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barbara bush and the making of political views. an american dynasty. thanks for writing it. brings back the gold standard. thanks for coming in. >> thank you, wolf. he campaigned on this ridiculous >> and remember, don't miss cnn original series, the bush years, 9/9/9 platform where he has the tax rate consistent for this sunday night, 10:00 p.m. everybody. as long as it ended with a nine. eastern only here on cnn. and this is not a serious guy. thanks for watching. >> off the price of a pie. erin burnett "outfront" starts >> because this is trump because right now. he interested in political hacks outfront next breaking news, not the best people. bill barr under pressure ton. he wants people loyal to him. democrats demanding more than >> first of all, he was a just the full mueller report. businessman. he did run a company. and investigators from the and he ran it well. special counsel now going head to head with the attorney >> you think he is qualified to general. plus president trump ready to be on the federal reserve. handout another government gig >> he was on the kansas city fed to a friend. petition. he knows the system to some this time hermann kane wait extent. it's funny the illiana says if until you here the job. the media goes after him. the radio hoeft every democratic candidate for president must sit if? they will. look, obama, bush, every down with. who dotes are does he think has president nominates somebody the best shot for president. with his philosophy. and they should. and deference should be given to >> good evening i'm erin burnett that person. out front bill barr under fire now, i would hope -- i would hope, that if his name has been from the chairman of the house put out there by the president that he has a solid idea that
judiciary committee. the fbi background check came now demanding they provide all out good and fallout that he is communications between barr and going to have to withdraw. mueller. and clear up what nadler says >> i don't know -- i hope you're are disagreements between what right. barr told the american people but he seems to indicate it's in the check. and what mueller really if you're not right it's embarrassing given the sexual. concluded. in as sources tell cnn that >> it would be. >> the inappropriate sexual several mueller investigators behavior. say barr left out crucial >> yes. >> given the age we are dealing with. evidence. and then the "washington post" >> and note the president reports mueller's investigators appoints somebody because he found alarming and significant sees him on fox news a tv show evidence on obstruction. tonight, people who worked on or because the person ran for mueller's investigation people president. who did not leak a detail for nobody on the federal reserve ever ran for president. nearly two years are leaking. they are leaking because they nobody is tv commentators that's think is misleading the american people. nadler is making it clear that a why they are ridiculous choices. subpoena for the full 400 plus it they are political hacks. there are a and i will yan page report or close to 400 commentators who do well but payment report could come at any they are not those two. moment if barr doesn't >> let's look at the fed. cooperate. it's growing pressure and the fed has red to some of the forcing barr to defend himself in an odd way. policies led to the crash, let me read the quote. right. i mean, so why would we put the given the extraordinary public from in the matter, the attorney same old people. >> that's a complete -- general decided to release the report's bottom line findings and his conclusions immediately >> let's say. >> that policies helped to steer without attempting to summarize
us out of the economic crisis the report. with the understanding that the created by the banks that gave report itself will be released after the redaction process. loans in the first place. >> let me start. okay. hold on. i made this comment. you're probably confused. let me get to this point process. the point is we have had the same kind of people all the a four-page blank of a 400 page time. this president said, you know, i report is not a summary. want different perspectives because the government is a four-page summary of the broken. we put the same old as you said conclusions is not a summary in well then what the heck is it? hacks from the same cut and barr is trying to say a summary mold. >> we don't -- trump is putting isn't a summary. and even his colleagues in the hacks on. >> here a guy who ones a trump administration know that the four-page summary that we business. >> wants to bring back the gold all saw is supposed to be a standard. >> and was in the kansas city fed. >> do you want to bring back the summary. >> i've read the barr summary gold standard. >> bob does not want to bring back the gold standard. what everybody else read. i think that's clear. >> i agree in the main it's a >> you know, illiana there is a good zblurm attorney general barr issued a summary of the big development on the special counsel's findings. president -- this is strange. >> barr put out four pages, not crying wolf on the border. 400. because he wanted the world to today. it's very confusing. see it as a summary. he goes from a crisis, getting invaded, an emergency closing it he wanted everyone see the cliff's notes of the report, this week to then maybe a close everybody you need to know is going in a year to now maybe the whole point. mere is the four pages. read it don't bother with the never closing it. just today this is what full report because you read the
summary. that is why trump summarized happened. >> we're going to give them a barr's summary in this way. one-year warning. and if the drugs don't stop or >> it could not have been largely stop, we're going to put better. it said, no obstruction, no tariffs on mexico and if that collusion. no collusion and no obstruction. doesn't stop the drugs, we close the border. >> no inclusion no obstruction. i don't think we'll ever have to no russia, no nothing. close the border, because the penalty of tariffs on cars >> the problem font and see coming into the united states according to some on team mueller, the summary from barr from mexico at 25% will be is simply not accurate. so let's get the truth, whatever massive. it is and let us decide. >> so the operative words we we the american people paid for give a one-ier warning. the report. elected trump president. let's see it for ourselves and this afternoon i don't think we'll have to close the border. not let a summary written by the past few days let's remind someone who was not on the team everybody, here is where he was. by someone who did not write a >> this is a very good word of the 400 pages, by likelihood i'll be closing the someone who wrote the summary border next week. >> i'm telling you right now, we within day and a half of reading will close the damn border. the pages p. manu raju is >> so it's closing right now. to now in a year, to maybe never outfront. and what more is chairman nadler at all. telling you about what he wants what is going on behind the scenes? to do. >> he has questions he needs >> well, you know we have seen the president go through the cycle of making threats and then answers to. he wants the justice department to provide them immediately.
one big question is why the retreating from them. he did it somewhat on the summaries allegedly prepared by the mueller team were not national emergency -- declaring released. a national emergency where he why instead was the four-page reopened the government though letter released? that's part of his demands that he also declared a national he is asking the justice emergency but his threats were a department to answer. bit different. but with the border it's very now, at the same time, he makes it very clear that not just bill interesting. behind the scenes, the president barr will testify before his committee but also the special was getting unanimous advice council robert mueller. from all of the advisers he says that his testimony is including immigration hawks you can't close the berd. inevitable. >> and yes, i think it's the affects on the economy, do inevitable that mr. mueller is going to testify at some point. but the first thing we need is over $600 billion of trade on all the dsh have been the release of the report and the the with mexico. documents. >> you think it's inevitable who would it hurt? mueller comes before your committee. president trump in the end. >> at some point, yeah. i think he was deterred from >> and that's a shift in the rhetoric to before he said just that because of the unanimous advice that he was getting. bill barr would certainly testify before his committee. but that was the second retroet for the president this week. he would wait to see what to do on monday, he signalled he had about robert mueller. but remember that jerry nadler been putting a lot of pressure on republicans to provide a has the subpoenas in his back health care plan after his administration backed the full pocket. his committee authorized use of the subpoenas. repeal of obamacare. i asked him what do you plan on and on monday he said, you know, doing about that now? we'll actually do that after the he said he needs to make sure 2020 election.
they are accommodating to the so i think not a great week for justice department. the president all in all. if it does come time to fight about in in court the courts can be convinced that they had no >> rob, why say we are being option but to issue the subpoenas. invaded since he says it again so at the moment these subpoenas and again. >> and closing the border now? are still in jerry nadler's back now we close it next year. pocket. but expect them to be served if now we're not closing at all. he doesn't get what he wants, erin. >> manu, thank you very much. all he needed to do was listen to one intelligent person around this is a lot to try to figure him to learn he never sawed out. i want to go to senator ryan should have said. >> we can quarrel with the word wyden exactic member of the invaded but we are vlack ehaving intelligence committee. you all have been investigating 1 million apprehensions at the border. 100,000 this month. russia and team trump a long time as well. >> you're not answering my what's your bottom line, question. >> why does he make a threat senator? do you trust that attorney that's ridiculous that he can't keep. >> i think he and most americans general barr accurately summarized the mueller report? are incredibly frustrating with what is g going on at the >> erin, every day that goes by border. there is an absolute emergency there. whether drugs coming in whether without the american people people coming in, whether it's a getting the actual report, the details that you talked about, humanitarian crisis. and nothing is getting done. because congress will not give him anything on this. is indicative of pennsylvania but so now it's look at the cover-up. the fact of the matter is, all political look. people have gotten out of the i think maybe he is smart on this. okay let's put it ahead a year
400 pages is something less than where does that move us to? that moves us to april/may of next year right smack at the 100 words. beginning of the presidential that's not acceptable. and as a membercommittee, i can campaign. >> okay. >> you know this is a great issue for republicans to run on. read documents. >> that valid, keith. >> i thinks in a case of trump i'd be going through any redactions if something was tweeting first and thinking necessary to protect national later which tends to be his m.o. security. but it is time for the american not just in terms of mexico but people to get the facts and not in terms of everything. get less than 100 words. the whole idea of mexico is >> so you use the word cover-up. paying for the wall was an example. given your investigation, do you have any proof to back up that he is always sort of not thinking through his policy plans. claim? and i think in this case the what specifically in the president doesn't have a four-page summary could be the cover-up or a cover-up? solution. he just wants to have a quick fix. as he did when he tried to >> well what is troubling is close -- tried to get people that at this point there's been from africa prevent them from a lot of ducking, for example, coming in the country with on the obstruction of justice issue. you know, what my constituents ebola. he wants to fix obamacare and didn't have a solution. asked me is they say, ron, what he wants to change policy ann on would be the one thing you would want most about the mueller transgender troops but doesn't report? talk to his own pentagon about and i have said, i would like to it. this is who donald trump is. know anything bob mueller found >> immigration next year let's that relates to possible go with frimgs. >> well we'll see if it's a obstruction of justice. strategy. thank you all three.
the chinese government helping so we're missing a big chunk of the woman arrested for lying her the information on the most way into mar-a-lago. the chinese government. crucial issues. >> all right. so i want to play it for you is china the biggest security threat to the united states? big are than russia? what republican senator john kennedy said about bill barr and radio hoeft charlamagne tha today. and see if you agree given what god. you said. here is senator kennedy. a his show a must do for >> i think bill barr is a -- is democratic candidates. >> have you ever smoked. a straight shooter. even if you don't agree with >> i have. that assessment he is certainly process and i did inhale. et clearer. and stay clearer. not a moran. i mean he is going to release as most patients who saw 90% much of the report as he clearer skin at 28 weeks stayed clearer through 48 weeks. possibly can. >> do you agree he is a straight tremfya® may lower your ability to fight infections shooter? do you agree you are getting as and may increase your risk of infections. much of the report as he before treatment, your doctor should check you for infections and tuberculosis. possibly can? >> let's stick to the facts. if you look at what bob barr tell your doctor if you have an infection or have symptoms such as: fever, sweats, chills, muscle aches or cough. mass said with respect to before starting tremfya® presidential authority, bob barr tell your doctor if you plan to or have recently received a vaccine. has basically said a president tremfya®. stay clearer. is almost above the law. janssen can help you explore cost support options. i mean, he pretty much took a -- >> the obstruction of justice. >> he took a position, obstruction of justice in his confirmation hearing. i like john kennedy.
but i can tell you, i don't think bob barr's word on these kinds of issues is acceptable when the american people want the real report. >> so i want to drill down a bit on something manu just said. mueller's team -- and a lot of people may not be aware. but according to the "new york times" mueller's team was ready. this is the 400 panls. and by the way, bill barr, here sorry, is that too loud?oud. tremfya®. stay clearer. you don't need any more hormones in your house. are multiple summaries of the report, giving him options. that's why you chose kraft natural cheese. according to the "new york made with fresh milk without the added hormone rbst. times." obviously with he know bill barr did not use any of thimm. it's cheese as it should be. he didn't work with the mueller team to edit any of those summaries. he didn't do that. you wouldn't accept an incomplete job he wrote his own. from any one else. again, senator, his reason in why accept it from your allergy pills? part today, given the flonase sensimist relieves all your worst symptoms, extraordinary public interest in the matter, the attorney general including nasal congestion, decided to release the report's which most pills don't. bottom line findings and his and all from a gentle mist you can barely feel. flonase sensimist. conclusions immediately without attempting to summarize the report. i've made it clear where we stand on that be -- with the understanding the report it seven would be released after the redaction process. do you read anything into the
fact that there were multiple summaries and bill barr did not choose to at least use one of them and work with the mueller team to edit it. >> for first of all, the fact that you now vermont people from the mueller team going to you all in the press and raising questions about how they feel bob barr has not accurately conveyed what they worked. that in and of itself ought to be troubling. but the wau you resolve all of the differing views is you put it out for the american people to say in an unfiltered way consistent with protecting national security. and you certainly don't say 70 words or there base is sufficient then you call it a day. >> before we go, senator i want to ask you about a development, developing news michael cohen, his attorneys tell lawmakers that cohen has discovered substantial files on a hard drive that could be helpful to investigators, sort of surprised me. because they have the whole fbi raid. i don't -- i guess there is another drive. i mean it's shocking on its face.
but he is saying a substantial amount of information. he is asking to delay the start of his prison sentence in order to have time to review them and share them with lawmakers. you can barely feel. the latest inisn't just a store.ty it's a save more with a new kind of wireless network store. should congress take him up on this deal and allow him to delay the sentence? >> i'd have to know more about it's a look what your wifi can do now store. that, erin. but let me be clear on the issue today that people are asking a get your questions answered about. and that's the president's tax by awesome experts store. it's a now there's one store that connects your life returns. the president apparently said tonight that he didn't have the like never before store. inclination -- i think those were his words to give out his the xfinity store is here. and it's simple, easy, awesome. tax returns. >> yeah. >> this is not a matter of the president's inclinations. this is a matter of federal law. under what's equalled section 6103 the internal revenue service is required to make the tax returns available to the new tonight, democrats ways and means committee, also demanding answers. the finance committee where i house oversight committee kmarm serve. and i think that's going to be elijah cummings meeting with the an important point going forward. secret service over the security >> right, that they shall breach at president trump's release them. i know is the word that's going mar-a-lago. this as the chinese government to make it pretty hard for is now helping the woman
arrested for illegally entering secretary mnuchin to not do so for the time frame you mar-a-lago. the with four cell phones and a requested. thank you very much. thumb drive with malicious next president trump packing the fed flounz he is naming software. xiong told secret service agents that her chinese friend charles hermann cain to the federal reserve. does the president want his told her to travel to mar-a-lago frentds to save him from what he for a specific event when there calls his biggest threat. was no event. plus chiends nationals trying to but according to the washington pds there is a chinese man who gain access to president trump goes by the name dr. charles, a in florida. how? and his radio show is a must man the post reports has taken stop for 2020 democrats. and you may not know who he is selfies with trump in the brktd but you have certainly heard his at mar-a-lago. and there is also cindy yang, photographed with trump at one interviews. of his florida golf clubs during >> pretty much you like chick. a super bowl party. >> i do not approve of heir she denied allegations of sell politics but i kind of approve of heir chicken. access to trump and yang is the florida owner of the massage parceler where trump's friend was arrested for soliciting prostitution. all this amid growing security concerns at trump's properties with retirement planning and advice for what you need today like mar-a-lago. kate bennett out front. and tomorrow. >> the case of making it into a because when you're with fidelity,
there's nothing to stop you from moving forward. club with four cell phones aba thumb drive containing malware is perhaps the most alarming indicator of how accessible the president of the united states might be to members and guests allowed to enter the property. know trump was golfing at his course a few miles away when xiong's entry was foiled by a receptionist at a welcome desk inside the main building, the president was there that evening, having dinner on the main patio with dozens of others seated at a table with his wife melania trump, according to a member present as he often is because when you're with fidelity, when he is in town. the same patio trump and plants capture co2. what if other kinds of plants captured it too? japanese prime minister shinzo abe were dining on when north if these industrial plants had technology korea conducted a ballistic missile test in early 2017. that captured carbon like trees we could help lower emissions. mar-a-lago club members and guests watching in you a as the carbon capture is important technology - two conferred with aides about how to respond. and experts agree. one club member quickly posted that's why we're working on ways to improve it. pictures of it all on facebook. so plants... can be a little more... would you, the center of the like plants. action, he wrote.
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for months he has been slamming >> well, better than that? the fed for interest rate everybody who trump meets with policy. >> we need a little help from fl is essentially an adviser. the fed. >> i think the rate is too high. and they go back to their rooms. and i would love to get into i think we have more of a fed their computers, into their problem than a problem with anyone else. >> the biggest threat is the wi-fi you'd find out the real policy on china. fed, because the fed is raising and frngly, erin, the chinese are robbing us blind and have rates too fast. >> i think the fed is far too been for the last 40 years. but mar-a-lago is an opportunity stringent. they cannot pass up. and they're making a mistake and it's not right. and they have caught somebody using -- somebody fairly obvious >> outfront now a member of and clumsy but it's the talented president trump's 2020 re-elect ones who are getting through, i would imagine, and collecting advisory count and keith unicycle boykin and elena intelligence like never has been collected. >> wow. bob baer, thank you. johnson. politico correspondent. >> thank you. >> next the interviews make some hermann kane a couple weeks ago of the presidential campaign a couple weeks nominated stephen begz headline charlamagne tha moore. an ally, ar active surrogate on god, my guest, what's his secret to getting politicians to let television. what do you make ever the down their guard. >> i'm dating somebody special. decisions? it's clear. >> cory booker got a boo. he rememberen kane is a friend. >> plus bernie sanders dodging >> it's clear president trump questions about releasing taxes. wants those sharing his view of
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breakfast club radio show, best selling author and his interviews with the candidates are getting all the buzz. >> so bernie 44 out of 45 presidents in the country white men. do you think we need another one? >> i think you need this one. >> have you ever smoked. >> i have. >> okay. >> and i -- and i inhale. i did inhale. >> you did inhale. >> i'm dating somebody that's really special so. >> oh. cory booker got a boop what about chick fil-a. >> you like it. >> i do not approve of their politics but kind of approve of their chicken. >> you my kind of guy. >> all right. and charlamagne is with me now. >> what's up be erin. >> how are you this is -- you get those moments. what do you think it is that makes them all -- they've got to come in and talk to you. >> i think they all call are come in because of our large audience. breakfast club licensed to by 4
million, 5 million weekly. we have a big following on the internet. the youtube page is massive followers at breakfast club am pmt i got to give the credit to the large listening audience they want to show up. >> i'm asking but some of the moments we played. but i don't think people to think that's all it is. knows are moments that get buzz and everybody talks about. but you talk about some serious type topics. >> okay. >> here are examples. >> i think black people just have questions for people who may no not know who you are. basic questions like they say they want to know what did you do to hurt black people as a prosecutor? >> because you said you regret some things. a truancy program got a lot of things did you lock anybody up? does cory book ver a specific agenda for black people? and what is it. >> why does it seem like this week you have been gojing the represent arations horse. >> tough questions. so. >> who. >> mo has been the least comfortable talking about race so far. >> i would have to say probably
cory booker. only because it didn't seem like cory had an answer at the time. because i think for a long time you know democrats have gotten the loyalty of the african-american community and they've gotten that loyalty but haven't really done anything in return. so now you have a lot of black people saying, no, we want to know what you're doing specifically for black people. we want to know what type of agenda you have for african-americans. i think early on a lot of the candidates didn't see that kind of energy coming. they just weren't prepared. you know, they've been used to just saying, hey, vote for me i'm the opposite is whatever is on the other side. and black people have been loyal to the democrats for a long time for no reason. so fink early on cory came early. before like even the represent arations conversation that really started and people started asking about the black agenda. and i think he just wasn't prepared. >> i want to play a little bit more of kamala harris on this issue. because you bring up sort of why is she saying certain thing.
let me play the exchange. >> i think the best greens you ever have had i have had had people asked me to make their greens for the christmas part. >> i'm holding you to that they are turning that in the sound bites. that's one of the times you are pandering to black people but i'm black. >> you are black. >> eye and i'm proud of black. i was born black and die being black and proud of it. i'm not making excuses for anybody. because they don't understand. >> what did you think when she was talking about race? >> i felt she was genuine because she has no reason not to me. sometimes i think we look at politicians and just think they are bsing so much so when she says that you're looking at it come on you don't cook kohl reported reasons but then why wouldn't she? why wouldn't she? >> so when it comes to these moments, right, cory booker talking about now we know rose ar owe dawson when he made the compensate about a boo.
and the chick fil-a exchange with mayor pete. who felt most comfortable in the setting. >> mayor pete. >> this isn't like the cnn townhall format. >> yeah. >> some of these guys this is uncharted. >> yeah, mayor pete. not even close. >> really. >> kamala seemed comfortable. but i just really like mayor pete. i think mayor pete is very authentic and honest. it's little things like that like you know, even though he is a member of the lgbt community, not just you know pandering and saying, you know, i don't like chick fil-a, i hate chick fil-a. chick fil-a has -- it's good. for him to see the nuance and say i don't like the politics and but i like the chicken. he said something else about m and m appear m&m has homophobic yeah but he also empowers me being a white guide are guy from the midwest. he can see the gnawens.
that's honest and authentic. >> what would you ask president trump if he was on the show tomorrow. >> that's a great question that i've never given any thought though. to be totally honest. like that would be one of the times whereland i would have to bring in all my brain trust and let's really have the conversation. because i think -- honestly anything -- it's pointless to have a conversation with guy like that don't you think? >> but you were saying -- and this is dsh when we were talking before you came out. >> he is the most insecure man in the world. >> you were saying you think he does care what people think about him. >> absolutely. that's all a front. that wholly don't give a f attitude that's a deflection. he is probably the most insecure man in america. he goes home at night and cries regardless of how much money he has, regardless of the position of power he is in there is things he candidate change. maybe he don't like the size of his hands. i'm serious. something about him making him insecure. because he is a bully. we all had enough experience was bullies in our life to know that
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community. >> reporter: reverend joe darby is an naacp leader in south carolina, a state where the black vote is crucial in the democratic primary, and a state sanders lost by nearly 50 points to hillary clinton. >> he did not do very well in south carolina? >> no, he didn't. >> reporter: overall, in 2016, sanders lost black voters to clinton by an average of nearly 57 percentage points in states where there were exit polls. >> thanks to what i'm seeing tonight, we're going to do just fine here in south carolina. >> reporter: this time around, he has already made changes to his approach, in part by getting personal about his connection to civil rights. >> my years here in chicago gave me the opportunity to become involved in the civil rights movement. >> reporter: sanders has filled his schedule with travel to selma, alabama, to commemorate the anniversary of bloody sunday, in south carolina for the martin luther king jr. holiday. >> we now have a president of the united states who is a
racist. >> reporter: he also named black leaders to prominent roles within his campaign, and made a specific push to address issues of specific concern to african american voters. this month he appeared with south carolina congressman james clyburn to out the a plan to increase funding to community health centers. >> that impacts people all across this country, and in fact impacts people of color even more. >> reporter: clyburn believes efforts from sanders are important to grow his support. could that resonate with him in a primary? >> it should. i hope it does. i really believe that people ought to give just do to people who do things. >> reporter: while the sanders strategy shift is apparent, it's too early to tell if it is paying off. his raucous rallies typically draw predominantly white crowds, even in a city such as charleston where nearly half the population is black. darby's advice to sanders, make sure his proposals directly address the concerns of black
voters. >> a rising tide floats all boats. but if racial prestigious has put your boat a mile inland, it's still going to be hard to float. >> reporter: and one of the things that frustrates bernie sanders supporters who are african american is that they believe his policies would really resonate with the african community, but somehow he is having a hard time communicating with them on their level. what they're recommending is that sanders talk to african american voters as opposed to talking at them. he is going to try and do that tomorrow here in new york city at al sharpton's national action conference, which takes place here. and his aides tell me, erin, that he is still putting the finishing touches on that speech. >> all right, brian, thank you very much. and next, a stunning admission by boeing. >> we own it. and we know how to do it. walk it off look. one more mile look. reply all look.
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moments. tom foreman is "outfront." >> reporter: the report says the trouble starts right after takeoff, with airspeed and altitude readings from the left side of the 737 max 8 that don't match the readings from the right side, and two sensors on the front disagreeing about the angle of the aircraft's nose. the sensor on the right shows steady readings around 15 degrees, but the one on the left swings wildly, from 11 to nearly 75 degrees steep as if the plane is rocketing upward. those readings are false, but they appear to trigger the mcas system, an on board computer which starts pulling the nose down. if the plane were climbing steeply, that would prevent a stall. but because it is climbing normally, the system erroneously starts pushing it toward the ground. the report does not name mcas, but boeing has now acknowledged it was involved. the captain asks the first officer to pitch up together, to pull back on their controls
simultaneously. it does not work. instead the flight data recorder shows the plane diving, in all four times without pilots' impact. an impact warning sounds in the cockpit, don't sink, don't sink. >> the you performed all the procedures repeatedly provided by the manufacturer but was not able to control the aircraft. >> reporter: the crew even figures out what was wrong and disables the mcas system. then the captain asks his first officer about a key part of the plane needed to regain control, the trim. the reply, it is not working. less than six minutes in, once again, the aircraft began pitching nose down, eventually reaching 40 degrees, and it slams into the ground with 157 people on board at nearly 600 miles an hour. it is all eerily similar to the crash of an identical jet near
indonesia last fall, killing 189 people. even though this is just a preliminary report which does not find a probable cause, boeing is promising a software update for mcas, some additional safety measures, and trying to regain confidence. >> along with educational materials that pilots want in the wake of these accidents will eliminate the possibility of unintended mcas activation and prevent an mcas-related accident from ever happening again. >> reporter: still, only a couple of years ago boeing was talking about how it appreciated the government's new streamlined approach to regulation, particularly in regard to the development of the max line of planes. and now these planes are surrounded by investigations into how they were put together, how they were inspected, how they were tested and certified, and frankly, whether people can ever trust them again. erin? >> tom, thank you very much. just so horrible to imagine
those final moments. thank you for joining us. anderson is next. good evening. we have new information tonight on the story that we first reported last night and that "the new york times" first broke. sources familiar with the conversations telling us that several people on robert mueller's team are frustrated about how attorney general william barr, the nation's top law enforcement official characterized some of the special counsel's unreleased report. they reportedly contend that his four-page summary glossed over potentially damaging information in the full report about the president's actions. our pamela brown has new details on that. she joins us in just a minute or two. but first, how the president and his supporters are reacting to the