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testy at times. >> president macron seemed pretty satisfied with his talks with donald trump. >> on the streets. i always prefer having direct execution or answering questions. >> the florida secretary of state has ordered statewide machine recounts for three races. >> president trump accuses democrats of trying to, quote, steal this election. >> i have a cute mug and says it's not about hatred, it's about heritage, and then inside is a second secret mug that says, j.k., it is about hatred! ♪ >> announcer: this is "new day weekend" with victor blackwell and christi paul. 7:00 on this sun morning. >> so grateful to have you with us as we watch what is happening in california and it is hard to look at, because more people have died, more homes have burned. officials say now at least 23
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people have died in the camp fire, the one north of sacramento. the woos woolsey and hill fire southern california have killed two people. >> more than 300,000 people have been evacuated and forced out of their homes and buildings there burning. officials say at least 180,000 acres have been scorched up and down the state. cnn's caylee hartung is following the latest in california. tell it us what has happened around you and the threat still in malibu. >> reporter: good morning. a small window of opportunity is closing for firefighters today. we had a reprieve from winds that were shifting nonstop and winds whipping around and helped unite this fire storm in its early stages but with that reprieve yesterday, they had some time. as these winds died down, to get containment lines in place.
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the woolsey fire standing at 5% containment. winds are expected to pick back up later today and carry into tuesday. authorities now projecting that by thursday, they could have this fire that they say has touched about 80,000 acres. they could have it contained by thursday. but i want to put that number into perspective. that number is startling when you hear 80,000 acres impacted by the wildfire. this home behind me destroyed, but the one just next door, still standing. as you look through this wreckage here in malibu, the point dune area, very popular, very incredible real estate along the coastline, you see nothing but devastation in this one particular lot. but, again, you could see the home next door still standing. the one on the other side of that still standing. so many people i've talked to from this area who have been forced to evacuate concerned not
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just for their personal property but also what this means for the community, the small businesses, grocery stores, those places that help keep this community thriving. we will do our best to continue to get you pictures of more of the coastline here in southern california. >> we know the situation there is urgent. yesterday at this time you had to move pretty quickly because firefighters and police were coming in telling you had to come in and get out of the way. we understand you and the team there are working hard. we thank you much. cnn meteorologist allison chinchar is looking at building as well. they mentioned that window, allison. >> she could not have said it any better. the window of opportunity is closing because not only will you see the wind shift, but the wins are going to increase. you've got an elevated and critical threat for northern california today. in southern california, you also have the addition of the extreme fire threat. that is the top category that you can get. that is because not only do we
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have those incredibly low humidities but the wind are going back up. some sustained winds 20 to 30 miles per hour with the wind gusts up around 40 to 50 miles per hour. that is in the valleys as high as 60 miles per hour along the mountainous terrain there. one thing i want you to look at. okay? this is a smoke map. this would be have los angeles would be down here. most of the day yesterday, that smoke was blowing away from los angeles out of the pacific ocean. but last night, and into this morning, that smoke began to shift back inland. that makes it very difficult for those firefighters to be able to see what they are doing because of the visibility goes down to pretty much zero. not to mention anyone evacuating on the roads it makes it difficult to see and we talk about the air quality. it's tremendously poor across areas of los angeles. sacramento in the hazardous category and san francisco and los angeles in the unhealthy category and likely to continue. much of california we have about 25 million people under red flag
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warnings today and, again, that really all stems around from the incredibly low humidities. we are talking about those very strong winds starting to pick back up and in southern california the wind is shifting later this afternoon and turn into the dangerous santa ana winds 40 to 50 miles per hour and keep up the next 48 hours. that is going to be a very critical time for the firefighters. >> let's hope they can get some advantage over this fire pretty soon. allison, thanks so much. president trump going to -- going to paris now. president macron delivers a pretty important message about nationalism and the threat it poses. remember, president trump declared himself a nationalist. we are live in paris next. the midterm drama is unfolding right now in florida. they just started counting votes in recount in two key races but the president is calling it an attempt to, quote, steal two big elections.
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welcome back. 9 minutes after the hour. today, dozens of world leaders are from france marking 100 years since the end of world war i. >> here are live pictures from paris where am a -- armistice services have included an hour ago. french president macron gave a very important message on the lessons that were lornearned fr world war i calling nationalism a betrayal of patriotism. more than 20 million civilians and soldiers killed in that war in 1914 and 1918. the president's motorcade was stopped by a topless protesters. the words fake peace maker on her chest.
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she was able to jump the barricades but she was tackled by police and the president was not in danger. the president's visit to france has had a bit of controversy. president and emmanuel macron, they have had several indirect exchanges, let's call them. macron's speech first, nationalism versus patriotism. >> reporter: he wanted the speech today to have a very clear message during this ceremony and that message essentially that nationalism is dangerous. those that is what he wanted to warn about during this. but at one point while french president was speaking, it was hard to see it as anything but a rebuke of president trump and his america first agenda. >> patriotism is the exact opposite of nationalism. nationalism is a betrayal of
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patriotism by saying our interest first. who cares about the others? we erase what a nation holds dearest, what gives it life, what makes it great and what is essential. it's moral values. >> reporter: so it's hard to hear those remarks from the french president and not think of president trump, who has proudly identified himself as a nationalist. speaking about it in recent weeks, saying it's a term he thinks should be able to be brought back and also coming alongside those complaints about european security, something that we saw from president trump, even just minutes after he landed here on french soil on friday. so that just adds to that already what we saw that tension between he and the french president and this comes on a day where the president is now expected to go on to a cemetery today where american soldiers who were killed in world war i are buried and where he'll make his his formal remarks of the trip and the first remarks we
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have heard from president trump since he sat down about the bilateral meeting with the french president. today at this event, we saw president trump arrival separately than the other world leaders. he came down in his motorcade, beast, then we saw him come down and then the buses come down that were carrying the other world leaders who had convened before the ceremony got started. it was hard to not notice, because president trump was not in the group of world leaders walking side-by-side down the street during the ceremony but the white house said that was for security concerns. one other world leader who was also arriving separately, russian president vladimir putin who took his spot on the stage next to president trump a few leaders down but shook hands with the american president before doing so. >> thank you for the update there and what is happening. there are thousands of anti-trump protesters apparently preparing to march through the streets of maris.
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>> melissa bell joins us and she is watching the protesters expected to get started soon. what are you seeing now? >> reporter: for the time being, protesters are gathering around the square. we are here from the french traditionally gather and big gatherings here at the time of the attacks. the protesters not due to start for more than half an hour. police have cordoned on the square. we have the trump baby felon here here from london and the trump baby on display in london several months ago in july when tens of thousands of people turned out to protest. how many do you expect here today, sophie? >> a few thousand and hoping with that but the rain it's hard to tell. >> what should paris be protesting? >> i think paris should protest not only trump's presence here but should be trying to send a message to president macron for having invited him here and especially on the anniversary of
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the signing of the armistice. >> you mentioned that protesters protest by the women [ inaudible ] how many people will brave the rain today to to make it [ inaudible ]? >> melissa legal, thank you so much. fareed zakaria sat down with the french president there in paris. >> in his exclusive interview he asked about the tweet that president trump sent and the one that criticized macron. >> obviously, your expression about the european army irritated president trump. he tweeted something about it. do you think that there is an inevitable flash here? >> no. we had a very good discussion this morning and it confirmed in front of the press that he was okay. >> reporter: does that mean hit tweet was a mistake? >> i don't know. i'm not the one to commend his tweets. i also prefer having direct
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execution or answering questions at making my diplomacy for tweets. but i think we had a very clear discussion. he is in favor of better burden sharing within nato. i agree with that. and i think in order to have a better building sharing, we need more europe. i think a big mistake, to be very direct with you. what i don't want to see is some european countries increasing the budget in defense in order to buy americans on other arms of materiels coming from your country. i think to build our autonomy. ♪ >> that was french president emmanuel macron speaking with fareed zakaria. you can see that full interview in full at 10:00 eastern here on cnn. the midterm drama is
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essentially under way in florida right now. votes are being recounted in two key races. these are live pictures from broward county where that recount just got started. we are live there for you. and "snl" had some fun with the firing of attorney general jeff sessions this week. we will show that to you coming up. ♪ ♪ our new, hot, fresh breakfast will get you the readiest. (buzzer sound) holiday inn express. be the readiest. your insurance rates skyrocket you could fix it with a pen. how about using that pen to sign up for new insurance instead? for drivers with accident forgiveness, liberty mutual won't raise their rates because of their first accident. switch and you could save $782 on home and auto insurance. call for a free quote today.
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welcome back to your wake-up call at 21 minutes past the hour. i'm christi paul. >> i'm victor blackwell. florida counties have until 3:00 p.m. thursday to finish the machine recounts for three important races. the margins in the unofficial results in the races for state agriculture commissioner, governor, senator less than half a percent and legally forces the recounts. outcome of the two races you see on your screen there could have major implications for president trump's 2020 election bid. >> some counties started last night and several more this morning, including broward county, which started a few minutes ago and cnn's jessica dean is there. we know that president trump is already tweeting about the recounts and gubernatorial candidate andrew gillum responded to that when he
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withdrew his concession. walk us through what is going on here. >> reporter: there is a lot to kind of unpack and sort through as we take a look what is happening here in florida. as you guys mentioned, the recount is now under way across the state of florida. we are in broward county. you see people going in behind me, that is the supervisor of elections office. they have got the recount machines in there. they are calibrating them right now. i believe we have some video inside that we can show you. they are calibrating those machines and then around 8:00, we are expecting them to begin recounting all of those votes. that is what is happening rear in broward county today. you mentioned president trump while he has been in france is keeping an eye on the florida races and what is going on here. we want to take a look at some of his tweets. he tweeted once trying to steal two big elections in florida. we are watching closely, among other tweets, about this race so he an eye on this and a lot of
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people have eye on his tweets. it includes the democrat andrew gillum who withdrew his concession and talked a little bit about that. take a listen. >> i also have to say what has also changed since election night have been the chorus of voices from the president of the united states, the junior senator of the state of florida, and the governor of the state of florida. a chorus calling for the ending of the countying in this process. what i do know is that we don't just get the opportunity to stop counting votes because we don't like the direction at which the vote tally is headed. that is not democratic and that is certainly not the american way. >> reporter: there has certainly been questions of competence here in broward county and also in palm beach county when it comes to how long it's taking them to count these votes. their organization. but as of right now, the secretary of state's office here in florida, that is a republican
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appointee and the department of law enforcement say no evidence of criminal activity but that hasn't stopped protesters from coming here. we have seen them all day friday, all day yesterday. we are expecting to see them all day today as well. in fact, we are starting to see a couple of them beginning to show up early this morning so we are going to keep an eye on that. as far as what comes next with the recount, as you mentioned, thursday is the day to watch to get this machine recount to get those results back in. then what happens is if any of these races are within a 0.25% margin, that is going to trigger a hand recount of over ballots and under ballots and that is exactly what it sounds like. any ballots that anybody voted for more than one candidate and any ballot they didn't vote in a particular race they will resour recount those so we will keep a close eye on this. >> thank you, jessica dean.
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another senate race we are watching is in arizona. >> democratic representative cemema her lead over mcsally is growing. last night simema had 88% of the votes reported and was ahead. the candidates are battling for the seat of retiring republican senator jeff flake. joining me to discuss is cnn political commentator errol louis. let's start with a tweet jessica shared from the president. trying to steal two big elections in florida, we are watching closely. now, again, no evidence of fraud and he is being echoed by the governor there, rick scott -- he shouldn't say things like this. what could this mean for the race, if anything? >> well, not much. honestly. they are attacking broward county because it's a democratic
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stronghold and they are expecting if there is anything that comes out of it that changes it's not going to change in favor of the republicans. so rick scott naturally is very upset about that. in the end we should try to manage and control expectations around a lot of this stuff when a candidate is up by tens of thousands of votes, by 12,000 votes, it's highly unlikely that a full recount, even a hand recount is going to reverse that. so to the extent that governor scott and the president are casting doubt on this whole process, they are just making it more difficult for people to accept an outcome that is probably going to go in republicans' favor. it's really a little bit of a mystery, i have to be honest with you, victor, why denigrate a downplayed in an election they probably have one. >> the one of the topics that the president is tweeting about while he is in france. if we have the video of the group of world leaders, if we
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can show that, i want people to see here. you've got macron and merkel and trudeau and a long list of world leaders there. dozens of them. absent here, president trump. this wasn't america first and it wasn't america alone, it was america absent. the president deciding to take a different vehicle here and not walk with these world leaders. pomp and ceremony means something on the world stage and in this moment. what is the significance of the president not walking with the rest of the world, coming in late, sharing that distinction with vladimir putin from your perspective? >> well, look. this is the politics of the moment as opposed to sort of the broad historical politics that hopefully was intended to be what this commemoration was all about. the white house has made some noises about this being dictated by security concerns but that is simply not the case. it really can't be when you see
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all of those other world leaders there. if it's safe enough for the leaders of canada and france and germany and turkey and all of these other countries, clearly, the president of the united states could have been there from a security standpoint. so then symbolically you get into the politics of the moment and both president trump and president putin have made clear that the atlantic alliance that we know it, that nato is not something they are independence in contributing to and in putin's case, something he is very much proofed to and sought to weaken in every turn. it's a symbolic jab in the direction of politics we have seen in play for a couple of years now. >> while those world leaders were gathering this morning, a tweet came from the president about a domestic issue here which was our top story this morning and has been for days, these fires in california, now 25 people dead in those three fires on the coast. he tweeted with proper forest
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management, we can stop the devastation constantly going on in california. get smart. president's first tweet on the fires yesterday was about federal funds and threatening to cut those off as well. let's look at this from a different protest erspective of should he do this but what is the upside of a president doing this? what could the strategy be while we are getting new numbers of additional 23 people who are killed, thousands of homes and biz dama businesses damaged, why is this the strategy? >> you may be putting a rational process when you use the word strategy on something that might be emotional and based in large part on ignorance. my understanding like 60% of the relevant forest in california are under federal management. you can point a finger and start making accusations at state official and it will blow back to washington, d.c. where they are going to have to answer
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questions themselves about what federal programs and what federal management has meant and how it may have contributed to all of this. >> typically, when a president is overseas, the white house tries not to make any headlines that would interfere with the narrative of the president on the world stage, but just yesterday, the white house announced that 2018 recipients of the presidential medal of freedom, babe ruth, elvis presley, justice antonin scalia, outgoing senator orrin hatch getting one. on the his is miriam adelson. she and her husband donated $100 million this cycle line to superpscts. your thoughts? >> mixed in with the scientists and artists and athletes and people unquestioned excellence that begin on the list of
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presidential american freedom winners you got a fair number of celebrations. president obama gave the medal to his own vice president joe biden and it was like a personal gift to his closest political ally. in this case, you know, donors get certain things. they get ambassadorships and apparently medals of freedom as well. doesn't take anything away from the other wins and i was glad to see elvis there. i visited graceland for the first time this year. >> an elvis presley fan? >> i appreciate it. if you got stevie wonder and duke ellington there, you probably should put the king of rock 'n' roll as well. >> errol louis, thank you so much. >> thank you. with the recount battle happening in florida, a controversial move at the justice department have democrats warning about a constitutional crisis. senate minority leader chuck schumer joins jake tapper on
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"state of the union." tune in this morning at 9:00 a.m. and noon eastern. >> i don't know what you're doing but humor me here and take a look at your screen. see this image. 19 african-american women in one courtroom has gone viral. the significance behind it? that has gone viral as well. we will tell you why and talk to two of them.
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now up to 30 grams of protein for strength and energy! 17 african-american women in texas have made history this midterm election. beginning in august, i want you to take a look at this iconic campaign photo. this was featured on hundreds of protesters, billboards and african-american neighbors across the country, in fact. 17 of these women ran for judgeships in harris county and
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they won by a comfortable margin we should point out. they are going to join the bench in january for a four-year terms across civil, criminal, family, probate courts here and two of the women are with me. judge-elect. congratulation, ladies. >> thank you very much. >> judge payne, can say judge already in if you're a judge-elect? >> well i'll get used to it. >> we will get used to it. judge payne, i want to know what your reaction was when you were watching election results that night and not just the reaction for yourself, but the reaction of the realization that all of these women were winning. >> well, i'll tell you that i was in shock and in awe of the amazing accomplishment that we
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were able to achieve and the long journey it took us to get there. eighteen months of block walking and phone banking and learning about each other and showing up on the campaign trail and sacrificing, it just amazed me that i know how large now harris county is and being the third largest county in the country, it's just amazing. it's an amazing accomplishment and i'm still in awe, actually. >> we should point out harris county does include houston, 4.5 million there. i understand harris county, if you put it together, it's bigger 24 u.s. states in some capacity there. so, michelle, with that said, i understand that you used to work with child protective services, judge moore i should call you. i apologize.
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judge moore. i'm sorry about that. you used to work with child protective services. we know that those services are overburdened in many communities. as a judge, do you have goals in that area now? >> i do. i have goals when it comes to foster care reform and when it comes to juvenile justice reform. i think good work needs to be done and i'm excited to be one of the complement the changes that harris county need. >> what are the needs in that county? >> our foster care is overrun by children and i'm excited to look for children and many relatives and render to place, if it's safe to put them out of foster care and get them in a more comfortable environment. >> i'm wondering when you look at that picture again of all of you in this campaign and this campaign, i should point out, was #blackgirlmagic.
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who came up with that? >> dallas jones. dallas jones came up with the blackgirlmagic slogan. >> when you saw that, how instrumental do you think that campaign was? because as i understand it, help me understand the strategy here. you all essentially kind of ran together, is that right, judge payne? >> well, that absolutely -- absolutely. we are all democrats and once we were able to get through filing our intent to be on the ballot and getting through the primaries, we realized that how historical it was for all of us to come together and be on the ballot, so we did. we went to churches together and we block walked together, all in the goal of being elected in this cycle. so it was fabulous, actually. >> judge moore, i have about 30 seconds left. i just wanted to ask you largest voter turnout for the voters in
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harris county. why do you think that is? >> i think think it was the strength of us running together and a diverse secretary of state. wet 19 black women and asian and latinos and lgbtq candidates and i think that was the momentum that pushed us and why the voter turnout in historical numbers. >> judge-elect payne and moore, thank you both so much and congratulations again. >> thank you for having us. >> absolutely. >> thank you. >> all 17. >> yes. "saturday night live" pokes fun at the firing of attorney general jeff sessions this week. we have got the best for you ahead. >> listen. don't get cocky, mr. mueller. with than new attorney general you might be out of a job soon too. and you might be thinking -- ♪ sometimes it hurts less
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robert mueller. >> i can't understand why trump would replace most pep a businessman has no experience and loyal to president trump. here i am saying it outloud. >> i'm sorry it has to end this way but we need to you to clear out your desk. >> that's okay. luckily, i still got the box i was born in! >> oh, my goodness. cnn senior media correspondent brian stelter, i am amazed at her every time i see her, kate mckinnon every time. >> they had to have her play sessions one more time that sessions is forced out as attorney general and who knows who "snl" will cast as matt whitaker. robert de niro posterior at any
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rate -- portrayed robert mueller. >> i thought you would at least say good-bye. ♪ ♪ i wish nothing but the best for you ♪ ♪ don't forget me i'll remember you saying ♪ ♪ sometimes it hurts instead ♪ sometimes it hurts instead well, whatever happens, i know i made my grand daddy proud. oh, wait. he right here. >> i tell you what, here is a little "snl" intrigue. alec baldwin playing president trump has barely happened to see this season and interesting to see kate mckinnon coming back as
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sessions. with his own problems, baldwin has barely been on playing trump. maybe they are trying to downplay the trump role. last week pete davidson the comedian stepped in and caused a big controversy dan crenshaw, called him a hitm hitman, made fun hifs looks. of course, he was wounded in the afghan war. >> i felt it would only be fair if you got me back and made fun of a picture of me. >> i don't really need to do that. >> please. >> okay. >> first impressions with lieutenant commander dan crenshaw. >> thanks, colin. this is pete davidson. he looks like if the meth from
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breaking bad was a person. >> not bad. so, there, we're even. >> wait, wait, one more. >> all right. >> looks like a trol doll with a tape worm. >> that's good. we should wrap this up. >> hold on. this is fun. >> cool. >> he looks like martin short in the santa claus story. by the way, one of these people is actually good on snl. >> and crenshaw thanked davidson for making a republican look good. he they have a political perspective. so it was nice to see that last night and it was nice to see a resolution to this, because it was ugly. what davidson said last week was ugly and it was good to see crenshaw coming on, accepting the apology and having fun with the whole thing. >> no doubt about it.
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stelter, thank you. >> santa claus iii, that was good. >> that was quite a jab, though. >> yes. >> brian, of course, is coming up on "reliable sources," 11:00 a.m. eastern right here on cnn. all righty. there's an anchor that does exactly what you want him or her to say. we're talking about artificial intelligence that has made its way into the newsroom. uh-huh. ♪ ♪ our new, hot, fresh breakfast will get you the readiest. (buzzer sound) holiday inn express. be the readiest.
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it's affected the whole city. you now have to make a huge amount of money to be here. you know, they've got skyscrapers in midtown that are sold for millions of dollars and now they're empty. >> i live in one of those big empty biluildings with all of absentee owners. is that what's going to be left in new york? >> yes. we turned a corner that we will never go back again. and so it's over. >> it's over? >> it's over. >> watch anthony bourdain's parts unknown tonight at 9:00. here is a new advancement in artificial intelligence that hits ai news anchors. >> uh-huh. >> uh-huh. >> just moving on with that. this ai anchor to read the news, digital composite related from
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