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they cannot be trifled with people or certainly searching politically. people when they have probable they are afraid to say it. cause do so. i think what you heard from mike >> in fact they are saying the thanks very much for loud and clear is that the watching. opposite, not even a no comment. policies that he inherited you can follow me on twitter, they aare depenfending it. related to stop and frisk went instagram, tweet theshow. on too long in new york city and and erin burne "outfront" they disproportionately impacted and the president said he didn't black and brown communities. starts right now. intervene. and there are other times when and mike has expressed his "outfront" next, justice not he says he doesn't do things, mistake in not stopping it served. the president brazenly thanking sooner. >> do you believe him? the justice department for because he not only supported interfering in the sentencing of remember the whole gordon the policy, he put it forward sondland call when he was on the trump's longtime friend roger and even when left, he still call overheard by david holmes stone. plus michael bloomberg speaking talking about investigating the out after a clip surfaced of him defended it. so it is relatively new that he embracing new york's bidens. so that call happened. changed his mind. we all know that happened. but you believe that he is controversial stop and frisk but before we knew it happened, genuine? >> i know before he left office, here is what the president said the practice was stopped in new about it happening. policy. and now weighing in on who will >> i know nothing about that. york is city. win south carolina. first time i've heard it. the one thing i've seen that and 95% of those types of stops sondland said is he did speak to stopped before he left office. let's go "outfront." me for a brief moment and i said and i know he wished in leaving good evening. i'm erin burnett. office that he expressed what he no quid pro quo under any "outfront" tonight, trump's found before he left and how he rampage. circumstances. the president claiming that his and that is true. the other, i never heard this. fixed it. longtime friend roger stone was more than that, i know that the treated very badly. and that prosecutors ought to >> what was rudy giuliani doing in ukraine on your behalf? story about how he also invested
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apologize to him. >> well, you have to ask that to this as trump formally pulled rudy. in young men of color needs to >> you didn't direct him to go there on your behalf? the nomination of the person who >> no, i never told don mcgahn be explained as well. >> so he said also one other oversaw you roger stone's thing in that clip that prosecution. and that former attorney had resurfaced, let me play it again, this is about the young been nochl natured for a top to fire mueller. >> and under oath, mcgahn said men who were targeted by stop position, but trump killed it. and frisk. and stone of course is convicted of witness tampering and lying trump did tell him to fire to congress related to his work mueller. and there was testimony from for donald trump. today publicly the president many people that -- well, rudy giuliani obviously went to proudly thanking his attorney ukraine on trump's behalf and we general to intervening in the have the phone call that he knew sentencing of his longtime nothing about which of course he did every single thing on that friend, that convicted felon phone call as was alleged. roger stone. >> i want to thank -- if you this is what he does. i mean, again, just your he just says what he wants to reaction to that. look at what happened, i want to thank the justice department for say and then some people just believe him? >> well, it does seem to be a you can take the description, seeing this horrible thing. pattern of conduct. he has one tell that i've xerox it and ps ass it out to t and i didn't speak to them by the way, just so you understand. observed which is typically when cops. >> we all agree that the they saw the horribleness of a he says i didn't do x, but i practice of stop and frisk was nine year sentence for doing could do x if i wanted to, but i nothing. >> just to be clear, again, didn't do x. and you saw him -- we saw him overused in new york city and it stone is convicted of threatening a witness and lying say that with respect to this stopped tend of mike's term. recent doj action. and what our focus is, how we to congress. now, trump claims that he had can switch the conversation from nothing to do with the justice yeah, i guess that he feels department's decision to especially emboldened now in intervene, although of course he talking about would-be crimes
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is so grateful for it, how light of the senate acquittal to and people who might commit continue to engage in this wonderful it is. crimes to how we invest in those and the thing is, you know, his communities so that there are denials, well, the public tile greater opportunities. line makes it clear. and that is exactly what mike mann pattern because it is clear to bill barr and the justice has been talking to mayors him that at least the senate department new full well what majority won't do anything about around our country about. trump wanted when they made it. and so why not if you think like that is why 100 mayors at this their decision to intervene. stage in the game have already trump tweeting this just hours he does and you have the same sort of m.o. that he has, why before barr stepped in. the quote, this is a horrible wouldn't you just continue doing endorsed mike's candidacy because we have to put poll is is in place from the white house and very unfair situation. that. >> right. the real crimes were on the i guess you're right, he does often say i could have, i can do that speak to big city mayors and mayors of small towns all other side as nothing happens to them. cannot allow this miscarriage of over america about how we can justice. anything i want but i didn't. again, this tweet from the thank you both very much. have more black home ownership, president of the united states how we can have more businesses came just hours before trump's and "outfront" next, michael bloomberg under fire for past in our communities that are attorney general said wait for comments he made about crime it, the recommended 7 to 9 year hiring our young people, how we can make college more affordable sentence for stone by fighting. for young people. and how we can make k through 12 prosecutors, in barr's own justice department, was unfair. education work for all of our and by the way, all four of those prosecutors who have the mayor of washington, d.c. residents. and that is what is going to served in the department of justice under both democrats and has in-doendorsed michael bloom. ensure that these young men who republicans have taken a stand. all four of them have withdrawn she's "outfront" next. were targeted by these practices and more people overnight have a real fair shot in our from the case after barr's nation. justice department's shocking >> i appreciate your time, mayor infected on the ship with the bowser. decision. coronavirus. thank you for being with me. since we last talked to the
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kaitlan collins is "outfront" to author, 40 more people infected. begin our coverage. in the next hour, you will also she'll be with us in a moment. what more are you learning about hear from bernie sanders and this new revenge, trump now liberty mutual. withdrawing the nomination of elizabeth warren, you don't want the person who had overseen the they get that no two people are alike and customize your car to miss those. and next, radio host, his show stone case? >> reporter: it is really insurance so you only pay for what you need. notable. and it is one part of the larger almost done. must stop for presidential story that we're seeing unfold in the weeks since the president candidates. does he think that biden really what do you think? has been acquitted. but we're now learning from has the upper hand in south soirss that the reason her nomination was pulled is carolina? directly tied to the job she and plus coronavirus spiking, used to have, of course she was and another case confirmed in the u.s. attorney here in i don't see it. the united states. (mom) were you planning on mowing the lawn today? washington, she headed that only pay for what you need. office. and that is the same office that ♪ liberty. liberty. liberty. liberty. ♪ prosecuted roger stone though she was not there when you saw (crowd noise)arella stick! those prosecutors go forward on monday recommending the 7 to 9 (bell rings) when heartburn hits. years prison sentence that of course the doj later overruled. fight back fast.. with tums chewy bites. but she ran this office that inherited a lot of those major beat heartburn fast. ongoing cases from the mueller tums chewy bites. problem, those cases that stem l from that of course starting with roger stone and also andrew mccabe and several others. and these are all things that the white house was aware of when they nominated her for this top job at the treasury
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department last month. but it seems to be something that has become an issue in ♪ recent days where essentially sources were telling us that they weren't happy with the way ♪ she handled these cases when she was at that position, though there are questions on just how everything your trip needs, for everyone you love. [thunder] much leeway she had. expedia. (son) no. of course roger stone found (burke) seen it. covered it. guilty of lying to congress and at farmers insurance, we know a thing or two because tampering with a witness, so it is not clear how she could have othroughout the country for the past twelve years, we've seen a thing or two. mr. michael bloomberg is here. so get a quote at farmers-dot-com. gotten involved any further. vo: leadership in action. ♪ we are farmers. bum-pa-dum, bum-bum-bum-bum ♪ but then the president i'm told mayor bloomberg and president obama worked together by sources who made the ultimate decision to withdraw her in the fight for gun safety laws, nomination from this job and it to improve education, and to develop innovative ways to help is really notable and especially the timing here just doing it two days before she was teens gain the skills needed to find good jobs. scheduled to go for her obama: at a time when washington is divided in confirmation hearing. and i do want to point out, old ideological battles he shows us what can be achieved when normally you would stay in that job until you were con can we bring people together to seek pragmatic solutions. firmed by the senate. [sneeare you ok?fles] but in an unusual move, stheped yah, it's just a cold. down and instead bill about a bloomberg: i'm mike bloomberg and i approve this message. it's not just a cold if you have high blood pressure. are oig put in a close associate most cold medicines may raise blood pressure. tim shay to run the office in coricidin hbp is the... you don't need to go anywhere dad, ...#1 brand that gives... the meanwhile. so of course now he is running this is your home. powerful cold relief without raising your blood pressure. that job overseeing these cases the best home to be in is your own. and she is not getting that top home instead offers personalized in-home services treasury job because it was it's an easy way to earn it's cashback on the stuff formally withdrawn from the i'm already buying. white house today.
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they of course work for the tom clancy's jack ryan, department of justice and now and the man in the high castle. bill barr's department of all in the same place as your live tv. justice siding with the it's all included with your amazon prime membership. president. what would you do about this, is this impeachable in and of that's how xfinity makes tv... itself or what? simple. easy. awesome. >> because of the failure of ♪ i'm feeing good right now senate republicans other than mitt romney to uphold the constitutional oath, it is now up to the american people to hold the president accountable in november. the house judiciary committee of which i sit, we will investigate. we are going to hold hearings. we'll have bill barr come in and testify in march. we're going to continue to expose the misconduct of the trump administration so the american people can make a decision in november. >> so the president said -- he put his tweet out. but he said so what if i spoke to the justice department, that is fine too even if as he likes to do, not saying i did, but if i did, it will be fine. >> no, i didn't speak to -- i'd be able to do it if i wanted. i have the right do it. i stay out of things to a degree that people wouldn't believe.
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but i didn't speak to them. tonight michael bloomberg making his first public comments >> your response. >> no ordinary american gets to after a tape resurfaced escape the law or get favors yesterday from 2015. on that tape, bloomberg was from prosecutors. defending the controversial stop but somehow if you are donald trump's friend, you get to get a and frisk policing tactic that favor from the department of he had support the while mayor justice. of the biggest city of this that is exactly the swamp that country, new york. donald trump promised to drain. here's what he said in 2015 that has caused this brouhaha. he has now become the very embodiment of the swamp and i tonight joe biden is think the american people will ensuring supporters that his take it out on him in november. campaign is still on track. >> so obviously the 7 to 9 year biden telling donors that his sentence that the four prosecutors involved campaign will gain ground once so that started a firestorm. black and latino voters have had recommended, and of course the their say in nevada and south person overseeing this entire and now bloomberg has addressed carolina. out front now, host of the radio thing, the president now pulled it trying to put out the show the breakfast club. her nomination to treasury. firestorm that erupted from those comments. it is a must stop for candidates but the judge ultimately has the here he is today. on the campaign trail and you >> i think people look at it and are a south carolina native. they say that those words don't decision. justice department can say don't do it, that is way too so joe biden is telling -- gets aggressive of a sentence. on the phone today and says but the judge still does have reflect michael bloomberg's way don't worry, we're in a good full say. do you believe -- do you trust position, we'll turn things he governed in new york city, that roger stone will still the way he runs his company, the around once black voters have receive a fair sentence from the had their say in south carolina. american justice system? way his philanthropy works. >> i do.
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our judges in the federal i think we'll do very well in the african-american community. i mean, old black people in judiciary have lifetime tenure. >> so that is his addressing it. south carolina do love joe the judge will look at the facts biden. but i would have to ask black and make a decision based on the facts and the law. he of course is trying to execute a strategy of competing so i do trust this judge. i think that it is important in super tuesday states, not voters the question why do old again to note that bipartisan competing in the first four, but white men who have the most prosecutors in this case as you going all in on super tuesday. racist legislation, why are they said not only left the case but the top two front runnefrontrun one entirely resigned from the joining me now, christina, who department of justice. we have institutional rock is in nashville. and he is trying to manage the capping right now, this needs to fallout from those comments on biden and bloomberg. stop and frisk today. and nobody likes a loser. be fixed because it is very dangerous for our democracy and >> right. >> reporter: trying to manage for america and americans cannot the fallout is a great way to >> saw what happened to him in iowa and new hampshire. trust its law enforcement put it. >> so the question is how that unclear if the way that he is will change the polls. system. >> so congressman, president managing it is actually going to latest poll from quinnipiac, he trump also talked about those work. is leading overall with black that is because in that press four prosecutors specifically, the ones who stepped aside, who voters by 27%. gaggle today, he didn't directly and you're making it clear you resigned because of his apologize for the comments. are not supporting biden, but behavior. he didn't acknowledge that the what do you think it is about words that he was using were him as to why he is maintaining here's what he said. >> they should go back to school callus and insensitive. that hold? >> i think that it is the barack and learn because with the way instead that the words didn't they treated people, nobody reflect his record running the obama effect. should be treated like that. city and the way that he runs the fact that he was barack obama's vice president. >> congressman, you're a former his company. but i think that lot of younger and look, the bloomberg team prosecutor. does it concern you to hear this voters -- a lot of younger black today and bloomberg himself voters are doing their he that these prosecutors are really tried to deflect and research and they are aware of resigning from the indicate or fight the narrative that this the '94 crime bill and the '86
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the departme will be problematic for him case or the department and the going into super tuesday and president said they should go crack laws and it is a big back to school? winning over african-americans >> donald trump has no idea what he is talking about. strike against him and one that and getting their vote. they rolled out three he hasn't really apologized for. it is, well, it didn't cause endorsements from members of the mass incarceration. roger stone was quiblgtsed congressional black caucus today he still holds on to those including lucy mcbeth from things. fairfai and we all know the best apology convicted by the court of law. georgia who is a very prominent is changing behavior, but more and the recommendations initially were well within the voice in the oommuny, sentencing guidelines. importantly, best for biden or it was really upper management, bloomberg is a black agenda. whether donald trump or not, it the same way that they sat was his enablers and maybe the event that i was at, the head of around and systemically created president overruling these the local chapter of the naacp career prosecutors. things to oppress and that should not happen because marginalize black people, they you are basically doing favors should sit around with black for friends of the president. endorsed mike saying she knows folks and create a black agenda to up lift those same ordinary americans don't get what racism looks like and that these kinds of breaks. is not mike. communities. >> so you have biden doing well this will not sit well with most so clearly trying to fight this and then you have pete of america. narrative, but still heading buttigieg. he is ramping up in south >> and bill barr i know you want into super tuesday when minorities are -- that is when carolina. he has struggled with the him to appear before your we'll get the real big african-american community. he has his first endorsement temperature check on how committee. will he answer questions? though from a black lawmaker in >> he has agreed to appear in the state of south carolina. minorities aunt the rend the re you sat down with him in south march. we expect him to honor his word country feel about the and appear. and so far he has not come in candidates, this is not the narrative that the campaign for any oversight hearings wants heading into these carolina and you pushed him on his record. whatsoever. critical states just three weeks south bend, 25% of the community he has been attorney general for from now. >> thank you very much. is black. quite a long time. and it is simply inexcusable he they have not been supporting and i want go "outfront" now to you. how come. has not yet been before the i wanted to play part of your conversation with him.
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judiciary committee. we fully expect to see him in >> a lot of black folks have march. gotten the feeling that >> all right. thank you very much, congressman. appreciate your time. >> thank you. democrats running for president me mayor bowser. take black folks for granted. and "outfront" next, could more u.s. attorneys now be on >> you feel that way is this their way out? okay. make more noise. you met michael bloomberg in that is not -- y'all are kind of we have new reporting ahead here 2018 and you know he's done a as heads continue to roll. lot of work with mayors across quiet. the country. plus michael bloomberg doing so you've worked on important damage control after a clip surfaced of the former mayor you issues to you, including >> or they talk about the black health care. defending stop and frisk. >> actually, i've known mike vote like it is some guy. so will this hurt him with black and everybody thinks the same. since before i was mayor. voters? and i'll be following up with an >> absolutely. back to 2014. >> and so what we're having american author, the one trapped >> sorry about that. well, that question. right now i think is a on that cruise ship where more conversation that is going to a so tell me why, why is it that passengers have come down with deeper level. you like him, why is it that you >> so you and i have talked a the coronavirus, tonight why she believe in him, that some of lot through this election says her biggest fear has come this stuff is misplaced. true. >> well, i think that it won't already. you had originally called him be any surprise that i think authentic and honest. he is getting 4% in the latest that mayor in the oval office national poll among black will be good for american voters. he is doing terribly. cities. and i think that mike has shown are they missing something? in 12 years he knows how to run >> i definitely think that they america's biggest city and are missing something. i think that they need to check out the douglas plan. when managing diabetes mayor pete was one of the first deliver in all the ways that to step up and say look, i have you can't always stop for a fingerstick. constituents need. a black agenda and i think that with the freestyle libre 14 day system, and that is different than what is what you have to do when a continuous glucose monitor, you don't have to. either you have done things to you will see in people who don't oppress and marginalize people
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with a painless, one-second scan have that executive experience. you can check your glucose with a smart phone or reader and that is why. so you can stay in the moment. now, the number one issue for or you haven't done enough. you have to sit down and come up no matter where you are or what you're doing. with a plan to uplift those same ask your doctor for a prescription for the freestyle people that you kept your foot libre 14 day system. washingtonians is affordable on. >> so i would give another look you can do it without fingersticks. housing. when i endorsed mike here in at him. learn more at and i have to ask you about tom washington, he laid out a bold steyer because he is polling plan for affordable housing that very well among black voters in will get funding directly to south carolina. there are other polls which have build a clear plan for retirement. cities to build more affordable one that covers health care costs, taxes, housing and combat homelessness. had him even higher. he talked about this, he brought and any other uncertainties. >> so you knew that this stop up the issue of reparations on his own. because when you're with fidelity, and frisk issue could an a big here is a couple things he said. a partner who makes sure every step is clear, issue, right? >> absolutely. >> it is something that >> unless you can appeal to the there's nothing to stop you from moving forward. certainly anybodyan a big diverse parts of the democratic issue, right? >> absolutely. >> it is something that certainly anybody who is a mayor party, including specifically the black community, and i am of a big city, you were aware doing that right now with 25% of that this demon would come boac. blacks down in south carolina, and this is a policy that the i'm for reparations to guy embraced passionately. african-americans in this but this is the audio that has country. >> you know, i was in that room, resurfaced just yesterday. i want to play it again for you, mayor. i was in the spin room next to that. it was an awkward moment. you have a bunch of white people up there talking about blacks. what was your reaction when you hear what he is saying?
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and you see how he's doing in south carolina and the polls do show that he has resonated. >> guys like tom steyer, he has so when you heard those words, what was your reaction, did you a lot of hone so he is cutting a lot of checks. wince? >> this is what i'll say, erin. >> $18 million in south dare ca carolina in advertising. in cities, in washington, d.c., >> and so people are telling us what we want to hear. we support constitutional policing. and we want to make sure that our stopping i'd like to see him come up with a tangible solution. i'm not saying that reparations isn't a tangible solution because it is, but can they really get that passed through a republican senate. so i would rather see something that i know can directly impact my community right now happen. i think reparations is just a good talking point for a lot of the democrats. >> would you give mayor bloomberg another look? you heard the mayor of washington talking about housing and his actions and commitment post stop and frisk to her are what matter. >> i mean, listen, once again, the best apology is change of ♪ a partner who makes sure every step is clear, behavior. but in this case the best
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behavior is a black agenda. so a guy like mayor bloomberg who had a racist policy like stop and frisk, he has to sit around with some constituents and come up with an agenda that can uplift the black community the same way stop and traffic hu frisk hurt the community. fear of donald trump is not enough if me to vote.ffic frisk hurt the community. fear of donald trump is not enough if me to vote. i'm voting for somebody who is doing something that directly it would've saved me a lotspen of money that i spent. impacts people. >> have you decided yet? >> no. >> and next, we recently spoke my family has bad teeth. to an american trapped on a when you're not able to smile you become closed off. cruise ship and since then, 40 more people infected with the the meaning of a smile to me is coronavirus including the person the beginning of a conversation. going around taking people's the best advice i can give anyone... continue. plus pete buttigieg falls short don't wait. in his efforts to raise the at aspen dental, we're all about yes. roof. like yes to free exam and x-rays for new patients without insurance. yes to flexible hours and payment options. and yes, you'll start smiling more too. don't wait, book at or call today. a general dentistry office. you know what's good about this?
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your sign's pointing at my sign, so people are gonna look at my sign. tonight more resignations expected at the justice department after leadership overruled prosecutors in the roger stone case after president weighed in. switch to progressive and you can save hundreds. and now this is according to sources familiar with the you know, like the sign says. washington u.s. attorney's office who say that attor l bill barr and his lieutenants have frayed relationships with prosecutors because they got involved, they pulled in the heavy, they tried overrule the prosecutors in both the stone and michael flynn cases. so four prosecutors who have all resigned from their positions on this case andapparently more to come. "outfront" right now, elie honig and greg produce arrested oig. so one is just outright gone. and the other three all resigning from the case. so all four gone from this case in unison.
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trying to make a stand here for what they believe is right. would you be surprised if there were more departures? >> i would not be surprised. this is a big deal. not only looks like a big deal with these dl internally. we don't know all the answers yet. there may be an innocent explanation for the dueling filings onve days, but we haven't heard it yet. and if the department is serious about restoring its integrity and making sure that the people understand that there was a good reason for this, we really need to hear from a senior official probably acting u.s. attorney in d.c. who ought to be able to explain why this happened if there is an explanation. >> because let's be clear, as a former attorney for the southern [ disthave you ever wondered and[ distant band playing ] what the motorcade driver drives district of new york, all four prosecutors are saying we're taking a stand. when they're not in a motorcade? this isn't just one person. [ upbeat music starts ] [ engine revving ] this is ais all four saying is
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♪ politicized, that the president of the united states forcing the this one drives a volkswagen passat. attorney general to tell us that we're wrong. >> yeah, no question about it. these are protest resignations. ♪ there ither way to read this. i've never seen anything like this, meaning the resignations or the interference coming from donald trump to the department of justice. and apparently the willingness of the leaders of the department of justice to carry out his will. the president said i never directly intervened, but let's recap. he tweeted encouraging them to intervene, today he thanked them for intervening. i don't know how that adds up to not intervening. people who worked at the department of justice like me feel strongly about that. >> and there is also a source saying there is concern about dimitri's on it. interference in other cases. eating right... if you are the president, you ...and getting those steps in? will do this with stone and you on it! will do it with flynn. dimitri thinks he's doing all he can to manage his type 2 diabetes and heart disease, what about the probe into rudy but is his treatment doing enough to lower his heart risk? giuliani? we're also hearing that that maybe not jardiance can reduce the risk of cardiovascular death for adults could also be impacimpacted. >> i have serious doubts about
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that. who also have known heart disease. the way that the top of doj is so it could help save your life from a heart attack or stroke. running right now, you said it, and it lowers a1c! out of the thousands of cases jardiance can cause serious side effects including dehydration, out there, where have they genital yeast or urinary tract infections, and sudden kidney problems. intervened. michael flynn and roger stone. ketoacidosis is a serious side effect that may be fatal. what do they have in common? a rare, but life-threatening bacterial infection... president trump's allies. the skin of the perineum could occur. i do not the super faith that stop taking jardiance and call your doctor right away the sdny will be permitted to if you have symptoms of this bacterial infection, run out the investigation in the true course. ...ketoacidosis, or an allergic reaction >> and i think every american should be terrified when they and don't take it if you're on dialysis or have... hear that. you shouldn't think that anybody should be putting their hand on ...severe kidney problems. the scales of justice if you are taking jardiance with a sulfonylurea the president of the united or insulin may cause low blood sugar. states. and the problem is, there are people who are trying to defend lower a1c... ...and lower risk of a fatal heart attack? this. some republicans have reacted to on it with jardiance. president trump weighing in on the roger stone case. -ask your doctor about jardiance. on twitter and his thank you and everything. and criticizing the sentencing and here is what they have said. >> i've got real concerns about breaking news. the death toll rising, another 242 people have died of the overzealous prosecution more than anything else. coronavirus. if i thought he had done that brings the total death to something that changed the outcome inappropriately, i'd be at least 1,400 people and comes the first to say. as 40 more people on a >> the president has first quarantined cruise ship have
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been infected by the virus. amendment rights too. those infections in just the >> do you real believe that his past 48 hours. view did not influence the one of them a quarantine officer justice department? who was circulating the ship >> i don't have any reason not doing temperature checks on the passengers. to believe that. that ship currently has the >> greg, what honestly do you largest outbreak of the think when you hear that? coronavirus outside of mainland those are three republican senators all saying what the china. there are 3,700 people onboard the diamond princess and 175 of president did is absolutely them so far infected. fine, overzealous prosecution is a bigger issue. >> yeah, depending on the person "outfront" now on the phone, an american quarantine on the saying it, it is some diamond princess. combination of having no clue about how the department of justice and federal prosecutions and i am glad to talk to you. i'm glad you're still well. you and i spoke, obviously, 48 hours ago. you told me that number was going to go up and, indeed, it work and going out of their way to simply support the president has. no matter what he does, which we since men more than 40 people on have been obviously seeing a lot your ship have been infected. what is it like onboard now? >> you know, we're quarantined of lately. in a room and don't really have this is unprecedented. much communication with other i'm a three time veteran of doj, people except a few other a former u.s. attorney. traveling friends. i've never -- not only have i but every time the numbers go never seen anything like this, up, our hearts sink. i've never heard of anything like this happening. it makes absolutely no sense our stomachs turn. and we get more and more upset. which of course again in the absence of an explanation by the this is a terrible situation, attorney general or the deputy
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attorney general or the u.s. attorney for d.c., everyone in washington and around the and we just feel so out of country is assuming the worst control. >> you know, gay, look, i'm and i don't know that we have any alternative until there is a sorry, it must be -- it must be so scary. logical explanation.excuses rank i know that the crew is doing everything they can to help you. one of them told our reporter, though, that, you know, that they're working 12 and 13-hour days. one they eat, they're eating in to flimsy. could hands off group groups, they're taking off their the justice department. gloves. they're taking off their masks. the justice department is different than allmebody. they're worried too, they're helping you, serving you all food. all that must be so frightening. >> you know, i asked a quick couple of questions to crew in the hall, how are you feeling? we care about them, too. >> of course. >> we know they live in difficult conditions. closer quarters than we do. and are way more at risk than we are. and you can see by their wide-eyed expressions o s over r masks they want out of here, too, but they do everything they can to make our lives comfortable. but the point is, they, you
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know, they are already removing people who are symptom-free and are healthy just because they're elderly and because they may have pre-existing conditions. well, that's the government here admitting that it's a failed quarantine. they're worried about the oldest people who are most at risk for death, so, actually, we're not in a total quarantine situation. we're in a triage situation. >> yeah. so, gay, you know, i know one of the people infected with the virus was a quarantine officer who was taking passenger temperatures. i mean, last time we spoke you hadn't even had anyone take your temperature. i mean, i guess at this point i'm sure you're hopeful that you didn't, given that, but what is your situation? has someone -- people come through, have you felt like you're taken care of in that regard? >> well, nobody has come in. not only that, a week ago we were given forms to say what
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emergency medications we've needed. we have not received ours. i take insulin. and i've called -- the captain said yesterday everybody had their medications. a that's not true. we don't. i called several times aski ini them. one of the things we learned is we have to act for yourself. one of our dear friends in tampa has taken charge of the medicines and we are expecting a fedex package today with my insulin, hopefully. >> oh, my gosh. gay, i hope that you get it. i'm glad to talk to you again. i'm glad you're doing all right. you and your husband. i hope the next time you'll be off the ship. thank you. >> i'd love to talk to you off the ship. thanks, erin. >> all right. good night. and "outfront" next, jeanne moos. ♪ we'd be closer to the twins. change in plans. at fidelity, a change in plans is always part of the plan.
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tonight, the moment on the campaign trail when raising the roof came crashing down. here's jeanne. >> reporter: for a presidential front-runner getting critiqued on your dance moves -- >> go, pete. >> reporter: -- is a right of passage. especially if you don't pass. pete buttigieg tried to raise
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the roof but ended up raising eyebrows. that roof is going to collapse. his movements were compared to a robot's, to the stars of "the office." ♪ my lovely lady lump check it out ♪ >> reporter: made this her signature move, after she did it at last year's state of the union. congresswoman annie custer was spoofed on "snl." >> annie "raise the roof" custer. >> raise the roof and break that glass ceiling. >> reporter: flnow she's outperforming pete. check out the elizabeth warren supporter with her sign trying to butt into buttigieg's shot. no one expected the candidate to actually raise the roof. ♪ let me see you raise the roof ♪ >> reporter: dancing is always hazardous to a politician's pride. but you're a stick in the mud if you don't groove to the music.
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♪ just a little bit >> wow, she's really rocking an every chaperon at the eighth grade dance vibe. >> reporter: instead of raising the roof, mayor pete raised a lot of questions. for instance, what does it really look like he's doing? this is a stickup. >> you're raising the roof, you aren't being held up at gunpoint. >> reporter: this is me when i'm not sure if i remembered to put deodorant on." >> i think the less people see me dancing, the better. >> reporter: she's so adaorkabl, tweeted one fan. if you're trying to win the dork, maybe it pays to shake your -- >> reporter: jeanne moos, cnn. ♪ rocking everywhere ♪ rocking everywhere >> reporter: new york. >> and thanks for joining us. don't forget you can watch "outfront" any time, anywhere, just go to cnngo. "a.c. 360" starts now.
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good evening. tonight, new evidence of a president unleashed. up front about it. continuing his retribution against perceived enemies intervening on behalf of his flens friends and doing it publicly. a lot to cover on that tonight. we begin, though, with a democratic primary that's taken on new significance in lifgt gh it all, apparent front-runner in it. iowa and new hampshire in the books. first, cnn's john king with the state of the race now that new hampshi hampshire's in the books. >> the headline, bernie sanders gets the win, pete buttigieg a very close second, amy klobuchar a surprising third place in new hampshire. what are the lessons as we go from hn new hampshire on to nev and south carolina? bernie sanders can claim to be the leading progressive in the race right now. he won
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