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welcome to 7:00 on a sunday. we're go grateful to see you. i am christi paul. >> i am victor blackwell. good morning to you. we begin with north korea test firing another ballistic missile. >> south korea official say north korea fired an intermediate range missile and it was launched from a province in the northwestern part of the country, and this is a missile that traveled 300 miles before it crashed into the sea of
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japan. >> and president trump was hosting prime minister abe in florida, and they each made statements. watch. >> translator: north korea's most recent missile launch is absolutely intolerable. north korea must fully comply with the u.n. security council resolutions. >> i just want everybody to understand and fully know that the united states of america stands behind japan, its great ally, 100%. thank you. >> our team of correspondents and team of analysts are standing by to break this down. matt rivers is live in seoul, south korea, and ryan is our pentagon reporter. >> ryan, talk to us about what you are hearing at the pentagon about the response to this?
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>> that's right. we are starting to see the pentagon tracked this missile through a strategic command, and they have seen this before, and what we are seeing now from mattis is to boost defense in the region. we saw it earlier this month the u.s. military conducted a missile test shooting down a medium range missile, and mattis on his first trip abroad went to south korea where he discussed the new missile defense system getting it in place before the end of 2017. there's a real concerted effort to boost defense systems, so even though this missile could not get ta reach on the continet of the u.s. >> and speaking to michael
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flynn, they talked about options. do we know anything about the options they spoke of? >> it's still a little early to say. of course, i think there are a lot of things being discussed, and one of them is to go to beijing and to go to the u.n. security council to seek potentially a ramped up talk, and trying to help restrain north korea, and that's something that has been the goal of the u.s. policy for sometime dating back to the six-party talks era. we are not seeing anything concrete yet, and the plans for defense missile systems ramped up and were in place before the most recent test and this will add a little urgency to that. >> we appreciate it so much. >> let's bring in christopher hill, a former u.n. ambassador.
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let's start with china. he talked a lot about this during the campaign and weeks ago as the president-elect he talked about it on twitter that china should get involved here, and what degree do you believe china is prepared to ramp up their involvement? >> trying to get china more involved is a long-standing effort by the united states, and frankly, many times we have been disappointed by china's involvement. now, whether they are concerned about north korean collapse and refugees or whether they are concerned a collapse would be a south korea takeover and then a u.s. presence on their border, hard to say. what is clear is that we cannot outsource this to china, and i don't think we will get anywhere with that, but we need to work and china needs to be part of the solution here, and they are right there in the region, and they have close ties with north korea and they could do more.
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i think this really behooves this administration, and really needs to get more involved with china. i think it was a good sign the other day that the two presidents had a good conversation on the telephone, especially to try and put to rest the issue of the one china policy, and now there's going to have to be serious diplomacy and another effort, i think, really to get the chinese onboard. >> so in the absence of elevated or increased involvement from china, we have seen the sanctions from the u.n. have not really acted as effective detourants, and we know the obama administration's strategic patience was not really affective, and what are the options on the table that would most likely, from what we know from president trump, would be the next steps? >> first we need to make sure the chinese are fully
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implementing the sanctions at the u.n., and secondly i think china can do more in terms of the bilateral sanctions, and the financial sector, and i think we need to do more there, and then probably in the energy sector. i think china can really put heat, so to speak, on the north koreans by blocking some fuel shipments, so there are more things that need to be done there, but there needs to be strategic trust between china and the united states. when you call into question things like the one china policy, which is a bedrock issue, the chinese kind of pull away and say, can we really do business with this administration? so i think it's very important that they re-establish the strategic trust with china and work through with the issues. it's very important to understand, as your earlier
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piece suggested, it's a great occasion to have the japanese prime minister abe with the president this weekend, but he needs to reach out to the south koreaens. >> let's go to south korea now, and our matt rivers is tracking developments from seoul, and it's important to point out the distinction, matt, this was not one of the intercontinental ballistic missiles that could reach the mainland, and tell us about how this is being received there in seoul. >> well, this was a test that frankly, south korean officials have seen before, and in fact there were eight different owe occasions in 2016 alone when this type of missile was tested by the north koreans. we should point out that u.s. defense officials and south korean defense officials say seven of the eight tests last year were considered to be
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failures. they are still trying to figure out whether this particular test that was done this morning here around 7:55 a.m. south korea time was a failure or success, but the fact remains it was not one of the icbms, and that's interesting because many were thinking it could have been given what we have heard from kim jong-un, and it was on january 1st in north korea that kim jong-un said he was in the final stages of preparing a long-range missile test and it would be the first time the north koreans have done that, and many observers are saying it's only a matter of time at this point because the north koreans seem so motivated to make sure they have the long-range capability at their disposal. and one thing that is that slightly different about this test compared to last year, and officials are telling us there could be an upgraded engine that would allow them to launch this that much faster if they wanted
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to, and south koreans are continuing to work with the administration, and the president trumps administration has a brand-new issue on their hands to deal with as the north korean regime seems motivated more than ever to make their presence known. >> the system being debated, it's u.s. planned and would be positioned in the southern part of the south korean peninsula, but does this latest provocation bolster their argument that they need it there? >> well, it certainly gives proponents of the system some juice, saying we have not heard from north korea in terms of a missile test since january, but this is something we need in order to ensure not only the safety of south koreaens but
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also the u.s. interest, and even in u.s. interests out on the island of guam. people who are not in favor of that would come back and say by deploying t.h.a.d., you would only encourage the chinese, who are very much against the deployment of this system, and you are only going to provoke the chinese into not going along with u.s. interests in this particular part of the world and you are only going to provoke the north koreans further. >> let's play once more the president's comments last night from florida where he talked about standing behind japan. i think it's important that we kind of try to understand why that statement was so brief. i think we have it. let me know when we have it, if not i can read it, it's 14 seconds. all right, let's play it.
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>> wouldn't you rather in a certain sense in japan have nuclear weapons when north korea has nuclear weapons, and they do have them. they have no carrier system yet, but they would soon. wouldn't you rather have japan over there, and they are fearful of north korea and we are supposed to protect. >> so that was the president back earlier in 2016, but what the president said last night, i want everybody to understand and fully know the united states stands behind japan 100%. was that the right tone to be short and brief or would you have expected to want to hear more from the president? >> certainly i would have liked to have seen a few more lines, and i would like him to mention the north korean threat to characterize it and talk about the need to work with other partners, especially south korea, and south korea is going through a tough political crisis
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right now, and their president is on the brink of being possibly convicted in an impeachment and they will be going to election, but i must say given what has happened in the past, including that statement that you just ran from the fall, i think it was better short than long. >> all right. go ahead? i thought somebody wanted to say something. thank you all so much. we appreciate it. okay. back here in the u.s., going to be a tough, tough day, a tough next 24 hours for many of you in the northeast. look at what is coming. we're tracking some of the biggest issues you will be dealing with. what you can expect moving forward here. >> hundreds of undocumented immigrants in raids across the country, and some have already been deported.
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removed. so far authorities have arrested undocumented immigrants in 12 states from coast-to-coast. >> we are learning from i.c.e. officials in los angeles said this was an extension of what was planned for the obama administration. on one hand you have the president saying it's his keeping a campaign promise, and the officials on the ground say this was planned before he took the oath. the latest of the raids being more than 200 in the west, and 37 immigrants detained in california have been already deported in mexico. people they locked up had already been convicted of felonies like child sex crime charges, and 150 had criminal histories. this is the first large-scale enforcement during the
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president's term. there's at least one service we know hoping to quell the fears of undocumetkaubundocumen the country. >> you wouldn't know it if you drove by the tucson, arizona, building, but inside it's a small army of call takers. this is more than just a phone bank. it's a clearinghouse for mexicans run by the mexican government. it's called ciam, sore the center for information and assistance for americans, and it's the only one in the u.s. >> we also explain all the services that we offer. >> these days she says they are concerned about more than basic services. >> it could be tough for us as well, because every story and every caller as a story, and i can have a call about a passport
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but i can also have a call saying that what happened if my kids are u.s. citizens and i have to go back to mexico. >> we have around 40 people working here. >> pennetta, who leads the team, noticed a 100% increase in call traffic, and they received an average of 700 calls a day before president trump was sworn in, and today 1,300 calls a day. many of the calls come from undocumented mexicans with a new fear of dealing with u.s. immigration authorities. they fear deportation. >> what we are trying to do is refer our community to professionals, and they are here or around the u.s., providing information to them and we are going to do that and will continue to do that on a more intensive manner.
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>> he warned mexican citizens in the u.s. to take precautions. the advice coming as hundreds of undocumented immigrants are being arrested in several states. the mexican government foresees more severe immigration measures to be implemented with possible violations with constitutional p presets. they have their lines open 24/7. >> please come to the consulate. it's our duty to accompany you in any possible reason. >> it doesn't seem the phones will stop ringing anytime soon. cnn, tucson, arizona. >> so that's what is happening there. let's talk about all of you waking up in the northeast, because 40 million of you need to get ready for another winter storm that is on the way. >> we're tracking the latest warnings and what to expect. we have the full forecast in a moment.
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for all of you waking up in the northeast, we're with you. we feel you here. we're from, you know, the north. we get it. we have been there. >> yeah, mid atlanta. >> it's expected to get dicey for you today. second major winter storm in less than one week. that's what hurts. it's not the first. >> it's ice on snow on snow. areas already dealing with a foot of snow on the ground from the last storm are expected to get another foot, and maybe more. cnn meteorologist is in the severe weather center.
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alis alison, we are thinking about those in the northeast, and who is getting it and when. >> i was thinking about this yesterday, and people shoveling snow from thursday, and they thought what the heck i will leave it because i have to shovel it all again. we are getting 12, 18, and maybe 20 inches of snow on top of what we just had on thursday. here you can take a look, the winter storm warnings and advisory and blazard watches for portions of massachusetts. we are seeing the snow come down around buffalo and eastern long island, and central park dealing with freezing rain at this point. as we go through the day that colder air will filter back in and we will see the heavy snow pick up around boston, portland, and maybe manchester, new hampshire. the reason for this is we have two low pressure systems, and one is a rain-heavy event and the other has mostly snow and those two will combine together
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to create one powerful low pressure system. as it does, not only will it provide very intense snowfall amounts but strong winds. we are looking at widespread amounts, 6 to 12 inches, but the pink region here, the winds along the cape and further north, and cities like new york and philadelphia where snow may not be the big story, but wind is going to be. in terms of the snow, we take a look at boston. so far this season we picked up 30 inches of snow for the entire year, and we average 43. when you factor in the additional 8 to 12, and this is on the low end, when you factor what they are expected to get into that 30 inches we will likely surpass what we normally get for the entire year and it's only the middle of february. >> wow. >> we'll be watching it. thank you so much. there's one state dealing with an alarming spike in
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the 52 calls were for heroin overdoses, and there were calls for alcohol and prescription medications and other calls. this doubles the calls from the same area last week, and no deaths reported but one person died in a car crash where the driver was using heroin. >> joining us now from louisville, the emergency medical director. thank you so much for being with us. >> good morning. >> please help us understand, if you could, what you are seeing there in louisville? >> we are just seeing tremendously increased numbers of heroin and other opioid overdoses. it has been a real crisis for the last few months. we had a big spike several months ago where just in one
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five-hour period i treated nine heroin overdoses. now we are seeing overdoses that seem to be heroin that is mixed with fentanyl, and it's harder to treat them because we are having to give them the reverse agent repeatedly to keep them alive. >> do you feel like you have enough resources to handle what is come into you? >> absolutely. at our hospital we are prepared to deal with whatever comes through the doors, and it's just the increasing number and the larger amounts of medicine we are having to use that makes it somewhat unusual these days. >> why is this, do you think, becoming such an epidemic. there are a lot of people watching and wondering how this drug, heroin, and the versions of it laced with something worse, how is it making its way
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through towns like this? >> this problem did not start a few days ago, it's been years in the making. as we have seen people transition off of transcription opioids and turn to something else, or younger people trying things for the first time, unfortunately heroin is now filling the void, and it's a very cheap drug and for that reason it's flooding the streets and it's a huge problem for not only health care workers but for police, law enforcement, and other agencies. we're just seeing it at every turn. >> once you treat them, once you save them, where do they go? what happens from that point on? >> well, we encourage these patients to get into treatment, but unfortunately many of them refuse. in fact, sometimes it's hard to get them to stay in the hospital even for us to observe them for a few minutes after they have been recess taeutd, and it's hard to believe somebody could
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be near death and demand to leave ten minutes later and we see it every day. >> and these are young people mostly? >> it's every age. people ask what does the typical heroin user look like, and i tell them to look around, it could be any. i have had patients who are teenagers and some in their mid-60s. >> what would you say to your community? how would you get through to people to try and curb this? your voice is important here as a doctor on the front lines. >> it's going to take everywhere. there's no magic bullet or one solution. it's going to take involvement of health care and drug treatment centers and churches and faith-based groups, law enforcement organizations, and the courts to get people into drug treatment rather than incarceration. i have said many times we are never going to incarcerate ourselves out of this problem, and the key is to get people to
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avoid using and get those using into treatment. >> do you see this is a problem where support systems are not working, perhaps the support systems themselves are broken? >> well, that is likely part of the problem, and unfortunately, we will see families who are very supportive and would do anything if they could get their son or daughter into treatment, and they are willing to avail themselves with the resources available, and that's frustrating for many people, and they can't will these users into treatment. >> and can't force them into treatment from a legal standpoi standpoint, isn't that right? if you are of age you can't be forced to go to a rehab facility? >> that's true. in kentucky we have a law called casey's law that is not being taken advantage of, but other
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than that route it's very difficult to force people into treatment. whaeufplt >> what is casey's law? >> it allows somebody to petition the court to enroll somebody in a drug treatment program. unfortunately it's a limited program and requires financial support to participate in it, but it can actually force people into treatment. in louisville, i am told we see three or four cases a month where this is used, but, you know, the hundreds of other cases are able to do something like that. >> lastly, i can only imagine what it must be like for you, and for the people who are responding to all of this, after a day of what you just described, how are all of you holding up? >> well, it's a real tough time for a lot of people from the paramedics and ems workers who are seeing this on the streets. we see the cases that make it to the hospital, and that's a hard enough toll on us, but our ems
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colleagues are seeing this where they are responding to people who already died. so seeing it day in over and over again, and with such increased numbers, it's a real burden for people. >> well, dr. robert couch, we appreciate the work you are doing and thank you so much for sharing with us what the experience is, and hoping people watching can help in some way. thank you. >> thanks. president trump enjoying the views at his florida resort this weekend, but the views for the press pool not so great. look at this. the details behind a literal blackout, next. who is done with treatments that don't give you clearer skin. be the you who controls your psoriasis with stelara® just 4 doses a year after 2 starter doses. stelara® may lower your ability to fight infections and may increase your risk of infections and cancer. some serious infections require hospitalization. before treatment, get tested for tuberculosis. before starting stelara®
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president trump is hosting the japanese prime minister at his florida resort this weekend. he shared the view from his golf course saying, quote, having a great time with hosting prime minister abe in the united states, but for the press covering the president, they didn't see that. many reporters showed black on the windows blocking their view of the golf outing. >> let's bring in our senior correspondent, brian stelter. should we assume this is his dislike of the media, this is a sign of that? >> it looked that way. that's how the press pool interpreted. this is a small group of journalist with the president as close as they can get with all times, and that came in handy when the last-minute press
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moment were called and the journalists were brought in for the brief statement last night. and these papers make it look more suspicious than it was. the president enjoying a round of golf at one of his golf courses. president trump, when he would go golfing would sometimes have the reporter go off from the clubhouse and cover the windows up so he could have privacy. every president entitled to some privacy but this 15gleaned attention, and i think this raises a broader issue, the issue of this president using his various resorts and retreats using it for official and pro t profiting them at times, and by having a foreign leader coming to visit, it does raise questions about ethics. and george bush brought leaders
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to his famous western white house, and president bush, it was not an investment the way president trump has at mar-a-lago. >> how much are they paying for these visits, and all of those that go to have dinner night after night, how much are they making off of this? >> that's the question mark. there are reports the membership has been $100,000, and it has been raised to $200,000 recently, and this was comped, it was a gift from donald trump, and normally foreign leaders give each other gifts, and the mar-a-lago, a gift, a different kind of token or gift in this case from president trump. it is very curious, and probably
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all right. one of the biggest nights in music, the 59th annual grammy awards airing tonight. >> from the red carpet, all-star collaborations. you know what? probably going to be surprises. let's talk about it with entertainment journalist, because she is in the know. i want to start with politics, because we understand that even john legend said i welcome it and might have something to say. >> absolutely. music is supposed to be all inclusive and it's the universal language for all of us and crosses gender and race, and john legend being very outspoken
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about donald trump, and the producers want people to speak their minds whether you are for or against trump, and people will for sure speak their mind. >> we saw it at the golden globes and s.a.g. awards, and actors and performers come up and talk about that. i want to talk about the big match-up. you have adele and beyonce. it's category after category they are going head to head. >> head to head in almost every single category. right now beyonce leads the nominations with nine, and she's going to break records. she will have the most grammys in history. but we have adele as well, who has swept, you know, the grammys as well. these are two heavy, heavy hitters. they both had phenomenal years. i think it's going to be a back and forth for the whole night we will see them tonight. >> big alums in 2016.
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>> let's talk about performances, too. beyonce will be performing and she's pregnant, and you are so beyonce is a professional. she's been doing this for a really long time, and i think she's -- that's not going to stop her. a windmill grabbing her hair did not stop her so whether it's a ballad or she goes full-on performance. >> take us through the album of the year nominees. we've got adele nominated for 25 and beyonce and sturridge ilsimpson who i think is going to be a surprise. oh, i'm sorry. we've got the sailor's guide to the earth is what it's called. justin bieber is up there and drake who is on tour right now and he's nominated as well and sturgess said there's rumors going around because it's really known to being conservative and sometimes give awards to the more conservative, i hate to say, it white artists and when it comes to the album of the
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year we had the upset with beyonce when beck won and kanye west had his little episode and everybody thought beyonce absolutely needed to win and that was a huge year for her then even with the huge album drop and there could be an upset with this wonderful, you know, alternative country artist. there's rumors swirling he wouldn't be undeserving if he did win. >> the big surprises i like are the ones -- the duets that we don't expect are coming. >> yeah. >> they pair people up and they go i never would have done that but that's awesome. >> elton john and eminem and we don't know yet who is going to perform, but do you have a pairing that you would expect or would want to see together on stage. >> we know that lady gaga is performing with metallica. >> oh, my gosh. >> just had lady gaga coming off the super bowl that literally rocked that she put the house down and we have metallica and they are rock legends. >> those two songs together and
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definitely one to watch and going into the tributes with large george michael and prince. we have bruno mars and the times slated to perform together so that's going to be an awesome throwback. a lot of surprise duets and alicia keys will be performing. that will be great, a mentor on "the voice." so a lot of great duets. >> so great to have you here. >> thanks for having me on. appreciate it. >> actress mel can a mccarthy back on "snl" with the portrayal of white house press secretary sean spicer or as she refers to him spicy. >> mentally though, are you okay? >> are you kidding me? >> you don't have a chance! alright, and before that? you mean after that? no, i'm talking before that. do you have things you want to do before you retire?
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door and that's the problem. >> i still think i would eat with moisturized hands. i would still find a way to have a snack. >> "saturday night live" is what we're going to talk about now because they are taking on the white house and taking on allem baldwin and melissa mccarthy. >> yeah. let's take a look. >> the president has said there should be a test to see if
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immigrants truly love america. what would that test be? it's easy. it's extreme vetting. extreme vetting. >> but what does that mean, extreme veting? >> what does it mean? it means it's extreme. okay. you know what, spice is going to explain it so you dumb babies can understand it. i guess i can't use my big words! i'm going to have to use my jollies, all right. you ready for jollies, you can understand. here's how it's going to go down. you've got your tsa agent right here, okay, and first you've got barbie coming in. nice american girl. bathroom and dream vacation. we know she's okay because she's blond! so she gets in. easy. we understand they are perfect. and now who is up next? >> uh-oh. >> uh-oh, it's moana, whoa, slow your roll and then we're going to pat her down and read her
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e-mails and if we don't like the answers which we won't, boom, guantanamo bay. >> president trump, look, i read the ban. is teamed rushed, even to me, and i decide three court cases in an hour, hock? i see no evidence that it will help so i'm sorry to say -- >> i want to settle. >> excuse me. >> i would like to settle out of court. >> mr. president, i'm sorry. >> they always settle poke hadn'tias and so will you. >> no, circumstances i won't. let me just say you're doing too much, okay. i want one day without a cnn alert that scares the hell out of me, all right? >> i hear you want to bring in a character witness. >> that's right. someone who has known me for years. he's family. he's an incredible person with impeccable credentials. mr. vladimir putin. >> he's an authoritarian leader
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who has killed rivals. he's president trump's longtime crush. >> vladimir is an amazing person and he knows me better than anyone. >> that's right. >> hey, everybody, come on. lay off president trump, okay this. man is a great friend. we's my little american happy meal. >> the cleverness is just off the charts sometimes. >> thanks for watching this morning. >> yes. "inside politics" with john king starts right now. >> a big court setback and president trump vows to get the last word. >> we'll win that battle, and we also have a lot of other options. >> three hectic weeks packed with action. >> public safety. >> the and the obstacles are many including the courts and the congress. >> i think there's a little confusion here. >> here we go, trump. >> and his style is unique. tough tweets and tough talk a


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