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meet. moments ago the president saying the court house. north korea's statement is, that is a very significant move quote, good news, but only time by this judge, judge mcgrath, to will tell what happens. his administration seemingly set a $10 million bond. less optimistic signaling a >> yeah, that's right, poppy. maximum pressure campaign we're getting updates in against the regime is coming. realtime. the bond is $10 million or $1 also pointing to possible new million cash. sanctions. we will see the president any we're also hearing that he has to wear a gps monitoring system. moment when he walks out on the white house lawn. he may stop and talk to he had to surrender his reporters as he often does. passport. he is on his way to annapolis, he can only travel within new york and connecticut. we know he has a home in connecticut. maryland. he will give the commencement if he wants to travel somewhere address at the naval academy. else, he has to have consent. let's go to the white house so we also know that he's also where jeremy diamond is ahead of the president's address. paid for some of the money we'll see if he comes out and toward that gps monitoring speaks to reporters this morning. system. as you guys mentioned, there is >> reporter: yeah, that's right, poppy. we're here at the u.s. naval one temporary order of academy where the president is protection as well. so this is all part of the set to arrive just in a short package that was negotiated between ben brathman and the moment. he's set to depart the white manhattan district attorney's house very shortly now, but this office. this entire thing, i can tell morning already before he is set you, poppy, has been somewhat to deliver the commencement orchestrated. address here, he is already there are things that change, like that bond, for example, but sharing his thoughts on a number of topics. this has been orchestrated from of course he's continuing to the beginning for days. level these allegations that i can tell you that from a there was a spy planted in his source. that's why we knew he was going to show up at 7:00 a.m., turn campaign, unfounded allegations
himself in, get arrested and as of now. this comes despite the fact that head to court. you see he's in court yesterday republicans and immediately. so yeah, we're still learning democrats received a briefing at more details. the next thing that we expect to the justice department and democrats emerged from the happen is we'll meet his attorney out here to hear what meeting saying they still had no he has to say. evidence to support this motion >> appreciate the reporting. that a spy was planted in the thank you so much for all of trump campaign and certainly not for political purposes as the that incredibly important day president has suggested. for so many. but the president also tweeting we'll take a quick break. we'll be right back. rodontax, the toothpaste that helps about north korea after north prevent bleeding gums. korea issued a statement saying they're keeping an open mind to if you spit blood when you brush or floss you may have gum problems diplomacy after the president and could be on the journey canceled his upcoming summit to much worse. with kim jong-un. help stop the journey the president tweeting this of gum disease. morning, very good news to try parodontax toothpaste. receive the warm and productive ♪ statement from north korea. we will soon see where it will lead, hopefully to long and enduring prosperity and peace. only time and talent he says will tell. yesterday, of course, is when the president decided to cancel this planned june 12th summit with north korea which was set to take place in singapore. the white house offered several reasons for why they decided to cancel the meeting. one of them was a series of what
they called broken promises from the north koreans. yesterday when they blew up that nuclear test site, they were supposed to have inspectors there. they did not. they said they were okay with u.s./south korean military exercises but then they issued a harsh statement rebuking that. then there was this final straw which hit on two points. one of them was calling vice president mike pence a political dummy, which we understand the president was personally infuriated about, and also this notion of threatening some kind of a nuclear showdown between the united states and north korea. of course we know that there are big gaps between the u.s. and north korea on their positions about nuclear disarmament but we'll see if the president continues to address that this morning at the u.s. naval academy. poppy. >> jeremy diamond, thanks for the reporting, appreciate it. there are mounting questions about whether or not, as jeremy was just talking about, whether or not trump and kim will plan another summit. in the meantime, look at this. this is what journalists watched, witnessed. it's north korea appearing at
least to destroy at least three nuclear tunnels, observation buildings and a metal foundry at its key nuclear test site. our will ripley, one of the few journalists let in to witness it all. he was there. >> reporter: it has been a surreal 24 hours on the ground here in north korea. we spent more than nine hours at the nuclear test site looking at tunnel after tunnel. the buildings on the site, all of them rigged for explosives. and we saw huge blasts without any ability to actually verify if what they were saying is true, if the site is rendered unusable because of the fact that we were simply journalists with our cameras documenting the images without any context knowing exactly what was happening inside those tunnels, if they were destroyed for good. on the train ride back, more surreal moments when we learned late in the evening that in fact president trump had cancelled the summit with kim jong-un that was scheduled for june 12th in singapore. we got the phone call, the word spread quickly amongst the north
koreans who were on the train, they heard it from us first and it was extremely awkward and uncomfortable. very tense moments. a state of shock amongst not only the journalists but the north koreans that the summit had now been cancelled. then there was a statement out of the minister reof foreign affairs that was surprisingly diplomatic considering some of the rhetoric coming out in recent days. saying, quote, talking about the historic summit, we highly appreciated the fact that president trump made a brave decision that no president in the past has made and put efforts to make their summit happen. president trump's letter to kim jong-un, while the tone was mostly cordial, there was also a threat saying you talk about your nuclear capabilities, but ours are so massive and powerful that i pray to god they will never have to be used. so clearly some mixed messaging coming out of here. but the sense i'm getting on the ground is that the north koreans do want this summit to go forward. they do want talks and a dialogue with the united states. i'm will ripley reporting in
north korea. >> just remarkable the access will has gotten. will, thank you for that reporting. joining me now is jean lee. nice to have you here. just so notable, you say, to watch all of this play out so publicly. >> and to see it play out not only in president trump's twitter feed but in north korea state media. this is the problem here. i think president trump was getting frustrated that they weren't getting an answer from the north koreans. anyone who has dealt with the north koreans as will ripley knows and as i know, because i did run an operation there as well, that is often the case. you have to be patient. and often you have to keep these things quiet, because there are many, many reasons for why you're not hearing back. back to the breaking news, >> and remember this moment. the presidents is the canceled you say keep it quiet. summit could still be on, and let's roll this, guys. could still be on for june 12th. the chants for the president of nobel, nobel, nobel, signaling joining me is senator udall. you sit on the foreign relations
nobel peace prize well ahead of committee, you heard the testimony of the secretary of the summit. listen to this. state mike pompeo this week. what is your reaction to the president just moments ago saying this canceled summit could be back on and maybe for [ chanting "nobel" ] the 12th. >> well, i think it is important that the united states do everything it can to get >> all of that played out in public so much so there were denuclearization on the korean people talking about a nobel peninsula. there is support in the region for that. i'd like to see that happen. peace prize potentially for these leaders. this is pretty haphazard process david sanger in "the new york times" had an interesting that we have seen. argument that struck me. that is the fact that this fell i think the president seems to be functioning more along the apart before it really got out lines of a high stakes real of the starting gate much shows estate deal with intimidation how little these two leaders, and pain and then trying to get an agreement, kind of a win-win kim jong-un and president trump, understand each other. situation. and diplomacy is much more do you agree? >> indeed. the north koreans have been difficult. you've got to find it is not a working or dealing with the win-lose like real estate, you americans and have been studying got to find a win-win. >> if he gets the meeting, the americans a lot longer than senator, if he gets the summit president trump has and his team out of the strategy, are you okay with that? in the white house. the people around him are new to >> from the beginning, i said i north korea. and the series of missteps that think we should meet, i think we we've seen are reflective of should be prepared and disciplined and i believe that
that lack of experience and that's the way we should perhaps lack of willingness to proceed. but this is very chaotic and talk to the people who know the north koreans. usually what has happened when the north koreans, now, they're i would have said do not being very diplomatic now, but when the thing falls apart, it announce or agree impulsively that you're going to sit down gets escalated dramatically from the past. with the leader until you sort we have seen that. out exactly where you're on the >> this morning, the president same page. what these two sides have writes on twitter in part, the democrats, you guys, are, quote, realized in the last week or so is that they may not be on the so obviously rooting against us same page when it comes to the in our negotiations with north definition of denuclearization. korea. what is your response? i think what we're seeing is >> i'm never rooting against our that dawning realization that country and the president reaching an agreement that is in this meeting may not go the way the best interests of the united each of them had expected. states of america. >> you know, jean, ian bremmer and i want to see that happen. this morning calls this a big embarrassment for president i'm not so sure the way this was trump, although he's one who approached that they had a tweeted that the president should get the nobel peace prize strategy, they had the discipline that they were going to pull it together and do this if this thing is pulled off and there is a peace deal. in a diplomatic way, where you but then there's this statement would get a win-win and both from north korea overnight that is incredibly conciliatory. sides would invest into it. >> mike pompeo indicated part of it reads talking about the historic summit, we highly yesterday in his testimony before you guys that new appreciate the fact that president trump made a brave sanctions are very possible against north korea. decision that no president in would you be supportive of that? the past has made and put forth efforts to make the summit >> i think we had the sanctions
in place for a long time, if you happen. so you could also make the want to put new sanctions in argument that the president completely played the right hand place, i think we have done everything we can on the here, to get that kind of response from north korea. sanctions front. what do you think? >> well, there are a couple of the real issue is china, and ways to look at this. whether china is going to number one, it's clear that the participate. i think there is some suggestion north koreans want this to happen and that is good to know, that maybe china has eased up, right? that they felt closed out of the >> right. >> it also suggests that perhaps there was a miscommunication, negotiations. and so we're just going to have that that communication channel to see how all of the actors in was not in place and the north the area, one of the suggestions koreans want to rectify that. but the other thing that i find may be that china wants to be a so interesting here is that it's part of this, rather than a 1 to the north koreans who are taking the high road. 1 negotiation. it's the north koreans this time and that's something you need to sort out through good, solid that are exercising strategic patience and saying hold on, diplomacy. >> before you go, senator, you don't overreact here. typically we have that coming wrote on april 12th, on twitter, that pompeo, you voted against from the u.s. president trying not to react to and asking for his confirmation, secretary of calm and restraint from the north korean leader. state, you wrote he will validate and encourage the so we've got the role reversal president's worst most dangerous here is which is fascinating to instincts. seeing what you've seen thus see. >> briefly, secretary of state mike pompeo in that testimony before the senate foreign relations committee yesterday far, in his croel role as secref hinted at potentially additional state, do you stand by that or sanctions against north korea do you think he's done a good job? >> i stand by that. i'm talking over the long-term,
saying i'm sure there are when i put out that tweet, but i additional sanctions we will seek to put in place. would that be the right call? and how would kim respond? was quite frankly shocked about >> sanctions are a diplomatic how he wouldn't address the tool and they have been somewhat conflicts of interest of the effective. president. i do think that the leader of you know, is the president north korea is taking the acting on behalf of himself and sanctions into account in the long term. own personal gain or acting on so by imposing more sanctions, behalf of the country. i ask a very simple question on you might be saying -- it's a conflict of interest, when it way of saying, listen, we're not had to do with zte and going to happy with recent developments, you need to fall into line and very testy and, you know, called stick to your commitments. so i wouldn't say that they are it a scurrilous and bizarre unexpected. i would think that if the united question. states is not happy with some of >> he did. he called it a scurrilous the broken promises that they have alluded to in the past assertion. we appreciate your time, thank you for being with us. couple of weeks that sanctions >> thank you, poppy. might be expected. great to be with you. take care. >> all right, jean lee, >> all right. take care. ahead for us, the president appreciate the expertise. is speaking in just moments, thank you very much. this after he just opened the >> thank you. we do have breaking news here in new york. door again to these talks with harvey weinstein arriving in court this morning. north korea, maybe even on that these images after he was -- planned date of june 12th. we're on it. turned himself in to be arrested, officially charged with rape, criminal sex acts, sex abuse and sexual misconduct. this is for incidents involving two separate women.
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on this confidential source, the source that met with trump campaign aides in 2016. flood and kelly left before any information was shared, but it still raised a lot of eyebrows and not just democrats' eyebrows. laura fox is in washington with more. it was not perceived well and received well by many. >> reporter: that is right, poppy. one of the main issues here was that democrats said that it was inappropriate. that's what adam schiff, the top democrat on the house intelligence committee said. mark warner, the top democrat on the senate intelligence committee said, quote, i have never seen a gang of eight meeting that included any presence from the white house. one gop congressional staffer told cnn's jake tapper that this was some of the craziest and then this person used an expletive to describe how the meeting unfolded. of course a senior administration official said that this did little to quell concerns that these briefings were politicized. if you remember, the briefing earlier in the day at the
department of justice and the meeting on capitol hill, there were so many questions about who was going to be in which meetings at what time before or after the congressional recess. rudy giuliani said -- told dana bash of cnn that he assumed that flood was in these meetings because the president wanted him in there. of course he said that he had never heard that directly from president trump, but that is what he thought the reason was behind flood and kelly being in these meetings to begin them at least. >> lauren fox, thank you for the reporting. there's a lot to digest and we'll get to our panel in just a moment. sources tell our gloria borger and evan perez that the president's lawyers and special counsel actually set a date for bob mueller to interview president trump, but the trump team balked. this formal q & a between the president and the president's team was in the planning stages for earlier this year, january 27th at camp david. days earlier, you'll remember the president told reporters that he was, quote, looking forward to answering mueller's
questions. joining me now on all of it, shannon wu and molly ball. molly, let me begin with you on how extraordinary it is what lauren just reported. the fact that you had emmet flood, a white house attorney, and the chief of staff, folks on the president's team in this meeting about a confidential source that could be key in the probe against the president and that giuliani told dana, well, you know, the president wanted him in there. >> right. the objection to this meeting in the first place was the suspicion that the reason republicans had convened it and at the beginning it was only going to be republicans was to basically collect information for the president's defense team. so literally having the president's defense team there sort of confirms all of those suspicions and then some. you know, the pretext for this meeting was that it was about oversight. if this really is about congress in a nonpartisan, nonpolitical way just making sure the investigation is done right, then you would not have inviting
parties to this investigation to be there. >> is it, shan, as this republican congressional source told our jake tapper the craziest blank they had ever seen? >> well, i won't use the same term but it absolutely is. there's absolutely zero oversight role, as molly was pointing out, for the white house chief of staff, much less the president's lawyers actually going there. and he did signal that he thought this meeting would inform the american public and himself as to whether his allegations of spying were correct or not. really that goes to the heart of why you don't want lawyers looking at the investigation. this is on ongoing investigation and is really quite preposterous that the justice department would even agree to that. >> molly, it is notable that giuliani also told dana, and she'll join me a little later with all of her reporting, but he also told dana that it was a prerequisite for the president to sit down with mueller for
them to know everything possible about this confidential source. that's also confounding, no? >> yes. this is an ongoing investigation. now, of course everyone should believe in transparency and oversight of law enforcement, but in a traditional investigation, you know, i've covered the local police, they do their investigation and then they share the evidence with the parties to that investigation and with the public and with reporters and so on. traditionally you do not get this level of visibility inside an investigation as it is happening. >> even if you are the president? rules are not different. >> the rules aren't different. but then the other thing is the tremendous irony of the fact that the democrats at least came out of this meeting and said there was no evidence of a spy. remember, the release the memo campaign a few months ago. then when the memo came out, there wasn't anything in it to substantiate their claims. this may be very similar to that. >> to that point, shan, a source said the department of justice did not turn over any of these
confidential documents to nunes or gowdy, the two republicans in that first briefing. then you had mitch mcconnell yesterday who later went on fox news and said that the briefers revealed, quote, in his words, nothing particularly surprising. do you think that rosenstein by arranging this, agreeing to this, is sort of playing his hand here at just playing for time? >> yes. i think he's really been bullied into appeasing the president's wishes at this point. i think he is playing for time. but it does a lot of damage just to establish this precedent of letting them come in. and the idea that the meeting opened by having his lawyer address them to give the president's wishes, that is just a ridiculous scenario for the congressional oversight to occur in. >> another development overnight, "the wall street journal" is reporting that roger stone, that is a very close confidant and sometime advisor to the president, that e-mails
show that "the journal" has seen e-mails that show roger stone tried to get damaging e-mails from hillary clinton via wikileaks and julian assange. do you smell indictment? what does that tell you? what does that mean? >> roger stone himself says he expects to be indicted although he believes that it is rather small potatoes, right? >> it also counters, by the way, what he testified. >> well, and roger stone is someone whose entire political career has been about dirty tricks and falsehoods and conspiracy theories. this is a man who wrote a book about the idea that lbj killed kennedy. so i don't know that we should nersz nersz necessarily, be surprised that roger stone is involved in dirty tricks or even worse. >> roger stone has also said, no, i nor my attorney have been contacted by mueller's team.
that could be significant, right? >> yes, that could be significant but it also seems to be contradictory to the idea that he has given false testimony. i mean the testimony he gave seems to contradict the idea of these e-mails. >> yeah. >> and to that extent mueller's team will certainly look at that because that's a very traditional path to follow is looking at these sorts of false statements he may have made to congress and then he'll have another opportunity to get himself in trouble when they actually do interview him, and i'm certain they will be following up on that. >> but to be clear, some folks are saying, look, maybe he is a target in this probe given that you usually wait until the end to talk to potential targets, right? >> that sort of depends on how the investigation develops. but one thing would be very true is his attorneys would be asking that question early and often about his status. >> shan wu thank you, molly ball, thanks you guys. have a good weekend. right now harvey weinstein is in court facing a judge for the first time. he was just charged moments ago with rape. we will take you live inside that courtroom.
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he gave a surprising answer, suggesting they still want to do it, so let's just listen. >> mr. president, is the summit still off? >> we're going to see what happens. we're talking to them now. it was a very nice statement they put out. we'll see what happened. [ inaudible question ] >> no, no, we'll see what happens. it could even be the 12th. we're talking to them now. they very much want to do it. we'd like to do it. we'll see what happens. [ inaudible question ] >> i don't know anything about it. john, everybody plays games. you know that. you know that better than anybody. [ inaudible question ] >> i don't know, i'm not familiar with the case but it's really too bad. really too bad. he's doing great right there.
he's doing great. just looking at us right there. >> okay, so quite a bit of news in that minute and a half from the president right there. the significant headlines, asked about north korea, he called a statement overnight from north korea a very nice statement. he said we're talking to them now. that is a development, given the fact that the communication we learned had pretty much stopped between north korea and the united states in the last few days. also the president said the summit that he cancelled yesterday could still go on, and he seemed to say it could still go on on june 12th, because he said, quote, it could even be on the 12th. we'd like to do it. back with me joe johns. he also mentioned melania and her health, pointed upstairs and said she's doing great. that's really significant that the president said that the summit that he cancelled yesterday could still happen on the date that it was planned. >> reporter: absolutely and a bit surprising because there are certainly logistical issues to be considered.
the question of course would be whether an advance team would be headed out to singapore to work on the details had been pulled back is now headed forward. the impression we're getting here is that it may be headed forward yet. so important to say that the president apparently seems optimistic, but behind the scenes, my colleagues have been told they're not so optimistic. the staffers are not so sure that it could be pulled off in such a short time. as you know, poppy, one of the biggest issues here was development of parameters for the negotiations and the tail sort of leading the horse with the president jumping out and accepting and agreeing to this summit without having all of that worked out. >> and, joe, just really quick question. i couldn't hear what the reporter asked at the end but you were there when the president said everyone plays that, you know that. everyone plays games. what did the reporter ask? >> reporter: yes. the question there was whether
it was possible that north korea, kim jong-un, was playing games with the united states in this back and forth, the hostile words, leading the president to cancel the summit. >> all right. appreciate the reporting. a lot of developments. thank you, joe. ahead for us, harvey weinstein is in court right now, he just arrived. we're there, next. we had long deployments in iraq. i'm really grateful that usaa was able to take care of my family while i was overseas serving. it was my very first car accident. we were hit from behind. i called usaa and the first thing they asked was 'are you ok?' they always thank you for your service, which is nice because as a spouse you serve too. we're the hayles and we're usaa members for life.
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he is facing a federal judge for the first time. this is after he was arrested and charged with rape and other sex crimes. let's go straight to brynn gingras who has all the details and is outside of the court. what can you tell us? >> reporter: yeah, we actually had harvey weinstein walk right past us in handcuffs heading into court. from the people we have inside the courtroom right now, we know the proceedings have not started as of yet. his lawyer has walked in and he's holding harvey weinstein's passport. that's likely part of the package that weinstein will receive when these court proceedings will continue, meaning he'll likely have to turn that passport in. we also are expecting to hear from ben bratman after these proceedings. harvey weinstein has denied allegations against him from the very beginning and we'll see what he has to say after the proceedings. but yes, he is going to be charged with several charges, including rape. this involves two separate women who filed complaints with the
nypd. again, we are expecting more charges in the future. as we know, the grand jury has convened and continues to hear testimony from at least four women in this case, poppy. >> okay, thank you very much as we look at these images of harvey weinstein. again, it was months ago that these allegations first broke against him in "the new york times" and look what has since happened. charged with rape and other sex crimes. this is a very significant day and moment. thank you for that. let's bring in cnn contributor and host of "entertainment tonight" nashell turner. thank you for being here. jodi kantor writes one phone call and you're done. i have ears and eyes everywhere. i am harvey weinstein. you know what i can do. not anymore. those are threats that he made to her as she was doing this reporting and now look at him. >> now look at -- these images that we're seeing right now here on the screen, poppy, are
astounding. i mean jodi tweeted that this morning but then she also followed up with a tweet that said he used to be the king of tribeca, now he's turning himself in here. if you just look at that, there's so much power and money and prestige in hollywood in handcuffs right there. i mean it's really an astounding picture to watch this morning. and i think it also speaks to the bigger picture that you and i were talking about a little bit earlier that we are still in the thick of the me too movement. this is not past, it's not on the downside, it's not going to end. this is -- we're still in the thick of it. and for so many women who came forward to tell their stories about harvey weinstein, this is a day that they can exhale a little bit. >> yeah. this is -- the courage that it takes to speak up against someone like that who can hold your career in his hands and destroy your career, the bravery
of those women and those reporters led to this moment, led to this today. he has been defiant through so much of this. sort of halfish apology in that one statement we got from him. we haven't seen him until now. >> yeah. you know, it's really interesting. there was a picture that surfaced of him on wednesday at a restaurant in malibu, california, you know, just kind of leisurely having dinner. that was one of the first images i had seen of him in a very long time. but you talked about that statement. and i call it lukewarm. i don't even know if i would say lukewarm, i think that's being very generous. but what he said, and it just struck me, i went back and looked at it again this morning, because he said in there -- of course he denied that any instances of nonconsensual sex. he said everything that happened was consensual relationships. but one of the lines says he believes all relationships were consensual. he believes that.
i don't know if that speaks to being deranged or what, but when you have 80 plus women saying no, no, no, no, this was wrong, i didn't wanting it. and especially one of the women in this case, lucia evans, who said in 2004 he forced her to have oral sex during a meeting. think about the brazenness and boldness of that and some of the other allegations that we've heard. making her perform oral sex on him during a business meeting. >> yeah. >> it's still stunning to me. >> it is stunning and you think about rose mcgowan, one of the first to come out with these charges saying today we are one step closer to justice. you know, he is one of, unfortunately, too many -- one is too many, but people that carry out acts like this and abuse of power like this. today he stands there charged with rape. nischelle, the reaction of hollywood this morning is?
>> well, like you said, it's a bittersweet celebration, maybe if i can use those words. one of the things rose mcgowan also said this morning was that the accusers have been sentenced to years of prison before anybody believed them. >> nischelle, hang with me for a moment. there we go. let's listen in. >> texted me a couple of minutes ago -- >> we understand that. we have to process and check that so hopefully when that's done and the person is here, that will happen at the same time. >> can i ask that the defendant be kept up here in the interim? >> i believe that's going to be the case. it's up to the court officers. that's more of a security issue. >> they told me unless your honor has -- >> i don't have an objection. >> thank you very much. your honor, one other issue. i served a 19050 notice.
they advised me that wednesday is day. in light of the fact that there may be an issue concerning additional information, we were going to file a brief with judge burke on the issue. i assume the issue is resolved. if it's not, i will alert them and notify judge burke as well who i understand is supervising this. >> thank you. >> thank you very much. >> this is being adjourned. july 30th. bail is $10,000 -- excuse me, $10 million bond, $1 million cash. he's already turned over his passport and he's not to apply for a new one. there's an extradition agreement that's been approved. the defendant is allowed to go>.