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trump's controversial phone call with the president of ukraine at a campaign stop in iowa, biden bushed back at unproven claims that he and his son acted inappropriately in their dealings with the government. during booiden's time as vice president. take a listen. here is what i know, i know that trump deserves to be investigated. you should be asking him the question why is he on the phone with a foreign leader trying to intimidate a foreign leader, that is appears to be what happened. you should be looking at trump because he knows i will beat him like a trump and he is using the abuse of power and every element of the presidency to try to do something to smear me. everybody looked at this and
said that something was there. >> this all centers on a conversation president trump had at the end of july. trump pressed ukraine's president to investigate hunter who once worked for a ukrainian energy company. there was no evidence of wrong doing by joe or hunter biden. in a tweet today, the president says nothing was said that was in any way wrong in his conversation with the you craneian leader. just can dean is standing by with the biden campaign, but we're going to start with sarah westwood who is covering developments at the white house. >> that's right, president trump defending his conduct once again saying the conversation was perfe perfectly fine.
he appeared to get help for investigation that could draj a rival. drawing that strong reaction that we heard from joe biden and from other democrats on the 2020 campaign trail and that phone call with the ukrainian president is now the subject of a whistle low-blower complaint. house democrats are trying to get their hands on that complaint, but they're running into roadblocks from the administration. sources tell cnn that the couns counsel's office has gotten involved in trying to keep that campaign credit. president trump is describing it as a witch hunt and accusing them that they don't know who it is. take a listen. >> i don't know the why the, i just know is a partisan person, but i don't have anied good.
it was an appropriate conversation, a beautiful conversation. >> now the watchdog met with lawmakers behind closed doors, but said he was not allowed to share debates of the complaint, but they could get more details this weekend. there will be questions, martin, not only about the nature of the complaint, the nature of the conversation, but also about how it was handled by the administration. >> that hear willing be very interesting. sarah westwood, thank you from the white house. let's bring in jessica dean, you're at that event in iowa, former vice president biden was ready to dlaaddress this koefr controversy today and he unloaded. >> this is the story that matters for the biden campaign
right now and vice president biden has been clear that this is what weighed on him as he was weighing whether or not to get on this race or not, the potential attacks ta truhat tru would aim at his family. they knew it would come, and that he would turn his attention to biden and his family, and you heard him on the trail talking about trump as a bully and now here we are at the moment when president trump and his allies have fully turned their attention to vice president biden, here is what he said to that. >> i know what i'm up against, a serial abuser. that's what this guy is, he abuses power wherever he can and he sees any threat to his staying in power he will do whatever he has to do. but this crosses the line. >> he was ready to respond to all of this.
we were with him yesterday on the campaign trail and he just said something very quickly. these were unfounded claims, there was no evidence to support any of them, today much more than he was talking about. he came out many much more forcefully today, ready to take this head on and to call out president trump's behavior. >> jessica dean, traveling with the former vice president and in iowa, thank you very much. >> joining me now to discuss the fallout, sean turner and matthew rosenberg. biden now calling for a full investigation into the president, what are your thoughts on that? >> this is obviously -- we need to find out more here. one of the troubling things about this story is that we still know very little. we still flow is a whesle blo e whistle-blower, we don't know what evidence they saw. we have been told this involved
ukraine. . look, was that done, was the idea that you can't get your military aide until you investigate biden? we don't know that yet, but we know even the mere fact that the president of the united states called up a foreign leader and said you should investigate a political rival, that is troubling. >> first, on the whistle-blower, do we know if this is someone that listens into the conversation? >> potentially. i understand that this whistle-blower is someone that is an intelligence community official that may have been detailed to the nsc. if you're details there, that means depending on your area of expertise you may be asked to listen in on phone calls between the president and other world leaders and you may be asked to write the readout of those
phonecalls. what gives me this impression of someone that was at the nsc and may have been able to listen is is now we know according to reporting that there was potentially eight different instances in which the president may have talked about this topic or made promises to the government, so he probably did not have a single bit of access, but someone with repeated exposure. and sean, i want you to listen to rudy giuliani when he was pressed on this issue. take a listen. >> did you ask them to investigate joe biden? >> no, actually i didn't. i asked them to investigate the allegations that there was interference in the election of 2016 by the ukrainians for the benefit of hillary clinton for which there already is -- >> you never asked about hunter biden or anything about joe
biden. >> the only thing i asked was to get to the bottom of how it was that sanko who was appointed dismissed the case against antac to -- >> so you did ask them about joe biden. >> of course i did. >> you just said you didn't. >> shane, let me ask you does this admission there 100% confirm that the president is soliciting another country to help him win the election? >> i think not only does that exchange confirm that, but i think the president himself confirmed that. something that happens with rudy julian jew giuliani is right before the president gets caught doing something, he dribbles it out a little bit and says there was nothing inappropriate about it. they said if they did talk about
this, it doesn't matter. look they're both wrong. this matters, and it matter because if it is true that the president is linking military aid to an investigation of joe biden, he is not only inviting a foreign government to interfere in our upcoming election, but he is implicitly telling the ukrainians what the outcome should be. the ukraine's prosecutor general has come out and said on the ror -- record that he has seen no evidence of wrong doing. he is saying i don't like what your answer is, and they can't call the president and say we looked into this b with we investigated, there is nothing there now please send that check. >> one of the great things about
this presidency is they're very public about what they're doing. he said of course i asked them. >> he did blurt it out, but he had to be pushed on it. and think they that shawn is right. there is only one answer here, that joe biden, hunter biden, or both were involved in a contribucorrupt dealing. this is a country that depends on the united states. so say we want an investigation here, that is more of a demand than a request and it raises troubling questions about what the line is, for the president of a foreign country to be asked about his own political rivals. >> i will ask you this, given what we know about this story and reiterating that there is nothing to say that joe or his son had done anything wrong, but what do you think it will do as
far as the public's perception of security? >> you know, it is a tough one. i think foreigners, i think everyone has gotten used to the idea that we will have meddling. i think the question now is are u.s. political parties going to condone it, encourage it, or not. right now it doesn't look great. >> sean, same question? >> i think we have to defend on the agencies out there like the national security agency and others to make sure they keep a close watch on this. there is no doubt, no question that there will be interference. particularfully it is backed by a state like russia, what is the message that the president is sending, and do they believe there will be accountability when they are caught. >> good to have you both on the show, thank you. >> thank you. >> thanks. still ahead, an urgent plea
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their case, but time is, well, of the essence. cory booker made it clear that he needs a million dollars in the next ten days to kontt on as the presidential nomination. cnn political commentator, and charlie dent, good afternoon to the two of you. >> good afternoon. >> let me ask you, his urgent appeal to voters, $1.7 million in ten days, that seems like a lot to ask for or is it not? what do you make of the strat y strategy? >> it is different to raise money for a political campaign, even maore so when you're runnig
against 20 some other people. in iowa it is a $25 million add min fee. we spent $30 million and came in third in the clinton campaign. you need a lot in organizers, officers, you need an officer i every county or more. first in the nation, and $2 million in ten days is not a lot to ask, but the question is can he do it? and will it be enough? >> and what is the "if i don't" part of it. >> if he doesn't, and we will see a lot of this, i think as we get closer and closer to the caucuses. we're not going to have 20 plus candidates any more. i think we get closer to nine or ten. >> he is not saying in ten days
he is done. >> he is not saying that, no, i don't think so, but this is a real plea, not a stunt. >> we just heard a short while ago from former vice president joe biden, and he came out really swinging for the fences. it was an abuse of power, what's your reaction to this? >> yeah, my reaction is that the president is behaving in an improper way and he is very transparent at the same time. that said if you're joe biden i don't think you want to talk too much about this issue of your family. i don't think he did anything wrong, i think he is the victim here, i think this is a very unfair shot. but the vice president's son, hunter, who had problems was on the board of an ukrainian company and the optics are just
not very good. the vice president is a victim but not a good subject to talk about. >> again, there is no indicate they have done anything wrong, but the calls for the investigation by the president, how will that impact his constituents. >> the president plays the victim very well, even though he is not, he plays the victim to the extent that the president continues to be investigated, they are hardcore supporters and they think that everything is a switch hunt. they're inconclusive on a solution, but i think for the democrats moving down the path i don't think it helps them very much. i think pelosi played this
right. he thinks it helped them rile up the base. i think pelosi has it right and they don't look particularly effective in all of these investigations because the president has been and his supporters have been essentially thwarting congress by not showing up. even for a guy like cory lewendowski. >> senator warren has been taking hits about how she will pay from her health care plan, take a listen to this. >> senator warn was known for being straightforward and she was extremely evasive. i think if you're proud of your plan and it's the right plan you should defend it in straightforward terms. >> this question has been asked
before, you expect them go after one another on specific points, but what point does the criticism start to hurt the overall party? >> elizabeth warren is running a very strong cam pin. more importantly really strong in terms of organization and outreach. we see that consistently in the polling. she is rising consistently. if you dig deeper in the polls, her supporters are very enthusiastic about her candidacy. you don't see the strong enthusiasm for other candidates, whole ever, joe biden or bernie sanders, and when you're rising steadily, your opponents are going to try to take you down a peg or two. i think what we need to see is how elizabeth warren is going to handle those attacks. she may be defensive or angry
and if they will take old. if i was elizabeth warren, i would not address them straight on. i would continue to do what she is doing because it is working. >> you would know, good to see you both. thank you. president trump summoned today a courtroom over a 2015 altercation involving his security and protestors. a live report, next. kchs we call it the mother standard of care.
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we see president trump in front of a friday night, we have reached out to various members of the legal team to see if they could appeal that. we'll have to see if any appeals could be filing between now and late next week. >> i don't think they could. thank you very much for that. >> thank you, martin. >> the white house says they believe the white house is behind the attack on a major sai saudi oil field. we'll have more on the accusations in a direct interview with cnn. more towers.
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the u.s. is sending more troops following the attack on the main oil field. he said the country's regime is on the decline. >> it's too bad wa is happ-- wh happening with iran. they're going to hell, they are broke. >> nick peyton walsh started to ask about the saudi attacks. >> the things that the united states is accused iran of so far would, frankly, call an act of war, they said you fired missiles from sovereign territory into the sovereign territory of another state. >> that's a law. >> this would result in military retaliation. do you believe that donald trump is gun shy? >> no, i believe that he has been the subject of an attempt
many times to drag them into a war, and i disagree with many policies, but it doesn't mean that someone is gun shy to avoid starting a war. >> you said the attention is an all-out war. so president trump said that he might negotiate, he has some conditions, but under what situation would you will willing -- >> there is a negotiating table that is dead. the united states is welcome to come back to that negotiating table. >> what would they have to do? >> they have to respect their signatu signature. >> they have to go back into the nuclear deal? >> leaving that nuclear deal was not a lawful act. that deal is not a deal between
iran and president barack obaob between iran and the united states, it's a security council resolution. >> in the immediate days ahead, you say there is a risk of all-out war, what are you willing to do in terms of negotiation. what does the united states have to do to get to talk to iran. >> we're willing to talk to our neighbors. >> your neighbors? meaning iraq, afghanistan, saudi arab arabia. -- >> not the united states? >> we don't see a need to. >> they believe that you're conducted an act of war. >> if they lift the sanctions they reimposed illegally, then they would talk. they would be going a very long mile. >> if they drop all of the
sanctions they have imposed, then it is a different story. >> donald trump threatened yesterday substantially -- he said he would impose substantial new sanctions in iran. what is left in iran in r the united states to target? >> i don't know what. they have done whatever they could. and they have not been able to bring us to our knees. an empty threat? >> i don't want to use that terminology. they're lying if they tell you that food and medicine is not restricted. >> you're supposed to go to new york for the united nations, have you received visas, do you think you will travel? >> i think i have a right, not my personal right, but iran has a right to be represented at the united nations in the general assembly at whatever level they want to. the united states imposed
restrictions on our staff in new york that are inhuman. they cannot send kids to school. they just denied waivers for our staff members to tend their kids to school. these are acting of childish animosity. they have not issued i have is as for our president making it hard it for him to go. >> i'm not saying it's -- i see no merit in going to the united states, but this is not the united states. this is the united nations and i see a lot of merit to be there because we believe in multilateral policy. we believe in multilateralism. in this day and inl, even if it
is the united states. >> there is a vague hope that if you were in new york maybe there would be a quite sideline meeting, a secret channel could be open, and the beginning of diplomacy -- >> you can rule out any sideline discussions with american officials. >> have there been secret talks with the trump administration since he took office? >> no. >> and that was nick peyton walsh with that exclusive reporting. coming up, an example of online and on campus hate. and target of the hate who did something courageous. she fought her fear and then she fought back. her story is next. r congestion. save it slimeball. i've upgraded to mucinex. we still have 12 hours to australia. mucinex lasts 12 hours, so i'm good. now move- kim nooooooo! only mucinex has a patented tablet that lasts 3x longer, for 12 hours.
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so me wearing that button down just gotten, that was a target on my back. >> a still unidentified person committed the on campus hate crime. they hung up bananas with nooses. days later she was under attack online by neo-nazis, spurred on by the creator of one of the most prolific neo-nazzi websites. >> he told his followers to go get her. >> a hate filled feeding frenzy began when they published her name, photo, contact number, and social media accounts. they e-mailed her saying she became a national target for hatr hatred. >> i was home alope, i closed my
blinds, and that's what i did, i rocked in the fetal position sobbing and crying. i had to send a photo of the e-mail to my mom and dad because i could not talk. >> she was diagnosed with post-traumatic stress syndrome. >> i was paranoid, i didn't know where they were, i didn't know if they were coming to find me, i didn't know if they knew where i was. >> she decided to fight back with the help of a lawyer's committee for civil rights under law, she sued some of the people investigators could find that trolled her. she sued the website and england, it's creator. >> what do you say to them?
>> you picked the wrong person. >> this is the first court decision in the country that held that online harassment can interfere with public accommodations. >> the judge awaited it with physical armt. >> civil rights laws do not stop where the cloud begins. the judge handed dumpson a default judgment and separately s she received something that nearly now one does. she got a face to face apology from one of the trolls. >> online especially people want to snapback, clapback, attack back. >> i think we always have the opportunity and the possibility to grow and for me in was really
important to, even though you're a white supremist, even though you're a neo-nazi, i don't think you're always going to think like that and it doesn't have to be that way. >> the man who apologized was the only one to come forward. he also promised to walk away from online hate and do community service. when it comes to taylor, she was accepted to law school. she is now a law student, but she doesn't disclose where because she knows she will always be a target. the hate has not completely stopped. what a wonderful victory. thank you very much for that story. still ahead, he is one of the nfl's most talented receivers and now antonio brown is out of a job again. amid allegations of sexual abuse, we'll have the latest on the on-going saga, next. and you'll experience a whole new range of emotions like... of a travel site the relaxing feeling of knowing you're getting the best price. and the magic power of unlocking
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a shocking shopping experience at a mall in chicago. video of this has gone viral. a black suv suddenly drives into the mall crashing into kiosks. shoppers can be heard screaming as they jump out of the way. amazingly, nobody was hurt. bystanders were able to hold the suspect until police arrested him. investigators say they're looking at the possibility that a medical issue may be to blame. now to the sudden departure of antonio brown. brown's short stint with the new england patriots ended after just one game and 11 days on the team. the pats cut brown yesterday amid new allegations of sexual misconduct and intimidation. today brown is taking to social media with a flurry of messages. this thing is not over by any means, is it? >> no it's not. he has been relatively quiet about the allegations surrounding him up to this point and overnight was very active on social media, posting on twitter, instagram, referencing these allegations against him.
for those that have been following this case closely, it may come as no surprise that he was cut after just 11 days by the new england patriots. every player that signs a contract in the nfl has a clause within their contract saying if they have conduct detrimental to the team or the league they can be cut. effectively all the patriots had to prove was that he knew about the allegations prior to signing with them. we know according to a source close to the case that there were presuit settlement discussions involving representatives for brown as well as his accuser brittany taylor who has accused the star nfl athlete of rape as well as other sexual misconduct. she has not filed criminal charges though. this is a federal civil suit. what may have been the final straw for the new england patriots is what happened earlier this week, a second accuser coming forward saying brown hired her to paint a mural in his home and at that point emerged while she was painting the mural and he was naked holding only a small towel over his genitals according to the interview she gave "sports illustrated." it is something the patriots were clearly tired of talking
about. listen to bill belichick a couple days ago being asked about this by reporters. he walked out of the press conference after just four minutes. >> i'm not going to have any comment on any of the off the field situations or questions on that. not going to get into that. i think i've already addressed this. we're going to get ready for the jets here. happy to answer any football questions. the rest of it i'm done with. yeah. i'm good. okay? thank you. >> then friday afternoon, antonio brown gets cut. here's what the nfl released last night in a statement about where their investigation stands. we have as of yet made no findings regarding these issues. the investigation is ongoing and will be pursued vigorously and expeditiously. as long as mr. brown is a free agent placement on the commissioner's exempt list is not appropriate. if he is signed by a club such placement may become appropriate at any time depending on the status of the investigation.
at this point, martin, it would be shocking to a lot of us if another team signs antonio brown knowing he could be found on the commissioner's exempt list. they would have to pay him but he couldn't play. >> it could happen. >> it could but he's missed out on a lot of money $30 million with the raiders and $9 million by the patriots. also cut by nike with his endorsement there. >> thank you very much. still ahead vice president biden, that is the former vice president, blasts trump over a reported call that trump had with a foreign country. did the president ask ukraine to investigate his political rival? what we know about what happened and what we don't, next. america's most loved pizza.lir hot and fresh, and right to your door. every day at marco's, get two medium, one-topping pizzas for just $6.99 each. hello to the italian way. hello primo.
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so, every day, we put our latest technology and unrivaled network to work. the united states postal service makes more e-commerce deliveries to homes than anyone else in the country. thanks for joining me. we're going to begin this hour with joe biden on the attack against president trump. it was a fiery exchange with reporters he held. the democratic presidential candidate calling for an investigation nah president trump's controversial phone call with the president of ukraine. it was all taking place at a campaign stop in iowa today. biden pushed back at unproven claims that he and his son had acted inappropriately in their dealings with the ukrainian government during biden's time as vice president. he accused president trump of abuse of power.