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just almost 7:00 here. president trump is waking up realizing he didn't get the big win he was looking ffor in louisiana. >> democratic governor john bel edwards wonder for a second term. beating out eddie rispone in louisiana. diane gallagher is there. what does this mean when the governor is split when it comes to the governor's office? joot way this is looked at on a national level might not be the same as people here in louisiana see these results. look. president trump did come to try to push a republican over the finish line. the president said this would be rude as a loss for him if rispone didn't win. he didn't win. when i spoke to people at the
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polls i'm a republican and voting for the democrat. it was his stance a abortion and guns and they thought he did a good job but they told me they still plan to vote for trump in 2020 but you cannot ignore the fact that the president put himself on the line and it didn't turn out two months in two elections. john bel edwards elude you had to the president's presence her here. as for the president, god bless his heart. >> reporter: it's also very important to take a look at turnout in louisiana. this was a runoff election because louisiana does these jungle primaries where it doesn't matter your party, you all run against each other, so this was the runoff.
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the turnout was extremely high for what that would be especially in the cities and parishes have high african-americans population. we are looking at these areas, these parishes that turned out a much higher degree than in october. so it's sort of looking at the aspect of these republicans who may have broken away and it looks like that because there was another statewide race here and the secretary of state who was a republican won with 100,000 more votes than eddie rispone received. there is the breakout and something republicans nationwide probably are concerned about if their strategy was to run on the coattails of president trump. >> diane gallagher, thank you so much. speaking of votes. let's talk about the 2020 race. a new poll showing mayor pete
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buttigieg is soaring in iowa. >> jeff zeleny has the story for us. >> there is a new front-runner in iowa and his name is pete buttigieg. for the first time mayor pete buttigieg is sitting on top of the latest democratic poll there. joe biden and bernie sanders and elizabeth warren fighting for second place in that state. amy klobuchar break out at only 6%. look at how they are placed. 62% of likely iowa caucus goers say they could choose another candidate. that gives hope for a dozen
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other democrats in the race here. this is why second choice is so important. elizabeth warren is the second choice of 20% of likely caucus goers followed by buttigieg at 16%. sanders and biden at 13%. electability is a critical question for democrats and that remains the core bit of biden's strength. of the four top candidates tested, majority, 52% say biden could beat trump and the rest do not meet the majority point. this is where the race is standing right now. there is a sense of pragmatism hanging over iowa voters. 63% say they prefer a candidate with a strong chance to beat trump compared to 32% with someone who shares their views. the race is 80 days before the voting in 2020 begins. now the question for pete buttigieg, how does he handle the pressure of being a front-runner? jeff zeleny, cnn, washington.
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>> this is what mayor pete buttigieg had to say about these polls. listen. >> reporter: we just released a poll one minute ago that shows in iowa, with the des moines register, you, in iowa, are in the lead at 25%. >> how about that? >> reporter: what is your reaction? >> that is extremely encouraging. you know? obviously. we have felt a lot of momentum on the ground with the work we have been doing and not in terms of my visits to the state, but a hundred organizers there building relationships and getting our message out. even that, we know we are not as well known as some of my competitors. so it's very encouraging and, at the same time, there is a long way to go and there are a lot of states in this process so i recognize the work that we have got to do both to consolidate our gains and make sure i'm earning every vote as we head into the caucuses in the primaries. >> francesca chambers is with us now. >> good morning. >> good morning to you. wondering if there is nil indication what you think, say,
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vice president biden, warren, sanders might be thinking this morning when they wake up to this news? >> well, if you're joe biden, it has to be something your campaign is seriously concerned about. pete buttigieg has positioned himself to be the person that takes over that middle area as joe biden's polling begins to fall. and amy klobuchar is trying to do the same thing. in the new poll she has jumped up to 6% but not nearly the same as pete buttigieg being the front-runner in iowa was ten points and nine points ahead of elizabeth warren so all have to take a serious look at this including kamala harris is spending a lot of time and resources in iowa and not paying off for her. >> how significant is the iowa polling in 2020 leading to other states and what might happen in the general election? >> the caucus there is important
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in ip was because early voting in the super tuesday states starts at the same time the voters will be heading to the polls in iowa. so someone who does very well in iowa this year could potentially have that -- affect their momentum in the other bigger states like california which has a large number of delegates and an effect on new hampshire which comes after it. the question for pete buttigieg is how he does in the third election this time around and whether it stunts his victory in south carolina or nevada. >> other interesting numbers here, too, in terms of people's second choices. we have senator warren at 20 percent and buttigieg 14% and for people's second choices here. a huge chunk of iowans say you know what? i haven't solidly hit the ground to one particular candidate here. there is a lot of wiggle room.
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what do the second choices say to you about who has the potential to surge? >> well, there is still an opportunity. we are only in november and they won't go to the polls in iowa until february. and pete buttigieg has shown in the last month how much a month can change in the race and also there will be another democratic debate coming up this next week, and they will have an opportunity there to attempt to break out which is what he did. but one thing that pete buttigieg did that is largely credited for this is that he had that on-the-record bus tour he went over the state and reporters could ask them anything they wanted and it go on a lot of media coverage so others have to think about how to grab the air time back. >> i want to ask you about the governorship in louisiana that we were jug talk to diane gallagher about. she talked to some of trump's supporters who said they voted
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for edwards because he -- he was moderate, they are still going to vote for president trump, even though they voted for a democrat for governor. what does that say as well about 2020? does it tell you when it comes to louisiana it was a localized race even though president trump spent to much time there trying to prop up the republican candidates? >> it says that president trump's message while it may bring up his supporters is not translating to victory in other states. he likes to take credit for the wins in north carolina did you that is a fraught argument. when it came to louisiana, when it came to kentucky, he couldn't carry it over the line for those candidates. a message he pushed the other night was that the left, they are radical liberals and socialists and john bel edwards is like them and it wasn't successful here and may not be a successful argument in some of these candidates where the candidates are moderate
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democrats and voters of the states aren't buying that they are part of a radical left agenda. >> francesca chambers, a pleasure to have you with us. >> thanks. the white house says the president is as healthy as can be after a last-minute trip to the hospital for a head-start on his 2020 annual exam? the nfl gave teams a chance to work out colin kaepernick. why the former qb's plans, though, changed at the last minute. in one week... a lot will happen in your life. wrinkles just won't. neutrogena® rapid wrinkle repair's derm-proven retinol works so fast, it takes only one week to reveal younger looking skin. making wrinkles look so last week. rapid wrinkle repair® pair with retinol oil for 2x the wrinkle fighting power. neutrogena®
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1 minut the white house is brushing off questions about unannounced visit by president trump to a military hospital yesterday. the white house denies the president has any health issues. >> kristen holmes is following the story from the white house. what are you hearing there? >> jreporter: good morning. this was an unusual set of events. president trump, yesterday, going to walter reed where he receives his annual physical and he was there two hours. according to the white house he was having some quick tests and labs that were all part of a routine annual physical. but there are some very unusual circumstances surrounding this trip. now, remember, we have two other annual physicals while he has been in office to go off of and they were very routine. they followed the exact same pattern which were they were announced ahead of time. they were noted on his daily schedule and on top of that, he took marine one to walter reed. yesterday was a completely
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different kind of trip. first of all, not only was it not announced but we heard from sources who say it wasn't on his schedule as of friday. so last minute trip and he took the motorcade which means less exposure to reporters and cameras there. late last night president trump tweeting in defense of himself saying the following, quote. so i want to note something here. his last annual physical was in february. so this would be incredibly early for him to have this physical. now, but stephanie grisham, listen to what she had to say, the press secretary. >> we have got a really busy year ahead, as you can imagine. and so the president decided to go to walter reed and kind of get a head-start with some routine checkups as part of his annual exam.
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that's all it was. it was very routine. we had a down day today. so he made the decision to head there. >> there is no truth to the rumors it was something else? you the rumors are flying. >> oh, the rumors are always flying. absolutely not. he is healthy as can be. i put a statement out about that. he's got more energy than anybody in the white house. that man works from 6:00 a.m. until, you know, very, very late at night. he is doing just fine. >> reporter: you heard the press secretary there saying routine, routine, routine. i think she said that word at least twice in that interview and what they will continue to say here. there have always been questions when it comes to the release of president trump's medical records and these annual physicals, what information they are going to give out. stephanie grisham said they are not giving out anything after this physical and wait until the entire physical is done, which as president trump said, will be next year. >> kristen holmes, thank you so
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much. new details in just released transcripts from the impeachment inquiry could mean trouble for gordon sondland. the former official with the national security council said that ambassador sondland had been given a mandate from the president to go make deals and the said the ambassador was a problem and we learned the transcript of the july phone call with president trump and ukrainian leader ended up on a highly classified server potentially by mistake. let's bring in cnn legal analyst and former special assistant to robert mueller, michael zeldin. good morning to you. >> too. >> reporter: he testified he was told the records of the call were placed on this higher security code word classified
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server by mistake. give us the credibility of that for us. >> it seemed to me at the time that there was concern about what the contents of the call contained and that they were concerned about it leaking out. and that it seems that eisenberg, the lawyer that was alerted to this, tried to make sure that it was protected and so what the transcript says is that his, you know, instruction that it be protected was interpreted to mean move it to another secure, more secure server. so i'm not sure, victor, we make much of this thing. the more important when everyone heard that call, they were all alarmed by its contents. not so much where it was -- where it ended up but what was the content of the call that is more alarming. >> morrison goes on to say he says that ambassador sondland also told him that he was discussing the matters involving
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ukraine with the president. does that cause any more trouble for the president now that we have this weekend that the president was in or that the democrats proposed at the end of last week? like does this move anything significantly? >> so we have another witness who was saying that the president was personally involved in asking for some sort of quid pro quo or some sort of public statement as a condition to get the white house meeting and/or the security assistance. if sondland is to be believed or all of those people who heard sondland are to believe believed and sondland, himself, when he testifies on wednesday, confirms all this, then you've got direct evidence linking the president through sondland and others to what, you know, some call the bribery extortion shakedown
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scheme. so sondland becomes, in some sense, like the john dean of this investigation. if he is forthright, consistent with what the people said he said, then it's not going to be a good day for the president. >> also the question the credibility of testimony initially saying he doesn't recall being in any conversations with the white house about investigating the bidens and then there was the correction and then the revelation of that phone call on july 26th that we heard from david holmes in which holmes said he overheard sondland conversing with the president and see where that comes this week. let me move to mark sandy, the career employ at the omb. the profile of someone sign off on the documents related take the military aid to ukraine saying a political appointee was brought in to sign some of the documents. white house omb spokesperson said the idea that administration officials would
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not be involved in budget execution is absolutely ludicrous. what do we learn from the addition of this political appoint i did nee to this proce? >> if you believe the allegations this was some conspiracy to get ukraine to do personal political investigations for the benefit of the president and in order to accomplish that, they, one, had to move the ambassador out of ukraine so that she was not a road block. and then, two, they had to sort of decrease the value of the career people in omb to put a political person in there to do the bidding of the president. so you have potentially this consistency between the removable of the ambassador, a krerl person who was not about to do their bidding, the removal from the front line of the omb people to a political person could do the bidding, and, you know, it creates that appearance. now, whether it's fact or
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appearance remains to be seen but that is the appearance it's creating. >> we will wait to get the fuller testimony of mark sandy. michael zeldin, thank you for being with us. >> my pleasure. thank you. former nfl quarterback colin kaepernick abruptly cancelled an nfl workout and decided he was going to hold his own. we will talk about what it means for his future. of nowhere. those are the ones that show up and change everything.
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26 minutes past the hour. former nfl quarterback colin kaepernick called an audible saturday and abruptly moved his workout from the falcons practice field to a local high school. his representatives say they wanted to ensure full transparency here their reasoning after the nfl blocked access to the media and wanted kaepernick to sign a liability waiver. >> kaepernick had this to say afterwards to reporters.
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i've been ready for three years and been denied 32 years. we are waiting for the nfl and if he teams and roger goodell to stop running from the people. around here, we are ready to play. we are ready to go anywhere. my agent jeff maly is ready to talk to any team and interview with any team at any time. i've been ready. i'm staying ready. and i'll continue to be ready. >> let's bring in carolyn phillips, senior columnist for the shadow league. welcome back. i feel like the conversation we had about jay-z and his partnership with the nfl is that wait and bizarre interaction with the nfl. did you believe before what happened yesterday that this was an authentic interest from the nfl and that kaepernick had a real shot at getting signed by a team? >> no. nothing about this makes sense. >> okay. >> we got the news earlier this
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week this was happening and this has never happened before with the owners and scouts and teams come in and be on hand and felt weird. the thing that caught my attention was the first in the release was no media, no fans. i was like, okay. if the media can't come and guys like me, we can't see for ourselves what he looks like so i'm supposed to take the word of the league? it was just like, okay. so unless this footage leaks or tape leaks and we saw what he did yesterday when at the did his own thing, then we get to see how he looks and have our own judgment. before, all of that would be shut down. so you want me to take the word of the league after three years in this entire situation and none of that set well with me. >> all righty. so we have his representative who issued a statement here. if we can get that up there and i'll read it to you.
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so when you hear that, do you think there is any chance that there is anybody in the league who is saying let's give him a chance? >> i hope so. like i think that is what we should want. after three years of this, that is the only way that this could end. >> but why a specific waiver like that? >> i don't know. even like some legal analysts come in on that and i know a lot of lawyers but i don't know that much about the law. you know that is the thing about the suit he had against the league with, we still don't know how much money he got or this
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wokout w workout was a part of that and we don't get answers. >> you think in the ends this could be a precondition in their agreement? >> i've heard some of that chatter. do i necessarily believe that? no. i believe if that was part of the deal they would have done this on a tuesday like these things are usually handled instead of a saturday when most of the scouts are either watching college football games or teams aren't traveling for the game, either on sunday, sunday night or monday night. >> this is what i don't understand about this. i'm not the avid fan but i follow it from a newsworthy social value position. who does this appease? it doesn't look like it made kaepernick happy. it doesn't appease any of the fans thinking he should or shouldn't be back in the league because of his protests. who wins here? >> nobody really wins but the
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nfl wins the most. there is a winner. now they can say we tried. we had this workout. he didn't want to come. he did his own thing. they can always be like when we did what we had to do if the owners or the teams want to sign him, they can but we have maxed out our control and our potential with this. >> any indication would sign him? >> i don't believe so. i haven't believed so since 2017. but we will see. >> all right. carron phillips, always good to have you. >> thanks for having me. supreme court is debating whether to allow an end to the daca program. the jobs of some 9,000 school teachers are on the line here. we will speak to who daca recipients next who fearthis immigration fight will affect their students. tremfya® helps adults with moderate to severe plaque psoriasis uncover clearer skin that can last. in fact, tremfya® was proven superior to humira® in providing significantly clearer skin. tremfya® may increase your risk of infections and lower your ability to fight them. tell your doctor if you have an infection
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thousands of teachers are in limbo as supreme court weighs daca. talk to us about the fears you have for your students and the fears have you for them if daca is rejected? >> thank you. first of all, i teach kids that are very young, 3 to 5 years old so a lot of the conversations i have are around where i'm going, you know? i was at the supreme court on tuesday and it's really just talking to them that miss reyes is going on a trip. the conversations with colleagues are different. i try to tell them i'm renewing my daca but there is a possibility that the next couple of years are going to be my last years teaching unless congress acts and passes a legislation
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for pathway towards citizenship. >> i know that you've been in the u.s. since you were 2 years old. you were brought here by your mom. you received a masters degree from the university of texas at san antonio. you mentioned you had gone to supreme court tuesday for the opening arguments. what was it like for you to sit there and see and to hear these justices and these attorneys discuss an issue that is going to directly affect you? >> on tuesday, i was, you know, one of the few that were able to go inside the court. i am one of the plaintiffs in the american federation of teachers case that went to supreme court. it was surreal, you know? in my opinion, i think the inside of the courtroom was a lot smaller, you know? given the size of the building and the enormity of the cases going before them. but it was surreal having nine justices hear about this program that has been beneficial for so many people, like myself, and it
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really brought home that they are listening to a lot of policy and intricacies about the law but forgetting a lot about the humanity and our lives. a lot of people depend on daca. >> anjelica, i know you received your daca status 20 years ago and you wrote an article in the "l.a. times" you were talking having having a conversation with a student who encouraged her to go on and get a higher education. that is a pretty specific commonality you have with some of these students. what do the students you talk with fear? >> my students are concerned like when their parents are coming in a few minutes late after work, they are concerned that they have potentially been deported so they have all of these countermeasures and go online and check to see if their
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parents had been deep obtained and make sure their parents are well-informed and they, themselves, are well-informed so they are consistently thinking how will i pay for college and make sure i'm safe? and so it's been a lot of pressure for my students, a lot of anxiety, but it's awesome because i'm able to help them out and help them realize that even though we are putting in these very dehumanizing situations, that we can still contribute to our country and we can still contribute to our community and so i feel like that is something that our students are very much still looking forward to, they are looking forward to becoming doctors and so that particular student, she wants to be a doctor and she was able to qualify for daca and she is looking forward to serving our community, but now that it's at risk, her whole future is in limbo. so she has been preparing to serve our community and, all of a sudden, this dream could be yanked away from her, so she is
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absolutely devastated, as are many of my students who maybe aren't personally daca recipients but they have parents who are daca recipients and they are scared and we are all anxious because, like, karen said, the conversations aren't about like the real people that are impacted, it's about policy and they are forgetting we are your neighbors, we are literally your teachers. we have lived here for our whole lives and so it's incredibly difficult to try to legitimatize our humanity, right? and plead that we are worthy. amin students are amazing and i just wish everyone recognized that and saw that. >> it is heartbreaking you feel you have to prove your worthiness as a human being. it leads me into something you said, karen, earlier. you said so much pressure to be a perfect immigrant. they basically want us to save
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babies from burning buildings and have 5.0 gpa and be doctors but i'm just trying to teach these great humans to be great americans. if you could sit down with president trump what would you say? >> it's hard to be an immigrant. if you're not perfect, you're not worthy. i am privileged that i am a teacher, so i am, you know, someone that people might consider worthy of staying in this country, but the reality is we are all human beings, you know? we all deserve dignity and respect because at the core of it, we just want to live our lives and, you know, contribute to society, you know, help our families out, even -- no bad work. all work should be respected, whether you're a teacher, a doctor, or you work as a mechanic or you work at a gas station, you snow we all just want to live here and live our
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dreams, you know, just live our lives in peace and not be afraid of deportation and that is exactly what people are feeling right now, even those that have daca, you know? we have some sort of protection but that can be taken away any minute as we are seeing right now that daca is at the supreme court and therapy going to decide whether the administration had the legal right to end it and, you know, what we need is protection, not only for ourselves, but for our parents, our community members, you know? and i teach kids and a lot of them -- my students live in a mixed status families. >> karen and anjelica, we so appreciate the two of you being here and helping us understand what is this like from your viewpoint. we wish you both the best of luck. >> thank you. an organization is providing life changing gift for fathers coming out of prison and we will speak to one of those founders next. lly attack it.
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there is misinformation about dads who get out of pretty much that they really do care about their kids even though some people say they don't. there is an organization, fathers uplift, that he has founded that includes giving some of those dads financial emotional traumatic addict-based help to try to get back to their families. so they are helping them get back on their feet and i spoke with that founder charles daniels jr. and he talks to us about what this human kindness that they are offering is really changing in these lives. >> i believe that if fathers have someone to support them overcoming barriers, anything is possible, they can achieve their dreams and also accomplish their goals. normally, what happens is that
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they are released back onto the streets. normally with a plastic bag with their belongings and with a check. the amount of money that they made while they were in jail which isn't that much. oftentimes, they have to go to a cash checking place to cash that check and try to find resources so they can stay afloat while they are out. when you have a criminal history, it's difficult for you to get a job. it's also difficult for you to get had you been housing is you're stuck without the necessary support. we are all about identifying resources prior to your release, right? the guys that we serve will know where they are going before they are released. they will know what jobs, what criminal friendly jobs are available for them when they get released and they have transportation from jail to home. we are in contact with that i recall families prior to their release letting them know they are coming home and preparing them for their release. >> how have you seen people change when they are released because of the program that you offer. >> when we enter their life,
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right, they have a low self-esteem, and low self-confidence and it's been a year or two years since they have seen their kids so they don't know how to navigate and the assumption they will not let me back in their life or the child's mother won't let me see the child. what we find out the mother and child want to be involved but they want to be able to trust them and being able to communicate between the two gaps and parties makes the situation easier. the father has support with picking up the phone and the mother raising the child has support with really giving him a chance and understanding what he not making the mistakes he made in the past. bringing the family together is a beautiful thing to watch and the father leaves with a sense of confidence with increased sense of confidence that sois o of this world. >> charles daniel junior with fathers uplift, we thank you for what you're doing. >> thank you for having me. a pleasure being here. still to come, a military father surprises his son by
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coming home after nine months of deployment. you will want to see this. their reunion is ahead. >> it can be pretty rough around home because , you know, i usually want to play outside and ride my bike with him. having him done is a little tough.
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[ cheers and applause ] >> oh, he's been gone for nine months in the navy. welcome home to jordan holland's dad there. jordan is 11 years old from nashville, tennessee, and that is the big surprise he got from his dad, troy. thank you for your service, sir, and welcome home. we're glad you're back with your family. and we hope that you make good memories today. "inside politics" is up after a quick break. and empties itself into a base you can empty once a month. and unlike standard robots that bounce around, it cleans row by row. if it's not a shark, it's just a robot. doprevagen is the number oneild mempharmacist-recommendeding? memory support brand. you can find it in the vitamin aisle in stores everywhere. prevagen. healthier brain. better life.
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damning impeachment testimony. >> did you feel threatened? >> i did. >> it was littilllogical. >> once again their lies will be exposed just like the last times. >> the president has admitted to and says it's perfect. i say it's perfectly wrong. it's bribery. >> and a big change in iowa. mayor pete buttigieg is now running first in the state that votes


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