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not so fast. federal judge halts the immigration ban but president trump vows to fight back. what will the white house do next. president trump makes his pick for the nation's highest court. >> judge gorsuch, a man for the country and a man our country needs. >> doing whatever it takes to get him confirms. >> if you can go nuclear. >> will he take the advice? i will ask him, next.
and the resistance. the left is fighting his every move. >>ly pass it on for you. >> jamming the phone lines in congress. >> will it work? senator bernie sanders will be here live, plus the best political minds with insights on a whirlwind week. >> hello, i'm jake tapper. our "state of the union" is getting a lesson on the separation of hours. the 9th circuit couth of appeals, president trump attacked that federal judge in a
series of tweets saying what is our country coming to when a judge can halt a travel ban and anyone can get into the constitution. a interview with fox news bill o riley, here is a clip. >> a lot of people, but that doesn't mean i'm going to get along with them. he is a leader of his country. i say better to get along with russia than not. and if they get in a fight with isis, which is a major fight, that is a good thing. putin is a killer. we
have a lot of killers. let's get right to ms. chairperson mcconnell.
leader mcconnell, thank you for joining us. let's start right there, are you comfortable with the president of the united states equating u.s. actions with those of putin's regime? >> he is a former kgb agent, a thug, not elected in a way that most people consider a credible election. no, i don't think there is any equivalency with the way the russians conduct themselves and the way the united states does. >> does it trouble you that he said it? i'm trying to imagine your response if president obama defended the murderous reign of putin by saying "you think our country is so innocent? >> i think america is exceptional. america is different. we don't operate in any way the
way the russians do. i think there is a clear distinction here that all americans understand, and i not have characterized it the whole way. are you confident that the president understands it? he said we have a lot of killers out there, you think our country is so innocent? if barack obama said this, i can't imagine there would not be protests in the street. >> look, jake, i can speak to myself and i have about my feelings for vladimir putin. i'm not going to critique every utt utt utterence of the president. >> he said that hillary clinton got three to five mill illegal
votes in the presidential election. >> people came out and said i'm right. >> but you have to have da to. >> when you see illegals, people question be babes, you have illegals, you have dead people, it is a really bad situation, it's really bad. >> do you want to spend tax money to vote for these illegal votes? >> the democrats always say there is no election fraud at all, that is of course not true. election fraud does occur. there is no evidence it occurred in such a significant number that would have changed the presidential election. and i don't think we ought to spend any federal money investigating that. i think the states can take a
look at this issue. they have tried to perge the roles. >> a week ago we asked if you thought the travel ban went too far. on friday a federal judge issued a ruling, and they are canning to immediately restore the pan. up until this point, you avoided explicitly taking a stand on the central and immigration ban, would you offer legislation to carry out the ban through the senate? >> i don't know that that is necessary. i mean the courts will decide whether or not the execive order of the president that is issued is valid or not. the administration is following
the court order as i understand it and they will determine the validity of it. i think proper vetting is important, but there is a fine line here between proper vetting and interfering with the kind of travel or suggesting a religious test. >> do you worry the sweeping travel ban as described is too broad. do you think it went to far. >> they were modifying some of it already. we will see where it ends up. >> do you have an opinion on what you think the courts will do? >> no. we all want to try to keep terrorists out of the united states. but we can't shut down travel. we certainly don't want muslim allies that fought with us to
not travel with the united states. >> the president has not had the same cautious reply. on saturday he repeatedly attacked a federal judge. he said he was a "so-called judge." and he tweeted what is our country coming to when a judge can halt the pan. you considering yourself a constitutional conservativconse you have any concerned? >> yeah, i think it is best not to single out judges, we all get disappointed from time to time, i think it is best to avoid criticizing them individually. >> you know he believes that you and your republican colleagues, in his view, stole the seat.
they say they're in the middle of pulling off one of the great political heists in history. so if they make good on their effort to filibuster, will you take the advice on "mitch go nuclear." >> first with hard to the shift of the seat. you have to go back 80 years. you would have to go back to the grover cleveland administration to find the last time they were confirmed by the senate of an opposite party. joe biden said in 1992 they would not have built it. we know that seat would not have been filled in a presidential election year no matter who was the president or the senate, with regard to the new nominee, the president has picked an
incredibly well qualified individual. the search was handled extremely well. he picked a outstanding nominee, a and i'm very confident that he will be handled. i would say that's up to our democratic friend. they can cast 60 votes to stop a phil buster and move to an up or down majority vote. any one senator can make us get 60 votes. if we have to get 60 votes, i'm confident that we will. >> just a point of clarification. president reagan introduced a
nominee in 1987 and then he was confirmed in 1988, it's not as if no salespeople court jtsz was ever -- >> the vacancy did not occur in a presidential election year. that's what i said. >> okay, i just want to make sure people understand that, i want to under line the point, you just asserted that if democrats attempt a filibuster, you will use a nuclear option. >> no, i have not said what will happen at that point, i'm confident that we will get 60 votes. this is just like president clinton and president obama were treated. in the first term of president clinton, no filibuster. we were in the minority like
they are now. president obama, two supreme court nominees. what we're arguing here for is e give len si. they're having a very difficult time trying to come up with arguments against judge gorsuch. this is a outstanding nomination. so they are really struggling to figure out some bay is upon which to oppose him. >> i want to ask you on friday, paul ryan said it will probably stay in place. >> a lot of that tooth paste is out of the tyube. >> do you agree that it will stay in sflas.
>> the trump add min stlags have to look at this and decide whether or not they want to continue it. the iranians have not changed their behavior. they issued additional sanctions related to their behavior the other day. i don't know where it will go, but i know the president can alter the strategy because it's not a treaty. >> always nice
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the new nominee, opinions sharply devised. a overwhelming 84% of republicans do. senator bernie sanders, thank you so much for joining us. let's start with the supreme court. a vow to filibuster neil g gorsuch. he is, of course, the one senator that endorsed your presidential bid, will you be joining the filibuster? >> i think there is no question what the nomination should get, serious debate and have 60 votes. to change the rules would be unacceptable and i'll tell you why. we're leaving in a dangerous and unpress tented moment in modern
sis hoir it what this stream court decision is about is whether or not we continue citizens united. whether billionaires can continue to buy elections. allowing a woman to control her own body. whether or not we have a supreme court that protects the right of the government to make sure that climate change is dealt with. this is a major major nomination that should require 60 votes and a very serious debate. >> so you will be joining in the call to cut off any filibuster. >>. >> so let me show you what you said after justice scalia died last february, take a listen. >> the supreme court of the
united states has nine members, not eight. so how does it squart with your desire facebook a ninth member on the supreme court. obama had to get 60 votes. that's the rules. if 60 people vote to confirm judge gorsuch, those are the rules, but i worry under these very exceptional times, when we have a president that i feel is moving us in a very authoritarian direction, suggest that a judge who makes a decision against them is a so-called judge, a president that starts all of the media, attacks everyone.
i want someone that stands up for the rights of workers, environmental rights and the rights of women. so yes, 60 votes to confirm the next judge. >> so many people, friends of mine with nice businesses that can't borrow any money because the banks won't let them borrow because of rules and regulations. so we'll be talking about that. >> you long called for stronger banking regulation. there is a study in a found that community banks were having a difficult time complying with the regulations. do you see any upside at all for relaxes any of the dodd frank regulations. >> it is hard not to laugh, and
i don't mean to be disrespectful. he ran for president saying i'm going to take on wall street, they're getting away with murder. he appoints all these billionaires, and now he will dismantle legislation that protects consumers. he ran for president saying i'm going -- i'm the only republican, i'm not going to cut social security, medicare, and med case, and then he appoints all of the guys that will cut social security, medicare, and made kad. i hope everyone that voted for him, she a good showman. by i think he will set out the working class. he told us, it's in the republican platform, he will
bring back dividing up commercial banks from investment banks, and all of the big wall street guys on the side. >> while you very strongly made the case throughout the campaign after hillary clinton got the not nation that president trump would do this. and that you did not believe and trust him, there was a lot of supporters out there who i think believed candidate trump partly because there was so many accusations of hillary clinton being so tied to wall street. >> here is my only point. it is one thing if you run a campaign that says look, i think wall street is great, i think the drug companies are great. i think we have to cut social security, medicare, and medicaid, that's great. but if you have president who i
think in a fraudulent campaign said i'm going to stand up for the working people, look at his cabinet, we never had more billionaires in his cabinet. look at his appointees. they go after the elderly, the sick, and the poor. and i think people like mitch mcconnell will be put into a very very difficult place. i hope that people like senator mcconnell and other republicans have the courage to stand up a, to trump's movement. he saying everybody is terrible and wrong and i'm the only person that can stand up, many people did not stand up, fight, and die, to lead us in the direction of an atortarian
society. we're a democracy, not a one man show. it's the united states of america, we're not a business run by mr. trump. i hope that senator mcconnell, who is a conservative but decent guy, i hope they make it clear that this country belongs to all of us. >> senator, a big fight going on about who will lead the democratic national committee. it is haping up to be a approximaty battle between the standers and the obama-biden wings. you said joe biden is a friend of mine, but you said do we stay with a failed status quo approach, or go with a restructuring of the party. do you think vice president widen is a failed status quo?
>> the facts are that we have an extreme right wing party. they control the white house, the senate, the house, and two thirds of the governor's -- if we continue along the same way, i think you get the same results. what i believe is that we are going to open the door of the democratic party. you have to bring in working people, young people, we have to raise money by small donor do nations. i think we need to change the way the democratic party does business and how it is prepared to stand up to the big money interests. you can't be on both sides. you can't say we're going to take on the greed of wall street, the pharmaceutical industry, the greed that moves to mexico and china. we're on the side of the elderly
and the workers. that is a decision that the democratic party has to make. >> a have a lot of questions for you about obama care, but i will save them until tuesday night. we'll have a debate live. i want to ask you about the bizarre siting at paris fashion week. they're in bernie clothes. did you ever think that you would become a fashion icon? no, not quite, i think of my many attributes, being a fashion maven is not one of them. >> senator sanders, thank you so much. join us again tuesday night for the next debate.
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if you are saying he can't do his job, because of his race, is that not the definition of racism. >> i don't think so, no. he is mexican, we're building a wall between here and mexico. >> but he is from indiana. >> this weekend, trump took aim on the judge that reversed the travel ban saying the ruling was ridiculous and it would open us
to terrorists. joining us is congressman jason lose, making his debut appearance here. cnn political commentator, spokes won for attorney general nominee jeff sessions. congressman, let me start with you, chuck schumer says the attack on the judge in seattle saying with each attack on the constitution, president trump races the barn even higher on judge gorsuch's nomination. this does put, his qualifications aside, in a tough position. he will be asked to condemn what president trump said. >> we all want an independent judiciary. andrew jackson famously said the
court made a decision, now let's see him enforce it. fdr threatened to pack the supreme court. and the derided them over a recent decision. i don't think anyone has a monopoly on virtue. >> i think the difference is that republicans, democrats, can obviously criticize what the court does, but attacking a judge and attacking him as a "so called judge accounts threatens the independ of the judiciary. conservatives throughout history, they have attacked fdr for what he did against the judiciary. attacked people for this precise action. i aproud mitch mcconnell for what he did here. the problem is that he now made
it more difficult to get his confirmation through in his own words. >> but threatening to pack the court, attacking the supreme court judge, putting them in the well of the house and upgrading them. >> all president balm is, i think he just criticized citizens you needed. >> i think the american public deserved for you and the rest of the officials so stand up when trump does something wrong. if you say throughout history that something has been done wrong, than so be it, but you also need to say that what trump said about this judge in washington staid was wrong and it does threaten threaten them,
they want everyone to stand up and say look, although i'm a republican, a conservative, what you're saying is wrong. >> let's step aside from this. there are ten trump state democrats, trump won their state, and they now have to decide if their voters, and one out of five in the country said they voted because of the supreme court. so supreme court voters are mostly trump voters. for those up for reelection, they have to know that most of their constituents wanted trump to pick a scream court nominee. on one hand, they worry there
will not be an independent vote against trump -- >> can i just say here, look, i think you had it, democrats really believed that what happened was a travesty. and i think that the rule in which he gets a hearing, etc. i think the issue is democrats that are looking at this nominee and they want them to test it out. mitch mechanic connell said he is not going nuclear -- >> i don't think he ruled it out, but he said he needs 60 votes, not 50. . i think the challenge here is that everything trump does makes this more difficult welcome not easier. and to the issue of the states,
democrats in those states want an independent check on trump. his popularity is the worst of anyone. he is not even -- >> judge gorsuch has the lowest approval ratings of anyone. >> as mitch mcconnell was listing off to you his historical facts and reasons why they were qualified, judge garland was the lockest vacancy in the history of the supreme court. so we feel like that was very unfair to barack obama, now that we're here, what you're seeing is them coalescing around them. there needs to be 60 votes. >> the night that.
>> let me just say, the night of the nomination, there was a sign on the supreme court steps that said opposed. it was blank. the protestors were waiting until the nominee was announced. that is called obstructionism. >> no one go anywhere, we're going to come right back. are the protests having any sort of an impact? that story is next. ♪ because going around is rarely ever as enjoyable... ...as going right through. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ before you set out, you plan to capture every moment.
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those voices opposed are increasingly loud, but are they making an impact? you will be holding a townhall probably soon. if if there is a protest like that will it matter to you? >> of course, but the governor says the affordable care act is no longer affordable. the congress commission says that obama care brought an emergency situation to the market. 55% last year. the state just massed emergency legislation to subsidize residents premiums in minnesota. $310 million. >> you know what is fascinating is republicans lead by marco rubio did things to destroy the insurance pools, and now they're talking about reinstating that. i think what you're seeing in the public is the fact that there is no answer. that they want to do repeal and
replace three years later. they want to make sure that people have -- minnesota had one of the best insurance pools. it was undone by the aca. >> it failed in other states and it was not. >> it was a total debacle. we're going to allow people to buy the health care plan they want -- >> he is saying he doesn't have a plan because congressman after congressman after congressman. senator after senator, they used rhetoric, and people's lives are being saved, families are able to live, they're not going bankrupt when they have a catastrophic injury, and congresspersons are coming on tv
and giving you talking points, what happened yesterday? senator cassidy failed to show up for two town halls. >> i want to keep the discussion on topic. i would like to talk about these protests if possible. >> they have been in their own echo chamber saying they have be within them on any issue. now that donald trump has been elected they will not accept his election. president obama lost over 1,000 legislative seats. that's why they're county to five states under democratic control. 25 are under full republican control. so the inability to accept trump's election is continuing -- >> let me give you one red light. many of us accept his election, but we will not accept trump.
i refuse -- to normalize what he represents. but what i will say, what you're seeing in senator sessions. what we're seeing with betsy de vos. >> it's a conservative district. >> we're seeing resistance. this is democracy. embrace it or you get out of the way. >> i have all of the confirmation, add them all up and donald trump has more because democrats refuse to -- >> hold on, this is very rich, the hypocrisy is getting thick around the table. what we saw is when he was trying to get his epa secretary sworn in. they boycotted the meeting. >> at this point in the obama administration, the cabinet nominees were vetted.
>> he put forward 50,000 pages, what more do you need to know. >> jeff sessions answered over 700 questions. >> there are a lot of vulnerable americans dwb is about hispanics, lbgt, it is about vetting because we want to make sure the attorney general will be independent. i have a huge problem who called the voting rights act intrusive legislation. >> just a week ago. just a week ago, donald trump fired a member of the justice department for standing -- an balm holdov obama holdover who said the muslim ban is -- >> why is it called the muslim ban? >> because it is. there is muslims in asia this
doesn't affect. >> it affected muslims around the world. >> but it's not a complete muslim ban. >> it doesn't matter, it's a muslim ban. >> the reality -- can i just point out what we learned over the weekend that the judge throughout this entire order, and into the entire order, importantly because they found it was an -- the president chose to rush -- >> the ninth circuit will hear votes. >> it was the 9th circuit last night that agreed with a temporary ban. the reality sheer that trump rushed through an order. he had very little consultation. >> and a boston judge affirmed it, so let's look -- i agree with you. i agree. let's let the courts decide this. and then you will support the decision. >> to be continued because it is
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