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>> we have this incredible opportunity to make history. >> i'd like the remind stacey and oprah and will feral, i'm kind of a big deal too. >> once again unleashing on donald trump's former boss. >> alec baldwin was just arrested for punching somebody outside for a parking dispute. >> i wish him luck. >> announcer: this is "new day weekend" with victor blackwell and christi paul. >> and big names on both sides spanning out across the country. >> and reminding his core supporters of the economy. it's doing well. his supreme court picks and warning them that a democratic blue wave will bring a crime wave. >> and president obama calling
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his successor a compulsive liar leaving a trail of broken promises. what do we know is on the president's sights today? >> reporter: he has rallies in montana and florida today and he's been increasingly focussed on immigration. that caravan leddinging to the u.s. boarder, threatening to cancel birthright citizenship and this as he just got very good economic news. he learned that the u.s. economy added 250,000 jobs, holding the unemployment rate at 3.7% which is the lowest it's been in 49 years there are many republican whose wish that the president was spending more time talking about the economy. they're not sure the divisive immigration rhetoric helps them where republicans are struggle
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and there are so many divisions about how to approach immigration reform. but even so the president last night was acknowledging his solid economic record is not as juicy as issues like immigration. take a listen. >> they all say speak about the economy. well, we have the grgreatest ec history of our country. but sometimes it's not as exciting because we have a lot of other things to talk about. >> reporter: and just hours earlier former president obama was on the campaign trail stumping in florida for democratic gubernatorial candidate, gillm. president obama has been back on the political scene trying to draw a contrast between what democrats are selling and the inflammatory rhetoric we're seeing from republicans across the country. he's accused his success of
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trying to use demagoguery. >> in the closing weeks of this election we have seen repeated attempts to divide us with rhetoric designed to make us angry and fearful. it's designed to exploit our history of racial and ethnic and religious divisions. that pits us against one another. to make us believe that order will somehow be restored 23 fr it just wasn't for those folks that look like we look or love like we do or pray like we do. >> reporter: seven more rallies left between now and election day. they're all in states where he's trying to help republicans in state wide races either defend a
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seat in georgia or tennessee or pick off democratic incumbent like in montana and missouri. at the same time obama and other prominent democrats are on the trail trying to preserve these hopes off a blue wave as they show many races tighting into toss ups as we ehead to final days before voters cast their ballots. >> sarah, thank you very much. senior political correspondent, and defense attorney. i want to listen real quickly to something else president obama said in that rally. >> if you believe in the american constitution, you got to know that no one person can decide who is an american citizen and who's not. >> we know that president cannot
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change the constitution with an executive order but some people might be wondering what can we do? >> i think we're going to see all this play out. you've heard the president say i don't want birthright citizenship. you can't write an executive order and anend constitution. it's very clear someone subject to this country's jurisdiction is a citizen of the united states. if he wants to inter that executive order, eventually it may make its way to the supreme court and i'm confident, even with this supreme court, they'll say that's unconstitutional. it could take a long time if it plays it way out to the supreme court. but i imagine anyone would fry to enforce that executive order while that challenge is pending.
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we had a district court say wait, sfatop, year going to evaluate this before you start changing the constitution. >> do you get a sense that this reflects the travel ban. >> president trump is making his final pitch to voters. we just heard him talk about this. he ecould be talking more about the economy the success story and yesterday and the jobs numbers. but he's choosing to do this. he's choosing to talk about immigration because he knows this is his version of getting out the vote. this is going to incense anger. this is going to drive out his base and i think that's exactly how that's playing out. >> is there a sense though, amy, that if he -- i mean the economy is a big deal for a lot of people. he has a lot to take credit for. even one of our analysts said
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earlier he and the republicans deserve some credit for what we're seeing. wages are up 3.1%, unemployment down 3.7%. those are really important numbers. why would not not get people to the poll snz >> you would thing it would and a lot of republicans i've spoken to at least they want him to talk more about it. they think having a more uplifting message is to not just have something to vote against. and particularly immigration, he knows that base loves that issue. he sees that we ecan talk about the caravan and these images and that will help out his case. so i think that's why he's doing that and relying on that tactic. >> and it's not particularly close, even at this point here. i wanted to ask you, page, about something they talked about.
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he received a note from a general who is higher ranking than he is. he did not name that general. but he wanted to read part of the letter he received regarding what is happening at the boarder right now. take a listen. >> he said everything the president's doing to distract, divide and generate fear and discount anyone who disagrees with his daly azwrendau. agenda. to one where we're a nation of fear and an instinct to suppress disagreement. i think that sums it up pretty susingtly. that other departments had been divided by the president's rhetoric and now he's pulling in this institution off the military and it's seated a great deal of distrust. >> does president trump use military force at the boarder to
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fight limits? >> it certainly has legal limits. wea we've had a law that prohibits anyone from using the mill tear enforce domestic law. so if the president's going to send, 10, 15,000 troops to the boarder and they interact with these asylum seekers, they gather them up shs try to detain them, that is unlawful under our current federal code and it's not just a policy a rule or regulation, it's a criminal law. so the president here is asking the military, potentially, depends on what they do, but potentially asking the military to break the law. it's unprecedented and unbelievable. >> from that letter it sounds like they have a lot of discomfort in terms of what's happening at the border. the military and the president have to work in concert.
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>> invoking a lot off the same emotion from people inside and from within the administration. they're not theo be the police,o police the border. and so i think a lot of people are falling back on that and saying this is beyond the pail and forcing our troops to do something they're uncomfortable with doing. >> always grateful to have you both here. thank you. >> well, it is a critical ewlekz a lot at stake. 36 governor races, thousands olocal elections. we'll bring you all the key races with up to the minute results. our special live coverage starts election night at 5:00 p.m. eastern. members of the class fought back when a man started shooting inside their studio. two people have died. he then took his own life. plus "saturday night live" actor, alec baldwin was arrested
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alleging he posted a 49-year-old man during a fight with a parking spot. thissant the first time. in 2014 he was arrested for bike riding on the wrong side of the road. he's also been seen getting into scuffles with paparazzi. in 2007 he was heard yelling insults at then wife kim basinger their daughter. >> you are a rude, thoughtless little pig. i don't give a dam that you're 12 or 11 or thought you're a child. >> it's attracted criticism from conservatives. mike huckabee took a sarcastic jab at baldwin. president's son calling him a piece of garbage and president called his impersonation terrible and agony induzing. >> who was arrested?
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♪ a few minutes past the hour. right now thank you for sharing your time with us. >> health care is a focus, central focus at the midterm elections tuesday. democrats say republicans will end protekdss fctions for peopl preexisting conditions. they take major hits or swipes at obamacare. >> we actually had obamacare killed except for one republican vote and any democrat, one
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democrat and we would have had it obliterated. >> it's one thing trying to spend eight years trying to take away people's health care and in the final days try to act like you're mother teresa. >> joining us to talk about health care we have swreek emmanuel, former white house advisor and former senior advisor to the trump campaign and former republican congressman from georgia. i want to start with you, congressman. the president tweeted this republicans will totally protect people with preexisting conditions. democrats will not. what's the evidence that republicans will totally protect people with with preexisting conditions? >> it's a bill john mccain offered in 2008 and it's a bill that zeke will remember barack obama mentioned in 2009.
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i'm going to bar the preexisting portion of the mccain bill. this is a -- this is a fear tactic that democrats always imploy and i think it tries to get the emphasize off when they say -- >> we're going to talk about medicare but you said 2008/2009. let's talk about 2017 and the impact on people with preexisting conditions. house republicans voted for the american health care act may 4th 2017. you'll remember they didn't wait for the scoring from the congressional budget os. three weeks later this was a portion of what the cbo found taz relates to the wavers that would have been extended to states. the cbo determined oesh time less healthy individuals, including those with preexisting
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conditions would be unable to purchase comprehensive coverage with premiums close to current lay and may not be able to purchase coverage at all. 217 house republicans voted for. and dozens supported the senate counterpart. if they voted for it then shs that would have jeopardized health care for people with preexisting conditions. >> well, remember what that's saying is preexisting condition coverage would be there. tr the premium might not be where it is now. >> if they can't afford it, then it's not coverage. >> they're not going to say you don't ensure people. they're going to say insurance companies charge them whatever you want and that is what the president has made his department of health and human services giving states wavers to allow insurance companies to charge people with preexisting
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conditions 10s of thousands off dollars for their insurance. that makes it unaffordable and what the affordable care act did was to say you cannot charge people based on their health. so that people who say have cancer or heart disease or liver disease can get health insurance. if you don't say you can charge everyone the same, then people with diseases can't afford health care. >> great filibuster but let me point out that under your obamacare insurance company values have gone up 111%. you probably do have some health care insurance thoughts. it has sky rocketed. >> sir, the fact -- excuse me. >> nobody can hear anyone. jack, finish your point.
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>> when you charge somebody -- >> can i answer your question? >> i'm still waiting for the $2500 premium which barack obama promised me. >> what i would like to point out is you can't say it's socialized medicine and the insurance companies are doing well. they're private companies. what obamacare did was to create a marketplace that was regulated and insurance companies, private companies offered insurance, sent people to private doctors, private hospitals. that's not socialized medicine. that is a lie that you keep perpetuating. >> let me ask you this. jack, hold on. let me ask you this. we heard jack mention senator bill cassy who's also a doctor. he wrote an opinion piece. the reason democrats are claiming otherwise and trying to
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rewrite history is simpl simplsimple their trying to protect the stats quo and set the stage for a single payer health care system. is this to ride nis this into medicare for all? >> the only reason medicare for all is on the agenda is because republicans keep trying to take away obamacare. if talk to many republicans who are moderate in washington d.c., they actually obamacare to succeed because they don't want the alternative, which is medicare for all. that's what the republicans keep doing and they keep trying to torpedo a free market system, which is obamacare, allowing insurance companies to compete. >> all right, jack. >> insurance companies have made a windfall in profits under obamacare. it set up an oligop ooly.
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the president promised a $2500 premium for families. he promised a decrease, we all got increases under it. medicare for all is going to bankrupt medicare. i have an elderly mother and i don't want her medicare to go bank rmtd. bankrupt and by the way -- >> jack, jack, give me a second. >> zeke, hold on. and jack, finish your point. >> there's a lot of alternatives to obamacare. the alternative is medicare for all. i believe 50 different states may want to be incubators to do 50 different things. >> but the point oof the aha is you give them these wavers where they don't have to cover the basic essential coverages and allow insurance companies to charge whatever they want which
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they found 23 million additional people would not have coverage and people with preexisting conditions would not have coverage. >> what we're debating is the continuation of obamacare, not medicare for all. and they've consistently tried to repeal it. they voted 70 different ways to repeal obamacare. it's an exchange where insurance companies compete and people get private insurance with private services by doctors. you can say that over and over again and -- jack, are you going to give me a chance to finish? >> you put insurance companies and bureaucrats. we want the patients and the doctors -- >> what happened to repeal and replace? we don't hear that in 2018. >> the republicans have never had a replacement.
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>> let's let hthem answer the question. >> we were one vote short in the senate, which is why they've all said we're going to replace it and keep preexisting conditions and it's too bad in an election year democrats the only thing they ecan do is scare seniors. >> 10 seconds. >> one of the thing sz how are you go protect preexisting conditions? they have no plan. they just repeat the phrase that has no basis in reality. >> year talking about a texas republican congressman who disagrees with many of trump's immigration policies and that is making thing as bit dicey, let's say for it hurd. he's running for reelection along the mexican boarder. >> reporter: if you live in the 23rd congressional district of
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texas you probably prefer life served up scenic and slower on roughly 800 miles of the texas/mexicoboarder. it's about the size of georgia with less than a million people. for weeks an endless cycle of campaign ads have jammed the air waves, from incumbent republican congressman and the democratic challenger. a recent times poll shows hurd with a comfortable lead. but they suddenly dropped 600,000 d$600,000 dl $600,000 into the race and president trump is not doing him any favors by threatening to do away withbirthright citizenship. >> i find a rock to hide under and stay under. >> if i were him -- >> he's a democratic state
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representative from eagle pass. we talked about the race from his porch over looking the rio grand into mexico. he considers will hurd a friend and the congressman is hoping to run out the clock on this election. >> you know and if you know will, he's a decent dude. he's a good dude. i mean i can't speak for the guy but i'm sure he don't like it. >> reporter: what do you say to that voter who says i want to vote for you but you're in the president's party and the way he talks rubs me the wrong way? >> people are going to know when i agree and when i disagree. i'm the onwn person that can stand up to both parties. >> reporter: hurd has carved out
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an image. doesn't support the boarder wall and he's said trump is being manipulated by russia. democrat ortiz joan is as former air force intelligence officer. she likes to say hurd's image as someone who stands up for trump is somewhat over blown. >> you can't be outraged on cnn and complicit in congress. he says one thing and votes a completely different way in washington. >> reporter: ruiz says she hasn't voted since 2008 but plans to vote for ortiz jones because of president trump's cruel rhetoric. is the way epresident trump is talking about immigration making you want to go out and vote again? yes, in a way yes. because there's like a lot of racists there for me. that's what i see the way he
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talks. >> reporter: a liech life-long republican and trump supporter. >> a harder stance is a good thing. i don't think the way president trump is saying it is relating well. but i think that his message that he wants to get across is good, just not way that he's sending it. >> cnn, texas. and we want to take you to pittsburgh this morning as they try to heal. after the worst anti-semitic attack in history. rare access to jewish leaders and allison, i know they were talking to you about what to do next. >> reporter: absolutely because it had been exactly one week since that gunman opened fire at the tree of life synagogue. so coming up you'll hear new revelations of what happened that horrible morning and what rabbi jeff meyers plans to tell the world today. - [narrator] meet the ninja foodi,
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all the tools you need for every step of the way. the ninja foodi, make it, squarespace well, one week ago today, yes, one week ago 11 people were murdered at the tree of life synagogue in pittsburgh. it was the worst anti-semitic attack in history and i know it was hard for you to sit and watch. >> it was hard for the country. we got to attend a private sabbat service and we understand this is this show up effort across the country but in pittsburgh what's planned for this morning? >> good morning. about one hour from now will be the very first sabbat service of
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the tree of life synagogue since that gunman came in and opened fire, killing 11 beloved members exactly a week ago. they expect a thousand people to crowd these suburban streets to show up and show their solidarity here to the tree of life members and the man tasked with bringing this community together is rabbi jeffrey emeyers. we have gotten to know him during the course of this past painful week. so he invited us there squirrel hill to his home. he ewantwanted us to see his community, the scene of the crime and to see the place of healing. >> these just showed up. we didn't put them here. they just showed up. >> they just organically showed up. >> these are all the name thochz victims and this is an out
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pouring of love from countless people. i'm floored by the lub. i don't know where the tents came from. these weren't here yesterday. the rain is coming in. somebody brought in tents. this is amazing. this was not done by the synagogue. we did not do this. the community did this and i'm amazed. >> and so what is it like for you to walk around just six days after you ran from your life? >> it was painful. it still is. it's painful. i mean i know it's part of the greaving process but i'm a witness, a victim and a survivor but i'm also human and i stand here and i'm in pain. >> are you scared when you see
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this building? >> i'm angry. how dare you defile our holy space. what made you think you could ever do that? how would you appeal to if someone did that to your mother's house of worship? how would you feel? and those are questions he's going to have to deal with. >> reporter: but you sense anxiety and fear from the community? >> yes, they're afraid. >> reporter: afraid this is going to happen again? >> yes. >> reporter: you've been so stoical on national tv and given your message of love but do you have moments you break down? >> i give a perfect example. we were -- i appreciate the fact that outside is a side with a contemplative garden. i sat down and cried like a baby. i couldn't stop.
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i thought the procession was waiting for me. couldn't stop because i haven't held it in me nonstop but this was the last funeral and every time i do one, for me, because i'm a -- it takes a piece of my soul away and i have no more left to give. my tank's empty. >> reporter: and so what do you say to your cong regts who stay how does god let this happen? >> i don't believe god lets this stuff happen. humans have a choice. and this person made the choice. to me god is the one i turn to when i have no strength to say god, give me strength to get through this and that's what i do every moment of every day, give me strength and somehow god does. i never thought i'd see the horrorer of this ever, ever.
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>> reporter: show me when you come here to look at the outpouring of the community, what do you see? >> it gives me hope because it reminds me there are so many good people and this gives me strength to say hate will never win. >> reporter: he explained it to us. he said he does plan to talk about president trump's visit. he said that there are so many people who don't understand why he would welcome president trump here after president trump's heated rhetoric and there are so many people who blame president trump's heated rhetoric for acting as they told us quote an accelerant to the violence here and what rabbi meyers says he plans to tell him is the bible teaches us to welcome the stranger and offer the stranger
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food and water and comfort, whether that stranger is a refugee or the president of the united states. and so he says he plans to just model that bibliccal behavior for everyone. he plans to preach love, ask people to try to tamp down all of the hate and that's the message he wants to get out to the world as he has all week and on a personal note, he did invite us to this lovely dinner last night where we got to see this close knit community up close for ourselves and it was so beautiful to see how pittsburgh has come together. there water whole bunch of kids from babies to teenager whose say they're big fans of "new day e"and they are gabrielleau, benji, izy and ellen and they wanted to know if i would ever say their names on "new day" and i thought christi and victor would let me do that. >> we would never take that away
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well, the balance of power could shift significantly. don't expect all the answers tuesday night. >> cnn senior writer. welcome back. let's start with your predictions for the house and senate. >> so efor the house of representatives we believe democrats will end up with 276 seats on election night. they only need 218. tr however, it's still possible for
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to feel comfortable and want to come back. i wanted to people to see me as an artist. i decided to do artwork with other teams. artwork with gun powder with hair trimmings on the floor. people were going crazy. i will forever be grateful with barbering because it brought me back into art and now my life is doing artwork. >> wow, that's fantastic. now to a disturbing scene insad classroom that maywood acatomy high school. a teacher and a student embroiled in a brutal fist fight and the whole thing caught on camera. >> he was asked to leave because he wasn't dressed in uniform and he shouted racial slurs at the teacher and threw a basketball at him. that's what pushed the teacher over the edge. one student told our affiliate this was all a set up because everyone had their cell phones
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out ready to capture it. >> the los angeles school district says they're cooperating with sheriff's office. they're investigating. >> so year going to see you again at 10:00 a.m. >> "smerconish" is next. ♪ >> i'm michael smerconish in philadelphia. all eyes on the outcome off tuesday's midterms with congress up for grabs, president trump barn storming the country and ratcheting up the fear factor. is that a winning strat fraej the house, senate or both or neither? i'll zero down on two races too close to call with the pliteral reporters from those states.


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