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juvéderm it. talk to your doctor about the juvéderm collection of fillers. welcome to viewers here in the you states and around the world. i'm george howell at the cnn center in atlanta. the u.s. president spent time on the ground in the state of california getting a firsthand look at the damage caused by the deadly wildfires. at his side the president was joined by the governor and governor-elect and he said it was sad to see the damage and promised support. >> nobody would ever have thought this could have happened so the federal government is behind you, all behind each other. i think jerry and i have been speaking and gavin and i have gotten to know each other and
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we'll all work together and do a real job. this is very sad to see. as far as the lives are concerned, nobody knows quite yet. we're up to a certain number but we have a lot of people that aren't accounted for and this is the kind of destruction, in fact, this is even not as bad as some areas. some areas are even beyond this. they're just charred. >> also asked about the impact of climate change, mr. trump side stepped that question. instead, he implied poor forest management -- >> does seeing this change your opinion on climate change, mr. president? >> no. no. i have a strong opinion. i want great climate. we're going to have that and we're going to have forests that are very safe. we're going to have safe forests and that's happening as we speak. >> you said you need to change fire management.
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should the state and federal -- >> no, state, local and federal government. the federal government is going to work with the state and we're going to help them with funding and it's going to take a lot of funding. >> should they have done things differently? >> a lot of things have been learned. >> in the meantime the death toll from the woolsey fires and camp fires continues to rise. officials recovered five more bodies on saturday. this bringing the total number dead now to 79 dead statewide. also, the number of names on a missing person's list continues to grow. that list has almost 1300 names on it. officials say it could contain duplicates so the exact number of people still missing, unclear. online we see videos of
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survival. we see one family driving through a burned neighborhood trying to escape. take a look. >> this is a fire going down skyway by the health center. going down skyway, there's fire like crazy. i don't know if you can see it. get in. oh, my gosh, look to the right. that house is on fire. >> yeah. >> look at that. oh, my god. >> fire. >> robert, get in here now. >> hold on. >> oh, my gosh, this is [ bleep ]. we're in hell. look at right here. >> yeah. >> shut your window, quick. quick, quick, quick. >> they're having us drive this way? >> oh, my gosh. look at all these houses are
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gone. this is horrible. look at this. >> are you videotaping? >> yes, i'm videotaping. >> are your lights on? >> yes. you can't even see them. >> oh, my gosh. there's explosions going on. got to put my window up. i can't breathe. oh, my gosh. oh, this is horrible. oh, my gosh. oh, my gosh, these poor people. >> i mean, wow. could you imagine? so many families that went through that very hell trying to escape not knowing whether more fire would be around the corner. wildfires are becoming certainly a big problem across the western part of the united states, and one factor that plays into this, climate change. let's talk to our meteorologist derek van dam to tell us about it. look, derek, there are statistics, real facts that are part of this. some people try to ignore it, pretend it doesn't exist. it exists. >> it's hard to ignore that the
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president side stepped this. we heard it on tape a few minutes ago. if you took a page out of california's own fourth asse assessme assessment, they're becoming more vulnerable to fire damage alone. by 2100 if the average area of proble problems, it's a high number. let's get to the figures and talk about what the impacts are. climate change and large fires across the u.s. what we're noticing is a linkage between rising temperatures with a changing climate and the frequency, intensitntensity, anr of large fires that have exploded over the western u.s. we know there are four times as many wildfires over the past few
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years. there are 6.5 times more acres burned in the past ten years and the fire season has actually been extended by 75 days, longer than compared to the early 1970s, that's what we're comparing this to. that's the benchmark. usually by mid to end november we would have a season ending rainfall that would bring an end to the fire and part to blame here, of course, is the greenhouse gases that we continue to emit into the atmosphere, particularly carbon dioxide. what we're trying to do is limit the earth's warming by 1.5 degrees celsius. in order to do that we need to cut our c o2 emissions by 42 pergs percent. these are not figures being pulled out of a hat. these are the steps we need to take in order to make progress on these types of issues. you can see the smoke forecast
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over the western u.s. over the next 24 hours still calls for hazardo hazardous to roll over this. some of these cities are more polluted than the smog hot spots around the world like new delhi and this is very difficult for people with respiratory problems. we are making leeway on the containment of the fire. i talk about the fire season ending rain. it's coming, folks. not until the end of next week but all computer models are in agreement. 8.5 million acres burned so far in 2018 over the western u.s. >> derek, thank you. now to the murder of washington post contributor jamal khashoggi. u.s. government not yet drawing any conclusions there as to who is responsible for his killing, but this comes amid reports of a cia assessment indicating the
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saudi crown prince ordered the killing last month. the u.s. president said he will get a full report on it come tuesday. >> it's a horrible thing that took place, the killing of a journalist. very, very bad situation. khashoggi. and somebody who was respected. it should never have happened. they haven't assessed it. that's premature. we're going to have a report on tuesday and it will be very complete. in the meantime we're doing things to some people that we know for awe fact were involved and we're being very tough on a lot of people. >> let's go live to turkey. cnn correspondent jomana kuracha is live. we are hearing an acknowledgment from the u.s. president from the cia report is forthcoming on tuesday. he is holding off making any
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determinations for now. what has been the reaction that you've heard so far? >> reporter: you know, george, we've not had any reaction specifically to what seems to be the mixed messages, mixed signals coming out of the united states whether there has been an assessment and we've heard that the murder was ordered by the crown prince mohamed bin salman and then we've heard from the state department, president trump basically saying that no final assessment has been made. they'll have to wait and see. here in turkey if you look at the turkish strategy, what they've pretty domuch done, the say whatever evidence they've had they've shared it with the cia. they've shared it with other western governments so basically saying it is on them now to decide how they move forward, but there has been this concern
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of stalling tactics by some in the trump administration and saudi arabia hoping this will go away. the concern there, george, also coming from the fact that if you look at the visit of the cia director, gina has kehl, that was nearly four weeks ago. this hasn't been moving particularly fast. and then, you know, the complaints you hear, the frustration you hear from turkish officials, they say it's a lack of cooperation from the saudis. what they see as part of the stalling tactics, simple questions, straightforward questions and hope they would push them to answer that they haven't answered yet. for example, where is the body? where are the remains of jamal khashoggi and nearly 60 days since his killing and there's still no answer to that question. a lot of theories. take a listen to what turkey's defense minister has to say
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about that. >> possibly, possibly three or four daysers they left the community, they were having a problem with the luggage. >> reporter: and, you know, george, we've heard several other theories in recent weeks, whether his body was dissolved in acid and heard from the foreign minister in turkey a few days ago saying they simply do not know what happened to the body, whether it was destroyed, burned, disposed it of. now they feel that the time has come for an independent international investigation,
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george. >> live for us in istanbul, turkey. thank you for the reporting. we'll stay in touch with you. one more statewide race has been settled. in the u.s. mid term elections. 11 days after that historic vote followed by a very difficult recount there, the democrat andrew gillum. still undecided though, the florida context for u.s. senate. >> tallahassee mayor conceded to republican ron desantis late saturday evening ending his bid for the first african-american governor in the state of florida. that leaves all eyes on senator bill nelson who has yet to concede to rick scott for a fourth term in the u.s. senate. andrew gillum said the race
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became more than being in the governor a governor governor's mansion. >> we said we would fight until the last vote is counted. obviously we are now closing out the hand recount phase in two of the statewide races. we wanted to make sure that every single vote, including the over votes, under votes, we wanted them to be counted. now that we are rounding that process out, r.j. and i wanted to take a moment to congratulate mr. desantis on becoming the next governor of the great state of florida. >> gillum's concession makes ron desantis a republican closely tied to president trump the governor-elect of florida. in the senate race bill nelson will now be forced to come to terms with the fact that he is
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the only top flight person in this race. so far democrats have not done enough to close that gap. here in tallahassee a federal judge has ruled against democratic interests multiple times when they were trying to expand the universe of available votes for senator nelson. the machine recount that was completed on thursday did not do merely enough for nelson to close that gap. nelson is having to contend with the fact that he is now alone in the spotlight with gillum stepping aside and he is now forced to come to terms with this being the end of his career. we are past the mid term elections and the u.s. house of representatives will look a lot different come january. democrats will have the majority and that raises the distinct possibility that nancy pelosi will again be the speaker of the house, but it's not a sure
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thing. there are some democrats who want to see a change. whatever his reason may be, the u.s. president also lending pelosi we have it. i will perform a wonderful service for her. i like her. do you believe it? i like nancy pelosi. she's tough, she's smart but she deserves to be speaker, now they're playing games with her. >> pelosi has plenty of support and plenty of opposition. our tom foreman looks at the case for nancy pelosi. >> for congressional office. in those positions she has wrangled votes for a lot of issues democrats really care about. health care reform, credit card
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and banking regulation, tobacco regulations, the fair pay act, food safety, much more. she's also brought in a ton of money for her party. this is reportedly her haul for the mid term election. she's the natural leader. make her the speaker again, but there is opposition in her own party. here are some of their concerns. first of all, they say she is a lightning rod for republicans. her district near san francisco is much more liberal than the rest of the country. on top of which they say she's simply too much about the past, about old grudges, old ideas, old coalitions and they say there are plenty of other democra democrats. the people who are trying to oppose her do not have enough to stop her as being chosen for the
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party's candidate for speak er. if 17, 18, 19 of these opposition forces in her own party said they would absolutely not vote for her, that could keep her from getting the majority she needs. there could be possibly a democratic pick from her party. >> let's talk more about this with james davis. he's at the university of saint gallon in munich, germany. a pleasure to be on with us today. >> good morning. >> we are getting a sense of president trump post the mid-term elections to saying it was supposed to draw a line in the sand with the democrat.
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>> we're talking about the border wall. we're talking about quite a big sum of money, about $5 million. i think if i was ever going to do a shutdown over border security, when you look at the car a van, when you look at the mess, when you look at the people coming in, this would be a good time to do a shutdown. i don't think it's going to be necessary because i think the democrats will come to their senses. >> you'll remember talk of the caravan just grew in a big roar before the mid terms and dropped after the mid term elections but we're hearing it again as the president talks about what is ahead with democrats. how do you see these things working between these two political opposites? >> i think the most important point here is that in the lead up to the mitd terms trump did not run on anything for the next two years. he kept trying to stoke the
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fears of the republican base. part of that was about the caravan, immigration, part of that was about villainizing nancy pelosi. he thinks he's going to get the wall. i don't think that's going to happen. the president doesn't have a positive agenda and it's going to be on the democrats really to come up with an agenda that moves the country forward on some of the issues that people are really concerned about. we see from the election results that those topics were health care, economic security and of course infrastructure. there may be some room for compromise on infrastructure, but i don't think the democrats will give him money for the wall. when you interviewed americans after the election, what were the big issues? immigration was not one of them.
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>> we saw president trump after that tweet they send them. mr. trump toured the damage there. he praised the firefighters there. when the issue came up of climate change, mr. trump basically denied it. said not an issue for him. he wants great climate. what do you make of that? >> the president has a reason to deny climate science, that's a position that's challenged by his base. they don't want to believe it and they have a strong base of support in the industry. as well as the kind of reasons for -- political reasons relating to his bade for him to continue to deny the science of climate change.
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we know the science is solid. it's accidents, the rine river is at the lowest level in recorded history. when you look at california, we see the fires. this isn't just a matter of cleaning up some under brush but, rather, it's a matter of long term climate change where you have to adapt. where the president may be on to something, there may be measures we can take to do a better job preparing for a dry future wherefore rest fires are going to be a common feature. there may be some room for bipartisan movement on this with a new governor in california but that's still something to be seen. >> just very quickly, mr. trump mentioned the cia report according to a report that indicates with high confidence that they order the the killing of jamal khashoggi.
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do you see the president buying more time until it comes out tuesday? when it comes out, does he have any leeway here? >> the president is in a bind. he has put his stakes and stock in the crown prince. he thought the crown prince was going to be a modernizing force in the region. he's created a strategic alliance with the saudis. he's in a bind because if it comes out there is no room around it. there are a number of voices in congress, both in the senate and the house. republicans as well as democrats that have been questioning this growing alliance with the crown prince. they will make the life of the president quite difficult on this question. >> we always appreciate your
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time. thank you so much today. >> thank you, george. still ahead here on "cnn newsroom," the president surveys the damage from california's deadly wildfires. we'll have more on what he said saw and said there. mrs., president trump praising saudi arabia amid the troubles. try parodontax toothpaste. it's three times more effective at removing plaque, the main cause of bleeding gums. leave bleeding gums behind with parodontax toothpaste. leave bleeding gums behind - [announcer] powerful cleaning. that's what you expect from shark, and our newest robot vacuum is no exception. from floors to carpets, it tackles all kinds of debris, even pet hair, with ease. but what about cleaning above the floor? that's why we created the shark ion robot cleaning system, our innovative robot vacuum paired with a built-in powerful shark handheld. the shark ion robot cleaning system.
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no joint communique. mike pence said america would not back down from a trade war until china changes its ways. a source says that israel could soon pick a day for this. the defense minister resigned earlier this week after a cease-fire with gaza militants. that was followed by calls for a snap vote. in france, anti-government protests over rising fuel prices have turned deadly. look at the streets of parispar. more than 200 people have been wounded in demonstrations across france. police have arrested dozens of protesters. protests sparked up in athens thence, greece.
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the protesters were marking the anniversary of the student uprising in 1973 that helped topple greece's military. the u.s. president spent some time in the state of california. he was visiting to tour the damage and destruction there. on saturday he meet with residents and official support. you saw it about the impact of climate change and implied poor forerest managed was the reason. 79 people have died across the state. also the names of people on a missing person's list, it's risen. almost 1300 people now on that list. fire officials have been putting out images of burned down structures in paradise. we compare them to google
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pictures before and after. you get a sense of how bad the situation is. this certainly a before. now that things are left. it's terrible to see the difference there. here's what used to be a car wash. it's now reduced to rubble. also, once a hospital, you can see it collapsed and is unrecognizable. joining me to talk about this is seday quint. she is a survivor. more than 13,000 people on this list of the missing. what more can you tell me at this point? your uncle is one of them. >> we haven't heard anything. we're reaching out to every organization that we can and we've given dna just in case we do get a call that he's not with us anymore. we are being really, really
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patient with all of the agencies. i'd just like to say that the lists that have been coming out haven't been accurate. today and yesterday my uncle hasn't been on the list, which is really frustrating because we actually went down in person and two different sheriffs. we spoke to them in orville and chico. they said they would put him on the list. this morning he was on the list, now he's not on the list. >> that's got to be so frustrating. it's not your burtd to go back and forth between officials to make sure your uncle is on the list. say his name if you would please. >> david william marbury. >> what is it like with respect to you and your family to hold out hope but at the same try.
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>> i want to make sure his name is on the list. >> it's frustrating. kind of surreal. i would never have thought i would be looking for a family member. it kind of sucks. we're being patient because we know we're not the only family going through this. everyone is together and everyone is being so supportive on every side, you know. >> janay, what's next. the next steps. not knowing if a house has been bushed down. >> we know his house has been burned down and his car was in his garage so now we're just waiting for the sheriff's department to go out there and let us know if there are bodies in there or not. i mean, if it is, you know, he
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had respiratory issues and he had back problems and he was 66 so, i mean, it's -- i mean, it's hard to think about him, you know, not being here anymore, but as a family we have accepted whether we get good or bad news. we just prepared for the worst. >> say his name. >> david william marbury. >> in the paradise, california, area. that's where the camp fire is burning. seday, we wish you the very best in your efforts. we'll stay in touch with you as there are so many families dealing with so much uncertainty at this point. thing thank you again for your
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design. the cia had earlier made an initial assessment that the saudi crown prince mohamed bin salma was personally involved but president trump finds that premature and says he will get a report on the death come tuesday. he's reluctant to place blame. saudi arabia has raised relationships questions. john is following the story live for us in ab but dhabi. always a pleasure to have you on the show. he views it as essential. mr. trump supports the crown principles. are they clashing this? >> reporter: that's part of the story, george. i would suggest the priority for
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president trump would be to maintain the business ties. first and foremost, i see saudi arabia as a bullwart against iran. let's say syria, lebanon, iraq and particularly yemen because of the conflict that's been going on there. number two, the president wants to maintain these business ties that he's talked about forever, but apparently the military contracts that going on the rote. his son-in-law worked for years to develop this relationship. the president doesn't want to see it disappear. if the president doesn't accept this report from the cia, they were initially suggesting that there's no way this murder of jamal khashoggi should not have taken place. can't say that with high confidence because the evidence is not there yet, but when the
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president was asked about it, what did he do, george? talking about the military contracts of $110 billion. he goes back each time suggesting the jobs that are tied to it. >> we also have a great ally in saudi arabia. they give us a lot of business, a lot of jobs, a lot of economic development. they have been a truly spectacular ally in terms of jobs and economic development. >> you can see where the president stands on this, george. one of the conversations if you stop and think about it now is a sanctions bill that emerged out of the senate on friday with bipartisan support with three senators, from the democrats and lindsey graham. this is because the sanctions are emerging from the senate, it put pressure on the stock market
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in riyadh. the stock market is down. you saw, again, the stock market making swings of 1.5 to 4 pishsz percent. what he was coming outs of the president's mouth. >> these don't complicate things. it's so good to have you on to talk about this. there are many lanes in play but also the issue of oil production. mr. trump has been challenging saudi in the last week not to cut oil production. his view is that lower oil prices are a good thing and the saudis, though, they've disagreed about that. >> reporter: this is a dispute, george, that the president had
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said. russia keeps the markets supplied. that was part of it, to take them down to zero and they put a million barrels onto the market. the president gave me eight exemptions or wavers to iran. we went from $86 in early october to $66, a bear market. lower oil prices are good for the u.s. economy. a panel last week said, no, we need to take 1 million barrels a day off the market to rebound. they also think for the eight to nine it's good to have it. it protects jobs in the energy bill. this is not something the white house and riyadh see eye to eye at this point.
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the president thinks he has preference over them. we're following the latest on brexit for you. jeremy corbett says if prime minister theresa may's dem comes to parliament. they said holding a second referendum is the future for her part. she sewas asked a very interestg question in an interview. >> i never thought at any stage about giving up? >> no, i haven't. and of course it's been a tough
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time could be running out for the government of israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu. his coalition is collapsing following the latest gaza cease-fire. the defense minister has resigned and there are calls for an early election. a source telling cnn a date for the snap vote could soon be decided. we're also expected to hear shortly from prime minister benjamin netanyahu. he is supposed to meet with his finance minister in a last-ditch effort to save government. oren lieberman is joining us. what is the likelihood of the prime minister saving his coalition? >> reporter: it seems unlikely but you can't rule it out. netanyahu still has a bit of time here. he's meeting his finance minister later on today, about 6:30 tonight. there are six hours until that meeting. you can't rule it out until yet. following the defense minister last week, the hard line defense
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minister has demanded the portfolio or said he would resign from the government. that would topple netanyahu's government. they have called for early elections so the pressure is there, and in this weakened position other parties in netanyahu's coalition can make demands of him and that's what we're seeing now. can netanyahu manage the demands? that's what we're about to find out. >> question, oren, can netany u netanyahu. >> so all of the polls and recent years not only holding on to his power which is 30 out of 120 seats, but also growing that number of seats in the next election even as the prime minister is under criminal investigation. that seems to have made him stronger with his base. they said benjamin netanyahu is the next prime minister. the question is, what will his coalition be and who will be in
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it? it could end up the exact same parties if he goes to election. just a reshuffling of cabinet positions. or netanyahu could choose something else. he could move the coalition more towards the center. it's up to netanyahu what he chooses to do. george, there are possibilities that could change the outcome whether it's investigations against them which are expected to come soon or a couple of other parties expected to end the race. how they shift things here. the smart money is on netanyahu because of how smartly his party has been polled. >> with regards to hamas, where does that factor into this pressure on the prime minister? >> hamas is going to be a factor in the next elections. they claim victory when the defense minister resigned when they say it was their pressure to resign. if they collapse in the next day or couple of days, hamas will claim victory as well. suddenly hamas becomes a factor.
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gaza becomes a factor in the elections which it really wasn't in the last elections, late 2014, early 2015. because this is a right wing government there will be a race to the right in terms of harsh language against hamas. if we see another escalation like we did just last week to deliver it and i have no doubt they will claim victory if this government collapses. >> oren lieberman, thank you. "saturday night live's" special message from amazon's ceo. the comedy show's thinly veiled mockery of the u.s. president and his feud with jeff bezos. we'll have that story. stay with us. with our tendercrisp technology, you can quickly cook food, juicy on the inside and crispy on the outside. go from fresh to deliciously done in half the time.
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juvéderm it. talk to your doctor about the juvéderm collection of fillers. the american sketch comedy show "saturday night live" took on president trump's long standing feud with the ceo of amazon, jeff bezos. in the parody he trolled donald trump with the new amazon delivery option and explained why they chose arlington, virginia, and queens, new york, as the places for the next hq2.
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>> i am here to announce a brand-new delivery option that doesn't involve the post office at all. amazon caravan. any package going to any trump building will get delivered by hundreds of honduran and mexican immigrants. i'll pick up the bill and i want to make sure to give back to the new communities we're joining. that's why i'm purchasing a building in queens that used to be the crown jewel of fred trump's real estate empire and converting it into public urinals. in virginia we'll be very close to arlington national cemetery so we can pay our respects to fallen veterans, even when it's raining outside. the former vice president joe biden is welcoming a new addition to his family. take a look at major. mr. biden and his wife adopted the german shepard this weekend. major came from a litter of surrendered puppies. the bidens fostered him to good health and decided they just couldn't let him go.
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we end the show this hour with a very happy birthday to one iconic mouse. mickey mouse now 90 years old. the beloved cartoon character dreamed up by walt disney made his debut on november 18th, 1928. the tv show in the united states "the mickey mouse club" was a big hit during the 1950s. you can find mickey mouse images on everything from t-shirts, lunch boxes, watches, of course those mouse ears on kids. kids always wear them at the disney theme parks. walt disney wanted to call him mortimer mouse until his wife said she preferred the name mickey better. the this features oswald the lucky rabbit. they realized that he had a copy of the film when he read a book about it and contacted disney to say he purchased the film when
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he was in high school 70 years ago. wow. thank you for being with us. for "cnn newsroom," i'm george howell at the cnn center in atlanta. for our viewers in the united states, "new day" is next. for viewers around the world "earn burnett out front" is up next. thank you for watching cnn, the world news leader. hy-a-luronic acid hyaluronic acid.
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