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liberty. liberty. ♪ good saturday morning to you. i'm victor blackwell. >> hif, everyone. i'm jessica dean in for christi paul this morning. ahead of the presidential debates next week -- >> we are seeing the first hints of a more aggressive biden campaign as he takes on rival senator kamala harris and senator cory booker. meanwhile, senator warren is staying out of the fray and announcing her 1 millionth donation as she tries to make the case she can run a successful campaign without high-dollar fund-raising. but can she do it in a race against fellow progressive bernie sanders? joining us, rebecca buck.
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good morning to you. this announcement, an important moment, this 1 millionth donation, it's interesting she and bernie sanders were the top earning thresholds. >> reporter: that's right. they've ruled out pretty much these high-dollar donations, closed-door fund-raisers with extremely wealthy consisten y c. there's no question elizabeth warren has quite a bit of momentum. the question going into the debates next week is can she continue that momentum and build on it? of course the other can'ts jockeying for position as well and trying to have their moment
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in the sun as well, joe biden saying this week he plans on being less polite on the debate stage. that interesting moment he had with kamala harris in the first round of debates. she was asked if she was going to be polite. she said she was raised to be polite. but we've seen her be aggressive on the debate stage before. it wouldn't be surprising to see her aggressive again. pete buttigieg was asked about his approach to the take a listen. >> i'm not going to do it for its own sake but i'm going to vigorously defend what i believe in and when there are contrasts to be drawn, i'll draw them. this is about making sure the american people understand what i believe in and why my candidacy is not like any of the others. >> one of the big challenges is standing out when there are going to be ten candidates on stage each night over these two
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nights. andrew yang had an interesting, novel approach to getting attention. he tweeted yesterday that he's putting the press on notice he plans on going after senator michael bennet on the debate stage. he said bennet knows what he did that sparked a humorous, fun back and forth between these two candidates. senator cory booker was in iowa. he had a home in a campaign stop where he offered to shave the heads of his supporters in exchange for money donated for charity. three people took him up on it on the campaign trail. we're not expecting any moments like that on the campaign trail with senator elizabeth warren today. she's really trying to build on this momentum, set up this very interesting matchup between her and bernie sanders. so far she has not been going after him as we've seen among kamala harris, joe biden and
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core eey booker but we'll keep eye on that today for you. >> rebecca, thanks so much. >> reporter: joining me former senior aide for the hillary clinton campaign. good morning to you. >> good morning, victor. >> let's talk about this matchup between former vice president biden and senator booker. the vice president is taking incoming on the crime bill and he's put out his criminal justice reform plan. i ask you what i asked the former president of the naacp a few moments ago. is the former vice president on secure enough footing that he can now approach criminal justice reform offensively? he's now going after former mayor booker's record in newark. >> well, his competitors are certainly going to test him. i think about this as styles make fights. you know, in the first round kamala harris found a weakness in the former vice president and she exposed it. i think now the other competitors are looking for
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their opportunity to expose it. you could say cory booker was looking for that moment last time around. i think the difference here is he's telegraphing his move a little bit whereas kamala harris sat on that and waited for the right moment in the debate. what the biden folks have shown you is that they're ready. they had a pretty detailed pushback already prepared for cory booker, talking about his record as newark mayor and what they also did was put everybody on notice they're not going to be beat up on, kind of like the former vice president was last time. so it will be really interesting to see whether or not the other candidates decide to back off or decide to be more aggressive with the former vice president. >> do you think it's a mistake to telegraph that punch? because if you don't land it properly, you're let down. >> i see both sides. cory booker has established a subplot for the debate, which is this battle over justice reform
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will be something the moderators will pay extra attention to. that's good. but again, you take away that element of surprise. it always helpful to know where in a incoming is going to come from. >> i want you to listen and everyone to listen to former vice president biden back in may, soon after he started his campaign. >> i will not speak ill of any of the democratic candidates. i will not do it. >> i think most people were waiting for when that would expire. that may expire wednesday night on stage between booker and harris. does the democratic primary electorate need to see 2019 joe biden land a punch? because that is what lifted senator harris in the polls after the first debate and everyone's wondering what that debate of a democratic candidate will look like against the sitting president donald trump. >> what the primary audience need to see is joe biden show
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some life. i do think you've seen signs of life from the biden campaign. they clearly went to school on their performance last time and licked their wounds. you've seen the former vice president has actually had more of a strategy of being a little more open with doing interviews and telegraphing he's not going to be taken advantage of on the debate stage just because he is the front-runner for all intents and purposes now. but i think that the primary electorate is looking for a can't th candidate that can stand on stage with donald trump. biden takes advantage of this issue of electability, that he can fight and counter donald trump better than anybody. you can't do that if you can't even take oncoming from your rivals like a kamala harris or cory booker. he's got to pass that test so primary voters can understand he can be that candidate. >> there's an op-ed today that says mueller's performance was bad for biden, sanders and
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trump. "raising the question of a candidate's age may be insensitive but it not irrelevant," suggesting there is carryover from the criticized performance by 74-year-old robert mueller and now you have two men in their late 70s and the president 73 this year. do you think that holds water that the performance that people saw from bob mueller this week hurts biden, sanders and maybe the president? >> you can find an audience for any thought. i'm sure there are some segments of society where that's true. i think more broadly what people are paying attention to is content and what people are able to deliver. bernie sanders is 78 years old. he's probably more enjergetic than people two decades younger
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than him and joe biden and donald trump are eaccepssentiale same age. the age i think is less material to what they do when they are challenged, house of representatives -- how they react. biden's problem is not his age. it that he's been slow to react and his campaign has been slow to react. that's what he's got to push back on. there is a broader generational discussion here that does not work in biden's favor. the actual number age, whether you're 60, 70, 80, that's less important than your style and show yourself as somebody that is going to fight back and push for your values. >> bernie sanders is in his late 70s standing next to 37-year-old pete buttigieg, literally half his age.
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joel payne, good to have you on the show. >> thanks for having me. >> the house judiciary committee filed a lawsuit friday to get grand jury information from the mueller report. >> reporter: democrats onare gog farther than ever, admitting the investigation they are looking into on donald trump could lead to an inquiry will against him. >> reporter: is there no difference between what you're doing now and an impeachment inquiry? >> in effect, weir going to stee what remedies we could recommend, including articles of impeachment. we were not limited to that. >> reporter: arguing, quote, the committee is conducting an investigation whose purposes include determining whether to recommend articles of
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impeachment. committee nadler opening threatening impeachment proceedings. >> the house must have access to all the relevant facts and consider whether to exercise its full article i powers, including a constitutional of the utmost powers, recommendation of articles of impeachment. >> reporter: while also readying a second court case to force done mcgahn to comply with his subpoena. >> reporter: you're seeing us teledpraf th telegraph that one of the remedies we have is impeachment. >> reporter: as some aare growig impeachment with nancy pelosi's strategy worried the window for starting impeachment proceeings may be closing. >> no, i'm not trying to run out the clock. let's get sof fephisticated abo this, okay? we will proceed when we have
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what we need to proceed, not one day sooner. >> reporter: but pressure is growing from top deputies, like chairman nadler who has pleaded with pelosi to lean into articles of impeachment. >> we may pursue articles of impeachment, we may not. there's no point speculating on whether the speaker or anybody else will agree with our decision at that point. >> there were pentagon funds laid out for recruiting, aircraft upgrades, training afghan security forces, but now the supreme court says the president can use that money to build a border wall, dealing a win to the white house. it may only be temporary because the court battle is not only. this ruling just allows the money to be spent while the legal fight continues. that is not starting the president from declaring victory. >> coming up, president trump is downplaying north korea's new
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missile tests since he agreed to restart denuclearization talks. >> according to state-run media, kim jong un is calling the test, quote, a warning to south korea. president trump said it's not a setback to denuclearization talks. >> they are short-range missiles. many people have those missiles. >> joining us, gordon change, author of "north korea takes on the world" and columnist for "the daily beast." good morning. >> good morning, jessica. weep ju we just listened to president trump's assessment of north korea. do you agree? >> even short-range missiles are a violation of the resolutions and if you let them violate the
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resolutions, they will escalate. these missiles target our allies south korea and they almost get to japan. by saying it's not a big deal what president trump is saying to tokyo and to seoul is they can threaten you and that's okay with me. >> short-range missiles mean more when you're within range. let's talk about what this strategically means for north korea. they say this is a warning to south korea, but what's the message to the u.s.? >> the message to the u.s. is the north koreans have not made a strategic decision to give up their missiles and their nukes. american policy under trump since the middle of may has been based that the north koreans have in fact made that decision. if they made that decision, our policy makes sense. but clearly they haven't, which means i think president trump needs go back to the policies that made him successful and those were the policies in place
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through the middle of may of 2018. >> do you believe that kim jong un is getting the better of trump in this deal? he's continuing to have these negotiations and continuing to interface with the president, with the united states but at the same time continuing with these tests and all of these other different things like that. do you think he's getting the better of the president? >> since the middle of may of 2018, we've been making all of the concessions and kim has been making virtually none. this is a stark contrast where before the north koreans were making all the concessions and we weren't making any. i think we immediate to go back to a more resolute policy on sanctions enforcement and make sure the north koreans realize they have no choice but to give up their nukes. we haven't been as vigorous as we should have been this past year. >> we're prying to the may '18
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footing. where do the military exercises that the president calls war games, with are do they fall in there? should the u.s. return to those with south korea? >> well, yes. in the june summit in singapore last year, president trump said he wasn't going to go forward with the major exercises we have cancelled all the major ones, foul eagle and ultra freedom guardian, but we've done the small ones to maintain readiness. on the other hand, the north koreans have continued with their major exercises are especially their winter training cycle this year, which really is massive. what we immediate to do is, yeah, okay, we can stop our exercises but the north koreans need to stop theirs as well. >> gordon chang, thanks for being with us this morning. >> thank you. >> coming up, why investigators say some good samaritans may have inadvertently helped teens
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polices in canada are going door to door searching for two teen-agers wanted for the murders of three people. >> investigators initial live thoug
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-- initially thought the teens were missing after their car was found burning on the side of the highway but two days later authorities named them as suspects, armed and dangerous. >> reporter: polo, give us an idea of the breadth of the search area. >> reporter: i can tell up at this point there's no sign that canadian police are going to scale back their search. if anything, it's going more intense. this weekend they'll be going door to door trying to track down some leads. late yesterday they released brand new video of breyer and cam, video shot at a business in meadow lake saskatchewan on sunday, about 800 miles just west of gillam where the search continues now. authorities are also looking into the possibility that these two young men could have received some form of assistance to try to essentially get out of
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that area. however, authorities are saying if somebody helped them, that person or persons main not have known who they were dealing with. >> our investigators are also exploring the possibility that the suspects may have inadvertently received assistance in leaving the area. to restate, there have been no confirmed sightings outside of the gillam area. >> reporter: that's rcmp made very clear, because of that they have put out that brand new surveillance video hoping that someone may recognize them and may have come forward because they are running out of laefds here based on what we're getting from authorities. they have confirm ld they do have two kwob operated sightings, the latest one happening on monday in the town of gill yam but authorities are working with possibility,
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they may longer be there. they may not have much to go on. because the terrain is so unforgiving, they do believe they likely would be in and around that area. jessica and victor. >> polo, thank you so much. >> up bet. >> also we're learning several usa water polo athletes were injured in a night club in south korea. >> the incident occurred after an upper floor of the night club collapsed. a handful of athletes suffered nonlife threatening injuries. all u.s. water polo athletes are safe and accounted for. the athletes were celebrating the women's national team winning the world championship yesterday. >> in rome two 19-year-old americans have been arrested for alleged lip murdering an italian police officer. >> italian police say they stabbed the officer eight times
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over a stolen backpack. tell us what happened over the attack. >> police are saying these boys bought what they thought was cocaine from a local pusher. when they determined that this was just crushed aspirin, they went back to the pusher, stole his back pack and shoup the police got involved in this, whether they were undercover and whether the pusher was an informant or a couple of theories being floated here. the boys apparently got very violent, i tacked and the there's lots of surveillance tape that shows these young men fleeing the scene. they were rested and had plans to leave and escape back to the united states just hours before they were arrested. but we haven't really heard anything from the boys.
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we don't know who there given p or nor information given from their side. right now the police are driving the narrative. they say the boys confessed to the crime, confessed to their involvement and were part of this terrible murder of this 35-year-old police officer. >> of course we're hoping to hear more from both sides here in this case. thank you. teak a look at this enough video of the san diego coast guard chasing down suspected drug smugglers. >> in the video, the suspects are seen throwing large bags from this boat. can you see how fast it going. the coast guard said in all 2,300 pounds of cocaine was seized in the case. the haul made up part of 26,000 pounds of drugs the coast guard cutter "steadfast" offloaded yesterday. the coast guard estimates $50 million worth cocaine has been
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the 18-year-old american says what he went through should never have happened, even if immigration officials allege he's partly to blame. immigration officials say there was confusion about your status because there was conflicting documents. do you think this was about the documents or do you think that this was about something else? >> translator: they thought they were superior. they looked at us with such distaste. i think it was a certain type of racism. >> reporter: for three weeks he slept on the concrete with nearly 70 others who were doing the same. they didn't even traeeat you li human beings? >> no. >> reporter: he said every three or four days he was given a wet wipe to clean himself. you didn't shower at all? >> no. >> reporter: for 23 days you didn't shower? >> for 23 days with bad diet, i lost nearly 30 pounds. >> reporter: he said no one ever believed he was american. at one point he considered self-deporting to mexico.
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>> reporter: they just mess with your mind. >> ci. >> reporter: how? explain in. >> translator: the truth, threatening me that they were going to press charges for falsifying documents. the whole time insulting me that how could i not know where i was from? >> reporter: this all started on june 27th, when he, along with his brother and two friends, left their home and headed north. they were stopped at a check point while on their way to ranger college in central texas for soccer camp. he was carrying documents proving he was an american, but he also carried a tourist visa that mistaken lily listed his bh company as mexico. there were situations including conflicting reports from the individual and multiple birth certificates can and should take more time to verify.
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this was said in a joint statement yesterday. >> there are going to be people that watch this interview and say that you live in the united states, you're an american, you should be speaking english. what -- you smile. what do you say to those people? >> i don't speak english but i'm going to learn it and speak it later. >> reporter: is this more of a reason to learn it now? >> i have to learn it and talk to everyone so that the next time this happens, they'll believe me. >> reporter: somehow he's able to laugh about his time in custody. just a few days removed from detention, he spends a lot of time thinking about those who aren't as lucky. our president talks about how there's a lot of bad actors, a lot of people that are here to do harm among those that are coming to this country. but you're telling me you felt more scared being in the presence of the i.c.e. officials than you did with the migrants.
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how much of of the migrants would you sap were here to do harm to the united states? >> translator: none. none wanted to come to do harm. all came in search for a better future. >> reporter: after being locked up with them, he now considers some of them friends. he keeps a handful of phone numbers on tiny pieces of paper he received from those friends while in the facility. he's calling families in central america to tell them tlp loved ones are still alive. >> p. >> translator: to see the suffering of other people, it made me understand one can live life in a certain way while other people suffer. >> you speak for them now? >> yes, i try to because they can't talk. i'm like their eyes and ears from inside. >> reporter: walking outside, he says the air and feels different than before. even though he lives on the border, prior to his detention,
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all right, the countdown is on. thele democratic debate just three days away now. gloria borger sat down with eric swalwell to see what it takes to stand out on the national stage. p. >> reporter: at his kickoff rally, california congressman
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eric swalwell was center stage, but at the first primary debate, he was nearly off the stage. >> walking out, that is really intimidating. you're just pointing at people like i don't know if i know you or not but i'm pointing, i've waving. you feel like you're just completely vulnerable and just everyone's looking at you. >> reporter: that debate would be his last. >> today end our presidential campaign. >> reporter: our polling just stayed flat. it didn't go anywhere. >> reporter: remaining at less than 1%. and as the field lienes up for the two cnn debates, the pressure is really on. in the fall securing podium spots will be twice as hard. so detroit could be the end of the trail. >> reporter: maybe 12, 13 of these candidates, there's not going to be another shot after this. >> to some extent, not qualifying for the debate is a death sentence. >> it's essential to i about
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what can i do here? >> p. >> reporter: stewart stevens has prepped republicans candidates. >> ideally before a debate, you'd look at your polling and say who would i need to talk to? you would never make an ad and say i don't know who i'm going to talk to. it would be like shooting a gun in the air and hoping ducks fly by. >> there was a little girl in california who was part of the second class to integrate her public schools and she was bussed to school every day. and that little girl was me. >> reporter: she's defined herself. and she got her bio in. you look that person and you're pulling for that person. >> reporter: so it didn't seem
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contrived? >> there's a difference between prepared and contrived. she's comfortable talking about race and that shown p shs. >> reporter: you're president of the united states or you're vice president, people usually applause. europe not us you're not used to someone getting in your face. >> if you were joe biden, what would be advise him to do? >> be on offense. you are there to win votes, not defend your lead. >> reporter: that's fine if you're biden or elizabeth warren or bernie sanders fighting over the same voters. if you're not a name brand candidate, breaking out can be hard to do there's other alternatives that are specificable. do we really need like eight variation of barbecued potato chips? >> you just feel the glare of
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the moderators looking at you like you're not a top-tooen person. you can feel that. >> up have like five minutes? >> foo:45, in that amount of time? >> have a moment that gets replayed. >> if we're going to solve the issue of student loan debt, pass the torch. if we're going to end gun violence for families fearful of sending their kid to school, pass the torch. >> do you think you got a little too torchy there? >> i thought all of these issues that have gun pd p gunned down. did it lick a little con -- but if these debates, preparation can be everything. >> it's them, it's the candidates and their o'opponent. >> no phone a friend?
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>> no phone a friend. this is where they're going to sink or swim. it's an important test in the process. >> after all that studying and those rehearsals, how does it feel backstage when your candidate goes off script? >> it's a very special feeling when you're standing there watching the television and you're thinking what are they doing? that is not what we said! right? on the other hand i will say as a campaign manager, there is no way for you to know what it is like. >> reporter: public failure is never easy. but with 20 candidates, it more than likely. >> you have to be willing to lose and stand for something. can you try too hard running for president and it will always come back and bite you. >> reporter: so it's a fine line for every candidate on stage. impress but don't look like you're try too hard. you know, victor, just be yourself. >> thank you, gloria borger. lineups are set for the cnn
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. he's a maverick in his own right. cnn's richard quest gets to fly right high with the breitling jet team.
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the largester aerobatic display team in europe. >> take a look. >> this is not your typical flight where you ensure your seat belt is fastened and tray table is up. 7,000 feet aboveground and the breitling jet team, it is a battle of laughs. >> brilliant. >> reporter: it all began in such an around fashion. >> some are good, some are not. >> you hope he's a better pilot than a singer. otherwise you are in trouble.
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>> reporter: that makes two of us. >> excitement overflowing in the room. >> so richard will be in position number 3. and he will have a fantastic view on the whole jet team, the seven jets. it is frightening but i'm sure he will enjoy it. >> reporter: but this sort of flight, preparation is everything. >> this one is your size. >> reporter: you can't fly if you are not dressed properly. >> perfectly comfortable. >> reporter: like any other flight. here there is a safety briefing but this one involves ejector seats. >> let's kbosmt -- go. >> reporter: and so into the air, where everything changed. >> absolutely on top of each other all over the clouds. >> reporter: i was fine for the first. the barrel roll had me in
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stitches. >> reporter: and then the second loop. >> oh. >> reporter: dignity requires t travail over the rest. back on the ground and i can reflect. the pilot's skills, the plane's performance. the excellence of the experience. i feel elated. let's be honest though. i won't be doing this again. i mean it when i say i'm never doing it again. never. richard quest cnn looping the loop with the breitling jet team. i have a feeling he's never doing this again. >> yeah. i think he was serious. i flew with the blue angels
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several years ago. >> how was that? >> it was so cool. but i will say i only passed out for like five seconds. >> but you still passed out. >> i still passed out. they teach you all the breathing techniques and the ejection segment. they are so great. >> would you do it again? >> yeah sure. >> why no. >> sure why not. >> all right. so this is something i hope i never have to live through. i love vegas, but not while this is going. massive swarms of grasshoppers in the city this week scaring residents and the like. look at the video. hundred of them here outside the store? look at this next piece of video. >> experts. they say don't worry about that. the grasshopper, a common desert species. appears when there is a wet, wet winter spring and then the insects migrate north soon. but i don't know. if you got out and all in your
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