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>> i can't believe it's over. >> we are going to keep it right here, you can find us on facebook as well. thank you so much for joining us, "happening now" starts right now. >> jon: president trump mincing no words in his first-ever address to the united nations general assembly, mocking north korea's leader kim jong un as a rocket man, bowing total destruction of his regime as he keeps pursuing nuclear weapons. hello and welcome to the second half hour of "happening now," very interesting day. >> julie: the president speaking for nearly an hour, calling on the u.n. to live up to its charter, urging member nations to act in their own self-interest but also to unite when it comes to the threat of nations like north korea. >> rogue regimes representative of this body not only support
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terrorists but threaten other nations in their own people with the most destructive weapons known to humanity. authority and authoritarian powers seek to collapse the values, the systems and alliances that prevented conflict and tilted the world toward freedom since world war ii. to put it simply, we meet at a time of both immense promise and great peril. it is entirely up to us whether we left the world to new heights or let it fall into a valley of disrepair. we have it in our power, so shd we so choose, to live millions from poverty, help our citizens realize their dreams and to ensure that new generations of children are raised free from
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violence, hatred, and fear. if we desire to lift up our citizens, if we aspire to the approval of history, we must fulfill our sovereign duties to the people we faithfully represent. we must protect our nations, their interests and their futures. we must reject threats to sovereignty from the ukraine to the south china sea. we must uphold respect for law, respect for borders and respect for culture and of the peaceful engagement these allow. >> julie: chief white house correspondent john roberts is live at the u.n. where he has been watching all the action all day long, hey, john. >> a lot of it so far, good afternoon to you. nikki haley said late last week
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that the president was going to "slap the right people" and he certainly did when it came to north korea, being very tough on the north korean regime. listen to what the president said. >> the united states has great strength and patience, but if it is forced to defend itself or its allies, we will have no choice but to totally destroy north korea. >> the president also had sharp words for iran and the iran nuclear deal, calling out iran is a destabilizing influence in the region, again describing the nuclear deal as one of the worst deals ever negotiated and one iran is taking full advantage of and at the same time taking advantage of the goodwill of the united states. listen here. >> we cannot abide by an agreement if it provides cover for the eventual construction of
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a nuclear program. the iran deal was one of the worst and most one-sided transactions the united states has ever entered into. frankly, that deal is an embarrassment to the united states and i don't think you've heard of the last of it, believe me. >> the president also laying out his vision for the future of the united nations, saying his america first policy is something every nation of the world should adopt and use it to do its own advantage. undertaking policies that benefit their own people and working with the international community to face the common threats that are facing many nations of the world. listen to how the president laid it out. >> this is a beautiful vision of this institution and this is the foundation for cooperation and success. strong, sovereign nations,
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diverse countries with different values, different cultures and different dreams not just coexist but work side-by-side on the basis of mutual respect. >> the president didn't stop with calling out iran and north korea, he singled out the maduro regime in venezuela, saying the united states will fight to restore democracy, urging leaders of latin american nations to get on board with that program at a dinner last night. the regime did not like that too much, one of their people calling out the president for what he said. the president also urged the nation and 192 other member nations of nato, excluding iran, venezuela, north korea and others, to undertake reforms of there was a greater sharing of the burden militarily and financially, the president says many people in the united states have made the ultimate sacrifice for many of the member nations of the united nations and that
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it's time for the united nations to pick up and do its fair shar share. >> julie: john roberts with the u.n., thank you so much. >> jon: part of president trump's address today emphasized one of his biggest messages from the campaign trai trail, america first. joining us now, a former terror analyst of the treasury department. america first certainly part of his speech but he also castigated iran for its behavior, that must be welcome news to the israeli delegation. >> absolutely, we will hear soon from prime minister benjamin netanyahu, he is expected to echo those remarks and perhaps persuade world leaders to revisit the iran deal. we heard from the french president earlier today as well as some others saying it will be a mistake to tear up the deal but there is i think an effort underway right now to at least
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try to revisit elements of this deal to revise it until some of the holds and what the president i think noted was a bad deal for the united states and for its allies. >> jon: it may have been a bad deal but it's in place and it's my understanding that his national security advisor h.r. mcmaster is saying you have to stick with what's been foisted upon us. >> i think there is still a debate and if you listen to what the president said during his united nations speech, he hinted there is going to be a revisiting of this in some way. that's not to say he's going to tear up the deal but i think there are some options short of that in the president is looking into that now ahead of the next recertification period. >> jon: is it realistic to pull out of that deal or amended significantly? >> this is something they've been looking out for quite some time, i know there is a lot of trepidation among the international community of walking away, giving iran an
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excuse to go make moves for a nuclear weapon. if we don't take care of some of the gaping holes in the deal, you are going to have a nuclear iran in roughly a decade. it's really about trying to fix those problems that are lingering later on down the line, not to mention the arms embargo which is set to expire, the ban on ballistic missiles is set to expire and mitigating all of the maligned behavior around his engaging in across the middle east, all of these things were left untouched by the nuclear deal. and that's why this is such an urgent matter right now before the united nations and certainly in the white house. >> jon: north korea doesn't have many friends in the world that one of them is around, what's to prevent iran from simply buying the hardware that it needs from north korea which clearly has nuclear capabilities. >> this is one of the great challenges for the international community right now. you are seeing a push from the
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white house to crack down on north korea, a lot of discussion right now on how cut off north korea entirely from the financial system, they keep to that as we have identified is china. china is really responsible for something like 83% of north korea's trade. we need to make sure the chinese are on board, that they cut off north korea entirely from the international system. that won't stop illicit networks involved in moving goods and perhaps even weapons back and forth between north korea and iran but i think vigilance and enforcement is what is necessary. i think the president's right to focus primarily on these two regimes, they are the governments that are posing the greatest threat to international security. >> jon: as you were speaking, we had live pictures of the president returning to the u.n.
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building. the afternoon session about to get underway, he will be listening as you said to prime minister benjamin netanyahu of israel. thank you. >> julie: a tennessee nursing student disappears back in 2011, but her remains were not actually found until three years later and our prosecutors have just wrapped up the case against her suspected killer. who testified in with the defense now plans. plus, we are live on capitol hill where the g.o.p. is making one last stab at repealing and replacing obamacare. but can they make it happen this time?
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yesterday. she was 20 when she disappeared from the front of her home in april of 2011. remains not found until more than three years later. adam's brother and another man also faced charges in the case. ♪ >> julie: the pressure is on for republicans on capitol hill and it centers on a last-ditch g.o.p. effort to overhaul obamacare. there is also a bipartisan effort to try to fix obamacare by the end of the month. chief congressional correspondent mike emanuel is live on capitol hill. here we go again. >> vice president mike pence s up here on capitol hill this hour. here is what the plan would do. it would block grant to the obamacare subsidies. repeal obamacare is individual and employer mandates, repeal the obamacare medical device ta
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tax, strength and ability for states to waive obamacare regulations and protect nations with pre-existing medical conditions. the senate majority leader made this pitch for the plan. >> allowing states and governors to actually implement better health care ideas by taking more decision-making power out of washington. >> here are some g.o.p. senators to watch. kentucky's rand paul says he is a "no" ." susan collins says she has concerns including fundamental changes to the program and affects of premiums for older americans. john mccain john mccain killed health care reform in july and has complained about process in recent days. lisa murkowski told us she is undecided. top democrats are now sounding the alarm.
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it >> senators will be voting blind. they say justice is blind. the senators on the other side of the aisle should be walking around here with a blindfold over their eyes. because they don't know what they are voting on. maybe they don't care. >> there is also a bipartisan effort on capitol hill led by republican lamar alexander of tennessee and patty murray of washington to try to fix obamacare by the end of the month. it is clear this late push has alarmed democrats and outside groups. >> julie: all right, thank you very much, mike emanuel. >> jon: we are closely watching what's happening in the caribbean, category 5 hurricane maria preparing to make landfall on puerto rico after its 160-mile-an-hour winds slammed islands just starting to recover from hurricane irma. plus, president trump with
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plenty of tough talk in his first speech before the u.n. general assembly. for the regimes in north korea and iran and the world leaders he says need to step up to handle threats. we are getting reaction to it all from our political panel after the break. >> no one has shown more contempt for other nations and for the well-being of their own people than the depraved regime in north korea.
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>> julie: right now the president attending the luncheon hosted by the secretary general of the united nations. right now, we want to talk about the world reacting to president trump's tough talk about north korea earlier.
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the president issuing sharp warnings to the rogue nation, urging world leaders to turn up the pressure on kim jong un to give up his nuclear program. >> no nation on earth has an interest in seeing this band of criminals arm itself with nuclear weapons and missiles. the united states has great strength and patience. if it is forced to defend its self or its allies, we will have no choice but to totally destroy north korea. rocket man is on a suicide mission for himself and for his regime. >> julie: let's bring in leslie marshall, fox news contributor and syndicated radio host and patrick griffin. patrick, i will start with you. of the president wasted no time laying down the tough talk for north korea in the way president trump does, using words not every president would use by getting the message
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across. to his audience today at the u.n., that the u.s. is prepared to annihilate north korea, proving once again he means business when it comes to shutting down pyongyang's defiance. what did you think of his speech? >> there was nothing subtle or ambiguous in his speech, this was a mix of pure populism and something i like to call optimistic realism. neither of those things are seen very often at the united nation united nations. i think the president proved today that he can hit the right tones, understanding both the seriousness and of a threat, not only to the united states but also to civilized nations around the world, the behavior like rogue nations like north korea. the bottom line is, there is no question as to where president trump stands today, i think he showed the ability to deploy both strength and nuance, which is exactly the right tone to hit in front of the general assembly today.
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>> julie: rocket man on a suicide mission, not only for himself but for his regime. how do you think foreign leaders receive the president's rhetoric today? >> juvenile. i think calling terrorists losers and calling another leader as much as you despise them rocket man, just look loot the stone-faced diplomats he was facing. this is not a rally, this is not his base and in the beginning i think he saw a bit of discomfort with the president who fortunately did not go off script and embarrass us. i would have to say i agree with senator feinstein who said the u.s. stage is not a place to threaten to wage war. we know the united states means business, the world does. the president is echoing the sentiments of nikki haley. however, at the end of the day he is in a sense insulting some of those in the audience when it comes to north korea, america first, almost talking as if we
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are isolationists and forgetting that there are people in that room that are our allies in some of these agreements. it north korea, threatening somebody that's as unstable as the leader of north korea with rocket man, calling terrorists losers, both very unstable, violent individuals, i think it would be very dangerous and that is not the place to do it. >> julie: what say you, let's say he meant those words for russia and china, they are watching this administration very closely and clearly that was a warning for them. you can't play nice with this monster, he tortures his own people, god only knows what he want to do to the rest of the world. kim jong un threatened that he could reach the u.s. territory of guam, how else would you like him to address the nation and address the world leaders and how we deal with somebody posing a direct threat?
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diplomacy unfortunately does not work with this guy. >> one of the things, i hate to say i agree with steve bannon on anything but i do agree that this is a problem that has not been able to be solved, it's the kind of threat the president is talking about is not going to solve it. we can discuss guam but the reality is the people that would support the most with any type of conflict or violence or with north korea would be south korea, a key ally also sitting there in that assembly. harsh words are good if it's just you against the world but it's not just the united states with north korea against the world, we need the world on our side and i think he spoke a bit too brash and made a sound too isolationist. of course the united states should be first but the united states is not the only country that would be affected obviously by north korea -- south koreans would be affected
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mostly and have the most to lose and the most danger in their path. >> julie: we are watching the united nations, the president is watching emac walking into a luncheon that will be hosted by the secretary general of the united states and we will continue to watch that. rex tillerson also expected to attend. while we watch this developing live, the presidents tough warnings inevitably will be falling on deaf ears. kim jong un will probably be empowered by his tough message and launch more missiles anyway. in a speech he does praise russia and china for signing onto that resolution recently, he says more needs to be done. what do you think china and russia took away from the president's speech today? president trump is entering the room now, we have nikki haley following right behind him. leslie just mentioned, this is not war rhetoric, you don't normally hear warmongering being smoking at the united nations.
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this is a place of diplomacy but nikki haley herself, a u.n. ambassador has basically said that war is not off the table and that military strategy is in the works if pyongyang continues to defy the rest of the world. patrick, i will let you pick it up from there. >> if you look at the poker faces in that room today, some of those countries did not like what they heard coming from the president and that was by design. if we are going to go back to the globalism we were faced with that with the last administration, look where that got us. i agree that the united nations is supposed to be a place for diplomacy. we have tried diplomacy again and again. we are kind of out of options on the diplomatic front. one thing the president did was try to be donald trump, who he is.
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democrats continue to be aghast by trump, they can't imagine his rhetoric. the bottom line is, that's who he is. combined with a firm and clear indication that the united states will not be put in a position where it's people or its allies or civilized nations of the world would be endangered by people like kim jong un. he is a bad guy and it's very much time, letting him know we are not going to take the stuff. >> julie: the very first time the president addresses the united nations general assembly, we get word that the united states is actually considering taking preemptive strikes in order to defend us and defend us from north korea and their constant missile launchers, in other words shooting these missiles, each time they go to try to shoot one
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in the air, whether it's directed at the u.s., at south korea, japan, it doesn't matter. the fact is, every time he shoots off a missile view showing the rest of the world he will continue to do this and eventually he will get a nuclear warhead on one of these things and don't you try to stop me because san francisco, you are next. this is the type of talk that needs to happen from the white house and clearly the past administration did not lay down the line, that is why we are still in this mess. >> first of all, talking and threatening i just do not feel are going to help. you are going to have some measure of diplomacy. we are not going to wipe north korea and all of those innocent men, women, and children who were brainwashed by this leader and don't know what's going on with the outside world and don't know how wonderful the united states is and some of our other allies
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worldwide, this is only, this could just provoke the type of individual that kim jong un is and that is definitely a concern. i think not just for the people of south korea but the people of north korea who will be sent by this man madman to their death without knowing the cause and effect of what will happen with such. this is not an individual to me that you provoke. i think the words were very provocative that the president had today. also i'm very surprised, when you hear leaders, mattis has said it himself in the past, and war with north korea is not a good idea. 100% diplomacy is not going to work but there has to be some middle ground. administrations both left and right, the past four
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presidencies have not been able to find the balance to tame the beast. this guy is much like his father and it continues on. >> julie: it's unfortunate and nobody -- let's be clear, nobody would want to see a repeat of the korean war. i think the idea of course is diplomacy. but patrick, president trump's threat to totally destroy north korea, that's extraordinary even coming from president trump. >> that's very tough language, very tough talk. thank one of the things that's important here is that the president has to projects that the united states realizes how high the stakes are. and that the united states of america must be in a position if it is pushed to do so to either respond or be prepared and let them know that we are ready to do this. we can't continue to go off of
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redlines and then walk away. >> julie: thank you both, we appreciate it. >> jon: a luncheon about to get underway involving president trump and the secretary general of the united nations who is throwing it, we will have more from that building and just a moment.
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>> jon: unexpected action as at the u.n., president trump speaking in front of diplomats. >> rex tillerson has become a fixture here, we are working very hard to solve world problems. there is no better forum, there can be no better forum and certainly there can be no better location where everybody comes together. i want to congratulate you, the word is potential. the potential of the united states in terms of what it's done has been wonderful, but we can do better and we are going to. the potential of the united nations is unlimited. i really believe, i have met your representatives and i know you well. you are going to do things that will be epic. i certainly hope you will but i
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feel very confident. i want to toast everybody in the room and let's give this as a toast to the potential, the great potential of the united nations. thank you all for being here, thank you very much. >> jon: that is something we did not expect, we were told by the white house the president would not be making any remarks during the luncheon. you heard president trump their offering a toast and suggesting great things are possible for that organization. in the weeks, days, months. >> julie: always keeping us on our toes. >> jon: there you go. the president's big moment on the world stage came earlier today.
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>> julie: delivering his first address to the united nations general assembly, he not only had tough talk for north korea, he also had the iran nuclear deal in line, calling it an embarrassment and also had some strong words for leaders, watch. >> the iranian government masks a corrupt dictatorship behind the false guise of the democrac democracy. the longest suffering victims of around leaders are in fact its own people. rather than use its resources to improve iranian lives, it's oil problems go to fund hezbollah and other terrorists that kill innocent muslims and attack their peaceful arab and israeli neighbors. >> julie: live from the united nations with more, quite a busy day. >> we just heard the president give some gracious remarks at the secretary general's luncheon and dealing with the united nations.
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the speech in front of the general assembly was blunt and direct as you just heard. he was not the only world leader dealing with global threats. iranian nuclear deal was front and center, israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu listened, it was a very symbolic and important message that he was there during the president's speech. the president criticized the iranian nuclear deal, basically saying potentially that it could be decertified coming up at some point next month. the concern is what happens after ten years when the restrictions end. the president also directly address the people of iran as opposed to the regime, calling it a murderous, economically depleted world regime and suggesting that the nuclear deal may be scrapped. >> it is time for the entire world to join us in demanding that iran's government and its pursuit of death and destruction. it is time for the regime to free all americans and citizens
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of other nations that they have unjustly detained. >> prime minister netanyahu saying that in his 30 years in the u.n. he has never seen more thoughtful thoughtful speech. other world leaders spoke about the threat of terrorism, he supports the iranian nuclear deal and says it would be a mistake to abandon it. >> renouncing it would be a grave error. it would be irresponsible for us to fail to uphold that. >> the venezuelan prime minister had sharp words for
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president trump, he said the president came here not to talk about peace but war. saying it is a "sad day for the world." tomorrow is when the iranian president will take that podium and address the general assembl assembly. >> jon: as we just mentioned, another big focus of president trump's u.n. speech, north korea. mr. trump vowing to "totally destroy" that rogue regime if pyongyang refuses to back down from its nuclear threats. the president even walking kim jong un as "rocket man." all as the delegation walked wad from front row seats. >> it is a little bit too late here in south korea for most people to watch that speech
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real-time, president trump saying that the u.s. would destroy north korea if north korea threatened it or its allies. we did reach one analyst, her words were strong words. she also said the president was playing "a diplomatic game of chicken. kim jong un and his team, one analyst tells us this kind of talk is sure to get kim jong un's attention. while both sides talk and play with war, others are practicing. take a look at what we saw. >> u.s. and south korean forces taking over a bock town, this is an exercise with a difference. 12 miles away, the heavily fortified beyond north korea. this is just an exercise. if it was a real thing they
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could be dangling with the -- >> this is to be sure that the u.s. and south korean for forces can fight together and maybe send a message to a north. kim jong un hates these exercises, he calls them invasion drills. they claim they are defenses, take a listen. >> all training that we do is training for a possible war. it does give it a different flavor when the pressures are heightened, a different bit of intensity as you see. >> we hear about the military option over and over again, theoretically these are the guys that would have to put it into reality. back to you. >> jon: thank you. >> julie: legal problems now facing aqua equifax.
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>> julie: new information on that deadly high-rise fire in west london that happened at the end of the dash the start of the summer, rather. investigators believe the fire killed more than 80 people but now they say that number could be lower. sky news reporting only 60 people have been confirmed dead with others confirmed missing or presumed dead. >> jon: new follow-up for the credit reporting agency equifax after one of the largest breaches of consumer information history. there are reports that credit
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giant suffered a smaller, unrelated breach back in march. investigators are also looking into three senior executive selling company stock. equifax is said to have no knowledge at the time. let's start with you, put on your prosecutor's hat. these three guys are in a position to have known about the hack, top executives of the company and they happen to sell almost $1.8 million of company shares jointly after that first hack was announced -- after it was discoverable before it came public knowledge. does that sound like white collar crime to you? >> it sounds like a big problem in terms of investigation. the timeline is very solid here. there hack began, they found out
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about it in july, to go weeks after they found out about it but did not make it public, they sell massive amounts of stock and then make it public about a month and a half after that. it is next to impossible for any prosecutor to believe. >> jon: since that time the stock's value has dropped something like 35%. >> it was a very timely sale. a fairy godmother told me to sell my stock but i did not know about the breach. which i don't believe. what's going to happen in this case, they are going to look at the timeline. the timeline to me is a case for insider trading. they weren't some lowly clerks who did not know about the breach, they were high-level executives in a breach of over
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100 million data breaches, 100 million parts of information, they have to know there's no way they did not kno know. >> jon: one of the things that could potentially come up in their defense, i want to ask you about this. the supposition now was this was a state actor who hacked into them, into these accounts. a russia, north korea, china, iran. could they say it looks, we are of little credit reporting company, we can't take on the russians. >> the computer company told them they did nothing to eradicate that which led to the larger reach. the fact was, they didn't do anything about it, sold stock, and lead to multiple lawsuits during that entire period of time. what were they thinking, all these people's credit could potentially be affected, which
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could take them years to resolv resolve. >> jon: 143 million accounts, that is staggering in its size and potential impact. >> this is going to be one of the largest class action lawsuits in history because it impacted so many people and they are going to face civil penalties and possible criminal penalties because i don't see how they could get around this one. >> jon: these are not customers of the agency. these are people, they didn't sign on with equifax, maybe they took out a car loan or a home loan and equifax has her information. >> it wasn't something they voluntarily gave them, it wasn't like you are neighborhood sporting goods store, they have everyone's information, stored whether it is you are knowledge that they have it or not. here's the problem with these companies. they should have done brand damage control from the beginning, i don't get it. get out in front of it, advise
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the public so they can protect themselves. none of this would be happening, it was just a mistake. >> jon: lawyer up. we will see if there is a company left after all of this. thank you both. >> julie: concerns are growing this hour as hurricane maria, a monster category 5 storm prepares to take aim at puerto rico after battering the islands of dominica and guadalupe. the latest on the storm track straight ahead. standard. lease the 2017 rx 350 for $399 a month for 36 months. experience amazing at your lexus dealer. we were in a german dance group. i wore lederhosen. so i just started poking around on ancestry. then, i decided to have my dna tested through ancestry dna. it turns out i'm scottish. so, i traded in my lederhosen for a kilt. when it comes to planning trthe best routes,.
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>> they weren't used to that at the united nations, reactions are pouring in from the president's blunt remarks at the u.n. aimed at america's enemies. now, netanyahu is up next. we will bring you that live when
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it happens. we will ask bret baier what he thinks about the president address at the top of the hour. see you then. >> julie: now to the monster storm in the caribbean brewing to go weeks hurricane irma, hurricane maria heading for the caribbean, the category 5 storm unleashing devastation on the small islands. this thing was a category 4, it went up to a 5. it is strengthening, certainly not looking good for the areas in its path. >> it's looking like a huge storm, wins 160 miles an hour, gusting up to 195 miles an hour. there is your center of circulation, we've got some u.s. islands coming up around the corner that are going to be hit tonight into tomorrow. we are beginning to see some of
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these outer bands through the u.s. virgin islands stretching back over to puerto rico. the system continues to inch closer and closer. everything here in the red is your hurricane watch and warning at this point, these will continue to fire up but pretty much all of these islands looking at at least some sort of hit at some point, maybe even a direct hit. currently a category 5 storm as it moves into the puerto rico area, perhaps falling down to a category 4. by tomorrow morning we are looking at the storm running right over the island, bringing incredibly powerful winds, heavy rain and even some storm surge, it is going to be catastrophic. folks in the florida keys or florida, you do see it takes a similar path to irma but it does turn up to the east of the bahamas so we are looking at this turning and avoiding florida. the islands are really going to be getting it, everything in that area, those are hurricane force winds.
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right over the virgin islands, right over puerto rico and san juan. take a look at these wins, these are gusts forecasted up to 125, 130 miles an hour. this is for hours and hours and hours on end. that starts to do a whole lot of damage. outside of all of that we still have hurricane jose. this is still a category one trans storm. still bringing some rain and some rough seas but the big storm in the couple of days is hurricane maria. >> julie: thank you. >> jon: a wartime submarine from a century ago found intact, where and what's inside? the story it tells next.
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>> a unique find off the coast of belgium. >> researchers just discovered an intact world war i submarine on the floor of the north sea. the german u-boat has damage at the front, gruesomely sadly 23
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bodies found inside. belgium has contacted the german ambassador about what to do with those remains. pretty remarkable. thanks for joining us. "america's news hq" starts now. >> harris: israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu about to speak before the united nations after strongly praising president trump's address before the general assembly. hello, everyone. compelling words from president trump earlier today. confronting the many great dangers around the globe. america first, nuclear north korea and other global hot spots topping his agenda. watch. >> in america, we do not seek to impose our way of life on anyone, but rather to let it shine as an example for everyone to watch. rocket man is on a suicide mission for himself, and for his regime. major portions


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