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DW
Oct 22, 2017 1:30am CEST
that he can continue his work in that area. we're back in russia. this is the village of bush africa. stephon door is open. another dairy facility here his twelfth he's also going to lay the cornerstone for his thirteenth both businesses will have room for two thousand eight hundred cows these two new facilities will make it even more difficult for german dairy farmers to export milk to russia. but the local residents are happy to see a new business everyone seems to be here it seems like old times children have arrived from the local school. and even the company's milk mascot has turned up. political leaders from kaluga and the surrounding area here too to cheer stefan door and his russian milk empire maybe them milk is a hot commodity right now. i used to complain about bad prices. but not anymore. stephan door is truly in his element but he'd be even happier if the political situation would return to normal. one of his prized possessions is this hockey stick. ice hockey maybe russia's most popular sport and door has learned to play it fairly well. the and his company team often ta
NBC
Oct 21, 2017 6:30pm EDT
this coming thursday. >>> another former president, george w. bush, was the subject of harsh words last night by steve bannon, the former white house chief strategist who has declared war on the republican establishment. bannon's attack came in california at the state republican party's fall convention. nbc's kelly o'donnell is at the white house. now, kelly, all places to criticize a former president, why would steve bannon attack president bush in front of republicans who likely voted for him twice. >> well, it really stands out. steve bannon calls himself president trump's wing man outside of the white house and he is intentionally lighting new political wildfires, not only challenging sitting republican senators and party elites as out much touch but calling george bush's president more destructive than ever. to understand why and why now remember out this week not by name but denounced the nationalism that trump and bannon support. steve bannon went off. >> president bush to me embarrassed himself. speechwriter wrote a high falu tin speech. it's clear he didn't understand anyt
DW
Oct 21, 2017 10:15pm CEST
political movements so to find a common language for mr bush will have to support elsewhere and will not be easy either because leaders of all other parties say they would not mind going into a coalition with not but they definitely mind being in the same of a government with the prime minister who is criminally prosecuted like mr bobbitt. here's thank you for joining us. time now for some football news and in the early bundesliga games on saturday league leaders don't mind could only manage a draw against frankfurt dogman had jumped out to a two neil lead before frankfurt struck twice within four minutes in the second half and leverkusen dealt a royal spanking no gladbach scored first in the early going but then so vent bender opened the floodgates for leverkusen just after the restart five one the final score. made a move up to fourth and in the bundesliga with a win over mines on friday he and gretzky scored first chipping of a mind to goalkeeper any other it was corruptors fourth goal the fever and it gave shelter and only lead if they could have tito book style or added ano
DW
Oct 21, 2017 8:15pm CEST
goal this season and it gave an early lead. in the second half due to bush style or added another from short range which you're about to see. the final score was to not stay that way. is a round up of the weekend's but it's a good action so far there's a draw for dortmund and the win for leverkusen the top hannover beat out with a late winner leipsic as pash took court shall go one on friday as you saw hamburg and byron are playing as we speak byron our leading one nil about ten minutes left on sunday fribourg host berlin host board entertain hoffenheim and cologne take on bremen. felt the variant then sex has made a big impact here in germany it's got a fusion of rap and classical music now as part of a d w backed initiative it's taking that unique band brand of hip hop on the road to the place where it all started for us. doodoo doodoo doodoo doodoo. real hip hop straight out of germany and into the hearts of. these rappers from munich a touring the united states. they'll be on the road for a month. was yet to step. in its every band's dream to go into in the usa. come to believ
CNN
Oct 21, 2017 8:00am PDT
george w. bush coming from right within his own party. >> there is not been a more destructive presidency than george bush's. >> we'll go inside the war brewing in the gop. stay with us. hey, it's me, yo. i'm craving something we're missing. the ceramides in cerave. they help restore my natural barrier, so i can lock in moisture and keep us protected. we've got to have each other's backs and fronts. cerave. what your skin craves. and fronts. he's a nascar champion who's she's a world-class swimmer who's stared down the best in her sport. but for both of them, the most challenging opponent was... pe blood clots in my lung. it was really scary. a dvt in my leg. i had to learn all i could to help protect myself. my doctor and i choose xarelto® xarelto®... to help keep me protected. xarelto® is a latest-generation blood thinner... ...that's proven to treat and reduce the risk of dvt and pe blood clots from happening again. in clinical studies, almost 98% of patients on xarelto® did not experience another dvt or pe. here's how xarelto works. xarelto® works differently. warfarin
, steve bannon delivering a blistering attack on george w. bush, even questioning intelligence. >> he has not earthly idea whether he's coming or going. just like it was when he was president of the united states. i want to apologize up front to any bush folks outside, in this audience, okay, because there has not been a more destructive presidency than george bush's. >> let's get right to cnn's senior diplomatic correspondent michelle ka zinz ki with details on the niger ambush first. is the administration closer to nailing down a timeline? >> they've definitely done more work on it and we know the fbi is assisting. they have people there in niger looking at the evidence. there have been interviews now conducted with every person who survived from that green beret led team, but it's still shocking to many, including members of congress, how little solid information is coming out now that we're two weeks away from when this happened, october 4th. so the questions that remain are, how did sergeant la david johnson's body get nearly a mile away from where this firefight happened? what exact
DW
Oct 21, 2017 4:00pm CEST
significant. i do not see them in the next government because mr bush knows that it would damage import of victory oh let's talk a little bit more about bobbish briefly if you could keep the promise the voters he was going to fix the country treat it like a business what should we expect if does form the new government. well he will certainly try to run the whole country like a business like go like a firm this is something he has said many times i don't think it is for you. to state a country it's not a family firm so he will still have to look for compromise just for political compromises and. really much will depend on which party will be with him in the next coalition government to be india and stop him. in the government with the durational party's done of course they will keep him in check and it will not be so easy for him to go ahead with some some of his more radical. ideas but on the other hand he can also turn to become you know just sort. of the pirates and he would have more leeway for. putting in place this program so we really have to wait for the final results at this point
CNN
Oct 21, 2017 6:00am PDT
in 2007, 126, then in may 2009, stwief more. how could president george w. bush call 126 gold star families or four or five per day for 31 days in that one month. and to call only some of them, would only invite disappointment from others who don't get that personal overture. the last thing we want to do is exacerbate their grieving. a better approach is a personal letter from the president to each, a call from the local member of congress and an invitation to periodic gatherings were gold star families are invited to the white house in groups. maybe this will spare us the spectacle of what developed this week where the families of our very finest became political pawns. and if you watch this play out, and you found yourself instinctively rooting for one side to quote/unquote win, regardless of the facts, then ask yourself, if we, each of us, need to step back, take a deep breath and vow to analyze all things trump on the merits, and not on the politics. our soldiers deserve that from us. now, do you remember this scene from the 1991 oliver stone movie "jfk"? >> there are hundreds
MSNBC
Oct 21, 2017 5:00am PDT
george bush said about the problems in our civic culture. after bush was sort of under the radar, out of the fray for nine years, obama out for nine months, this week we saw the last two presidents, the guys who have been in the oval office the past 16 years really coming out and saying publicly about donald trump what they thought privately for a while. and i think that's a big moment. >> you know, we're going to have to come back and figure out whether they meant that at trump directly or everyone. annie, i'm in your newspaper's town this morning, boston. what does "the boston globe" reporter think is the biggest story of the week? >> i'm going to agree with politico, actually. the biggest story of the week is absolutely the budget afghanistan. i can take a st passing. i spent time at the st. regis hotel which costs i would say $2,700 a night to stay there. and the message from those the donors was 100% we need to see the senate make progress on this piece of legislation. i mean, they could not have been more clear. certainly an issue where they are putting their differences aside w
CNN
Oct 21, 2017 4:00am PDT
delivered a blistering attack on former president george w. bush questioning his intelligence on whether or not he fully grasp the nature of the speech of nationalism earlier this week. >>> we'll begin of the new investigation of nigeria ambush. the pentagon tries to spin down the exact time line. u.s. officials are clarifying key points , barbara starr reports. >> reporter: they all cautioned this is the early picture in - and the investigation continues. the pentagon is looking at exact circumstances. the entire team led by has been interviewed officials say when they last saw johnson. the u.s. team stopped on the nigeria, mali border so they could pick up supplies and food and water and they met with village elders. investigators believe that ambush may have begun when u.s. soldiers were back in their vehicle, possibly even driving. those killed are laid to rest, defense secretary james mattis on capitol hill briefed senator john mccain one day after mccain threatened subpoenas if the pentagon does not start telling congress what it knows. >> i felt that we are not getting suf
ABC
Oct 21, 2017 6:00am EDT
. >>> the bam bush -- ambush of four americans is getting an investigation after president trump widely criticize phone call to widow of one of the soldiers, many calling the phone call disrespectful. >> reporter: more questions about the deadly ambush in the african country of niger, four soldiers died more than two weeks ago. the green beret were attacked with small arms it was a sophisticated attack. president trump ignoring questions. >> did you authorize the troop to niger. >> reporter: did the unit get the proper advanced intelligence and back up support. why was sergeant la david johnson left behind, the rest of the unit pulled out, but his body was not recovered for 20 hours. >> why was he left alone, was he still alive? was he kidnapped? >> reporter: the pentagon has started a full investigation. >> this could turn out to be mr. trump's benghazi. >> reporter: congresswoman frederica wilson was with sergeant johnson's widow when she received a condolence call from president trump. wilson has come under fire for saying the president's words were disrespectful. the brouhaha leadin
KOFY
Oct 20, 2017 11:30pm PDT
establishment. he went after john mccain and former president bush, both of whom have been critical of president trump. southern california will be key for the 2018 congressional elections as democrats try to flip seats held by california republicans. >> it is about winning. nothing else matters. if you want to take your state back, if you want to take your country back, you'll have to roll your sleeves up. what's going to get it done is each and every one of you and the people at this convention. >> bannon told the gop crowd they have everything they need to win, great candidates, bold ideas and the ability to build a grassroots army to turn california into a red state. >>> country singer jason aldean has released his moving rendition of "i won't back down" to help raise money for victims of the las vegas shooting. ♪ i won't back down >> the country music star sang the late tom petty song on "saturday night live" five days after a gunman shot into the route 91 harvest festival crowd, killing 58 and injuring hundreds of others. all dean was on stage at the time. proceeds will benefit
CSPAN
Oct 21, 2017 12:47am EDT
trump spoke to president bush? press sec. sanders: i am not sure of the last time they spoke, but our understanding was the comments were not directed toward the president. in fact when these two , individuals have criticized their president, they have done so by name. very rarely do it without being pretty direct, as both of them tend to be. we will take them at their word these actions and comments were not directed toward the president. reporter: the united nations is following very carefully the refugee situation along the -- --nmar -- the pilot the long-lived -- -- the bangladesh-myanmar border. did they speak about the refugee situation? was the president asked for further help? what was the tenor of their conversation? press sec. sanders: they had a very productive conversation. we will have a readout with more details this afternoon, and we will be around the rest of today to answer questions. and with that, happy friday. hope you guys have a good weekend. thanks. announcer: president trump met with you and secry
ALJAZ
Oct 21, 2017 6:00am +03
. president barack obama and george w. bush has spoken of their concerns about the current political climate although need to refer to donald trump by name many have interpreted the comments as implicit rebukes on the sitting president. feel good right now about what they see. but they don't feel as if our public life reflects our best. instead of our politics reflecting our values. we got politics infecting our community people of every race religion ethnicity can be fully and he will leave america. free why should a pregnancy in any form it is blasphemy against the american create a strain as one of the most multicultural countries in the world yet latest figures show a quarter of the population is and tolerant towards other cultures and ethnicities and thomas has more. in one commercial a white man holds open the lift door for a white woman but lets the door close on a black one a white woman steps out disgusted in another a taxi driver tries to pick up a white passenger before an aboriginal's one has been waiting longer the white passenger refuses to jump the queue but does austr
CSPAN
Oct 20, 2017 8:54pm EDT
. reporter: the 43rd president of the united states, george w. bush, made comments in new york city yesterday. i would like you to address comments he made concerning the issue of russia, specifically russian influence in the united states. he said the russian government has made a project of turning americans against each other. and he said russian interference will not be successful. foreign aggression including cyber attacks, disinformation, and financial influence should never be downplayed or tolerated. do you agree with those sentiments? ms. sanders: do we agree that russian interference should not be tolerated? absolutely. we have said that many times before and would certainly argue that has been repeated. i know i have said it at least a dozen times from this podium. reporter: i want to follow up with a question i asked you if times, most recently in july. it relates to our relationship with russia, and i have never gotten an answer from you. does president trump view russia as an ally, a partner, or an adversary? ms. sanders: a lot of that depends on russia and what type o
about her recent speech --a recent speech by former president george w. bush on the state of politics. ms. clinton: she talked about the -- he talked about the cruelty in american politics. ms. clinton: i thought it was an important speech. i appreciated him delivering it. he talked about how white supremacy is an absolute blasphemy to the american creed. he talked about the importance of listening to each other and working with each other. i did not always agree with president bush, as i think any democrat sitting across from you would say, but i never doubt his workedism and doubted he really hard all day. he went to bed worried, woke up concerned about what he would do. i was in the oval office with him, two days after 9/11 as a senator from new york. i understood a lot of what he was having to face. out andiate him coming thoughtfuluple -- critique of where american politics is that because we are on the wrong path. >> watch the entire interview 11day at 2:15 p.m., and :05 p.m. >> white house secretary sarah sanders answered several general johnut kelly's remarks at the white hous
PBS
Oct 20, 2017 5:30pm PDT
critical of donald trump. his predecessor george w. bush and president obama made appearances yesterday expressing concerns over the current political climate. meanwhile president trump started criticism calling crime radical terrorism. we report. >> it was just before dawn when most americans were still sleeping when the president tweeted about crime figures, then giving the impression that this was from a official report he uses quotation marks to say the crime rate raises annually over islamic terrorism. then he went on. we must keep america safe. the figures he refers to were just for wales. nowhere in the crime survey is islamic terrorism. nevertheless it will have a affect on the united states. because his travel ban has failed again. it will have to come here to the supreme court to be resolved after it was drop by the lower courts. in the last 24 hours two former presidents without mentioning his name took aim and fired a unmistakable broadside. >> bigotry seems emboldened outright fabrications. >> we have folks who are deliberately trying to make people angry. to demonize peopl
DW
Oct 21, 2017 2:02am CEST
strongly in favor of. human bush it could twenty five are a twenty five percent are against and then we have dislodge a group of people about fifty percent of the population who really don't know how they do not get enough information we don't have any significant discussion about european issue because in the czech republic and i think those people are mainly confused and it very much depends on their views that are much depend on who is actually setting the tone of public discussion if we have people like you said about be sure to the current president of the czech republic mr zimmerman who express entire utopian views then the majority of these sort of undecided voters people. will probably lean in a direction of not liking the too much but it would change very quickly we will have a presidential election in january and if mr zuma is surprised by someone more b.n. we could have a significant shift in public opinion i want to just before we go if you could put this into the bigger context for us if bobbish is indeed elected the next prime minister what do you think this will mean for
ALJAZ
Oct 21, 2017 3:00am +03
now former u.s. president barack obama and george w. bush have been speaking of their concerns about the current political climate in their country neither of them referred directly to donald trump nor the white house but many have interpreted their comments as being implicit rebukes of the incumbent president is our white house correspondent kimberly halkett in modern history it's unprecedented among the elite group of living former presidents turning on the newest member of the club is almost unheard of but that's exactly what two of donald trump's predecessors have done bigotry seems emboldened the forty third u.s. president george w. bush lashed out first we've seen nationalism distorted in the native asian. forgotten the dynamism that immigration is always brought to america barack obama also didn't mention trump by name but campaigning publicly for the first time at a rally for a gubernatorial candidate his target was clear we would go out folks who were deliberately trying to make folks and. to demonize people who have different ideas. to get the base all riled up the wh
CNN
Oct 20, 2017 5:00pm PDT
you so much. >>> up next the white house responding to former presidents bush and obama's criticism saying they weren't talking about president trump. really? we'll get into that next. fresh soaps. and of course, tripadvisor's freshest, lowest... ...prices. so if you're anything like me... ...you'll want to check tripadvisor. we now instantly compare prices... ...from over 200 booking sites... ...to find you the lowest price... ...on the hotel you want. go on, try something fresh. tripadvisor. the latest reviews. the lowest prices. ♪ ♪ hi! leaving a career to follow a calling takes courage. a personalized financial strategy can give you confidence to take the next step. hi guys! aw yeah! see how access to j.p. morgan investment expertise can help you. chase. make more of what's yours. . >>> today the white house responded to scathing criticisms from former presidents bush and obama about the current direction of american politics. this is what sarah sanders sated. >> in general does the white house feel it's appropriate for past presidents to be critical of the sitting president
BBC News
Oct 21, 2017 12:00am BST
. his predecessors barack 0bama and george w bush made separate appearances yesterday, both expressing concerns over the current political climate in the us. meanwhile, president trump has drawn criticism in the uk by linking an increase in crime here to islamist terrorism, as our north america editorjon sopel reports. it was just before dawn, when most of america was still sleeping that the president suddenly tweeted about britain's crime figures. then giving the impression that this was from an official report, the president used quotation marks to say: the figures he referred to were, in fact, just for england and wales, and nowhere in the crime survey is the phrase used "radical islamic terror". nevertheless, his tweet will have a resonance for many people in the united states. because the president's ban on people travelling from several muslim countries has failed again. it will have to come here to the supreme court to be resolved, after it was blocked by lower courts earlier this week. but in the last 2a hours, two former presidents, without mentioning donald trump's name, took
MSNBC
Oct 20, 2017 4:00pm PDT
is to live up to them. >> those were former presidents obama and bush taking on presidents, obviously, not by name, in a bipartisan unity, both men spoke thursday sending poignant messages about president trump's influence on politics in this country. let's listen to more. >> at a time when our politics just seems so divided and so angry and so nasty, why are we deliberately trying to misunderstand each other and be cruel to each other? >> we've seen our discourse degraded by casualty cruelty. >> we got folks who are deliberately trying to make folks angry. to demonize people with different '80s. >> argument turns too easily to an moss di. >> folks don't feel good proprietary now about what they see. they don't feel as if our public life reflects our best. >> at times it can seem like the forces pulling us apart are stronger than the forces bindsing us together. >> let's bring in the requested hardball" roundtable, a capital reporter for usa today and jeremy peters a reporter for the "new york times," brian bennett white house reporter for the los angeles times, elizza, you
ALJAZ
Oct 21, 2017 1:32am +03
transparent over our conclusions especially over the partnerships bush and might want but not yet fully clear on that but it will happen it will happen within the required time frame and we all know when the negotiations will end i want an agreement and not some unpredictable solution we're working very intensively on that let's speak now to simon french in london he is a chief economist with london based primer gordon and co thanks very much for being with us now i want to ask you first of all how likely we've heard a lot of talk this week about the possibility of a no deal breaks it how likely is that and what impact would that have on the u.k. economy and europe's economy i think it's a likelihood that is growing all the time it's very difficult to put an exact. percentage on it but i think two things are very clear at the moment first of all that the government is struggling to get enough votes here in the u.k. to pass any deal some are it eventually brokers and even before it gets that stage conversations with their twenty seven partners aren't going particularly well and therefore we ex
NBC
Oct 20, 2017 6:30pm EDT
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LINKTV
Oct 20, 2017 3:00pm PDT
. both former presidents obama and george w. bush criticized president trump on thursday, slamming trumps divisive, nativist and hateful rhetoric. neither of the former presidents named trump directly, but both their speeches were clearly aimed at the current president. this is president obama speaking in richmond, virginia, while campaigning g for democratic gubernatorial candidate ralph northam. pres. obama: instead of our politics reflecting our values, we're politics infecting our commununities. instead of looking for waste to work together -- ways to work together and get things done and a practical way, we have folks who are deliberately trying to make folks angry, to demonize pepeople who have different ide. to get the base all riled up because itit provivides a s shom tactical advantagege. amy: that was former president barack obama. this is former president george w bush also denouncing president trump while speaking at a bush institute event in new york. pres. . bush: to treat s seems emboldened -- bigotry seems emboldened. our policy seems more vulnerable to conspiracy t
LINKTV
Oct 20, 2017 2:00pm PDT
geore w. bush those make thinly veiled attack. on president donald
DW
Oct 20, 2017 9:15pm CEST
i'm seeing a. priori. sunbird for. self here when bush. factions on agree. with who. voted for it like st. good singing. your song. good. life for. your. son during the. we'll. go by. i won't walk. into the park yesterday with. this type of. movement stuff. other. junk or. something. forget about so it does not seem. real. real. real. real. long. real. thank. never the dog. pile on. i mean. you'd like to run away. now for the dog. and all my love. all the right. dog. never thought i. might. just say. my. right mind but i. feel they. are. just. a dog. well paul was gone. yes ninety dollars you're all going the other day. but just right away. daryn. when i was. her. number the guy fourth. they're just saying. every night. this was your day. never. die die. never . a. dog. were. lying around where. the. fire were. holding. your. dog. down. on. the. car. thank you. next. you're. in your heart once upon. a time. you're. no more. and i was. really. my sort of. our. daughter. oh we're reaching. our souls. to see. what you are inside. there. john berman. sure. there. are. where. you let.
FOX News
Oct 20, 2017 12:00pm PDT
. something that we have seen since no child left behind with ted kennedy and president bush. when was the last time democrats and republicans got together to discuss a huge issue? the ball is being advanced. the president has warmed up. he will be able to convince paul ryan and the house. i'm very encouraged about this. >> that's not a strategy on president trump's side though. that has nothing to do with him. first he endorsed the compromise. then he decided he didn't. we're lying to ourselves if we think that trump is different by anything other than petty jealousies. i don't think that ultimate he's going to let lamar alexander or patty murray get credit. i think he's looking to purpose down what could be seen as a victory of president obama's. so he's a wild card here. i don't think you can really say -- >> trace: christy, are you -- hold on, vince. are you disputing that really obamacare you think if he hadn't done this, obamacare was working fine and things were going -- >> no, no, no. that's -- i think -- look, i think that anybody including former president obama would say there w
CNN
Oct 20, 2017 12:00pm PDT
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CSPAN
Oct 20, 2017 2:18pm EDT
unfortunate thing. the 43rd president of the united states, george w. bush, made comments in new york yesterday. and i would like you to address comments he made regarding the issue of russia, specifically russian influence in the united states. he said the russian government is making progress in turning americans against each other. and he said russian interference will not be successful, or will be cyber attacks and financial influence should never be downplayed or tolerated. do you agree with those sentiments? ms. sanders: we agree russian interference shouldn't be tolerated we have said that many times before and would certainly argue that should be repeated. i know i have said it at least a dozen times from this podium. relating to our relationship with russia, i have asked you a few times and never gotten an answer from you. this president trump view russia as an ally, a partner, or a foreign adversary? of sanders: i think a lot that depends on russia and what type of relationship they want to have, and whether they want to be a good actor or a bad actor. and we are going
CNN
Oct 20, 2017 11:00am PDT
takes and how they want to be perceived. >> i also have a question about that george w. bush speech. just a clarify, are you saying the white house is no longer saying the congresswoman talked about the funding? he she just talked about legislation in general? >> we're talking -- i specifically said and i'll repeat it again. general kelly said she was stunned that she made the comments about herself. the that was the point of what he said. that was what took place here yesterday. and we still stand by those comments. >> on the george w. bush speech. he said at . point bigot tri seems -- outright fabrication. does president trump agree with this h assessment and if so what does he see as his role in addressing that. >> does he agree with what? >> bigotry seems emboldened and our politics -- >> i think if anybody is pushing a lot of pab kated things right now i think most of that would be coming from the news media and we would certainly agree with that sentiment. >> president signed executive order today what it appears is to allow the pentagon to recall retired officers into duty un
FOX News
Oct 20, 2017 11:00am PDT
united states, president george w. bush made some comments in new york city yesterday. i would like if you could to just address the comments he made concerning the issue of russia, specifically russian influence in the united states. he said the russian government has made a project at turning americans against each other. they've also said that russian interests interference will not be successful, barring aggression of cyber attack, misinformation, and financial influence should never be downplayed or tolerated. do you agree with those sentiments expressed? >> press secretary sanders: do we agree that russian airfare to be tolerated, absolutely. we said that many times before and certainly would argue that that has been repeated. i know i've said at least a dozen times from this podium. >> reporter: i want to follow up. i've asked you a few times most recently in july, it relates to our relationship with russia. i never got that answer from you on that. does the president view russia as an ally, a partner, or an adversary? >> press secretary sanders: as i said before, i think a l
CSPAN
Oct 20, 2017 1:57pm EDT
things, here. james comey was deputy attorney general during the george w. bush and ministration. he also said he viewed loretta lynch, they then attorney general, and her meeting with resident clinton on the tarmac last year in the run-up to the election, and the decision to close the hillary clinton email investigation, that something that called into doubt the independence of the investigation. he thought he had more authority and more neutrality to make a call about hillary clinton and the end of that investigation, then perhaps attorney general loretta lynch did. but if you talk to current and former prosecutors they are still a little uncomfortable with that decision. pedro: let's try jill come into some. >> my comment on this jeff sessions is, he is stonewalling. he has had plenty of opportunity to get this executive privilege lifted if he really wanted to do that. so he is stonewalling with president trump, and he's a racist. very racist. he's got a lot of things he's been doing behind the curtains. howi want to bring up senator franklin was so correct. meetid at first he did
BBC News
Oct 20, 2017 6:00pm BST
george w bush saying the bigger dream seems emboldened with ba rack saying the bigger dream seems emboldened with barack obama warning against the politics of division. a letter, written by a passenger the day before the titanic struck an iceberg and sank, is expected to fetch up to £80,000 when it goes under the hammer this weekend. it was written on embossed titanic stationary by an american passenger as he headed home with his wife. the rare letter was found on his body when he was pulled from the atlantic. it's just one of a number of items from the titanic being auctioned off this weekend as duncan kennedy reports. "wow! this boat is a giant in size. and fitted up like a palatial hotel. the words of oscar holverson, from a letter he never sent. dated april 13th, 1912, it was written the day before the titanic hit the iceberg. mr holverson was travelling with his wife, mary. they were first class passengers on board the luxury liner. "so far, we've had good weather. if all goes well, we'll arrive in new york wednesday am." but mr holverson never did. he died with 1500 others.
FOX News
Oct 20, 2017 10:00am PDT
former presidents george w. bush and obama, unfortunately there were so many more debt at that point that a personal call was not always an option. >> it's always a tragedy whenever a president feels like he has to write a letter to a family or take a call, it's a personal decision of how the president handles it as mr. kelly outlined yesterday. my hope is that we don't get into a situation where we need to be making that many calls. >> harris: amen to that. mary kissel, "wall street journal" editorial board, thank you very much. former president obama is returning to the campaign trail, he already has. he's implying that president trump has helped set the country back 50 years. is it appropriate for a former president to criticize his successor? and what happened to giving president trump a chance to lead? a power panel is going to step in and weigh in, syse. you might take something for your heart... or joints. but do you take something for your brain. with an ingredient originally found in jellyfish, prevagen is the number one selling brain-health supplement in drug stores nationw
CSPAN
Oct 20, 2017 12:44pm EDT
to elect ed gillespie as the next governor. >> former president bush came out of retirement this week to talk about politics, speaking in new york city, where he talked about alleged cyber attacks during the toy 16 elections, raise leadership, and more. this is about 20 minutes. >> thank you all. thank you. ok. gracias. a face only a mother could love. [laughter] no, i love you, ramon. grace, thank you for your testimony. as partot to know him of the scholarships. from 40 and lbj's libraries. i am thrilled that friends of ours from afghanistan, china, north korea, are here as well. these are people who have experienced the absence of freedom. they know what it is like. they know there is a better --ernative than tierney tyranny. laura and i are thrilled that the bush supporters are year. bernie, i want to thank you and your committee. amazing to have secretary albright share the stage with condi, ambassador haley. for those of you who take things for granted, that is a big deal. [laughter] [applause] thank you. we are gathered in the cause of liberty, that is why we are here. thi
DW
Oct 20, 2017 6:00pm CEST
george w. bush and barack obama criticized the divisions in today's america this comes as the issue of hate speech takes center stage especially since president trump refused to condemn a white supremacist much this summer on thursday demonstrators stopped a white nationalist leader from speaking at the university of florida. we don't want no nazi hate their target and inside this florida university a leading figure in america's white supremacist movement calling for a white a new state and state he was hunted down amid heated exchanges. you're going to. fearing deadly violence like not recently seen in other american cities the governor declared a state of emergency the critics say the president trumps tacit support has encouraged the far right rise. has not provoked an extraordinary stoning from not one but two former presidents. we would go out folks who are deliberately trying to make folks saying we're going. to demonize people who have different ideas. to get the base all riled up because it provides a short term tactical advantage. george w. bush also avoided naming trump but it
ALJAZ
Oct 20, 2017 7:00pm +03
diplomatic settlement former u.s. president barack obama and george w. bush appeared to have taken swipes at president donald trump in speeches lamenting the current political climate although he the right did not directly reflect struck by name both commented on the growing divide within american society folks don't feel good right now about what they see. that they don't feel as if our public life reflects our best. instead of our politics reflecting our values we've got politics infecting our communities. instead of. looking for ways to work together and get things done in a practical way. we would go out folks who were deliberately trying to make folks say. to demonize people who have different ideas. our identity as a nation and like many other nations is not determined by geography or net or ethnicity. by so our blood. being american policy braces high ideals and sitting with sponsibility this means that people of every race religion ethnicity can be fully and equally american. it means that bigotry or white supremacy in any form is blasphemy against the american creed. all right let's
MSNBC
Oct 20, 2017 8:00am PDT
political and social climate in rare public appearances presidents george w. bush and barak obama took shots at president trump's type of politics, but they never mentioned his name. >> here is one thing i know. if you have to win a campaign by dividing people, you're not going to be able to govern them. >> we've seen our discourse degraded by casual cruelty. >> we've got folks who are deliberately trying to make folks angry, to demon eyes people who have different ideas. >> argument turns too easily into an mogsty. >> why are we deliberately trying to misunderstand each other and be cruel to each other? >> at times it can seem like the forces pulling us apart are stronger than the forces binding us together. >> folks don't feel good right now about what they see. they don't feel as if our public life reflects our best. >> bullying and prejudice in our public life sets a national tone, provides permission for cruelty and bigotry and compromises the moral education of our children. >> we're at our best not when we're trying to put people down, but when we're trying to lift everybody up.
ALJAZ
Oct 20, 2017 6:00pm +03
bush mega forces faceoff near care cook days after the on the reach of the oil rich region from the kurds to forces for together again i saw are now pointing the gun at each other we'll get the latest and explore how fake news is money on the battlefield. also on the bridge is the deadliest single attack anywhere in the world for many years hundreds of people killed by a truck bomb in somalia almost a week on no one has claimed responsibility but few doubt that it's the work of al shabaab the bomb making skills are better and more devastating than ever all reports will explain why and it's killing more of the war disaster and hunger pollution filthy air and contaminated water and soil are cutting millions of lives every year a new study has put together more data than ever before about the combined impact look at what it will take to make pollution a priority. and as spain's governor. moves towards imposing direct control over catalonia people of the reach of being urged to put out the excess are headed home and get in touch with us is in has taken a game is great weekend the and th
CBS
Oct 20, 2017 7:00am PDT
quote , president george w. bush spoke yesterday and said bigotry seems to be emboldened. >> yes, i didn't hear his teach, but i think identity politics have got eastbound oten out of this country. i think it is dangerous for our country. what it does is seeks to exploit fear, it seeks to exploit ig nornlig norn ignorance. that is how you disunify a culture and society and country. there are people that for some reason believe it is not immoral -- it is -- and there are some people that believe identity politics is the way to win an election. >> i assume you're not talking about white supremacies. >> that's even worse than identity politics. that's a severe, awful, dark form of identity politics, but the point i'm trying to say is as -- look, i am a conservative. there are liberals. last night, that's one thing, we all want to help our country and help people and unify and we have different ideas and principals on how to achieve that goal. when you practice identity politics you are trying to divide people for gain. you are trying to divide the country. you are trying to divide citizens against
MSNBC
Oct 20, 2017 7:00am PDT
we had under george w. bush as well. the debt and deficit will explode more than they have. and this is a dampener on growth. >>> up next, john mccain issues a threat. what he's promising to do if he can't get answers on the attack of the servicemen in niger. >>> and he's speaker of the house but he can bring the house down. he brought jokes to the dinner last night. >>> enough with the applause, all right? you sound like the cabinet when donald trump walks in the room. i don't think i have seen this many new york liberals, this many wall street ceos in one room since my last visit to the white house. we're on a mission to show drip coffee drinkers, it's time to wake up to keurig. wakey! wakey! rise and shine! oh my gosh! how are you? well watch this. i pop that in there. press brew. that's it. look how much coffee's in here? fresh coffee. so rich. i love it. that's why you should be a keurig man! full-bodied. are you sure you're describing the coffee and not me? do you wear this every day? everyday. i'd never take it off. are you ready to say goodbye to it? go! go! ta da! a terrariu
CBS
Oct 20, 2017 7:00am PDT
overhaul the u.s. tax code. >> bigotry seems emboldened. >> former president's bush and obama are blasting the current state of american politics. >> instead of our politics reflecting our values, we've got politics inspecting our communities. >> protests erupting at a white nationalist event. the university of florida. >> richard spencer made an appearance. >> all that. >> one more time. on the run. close. it is caught. for the touchdown. crabtree! it's not dead yet. raiders win it. >> and all that matters. >> a welcome break from one contentious political season. the annual dinner. >> every afternoon, former speaker john boehner calls me up. not to give advice. just to laugh. >> on cbs this morning. >> caught by tolberson. the dodgers win. headed to the world series for the first time in 29 years. >> this morning's eye opener is presented by toyota, let's go places. >>> welcome to cbs this morning. republicans in washington overnight move closer to a massive overhaul of the federal tax code. the senate approved a $4 trillion budget plan after a late-night debate. >> the vote was
DW
Oct 20, 2017 1:00pm CEST
delivered in new york former u.s. president george w. bush has warned that politics in the u.s. live on a road to peace brissie and what he called outright fabrication bush's comments have been seen as an attack on president donald trump the bush did not mention trump by name. turning out a spoiler in the bundesliga tonight shall could take on minds with the well supported club hoping to jump into the top four it's been a typically inconsistent start to the season for the gals and kitchen side but there are signs of notable improvement bush al gore's sporting director the home game with mines is particularly important. shall coach the medical to desk go in sporting director christian hydel a feeling upbeat before the match with titles explode mines title move from eyes to shout to last year but his first season was a flop with shock of failing to reach europe this term things may be looking up if last weekend's to no will it has a bilin becomes the norm shelter in good form as they look to down heigl's old side . searches for a bit of an acquittal always feel weird even if personally i wa
CSPAN
Oct 20, 2017 6:40am EDT
veterans. --sunday night at an lock on 8:00 on q&a. former president george w. bush called out russia or cyber attacks during the election. freedom, spoke about security, and leadership. he went on to denounce bullying and politics and is about to mean minutes. president bush: thank you all. thank you. ok, padilla gracias. so, i painted ramon. i wish you were still standing here. it's a face only a mother could love -- no, it's a fabulous face. [laughter] i love you, ramon. thank you very much for being here. and, grace jo, thank you for your testimony. and big tim. i got to know tim as a result of presidential leadership scholars at the bush center along with the clinton foundation, with help from 41 and lbj's libraries. i am thrilled that friends of ours from afghanistan, china, north korea, and venezuela are here as well. these are people who have experienced the absence of freedom and they know what it's like and they know there is a better alternative to tyranny. laura and i are thrilled that the bush center supporters are here. bernie, i want to thank you and your committ
FOX
Oct 20, 2017 6:00am EDT
. bush also spoke out yesterday and he did not mention president trump by name but he did lash out against what he called the current nationalist anti-refugee anti-immigration and anti-free trade ideology. >> argument turns to -- >> meantime president trump giving his administration a 10 out of 10 when it comes to the response in puerto rico following the devastation left behind after hurricane maria. he made these remarks during a meeting with the governor of puerto rico. the white house has been heavily criticized for relief efforts in the u.s. territory. many still on t without clean drinking water, without electricity. >> a young maryland student paying it forward this morning though. instead of receiving gifts for her birthday 12-year-old dashai morton warranted to help the people suffering in puerto rico by collecting bottles of waterily she set a goal of 500 cases of water but she just crushed that goal. she's collected over 3,000 cases of water and other items. >> all right. >> and now dashai and her family will begin packing those supplies this morning. it's all happening
DW
Oct 20, 2017 12:00pm CEST
voting today in elections which are expected to bring a populist billionaire to power under bush has pushed a strong anticorruption message during his campaign he is also firmly against the czech republic accepting a refugee quotas from the e.u. and is ruled out joining the single european currency surveys indicate bobbish and are no the his on a movement will be the largest party in parliament but he is a likely to need coalition partners if he wants to lead the next government. and joining me now from prague is again he's the director of new york university's academic center there he is you bob which is being described as a check version of donald trump is that a fair comparison give us an idea about who is bobbish. well publish is. a better is for man he's the second richest person in the czech republic an oligarch who decided a few years ago to go into politics he succeeded movement and now finished second in two thousand and thirteen and ever since been trying to actually improve his political standing sense he's now of course to take all were the czech republic as its prime min
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