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puerto rico should get any more simple. easy. awesome. xfinity, the future of awesome. stood up to president trump about how he denied the death toll from hurricane maria. are you willing to stand up against president trump's refusal to give puerto rico any additional relief? >> don't worry, i'm going to fight for puerto rico. what i told people all along, if above the law? i agree with the president, i'll senior administration officials agree with him, if i disagree with him, i'll disagree with him. >> i want to help georgia and said president trump said he these other states. would pardon a top official if now we have the states in the midwest. he ever goes to jail. i'm going do do it, what's frustrating to me, let's get >> let's see if they have open something done. whatever we can get done, i'm an arms. >> we'll talk to jerry nadler incrementalist, get it done, and and senate homeland security then work to improve the next committee member rick scott. president trump attacks day. that's what's frustrating me on this, we had a bill that should have passed and chuck schumer ilhan omar for her controversial decided for political purposes 9/11 comments with an to stop it. >> i want to turn to venezuela. inflammatory video. now democrats are coming to her if military force on the part of defense.
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>> donald trump is trying to insight violence. >> does the party stand by her our allies is necessary to rid us of the scourge of maduro and words? >> millennial momentum? his thugs, and we can't rule it pete buttigieg makes it official out, he's been clinging to power for months. he wants to add 1 million members to the military, do you today as he and mike pence clash think the u.s. should put troops over values. on the ground in venezuela? >> your quarrel is with my >> you know, i think we have to creator. >> and another enters the take seriously, there's again side going on in venezuela right presidential race, california now. maduro is intentionally starving congressman eric swalwell is his citizens. think about it, they don't have here. food, water, medicine. i think of my 3-year-old grandson, what would happen if he didn't have that, so the >> hello, i'm jake tapper in washington, where the state of white house has done a good job our union is trying to keep up. washington is preparing for the of recognizing guido as the expected release of the full president. the international community has mueller report in days after a come on board. we have to keep focus on the week in which president trump sanctions, we have to consider seemed to spiral out of control whether we do military help a bit on his signature issue. the president spent saturday getting this aide in to save the railing on twitter saying he's starving people of venezuela. not frustrated, except it sure they are starving to death. 80% of the kids under 5 have seems like he is frustrated. malnutrition.
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the president began the week by removing the top leadership of 90% of households do not have homeland security. food. this is genocide and maduro is doing it. other top leaders on their way out the door as well. >> thank you, rick scott. >> thanks, jake. have a good day. is america ready for a the president wanted to release undocumentedible grants into millennial president? you better grab your avocado sanctuary cities, the president toast and stick around. i'm talking to one of the confirmed on twitter he was youngest candidates in the race considering such a move. next. he told border agents to stop letting asylum seekers into the u.s. contrary to u.s. law. then he told the head of customs and border protection he would give him a pardon if he was sent to jail. the president is denying this. in march, 92,000 migrants were apprehended at the border. that's the highest number in over a decade. joining me now jerry nadler of new york. i want to start with my reporting, that according to senior administration officials,
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president trump told border agents to stop letting migrants into the u.s. then he told the head of customs and border protection, he would pardon him if he went to jail for doing so. he since denied it. those are the facts as relayed to me by senior administration officials. your response. >> well, my response is that this shows the president's contempt for law, another instance of the president's contempt for law. to order that something clearly illegal may be blocking people claiming asylum from coming into the country which is clearly against our law. that is against the law or offering a pardon even if in geft to someone who would disobey the law at the president's request. i had a few good tricks to help hide my bladder leak pad. this is exactly contrary to the like the old "tunic tug". key presidential duty and to his but always discreet is less bulky. oath which is to see that the and it really protects. laws are faithfully executed. 'cause it turns liquid to gel.
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that's the main job of the so i have nothing to hide. president, to see that the laws are faithfully executed. always discreet. for the president to sabotage billions of problems. that goal by deliberately sore gums? bleeding gums? painful flossing? seeking to break the law, is there's a therabreath for you. unforgivable. >> is this something you think therabreath healthy gums oral rinse your committee will take a look fights gingivitis and plaque at? and prevents gum disease or does your commentary on it for 24 hours. so you can... end here on the show? >> well, it's part of a pattern breathe easy, there's therabreath at walmart. of conduct we certainly have to take a look at after we see the mueller report. >> president trump has been pushing the department of homeland security to transport undocumented immigrants to sanctuary cities and release them there. here's what the president asserted last night in a tweet "just out, the usa has the legal right to have apprehended illegal immigrants transferred to sanctuary cities." doi agree the president has the legal right to do this if he wants to? >> no, i don't. the president has no right to spend money appropriated by congress for other purposes, to ship immigrants all over the country.
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if someone requests asylum, there should be a place for that person to stay while that asylum request is being adjudicated. nor is it right for the president to use immigrants or people who are claiming political asylum as pawns in a fight against political opponents. he shouldn't use them as what he imagines as rittry bugs to political opponents in various areas. it's another misuse of pr presidential power against the law. we heard several weeks ago that steve miller came up with this, before we heard it. and probably steve miller who seems to be the boss of everybody on immigration or to come before congress and explain xfinity watchathon week. television is back! some of these policies. >> isn't it likely he'll claim now through april 14, enjoy free access to the best shows and movies executive privilege given that he works in the white house? from hbo, showtime, epix and more. >> it is likely, but that would what!
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be a misuse of executive so, you can get more into what you're into. whether it's more laughs, oops. privilege. epic escapes, >> he seems to be making the decisions, not the cabinet or high-flying thrills, get more into what you're into. secretaries that come and go. >> let's turn to the mueller report. we expect that's going to be just say "watchathon" into your x1 voice remote, released any day now. or download the xfinity stream app. rod rosenstein who appointed the xfinity watchathon week, free. special counsel in the first now through april 14. place, defended bill barr's handling of the mueller report. he's being as forthcoming as he can. and this notion that he's trying to mislead people is completely bizarre. what's your response. a >> well, he would be forthcoming . welcome back to state of the only if he releases the entire union. report and the underlying is it time for a millennial evidence to the judiciary president. pete buttigieg will kick off his committee, which has been done in every previous instance where they were looking at the presidential or other campaign today. misconduct. another millennial candidate is that would be -- now, the judiciary committee, is the entering the fray, eric swalwell proper locust for deciding what has to be withheld from the has a formal kickoff this public. afternoon in his home state of again, that's what's been done in the past. to deny the judiciary committee california, he joins me now. good to see you as always. and the congress the knowledge of what's in parts of the thanks for joining us.
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>> gun control is the central mueller report is not proper, plank in your campaign. and, of course, the attorney you wrote last year "we should general when he started talking completely without evidence as he said about spying on the by all who choose to abide by the law, and criminally trump campaign, what he meant was executing judicially ordered prosecute any who choose to defy it by keeping their weapons. criminal prosecution for keeping warrants, showed his bias in the assault weapons, what's the punishment for people who don't fact that he's acting as a hand in their guns, do they go personal agent to the president to jail? >> well, they would, but i also rather than to the attorney general of the united states in offer an alternative, which this matter. >> we already note that the would be to keep them at a hunting club or a shooting special counsel report does not reach a conclusion, when it range. the reason i propose this, these comes to whether president trump obstructed justice, bill bar did weapons are so devastating. i've seen this as a prosecutor reach a conclusion, there is not in the cases we've prosecuted, sufficient evidence to establish i've seen these in the school that the president obstructed shootings from sandy hook and justice. does that end the debate over parkland. obstruction of justice? i was just at parkland earlier >> certainly not. this week, doing a town hall. it's not just the violence they've caused. especially since attorney it's the fear, the immeasurable general bar before he became attorney general wrote a long memo in which he said a fear our children live in, because they're still on our president could not obstruct streets. i want to get rid of that fear. justice, because the president is the boss of the justice
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i think this issue needs some department and could order it bold leadership to do it. around to institute an investigation, to eliminate an >> the vast majority of gun investigation, and could not be questioned about that. related deaths in this country he thinks it is a matter of law, are not related to semiautomatic the president can't obstruct assault weapons. justice, a very wild in theory and the vast majority of gun owners are law abiding citizens. to which most people do not agree. one of the most frequent attacks and the fact of the matter is, on this issue from president we should see and judge for trump and the republicans is that democrats want to take away ourselves many and that's for your guns, but isn't it fair to congress to judge whether the president obstructed justice or say you actually do want to take not. and for the public ultimately. away people's guns? >> it's not the bailiwick of the >> you know, keep your pistols, attorney general to decide that? keep your long rifles, keep your >> it's not the bailiwick of the shotguns, i want the most attorney general. he assumed it for himself. dangerous weapons, the weapons it's not the purpose of the law. of war out of the hands of the and the fact is, that we also most dangerous people. when it comes to what else we can do, i don't suggest this is need to see the report because all we can do, i want background it may be that the -- mueller checks. so do 73% of nra members. i want to invest in gang decided not to prosecute violence in our cities. obstruction of justice for my brother is a sheriff's various reasons. athletic league police officer, there still may have been proof he works in tough neighborhoods of bad deeds and very bad
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and helps them get kids out of the streets, and into sports. motives and we need to see them, the public needs to see them. there's a lot we can do on this issue, unless it's the number >> the attorney general believed one issue for a president. spying occurred against trump it's just going to be one that associates during the 2016 we respond to shooting to election, saying he's concerned shooting. that in proper surveillance may i want to lead on it it. have occurred. >> former supreme court justice now, you've asked justice says that the united states department officials to brief should repeal the second you on this, have they done amendment. do you agree? >> no, i don't agree, i think that? >> we've not recently, but we've the greatest threat to the reviewed the inspector general's second amendment is doing nothing. second amendment is not an report and various findings over absolute right. the last two years, and it's complete and total none sense. just like free speech, you can't shoot fire in a theater. the fbi followed procedure. you can't own a bazooka, a tank, they got a fisa warrant. they properly did it. rocket propelled grenades, we rosenstein signed off on the -- on one of the renewals of that should put some limits in place. i'm no longer intimidated by the fisa warrant. that is proper legal sur veil nra, the moms and kids are behind us on this issue. i think it takes leadership in answer when they were concerned washington. >> you're a co sponsor for that the russians were medicare for all in the house. attempting to infiltrate an american political campaign. it should be unlawful for a that is not spying. spying is a loaded world. private health insurer to sell
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and the attorney general should coverage that duplicates the not have used that. >> the president attacked ilhan benefits under this act. omar for her speech in which she are you supporting a bill that described the 9/11 terror you don't full letter agree attacks as saying some people with? >> well, i support a bill that did something. would give medicare to all. nancy pelosi issued a statement that's the title of the bill. the part of the bill that i condemning the president for what he's doing. would strike. and this is part of negotiating she also seemed to have a message for omar too. and collaborating, would be to the memory of 9/11 is sacred ground and any discussion of it give a public option, the medicare portion, but allow must be done with reverence. people to keep plans that they did you take any issue with the like. union members like to keep union way congresswoman omar plans. characterized 9/11? i think it's very much in our >> no, i did not. she was talking about dna to have choice, and so i will support that, but the other part of my plan, jake, is to invest in and find cures in our discrimination against muslim lifetime, i don't want the americans. she said after that happened it debate to only be about coverage, one of the best things was used as an excuse for lots we do as americans is to seek of discrimination and for and find cures. withdrawal of civil liberties. invest in genomics, targeted i did not take -- i've had therapies and data sharing. we have legislation that would problems with some of her other remarks but not with that one. and for the president -- 9/11 allow any child borne into occurred in my district.
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i'm very f suffered from it, i poverty to have genomics. already leading in congress, but with challenges to go much bigger. involved. i was instrumental in getting >> the medicare for all bill that you've co sponsored would do away with private health funding for small business insurance, you're saying you grants for victims of 9/11, for don't agree with, why are you co sponsoring that bill? >> i do agree with the part of people with small businesses in the area. having medicare access for the president -- he wasn't anyone who wants it, that would president then, but donald trump drive down the cost of private took a $150,000 grant from the insurers. it's the best bill out there that could do that right now, bush administration meant for being a leader means sitting down and negotiating, finding what works best for everyone. small businessmen for 40 wall i don't think it has to be a street. he stole $150,000 from some false choice, it's planning what is better than now. small business person who could now is health care costs are have used it to help eating up our paycheck. we're in a free market system, rehabilitate themselves. that's why i got congress to pre-existing conditions are not being protected by the appropriate that money to use it president. i will give the american people something better than that. for his own small business at 40 >> would you vote for this bill wall street. if it came to the floor? he has no moral authority to be >> if this bill came to the floor, i would offer an talking about 9/11 at all. amendment so have the public >> thanks so much for coming on, we appreciate it. >> thank you. option. just as we had that opportunity president trump is throwing out lots of ideas to address the back when president obama was in, but we couldn't get it through the senate. this is a good start, we
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humanitarian crisis at the shouldn't let the perfect be the enemy of the good, and i'm going to give something that's much border. his own party are they on board better than what we have today. with the plans? >> if that amendment didn't pass, would you vote for this bill? >> i think this bill as it is is better than what we have today. i will have a public option in the law that i sign in. in the bill that i sign into law as president. >> you've called the president an agent of russia, saying if he wasn't taking orders from vladimir putin he would release the full mueller report. that's a remarkable claim, especially for someone on the house intelligence committee. is it irresponsible to suggest the president is an agent of russia and taking orders from vladimir putin. >> he certainly acts on russia's behalf, jake. it's a claim for someone who also worked as a prosecutor for i never thought i'd say this but i found bladder leak underwear seven years and had the responsibility of looking at that's actually pretty. evidence and putting it before always discreet boutique. the jury. i see this person's family hidden inside is a super absorbent core that quickly turns liquid to gel. offered dirt on hillary clinton. he was in a room where roger so i feel protected and pretty. stone called him and said, that always discreet boutique.
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wikileaks was acting on his behalf in releasing more dirt. he stood on a stage and said, russia, if you're listening, keep hacking. every time he was asked about it, he lied, he lied, he lied. he acts like russia's leader. he attacks our free press. he acts in a lawless way, what we're seeing most recently, telling a customs and border official he would pardon him if he broke the law. he puts his family in charge and in positions of power. he acts on russia's behalf, acts like russia, i think the american people deserve a leader that shares our values, not russia. >> thanks for joining us, we appreciate it, hope you'll come back soon. >> the 2020 democrats are criticizing president trump for his latest attack on omar. the democrats are not all defending what omar actually said, we'll discuss next, stay with us. perience and knowledge
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you heard congressman ed that letter say contempt for the law it's clearly contempt for the law. and i don't get to -- why don't we try to solve the problem. we don't want illegal immigration. we don't want people coming across the border. i'm from a state, we love immigrants, but we want legal immigration. we're not getting anything done. >> senior administration officials told me the president said to block asylum seekers entering the u.s. then he told the border secretary if he went to jail for closing the border at colexico, he would give him a pardon. do you think his frustration gives him the right to tell subordinates to break the law?
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>> no, i tell everybody we're going to enforce all the laws, whether we like them or not. it implicates her, muslim if you want to change the law, you have to go through the americans, in violence and legislature. i'm sure the president is terrorism here in the united frustrated because we're not secure on our border, the democrats are stopping this, but stat states. it makes her a target for we have to comply with every extremists at this country at a law. everybody does. time of rising islam phobia. including -- there's no such >> i think it's a good thing thing as a sanctuary city, you that the president is calling her out for those comments. don't have a right to pick and the big question is, why aren't choose the law, you don't get to democrats doing it as well many. say, florida, we don't pay >> another fight over comments federal income taxes. let's fix immigration. by ilhan omar of minnesota. >> president trump is replacing and the president's response. some people did something, several members of the cabinet. referring to the 9/11 attacks there are now 16 acting or and spliced that with graphic vacant senior leadership post footage of the attacks on the notice department, you're on the twin towers. homeland security committee. your committee's chairman says let's discuss. he's concerned with the growing mayor gillum, welcome to the panel. leadership void, are you? >> what's your reaction to this >> i liked working with whole story? >> like many, and i think we've heard this on both sides, i secretary neilsen, she was found the president's comments helpful to me when we had the hurricanes when i was governor. to be deplorable.
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i thought she did a wonderful and really beneath the office of the presidency, obviously, ilhan job. but i do know that the -- i've been down to the border, the has become an easy target for this white house, for this people that do the job day to administration, but i think his day, they're absolutely committed. they might not like to see all attack is beyond congresswoman the change, but they're doing omar. this is about the fact that she their job. bust it's -- you know, we have looks a certain way, she is a to get leadership in there, and woman of color, she happens to we have to find good people, i know the border agents are be of muslim faith. the president is setting the trying to do their job. i talked to them, and they're campaign he wants to run, which trying to do their job. >> you were at the white house is to turn americans against this week, trying to strike a americans, to turn brown and compromise on disaster relief funding. black people against his base. i find it extremely over democrats are calling for reaching in many regards, and i hundreds of millions of dollars think he underestimates his in additional money for puerto supporters out there, because i think there are a lot of people rico. president trump refuses to who find this extremely provide those funds. do you agree puerto rico has deplorable, especially those who remember well the heartache that gotten enough money as it is? many of us experienced watching >> you know, i've been to puerto those towers come down and to associate a member of congress in this way as if she was a rico eight times after the hurricane. we opened up relief centers, i sympathizer or supporter there, want to take up puerto rico to in spite of the contrary -- to the extent they can. i want to make sure they get the her comments on the record, i relief they need. i talked about the food stamp think is extremely unfortunate.
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program for puerto rico. >> there are people saying president trump should be but we've got to strike a compromise, it's frustrating to suspended from twitter. >> i think he should be. me, it's -- to me, this is all >>? what's your president? >> i'd like to see president politics. this is chuck schumer saying, he trump suspended from twitter, cares about puerto rico more frankly, i think representative omar is the gift that keeps on than president trump does. i think we should have passed giving to the republican party. the bill senator shelby had and i think what she said was done, if we need to do more, let's do more, let's get horribly insensitive. 3,000 of her fellow american citizens died on that day, and is six months since michael for her to say something hit florida and we can't get anything done. happened by somebody, it's not i'm going to keep trying. we had a good meeting at the white house, we're in presidentk just somebody did something. it's not the appropriate way to talk about one of the most tragic days in american history. i think, you know, i'm not going to defend president trump on this, neither am i going to defend representative omar. >> scott? >> i think they just skip the debate. what she said was worthy of public debate. it was worthy of crenshaw's criticism, president trump's
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criticism. that's where this started. what i find amazing, they just skip the debate, they don't want to have a conversation about whether her idea is right, they want to have a conversation about demonizing and getting rid of people from the public square who criticize what she had to say. just because a republican is critical of omar, it doesn't mean they're racist, they hate her, it may mean they disagree with her ideas. this is the modern day tendencies of the socialist movement to try to banish people from speaking. >> the context of her remarks were in a speech that had a powerful message. one that the terrorists who committed that horrific act on 9/11 do not represent the millions of muslims who are living around the world. that was the message of her speech. now, i think everybody should admit that she should have been more specific in her language and reference the tragedy that occurred. we're talking about a phrase, she did not say anything, she had an absence of saying, the
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tragedy. i think what we're looking at here, though, you worked for president bush. in the days and weeks after the tragedy of 9/11, he went into a mosque and he said, muslim americans do not represent what just happened. that's the message she was trying to get at, and i don't think we should forget that. it was the president of the united states who came out and used 911 as a propaganda tool to attack a freshman member of congress. i don't think we should lose site of that either, he's not following in the tradition of past presidents who have tried to bring the country together. he's attacking via dwiter. that's incredibly dangerous. >> i would be happy to have a debate around whether or not it is appropriate and right to basically attack all muslims for what occurred on 9/11, essentially if you took this to its own logical conclusion, the suggestion is, in some ways she's either sympathizing or supportive of what happened on
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9/11. >> i want to ask you a question, nancy pelosi wrote something about the president's attack, and also omar's statement saying, the memory of 9/11 is sacred ground. the president shouldn't use the painful images of 9/11 for attacks. a lot of progressives were upset at speaker pelosi, seeming to kind of chastise ilhan omar by saying the memory must be done with reverence. >> i don't disagree that any conversation about what happened on 9/11, 9/11 isn't just a date, it's not just a set of numbers. that was one of the most horrific days we experienced in this country. i remember where i was, i was student body president at my alma matter. i remember having to have the responsibility of bringing students together, trying to comfort students, holding vigils and prayers. that event didn't happen in isolation, it happened to all of us. and the congresswoman isn't rejecting that.
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obviously, i agree with the speaker of the house that any conversation about it should be done rev rantly. what was done here, comments were taken out of context. we struck at the nerve and pierced the nerve of americans by using those extremely horrific images as to suggest the congresswoman in some way was supportive of what happened on that day. >> i don't think there's a question of whether or not she was supportive. she was grossly insensitive. and she is a member of the united states congress and she's a muslim, and i think if in that respect, you know, if you want to talk about islam phobia, and it certainly exists, and there have been an increase in attacks on american muslims, but you also have to pay attention to what islamist extremism has done and the number of people who have been killed, including muslims. >> she should have chosen her words more carefully, she should not have sent the tweet she sent out about george w. bush when he made his speech atop the rubble on 9/11, doubling down on this
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was wrong. the best way to get out of it is to stop digging. that tweet was a terrible doubling down on this. >> to explain to people who aren't sure. she quoted george w. bush when he was in the rubble, the people who knocked down these towers are going to hear from all of us. she was trying to say that he also used vague language instead of condemning. >> if you were even moderately -- you know he was threatening the terrorists, and he followed through on those threats. i find it amazing, we sit here every couple weeks. and the democrats having to fight among themselves defending omar, cortese, they never seem to quite get it right, it's clear to me that they are going to follow her and these other freshman radicals down these rabbit holes, it's in no way shape or form going to help the voters in 2020. this is not a trap set by president trump in if a sense. he wants all the presidential candidates to embrace
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congresswoman omar. >> i think if we look at the politics of this, we weigh eed on the reality, yes, president trump wants to put some fresh red meat out there for his base and stoke racism and hatred, and make all the democrats seem like they are socialists and we are disrespecting 9/11, that could not be further from the truth, there are traps that are being set for candidates and they have to be careful about how they respond. i think mayor pete. and i'm a fan of mayor pete's put it out there. he gave a thoughtful response to this that was not meant to be a two sentence -- >> he got criticized for note mentioning her name. >> what i think is valuable about his response, he reflected on the fact that the president should be a uniter. he is a veteran, he is somebody who went out there and talked about how in the days and months after 9/11, we all came together. and that we all recognize that muslim americans are not all
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defenders of the hijackers. obviously, or hardly represent what they did. that's what i'm looking for in a president. i think that's what most democrats are looking for, but we're going to have to be careful about not falling into the trap -- >> there is no moral equivalency between what the president has tweeted out, what the official white house twitter account tweeted out and quite frankly, any democrat in this conversation. we have all decried what we believe is a total misuse of emotional imagery to frankly make assertions about the comments or the sentiments of democrats or the congresswoman, i don't think it's just about ilhan omar, i think it's about what he wants people, his side to believe democrats are. they want to run this campaign separating us based off the way we look, the language we speak, the religion that we may or may not hold. i don't believe that's who we are as a country. i don't believe that's where the majority of americans are, and we ought to send an unapologetic
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message to this president that he is out of bounds and that we're going to show him the door come 2020 when we elect a new president to the white house. >> i know you have an issue with congresswoman omar, many of her comments including the most recent one, do you have any issue with what president trump tweeted out? >> no, i don't have an issue when people speak freely and debate these issues. what i have an issue with, is when people skip the debate and say i don't like it that you criticized me, so i'm going to take away your twitter account. you should be banished from the public square. she has every right to speak. she signed up for this kind of criticism. when you become a member of congress, you sign up to have all your statements parsed and picked over and criticized. >> she's getting death threats and the president's tweet -- >> what do you think the language of the last two years toward donald trump from the democrats has been? is that insigcitemenincitement. people have called him a russian agent for two years.
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clint clinton. the field of 2020 democratic presidential contenders. >> i am absolutely delighted to see this incredibly diverse field. >> robert mueller's findings. >> we deserve t
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