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heart failure. tell yob, are pro infections, or have flu-like shirt. she's dangling from the rubble symptoms or sores. don't start humira if you have an infection. moments after the building they were in was hit by an air strike. their father watching in horror, woman 4: go to to see proof in action. he is yelling out to his ♪ daughters, don't move. that is what the photographer of this photo said. the moment after this picture was taken, the house collapsed. ♪ the photographer helped get these girls to a hospital. let's go! the baby survived but at last report she was still in intensive care. reham and tuuka's mother also ♪ died in this air strike. that is it for me, newsroom with erica hill starts right now. hello and thanks for joining me this hour, i'm erica hill in for brooke baldwin. >> the man who would be in charge of those proceedings, should they happen isn't wasting any time. jerry nadler just announcing he
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is going to court for the secret grand jury material in the mueller report. he'll try to force a subpoena for don mcgahn, a key witness. this message from nancy pelosi, she's not ready to call for impeachme impeachment. is she just trying to run out the clock. >> no, i'm not trying to run out the clock. let's get sophisticated about this, okay? >> how long do you think it will take? >> we will proceed when we have what we need to proceed not one day sooner. i have no complaint with what they are doing, i'm willing to take whatever heat there is to say one week -- when the decision will be made in a timely fashion, this isn't endless. >> manu raju joins me now.
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congress set to leave for six weeks of summer vacation today. what more do we know about chairman nadler's strategy here. >> well, very significant development. just happened moments ago, when a mexican national caught the house judiciary committee announced they would move living illegally in kansas city forward to seek grand jury missouri. it's a tactic and method that was used in his awrest. and in taking him into custody, evaluation. sparking community outrage. they need the information he was forcibly removed from his whether or not to decide to bring articles of impeachment car after an ice agent bashed in against the president of the the driver's side window. united states. they cite that directly in this his girlfriend recorded the incident. lawsuit that's about to be filed in federal court. it is a step, to consider >> cover your face, cover your whether to impeach the presid t eyes, okay? president. nancy pelosi is not ready to go >> i understand what you're down that route. at the moment, it appears what trying to do -- >> you got to -- you can do it the committee is doing is the hard way or easy way, it's up to you. essentially the same as an impeachment inquiry. >> are you going to get out or not? >> you're not able to do that. i asked jerry nadler about this. is it the same thing, what
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you're doing right now to investigate the president. >> floyd don't. floyd, don't. is it the same as an impeachment inquiry? he said it is with one difference. >> just say there's no difference between what you're doing now and an impeachment inquiry, correct? >> in a sense. what i'm saying, is that we >> they got him on the ground. >> this is not the first time he are -- if you said that the has been deported. impeachment inquiry is when you're considering only immigration rights activists are criticizing the level of force impeachment, that's not what that was used there. his girlfriend is speaking out about those moments. we're doing. we're investigating this, and we're going to see what remedies >> he asked if he could say we could recommend, not limited good-bye to his son. and that's when the ice agent to that. had stated after what you put us through, no, you're lucky you're being able to talk to her. >> the outcome could be the same, recommending articles of impeachment. and at that point i just an interesting point here, thought, what did you put us speaker pelosi's office signed
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through? what did you put my kids off on that language that is in the lawsuit. through? at that point you didn't care they will decide whether or not what my kids thought, you heard to move forward on impeachment my son cry, don't take my dad. proceedings. while she's not ready to open up impeachment proceedings. she's at least green lighting >> a reporter with the kansas that language that could potentially result in an impeachment proceeding. >> i want to be a fly on the city star. wall for that discussion. obviously very strong reaction to the arrest, as we know. thank you. what more can you tell us about speaker pelosi also taking how this unfolded? care of another important task before congress leaves for that >> as you noted, his girlfriend summer hiatus. meeting face to face with recorded the incident and that night the video on facebook went alexandria ocasio-cortez. viral, there was a lot of the two lawmakers have been feuding for weeks on a range of outrage from community activists issues. were they able to come together? monday night and going into tuesday when a rally was here's the speaker again today. organized in support of her, and >> i don't think there was any the family, they had criticized the level of force that was used hatchet. >> down right disrespectful? in terms of smashing out the >> that's -- we're in the political arena. window, and doing it in front of let me say this, because i have the children. >> in terms of that too, there's some level of confidence, and been a question talking about
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actually joy in seeing diversity the local police and taking them in our caucus. to task over their involvement. i would never say it was a hatchet, but i do think we sat what is the law, in terms of down today, we had a good local police assisting ice in situations like this. meeting, and the congresswoman >> in missouri, municipalities is a very gracious member of congress. we had a very positive conversation about our districts are not allowed to adopt -- the and how we represent them, our country. i always felt -- again, it's like you're in a family. kansas police department chief has reiterated they don't locally enforce immigration you have your differences, but you're still family. >> there was no hatchet that laws. and emphasized they did not work needed to be buried. with removing the imagine from >> what are you hearing about what the two discussed? the car. >> first of all, you know, both he wasn't in the car when he was of you have ocasio-cortez and taken into custody. >> what is ice using in terms of the speaker saying that things went well. i mean, so that's first off. tactics? >> they made those moves because before this meeting got the man wouldn't get out of the underway, ocasio-cortez made it clear she had a couple polls. car. >> thank you.
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she wanted to make sure there was this open line of >> a disturbing photo. communication between her office three fraternity members posing with guns in front of a sign and some other issues. a little earlier this afternoon, riddled with bullet holes. the woodstock 50 festival. 50 years, supposed to be a big ocasio-cortez had been dodging celebration. well, big trouble at this point. our cameras. our cameras did catch up with jay z and john towingerty her and this was her take on the pulling out of the show, we'll tell you why. meeting. >> as always, i think the is skincare from around the world better than olay? speaker respects we're coming together as a party. i'm looking forward to supporting her. >> it's unclear if these two to find out, olay faced the world. discussed the rocky history they we tested our vitamin b3 formula had in the past. and beat japan's top moisturizers. pelosi, you heard her talking about family. south korea's most innovative. family's bicker, no difference in this case. and even the $400 french cream. olay regenerist faced 131 premium products >> jason carroll joining us from
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capitol hill. thank you. >> a historian and professor at in 12 countries, over 10 years. olay's hydration princeton university. great to have you with us. was unbeaten every time. there's a lot to parse through olay. face anything. here. somewhat mixed messages. i guess to a point we could say, what we're hearing from chairman nadler. the fact that as manu pointed out, they agree to this language as we know, in terms of moving forward. what do you make of all this? >> we've been in this state since march, really, where there are on going investigations, democrats talk about the possibility of impeachment but it's not formal impeachment proceedings. >> the two big differences is the use of the language trying to get this grand jury so chantix can help you quit slow turkey.key. investigation. really being more aggressive about getting what is along with support, unavailable to this committee. chantix is proven to help you quit. this is still not an impeachment proceeding. with chantix you can keep smoking at first so i think what happens over and ease into quitting. break will be important. >> it's interesting, because as chantix reduces the urge so when the day arrives, we're seeing the number of you'll be more ready to kiss cigarettes goodbye.
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democrats who are saying, yes, let's go for impeachment. when you try to quit smoking, it's interesting that we heard with or without chantix, you may have nicotine withdrawal symptoms. stop chantix and get help right away from jackie speer for example. if you have changes in behavior or thinking, we basically have until aggression, hostility, september, and after that, we have to move forward. depressed mood, suicidal thoughts or actions, almost throwing up her hands it seizures, new or worse heart or blood vessel problems, would seem. >> i think all legislators are sleepwalking, looking at the clock, they're or life-threatening allergic and skin reactions. looking at the election season and worried about these coming decrease alcohol use. together. ultimately it's about what the use caution driving or operating machinery. tell your doctor if you've had mental health problems. speaker does. if the speaker comes out and the most common side effect is nausea. says, we're going to look into quit smoking slow turkey. the investigation, it will put pressure on the members to make a decision, until the speaker is talk to your doctor about chantix. there, i think you're going to be in this in between, and it's still hard for congressman nadler to work without her support. >> they're turning to the courts and saying, we need this information. we have to decide what to do. it can have a benefit, and drag things out. in some ways, if you look at what the president has done he's
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used the courts to keep pushing oversite out of the way for him. he's consolidating the power of congress and this checks and balances system that we have. >> that's the way it works, historically, president's try to grab more power, they flex their muscle in new ways. the real issue is what congress does. if congress doesn't respond, they create new precedence. that's a lot of what's at stake right now. for example, if the president can obstruct justice, and congress says we're not going to do anything about it that becomes a new base. we have seen an expansion of power under the president. that's why the congressional response is what we're looking for. >> ilhan omar writing a piece in the new york times, it's not enough to condemn trump's
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racism. he talks about her experience. and what brought her into being elects. the beauty of this country is not that we're perfect. we have the tools to make it better. the proudest moments in our history, from the emancipation proclamation, to the struggle against fascism have come when we expand basic democratic rights. democracy is under attack once again. this would seem to be a direct rebuke. if the president -- not just what he said about his racist tweets and what he's had to say about her and her faith. the fact that he's called her and fellow law mikers unamerican because they disagree with him. there are plenty of voters who like what she's doing, who elected her to office. just give us a sense. remind us in history, other moments where seemingly going against the president or the government has all of a sudden made you unpatriotic. fighting fire, saving lives,
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economists expected. christine romans, at just why the economy's growth took a hit. >> economic growth swelled just a little bit in the second quarter. a rate of 2.1% of economic growth. that's less than the prior quarter. so many companies were rushing at the end of the year to buy the goods they would need knowing they would be more expensive later on because of higher tariffs. something interesting when you look at the fourth quarter of last year, something was revised down. something was weaker in the fourth quarter, and last summer, on the second quarter of last year, when there was a big 4.2% growth rate the president was so proud of. that got revised down to 2 1/2 to 3%. the economy last year didn't hit the president's 3% target. certainly not the 4 or 5% he's said his super charged economy
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with tax cuts and regulation roll backs would achieve. this is looking like a stable muddling through economy, not the super charged gangbusters economy the president has promised. >> christine, thank you. let's turn to the race for 2020, the cnn debate is a few days away, the candidates are tauting their new policies. half the field is swinging through iowa where the first caucuses will be held in 191 days. we're counting, don't worry, you don't have to. the other half making appearances at the national urban league's annual conference in indianapolis. mayor pete buttigieg are among the speakers this morning. harris and buttigieg both releasing big policy plans. harris' plan includes closing the wealth gap among black americans by investing $60 million in stem education at historically black colleges and universities. she was challenged on her record
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as a prosecutor and criticism that could surface during the debates. here's her response. >> why do we only have to be on the outside. on bended knee or trying to break down the door. shouldn't we have a role on the inside, where the decisions are being made in a way we can influence the change that must occur. i had the power to create one of the first reentry initiatives in the united states. i didn't have to ask anyone permission to do it, because i was running the office. >> mayor pete buttigieg also pushing his economic plan which takes on big tech companies for outsourcing their employees. he wasted no time going after president trump in front of voters in indiana. >> my generation saw this country elect its first president and then turn around and elect a racist to the white house. and we ought to call that what
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it is. >> for a number of candidates, next week's debates may be their last best chance to boost support and most importantly to stay in the race. cnn political writer and analyst is here. you and chris cillizza are out with your most recent rankings. this is a big deal next week, especially if they want to move on. you're looking at the top ten best chances of the nomination. >> this is our bottom five, 6 through 10. we see andrew yang, the yang gang, he's been able to raise a lot of money from a lot of donors, but got in no words in the last debate. castro did well in the last debates. he was able to get a lot of donors polling a little bit. i'll be interesting to see how he does on the debate stage beto o'rourke is second in our rankings. amy klobuchar is up one, can she
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make a breakthrough with more moderate voters that biden's been clamor iing after? >> that's going to be the stage, before we move on to the next five. beto o'rourke dropping down one. he's also -- his team taking a look at his debate performance last time around, which i guess will influence what we see wednesday. >> beto o'rourke with any stretch of the imagination, he was lackluster, castro really went after him, and that just came on top of the fact that he's been falling, falling, falling. ever since he entered the race. >> moving on to the top five? >> yeah, moving on to the top five. we have number five, pete buttigieg. if money won nominations, pete buttigieg would be on his way. he's been falling in the polls, only about 5% of the national average right now, can he reach out and win some african-american support.
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let's see if he uses the debate to do that. bernie sanders was the second candidate the last time around. this time around, he's in a three-way tie for second plates with harrison warren in the polls. he hasn't been able to build on that support. number three, elizabeth warren, very interested to see she and bernien sadders on the same debate stage. are there going to be differences or are they going to play nice. >> kamala harris, obviously in the last debate, she had a real breakthrough moment. we've seen her recede a little bit. can she use this debate standing next to joe biden, re-establish that momentum? and finally, joe biden, he had a poor debate last time, can he get up on that debate stage and be more aggressive on criminal justice reform with harris and booker. there's going to be a target on his back, let's see how he reacts. >> lots to look forward to. >> only 191 days to iowa, i'm
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new details emerging in the case of jeffrey epstein. how epstein leveraged his relationship for more money and alleged access to young aspiring models. he owns l brands, the parent company of victoria's secret. he previously owned a mansion. in the meantime, a spokesperson for the company says, while mr. epstein served as mr. wexler's money man, we do not believe he was ever employed by or served as an authorized representative of the company. federal prosecutors in manhattan have issubpoenaed his long time pilots. it could be used by photograph investigators to make claims users have made.
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cnn reporter kara skinell joins me now. we learned that federal prosecutors in a new filing are investigating uncharged individuals. that was disclosed as part of a request that all the parties stay quiet about all the information that's handed over to prosecutors. is there anything we can glean from that. >> the chickens are coming home to roost, first, let's talk about the pilots, you have a person who has a private plane and is flying in a variety of ways, what is he doing, where is he flying, who is he traveling with. who are the women if any, who are the young girls if any, it gives you a time line with regard to piecing together what his activities are. they're also being tight lipped about this, and as much as the judge has an order, saying, defense attorneys are allowed to evaluate and view this information. we are not allowed to review it, you want to investigate.
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what the federal government does is they charge you with crimes. while they charge you and after they charge you, they continue to investigate to corroborate, that is to support the allegations of the indictment which as we know are very serious. >> they don't want that getting out, they don't anybody tipped off obviously, or in anyway to harm the case. in terms of this relationship we're learning more about, this connection between epstein and wexner, what was the real connection there? >> this is new reporting from the new york times, we know they had a close relationship that has even mystified some of wexner's friends. this relationship went much deeper than a lot of people realized. he had given jeffrey epstein power of attorney in 1991, that means epstein had the ability to sign off on his tax returns, he was able to borrow money in the name of wexner and to hire and fire people.
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it shows the level of trust that existed between these men. what we also learned is that epstein had came to obtain a number properties that wexner once owned. including a mansion in new york. he had obtained a plane that wexner had once owned. you're seeing these transactions occurring between these two men. what we also learned is that epstein was using this relationship with wexner as a way to gain access to women. according to a police report filed in 1997. a come said she had met with epstein in a hotel, under the guys of interviewing with him to be a model. epstein had groped her, this is one of the earliest allegations we had seen of epstein. it's different from the allegations he's been charged
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with. it shows how he was trying to use these relationships to try to gain access to women. >> do we know any more about the number of women who have come forward, alleged victims? >> prosecutors said in court last week, they have heard from a number of women, they didn't put a number on it. people said they were possible victims and witnesses to epstein. this is something that prosecutors have not detailed any further. but we do -- we heard from some lawyers that have represented accusers in the past, in these florida cases. they said, since epstein was arrested. one lawyer had four women come forward, one said five. they were looking to corroborate these allegations. it seems the charges, the new charges and new information that's unfolding has brought a number of individuals forward. that's something prosecutors are
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looking to see if they have any corroborating evidence in these cases. >> thank you. how did an american citizen end up in the custody of border patrol and ice. you'll hear from the dallas born teenager detained by his own country next. (male announcer) now's the time... to tune... fix fletching... and practice until your groups are tight and consistent. it's time to get your season off to the right start. so head to bass pro shops and cabela's archery gear up sale. come check out the newest gear from archery's top brands, with huge savings so you can stock up on the gear you need. plus get your bow outfitted, tuned and sited right in the store. bass pro shops and cabela's. your adventure starts here.
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the president is calling out sweden saying the country has let our african-american community down in the united
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states by not freeing asap rocky, who's being held on assault charges. in response, the spokesperson notes that all people in that country are equal before the law. it's a sharp contrast to the president's opinion on saudi arabia. it is glaring when you consider the case of another american's detention right here at home. francisco was born in dallas, picked up and detained by border patrol, and later ice, despite having his texas i.d. and birth certificate with him when he was picked up. so far, no comment from the white house, on this case. nick valencia spoke with him. >> reporter: francisco is home at last, the reminders of his detention are never far away. sitting in his texas home says what he went through should never have happened, even if
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immigration officials allege he's partly to blame. >> immigration officials say there was confusion about your status. do you think this was about the documents? or do you think this was about something else? >> they thought they were superior. they looked at us with such distaste. i think it was a certain kind of racism. >> for three weeks he slept on the concrete with 70 others that were doing the same thing. >> they didn't even treat you like human beings. >> they were given bologna sandwiches and every few days they gave him a wet wipe to wash off with. >> for 23 days it was a bad diet. i lost nearly 30 pounds. >> in he said no one ever believed he was american. at one point tired of trying to explain himself he considered self-deporting to mexico. >> they just mess with your mind? >> si.
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>> how, explain. >> the truth, are threatening me, they were going to press charges, charges for falsifying documents. how could i not know where i was from? >> this all started june 27th, when he and his brother and two friends left their home in edinburgh and headed north. they were stopped at a checkpoint 100 miles north of the border while on their way to ranger texas for a soccer camp. he grew up in mexico, he was carrying documents proving he was an american. but he also carried a tourist visa ta mistakenly listed his birth country as mexico. this provided conflicting reports of citizenship. after being apprehended. cbp and u.s. immigration and customs enforcement said in a joint statement wednesday. border agents would have believed he was american if not
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for his broken english. >> there are going to be people that watch this interview and say, you live in the united states, you're an american. you should be speaking english. what do you -- you smile, what do you say to these people? >> i don't speak english, but i'll learn it, and i'll speak it later. >> is this a reason to learn english now? >> i have to learn it to talk to everyone so the next time this happens, they'll believe me. >> just a few days removed from detention, he spends a lot of time thinking about those who aren't as lucky. >> our president talks about how there's a lot of bad actors, a lot of people here to do harm among those coming to this country, you're telling me you felt more scared being in the presence of the ice officials than you did with the migrants. when you were there. how many of the migrants would you say were here to do harm to
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the united states? >> none. none wanted to come to do harm. all came in search for a better future. >> after being locked up with them, he now considers some of them friends. he keeps a handful of phone numbers on tiny pieces of paper he received from the friends while in the facility. he's calling the family in central america to tell them the loved ones are still alive. >> it made me understand many things. one can live a life here in a certain way, while others suffer. >> you speak for them now? >> yes, i mean, i try to, because they can't talk. i'm like their eyes and ears from there inside. >> walking outside, he says the air to him smells fresher than before. things look and feel different too. so does he. even though he lives on the border, prior to his detention, he never paid attention to the migrant crisis, now he's lived it. nick valencia, cnn, mcallen
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