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>> that's one of the great things about this technology is that in this case, it made a piece of evidence that was effectively useless a critical component in the prosecution of this case. >> if you've got -- you know, a fingerprint is accepted in every court in the land as being conclusive, and if you've got the body of a female out here and has an individual's fingerprint on her body in blood, i mean, what else can that tell you except that he was there, he has handled that body some time after there was blood on it. what the government really wants to do right now is bolster the population. it's really urging people to come out and join the fight, pick up weapons and go and help stop them in their tracks. >> the united states and iran have a confluence of interest. >> all of a sudden this guy sleeping woke up out of nowhere and started flipping out, and it got very, very aggressive. >> for us now, talking about winning a world cup, you know, winning a world cup, you know, it's just not realistic. -- captions by vitac --
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good morning on a sunday and happy father's day to all of you dads out there. i'm christi paul. >> happy father's day, i'm victor blackwell. 6:00 here on the east coast and this is "new day sunday." the big story we're following this morning, the turmoil that's spreading across iraq. the u.s. is sending in military might to protect american lives and interests. >> an aircraft carrier has been sent to the persian gulf. defense secretary chuck hagel ordered the "uss hagel" into the persian gulf. this will give president obama "additional flexibility" to safeguard americans there. >> thousands of iraqi volunteers have been lining up at recruiting centers to join their military's fight against radical id lambists there, the militants there and the militants have seized cities and towns north of the capital baghdad but the iraqi government insists it's getting them back.
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there were fears the militants who belong to the extremist group known as isis might enter and take over baghdad this weekend. >> we want to break it down to make it easy. the areas in red are the territories that are captured by isis. it stretches north of the iraqi capital into syria. >> nic robertson is in baghdad. he joins us by the phone, on the phone rather. nic, have the militants advanced or has this advance stalled? >> reporter: it's slowed down, suddenly that's the case. the iraqi prime minister says he was drawing a line in the sand in the town called mara, about an hour and a half drive north of baghdad. yesterday, just while we were walking in baghdad, young men volunteered to join up the new militias, just as we were watching that, an order was issued to the iraqi army in a
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town called baqaba, three hours drive north of baghdad, they were told to evacuate their base, take all their weapons with them, because within an hour the isis fighters moved in. the iraqi government had drawn a line in the sand. isi is now taking control of the base, that is about 45 minutes' drive north of baghdad. that is a significant move. also this morning, a car bomb in the center of baghdad killing one person, wounding four others. victor, christ ? >> do you know if that was somebody from isis with the car bomb and how secure do you feel baghdad to be this morning? >> reporter: christi, this is a very bad line and i have trouble hearing you. i believe you asked how the people of baghdad were reacting and are they concerned, and certainly there is a level of
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concern. there is increased security in the city. there is an amount of panic buying of food. people are not panicked but they're concerned, stockpiling, cooking gas, the necessary commodities, water, they're stocking up on because they don't know what's going to happen so a high level of concern here >> nic robertson live in baghdad. nic, thank you very much and stay safe. as we were saying the aircraft carrier, the "uss george h.w. bush" is in the persian gulf near the coast of iraq. >> defense secretary chuck hagel ordered it to move to that new location. athena jones has details here. >> good morning, christi and victor. the aircraft carrier the "uss george h.w. bush" is now in the persian gulf this morning. it's been accompanied by two other ships, a guided missile cruiser, the "uss philippine c" and a guided missile destroyer
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the "uss truckston." the order was meant to provide the president with "additional flexibility, should military options be required to protect american lives, citizens and interests in iraq." that's according to a statement put out by pentagon press secretary rear admiral john kirby. the president has been spending father's day weekend in california but asked his national security team to work all week to understand come up with a range of options to try to help iraq push back this insurgent force. the options do not include u.s. ground troops but they could include air strikes and this ship "the bush" can be used for air strikes and also use its helicopters to help evacuate americans if needed and also to conduct reconnaissance and surveillance missions. but the president is under growing pressure at home from some members of congress who want him to act quickly to help iraq. senator mitch mcconnell called on the admission saturday to quickly help the iraqi
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government before every gain made by u.s. and allied forces in the war in iraq is lost. now the president said he'll be discussing and reviewing the options his advisers present to him in the coming days. christi, victor? >> athena jones thank you so much. chelsea manning, the u.s. soldier formerly known as bradley manning says the u.s. military lied to the public about iraq. in a new york times op-ed, manning writes this, "as iraq erupts in civil war and america contemplates intervention, that unfinished business should give new urgency to the question of how the united states military controlled the media coverage of its long involvement there and in afghanistan. i believe the current limits on press freedom and excessive government secrecy make it impossible for americans to grasp fully what is happening in the wars we finance." now manning also takes aim at the government for branding iraq's 2010 parliamentary
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election as a section. she writes "those of us stationed there were acutely aware of a more complicated reality. military and diplomatic reports coming across my desk detailed a brutal crackdown against political dissents by the iraqi ministry of interior and federal police on behalf of prime minister nuri al maliki. detyn yees were often tortured even killed." manning convicted of espionage last year s serving out 35 years in prison and after her conviction she revealed her desire to live as a woman. judge granted manning's request to legally change her name from bradley to chelsea last month. an army general has been tapped to investigate the surroundings of the circumsta e circumstanccircumstanc circumstances that surrounded the disappearance of bowe bergdahl. bergdahl, who was held captive for nearly five years is
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recovering at a san antonio military hospital. since his dramatic release, you know several soldiers from his unit have come forward alleging that bergdahl is a deserter andingly left his outpost before being captured by the taliban. it's not clear when investigators are going to question bergdahl directbally that, though. >> you remember that controversy last year involving reports that the internal revenue service targeted the tea party and other special interest groups. well now the irs says that they've not been able to recover subpoenaed e-mails from former official lois lener because of a computer crash. some republican lawmakers question the credibility of that statement, and they call it "convenient." for their part the irs insists it made unprecedented efforts to produce all the documents needed for that investigation. what a frightening moment for passengers aboard a las vegas bound jetblue flight over the weekend. the airliner was diverted after an unruly passenger flipped out
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in midair and started atacking people around him. >> here's how one witness described the chaos. listen. >> all of a sudden this guy who was sleeping just woke up out of nowhere and started flipping out, and it got very, very aggressive. >> i was so scared. >> understandably. according to jetblue, flight 2011 was diverted to detroit in an abundance of caution, but continued on to vegas after about two hours on the ground. >> according to the international air transport association,iness dents like these are happening more frequently. last year there were 8,217 worldwide, and that's nearly 3,000 more than in 2012. >> wow. 8,000? >> what are people dream being on the plane they wake up freaking out like that? >> whatever it is, they should probably not do whatever they did before the dream. >> i know. this is a serious story, three teenagers on the west
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bank, they vanished, and the israeli prime minister is blaming a terror group. the question is, who, if anyone, took them. as violence erupts in iraq also, families who lost loved ones during the iraq war, they are fruls rated and we're hearing from them. later, we'll hear from the military widow of this man. he's known as the lion of fallujah. he died fighting to defend the same cities in turmoil today. [ female announcer ] there's a gap out there. that's keeping you from the healthcare you deserve. at humana, we believe if healthcare changes, if it becomes simpler... if frustration and paperwork decrease... if grandparents get to live at home instead of in a home... the gap begins to close. so let's simplify things. let's close the gap between people and care. ♪
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claimed responsibility? >> reporter: just to update you victor, this morning the prime minister netanyahu after a cabinet meeting came out and was much more specific. he said it is hamas that is behind the kidnapping. this would indicate perhaps they've managed to extract a more intelligence, more information from the approximately 80 people that they detained overnight, among whom are some fairly senior officials in hamas, which of course operates underground in the west bank. one additional bit of information, i just got off the phone with the spokesman for the israeli army. they say they have called up a limited number of relevant reservists as a reaction to these kidnappings, these alleged kidnappings. now, regarding claims of responsibility, there have been several notably not from hamas, which called the prime minister's assertions stupid, but we have received several
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claims of responsibility, most disturbingly is this one, of course, which is from the islamist state in iraq and syria, the palestine branch. this is the first time they've ever put out such a statement, and there are indications this may not be an all together legitimate claim, but it does indicate that people here, extremists here are watching events in iraq as well. victor? >> hmm. >> my goodness. okay, so what do you make of that, how do you find out how legitimate that claim from isis might be and if these three were specifically targeted for some reason? >> these three it's difficult to say but certainly israeli intelligence and security services are saying that their kidnapping does appear to have been conby professionals, people who knew what they were doing. they were hitchhiking at a round-about in the southern west
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bank outside the settlement block of fw ush etzion. beyond that the israelis are ka carrying out a widespread search operation in the southern west bank, as you said, they've arrested approximately 80 people at this point, and that operation is ongoing. >> you know, ben, you bring up the palestinian branch of isis. we've discussed the group moving from aleppo and syria, close to baghdad. how much of a threat is this palestinian branch? >> reporter: first of all, when you read the language, it really doesn't use the same sort of terminology that is typical of islamist groups. in fact, it looks like it's written by simply the usual, in the usual way that you would get from the palestinian group, so i stress it's difficult to ascertain whether this is actually from isis or not.
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we do know they have a certain limited number of followers, supporters in the west bank, in jerusalem and in gaza, and of course the presence of such a group is a concern not just for the israelis, but also for the palestinians as well. victor? >> all right, but of course prime minister netanyahu asse asserted this was amass. hamas is calling that assertion stupid. ben weedman for us, ben, thank you. >> thank you, ben. let's go to the crisis in ukraine, because the country this morning is in mourning as it lays to rest, sorry, more unrest is flaired there. pro-russia separateists are claiming responsibility for a deadly attack in ukraine. >> you see the video here, and you know ukrainians are grieving
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49 people who were killed when separatists shot down a military transport plane yesterday. >> thousands have gathered in kiev's independence square, you see them there. the white house condemned the shooting and says it's deeply concerned about the situation there. >> america's top diplomat spoke with ukraine's prime minister by phone regarding the deadly shootdown. secretary of state john kerry expressed condolences saying "washington and its allies will raise the consequences for russia if moscow does not stop the flow of weapons across the eastern border with ukraine." he urged russia's foreign minister to make clear that moscow is committed to peace. >> another high level phone call between francois hollande, angela merkel and vladimir putin. they reached out to their russian counterpart yesterday expressing concerns over yesterday's attack that left 49 people dead as we talked about and also they took the time to urge again a cease-fire.
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♪ good morning, good morning good morning, love. nice little way to wake you up there, rather than that beep of an alarm clock. that's new york. i don't know that a lot of people are up just yet. >> there was one guy up there. happy father's day. >> happy father's day to him and all of you awesome dads out there. you got mostly sunny skies and a high 81 today, at least in the big apple. >> as we said, fathers day and whether you're having a barbecue, which sounds great. >> it's 6:30 in the morning. >> roasted meat, there's no bad time. let me just put that out there. >> somebody's going to make that more than it was meant to be. >> you can also have a round of golf, it's good for you, too. hoping you'll see some sunshine. >> jennifer gray, what does the holiday forecast look like for us here? >> it's a mixed bag. we have a possibility of severe
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weather across the plains, including places like omaha, also chicago later today could see some pretty strong storms. if you're in the northeast, it's the place to be. temperatures in the low to mid 80s, feeling very nice and we're also going to see a few scattered showers in the southeast but nothing major. this is where the focus today through kansas city, springfield getting it soon. we have severe thunderstorm watches out right now. no warnings at the moment. chicago, st. louis, kansas city, springfield, tulsa, you will all be in the bull's eye today for the possibility of damaging winds, large hail and isolated tornadoes, pretty much the same location for tomorrow. tomorrow we could see worse weather, so we are in this two-day stretch mainly in the same spot for some troublesome weather across the plains. that front will make its way through. high pressure will stay in control across the northeast so your father's day forecast looking not bad in the northeast, scattered showers down to the south, and we're going to see this thing time out
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as we go through the end of the day today into tomorrow. so severe storms today, high pressure in the east, scattered storms in the south, we'll see sunny and hot conditions in the west. of course it looks good on paper but we know the drought is dire out there. we have video of the fire northeast of bakersfield. we have 500 homes being evacuated and more than 800 acres burned. so definitely a bad situation in southern california. of course, we've been following it and we'll continue to do so. in the meantime, you fathers have a happy fathers day out there especially in the northeast. enjoy it. >> jennifer gray, thank you so much. some pretty frightening moments on the highway this weekend in georgia. bus carrying boy scouts bursts into flames. also his marines called him the lion of flmg because alluja his unapologetic leadership during the iraq war.
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his wife is discussing the escalating tensions in the iraqi cities that her husband died fighting to defend.
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29 minutes past the hour right now on a sunday, father's day no less. happy father's day to you. i'm christi paul >> i'm victor blackwell. our five things you need to know for your new day. the "uss george h.w. bush" is in the persian gulf. the aircraft carrier will help protect american lives and interests as violence erupts in iraq. radical islamist militants appear to have slowed the spirited advance to baghdad but they are holding on to key towns and cities north of the iraqi capital. a two-star army general is due to launch an investigation this week into the disappearance of sergeant bowe bergdahl. the soldier was freed two weeks ago after nearly five years of captivity by the taliban. senior defense official declined to name the general. soldiers accused bergdahl of
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being a deserter. three missing teenagers are believed to have been kidnapped from a jewish settlement in the west bank. prime minister benjamin netanyahu says hamas is responsible for the kidnapping and asking palestinian authority president mahmoud abbas to do everything to help bring them back in peace. president obama intervened in a philadelphia rail strike signing an executive order that puts about 450 union workers back on the job while they continue negotiating. that strike was affecting 13 lines that serve some 60,000 people, including commuters to philadelphia international airport. full service is expected to be restored today. a bus carrying 32 boy scouts and three adults burst into flames about 40 miles northwest of atlanta. thankfully there were no serious injuries. two scouts suffered slight smoke inhalation problems. we don't know what sparked that
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fire which created major delays on interstate 75. well there's a chance you don't know his name, but his face became a symbol of heroism during the iraq war. this is marine major doug zembeck. those who fought with him called him the lion of fallujah. he was killed in 2007 while fighting insurgents in wbaghdad. >> this morning as the violence escalates in that region his wife, pam, like so many relatives, are reminded of those who lost loved ones there. her new book "selfless beyond service." it's about her own grieving process. thank you so much for being with us. i have no doubt that your book is going to help an awful lot of people. before we get to the current violence in iraq, though, we want to know your husband. so help explain why marines
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called him the lion of fallujah. >> well, when he was fighting in iraq in 2004 alongside his marines of echo 2-1, he often referred to his, the bravery of his men as my men fought like lions. he often told this to the media. he wrote letters to me dscribing his men's bravery. yes, they fought like lions, and so obviously since he was the leader of the the marines of echo 2-1, they coined him the lion of fallujah when he fought in iraq in 2004 >> when we talk about the fighting in iraq from 2004 through 2011 especially, there are a lot of people there who lost some of their comrades asking now that they look at it, what was it all for? i want to read something from army veteran troop commander nick cook, he told "usa today," let a's. you the it up on the screen "for me, it's upsetting. i watch what's happening there. my first six months it was very intense fighting in baghdad but
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then there was prosperity and good news and to see that now on the verge of collapse and knowing i lost five soldiesoldi it's very hard. these kids may have died in vain." what is your reaction to what you're hearing there and also what you're seeing that's happening today in iraq? >> well, i have to say initially my, i'm angry, and frustrated as well. i feel very similarly to the statement that you just showed me because as being a military spouse and being a military widow, you have to believe that doug was over there fighting for a cause to help establish the framework of democracy in iraq. i personally feel that we pulled out of iraq too soon, so that's why i was initially angered.
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now looking at it and trying to be positive, because that's the type of person i am, i'm a survivor, i know that his loss was not in vain, because he did. he was over there fighting alongside his marines helping to establish the framework for democracy in iraq. so i try stay positive and i try not to be angered, but i do understand what he is saying. i do. >> pam, what did doug tell you about what was going on in that region when he was there? did he feel like they were making progress? >> oh, definitely, of course, and actually the last time right before he left to go, the last time i spoke to him on the phone, he had this urgency to say "wait a minute, honey, i have to tell you something before i hang up the phone. i have to tell you this. you should see, i wish you could see all the wonderful things that we are doing for the iraqi
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citizens over here in iraq. this place is getting so much better." and that was probably the last thing besides "i love you" that he said to me on the phone the last time i spoke to him. >> we know that the president this weekend will be making a decision or thinking about military options. you are a military widow. >> yes. >> what would you tell the president about potentially getting back involved, even if it's aair strikes in iraq after knowing what your husband went through, what he told you about his dedication to the mission there and what you're seeing today? >> i would be in support 100% of him going back into iraq and trying to regain what doug fought so highly for, the framework of democracy. that is what he went over there to fight for, and i would be in 100% support of him doing that. i would tell him that. >> even if it involved troops on the ground? >> yes, i would, and i can tell you this right now.
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doug would feel strongly as well. >> that's what i was wondering, what he would think as well. pam zembiec, her book is called "selfless beyond service" and i have no doubt you're going to be helping a lot of people with that. thank you for opening up and sharing. i know it's not easy. >> thank you very much for having me. have a good day. >> you, too. >> bye. as we move on from the group of death, a tough talking coach. team usa, talk about having its work cut out for it at the world cup this week. we are going to show you what's happening. >> a little action from the world cup. also the hidden cash craze that has now hit the big apple. dozens of lucky new yorkers are finding envelopes filled with cash. ♪ it's new york ♪ what dreams of made of
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♪ that will get your energy going this morning. for the next month you're going to hear a lot about the world's most popular sport. tomorrow is a big day for american soccer fans, that's when the usa team kicks off the world cup campaign against ghana. cnn's lara baldassara is there with the latest. >> good morning, christi, good morning, victor. as you can see i am here in a very, very wet and rainy natal. this is where the u.s. team is
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right now, where they'll play their first world cup game monday against ghana. as we saw them arrive they were taken to their hotel, again, very, very heavy security that we're seeing with this team. military presence there. don't ablarmd. its be alarmed. it's not just the u.s. team that has the big security presence. all of the teams do. it is standard across brazil with all of the teams. ever since the usa arrived two days ago it's been the exact conditions. they haven't seen the sun at all and neither have we. this rain could factor into the match as well and actually give the usa a helping hand. the usa, they're not the favorites for this match against ghana, but when there's rain in a soccer game, it means that it's pretty much an equalizer a lot of the time. anything can happen. this is also a match on monday that's a bit of a grudge match for the usa. in the past two world cups, the usa has lost to ghana. in fact in 2010, the usa was
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knocked out of the world cup by ghana so there's a lot of revenge here that the americans are after. while the players aren't exactly saying that, believe me all of the fans know this is the game you want to win and get that revenge from what's happened in the past. this is also the game that a lot of people say if the americans can't win this first game in the group stage, well, they're probably not going to be able to progress any further than that, because they'd have to beat portugal and germany. less' not get too far ahead of ourselves. first thing's first, monday we'll see the first world cup match by the usa. >> it's a big start. stay dry out there, lara ba baldesarra, thank you. >> one of our executives bill galvin is down there. he said he feels waterlogged and one of the cities that has the stadiums is natal and called city of sun and he's hoping that's what finally happens, that they take on their nickname there. lara was talking about team
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usa's tough line-up that starts tomorrow. the group of death as it's called will not be its only challenge. they also have to get by their own coach. nadia bilchik is here. he said something "it's unrealistic that we're going to get that far." we thought come on, give them a little bit of something. >> he's a tough talking german. he won a world cup himself in 1990 when he played for what was then west germany so he just is managing expectations. some people say he's using reverse psychology, so let's hear from the man himself that's causing all this controversy. >> for us now talking about winning a world cup, it's just not realistic. first we got to make it through the group. let's keep our feet on the ground and let's get that group first done and then the sky is the limit.
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>> and he does say the sky is the limit. he's building a foundation but of course that's not the only controversy. he also got rid of prolific gold scorer landon donovan and hired a young julian green, a 19-year-old kid born in america but raised in germany. we're going to be hopefully seeing and hearing a lot of julian green. get rid of the 32-year-old veteran and hire a 19-year-old but he's trying to make his mark and certainly trying to create the foundation of a very strong u.s. team. christi, anything can happen in this world cup. >> right. >> when we saw the nexterlands beat favorite spain 5-1, literally destroyed them. >> crowned them, yes. >> exactly, the unexpected can happen. >> i thought this little tidbit we're going to talk about now is to interesting, and it's not about victor, but some of soccer's biggest fans are in china and with that time difference, they're watching in a unique way, right? >> yes, it's not called world
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cup fever for nothing. many of them called in sick so many thousands of chinese because of the time difference, so the first game, the opening game on thursday was 4:00 a.m., so what better to do but call in sick so you need a note. they went online to certain websites in china where you can get a fake doctor's note that looks very legit even with a hospital stamp so the websites were crashed, but many people managed to get their sick notes and that is the reality of watching the world cup and making it so important in your life that you're even prepared to go online and get a fake doctor's note. >> i'd like to know how many of those notes were accepted. >> exactly. we won't need a sick note tomorrow. the u.s. game versus ghana is at 6:00 p.m. eastern time so you'll be happy to know. of course we say to team usa [ speaking in foreign language ] in portuguese and to usa obligado >> good luck with all of that. we are pulling for you.
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nadia bilchik, thank you so much. former president george h.w. bush lending his name to the gop effort to hang on to a senate seat in georgia, specifically he's asking for money. we'll tell you why bush 41 is playing in this race particularly. means keeping seven billion ctransactions flowing.g, and when weather hits, it's data mayhem.
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former president george h.w. bush has sent out a fund-raising letter to gop donors. he's asking them to support whomever becomes the republican nominee for the open u.s. senate seat in jrm. the candidate will face democrat michelle nunn. >> she was ceo of the points of life foundation a charity funned by president bush and using at least one photograph of them together in her campaign. georgia's senate race is being watched closely since democrats have a decent chance picking up the seat vacated by saxby chambli chambliss. >> cnn will air the film "41 on 41" tonight. >> it's based on, i love this, interviews with 41 people who know him best. here's a preview. >> a lot of people don't remember when my dad was elected president, the democrats controlled the congress, and so working in a bipartisan way was essential to get things done and from the inauguration all the
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way through his four years as president, in spite of an increasing harshness of the political debate, he did what he could to build consensus. >> i think george bush understood and still understands that the way we judge our presidents is on the basis of what element of their program they get passed through the congress, and implemented into law. >> the american people await action. they didn't send us here to bicker. they asked us to rise above the merely partisan. >> it really is amazing, in retrospect now, to see how successful george bush was in getting major legislation passed. >> and let's work together to do the will of the people. >> if you go back and look at the four years that george bush was president, you will see more substantive comprehensive, bipartisan pieces of legislation passed than perhaps any four years in a long time.
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>> he got a clean air act, the civil right bill of 1990. he worked hard to get the americans with disabilities act passed. people do remember the budge eight agreement and that budget agreement was much more significant than people realized. it forced the congress that worked with his successor, bill clinton, to come up with balanced budgets, which really made a huge difference in the economy. >> now to watch the full documentary "41 on 41" watch cnn tonight at 9:00 p.m. eastern and pacific. governor chris christie may not be known for his dancing skills. >> and might not be after this either. >> however he had no shame strauting his stuff with comedian jimmy fallon for father's day. >> wait until you see the moves these guys showed off. in case you missed it, we've got it.
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--ocaptions by vitace-- ♪ it's a beautiful day that's what we're talking about. live look at the shoreline in atlantic city right now. >> i'll take it. >> wouldn't you like to wake up to that view? >> indeed. >> maybe you take your dad to the beach for father's day. mostly sunny and 78 degrees there today. that is perfect! speaking of father's day and speaking of jersey. >> yes? >> i think some of us can relate to that time that dad really embarrassed us dancing in public. dad moves we should call them. once you become a dad, you get this really corny dancing style. i don't know what it is. >> you had it before but i think
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they are just able to dub with you that at that point and new jersey governor chris christie i think he's one of the dads. >> yes. >> can you imagine for his kids when he proved it on "the tonight show" starring jimmy fallon. look at this. ♪ ♪ ♪
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i hope question -- they had one that was the bridge is closed. they did. >> i missed that one. >> that was really funny. >> how did they do the dance? >> it was jimmy fallon doing that and the governor says what, really? really? you're going to do that? what's interesting about that, they included the detail of the pleated khakis. you had to get the pleated khakis in there. >> had to be done. >> yes. some new yorkers are having a very nice weekend thanks to the popular hidden cash game. >> it might have all started in california but the scavenger hunt/pay it forward social experiment made a visit to central park. dozens of new yorkers found envelopes filled with cash and a silver dollar. >> some are even promising to use the money to buy something
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nice for dad. >> i'm so excited. i've been following@hiddencash for three weeks when they were on the west coast. when i found out it was in new york, found out it was central park we're going. since it's fathers day i'll give that this to my dad. happy father's day. pay it forward. >> nice. >> good stuff there. >> yes it is. and stay with us. we've got more coming up. 7:00 on this father's day. first and foremost, happy father's day to all of you dads who do your job so well. i'm christi paul. >> i'm victor blackwell. 4:00 on the west coast. . this is "new day sunday." first thing this morning, the u.s. is b


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