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birthday surprise for her. check it out. yesterday, he gave his mom her first official car. it's a brand-new jag walker and it came complete with a big giant red bow on top of it! so awesome. steelers selecting running back james connor out of pitt in the third round. connor who is from erie, pennsylvania, was overcome with emotion when it was nouvenannoue was playing close at home for the steelers. he was diagnosed with hodgkin's lymphoma and he had an amazing season for pitt after returning. is not only a cancer survivor and live his dream and play in the nfl. this happened in the span of two, three years. incredible. >> emotional stories with this. thank you, andy. appreciate it. we have got to address the elephant that is not in the
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room. the leader of our country is not here and that is because he lives in moscow. >> they are gathered together for the white house correspondents dinner without the president. >> as for the other guy, i think he's in pennsylvania because he can't take a joke. >> i could not possibly more thrilled than to be more than 100 miles away from washington. >> it is 2017 and we are living in the golden age of lying. donald trump is liar in chief. >> the washington media is part of the problem. >> somehow, you're the bad guys. welcome to sunday. we are always grateful to have you with us. i'm christi paul. >> i'm victor blackwell. president trump that low approval ratings but you wouldn't know it when you look at the huge welcome he received at his 100 days rally in harrisburg, pennsylvania, from the crowd.
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look at this. >> they are gathered together for the white house correspondents dinner without the president. and i could not possibly be more thrilled than to be more than 100 miles away from washington swamp, spending my evening with
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all of you. >> president trump invited philippines controversial president to the white house yesterday and, today, he will be talking to the leader of singapore and thailand. we will have more on that in a moment. first, to cnn's ryan nobles. i saw you there decked out last night in the tuxedo. let me ask you about the president's rally, though. what did he say about the white house correspondents' dinner? >> victor, you heard it there. there is no doubt that the president's rally in pennsylvania last night was a degree of counterprogramming by the president and taking his message directly to the people who support him the most. arguing that instead of a swanky dinner in d.c. he instead was choosing time to be with real americans. the campaign style rally was also about president trump selling his supporters on the idea that his first 100 days in office have been a success as well as convincing them that he is just getting started. health care was part of this
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argument. he promised the crowd that he is not giving up on the idea of replacing and repealing the affordable care act and despite the issues he having pushing it through congress, he promised that he was going to get it done. >> we are going to give americans the freedom to purchase the health care plans they want, not the health care forced on them by the government. and i'll be so angry at congressman kelly and congressman marino and all of our congressmen in this room if we don't get that damn thing passed quickly. they will get it done. we know them. they will get it done. in all things, we are returning power to the people where it belongs. >> reporter: and the white house did make a last-minute push last week to get the vote on a health care reform package but despite winning over the fickle freedom
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caucus, republican leader lost some moderate support. they decided against rushing a vote. but as you heard just there, the president is prepared to put pressure on members of congress to get something done. he is not afraid to call out specific members by name. as you saw there even pointing at them in the crowd. at this point, that strategy has not really been that successful but it's clear at this point he is not ready to give up quite yet. >> we saw the president digitally point to a couple of people in the first couple of round and see if it works this time through twitter. ryan nobles, thanks. >> big crowd there we saw relative humiditying president trump. cnn political analyst and former presidential analyst david gergen had a harsh critique of the speech last night. listen to this. >> to bring your campaign speech into the presidency is something president rarely do. this was the most divisive speech i've ever heard from a sitting american president. others may disagree about that as he played to his base and
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treated the other listeners. the rest of the people have been disturbed about him or opposing him, he says, i don't give a damn what you think because you're like the enemy with the press. i thought it was a deeply disturbing speech. cnn political commentator is with us now as well as errol louis a political anchor for spectrum news. thank you for being with us. we heard what david gergen said. let's listen to president trump on the evening of november 8th at his victory speech. >> i pledge to every citizen of our land that i will be president for all americans and this is so important to me. >> all right y. we have the speech we saw yesterday and we have the campaign promise on victory night.
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paris, when are we going to see that president be the president for all people, not just his base? >> well, i think you have to look at it through the prism of what the speech was last night. the speech last night was about him touting his successes over the past 100 days and explaining to the american people exactly why he was not at the correspondents' dinner. now, what you saw on election night with him saying i want to bring this country together and be the president of all americans. and i think if you look at over the past hundred days in the things he has tried to do as it relates to repealing obamacare and rolling back the regulations, 31 executive order, the things he has been trying to do, tax reform, tax cuts, are things that are going to help all americans, not just one particular section of america. so i think on the whole, what he has done over the past hundred days and what he wants to do the agenda he set forth is something that is going to be good for the
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entire country if we give him the latitude to do. >> sure, sure. but the thing is he spent about eight minutes of this speech, errol, not just bashing the media but actively saying i would rather be here with you than be in the washington swamp which is where he lives. so a lot of people might look at that and just think, there might be a lot of people saying i want you to be my president but i want to know you're my president whether i agree with you or not. >> that last part that you mentioned there has been absolutely absent. not just from the speech yesterday but the first hundred days of the trump presidency. he has shown no interest in working with democrats and shown no interest in reaching out to people who vote for him, frankly. he has been, i think, for political reasons, very much sort of hobbled by the fact that he didn't win the popular vote and that he has sort of upside down approval rating. 54% of american adults say that they disapprove of what he has
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done the last hundred days compared to 44 who do and that is unprecedented for a pre coming out of the gate. he has a choice and has a choice blorn whether or not to reach out to people and those who are dissatisfied with him into his camp. he turns down that chance every chance he gets and yesterday was no exception. when they are chanting lock her up, that is not a conciliatory message and not what president trump is interested in. politically going forward he will get whatever he get in the next hundred days but if he is not interested in bringing the country together, he'll have to do it with a much narrower base. as we saw with the failure to repeal obamacare is not as easy as it looks. >> i want to talk policy here real quickly. he promised to repeal and replace obamacare and would be so angry if it doesn't get passed. how does that kind of verbiage
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bring some understanding amongst congress and make that passage happen? >> what you see the suppor of 90% of trump supporters who support him and vote for him again, we understand he kept his promise. ed he is going to bring it to the table and try to get it repealed. >> ed last night he is going to make it happen. how does he make it happen with the verbiage he is using? >> he is telling the congress you better listen to the american people. when you look at those premiums, the premiums will go down. premiums are a real thing. the high increase in costs are real. he is telling the congress listen to the people. listen to your constituents. obamacare is not all bad. there are portion of it that are positive and those things are going to keep but things that are terrible and hurting americans we are going to fix it and he is telling the congress listen to the people because people want you to listen and they -- ed i listen to them. i listen to them regularly and why i'm here in pennsylvania. get it done. if you don't, i'll be upset.
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>> errol, the last word there. >> sure. where it all falls apart what the president can do with the executive orders the stuff that is clearly just within his scope of power but then almost everything else requires cooperation with congress and then you're right back to square one. the government almost shut down this weekend, in part, because the republican leadership, including the president, refuse to talk to democrats. as long as that continues to be the case, this will be sort of government on the brink. >> paris denard and errol louis, great to have your voices with us this morning. thank you very much. >> any time. >> thank you. the president's speech and the way forward is part of the conversation this morning on "state of the union" with jake tapper. senator john mccain is on the show and samantha bee stops by to talk about her not the correspondents dinner bash. be sure to watch "state of the union" with jake tapper at 9:00 a.m. eastern on cnn. now hours after president trump slammed what he called the fake news media, journalists gathered in washington to type
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remember, you guys are public enemy number one. you are his biggest enemy. journalists, isis, normal like ties. and somehow you're the bad guys. comedian and "daily show" correspondent hasan minaj there. >> as you know by now, the president was not there to hear it. he held 100 day rally last night in pennsylvania instead. it's the first time since 1981 a sitting president does not attend that event. joining is a former speech writer for president obama, david lips. you were at the dinner last night and tweeted out that was a hell of a performance from hasan minaj. i assume that is a compliment. why? >> he was just really funny and i think that is the number one
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goal of any comedian at these dinners. you have to have good material and deliver it well. he spoke about how he felt and he took some real shots. he didn't hold any punches back. >> do you get the. >> i think they were disappointed president trump was not there because it says something for the president to show up and demonstrate he can take a joke. i don't think anyone thought if president trump was here he would be delivering hilarious jokes right now. that is not really his track record. >> let's listen. >> we got to address the elephant that is not in the room. the leader of our country is not here and that is because he lives in moscow. it is a very long flight. it would be hard for vlad to
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make it. vlad can't make it on a saturday. it's a saturday! as for the other guy, i think he's in pennsylvania because he can't take a joke. >> you were the joke guy for president obama. i hope that isn't too dismissive but you were the cod writer. do you think it's more difficult to roast the president who is ten feet away from you or, in this year, president not being there for the first time in 36 years, roast him when he is not there? >> well, i think it is generally easier to roast this president because, at the moment, his slate of accomplishments is pretty thin and his slate of controversies is very long and i think you saw last night. in that sense it's an easier job. i think in some ways it's easier to roast the president when he is there because it's part of this tradition. it was a brave decision to go after president trump and tell the jokes he wanted to tell without worrying about how it's going to look. he is saying you know what? this is what i want to do. this is my moment. and i'm going to do the kind of
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comedy i believe in. >> as a speech writer, as a comedy writer, as victor pointed out, you had to have, were you not, sitting in the audience listening to some of this thinking of some of the things you might have written for this moment? do you have any of those and would you share them with us? >> no. i will tell you this was a great year for me to be watching because i had nothing at stake other than getting to enjoy the open bar beforehand. i was very much enjoying being totally just an on-looker last ni night. >> you didn't have anything going through your head you think you would have used had it been under your employment to do so this year? >> no. you always watch jokes and you're thinking in the back of your head. you're not just laughing but thinking was that good or was it not? i thought hasan's material, the writing of the jokes was very solid. it wasn't just the fact that he was in the room and president trump was not. he went out with really good material and he delivered good stuff. i certainly didn't find myself thinking, man, i should have had
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a hand in that. i thought his writers did great and he did great. >> the president says he hopes to attend next year and see if that happen. david, thank for being with us. >> thanks for having me. let's bring in comedian and host of united shades of america, dominique bell. good morning to you. >> good morning. >> give us your take on what we have seen so far in the last 24 hour. >> i know -- i've known hasan since he started as a baby comedian in san francisco so i was super proud. i don't think since we have seen a comic that good since colbert when he did it. sfar being fun as far as being funny and speaking truth to power was mega. >> talk about the first show. first preelection and second show is post election. have you seen a difference in the divide? is it broader? narrower? and is it along the same lines as before? >> i really feel lucky we got to do a first season before the
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election because last year, we sort of -- the country has its spots we needed to go to but this season it felt more critical. felt like we had been able to practice for this season. last season was a tape and this is like an album. it was very clear what groups we needed to talk to and we needed to go to chicago and talk about gang violence and talk to arabs and muslims outside of detroit. we ent to standing rock and looking to go there and the first episode we talk about immigrants and refuges. those groups were targeted during the election so clear we needed to talk to them. >> new season of united shade of america is premiering tonight and be ready, he everybody. i know immigration issues appear in your first episode here and you talk with alt-right leader richard spencer. let's watch a little of this together. >> i think white people do need to talk about their whiteness. we are here doing it. >> we are here to talk about white privilege. we want to bring it back and
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make it brave again. >> you're a fan of white privilege? >> oh, yeah. >> what do you love about white privilege? >> it looks great. like i mean, the people are good looking and nice suits. great literature. like, yeah, i just want to bathe in white privilege. the greatest most awesome thing. >> it's working out for you? >> so here is the thing. i can't get over the fact you're laughing. very gracious, obviously. so what were you thinking in that moment and what are you thinking as you watch it again now? >> my wife also hates it when i laugh at things that shock other people but i'm a comedian. that's what i do. some people find things shocking and my response is to laugh. what i was thinking was that i was happy we were going to be able to put this on tv and let people see it. a lot of people are like did you advice rate him? did you destroy him? no, i let him talk. i think a lot of people think we know the same thing and i know a lot of people don't know the sa same thing and people don't know that is in out there there.
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i think letting him get pes points out people will be shocked and do something about it. >> richard spencer has been in another interview on this network is having a moment right now because of some of the political realities. do we know if what is happening in washington and what we are seeing some some of these rallies from the president is just a reflection what is out there divide that exists right now or if he is exacerbating this divide? >> a lot of trump's base are people who are either likely richard spencer or adjacent to those idea. i think a lot of people who voted for trump didn't realize how that was affect willing lives of people in their community. many people finding out members of the people are being deported and people are afraid to go to the grocery story. they don't know what is going to happen. i think these things are being exacerbated right now and proof what is going on in berkeley. i'm from there and people are showing up there to start
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trouble and waern doing that a year ago but doing it now because they feel emboldened who is in the white house. >> anything you learned this year in taping this that did shock you? >> it comes down to it are the -- shocked me? i think -- if i'm going to be honest, i'm shocked by the fact that where we went in the country, if you could take away the rhetoric, all of the scandal, all of the fervor, people are worried about their families. i think if we could get away from the team politics we would find out people are worried about jobs and their schools and their health insurance. a candidate who was able to talk about that stuff with all of the rhetoric and the divisiveness would do well in this country easement kamau bell, it's tonight. thank you for getting up early and taking time for us. >> thank you. >> we will be watching, kamau. he believes uncomfortable conversations create change.
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waking up and winding down the weekend. we are glad you're with us. i'm christi paul. >> i'm victor blackwell. president trump is not ruling out military force in the wake of north korea's latest ballistic missile test adding that leader kim jong-un is, quote, going to do -- going to have to do what he has to do the president said. listen to what he told "face the nation." >> i would not be happy if he does a nuclear test. i will not be happy. i can tell you also i don't believe that the president of china, who is a very respected man, will be happy either. >> not happy, meaning military action? >> i don't know. i mean, we will see. the president appeared to downplay the significance of the test calling it a small missile launch.
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after president trump's 100th day rally in pennsylvania, reporters pressed him on the message to the north korean regime. [ inaudible question ] >> you'll soon find out, won't you? >> military action? >> you'll soon find out. >> let's go to cnn international correspondent will ripley in pyongyang. we also bring in cnn political analyst errol louis and cnn reporter eugene scott. will, you are there on the ground. any indications on what will be kim's next move? >> reporter: before i answer that i want you to listen to this for a moment. ♪ >> reporter: this music plays almost hourly here in pyongyang. it's a sign to remind the citizens here of the sacrifices of the late north korean leader so we are not inserting music here. this is what comes with living in the north korean capital. there is propaganda everywhere from the music that people listen to, from the newspapers and television, and that propaganda machine is in full
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force on the ground here telling the scitizens of this country that the president and the united states are hostile and ready to attack and that justifies this government spending tremendous amount of money in resources building missile and nuclear weapons and the officials will continue to test them despite mounting president from the united states and u.n. security council and china as well. >> errol, we heard in that cbs interview, when asked about military action, the president said, i don't know. we will see. not going as far as we heard earlier in the week, saying a potential for a major, major conflict with north korea. are we seeing a president who is responding to the criticism that came after that? or is this potentially just one off? >> i think it's more of a one off, victor, honestly. the criticism that matters is i think this president, like his predecessors, as much as he wants to be difference and an outsider, has to send signals not just to foreign dictators like the mad man in north korea,
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but to the allies of the united states, to the other affected countries that border north korea that there is going to be stability, that there is going to be a rational policy, that there is going to be some predictab predictab predictablity. try to deal with dangerous instability and more dangerous instability is a formula for seventy-three -- china is a super power. you got south korea is right on the border with 30,000 u.s. troops who are there and that eerie stuff going on in north korea that we just heard. this is not a place for the president, i think, to sort of try to brinksmanship. it really makes the tension go up and not down. >> anyone paying attention knows there is no great options when dealing with this problem there in north korea. but it reverts to the question when you have a president who is
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not used to making these types of decisions and is reluctant to show the card in any way, is it strategic to not talk about potential for military action or does this administration not yet have an alternative to the obama administration's strategic patience? >> i think what we have seen with president donald trump on this issue and other issues related to international affairs is that his foreign policy is still being determined. i truly believe he said we will see because, quite frankly, he doesn't know yet. we saw previously that ed following his conversation with chinese president explaining the tense relationship between the country and north korea that he learned so much new stuff in only ten minutes. as much experience as donald trump has in international business, he doesn't have a lot of experience in international affairs and so what we are going to see hopefully very soon, ed perhaps in the next two weeks, is a firmer grasp on what it is that he thinks the you should do to respond to this situation.
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>> let's head south to the philippines and this invitation that the white house has confirmed to the president of the philippines due ed he could slaughter drug addicts and eat a terrorist's liver if you gave him salt and pepper. you've covered the wars extensionively. what does this mean, the invitation the white house has extended? >> this is a president who joked about reports he threw a government official out of a helicopter and never completely denied it. president duterte announced a war on drugs that has killed thousands of mostly poor people in that country's poorest and wiping out the bottom layer of the drug problem without doing
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anything to really address the largerish like poverty, larger drug cartels, just killing off the slumlord drug dealers and users. and so president obama expressed his displeasure and duterte doesn't like anybody to question what he is doing in the philippines. he used similar vulgar language referring to the leaders of the eu. ed he was happy and thought the two of them could connect on a personal level he thought they might have a better relationship. keep in mind under the obama relationship, du terks urnow it two leaders have a much more friendly rapport even as duterte talks about killing tens of thousands of people in his own country. listen.
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[ speaking in foreign language ] >> reporter: those two pres apparently had a friendly conversation with north korea. duterte urging strength in this situation and we could see a photo op those two presidents side-by-side there at the white house. still to come. severe weather is popping up today and it's going to be part of the midwest and the southeast who are seeing it. but this is coming after deadly tornadoes like this one slammed overnight in texas. the question is that what is
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system. what does it look like? >> it is active from chicago to new orleans. you got a spectacular light show if you're looking out your window stretching from further south you go. we have lightning out west where there is snow which means in turn you've got some thunder snow. on the serious side of this storm the tornado threat is ongoing. we have a tornado watch in effect until 10:00 a.m. eastern time. a couple of tornado warnings mixed in around the jackson, mississippi, area. take this threat seriously. we have seen what the storms can do and potential to be very damaging. the rest of the day stretching from chicago down to new orleans, the threat will still exist throughout the day. we are talking damaging wind, large hail, but also, yes, talking the potential for tornado. your time line on the western edge of that is going to be into the morning hours. once we get into the afternoon we combat nashville and louisville and cincinnati and others by the evening hour.
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the concern with that is nighttime tornado can be so devastating because your guard is down. many folks are sleeping. you're not paying as close attention and three states where we see a majority of our nighttime tornadoes are states that are going to be impacted today. kentucky, tennessee, and also into arkansas. now the long-term threat with this also includes rain. look at how much rain has already fallen. numerous locations picking up at least eight inches of rain. the problem with this when you start talking about rivers, that is a long-term effect. there are many points along the mississippi river and some of the outer lying rivers that are likely going to hit close to or above record flood stage on monday and tuesday of this week. so still something to keep in mind in the coming days. >> no doubt. allison chinchar, thank you for the headup. earlier this morning we spoke with a veteran storm chaser who shot the video you just saw there. >> this is what ed about being so close to a tornado of this magnitude.
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>> this one was one of the bigger ones. it will probably go up to the top five to ten chases. i'm saying top chases. this is aside from the property damage. i would prefer to see this over an open field and not hit anything. it's kind of an indescribable feeling. your ears are popping and you feel the ground shaking like in the case yesterday. a little vibration in the ground. sounds like a very cloud waterfall basically. the battle for climate action is raging on. thousands protest president trump's climate policies. the president did address at least one of their concerns at his rally in pennsylvania last night. i'll be making a big decision on the paris accord over the next two weeks. we will see what happens. >> some children are joining this movement. they took their fight all the
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way to the steps of the supreme court. so earlier, we talked to two young activists that are suing the government, the trump administration, for inaction. >> we are doing this out of a place of love and deep passion to protecting the things that not only we value, but we hold to be true to ensuring the safety and security of all people. >> well, my biggest fear is that if climate change continues, i live on a barrier island in florida and there has been lots of dune erosion. and if the dune keeps eroding, then the sea turtles won't have a place to nest. that would be a really big problem. and also there has been way more wildfires than there has been normally. >> i need a shirt like that. george w. bush painting president trump? not exactly.
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