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good morning to you. welcome to sunday. it's good to have you here. i'm christi paul. >> i'm martin savidge in for victor blackwell. >> thank you for being here, martin. two major stories we are following this morning for you. the 2020 democratic candidates are put to the test in this newly released cnn poll. former vice president joe biden league leading the pack as the lightly participants. however he is ahead by a smaller margin than has been seen previously compared to his numbers in other recent national polling. the question will it work? >> president trump touts an old deal the day after an unprecedented deal. mexico agreed to take border action months before president trump announced the tariff agreement. >> let's get you some background
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on the new cnn iowa poll. because it's no ordinary poll. this is the gold standard for iowa polling and this is why it matters. the last four u.s. presidential elections when no democratic incumbent running who won the iowa democratic caucus went on to become the democratic nominee. >> who do iowa democratic voters like right now? what they like in their candidates and even how they feel about the idea of impeaching the president. >> also for the first time the iowa poll accounts for new rules proposed this year by the iowa democratic party. that is allowing athem to -- >> it will equivalent regardless of how many people participate. nearly 20 of the democratic candidates for the democratic hall of famer dinner. we look at whether the event can
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make a difference between iowa most dedicated democrats. >> reporter: the iowa caucuses may be just less than eight months away, but, today, is a big day in that first in the nation contest. 19 of the 23 democrats running for the nomination to take on donald trump will be convening at a big event in cedar rapids. they will each get to address the crowd of faithful and try to break through. take a look at our brand-new cnn des moines register poll and only five candidates crack 5% in this poll. joe biden the former vice president, continues to lead the pack at 24%. 16% for sanders. 15% for elizabeth warren. 14% for pete buttigieg and 7%
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for kamala harris. joe biden in the lead but closer than in recently national polls and bernie sanders in iowa does not have second place for himself. he is there tied with elizabeth warren and pete buttigieg. a real contest is forming in iowa. we asked folks in addition to the first choice for your preference in the iowa democratic caucuses, who would your second choice? who else in this group you actively considering? take a look at these numbers. 61% are using bider or use their second choice and same for warren. sanders 56%. buttigieg at 52% and harris at 52 and booker and o'rourke round out there. a majority of the iowa democratic likely caucus goers are still shopping around the top five group of candidates here and that is a key factor in this poll. we also look at the enthusiasm
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issue and this may be a potential warning sign for joe biden. among his supporters 29% of them say they are extremely enthusiastic about that choice, compared to 39% who support everyone else who say they are enthusiastic about their choice. so joe biden, one warning sign what is a pretty good poll for him is this potential enthusiasm gap. of course, we also want to know what is driving voters' choices and what are they looking for in these candidates? 65% of iowa democratic caucus goers tell us in this poll they want someone with a strong chance to win. only 31% say they want someone who shares their positions clearly defeating donald trump is issue number one for iowa democrats. take a look at these candidate qualities we also tested. issues, integrity, intelligence, leadership. these are the top qualities that iowa democrats are looking for in their candidate. finally, i want to share this information on impeachment
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because nancy pelosi, back in washington, has been taking some heat from the left wing of her party. take a look at this. she seems to be holding the right position even within the democratic party, at least here in iowa, 42% of iowa democrats likely caucus going democrats tell us impeachment should begin right now and democrats are shirking their responsibility but 48% should keep investigating and don't again impeachment proceedings now. taking a pulse in the activist party here it's not easy equation for her. but when it comes to that main horse race taking the temperature nearly eight months out from caucus day, joe biden is in the driver's seat here. he won't be with the 19 democrats today in cedar rapids. joe biden will be in iowa on tuesday and sharing the state with president donald trump that
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day. back to you. >> sarah westwood is at the white house this morning. >> reporter: the president will have than official event if council bluffs, iowa, related to some energy regulations that his white house whoohas been workin deregulation for that matter. he is also going to the other side of the said to raise money for his campaign the same day that joe biden in the hawkeye state. it is the president's first time in iowa as a candidate for re-election for 2020 and it comes just about a week before his official relaunch of his re-election campaign happens june sl18th rally in florida. even though the president is working on his re-election campaign for months now seening the campaign ramp up behind the scenes and a lot of activity as
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the president prepares to run in a general election. >> sarah westwood, we appreciate it. thank you so much. let's bring in cnn political commentator and host of "you decide" podcast errol louis. good morning to you. >> good morning! >> so glad to have you here. we see this 24% favor for former vice president, right? joe biden. he is only eight points ahead of bernie sanders right now in this latest poll in iowa. we know how important it is. we pointed that out at the beginning of the show. is this, at this point, do you think about the familiarity of his name or something else is elevating him? >> i think you got to assume that it's something else. it's not simply name recognition. this is somebody who has been in politics a long, long time. so have some of the others including bernie sanders. the preference here also you have to keep in mind the viewers have to really understand that these are people who are the
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most active, you know is in the caucus in iowa volves goiinvolv out in front of your neighbors and openly campaigning for your candidate and physically lining up behind people in a gym or some other place and could take hours. this is an unusual poll in that i think 60 plus, even 70% of the people who were polled attended a caucus in the past and they know what they are doing and know who many of the candidates are so far. joe biden is sitting pretty if he has a pleurality from people who are in the caucus room. the polls will fluctuate a little bit here and there, but i don't know if you'll see too many like this you got people who are absolutely activists who have done it before and come out again and say they like him. >> we look at 15% for massachusetts senator elizabeth
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warren. she was also 14% as a second choice and 32% of the people are considering her. this is a strong showing for her, right? because at one point a lot of people said she is not moving the needle. >> that's right. look. she has made a case and she publicly announced her strategy which is just to flood people with all kinds of proposals and information, put her ideas out there and invite people -- invite her rivals to match her and invite voters to accept it, to sort of probe through it and see. that is picture perfect for activists of the kind who go to iowa caucuses. she is campaigning the way they want to be talked to. these are people if they are going to invest a few hours for you on a cold night next year, they want to know why they are out there so she is telling them and not trying to do gauzy feel-good messaging. she is trying to tell people what it is and where it is she wants to take the nation. >> what do you make of the seven
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candidates who earned 1% or the nine who earned zero at this point? it's a big field. it's very early in this whole process, certainly. but when you've got new york city mayor bill de blasio and weren't mentioned as by a respondent as fair or second choice. >> i know mayor bill de blasio quite well and interview him every week on my television show. he is undaunted and organized caucuses for other candidates in the past and he has always start out in every race he has ever won and been in office continuously now for almost 20 years now and never lost a race and kind of always starts out behind. he shrugs and says it's not where you start but where you end up a ensays i have work to do. we are eight months out and plenty of time and plenty of room and there is televised debates and other key breaks and
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opportunities for candidates to break through. i know it's going to be discouraging for may deblasio and politicians. this think of how to turn a situation around. >> let's talk about tariffs now. "the new york times" reporting that u.s. and mexico agreed on the details in the agreement months before turump threatened these tariffs and the president is touting and praising a deal that was done months before. >> that's right. not only that, it's not clear whether this is going to work. because of these proposals were talked about before, the reality is, were agreed to before and, yet, the numbers have gone up so in late may you have the largest number of border apprehensions in a single day that we have ever had. you know, the fact that that is
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going on a fact that we need to revisit the issue. "the new york times" reporting that the president is looking at daily numbers of apprehensions of migrants showing up at the borders and refuges applying for asylum. we know there are going to be thousands and thousands of people seeking safety, seeking shelter, seeki refuge here in te united states. i think he will look for anything whether it's a tariff war or anything else to try to stop a situation that requires an entirely different approach. >> right. errol louis, great to see you and thanks very much. >> thank you. one welcome for the president of mexico in tijuana. yesterday, what was meant to be a rally against tariffs turned into a celebration of this trade deal with the u.s. his message on what the end of
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the standoff with president trump means for mexico. a texas police chief is missing after he was knocked overboard from a fishing boat. coming up, the latest on the search. what is happening? >> it was celebration and then it was panic. reports of gunfire sent crowds running at washington, d.c.'s pride parade. what police are saying about the incident. the best simple dishes ever? great tasting, heart-healthy california walnuts. so simple, so good. get the recipes at walnuts.org.
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what the crowd thought was gunfire. take a listen. >> get in here now! >> this is chaos. >> what happened? >> someone has a gun! >> after several minutes of understandable panic, police were able to secure the area. one man was arrested for possession of a handgun but police say there was no evidence any shots were fired. seven parade goers were injured while running away. after the chaos, police cancelled the rest of the parade but other parade activities went on as planned. it's been more than a year since an army veteran died while in police custody but his family is still trying to determine what happened to their loved one. >> in april of last year, everett palmer jr. drove to
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pennsylvania to resolve an outstanding dui warrant. now he is dead. when his body was returned to his family the body was missing several organs. here is pablo sandoval. >> reporter: all we know is what the family of everett palmer jr. says authorities have told him and that is that their loved one died while in police custody in york county, pennsylvania, last april. according to the family, an niche autopsy by the york county coroner's office stated palmer died after ab incident velocitying an excited state where he started to hit his head inside of his cell door and restrained by authorities and reports showing he had methamphetamine in his system and concluded the cause of death sun determined. the family says he had a history of drug use but this kind of behavior not like him so they hired their own pathologist long after the death. that pathologist discovered that the heart, the brain, the throat were missing from palmer's body.
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york county coroner pamela gay says an explanation for that. t the organs were retained for further study and will not be released until the investigation is complete and said that was to determine if was there any asphyxiation. they have a process investigating these kind of questionable deaths and that process is being followed and they also say that they have been in contact with the family who says through their attorney that they still want more transparency and want more answer according to them. they are still calling on authorities to release potentially any surveillance video that captured the interior of that holding cell the day that this happened. they say they have been told what happened to their loved one but they want to see it with their own eyes. the district attorney said they will not comment on this case as
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this investigation is still ongoing. >> thank you. a search is under way for a texas police chief who was knocked overboard when his fishing boat was hit by a larger passing vessel. chris reed was last seen yesterday afternoon while fishing with his wife in galveston bay. he did not have a life jacket on. kemat, texas, and others including the coast guard on searching for reed. a hiker texas has been found in in a remote area in arkansas after missing nearly a week. according to cnn affiliate ktok search crews found joshua mcclatchy on friday night six days after he went on a hike about 105 miles west of little rock. searchers spot him from a helicopter using infrared technology. he was said to be dehigh ratydrt otherwise in good shape. >> that is good news.
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president trump's former campaign chairman could be headed to the notorious riker's island jail. that is in new york. prosecutors want paul manafort moved while he awaits trial on state fraud charges. >> but his lawyers are, obviously, trying to fight that move and citing health reasons. cnn brian todd has the details. >> reporter: former trump campaign chairman paul manafort once lived in the lap of luxury. his million dollar homes in the hamptons and trump tower and in florida known for their extravagance but now life for him serving seven and a half year sentence on federal charges of bank fraud and tax fraud and lobbyi lobbying regulations may get worse. prosecutors are trying to move him from the minimum security in pennsylvania where he is currently housed to riker's
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island jail in new york city where infamous figures liar son of sam and john lennon's killer have been held. riker's is a network of nine jails and to say riker's is drowse. >> violence comes in all forms from other people incarcerated there to hands of the correction officers. >> reporter: manafort's possible move from what consider to be the confines of his low security prison to one of the country's most feared lock-ups comes as he awaits trial of new york state charges of mortgage fraud and some say to may him a pardon proof because the president can't commute sentences for state crimes. the president has expressed sympathy for manafort he hasn't discussed a pardon for him he says. >> i think more pressure on president trump from paul
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manafort supporters to get the president to pardon mr. manafort while he is sitting in riker's. >> reporter: that could be a shock to the system for sitting in riker's for a man who once wore expensive jackets mav i python skin and complained about conditions in federal prison. if he is moved to riker's he will likely be in solitary confinement similar to the condition that led his health to deteriorate while he awaited his federal trial last year. observers say would be in an isolated cell 23 hours a day and in the hour he is out his life could be at risk. >> he will be as at risk as anyone else who is at that facility when he is not in his cell. obviously, people will know who he is and, therefore, he could conceivably be more of a target, but i have to imagine that he will have guards around him 24 hours a day. >> reporter: in 2015, prosecutors in new york reached a settlement with the city after
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a multiyear investigation found that adolescent inmates at riker's were not protected from the excessive use by guards and other inmates and responding to the claim about dangerous conditions at riker's a top new york corrections official tells cnn a drastic reduction of violence at the jail past two years and a former correction officer there does not believe that manafort will be in danger. >> he'll be kept in a secure environment and if he needs medical attention he will be close to the hospital so he'll be just fine. >> reporter: they say if trump pardons manafort possible learning about his possible transport to riker's then a motion will be filed with a judge in new york to keep manafort in jail in new york while he awaits trial there and say vance will likely make the argument that manafort is convicted of serious charges like witness tampering and a federal judge has ruled he was a flight risk and the office has not commented on any of this.
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brian todd, cnn, washington. janet johnson is a criminal defense attorney with us now. good morning to you, janet. if he is in federal prison already, a lot of people say how does he get to new york riker's? >> right. he has new charges. the state of new york is also indicted and they are charging him, he has to be brought to riker's at least for one day so he can be arraigned and the question is will he stay here or will he go back to a federal prison? maybe not the one in pennsylvania where he has been housed but maybe a new york federal prison so he can still get the medical attention that he would get in prison and, you know, let's face it. prison is nicer than jail no matter what the jail is. >> is there a solid argument from his attorneys that would keep him from going to riker's? >> well, no and yes. he will go to riker's. he will be there for some period of time so he can be arraigned. but will he be kept there for six to nine months while he awaits trial?
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i think his lawyers may succeed in getting him sent back to a federal prison because they can transport him. it's not that difficult. he will get his 85%, which is what he is entitled to, that is his game time. he won't get that while he is awaiting trial if he is in riker's and he is 70 years old so will he show up in a wheelchair? will he look a little different than the paul manafort we saw before his trial? i wouldn't be surprised. >> so let me ask you this. if he is moved to riker's, is it still possible that he could get a presidential pardon? >> yeah, but if i were his lawyer, not that he is the lawyer would be talking to the president, i would be hoping he doesn't get a pardon because then he has no federal prison to go sit in while he is awaiting this trial. i think a pardon right now would not help him in terms of his comfort level and he would just be sitting in riker's island. maybe he would be out on bond but i suspect he would be kept at riker's. >> there is this kind of curious
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revelation in the parkland shooting case i want to ask you about. marjory stoneman douglas high school safety resource officer charged with 11 counts and his name is scott peterson. he apparently heard the shots fired by the gunman at the school. he didn't enter the building. he didn't confront the shooter but he is under a statute applied to caregivers. what does that mean? is that a proper for prosecutors? >> i think it is. i practiced in florida and i've actually defended people who were charged with this neglect and they were dare ky care work and teachers. scott peterson is an employee of the sheriff's office. he was at the school as a school resource officer but i think his defense attorneys will have a strong argument he is not than employee and not a caregiver as defined in florida law and i don't think the charges will see the light of day. >> you don't think they will see the light of day? yeah. i think they will be dismissed
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on that ground before they go to trial is my prediction. quite frankly, the police are exempted for most of the statute that says a caregiver is someone who is employed by the school who is there purely to teach or to nurture the child and has somehow fallen short of that. now do we want to see scott peterson -- you know, he shouldn't have that job. he should, you know, be punished maybe civilly for having neglected his duty but i don't think he going to be convicted. >> wow. janet johnson, we appreciate your insight as always. thank you, ma'am. >> thanks. >> marty? a house judiciary ghcommitt is holding a hearing. here is one who is a u.s. attorney expected to offer his testimony and testify. committee chairman jerry nadler said the findings of the report could, quote, protect future elections through civil
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as well. the main threats are going to be damaging winds and the potential for some very large hail. but we also have a threat for at least a few isolated tornadoes. we are talking cities like san antonio, dallas, san angelo and portions of waco, texas. here is a look at the time line. morning hours are not necessarily the big issue. it's the afternoon and the evening hours. that is when we expect to really see a lot of those storms begin to fire back up and for some of these areas, especially areas across the southeast, the concern for flooding because in a lot of these places, you've had days now of rain and now we are adding more on top of it. >> what a mess. allison chinchar, thank you for that. the standoff over tariffs between the u.s. and mexico is getting mixed reactions. the mexican president calling it a good deal for mexico. a huge rally to celebrate. but then we are hearing from migrants hoping to find revenfu
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in hong kong massive crowds protesting a controversial extradition bill for trial in the mainland. >> the bill is designed to plug loopholes in the current law and
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let hong kong decide on a case-by-case basis to send them to other territories. critics contend this gives china to grab people and undermine hong kong's legal system. mexico's president got a pretty warm welcome in tijuana after reaching a trade deal with the united states. president obrador told crowd at a rally yesterday that politics won over confrontation. >> for migrants wanting to enter the u.s., they try to figure out how the dole helps them. here is cnn paula newton. >> reporter: this was supposed to be a rally to show mexico strength when faced with tariffs from the trump administration. they have turned this into a celebration rally and president lopez obrador insisting that mexico got a good deal out of this negotiation and said before
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he came here he was on the phone with president trump. president lopez obrador said they did not give in to the most drastic demands of the u.s. administration. take a listen. [ speaking in foreign language ] >> translator: as the head of the mexico state i cannot permit anyone go against the economy of our country and much less that they establish an unjust asymmetry unworthy of our government and humiliating to our nation. fortunately, yesterday, the politics of confrontation were imposed and i must recognize that there was willingness to seek a negotiated exit to the conflict on behalf of president donald trump and his collaborators. >> reporter: now beyond the actual words and the details with this new deal, the migrants here are still trying to figure out what it all means for them and many of them are terrified they will net reach a goal of getting to the united states and you can see the frustration on their face and feel the grief
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with which they are now confronting their future. >> translator: in the end, in my neighborhood, the harassed me if i didn't get on their side i have to to leave or they would killed my daughter. >> translator: ornthers say i won't go and putting us in a situation we we have no money and no support and some might prefer to stay. others will prefer to risk it, risk what comes. >> reporter: for you now, mexico taking this as a win and understanding they are averted economic disaster without those tariffs imposed on monday and escalating tariffs over their heads. having said that they are not out of the woods yet. the trump administration and mexico government say they will look carefully to see how their new deal is implemented the next 90 days. paula newton, cnn, tijuana,
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barty quit tennis at 18 and burned out and said i'm playing professional cricket and did that two years and was so good some thought she would have made the australian national team but barti returned to tennis in 2017 and rejuvenated now and a grand slam champ. on the men's side, novak jo djokovic blew up at a chair umpire. watch this. >> djokovic venting his frustration bath semifinal ride a wild one. two days and rain delay and he is beaten by a 25-year-old austrian who gets to play now
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