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violence of the vietnam war. on the other end, venezuelans were the most pessimistic with only 10% saying in their country was better. thanks to all of you for being part of my program this week. see you next week. >> thanks for joining me on a sunday afternoon. i'm dave briggs. just two more days until alabama voters go to the polls, both candidates in the vinyl sprint for votes. president trump stumping for republican roy moore and even recorded a robo call for moore's campaign des pate molestation allegations facing moore today. he claims he doesn't even know the women making the accusations. >> i do not know any of the women who charged me with sexual allegations. molestation. i did not know any of the women.
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when i saw these pictures on the advertisements of my opponent, i did not recognize any of those women. i did not know them. i have written cards, graduation cards and have known families and a lot of people throughout my life, but these allegations are completely false. i did not date underage women. i did not molest anyone. these allegations are false. >> that coming up also. moore's challenger doug jones courting the african-american vote. cory booker campaigning for jones. . we have team coverage of this critical race. the president is in west palm beach. covering the doug jones campaign, we will start with kaylee hartung covering roy moore who has no events scheduled today. nothing since tuesday. kaylie, what is moore's campaign doing in the final stretch to get out the vote?
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>> as a member of moore's staff told me, if moore had it this way, there would be no get out the vote effort on a suspected because it's the lord's day. the more he has let go of that. today launching out of this field office, people will be going door-to-door for the moore campaign, but the thought is they will be doing it between 1:00 p.m. and 5:00 p.m. local after folks have gotten home from the morning church service and before they head to an evening service. making phone calls is not the priority. they want to get face-to-face with voters. when i asked about the plan for this campaign tomorrow on monday the day before election day, the strategists i talked to said he was not comfortable sharing the details they are in the process of working out because he doesn't want the jones campaign to get wind of the areas they will be targeting. a lot has been made of the fact that we haven't seen roy moore since last tuesday since he held
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that spirited event alongside steve bannon. next time we will see moore will be tomorrow. another event with bannon in midland city and in south alabama. today moore is spending the afternoon with friends and volunteers at a christmas party in montgomery. >> fewer than 10 events in the last month. let's go to alex who is covering the doug jones camp. what is the jones campaign strategy as we enter the final few days here? >> reporter: in stark contrast to what kaylie was saying, this campaign is firing on all cylinders. this is doug jones's hq. a height of activity and people all over the place crowding into conference rooms and in the kitchen who are phone banking. this is a campaign that is trying to squeeze every vote possible. they had four events yesterday
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and four more today. is starting in just an hour to launch the get out the vote effort. they will launch the raves of canvassers to get as many votes as possible. we can discern two things. moore feels comfortable with his passionate base of support on tuesday. doug jones feels there are a lot of votes still to get whether from moderate republicans, undecideds, women turned off by the allegations and in particular from african americans. we have seen a pointed strategy to get the african-american vote and some of the biggest names were african-americans and they came down and we have seen duvall patrick in selma, the former massachusetts governor and kory booker with doug jones at a historically black college and cory booker will be with doug jones in just under an hour's time. as much as this ticketic has
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been about targeting the african-american electorate, the message that jones has been speak being at all of his campaign stops has been consistent across the board. a lot is about the perception of alabama. ache a listen to what he had to say. >> a lot of people are saying this is an election about we are alabama. what do we want to be? i'm not sure i agree with that. i think the question is not who do we want to be, but who are we? that's the question. who are we as we give this election to the face of the nation. people look from all over. >> now doug jones has said that roy moore is an embarrassment to the people of alabama. something we heard from democratic voters and a number of republican voter who is have crossed over. he feels that the notion that
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roy moore is an embarrassment is one of the strongest argument as doug jones tries to become the first democratic senator in a quarter century. dave? >> we don't hear a lot about his politics, but that is the thing. the president's big push for roy moore. first he led a campaign rally just 25 miles from the alabama border and in the mobile tv market. there he gave a full throated endorsement of the accused child molester and now the president recorded a robo call, urging voters in alabama to vote for moore. cnn correspondent abby philipp with the president in west palm beach, florida. why is this race so crucial for the president? >> it's all about the votes for president trump. he is very concerned about making sure he doesn't lose a
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crucial senate vote as a result of the senate race. he is going against his own party, going against mitch mcconnell and including the senior senator from alabama, richard shelby who say roy moore does not belong in the u.s. senate. the key reason for this is because the president as he said publicly and privately doubts moore's accusers and does believe we should take into consideration that moore said the accusations are not true. the president is concerned about the prospects of the agenda. he is close to getting his tax bill and near his home in mar a lago, he is playing golf today with another u.s. senator, lindsey graham talking about taxes and the budget according to the white house. another key indication that the president is clearly focused on
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his own agenda and legacy and not as concerned about what republicans are saying could be a huge embarrassment for the party. >> he just stayed away on the golf course, but not setting foot in alabama. all in on the race. roy moore mostly out of sight as we mentioned. the run up to the special election. he emerged for a rare interview where he denied sexually assaulting women when they were teenagers including one when she was 14. how does he explain the accusations? he blames a left wing experience driven by anti-religious fervor. >> they are attacked me in that area. defamation has been around for a long time and that's what this is. they have done this and it's inconceivable to think somebody would wait 40 years because they
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were embarrassed or ashamed of something and then less than 30 days before the general election come out and make allegations and appear on a political advertisement and they waited 40 years not to be embarrassed. >> the man on the other end of that interview has been covering politics for more than 20 years and thinks for being here. are you publicly supporting roy moore? >> no, i'm not publicly supporting moore and i'm not publicly supporting jones. i know both men for a number of years. we don't support political candidates, but we respect our guests. >> when roy said he doesn't know
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these women and never molested the women and when he questions why they came out, is that explanation going to be enough for the voters? >> i think it's going to go the same as we have been seeing. there are people that believe roy moore and 30% that are going to turn out no matter what. others will hold their nose and vote for moore. plenty r going to sit home. some republicans will vote for jones. this is alabama and this is a red state while doug jones is a nice guy, if you had a different democrat, you might be seeing a different result, but doug jones never thought he stood a chance to win against roy moore. >> nationally you had who were out and whether it's the questioning of 9-11 or the sandy
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hook shooting because we were not living up to the law of god and homosexuality should be illegal and muslims should not be allowed to serve in congress. does that matter to the voters of alabama? >> again, i think they matter to most of us who vote in alabama. we are not the idiots we are betrayed to be by the media or the left or the right. what happens is we don't want a south carolinian telling us what to do or d.c. elite. it's resistant to outside interference. it's a very unfortunate choice of words. roy moore has always been a polarizing figure. 30 years ago when he had the 10 commandments, he was polarizing
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then and only gotten more so. this is the debate that we should be having and not about roy moore, but the way men treat women in this country and how we treat minorities. we can't have that debate with mr. jones because we can't get roy moore to debate. >> let me ask you about the outsider position. steve bannon is the consummate outsider. why does what he says matter to the voters? he doesn't want outsiders and why is he showing up only with steve bannon? >> i don't pretend to speak for the moore campaign and neither would i. steve bannon is the ultimate outsider. steve bannon is not going move the needle just like president trump barely moved the needle when he came down here for luther strange. this is an alabama race. i covered politics for a long,
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long time and i looked at other states and alabama is unique. the people are proud and they are going to make up their own minds. that's where we are. it doesn't matter that bannon or president trump comes down here. >> that's interesting what you said about bannon and trump. roy moore's political strategist said this on abc about president trump's campaigning for roy moore and making a robo call as well. >> this is donald trump on trial in alabama if. the people of alabama vote for this liberal democrat, doug jones, they are voting against the president they put in office at the highest level. it's important for donald trump and if they can beat him, they can beat his agenda. >> that's the position of the roy moore camp. what will the impact of president trump be in this race? >> i think it doesn't hurt. it helps because it's a deeply red state. what i'm saying is in contrast
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to mr. young is that it will move the needle some and give some republicans covered to vote for a man they didn't want to see in office in the first place and it will give his supporters even more pervor to get out and vote and they will show up. this is about numbers at this point. the moore campaign's internals are showing 7 to 8-point leads over doug jones who knows what's real. this is a tough election. >> in the final stretch here, we have richard, the senator who represented alabama since 86 saying he didn't vote for roy moore. the largest newspaper saying do not consider the r and the d next to them. think about what it means for alabama. what will shift this election in the final 48 hours? >> i don't know. i think it's baked in already to think that is going to
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influence anybody in the state is about like thinking our sight is going to influence anyone. people are going to make up their own mind. they are not going to listen to us. richard shelby has done a great job for our state and he won't change the vast majority of people's minds. we don't listen to many people. >> we are listening to you. who wins? >> moore. by probably a climb margin. it's just the nature of the beast. it is a red state. let's go back to the fact that if we had a really exciting democratic candidate, let's say like a walt maddox or anthony daniels from huntsville or dario melg in from selma, this would be a very different race. doug jones is anotheration white
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guy like me. we have enough of those in d.c. already. the democratic parties want to succeed. we have some of these men and women who have passion and ideas and that can make the case to a.m. bammians that it is not about the d or the r. it's about what is best to govern in alabama and what's best to move our country forward in the 21st century. we cannot continue to be on the face of the planet if we are going to ever have real change. >> the voters will decide on tuesday. thanks for being here. we appreciate it. >> thank you. >> we will have complete election night coverage starting tuesday at 5:00 p.m. eastern time. should be a wild ride. still ahead, new mandatory
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nearly a week has passed and only one of the six fires in southern california is fully contained. the biggest fire, the thomas fire in ventura county devoured nearly 180,000 acres and jumped into santa barbara county as well. new e vac yaukzs are underwent way and this is the 13th most destructive fire in state history. all have scorched an area nearly the size of new york city. hundreds of homes and businesses are gone. let's not forget the air quality there as well. meanwhile evacuated residents
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who have been allowed to return home find nothing left. california's governor had this sobering message. this is the state awe new normal. >> we are facing a new reality in the state where fires threaten people's lives and their property and neighborhoods. of course billions and billions of dollars. we have to have the resources to combat the fires and have to also invest in managing vegetation and forests and all the way we dwell in this wonderful place, but a place that is getting hotter. >> in santa barbara county with the latest. >> we are looking at the air, that is a helicopter that picked up the water from the nearby
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area hofrg above a lurping house. we have several several air drops on this house. firefighters have lost it. they know this is lost. it's not about putting out and trying to save this house. it's actually about trying to stop the embers from flying into the air. you can see the wind as it pushes the ember this is way and all the houses have not burned yet. the santa ana winds are expected to be much stronger than yesterday. they are trying to prevent this from catching on fire and the fire spreading this to part. the fire pushed further north to a populated area. let's back up.
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another water drop. water is going to be key. there are firefighters on the ground. as you see there, firefighters are trying to put out this blaze on the ground. thousands of firefighters are trying to circle around this large fire, a fire that is almost 200,000 acres. >> wow. stay safe. thank you. if you want to help those impacted, cnn put together a list of charities and you can find that at still ahead, shocking new police video cam shows an arizona man complying with police commands and begging for his life before he is shot and killed.
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>> par graphic, disturbing video released by arizona police is giving us insight to a twernt scape shoot that showed an unarmed man, sobbing and begging for his life before being shot and killed by police. it was released after a jury acquitted the officer of murder,
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sparking outrage. this is disturbing video. what is the back story here? >> disturbing and graphic. it's important to remember this video was shot in january 2016. it is just now being released with the conclusion of the trial process and eventually the acquittal of that officer. just to give you context of the video you are about to see, investigators say the investigator was showing an air rifle to acquaintances when witnesses called police and this is a result. >> camera shows daniel's last moments. police were responding to reports of a man pointing a rifle out of a hotel window. >> hands up in the air. you do that again and we are shooting you? do you understand? >> begging for his life. >> listen to my destructions. don't talk!
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listen! hands straight up in the air. do not put your hands down for any reason. you think you are going to fall, you are going to fall on your face. your hands go back to the small of your back we are going to shoot you. >> the officer starts moving towards him. >> he fires five rounds, killing him. he was changed with second-degree murder over this january 2016 shooting. in an interview with police, he said he thought he was going for a gun, saying he could have easily and quickly drawn a weapon down on us and fired without aiming. he could have hit us or the citizen that we had just detained. no gun was found on him. he was acquitted last week and the defender saying his actions were justified chlt hes he acted
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consistently with his training. >>or the tape he is repeatedly ordered to follow instructions. >> if you make a mistake, another mistake, there is a severe possibility you are both going to get shot. do you understand? >> yes. >> you move, we are going to consider that a threat. we are going to dale with it and you may not survive. do you understand? >> yes, sir. >> despite the warnings, his family does not believe the shooting was justified. the attorneys are saying in a statement "that's an execution, pure and simple. justice system miserably failed dam and his family." they said he was showing an air rifle he used in his job ex-perm nating pests. >> there was a second person being held at gunpoint and that was a female acquaintance who was unharmed and questioned and
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later released. the family has not responded after the acquittal. mesa, arizona police also we are hoping that they will hopefully respond to our request for comment as well after the most recent developments not to convict a police officer. >> disturbing video there. thank you, my friend. still ahead, if roy moore wins the alabama senate race, he will be greeted by republicans who opposed his election. how will that impact the party's agenda going forward? it's all pop-culture trivia, but it gets pretty intense.
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>> no doubt where president trump stands in alabama.
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he is all in endorsing roy moore despite the allegations against him. the president with a robo call. richard shelby rebuked and saying he cannot stand by moore. i understand where the president is am can be from and we would like to retain that seat in the u.s. senate. i tell you what. there is a time where we call it a tipping point. so many cuts and accusations and drip, drip, drip. >> this and other issues in this race. a commentator for the group,
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good to see you both. you starred with you. the republican party deserves more. deserves better. do the alabama voters agree with that? >> i don't know. we will find out on tuesday. it is as practical as ideological. that has an effect on economic development and how we keep businesses here in alabama. if we can keep businesses here in alabama. i think he saw this as not just long-term challenge for the state, but also for their party. if roy moore is elected to the
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united states senate, next year around this country his face is going to be an attack ad used by democrats against republican opponents. just in the same way here in alabama, every republican candidate tries, they will be using roy moore and donald trump. the democrats will be in other races throughout this country to tip the balance of the senate and congress next year. will this be the difference, if roy moore wins is this the gift that keeps on giving. >> as they detain the seat, people have seen that with president trump and the republicans some ways are doing already. in the short-term, the republicans can survive.
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and it will be an issue in campaign. in the long-term, donald trump combined with roy moore, you see the gop narrowing its appeal at a time the country is moving in a different direction. there the damage can be done. >> col bining that with al franken that democrats ushered out the door and said he needs to go. would they have done that and the governor of minnesota. the republican appointee. was it a political play for democrats? >> the democrats genuinely say we have to take a principal stand and even if it's one of our own, we will do something. that said, i do think there was a political calculation. we can't go after republicans for doing this sort of thing if we have candidates who are also
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being questioned for other kinds of behavior. i think there is a lot of democrats who are not on board. it is a divicive issue. >> let's get back to you on the ground and how it is shifting. the president of course is just 25 miles away campaigning and he recorded a robo call. we talked to them and interviewed roy moore and denied the allegations and said he doesn't know the women. bill also said no outsider will have impact in alabama politics. do you agree with that assessment? >> i think that is used selectively. people use that resistance to outside agitators.
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it's an outside agitator. he fits this narrative and these voters are sending a message to the entire system. that will be the winning ticket. >> turn out may be key. thank you both for being here. it should be an interesting tuesday night. still to come, violent clashes broke out near the u.s. embassy, but what prompted the anger? we will talk about it on the other side of the break.
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>> a security guard has been stabbed in jerusalem in what they call a terror attack. a palestinian was captured at the scene and the guard is hospitalized. lebanese security forces fired tear gas and water cannons at hundreds of angry protesters near the u.s. embassy. the crowds gathered to demonstrate against president trump's decision to recognize jerusalem as the capital of israel. in pakistan and turkey, hundreds showed up to show their anger at
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the decision. nikki haley is defending the president's move. >> for 22 years you have had presidents and the american people ask for the embassy to be moved. notice president, not clinton, bush, or obama had the courage to make that move and listen to the will of the american people. when it comes to those who are upset, we knew it would hab, but courage does cause that. >> as controversial as it is, nick robertson explains it's a calculated risk the white house hopes will pay off in the long run. >> thrashes like these and well armed security forces and what they worried might happen recognizing rejuice elements as
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israel's capital. there have been casualties. this is only a partial picture many of the protests have been peaceful. way too soon to know how this is going to turn turnous out and raises the question, can president trump capitalize. >> we are grateful for the president to recognize jerusalem as the capital of israel. >> israelis have been gushing in their praise. >> it's a good step forward towards peace. >> one lawicer suggesting trump's name should be carved into the western wall and another said he named a clock after trump. there has been much speculation about why trump made the announcement. they said it was just to fulfill a campaign promgs and the careful frames and the positive
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prons gives president trump and other presidents lack. the palestinian protest i talked to people who said this too and they told me they are not happy with their own leadership. >> i think the leadership made opportunities in terms of a wake up call and they haven't listened i hope it's a wake up call. >> frustrations hang in part from palestinian authority and the president and his post trump
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statement was seen as weak. but also with regional leaders -- >> they are acting in a vigorous and obvious way. the statement is dangerous and the reaction should be stronger. and the american presidents is the best minds and negotiators and the u.s. has been able to muster. too soon to say if the ga am bell against advice and orthodoxy will pay off. cnn, jerusalem. >> thank you, sir. we'll be right back.
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>> just 15 days left until christmas that means it's time to get on santa's good side. he is not only on the naughty or nice list, but the state of the cartoon. >> he's making a list and checking it twice. for santa trump, determining who is naughty or nice is complicated. take roy moore who has been accused of sexually abusing at least two teenagers.
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santa trump? >> he denies it and said it didn't happen. you have to listen to him also. >> moore is denying it. what about a man who admits to things like murder? say philippine president? he is also in santa trump's nice column. >> we had a great relationship and this is very successful. >> speaking of human rights abuses, what about vladimir putin? >> putin and i have been discussing various things. i think it's going very well. >> the nice list. don't bother checking your stocking if you have been naughty. starting with two former pals. >> i think the losers are nancy pelosi and chuck schumer. >> lumps of coal for chuck and nancy and thinks james comey has been naughty. comey probably has the president on a list of his own. >> director comey was very unpopular with most people.
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>> one year later the person who is number one on the trump naughty list. >> if hillary runs again in four years which i hope she does, we will teach her unbelievably nasty. really nasty. >> the next hour of newsroom starts right now. thanks for joining me. the moment of truth approaching in alabama until voters pick a new u.s. senator. roy moore as the president in an all out push for him and trump recorded a robo call for him and moore 1307bding and claims he doesn't even know the women making these accusations. >> doi not know them. i had no encounter with them and never molested anyone.
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for them to say that, i don't know why they are saying it, but it's not true. >> and right now in alabama, the challenger doug jones courting the african american vote. cory booker campaigning in alabama for jones. we have a team of corresponders and commentators covering the race. let's begin with kaylee hartung. moore agreed to give i tv interview, but he has not been seen publicly. what's the strategy here? >> people on moore's campaign told me if moore it his way, there would be no campaigning on sunday because that's the lord's day. this man of faith not wanting to disrupt their sundays, but the closer we have gotten to the election, people me moore let up on the theory. today folks are launching door-to-door canvassing out of this field office, but with


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