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trump's personal lawyer and fixer michael cohen. is sources tell cnn the search warrant sought communications with trump and cohen about the "access hollywood" tape. that is on top of what we know investigators are seeking on -- information on efforts to prevent the eruption of stories on two women who claim they had affairs with donald trump. stormy daniels and karen mcdougal. gloria borger has the latest. >> reporter: alex and christine, the fbi agents that raided michael cohen's home, office and hotel room on monday were looking for communications between then candidate trump and cohen and perhaps others about efforts to prevent the release of the infamous "access hollywood" tape. you remember this. it captured donald trump making lewd remarks about women before the election. the warrant specifically references trump in the search warrant. that is a direct mention of
donald trump in the search warrant. sources say it appeared in connection to the tape. this warrant is the first indication that the investigators suspect there was an effort to suppress the tape. we don't know what, if any, role cohen or the president would have played in that. we are also learning that investigators wanted records pertaining to bank fraud and wire fraud investigations and on top of that, the warrant involved communications about other potential negative information about trump that the campaign might have wanted to contain ahead of the election. what we don't know is what additional information that might be. alex and christine. >> gloria, thank you. a former white house strategist steve bannon has a plan to crush the special counsel investigation. according to "the washington post" the plan involves firing
deputy attorney general rod rosenstein and having the president end all cooperation with robert mueller's team. he is calling on the president to invoke executive privilege. that would render all interviews completed with the white house officials null and void. paul ryan will retire at the end of the year. in the interview with jake tapper, he said he is leaving to go home to his family. he said the mid terms played no part in hissing this. >> i was able -- in his thinking. >> i am able to do this because we have been able to accomplish what we needed to accomplish. i feel content and confident. >> ryan denied he is leaving
because of the difficult relationship with president trump. >> we're very different people. i'm from the upper midwest. not from new york. we are from a different generation. we have different styles. what we learned after we got to know each other. we had a lot of friction in our relationship. what we learned is a common agenda and we want to get it done and we know it will make a difference. that is what we were elected to do. >> paul ryan rose to prominence as a sharp pencil deficit hawk. he touted his role in the tax cuts. he helped pass the tax cuts to balloon the deficit in 2020. ryan's departure is a real blow to republicans who saw him as a stable policy driven leader. the house gop faces a months long battle for leadership as it deals with the upcoming mid terms in november. among the contenders are kevin mccarthy and steve scalise.
they both appeared alongside ryan with this photo tweeted out by president trump. it was ahead of the white house dinner with republicans last night. all seven holding up the patented thumb's up. >> seven dudes and one on the wall. we have jackie kucinich joining us now. when you say i'm going to spend time with my family. it means you will not spend time with your family. you are pushed out or leaving. paul ryan -- people who know him -- he loves his family. lost his dad when he was a teenager. he wants to be a dad to his kids. >> every time i interviewed paul ryan, he mentioned his kids. this goes back ten years or so. that part i believe. the other piece is there were real problems within the republican conference. he could not herd these cats. a series of things that the
conference would not be led and another part with the relationship with the president. how many times did we hear, i didn't read that tweet. the tweet speaks for itself. you heard that a lot from paul ryan. he did not want to address it. he said he is a different guy. >> he goes back to the common goals. common policy goals. >> the policies. we're talking about policies that tend to be mecurial from the white house. >> jackie, paul ryan was quick to correct people saying he was not resigning. he is retiring. listen. >> to be clear, i'm not resigning. i intend to full y serve my ter. >> he will step down in january when democrat or republican steps in. do you think the differences we discussed, will paul ryan
unleashed? someone like jeff flake? will he speak his truth or highlights differences with president trump? >> i think what is likely is he will get pushed out. you hear it from the conservative corners and trumpian corners. they want someone in there to get through the mid terms. who will be more like minded with donald trump. you are already seeing an effort. even though it hasn't been 24 hours yet to get paul ryan out of there. i'm not talking about his congressional seat. when it comes to the speakership, a lot of -- the closer you are to trump, the more you want paul ryan out of there. >> the history of washington and climb the ladder and stay on forever. he is retiring at 48 as speaker of the house. he was asked about his future
ambitions. listen. >> i'm not going to run for president. that's not my plan. i'm not going to do that. i'll advocate for the causes i have. the last thing i am thing about is running for something. >> what does he do next? >> could he end up at a think tank? i cannot imagine paul ryan not being a leader. he has always been there for me. he has been doing this for 20 years. he is a young man. >> he has been a deficit hawk since 11. >> it is true. jack kemp was foundational for him. he was jack's speech writer early in his career. that has been early for him. we have to take him by his word. he will go back to wisconsin and raise his kids. >> and the indication of what he will do next is actually what he does next. if you can't be a lobbyist.
>> although, we are in a brave new world. you can say a lot of things. >> seriously. >> could he come back to congress? maybe a senator? sure. could he run for governor? sure. anything is possible. he is only 48 years old. >> a lot of options. jackie, thank you. cnn has learned the president's national security team will meet at the white house today to hammer out a strategy on syria. uk officials are expected to do something similar in london. on wednesday, president trump tweeted get ready, russia, missiles will be coming. meaning toward syria. there was no plan in place for a response. here is press secretary sarah sanders defending the president's threat. >> we are maintaining we have a number of options and all of those options are still on the table. >> the president says get ready, russia, they will be coming. the missiles are coming. how is that anything but an announcement of pending air strike?
>> that is not the only option. >> cnn's arwa damon is tracking the latest from istanbul. at this point, it is not a question of if, but when. >> reporter: it really does seem that way. a lot of people were taken by surprise when it came to the president's tweet. especially given how contrary it runs to military strategy in terms of secrecy. there is a bit of diplomacy happening with trump talking to president erdogan. not a lot about what they spoke about, but the two remained in close contact as the situation continues to develop. turkey, of course, is in a unique situation in a sense it is a nato ally, but it has open communications to russia and iran. syria, itself, also und
understandably on high alert. moving assets away from locations that could be targets of the air strikes. it is worth talking about what syria and possibly russia and iran could do to retaliate should these air strikes take place. when you talk to syrians living within the rebel-opposite held areas, areas still under siege, their concern is the target of the government's wrath and no one to protect them. >> and russia warning of any u.s. intervention among fears of the escalation. arwa damon, thank you. mark zuckerberg survived the first grilling on capitol hill. the second day was rougher. lawmakers hit the ceo on privacy questions and ramping up calls for regulation. he started off apologizing for failing to protect user data. he faltered when asked if facebook would reduce data collection. >> i don't think that's hard for you to say yes unless i'm
missing something. >> congress member, this is a complex issue that i think deserves more than a one word answer. >> that is disappointing to me. >> this news comes after trump consultants accessed 87 million user data accounts without their consent. zuckerberg revealed his data was exposed prompting the ceo admitting the industry needs regulation, but with this warning. >> i think a lot of times regulation by definition puts in place rules that a company that has resources like ours can easily comply, but it might be difficult for a start-up to comply. >> a lot of criticism this company since it was small to now very large has been apologizing for years about your privacy. zuckerberg avoided saying how
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red sox and yankees with their hate with the bench-clearing brawl. >> coy wire has more in the "bleacher report." >> we are here to wake you up with the coffee or brawls. this rivalry resurrected. red sox win 14-1 at fenway on tuesday. last night, new york jabs back. sdwr joe kelly playing bean ball. 98-mile-an-hour fastball to the ribs. that will leave a mark. punches thrown. the benches clear. the bull pens clear. they are coming from everywhere, people. last thing red sox wanted to see 6' 6'6" giancarlo stanton. >> as soon as you see judge and stanton, they were the first two
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gloria borger has the latest. >> reporter: alex and christine, sources tell me that the fbi agents that raided michael cohen's home, office and hotel room on monday were looking for communications between then candidate trump and cohen and perhaps others about efforts to prevent the release of the infamous "access hollywood" tape. you remember this. it captured donald trump making lewd remarks about women before the election. the warrant specifically references trump in the search warrant. that is a direct mention of donald trump in the search warrant. sources say it appeared in connection to the tape. this warrant is the first indication that the investigators suspect there was an effort to suppress the tape. we don't know what, if any, role cohen or the president would play in that. we are also learning that
investigators wanted records pertaining to bank fraud and wire fraud investigations and on top of that, the warrant involved communications about other potential negative information about trump that the campaign might have wanted to contain ahead of the election. what we don't know is what additional information that might be. alex and christine. >> gloria, thank you. a former white house strategist steve bannon has a plan to crush the special counsel investigation. according to "the washington post" the plan involves firing deputy attorney general rod rosenstein and having the president end all cooperation with robert mueller's team. he is calling on the president to invoke executive privilege. that would render all interviews already completed with white house officials already null and void. a fierce race set off by
paul ryan's announcement he will retire at the end of the year. ryan said he wants to spend more time with his family and republicans prospects in the mid terms in november played no part in his thinking. >> i was able to make that personal decision because i feel we have put the majority in a good place because we got a lot done and it is making a difference in people's lives. i am confident i can hand the gavel over to the next speaker. >> content and confident. ryan is denying he is leaving because of the difficult relationship with president trump. >> we're very different people. i'm from the upper midwest. not from new york. we are from a different generation. we have different styles. what we learned after we got to know each other. we had a lot of friction in our relationship. what we learned is a common
agenda and we want to get it done and we know it will make a difference. that is what we were elected to do. >> paul ryan rose to prominence as a sharp pencil deficit hawk. he touted his role in the tax cuts. he helped pass the tax cuts to balloon the deficit in 2020. ryan's departure is a real blow to republicans who saw him as a stable policy driven leader. the house gop faces a months long battle for leadership as it deals with the upcoming mid terms in november. among the contenders are kevin mccarthy and steve scalise. they both appeared alongside ryan with this photo tweeted out by president trump. thumb's up. big smiles. >> what a lineup. we have cnn analyst jackie cucinich. >> good morning. >> we heard paul ryan and he
said he wants to spend more time with his family. i want to throw up a line from karl rove. one of two positions, which is not promising for the leadership. one is the democrats take the house or the republicans have a diminished capacity. do you think paul ryan would stick around if it looked good for the gop in november? >> it is hard to say he would. if there was a more less of a frenemy in the white house right now. president trump has made it hard for them to do their job. remember back to the health care debate. president trump saying he would do one thing and then another. it scrambled the negotiations of the health care bill. you layer that with the upcoming mid-term elections. it really is a tough political decision for speaker ryan.
he is a prolific fund-raiser. that said, so are kevin mccarthy and steve scalise. you should keep an eye on steve scalise. he is someone when you look at the caucus and if the mid-term elections go toward democrats. we will have a smaller, whiter and southern male conference. steve scalise is the man who would be the representative of a caucus that looked like that conference. >> and it wasn't the beautiful tax reform that he dreamed of since he was 5 years old. he did get the tax cuts.deficit. he cannot say he didn't get the tax cuts as a signature achievement. let's talk about steve bannon and the plan in "the washington post." he is pitching the strategy to basically crush the mueller investigation. is steve bannon back? >> i don't think steve bannon ever left. i don't think anyone leaves the trump orbit.
they always have a foot in if the president liked you to begin with. steve bannon had a spectacular fall because of the michael wolf book and the president called him insane or something. i think to think steve bannon was ever that far away from the white house is not realizing how president trump works. he has jettisoned other people and they had a foot in. this, to me, looks like steve bannon trying to get his way back in the inner circle. maybe someone said and steve bannon tends to be the president's in. we know from "the new york times" reporting that in december, trump wanted to end all of this. >> the russia investigation? >> yes. excuse necessime. the russia investigation. he wanted to get rid of this a long time ago. >> that is what the president
wants to hear. jackie, let's hit on the other item on the president's agenda. syria. he has been debating the chemical attack over the weekend in syria. they are trying to rally a coalition to strike syria. for a man who governs on impulse. what do we know about the conversations about the possible strike on syria? >> let's not forget how it started. he was tweeting before talking to allies. this was backwards to begin with and surprising allies and surprising people in the white house. i think you have maybe defense secretary mattis trying to slow his roll -- allies on the back end. the president has the political impulse. it seems like it was months ago that the president said i want to pull out of syria. then the chemical weapons attack happened. he really is caught between
something he promised versus the actual reality on the ground. he is drawing the red line. he was critical of president obama and his red line. also let's not forget when the president did send the mess thes on -- the missiles on the airfield, there wasn't a follow- follow-up. >> there is action and strategy. that goes together. that is what we are trying to figure out. >> the thinking now is he would have to hit syria harder this time so they actually do learn the lesson they were trying to say last time to president assad. jackie, thank you. the national security team will meet at the white house today to hammer out a strategy on syria. it is not clear if the president will participate in the meeting. uk officials are expected to have a similar meeting in london. at the time, the u.s. and allies had no plan in place for the response when the president said
get ready in the tweet. here is press secretary sarah sanders defending the threat. >> maintaining that we have a number of options and all of the options are still on the table. >> the president says get ready, russia, they will be coming. missiles are coming. how is that anything but an announcement of a pending air strike? >> certainly one option. that doesn't mean it is the only option or the only thing the president may or may not do. >> cnn's arwa damon is cracking latest from ice -- is tracking the latest from istanbul. how is that playing out? >> reporter: we just received news reported by turkey's state run news agency. they are saying president erdogan is speaking some point today with president putin. specifically how to stop the chemical massacre taking place in syria. turkey is in an interesting position. on the one hand they are a nato ally and they have been adamant
that bashar al assad must go, but at the same time, they kept channels of communication open to the russians and iranians. turkey, obviously, on edge at this stage. anything that happens in syria does impact it whether it is air strikes that are taking place or anything that causes even more destabilization in a volatile region. a lot of speculation of what kind of strikes may or may not take place or the targets are going to be and what the potential fallout will be. we heard harsh rhetoric coming from the russians threatening to retaliate the iranians and making that same threat as well. when you speak to syrians living inside the rebel-held areas subjected to the brutal bombardment, especially areas under siege, they are greatly concerned and very weary of what will come next. there is the possibility or in their minds, fear that the
syrian government could choose to retaliate against them. >> i can't imagine. thank you so much. arwa damon in istanbul. 43 minutes past the hour. warning syria to get ready. we will have the latest. plus this. this is a political witch hunt. >> a familiar refrain now echoed by embattled missouri governor eric greitens. detailed in the latest report. coming up. (vo) dogs have evolved,
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>> reporter: there has been a twin track approach. low level officials, if you will, have been responding strongly. what we have been hearing from president putin and just heard in the last few minutes from president putin's spokesperson was asked does putin plan to talk to president trump or any int intermediates in the play? the spokesperson said no. there is nothing on the schedule for that at the moment. he repeated what we heard from putin saying this is an important time to calm the situation down. there was a thing where he said if there were strikes, this would have a disastrous and damaging effect on the overall syria peace settlement. the implication seems to be in that if the united states commits the strikes with allies on syria, russia may find it
hard to bring bashar al assad and the government to the u.n. peace talks in geneva. that said, every time russia brings assad's team to the u.n. peace talks in geneva, they never commit to anything or do anything. it does seem to be implicit in the spokesperson that the threat from russia is it will miake finding peace in syria hard if will are missile strikes. and the spokesperson said that the line of communication -- the technical line of communication to deconflict u.s. and russian assets in the air fighting syria, that hotline is still open. he would not say if it is being used right now to exchange information to avoid russian casualties. alex. >> we do know that the u.s. warned russia ahead of time before it carried out a strike exactly a year ago.
thanks, nick r robertson. stunning allegations against missouri governor eric greitens. a statehouse committee detailing lurid sexual misconduct and violence. an identified woman claimed greitens staged and bound and brie blindfolded and threatened action if it is released. here he is on wednesday defending himself before the latest bombshell dropped. >> this is exactly like what is happening with the witch hunts in washington, d.c. smearing, lying and attacking people who want to change how things are done is wrong in washington and it is wrong in missouri. >> familiar language. the report by state lawmakers could set the stage for impeachment hearings. let's get a check on "cnn money."
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