4AM | CNN Newsroom 7/27/19 [FULL] | President Trump Breaking News Today July 27, 2019

4AM | CNN Newsroom 7/27/19 [FULL] | President Trump Breaking News Today July 27, 2019

out in battles that play in lower courts despite the challenges President Trump claimed victory he said this in a tweet Wow big victory on the wall the united states supreme court overturns lower court injunction allowing southern border wall to proceed big win for border security and the rule of law and what does that mean well on the campaign trail you know immigration has long been the controversial rallying cry of Donald Trump's campaign and his time at the White House earlier CNN political commentator Scott Jennings explained why this is such a big win and the timing is prime for the u.s. president on this issue number one it's a political victory at a time when the president had come under some attack for not building the wall so now he's going to be able to check that box number two it also comes at a time when the most recent gallup poll shows that immigration has gone back to the top of the list of the issues that the American people care about the most so this is kind of riding the wave of public opinion right now showing the president being responsive to that number three I think it validates the president's position he has said the border issues have been a crisis and a national emergency all along since he declared national emergency and everybody held about it what has happened thousands of more people have come we've all seen that it is an actual emergency so he's validated on that and one final political win here I think this Supreme Court decision based on my Twitter feed tonight is gonna bathe the Democrats into saying some pretty dumb stuff at this week's CNN debates they've already become extremists on immigration and I think it's going to get even worse on your debate stages this week nearly twenty US states along with rights and environmental groups are in border communities they're backing lawsuits that claimed president Trump's emergency declaration violates violates the Constitution the American Civil Liberties Union slammed the courts decision saying this this is not over we will be asking the federal appeals court to expedite the ongoing appeals process proceeding to halt the irreversible and imminent damage from Trump's border wall and lest we forget using billions of dollars of taxpayer money it's not exactly what mr. Trump has pitched to his supporters in the past Mexico is going to pay for the wall Mexico will pay for the wall and Mexico is going to pay for the wall and who's gonna pay for the wall who's gonna pay for the wall no US taxpayers through defense budget will pay for that wall the other big win for mr. Trump on immigration a deal that was stuck with struck with Guatemala with the threat of tariffs now off the table Guatemala agrees to a deal with the u.s. asylum seekers traveling through Guatemala will have to apply for asylum there if they decide to claim asylum at the US border they will be returned to Guatemala mr. Trump called the deal a win for both countries listen we've been dealing for many years I would say with Guatemala and with other countries and we are now at a point where we are we just get along and they're doing what we've asked them to do and I think it's going to be a great thing for Guatemala they don't want these problems either so we were able to get this done and we got it done fairly quickly but this is after many many years Mexico also is working along with us very nicely I mean tremendously actually you'll see a chart where the numbers are really through the through the floor I should say because they're going down the deal will likely be challenged in court with critics saying Guatemala is one of the most dangerous countries in the world not a safe place for asylum seekers putting immigration aside now there is still the threat of impeachment hanging over the White House the House Judiciary Committee has filed a suit to get secret grand jury information from the Russia investigation the reason they say they need it to decide whether to impeach President Trump our sunlen Serfaty has this report now from Capitol Hill Democrats on the House Judiciary Committee are going farther than ever admitting the investigation they are already conducting into President Trump could lead to recommending articles of impeachment against him without the full house ever formally voting for an inquiry in fact we are going to see what remedies we could recommend including the possibility of artists clip impeaching we're not limited to that a committee filing a lawsuit in federal court to get the underlying grand jury material from former Special Counsel Robert Mahler's report arguing quote the committee is conducting an investigation whose purposes include determining whether to recommend articles of impeachment committee chairman Jerry Nadler now openly threatening impeachment proceedings the house must have access to all the relevant facts and consider whether to exercise its full article one powers including a constitutional duty power of the utmost gravity recommendation of articles of impeachment while also readying a second court case to compel former White House Counsel dawn McCann to comply with his subpoena this court filing is the first time that you're seeing us Telegraph to the court that one of the remedies we have is impeachment I would say we are in an impeachment investigation this comes as a 100 Democrats support opening up an impeachment inquiry and as some are growing impatient with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi strategy worried the window for starting impeachment proceedings may be closing no I'm not trying to run after pot let's get sophisticated about this okay we won't proceed when we have what we need to proceed not one day similar but pressure is growing behind closed doors from top deputies like chairman Adler who has pleaded with Pelosi privately to allow him to lean into impeachment we may decide to recommend the articles of impeachment at some point we may not that remains to be seen and there's no point speculating on whether the speak or anybody else will agree with our decision at that point meantime Pelosi also trying to minimize another party rift I don't think there was any shit meeting one-on-one with progressive freshman alexandria Ocasio cortez for the first time in months I've always felt I again just like you're in a family and a family you have your differences but you're still family after the two have been openly feuding for weeks speaker respect and amid this debate over impeachment the house is now heading into a six week long recess where members will be hearing directly from their constituents this could be a key moments for the Democrats and could go a long way in shaping the narrative around impeachment for when they return here in Washington in September sunlen Serfaty CNN on Capitol Hill let's put this all into focus now with James boys James a professor of International Political Studies at Richmond University joining this hour from our London Bureau good to have you with us James good morning George so it's being called an impeachment investigation rather than an impeachment inquiry so whether that's a matter of nuance or splitting hairs the bottom line here is there is an effort underway to get secret information from the Moller report to help Democrats decide whether to impeach President Trump so why the ambiguity here here if it's happening James why haven't they just said it's happening well it is quite remarkable isn't it you do have clearly a great rift within the Democratic Party between the leadership in the form of Nancy Pelosi and several of her individuals who should be here key lieutenants people like Jerry Nadler for example the chairman of the Judiciary Committee they're the extent of that rift I think is cause for great celebration in the White House if you had a more United Democratic party who could quite frankly line up all their ducks effectively and get this sorted out I think the White House will be in considerable more trouble the hearing with robert muller this week of course was being touted as being a turning point it had been delayed to allow the Democratic members of Congress to get their game faces aren't effectively and make sure that tear hearing was going to be quite devastating I think most people would agree that actually that hearing was more disappointing quite frankly to those seeking to impeach President Trump and as a result what we're now seeing is chairman Adler realizing that clearly their star witness will not suffice they're going to have to go after the raw material that he based his report upon so you know this is definitely going to be an interesting dilemma for the courts to decide whether to unseal this documentation you know not all Democrat it clearly not all want to impeach go forward with the impeachment process many fear that it could energize the president's base others are worried that it could force Democratic candidates running for president to talk impeachment rather than talk about the table top issues that will be in so important to come the 2020 election do you see this as a losing hand for Democrats or could this be a win could it help them well that's the six million dollar question in a moment and it certainly is one which is splitting the Democratic Party clearly Nancy Pelosi has her issues with regard to this believing that Democrats win when as you say they talk about table top issues issues to do with the economy etc etc the the other side of that as you're hearing from other Democrats is that there is a constitutional responsibility to move ahead with this clearly I think speaker Pelosi is of the opinion that quite frankly right now the the maths on Capitol Hill do not support a successful impeachment but of course going back to some 20 years to when Bill Clinton was impeached it could be the said the same thing then that there was no doubt that Republicans controlling the house could very easily and did impeach Bill Clinton but there was no chance effectively of him being removed from office even though they controlled the Senate at that point there was never going to get enough Democrats just to move away from supporting bill twins so the question is whether you should move forward on this knowing that there is a certain outcome and of course even when there were moves against Richard Nixon in the 1970s it was only at the last minute when the smoking gun tape emerged that sufficient numbers of demo Republicans on Capitol Hill deserted Richard Nixon that he chose to to resign so impeachment is far more about politics and is about law and of course the impeachment is only the beginning of a process simply impeaching a president just not guarantee his removal from office many Democrats saying it rather than focus on impeach but focus on the election that's coming up that they say is the place to to beat the president let's pivot just for a moment here to talk about the president's big wins on immigration in Guatemala for sure but so at the Supreme Court the court giving his administration the nod to use funds from the Defense Department by overturning a lower court ruling how does that play for president Trump as he moves on to the campaign trail and as shares that with his base well there's no doubt about it that Donald Trump has been very successful in presenting all decisions as overriding successes for him and his administration on the one hand we can rightly say as you are reporting that he has got this successful positive ruling from a Supreme Court on the other hand as you were also reporting very clearly he is always said that the Mexicans will pay for this very clearly that is not going to be the case I doubt quite frankly that he'll be making any reference to the second element of that and we're focusing entirely upon the first aspect of that what did you remember of course that this is not a simple left-right issue the Democratic Party in the past have long been supporters of having border security almost half of the border is already secured by some degree of a fence or a wall and it will be interesting to see just how much of this funds go into extending those existing borders or how much are just going to be replacing existing territorial toriel borders which are in place and perhaps need fixing Donald Trump has gone down to the border in the past and stood in front of new sections of the wall which have in the past just been replacing other elements of a fence which for example Barack Obama and Bill Clinton had put in place so the extent to which this new funding generates new actual border will be of great significance I think James boys with perspective for us life of London James thank you thank you and of course you don't want to miss the CNN Democratic presidential debates next Tuesday and Wednesday nights Dana Bash Don Lemon and Jake Tapper moderate July 30th and 31st beginning at 8:00 p.m. on the US East Coast only here on CNN now to Hong Kong where thousands of people are protesting in the streets this hour they are coming together in a small town on the border with mainland China making their voices heard you see this live image right now 4:14 p.m. there in Hong Kong people on the streets they're protesting after they were attacked by mobs wearing white shirts wielding iron bars and bamboo sticks at least 45 people were hurt and about a dozen people were arrested CNN's Kristie Lou Staudt is with the protesters and joins us live this hour in Christia what do you see there what's happening behind you the side hi George I made you and Logan the far north palm college and in the last hour we have seen a significant increase in the number of protesters who are here and this is an unlawful protest take a look at the number of people here all of them risking arrest as they come out in force the organizer had asked police for permission to take her in this protest the police denied permission saying that they would not be able to control the scene this is the scene today and they're out here because of the events that took place last weekend those brutal scenes of allah chaos have resolved those mobs of men wearing white t-shirts wielding sticks and just brutally beating up pastors by journalists and protesters 45 people were hospitalized five in serious condition one critically injured a couple days ago the Hong Kong Police announced that 12 people were arrested and conviction to those attacks of whom nine are believed to have background with the Triads organized criminal groups here Hong Kong by the protesters here they're not only angry about the triad involving those ugly scenes last weekend but also what they perceive as police response at the Creason to be reluctant to get involved with a young adult and reluctant to arrest people on the scene earlier this week they've heard from the police commissioner Steven Lowe of Hong Kong who defended the police action as well as condemning the violence and he said that the police were not able to be deployed right away because they were concentrated on Hong Kong Island but you can tell the protesters here they are not buying again and earlier today Georgia spoke to some protesters about why they've gathered here risking arrest to take part in this assembly this is what they had to say we don't trust the police Hong Kong police anymore because now they are cooperate with the cancer to against us to the for the protester and they hit it without any reason what would satisfy you to let them hear our voice I don't know if they're gonna respond or I don't think they're gonna answer anything but we want them to hear our voice and hear what we want and let them know that we aren't we're not just gonna surprise or solve and just be silent that this is not the way this is not Hong Kong there are people of all ages here participating in this unlawful assembly but there are quite a number of young people earlier today also spoke to a group of masked middle school boys boys who are 14 15 16 years old I asked him about why they were taking part in this protest they said it was because they were against what the police did last weekend because they also want freedom and also asked for universal suffrage and Georgia seemed said the protest today has very much changed from when it began two months ago at the beginning of this big long hot summer of protests here in Hong Kong starting from a single issue about the extradition bill it has turned into a challenge the political institutions of Hong Kong and people really questioning the Hong Kong police force as well back to you misty Lou Staudt live for us following this Christie will stay in touch with you as these protests continue still ahead here on CNN NEWSROOM two close allies look ahead at a post brexit relationship the US president and the new British prime minister talked up trade in their first phone call the latest from London West president by phone on Friday the two discussed working out a free trade deal after Britain leaves the European Union for brexit president Trump has long been an outspoken fan of Boris Johnson but this is believed to be their first time to speak since mr. Johnson moved into number 10 Downing Street CNN salma Abdul Aziz is following the story live in our London Bureau good to have you with us oma what more can you tell us about the conversation between these two who again have already known each other they have a relationship and seem to be aligned on many issues well George after that phone call President Trump did tell reporters that they were speaking about a very substantial trade agreement he went on to say that trade between the countries could increase by three four even five times unclear where he got those numbers and he went on to say that the trade between the UK and the u.s. had actually been impeded by the EU so this is very good of course from Prime Minister Johnson who wants to kind of turn away from Europe and towards other countries towards the u.s. for the future of the UK but here's the catch Boris Johnson and the UK cannot negotiate any trade agreements outside the EU until they actually leave the EU so we have that deadline of October 31st that is his first challenge that is his first hurdle and there is a lot at stake here very limited options he's said that he will try to renegotiate with Brussels but EU officials have already said they're not going to renegotiate what they've set up with the withdrawal agreement and the backstop that they've worked on for three years now with Prime Minister Mae's administration he's offered to crash out on October 31st on No Deal brexit but Parliament looks to ready to block that possibility so if No Deal if no-no-no negotiations rather than his only option is a general election so yes Boris Johnson will make a lot of this relationship from across the pond he will try to tout that but that's not going to save him from the crisis at home George well you know you speak about the UK not being able to negotiate until it's out of the EU the EU certainly has certain standards on agriculture on food many different things and the UK presently is in line with those standards here's the thing the Prime Minister again as you point out is pointing to a bright spot post brexit something going on back there Solomon's work that out some Abdul Aziz thank you again and hoping everything is going to be just fine with that sound going off in the background police in Canada they are expanding their search on the hunt for two murder suspects in a small rural community they're knocking on every door in the central province of Manitoba that is where the suspects were last seen Meredith wood has more on the manhunt and how it's affecting the town some people just don't feel safe leaving their house we're all a little bit freaked out you know a tight-knit community where people leave their doors unlocked now on edge the possible presence of two suspected killers on the run has rocked the normally sleepy town of Gilliam Canada the only difference I think is that people are locking their doors you know at night and during the day well we like I got grandkids in town and stuff like that I mean I don't sleep at night the last known sightings of kin MacLeod and briars Kaminsky in the area has caused a swarm of authorities from all across Canada to take over the town as the hunt for the two teen murder suspects intensifies investigators will conduct door-to-door canvasses authorities are vowing to leave no stone unturned searching trains and braving brutal tough terrain investigators are also exploring the possibility that the suspects may have inadvertently received assistance in leaving the area police want anyone who may have accidentally helped the teens to come or word warning that the pair are considered armed and dangerous and may have changed their appearances yeah – got caught and taken care of I'm Meredith wood reporting protesters are marching in Hong Kong for the eighth straight week this time again they're standing up against violent armed mobs that attacked them last week still ahead a look at how criminal gangs are connected plus the you welcome back to viewers here in the United States and around the world you're watching CNN NEWSROOM live I'm George Howell what the headlines were following for you this hour the US Supreme Court has ruled that for now the US president can use the two and a half billion dollars in Pentagon funding to build his border wall a lower court had blocked the president's move but it's not over as the appeals process is still yet to be heard House Democrats are ramping up their call for impeachment the House Judiciary Committee filed the suit to get secret grand jury information from the Russia investigation it's also moving to enforce a subpoena for the former White House Counsel Don McGann to testify President Trump spoke by phone on Friday with Boris Johnson their first conversation since mr. Johnson became the new British prime minister Downing Street says the two leaders agreed to pursue a free trade deal after the UK leaves the European Union in brexit protesters in Hong Kong they are out in the streets in force rallying in the town of Porter town where violent violence broke out just last Sunday that's when mobs have been carrying iron bars and other weapons attacked protesters for nearly an hour police have denied authorization for the demonstrations saying they pose a threat to public safety some of those men who carried out the attacks on the Hong Kong protesters last week are suspected of having links to organized crime groups known as triads in my work shoes I'm not your target I asked them not to beat me but they didn't listen Calvin so is a restaurant worker who says he doesn't take part in political protests but the scars on his back till of the savage beating he took as the pole wielding men targeted a train station last weekend he was one of 45 people hospitalized as pro-democracy activists and passers-by were caught up in the violence Hong Kong police have arrested 11 men and leaf firms to triad games the only ruffle money so where for the money they would go and whoever they pay then they would take the job in Hong Kong's new territory is home to rural and working-class communities on the fringe of the city experts say triad crime is made possible through links with local government oh god cannot Hong Kong can not get me that riot the violence last weekend Stokes rumors that pro-beijing officials may be using their connections with triads to intimidate demonstrators I think it is you off that tactic deployed by the central government the Beijing government to strengthen Hong Kong people that's hard to prove Hong Kong's police and government have denied any collusion with criminals what's more likely according to a CNN source with direct knowledge of how triads operate is that strong men in the New Territories support the status quo and hired low-level thugs to scare protesters away from the business interests but that's all cold comfort to protest organizer and lawmaker 82 there are more personal strat to me against me that if I do not stop provoking citizens to protect to illustrate that I will be murdered this week China's military said that if asked by Hong Kong it could deploy troops to the strip who says that Chinese soldiers are not as frightening as triumph if boa is deployed on the street that we can go back home and still be safe but if Beijing and Hong Kong government allow stuck rules in Hong Kong to replace the position of police then we cannot have our normal life be back as the city of seven million braces for even more protests many are just wanting their normal lives back Anna Coren CNN Hong Kong in South Korea two people were killed when the upper floor of a nightclub collapsed Yonhap news agency reports it happened in the southwestern city of gwangju rescue officials say 17 people were injured including foreign athletes who were participating in the world aquatics championship people were reportedly dancing when the roof came down and that many people were pinned under the rubble in the Philippines at least eight people were killed when twin earthquakes struck several hours ago the US Geological Survey saying a 5.9 magnitude tremor and an aftershock rocked the north and northern province some buildings were reduced to rubble in the popular tourist region in one area residents were forced into the streets after a church was damaged Iran has released some of the crew members aboard the Panamanian flag oil tanker it seized earlier this month it also granted consular access to crew members of a separate British flag vessel that was seized last week our Matthew Chance has more on these developments plus reports that Iran has test-fired a ballistic missile well firstly there's been no confirmation from Iran that any weapons test has taken place but an unnamed US official has told CNN that a mid-range ballistic missile was fired by Iran from a base in the south of the country the official said it landed a thousand kilometers at 600 miles to the north in an area near the Iranian capital at no point official added was shipping or any US base under threat under the terms of its international commitments the Iranian missile tests on banned but the country's growing missile program is one of the reasons that the United States pulled out of the Iranian nuclear deal last year Washington wants to see curbs on Iranian missile development u.s. intelligence officials say the latest test-fire was part of Iran's efforts to improve the range and accuracy of those missiles on the issue of possible negotiations US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has suggested that he would be willing to travel to Iran if necessary telling Bloomberg Television we'd welcome the opportunity to speak directly with the Iranian people Iran and the u.s. have both indicated a willingness in principle to negotiate but there are few signs at this stage of that happening soon have been some developments with the British flag tanker seized by Iran and Straits of Hormuz last week it's still being held by Iranian authorities but consular access has finally been granted to the crewmembers the Iranian ambassador in London has confirmed that 18 of the crew who are Indian have been visited describing their condition as very calm with no sense of panic Indian officials say the crew are safe and doing fine Matthew chance CNN in Abu Dhabi President Trump says that he's not overly concerned by North Korea's recent tests of two short-range missiles that's despite the fact that Pyongyang explicitly said the tests were intended as a solemn warning to South Korea here's what the US president had to say about it on Friday their short-range missiles and my relationship is very good with Chairman Kim and we'll see what happens but they are short-range missiles and many people have those missiles he didn't say a warning to the United States I can tell you that he didn't say a warning to the United States but they have their disputes the two of them have their disputes they've had them for a long time but he didn't say that but they are short-range missiles and very standard missiles the timing of the missile tests is significant because the United States and South Korea will soon hold joint military exercises Pyongyang views those exercises as rehearsals for an invasion of North Korea the question would you take wine advice from someone who does not drink wine why the US president says French wine is not as good as American wine the US president Donald Trump is proposing a tariff that many wine drinkers may find very hard to swallow he suggested putting a tariff on French wines in retaliation for France's new 3% tax to be imposed on the earnings in France of US tech companies France put on a attacks on our companies you know that and wrong wrong thing to do they should not have done it so I may do that I may I've always liked American wines better than French wines even though I don't drink wine and just like the way they look okay but the American wines the great American wines are great and they didn't do the right thing when they start taxing Eric companies he says he likes the way they look mr. Trump adds the tariffs may be put in place before the upcoming g7 meeting which will be held in France freak weather and the Alps through the Tour de France bike race into chaos on Friday besides hail and ice coming down the storm triggered a mudslide across the tourist path so the race was halted about 18 miles or 25 kilometers from Friday's finish line officials are modifying the course for Saturday Donner Adele has more on this the Tour de France this year has been unpredictable and exhilarating and we always knew that Friday's alpine stage was going to be exciting but very few could have predicted the drama that unfolded on the mountainside and he likely means the French hopes of celebrating a homegrown winner for the first time since 1995 have been dashed the frenchman julian ella philippe began the day wearing the leader's yellow jersey but he fell behind during the stage his plan though was to try and win it back on the descent but he never got the chance horrendous weather rendered parts of the course around Valdiserri impossible as hail storms covered the road in ice snow plows were immediately dispatched to try and clear the way that it was in vain and not only that we also had the extraordinary sight of rocks and mud slipping down the mountain and completely blocking the road as well and you can see from the panic among those who witnessed it that this was serious the world's best cyclists were hurtling down the mountain towards them just a couple of minutes away if End organizers really didn't have long to think about it they had to stop the race but it was chaotic General Director Christian Prudhomme was left to reason with furious cyclists who didn't yet understand the magnitude of the dangers ahead with the stage abandoned the decision was taken to credit the riders for the work they'd already put in meaning the columbian rider ECAM Bernal now has the yellow jersey and look at that he was totally overcome with emotion the truth is I can't describe what I'm feeling right now there's a lot of emotion and I can't stop myself crying I'm so happy tomorrow is a very important day and I hope to be able to defend the yellow jersey all the way to Paris there are now just two stages remaining but only one more in which to race it is tradition at the Tour de France that they don't compete on the way into Paris on Sunday with a 48 second deficit ala Philippe seems to accept that his dreams of winning are over they certainly are for another French rider thibaut pinot who pulled up with a thigh injury in tears the Tour de France is a grueling test of endurance he'd been in the saddle for almost three weeks and roughly 2,000 miles the finish line was nearly in sight he was devastated to leave the race like that it really was a miserable day for France but the drama could hardly have been more compelling back to you Dan Rudolph thank you the weather just you know really shocking in that situation and extreme heat across Europe record shattering temperatures and now the heat shifts north yeah impacted the cyclists and in the Tour de France this week you better believe it too we start talking about shattering records all-time record temperatures and we just want to recap really what happened where the weather's going where the majority of the heat is going and what's to the forest fires in the Arctic Circle more on that just a second check out this mercury and the thermometer climbing way past 40 degrees in the Netherlands so the World Meteorological Organization they have to review all the all-time record heat records that were set yesterday well I should say Thursday and they've come back now and have included the United Kingdom in the hottest day on record for the 25th of July 38.7 degrees recorded in the Cambridge region that was actually warmer than the deadly heatwave that struck in 2003 38.5 degrees was the temperature there and it surpassed the July record which we originally thought had broken but we did not believe it was the all-time record and now we know that it was also included in that dubious list of the Netherlands as well as Brussels and into Germany as well don't look at this the the the heat was incredible we're talking about 1015 degrees Celsius higher than what it should be this time of year the mercury of the thermometer climbed to 108 degrees in Paris on Thursday set in an all time record as well so now we've got a cooling trend that's settled in from the Atlantic low pressure and a cold front but this is also putting the squeeze on the heat so that shifts a little further north so places like Scandinavia look at these temperatures it's about the difference between the average high and the actual temperature that is forecast for the day so this is a significant departure from normal for places like Stockholm in to Oslo so if you're traveling there be prepared for heat but the cool weather is coming and that it's going to bring some relief into those areas as well as we head into the first parts of next week the heat will really be confined to the Mediterranean where it should be this time of year you can see the break in the heat for many of the large cities Paris as they end off the Tour de France this weekend and we're talking about the Arctic Circle with the month of June being the warmest on record across the planet it looks like July may also be the warmest of July on record it has sparked hundreds of wildfires in the Arctic Circle this is a satellite image coming from Russia you can see some of the fires the smoke getting wrapped up in a large storm system across the region and unfortunately this has created a very bad air pollution problem we're talking about 50 gaya' tons of co2 emissions into the Earth's this fear that by the way is equivalent to Sweden's annual co2 emissions just from one month's worth of wildfires in the Arctic Circle incredible to see what's happening there with the heat


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