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♪ democrats divided. the house passes a resolution condemning hate, after incendiary comments from a new member. >> it's not about her. president trump throws gas on the fire. >> they've become an andy jewish party. secretary julian castro weighs in, next. plus border battle. as some republicans turn on president trump over his
national emergency, officials say a record number of families are seeking asylum in the u.s. >> this is truly an emergency. >> is the real crisis on the border a humanitarian once? will hurd responsibilitids in m poll position. a new candidate goes all in on fighting climate change. >> it is our only chance for long-term survive. >> governor jay inslee joins us. welcome, i'm in austin, texas, live at the south by southwest festival, where tonight we will be moderating town has with three candidates. much of the field is here, as is almost part of the field. texas native beto o'rourke who dodged questions yesterday.
one candidate not here, joe biden. a brand-new cnn shows biden leading the pack with senator bernie sanders behind this key early moment comes as the democratic house, at least, is showing signs of division following congresswoman ilhan omar's controversial comments. and the resolution giving president trump exactly what he wants, dissension in the democratic ranks. with me is candidate from right here in texas, former hud secretary jewel han castro. thank you for being here. >> thank you. >> let me start right there with the comments from ilhan omar. she has previously accused hypnotizing the world and suggested that support is all
about the benjamins and most recently she criticized lawmakers as potential having, quote, a liegeance to a foreign country. >> i'm glad she apologized. i don't believe that she's, you know, in her area an anti-cementianti-cemen anti-semite, somehow dominating industries or politics with money. i'm glad she is apologized. i'm also glad that the house is condemning bigotry. we have seen a rise in anti-semitism in the last couple years, and seen a rise in antimuslim hate, hate directed at others. i do think it's fair, whether the country is israel or a
european country or latin-american country, for people to criticize or to pick apart the policy that the united states is taking toward that country, but it should be done i think in a constructive way and not in a way that gives rise to old tropes. >> you suggested you support the house resolution which condemned anti-semitism and other bigotry as well. some democrats felt that resolution was watered down by not focusing on congresswoman omar as confidence. congressman ted deutsche, who is jewish, voiced that concern. take a listen. >> why are we unable to singularly concement andemn anti-semitism? it feels like we can only --
>> do you think house democrats water it had down, do you think it was a bit of a cop-out? >> i don't think so. i think there was a lot of talk about anti-semitism, the rise of it. i think, you know, the vast majority of people in the democratic party recognize that anti-semitism in the united states and also in places like europe has been on the rise and we need to combat that. i think also probably that this was impacted by the fact that representative omar apologized for this, and said she should have said it differently. my hope is that, you know, a part from this resolution, that we're going to take action in this country to make sure that anti-semitism and other types of bigotry are not given sustenance, and we have to recognize that we have a president, who is dividing
americans along a lot of these lines. i would like to see us united in trying to offer a more difficult, positive and inclusive vision for this country. this is also dividing democrats on the trail. you said there needs to be reparationses to compensate for years of slavery and discrimination. take a listen to bernie sanders, one of your campaign rivals when it was pointed out that you and elizabeth warren support some form of reparations. >> what do they mean? i'm not sure that anyone is very clear. what i have just said is that i think we must do everything that we can to address the massive level of disparity that exists in this country. e. >> so what do you mean?
>> what i said was that i've long believed that this country should address slavery, the original sin of slavery, including by looking at reparatio reparations. if i'm president, then i'm going to appoint a commission other task force to determine the best way to do that. there's a tremendous amount of disagreement on how we would do that, but let me say something about senator sanders' response there. he was also asked this question in 2016. what he said on "the view" the other day, i think, he didn't think the best way to address this was for the united states to write a check. to my mind that may or may not be the best way to address it. however, it's interesting to me that when it comes to medicare for all, health care, you know the response has we need to write a big check, that when it comes to tuition-free or
debt-free college, the answer has been we need to write a big check. so if the issue is compensating descendants of slaves, i don't think the argue about writing a big check ought to be the argument you make if you're making the argument that a big check needs to be written for a whole bunch of other stuff. if under the constitution we compensate people because we take their property, why wouldn't you compensate people who actually were property. >> interesting. the border patrol says it's the number of families apprehended is up more than 300% from last year. you have slammed president trump for his immigration policy. what do you think needs to be done to deter all these families coming in seeking asylum, or do you think they should be allow to do come in and seek asylasyl?
>> somebody has a right to seek asylum. jake, this is a very important moment. you'll remember that last year the administration said that they were taking little children away from their parents because they wanted to deter other families from coming. they want if we were cruel enough just to take these children away from their families, that would show all these other families that they shouldn't come to the united states. instead of deterring these families, we see more families coming. this is exhibit a in the grand failure of this administration on immigration. so when people ask, what is the problem? one of the problems is this administration has taken the wrong path. i think what we need to do in the long run really is to engage these northern triangle countries, honduras, el
salvador, guatemala, and figure out a way to work with them so people can find safety and prosperity there instead of knocking on the doorstep of the united states. in the meantime we ought to follow international law in our practice, which is to allow them to seek asylum when they present themselves. >> i nour you are only at 1%. >> is that where i'm at? i don't even make the cutoff when you put the graphic on. take it down to 1%, jake, all right? >> what do you need to do to get that number up? your favorability has gone up a bit. what do you need to do to get out of the single digits? >> my favorability the last month and a half, got up to six points. i'm articulating a strong vision to make this country the most
pros russ nation on it's. i can tell in iowa i'm going to gain traction. as you know if we look at any presidential cycle, oftentimes it's people who have started off at 3%, 1%, 2%, including donald trump that can win the nomination. so it is a long road, a long journey. >> good luck on the trail, secretary. >> thank you. the only republican lawmakers to represent a district on the mexican border. congressman will hurd is next. the brand-new poll numbers that sets the pate in the presidential race. another 2020 contender is here. stay with us. your allergy pills? most pills don't finish the job because they don't relieve nasal congestion. flonase sensimist is different. it relieves all your worst symptoms, including nasal congestion,
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against the declaration of a national emergency. joining me is the only lawmakers to represent a congressional district on the border. congressman will hurt, thank you for being here. >> i think we're the only two people at south by southwest wearing ties, just for the record. >> i'm sorry to force you to wear a tie. you know there's new numbers showing the number of apprehensions has almost doubled since last year, and more and more of them are families. is this a crisis? we are absolutely dealing with a problem. i think the president become focused on border security is the important. we had $67 billion worth of illegal narcotics coming into the country. i've save this sing 2002, building a 30-foot-high structure from sea to shining sea is the most expensive and least effective.
guess what? the president agrees. what we should be doing is focussing on technology, manpower, physical barriers where it makes sense. we have 654 miles of physical border. this bill has 88 more miles of physical border going in the rio grande area. >> you don't have a problem with that? >> i voted for 220 billion of funding. >> you have 40% in your districts? >> about. i have about 820 miles of the border. so ultimately the issue with the use of the word "emergency" that givers the president certain powers that i believe is -- goes against what our constitution has said. congress, back before i was alive, gave this authority up, that they have the power of the purse to the executive branch in times of an emergency. i think we need to claw that
back. >> many republicans were very critical of the declaration, but only 13 house republicans, including you, voted against the declaration of the national emergency. why? why such a disparity between those who talk about the constitution, and actually putting their money where their mouth is. >> here's why i voted for it. i have multiple military bases in my district. there's a plan to take about $4 billion away from construction at our military bases. in del rio, which is on the border, producing more pilots than any other facility in the united states. there are projects there that take care of the men and women that keep us safe, that would be impacted. we have, what, six months, seven months left in the fiscal year we had a bill that funded border security. we've done 220 billi$220 billioe
last year. we need to be focusing on things like fixing asylum. asylum is being abused. that's why you're seeing an influx of families. we're at south by southwest talking about technology. we should be using more technology. you can put what i call a smart wall along the border on all 2,000 miles in less than a year and gain operational control of the border, which means you know everything that's going back and forth across the border. you voted also for the resolution in the house condemning anti-semitism and hate more broadly. you're the only black republican in the house, nearly two deserts of your colleagues voted against the resolution. a lot of them said it was watered down, but you voted for it. why were you wrong? >> i don't think they were wrong. i voted for it, because you shouldn't hate people, end of story. we learned that in kindergarten. i think many of my colleagues was lodging their being upset it
was watered down, it wasn't narrow. had republicans done that, the entire democratic caucus would have gotten -- gone crazy and goej upset about that. >> to be fair, i mean, your caucus, the republican caucus tolerated a lot of insanely bigoted comments from steve king. >> yeah, but under new leadership, one of the first things that kevin mccarthy did, as soon as they happen, he censured him, took him off his committee. the gentlewoman from minnesota is constituent on the foreign affairs committee. this was similar remarks. you know, we shouldn't hate people. this is 2019. the fact that the democrats tripped up this week dealing with a resolution on condemning anti-semitism is absolutely crazy. we should have been talking about how are we going to make sure wee competitive in 5g against china? how do we make sure we're
working on artificial intelligence? instead we're getting caught up by comments that we should have learned in kind e eergartenkind. you're here to talk about a national strategy for artificial intelligence. you're a former cia officer, on the house intelligence committee. explain why the american people should be concerned. what threat does artificial intelligence pose? >> it's the future. vladimir putin said whoever masters ai will master the world. i think that's the only thing we agree on. we are learning how to grow more crops with less water, with less land, with less energy. we all know about autonomous driving cars. if we don't lead on this, china
will, and that will impact our jobs. we have to make sure our young people are ready for the future. that's one of the things were working on up here. these are one of the issues i'll be talking about here. lastly, you have a famous our infamous, depending on your point of view, friendship with former congressman beto o'rourke who ran for senate last year and lost. if he were to run for president, who would you vote for between beto o'rourke and donald trump? >> my plan is to vote for the republican nominee. >> so president trump over beto o'rourke? >> more likely donald trump will be the candidate. >> i'm pulling -- >> unless beto o'rourke decides to -- >> congressman will hurd, thank you for being here. we appreciate it. our next guest is building a campaign on a single issue, one
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welcome back. tonight my college dana bash and i will be moderating town has with three candidates. he come the governors, two of them just joined the race, hoping to follow a time-honored tradition of moving from the state capitol to the white house. one of them is trying to make a single issue, client change, define his campaign and in fact the race in 2020. that is washington governor jay inslee, who joins me now. thank you for joining us. >> thank you. before i get to climbed change, your rival, elizabeth warren, called out amazon and
other tech giants, calling for sweeping regulations that would break unlarge companies. what do you think of the proposal? he. >> i think we need to do things to protect americans. we've seen spectacular advancement by big companies, but we have to do things to protect americans, one of which is to protect our privacy. a couple days ago we passed one of, if not the best privacy bills in the united states, so our privacy cannot be shopped and commodityized. second, we have to protect our net neutrality. i'm prod proud to have signed the first law that will protect that. third, we have to look at the tax issue where working people are paying a disproportionate amount of the tax burden. i look forward to being involved in those.
>> i guess the interesting, but not really addressing elizabeth warren's bill. her basket premise is amazon, companies like it are too big. do you think it should not be allow to do own whole foods, should not be allowed to own entities like amazon basics? do you agree with that? >> when you do antitrust law, you should set up the lays for the whole economy, not just one company. i'm not sure it should be rifle shots at one company that you decide you don't like. but i do believe it's appropriate to have a review of our antitrust laws. i'm not proposing anything at the moment, but i don't think we should wait for that issue. we need on restrain some of these forces, shutting off access to the net with unfair tax advantaging. i will tell you about this,
something i'm very concerned about. we need to stop corporations from blackmailing local community to get giant tax giveaways or they'll move. we need to stop that race to the bottom. i have some ideas about how to do that. we cannot allow us to be subject to extortion just because a company threatens or jobs if you don't get a billion dollars in tax breaks. i've seen communities victimized by that. it's not just amazon. every corporation in america looks for that. so let's talk about climate change. first of all, what do you say to a voter who hears about your campaign is climate change, and they think he's not serious about running for president. he's just trying to get an issue on the agenda. i would say several things. we are the first generation to feel the sting of climbed change and we're the last generation
that can do something about. we have one shot, that's the next administration. the world is on fire. we have to act. a poll came out saying it's the top priors tied with health care. the third is this is not a single issue. if you care about the economy, the economy is being ravaged by climate change. i've been on a tour looking at the job crazy, solar power in iowa, wind power, so i've been looking at what a tremendous job-creating opportunity it is. it's a national security issue. i met with admiral fallon who talked about the pentagon telling us what a national security threat it is, and now we have trump trying to tear up the intelligence report.
that's got to change. >> so even with all this push on climate change, the most recent data from washington state showed emissions actually increased. why were you not able to bring emoigz down in your state. >> two reasons, we've had the hottest economy, so we have everyone moving to washington state. when you have more people, you have more cars and like, but we have done some good things. we've developed the wind industry in 12 years. we have the largest usage of electric cars in the country. we are moving forward in research and development. two days ago we passed a bill to give 110% clean electricity to folks. we do need to do more. we i have to tame this beast. we know we have the hottest economy in the united states. we're growing jobs in clean
energy. jobs in clean energy today are moving twice as fast as the average in the united states. 9 number one job rate, is solar installer. number two is wind turbine technician. i had republicans in control of our senate and we have a party that denies the existence of climate change, it's kind of hard. i just got a working democratic majority. that's why these bills are now moving. have me back in three months and we'll pop the champagne cork. our new cnn/des moines register policy shows only 38% of likely caucus-goers say they would be satisfied with a straight white male nominee. why are you as a straight white male the right person to lead the democratic party if there's so much skepticism? >> i think i have a humility about being a straight white
male that i have never experienced discrimination like so many do. i've never been a woman talked over in a meeting. so i approached this with humility. that's why i've been so dedicating of advancing justice in our society, making sure that we have as much diversity as possible, and the 2,000 people i've appointed, we have done well, making sure that people work with me have to go through bias training. doing criminal justice reform, where i just offered a pardon to 3,000 people with their marijuana convictions, because that's been part of the racial disparity we've experienced, because of the drug war. during my time in office i've been very, very committed to making this more just, open and tolerant society. that's one reason washington is so successful.
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speak to whatever they are doing. what i can speak to is what i'm doing. >> there are a number of great candidates. there really are. i like to jokingly say may the best woman win. we got to be a part of this amazing thing in texas the last two years, and it continues. we just want to be a part of it.
>> democrats out in full force this weekend at the south by southwest primary, as a new poll in the actual voting part of the state. third and fourth let's discuss with our panel, simone, as a democratic voter, though not an iowaen, what do you make of the most diverse field and two old straight white men are leading the pack. >> i think it's so early, jake. i believe this is largely due to name recognition. so, look, i think democratic voters in iowa know them and they're looking to people they know right now. but it's still early.
i think the polls to look at are post-first debate. >> let's go to eric swalwell. you're under 1%, as some are. >> i was just in iowa last weekend. the number one issue in the post is health care. i say across the state you see the hole llowed-out candy jar, h a photo of somebody. so people in iowa are saying we need a health care plan that covers everybody. >> linda chavez, there's been so much said about how the party is but this poll, only 14% say joe
biden is too conservative. people perceive him as being more moderate. does this surprise you? >> no, it doesn't i think there is a hunger for a centrist candidate. we have the left wing represented well, and now we have obviously on the right president trump, and i think a majority of americans are not in either place. they want somebody more in the center. i think somebody like joe biden may fit the bill. what do you think -- who is the most challenging to president trump? who do you feel would get the nomination? >> someone who can withstand the left side of the party is the most problematic. at the end of the poll, 56 pushes of democrats said they would be very or mostly satisfied if the democratic nominee thinking the united
states should be more socialist. this is starting to remind me of the 2016 field. you have sanders in there saying a lot of things that the people of his party want him to say, and a lot of fragmentation out there in the rest of the field. he could win iowa. he could definitely win new hampshire, and the rout could be on. so the combination of the left within lurch and with his already strong position in iowa, he might actually be the front-runner right now, not bide in. >> that's certainly true. the race is really taking shape. we saw a bunch of candidates say they wouldn't run this week. sherrod brown, hillary clinton, eric holder, michael bloomberg. does -- >> jeff merkley, the senator from oregon. does this suggest to you that people are seeing that joe biden is in the race and it's not
worth running -- he hasn't fully announced, but we all think he will. >> i think for a lot of folks, they're looking at time and money. with 20-plus, 15-plus potentially people in the field, you have to be able to raise the money. you have to have the time to speak to the voters and get people to work for you. these are strategic decisions. i think some of the people you named, all of them would make great presidential candidates, but we have a good feel that's not done being filled out. but the people that are in the race think they could be the president. the other people who are not maybe think this isn't my time. the record that joe biden will get with his record. when he was senator, he opposed bussing, the efforts to integrate schools.
very controversial at the time. in a recent story in "the washington post" was quoted in a story in 1975 saying i do not buy the concept popular in the '60s that we have suppressed the black man, and the white man is ahead. we need to -- to even the race. kamala harris benefited from bussing and integration she was the second class integrate indeed her school. she was asked about the comment. she said, i'll just speak on behalf of myself. there's no question we need to integrate the schools in our country. i do feel at some point she's going to have to confront joe biden in the '720s, because she was a child, in her view, benefiti
benefiting. >> let's look at the black experience today. black students who graduate college still have more student loan debt than white students. black households still see wages lower. we're not doing enough today, and bussing wasn't enough then. >> don't you think -- >> i think they are going to come to terms. my guess is biden will try to fudge it and will try to say, well, it was a different time then, and he's absolutely right about that. there were a lot of democrats at the time who were opposed to racial quotas in colleges, in hiring, and they were opposed to bussing. that changed, but at the time he had those positions, that was not out of the mainstream of the democratic party. so much going on this week, and obviously the democrat it is had to confront the comments by ilhan omar. i want you to listen to how
president trump and speaker pelosi framed the controversial comments. >> the democrats have become an anti-israel party, an anti-jewish party. >> i don't think it watered down the language at all. it isn't about anybody who hates anybody. it's about people who act upon their hate tremendous. she's talking about the resolution against hate. we only have about 90 seconds. >> democrats were spending the week stepping on rakes trying tog wrapped around this. i guess since most of us don't use anti-semitic words on a regular basis, i think the democrats have failed on this issue, and i get flogged whenever donald trump messes up on these issues, and he does, and now the democrats are
failing after flogging donald trump for two years. >> to suggest she's santa semitic i think is just not true. donald trump, people who live in glass houses should not be throwing rocks. >> we are a pro-u.s./israel party, but we can also address issues, where we need to restore that president trump has taken away from palestinians. this week, we passed an update to the voting rights act and last week we passed background check checks. >> almost 60% of hate crimes on the basis of religion were against jews last year. those crimes are up by 37%. the democrats should have been able to speak clearly and resolutely. thank you so much for being here. i hope you all had fun while i'm working during the town has.
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