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we are live in atlanta. welcome to our viewers around the world. all of these stories, much more ahead this hour. this is cnn newsroom. the u.s. president angering two of america's closest allies. at least 130 people were killed, hundreds wounded. he was speaking and certainly making it no secret he is fully aligned with the national rifle association. this is what he said. >> they took their time and gunned them down one by one.
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boom, come over here. boom, come over here, boom. if you were in those rooms, one of those people and they said it just lasted forever but if one employee or one patron had a gun or if one person in this room had a gun the terrorists would have fled or been shot. >> mr. trump angered britain saying it had a knife problem. he said the floors were covered in flood from knife attack victims. president trump did speak with british prime minister on
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saturday. johnson will meet with vice pence and john bolton. trump administration has one week before it must decide whether to certify the iran nuclear deal. it does not look promising. they seemed to signal the deal was as good as dead. listen to what he said for democracy and human rights. >> and with pompeo on his right hand and john bolton, you remember john bolton, on his left side what do you think will happen to that agreement with
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that gone and sanctions back we have a real chance of escalating the protests. >> he weighed in on the possible release of these three americans detained. on thursday he incorrectly stated the men would be freed that day. you may remember he announced president trump had repaid his personal attorney michael cohen for the $130,000 payment immediate to keep daniels quiet.
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saturday night giuliani repeated the argument that the payment did not break the law. every finance expert will tell you that if it was for another purpose if it was to save his family, to save embarrassment it's in the a campaign donation. second even if it was the president no need to go beyond that. case over. >> it's hardly case over even though he is saying it is the chief diplomatic correspondent. let's start with giuliani trying to understand his role here for
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the president. they are pleading with the united states to stay in. why is it that the u.s. doesn't like this deal. >> he has always hated the deal. he feels it's too soft. trump thought it was too soft. they are trying to say look, you don't have a plan b if you rip this up. they can start enriching again. do they want war? he was implying regime change when he said if the sanctions
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might revoke more protests is exactly what he said. so what they will continue to try is to say we accept your agenda. we know the deal could be improved. we know there needs to be new limits on ballistic missiles let's add onto the so we'll see. trump is likely to kill it but killing it is even complicated because there's a resolution procedure of a month. different sanctions have waiting periods. it's not a simple thing.
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>> right. he has done things like this before he also is at odds with his allies and the u.k. almost bizarre comparisons and the violence and the terrorism they have seen in the u.k. and france again, playing to a domestic audience. it was still over the top wasn't it? one of the great benefits is we have allies. the chinese don't have allies.
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i think the french foreign ministry in saying it was offended. the british, you know, there is no hospital in london having lived there nine years of my life which is a wash in blood it is a bizarre thing. the president goes into these riffs maybe because he had been watching too much but he takes a small thing and exaggerates it. it turns it into a kind of
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anecdote of his creation. >> you day it's no lightweight thing. our allies have helped fight for democracy around the world with the u.s. as well. it's been a complex week as far as rudy giuliani coming to the mix. let's recall that fox news did kind of go after the president what giuliani hass said. sit hard to foul all of the different roads that surround this isn't it?
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>> trump is in a way running out of lawyers. trump was never willing to give giuliani a job i think because he finds the -- the people around trump find giuliani is they ended up admitting first of all that it happened and saying he was trying to shut her up not because trump had an affair with her because he didn't have an affair with her. i'm not sure too many people find that very credible.
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>> thank you for joining us. >> thanks. let's turn to hawaii. that's it right there. ongoi ongoing earthquakes and toxic gas are threatening thousands on the big island. the u.s. geological survey says cracks are still spewing la have and toxic gas. there's no evidence it will slow down any time soon. one resident here describes how emotional it was to leave his home behind. >> tears, a lot of tears.
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i have an acre land, an acre lot. just tears. i can do that right now. it's just, you know, i'm a blue collar man and i worked for my house and now my house might be gone. i might have to start over at age 56. that's concerning. i was years away from retirement let's talk about ken. he joins me now from honolulu. we talked to that resident
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concerned about losing his home. >> so the event that initiated this sequence started at the beginning of the week la va drained out of that crater. a series of earthquakes to the east riff zone. it is to the estates. for a couple of days there was significant shaking.
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we are up to eight fishers that have been erupting for some period of time only two are currently active right now. >> as far as the volcanic cone that collapsed, is the outcome typical of what would happen because of that with the volcano? >> well, one thing we learn when we study volcanos, it's hard to say what is typical it is nearly continuously active.
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it was coming into the upper part of the volcanic structure. we don't know if it will go back to that site or not. a lot of less than a kilometer away from the 155. they weren't exactly like this one but similar enough we don't know that's what's going to
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happen this time. it indicates and we have to expect the eruption will continue. >> what's the danger to people who have been exposed to these toxi toxins that have been released? how could it impact peoples health? >> the most is sul fer dioxide. it can cause a series of different pulmonary problems. >> the other gas is a very
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strong smell none of those are good for people who are in the immediate area. as long as the winds are blowing right now are localized then they should be okay. its is definitely important to not be close to where the gas sources are. >> very good information. we appreciate you helping us
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understand. thank you. aloha. this is fascinating. >> this is all from the beginning of april of course a thousand plus these are happening now, the ones ranging every 10 to 15 minutes. 400 earthquakes in the last 24 hours this is as strong as they have had. yes, these are the pictures coming out of what is usually
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pair dice. there's so much going on it has to come out. we do have weather that may complicate things and this is the big area impacted the winds will prevail out of the north and east. this is about an inch in the next two days. we'll watch it closely.
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we are looking good at least as far as that goes, upwards of 1,700 people impacted by this. two structures taken away by the lava itself. upwards of perhaps even 90 days of this. >> thank you. >> see you later. all right. coming up here we'll have a live report from beirut ahead. one of president trump's closest friends questioned in the russia investigation. let's begin. yes or no? do you want the same tools and seamless experience across web and tablet? do you want $4.95 commissions for stocks, $0.50 options contracts? $1.50 futures contracts? what about a dedicated service team of trading specialists? did you say yes? good, then it's time
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the question is will the system change. >> yes. there are around 600 candidates running on different lists for 128 eats in the lebanese parliment. it is no longer a win or take all system also for the first time in 1943 people living outside of the country are able to vote. there are millions of lebanese working all around the world. according to statistics just over 82,000 of those living abroad registered to vote. so the first one in nine years many more civil society
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$34.90 more per month. call or go on line today. welcome back. mr. trump said a series of coordinated terror attacks would have turned out differently if more had guns. lava erupting from deep cracks in the ground. it is coming from the volcano
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sending dangerous levels of toxic gas into the air. there have been frequent earthquakes and officials say there's no end in sight. polls are open. expected to be able to form a new government. he may see to iran backed hezbollah and a new election law paved the way for many more independent candidates. released after being detained in a protest. hundreds of others across the country also arrested. the demonstrators are furious. putin is set to be inaugurated for his fourth term on monday. alex ferguson recovering after
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emergency surgery. the club says he will need a period of intensive care. >> they reported that the surgery went very well. he will need a period in intensive care to ensure or optimize the best possible recovery. we don't know what the future holds. as we said, we were very surprised. it was just a week ago that he
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was seen presenting with a sort of commemoration. 2013 was his last season he remained incredibly active. he was a man very much in demand. he is an absolute legend, the most successful manager in football history and all around the world for everything he achieved. >> there really are adjectives to his iconic. what are there? >> you can look at the figures, 39 years in the game, 49 trophies he won. he already made his mark. i mean that was a league title every other year that was in charge of united. he won handfuls of other trophies. he managed some of the best players in the game.
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and you saw this outpouring of emotion yesterday from of course manchester united players and fans but just everybody was in the game, rifles clubs, a lot of people really crossing their fingers. >> right. >> if support and love and add ration pl adoration play into that he certainly has that goirng for him. all right. unfortunately we have to talk about a barbaric crime in india. it is attracting international attention. this is even hard to say. a teenaged girl was allegedly gang raped last thursday then burned to death in her home the next day by those who were behind her gang rape.
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>> the latest case comes from a village deep in the country side. it is one of the poorest parts of india. it is where on thursday a 16-year-old girl is alechleged have been kidnapped. those don't have any legal authorities. there was no justice. the council imposed a fine and accused were ordered to do sit ups. that's right. >> money and sit ups. the 16-year-old was burned to
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death. more than a dozen men have been elected. this isn't the first terrific case to come to light in recent weeks. in april another rape case activists say enforcement has again and again lagged behind new laws. these latest underlying how much more needs to be done. cnn. >> absolutely sickening. tempers are running high on both sides after the recent
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shared the inaugural committee. this is notable considering how broad it has become. cnn at the white house. the nra, national rifle association hosting annual convention in dallas. blocks away protesters gathered demanding stricter gun regulations. this is the first convention. that killed more than 50 people. both sparked a renewed national
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debate. >> a political divide similar bolized in the streets of downtown dallas. national rifle association has been holding the annual meeting. tens of thousands inside the convention hall with tens of thousands of weapons on display. many feel like the nra and this organization has been under assault and criticized wrongly for many of the mass shootings that have taken place in this country especially in the wake of the las vegas attack. one of those members they talk about they fully believe it does more good than harm. >> they have the second amendment right to carry a gun. we have the right to beaare arm.
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>> outside the convention hall it has ban day of protests and demonstrations. one of those protests we caught up with has become a familiar face in the gun control debate heefr here. his daughter was killed and he has the nra very much in his sights. >> they need to hear their words, their attempts to push an agenda are not going to be accepted. they need to know that we have a message. they need to know we are here and we are not going away. they need to know we think they are not telling the truth. they need to know if they believed that their highlight would not be that gun that folds up into a cell phone looking device. >> here there is a sense of how
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welcome back. black rhinos once roamed across. today only about 5,000 are left in the wild. victims of relentless and senseless poaching. it a project aim to bring them back to where they were once. the hope is that the rhinos will multiply again. let's talk more about this with peter nights. s he is the executive director to
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help save endangered animals. thank you for being with us. >> good evening. >> so these endangered black rhinos were moved to another country for their safekeeping and now they are headed back. why now and what are the cons that will hopefully make it sfee for them to be back in their envie vonment and perhaps thrive. >> they are putting more resources in. they feel they have now got the protection for these animals to be reintroduced. i hope that's what to get them back to where we were. we within the put them back until we had the security. >> okay. and you utilized famous people
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in order to try to wake others up and people who would buy rhino horn and you tried to wake them up to how bad the situation is. let's watch for a moment. >> for some species it's almost too late. >> ask your friends and family never to buy rhino horn and together we can save our white rhinos. >> when the buying stops the killing can too. >> when the buying stops the killing can too. that's a sentence you utilize a lot. we know who was in that video there. are your videos working? i know you played them where there is a belief rhino horns
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have healing problems. >> yeah. it's a huge icon. it was paid 72 times. it is backed by the chinese government and supported and the slogan when the guying stops the killing can too is in china. we have seen a massive raising awareness. the price is back. we are definitely making progress in the right direction. the challenges are still there. in vietnam it started really after 2008 and people were told that it cured cancer. we made considerable progress on
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reducing the number but believe it cures cancer. they are approaching swelltives and sighing we need this. it is preying on vulnerable people. >> and it's not true. >> no. it's a basic building block. it doesn't have any special issues. in very large. >> there's in and many others like that, it has moved away.
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of course it doesn't take that many individuals. >> well, it's nice to know your campaign is helping educate people that are killing these animals for no reason. in your dream of dreams what can ultimately keep them safe from poachers and what is it about these animals that makes them unique and spirited. what do we not know habt about them that you know about them? >> they are the second largest land mammal after tell fants. the only reason they have gone is poaching. there's no shortage for hat did.
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and so if we can control the poaching and that's in the case of south africa it's not so much the anti poaching it's not prosecuting the people two are organizing these poaching dwaems. >> your organization, people can find it on the internoet. thank you so much for the work that you do. we are all pulling for the black rhino. thanks. >> thank you. thank you all for watching cnn newsroom. i'm natalie allen. see you later. i'm not a bigwig. or a c-anything-o. but i've got an idea sir. get domo. it'll connect us to everything that's going on in the company.
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call or go on line today. the president of the united states did not, in any way, violate the campaign finance law. i've been on the case for two weeks, virtually one day in comparison to other people so i'm not an expert on the facts yet. i'm getting there. they took their time and gunned them down one-by-one. botto boom. come over here. >> angering not one but two of america's most closest allies. >> if one of two persons have been there in the room the terrorist would have fled or been shot. >> hollow, donaello,

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