south korea fighter pilots fly joint exercises as intelligence and military officials tell nbc news there are signs of preparation for a nuclear test. north korean propaganda today calling the u.s. excises mad cap american nuclear war maneuvers. defense secretary mattias in israel today discounting their threats. >> i would just take their words at the same value as we learned not to trust them. >> reporter: president trump putting more pressure on china to restrain north korea tweeting china is very much the economic lifeline to north korea so while nothing is easy if they want to solve the north korean problem, they will. in north koreans capital today, people were lining up to top off gas tanks expecting china to shut off fuel. how much influence does beijing have over north korea's erratic dictat dictator? frustrated with the regime. the regime in pyongyang demonstrated willingness to cut certain ties and frank ly to ignore the chinese if necessary. frankly to ignore the
Bloomberg
Apr 21, 2017 7:00pm EDT
is truth to it. we know that donald trump has been consistent about the iran issue. he has criticized the deal and consistently said that the narrow focus on the nuclear issue does not work and congress, the republicans have criticized the fact that this is a temporary agreement, some of these will run out in 10-15 years. the donald trump has made it clear, and rex tillerson, that they want to look at whether the sponsorship of terrorism is something that they need to add sanctions two. yousef: this function has been pulled up, showing it would be affected by the sanctions tightening. in the top 15.e in terms of where the u.s. administration is orienting itself, if it wants to underscore the bond with saudi arabia, that is what these visits are about, right? riad: saudi arabia says they are happy with the position donald trump has taken. that is something they were critical of during the obama administration, they left -- they thought they were left alone by the obama administration and they have much more commonality with donald trump over iran. in terms of trade, the u.s. has not be
ABC
Apr 21, 2017 4:00pm PDT
shot, i'm coming after you. >> jenner admits she did vote for donald trump, but has been openly critical of his administration. in february she tweeted the president to call her. he did not. you can see more of diane sawyer's exclusive interview on a special 2020 tonight here at abc 7. >> for the ritzy price of san francisco you can leave the headaches of the town behind and buy a town in oregon. >> the small town of tiller north of medford is up for sale, $3.5 million, you can buy the tiny town, six houses, the shut ergen store, gas station, and rights to water and infrastructure. now, for another can own the elementary school. it's been on a downturn, well, for the last 30 years. when the timber industry crashed. but all this could be yours. >> yes. all right. back to our breaking news,s massive power outage affecting thousands of customers in san francisco. >> what is this? it's closed now. >> we lost a lot of business today. it's a big day for us, friday. >> stores closed when traffic lights went out. it's not all bad news. the positive effect it had on some people. >> the s
FOX Business
Apr 21, 2017 7:00pm EDT
donald trump naive. but all these things don't have to pass next week. and they aren't going to. tax reform could take a long time. it took a couple years back in the 1980s. and healthcare may be easier with the changes because they have gone through it before. but the president says that this 100 days thing is ridiculous and he's trying to get these things out on the table. tom: john roberts shot down that 100-day deal. wasn't that 100 days something that was an f.d.r. deal in his first term when the country was crumbling? so the media is on his 100-day deal. on the one hand he doesn't seem to care too much about it. > it was an f -- r deal. this was 1933 during the depression. the democrats had large majorities so he could get things through almost immediately. sometimes the same day he proposed them. enron ald reagan, he didn't get much done in his first 100 days. his tax bill was not passed until july. most presidents have achieved very little in the first 100 days. but this 100 days thing made sense for fdr, hasn't made sense since then. tom: let's talk about the government shut
ABC
Apr 21, 2017 3:30pm PDT
two days away. all eyes on far right candidate marine le pen, whose campaign has mirrored donald trump's. this morning, the president tweeting, another terrorist attack in paris. the people of france will not take much more of this. will have a big effect on presidential election. le pen today calling for a crackdown on france's borders. the president in an interview with the ap suggesting this latest paris attack will probably help le pen. whoever is the toughest on radical islamic terrorism, he said, and whoever is the toughest at the borders, will do well in the election. >> alex, i want to get back to what you just said. isis had claimed responsibility. french police quick to say no evidence isis was behind the attack. >> reporter: the paris prosecutor said there was no evidence the suspect had been radicalized or had ties to islamic terror. but they're deploying 50,000 extra forces on to the streets on election sunday. >> that election this sunday, alex, thank you. >>> back here at home, the new and major promise from president trump. he's now criticizing the 100-day benchma
PBS
Apr 21, 2017 3:00pm PDT
: mikael sala is on le pen's campaign team. >> ( translated ): donald trump was saying, "we're going to make america great again;" and "we're going to make america grow again." well, this is exactly what marine le pen will do for france. she will make it great again. and the french, they really aspire to that. they want france to be great again, and they feel in their gut that marine le pen is that person. >> reporter: the potential impact of le pen's policies would be felt most keenly in barbes, a parisian district dominated by immigrants. france has nine million people living beneath the poverty line, and this market represents a snapshot. habiba belhout, a muslim, supports the socialist candidate who's trailing in fifth place. she is concerned by le pen's rhetoric. >> ( translated ): well, she's a racist, first of all. it really gives the impression that we're going decades back, back to 1939-1945. she talks about the muslims, about immigration, when there's so much more! more problems than that to deal with! and yesterday, i heard her say she was the only woman candidate who defe
FOX News
Apr 21, 2017 3:00pm PDT
in al ceci, but this is something donald trump took a particular personal interest in, and he made it happen. >> bret: tim. >> i was a little surprised at the timing, because i thought friday, putting it in a news dump day, as opposed to monday. the other side i was struck by, bo berg dahl was released and having the parents and the father started speaking arabic. that had americans raising their eyebrows. i thought this was a good thing. whether you agree with president trump or don't, it is nice to see somebody who is falsely accused brought back to the country, and she is home. maybe this leads to more with el ceci. who knows. >> we should point out that secretary mattis returning from this trip overseas had a lot of positive reaction to the trump administration from not own arab leaders, but also israeli leaders as well. i want to turn to the french election. this is what president trump told the associated press about the french election. marie la penn is the strongest on boarders and the strongest on what's been going on in france. whoever is the tough oeest on radical islam
CBS
Apr 21, 2017 6:00pm EDT
wusa 9 app. >>> president donald trump announced this afternoon he hopes to unvail his tax reform bill by next week. he says it would include a massive tax cut for individuals and businesses. probably the biggest tax ever he said. with just a week before the 100 day mark, president trump trying to demonstrate progress. today he was talking tax cuts and his work behind the scenes to win the release of an aid worker in prison. >> reporter: president trump is celebrating the freedom of an aid worker released after nearly three years in an egyptian prison. iya was providing help arrested in a wide spread crack down. then general now president sat in the same oval office chair earlier this month. as president trump approaches his 100th day in the white house, he's trying to make the case he's accomplished a lot while at the same time calling the benchmark ridiculous. friday afternoon he walked over to the treasury department to show she is intent on rolling back taxes. the president signed an executive order to review new 2016 tax reallations. looking to scrap those. >> people can't do
LINKTV
Apr 21, 2017 3:00pm PDT
comment from d donald trump on the campaign trail last octobeber. .reses. trump: this just t camet this just came out. wikileaks. i loved wikileaks. amy: we will have more onon the trump administration's plan to seek the arrest of julian headlines after headlines. we'll speak with pulitzer prize-winning journalist glenn greenwald,d, co-founder of the intercrcept. meanwhile, attorney general jeff sessions said this week he was amazed that a federal judge "sitting on an island in the pacific" had the power to halt president trump's ban on refugees and travelers from six majority-muslim nations. sessions was referring to u.s. district judge derrick watson of hawaii, who ruled in march that trump's executive order violated the first amendment's establishment clause, which bars discrimimination on religious grounds. amazed a a judge sisitting on an n island i in te papacific can issue an order tht stops the president of the united states from what appears to be, clearly, his statutory and constitutiononal powers.s. amy: attorney general sessions' comments drew condemnation from hawaii's
CNBC
Apr 21, 2017 6:00pm EDT
, since donald trump won the past election, the share corecivic. where do you see the up coming earnings? >> i felt probably about 10% ago it was done going higher, and it keeps going higher, i think you got a better handle on it than i do and it's probably going to have a deechntd quarter. decent quarter. the good, the bad, and the ugly, you don't want the entire grurp, just on the best ones. jook in georgia, jack. >> caller: hey, jim, it's jack. i had a couple of questions for you about t-mobile stock. >> i'm not saying the first round of the french presidential election coming this sunday, somehow doesn't matter. >> caller: cramer, it's eminem. >> what's up? yes, yes. >> it's good. hey gary. oh. what's with the dog-sized horse? i'm crazy stressed trying to figure out this complex trade so i brought in my comfort pony, warren, to help me deal. isn't that right warren? well, you could get support from thinkorswim's in-app chat. it lets you chat and share your screen directly with a live person right from the app, so you don't need a comfort pony. oh, so what about my motivational meerka
CNN
Apr 21, 2017 3:00pm PDT
who claim to be advising donald trump to infiltrate his campaign. >> that's right, wolf. we have learned fbi gathered intelligence last summer suggesting russian operatives were using trump advisers including carter page to infiltrate the trump campaign. according to multiple u.s. officials. the there were concerned in the bureau he may have been compromised by russian intelligence. this picture is how the russians tried to influence the 2016 election. not only through e-mail hacks and propaganda sometimes referred to as fake news but also to infiltrate the trump orbit and this led to an fbi investigation and to the coordination of trump's campaign associates and russians. these officials we have spoken to made clear they don't know whether page was aware the russians may have been using him because of the way russian spy services operate page could have unknowingly talked with russian agents. wolf? >> ka what is carter page saying about all this? >> we reached out to him today and communicated. he disputes the idea he has ever collected intelligence for the russians saying at ti
Bloomberg
Apr 21, 2017 6:00pm EDT
washington he looks to for a gut check. charlie: a lot of phone calls i donald trump to reach out and say, what do you think? night, business leaders, friends from the golf course, friends from new york. he does not often tell his aides about who he is talking to. steve bannon and reince priebus say good night at 9:00. but he is on the phone, watching tv, talking to friends, thinking through the presidency. it is unlike we have seen before . he has the circle outside of politics he is regularly turning to for advice. charlie: after 9:00, he is essentially alone? robert: the first lady is in new york with his son. he is alone in the residence with the television and his phone and twitter. charlie: in the morning when he gets up, at whatever time? robert: very early. charlie: immediately seems to start tweeting. most of the tweets come early in the morning. again, he is alone and watching television. robert: he is a 70-year-old man and has his habits. i'm told he has the printed version of the newspapers. it is important for him to understand the tabloid style from the 1980's that lifted hi
FOX Business
Apr 21, 2017 6:00pm EDT
paris knew it would help le pen. during our election time every single time it helped donald trump. why would they commit acts that will put people in office who are determined to get rid of them? >> this is the apocalyptic wing of isis. they want to bring western powers to the middle east to go to war with their islamic warriors. i would hesitate to give isis credit for shaping the election in france. as long as the attacker is muslim they take credit if he says allahu akbar. trump was not a recruiting tool for them as they said. and neither is le pen. president trump accelerated the war against isis and is giving his military commanders the tools. i expect le pen to do the same. so this doesn't help isis. they are just looking to take advantage of it, and i don't think we should give them credit. charles: they do tell the world, this is us, we did this. i think ultimately there will be voters in france who pulled the lever last week who probably two days ago weren't going to vote for le pen. but after the most recent attack, they will say i do see the light and we'll protect our count
BBC News
Apr 21, 2017 10:45pm BST
. merkel lands brexit victory for brussels. didn't donald trump say that brexit was great for britain. president 0bama put us at the back of the queue. the warning from the president 0bama administration, we love you guys. countries like to deal with the eu asa countries like to deal with the eu as a bloc. it took seven years for canada to negotiate a deal with the eu. the whole idea, if we are sophisticated enough, what will we do? sailaround on sophisticated enough, what will we do? sail around on the yacht britannia and try and individually knock on doors to ensure that we are trading with countries of the world. in the times they are going on a different line. knocking on doors is what we have been doing. boris says we're going to get a deal. in washington, they held hands and it looked good for a while. now, back of the queue again. angela merkel has whispered into the year of donald trump at this transatlantic trade partnership which was giving us trade partnership which was giving us all last year. she said, it is not going to be that complicated. donald trump likes the deal an
PBS
Apr 21, 2017 2:30pm PDT
himself, as well as donald trump's daughter, son-in-law, and chief adviser, according to the latest issue of "time's" 100 most influential people. i caught up with the coeditor of this use edition in new york. just explain what is the criteria for making the cut? >> it is a list of the world's most influential people, and the obvious question is what is influence. that varies depending on which categories you fall into on the list. sometimes influence comes from pretty obvious ways, like you have government leaders, like theresa may and president donald trump and narendra modi, prime minister of india. there also influencers in sports, like simone biles, who has become an icon for gymnasts and sports people in general. and then there are business people influential in their own sectors. it spans the pending on how you -- it spans depending on how you look at it. tim: let's switch to american policy. donald trump, ivanka, jared kushner, and steve bannon. talk us through those. >> sure. so, obviously, we have five or six people from the trump administration on the list. if you look at
FOX News
Apr 21, 2017 2:00pm PDT
south. the idea that donald trump's tough talk is keeping out is silly. the third part -- >> explain why, why is that silly? >> how can you prove it? >> they're actually not coming. >> they haven't been coming. >> like obama trying to prove they saved jobs. >> they compared it to last year. a drastic reduction. >> not last year the last obama month it's compared to. it's not the better part of a year. >> david -- >> trump has been in office for three and a half months. >> it scared me. >> 72% -- >> you try to say you lay it on the democrats. the republicans won't put it in the a rope ration bill. he has to work something out here. it's nothing to do with the democrats. they will come up with a face saving billion dollars here, that wall will never get built. >> they're get it would go walls for the price of one. >> we need another bet. you have to make a bet. >> oh. >> no, no, no. >> remember my last one. >> yes, you are going to marry bob, right, if there is no wall built. >> there will be no wall. i don't want to get married. >> i guaranteed. listen you would be a drain on my healt
CNBC
Apr 21, 2017 5:00pm EDT
donald trump surprising everybody. they think there are surprises in store for this election, especially when the first round is so close, melissa. back to you. >> what are strategists saying about the impact of the terrorist act on the elections? >> reporter: so the terrorist attacks that occurred last night about 48 hours after that, marine le pen has run on security on increasing the military, on supporting the borders and on much less immigration and trying to eradicate what she believes are very radical islamic mosques here in france. why we believe that a political presence here that she benefits. but fillon, the guy that likes mark thatcher. he is strong on security. they believe he may get a boost as well. but certainly, it's a key issue ever since we saw that first attack on dollarly hebdo in 2015 and bataclan. it's atop of the lest of minds. >> thank you, michelle. live on the ground in paris for us. we have a potential government shutdown over the markets. >> that comes to a head next friday. oil coming to $50 bucks a barrel in a month. we see mixed reaction from i
NBC
Apr 21, 2017 5:00pm EDT
resistance movement didn't do the democratic party much. >> >> donald trump yurgsed his term, make america great again, and i've heard a lot of people say, i haven't seen any greatness. >> coming up snd morning at 11:30 following me ing "meet th press," only on nbc 10. >>> you're watching nbc 10 news at 5:00 with keith jones and erin coleman. >>> a colorado company taking marijuana seams to a whole new level. >> as further a drive-thru dispensary opened yesterday. parachute, three hours outside denver off i-70. an old drive-thru restaurant. you pull in, without getting out of your car, you can buy your choice of marijuana. >> it's a stand-alone building that you drive your car into. the doors close behind you, so you're technically inside the dispensary, inside your automobile. >> on the menu, lemon diesel, mile high mint chocolate and peanut butter buddha. it recreational smoking is legal in colorado it is illegal to get high while driving. no one under 21 eve ain ln allo on the property. not even in a customer's car. >> wow. >> and turning to weather. hoping things clear up. >> s
CNN
Apr 21, 2017 2:00pm PDT
, breaking news. russia used people claiming to advise donald trump to infiltrate the campaign. >> reporter: the fbi gathered intelligence last summer suggesting russian operatives tried to use trump advisers, including carter page, to infill trail the the trump campaign. this is according to several u.s. officials. now, carter page's critical speech of u.s. policy against russia in jump 2016 at a prominent moscow university is part of what raised concerns in the bureau he may have been compromisinged by russian intelligence, but this new information adds to the emerging picture of how the russians meddled and influenced the 2016 election, not only through e-mail hacks and propaganda, sometimes referred to as fake news, but also trying to infiltra infiltrate 9 trump gain. they don't know whether page was awater russians were using him as well as the other advisers because of the way that russian spy services prampts page could have unknowingly talked with russian agents. >> pamela, what is carter page saying about this. >> reporter: page disputes this idea that he's collected i
NBC
Apr 21, 2017 5:00pm EDT
context, and that includes the election of donald trump as president. the appointment of scott pruitt to run the epa, proposed huge cuts in science funding for government-funded science research at nih, at the department of energy, and at the epa. the curtailing of a lot of environmental regulations. so it's an odd duck, a little bit. it's a political event that claims not to be partisan. let's see how they walk that linen >> and who are going to be some of the speakers in the march? >> bill nigh the science guy is a headliner. and there will be young scientists from a wide, diverse group of backgrounds that frankly, i, as a science reporter, i don't know some of them, so i'll be eager to hear their stories. the scientists behind the discovery of the lead crisis in flint, michigan is going to be there. guest love the musician is going to be one of the emcees. you'll see some activists and some climate scientists like makel mann from penn state will be there. i think they're only given two minutes to speak each, so there will be a lot of people coming on that stage over the course from
CBS
Apr 21, 2017 5:00pm EDT
donald trump but you cannot build a party necessarily on that. we want to talk to him about what idea really are the center of the democratic party but he will reminus, he is not a democrat. >> that is exactly right, fascinating stuff. we will be watching on sunday. thanks for being with us tonight. >> sure thing. >>> you can watch john dickerson, this sunday and every sunday on face the nation and it happens at 10:30 3 >>> former president barack obama is set to make his first powe white house appearance on monday. president obama will join young leaders at university of chicago to discuss local community affairs. it is seen as part of the non- profit obama foundation to help develop the next generation of the citizens. obama is also set to accept an award in boston next month. >>> queen elizabeth's grandsons prince william and harry are opening up about the painful loss of their mother princess diana. >> they sat down recently to discuss their boss and gave their most open comments since the car crash 20 years ago. >> it is rare candid conversation between siblings, britain's young
FOX
Apr 21, 2017 5:00pm EDT
donald trump welcomes egyptian-american home after overseeing her release from egyptian prison. she, her husband and four co-workers jailed in 2014 accused child abuse and trafficking. they had been working with homeless children in care ous and human rights groups claim the charges were completely false. after years of postponed court hearings a the charges were dropped on sunday. the decision came soon after president trump met with the egyptian president at the white house. >>> a local prom king unlike most others. how he's melting hearts while raising awareness. >> and 13 reasons why a major hit online that your children probably already watched. but is it sending the wrong message? why experts say it is dangerous. scott? >> dawn making plans for the weekend. keep the umbrellas handy. we still have some rain in that weekend forecast but we'll talk about a warmup next. ♪ check it out. live look at cape may from our brand new camera down there. hello to all of our viewers in cape may. we love getting to look at your beautiful beach town. meteorologist scott williams will have your fo
FOX Business
Apr 21, 2017 5:00pm EDT
of racism. donald trump tapped into anger. he got that people are deeply angry. but donald trump said it's their fault, those other people who don't worship like you, those don't who don't have the same color as you. he told a story. it's just the wrong story. liz: people are angry. got that, check. she called them within this stew of racism. the liberal media and the democrats have been playing the race card and all sorts of things. chris matthews said anyone worried about the constitutional rights of privacy, anyone worried about susan rice spying on trump and his team? they are deplore any sexist and racist, too. >> they are looking for a pinata and found one in susan rice. >> tonight's always a female. >> they are defaming her because she is a black woman and they didn't like bengazi. liz: if the head of snap-on said the prejudice against blue collar workers is the last acceptable form of bigotry from the left. >> they learned saying not so complimentary things about working men and women in the country is the last politically correct form of bigotry. >> do the democrats want to l
MSNBC
Apr 21, 2017 2:00pm PDT
needs to be a unity tour when donald trump is in the white house also tells you the state of the democratic party. >> i go back to it is -- if democrats win the house, they're going to win it through the south. and these suburban southern districts, and again, you know, you're going to have this tension between bernie krats and the john ossoffs of the world. >> look, i think the other thing perez needs to do is clean things up after the bitter chairmanship fight with keith he will i son. >> he's co-chair. that's one way to do it. >> you're absolutely right about that. i think they're going to wind up following the same play book the republicans did, be the party of no. he didn't pay any political price. his goal was to make sure barack obama wasn't elected. >> the most popular elected politician in this country is bernie sanders. >> yes. >> hard stop. >> yes. >> i mean, did you ever think that would ever be the case? >> no. >> yeah. i mean, no. [ laughter ] >> he's a member of no party. >> that's the point. >> and i think that is -- adds to his popularity. that's the irony. i kno
CSPAN
Apr 21, 2017 4:43pm EDT
for healthcare. and so i think what you're going to have with donald trump, the probe job guy, he needs to have small victories. and i think what we are going to see is small ball tax reforms with a little r. this year as late as february of next year. the stock market has rallied materially on the expectation of tax reform. and we are going to slip and slide until we actually see something that creates clarity around what kind of businesses and individuals are going to be living with. >> what we have are people with real-world experience working with low companies on the retail side and also multinational and domestic middle-market companies. they can. >> guest: the issue of what happens if we get nothing. i think -- i want to know what would happen, with the markets tank, what would happen and what is the least amount congress should do?by december? >> thank you. it has the opportunity a couple of times to work through some pretty significant restructuring. driven by tax motivated situations and a couple of companies i was with. they have the ultimate benefit derived and it was
BBC News
Apr 21, 2017 9:30pm BST
particular audience, of course, in president donald trump. it wanted the world's media, to amplify and broadcast that message on its behalf. we are being used, to some extent, another word of caution, about these trips. standing alongside that parade, watching the crowds, trying to judge for ourselves whether the extraordinary emotion on display is real or manufactured. again, all of thatis real or manufactured. again, all of that is useful. there have been insta nces that is useful. there have been instances where foreign reporters have found themselves in a tricky situation, as a result of the regime taking issue with their reporting. i think, on the round, it's fair to conclude because north korea has invited the foreign media, because they want us to project a certain message on their behalf, but they also understand that, with that, comes a certain nuisance and annoyance. for me on the ground, my job is to work out how far i can push being a nuisance and an annoyance without crossing a line getting me or my team into difficulty. we need to afford the people we are dealing with ins
? good question. make no mistake. i'm not here to trash donald trump. he is the president, he won the election. >> not by majority. he won it byht: the rules that were laid out. i have to work with them. he said some things i kind of like. the thing that he really said that heike a lot is wants to invest $1 trillion in american infrastructure. i didn't read the footnotes, but that did not show up in his budget. [laughter] but that goes back to -- when i said i don't think the president really read the budget, that is a hopeful thing. that is my hope. i think he really does want to invest in american infrastructure. i don't think he had a choice about how we did it. there was noise about giving tax credits to big corporations so they can redo the infrastructure with trickle-down economics. i will fight that. i think that will be fought on a bipartisan basis out of the appropriations committee. remember what congress does. the essential functions of the u.s. house, to tax and to spend. we spend all our time fighting over how much to tax, how much to spend. who to tax and what to spe
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Apr 21, 2017 1:00pm PDT
follows is my 100 day action plan to make america great again. it's a contract between donald j. trump and the american voter and it begins with bringing honesty, accountability and change to washington, d.c. first, a constitutional amendment to impose term limits on all members of congress. a lifetime ban on white house officials lobbying on behalf of a foreign government. i will announce my intention to totally renegotiate nafta. china, a currency manipulator. fully repeal obamacare and replace it with health savings accounts. >> and that is just a taste of all the things mr. trump promised. joining me now to discuss this, i want to bring in a great panel. msnbc political analyst, former pennsylvania governor, ed rendell, and louise revnoski joins me. governor, pick up where we left off. you just heard president trump tick off what he wanted to get done in his first 100 days. he has achieved some of it. i was speaking to a republican analyst earlier today who said he actually gives him a higher mark than he thought he was going to. how do you rate the president as we approach this 10
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Apr 21, 2017 4:00pm EDT
cents a gaat lon. raise prices of cost of living for the people who he elected donald trump. to do that is insane. we need money for tax cuts. tax cuts are supposed to be c-u- t, tax cuts. it is our money. they wan print it but can't create it. carol, another idea, gary cohn, close advisor to the president, a lot of people worry because he is from the democratic side, he is liberal, he might favor something like a carbon tax which has been floated by democrats for decades. yesterday he said the carbon tax, i'm quoting him, not in the mix. that was music in my ears. was it to yours? >> absolutely. i think whether it's the border tax or carbon tax or anything you want to put in front of the word tax, other than cutting tax, that is not anything that the majority of americans want to see and want to hear. i think that the challenge that we have is, we have very smart voices in a gary cohn and steve mnuchin but will, not only the president listen to them but when it ulmately gets to congsscan they execute? david: yeah. >> even though they theoretically have the mandate, you never underestim
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Apr 21, 2017 1:00pm PDT
may have hit home with donald trump. >> neil: all right. thank you very much. charlie gasparino. so wednesday is the tax cuts plan that will be unveiled. it's being bigger than anything we've gotten in the past with the ronald reagan tax cuts. peter arskan joining us. he's a member of the crucial committee where they have been working on this for some time now. very good to have you, congressman. sounds that the president wants to go through an offer plan of his own next wednesday. is that being coordinated with you guys? >> this is welcome news. we've been waiting for the white house, neil. the white house has a blueprint. it's a plan that we embrace and we enjoy. >> neil: is it your plan? is it roughly the same in seven rates to three a cut in the corporate tax? >> i think there's elements of this. look, your guess is as good as mine. that's why this is news. the president is coming out saying they'll have a dramatic tax cut. that is music to people's ears. >> neil: will it be as dramatic of yours. the corporate rate down to 20%. maybe lower. are you all roughly in agreement on th
israel i would like to extend that. led by the president donald trump we are happy to see the first member of the cabinet to visit us and we hope to see president donald trump as well. thank you minister lieberman and good morning everyone. i am honored to return to israel once again to show my respect for this country and for the israeli people i'm keenly aware that we stand together this morning just a week before the holocaust remembrance day and we day and we share a common determination to never allow such horrific events to recur. as you noted this is my first visit to israel as secretary of defense and i am honored as well to be the first cabinet official from the new administration to visit our friends here. this trip follows a number of senior-level engagements between the leadership of our two countries including president trumps meeting. in the minister visit in washington march. the cooperation has nested firmly within our diplomatic relationship and on that score i'm pleased that he will arrive here next month. i just came from saudi arabia and egypt. my discussion was
Bloomberg
Apr 21, 2017 3:30pm EDT
: "what'd you miss?" president donald trump says he will have a tax announcement wednesday before his 100 day mark in office. but merrill lynch indicates tax reform from a market perspective looks like all that a dead issue. we have more on that call with the head of u.s. short-term rates at the bank. a lot of enthusiasm about tax reform, people realizing it might be difficult. before we get into what the market is saying and how traders are seeing this, is there a difference between tax reform and tax cuts? do across-the-board tax cuts, or a complicated deficit-neutral kind of thing, from an economic perspective they are not equivalent, right? >> i think what the market wants to see our policies and tax reform helps with that. a lot of folks in the administration have talked about simplification, progrowth policies, providing incentives to bring business back to the u.s. instead of keeping businesses or cash offshore. that is the reform the market would like to see. tax cuts are a good thing and i would be stimulative in the near-term term, but a broader reassessment of how the tax code
Univision
Apr 21, 2017 12:00pm PDT
, que donald trump no hace bien su trabajo? jorge: no es de la administraciÓn de donald trump, ojo, el estudio es sobre la administraciÓn de obama. donald trump ha pedido mÁs presupuesto. si el presidente obama deportÓ a 2.7 millones de personas, imaginen si mejoran con mayores recursos. carolina: ese serÍa el impacto del reporte. podrÍa afectar a mÁs gente. jorge: totalmente. estÁn las Órdenes ejecutivas donde eliminÓ una de las polÍticas que no se suelta a la gente que haya sido detenida por un tema de inmigraciÓn rosario: este informe es perfecto para donald trump que ha pedido mÁs personal. jorge: exacto. podrÍa tener los recursos que necesita para una gran fuerza de deportaciÓn. lo mismo que prometiÓ en su campaÑa. todas las personas que tengan un problema de inmigraciÓn, que segÚn las Órdenes ejecutivas en once millones de indocumentados, hay que prestar atenciÓn a ese informe. carolina: perfecto. muchas gracias. mÁs informaciÓn en la pÁgina web. muchas gracias. hablando de inmigraciÓn, la aplicaciÓn lanzarÍa un botÓn de pÁnico para los mexicanos e
PBS
Apr 21, 2017 12:00pm PDT
reveals backers of donald trump in indonesia have joined army officers and a vigilante street movement linked to isis in an attempt to oust indonesia's democratically elected president. nairn revised indonesians involved in the coup attempt include a corporate lawyer working for the mining company freeport-mcmoran, which is controlled by trump adviser carl icahn. icahn'slawyer for carl freeport was videotaped not long ago at a isis swearing ceremony where he was one of two people presiding as a group full of young men pledged allegiance or swore allegiance to the leader of isis. all of that and more, coming up. welcome to democracy now!, democracynow.org, the war and peace report. i'm amy goodman. the state of arkansas has killed prisoner ledell lee just hours thursday, after a flurry of court activity cleared the way for his execution, in what could be the first of four death sentences carried out in arkansas this month. prisons officials injected lee with the sedative midazolam, the anesthetic vecuronium bromide, and the toxin potassium chloride. he was pronounced dead at 11
MSNBC
Apr 21, 2017 12:00pm PDT
going to do it. >> reporter: leaving millionings of -- since president donald trump took office, the number of immigrants arrested has gone up to about 16,000, which are those with criminal histories, and 5,000 without criminal histories, the numbers this year are higher, looking at the same time period, but they still aren't as high as they were in 2014 under president obama. >> i have to ask you about that beautiful backdrop where you are. so the homeland security secretary and the attorney general, what are they likely seeing? >> reporter: they're going to be touring the border here in and in san diego, i don't know if that's very clear, but that is actually two sets of fences, in between that is where border control has cars, trucks, suvs and 4-wheel drive units that come up and down these roads. san diego is also going to be the site of those prototypes of the wall that's going to be built later on this year. all of those things they're going the see later today. >>> coming up, new detail into the investigation into the latest deadly terror attack in paris, what authorities foun
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Apr 21, 2017 12:00pm PDT
also the expansion of the children's health insurance program. so it's not unfair to donald trump to say what have you done for us. kellyanne conway. nominating an confirming pa supreme court justice. but in terms of legislative bills, the president doesn't have a single one. he will be marked down on that. but on the other hand, it seems to me -- it is a ridiculous standard but it doesn't matter. if the president gets it done in the 107th day, more power to him. >> chris, looking forward to seeing you sunday. thank you, this weekend's show, chris will talk with mick mulvaney talking about the budget coming up. and that's this sunday on your local fox station. check the tv listings for the time in your area. i mentioned the videotape play-out on behalf of the president's comments that he made while leaving the department of treasury. we're told about 60 seconds or less. we'll see that. we want to hang here for a moment. see what was on reporter's minds there. chris, i thank you. i want to bring you back as we wait on this, i have the sense that this is a white house in some ways that
CNN
Apr 21, 2017 12:00pm PDT
more votes in the democratic primary than any of her opponents. she won more votes than donald trump in the general election. she's the first woman ever to be nominated for president of a major party and if you look at the general election, there's a lot of things that came out of that that the democratic party needs to focus on in terms of rebuilding and i love president obama but as we talk about regularly, the dnc, you know, lost a lot of its infrastructure over the last eight years and we really are in a position where we were in 2005. howard dean understood the two-party system and understood that we need to compete in every single corner of the country and also invest in local parties and state parties. really, we've been here before and we're going to do it again but this time the dnc needs to rebuild it and do it in the long run and hillary clinton isn't going anywhere. as a former -- i've worked for her on and off for almost 14 years so i naturally get folks reaching out to me making requests. look at the results in kansas and georgia. >> democrats got closer but ultimately the
CNN
Apr 21, 2017 11:00am PDT
points that donald trump had talked about so much during the campaign. health care reform, repealing and replacing obamacare. that is still stalled even though the president and administration officials say that they are feeling some headway heading into next week in terms of making up some ground on health care. also, immigration reform. building that wall. still not -- still it has not happened. and all this as the administration is now looking at what could be a government shutdown next week, although, ana, we are hearing from administration officials that they are feeling confident that that will not happen next week. ana? >> all right. a lot could still happen between now and then, indeed. jason carroll, our thanks to you. >>> joining me now, the former chief of staff and retired senator max baucus. he served as investigative council for the senate finance committee. also with us, david hoppy, former chief of staff for paul ryan and cnn political analyst rebecca berg and patrick healy is with us as well. i want to make sure we get everybody credit where credit is due. david, let
MSNBC
Apr 21, 2017 11:00am PDT
. isis says it's behind the murders of a police officer on paris' champs-dylesses. >>> donald trump will sign two new executive orders this hour aimed at gutting some of the regulations adopted after the 2008 financial crisis. like most of the 25 executive orders he's already signed, these will have little effect except to look for ways to rescind the rules. now, at the same time, he's turning to the behemoth of a fight, health care. it failed on its first pass last month. but the plan has skeptics on both sides of the aisle. >> it is a very aggressive timetable, so i don't know. >> this is a terrible plan. it will hurt people in my state. >> and then there's the budget battle looming on capitol hill, a showdown that could lead to a shutdown. democrats ready to fight the president's demand for a down payment on a border wall. we've got a great team of correspondents and journalists ready to break this all down. nbc's kelly o'donnell is at the white house. former democratic congressman and professor at the university of michigan harold ford. david nakamura, white house reporter for the "w
Bloomberg
Apr 21, 2017 2:00pm EDT
-- actually went to donald trump. what kind of markets do we wake up to on monday morning at >> very excited markets. butmarkets have priced in, elections, innch --h cases the pen will lose marine le pen will lose. you will see french spreads and other peripheral role european spreads. i do not know what you will see on the euro, but it will be an ly volatile open on monday. i am sure the central banks will attend to be there this afternoon, but i want to leave with you some information, which is the amount that. -- amount of debt. point, one single sand grain can change the shape of the whole thing. if we get a victory after the second round with either le pen -- elenchon, we ar>> let's take this beautiful model further. it ends up being the tail risks that are out there. that is a jump condition tail risk. what is the grain echoing is not a turkish election. it is not a french election. >> if france goes away from the therelist candidates, will be a question about the consequence of the european union. and this all in the case of le pen, that is where -- >> your days of disco on th
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Apr 21, 2017 2:00pm EDT
think you can get bipartisan support on that. >> if i were donald trump, i'm not but if i were, i would invoke what john kennedy did in the '60s when he lowered taxes. this is what democrats used to be for as well, and i would take some of their icons. trish: i love that you brought that up. it doesn't have to be political; right? >> this isn't a right wing thing, this is making so that people can go get a job rather than have to be on relief. here's what happens, and i think also the president needs to explain corporate income tax lowering is not something that is disassociated from them as a consumer. here's why. you have to explain that every time a corporation has lower taxes, then the corporation can pass that money onto the consumer. when corporations have higher taxes, they pass the cost to the consumer. truth is corporations pay zero tax effectively because everything they pay, they have to build into the cost of their product of service. trish: i agree with you on that, and i think that's been proven out in a lot of economic models as well. however, you have the likes of
FOX News
Apr 21, 2017 11:00am PDT
. through the obama administration, all of this was punted onto donald trump. so the situation is much messier and the decisions are even tougher. and we don't really have any good options at this point. >> sandra: matt is saying syria would be well advised not to use chemical weapons again, taking a strict tone there. let's also talk about the president and where he says we are at with north korea. he had that dual press conference yesterday with the italian prime minister. he was asked about the challenges we face there. here's what he said. >> as far as north korea's concerned, we are in very good shape. i have great respect for the president of china. i can say from my standpoint, i liked him very much. i respect him very much. and i think he's working very hard. some very unusual moves have been made over the last two or three hours. and i really have confidence that the president will try very hard. >> sandra: as we all continue to wonder what role china will play in all of this, the president sounding very confident that china will help put pressure on north korea. >> well,
hillary clinton for president but many of mr. trumka's 12.5 million members voted for donald trump last november. after the election, surprise result. mr. trumka extended an olive branch to the president-elect offering to work together on issues like trade and manufacturing where their views overlap. he's taken a different tact than many clinton supporters and met with the president several times since. they have discussed issues like wages and infrastructure. mr. trumka says the bottom line is jobs. jobs, especially in areas where unions have historically been strong, have been in transition or decline and were a factor of deciding the 2016 election. most recently, the afl-cio has threatened to sue if the labor department tries to water down a boost in overtime eligibility that the obama administration enacted. millions of white collar workers were poised to gain an overtime eligibility increase last december under obama's change until a federal judge blocked it. health care is another area where the new president and the afl-cio aren't seeing eye to eye. at the same time, the nation i
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Apr 21, 2017 10:00am PDT
. >> get to talk to you. >> jon: a judge criticized by then presidential candidate donald trump is said to hear a major immigration case, a so-called dreamer who claims he was unlawfully deported. so did agents violate his protected status? and there are a lot of rumors rambling around washington that the justice department is considering charges, criminal charges against julian assange and his organization wikileaks. we ask the attorney general about that earlier, our legal panel also will wait in as well as what jeff sessions has to sa say. the road can change in an instant. but with lightning fast shifts and dynamic track-tuned suspension, what the road demands, the gs delivers. experience high performance through high technology, in the lexus gs 350 and gs turbo. experience amazing. aleve with dtens device,y a relief from lower back pain. that's good, cause i need it. i put it on my back. ok, this is interesting. there we go. there's the little tingle. i feel this electrical pulse grabbing at my muscles. level 3. 5. i'm pleasantly surprised. it was more powerful than i was expecting
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