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have lived as long as ten minutes afterwards. this is the police helicopter footage from that night. >> shots fired. shots fired. >> again, this is the night that sacramento police aofficers say they opened fire on clark in the backyard of his grandmother's home believing that he had a gun. he didn't. he was unarmed. cnn's ryan young joining us from sacramento to where people are making their voices and their outrage heard today. ryan, what do the people behind you want their police officials to know? >> well, a a shg, ana, they hav making the voices heard throughout the community and several protests they feel is successful to get everybody to know that they are upset of what happen ed in happened in the shooting. you have to go back to police narrative, because they believe that the police believe that stephon clark was charging towards the officers when the shot shots were fired and the officers firing 20 shot, and eight of them hitting the 22-year-old father of two. and now, when we talk to the
family attorney yesterday and the pathologist that is hired, they were hit once here on the side, and it turned his body, and the six shots hit him in the back, and once in the leg, and you can understand how angry the people were in the room when they heard the extra bit of information, and we heard people in the background saying murderer, murderer, murderer, and you can understand how people in terms of the emotions are starting to rise are. >> ryan young in sacramento for us, and thank you. heading across the country, different case and circumstances and similar emotions stirred. in baton rouge, louisiana, graphic new body cam images of a shooting there has led to the u officers being fired there. it happened in 90 seconds from the when the officers arrived to when alton sterling was fatally shot. this shooting in 2016, but the video was with just released. an officer blane salamoni was fired this week, and another
officer sus pepended for three s without pay. and kaylee hartung, the officers were not charged after local and federal investigations, but the video now released is so disturbing to watch. why did it take so long for this video the come out? what has been the impact of the release? >> well, ana, you are making the point of first the federal investigation last may when the department of justice said they did not have enough evidence to warrant civil rights charges against the officers. then the state's investigation, and the state attorney general saying tuesday, he would not be charging the officers criminally either, and then the administrative investigation by the baton rouge police department which is less about the justification for the killing, but more so about the condu duduct and behavior throue incident. from the announcement of the baton rouge police chief that blane salamoni would be fired and howie lake would be suspend
ped. and so, body cam images and the surveillance from a local store give us a more complete look at what happened that night in 2016. this video is disturbing. >> reporter: graphic and disturbing video. >> move, i'm going to shoot your bullp [ bleep ] -- and put your hands on the car -- >> reporter: showing the shooting death of alton steriling in 2016. the baton rouge police saying that officer blane salamoni going to be fired over his actions. >> the violation of command and temper has been sustain and officer blane salamoni has been terminated from the baton rouge police department as of today. >> reporter: he refused to answer any questions, because the chief said that while howie lakes anded all of the questions. and lake said that he made
mistake, but he controlled his temper was given a suspension. >> one did not follow the ta tactics or the professionalism or the organization of stan r dards. >> reporter: the police chief making it clear that the admin adminstration investigation is separate from the investigations that the officers were cleared of. the police officers released four videos from the night of the shooting including this footage from the triple s convenient store. that is steriling in the front where he is selling cds and then minutes into the tape, he is conducting transactions with a man and he removes what a appears to be a gun from the front pocket followed by money. and within seconds he is seen jokingly making a shooting motion towards the man that. night, the police were called to the triple s convenient store e responding from the 911 witness who saw the man with the gun. watch closely as it escalates
quickly. from salamoni's perspective, you can see the brief struggle a and then the gun is train on his head. >> don't you move or i am going to shoot you in your [ bleep ]ing head. don't move. >> all right. hold up. hold up, you are hur iing my ar >> reporter: then sterling was pinned to the ground and tased twice. >> get on the ground. get on the ground. >> pop him again, howie. >> reporter: before being fatally shot. previously released cell phone videos recorded by bystanders believe that at this point the o officers believed that sterling was armed. a gun was recovered from sterling's body, but the federal and state investigations determined that the officer's actions were reasonable, and they could not prove that he was not reaching to t foing for a g a source in the baton rouge police department says they wanted the investigation methodical and meticulous, and
they wanted some space between that incident and the officer's fate. the officer's attorney says they will be appealing that decision. and now, this afternoon, reports that another member of trump's cabinet could be on the way out. we are told that epa secretary scott pruitt's goose is cooked. he has been the focus of many scandals with the travel and and how much he is paying for a washington, d.c., apartment with his wife who is an energy lobbyists. they got a sweet deal on that ap r paa apartment. so we are joined by josh of the
gatekeepers. josh, president trump has fired three top aides, and is pruitt is next on the chopping block? >> well, i it is hard to tell, i have no indications that it is imminent for the departure, but he has had a cascade with negative headline, and relationship with the lobbyist, and then the door beaten down when he was u unconscious and or maybe he was conscious, and so the president does not like cabinet members who have bad headlines or scrutiny. but pruitt is popular among the conservatives for the deregulatory action, and he is a person who the president sees as rolling back the regulations, and changing the game as one of the favorite cabinet member, so it is hard to know. it is fluid. >> and the white house first lening of the new housing controversy from are pruitt from the media reports and not pruitt himself, and josh, a significant
mistake on pruitt's part not to be transparent about it? >> well, it is hard to know about it at this point, because a lot of the cabinet secretaries and when the media reports start to trickle out tlsh, there is a tendency to stand by them, and then as they escalate as we saw with david shulkin and ben carson as they escalate, and the frustrations from the president grow. i know with david shulkin, the ousted veteran affairs head, one of the white house officials were infuriated that they did not believe he was honest about the inspector general report that was damning. so not letting them know the information and having them see it on tv was not beneficial. >> and so, apparently, he has been scolded and other cabinet officials about the embarrassing stories coming out and questionable ethical members of the cabinet, and this is before the latest housing controversy, and what does pruitt's latest scandal say about kelly's
ability to influence or demand good behavior from other members of the administrations? >> well, it is troubling, a shen right to scold him if he did. it is a constant drip, drip, drip, and the level of the swamp just keeps rising and it has to take a politicalle toll at some point. i'm not a lawyer, so i can't tell you whether the housing or pruitt's housing arrangement was legal or not, but goi the washington all of the time and let me tell you $50 for a room is sweetheart deal, and i have never found a deal like that. and all of the first-class travel -- in this with way of secure by the way. >> and one of the explanations is that he had to fly first class because of the toxic political environment. what does that mean? that means that everybody hates me and so i have the fly first class? it is beginning to get ludicrous at the end of the day. so kelly needs to deal with it. >> and let me ask you about this "washington post" reporting, josh, of the white house that
vets and recruits thousands of appointees is suffering from inexperience and staff shortages and yet the president has made this boast. >> i read where, oh, gee, people maybe don't want to work for trump, and believe me, everybody want t wants to work in the white house, and so many people want the come n and i can take any position in the white house, and i will have the choice of the ten top people having to do with that position. everybody wants to be there and the white house has tremendous energy, and tremendous spirit. it is a great place to be working. it is just a great place to work. the white house has a tremendous energy, and we have tremendous talent. >> josh, do you agree with the president's assessment? >> well, our reporting today indicated that the office of presidential personnel which is essential to staffing the entire government and the vast array of a agencies has struggled from day one and significant infighting inside, and go of the
top officials have is criminal record, and happy hours in the work hours and games being played, and so, there are a lot of democrats on capitol hill who have stalled the president's nominees and tried to make it harder for him to put people in place, but by all accounts the personnel office from day one has struggled. that is why you will see a lot of the key agencies have 10, 15, or more openings, and some of them are top official, and 16 months in, and 15 months in now. so it is certainly an aberration of the previous presidencies to have this many open jobs in the administration this far along. >> and we learned this week that the white house chief of staff john kelly has been excluded of some policy decision, and the recent personnel shake-ups, and chris, what is the read on this? >> well, one of the trial balloons float ed is the notion
that donald trump might get rid of kelly and not replace him, and in my mind that is completely insane. i have been critical of john kelly and reince priebus, but the only thing worse than a white house with a flawed chief of staff is a white house with no chief of staff. >> that has been done before under jimmy carter. >> and every president who has tried it has learned the hard way, that you can't run the white house without an empowered chief of staff. jimmy carter tried it and he realized the mistake the. jerry ford tried it and lasted one month. it was a disaster. you can't run the white house the way krou do the 26th floor of trump tower. >> thank you for the insight, and the e he expertise. and coming up, a reboot from 20 years ago, a television show and now in 2018, she is a trump supporter. what does the newfound success
of the show say about our political divide. >> look, she promised to get along and knowing the both of you i am guessing that you are the one keeping the feud alive. >> what's up, deplorable? >> i don't have time for this. ♪ aww thanks for loading, sweet... oops. oh burnt-on gravy? gotta rinse that.
if there is one thing that we know that impresses the president, it's tv ratings. so when the reboot of "roseanne" and imagine the lead kascharact as a trump supporter, and the ratings smash roseanne barr found out that there was a new fan, the most important man in the world. >> what's up, deplorable. >> reporter: for conservative america, the return the of "roseanne" is a triumph in the cultural war, and pull iing ove 18 million viewers to the lead character. >> thank you for make america great again. >> how could you have voted for him, roseanne? >> he takd about job, jackie,
and he said the would shake it up. this is maybe a complete shock to you, but we almost lost our house, the way that it is going. >> have you looked at the news lately, because that is not what is happen iing. >> not on the real are news. >> oh, please. look at the numbers. >> i called roseanne and i said, look at the ratings. look at the ratings and it is about us. >> it was a friendly con v conversation about working, and you know, television and ratings. >> reporter: but real politics are at work. the republicans have long raged against what they see as a hollywood bias against the con s conser vatives and christians. >> and first, let's say grace. jackie, would you like to take a knee? >> and the new "roseanne" has demand demanded the revival of "last man standing" with tim a allen. >> trump is like family are to me. >> reporter: and they have no plan to canceling the comedy,
but people were intol the rant of the views. >> and if you don't believe like everybody else, it is like 1930s germany. >> reporter: and roseanne as hammered democrats including hillary clinton. >> you accused her of being a murder on twitter, didn't you? >> i did not. yeah. >> then you know that i am going to be finding the tweet in the next 40 seconds. >> well, i deleted it so [ bleep ] you. >> and others may have the say on the show. >> what is up with the girl's clothes? sdwli like this. this is me. it is colors that pop. >> reporter: and the star on the right gets the last word. >> i should have tried to understand the reason you voted the crazy way that you did. >> and i should have understood that you want the government the give everybody free health care because you are a good hearted person who can't do simple math. >> reporter: tom foreman, cnn,
washington. joining us now is cnn political commentator and columnist for the daily beast matt lewis, and it is entertaining to see the few clips around and the show drew in viewers and already renewed a second season, and when you are look ing at the markets where this show rated the highest after that first season or the first episode of this season, and tulsa, cincinnati, pittsburgh, kansas city, and is that possible that roseanne could be a rallying point for republicans just as john stewart's daily show was for m democrats? >> well, possibly, and i'm glad that you and i both also like t the colors that pop clearly in the wa way we are dressed. >> we are easter egging, right? >> yes, and i hope that does not happen, but it could happen. it is really like two americas. one america, and it is pretty obvious that middle america is underserved in terms of the
entertainment. tv shows made in hollywood and new york, and so the people who are making the shows often don't have the sensibilities of middle america, but i hope it does not happen. i hope that what happens instead is what is happening on the show where you have people who disagree. and aunt jackie and roseanne who still love each other, and they are still friends, but they disagree, you know, starkly about politics. >> let's take a look at the numbers here. the "roseanne" premier more than 18 million, and the stormy daniels' interview on "60 minutes" 22 million viewers, and so both huge, and what is to say that the two most watched tv moments are still related to trump. >> no doubt that donald trump drive s t drives the conversation nowadays. you just can't get a wai way fr. he likes it. he likes to dominate the headlines and the news and if we start to talk about something
else, he will tweet it to try to reclaim our attention, but he is a fascinating figure, and i think that people are really interested in it. i would say that with this new "roseanne" show, that i found it a little bit cathartic, and when i watch the cable news as someone who talk s a lot about donald trump, it tends to stress me out, but i found this show, even though trump was certainly a big part of the show, i, it was more relaxing to me, and comforting to see people who disagreed and love each other. we don't always see that on the cable news. >> yeah, you are laughing instead of pulling your hair out which is reaction that the guests have amongst themselves in the discussion, and the viewers at home, too, and i asked my husband what did you think. i want to ask you about the trump's nominee about the new secretary, and this new topic this week, the president's personal physician, ronny jackson and he had that press conference that helped him to get the nomination.
let's refresh. >> there is no indication whatsoever that he has any cognitive issues. the president is very sharp, and ar tick yu late and a lot of stamina. looking at the vision, and he is 71 years old and he can drive if he wants to without glasses. he washes the hands frequentlyu remain fit for duty for the remainder of this the term and another term the if he is re-elected. >> and he has been the white house dock for for multiple administrations and nobody has questioned his ability to be a medical doctor, but the bottom line is that he has no experience on the record that he is able and already run a major organization. this is the second biggest governmental enterprise, and further proof that heaping praise on the president doesn't
hurt? >> by the way, mr. president, good job. and the clear way to the president's heart is by sucking up. you can be a great doctor, but it does not mean that you can run a large bureaucracy, but it is a pattern with donald trump though. and he floated the idea of making his personal pilot head of the faa. and he was on the short list. right now, dan scavino who started out as donald trump's golf caddie is rumored to be the next communications director, and here we have the latest example of his personal white house physician now going to head the v.a., and a huge bur ra si. -- bureaucracy. and this is not the best and the brightest or ameritocracy, but it is people who that the president like, and i am not sure that it is the best way to the staff the administration for
come competence and experience. >> matt lewis, thank you all always for the conversation, and happ happy easter. >> thank you. stormy daniels' lawyer says no amount of money is going to make her go away. and the famed attorney gloria allred is going to join with us the case, and whether the porn star's public battle is having any impact on other trump accusers. next.
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have bigger business and i would like to move on and how much do you want and i will write you a check. >> i don't think that there is a number, and that is not what this is about. >> i want to be clear, there is no number that you and your client stormy daniels would take from michael cohen or the president to make this go away? >> the number to allow him to go ahead and hide the truth? >> yes. >> no number. no amount of money. >> stormy daniels is suing the president trying to get a hush agreement thrown out so that she can discuss the details of the affair. and one of the women who is also listed in the nondisclosure agreement is talking about the president's relationship with daniels, and she is also a adult star, and drake is accusing the president of unwanted advances.
gloria allred is joining us. and now, earlier, there was a motion asking to depose the president was denied and her lawyer maintains and he is still voele cal about this, and while the president has stayed quiet. has this ruling changed the strategy at all regarding jessica brake's case or the other trump accusers that you are representing? >> just to be clear, i do represent jessica drake. but also are, jessica drake does not have any settlement agreement with president trump or prior to his becoming president, and -- >> gloria, we are going the come back to you. i thought that it was maybe just me, but apparently some issues with the mic. we will fix it and take a quick break and bring you back on the other side.
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drake, and jessica drake does not have a case going forward, but neither does she have a nondisclosure agreement, because she has never made any kind of settlement with president trump in reference to her allegations against him that she made prior to the election. >> so, let me jugs bring up the allegations. she has accused trump of grabbing her, kissing her, and offering her $10 fou sex a decade ago and you are saying that she does not have a case going forward and she has put it all to rest? >> well, i wouldn't say that that she has put it to rest, but she has not filed a lawsuit, and nor has she entered into a settlement with him. it may be that soon she will decide to tell all of the details about what she
encountered. she is a person who is listed in stormy daniels' settlement agreement with the shell corporation, and she listed jessica as a person to whom she provided confidential information about what she alleges was the relationship with president trump, but since she is not a party to stormy's agreement, and in fact, didn't even know until recently that her name was listed there, she is free to talk about what she knows. >> okay. let me ask you about another case, and you are no longer representing the former "apprentice" contestant who is accusing the president of groping, and she said that she decided the to part ways with gloria allred nothing to do with
her work as an attorney, and i look forward to my day in court with my legal team. what is the real story behind that? >> all i can say is that i wish summer the very best in her pursuit of justice. i cannot state the reasons for our withdrawal, but i think that what is really important and has not been discussed publicly is that this is the very important decision and victory that we won in the case of summer zervos against donald trump in the supreme court in new york, and the manhattan supreme court wrin the judge jennifer scheckter wrote a very, very important and well reason and thoughtful position denying president trump's motion to dismiss this case. also, she, also denied president trump's request to stay the case, to put in abeyance until
he completes the term as president of the united states. this is a defamation case. and judge scheckter cited the case of paula jones versus president clinton wrin the united states supreme court argued and opined, and designed, that no man is above the law, including the president of the united states for unofficial acts. certainly, a defamation case is an unofficial case, and that is what summer zervos is pursuing, and the court allowed her to proceed with the defamation case which is very important. as far as we know, this is the first case and perhaps the only case involving lawsuit against president trump for defamation filed in state court. the court has allowed this to proceed, and not going to stay this case from proceeding. >> and just a quick follow on that, gloria, do you think that
because of the ruling, it is going to empower potentially other women to take the same path as summer zervos and other accusers of the president, because there are a dozen or so. >> i represent other accusers of president trump, but at this point, we have no lawsuit pending or filed, and at this point, we don't have any plans to file lawsuit for the individuals that we represent, because that is not what they intend to do at least at this point. >> okay. gloria, stick around, because there is another big case that i want to ask can you about here. jury selection is expected to begin in bill cosby's assault trial, and the judge says that he may ban his testimony specifically about giving women quaaludes before sex and that is the prosecution's plan may be be derailed to portray him as a
serial abusers. and so, constantin accuses cosby of drug and sexually abusing him in 2004 and she is one of many women who have accused him. and now, the in depth case against once known as america's dad, and the center of this trial. here is a preview. >> diana parsons is andrea's older sister, and knows her better than anyone else, and she spoke exclusively with cnn about her sister who she describes as private and centered. >> she's very spiritual and she is calm. she is shumable. she is honest. >> reporter: and she is also a lifelong athlete. >> she played soccer, and she played basketball. >> reporter: she chose to focus on basketball as she grew ta taller. >> andrea is six feet. >> six feet. >> yes. her basketball skills are
unbelievable. i think that she was in grade 12 and different universities started coming forward offering andrea scholarships. >> reporter: andrea constand play played two years in europe, and then her goal was to play for the wnba, but it did not happen. how traumatic was that for her? >> well, she really wanted it, but that path did not work out for her, and she moved along to the next path. >> and in 2001 she decided to t mthe make a career off of the court, and so she accepted a administration job with philadelphia's temple university basketball team, and path that led her to the scenter of bill cosby's world. >> jean casarez, joining us now, what can we expect from her
testimony? >> well, she is a star witness for the prosecution, and i will tell you from watching in the courtroom in the trial last time, she is quiet. she has a presence. she has a strength. she has a confidence. she just answered the questios,s and never got, you know, overly emotional or ingaggravated at a and she is just sort of a calm person. that is what her sister portrayed her as. i wanted to know more about her as we went to toronto, and diana, her sister decided that she would speak out about the person that she sees in her sister. >> as mentioned, this is going to be a retrial, and the jury was deadlocked the first time around, and in that first trial though the jury did hear previous testimony that kcosby gave quaaludes to women before sex and the judge is hinting that he may not allow this. >> this interesting, because it is late in the day, and becky james on the defense eloquently a argued that you have five
prior bad act witnesses coming in to say that bill cosby drugged and sexual ly assaulted them too, and the prosecution is saying that is an admission that he gave quaaludes to women that he wanted to have sex with from the deposition in 2006, and becky james said that is a prior bad act, and so you have overly prejudicial evidence here, and the probative is not outweighed by the prejudicial evidence. >> we look forward to your special tonight at 8:00 p.m. eastern. i want to go back to gloria allred who is representing 33 of bill cosby's accusers. this retrial is coming from montgomery, pennsylvania, where bill cosby is the hometown boy, and a achieved amazing success. is that going to help him? >> well, it is difficult to say. in the first trial which i attended, it appeared that the
defense did not want jurors from montgomery county, and in fact, they moved to have jurors from the pittsburgh area instead. now, there is a new defense team, and now apparentlily, they are just fine with the jurors from montgomery county, where they did not want the jurors previously. i might add, as to the five prior bad act witnesses that the prosecution wanted to call, that the court has now permitted them to call, i do represent a mar joy of ti of those prior bad act witnesses, and i said at the end of the first trial that i thought that it was really important, and they hoped that the prosecution would renew the motion to allow other accusers, other prior bad act witnesses to testify in the second trial, because in the first trial, the
court only allowed one. i represented that one. i thought that she was an excellent prior bad act witness and having said that, the jury did deadlock and no decision for either acquittal or conviction. >> and can i ask you a follow on the bad act witnesses, because we have heard that janet dickinson is among the five, nda who are the women who vu have been called to testify as the others? >> well, at this time, i do not feel that it is appropriate for me to name the witnesses who may be called by the prosecution to testify, and whom i represent. i have no doubt that the defense is well aware of the names, and in addition that i represent them, but i don't feel that -- >> it is names that the public would recognize? >> are well, i don't know whether the public would re
recognize them or not. they are not celebrities, but they are, you know, allegedly victims of mr. cosby, and accusers of mr. cosby, ap i believe they are very brave in their willingness to testify. >> i hope that we can stay in touch as the trial moves forward. thank you, gloria allred for being with us. an tune in tonight with the special 8:00 p.m. eastern "the case against cosby." only on cnn. we will be right back. it's hard to get all the daily fiber we need from food alone. that's why i love fiber choice. it has the fiber found in many fruits and vegetables, all in a tasty chewable tablet. fiber choice: the smart choice.
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some people are furious and the california police department is showing it. a crowd is rallying again in downtown sacramento as details emerge in the shooting death of 22-year-old stephon clark. those new details we're learning, that on the night of march 18th, clark was hit by at least eight police bullets, six of them in his back, and that he may have lived as long as ten minutes affidavit. here is the police helicopter footage from that night. [ sound of gunfire ] >> shots fired, shots fired. >> this was the night sacramento police officers say they opened fire on clark in the backyard of his grandmother's home, believing he had a gun. he didn't. he was unarmed. cnn's ryan young joins us live in sacramento. ryan, talk about what's happening there right now. and what do the people protesting want to accomplish? >> reporter: well, you can see the crowd right here h