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the windows and everything. total darkness. so this is how you walked, holding on to walls. you can't describe it. >> thousands of others are still waiting to leave. the u.n. says at least 70,000 people are homeless on the grand bahama and abaco islands, where dorian caused the most destruction and we're starting to hear horror stories for those awaiting help. >> i'm a pastor, i don't steal. but we have to go out there and find food for the kids to eat, drinking water. so we have to go find water and pampers and food to eat for our family. it's bad. it bad. >> the bahamian prime minister described the death toll as
catastrophic and has warned the death toll of 43 will increase significantly. right now nearly 1,500 people have arrived safely in florida after being evacuated by ship from the bahamas. rosa flores is live for us at the port of palm beach. rosa, describe the emotions that people are sharing. >> reporter: you know, fred, it's really undescribable, the stories that we're hearing from the people who are disembarking from the ship and really seeing civilization for the first time since that hurricane hit the bahamas. we met one woman who described how she and her husband started to see the roof of their home start to lift as the wind started rising and she said that they used tools from around the house, nails, ropes, hammers, to cinch the roof down.
that's how they were able to keep the roof of their home from flying off. take a listen. >> it was very intense. you couldn't sleep. i prayed a lot and asked god to calm the storm. you can imagine being in the house, you can see the outside of your roof is just lifting and lifting. it was really, really dramatic and i don't want to go through that ever again. >>. >> now, ceva seymour is heading to port st. luc lucie. most people are going to stay with family and friends and hotels. no one has asked to seek shelter. >> people are really trying to get through such a traumatizing situation. as the situation continues to deteriorate in the bahamas, the need for food and supplies is
becoming dire. scott plattkin is organizing surprise and aid efforts in the bahamas. thanks for being with he. >> thank for having me on. >> tell me how the relief efforts are going. >> so many people have vacationed there with disney world in florida. we in florida dodged a bullet but that bullet went straight to the bahamas. the outpouring of goodwill and help and volunteers and goods and food is overwhelming. and we have a hangar full of stuff, we have about eight planes going out today. it's really gratifying to see. >> what are the items that are on those eight planes that are going out?
>> we have tarps, we have air beds, various nonperishable food, some generators. we've gotten a list from the bahamian government of the most urgent needs. >> i heard an interview yesterday from a bahamian that they need everything, food, diapers, soap. what's your understanding about what people need and what you can get to them besides those items that are on those eight planes? >> we're having to balance out the planes with heavy things like water and lighter things like diapers. but we're taking the lead from some of our people on the ground. our group has developed a pretty extensive network on the ground in the bahamas. a lot of people in our group have vacationed there, some have homes there. so we have a lot of contacts
down there. a big issue with the relief efforts is to make sure it gets to the people we want to help. we have some former u.k. special forces accompanying our shipments as we move them from the airplanes to the people that need them. so we have a very secure supply chain. >> that's one of the biggest challenges, right? it's one thing to have a runway to land these bigger jets, cargo planes, et cetera, but then you actually have to distribute the cargo to these smaller islands. has that been a challenge for you, coordinating? >> started out a few days ago in marsh harbor looters were grabbing it. and a couple of days ago we got planes into nassau and we had them boated over but then there was rumors about planes being shot at. so yesterday we worked out a place and then boats -- >> what do you mean by that -- >> i'm sorry, i have to interrupt you.
what do you mean planes shot at? >> we heard rumors of people being shot at in planes. we worked out a place and we have a hot line. if any ways that you can help, i do want to mention, i literally found out on the way over here that a legion airline is donating airbus 319 where we'll be able to bring out tens of thousands of pounds. meanwhile we've got small planes throughout the day are bringing the goods over there. any planes that can be donated, fuel, we have a gofundme account for fuel as well. you get access to that phone number. >> clearly what you're doing is honorable, admirable and greatly appreciated. you mentioned there were rumors
of gunshots or shots being fired at planes. our patrick oppmann is listening and says those rumors have not been substantiated. we're going to check on that reporting. i think the people in the bahamas are really grateful for any kind of aid that makes its way in and hopefully those rumors will end about any planes being shot at until anything like that can be substantiated. thank you so much for joining us. scott plakon, thank you very much. >> thank you for having me on. >> you heard, patrick, tell me about what rumors have been circulating to that scale about any shots being fired at plans and how that's been able to be dispelled so the aid can continue to come in for the people desperately in need. >> i'll dispel it right now.
i've spent a lot of time in the bahamas. guns are incredibly rare here. if you come in on a sail boat and your guns are illegally registered, you can get in a lot of trouble here. out in the island we're talking about, there are not guns, people are not shooting at planes. that's nonsense. people wand the aid there and are dying without the aid. in every disaster situation, there are rumors. we've heard rumors of looting. i haven't seen anyone. you hear reliable information is rarer than a cooler of i.c.e. right now but no one's shooting at planes, fred. that's just nonsense. unfortunate to hear that being repeated because people need aid here. they need volunteer aid here and people are incredibly appreciative of the help that the united states is providing. i've seen people cheer when they
see a coast guard plane go overhead. most of the aircraft we see are u.s. aircraft because we're only 50 miles from the united states. bahamian people have a long friendship with america and they are thankful, not only the prime minister and that is the one side sign of hope we have right now, people are happy to see the planes. everything else is just not true. >> i'm sure the bahamian people that you're now bringing town that r -- down that rumor and nobody wants anything to stand in the way of desperately needed help that people need. thankfully out of the generosity of so many they aid continues. patrick oppmann, thank you so much for clarifying that as well. >> at marsh harbor, reports of that devastated island of abaco,
part of it now resembles a ghost town. hundreds lined up to take a ferry back to nassau. paula newton is there talking to many of the people waiting to leave. rs . >> reporter: another day here on marsh harbor. people have arrived with anything remaining. we have seen a ferry, boats and helicopter ps we have seen the bahamian military here keep some calm and assure people they will get out in time. we have heard from many saying they just don't want to stay here anymore. they do not believe it is safe and that there is nothing for them in terms of food, water, medicine and also just the base ibs -- basics in terms of infrastructure. many have nowhere to go and are wondering how they can possibly
rebuild their lives after this horrific storm. marsh harbor in the abaco islands. >> a really long road ahead. thank you so much. >> please go to cnn.com/impact for more on how you can help. and president trump, steps for a formal impeachment probe next week? plus a new twist in a missing connecticut mom. her estranged husband arrested. why he now claims he had no part in her disappearance. are we supposed to dance? ♪ boy bands without dancing are just ok.
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the mueller investigation which has already been completed. but there's a bunch of other stuff hanging out there. there's the question of whether the president has been enriched while in office, in violation of the emoluments clause. and the question of whether there has been abuse in the dangling of pardons to certain individuals. the committee has taken the first steps, to lay do you twn guidelines, the procedures, the rule for conducting an impeachment investigation, the handling of hearings, handling of documents and testimony at grand juries that can be provided to congress under certain sercircumstances. there are some, particularly
democrats, who support the idea of an inquiry. about 134 support the idea, including congressman anthony brown of maryland asked this morning about it in a town hall. listen. >> i'm not on the judiciary committee or the government oversight committee where a lot of that action is playing out, but i certainly have been supportive of every effort in the judiciary committee in a very full force, full throated, full throttle way investigate these allegations so they can make a determination, report back to the house and we can act according to their report. >> >> reporter: so what is the white house's reaction? nothing new today but again and again, not just the president but some of his lawyers have suggested there's no legislative purpose to what the house of representatives jacket udiciary committee is doing. the president has called it a witch hunt many, many times. putting in a resolution sort of
gives meat to the idea that there is a legislative purpose and impeachment inquiry. back to you. >> thank you. joining me to discuss, lori and jeff, good to see you both. this new move to ramp up impeachment probes, do they believe they have a stronger case to show the president violated the emoluments clause, particularly with the vice president's recent trip, staying at the trump island golf resort and the president promoting the g7 summit at his florida golf course? >> this is a big move by the house democrats, house judiciary to expand investigations and take a more official step and define exactly what they're looking into. as you mentioned, fred, a big piece of that, this next phase, is including investigations into
trump's suggestion that the g7 stay at the doral resort, as well as pence's recent stay when he was on the state visit in ireland. and the hope is that by making this more official, by taking a vote on this as early as potentially next wednesday, that then they have more enforcement ability when they're trying to compel people to come forward and testify. >> does it suggest this inquiry of these potential emoluments violations is a stronger case to make for impeachment than the house judiciary committee's initial approach in response to the mueller report which was about initially mostly about obstruction? >> it's hard to say but it's
more data. the democrats feel anyway that there are more reasons now to look and that's why they're doing it. i think one of the questions is what you're asking, is this a strong one. the other question is will this bring more democrats on board to a potentially broad and controversial proceeding. speaker of the house nancy pelosi has certainly not given full-throated report to opening impeachment proceedings. but this is another data point and it's something that they're looking at because more information like this keeps coming out. i mean, the president's announcement at the g7 in france just a couple weeks ago that i was at as as well where he talked about next year when the united states is hosting it, having it at his property. so new bilts and pieces are coming out and that's what the democrats are focusing on. >> so, here we are, months before the first scheduled caucuses and primaries, 14 months before the election
itself and talk of this inquiring into an inquiry, can such a proceeding be finished in time for either the primary season or general election? >> that's the beg question that a lot of democrats who are facing difficult reelection campaigns in the house in particular, where this flipped red disabilities, that's the question that they have and they're concerned about that. they're worried that this will take most of the air, the oxygen, out of everything else they're trying to work on and that it will dominate the news cycle and their priorities will go unnoticed, which could then lead to them losing their reelection. i don't see it really taking up much air in the presidential campaign, at least not yet. that could change as the house moves more aggressively in this direction. >> and so, jeff, you are mentioned speaker of the house nancy pelosi. she hasn't necessarily weighed in on this latest move come wednesday, but potentially could
there be, you were know, backlash that the democrats suffer by bringing up once again impeachment and if it only is talk about impeachment and not really following through, how potentially damaging is that? for democrats? >> well, absolutely -- sure. absolutely there could be backlash and that's one of the reasons it's been so controversial within the party. there are some who have been gung-ho to do and some who would like to have this decided by the electorate in the 2020 election. and nancy pelosi so far has seemed to be on the second course, though she said she's open to seeing where the investigations lead. we also know there could be backlash based on how much the president has reacted to this. he has used the fact that the democrats are pursuing impeachment as a way to gin up his base. both sides, everybody knows this in politics, will need to get their respective voters and
bases out in 2020 and this could be as mobilizing to republicans as it is to democrats. >> jeff mason and laura barone lopez, thank you very much. >> and coming up, i'll talk to republican challenger joe walsh. he has strong words for his own party and the president. >> coming up, a woman missing for weeks. her husband is coming forward. why he believes she is still alive next. at i feel like when i wear regular shoes, cramped and uncomfortable. we can arrange a little upgrade. which is why i wear skechers... wide fit shoes. they have extra room throughout. they're like a luxury ride for my feet. try skechers wide fit shoes. stimulant laxatives forcefully stimulate thi switched to miralax ridefor my constipation. the nerves in your colon. miralax works with the water in your
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nothing to do with his wife's disappearance and says she's is alive despite apparent blood evidence police found in a vehicle he was driving. >> did you have anything to do with jennifer's disappearance? >> i did not but i'd like to leave it at that. >> but you can say that much? >> absolutely. >> do you believe jennifer is alive? >> i do. >> against all circumstantial evidence or common understanding? >> i'd like not to discuss this -- >> but in your mind -- >> per my attorney's advice. >> i understand. but in your mind she's alive? >> yes. >> reporter: the appearance of normalcy for dulos where he's been spotted exercising and shopping in this community, he's posted bail twice on charges related to the disappearance of his estranged wife, jennifer, who vanished on may 24th.
those charges, tampering with evidence and hindering prosecution. thursday state police added more charges of tampering with or fabricating physical evidence to dulos' girl friend. >> there's no question he's the lyninchpin in getting him away. >> reporter: he's seen driving his personal vehicle on a 60-mile drive to enounew canaan connecticut. police believe he was lying in wait until she returned from dropping their children at school. the crime and clean-up are believed to have occurred between 8:0005 a.m. and 10:25
a.m. when jennifer's suv is seen leaving her home. >> i've seen people convicted with less and arrested with less. >> dulos and his girl friend were also allegedly spotted on surveillance video the night of jennifer's disappearance, putting bags in trash cans on a busy city streets several towns away. the bags were later found to contain clothing containing jennifer's blood. in the days after generjennifer disappearance, dulos' employer tells police he was acting strangely, insisting employees
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>> in santa barbara, california, there was a vigil last night for the victims of last week's dive boat fire. 34 people died when flames ripped through the conception boat off the coast of santa cruz island. >> these 34 lights and scuba cylinders before you here represent our brother and sister divers who did not make it home that night. they were also our friends and our family members. >> reporter: police say t . >> police say the people who died likely died from smoke inhalation. they were in the lower deck and likely got trapped after the flames spread above. five survived by jumping off the boat. >> still ahead, why some states
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welcome back. republican officials in several states are about to make a major change affecting the 2020 race. as a way to show support for president donald j. trump. party leaders in arizona, south carolina, nevada are posed to cancel their primaries. politico is reporting kansas republicans are also considering nixing their primaries. congressman joe walsh said the gop is afraid of primary
challeng challenges. what to you mean by that? what exactly are they afraid of in your view? >> hey, fredricka, good to be with you. actually, moments ago the south carolina republican party did in fact vote to just cancel their primary election. this is unprecedented. it's never been done where there's at least been primary opposition. i can think of nothing, fredricka, more undemocratic than what this is. what are they afraid of? clearly if you're president trump and things are great and you feel fine and you're strong, you wouldn't do this. they must be afraid of the fact that maybe he's not doing well. again, though, this is not -- we're not north korea, we're not russia. you don't just cancel elections in america. >> it hasn't been done, you know, when there are challenges, but it has been done for
unchallenged incumbents, bill clinton, george w. bush, barack obama, ronald reagan. do you feel it's as obvious as that, that this white house or republicans are afraid with other republican challengers such as yourself, such as former massachusetts governor bill weld, that this will be i guess less of a sure fire clenching for the president to mean t-- maintain to be the presidential candidate? >> you nailed it. up have a former republican governor bill weld, former republicans congressman joe walsh who challenged this president.
the parties in arizona and nevada, think about it, they are denying their constituents the right to vote to protect this president who haveis afraid. if there's anybody on the ballot against him, republicans more and more may vote against him. >> you mentioned the rnc clearly is behind this. you talk about republicans in these four states yet you are still a challenger with the republican ticket. does it make you less enchanted with the party, more than disappointed? what does this tell you about the party itself and this momentum to support the president? >> that the party, fredricka, is bought and paid for by this president. this president is like a mob boss. it's beyond disappointing. the republican national
committee, the republican party that pretty much controls a lot of these state parties, they're doing all of trump's bidding. they worship him. they're like a cult as well as so many of his voters. but imagine -- i get tired of saying this, but imagine f barack obama and the democratic party had done this against primary party opposition. republicans would be screaming in outrage. now their own party is doing it again to protect a president, fredricka, i have to emphasize this who they believe is weak and vulnerable and imploding every day, otherwise you don't do this, you don't care about this. >> so how does this change the direction of your campaigning? how will you try to win the support or get the attention of republican voters if in at least four primary states they won't get a chance to express whether
they even want to consider you as a nominee? >> it's a good question. and i can just tell you that we are going to and other groups are going to fight legally and all other options are going to fight south carolina and any other state that considers doing this. we've heard from thousands of republican voters in these four states and heard from many more south carolina voters earlier this morning who are outraged by this. we intend to get on the ballot in every state. we're going to fight this. this should not happen in america. butch it but it's part and parcel with what trump is doing. democrats co trump complained how the hill hi was rigging the system to get
elected. look what he's doing. you talk about rigging the system. it must be a very weak ibt ncumt to do something like this. >> and reported that you and george conway, the president of kellyanne conway have had discussions. >> i think the world of john conway and history will look back on him as one of the true patriots because he came out earlier than almost anybody else in very blunt lily calling out t a threat this president is as a threat to this country. he's a wonderful adviser. as far as any formal role with our campaign, i would only be so lucky as to have somebody like george conway involved. >> so not for you to be like
marriage counselor here, but it is a little confusing, this dynamic, this george conway would be talking to about being a challenger to the president of the united states when his wife is a close adviser to the president. can you help express what kind of conversations you've had to george conway about what seems to be a real conflict here of their personal points of view of the sitting president. >> again, fredricka, you're right, i'm not a marriage counselor. all i can say is this -- i know george conway and i speak to george conway often and he is genuinely and i mean frightened for where this country is going under trump. that's all we focus on and i'm indebted to have his help and his advice. he truly is a great american. >> former congressman joe walsh
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new hampshire ground zero today as 19 of 20 candidates look to gain support with speeches today. a new poll shows former vice president joe biden leading president trump by 9 points in a head-to-head matchup in wisconsin. cnn political reporter arlette saenz is new hampshire with the latest. >> we're here at the democratic party's state convention. there are 19 of the 2020 democrats running for president here bringing their pitch
directly to granite state voters in the first in the nation primary states. you see many coming out with strong organizing forces but also tailor their message and take their pitch to voters. for many of the candidates here at this convention, they're not going to be making it on the debate stage. this gives them a chance to sell their message to voters who are many just starting to tune in after the labor day holiday, as they move into a more serious phase of the campaign. so far this morning we've heard from joe biden, cory booker, pete buttigieg. and bernie sanders and elizabeth warren will speak. and you've seen them really leading the democratic primary
field. all of the voters at the convention are hearing the pitch as they get closer to making their decisions about who they'll nominate come 2020. fred? >> all right. quite the raucous, exciting crowd back there. thank you so. coming up at 2-che:30 today, congressman tim ryan joining us live here on cnn. working with top airlines to turn their unsold seats into ama deals, family reunion attendance is up. we're all related! yeah, i see it. and because priceline offers great deals by comparing thousands of prices in real time, sports fans are seeing more away games. various: yeah-h-h! is that safe? oh, y... ahh! not at all. no, ma'am. nope. and more people than ever are enjoying romantic getaways. (romantic music) that's gross priceline. every trip is a big deal.
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