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2016 presidential election. >> you are the man suggested in this dime. what's your answer? >> i certainly acknowledge i was in touch with the trump campaign. it's benign, it's innocuous. >> i think we are being hurt badly by i would call it the witch hunt. >> the president's ad hoc style. >> that may well give mr. putin assurance and that would be extremely dangerous to our national security interest. >> i think we would have a chance to have a very good relationship with russia and a very good chance to have a further good relationship with president putin. this is "new day" weekend. >> happy saturday to you. this morning, president trump is not speak out against 12 officials in the 2016 election.
he is also not canceling a private meeting with the leader of that country, despite calls for him to do both. instead, the president is touting his summit with president putin. he is attacking former president obama and he is going golfing today. >> the big pick for you now, we have indictments after u.s. officials confirmed our democracy was attacked president trump's response oh so far, i'm still innocent and the victim of a rigged witch hunt and i'm still hoping for a good relationship with putin. jeremy dimon is near where the president is staying in glasgow. what is the president saying this morning? >> reporter: well the president is already taking to twitter from the confines of his golf retreat here at turnberry in scotland. the president said he will be golfing. he has now tweeted about this indictment against 12 russian agents. the president tweeting the story
you heard about the 12 russians yesterday took place against the obama administration, not the trump administration. why didn't they do something about it? especially when it was reported president obama was informed by the fbi in september before the election. so there you have it. the president of the united states not coming out to criticize the action of these agents, to mend, rather the justice department for these indictments. instead pointing the finger at the obama administration seems to be the president's go-to move at heat for today. the president is set to meet with russian president vladimir putin on monday. that's despite a series of calls of democratic leaders urging him to chanancel his meeting with putin. the director of national intelligence dan coates last night warning the russian actors are still continuing their efforts to divide the united
states politically and socially, the efforts they carried out during the 2016 election. the president still moving forward with that meeting. he has said he will bring up this russian meddling. it does raise the question how far he will prems and what he will say to him about ongoing russian behavior. we know yesterday the president was putting blame on not u.s. action but divisive politics in the united states and special council's investigation. >> thanks so much. meantime, anti-trump protests are happening right now in scotland. phil black is in the city of edinborough. we know there are growing protests around you. what are you seeing? >> reporter: yeah, because where i am standing right now, these are some of the thousands of people who have begun marching through the scottish capital here telling donald trump that he is not welcome. the atmosphere is pretty happy.
it's mostly smiles, families, quite festival like. just like we saw in london and glasgow yesterday the messages, they are chanting and sing 3w4ru67b9 sometimes rurksd something color. . these are all people what do not want donald trump in scott happened, they say. this is one of the focal points today. another one will be the turnrerry resort where the president is staying. we expect to see protests around the perimeter there. we have seen one daring protest action taken by a greenpeace active 50 piloting a paraglider streaming an anti-trump message behind him. he got very close to the trump home, invading what police say is restricted airspace at this time to protect the president. they say he has breached the law by doing. so police are trying to find that pilot. you can see, the feelings here today are pretty strong.
these are people that disagree with donald trump's policies and statements. there are also people here who think it's unfair scotland is being hit with a big security bill on what is essentially a private visit to the president. they say he will simply be playing golf and checking in on his visit. back to you. >> do they have avrn any questions? have you talked to any of them who have thoughts on what is next to come for the president with the russian president sit down and russian president puti putin? >> yes, there are banners, placards here that make jokes and comments along that line there. it's fair to say donald trump is a fairly divisive and ridicules here. these two golf resorts in
turnberry and the north of scotland, there is through the development of these siefts they come up against angry locals, people that didn't want to sell their property, for example. environmentalists. he has long been criticized. most recently in recent years ago we've seen passionate criticism about the president at his politics. this is a part of the united kingdom on issues like the environment, women's rights, gay rights. immigration. these people today, they feel diametrically opposed to the president on these issues. >> phil black, thank you so much. we appreciate it. and just two days before president trump was having that sit down with president putin in helsinki, many lawmakers demand he cancel it. >> this is after 12 democrats were indicted for hacking
presidential campaigns. mathew chance is live. we are already hearing a response from the russians from the kremlin to these indictments. what is it? >> reporter: well, victor, as expected when they have been confronted with allegations of messing with the meddling in the u.s. elections, they've always met that with a category cal denial. that's what they've met these latest denials as well. this time from the russian foreign ministry. they said that washington is struggling to reanimate old fake news when it comes to election meddling. they have gone back to the idea of using the same language that donald trump himself uses when he describes the investigation into alleged collusion between his campaign and russians. they called this the russian phone ministry a heap of conspiracy schemes. the statement goes on to say the purpose of this story is to spoil the atmosphere before the
russian sum in helsinki. the security preparations are under way. >> that meeting will be held a couple days from now on monday, in fact, local time. president trump alirrivearrives sunday night locally. he'll be meeting with the finished presidents in the morning and monday and he'll have that one-on-one meeting with president trump followed by a working lunch and probably a joint press conference to finish and the president say there will be a joint press conference. one has yet to confirm that. it will be interesting. we don't know what they will discuss and the tone of those conversations will be like as well. as you said, there have been calls for the sum to be call off. there are the confident tone of
the way in which trump addresses president putin to be much more confrontational, given he has this evidence about russian officials meddling in the u.s. election. but we shall see the russian are speak about this issue in the right way. >> that's through chance, thank you so much. joining me now, democratic congressman from connecticut, jim hines, congressman, good morning to you. >> good morning. >> should the president meet with vladimir putin on monday? >> i think he should do it under mun circumstance and one circumstance only, which is to deliver a very clear message that we know what you did. we can watch what you do. much of that ziemt i indictment was a real testimony to our law
enforcement and intelligence action 's the trace the activities of specific people in russia to say we know what you did, how you do it. i am not leaving this room until you make a commitment not to do this again, to us or to our allies. if you don't make that commitment, you will be in a world of pain. is the president going to say any of that? opening he is not going to say this so, no, i don't think he should be meeting with vladimir putin. >> let's talk more about this indictment. i want you to first listen to your house colleague, frances rooney, he is talking about what he gleans from what he read on friday. >> in the sense we haven't found direct collusion between the campaign and the russian efforts to destabilize our country, i
guess that probably you could say there is no evidence. they haven't found anything on that. >> the president's attorney rudy guiliani says that the president is incident. it's time for mule tore ends this pursuit and say so. the logic here, because there were no americans and the president, himself, was not mpgsed in his latest diernlths america must not be involved. what's your take? >> well, it is mind biologying to me. here we have specific evidence, how, where and why an attack on the american people. on the core of our democracy and the republican party is saying something which is not true. which shows there was no cluchlgs where acollusion. where are the statements of condemnation on that attack. rudy guiliani and my republican colleagues are completely uninterested in the nature of the attack perpetrated on our democracy. all they are interested in is
defending the president. as a technical matter the indictments yesterday are silent on the question of whether there was collusion. >> that does not mean mueller is not pursuing leads, evidence, other things he quite likely is following up on the question of collusion and obstruction, clooeter of which he has disposed of either way. to say just because he hasn't brought it up yet, there is no evidence, is what i think the technical term is a lie. when an investigation turns up as much information as this investigation has turned up, indictments, guilty pleas, further action. you say we should stop this investigation now, that is a deeply unpatriotic -- i said it on twitter, when a foreign attack on our country is being revealed, you say, let's stop this investigation, that points
in the direction of traeson and it should stop. congressman, let me put something to you, the president tweeted. you mentioned twitter the story about the 12 russians took place during the obama administration, not the trump administration. why didn't they do something about it? especially when it was reported president obama was reported in september before the election? authorities were informed before the election, there were sanctions handed down a month avl after the election, december 29ing i believe that executive order came down. are you satisfied with the reaction the response? what the obama administration did in response as to what they learned? >> yeah, that's a really good question. let's start with the obviously point. this isn't an attack on our country the first thing we do is we say, go, it didn't happen on my watch. technically speaking, it is correct. i'll say two things about that.
the story needs to be told and told again that they when to the nancy pelosi to mitch mcconnell to the speaker of the house and the leadership and said we have a very serious attack about occurring and about to occur. we need to talk to the american people about it. to warn them about it the senate leader, mitch mcconnell said, no this is a partisan attempt to do x, y, z, i will not permit it. mitch million ccconnell said st is happening. yes, i do believe the obama administration should have responded more. we seen the closure of two facilities. >> that is a lot more pain extracted from him. >> thank you so much for being with us this morning.
? thank you. >> still to come, 12 boys and a soccer coach rescued from that thailand cave are expected to be release soon. their condition and message to the rescue team ahead. >> plus, first lady melania trump promoting kindness while her husband bashes world leaders. a juxtaposition in a moment. also a dramatic rescue caught on video, after a chinook rescued a bla climber from ft. hood. we'll tell you what happened. i would not want to pay that insurance bill. [ ding ] -oh, i have progressive, so i just bundled everything with my home insurance. saved me a ton of money. -love you, gary! -you don't have to buzz in. it's not a question, gary. on march 1, 1810 -- [ ding ] -frédéric chopin. -collapsing in 226 -- [ ding ] -the colossus of rhodes. -[ sighs ] louise dustmann -- [ ding ] -brahms' "lullaby," or "wiegenlied."
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trump, his visit there, and his policies and the baby balloon is following him throughout this. >> we saw it if londontial city-con allowed it up for protest, up only two hours. we don't know the restrictions here we know there are crowds in glasgow as well, this is the weekend the president says he will be making calls, having meetings at his golf resort there. then heads on monday to helsinki, we are covering all of it this weekend. also this. the 12 boys rescued from that sacave are recovering in hospital. they are sitting up in their beds. they sent messages to their
messagers. >> before i was not doing very good, now i am very fine. thank you so much. >> doctors are telling the parents they should not allow media to interview the boys for at least a month, as they get acclimated to their lives. the doctors are worried about the impact over the last three weeks that it may have on them after they are discharged. listen, the government had outlined how it will reunite the children taken from their parents se southern border. >> over the next two weeks the children will be reunited. they say they will use a streamline vetting process to try to speed up those reunions. but what does a streamline vetting process look like?
does this mean the children in government custody will be reunited with their parents? rosa, good morning, tell us about this striem line system and the steps the government will be skipping to speed up the process. >> what the government will be skipping, that includes dna testing. they will not do that or check the background of every adult in the family, where the child will be reunited with the family. but you know the government made it very clear saying they don't agree with the process. they will definitely supply with the order, it's by a judge. they deep agree it's for the safety and security of the child. about the streamline process, here is a breakdown, according to government, they had six-to-eight facilities where they will be re-uniting children
and their parents. they will be moving the parent that is eligible to 21 of those location the streamline process includes a 15-minute interview the government will confirm the parent is willing to be reunited with that child and will be transferred to i.c.e. custody and sent to a location and that's where the reunification will happen. so you mentioned, how many of these children will be reunited with their parents? if you learned one thing about the reunification of the toddler, because this is for children ages five to 17 who learned anything is that not every child that was separated will be reunited. we are talking so 3 separated and under skirnth reunited. so the number of chrp separated
township 5 and 17 is 2,551. it is unclear how many of those will actually be reunited with their parents. >> even with those details. we need more clear numbers, specific numbers who still need to be reunited. thank you so much. >> tack a look at this. there is a dramatic rescue by national guards from the summit of mt. hood. a man climbed the mountain thursday. apparently he changed his mind, called 11 in the afternoon. officials weren't able reach him until yesterday. you see cnooc hock and nine rescuers. >> will president trump push moscow to stay out of the u.s.
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good morning, so glad to have you with us. >> good to be with you. president trump plans to keep his date with vladimir putin in helsinki him he says he, yes, will ask the russian president about election meddling. the new indictment brings is 12 new charges against 12 russian operatives. but president trump is not categorically saying russia meddled in the election. let's see what he has been talking over time. >> we have been talking about meddling. i will absolutely bring it up. there won't be a perry mason here, i don't think. you never know what hatches. -- happens. i will bring it up. >> reporter: they talked about this before. during both the g7 meeting and
at the apex in vietnam. after each meeting, president trump said putin denied the claim. he says every time he sees me, i didn't do that. and i believes i really believe that when he tells me that he means it. putin may mean it. here's what the intelligence community confirmed. two key findings, russian president vladimir putin ordered an nuance campaign aimed at the u.s. presidential election and putin and the government conspired when possible by discreditinging is checkpoint. in may, the top democrat agreed with that finding. there is no ambiguity there. president trump, however, has been all over the place on putin and russia meddling. >> the cia concluded russia convene to help you win the presidency. your reaction.
>> i think it's ridiculous him it's another excuse. >> president putin put out this fake news is indeed fake news. >> the united states is hacked by everybody, that includes russia, china and everybody. if russia did anything having to do with our election, i want to know about it. i think it was russia. i think we get hacked by other countries and people. >> yes they did, no they didn't, it's all over the place, his own people say there is no question. >> i am confident the russians meddles meddled in this election. >> they have interfered in a number of elections in democracies. >> everybody knows russia meddles in our election.
>> i think in question, it is fairly well established. >> there is no question, underline no question the russian government interfered last year. >> blubl there was a comprehensive program and they will come back here to influence future elections? >> yeah, there is a clear answer to this, that's yes. >> the evidence is now incontrovertible and available in the public domain. >> that is included in a sprn indictment, first for their alleged interference and a dozen more friday accused of hacking the national committee. the president seen sanctions if retaliation. listen to the testimony from intelligence heads earlier this
year. >> we have seen it to have an impact on the next cycle here. >> i agree with director pompeo's likelihood of the 2018 occurrence as well. >> this is not going to change or stop. >> yes, it is not going to change or shop. >> every one of them when asked if russia meddled, the answer was yes the president was asked the same questions. >> are you worried about russia trying to meddle in the mid-term? >> no, because we'll counteract whatever they do. >> reporter: that was in march, senate members say the states are still vulnerable. michael chertoff co-authored a title, the west still isn't prepared to stop russia meddling in our elections. on june 28, 538 days after the assessment by the u.s. intelligence community that russia interfered in 2016, president trump tweeted russia continues to say they had
nothing to do with meddling in our election. >> cnn intelligence analyst bob baer is with us as well as michael moore gentleman, thank you so much. after all of that let's listen to what roger stone said yesterday. >> i think it is still unproven. there is an enormous am of forensic evidence that points to a conclusion based on the download time that there was no hack. >> michael. why is it so hard after all of what we just saw for anyone to act knowledge that russia interfered? >> well, i think they've taken a burly political tack as opposed to looking at it from proof from a legal sense. let me tell you, bob mueller handled this case like master falvey storyteller. we went through the character stage the plea agreements,
cooperation things, many people high up in the trump campaign, now i think you will see indictments further down to explain how those characters played into the grand scheme? it ties all towing. people like roger stone, pop p papadopoulos, i think it's fake news to coin a phrase there to say there was nothing here or this is some kind of a witch hunt or they continue to deny there was russian involvement in the election. >> okay. i want to ask you about something you just said, fbi director michael hayden when you talk about further zooimt dimin say we take a view there were no americans involved. do you believe there will be indictments on americans? ly think you will. you wouldn't have bob mueller
the consummate prosecutor entering into agreements with people in the trump campaign unless he was going to get some information. >> that information would tend to be things that they nigh about what happened from the american side of this meddling campaign, my guess is we will see things down the road and indictments die if sort of the american branch of this treaty. >> okay. bob, we saw the president there say that america doesn't have to worry. they would counter actions by russia to interfere further. do you see any indication that the u.s. is less velnerable in the mid-terms coming up in 2020 than they were in 2016? >> we, i frankly think we're more vulnerable because there has been no punishment put on the russians at this point. yes, diplomats have been expelled, compounds, that's it. the russians are indifferent to that. the dni coate's, says it's
blinking red, the system the russians will come after us. i assume this congressional election this year and in 2020. why wouldn't they? because they're being reward by a summit in helsinki, an attack like this has to be responded in in kind, whether it's a finding, more sanctions, it doesn't matter, but right now the russians have not paid a price. they've gotten what they've wanted. they've disresulted the american political. clearly this evidence, you look at it, it's absolutely damming. it's better than we got on pearl harbor and 9/11. when they come out and name russian military officers, under cover, find out the bitcoin payment and the rest of it, intelligence is fantastic. >> michael, who do you think might be an american indicted? . >> we will probably type out more about this congressman on
congressional candidate asking for information. i think you will see perhaps people associated in the campaign with the campaign. i think roger stone is not all of the woods he goes back and forth if he was the source. >> he admitted it was him. >> we might see him brought to some point. he clearly had trump's ear. let me say this i agree totally with him. what is interesting, we've had the negotiations now, we've given meanings to our worst enemies or adversaries between the north koreans, i guess somehow trump will expect putin will be more candid than kim jong-un when he said he wouldn't going to do nuclear equipment. it's a fallacy. it's being spun in a different way. they're looking at pediatrics. >> bob, with that said, when we look ahead to this meeting what
does president trump have to secure from putin in order for this meeting to be a success. if it has nothing to do if he doesn't go boldly ap press him on interference, is it considered a failure of the meeting then? >> yes, it's a failure, he will look out saying they continue to deny it. put will be not offer up an explanation why 12 of his intelligence officers were involved in hacking american elections. he's not going, it's fought going to happen. we will walk away with this, hoping in time, people will forgive. are we shouldn't? a treasonous act happened, people cooperated with the russians. they continue odeny it. we didn't know we were dealing with that, we thought they were criminal hackers. >> that in itself is a crime. we have to get to the basics of the law and it will happen over
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ahead of the queen, which is a major faux pas in britain. first lady melania was on stage, she promoted kindness as a part of the be best campaign. her husband put her in an awkward position, after he criticized the world minister and world leaders i'm going to watch about the first lady's credibility. >> i think after wearing a jacket like that, which we were told to take at first value and not to read anything into it. i think then you have to constantly say, well, if she doesn't care, then why should we take to heart anything that she does publicly? i mean, a part of that certainly has to do with the way that she uses clothes and symbol im.
>> so did that taint engels that she does? a senator politician is with, what is your talk on that? i know people go back to the jack. it was perplexing. does it really cloud out her pointability and taint what she does from this point on? >> i agree, i think the jacket hangs like a cloud over everything she does now, she is trying to roll out a campaign be best which is teaching children to be nice to each other. it was such an unkind message she was wearing on that jack as she went to visit migrant children being detained, separated from their families. such a serious day, such an odd and almost mean jacket choice. so now i think she's on a world stage and people, any time you
want to read into what she's weaker, she likes to nod to various countries when she goes with her fashion choices, i think it's hard to think she tells us it doesn't care so is that an overarching message? >> what do you think she wore in this latest journey, trip with the president? >> i think now she's on her best behavior. she is wearing a buttoned up peacoat as a nod to cleveland, she wore calvin klein, it's a brand led by belgium. we're not in brussels. i think she is trying to be poised to nod to these countries. she is trying to create relationships there it feels odd to talk about it.
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