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ndurus. >> custom and border protection says several detention centers are well over capacity. the city of brownsville, texas, for instance, is averaging 300 people per day being released by federal authorities. >> we have a team of cnn reporters covering this this morning this morning. we start with cnn national correspondent natasha chen. tell us where you are. >> we are outside a port of entry here where, yesterday, we were seeing a lot of people go back and forth on daily errands. we were also talking to the city of brownsville, city manager, about 30, 40 miles away from where we are standing now. they have been observing a lot of migrants being dropped off by customs and border protection over the last couple of weeks. at first, it was about 50 people per day but in the last few days, it's really ramped up. the city has seen, on average,
300 migrants per day being dropped off by cbp. a lot of nonprofits there are assisting and receiving though migrants. they say some are showing up with no paper work and they have had to call cbp to meet with some of these people to have them processed. here is what the city manager of brownsville told us yesterday. >> i firmly believe the support the federal government can provide us can exceed what it is today and that is, first of all this is not an emergency in the eyes of the federal. it leaves us on our own at our grande floor to help these families transition through irks and what the hi is doing right now to help those migrants transition is provide them cell phones sometimes and help them contact family members in the u.s. and get them bus tickets to their next destination. he is trying to avoid a situation where the city of
brownsville becomes any sort of permanent shelter for these migrants. >> natasha chen there in mcallister, t, thank you. >> democratic presidential candidate beto o'rourke is focusing on border issues and. >> he talked about immigration and a key issue for him moving forward in the campaign but not the only thing he addressed here. he says there needs to be -- he wants to look at the unprecedented concentration he says of power and wealth. he said that right here in the state capital, of course, hoping to get to the nation's capital again. this time in the oval office. >> reporter: el paso. >> must get to universal guaranteed high quality health care. >> reporter: houston.
>> and those understand climate change better than anybody else in this country. >> reporter: austin, texas. >> every woman makes their own decisions. >> reporter: three stops to officially kick off his bid for the u.s. presidency in his home state. beto o'rourke started with his wife amy and three children by his side in the shadow of the u.s./mexico border, his hometown where he is described as. >> a son of the border! >> reporter: a commercial flight. >> you have not seen this yet. >> reporter: a road trip. >> no! >> reporter: and more than 12 hours of campaigning later. he ends in the shadow of the state capital. >> thank you, austin! and thank you texas for what you have done! joot fo >> reporter: the former congressman announced to run for the highest office via video two weeks ago and immediately he hit the road to hit early voting states targeting areas won by president obama in 2012, then
president trump in 2016. >> many democrats have made empty promises for us. can you assure to us you will not make those empty? >> reporter: the very questions driving with him in the conversation in the early states is driving the issues addressed at his rallies on official launch day. >> and let's remember that every single one of us, including those who are just three or four blocks from here, detained under the international bridge that connects us with mexico behind chain link fence and barbed wire that they are our fellow human beings. >> reporter: one day earlier, o'rourke visited the international bridge between el paso and horace, mexico, hundreds of migrants and children included have been held by u.s. authorities. the same day he tweeted this -- president trump said. >> so there is a very good likelihood that i'll be closing the border next week. >> reporter: and while o'rourke did not directly address trump's threat, he told supporters.
>> they have used fear and division in the same way that our current president uses fear and division. >> reporter: o'rourke is joining a crowded field of democrats vying for the party's nomination, officially launching in the very state where he proved power in fund-raising, raising $80 million in a senate race against ted cruz in the midterms and election and he ultimately lost by three points. >> how are we feeling, houston? >> reporter: now in a campaign for 2020, o'rourke said he has raised $6.1 million in the first 24 hours. it's the highest of any of the current democratic candidates. >> are you with me on this? are you in for the fight? >> reporter: so you see in those three stops, he has listed off a number of issues and a number of changes that he wants to see. not quite detailing exactly how he'll get there.
something that his critics often point out. next up, he'll northbound austin this morning and then he heads to new york, d.c., as well as iowa. >> leyla santiago, thank you so much. the president says weak immigration laws could be fixed easily if democrats cared about crime. >> near the president's resort in mar-a-lago, florida, we have sarah westwood to talk about that and more. good morning to you, sarah. >> reporter: good morning. president trump clearly fixated on the situation down at the border as he spends his weekend here in west palm beach. he is once again threatening to close down the border between the u.s. and mexico all or part of it if he doesn't get cooperation for mexico to do more to stop the flow of undocumented immigrants over the southern border. it's not the first time he has threatened to do so but the first time he is attaching a
deadline to it. he is saying he'll close the border by next week if he doesn't get more results from mexico. here is what he wrote yesterday. what is really causing the strain is uninspected families over the border at their facility were not designed to handle this type of immigration flow. they say the status quo is unacceptable and cbp is calling for congressional action. that's a message that trump echoed yesterday when he wrote, it would be so easy to fix and very stupid democrat immigration laws. in less than one hour and then a vote the problem would be solved. but the dems don't care about the crime. they don't want any victory for
trump and the republicans even if good for the usa. this weekend the state department announcing it will be stopping aid to guatemala, honduras and el salvador. it appears that the state department finally making good on that directive. cbp says it's on track to apprehend more people at the border this month. any month since 2008. clearly the situation on the border getting worse with trump making that threat and the state department severing aid to those northern triangle countries. it's clear the administration is moving closer toward a more dramatic response. >> sarah westwood, thank you. joining me now is cnn political analyst julian zeleny and historian and professor at princeton university and siraj hasmi from "the washington
examiner." gentlemen, welcome back. julian, let's start with what is new this morning about the ending of funding and aid to el salvador and honduras and guatemala. is this what he with you is a in special olympics he moved to see that he wants to stop but really congress's purview and it's not going to end? >> he is going to get a lot of push backfrom congress over there. they have firm control over the purse. the president has some wiggle room but the argument by doing this you cut the funds that actually allow for regional cooperation to deal with immigration problems and also will take money away from nonprofits that actually help alleviate the demand to cross the border. so i think you're going to have a lot of pushback from congress. but as we have seen, executive
power lets president trump do a lot of things with money that many americans don't always agree with. >> siraj, i ask this -- i'm not being flippant here -- how does he expect these countries to keep their respective people inside their country? what is he expecting these governments to do? close their borders? >> well, that probably was the expectation during the 2018 migrant crisis that happened earlier right before the midterm election. you know? mexico was trying to basically close off their borders to the migrants but they ended up pushing their way through any ways. you know? if trump actually wants to solve the problem cutting off funding to the northern triangle might not be the best way of doing it. if he is actually keen on actually solving the immigration crisis, he would probably have to do more to enforce our borders along the mexico line, as well as stop basically the
use of sanctuagarctuary cities number of documented are housed and potentially a lot of criminals because they at least have held, you know, cover under there. but that is only part of the problem. >> what statistic do you have to cite that? >> i'm citing the number of cases that have happened in san francisco where a number of migrants who have actually committed crimes have been guaranteed protection under sanctuary laws. >> it seems like a broad brush. let me come to you, julian, about the closing of the border which could happen this week. the president said last week on friday, he has said that before has threatened to close the border before, has not done it. other presidents have done similar things. what is the precedent here? >> sure. lbj did it after the kennedy assassination. reagan did it in 1985 which a dea official was killed and there was an essential closure
of the border. closest comparison, richard nixon in 1969 shut down the policies. those are the three precedents. the other time we start to close down the board is after 9:00. those are the bases upon i assume he would try to make this move. >> we saw the video of there of press trump talking about potentially closing down the border and over his shoulder was senator marco rubio. no one expected him to jump in and interrupt the president as he was speaking but where are the senate republicans on this plan to potentially shut down the border this week? >> congressional republicans aren't really huge fan of basically shutting down the border. if they were going to move on any immigration policies in congress, it would have been under the two years in which they held the house and senate.
so now the democrats control the house. a lot of republicans are going to try to make the issue and punt it over to the democrats like trump is doing now by blaming democrats for not wanting to fix the issue and pointing out that there is, you know, skyrocketing undocumented crossings into the united states. so, yeah, on et face maybe a lot of congressional republicans will say a crisis at the border politically speaking and try to make the issue about democrats not wanting to fix it but deep down inside, they don't want to fix it either. >> i think a good point. the president tweets out these are democrat-inspired laws. we can put the tweets up here. thes r republicans have had the house' senate two years and did not change the laws. i guess i'm answering the question. is it a difficult sell now to say that it would be so easy if democrats play along when they had the speakership just a few months ago? well, look. they actually were playing along
before the closure of government and the fight over the border wall, there was a bipartisan agreement to provide more money to deal with facilities, to deal with the shift we are seeing from individual men trying to come into the country to families and to actually upgrade our facilities and provide more human power to deal with processing and that all got stifled because of the president's insistence on the wall. so there is some evidence there is a bipartisan agreement on upgrading and revamping border security so that we can actually deal with this problem that we are facing. so in some ways it's the president who really has to decide if he wants to address the crisis, rather than the congress. >> julian zeleny and siraj hasmi, thank you both. >> thank you. >> thank you. a federal judge is calling president trump's push to open up the atlantic ocean to offshore drilling illegal. hum.
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an uber ride. >> a memorial fund has been established in josephson's memory. a big win for environmentalists this morning. a federal judge has blocked president trump's executive order to allow offshore drilling in the arctic ocean. this ruling restores an obama era ban preventing drilling in certain in the atlantic ocean. cnn legal analyst joey jackson is with us now. i want to read to you what the judge said here, joey. if i'm understanding this right, the judge contends one executive order cannot override into the executive order? is that right? >> good morning, christi. a little more complicated than that but we will try to make it simple, right? law 101.
presidents use executive orders and historically used them an executive orders have the force and effect of law. but you have to be careful because there are times where that executive order treads on what powers congress has. and to that extent, you can certainly challenge it. right? so what happened here is you might remember trump defying president trump's use of executive orders and it has to go through congress and what are you talking about and particularly as it relates to immigration and we shouldn't use executive orders. lo and behold trump's hundred days he had more than in 72 years, truman. as it related to this, obama signed an executive order basically withdrawing lands that could not be explored and not be drilled. and so in essence the judge is not speaking to the issue of whether one executive order can override another. it can. the judge is speaking to the issue of what the actual law says and what the law says is
that a president can withdraw lands from consideration. however, in order for any other president, now that they have been withdrawn to revoke that, that is in congress's domain. so it would require an act of congress in order for president trump to now say, we are open for business, these lands can now be explored, et cetera, et cetera. and so, therefore, it cannot be done, that is drilling cannot be done until congress says so. his executive order declared null and void and as a result of that, it's a big win for the environmentalist. >> you have to think the trump administration is going to appeal this and appeal to congress to override, yes? >> yes. very good point. and to in serterms of your firs point i believe there will be an appeal. this is the ninth circuit and we have 13 circuit courts throughout the country. circuit courts are only appellate courts, right? the court you get to before you get to the supreme court. in this particular jurisdiction covering alaska that is the ninth circuit.
while this was a district court judge the judge will appeal this to the ninth circuit and see what and appellate court has to say. in addition to that, second point in your question is going to congress. now you can go to congress but remember the democrats certainly control the house of representatives and it takes two branches of government to make law and to get to the president. i think going to congress would not be a viable option at this point. >> joey jackson, thank you for making it all understandable for us. we appreciate that. >> thank you. happy sunday, christi. >> you too. thanks, joey. >> there is new fallout after a woman alleges that former vice president joe biden inappropriately kissed her on the back of the head in 2014. what 2020 candidates are saying now. -i call it my comfortable future plan. -it's our confident forever plan. -welcome to our complete freedom plan. -it's all possible with a cfp professional. ♪
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this morning, 2020 candidates are addressing the unwanted kiss allegation involving former vice pesident joe biden. >> i read the op-ed last night, i believe. and joe biden needs to give an answer. >> i believe we need to live in a nation where people can hear her truth. >> former nevada politician lucy flores is seen in this picture with vice president biden and actress eva longoria there claiming that biden kissed kid the back of her head in 2016 and said the kiss made her feel uneasy and gross and confused. >> biden spokesperson responded with this statement.
>> back with us is cnn political analyst julian zeleny and siraj hasmi. >> let's start with the statement from biden spokesperson. what stood out to me that is third person. that is not from the former vice president. in this age of mea culpa to the camera here is why and is that scuff and is that enough? >> i don't think it will end the story.
the last week has raised a lot of issues for senator biden or former vice president biden and i think he is going to have to address many of them and this one in particular, if the story continues, if the questions continue. i don't think a spokesperson will be enough. this gets to the heart of some of the concerns with the biden candidacy and i don't think this will quell the concern. >> so, you know, biden -- vice president biden has been criticized for this before in many different aspects over the years. he also ais a man who says he supports women and with that said, siraj, does this signal to him we are living in a different era, he may be doing things differently at this particular time. may we see a different vice president biden if he hits the campaign trail? >> yes and one that is capable of evolution and change and
biden is no exception to that. also he suffered from an al franken problem who in late 2017 a photo surfaced of his groping a woman while she was asleep and franken then resigned from being a senator in minnesota. biden hat same problem where there are a number of visual instances of him being visually engaging women and making them uncomfortable. chris koontz daughter or ownrri hatch's granddaughter. while it doesn't may not meet the standard of, say, a harvey weinstein or the multiple allegations against president trump and the women who have accused him of sexual misconduct, it certainly is, obviously, isn't good for him. >> yeah. it's interesting that you point out that franken comparison
because senator kirsten gillibrand is still getting harsh responses from senate democrats about her handling of that back in 2017. julian, to you. democrats holding themselves to a higher standards on issues like this. we have heard from senator warren, we have heard from former secretary castro. do you expect we will have to hear from the rest of the field moving forward? >> i expect you will because it's not simply about biden and this one incident. it's the first presidential primary in the post me too movement and these issues have been elevated from the personal conduct of officials to the broader issues of sexual harassment and such. so i think candidates want to speak about this. it's not all political. it's also part of the principle arguments democrats are trying to make and, again, this field that we already have is one of the most diverse fields in political history, including the
number of women who are running. so i think a lot of candidates are going to talk about this and i think people want answers about what this incident was about and is there any more to know about biden? >> candidates are going to want answers. this is a conversation that has been had many times in a campaign. as you said, with president trump, with president clinton. julian, historically, significantly, how much does this affect a presidential campaign? >> it could have a huge effect, especially for someone who is not officially running yet, let's remember, because any kind of issue, remember, gary hart who was a democratic candidate faced a bibig scandal like this involve a relationship in the campaign and brought down the whole campaign. this can magnified especially if it's connected with a me too
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this morning, after the prosecutor said she welcomes an outside review of her handling of the incident. >> cnn's nick watt is live from chicago. nick, what new are you learning this morning? >> reporter: well, a statement came out from the chicago police superintendent eddie johnston which it seems like he just wants to move on. he said, listen. the state prosecutors are our partners in fighting crime and that will not change. let's read you a little bit from that statement. he said as the state's attorney said clearly mr. schmollest was not exonerated. i stand i didn't the work of the detectives who worked on this case as well as the conclusions of the independent jury. now that word "independent" might be slightly barbed if we parse into this thing. maybe he is suggesting the state's attorney wasn't entirely independent but it seems like they want to move on. chief superintendent eddie johnson was very, very annoyed
by this. he still thinks jussie smollett orchestrated this entire hoax. listen. he says that it has cost them so many man hours, dozens of detectives, weeks of work and that is why they are asking jussie smollett for over $130,000 that they may or may not get. but we will find out tomorrow how the rank in file police here in chicago feel about this. the fraternal order of police have ordered a meeting tomorrow morning. they are having buses to bring in a protest. it's interesting to see how many people show up at that and how the rank in file police feel. but the message from the superintendent appears to be, listen. we have got a job to do and crime to fight in this city and enough of this. let's agree to disagree perhaps
but stress that jussie smollett has not been exonerated and let's just move on. guys? >> all right. nick watt, thank you so much. jussie smollett was a no show in last niceght's naacp awards in hollywood. >> chris rock took aim at the actor. >> reporter: jussie smollett did not win at the 50th naacp image awards. he was up for outstanding actor for his drama role on "empire. >> that doesn't mean he wasn't on people's minds even though we didn't see him. that is evident during the second half of the show when chris rock took the stage to present the award for outstanding comedy series. >> they said no jussie smollett jokes! i know! i know! what a waste of light scandal, you know? you know what i could do with
that scandal? that curly hair mockery would be out of here! [ bleep ] running hollywood! that's no -- no -- what the hell was he thinking? from now on, i ain't never -- you jesse from now on. you don't get the "u" no more! that ""u" was respect. you get no respect from me. >> threw her support behind the "empire" actor but the vast majority of the show focused on the honorees and not on the jussie smollett drama.
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are stronger now. they are going to the final four. they had to get through purdue first. carsen edwards carrying purdue with 42 points. the rest of the team scored just 33. his ten three-pointers pushed him past steph curry's record through the first four games of the tournament. it still wasn't enough. virginia down two with five seconds to go and their missed free throw turns into a loose ball scramble. look at kihei clark chase itting down and awareness to make a pass to half-court to lamont and he nails it. his only field goal in the entire second half. jaw dropping play and look at carsen edwards with that smile. wow! we are going to overtime! it was purdue and carsen edwards fighting to tie it up. carsen pushes it up the court but his pass sails out of bounds to his teammate going with it. purdue's tournament dream sails
away. out comes the water bottle shower. a great part of celebration in hoops. they are making history and returning to the final four for the first time in 35 years! gonzaga down in the final seconds occupy west and the whistle blows and gonzaga gets a technical foul. what happened? watch josh perkins guarding the inbounds pass and reaches over the inbound line and united kingdom do that. that is a technical and texas tech seals the game and can you imagine the senior is devastated coming to the realization he may have just played his last game in college. >> it's a family atmosphere, you know? and we are going into the real world now. so best years might have life! >> you feel for that kid now. texas tech coach chris beard made history taking the red raiders to the final four for the first time in school
history! he has racked up seven tournament wins the last two years and prior to that, the school had only eight all time! the rest of the final four determined later today. first auburn and kentucky and all s.e.c. matchup. zion williamson and duke taking on michigan state and brings us back to this guy right here. this beautiful man. the cinderella story of our own! >> look at the smile! >> he should be smiling! >> i don't know how to explain this, i really don't. >> this is incredible. sent an email last late night. victor is doing even better. he shot all the way up to 28th place out of 42,000 some people across the country in our cnn eight bracket challenge. this is unbelievable. you picked duke and kentucky to win today and duke to win it all. victor dahow does it feel? >> every time i wake up and i'm doing better than i did the day
before and i don't remember the teams i don't. i don't! i picked duke to win it all and filled in everybody else. >> that's how you do it, people! >> he told us yesterday how he used -- you -- i went to find you a bottle of gin at this nice liquor store. we don't carry that. that is really good stuff! >> he doesn't drink! >> i wish i had a better story. i really do. let's see how long this lasts. >> you are the best. that is what it is. >> victor blackwell! >> thanks, guys. coy wire, thank you. >> thank you, coy. listen. you knew it was something. "saturday night live" opening the show with their take on the mueller report. >> this sketch imagines president trump's reaction to the findings. watch. >> here attorney general barr and officials from the justice department and esteemed members of congress. >> hey, guys. william barr here! you might want to sit down for this one!
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