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says they have 800 snow plows and 1,800 workers ready to go. >> we have snowfall coming. that with high winds is going to make visibility difficult. chicago is under a high wind warning. expect it to wreak havoc with air travel throughout one of the country's biggest hubs. in total, about 21 million people from the west coast to the great lakes are now under some kind of winter weather advisory. meteorologist karen maginnis has the latest. >> christine and abby, this could be the thanksgiving that's memorable perhaps for the wrong reason. with back-to-back storms across the midwest and the other on the west coast, it's going to be getting stronger and really producing really dire traveling conditions for travelers. this weather report is brought to you by ninja foodie, the grill that grills, sizzles, and air fries crisp.
this is even for the macy's thanksgiving day parade. and airports are problematic because of weather. cleveland, detroit, minneapolis, out in san francisco, wow, they've already shut down some interstates and some portions of the central u.s. and nebraska. also right around ashland to the south along interstate 5. we'll keep you updated on that. back to you guys. >> everyone be careful out there. new developments in the impeachment probe have president trump on shakier ground this morning. according to "the new york times," the president already knew about the whistle-blower come plant that ignited this inquiry before he decided to release that military aid back to ukraine in september. now this would suggest that among officials factored into the decision to unfreeze that aide and help ukrainians fend off the russians. lawyers from the white house briefing the president were
trying to figure out whether they were obligated to turn the complaint over to congress. cnn has learned the first official move to with hold aid came the evening of july 25th call t same day president trump and the president of ukraine had the phone call that spawned the initial complaint. a transcript of mark sandy's closed door testimony was just released and he says he told his boss withholding aid might violate federal law that. was before his boss took over responsibility for the ukraine money. according to the testimony, two people left their job at the budget office at least partly because of the ukraine mess. the house judiciary committee has now announced a new impeachment hearing. there's one difference this time. president trump has been invited to attend. more from manu raju on capitol hill. >> good morning. they're opening up a new phase
of impeachment proceedings in the house when they'll have testimony from experts who will weigh in on the constitutionality of impeachment and whether the president's conduct reaches the threshold of high crimes and misdemeanors. this panel is expected to have a discussion about the facts that were found as part of the two-month investigation that the house intelligence committee and two other committees found in looking into the president's handling of the ukraine policy wlanld or not he abused his office, violated the office in withholding key military aid for ukraine as well as a key meeting of the ukrainian president had sought with president trump in exchange for investigations. all that will be discussed in the series of hearings the judiciary committee will have starting on wednesday. expect a report first to come out from the house intelligence committee detailing the findings. then next wednesday will be that hearing. before there will be both of articles of impeachment in the house judiciary committee. that could take place the second week of december and spill into the third week of december, but
that will probably be the week to watch in which the full house will have an opportunity to vote on articles of impeachment on the president. democrats are moving full speed ahead. at the moment, they're discussing the size and scope of the articles of impeachment, how many articles to include, whether it's abuse of power, abuse of bribery, obstruction of congress or even obstruction of congress. but this is significant because it signals a new phase of the impeachment probe is coming and coming soon. back to you. >> all right, manu. thank you so much for that. we have breaking news. at least three people injured after a powerful explosion at a chemical plant east of houston. witnesses say the blast shook homes and shattered windows more than 40 miles away. there's now a mandatory evacuation for everyone within a half mile of the plant. police told cnn affiliates everyone else should shelter in place. they're likely assessing what chemicals right now are being
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new developments in the impeachment probe have president trump on shakier grounds. according to a report president trump knew about the whistle-blower complaint before he decided to release military aid to ukraine back in september. that would suggest that that factored into the decision to increase the aid. lawyers from the white house briefed the president and told him they were trying to figure out whether they were obligated to turn the complaint over to congress. >> and cnn has learned that the first official who moved to withhold aid came on the evening of july 25th. that's the same day president trump and the ukrainian
president had the phone call. a transcript of mark sandy's transcript was released yesterday. he told his boss withholding the aid may actually violate federal law. according to the testimony, two people left their job in part because of this. there's one big difference this time, president trump and his lawyers have been cordially invited to attend. let's bring in cnn senior politics adviser. good morning to you. on the front page of "the new york times," a story that is maybe not something the president is going to be giving thanks for. it shows sort of this timeline and what might have been going on when the president finally decided to unfreeze that aid. there were questions there about the legality and the timing of withholding that military aid.
what do we know? >> we already know the aid was released essentially just after the congress found out about the whistle-blower report, so it was already kind of fishy. but now if this "new york times" report is correct, we know that president trump actually knew about the whistle-blower long before, which makes it that much more kind of suspect. and it really attacks this main republican defense of president trump, that, well, the aid was ultimately released, so nothing wrong happened. but if the aid was released after everybody found out about the whistle-blower on capitol hill, it kind of makes -- it totally takes the argument away and it makes it seem as though the only reason the aid was ever released was because essentially as democrats say, they got caught. >> and the president has been
saying he had no quid pro quo with gordon sondland, which is after he was told about this whistle-blower complaint. for the republicans, do you think this will move the needle any? are we getting any closer to folks being able to say it is what it seems to say, that the president released the aid because he knew there was a complaint about it? >> i think everybody is thinking it's exactly what it's seemed for quite a while and it will do nothing to move the needle for republicans on capitol hill. it seems like people are set in stone with how they view this chain of events, and they're either going to be willing to overlook it or they don't care. but it really -- it does not seem like anybody is having their minds changed right now. >> in the meantime if you look at the ad buys in iowa, the front-runners in the democratic party are not talking about impeachment. they're each trying to cast their own message here to the iowan and the american people
over thanksgiving. let's get a little sampling here. >> all right. bernie fights for the average joe. >> that's the thing i like about him the most. >> the next president is going to face enormous challenges in picking up the pieces. >> enact the american deal and lead the global effort to save our planet? iowan eating turkey and watching football will also see bernie sanders talking about farmers, joe biden on foreign poll circle climate change for elizabeth warren. they're trying to proceed with the arguments that -- the non-impeachment arguments over the weekend. >> this all makes sense to me. all essentially agree on impeachment, so it's not going to differentiate them from each other. they want to make arguments that resound a little more, the kitchen table sort of arguments. also democrats are moving very quickly with impeachment. i think they're doing that because generally as a party, they want to get this done so
they can talk about this other stuff. and it sounds like a pretty wide open race. these arguments are so diverse among the top candidates. >> right. you have biden making this very commander in chief -- it already feels the like the general election whicher puts the ca pu before the horse. and then you have michael bloomberg with his millions, creating a punching bag for the elizabeth warrens and bernie sanderss of the world. >> there will be conversation on thanksgiving. the checks are going out for the farm bailout. >> the farm bailout is bigger than the auto bailout. think about that. >> we still have a long way to go. >> nice to see you, zach wolf. >> thanks. new insights from the anonymous trump insider in his
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writes it's a poison inside the party. he raises deep concerns on the moral compass in next month's e lexs. let's go live to london, cnn's phil black. phil, has there been any reaction from corbyn? >> christine, there has. this is more than three years after criticism of jeremy corb n corbyn, the labor leader, and the petr. the other criticism from the jewish community is that the party hasn't done enough to wipe it out. for all of those years, jeremy corbyn said we're dealing with this, we're taking it seriously. but now that they've touched on it, it is damning. the timing is poor because we're in the middle of an election campaign. here is a direct quote. he says it is a failure to see
this as a human problem rather than a political one. it is a failure of culture. it is a failure of leadership, a new poison sanctioned from the top has taken root in the labor party. now, this statement has received support from other faith leadsers including the archbishop of canterbury who said it's a sign of insecurity that jewish people now feel today. jeremy corbyn for his part has been desperately trying to push back on this wave of criticism. here's a little of what he was saying. >> there's no place whatsoever for anti-semitism in any shape or forp m or in any place whatsoever in modern britain. it will not be tolerated in any form whatsoever. >> so in a later interview corbyn was asked four times if he would like to apologize for the labor party of anti-semitism
and he ignored that question four times. it's all politically damaging, there's no doubt, because the labor party and corbyn are well behind in the polls consistently so through this campaign, and the country votes on its new government and prime minister in just over two weeks. >> all right. thanks so much for that. phil black for us in london this morning. developing overnight, new evacuations ordered in santa barbara county where the cave fire continues to burn. officials say a strong storm is increasing the risk of debris flow in and below the burn area. the fire began monday in the los padres national forest and has grown to more than 4,300 acres. it 10% contained. a patient at a southern new jersey hospital was accidentally given a kidney intended for someone else. both patients at virtua our lady
of lourdes hospital had the same name and were near the same age. the other patient did get his kidney six days later. both are doing well and the hospital is taking steps to avoid a repeat. a couple is charged for dragging a horse behind a truck. john and amber saldate actually tied the animal to the back of the pickup and then drove off. amber was calling the horse name. officials seized the horse and they will face a judge. more e. coli cases linked to romaine lettuce. according to the cdc, 67 people have been singed in 19 states with 27 new cases reported in the last few days. the outbreak is connected to lettuce harvested in salinas, k.
stores and restaurants nationwide are being urged to stop selling the lettuce. there's another hurdle for boeing as they try to get the max 737 back in the air. the faa will have to sign off on every single plane, and the jet has been grounded following crashes that killed 346 people. boeing is in a crunch right now. its finances are stretched by the months-long grounding and it's scrambling to find places to hold the dozens of 737 max jets it's churning out every month. syracuse university is beefing up security in the wake of racist incidents. public safety officers will have longer shifts while classes are in session. the school chancellor says he hopes to have these changes in place by the time students
return from thanksgiving break next week. let's get a check on cnn business this morning. take a look at businesses around the world leaning a little bit higher here, a little bit of optimism, a lot of trade talk churning around. take a look at u.s. futures right now. they're also leaning a little higher here. stocks finished slightly higher tuesday. the dow rose, the s&p and nasdaq also higher. president trump suggested the trade talk with china are in the final throes. they said that the two countries reached a consensus on how to resolve key concern. the trade war taking a global toll on auto sales. they're on track for a 4% drop, the biggest since 2008. not good for american manufacturing. they slowed for a third month in
october. things aren't better around the world. it's possible global manufacturing could rebound next year. that depends on a deal with china. more people are dying young in the u.s. than in any other country. a new study in the jushl of medical association shows death rates are climbing among the young and middle-aged adults. for half a century, american life expectancy grew ten years to the age of 79 by the year 2014, but then it reversed, creeping down to 78.6 years in 2017. the study blames increasing suicides, drug overdoses, alcoholism, and an epidemic of obesity, and it says the problem is focused four ohio valley states and northern new england. all right. new york city wants no part in fedex's package delivery.
lawyers for the city and department of transportation issued a letter to fedex warning the bots violated tranffic laws. an elite climber is recovering after a bad fall at the famous el capitan. she was scaling the granite monolith when she fell down. she was rescued by fellow climbers. she shared photos of her injuries and she says she's extremely grateful. loose! they've got it. they've got a time-out. they don't lose it. bain, yes! the lumberjacks have done it! >> it's the upset of the year. the top-ranked duke blue devils
losing to stephen f. austin, 85-83. it snaps duke's 150-game non-conference home-winning streak dating back to 2000. a group delivering a full thanksgiving dinner on a new york subway. it went viral. the train was decked out with tables filled with thanksgiving staples, and riders were served food as the train made its scheduled stops. the people behind it say it's been in the works for months. >> what were they saying to you? >> thank you. thank you. and that mac and cheese is on point. >> how about that for a commute. >> mac and cheese. >> the group said going forward they plan to make this an annual thanksgiving tradition. while keeping the time-honored tradition of pardoning the turkey, president trump couldn't help but to get
in a dig on his impeachment nemesis. >> bread and butter have been especially raised by the jacksons to remain calm under any condition, which will be very important because they've already received subpoenas to appear in adam schiff's basement on thursday. >> and while you were sleeping stephen colbert took that opening and ran with it. >> up next, continuing coverage of the impeachment hearings. >> if you would please rise, raise your right hand, i will begin by swearing you in. do you swear or affirm that the testimony you're about to give is the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth, so help you god. you are now recognized for your opening statement. >> did you feel threatened?
>> that's good. >> how many more americans do you think would have watched if they'd seen that. >> thanks for joining us, everybody. i'm christine romans. >> and i'm abby phillips. "new day" starts right now. freezing temperatures expected to last through the week. >> we have blankets. we have food. >> we have food to share with others. we always have a full tank of gas. >> we thought it sounded like a major storm, so we thought we'd better get here early. >> president trump found out about the whistle-blower. he knew what he did was wrong, so he released the aid. >> he only said it after he got caught. >> the democrats have attacked a very essential president. >> essentially what it shows is consciousness of guilt. welcome to our viewers in the united states and all around the world. >> exactly. >> a hint of our winter story.
so this morning a wing and a prayer might be the best recipe for millions of americans traveling for thanksgiving. because a pair of powerful storms is serving up a heaping side of trouble, congealed trouble. which is the worst kind. like the cranberry sauce. winter advisories stretch across the united states. and the western part of the storm is expected to bring heavy rain and flash flooding. in the midwest, blizzard conditions are already causing widespread travel delays. across the northeast, dangerous winds threatening to ground the balloons at the macy's thanksgiving day parade. >> we are also following two significant developments in the impeachment investigation. a white house budget official testified to congress that two of his colleagues quit after expressing concern about president trump's decision to withhold military aid from ukraine. and "the new york times" reports that mr. trump had already been
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