1PM | CNN Newsroom 7/27/19 [FULL] | President Trump Breaking News Today July 27, 2019

1PM | CNN Newsroom 7/27/19 [FULL] | President Trump Breaking News Today July 27, 2019



rats are canvassing across the country making their cases to voters ahead of next week's CNN debates and minutes from now senator Elizabeth Warren will host a house party in New Hampshire it's one of two events for Warren in that state she'll take part in a town hall later on in the afternoon and six other candidates are out on the trail today including senator Bernie Sanders in Michigan mayor Pete Buda jej Julian Julian Castro and Senator Michael Bennet in Iowa CNN political reporter Rebecca Buck is in New Hampshire with more good morning Fred we're here in New Hampshire where Elizabeth Warren is going to be on the campaign trail this afternoon in the Granite State ahead of her big debate appearance this coming Tuesday with Bernie Sanders as well as mayor Pete Buda judge and better work joining her on that stage Warren just passed a major campaign milestone this week she has now 1 million donations to her campaign and as a reminder she hasn't been taking any of these big high dollar donations she hasn't been holding these fundraisers this has been all grassroots support for Elizabeth Warren so another sign of the momentum her campaign has been building and that is just one of the reasons that ahead of this debate her team isn't necessarily feeling pressure to have a big breakout moment to start a fight with another candidate to draw contrast they are feeling comfortable and positive about a way about where Elizabeth Warren is in this race at this moment I want you to contrast that though with the former Vice President Joe Biden a very different situation for him heading into Wednesday night's debate next week where he's going to be on stage with Senator Kamala Harris and also Senator Cory Booker of course they'll remember last debate Kamala Harris was the one who held Joe Biden's feet to the fire getting her that major moment on stage and launching her campaign into the top tier while senator Cory Booker might be looking for a similar moment this week with Joe Biden it's the first time they'll be sharing a stage together and Booker has been intensely critical and increasingly so in recent days of Joe Biden's record on criminal justice reform and specifically his role in crafting the 1994 crime bill that Booker says made him an architect of mass incarceration Joe Biden punched back this week calling into question Booker's record as mayor of Newark and his oversight of the new Newark Police Department this is all part of Biden's strategy as he said this week to be less polite on the debate stage to not take these attacks from other candidates we'll see how that plays for him but again we're here on the trail today with Elizabeth Warren she'll be up against Bernie Sanders who although they are competitors they're both representing this liberal progressive wing of the party Elizabeth Warren has described Sanders as a friend Sanders has said they agree on many policy issues so we'll be watching to see if they try to draw some subtle contrast or if for now they play a nice fred all right Rebecca buck thank you so much so for more on the 20/20 race let's bring in Keith blinken a former Clinton White House aide and Robert Zimmerman a committee man for the Democratic National Committee good to see you both all right so I'm Keith you with you thank you it's been a while since I've seen I even one of you so welcome back all right so key for going into yet another debate but this time it really could be do or die for some candidates they've got to really be noticed distinguish themselves among the crowd ten for one night ten on another night how do they poise themselves for this yeah I think you're right Fred it's 25 candidates we have in the race only 20 of them on the debates these two nights on Tuesday and Wednesday and it looks like you know we still have a front-runner field of four or five candidates and everyone else is kind of in second tier and they have to either do something now to stand out distinguish themselves or potentially disappear in the the mix of so on the muddle of so many different candidates so if I were advising the candidates in the second tier my advice would be to go hard or go home you know if you're not gonna do it now you never never gonna have another chance and for the candidates and the top tier is just to not make any mistakes continue to make moment' continue to add momentum and to build and where you are for Joe Biden's a little different though because he is the front-runner and his challenge is to not take too many punches and to be able to back when he is here so each of the sort of three different categories have different roles to play yeah and so Robert Yuna Biden has already kind of let everybody know that you know that no more mr. nice guy why is this advantageous for him going into this to give everyone you know fair warning so to speak uh as you can as you may know Fred I'm not a boxer but I know enough about politics – no you don't Telegraph your punches there's no reason to send them at that kind of message I think the reality for Joe Biden and going forward is that he just has to show he's got a pulse he's got to bring energy he's got to bring fire and a vision for the future to his debate that's gonna be his challenge and I think he shouldn't go in there in my view being on the defensive and certainly the reason in fact that there was such buzz about the last debate was because he didn't really speak up and did make the case for himself he said he was being forwarded but well okay but it wasn't but he wasn't being impactful and I wouldn't you can be polite and still be impactful that's for sure I would think it's also important though contrary to what Keith said yeah I agree with him that maybe a third or a half of the candidates will not be on the stage in the second by the September debate but as opposed to throwing Hail Mary passes I would admonish and advise the candidates or in the second and third tier they're not going to elevate themselves by trying to take shots at the others in fact it oftentimes impoverish we confuse retweets and we confuse media buzz with building organization and building political support and Elizabeth Warren has built a tremendous organization and tremendous campaign by keeping on her message talking about the future and really having an impact that way and I guess you know talking about your plan is is really the strategy that senator Elizabeth Warren has been taking Keith you know that you know I have a plan for that and she is you know planning to put herself in a position to try to elaborate a bit further on that but you know there are limitations when you're on the debate stage you know you only have maybe two minutes or three minutes in which to do that um can she do that she's very effective Elizabeth Warren at being able to articulate her message in sound bites and clear crisp concise packages she's learned this I think as a professor as a teacher and as a politician she's very adept at that so I'm confident in her ability to communicate her messages of course her plans are far more detailed than you can communicate in a 60 second or 90 second answer but I think that people know that she has plans and I think that's important compared to other candidates who do not have plans so I think it she's in a good position just one final thing ability Robert said earlier I'm not suggesting that people and in all a different like rate all the different tiers should go out and attack each other but I'm saying you have to do something to make yourself stand out there's 25 candidates out there 20 who are on the debate stage you can't stand out just by repeating talking points you got to do something to make yourself distinguishable from the other candidate okay and then I'm the matter I got I got to tell you Keith yeah go ahead Robert no say I've got to tell you Keith if they haven't distinguished themselves so far they're not gonna do it in seven minutes on a debate stage I think they had their moment and they couldn't make it good many of them okay well let's talk about you know members of Congress and at least particularly for House Democrats you know the number is growing for those who are interested in some sort of impeachment inquiry of the president now 101 members of the House but House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has expressed real concerns about riling up trumps base ahead of 2020 she says it's you know it's time for more answers a little bit more searching does she have a good argument there Robert that starting impeachment proceedings only serves the president well well you know just for the record I am for an impeachment inquiry and I believe the way that speaker Pelosi and Chairman Jerry Nadler approaching it really is the smart way to do it they're a building consensus amongst the caucus right now they say it's over a hundred I would say from my own discussions at half the caucus supports an impeachment inquiry and you can do that and the way they're approaching it is by laying out the crimes that have been committed by this administration doing that the impeachment inquiry takes on the power of a grand jury and you can lay out the crimes present to the American people and maybe maybe they won't even bring it to an impeachment vote but the most important thing chairman Nadler can do through his committee is get the material together demand of Legally whenever he can to get the witnesses in front of his committee to make the case because this is an affront to the nation and so Keith that's one of the arguments it would be a mistake to proceed without more witnesses it can't just be Muller you know testifying and you know reiterating what is in the report but you need key witnesses such as like a Don McGann or even a-rod Rosenstein that's what an impeachment hearing is for I mean nobody's saying you have to go vote to impeach Donald Trump today but you have to begin the inquiry you have to begin the hearings in the process and you know Nancy Pelosi has already said that Donald Trump is unfit for office she said that he belongs in prison she says that he we're in a constitutional crisis if that's not enough to begin an impeachment inquiry then what on earth is the American people want accountability one of the hold hold our president accountable two-thirds of Democrats support impeachment for the president a sixty-nine percent of African Americans support impeachment Justin Amash a Republican who became an independent supports impeachment George Conway Hal Kelly and Conway's husband supports impeachment Lawrence tribe by Harvard Law Professor supports impeachment this is not this is not some left-right issue this is a question about holding the president accountable for misbehavior for high crimes and misdemeanors and this is not something you decide based on political Mis political calculations put your win your finger into the air and determine which way the wind is blowing it's it's about what is right and is right to hold the president accountable it's wrong and I think riskier to a lot of the precedent to go on to ghost establish that the president states can engage in unlawful behavior and have no accountability for that we have a constitutional and a moral obligation to do something I can't final word Robert you know that's just the point public opinion public opinion changes all the time preserving and protecting the Constitution should be forever that should be the mission of this Congress it is the mission of Speaker Pelosi and Chairman Nadler and we are facing an unprecedented assault in our democracy if we don't stand up to a president who won't defend us when we're attacked like as we are by Russia who own or ignores the concept of checks and balances we don't stand up and reserve that we cease to be America we will leave it right there for now a Robert Zimmerman Keith boinkin good to see both appreciate and don't miss two big nights the CNN Democratic debates this Tuesday and Wednesday live from Detroit starting at 8:00 Eastern Time all right coming up the president gets a big win from the US Supreme Court so how soon could we see more sections of his border wall or a section of the border wall go up plus President Trump now attacking one of the top Democrats on Capitol Hill calling representative Elijah Cummings district a rat and rodent in president can use billions of pentagon dollars to build a border wall the High Court overturned a lower court decision allowing the money to be spent while the legal fight continues and while the battle isn't over yet the president is already declaring victory CNN's Sara Westwood joins us now from the White House to break it all down for us Sarah well Fred this is absolutely a win for this administration but it could be just a temporary one the Supreme Court ruling the Trump administration can go ahead and start using that 2.5 billion dollar sum and reprogrammed pentagon funds to start construction of the wall while this lawsuit trying to prevent it worked its way through the lower courts what the Supreme Court did not make any kind of decision on whether or not the Trump administration will ultimately be allowed to use that money for construction of the wall now that money was supposed to be used for personnel recruitment aircraft upgrades training for Afghan security forces but now because of president Trump's declaration of a national emergency earlier this year that will be used to construct the border wall it will allow President Trump to start making progress on one of his biggest unfulfilled promises of the 2016 campaign that could have been a vulnerability for him on the campaign trail but for now Fred he is able to inoculate himself against that and start to move forward on the construction of more new sections of wall mm-hmm and now you've got the president also taking time out to attack via Twitter attack congressman Elijah Cummings calling Elijah Cummings district disgusting rodent infested and filthy the reaction is now pouring in from Cummings and even from the House Speaker that's right Fred Democratic chairman of the House Oversight Committee Elijah Cummings responding to the president's attacks on Twitter this morning writing mr. president I go home to my district daily each morning I wake up and I go home and I fight for my neighbor's it is my constitutional duty to conduct oversight of the executive branch but it is my moral duty to fight for my constituents the House Speaker Nancy Pelosi also joining a wave of Democrats that's just growing and growing this morning and condemning the president's attack she took to Twitter to write congressman Cummings is a champion in the Congress and the country for civil rights and economic justice a beloved leader in Baltimore and deeply valued colleague we all reject racist attacks against him and support his steadfast leadership now President Trump and Congressman Elijah Cummings actually have a pretty complicated past it was back in 2017 that congressman Cummings said he told President Trump that sometimes his rhetoric towards African Americans can be offensive President Trump at one time had sort of an affection for Cummings of course they have occasionally throughout the past couple of years sparred now this current episode was sparked when Cummings went after president Trump's acting DHS had in a hearing earlier this week and President Trump seemed to be responding to a Fox and Friends segment Fred that depicted dilapidated parts of Baltimore just before President Trump sent that tweet front all right Sarah Westwood at the White House thank you so much as talk more about all this I want to bring in brian Stelter CNN's chief media correspondent and host of reliable sources this is a third weekend in a row where the president you know has attacked Democratic Congress members of color it's starting you know with his racist tweets about you know the squad and you know going back to you know countries from which they came three out of four were actually u.s. born you know what's behind this latest rant however and singling out congressman Elijah Cummings in your view yeah I think the racist connotations of these newest tweets cannot be denied either Fred because this is part of a pattern that we've seen in recent weeks and it is part of a pattern that goes back many years where the president exaggerated Serban crime says to African Americans what the hell do you have to lose other than voting for me there's been a long pattern of his comments with regards to Americans who live in inner-city areas and African Americans who live in inner-city areas there are factual inaccuracies with his tweets and then there are the moral and ethical problems but this could clearly come from a fox news segment earlier today as Sarah mentioned an hour after there was a fox news segment on their pro-trump talk show talking about the conditions in West Baltimore which is a poverty-stricken neighborhood with severe poverty and really troubling conditions the segment really focused only on that part of Cummings district and showed pictures from that area and it's very clear the president saw that segment and tweeted as a direct result well the president missed factually visit Cummings has a big district parts of Maryland by the way I'm from Maryland I lived near his district rural areas suburban areas yes urban areas it's a big area it's been heavily gerrymandered so there were factual mistakes to the president's attack and then there were the moral issues the ethical issues when he tries to target an african-american congressman and describes the man's district as crime-infested the word infested of course has deeply disturbing connotations in history so there are issues here I think on multiple levels factually morally and unfortunately it's more of the same from the president he hears things on Fox he reacts with racially some with racist tweets and yeah it's unfortunately more the same yeah there's a pattern he off the users already infested when you're talking about you know Latino people talk about Mexicans talking about black people I mean that that pattern is there there have been a lot of tweets who have come you know whether it be from Pelosi as well as on the campaign trail you know Kamala Harris saying I'm proud our campaign headquarters and is in representative Elijah Cummings district Baltimore has become home to my team and it's disgraceful the president has chosen to start this morning disparaging this great American city I mean while the president may be inspired by you know programming on another network I mean at the at the core is still the president you know willing to be on full display you know and kind of let it all hang out and and be hateful I mean there there isn't another way to put it why you know does the president continue to believe that this is beneficial to him I think it's because a lot of people that a read his tweets some of his greatest fans don't have the full context they see what he posts they take it as gospel they move on with their day in some cases his words back up existing prejudices if you only know Baltimore from the riots in 2015 which were partly in Cummings neighborhood it within Cummings broader district if you'll only know Baltimore from that then you might have a very warped view of what the city of Baltimore actually is an incredibly historic and and wonderful city within again a broader district where you've got small towns you've got great suburbs it's actually a really diverse really interesting district but the president's only hearing these snapshots on Fox News that are really designed to make him angry and and resentful and the roots of this are in the border crisis with Cummings taking a stand challenging Border Patrol officials earlier this month the Baltimore Sun newspaper is pointing out that the roots of these tweets are in the idea that Cummings has been trying to hold the executive branch accountable and it seems the president now targeting Cummings personally and targeting the entire population of district I don't want to lose sight of those words in the tweet Freddie said no human being would want to live in the seventh District of Maryland yeah hundreds of thousands of dead people would beg to differ yeah it's very insulting very disturbing and you a Marylander I I was born you know but it was Maryland which I largely grew up so I loved it too it's everything they deserve help they deserve support from the federal government yeah they don't deserve hateful tweets from the president right nobody does very sad story coming out of New York a father has now been charged with the death of his twin babies that were found dead inside of a hot car police believe the boy and girl were left there for more than eight hours while their father went to work CNN's Dianne Gallagher joining me now with more on this very heartbreaking a situation what do we know about all the circumstances surrounding this tragedy read this story is so difficult because this is a family that no matter what it's broken right now right I mean this mother has lost her twin one-year-old children a little boy and a little girl and her husband is now charged with two counts of manslaughter and two counts of criminal negligence like you said eight hours in that car police say those one-year-old strapped in the backseat of that Honda while police say their father was at work at the VA hospital that was nearby now according to the father who's name is juan Rodriguez he's 39 years old according to his best friend tympole Barrios they say that he was a social worker at the VA hospital we've talked to the VA hospital they've said they can only confirm due to privacy reasons that Rodriguez worked there but temple mario says that he was a good father they had three children that they had just celebrated those two those two twins just celebrated their first birthday this past month with bubbles and bounce houses and a big neighborhood celebration of those two children's lives the mother now kind of sitting here face what with what happened what is going on here and Fred I know this is on the way somewhere I mean what's the story triumph Elise are saying he the father is the father this was left in the best according to witnesses who were there the father was saying that this wasn't on purpose it was a mistake this is my fault I didn't do this but you would actually be shocked to find out how many I mean there were 58 kids who died in hot cars last year 2018 there have been more than eight hundred over the past 20 years and this is what shocked me almost a quarter of those were in the parking lot of a place of employment while either the parent or the caretaker was at work so it sounds crazy but look we're overworked or underpaid we're sleep-deprived people forget things you got to put something back there remember your kids in the back of the car because it takes only a couple minutes for something like this to happen yeah especially temperatures degrees it and it escalates within seconds yeah all right Dianne Gallagher thank you so much appreciate that all right it is one of the big topics on the campaign trail what should the nation do about immigration the 2020 Democratic presidential candidates have ideas we'll check where they stand on the trail today gearing up for next week's CNN debates seven of them are out of campaigning across the country and one of the biggest issues they are talking about is immigration here's CNN's ed Lavandera what happens here along the u.s. southern border casts a long shadow over the 2020 presidential election and Democrats are pushing their own immigration vision in the age of Trump the president thinks that he can turn people against immigrants in order to distract them from the things that are making it so hard to get ahead in this country right now the constant theme for most Democrats is they are the opposite of President Trump vowing to end what they see as Trump using immigrants to stoke the fears of Americans we can enforce our immigration laws is still a hole or hold on you manatorian obligations in the vanna station the two Texans in the Democratic field cast themselves as some of the strongest voices on this issue in April who Leon Castro the former San Antonio mayor who served as Housing and Urban Development secretary under President Obama was the first to unveil a detailed immigration plan while immigration is also a constant theme of former congressman Beto O'Rourke's campaign stops both as well as many others in the Democratic field call for a pathway to citizenship for undocumented immigrants already in the country citizenship for undocumented immigrants brought to the US as children known as dreamers and funding for more border wall construction they want to close private for-profit immigration detention centers and reform the immigration court system Castro and O'Rourke have clashed over a section of the law that makes it a crime to enter the US illegally Castro wants to repeal the law making illegal entry a simple civil violation they're using section 1325 of that act which criminalizes coming across the border to incarcerate the press the pair and then separate them some of us on this stage have called to end that section to terminate it some like congressman O'Rourke have not I helped to introduce legislation that would ensure that we don't criminalize those who are seeking asylum and refuge in this country the detention of families over the last year has shaped the rhetoric of most Democrats Elizabeth Warren is like most of these candidates calling for families not to be detained while their immigration cases are being processed the Trump administration's hardline approach on reducing the number of undocumented immigrants in the country has inspired some candidates to call for the end of the Immigration and Customs Enforcement Agency we don't need this ice though that's the other thing I should say this ice as it's formed now should be abolished most candidates aren't going that far instead calling for ice to be reformed and some of its immigration enforcement duties to be passed off to other agencies I think it's not just ice it is very clear that the immigration system itself um you've heard some of it and there's a lot more we haven't discussed today is completely broken it's absolutely broken Democrats are facing accusations from President Trump of pushing for open borders and being weak on security it's a question that will follow these candidates and it is part of what this president is trying to do to really miss inform the American people to say that Democrats don't care about border security we have to enforce our laws and keep our borders safe the shadow of the border is casting a deep divide on the presidential campaign trail ed Lavandera CNN Dallas this week special counsel Robert Mahler said Russia is still interfering with the 2020 election and it's happening as we speak he said and at the same time Senate Republicans blocked election security bill so what needs to happen to protect the nation's election security before the first votes are cast welcome back robert muller was grilled about the special counsels report on russian interference in the election for hours on capitol hill this week muller made clear Russians are still interfering in US elections oh it wasn't a single attempt they're doing it as we sit here and they expect to do it during the next campaign I hope this is not ignore the new normal but I fear it is despite that stark warning just one day later the GOP blocked the advancement of two bills aimed at strengthening election security former Secret Service agent under President Obama and CNN law enforcement analyst Jonathan Walker joining me right now from New York so how alarming unsettling what is your reaction to these attempts being blocked to actually you know protect US elections listen it is it the attempts to you know block a very progressive and proactive attempt to provide a comprehensive yo cyber mitigation policy and effecting advance of the election is is disturbing and it leads me to say that we need to shift the focus from you know trying to develop a national policy right now in advance of the election and states need to bear the responsibility to shift the mitigation you know policies and procedures in own it now 465 days in advance of the upcoming general election well you have confidence that that could happen because you know this week this Senate Intelligence Committee report found that Florida officials actually failed to act on any warnings about the 2016 Russian hacking and we also learned that there was a federal lawsuit accusing Georgia election officials of destroying evidence that was quote ground zero for election hacking and possible manipulation of election results so how much confidence do you have in states being able to manage this well Fred there's a lot there but you know what comes down to two parts of it awareness and resourcing for the states it's understanding what are the vulnerabilities that the that the states face we know what the threat is the threat is the is the attack of of our electro electoral system so we know what that threat is it's now understanding each state by state what are the vulnerabilities that they have internally and how are they going to put the proper resourcing against that to mitigate to mitigate the threat the Florida incident is should be a huge warning sign the federal government did warn Florida officials that there were attempts by Russian intelligence to to meddle in their election systems did they have the right resources though to to respond to that alert that's the that's what we need to dissect right now and ensure that that doesn't happen again if the federal government is going to be out there working you know in a collaboration with the states we have to understand how to respond if states don't have the resources we need to figure out a quick pathway on how to get them the proper resources again to protect one of the crown jewels of American democracy is our electoral system all right Jonathan Walker Oh we'll leave it right there for now thank you so much all right coming up a Georgia family now fighting to be together a same-sex couple turns to the courts in hopes of forcing the all right they're calling it flat-out discrimination and now a married same-sex couple in Georgia is suing the US State Department for refusing to recognize their daughter as a citizen Derrick Mize and Jonathan Gregg had their daughter Simone with the help of a surrogate in England last year both fathers are listed on Simone's birth certificate and both fathers are US citizens they're claiming that under those circumstances babies Simone's should be considered a US citizen as well but because of a State Department policy and because this couple is a same-sex couple daughter Simone isn't that is at the core of a lawsuit joining me right now is Avery Freeman a civil rights attorney and law professor and Richard Herman a criminal defense attorney and law professor good to see you both all right so very good so I'm Richard you first you know the the the State Department is the one that is denying or you know recognizing Simone as a US citizen because both of these gentlemen living abroad working for the US State Department least one of them was the child is you know birth in England by way of a surrogate but by way of one of the fathers it is there there is a biological connection to Simone so now help us understand how it is the State Department would be able to deny citizenship of a child which is biologically attached to at least one of those men who are in a legal same-sex marriage I just gotta lay it all out there because it's really really complicated okay Richard it's really it's really not that complicated right now and I'll show you why here what we're seeing is pretty much blatant discrimination by the Department of State and they should know better and you know lawyers spend their whole lives interpreting cases watching precedents starry decisis listening to judges and then advise their clients but under this cult administration where things have been turned upside down you just can't do that here what happened was the State Department turned down a right to get a passport for this little baby that was born from a same-sex marriage now these two men were married in state of New York legally they had the child from the surrogacy in England and when they went to come back to get a passport Department state says no because your same-sex marriage we are going to treat this as if the child was born out of wedlock and therefore different standards because they married their legal married and that is recognized by the United States how is it that the State Department can say that and that would be honored especially when you're talking about you know their the service right specially these individuals while working for the u.s. government and living abroad that's the issue I mean in in 2015 the Supreme Court laid to rest the the constitutional question same-sex marriage is constitutional in 2018-2019 the State Department an agency of the United States government for drinketh think about that is ignoring what the Supreme Court said so under the Fifth Amendment under the Fifth Amendment these two individuals are going forward in a federal district court and frankly a federal district judge will have very little difficulty enjoining stopping granting an injunction against the State Department for what they're doing and frankly I think it's mean-spirited I think it's grotesque the idea that that an agency of the United States government would ignore a four-year-old decision by the Supreme Court and penalize the this couple and frankly babies to moan the child is just wrong and ultimately I think someone needs to be held accountable for so then Richard what is going to be the argument on behalf of the US government or the State Department to be able to say that we don't recognize this as I mean I don't even know what the approach is gonna be is it is it gonna start with we don't recognize this to be a legal marriage or we don't recognize you know the biological connection to the child born abroad I mean how will they how will that they're ignoring they're ignoring the the case that Avery mentioned the United States Supreme Court 2015 recognizing same-sex marriage they're ignoring another Supreme Court decision in 2017 saying same-sex married couples have the same rights as opposite set marriage cup they're ignoring all of that they're trying to do a strict construction interpretation of this particular statute and because they are wanna be in line and show the president who has been showing effort but everything I wonder legally will it be a losing battle because you know of the very precedent of the marriage being legal that there is no legal argument that the State Department has it's not a political issue it is a legal issue and it gets right down to not an agency but some ministerial functionary dholtze at the State Department wanna do it his own way remember the Kim Davis case that Kentucky clerk that wouldn't issue a license because he was against same-sex marriage it's the same thing we need to find out who it is that individual has to go that passport has to issue this case is not complicated any first-year law student would know how to answer it and the State Department is going to be held liable responsible for what they have done here the problem is the problem is Fredd that yes nothing is that certain under this administration subpoenas get issued people ignore them people violate laws they don't get prosecuted you don't know how this is gonna come down Avery you legally okay legally this child should get citizenship she only has a 90 day visa right now and legally under this statute and the law she should because the same civil rights that apply to marry couples apply to same-sex marriage right you would think that what you never yeah it'll Sam's down okay Avery Freedman Richard Herman good to see you all thank you so much all right it is a door-to-door search now in Canada for two teens wanted for murder and then get this those teens maybe unintentionally getting help eluding police

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9 thoughts on “1PM | CNN Newsroom 7/27/19 [FULL] | President Trump Breaking News Today July 27, 2019”

  • Good luck, U.S. I'm European but I feel your pain. We have our own set of clowns to deal with just now. I wish you people all the luck in the world. Vote this gibbering, uneducated, draft dodging, lying, racist, narcissistic, egotistical, sex offending, over sized but tiny handed, imbecile out!! 👍

  • Rohanda Mclaurin says:

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  • Rohanda Mclaurin says:

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  • Russell Berwick says:

    Is Trump the first American presidential Troll? Now all of the Troll grownups, have someone for all of the trolls kids to look up to. Only in America. Cummings for president.

  • Russell Berwick says:

    I also think it's great having plans like Warren. Being a realist, I have to wonder, how will we pay for these plans? No matter what you may label people, it always come's down to, how will we will slice the pie. That's what I want to know, how you think, we should.

  • If Puerto Rico successfully kicked out their corrupt Leader why can't the American people march to the White House and drag him and his goons out

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