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today is the deadline for the white house to decide if they are going to a participate in the impeachment inquiry. will they deflect or defend? you may have heard about the heroes who rushed the london knife attacker. we have footage of that. you won't want to miss it. the president of brazil said this movie star is to plame. hear his response next.
live from cnn world headquarters in atlanta, welcome to our viewers here in the united states and all around the world. i'm michael holmes. cnn "newsroom" starts now. welcome, everyone. british prime minister boris johnson said it was repulsive that london bridge attacker khan was out on early release after being convicted on terror offenses. his comments to the bbc followed british media reports that the uk justice ministry has begun an urgent review of the parole conditions for every convicted terrorist released from uk prisons. we're talking about 70 former inmates. the government's action comes after a convicted terrorist on parole stabbed five people, killing two of them near london bridge on friday.
the dramatic video you see there shows bystanders rushing the man with a fire extinguisher and narwahl tusk. video has surfaced of usman khan speaking in 2008, a few years before he was caught up in a plot to bomb the london stock exchange. have a listen. >> i've been born and bred in england. all the community knows me. these labels, terrorist, even though i am no terrorist. >> mark bolton covering the story for us in london. fill us in on the latest we are hearing of this man and also we have heard about at least one of the victims. >> reporter: 28-year-old
british-born usman chuan was first convicted at the age of 19 of the stockbroker bomb plot. the man that jailed him said he was a serious jihadist. press, yes, he was being monitored. he was tagged. police knew of his whereabouts. yet nothing was done aside from what was done of the immediate aftermath of the attack on fi fishmongers on friday. we know that the one victim killed that has been named so far, skwraeurbg merritt, a 25-year-old graduate of cambridge university, was there specifically for that purpose to help rehabilitate former prisoners. his father has spoken of him. friend say he has a wonderful soul. former prisoners said he was a man that championed the underdog and looked after them when most
of society had abandoned them. one other woman has been killed. she has not been named. of the three people that remain in hospital being treated for severe injuries, one's conditions have improved. police have not updated regarding the conspiracy. it's a lone acting individual, usman khan in this case. they have searched properties 125 miles north of london and working with west midlands anti-terrorism squad and police. released from prison in december 2018, having served just under seven years of a 16-year sentence for terrorism, usman khan was shot dead by london police on friday after they say he stabbed two people to death near london bridge. in 2012, khan was convicted for his part in a terror plot.
aged 19 and one of a gang of nine, he pleaded guilty for his role in a plan to bomb the london stock exchange. the judge warned he was a serious jihadist. yet on appeal in 2013, the terps of khan sentenced change allowing for automatic release in 2018 on license a form of parole in the uk. one condition of his release from custody, khan had to wear an ankle monitor so movements could be tracked. he was wearing it on friday during the attack. sources say he had ties to terrorist groups. >> this is not the time to be
talking about that. i'm focusing spiral on going forward. >> boris johnson claimed the system isn't doing its job. . >> it does not make sense as a society to put terrorist -- people convicted of terrorist offenses serious, violent out on early release. >> reporter: now the british public will demand to know how could a convicted terrorist wearing an ankle monitor carry out such a history risk attack on the streets of london. >> there have been a lot of comments by politicians. is this becoming a political issue with the election coming up >> reporter: yes, it is. elections two weeks away. we have heard from prime
minister boris johnson who will scrap automatic release and push for those convicted of these offenses to serve their full tariffs. he criticized previous deposits for putting in automatic releases. we know ipp in determine tphapbt sentences, they had to be individually assessed orp a polished under a previous conservative deposit. more questions should be asked of the prime minister regarding that. opposition parties, they too believes there needs to be more on neighborhood policing. jeremy corbyn tssaid he does no believe with the prime minister is examine convicted terrorists shou said individual cases should be assessed and decisions based on those merits.
more to come between now and the general election december 12th. >> mark bolton in london, thank you very much. all right. co-founder of a group countering extremist. usman khan, this conference he was at was focusing on the rehabilitation of prisoners. clearly with him, that didn't work. what are the challenges when it comes to deradical wraeugz? what makes it work? what makes it fail? . >> he wasn't at a conference for deradicalization. he was at a general rehabilitation conference. for what needs to be done in regard to terrorists. of those 69 recommendation, the
previous government accepted 68. all of them have not been implemented. the 68 even they accepted have been ignored since prime minister theresa may, the government, this conservative government has completely dropped the paul on counter radicalization. >> a lot of people say people deserve a second chance. you know, some of those who were radicals were duped and regret their actions. that's true i'm sure for many. others will remain true believers. if you have been radicalized once i guess you can be susceptible again. >> the only way we will know which is which is once we start the deradicalization programs. a more efficient approach should be the preventive approach, counter radicalization. to prevent communities entering
down that path in the first place. we have a huge ticking time bomb here in the uk. monitoring 3,000 operationally capable terrorists as of 2017. but there are 20,000 that they also need to be monitoring, according to them, and they simply don't have the capacity to it. add to that 9 out of 10 fighters who have returned from syria walking free on the streets because there is no evidence to convict them. we need to look at community-based initiatives and challenging some of this in doctrination. . >> you can't blame authorities for not being across everyone. khan was meant to be monitored everyone as well. you cannot monitor hundreds and hundreds of people. this is likely to color the debate over repatriation of isis suspects. not just in the uk but europe as well. people are obviously going to slip through the cracks.
what is the answer when you talk about such numbers? . >> absolutely. it's impossible. that's why the police, what they did yesterday, are not at fault. if we're not even trying for any form of deradicalization. if we have stopped with any community-based organizations on the ground i fear it is only a matter of time before this gets on it of control. unfortunately for us the debate in the united kingdom at least since the referendum has been totally distracted by this brexit issue. and that needs to be done and dealt with. there are so many domestic issues that have been dropped to the side as a result of it. this is a classic case in point. >> maajid nawaz, great to get your thoughts. it is a major problem. thank you so much. . >> my pleasure. poland is celebrating one of
those heroic onlookers who took town the london attackers. a polish chef working in london wielded, there you see him there, a tusk from a narwal whale. they are telling him poland is quite proud of you. iraq's council of ministers reviewed a letter after he vowed to step down amid protests we have been reporting on. his exit requires parliament's approval on the vote. the prime minister telling the council his government has spared any efrlts in responding to the protesters' demands. they disagree with that. they are now calling for peaceful transfer of power. >> translator: we had taken brave and daring decisions at that time to prevent the use of
live bullets. regrettably, multiple clashes occurred. this led to the fall of victims and negative consequences. it is left to the government to adopt a polled stance in this record and therefore the resignation is required to calm matters down. >> it did not stop iraqis from returning to the streets. hundreds have died in the anti-government demonstrations. protesters say much more needs to be done to fix the country's system. arwa damon reports from baghdad. >> reporter: it's quite chaotic here, you this is shayma. we were just talking to her. she was saying she just wanted the united nations to come in and get involved and look at
what is going on here, to come in and actually support the population. and they also want to end iran's influence. if you come this way, you can see what has become the defacto front line. and what they are trying to do here is keep pushing forward to take control of these vital bridges across the river. by doing that, they are hoping to keep up even more pressure on the iraqi government. because, they say, unless they keep going like this, unless they keep trying to push forward and make sure that their demands are heard, they say nothing is going to change. she is showing us what is being shot at them. they say this is the blood -- they say this is blood from someone who he says was just shot, who was just injured. and he carried him.
and this is the blood. you can see really how intense it is here right now. again, as we were saying, these are demonstrators who are determined to hold this ground, to hold all ground that they have and to keep pushing forward pause, as i was saying, they want to make sure this time their demands are heard. and what they will also tell you is just demonstrating has not been enough in the past. they say they have to keep the pressure up. otherwise, they say the government will just keep on making empty promises. arwa damon, cnn, baghdad. when we come back, president trump gearing up for a big summit. as he does that, some of the people who could decide the fate of his presidency are waiting in
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>> reporter: the white house needs to decide whether the president or any of his attorneys will participate in any of the impeachment hearings held by the house judiciary committee. that is responsible for drafting articles of impeachments. something that house democrats are likely to move forward with in the coming weeks. so far the white house has not indicated one way or the other. here is the core question the white house faces. the president has been extremely
critical of the impeachment proceedings, calling it a hoax and a scam. he doesn't want to legitimize it by sending attorneys. he has not been able to have an attorney present at any of the impeachment proceedings thus far. those have unfolded on the house intelligence committee. so that is kind of where the president is. so far it's not clear which way the white house is leaning. the president, though, on saturday, did sound off. he is reveling in the contrast of what's going to happen in the first impeachment hearing on wednesday. as democrats hold that hearing, the president will be abroad on international business. here's what the president tweeted on saturday. i will be representing our country in london at nato while the democrats are holding the most ridiculous impeachment hearings in history. read the transcripts. nothing was done or said wrong. the radical left is undercutting our country. hearings scheduled on same dates as nato. this is something quite familiar we have seen from the president of course during special counsel
robert mueller's investigation. the president repeatedly complained about the cloud that he had over his head as he went to meet with key u.s. allies abroad. he felt it undermined his diplomatic efforts abroad. and the president seems to be reprising that theme now that he faces the prospects of impeachment. jeremy diamond, traveling with the president, west palm beach, florida. a professor of government at the university of essex in england joins me now via skype. good to see you again. this impeachment investigation of course has been in the intelligence committee. that's where we have heard the drama. it now goes to the judiciary committee. how different does that look? and do you think the trump administration will take part? >> well, one of the big differences is they will be bringing in legal experts. and they're at the stage where the judiciary report mentioned
where they are going to have to lay out what the articles of impeachment are. of course the big difference, as you already noted, they have invited trump and counsel to participate. i don't think there's any chance that he is going to participate. i think he likes to keep everything in suspense. he likes to delay. he likes to distract. and he likes to delegitimize the whole process. and that seems to be what he's doing. i think we need to talk about the big picture and why the delaying process works so well here. we have a big tension between executive and legislative power with this president because trump, and his attorney general bill barr, have an expansive view of presidential power. last week a federal judge ruling that congress does have the power to subpoena and there is no such thing as absolute immunity. but one of the things we're learning from this presidency, we're learning that though congress has extensive power as outlined in article 1 of the
institution, it just doesn't have the power to enforce anything. and trump seems to know this, and his legal team seems to know this. if he can stonewall, delay, stall things, he is going to be able to get away with whatever he wants to do because congress doesn't have the teeth to tell him to do anything. >> it has been interesting on twitter the last couple of days a lot of people pointing out that he has been strangely why oat twitter. unusually so for the last week or so. he was back tweeting today. one tweet. i think it was the only one he initiated. he will be off at nato while the democrats are holding the most ridiculous impeachment hearings in history. read the transcripts, nothing was done or said wrong. the radical left is undercutting our country. hearings scheduled on same day on nato.
>> the hearings have revealed all kind of important testimony. we heard this again and again. there was 400 million in military aid being held up. and nobody seems to have a reason as to why. and we have been hearing more and more about people who were on this telephone call that they felt was improper, that trump was abusing power. that's why it was important to go through these hearings. and we're moving forward with the house judiciary committee. they are going to try to figure out what the articles of paoe t impeachment are. with certainty, they are going to be talking about abuse of power. whether it will bribery or extortion. they're going to try to put together a clear narrative for voters to understand that what trump did is not much ado about nothing. this is not a witch-hunt. this is not okay. and the test that they have to
ask themselves, any person out there, if this was any other president, would that person have gone away with what trump has done? i think the answer should be to everyone no. but we are seeing our norms are shifting. and that's what is so problematic about this. >> people making the point if barack obama had dup anything like that he would be impeached by now. donald trump making the point that he is going to nato. he doesn't have a lot of friends rolling out the red carpet and greeting him. boris johnson, who donald trump has praised, he has warned to keep quiet on the uk election. you have other nato leaders who resent him and his admonishments. how do you see this going? do you see it as trump the disruptor again? >> i don't know if it will be the trump the disruptor. there are so many other tensions in nato at the moment. there is a war of words going on
between macron and erdogan. they have tremendous tension at the moment. we have had comments from macron about nato and not believing in the commitment to nato. and we have even had angela merkel try to step in and try to calm things down. so we are seeing a nato that is very fractured. >> do you think donald trump has added to that, though? >> in that he makes comments that not every country is not providing enough funding. he seems to be really focused on china and trying to contain china and not everybody is on the same page about how to deal with china. and there's always the risk that he could say something that will disrupt things, but in particular, boris johnson is hoping that trump doesn't say anything too embarrassing
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welcome back to our viewers in the united states and around the world, i'm michael holmes. you're watching cnn "newsroom". let's update you on the hour's top stories. u.s. president trump to decide if he will participate in the first impeachment hearing set for wednesday. the he could send his lawyers. even bigger decision due friday when he must let the same panel know if he will take part in the wider proceedings. boris johnson tells the bbc he has promised to end automatic early release of serious offenders after a convicted terrorist on parole fatally stabbed 25-year-old jack merritt near london bridge. a woman was also killed. three other people injured.
>> poland celebrating one of its own helping to take down the london attacker. you can see there. the polish prime minister says that he is a hero. he is jabbing the man with the narwal tusk. poland's leader praised the man and said poland is proud of you. >> a plane crash in the u.s. left nine people dead, including two children and the pilot. this happened near chamberlain, south dakota shortly after takeoff. three people survived. they have been taken to the hospital. officials say the crash was weather related. it happened during heavy snowfall, which cut visibility. >> a powerful winter storm is threatening millions of holiday travelers across the u.s. 50 million people from coast to
coast are under weather alerts as they praes for a treacherous mix of rain, wind, snow. hundreds of flights have been canceled already. meteorologist eric van dam joins us now to tell us all about it. how bad is it going to be? . >> i just checked flight aware for the latest information. 242 flights canceled today so far. that number is bound to go up. tragedy to see what happened in south dakota. this is an area that experienced hazardous weather conditions. a big storm that is moving eastward and is going to form a travel headache and across the east coast. it will depend on where you live. this is airport weather delay chart. anywhere you see the red circle, d.c. to philadelphia, jfk, pawn, that is where we expect the largest delays today. it is all thanks to the storm system wrapping up over the
eastern two-thirds of the country. heavy snow across the plains, the midwest. now the rain/snow mix moving into the philadelphia region. it is knocking on the doorstep of the big apple. a bust of heavy wet snow and then will transition to rainfall. right along the coastal areas of the east coast. new york, philadelphia, boston, baltimore, those areas will see a lot more rain than originally anticipated. another secondary low will form on the backside. usher in cold air from the north. allow the snow to transition monday. we will start off with a sloppy mess across the area. this is the latest information
from computer models and how much snow we expect. you get out into northern portions of new york, vermont, massachusetts. we have the potential to see over a foot and a half of snowfall with this system. you better believe that's going to cause travel headaches for people coming home from thanksgiving. >> that just looks fear some, doesn't it? >> we don't want to see that, especially for the holiday weekend. >> good to see you, derrick. >> brazilian president linking the hollywood actor lee march toe dicaprio to the amazon rain forest fires. >> reporter: an ngo, paid for
the fires. what did they do? what was the easiest? set the woods on fire, sell it, they launch a campaign against wra jill, then gets in touch with dicaprio, and he donates 500,000 to this ngo. >> extraordinary. environmental groups have accused bowlsonaro of thwls mar. he refuted it saying the future of these irreplaceable eco systems is at stake and i am proud to stand with the groups protecting them. while worthy of support, we did not fund the organizations targeted. new pro-democracy rallies are under way. several protesters held several events in fact, this weekend. among them, a large gathering outside the american consulate. they showed up to thank the u.s.
for passing legislation that backs their movement. many are expressing frat attitude by waving u.s. flags. others holding signs supporting the u.s. president who signed the law into congress passed. it has been exactly one year since the daughter of huawei's founder was taken into custody and then put under house arrest in canada. she has been called the face of the u.s.-china trade war. she's an executive in her own right. the cfo of the huge khaoeu tease telecom provider. canada detained her on extradition request from the united states, which accuses her of violating sanctions against iran. kristie lu stout traveled to shenzhen, china, to speak with her father at the company's headquarters. >> reporter: she has been called a pawn and bargaining chip and the face of the u.s.-china trade war. the u.s. has accused her of
fraud. the kourp but he is the daughter he praises for her year of suffering. >> translator: as a father i of course care about my children. however, the experience of hardship and suffering is good for her and her growth. under the back drop of the u.s. trade war, she is like a small ant being caught between the collision of two giant powers. >> reporter: the cfo of huawei was arrested at the request of the u.s. she and the chinese tech giant face a number of charges, including bank fraud, trade secrets theft and sanctions violations. they both deny the charges. she is fighting extradition. i spokes with her father about life under house arrest, a life she spends in one of two homes she owns in vancouver. she enjoys painting and studying. her mother and husband routinely
fly to canada to care for her. >> when is the last time you spoke with her? >> translator: perhaps three or four days ago. there is no routine. oftentimes i would send her funny stores i found online. >> reporter: have you become closer as father and da you? >> yes. idea. in the past she might not give me a call in a single year. she wouldn't ask how i was or send me a text message. simply knowing my child is out there working really hard already makes me happy. now our relationship has become much closer. >> reporter: days after her arrest in vancouver, diplomatic realizes between china and canada soured. china detained two canadian citizens. china has charged them with espionage and denies their arrests are related to her case. there has been no response, who
according to state media, have been denied access to family since their arrest. you have been able to speak to your daughter. in fact, your relationship has gotten closer even though she's under house arrest. do you know the fathers of michael and michael deserve that as well? >> translator: i don't have information about these to people or the law enforcement in this case. that's why i cannot give any comment on this issue. >> on january 20th, she will be in court to fight extra dizzy to the -- extra decision to the u.s. one thing is for certain, she won't get promoted. >> translator: hardships will have a major impact on grit and character. when she returns, it doesn't mean she will be given greater responsibilities. she is a financial officer. she won't be handling other aspects of the business.
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washington, to tssao paulo, brazil. despite advances in research, there is still a long way to go. about 1.7 million people were infected in 2018 alone. that's according to unaids. for more, dr. carlos dileo joins us from france via skype. you are the director of the emery center for aids research. reading your resume is like reading a history of service to the aids community and work in fighting aids. things are looking up now in terms of treatments. but was there a point where you despaired that you wouldn't get to this stage? >> thank you, michael. i appreciate you taking the time to talk to us, to me. clearly i've been involved in this battle for over 30 years.
and i will tell you that, yes, at the beginning there was a lot of despair. but i think what really we have learned is that we have come together this far because people have worked together with researchers, industry, with governments to really through research advance knowledge. we are where we are right now. we have treatments. we have prevention that we have because we have worked together and research has taken us here. so i want to really say it is really working together where we are making progress. i'm convinced we will be able to end this epidemic by continuing to do the same thing. . >> it is now basically like having a chronic illness that you can treat with drugs. people are showing no sign of the virus as long as they stay on the drugs. preventive drugs can stop people
from getting it. what about a cure? >> three major challenges remaining in research. one, finding a cure. as you say, we don't have a cure right now. a patient said something to me i'll always remember. when aids and hiv is not a death sentence, it is still a life sentence. you still have to take medications for the rest of your life. we have 36 million affected worldwide. at some point in time we want to not have to treat people the rest of their lives. and finding a vaccine will be critical tool. and then the other thing is to strengthen health care systems so people continue receiving medications in an appropriate way.
>> you froze there just for a second. you i think you were touching on something i wanted to get to as well. according to world health organization, you have 37.9 people living with hiv. two-thirds live in africa. that's where anti viral drugs aren't as readily available as in the west. getting it under control in places that do not have that kind of access. what needs to be done there? >> they are available in africa. we have 20 million people on
anti viral therapy. there are more people on anti viral therapy in south africa than the entire united states. . >> wow. that's extraordinary. thank you for the work that you do, sir. and hopefully more advances will be made. dr. carlos del rio, from the efplry center for aids research. . >> thank you, michael. the national football league says this man was involved. ahead, how the nfl is responding. there's a company that's talked to even more real people than me: jd power. 448,134 to be exact. they answered 410 questions in 8 categories about vehicle quality. and when they were done, chevy earned more j.d. power quality awards across cars, trucks and suvs than any other brand over the last four years. so on behalf of chevrolet, i want to say "thank you, real people." you're welcome.
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charge of simple assault. >> another american football player has landed in hot water for an entirely different reason. the national football league has suspended a player for betting on league games. coy wire with the story. >> reporter: the same year they took on a casino sponsor and before they move one of their franchises to vegas, a player is disciplined for gambling for the first time in the last 23 years. the nfl has suspended arizona cardinals josh shaw for betting on games on multiple occasions this season. they didn't name any games specifically. we don't know if the bets were placed legally. but the league did say they didn't find any evidence that inside information was used or the game was compromised. they say none of shaw's teammates or coaches were aware
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