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tell all book that u.s. president donald trump trying to stop from publication the white house hits back at numerous caving claims in it including that clothes trump associates consider him a child unfit to govern. and bundesliga soccer gears up for the second half of the season we checked in with byron munich at their winter training camp ahead of next week's match against slavery. welcome to the program i'm marion evans dean it's good to have you with us. bitter winter weather is gripping the northeastern u.s. again this weekend threatening a fresh round of record breaking lows parts of the u.s. and canada are seeing temperatures around minus thirty degrees celsius in
massachusetts city streets are turning into frozen fields of ice and snow the biggest storm surges in massachusetts in three decades and at minus twenty nine degrees celsius water is literally freezing in the streets here. traffic is frozen to those hoping to get into their cars will just have to wait until the ice thaws. to keeping an eye on all of those different floodings and if anyone wants a question global warming just to see what the flight flood zones are those zones didn't flood thirty years ago whether agencies are calling it a bomb site clone where cold and warm air mass is collide triggering a rapid drop in bear metric pressure many people need help to get to safety several u.s. states have declared a state of emergency the national guard is out in force and coming up with creative ways to help the rescue effort it was scary and i want to get out they came up to
the front door and they. like he put me over their shoulders and put me in their car and new york's central park the extreme weather isn't putting everyone off but their weekend might put even the bravest to the test because believe it or not it's going to get colder. than new tell all book about donald trump's presidency is flying off the shelves in the united states a book titled fire and fury has been published for days ahead of schedule that's despite attempts by the president's lawyer to stop it trump tore into author michael wolff saying the book was full of lies. the book the u.s. president could not stop from hitting the shelves sold out within minutes and many stores deeply critical it depicts a chaotic white house and questions donald trump's fitness for office its author michael wolff appeared on u.s. television to back up his claims i will tell you the one description that that
everyone gave everyone has in common they all say he is like a child and what they mean by that is he has it and the need for immediate gratification it's all about him they say he's. a moron in the year. i actually there is a competition to sort of get to the bottom line here of who this man is let's remember this man does not read does not listen so he's he's like a. it's like a pinball or just just says to shooting off the side this is the man wolf can thank for helping the title saw to number one on amazon donald trump's former chief strategist and former ally steve bannon his disparaging remarks about the u.s. president released in early excerpts triggered trump's public attempts to block the
book's release and sent him on soaring. trump has threatened to sue bannon and wolf and on twitter who described the book as full of lies and i authorized zero access to white house actually turned him down many times for author a phony book i never spoke to him for the book full of lies misrepresentations and sources that don't exist look at this guy's past and watch what happens to him and stop you steve. we have a message from a spread those doubts about wolf's credibility have been echoed by some of trump's allies and by others including former british prime minister tony blair he called a claim made about him a complete fabrication. wolf says he stands by everything in the book though he does acknowledge he could not resolve certain discrepancies between some accounts very little presents the truth may not be clear in fire and fury but that's not stopping people from lining up to buy it. now to some of the other stories making
news around the world and the u.s. ambassador to the united nations nikki haley has warned iran that the world is watching its response to anti-government protests her comments came at a u.n. security council meeting but iran and russia criticized the u.s. for calling the meeting saying the protests are a domestic matter. mudslides interventional rain storms have left at least forty four people dead in the congolese capital kinshasa authorities say victims were killed by collapsing walls and by drowning many homes in the city of ten million are built on hillsides where a lack of drainage systems makes them vulnerable to flash flooding. two jets collided on the ground at a toronto airport on friday setting the tail of one of the aircraft alight and eye witness on board one of the planes captured the moment when part of the plane exploded no injuries were reported and an investigation into the incident is under
way. now hungary's prime minister has issued fresh criticism of american policies on migration mr orban was a guest at the party conference of the c.s.u. which is the german chancellor's conservative sister party and said migrants with no reason to be in europe should be sent home his remarks come as merkel prepares to start exploratory talks to form a new government with the center left social democrats and where migration is set to be a key sticking point in the discussions. viktor orban the rightwing prime minister of hungary is a regular guest here with the conservative c.s.u. party in bavaria and regular guests are often invited because you know in advance how they will behave in this regard or bonn does not disappoint as a known euro skeptic he opposes germany's refugee policy which he dubs a problem of democracy. as after new it's only
a. little bit i told up a very and friends that i think in the year twenty eighteen we will restore the will of the people in europe where you need please be a surely for your case study tony we'll do it to show. your. and that the european people step by step will force decisions concerning refugee policy that are in their best interest. the man responsible for inviting orbán is horst the who for the c.s.u. party leader will be part of the coalition talks with the s.p.d. beginning on sunday to the s.p.d. or bonds visit is a slap in the face nonetheless makes the point of openly supporting orbán. any downed viktor orban respects the rule of law in a newspaper interview s.p.d.
leader martin schultz complained about the c.s. use meeting with e.u. euro skeptic orbán warning about his refugee policies at their meeting at the z on monastery the c s he was showing an aggressive stance this could prove difficult for the upcoming coalition talks. political correspondent michele to krishna joins us now from the bavarian town of say on where the c.s.u. party conference is being held. as we know viktor orban is known as a euro skeptic a hardliner on migration so what does his appearance at the c.s. hughes conference tell us about that party's own positions. well it tells us that the c.d.c. once again has lived up to expectations that gathers here in the monastery of the on behind me which doesn't just look like a fortress it's also how the sea is you see themselves to make quite a bit of political noise now this time of course the timing is a lot more sensitive because we have those for part of preparatory talks beginning
on sunday which essentially could become german chancellor angela merkel's last bid to form a coalition government or else and that's the big question mark inviting victor over and yes he definitely did deliver as expected he didn't mention angola machall but in his many words but once again essentially accused of having broken the law that something this use you has also done before over that open arms policy in twenty fifteen when almost a million migrants came into germany almost on tech and the position paper we've already seen here coming from the c.s.u. wants to definitely clamp down on that it lays down that definitely twenty fifteen shouldn't repeat itself but it also wants to see cuts and more tightening of asylum regulations that that's something that definitely won't go down well not just with the german chancellor but also with the social democrats she so hopes to be able to form a government coalition with all right while putting out such
a hard line position is the same you essentially killing the potential for these coalition talks before they've even started. well that defeat putting the bar of bits high you have to also see that in the context of an internal struggle that's just been pretty much settled here at the c s u and with the c.s.u. going into regional preparing elections coming up in the also so it simply cannot afford to play softball going into those coalition potential coalition negotiations but the social democrats also pretty much reacted i mean they simply have to be tough in those negotiations and certainly made it made it a lot tada to in the end get that agreement from the social democrat grassroots who will in the end have the decision of what that there will be a continuation of the current government in germany. reporting from the c.s.u.
party conference in the various town of sand many thanks now after more than a year of worsening ties between turkey and germany there are signs of a possible fall in relations turkish foreign minister method of a solo has called for a quote new beginning ahead of a meeting today with his german counterpart think my god had a major sore point has been turkey's jailing of german nationals including journalist denis huge elm he's been held in turkey for more than ten months without charge in a statement sent to w. via his lawyer you jel excuses ankara of holding him hostage it also takes issue with the turkish foreign minister's remarks about his case well meanwhile turkish president russia tie a pair to one was in france yesterday for talks with president a man on mcallen who voiced concerns about ankara's crackdown on journalists teachers and others but the turkish leader defended his stance here's what he had
to say. kara doesn't form by itself there are so called garden this of tara and terrorists these godless are regarded as being thinkers they've right in their newspapers the columns as is watering the terrorists they are the ideologues who contribute to terrorism and one day you find these people show up as terrorists in front of you. well most bundesliga teams are in warmer climates as they prepare for the second half of the season by munich are currently at their winter training camp in qatar for the eighth straight here and have again been criticized for not commenting on the human rights situation in the gulf country well as for the soccer the action kicks off next friday when the table toppers locked horns with leverkusen and they're working on integrating a new high profile signing in munich or sunning themselves in the middle east in
preparation for their post winter break much is germany strikers and who wagner has been drafted in june in the break to provide backup for main man who believe in. wagner was let go by byron as a youngster and he's delighted to be back. and i was one hundred percent sure that i wanted to go back home to my club that was clear and i'm really really happy that it worked out. by owner spending just five days on the persian gulf but doesn't leave much time for fun meet and greet and marketing stunts. but they aren't losing any sleep over the human rights situation in qatar either. we're here for sport we're trying to do our job here. we want to prepare as best we can for the rest of the season. for the shoes on for two but i can. you punk is knows exactly what shortcomings by our need to work on. the veteran coach has studied the
ship since his appointment as carlo ancelotti successor and october. that happens quickly with his coaching team. it was how things work he still knew some of the teams so it didn't take long to a few quotes byron want to take their newfound impetus into the second half of the season as they aim to win as many trophies as possible but in this league a title at least already looks a certainty. for now here on t w we'll have another update for you at the top of the hour from the entire newsroom team here in berlin thanks for watching. crime fighters in the new season of radio crime thrillers. investigative cases that will keep you on your toes. crime fighters stories of the best idea ever so every young