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>> this is the greatest journalistic challenge of the modern era, to report on a malignant presidency and what it means and where it's going. this is "new day weekend" with victor blackwell and christi paul. good morning to you. it is a busy, busy sunday for president trump on this independence day weekend. today, the president has back-to-back phone calls with the leader of china and japan. no word yet on what they will discuss. but it comes after the president declared america's patience with north korea is over. >> with the campaign promise to repeal obamacare at an impasse it seem in the senate the white house says the president is working through the holiday and putting calls into lawmakers. last night, the president was back in campaign form, speaking at a celebrate freedom event. he saluted our veterans and continued his attack on one of his favorite targets, the news media. >> the fake media is trying to
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silence us, but we will not let them, because the people know the truth. the fake media tried to stop us from going to the white house, but i'm president and they are not. let's talk about this with cnn senior media correspondent and host of "reliable sources," brian stelter. senators will, obviously, going to hear from their sqaenconstit, those who rely on the affordable care act and those who wanted to be protected, and those who want the republican senators to keep their campaign promises and repeal and replace. do these breaks move these parties closer to consensus or further apart? >> well, it seems like they are usually a little -- they kind of break consensus up.
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they seem to hear from a lot of angry constituents when they go home, especially these republicans who going to be bombarded at town halls if they have them and seems like a lot have decide not to. they will be bombarded by constituents saying there is a big movement behind that at the moment. it's interesting to see what happens if they come home and having to hear about it from their residents and whether that changes their thinking when they come back here to washington next week. >> brian, it looked like campaign rally last night in washington. the president, although making this point, he goes after the free press in the you at a celebrate freedom event. >> coming up on the fourth of july. yes, indeed, victor. the campaigner in chief is a great frame, you know, to see the president through. we know he has already established his re-election campaign and at a fund-raiser for the rnc the other day. at events like these, even if
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the script originally is about veterans and about this long holiday weekend, this acknowledgment of the country's history, he does make some of his most, you know, frequent campaign points at these kind of events. i would say his campaign right now is primary against the media. you look at his twitter feed. it's not about health care. it's been mostly bashing cnn and "morning joe" and other major news outlets. we saw that on stage as well. i was struck by chuck todd at nbc said i'm amazed how much time and energy the president is spending on health care this week all of the tweets this weekend and the health care rally last night. obviously, chuck is being facetious. the point is the president is not tweeting about health care. he is not holding events about health care. not holding town hall the way obama did when he was trying to get obamacare through the house and senate. so there is a big difference here in what the president is doing publicly. they say he is working privately behind the scenes on health
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care. wooing lawmaker. but not doing that publicly. he is not using his megaphone in order to get this repeal and replace done. >> brian, you mentioned the president's twitter account and all we have seen the 72 hours off this back and forth with the cable news show hosts. he tweeted my use of the media is not presidential but modern day presidential. make america great again. creating a distinction for a trump era presidential. >> i think there is a point to be made there, that we don't have to judge everything trump does based on what presidents did 50 or a hundred years ago. sometimes reference to the fireside chats or jfk alerting how to work in the television era or, you know, reagan in the cable news era. thing are evolving. media and to think the internet acknowledgment is evolving. yes, a new way to perform as president and to communicate as president. victor, what if president trump was using twitter to reply to constituents, so answer their questions, to address their concerns about health care?
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wernts seeing him doing that, at least not currently. >> the other question is when those new media were introduced how did those presidents use them? >> yes. >> we are seeing this president is using twitter. kyle, back to you. from your reporting, have we seen that there has been any impact, any pushback, any rejection from the president's die-hard supporters of some of the more controversial things he has tweeted out and his white house has said this week? >> not at all. there is going to be a solid base of his supporters who really like this kind of thing. they really want him to take on entrench, what do they say? entrenched special interest and liberal and news media run together as the enemies that they kind of resent. and so there's this really big desire for trump to do this. this might be one of his biggest, you know, things -- appeal to most people about him is that he does not -- he's not
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afraid to take on, you know, people who are, you know, on tv like us, or people who write for newspapers, that kind of thing. in fact, they want him to do that. so there is a portion of his base that is never going to go away. it's never going to be repulsed by this, unless he says something truly terrible. and we will see what that point is. >> i think some people would say he has already past the point of saying something truly terrible. the question to me is this leadership? is it leadership to play into people's resentment or hatred rather than bring folks together. the president also said and his believed him and the base also wanted him to repeal and replace obamacare on day one. the promise was on day one. we are going to get to the six-month mark of the presidency coming up. >> the president says he is working on on that for the weekend. ten day recess for the senate and see if they can get it done. thank you both much. >> thanks. >> watch brian stelter on "reliable source" at 11:00 a.m. eastern on cnn.
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this morning, a military official says a u.s. navy warship sailed near a disputed island in the south china sea. china claims these waters. but the u.s. disagrees. this comes just hours before president trump speaks with the leader of china. >> rick francona says demonstrations like this show power for the u.s. any time is there a claim we don't recognize we generally send aircraft or navy warships into that area. but we are very scrupulous about maintaining the proper international protocols. we don't sail into waters we don't recognize. we are telling the rest of the world and the chinese we don't recognize your claim to these waters and we are going to demonstrate our right to be there. not only our right but anybody's right to be there. we try not to make these provocative but they can be. at times, it has led to military confrontation.
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>> this is the second time the navy has performed this operation since president trump took office. we know name and seeing the name of the face in court tomorrow in connection with the disappearance of visiting chinese graduate student. christensen will face a charge for kidding of yingying zhang. >> she was kidnapped last month and investigators believe she is most likely not alive. it has sent shock waves through the campus. christensen was a graduate student and teaching assistant at the university of ill. a professor there says the accusations have really surprised people. >> i've received many, many e-mails from faculty and students expressing shock that happened. those who knew him are quite surprised. there was no hint of something like this. >> they were both, obviously, from the same university there. christensen is expected to be in court tomorrow morning.
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still to come, president trump meeting with vladimir putin this weekend at the g-20 amid moscow's meddling into the presidential elections in 2016. >> a kentucky state official says not enough bourbon in kentucky to convince her to do what the trump administration is asking. what is it? we will tell you. also major shake-ups at the vatican. a top visor add visor is out. is the catholic church doing enough to tackle these issues? and medical school. it's no wonder he said, "you don't have to pick me up." at lincoln financial, we get there are some responsibilities of love you gotta do on your own. and some you shouldn't have to shoulder alone. like being able to maintain your lifestyle, no matter what comes your way. ask a financial advisor how lincoln can help you
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president are set to have their first meeting at the g-20 summit. word from the white house is there no formal schedule for it. last week mcmaster said, quote.
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let's talk to liz wall. liz was a correspondent for russia tv and resigned live on the air in 2014 over what she called the network's -- to russian president putin. so she is now a reporter for scripps news. thank you for being here. >> good morning. >> reporter: thomas grant former aide to the white house busch said this. with that said, and we don't know if the president has any formal ideas about what he will say but how risky is it for the president, president trump not to have a specific agenda as h.r. mcmaster asserts? >> it's very risky because as that quote just mentioned, putin is prepared. he is a former kgb operative so he kind of thinks in that way. he knows his adversaries. he knows how to kind of get what he wants out of people.
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he tries to manipulate others and at the end of the day, he is representing russian interests. for years now he has been trying to make russia great again. so i think that absolutely putin knows what he is doing. he knows how to kind of play people. he knows american politics and he knows how to use american politics against us. that is a big part of this disinformation campaign that the investigations are looking at. so it would be wise, i think, for president trump to go into this meeting even if it's informal kind of a meeting to have some things he wants to convey. one thing that would comfort the american people, i think, is for him to say something about the meddling in our elections to say if that is something not tolerate and something we will not tolerate again. >> we don't know if he'll do that. i wanted to bring up these pictures. last month's release by russia of the pictures of president trump with russian foreign minister lavrov.
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this . these are pictures that president trump didn't want to be released. is skeptical or suspect of russians integrity? >> there isn't any indication yet. i think the pictures our own system at this particular meeting. there were no american reporters allowed into that meeting. and that was the former ambassador. he had recently been recalled and he got into that meeting and he at the center of these russia investigation and these pictures come out released by russian state-funded news agency when our own reporters noiwere not allowed in and they are laughing and smiling and nothing he is relaying any seriousness about these issues which is our democratic process and meddling in our democratic process. so it just sends a very bad --
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it's a profgpaganda. for us it was bizarre and puzzling. hopefully this is an opportunity to show the american people we won't tolerate this kind of meddling in our elections. >> i want to play some sound from our global affairs analyst kimberly dozier who had thoughts on this. >> reporter: we had both george w. bush and president barack obama thinking that russia and the united states could reach some sort of cooperative arrangement on things like counterterrorism, but every time, according to the officials that i've spoken to who dealt with russia in the past, that they were near to what they thought was a good give and take. russia would sort of use that relationship to get one over on them. so they worry that this is what trump is going to get, convinced to do, enter into some sort of partnership where it's one-sided. >> that is kimberly dozier and
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our own victor blackwell yesterday. when you hear the word "partnership" as she says, what could of partnership ma putwill try to establish with this president? >> that is a key question and we should realize there is not a viable partnership that can be formed when it comes to syria, for example, and when it comes to ukraine. putin's interests are not -- they don't align with our interests. and as the commentator said earlier, he is always trying to get a one-up. so if he says that unthe big push that i hear from them is that we can work together on syria. but as we are seeing, that is not -- putin's primary goal inside of syria is not to battle isis or take out isis but to prop up assad. i think when you say we need to work together, but i think you need to look at the facts and the motivations and at the end of the day, putin's interests
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tonight align with ours and he is going to try to manipulate our politics and our people and that is something that when you go into this meeting, putin is going to be prepared and -- and -- and the president should be fullywa aware of this. >> you have more insight into the russian administration and putin and his team than most others. if president trump does confront president putin with intelligence that russia interferes in the 2016 election and it's a private conversation, how might putin react in private as opposed to what we have seen in public? >> well, i mean, he won't like it. he doesn't like being called out. our own media and own intelligence agency has called him out and he has kind of essentially done the russian version of calling it fake new. he probably won't react positively to it. but i think just merely saying, as the head of state
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representing the united states interests, to say something on the sidelines. the last time the president obama had met with putin at the sidelines of an event overseas, he had said, hey, cut it out. so just merely showing that this is not something that -- or first of all, just acknowledging it, it's been very difficult just to get the president to acknowledge anything russia, anything russian meddling which i think is very bewildering to the intelligence people or people who really watch russian relations because we know that putin -- putin plays people. so just say, hey, cut it out, this is not something that we are going to tolerate again, will show that he does, in fact, believe in or is an advocate for the integrity of our institutions. >> liz wahl, we appreciate your insights. thank you for being here. >> thank you. next, we will talk with a state official who says there is not enough bourbon in kentucky to make sense of the trump administration's latest
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welcome back. i'm christi paul. >> i'm victor blackwell. a senior white house official says the president is hard at work this entire holiday week. >> first up is back-to-back phone calls with the leaders of china and japan and we don't know what they will discuss but comes after the president declared america's patience with north korea is over. >> the president will also, wend, call members of congress over the july fourth recess. far from giving up on health care bill stalled in the senate. the white house is doubling down they say and hoping to come to terms on a deal. >> the president told supporters at a campaign style rally his administration is making progress and he also took aim at the media. >> their agenda is not your agenda. you've been saying it.
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i will never stop fighting for you. i am delivering on trade, on the economy, on the supreme court, on the second amendment, on our military, for our veterans, and on our borders. let's talk about some bipartisanship now. both republican and democratic state officials are vowing not to imply with the administration's request for voter information. they are getting more and more creative in how they are doing it. mississippi's republican secretary of state told the administration to go jump in the gulf of mexico. and now kentucky's democratic secretary of state says there is not enough bourbon in kentucky to make her release the voter data. joining us is the kentucky secretary of state allison grimes. this is part of the commission to investigate voter gretininte. why are you pushing back against this ghinsadministration's requ?
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>> if donald trump only asked four name and address and your voter and party official and last four digits of your social security number would you give it to him is in the answer is no. donald trump that brought democrat and republican secretary of state across the nation together because they don't want to risk the privacy of billions of americans simply for a political stunt and a lie the president continues to pry to perpetrate for a fake commission that he has put together. >> this came as, i think everyone knows now, after the president tweeted out that he actually won the popular vote if you don't count the 3 million to 5 million people who voted illegally. then people ask for evidence of that. we now know from the vice chair who is also the secretary of state of kansas, he says that this is not about that claim. actually i want our viewers to first listen to the president in february, and then listen to the secretary of state of kansas who
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is the vice chair of this effort. >> the data has to show that 3 million illegals voted. >> forget that. forget all of that. just take a look at the registration and we are going to do it and i'm going to set up a commission to be headed by vice president mike pence and we are going to look at it very, very carefully. >> the commission is not set up to disprove or to prove president trump's claim nor is it just looking at the 2016 election. we are looking at all forms of election irregularities and voter fraud and voter intimidation and suppression. >> what do you make of the discrepancy here? >> i think the secretary from kansas is mincing words. the public is well aware why this violation was set up. it's in violation of the tenths amendment as we look to elections being left to the states to run and the secretary from kansas can't imply with the own question that is vice chair of this fake commission have put gart. what we have seen to date, we
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are 72 hours from when the request for the private sensitive information of voters all across this nation came forward and we have no state fully complying across the united states. even republican secretaries following the lead of kentucky saying that they, in no way, intend to compromise the privacy of the voters across the united states. >> let me get your response to this. the president suggests some that fair ne -- nefarious intent on your part and other secretaries of state. saying the following. your response there to that suggestion from the president? >> well, the secretaries of state across this nation don't have anything to hide. and whatever putin may have over the president is not worth risking american lives and privacy here. if you look at the timing of this request, it's suspect. it comes during a week when the
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president launches at his own hotel, his re-election campaign and then, secondly, in the same breath, the funding for an agency that is supposed to look out for the integrity of our election system and administration, the eac completely defunded in a how appropriation bill, at the same time, the president requests sensitive information of every american voter. you don't have to be from kentucky to know that this smells like horse manure. >> in the discussion of evidence that the president has to provide in his claim that 3 million to 5 million people voted illegal, i have to challenge you on a comment you just made about whatever putin has over the president. are you suggesting that this request or the president's claim is some way involved or related to the president's relationship or lack thereof with vladimir putin? >> i'm merely pointing out what data expert after data expert over the past 72 hours have noted, which is if we want to make the job easier for foreign actors to interfere in our elections, then, by all means,
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hand over the sensitive private information, folks' social security numbers, their dates of birth and intirp voting history and their political affiliation and put it in an unsecure website which is what the government have asked the secretary of state across this nation to do. it would be easier to hand it over to putin. it's not worth the risk, no matter what is going on between the president and vladimir putin. >> final question here. the panel really does not have any legal authority for force the states to hand over the information. justice department might, though, exercise some legal authority here. if they do, what is your intention there? do you intend to fight it? >> not on my watch am i going to promise 3.3 million people from kentucky sensitive personal information. we have an obligation as the chief election officials to make sure that the integrity of our elections is protected and that includes the privacy of
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marriage shake-up to the vatican over alex of sexual abuse and major agreements. a top adviser to the pope francis is taking leave to fight and all assault charges in his home country of australia. he says the accusations are false and part after relentless character assassination. >> the pope replaced another top leader who publicly disagreed
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with him about the future of the church. let's talk with father edward beck an investigative journalist on the spotlight team michael rendon. his team's work was featured in the spotlighspotlight. cardinal george powell is taking leave of absence on thursday to face historical sexual assault charge. do you think, father beck, that the pope has done enough to address these charges and the charges not just, obviously, with cardinal powell but across the board in the catholic church? >> christi, you know he has set up a special commission that has been working for some time now working at church protocol with regards to this. it has had some bumpy steps here because the two lay people on the commission have resigned saying they don't think it's moving quickly enough.
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there have been some disputes among members of the commission. even marie collins, who is one of those who resigned, said that she believes that pope francis is committed to this issue and is, in fact, doing a lot for this issue. >> okay. >> he is getting mixed reviews in some quarters but i don't think anybody is denying his commitment to work on this issue in a serious manner. >> michael, what did you think, first of all, when you heard about cardinal pell? >> it's an extraordinary development, no doubt about it. he is the highest ranking vatican official to ever be charged with abuse. however, at the same time, i also felt this is a long time coming, because although pope francis has said many fine thing about addressing the problem of clergy sexual abuse, the panel that father beck mentioned was not done anything, even though it's been meeting for several years. moreover, initially, pope francis said he would establish a tribunal to hold bishops
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accountable who cover up for the abuses committed by their priests. now we have learned the tribunal will be scuttled and instead church leader will rely on canon law. i think a long time company. the accusations from cardinal pell have been around a long time so in a way i guess i was not surprised. >> cardinal pell says this is a character assassination against him and looking forward to his day in court. let's listen to what the pope had to say in february of 2015. >> translator: i commit to a careful oversight to assure that youth are protected and all responsible will be held accountable. >> the jolt of this, father beck, is that cardinal pell sits on the pope's advisory council, as michael was talking about, but that council is tasked with addressing sexual assault in the church. if he is found guilty, will the vatican stand by him?
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>> no. pope francis has said is that the legal system must take its course and that he will make his comments once that has happened. remember now. this is presumption of innocent until found guilty. ed he wants to return now to australia. he has a court date on july 18th and he will face these charge. this is a very conservative one who has spoken against same-sex marriage and spoken against abuse and very conservative on many issues so this, indeed, comes as a surprise. he is the first cardinal and the first vatican official to be charged, criminally charged with sexual abuse. so it is big news. however, he is claiming his innocence. he is going to return to australia. we have to let the court process play out. again, this is part of the issue at this, christi, what the investigator was just saying this is is a worldwide church and different rules in different countries and different statute
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of limitations. not that it has grown one way that a worldwide community would could move as rapidly as would like because many different stri restrictions in different countries. >> michael, what is your reaction to that? >> i would like to say cardinal pell is certainly innocent until proven guilty of these charges. we don't know a lot about the charges but, of course he is presumed innocent until proven guilty. >> he staunchly denies them, we need to point out. >> yes. we do. but i would like to also point out that the issue of how cardinal pell handled allegations of clergy sex abuse while he was in australia is another matter. while testifying before the royal commission, cardinal pell pretty much admitted that he had not done the job he wish he had done in handling allegations of clergy sex abuse. essentially he admitted even though he may never have committed abuse himself he essentially has been a part of
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the problem when it comes to dealing with clergy sexual abuse. >> do you think, michael, based on all of your research, is that because at one point they didn't know what to do about it? even though i know that sounds asinine. you would think they would. but this was a struggle within the catholic church for sometime. >> well, it was a struggle within the catholic church but i think a struggle between those who would cover-up and those who wanted to do something about it. i think the people who wanted to cover it up won the day. let's talk about cardinal pell a little bit more. back in the early '90s, there was a priest named gerald ridsdale who roomed with the cardinal pell a couple of years and he is convicted of serial abuses. when he went to court in 1993 cardinal pell accompanied him and supported him. >> father beck, you get the last word here. the question is still remains
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what can the catholic church do to get beyond this scandal that continues to haunt them? >> well, again, christi, one thing we must say these are old charges and doesn't lessen the severity of them but we are still dealing with charges from 40 years ago. so the trickling out of this make it seem as if it's still happening, it's never ending. these are old charges that are just coming to light with a lot of repressed memory or people coming forward. so the catholic church has to be diligent in continuing to deal with them. this commission that has been set up has to do its work, be allowed to do its work. and pope francis has to take it seriously and show he is taking it seriously. all of that is true. however i think we have to realize the church is taking it seriously. certainly in the united states, we have found everything about the way the church handles it has changed, so i think we will see that continue to happen now. >> father beck and michael, we
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plash floodiflash flooding mess in upper new york state. sinkholes threatening neighborhood. >> here is the bad news. more to come. cnn meteorologist allison chinchar has the forecast. >> we take a look at how much rain actually fell in this area. look at some of these cities. just a few that actually broke rainfall record yesterday.
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in fact, eighth wettest calendar day on record and not just rain for glens falls. a lot of severe weather. over a hundred wind record and damaging wind reports. four tornado reports.yesterday. that's more than they've ever issued in an entire year. again, that was a big active day for us yesterday, but more rain in the the forecast for portions of the northeast and the southeast again today. but we also want to take a look ahead. let's highlight a couple of cities. boston being one of them. those temperatures very warm, but the good news is it's going to be sunny and dry. but you also need to remember the sunscreen and also stay hydrated. today and monday actually look like relatively nice days, but
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tuesday we do have a 30% to 40% chance of rain. so keep in mind you may want to keep the umbrella handy with you. st. louis is a similar scenario. again, very hot, so remember to stay hydrated. but tuesday we actually have about a 60% to 80% chance of rain in that region. you may want to check the radar especially late afternoon and evening hours. >> little light on the graphics presentation today, alison. >> beautiful. >> thanks so much. >> so boxing fans, they didn't get much sleep. >> yeah, how in the world could an australian schoolteacher beat boxing legend al pack yo, a lot of people don't think he did. bringing us the decade that
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they're calling this a sham. so how in the world does the greatest fighter of all-time get upset by a schoolteacher named jeff horn? they were there to watch their hometown hero. even to the referee, it looks like many pack had this thing wrapped up. listen to what the referee said in the round. >> he said i think i'm going to stop this fight, that's how bad it was. and then raising jeff horn's hands by unanimous decision. he is now 17-0 in 1.
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are you kidding me with those score cards, #joke, #rigged. cnn sports contributor hines ward is in south korea this week where he was just named one of the honorary embasders for the up coming pyeongchang olympics. he became a two time super bowl champ. he joins other notables. the 2018 olympic summer games are just months away. >> it means so much to me. to be accepted, to be an honorary ambassador for the 2018 winter olympic games is just amazing. i never thought something like this could happen, but i hope my mom, she's super proud. >> i believe mom is super proud,
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and we are very happy for you, heinz. >> no doubt about it, we are not worthy. >> mr. ambassador. >> we hope you make some great memories. >> "inside polotics" with john king starts right now. a sexist rant at a news anchor and allegations of a bizarre tabloid threat. >> this is maddening because it's beneath the dignity of the president of the joouns. >> off message on health care, too. plus it back to the world stage including the first face-to-face with vladimir putin. >> russia is our worst adversary in the world

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