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category 1 hurricane. slamming louisiana with torrential rain, punishing winds, and surging floods. as the waters rise, is the worst yet to come. plus party problems. the democratic disagreement gets personal. >> it's really just pointing out a pattern, right? >> as some warn the party is hurting its chances in 2020. >> the last thing we need is to form a circular firing squad here. >> how unified are democrats heading into the election year. >> i'm jake tapper in washington where the state of our union is trying to keep the lights on. tens of thousands of people are currently without power in louisiana after tropical storm barry hit the coast as a category 1 hurricane. the storm is now moving inland with the potential for devastating flooding as the governor there warns residents that the worst is yet to come.
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meanwhile the worst appears to be over after power is fully restored after massive outages left 70,000 in the dark stranding people in subways and elevators. this is the city expecting federal rates targeting undocumented immigrants. 2,000 people in nine cities across the country. the president is starting this morning going after a different group, quote, progressive congresswoman. quote, so interesting to see progressive democrat congresswoman who originally came from countries whose governments are complete and total catastrophe, worst, most inept in the world if they even have a government at all. now loudly and telling people of the united states, the best on earth how our government is run. why don't they go back and fix totally crime infested and broken places from which they came. 2020 presidential candidate
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mayor de blasio. we have a lot to get to but i want to get your reaction to these tweets from president asking why some lawmakers don't go back and help fix totally broken and crime infested places from which they came. what's your response? >> jake, unfortunately there's an american tradition of telling people to go back where they came from. it's a very bad tradition we need to weed out of our nation. we're a nation of immigrants, that's who we are. you don't expect to hear it from the president of the united states. here is the bottom line what trump is doing with that tweet today. he said he would make america great again, what he's trying to do is make america hate again. this is another effort to divide people along the lines of religion, ethnicity, origin, and create a country where there can't be unity. he's doing the most unpresidential thing possible by constantly looking for every way to divide people.
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but it's a political strategy. let's give him points for consistency. what he's doing with that tweet, what he's doing with the i.c.e. raids, jake, it's all one political strategy to keep people divided to the maximum extent possible, gin up his base, and take people's eyes off all of the other things going on, the fact that so many middle class, working class people are not doing well in america. the fact that he's about to pass a new nafta treaty, which will continue to hurt americans. these are the kinds of things trump does. he bates and switches all the time. it's a bait and switch move. what it's going to do is get a lot of people angry because they realize they are being lied to about their lives and a purposeful attempt to divide people. >> i want to taub about i.c.e. raids in a second. first let's turn to the power outage in new york. a substation had a malfunction with a transmission line might have caused this outage, tens of thousands of people, your constituents, lost power for a few hours.
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does this suggest your electrical grid is incredibly vulnerable? >> jake, we haven't had many incidents like this in recent years. that's a very good thing. this incident went on five hours and power was fully restored. thank god, no injuries. our first responders did an amazing job. that means nypd, fdny, emergency management, everyone did their job and got help to people right away. we're going to look at this very carefully. not only depend on con edison but make sure there's a careful review of what happened, we don't want to see it happening again. i'll go over to the site where the incident occurred to get an update on the investigation that's taking place. i'lli be doing that in the next hours. the bottom line here, jake, we have not seen a lot of incidents like this. once it occurred, i want to just say our first responders did the job and con ed did get it restored in five hours. >> we should note you weren't in
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new york when it happened, you were in waterloo, iowa, campaigning for president. mayors are important, when situations like this come up, you somewhere to be on site. what -- you have to be on site. what do you say to constituents who say shouldn't be in iowa for a presidential campaign. >> i make sure everything in new york is handled, quickly handled well. the whole team responded immediately the way everyone has been trained to do. we had top officials on the site coordinating the response. first responders there are quickly. got a lot of information out to people. when you're a mayor or governor, you're going to travel for a variety of reasons. the important thing is to have a hand on the wheel, make sure things are moving effectively and communicate to people. even from where i was, i was able to do that right away with the people in new york city. so in the end, a ceo, public sector, private sector, has to be able to lead wherever they
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were. we got this done. >> all right. let's turn to those immigration raids which are coming this morning. you've slammed as reckless, a political weapon. let's start back philosophically because you're running for commander in chief. do you think it's the job of the federal government to enforce its borders and make sure everyone in the country is here legally? >> absolutely, jake. if we're really going to have a serious conversation in this country about how to do it, let's do comprehensive immigration reform, let's have a path to citizenship for 11 or 12 million people that have been here for decades. this is the greatest don't ask, don't tell in american history. for decades we've had millions and millions of undocumented folks. they are core to our economy at this point, they are part of our communities. why don't we acknowledge it as a country, have comprehensive reform, give people the pathway to citizenship. a guest worker program. a lot of parts of the country, iowa where i've been, people
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need more agriculture workers. why don't we come to grips with this and rationalize this. it comes down to what president trump is doing. i'll say it again, his slogan should be make america hate again. he's trying to foment division as a political campaign. what he's doing with i.c.e. agents is not about border, basically an electoral effort by president trump. we could have a rational immigration system. we could have clear border security, and it could be done in a way that actually helps our economy function and creates fairness. we don't need this i.c.e. this i.c.e. as it's formed now should be abolished, a new agency created that's not about separating families but is actually about enforcing the law fairly and evenly. >> the trump administration says that the undocumented immigrants targeted in the raid have all been given a final order of removal from the judge. in other words, they have gone through the legal process and been told you cannot stay here. you have to leave. they have ignored that. what is wrong with the u.s.
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government enforcing a court order and telling people, as they were told by the courts, you cannot stay. >> because, jake, unfortunately the trump administration is no longer believable on these issues. they said they were going to do immigration enforcement. what we've seen is so inconsistent. they have gone after folks who have committed no crime, had no proceeding against them. there's no rhyme or reason what they did undermining the asylum process with family separation, zero tolerance. on, off, they keep changing the way president trump can't make up his mind on so many issues. this is not legal consistent enforcement. i'm the first to say, in new york city we have a law, and i'm proud of it, if you commit a serious or violent offense and you're found guilty, you're here undocumented, you should be deported. i think that's the right way to do it. that is a real process. but there are millions of people, and this the honest conversation we need to have. millions of people didn't do anything wrong. they have been here a long time,
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contributing to the economy, haven't done anything wrong. trump threatened to deport all them. the bottom line there, jake, i believe he's trying to divide americans in this manner. if you're an american citizen and you're middle class, working class, hurting, not feeling good about the economy, not able to make ends meet, your family, trump is trying to get you to think the immigrants did that to you. i said it bluntly, i said it in the first debate, that's not who created your misery. if you're an american citizen and you're hurting economically, wall street did that to you, big corporations did that to you. the folks who had power put you in that jam. the fact that you're income is not growing, the facts your kids aren't going to have a better life than you. that's not because of some guy in the kitchen, works in the field, that's about the folks in power. we have to have that discussion in this country, jake, because if we do, we're actually able to go at the root cause of challenges. it's not granting struggling to get by.
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>> the obama/biden administration also targeted families in what they called concerted nationwide enforcement operations. they did this in 2016. i.c.e. numbers very clearly showed deportations under obama/biden grew as high as 400,000 a year, far more than the 256,000 deportations this year by trump/pence. does joe biden need to answer for that? >> jake, absolutely. look, let's be honest. there as lot of issues where democrats and republicans unfortunately have some responsibility for the problems. we can't as democrats saad we were perfect because we weren't. that was a mistake in the end. what we need to have was a very different approach. this should be a country for working people, a a country we respect immigrants come here and do well for their family. we need a certain number of immigrants in the country to be able to have our economy go forward and work.
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instead, i think democrats have often been scared of their own shadows, listening to what's on fox news or attacks coming from republicans or responding to them too much. we need to be real blunt about the fact democrats made mistakes here, too. i mentioned there's going to be a moment of truth for democrats, jake. you're about to see in the next weeks, democrats are going to have to decide who we are and the question is the new nafta treaty. if democrats are complicit with republicans in passing a nafta treaty, it's got a different name. it's still nafta. it's even worse in some ways. if democrats are so scared to stand up and be progressive and be strong that they can't say out of hand no nafta, no way, a lot of people in this country, a lot of working people are going to look at that. a lot of middle class people are going to look at that and say i can't tell one party from the other. they aren't going to buy into a democratic party that seems to be once again caving to the big corporations rather than standing up for working people.
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on a whole host of issues, i think it's a time of reckoning for the democratic party. that's what the primary should be about and debates. heart and soul of the democratic party. are we really here for people, stand up to a different society or are democrats just republicans light. that's the discussions we have to have. if we're republicans light, donald trump will get re-elected. i for one will not stand for that. >> mayor de blasio, thank you for your time and good luck with the citizens in new york city. >> thanks, jake. i.c.e. agents set to begin raids this morning. i'm going to talk to a top official about whom they are targeting and whether families might be separated again. that's next. mr. trump says a group of democratic congresswoman should go back to where they came from. that story coming up. stay with us. here's another reason to join t-mobile.
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union, i'm jake tapper. citizens preparing for raids on thousands of undocumented migrant families. president trump originally delayed the raids on immigrants with court ordered removals after democrats called them cruel, families could be separated. the president's decision to reveal the exact date of the raids could put immigration and
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enforcement officialsened officers in danger. jeong me part of the department of homeland security, kim cuccinelli. thank you for joining us. i have to ask you who is the president talking about in this tweet when he says these individuals, democratic congresswoman progressives need to go back and fix totally crime infested places from which they came. do you have any idea who he's talking about here? >> i don't. i don't. >> ocasio-cortez was born in new york, pressley ohid. >> new york could use fixing. >> you're bound to talk about this not politics. you talk about how dividing on race, ethnicity, now talking about sending women back to where they came from when three
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out of four came from the united states. it feeds this impression that the president is racist and pushing a racist agenda. >> he's running for president. you're wrapping up his rhetoric for presidential race in what is i.c.e.'s every day job, enforcing what congress has passed. we're paying attention from the news standpoint but this is their job every day. we have compassionate loyal i.c.e. agents just doing their job. it shows you how far we've fallen in that it's become news they would actually go deport people who have removal orders. in your earlier segment, cnn had a tag line underneath the mayor that said undocumented. they aren't undocumented. they have court order on a piece of paper, that says they have gotten due process, over a million people with removal orders. >> have the raids started? >> i can't speak to operational specifics and i won't.
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that's the pool that's being drawn from for i.c.e. >> so the president said the raids were going to start today? >> i understand that, but he's also made it clear that he's leaving actual execution in the hands of the folks at i.c.e. who do this job every day. >> okay. so the other question is who is going to be targeted in obviously i don't think there's anybody that really would object to dangerous criminals, ms-13. >> let's start there. that remains the priority for i.c.e. >> that's who they are going to go after. >> that's still the priority. >> today it's a priority. >> let me finish, jake. what we keep saying is that will not be the exclusive limit of any operation, that that is the priority. you can expect it to remain the priority. it's interesting to hear the mayor of a major city, america's biggest, say this is what i'd like to see done. well, at the same time people in his city and others who want to be sanctuary cities are not
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cooperating with that exact -- with that exact effort. that's still isis priority. is -- i.c.e. priority. i.c.e. is protecting america, while you have sanctuary cities and states protecting criminals by not cooperating with i.c.e. >> when you talk about criminals, that's one of the things. again, i don't think anybody has any issue with dangerous criminals, ms-13, gang members, people had killed people, raped people, get them out of the country. you heard de blasio say that. >> that's not right. we're sitting at the capital of the united states. barely a month ago ms-13 killed a 14-year-old girl on the other side of the border in maryland. the killer and the two accomplices had been in prince george's county police detention for violent crimes, aggravated felonies. maryland, their attorney general and prince george's county government proudly proclaimed they were providing sanctuary for those folks. now there's a 14-year-old girl
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dead. that is ms-13. >> that's a horrible tragedy. >> they wouldn't cooperate with i.c.e. >> my point is, when you say criminals need to be deported, i think a lot of people think dangerous criminals like the ones you talked about for maryland. you also mean people who are in this country illegally when you say criminals. >> when we talk in terms of, so everybody understands, coming across the border is criminal. when we talk about prioritization for removal, we're not using that. we're using other crimes you would normally think of. >> so you said earlier this month if people know the raids are coming, that would be, quote, a threat to officer safety. there are people at i.c.e. who are concerned about that. president trump has not only named the date that these raids are coming, he's talked about it happening this morning. is there concern that being so public about when these raids are happening, announcing them the way president trump has, will put i.c.e. officers in
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jeopardy? >> first of all, if you look back to the time when we're talking about about three weeks ago, the level of detail and the information that came out publicly was way beyond these general comments the president is making. it's when you get to that point where you've got to be concerned for officer safety, which is always a top priority, as you might imagine, in any effort like this. >> what to you say to people like de blasio who says this looks like a political stunt, not an actual effort to solve the immigration problem. you have the president talking about it. obviously it's something he taund about on the campaign trail since his presidential run. this is red meat for red states. is it about keeping the community safer? >> it is about keeping the community safer. he did talk about it during his presidential campaign. what happened? just the expectations imposed such a deterrent effect, what's now called the trump effect.
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the major drop in illegal crossings we saw in 2017. when people in other parts of the world realized judges were going to interfere with this president's policies and he wasn't necessarily going to get cooperation from congress, the numbers started going back up. we were hitting crisis level starting last year. department of homeland security is warning about this while lots of people in this government were saying it's a manufactured crisis, it isn't real. those people are now coming to the border and realizing we do have a real crisis. the border patrol is strapped. i.c.e. is strapped. even hhs. >> there is a crisis, humanitarian crisis at the border. acting dhs secretary kevin mcaleenan reportedly did not support these raids because undocumented parents could be separated from their children. can you guarantee that no parents will be separated from their children, excluding the violent criminals we're talking about earlier? can you guarantee no parents will be separating from their children in these raids?
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>> in the same way i wasn't willing to talk about operational details, that would be an operational detail i'm not going to comment on. there are a million people, including families, with removal orders. the priority remains for i.c.e. to get at criminals. violent criminals, aggravated felons, all those sorts of things, just as it was in the obama administration. you noted earlier in this show that the trump administration has till not hit the pace of the obama administration in deportations. >> how is separating families -- how is pledging that parents will not be separated from children, which is something that shocked a lot of people when it happened last year before you came on board, how is pledging that won't happen or saying we're making every effort to make sure that doesn't happen again, how is that revealing operational -- >> i'm not going to say yes or no to anything like that. then certain people out there can write themselves off the list or find a way to play a loophole. the loopholes in our legal system are what we've been
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screaming to be fixed. i run asylum with uscis. that'sen wo of the things we do with legal immigration. we do that. we've been talking to congress for quite some time about closing some of these loopholes, including ones the obama administration talked about like keeping families together with florida settlement and undoing that. we have the same position the obama administration did on dealing with trafficked children. i can put legislation for those two fixes, jake, on one piece of paper. one piece of paper. not a 1,000 page bill. when i see the house calendar between now and when they go on vacation, the only thing they have is show hearings, not dealing with problems on legislative level, i know they are leaving i to us. >> i want to ask you because the vice president toured the border, detention facility, he saw the dangerous overcrowding firsthand. hundreds of men packed into facilities. they don't have room to lie
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down, they are asking for wate., he said it was unacceptable. the attorney general saying not taking steps to address overcrowding and prolonged detention. isn't this a shame, a blight on the united states government that we are treating -- we, because i'm a taxpayer -- >> i understand. i understand. >> we are treating people this way. >> first of all, it is shameful for congress. the reason is, and we can prove it, because last month when they were willing to address this same problem for children, we succeeded in addressing it, jake, in one month. one month. back in february, the trump administration asked for more i.c.e. detention beds. the reason you see overcrowding at border patrol facilities and your viewers should pay attention to this, is not because of the border patrol, their job is catch, process.
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then they happened them over to i.c.e. i.c.e. is overcrowded the pine line is clogged. that's why you're seeing pictures at the border. i was at the same sector of the border two weeks ago. these facilities were built to catch adult mexican males, process them and return them to mexico typically on the same day. when i was down there, i saw children, frankly well cared for but in space clearly not designed for that. so the border patrol in the el paso sector is not only dealing with those numbers. if you just go back to last october, they were in the number six sector on the border. now number two. all sorts of problems we're contending with without congressional -- >> if you have such overcrowding in i.c.e. facilities, you're about to do a raid on 2,000 facilities, do you have the beds for them, facilities for them? >> i.c.e. picked them up --
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>> there is processing involved. a lot is prepared for on the front end. i.c.e. prepares these things superbly. they are ready to do that. you can't give up interior enforcement. otherwise you create one more pull factor people think they can illegally come across the border and they are done. that's not enforcement of the law. >> democrats are criticizing the president for inflicting pain for his own political gain. that story is next. stay with us. don't mix. just eat the food. i'm allergic to all things green. (sigh) ♪ who can say why your heart sighs ♪ kraft. for the win win.
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people come into our country illegally, we're taking them out legally. it's very simple. it's not something i like doing, but people have come into our country illegally. >> this is just more of donald trump trying to inflict as much pain as he can on human beings for his own political gain. it is wrong. >> the trump administration set to begin deportation raids across the country today. we can already see a general election fight on immigration. we can see the fight.
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congresswoman you're from los angeles. i don't know if that's one of the targeted cities or not, i imagine it is. what's the effect of all this? >> people are scared. they are coming to our office. they are coming out in the district. we're seeing that. we're telling people to know your rights. my district office is open today from 7:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. our staff will be on hand to provide any assistance possible, to make inquiries to i.c.e. so we are trying to tell people to try to remain calm, to try to go about their business. we are hearing people also now starting to carry their passports out of fear and that's just wrong in this country. >> scott, you heard cuccinelli say the priority remains dangerous criminals, hardened criminals. again, i don't think anybody has a problem with that. one of the concerns, these are families that are going to be separated. somebody might come home -- a kid might come home from day camp. his mom has been taken. neither vice president pence or
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ken cuccinelli have been able to say that's not going to happen. >> they should not do that. that shouldn't stop them -- we should be able to enforce the law in a reasonable way. that's what we're doing here, enforcing the law. if people are in the country illegally, courts ordered them to be deported, you would expect the administration to enforce the laws on the books. if congress wants to change the laws, that's fine. right now i think the grand debate is are we going to enforce the laws or not. it's taking place against a campaign where democrats want to decriminalize border crossings, bol issue i.c.e. and dhs. i think this is going to be a pretty simple choice for the american people next year. >> it is true some democrats, castro and elizabeth warren have talked about decriminalizing crossing the border, making it a misdemeanor offense or civil offense. it seems the president runs to the right on the issue, the more democratic candidates are running to the left.
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>> he's not running to the right. this president through these actions are literally terrorizing people. i said an extra prayer this morning for the mother and child and family who are right now crunched in a bathroom or terrified of going to the door, or they couldn't go to church this morning because they are terrified what will happen if they exit the door. you have kids terrified they will come home and their parents won't be there. this is human lives. there's nothing about this that is a strategy, other than an electoral one. this president has decided the way to victory is demonize black and brown people, in this case brown people. people who speak a different language or maybe from a different country of origin. we're talking about millions of people here. there is, in my opinion, only one effect here. that is to terrify his base against folks who look like the folks they showed in cages the other day. there is a reason why the vice president went where he went. there's a reason why they showed the inhumanity of the vice
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president in the suits looking on on these men in cages with no humanity. my biggest fear is the effect it's going to have, traumatizing effect this is going to have for people of color all across the country all for a political stunt. >> to take a look at this, speaking of vice president pence, pamela brown sat down with him to talk about these raids. take a listen to this little exchange. >> we expect immigration and customs enforcement to act on deportation orders and remove people from this country. >> are you concerned families will be separated? will families be separated? >> people will be separated from this country who our courts have ordered to be deported. >> i think that's one of the concerns here that we're going to see a replay of what happened a year ago when people crossing the border illegally or trying to declare asylum legally had their children taken from them.
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>> this is what happens to american families when someone breaks the law. parents are spated from their children. listen, this is all terrible. i'm glad the administration finally let the cameras in so we all can say what's happening on the border. people can't look away. they want to pretend it wasn't happening, downplay it, no, look at the hundreds of thousands of people coming over. more than 100,000 every month. it absolutely is a crisis. we all agree on that now. i wish the democrats would listen to former obama homeland security secretary jeh johnson who said the democrats are making a big mistake wanting to decriminalize illegal entry and opposing deportation because that amounts to open borders. worse than that, it creates an incentive for more to come. those people who want to break the law know they are fully supported by the democratic party. >> i want to say i agree with one thing amanda said. letting the cameras in. let cameras come into places,
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let's put body cams on the officers so people can see how these immigrants are being treated and how they talk to these immigrants. it's dehumanizing, it's disbrsful. they did it to me and i'm a member of congress. >> what do you mean they did it to you? >> when i was in the border in december with maria, the woman who was in the tear gas photo, was sitting there waiting for them to take her in, you had agents in front of me talking about members of congress and how terrible we are and the immigrants, in front of me. complete disrespect, not even waiting until i left. then when i crossed into the u.s., i left the station. i came back in to use the bathroom and one of the agents said one down, one to go, because there was one member left. complete disrespect. there is a pattern and a culture in i.c.e. and cbp that's of grave concern. >> everyone stick around. we have a lot more to talk about. one prominent african-american woman of congress accusing
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out the pattern, right? we're not talking about just progressives. it's single out four individuals. >> interpreting and carrying it to another place is up to them but i'm not going to be discussing it. >> disagreement with congresswoman alexandria ocasio-cortez and nancy pelosi turning personal. let's start with you, aoct said pointing out the squad, ilhan omar, rashida tlaib, because they are people of color. what do you make of that. >> nancy pelosi made me the second latina in the history in
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commerce. in 2016, she helped me to get on the most powerful and exclusive committee. >> do you think aoc has gone too far or something else going here. >> i have to tell you, i'm just annoyed by the whole thing. the more time democrats spend going after each other is another day and another missed opportunity to go after this unfit president. we have an administration that is today terrorizing people all across this country. we've got issues piling up, quite frankly, of legitimacy, looking into exactly what happened through the mueller report and digging deeper into that. yet we've got folks pointing t weapons at each other. trying to take one another out. my big fear here, aside from the electoral one, say what you will about the four members of congress that you named, their constituency is not just the people back in their districts. they represent a rising voice within the democratic party and
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also outside the democratic party, the country that is frustrated by the status quo. i think silencing them or appearing to silence them will have real consequences. they ought to get in a room, figure it out, stop going back and forth on television or magazine interviews or tweets and settle this thing the way they should as leaders, not out here in public. >> a little shot for you, scott. >> i hope this place is lightning proof because i'm going to say it. thank god for nancy pelosi. it took -- it took -- i know this is going to be used against me someday in the near future. it took them saying nancy pelosi was a racist for everyone to realize how dumb and vapid that argument really is. now, they have been doing it to republicans for the last two or three, five, ten, fifteen, tw t twenty years, when they finally turned on pelosi, maureen dowd, oh, not a good argument. just because someone disagrees
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with you disrnt mean they are a racist. thank god for nancy pelosi. now frankenstein is out of the barn and terrorizing the country side. thank god for her not everyone in politics is a racist or hates women or whatever it is. >> fair enough. but sometimes people do use racism, or at least xenophobia, bigotry to appeal to people. let us now turn to the tweets sent by president trump this morning in which he told progressive democratic women who originally came from countries whose gomts are complete and total cat astros, worst most inept in the world, et cetera, and are viciously telling people of the united states, the greatest and most powerful nation how it should be wrong. why don't they go back and fix the totally crime infested countries from which they came. first cuccinelli wouldn't talk about who he was talking about. first of all, two are from min
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and michigan and the other is here legally. >> on strong grounds, nancy pelosi is not a racist. crazy people, fling around accusations for political benefit and it's meaningless. he gets on twitter this morning, maybe because he wasn't in on the fight, he wasn't getting enough attention and said go back to your home country. maybe some people think the bronx is a foreign country. but this is just too much. these are things you hear on fox news all the time. if you don't like it, go back to where you came from and he's just parroting that. >> what do you make of it? >> it's incredibly racist. we're a nation of immigrants. it should be up to congress to represent values in your district. as andrew mentioned, you represent much more than that. i'm proud to be the daughter of immigrants from mexico. i'm proud to bring a perspective and experience to congress in my policy decision making, and that's what the diversity of the democratic party does.
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i'm proud that we have more women in congress and more women of color in congress than ever before. >> not true for -- not new for this president. the fact is, as he told us a long time ago, what he thought about countries that are dominated by people of color, he called them s-hole countries. he has consistently demonized women. he sees a group of women of color and assumes they are foreign and not from here. i've got to tell you, i don't think the president didn't know better. i think he knows better. i think, one, he probably wants in on the fight. but two, to his trope, saying they aren't like you. >> donald trump and melania trump, they belong here and nobody should tell either -- >> if you're a somali refugee you also belong her. she came here and is a member of congress, we ought to be celebrating that story. >> aling time coming but finally found a foreign official that crossed the line.
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