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news that president trump pressured the president of ukraine to investigate joe biden's son. boom. >> you can see the chaos in the white house. >> i say to the president you've come pooh into my wheelhouse now. >> president trump playing golf and on series of tweets the president insists he should not be impeached. >> the trump administration is ramping up its investigation into -- get this -- former secretary of state hillary clinton's emails! >> rudy giuliani, get him on the phone! >> hi, mr. trump.
what is new? >> what do you mean what is new, rudy? i'm being impeached! >> announcer: this is "new day weekend" with victor blackwell and christi paul. >> nick mulvaney we are told that is he in trouble with the boss. white house denies mulvaney is in any trouble. we have learned that senate majority leader mitch mcconnell actually encouraged the white house to release the rough transcript of the call with the president with the ukrainian leader. why? >> the special envoy to ukraine
stepped down from his post on friday. >> a lot to talk about here. our coverage kicks off with kristen holmes in washington. what are sources saying is their frustration in the white house, that there was no plan as we understand it, to deal with the transcript once it was released and that is why president trump and part of the administration is so frustrated? >> good morning. >> reporter: keep in mind this a lot of white house aides who did not want this transcript to be released. many argued against. the fact there was a lack of response to this backlash. keep in mind last weekend we were talking about the white house was mulling over whether or not to release this transcript. that mean they had days to prepare some sort of strategy and some sort of response. once they released the transcript we didn't see that
from the white house. they stood by the transcript but no explanation of what is going on there and causing tension in the white house not just about this but moving forward. what is this going to look like around an impeachment inquiry? we did see a little bit how that strategy might play out from the white house. this is president trump's tweets yesterday. dozens of tweets here. you can see he went through everything. he slammed democrats. he released a video at one point saying he was the victim of a scam. we know saying that he is a victim is a wig part of his strategy. this is his direct appeal. you see he that big one there. presidential harassment. he is going off on twitter doing his appeal to his followers, to his base. but is this going to work or not? i want to kind of go back in time here and talk about the clinton administration and when he was going through the impeachment process. they had an entire war room set up. this was to doeal with this process. president trump seems does not have that. i want to point to a statement
given to us by president trump's private counsel saying no war womanroom is going to be set up. he says i am confident that over -- that our existing legal team will be in a position to respond appropriately to any developments. again, a lot of tension in the white house. do they need to set something up? is this trump appealing directly through twitter, through these statements painting himself a victim is that going to work in something of this magnitude? >> i know a lot to cover. thank you. so let's take a minute here to fact check some of the president's claims on twitter. she just showed some of them. yesterday the president tweeted this. well, that is a lot. glenn kessler, "the washington post" fact checker sums it up
best and says this. in case you're not familiar with "the washington post" fact checking gauge they use pinocchios to rate the false statements. >> adam schiff had this tweet. so we want to get the record straight here as well. schiff began reading what he heard a parody of fthe president's phone call. nancy pelosi doubling down speaking last night, she said democrats will go ahead with it regardless of any political consequences. >> i said to the president, and i'm saying to you, you've come
into my wheelhouse now. to tell you the truth i've been prayerful about this and i'm heartbroken about it. i would just hope there would be something that would say this is not what it seems to be. but that's not where we are right now. >> speaker pelosi said she has a responsibility to protect the constitution, which is a system of checks and balances. >> so much to talk about this morning. let's go to daniel strauss, a politics report for politico. daniel, good morning. >> good morning. >> let's start here. the president is reported is upset with nick muscick mulvane his chief of staff. they say they are not establishing a war room to handle the legal elements or the messages. if they are upset how the first week went, they are disappointed, what are they doing for week two, week three as this goes on to change that?
>> i mean, we really don't know what is going to happen in week two and week three. it is unusual for the president to be upset with mick mulvaney. of the chiefs of staffs hee had, this is a chief of staff in the president's good graces the longest and consistently pleased him. so it is unusual here that white house officials and people close to the president and the president, himself, are dissatisfied with something that this chief of staff is doing right now. >> he's had three jobs in this administration, over consumer protections and office of management and budget, and now acting white house chief of staff. you know, there is the question of in addition to the conversation with the president of ukraine, there is the reporting over the weekend that there also in this classified server, record of conversations
about with mohammed bin salman in saudi arabia. is. >> there is strong appetite in washington to declassify these conversations. i've been surprised by the willingness of the white house to come forward and declassify as quickly as they have these conversations. but i don't really know at this particular time how eager they are going to be going forward. what they have done in acknowledging them and declassifying what has come out so far they have shown they are taking this inquiry very, very seriously. >> we will see in a couple of days. the deadline is friday for that subpoena for the secretary of state mike pompeo to hand over documents to the three house committees. let me turn now to former now u.s. envoy to ukraine kirk volker who will be deposed by several house committees this week. in addition to rudy giuliani's text message he showed on that ipad on fox news, there is this
from the whistle-blower's claim. let's put it up. the claim that the two ambassadors for the u.s. reportedly provided advice to the ukrainian leadership how to, quote, navigate the demands that the president had made of mr. zelensky, the president of ukraine. detail just how critical this deposition on thursday could be. >> i mean, highly critical. this is going to be someone who was close and at hand through the most sensitive parts of these discussions between president trump and the president of ukraine. it's something that is going to play a major role in this inquiry. the fact that he resigned and he is also willing to come forward and participate in this deposition means that this will be a high profile event. >> daniel strauss with politico, thank you so much. >> thanks. breaking news here in hong
kong. for the 17th week, protesters have taken to the streets there and clashed with police. this is happening days ahead of china's national day. we will get a live report. will ripley is there. made history in houston as the first police officer to wear a turban on deputy. what we are learning about the deputy's killing and how a community is offering his life now. the presidential candidate suspending the weekend talking about the whistle-blower scandal and their support for an impeachment probe. a closer look at how it could define the 2020 election. speaking of that. "saturday night live" has a take on how the 2020 election will be different than 2016. here is larry david returning as bernie sanders. >> last time my slogan was feel the burn. this time it's let's burn this place to the ground!
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avoiding the tauopic the democratics candidates are weighing in more forcefully. >> we have a president who is confessing on national television to an abuse of power rather than leading the american people where we need to go. we are in trouble. >> listen. this administration, in particular, donald trump, will do everything he can that is running a corrupt administration and in the process of, impeached and he has violated the trust of the american people and sold out our democracy. >> politico daniel strauss is back with us. "the new york times" headline today, democrats 2020 campaign message is not impeachment. what is it? >> i mean, i think they are still figuring that out. we are very early in the primary right now. this is an uncomfortable situation for democrats to be in. the last time a party moved to
impeach a sitting president, they felt a backlash and there are party leaders on both sides of the aisle who think that might happen again. look. there is a possibility that there could be a situation where impeachment is proceeded right around the time where voters will really come out and pick a candidate and some will see this as a partisan move by democrats. i mean, we already know that the white house is going to paint it that way. the question is if these polls that have recently come out showing a rising sense of approval for impeachment are going to last or if democrats suffer the consequences because some voters think it's just a partisan move. >> so here is the question -- what happens if impeachment is not fruitful, if it doesn't go through? >> i mean, right now, it doesn't look like it's going to be a slam dunk, right? republicans control the senate. and they play a role in this. but, at the same time, the argument that i'm hearing from democrats publicly and
internally is that it's the inquiry, itself, that has some merit, it's not necessarily the removal of the president but there that an investigation going on and democrats who are running for president are presenting themselves as responsible arbiters of malpractice. >> daniel, i know that there is a little deja vu going on this morning. everybody woke up and said what is this? just when you thought the 2016 election was over, "the washington post" reporting this morning on yet another investigation into hillary clinton's emails. as many as 130 current and former state department official have been contacted by state department investigators. the trump administration reportedly looking back at emails sent to her private server years ago. some of them have been retroactively classified opening up the officials to potential security violations. daniel, when you heard about this, what was your first
thought? >> i mean, look. this is yet another example that republicans and trump's closest allies feel that hillary clinton and her conduct with this email server need to stay in the national spotlight so many years later let me ask you this. did somebody prompt this headline? people are saying why now? >> i think some skeptics would say this is a move to counter the impeachment investigation. i can't really say one way or another but i think that is what the skepticism is. >> but nothing you know of that happened that would have resurrected this investigation? >> there is nothing that i know at this moment that would spur this. >> about 130 officials who were contacted in recent weeks, "the washington post" reporting those targeted were notified that emails they sent years ago have
been retroactively classified and now constitute potential security violations. i want to put ourselves in that position where you're an official and, suddenly, you think everything is finished and you get this call that it's not. what steps do the official have to take? are they lawyering up right? >> they have to consider that, right? it's still unclear this early on whether they need to find their own lawyers on what this means. retention of these emails in a classified setting is a serious, serious thing. the fact that these officials, 130 of them, that is a lot, have to even consider or recall emails from years ago and think about the severity of them now after we thought that this investigation had concluded is something they have to take very seriously. >> daniel strauss, we appreciate you taking the time for us this morning. thank you, sir. >> thanks. president trump has been
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23 minutes after the hour. white house chief of staff, a acting chief of staff mick mulvaney on shake ground with the president. from the release of the transcript of his call with the president of ukraine. >> the president and other in the white house on angry that director mulvaney had for plan to deal with the backlash from the call or the whistle-blower's complaint. white house denying those reports we should say. senate minority leader chuck schumer says he is on board with the house's impeachment inquiry. >> the new york senator said he has been speaking constantly with house speaker nancy pelosi. >> the coming months ahead, congress has a serious job ahead of us.
we are in rare constitutional waters but you have my word that speaker pelosi and i will treat this matter with the gravity and seriousness and dignity it demands. but donald trump, make no mistake about it, if the facts merit as alonzo david said, nancy pelosi and chuck schumer are coming for you! >> well, as the house pushes on with the impeachment inquiry, let's look at how the next few months might play out here. house democrats have already been conducting multiple investigations through six committees. impeachment inquiry now centers and the intelligence community and specifically on this call with president zelensky of ukraine. critical to the investigation is an interview with the whistle-blower filed a complaint something the house democrats are pushing for and witnesses from the white houses attorney general bill barr and the
president's personal attorney rudy giuliani. once all of the investigations are done and those separate committees, a house committee could draw up articles of impeachment and the formal set of charges that initiate the impeachment process. >> if that process moves forward, it's time them for key votes in the house. the house judiciary committee goes first and need to approve any articles of impeachment. the vast majority of democratic lawmakers do -- that does not mean they will vote to impeach the president. vulnerable democrats in red states might hold out and we don't have a gauge of any republicans who may cross the aisle. >> fountain charges are formally approved by the how meaning the president has been impeached then you go to the trial phase. everything would then be in the hands of the senate. chief justice john roberts would be the one to reside over the televised trial in the senate. all 100 members of the upper
chamber would serve as the jury. 67 guilty votes are needed for a conviction. senate majority leader mitch mcconnell could play a central role in segment the rules for the trial. how many days it would last and republicans control the senate so they have the right to write the rules the way they want them. no president has ever been convicted by the senate during impeachment proceedings, so it's important to note. that is the next -- potentially the next few weeks to months. >> that is the process here. impeachment fears are growing throughout the white house. we know president trump seems to be showing a little bit of that. he is unleashing on twitter. >> all weekend, he's been sending out these tweets railing against house democrats and retweeting supporters and fox news clips and defunct conspiracies about joe biden and his son hunter biden. brian stelter is joining us. i was in bed last night and i
happened -- many of us have an larry when the president tweets. the phone lit up back-to-back-to-back all night and the president was retweeting republican talking points. a lot what he has been tweeting over the weekend is vitriolic. >> disinformation campaign is really what it is led by the president and his aides to try to smear this whistle-blower's complaint and attack the credibility. it's something we have seen for several days now. you're right. i think it's getting worse as the weekend goes on. perhaps as the president watches news coverage and realized what a pickle he is in. i think we should watch out for in the weeks to come more of that dehumanizing language you mentioned like savages he used against democrats on saturday. in the past week he has used sick and scum to describe reporters and it may get worse as time goes on. i think we should watch out for his right wing media allies describing this whistle-blower who is complaint was deemed urge
and credible by the trump administration as a spy, as someone who has created a hoax trying to set up the president. this has been called a hit job and a witch hunt on fox news and other right wing media sources. that is really partisan virt vitriolic language and it's up to the politicians to make their cases, to persuade the american people will the legitimacy of this case and about the seriousness of this case. we have seen nancy pelosi and others do that this week. look at how they tried to wrap themselves in patriotism. pelosi with flags behind her referring to the constitution. other lawmakers referring to the founding fathers. they are saying they are doing this impeachment inquiry out of patriotism which could be a persuasive argument. >> we will see you at 11:00 for "reliable sources." >> we want to get live to hong ko kong. police are clashing with plioli
and 17th consecutive weekend this has been happening. will ripley is there. will, how are you? what is going on? >> reporter: we are standing in the middle of the front line between the protesters here in one of the districts in hong kong has been the scene of weekly violence and shooting their laser beams in the direction of the riot police down that way who could be moving in here really any minute now. we see bricks strewn lomp the road. they were pulled up from the sidewalk there. one of the weapons protesters have been using along with molotov cocktails. we don't know what will happen but if past weeks are any indication all police down that way will charge this way and protesters may hurl petrobombs and police my fire tear gas. this is a circulatie i situatio escalate.
october 1st could be a very violent day here in hong kong because police have said any demonstrations like this will not be allowed which means they will be beefing up their resources. protesters beefing up their resources. we saw tear gas fired by that was the kin's pharmacy and police are firing from that direction and standing behind me. this is the 17th consecutive week. we are out here, the streets of what be should a bustling business district changed to a scene of combat between young people who say they are fighting for their future and congress honk police trying to maintain law and order and semblance in this city. >> thank you. will, be careful you and your crew there. we will be right back. was in an accident. usaa took care of her car rental, and getting her car towed. all i had to take care of was making sure
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long island. it was recorded and shared on snapchat. police say close to 50 teenagers watched the fight but did nothing to save 16-year-old kasheen morris. police believe morris was walking home from school and that caused the suspects to come after him. 18-year-old who allegedly stabbed morris multiple times in the chest has pleaded not guilty on murder charges. his family watched the arraignment of the new suspects and drove to bury the one they loved on. >> just a nice person. you know? really funny. loved life. shouldn't happen. >> police believe more teenagers have video of this fight and they are asking those witnesses to come forward. jovial, kind, trail blazer is how people are describing in houston a harris county sheriff's deputy who was killed in the line of duty.
>> they say the deputy was shot and killed during a traffic stop on friday. police say he was returning to his patrol car when the suspect who was wanted on a parole violation shot the deputy from behind. almost five years ago he became the first deputy it in his department to wear a turban and beard while in police uniform and both are symbols of his religion. videos like this of him playing with a child who was deaf are being shared and showing the depth of his connection to the community. the 42-year-old father of three was known for reaching out to everyone, especially young people. >> i remember he would always come check up on me and my friend. i remember he used to knock on me on my door when i was outside and because i wasn't feeling well. >> if he see any children, he start playing with them and some kids like they cannot -- he
still trying to play with them on christmas. he bring them gifts on christmas. >> fbi supervisor and cnn law enforcement analyst james gagliano is with us now. thank you for being with us. >> you're welcome. >> when we hear sounds like that from a child and we see this video and we know that the sheriff's office created this official policy to allow him to be who he is on the force, what does that tell you about the man and the people who worked with him? i mean, they are family. >> it's been a sobering and somber weekend for law enforcement, christi. look. this deputy was the best of the best. i mean, he truly epitomized what it's like to be a sheepdog protecting your flock. to your point about being a trail blazer, the part about him that made him so unique.
he was a courageous man and a practicing sikh and we know the sikh religion when originated in cuba and has about 500,000 fo followers in the united states and protected people from tyranny and outside intervention. so no price that this deputy decided as a texan and a practicing sikh he wanted to become a part of the harris county sheriff's department. the fact he was allowed to be a trail blazer and the grooming standard were relaxed and he was allowed to wear a turban. i think an outstanding bridge to the community. you never think east texas would be a place that -- it doesn't just impact the law enforcement community folks like me to grieve when you hear about cops being killed, our american family grieves. this is a tough time for america. >> his killing was so brutal.
what is striking about it is, first of all dhaliwal's dash camera was able to identify the suspect in this. he had been out of prison since 2014. this was a routine traffic stop. no argument. dhaliwhal was walking to his car after conversing with solace. solace got out of the car and charged with him and shot him twice and once in the back of the head. no indication this was happening. at least it didn't like it was dhaliwal. help us understand how you pull somebody over in a routine traffic stop, would there not have been a sign in any way? i'm not thinking that dhaliwal should have done anything differently but to go from
having i'm having a conversation with you to the minute you turn your back and you're at him and you kill him, that that is hard to wrap around. >> i've argued a long time as a former fbi s.w.a.t. team leader that the most dangerous job in law enforcement is the lone police officer, the lone sheriff's deputy, the lone straight trooper who approaches a car on a vehicle stop. in this instance a traffic violation. a failure to signal. as the deputy approached the car he knows nothing about the inhabitant, about the occupant, the driver of the vehicle. extremely dangerous. he has got to proceed with caution. he exchanges a conversation with the driver and turns and goes back to his vehicle and that is when solice jumps out of the car and fires a weapon and fires two shots at him and one striking him in the back of the head. awful, awful situation. the deputy in this instance could never have know this was going to happen. you pull somebody over for a broken taillight you don't know
if they just committed capital murder somewhere and makes the job so dad gum difficult and dangerous. >> james, i'm sorry for you and the whole police community there because we know that you are feeling it. thank you so much. >> thanks, christi. historic snowstorm is blasting parts of the u.s. this weekend. seven states are under these weather alerts. cnn's allison chinchar will break it all down for us next. listen. woody harrelson hosted "saturday night live" last night. we want to show you a little bit of "snl's" take on the impeachment inquiry and the 2020 democratic presidential candidates. >> bill, you know i've going to need somebody to at that time blame for this. >> yeah. but where are you going to find a sacrificial patsy that will do anything you say? not it. >> don't worry. i have the perfect stooge. >> hello.
>> how is church going? you still waiting on what's his face to come come back? >> you mean jesus? >> yes. i'm calling you about this whole ukraine whistle-blower thing. it's looking pretty bad for you. >> for me? but you're the one who broke the law. >> hey, wait a minute. don't try to drag me into your mess. >> i like plastic straws. i've been around forever and i've always worked but now you're mad at me? drink up, america! last time i saw was feel the burn? this time, it's lets burn this place to the ground! the hospit. because of smoking. but we still had to have a cigarette. had to. but then, we were like. what are we doing? the nicodermcq patch helps prevent your urge to smoke all day. nicodermcq. you know why, we know how.
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we are having a conversation this morning. >> we are having a conversation. >> if snow snowflake falls in september, is it winter weather? >> it is what we would think would be winter weather. this comes down to is a ma mantices. >> seven states are under a weather advisory. as much as five feet of snow blanketing parts of the rockies by monday. >> cnn meteorologist allison chinchar has the latest. allison, clear it up for us. >> this may confuse you even more, victor. the weather service defines
anything that happens after july 1st counts as the next winter season. >> how? >> i know. >> winter starts december 21st, right? >> technical, yes. apparently we have learned this weekend the snow can happen at any time. we have been talking a lot of snow. record snow for some areas. spoka spokane, washington, all-time snowiest month of september ever from the yesterday from the snow that fell. it wasn't as much as others are seeing but look at the current snow depth. you're looking at 12, 18, 24 inches of snow. here is the thing. it's still snowing. this is an image taken around glacier national park in montana. seven states under a winter weather alert this weekend and continue through today. you got rain on the front end and that is impacting a lot of areas in the plains. may have severe storms out of it. on the back half of this, that is where we are talking about snow and heavy snow.
some it coming down several inches an hour in some of these cases. yes in the lower lying areas maybe an additional 2 to 4 inches is expected from here on out. the eye higher elevations you could have another foot of snow on top of what they have. it feels really cold outside. when you factor in the temperature and the wind it's going to feel like 20 degrees when folks in helena wake up and 24 in spokane when you get up this morning. an entirely different story on the other half of the country. about 170 possible record highs over the next several days. here you go. just for you, victor and christi. atlanta's forecast the average this time of the year is 78. look at this. 95 on thursday. >> i want the average! >> 70 is perfect. allison chinchar, thanks so much. >> thank you. we will be right back. fee roasters costa rica paraíso. meet sergio. and his daughter, maria. sergio's coffee tastes spectacular. because costa rica is spectacular.
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president trump apparently brought up investigating hillary clinton in his call to ukraine's leader. >> he asked president zelensky to possibly look into a u.s. cybersecurity firm to find a missing computer server. cnn's brian todd has the details. >> reporter: it's one of the more bizarre comments made by president trump in his phone call with ukraine's president. the suggestion that somehow a computer server tied to the 2016 election is now mysteriously in ukraine. according to the call, trump would like his ukrainian
counterpart to do us favor and saying i would like you to find out what happened with this whole situation with ukraine. they say, crowd strike. i guess you have one of your wealthy people. the server they say ukraine has it. i would like to have the attorney general call you or your people and i would like you to get to the bottom of it. the only problem? experts say there is no evidence of any of this. >> this is really a deep state conspiracy theory. it's not supported by the facts. >> reporter: the server trurve refers to appears to be the democratic national committee server and robert mueller say was hacked by the russians during their 2016 interference campaign as part of the kremlin's effort to get president trump elected. trump in more than 20 interviews tweets and other public comments has harped on the debunked idea the dnc server somehow contains unrevealed evidence and might be
in mysterious hands. >> where is the server? i want to know where is the server? and what is the server saying? >> reporter: trump regularly points out the fbi never had access to the original dnc servers. that is, in part, because of the fbi's practice with working with copies. the dnc says none of its original servers were ever missing. dnc and crowd strikes say they gave fbi copies of the servers and once they determined there was a russian hack something then fbi director james comey never objected to. >> best to get access to the machines themselves but my folks say this is a stubstitute. >> reporter: crowd strike did previously do work for the ukrainian government but totally unrelated to the dnc or the 2016 presidential election and trumps once said that crowd strike was owned and run by a ukrainian, a
comment apparently driven by online conspiracy theories. analysts say trump is just repeating these false online myths or trying to misdirect and muddying the waters. >> i think he is looking for a counter to the mueller report and trying to shift the blame. >> reporter: then trump telling the ukrainian president he wanted bill barr to contact the ukrainians to get to the bottom of the server question. legal analysts says it would be inappropriate for the attorney general to be involved in any of that. a justice department spokeswoman tells cnn the president didn't ask barr to contact the ukrainians on that or any other matter and that barr never communicated with the ukrainians on his own. brian todd, cnn, washington. >> thank you so much for being with us this morning. the next hour of your "new day" starts after a quick break.
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