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a book that you're ready to share with the world? get published now, call for your free publisher kit today! hello again and thank you for joining me this sunday. i'm fredricka whit field. we begin with breaking news. wildfires across california are growing rapidly. take a look at the pictures of the latest area of ventura
county to get hit by the woolsey fire. you can see flame creeping up the hillside there. it is one of three wildfires raging across the state. they are trying to keep it from jumping the fence and threatening the homes there. this just in. the death toll now stands at 25, more than 100 others reported missing. nearly 300,000 californians forced to pack up and flee. our teams are across the state this afternoon following all of the latest development. let's begin in northern california. nick va lelencia is in the city paradise where the devastation is heart breaking. nick? >> this is known as the camp fire burned 109,000 acres. this may sound like a lot, but it was not what was anticipated by those who were fighting the fire. there is a red flag warping in
effect with 50 mile per hour wind gusts, making conditions ripe for fire to spread. this is one of the mare thoroughfares out of paradise. this is skyway. if you are familiar with the area, you know how jam packed it was on thursday. i want you to walk with me and i can show you these things that are jaw draping. this is the a aluminum. 1200 degrees fahrenheit it takes to melt aluminum and these cars are just unrecognizable. the windshield melted into the steering wheel. this has been the most destructive fire in california state history. the third deadliest. 23 lives have perished. 19 in paradise and four in the neighboring city. they did give an update and said
100 people are still unaccounted for. we should expect that number to fluctuate as they discover them in shelters or others are discovered. they are canvassing the area. some of it is still on fire. it is more east of us and it did spread by about 6,000 acres. they are hoping to get it contained, but right now it's only 25% contained and still continuing to spread. >> of course winds are a continued threat as they are pick pg up this afternoon? are. >> absolutely. 50 mile per hour wind gusts. i mentioned the red flag warnings. it's very difficult conditions for firefighters. >> thank you so much from paradise. this massive inferno in malibu. it is scorching homes. some of it belonging to stars and they will tell about the stories and voice support for
others. a video from lady gaga and kate lynn jenner. take a picture of this picture by orlando bloom. the flame are above his street and others like singer pink and actress alyssa milano offering thanks to the first responders. actor james woods has also been tweeting updates and reports of those still missing. let's go to malibu where we find our scott maclaine there. so many neighborhood homes are really disintegrated. there is nothing left except sometimes the framework and maybe each the footprint. tell us what officials are telling you. >> reporter: hey, fredricka. it's strange to see. you will have a row of houses, maybe two or three that are untouched and others that are destroyed or unrecognizable.
you can see steel framing and the chimney, but beyond that, nothing here to look at. you can imagine how beautiful of a property this would have been and how great of a view you would have had. right now you can see all the way through what would have been the house. the other side of this canyon, it scorched up the hill. the houses and the condos are untouched. some people who live over there are trying to put out whatever pot spots or smoldering areas. yesterday was a good day for firefighters. they managed to get it and it will stay this way until tuesday. there is hardly a person in this area. it's difficult to get through the roadblocks and this managed to fall in the last day or so. authorities they say look, even though there may not be fire in your area, there are other
threats like this one. listen. >> there are numerous hazards that are not evident to regular folks. only evident to professionals whether it's downed power lines or hot spots that can reignite and trees that are at risk of falling over and causing serious harms. if thank you are under mandatory evacuation, please evacuate and stay away. >> frederick a you can see these smoldering areas that reignite as the wind starts to come up. here there is not much left to burn, but in other areas that may not be the case. you can see through to the pacific ocean and just on the other side of zuma beach. how beautiful of an area this is and how beautiful the properties are. mother nature doesn't care how much money you make or what your house looks like. it decided which houses it's going to take and which ones it's going to leave. wind gusts 40 to 50 miles per
hour expected through tuesday. that will be making efforts difficult in this area. fredricka? >> it's horrible. you mentioned zuma beach, that's a place where people exercise and swim and enjoy a beautiful beach. i have been there and spent time there as well, but it's being used as a refuge for so many people who have horses and livestock and they are using that beach as a safe spot for their animals. >> reporter: yeah. we haven't had a chance to get down there, but there are very few places where people can come together. they used to live at the house next door and she owns a business and owns a restaurant and said that she is the only business in this area that opened to feed the first responders and whatever residents are here. as i said, the evacuation area is massive and there is not a lot of centralized areas and
hardly any people. we barely have been able to find any homeowners. there is hardly a person in the area. looting will not be tolerated. they will be prosecuted to the full extent of the law. they are on the look out for that they are trying to keep people out of the area and watching the fire to make sure it doesn't flair up. >> thank you so much. so firefighters, will they be receiving any respect frhelp fr weather in the coming days? tom, they are up against it. they are working hard to do what they can, but the santa ana winwind s is the root of the problems. >> we have a world of problems, fredricka. we haven't had rain in a month. typically october we would see five, six, seven inch totals. we haven't had any.
the strong winds we had last thursday that started this mess could return. we will see some improvements to the south and maybe tomorrow up to the north. red flag warnings through almost all of california. they will start moving in from the mountains again. camp fire to the north. 109,000 acres. at one point it was scorching over eight football fields a minute. this was the plume we had on thursday. offshore driving that fire towards the ocean, but the winds shift and look at the smoke across all of california. san francisco, san jose, down to fresno, air quality is off the cart r charts. this is the area of concern. here's the burn scar and the problems. here's chico. you can see where the hot spots are. if we take the hot spots, you can take a look at the flight patterns they have been hitting so that northern flank around to the north.
this is orville with the dam and flooding a couple of years ago. they are trying to chop it off. camp fire, most destructive in history, beating out last year's t tub fire. all the years from 2015 and 2018 now. this is not a good trend. we are seeing an extended wildfire season in california. woolsey fire down south. this is the one with the pictures down on malibu, trying to protect that area with the fires heading towards the coastline. always on the southern flarchg, you have areas such as hidden hills. tens of thousands of homes are threatened with this fire and only 10% containment as opposed to the north. here's the plume on thursday. you get into it over the weekend and that smoke has been moving
inland. when you look at the problems, i think we will see lighter winds to the south, some such as malibu, but still under extreme threat here. critical to the north tomorrow vanishes. we get a little improvement for the camp fire up to the north. after tomorrow, it looks like the conditions may reverse and get just as bad as they were on thursday when this whole mess started. it's not going to be good and that may continue into wednesday or thursday. >> that's terrible. tom, thank you. >> still ahead, two world leaders with very different messages. french president emmanuel macron dismisses nationalism as president trump touts america first. does this signal a frayed friendship between the two nation nations. >> some are crying foul in florida and turning to the courts. what's really happening? we will check in.
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right now president trump is traveling back to the u.s. from france after a tense 48 hours. the tension overshadowing and remembering ceremonies since the end of world war i. french president macron led the commemorations and took a swipe at president trump's nationalist america's talk. >> patriotism is the exact opposite of nationalism. nationalism is a betrayal of patriotism by saying we are first, who cares about the others. we erase what a nation holds dearest and what is essential. it's moral values. >> president trump spoke at an american cemetery where soldiers from world war i and world war ii are buried. instead of dreaaddressing the
nationalism dig, he focussed on the fallen. >> 100 years ago today on november 11th, 1918 world war i kaiment to an end, thank god. it was a brutal war. millions of troops have fought with extraordinary skill and valor in one of the bloodiest conflicts in human history. we are gathered together at this hallowed resting place to pay tribute to the brave americans who gave their last breath in that mighty struggle. >> yesterday after cancelling a planned wreath laying at another cemetery roughly 50 miles outside of paris because of what the white house called logistical difficulties called by weather, vociferous backlash. the grandson of winston churchill tweeting this. they died with their face to the
foe and that pathetic inadequate donald trump couldn't even defy the weather to pay respects to the fallen? p>> jim accososta is in paris f what it means for the relationship between trump and macron. >> president trump is living somewhat of a lecture from french president macron at the end of world war i in paris. the president said that nationalism is the opposite of patriotism and what seemed like a stinging rebuke of president trump's politics it. here's more of what macron had to say. >> patriotism is the exact opposite of nationalism. nationalism is a betrayal of patriotism. i know there are old demons which are coming back to the surface. they are ready to wreak cases on and death. history sometimes threatens to take its sinister course once
again. >> the president paid a visit to remember american soldiers who died in world war i. he made the trip despite the heavy rain. one day earlier he scrapped a visit to remember u.s. soldiers. thaft blasted on twitter by the grandson of winston churchill who said the soldier who is died in world war i, they i died with their face to the foe. they couldn't even defy the weather to pay respects to the fallen. cnn, paris. >> let's discuss this with the security analysts. so good to see you. what does this mean potentially? maybe the bromance is over between macron and trump. they used to be friendly and this was a little chilly. >> macron did what so many people have done which was speak up against the root causes of
violence in world war i and in modern times. we know that nationalism was one of the drivers of world war i. there were $40 million casualties in the war. we know that nationalism is resurgent in the united states. we have seen horrible hate crimes and violence and we know that the president has picked sides. he said that the nationalist leader in italy, the new prime minister is who he feels closest to. he praised the leaders who are nationalists as well. he even praised macron's biggest opponent who represents the nationalist party in france. i am glad that macron was able to stand up to nationalists around the world, including president trump. >> macron brought up the issue of a european force to contribute to nato. this is what the president tweeted when he was on air force one before landing in paris. saying president macron of
france suggested that europe build their own military to protect itself from the u.s., china and russia. very insulting, but perhaps europe should pay its fair share of nato which the u.s. subsidizes greatly. the spokesperson for macron said there is a misunderstanding. what's going on here? >> first off, the president is again saying that the united states should be repaid for nato spending when the united states overspends its nato commitment which is 2% of the gdp by choice. we have a variety of security concerns around the world that require enhanced expenditures. the part of the president's tweet and macron's remarks that are most troublesome to plea me that macron is putting the united states in the same bucket. it's china and russia. russia is a country that invaded ukraine and russia used chemical
weapons on european soil and put us on a level playing field which is a deep cause for concern for me. >> this was self-inflicted for macron? >> i don't think it was self-inflicked, but he was speaking the need to bolster defenses in light of a variety of threats. typically leaders, perhaps not our own, make statements that benefit their national security rather than worrying about what a personal reaction might be. he knew this would get a reaction from president trump just like he probably knew that making the claims about nationalism might get a reaction from president trump. that's a smart move when he thinks about strategic interest. >> good to see you. thanks so much. the contentious florida elections are in sharp focus as hundreds of thousands of votes are recounted. here's a live look at poll workers are going through,
happening right now, reco t recounts are under way in florida. this is a live look in the broward county supervisor of elections office. they are separating ballots to the begin the process of recounting. they're less than a half percentage point, forcing this redown the, this do-over. it caused andrew gillum to withdraw his concession in the gubernatorial race. >> let me say clearly.
i am replacing my words of concession with an uncompromised and unapologetic call that we count every single vote. >> republican candidate ron desantis argues that voters have already spoken and said he considers himself the governor-elect of florida. >> at noon today, supervisors of election submitted election returns to the secretary of state. those results are clear and unambiguousious just as they were on election night. i am honored by the trust that floridians have placed in me to serve as your next governor. >> cnn's jessica dean is in broward county and the recou recounting, the sorting, all of that is under way. jessica, there is also sparking a lot of back and forth not just inside, but outside as well.
>> reporter: that's right, fredricka. we are seeing a lot of back and forth from people on both sides participating in this recount in the sense that they can watch and participate outside. we are seeing a lot of back and forth. the recount is under way here in broward county. it is the recount process. what's happening, it's a tedious process having to separate out the ballots. they think it's going to be 30 to 35 hours to take the first pages off and begin the process of putting them in the machine his. outside there have been a lot of protesters trying to have their voices heard. they are back and forth between the candidates. take a listen. >> scott is abusing the full force of his public office as governor to stop a complete and accurate counting of all the votes in florida which would determine whether he wins or loses. >> bill nelson is a sore loser
and has been in politics way to go. 42 years. he just won't give up. he is saying if you are not a citizen, your vote ought to count. he is saying fred le ining frau ought to count. that's wrong. >> reporter: the deadline for all of this to happen is thursday. as i said, a lot of back and forth. we had a lot of protesters here outside. they are specifically targeting in on the supervisor of elections here in broward county. there has been a lot of questions about competencey and how quickly they have been able to count the votes. there have been a lot of legitimate questions, but the secretary of state, a republican appointee and law enforcement said there is no evidence of criminal activity. >> jessica dean, thank you so much. let's talk further on this. kendall is a former u.s. attorney for the southern district of florida and steve is
the tallahassee bureau chief for the tampa bay times. good to see both of you. let me begin with you. will this recount solidify clarity or potentially lead to new disputes? >> the way the numbers look in the senate race, it will go to a manual recount for sure. rick scott has a lead. not much of a lead, but the lead god smaller and smaller. >> 12,000-ish? >> that's right. the recount is about this. the machines separate out votes, ballots that have undervotes, overvotes, write in choices and what supervisors call ambiguousious marks. a mark on the ballot that made the machine reject the ballot perhaps. there will be thousands and thousands of those ballots that will be then part of the manual recount. >> the methods were electronic
machines, right? we are not talking about manual punching of holes like in 2000? >> no. florida long ago got away with punch card voting and got touch screens and then got optical scan voting. the good news is, there is a paper trail. a ballot for everybody who showed up to vote or mailed in a ballot. however, when you get to the large numbers of overvotes, there are going to be judgment calls for canvassing boards all over the states in terms of deciding whether this was a voter who intended to vote for rick scott or intended to vote for nelson. >> this is florida law. when you've got a race where there is a half percentage point or less difference between the candidates, there is an automatic recount. if that's the case, if that is
law, then what can help justify any kind of legal disputes here? at the same time, among the legal disputes that are filed from the governor himself. could he stop this recount? two questions there. >> he can stop the recount, although it's unfortunate that republicans are trying so hard to discredit it. as you pointed out, this is automatic. there are specific standards created by the florida legislature, republican-controlled legislature. they have standards for doing a manual recount. that seems inevitable in two of the races. those standards are written out for recounting done by republican administrators. this is open and shut. this is no election finally decided among these three when elections are too close to call, florida mandates this recount process be undertaken. at least from 18 years ago, we
have a clear path to a statewide recount and the machine count will happen and manual recount will almost assuresly happen. >> yes, it can potentially go to the manual. a lot of politicians weighing in including the president who called this a fraud. here is what minority leader chuck schumer had to say today. >> saying it's going too slowly is one thing. saying you have concerns about how legitimate the count is another. no one said there is any fraud here. the paramount issue here, the paramount issue is having every vote counted. even if it takes a little longer. we should not be rushed into doing this, particularly in an election that is so darn close. >> this whole process and the things that people are saying on all sides, is it at all rattling the confidence of voters?
>> yes, it is. especially voters who lived through 2000. it's unfortunate because i talked to the supervisors of elections every day, election after election and they are conscientious people who want every vote to count in every election and everybody voting. this situation with brenda and rick scott, i want to say this. rick scott and brenda snipes's confidence is open to question, seriously. her track record speaks for itself. rick scott is the chief executive officer of florida and has the power to suspend brenda for incompetence and neglect of duty. i have seen matt gates calling to suspend brenda snipes. to do now would be extremely problematic and very disruptive. tim conova, a congressional
candidate asked to suspend snipes months ago and scott did not do so. if he is making allegations of rampant fraud, he ought to back it up with evidence or suspend snipes from office. >> all of us lived this in 2000. i was covering it and you were covering it and on the law enforcement end of it. because of all that took place in 2000, people would feel more confident about the process. kendall, in your view, what has happened? >> what's happened is we have a much better process than we did 18 years ago when i was a member of gore-lieberman team. we also have politics. it's striking to me that there is so much resistance coming from the republican side when they want to be saying at the same time it's game over. what we are seeing is instead of a calm confidence of a victory lap, we are seeing angry anxiety
which tells me at least one or more of the republican candidates is convinced at the end of this, they are not going to be ahead. that fuels nelson's confidence and the reality that a recount is necessary to determine. >> all right, good to see you both. appreciate it. still ahead, at least 23 dead at wildfires rage across parts of california. president trump is blaming poor forest management. firefighters on the ground are telling the president he is flat out wrong. we will talk to one of the firefighters after this. been jimmy's longest.
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now you're even smarter. this is truecar. we are following breaking news out of florida. florida governor and senate candidate rick scott and his campaign are preparing legal action on the recount under way right now. ryan nobles, tell us more. >> reporter: that's right. we just received this information that rick scott and his campaign filed three different lawsuits in both broward and palm beach county related to the recount. the first is significant. they are all significant, but this one particularly because they accuse brenda snipes of counting ballots after the noon deadline. that is against florida law according to this lawsuit. they are asking that a judge look into whether or not that happened. the second round of lawsuits are two separate lawsuits. they are asking that the florida
department of law enforcement and local sheriffs impound and preserve all of the voting equipment and ballots in both of those counties after the recount is finished. those are two significant developments and i should point out that bill nelson's lawyer who has been handling the recount has responded to the lawsuits and described them as such and said governor scott's campaign sue about the unlawful recounts and describes it as stunning. we will see this back and forth war of words and public relations, but the legal battle that will play out in the courtroom as this lengthy and indepth recount will take place here in florida. >> so, ryan, does it mean the lawsuits filed doesn't interrupt the recount right now. the deadline is thursday. in what way does it invalidate or disrupt the recount that is
under way? >> reporter: great question, fred. this shouldn't impact the ongoing impact as it currently stands. they are not going to ask for the machines to be impounded until the recount is completed am the scott campaign is arguing there is a small number of ballots that they believe were counted after the deadline. they will set those aside if a judge asks them to. at this point it shouldn't impact the counting of ballots. keep in mind, we are waiting for broward to officially begin counting again. there is no reason this should impact it, but i offer up a caveat. every time we see about florida recounts, we need to see how it plays out. >> they are sorting before they start their machine counting. we are talking about the saturday noon deadline to get those numbers in before they can do the recounting which is under way right now. it's really confusing and we are trying hard to offer clarity for
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payments. and this was earlier, saying, with proper forest management, we can stop the devastation constantly going on in california. get smart. that from the president of the united states while these fires burn, people lose their homes, lives lost. these tweets are provoking a strong response from firefighter groups, including the pasadena firefighters association, which said, quoting now, mr. president, with all due respect, you are wrong. the fires in socal are urban interface fires and have nothing to do with forest management. come to socal and learn the facts and help the victims. scott austin, president of the pasadena firefighter's association joining me right now. good to see you. first of all, we know that people of california, really across this country, are especially grateful for the work being done and the sacrifice being made to help save lives and try to put out these fires. so big heartfelt thanks to all
of you. so what are your feelings when you see these tweets from the president? >> well, good afternoon, fredricka. thank you for the opportunity to share this with you. yesterday morning, woke up, saw the president's tweet, and felt like there needed to be a correction of facts. the fact is that the fires in southern california and northern california for of the urban inner face, basically fires starting in the urban, suburban areas with lighter fuels that have rapid growth. we literally had 250,000 residents in southern california flee for their lives. we have two losses of life in southern california and 23 right now. we really need partnership with the federal government. we need their help and a president that's going to stand up and work with us. i really wanted to ask him to
come to california and his team to learn and know what we're faced with here. we have thousands of firefighters out there and law enforcement partners as well putting their lives on the line for our residents. >> you said you'd prefer some partnership. right now, you know, how would that partnership assist in what you're up against? >> many of our local agencies are understaffed, underfunded, and in some cases they lack the necessary equipment. what we need here -- we have a large state. as you see, these large fires devastate large amounts of areas, over multijurisdictional areas. we need the federal government to partner with us on a daily basis, not just on these disasters, to provide the proper resources, funding for the proper amount of firefighters, funding for the proper amount of fire equipment, and likewise, when firefighters are sent -- i
think we have upwards of 3500 to 4,000 firefighters in southern california -- we have to fill in their own jurisdictions. calls go on daily. they have 60% of the federal land in california, the forest area. another third of that is under private ownership. basically about 3% to 4% are the state and local agency's. so we're covering their areas. we'd just like to have them come out, get educated, and understand our needs here. we have a large population. we would love to partner up, have them come and learn so they can send the necessary economic and assets to southern california. >> hopefully that will help in the future, but right now the need is very immediate. i know you could use all the resources and support possible, particularly as the fires continue to grow today.
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it really looks like a war zone. >> california in flames. >> a whole town was wiped off the face of the earth in a matter of eight hours. >> the death toll now in the double digits. >> we just never anticipated having to evacuate all zones, all at the same time. >> with winds now picking up, there is no sign of relief any time soon. plus, a dire warning to president trump from a key u.s. ally. >> translator: nationalism is a betrayal of patriotism. by saying our interests firsts, who cares about the others -- >> trump's nationalist, america-first agenda targeted by france's president as world leaders gather to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the end of world war i. >> millions of american, french, and allied troops fought with extraordinary skill and valor in one of the bloodiest conflicts in