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♪ #make america great again >> too funny. thank you so much for joining us. we'll see you tomorrow night. "ac360" starts right now. good evening. thank you for joining us. a lot happening including breaking news including jared, the subway sandwich guy. and major developments tonight for the two biggest nail in campaign 2016. donald trump and hillary clinton. she addresses the allegations about how she hand e-mails when she was secretary of state and we'll bring you her remarks shortly. he gets another boost in the polls. take a look. new cnn numbers showing mr. trump out front by double digits nationwide among republican voters. 24% to jeb bush's 13% with everyone else in the single digits. that's a huge lead. a growing lead and it is not the only reason for donald trump to be pleased. tonight, tom foreman has been
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looking at the numbers and joins us now. >> it seems like republican voters on every issue are increasingly falling in line behind donald trump. who should handle the economy? 45% say it should be donald trump. who should handle immigration issues in 44% say donald trump. who should handle isis and problems with terrorism? 32% say donald trump. this is also turned into a rout on the favorability question here. 57% of republican men now saying they have a favorable opinion of trump. 60% of republican women saying they have a favorable opinion of donald trump. and that is what has produced the very number you mentioned a moment ago. the idea that he is now at 24% in terms of people who would vote for him right now in the horse race. >> how does the rest of the field compare? >> you mentioned a moment ago what's happening with bush. he is the only one in striking range. 13%. that's not a robust position. everyone else, they're all lagging far behind right now.
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>> is there any sign that trump has been hurt by any of the statements you made about women or illegal immigrants? >> everyone thought he would be. i want to you look at something. if i bring in a graph and we talk about back in may when he was just saying, he might run for office. back then, only 3% of people out there said they would vote for him. everybody else was in front of him basically. then he actually announced, and remember, he made the explosive comments about people coming across the mexican border saying they are drug dealers and rapists. saying that would be poison to his campaign. look at the numbers. it jumped up higher to 12%. then he made the comments about john mccain saying he was only a war hero because he got captured. everyone said that's the end of the trump campaign. look what happened. the numbers jumped again and he started leading the race. now he made the comments about a breast feeding woman being disgusting and all the things that they said would poison his
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campaign and look at the latest numbers. he has jumped to a commanding lead. there is one thing here everyone has to bear in mind. one other number. when you talk about the general election, actually winning the white house, and you ask those very same republican who's are so excited about donald trump right now. would you have a better chance of winning that race with someone other than trump, big number here, 58% say yes. for all good news in here for trump, that is bad news for this campaign. >> thanks very much. just for complete accuracy, i believe it was not a breast feeding woman. it was an attorney who said she wanted to pump for breast milk for her infant. trump claims it was in front of him. she said she wanted to do it outside. a lot to talk about including the criticalry notion which you just mentioned that donald trump
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is the front-runner and also his being the candidate. also, amanda carpenter, former communications director for ted cruz and nia-malika henderson. poll after poll all showing trump maintaining his lead. the others struggling against him. at what point do americans have to accept this is really happening? that his dominance is maybe not some summer fling. >> he is leading in the cnn nationwide polls, the iowa polls, the new hampshire polls. what is particularly fascinating about the cnn poll, it includes a good number of independents who run as republicans. and if you look at the number donald trump is using in places like michigan where he is messaging jobs in the contech of how china and mexico are hurting american workers by manipulating
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currency, cheating on trade rules, ending illegal immigration, this is aimed at the working class voter that i think has been abandoned by the democratic party and causing the people in the republican party to take a second look and explains the pop that donald trump has do you agree? that this is appealing to what used to be reagan democrats? >> no. no. no. >> he's appealing to angry white men. which we call them now republicans. >> high favorabilities among gop women there. >> god bless them. look. i couldn't be happier. this is if you wereification of the republican party. i'm always amazed. i have republican friends who look me in the eye with a straight face and say trump doesn't represent the republicans. wait, he is the republican candidate leading among republicans in the republican polls. he is the republican party. he definals it. i'm curious.
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i don't think he will be the nominee. god is good to me but not that good. what will croak him? as tom pointed out, first, he was the king of birtherism. that seems to be work republicans. did he accuse mexican immigrants. being rapists and murderers and all that nonsense. he attacked the fox news host for doing her job. he attack john mccain for being a p.o. wsw. what will hurt this guy? if they love all that, what will it take to bring him back down to earth? >> you compare his favorability ratings with jeb bush. his unfavorability has gone up 8 points from a month ago. that can't be good news for the campaign. >> it can't be good news for the campaign. they have decided to wage a tortoise and hare campaign. i think we are going to see something of a shift in the next weeks as the super pac.
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as bush's super pac starts to spend $10 million in the early states. in that way they want to get the message out, that he is conservative too. i think the bet is that so far he hasn't been able to fall on his own weight. and people who tried to deck him like rand paul haven't had much success. if they start to make jeb bush's campaign about jeb bush, he is not only electable, he is conservative, maybe that will start to turn the tide a bit. we'll have to see. so far, as paul said, nothing really has worked in terms of putting cold water on this trump bump. >> it is fascinating. people say he doesn't give specifics. he starts to do that. as much as he does, he says he wants to take the oil from iraq. he wants to bring in oil
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companies. he wants to take oil and bomb the hell out of isis. he gave out his immigration plan which was really why pilloried by many in the republican party and they said it doesn't make sense. it is not really feasible. yet you look at the numbers. the voters not only like him. they trust him. they trust him to handle the economy. to tackle isis. to address illegal immigration. i haven't heard one military official saying his military plan against isis is even viable. i think lindsey graham called it insane. do you think any of the other candidates come close to matching him in. >> it is early in the process and they get to hear that he says what he means and he means what he says. he has such a big personality. nothing sticks. and we'll have to see this
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process pull out and give 25% of the vote. >> you've seen the ebb and flow. to answer your own question, if you don't believe that trump will go all the way, what do you believe is going to bring him down? is there any precedent that you can look back on other campaigns and say there was a teflon candidate before but over time, this and this and this, opened voters eyes. >> not really like this. i know a lot of supporters compare him to ronald reagan. ronald reagan was a once in a lifetime talent. but i don't know. what will happen is i think he has a very high ceiling. you said 24 in the poll? he might be able to get there. we say hillary looks weak at 49. that's because she only has three opponents and one that is only one doing very well. so that 49 is not as powerful. 24 looks great in a 17 candidate
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field. it is not going to look as great when you get down to two or three. he may continue to grow. as long as it is republican only. he will do pretty well. at some point you have to run among all americans and he can never be president of the united states. >> is it a fair criticism, it correlates to media coverage. he is more accessible. people want to see him. people want to book him. he is an interesting person to talk to. he likes the cameras. is that a fair criticism? >> in some ways but he has exploited that advantage. he dials up our number and calls to cnn. he has blanltd the airways and the other candidates haven't chosen to do. that they can come on our air as well and be that active in the way that donald trump has been active on twitter as well.
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so you know, in some ways there is a symbolic relationship between trump and the press. i think these other candidates could do themselves some good by getting out there more. so far, it appears like donald trump is sort of the fonzie of this race and everybody else is like richie cunningham. how they change that, i don't know. >> fonzie eventually jumped the shark. but it took many, many years and he was hugely popular for all those years. i was a huge fonzie fan so i can tell you a lot about that. up next, the support that donald trump now enjoys among republican women despite what he said that was brought up during the fox news debate. hillary clinton weighing in on her candidacy. >> i regret that this has become such a cause celebra.
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latest poll numbers show
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trump in the lead. but it should not be surprising, that in and of itself. he has led in virtually every poll for weeks now despite the numerous controversy that's might sink candidates. he defies the laws of political gravity so far. what might be surprising to some including some pundits is that he is doing surprisingly well among republican women. we showed you the poll at the top of the broadcast. that is three percentage points higher than republican men. more now on the women behind those numbers from our randi kaye. >> reporter: donald trump knocking super model heidi klum saying sadly she is no longer a 10. klum fired back this video with the #, heidi trumps trump.
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it seems no matter what trump says about women, more and more republican women like what they see even after blasted fox news' megyn kelly. >> i don't feel like what he says about women is really degrading. i don't. >> reporter: trump supporter heather halterman campaigns in eye watch she's heard it all. writing that gayle collins has a dog face. that he called a female lawyer disgusting for asking to breast feed and that time he called rosie o'donnell a fat loser. >> she came to my wedding. she ate like a pig. the wedding cake was like missing in action. >> he has a lot of great ideas. >> it sounds like what you're saying is that what he says about women is almost secondary to what you think he can do for the country. >> exactly. >> reporter: it doesn't bother you. these are far more important. >> far more important. i feel like as a mom of two young kids, i feel like our
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country is going down the drain. i want to make sure they have a really good future ahead of them. >> reporter: for heather, a good future for her boys includes building a wall at our southern border. >> the overflow of people coming in, i feel is just detrimental to this country. and the middle class is getting wiped out. >> reporter: she also likes that trump is pro israel. sharing this photo of herself with trump and her friend who survived the holocaust. and she agrees with trump. the tax code must be fixed. and the military built up. the college student katy has faith he will improve the job market. so she signed on as his caucus leader. she likes his straight talk and said women should not be ultra sensitive to straight talk. >> if you're in the business, you're playing man's game. you're going to saddle up your boots and take it like a woman, like a cow girl. >> reporter: still, plenty of republican women want to hear
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more from trump. >> donald trump has a lot of work to do in defining the issues that are important to women. and then telling us what he's going to do specifically. >> reporter: kim says republican women like trump because he's not beholden to anyone and his lack of political correctness is like a magnet. >> i think his message of making america great again is something we all want to believe. >> reporter: can donald trump really make america great again? even some supporters aren't sure. but the diehard trump fans are believers. >> he's never been a politician. would you see him talking to world leaders? >> i would be so proud to call him president trump. >> reporter: randi kaye, cnn, iowa. >> let's dig deep entire his political life. with us, cnn political commentator, and the gop strategist close to jeb bush and
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marco rubio. for all the talk about trump's comments about women. how do you account for the number of support among republican women than any other candidate? >> i can't. i stopped trying to make sense out of any of this some weeks ago. it is really a mission impossible. take all the conclusions that logic would have you get to. and turn them upside down. that's where we are in this gop race. and i think the democrats are feeling it too. look, i think that donald trump is tapping into people who are frustrated, who are mad, mad as hell. if you've ever met republican women, you can figure out that they can get just as mad as anybody else, if not more mad. you've dealt with me so i think you may have an idea that that happens. he's appealing to that. he is appealing tom and people are frustrated. and he is to that hymn right
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now. and i think the other candidates need to get the message loud and clear that there is enormous frustration with washington, with politics as usual. with politicians as usual. and they need on figure out how they're going to sell their message and try to stand out as not usual. >> jeffrey, you know the argument that women who vote in the republican primary could help trump get the nomination. does it matter if he doesn't have the same support for moderate or liberal women who vote in the general election? do you buy that or do you see room for growth for him? >> i do see room for growth for him. i asked a woman friend of mine who is a conservative, the very question you are asking here. knowing i was coming on. and she said republican women, conservative women are logical. i'm looking at this poll numbers. it is astonishing to me. i must say. when you asked women who could best handle the economy, he wins by almost 30 points over jeb bush who is the closest to him. and much more over the other
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candidates. and it is similarly true for the different issues. i think it is because donald trump has this reputation as a mister can do. that they are concerned, women are concerned, americans are concerned about jobs about, the economy. that's what they're looking for and this is somebody who has a serious track record that people have been familiar with for years. and he is blunt spoken. as ironically, i think roger ailes wrote a book called you are the message. donald trump is the message. and his success is the message. and i think his audience gets that. >> it is not just that he has the lead among republican women. he is using women's issues to attack his opponents. particularly jeb bush. trump has been all over him about women's health fund cheg later said he misspoke about but trump has been hampering for quite a while. >> listen, he's been hammering everything and everybody. as i told you, it makes no
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sense. one of the things that makes no sense, he has been hammering carly fiorina. carly fiorina has been hammering him for having come out against megyn kelly and some of the things he said about her and carly fiorina has also gone up. so really, it is almost like anything goes. and we just have to stop making sense of it. to me, donald trump is like the perfect storm encampus-related. he has unlimit celebrity name i.d., celebrity status and he is tapping into anger with politics as usual. and he is entertaining. i think you have a little bit of everything going on. i want to see just what level this category this storm gets to. >> yeah. so do a lot of people. we talk a lot about favorability ratings. trump has 60% among republican women. how does he transfer that favorability into actual
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support? actual voters in new hampshire? actual caucusgoers? in iowa? do you think there's a certain amount as people right now saying they know him the most, they say i like him. will they turn up to caucus and to come out? do we know the answer to that? >> yeah. i think we do. i think first of all, he is building a very good organization in iowa. this is under the radar here. he is doing very well in an organizational sense. so i do think, i mean, this is a guy who is results oriented. and i have to believe that he is running this campaign in the same way that he runs the trump organization. i mean, trump tower and all these other, you know, multiple projects didn't appear out of magic. he got them done. he was the driving force. i think that's what's going on here. >> again, fascinating. a quick program note. new day's chris sits down tomorrow with donald trump.
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hillary clinton late today addressed the e-mail controversy that has been dog her campaign and giving ammunition to her opponents. she spoke to her opponents after a town hall meeting in north las vegas, nevada. there were questions about her use of her private server. so what's the latest on this? what did she say about it? >> hillary clinton gave one of her biggest defenses we've heard so far about the e-mail process. she said, look, i did not knowingly read or send any messages marked classified. shen she dug in a little deeper
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and tried to explain once again, yet again, why she used this e-mail server. she talked more at length than before. let's take a listen. >> i take responsibility. this didn't turn out to be convenient at all. and i regret this has become such a cause celebra. that does not change the facts. no matter what anybody tries to say, the facts are stubborn. what did i was legally permitted. number one. first and foremost. okay? number two, i turned over out of an bundance of an attempt to be helpful anything i thought was related. they've already said over 1,200 of the e-mails i gave them had nothing to do with the work. and i know there is a certain level of, you know, sort of
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anxiety or interest in this. the facts are the facts. >> the facts are the facts. the old adage in politics comes into play here. if you're explaining, you're losing. it takes so long to explain exactly what happened and she didn't mention, there are investigations underway. the justice department is investigating this. congressional hearings are going to begin in the fall. she'll have to testify in october. so this is not the end of her explaining. you can just tell, they're trying to go through it. but these facts as she said are stubborn. >> these investigations can go on for a long, long time. she was asked why she tried to wipe her server. >> she was asked if she tried to wyoming her server. and she used a little humor that she tried to inject a little bit lately. it is part of her message to show she is cool and level headed about this. it was a funny moment but perhaps revealing as well. >> my personal e-mails are my personal business, right? >> did you try on wipe the whole
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server? >> i don't -- >> you were in charge of it. did you wipe the server? >> like with a cloth or something? >> i don't know. you know how it works digitally. >> i don't know how it works digitally at all. >> and right there saying i don't know how it works digitally at all is perhaps the question. the fbi has said, they believe they can recover information from that server that was supposedly electronically wiped clean. so we'll see how they do it and if they reveal their findings in the coming weeks. >> she also spoke about immigration, right? >> she did and on this score, she was more than happy to talk about. this this is something democrats believe is a positive for them as they look forward to the general election. she talked about donald trump without naming him specifically. but of course, she too is eager to talk about his immigration plan that he announced yesterday that is echoing throughout this whole presidential campaign. >> what is being said by those
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breaking news tonight. the form he subway spokesman jared fogle is expected to plead guilty to child porn charges. last month officials raided his home in indiana and seized electronics. at the time they said it was related to an earlier investigation into someone who used to work for his organization. what do we know about the charges and what exactly is he facing? >> according to two law enforcement officials, as you mentioned, jared fogle is expected to plead guilty to charges related to possession of child pornography. this come from our law enforcement correspondents. cnn affiliate wxin is reporting the u.s. attorney's office in his home district in indiana will hold a news conference tomorrow to discuss the case. we have reached out to the u.s. attorney's office and to jared
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fogle's attorney. we have not yet heard back. he is one of the best known pitch men in the fast food industry. a little over five week ago there was a surprising scene at his home. federal and local law enforcement officials raided his home them carted off officials and other electronics. and at the same moment the subway chain suspended its relationship with fogle. >> that raid, that was about two months after his foundation's executive director you with a arrested on charges document we know if the two investigations are connected? it seems hard to believe they're not. >> they aren't connected probably on the surface or possibly legally at this time but there could be some connection there, anderson. at the time of the raid last month, subway did issue a statement saying, quote, they believe it is related to a prior investigation of a former jared foundation employee. now at the time, subway did not name the employee. but in may of this year, russell taylor who worked for fogle's anti-obesity foundation was charged with seven counts of producing and possessing child
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pornography. according to the charging document, there were two thumb drives found in russell taylor's home which had child pornography on them. taylor's attorneys are not commenting tonight. >> has the company, i know subway has cut ties last month. have they commented? >> they did cut ties with fogle in about a split second when all of this occurred. this evening, subway did tweet a statement saying we no longer have a relationship with jared. and have no further comment. this is a partnership of, as you know, that had been a huge success for 15 years. they both made a lot of money from each other. jared fogle is said to be worth about $15 million right now. >> thanks very much. appreciate it. joining me now, senior analyst jeffy toobin. what do you make of this? >> he is in a world of trouble. pornography, the government has basically stopped prosecuting adult pornography. if people want to have sex on camera, look at i and buy it,
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that essentially has been decriminalized. but children is a completely different situation. not only is it illegal to produce it but it is illegal to watch it. because the idea is, you know, the people involved in the production of it cannot consent. and the government has been incredibly aggressive about this. and the sentences have been very, very long. so much so that some judges have rebelled and said we don't want to sentence people to 10 to 12 years for looking at pornography but people have gotten those sentences. >> the fact they got the guy that ran fogle's foundation. the charge was not just looking at it. he was producing. >> right. which is really unusual. most child porn as i understand it is produced not inside the united states. it is in eastern europe or in other places where there is less regulation. producing it innocent united states, it does happen but it is very rare.
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>> we don't know if there is any connection between them. the fact that the guy running his foundation is producing child porn and he is -- we don't know. >> we don't know for sure but logic would suggest. >> do people in trial usually plea bargain? >> they usually plea bargain these cases. particularly because of the possession cases. there is almost nothing to try. if they finds the computer, unless you have some elaborate technical explanation for how it got there, which of course most people don't, there is really no defense. and you get somewhat of a benefit on sentencing by pleading guilty as opposed to going to trial. >> appreciate it. thank you very much. as we mentioned, subway is not coming beyond reiterating that it no longer has a relationship with jared fogle. it is a huge reversal of fortune. his name has been synonymous with subway for more than a
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decade. the report on his rise and fall. >> hi. >> long before the world got to know jared fogle as the subway guy, he was an overweight college student willing to try anything to lose weight. he told larry king in 2002 about the moment he hit rock bottom. >> the straw that broke the camel's back for me was getting on the scale. seeing that i weighed 425 pounds. >> 425 pounds. as a junior at indiana university where his story really began. as he tells it, there was a subway sandwich shop next door to where he lived. and one day, jared took a look at the low fat menu. the rest is history. >> if i were to teeth six inch turkey sandwich for lunch and one for dinner, hold the mayo, hold the oil, maybe this could work for me and sure enough it did. >> it worked so well that a college pal who was also the editor of the college newspaper didn't even recognize him when they bumped into each other on
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campus. jared had lost so much weight, his friend insisted he write an article about him and how he did it. the article ran in the april 1999 edition of the indiana daily student. when fogle registered for a class, he based which classes to register on whether he could fit into the classroom seats. the article ended with this quote from jared. subway helped save my life and start over. jared's diet became national news. after men's health magazine included his daily food ritual in an article called, stupid diets that work. jared got the call from subway shortly after that. and by 2000, he was at the center of the sandwich chain's advertising campaign. >> this is jared. he weighed 425 pounds. inspired by subway's low fat sandwiches, he invented a diet of his own. one he called the subway diet. >> reporter: jared claimed to have lost 245 pounds in one year and got very, very rich.
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he was on the road 200 days a year. sharing his weight loss story for subway. and he rarely left home without his famous pants. >> what is it? >> 60 inches. >> you've got your old fat pants. let's have a look at them. >> these are way more famous than i am. if i can't make an event, i extend pants. >> jared has back celebrity in his own life. parodied on saturday night live. and featured on south paw. a life in the spotlight. now coming to an abrupt and disturbing end. randi kaye, cnn new york. coming up, the search for a suspect in the deadly bombing. and an incredible shot of the coast of cape cod. shark versus seal.
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police in thailand are for the suspect in the bombing it killed at least 22 people and injured more than 100. there was a new explosion at a
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pier. thankfully no one was injured. this second bomb that went off, what more have you learned? >> it went off about 18 hours after the first devastating blast. it looks like an awful lot of luck. it looks like it was thrown from a bridge, aimed at a group of people waiting to catch the ferry across the river or tourists waiting for a sight-seeing boat. it bougsed off a pylon and fell into the water where it exploded. if you look at the footage, you can see a big powerful explosion in the water. two people going across the bridge got showered. very, very lucky. police say that was a big explosion. it could have caused a lot more carnage. >> the person in the surveillance video, have
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authorities been able to identify him at all? they've been able to identify him. they're not saying what nationality he is and that could prove critical as to which way the motive goes. he was seen by cctv going into the shrine. he sat down and took his backpack off. put it under the bridge. then ran off. the police are convinced this is man. he has some sort of bandages on his arm. so police are asking the public whether they have seen him, whether they can help identify him. on the record, they're not saying whether he is a tie and they're not saying whether he is linked to any known organization.
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>> anderson, the fda has approved a little pink pill to help increase a woman's sexual drive. the female viagra works much differently than its male counter part. it is taken once a day. cyber security experts stay hack here's stole customer information from the infidelity website ashley have made good on their threat to post the data online. information posted includes customer names, credit card numbers and the amount of money they spent on the site. and take a look at this amazing video from off the coast of cape cod. a great white shark jumps out of the water, trying to grab a seal. you see in it slow motion and it appears the seal got away. >> that's just incredible. ahead, one of the most terrifying and mesmerizing cases in american history. the charles manson murders. this summer marks the 45th
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it's hard to believe but it has been 45 years since one of the most shocking and terrifying cases. the manson murders them went on trial for a string of murders including actress sharon tate. it horrified the nation. the trial was unlike anything that had been seen since then or before. in just a few minutes, sarah hosts an hour-long look back on cnn -- excuse me, face of evil. the charles manson murders. here's a preview. >> history in the making. it was the longest trial that had ever happened in california. >> the 154 volumes of transcript
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bear evidence to what may the most surprising, unusual and difficult trial in years. >> each day, stranger than the last. at one point, charles manson even attacked his own attorney. by the third month, observers thought they had seen it all. >> probably the most dramatic moment in the trial. >> manson talked to the judge saying somebody should cut your head off. and all of a sudden, he leaped from his chair in mid air clutching a sharpened penal eed mid air. >> did people gasp? >> totally. everybody was like stunned.
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>> i don't think his reach was quite that far. but charlie would have killed him for sure. >> sarah joins me now. what do you think it is about this story that has still captivated the nation? >> i was asking myself that. i'm still captivated by it too and we know the details. one is the gruesomeness of the murders. these families have suffered and it was the hollywood jet set lifestyle. and people said if it could happen to them, could it happen to anyone. it is also manson himself. his charisma, his ability to see through you. and how he came across. but also, people wonder, how can this small 5'2" guy who had a long criminal history control people's minds? how was he able to do that? >> it is hard to imagine him having any kind of charisma. he looks so insane and creamepy. he had these followers. it is fascinating to look back.
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i look forward to it. that's starting at the top of the hour. we'll see you at 11:00 p.m. eastern. "face of evil, the charles "face of evil, the charles manson murders" starts now. -- captions by vitac -- a monster -- >> my world! >> a madman. >> i run with a pack of wolves and i got to be a wolf. >> a master mind of one of the most horrific killing sprees in u.s. history. >> what do you think will happen when i get out? >> the savagery that went on that night. it is income pre hencible. >> charles manson transformed a group of young women into vicious killers. >> he was the