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PBS
Apr 21, 2017 4:59pm PDT
director said one of the priorities of the trump administration is money for a border wall. >> when you talk about funding the government, there is an opportunity for us to work together. and what we're focusing on right now is we have our list of priorities, it won't surprise anybody what some of them are. we want more money for defense. we want to build a border wall. we want more money for immigration enforcement. >> the sticking points in the budget negotiations are border wall, of course, immigration enforcement, and as we've been reporting, insurance subsidies under the affordable care act. elon, walk us through some of those gop demands. >> reporter: the hard line from the administration has really caught lawmakers in both parties off-guard here. again, you mentioned that money for the border wall, stepped-up immigration enforcement. those are two things that democrats have pointed to as poison pills in any spending bill. just a few days ago, congressional aides have been signaling that negotiations were going very well, they were expected to reach some sort of a deal. this reall
CSPAN
Apr 21, 2017 7:59pm EDT
-term measure you right in the article that the 100th day of the trump in ministrations said the number one sea a government shutdown at the end of the week how likely is that when. >> is fairly unlikely at this point with the worst case congress could pass another short-term continuing resolution as a stopgap to buy another week for the fiscal year but it is possible it could happen if they give on their demands that it is unlikely in this is the first big spending battle. >> covering those appropriations commissions you can follow his reporting on twitter thanks for the update . >> when you arrive in washington d.c. you get very comfortable in that situation and you don't want to give up those comforts but the way to do that is to spend more money and not solve problems but to create programs and take credit for those with the very efficient or effective to take credit for those. so many members of congress are here it is the best job they have never had the highest paying job they have ever had and they don't want to give up so their reelection is more important than the actua
FOX
Apr 21, 2017 4:00pm PDT
another possible us missile strike. days after the april 4 chemical attack president trump gave the go-ahead. secretary matus morning syrian leaders the us is prepared to act again if necessary. >> they would be ill advised to try to use any again and we made that very clear. >> matus meeting with israeli prime minister who says he is encouraged by the us response to the use of chemical weapons so far>> we sent a great change in the direction of american policy. >> talks focusing on a ron the biggest nemesis in the region. secretary matus says it still stands and it appears that ron agrees. there has been a review order to see if that's in the america's best interest. >>>> canada repeatedly threatened to tear up that deal. a ron has -- iran has >>> ktvu fox2 news at 5:00 starts now. >>> messe powder -- power address -- power outage goes to san francisco trapping people in elevators and turning traffic into gridlock. 88,000 customers were without electricity. now almost 8 hours later, good news. all the 3000 customers have their power back on. >>> we will get to that story in a moment.
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
the first round of voting in the french presidential election for both president trump and former president obama have now injected themselves to a certain extent in this race. in moments, we will be joined by congress in peter king. we are joined in paris for the very latest. >> martha, it's looking like a pretty normal night here in the shots... -- in fact, i'm standing at the very spot where that guy got out of his car last night with an ak-47 rifle and shot point-blank into a police man, seriously injuring two hours, and hurting a tourist. and then he ran. and then according to eyewitnesses that we've spoken to, the shots rang out round after round, bringing him down and killing him. today, the police i did find the man as kareem -- very long record. he has been 14 years in four different senses, including another failed attack. the police said they didn't see any signs of radicalization while he was in prison through all that time, but they do admit they have found on his body last night a handwritten note, a defense of isis. in fact, isis has claimed spots ability for the at
CNN
Apr 21, 2017 4:00pm PDT
, the fbi has intelligence suggesting russian operatives tried to infiltrate the trump campaign. >>> new satellite images of the north korea nuclear site. is another nuclear test imminent. >>> a top obama white house staffer opening up about her old boss, president trump and ivanka's job. >>> good evening to all. breaking news. our cnn exclusive. we're learning tonight that u.s. intelligence officials have gathered information that suggests russia tried to use carter page and other trump advisors to infiltrate the trump campaign. page is a former investment banker. he's described himself as a junior member in his words of trump's foreign policy team during the campaign. this development tonight a major one in the ongoing investigation into russia's meddling in the 2016 election. pamela brown has been following this story. she is out front from washington. what more are you learning this evening? >> we learned the fbi gathered intelligence last summer that suggested russian operatives tried to use trump advisors to infiltrate the trump campaign. this is according to multiple u.s. official
NBC
Apr 21, 2017 7:00pm EDT
struggle to get back online. what caused it? >>> massive tax cut. president trump's new promise as he nears the end of his first 100 days, a benchmark he once embraced but now calls ridiculous. >>> moment of terror, dramic new video of an isis inspired attacker opening fire in paris. tonight the american family who looked him right in the eye. >>> life on the run, new details in that alleged teacher student kidnapping. the victim finally headed home. >>> hotel hackers, a massive breach at major chains. how cyber thieves are targeting your vacation and business travel. >>> and the puzzle master, the man behind the brain teasers that millions make a daily ritual. right now. >> announcer: from nbc news world head quarters in new york, this is "nbc nightly news" with lester holt. >>> good evening. power outages in big cities on both sides of the country made for some harrowing and frustrating moments today. the worst in san francisco where a blackout parol utilized a wide area including the bustling financial district affecting hundreds of thousands of above and below ground from stuck
Bloomberg
Apr 21, 2017 7:00pm EDT
, turkey will be sold because some right now, priced such as what trump will do to syria. and the promise to include -- promised to introduce capital very -- t -- that is doingntially what he is right now is tailoring the constitution to fit one person, himself. what does this mean turkey -- what problems does this mean for turkey as a country now? not theroblem is parliamentary regime is bad, the big problem is we don't have checks and balances between the parliament, the presidency and the judiciary. the new constitution aluminate's what we had. he will use his powers wisely and make decisions that are good for turkey. i look at regimes like mr. putin's russia. ofh the exception resource-based industries, the economy is not recovery. it doesn't fit the realities of 21st century. ven assuming he is the most right guy on earth -- what ?appens if he loses the new system wasn't wide in my opinion. >> up next, oil weakness prompt the imf to count out before saudi arabia and commodity exporters. this is bloomberg. welcome back to the best of bloomberg markets. international monetary fund rais
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
. charles: here is lou dobbs. tom: good evening, i'm tom sullivan in for lou dobbs. president trump repairing to turn his folk to us domestic policy next week after dealing with foreign policy challenges from syria to north korea. a government shutdown fight and tax reform package that the president says will include a massive tax cut for businesses and individuals. john roberts has our report. >> with the president's first 100 days rapidly coming to a close. president trump indicated he's putting on a full court press for his legislative agenda. initiating reviews of financial regulations, president trump said hold on to your hats, tax reform is coming. >> we'll have a big announcement wednesday having to do with tax reform. the process has begun long ago. but it formally begins wednesday. reporter: it will drop right in the middle of a legislative battle to keep the government running and the possibility the president's healthcare plan may rise from the ashes like the phoenix. >> the press reported there was a give-up. there is no give-up. it took obamacare 17 months. i have been
PBS
Apr 21, 2017 3:59pm PDT
" looking at the trump administration as it approaches 100 days in office. >> when you try to understand, what i am trying to understand as a reporter, why is elise ening for mo cohen, palin and cashner, why is he more hawkish on foreign policy, always come back to his habits. he is watching the polls as if they are ratings, listen to the television chattering in washington and reacting to it and form lating new strategies. >> rose: we continue with a conversation with chris hill, former ambassador to south korea, about north korea. and what are the options for the united states. >> i'm not sure there is really a scope for negotiation at this point, with the north koreans. they agreed to give up their nuclear weapons and then they abandoned what they agreed to. and now they'd like to talk to us, of course, but as one nuclear power to another. i'm not sure that is really going to lead us anywhere. i think we need to have a serious, closer understanding with the chinese. >> rose: and we conclude this evening with a conversation about the youth anxiety center at new york press we
be about. and i think president trump -- unaffordability. and i think president trump ran on that issue. and we have to have an answer to that issue for the american public. this slide just summarizes, gives you three numbers to put the unaffordability in context. the first number is the heed january household income -- median household income. let me remind you what that means in case you forgot your statistics. half the american households make less than this amount, half the american households make more. you know? we in this room are very privileges in american society, very privileged. i don't know your incomes, but i don't have to know your incomes. you're this health care, you're at the top of the health care heap, and you're wearing very nice clothes. [laughter] okay? we don't realize that the median in america is $56,000 for a household. not an individual. okay? now, the average employer-sponsored insurance premium, when pepperdine provides its professors or its administrators employer-sponsored insurance, across the country, 2016, the average premium, all in, the employe
coverage with president trump:. also a discussion of the article in the new republic on future of black lives matter. be sure to wash c-span's washington journal live at 7:00 eastern saturday morning and join the discussion. >> earlier today president trump signed an executive order directing the treasury sectary to review regulations issued last year and recommend improvements. the president also signed a presidential memorandum to review dodd/frank financial regulations and the authority of the financial stability oversight council. his is 10 minutes. >> thank you very much. a great honor i must say. president trump: it's a great pleasure to be at the united states treasury department and meet so many dedicated public servants. i went through that beautiful hallway with the incredible paintings of past secretaries. it was really very interesting. i want to read every one and learn about every one of them but we have one i hope will go down as one of the greats. i think hamilton is tough to beat but maybe you can do that, too. we'll take it, right sf thank you very much. the treasury d
FOX
Apr 21, 2017 6:30pm EDT
becoming a real trump ite here. i thought they would plunge back into healthcare, had they done that it's dangerous >> they're still t it >> they're doing tax reform first >> they're still talking about healthcare too >> they're starting with tax reform. the key here is to get tax reform done, build momentum in congress. bring in some things democrats can vote for moderate republicans can vote for. then maybe before memorial day, early june, before or after, then you go to healthcare. >> well, all right. brandon, i'm going to go to you. >> i don't see how they can do that. i'd like them to reach out to republicans and democrats but there's no way they can get tax reform done before june, august is what the secretary of the treasure said. we'll see what he comes up with in terms of tax reform. i hope it includes something in addition to these massive tax cuts for the wealth, how about for the middle class and tax credits for the low income folks. >> i got news. i think we got breaking news, it's not public information. >> what's that, jack with the freedom caucus and the deal is trump
ABC
Apr 21, 2017 3:30pm PDT
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 benchmark. here's jonathan karl. >> reporter: president trump greeted with cheers at the treasury department.
CBS
Apr 21, 2017 6:30pm EDT
: also tonight, she's 11 and suing president trump. >> reporter: you've been worried about climate change-- >> since kindergarten. >> mason: secret meetings at mar-a-lago raise new questions about who's getting access to the president and how. and steve hartman with the kid no one wanted. >> he has no arms. how is he going to play basketball? >> mason: until he showed them all. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> mason: good evening, scott's on assignment. i'm anthony mason. tens of thousands of scientists plan to mark earth day tomorrow my marching in hundreds of cities across the country and around the world. they'll be protesting cuts to research and programs to fight climate change. this comes as americans are growing pessimistic about the environment. a cbs news poll today found just 12% believe the environment will improve for the next generation. 57% say it will get worse. dr. jon lapook begins our coverage. >> reporter: erich jarvis studies the neurobiological of language at new york city's rockefeller university. his entire rese
BBC News
Apr 21, 2017 11:30pm BST
paper president trump is prioritising a trade deal with the eu over britain. the daily mail warns of a new mortgage price war as lenders cut interest rates. the sun also warns of tax rises and pension cuts if the conservatives win the election. it says there could be an increase in overseas aid spending. the express writes the prime minister is to reject a fresh call from brussels to give a life—time guarantee of working rights to eu citizens currently in the uk. and the guardian leads with the presidential elections in france, and the heightened security in polling stations after yesterday's attack in paris. starting with some reflections on three days of campaigning we have had after the snap election was announced, much to everyone‘s surprise. the daily mirror is where we will begin. the tory bombshell. the chancellor says he will drop a pledge not to hike taxes. this isn't co mforta ble pledge not to hike taxes. this isn't comfortable for philip hammond, who says he wants to lower the tax burden on people, when the economy is doing well. indeed. spreadsheet fill, as he is nic
CBS
Apr 21, 2017 6:30pm EDT
the president. >> yeah. >> reporter: to sue the government of the united states. >> yeah. trump is not doing anything to help stop climate change. he's a climate change denier, and we're going to prove that to-- to the world. >> reporter: mccrae is one of 21 students suing the government, claiming it is violating their constitutional right to a healthy planet by not doing enough to limit the use of fossil fuels. the case, originally filed in oregon in 2015, bears the name of lead plaintiff kelsey juliana. >> it's a disgrace that the government has put its sins and its younger generations into a position where we have to go to our court. >> reporter: the justice department tried to get it thrown out, but instead in november, u.s. district court judge anne achin' agreed to hear it. >> my mom is like, "your case won and you're going to move getting ready to cry and i was like, no, no, i have to go back to class. >> reporter: the trial could start later this year. 16-year-old aji piper says bring it on. you're taking on not just the federal government. you're taking on big oil companie
FOX
Apr 21, 2017 6:00pm EDT
? everybody loves you. >>> so long for now mar-a-lago. president trump's new summer white house in new jersey. >>> then. >> please don't get it. >> frappuccino rant. why he is so fed up with starbucks new drink. >> i have never been
MSNBC
Apr 21, 2017 3:00pm PDT
, president trump denies it, but it sure looks like he's put himself in a race against the clock. president trump today signing three new executive orders and then dropping this bomb about what he is doing this coming wednesday. >> we'll be having big announcement on wednesday having to do wouith tax reform. the process has begun long ago, but it really formally begins on wednesday. >> and next week shaping up to be a big one for president trump. nbc news reporting we could see any day now that a boarded vote to repeal and replace obamacare. today we learned there will be a private meeting set for next week with senators on north korea and that meeting is now moving to the white house. plus, it does appear, although he denies it, that the president is on a mad dash ahead of that symbolic 100 day mark coming in eight days. president trump writing this on twitter. no matter how much i accomplish during the ridiculous standard of the first 100 days and it has been a lot, including supreme court, media will kill. but it was candidate trump who made so many big promises for those firs
PBS
Apr 21, 2017 3:00pm PDT
to guarantee the peace. >> reporter: president trump weighed in on twitter, predicting the attack "will have a big effect on the presidential election." later, he told the associated press it will "probably help" far-right candidate marine le pen. for the pbs newshour, i'm hari sreenivasan. >> woodruff: we will have a full report on the impending french election, later in the program. in the day's other news, the justice department formally notified nine state and local jurisdictions that they will lose some federal grant money over so-called "sanctuary cities." letters sent out today demand proof that the jurisdictions are not sheltering undocumented immigrants. the letters went to new york, chicago, philadelphia, miami and the state of california, among others. president trump today ordered a review of major tax and financial regulations put in place under president obama. he signed directives to look at reforms imposing greater oversight of large financial institutions. he also wants to review corporate tax rules on sheltering income overseas. the president also promised today
NBC
Apr 21, 2017 6:00pm EDT
shutdown. tonight president trump expressing confidence it can be avoided. but the white house is telling federal agencies to prepare for the possibility of a partial shutdown. blayne alexander is tracking the developments. >> so much of it has to do with what happens here on capitol hill. now, we're looking at some complicated talks next week, and further complicating those talks is a very congress returns from recess tuesday night, so that means lawmakers only about three full days to pass that spending bill before friday's deadline. for president trump, the clock is ticking, one week to get a spending bill through congress or face a government shutdown. >> the government is coming along really well. lot of good things are happening, thank you. >> reporter: the budget talks now include a controversial sticking point, the president's long promised border wall. >> we're going to build the wall. mexico's going to pay for the wall. >> reporter: budget director mick mulvaney now insisting the spending plan include billions of dollars for the wall. even some pro-wall lawmakers are aga
NBC
Apr 21, 2017 6:00pm EDT
trump's new promise as he nears the end of his first 100 days, a benchmark he once embraced but now calls ridiculous. >>> momen of terror, dramatic new video of an isis inspired attacker opening fire in paris. tonight the american family who looked him right in the eye. >>> life on the run, new details in that alleged teacher student kidnapping. the victim finally headed home. >>> hotel hackers, a massive breach at major chains. how cyber thieves are targeting your vacation and business travel. >>> and the puzzle master, the man behind the brain teasers that
FOX News
Apr 21, 2017 3:00pm PDT
you that. >> one day after president trump effectively accused tehran of cheating, he proceeded with caution. it is affiliated with m.e.k., 15 years on the state department's list of foreign terrorist organizations. yet r in-- >> representatives from the national council of resistance of iran said in washington today that iran is secretly developing two nuclear facilities. >> to assess the imagery, fox news spoke with david albright, who agreed plan 6 has the hallmarks of a site where they're made. >> i take their work seriously enough that i think the international inspectors, international atomic agencies should go to the site and see what's going on. >> fox news also asked the former number two official at the aiea what he sees in plan 6. >> we see the buildings are surrounded by burns. they are from distance from each other. this is typical design for high explosives. >> mikel ca michael anton said best supporting analysis for the united states. >> bret: what is tehran saying about all of this, james. >> nothing in direct response to this news conference. we reached out to the ir
FOX
Apr 21, 2017 6:00pm EDT
. >>> president trump signed another executive order today. we'll tell you what it means and what he plans to roll out his tax reform plan, details ahead at 6:00. ♪ ♪. ♪ ♪. >>> five days left, congress gets back to work to meet the funding deadline, what will it take to avoid a government shutdown, never forget huge step forward one local county i history >>> plus wet start to the work week. how it will impact your commute and when will we get the sunshine back? monday on fox 5 news morning. >>> president trump signed an executive order aimed at rolling back many of the tack and established by the obama administration. calls for a review of major tax re financial burden on taxpayers. he also issued two separate memorandas, one calls for review of the the father reforms passed in the wake of the recession, he also said he will make a big announcement on tax reform wednesday. >>> president trump welcomed home an egyptian american aid worker freed after spending nearly three years in an egyptian prison. the president negotiated her release. she and her husband returned to the district th
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
defense partners. under president trump we are firmly committed to continuing to collaborate on the security of both of our peoples. amy: this comes as a shocking new expose by investigative journalist allan nairn reveals backers of d donald trumump in indodonesia 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 advisiser cl icahn. icahn'slawyeyer for carl freeport w was vidideotaped notg ago at a isis swearing cereremoy where he was one of two people presiding as a group full of young men pledged allegiancnce r 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 fir
CBS
Apr 21, 2017 6:00pm EDT
trump. >> reporter: you've been worried about climate change-- >> since kindergarten. >> mason: secret meetings at mar-a-lago raise new questions about who's getting access to the president and how. and steve hartman with the kid no one wanted. >> he has no arms. how is he going to play basketball? >> mason: until he showed them all. captioning sponsored by cbs
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
ABC
Apr 21, 2017 6:00pm EDT
are back home after three years in an egyptian prison. president trump welcomed aya hijazi to the white house after a court acquitted her on child abuse charges. president trump: happy to have aya back home. a great honor to have her in the oval office with her brother. michelle: the falls church native and her husband were jailed in a wide-ranging crackdown after egypt's military overthrew the elected president in 2013. for friends and the family the couple's return to the u.s. was overwhelming. >> heresheer joy. michelle: the court decision freed hijazi, the white house says it worked with egypt's president to secure the couple's release and that of four other aid workers. similar efforts by the previous administration were unsuccessful. on monday, barack obama will make appearance since leaving office. he will take part in a town hall type discussion at the university of chicago. for the past few months obama has had down time, vacationing with the family, richard branson and oprah to name a few. the obamas are still living in d.c. until the youngest daughter finishes high scho
BBC News
Apr 21, 2017 11:00pm BST
trump is not preferencing britain. good evening and welcome to bbc news. on day three of the election campaign trail the prime minister and the chancellor have given theirfirst hints about the conservative manifesto. theresa may says she'll keep the current spending on foreign aid, despite pressure from some within her own party to cut it. but she would not commit to keep the so—called triple lock on pensions, which guarantees they rise by inflation, average earnings or 2.5% each year, whichever is highest. labour says it will keep it. and the chancellor philip hammond has hinted that the conservatives will end the party's promise not to raise income tax, vat and national insurance. our first report is from our deputy political editorjohn pienaar. trust me, i'm a politician. melita stays popular forever, trust me, i'm a politician. melita stays popularforever, at theresa may clearly feels she is like enough now to make promises some might make that others won't. she looks confident enough but the message is one we have heard before and will again. what drives me is the passion i hav
CNN
Apr 21, 2017 3:00pm PDT
. intelligence has raised concerns that russian operatives tried to use carter page and other trump advisers to inflew enthe campaign. new reaction this hour to our exclusive reporting on the kremlin's efforts to meddle in the u.s. presidential election beyond e-mail hacks and propaganda. plain provocation. russian warplanes fly conspicuously close to the united states for the fourth time in four days. is vladimir putin sending president trump a message? isis plotter killed. u.s. special forces take out a close association of the terror groups leader. in a rare boots on the ground combat mission inside syria. what does it tell us about the pentagon's battle plan against isis? >>> and up against a wall. the trump administration puts congress on notice that its spending bill must include funding for the president's border wall that mexico was supposed to pay for. could the wall wined up causing the government shut down? we want to welcome our viewers in the united states and around the world. i'm wolf blitzer. you're in "the situation room." >> this is cnn breaking news. >> breaking news this hou
Bloomberg
Apr 21, 2017 6:00pm EDT
♪ announcer: from our studios in new york city, this is "charlie rose." charlie: president trump will mark is 100 a in office next week. by all accounts, it will be a busy one. the administration is planning to mount a new effort to repeal and replace obamacare. meanwhile, the government faces the possibility of another shutdown and there is also the issue of tax reform and infrastructure. joining me now with more on what to expect in washington, robert costa of "the washington post." he has just been named the successor to the great when ifo -- when ifo for "washington week." congratulations to robert costa and well-deserved selection by them. i look forward to sharing friday night with you. bob: charlie, it is a drill an honor to do it. i truly appreciate her support all of these years going back to my internship with you in 2006. it has been phenomenal to have you as a mentor and friend. charlie: let's begin with president trump. 100 days coming up. what have been successes and failures? two things come to mind. the confirmation of a supreme court justice. two, in terms of whe
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Apr 21, 2017 6:00pm EDT
. after the gop failure the bill to get past president trump did lose political capital. he has to get tax reform right. he can't be zero and two. that will be a disaster for him in the future reelection. they have got to get this right. they promised a massive tax cuts for corporations, businesses and individuals so we know that is coming. he will reduce the seven-point tax bracket to roughly three. the big sticking item is going to be paul ryan whether there will be a border adjustment tax or not. paul ryan said that's how you make this revenue neutral. it will generate a trillion dollars in revenue but it's unpopular with the business sector as you know. >> it was yesterday it feels like the white house is now going to go out there with a plan that they will argue about that. and think about growth. think about supply-side economics. and sell it that way. does that make it easier to get through some of these things. a lot of people will come to cherish and believe our entitlements. >> i hope they do go big. and they don't feel chained to this reconciliation. i think the border adjus
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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
things that should be regretted by the fact that president trump has not yet appointed a director of ostp is at the budget released last houseby the trump white showed no sign whatsoever of any input from folks who understood science. there was nobody there in the top positions to work with the director in developing that budget. basically has three responsibilities. two are policy for science and technology and the science and technology policy. the meaning is that science and technology for policy means the advice of that scientists and technologists provide to government leaders about how science and technology maybe germane to the policy issues on their plate whether the economic policy, health policy or national security policy, it is andrable for the president his top advisers to know what the relevant scientific and technological understandings are and that is what science and technology for policy are about. policy for science and technology includes the point i just made about working with the office of management and budget and the department and agencies on the r and d bud
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Apr 21, 2017 2:30pm PDT
nation. into niche is on a list of 16 countries that the trump administration has vowed to review for having a major trade surplus with the u.s.. new agreements would open foothold for american compass like exxon mobil, general electric, and lockheed martin to an contract with the indonesian government and state owned businesses. penceice president mike announced the development while on a tour of the asian-pacific region. >> i have the honor of being here along with vice president -- and american and indonesian they sign historic agreements that will draw her nations closer together to benefit jobs and opportunities for both of our people. all told these copies are signing no fewer than 11 major deals with more than $10 billion and it is happening today. >> investors around the world are feeling the jitters over the first round of voting in france's presidential election on sunday. u.s. stocks falling on those nerves but also on news that the treasury department has refused to grant exxon a special sections waiver to drill for oil in russia. all major indices in the red. european
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Apr 21, 2017 2:30pm PDT
syrian mility would be ill-advised to use such weapons again. president trump has welcomed an egyptian u.s. charity worker he helped release after three years in detention in cairo to the white house today. mr. trump said he was very happy that aya hijazi was flown back to the united states thursday night. ms. hijazi's charity cared for street children but faced child abuse charges. the accusations were branded as false by rights groups. you are watching "bbc world news america." the authorities in still to come, we look at the times most 100 influential people. tim: german police have arrested set off a bombs. it is believed that the 28 your old may have been motivated not by terrorism, but by money. it was a initially thought it was an act of politically motivated terror, but now prosecutors say the attack was driven by greed, not ideology. a 28-year-old man who stayed in the same hotel as the players is accused of bombing the team to keep share prices down. prosecutors say his aim was to make a huge profit on these top market. >> we traced the accused by notice of options and dealin
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Apr 21, 2017 10:30pm BST
in washington who have told the paper that president trump is prioritising striking a trade deal with the eu over britain. the independent has an exclusive with a former british judge, who warns the government is displaying "invisible ignorance" in thinking they can free the country from the european court ofjustice. the daily mail warns of a new mortgage price war as lenders cut interest rates. the sun also warns of tax rises and pension cuts if the conservatives win. it also says there could be an increase in overseas aid. in the express, the prime minister is to reject a fresh call from brussels to give rights to eu citizens currently living in the uk. the guardian leads with presidential elections in france and the heightened security at polling stations which open tomorrow amid yesterday's tack in paris. let's begin with a reflection on what has been happening in the election campaign after the announcement of the snap election earlier in the week which took everyone by surprise, not least the conservative party. the daily mirror is where we will begin. more election u—turn. to
tradeoff. i think the budget that president trump sent out this year makes it absolutely clear. he plussed up defense by $54 billion, and he took that $54 billion out of everything else. including a 31% cut in the state department. and as the secretary of defense, general mattis said, if you're going to cut the state department and if you're going to cut development aid, then you better give me five more divisions because i'm going to have a lot of wars to fight. it is all of a piece, as much as i would love on this committee to be able to pull defense out and say, we can ignore everything else, we aren't just members of the defense committee. we're members of congress, and we're responsible for all of that. towards that end, i'll make one final point. as we look at how we put together a defense budget, i agree with the chairman. we should not give the men and women who serve in the military tasks and assignments that we do not equip and train them to do. that is where we are at right now. that is completely and totally unacceptable. i do not, however, agree that the answer is to s
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Apr 21, 2017 5:00pm EDT
tonight. >> ♪ >> ♪ >> president trump says he is optimistic about the gop's latest plan to repeal the affordable care act. white house aides have been working to revive the presidents campaign promise to reveal obamacare. a plan he abandoned when it seemed republicans could not reach an agreement. individual states could request to opt out of key mandates to lower insurance costs. >>> mattis says syria still possesses chemical weapons much he made the comment in israel where he met with prime minister benjamin netanyahu. he believes syrian air force has grounded. israel's defense minister declined comment. >> volkswagen has been ordered to pay $2.8 billion in penalties for the emissions scandal it comes just six weeks after the german automaker pleaded guilty to conspiracy and obstruction of justice. vw admits nearly 600,000 diesel cars in the 'tis were programmed to turn on pollution controls during testing but they went off while they were really driving on the road. in addition with the fine, vw is paying out 1.5 billion in a civil case and spending 11 billion to buy back cars
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Apr 21, 2017 2:00pm PDT
media pounced on the attack for calling it what it is, terror. >> president trump said right off the bat, it looks like another terrorist attack. france we haven't been comfortable to call it that or report that. >> the coverage is get ago head of the fact. the president was referring to what i think he was watching on television. you do wonder are people going to take what he said as some idea that, it's -- he knows something more than what anyone else does. >> unlike what you may of heard during the press conference from bred trump, although he theoretically knows more than french leaders would know. right now french police say they don't know if it's an act of terror. they're not ruling that out. >> in a tweet today the president predicted the strike in paris "will have a big effect on voters there this weekend." there was a chorus of open tweeting political -- politicalization of terrorist attacks highlighting them became norm for him in campaign. continues. >> what is wrong with this. >> it's shocking to the system. they have bad, honesty, truth facts. wait a second he's say
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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
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Apr 21, 2017 5:00pm EDT
president trump today. >>> and reduced to rubble. a building made famous by a philadelphia classic comes crumbling down. those stories and more ahead on nbc 10 news at 5:00. >>> new information tonight about the death of former nfl star aaron hernandez. it is officially room add suicide and the daily mail says he planned it for weeks. the article says hernandez left behind three suicide notes and covered his floor in soap. so that if he changed his mind he wouldn't be able to save himself. hernandez a former new england pate tris serving a life sentence for murder, he hanged himself wednesday morning. >>> countdown to shutdown. president trump has until the end of next week to get a spending bill through congress in order to avoid a government shutdown. new additions to the budget could slow the already complicated talks. nbc 10 national correspondent blaine zaalexander has more fro washington. >> reporter: today in washington a focus on the bottom line. >> we have taken unprecedented action to bring back our jobs and return power to our citizens. >> reporter: for president trump, the cl
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Apr 21, 2017 2:00pm PDT
infiltrate the trump campaign. the alleged plan was to use a trump advisers to monitor campaign operations. was it successful? >>> on alert. around-the-clock surveillance of north korea but u.s. spy planes and satellites watching for any sinister move, including a possible nuclear weapons test. missiles preyed through the country's capital just days ago are now headed back to their bases. what will kim jong-un's next move be? missing the mark. the clock is ticking on president trump's promises of multiple accomplishments during his first 100 days in office. now he owes dismig missing the marker he touted on the campaign trail a ridiculous standard. how worried is the white house? and arctic ambitions. russian president vladimir putin visits the site of a planned military base in the arctic. the sprawling futuristic if a tilt will host troops and warplanes in some of the world's harshest conditions. what's putin's polar plan? i'm wolf blitzer. you're in "the situation room." we're following breaking news. new information about russian meddling in the u.s. presidential campaign. u
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Apr 21, 2017 5:00pm EDT
an egyptian president. president trump negotiate the release. she was helping homeless children when she was arrested in a wide spread crack down after the egyptian military seized power. >> we are very happy to have iya back home and it's a great honor to have her in the oval office with her brother. >> president trump walked over to the treasury department to show he is intent on rolling back taxes. he also ordered a review of the dod-frank reform law. >>> in france the man who targeted police and terrorists had a history of assaulting officers. one police officer was two others wounded when that gunman jumped out of his gun with a machine gun and started shooting. he was killed trying to flee. isis is claiming responsibility. this comes at a sensitive time for france. the right wing presidential candidate called for the closing of muslim mosques and for closing france's border. that is hotly contested election is sunday. >>> a lot of people are expected here in washington on saturday for the march for science. organizers say it will be the largest pro science demonstration ever. t
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Apr 21, 2017 5:00pm EDT
points, president trump's proposed border wall. the white house says money for a down payment on the wall must be included. we should note that during the campaign, then candidate trump said mexico would pay for the wall. the white house has since suggested mexico would reimburse. "the washington post" reports one area of possible compromise, finding subsidies under obamacare. they need 60 votes, but only have 52. they're going to need to pull over at least eight democrats or independents. the white house says it's confident there won't be a shutdown. and the president told reporters, it looks like we're in good shape. if the government shuts down, it would start as we reach president trump's 100th day in office. >>> and the president today welcomes home an egyptian american charity worker who are calling bogus charges. the president invited aya hijazi to the white house where they helt a photo-op inside the oval office. hijazi and her husband were working with street children in egypt in 2013 when they were arrested and charged with child abuse. earlier this week, those charges were
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