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i'm wolf blitzer in the situation room. there's new fallout from the in the district. justice department's extraordinary intervention in the case against president trump's long-time confidante the judge said pursuant to a local rule i want to find out why that is. roger stone. there may be more departures that never ended up happening because the president dropped the case. from the department of justice in protest by the decision of there's press kecedent behind i i think it would be a worthwhile attorney general william barr to overrule the sentencing thing to do. >> the federal judge can hear the recommendations from the prosecution all day long but in the end it's up to her to decide recommendation. the president is thanking them for reducing the sentence and is what the sense tentence should thanking attorney general bill barr for, quote, taking charge. right? >> people might be surprised to think the sentence is a little how judiciary members announced bit high. that's not the issue. that barr will testify before the issue is how they went about the committee on march 31st to, making the sentencing quote, address numerous concerns recommendations, they blindsided regarding his leadership and the the prosecutors and done at the president's improper influence over the justice department. that's a quote. behaest of the president who ha we'll talk about that and more with congressman cedric richmond a particular relationship with of the judiciary committee and the president. our correspondents and analysts >> the president said there are also standing by. shouldn't even have been a
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let's get to the breaking news, prosecution of roger stone. >> preet bharara, thanks for our senior justice correspondent joining us. >> thanks for having me. is working for the story for us. >> just ahead, the democratic evan, you have new information? >> that's right. candidates move on from new hampshire and begin to look we are anticipating talking to ahead to the next critical officials at the u.s. attorney's contest. we're getting new information. stek around. office in washington that more prosecutors may be leaving this ♪ rock music office. the fallout continues just as >> man: so i'm not taking any chances when something happens to it. this intervention happened in so when my windshield cracked... the last couple days in the my friend recommended safelite autoglass. sentencing of roger stone. >> tech: hi, i'm adrian. we already saw four prosecutors >> man: thanks for coming. >> tech: oh, no problem. >> tech: check it out. >> man: yeah. leave the case, quit the case they came right to me, with expert service and one has left the justice where i needed it. department entirely. that's service i can trust... the prospect of further no matter what i'm hauling. right, girl? departures shows this is an >> singers: ♪ safelite repair, safelite replace. ♪ impact that is going to be spreading here in the u.s. attorney's office as tensions have been building between this office and main headquarters where bill barr, the attorney general and other officials have had disagreements, not only over the stone case but also over the michael flynn case where, as you know, the form are national security adviser is still awaiting sentencing, wolf.
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>> the president has made it clear in his tweets and public statements he doesn't even think there should have been prosecution of these cases and that the justice department and the federal government, the prosecutors went too far. >> that's right. he really believes that what he says with these malicious prosecutions, these are people he believes were unfairly targeted as a result of being supporters of the president. part of what the president is saying has really struck a cord, at least with some of the people at the justice department, the attorney general who believes that some of these cases have a former army medic, made of the we maflexibility to handle members like kate. gone too far. now, in the case of michael whatever monday has in store and tackle four things at once. flynn recently, wolf, the prosecutors who have been handling the sentencing had so when her car got hit, she didn't worry. she simply filed a claim on her usaa app and said... initial live p initially proposed to perhaps suggest prison time for michael i got this. flynn. you know he has essentially gone usaa insurance is made the way kate needs it - easy. back on his guilty plea, he is she can even pick her payment plan so it's easy on her budget and her life. trying to withdraw it without usaa. what you're made of, we're made for. doing so much and justice usaa department bosses had pushed
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back. he believed michael flynn should not if to prison. we're seeing this playing out in court filings. you're seeing prosecutors are saying that michael flynn still deserves to stick by his guilty's almost like a mywchallenge everydayg journey. plea. >> what are you hearing about to see how well i can eat and still enjoy myself all day long. the toattorney general barr cou i wake up every morning to see how much weight i've lost interfere in other cases? >> one of the cases they're and how much better i look. myww referring to is the case of rudy join for free and get three months free! giuliani -- >> he's under investigation? >> that's right. that case is still ongoing. we're told that bill barr has been keeping tabs on the case. he is not personally interfering or involved in it, but he it keeping tabs on it. prosecutors in essentially briefing him once a month or every few weeks to make sure they're on the same page. there's no sign at this point of interference from anybody at the justice department headquarters.
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>> what are you hearing about morale right now in the aftermath of this walkout by these four career federal sflurts. >> -- federal prosecutors? >> i think a lot of people are shocked. let me be clear, it's not unusual for bosses to overrule prosecutors who want to throw the back at one who is under investigation and who is going to be sentenced. what's unusual is for prosecutors to make a recommendation, file it in court and the justice department to come in and disavow what they did and essentially criticize them publicly. that just never happens. it's something that i certainly have never seen in the 12 years i've been doing this. >> i've been speaking to a lot of people. they've never seen anything like this either. good reporting. thank you very much. let's go to the white house, jim acosta is joining us. democrats are indig nangt ovnanl of this but most republicans are staying silent.
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>> it unclear if more resignations will impact the president's behavior. the president insists that he's done nothing wrong, even as he is thanking the justice department to bending to his wishes in the trial of his long-time associate roger stone and retaliating against administration officials who have crossed him, mr. trump's fellow republicans aren't showing any signs in the meantime they intend to do anything about any of this. the president is all but blowing a kiss to the justice department for intervening in the case of his former campaign adviser roger stone, who is facing a larger prison sentence until mr. trump started complaining. but the president claims he didn't meddle in the case. >> i want to thank the justice department for seeing this horrible thing, and i didn't speak to them by the way. >> reporter: the justice department's department to seek a lighter sentence for mr. stone there's more news coming in prompted four thunderstorm prosecutors to quit the case. on the breaking news tonight. sources are telling cnn there mr. trump didn't seem to mind. >> he was treated pretty badly. may be more resignations from
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the justice department in protest by the decision by the i'm not concerned about anything. they ought to go back to school. attorney general bill barr to overrule the sentencing recommendation for president trump's long-time friend and nine years in jail, that's a confidante roger stone. disgrace and in the mine time laura croaoates, what do you ma comey walks around making book of this? what red flags are developing, especially if there are going to be more resignations from the deals. the president will not rule out district attorney's office here in the district of columbia? a pardon for mr. stone. >> i was an ausa in that very administration officials claim office, very principled there was no revenge sought against sacalexander vindman an his brother, after being pushed attorneattorne out of the white house, payback prosecutors, the notion they would be have been so offended for the lieutenant's testimony. and froprotesting. >> it was time for them to go back. remember, when the prosecutors their services were no longer go into court, they need to be needed. able to say we are acting in an they've gone back to the department of the army and objective, fair way, considering that's where they'll continue the sentencing guidelines and we their career. >> that doesn't quite line up know the case so well and with the president, who said he was unhappy with vindman. aggravating factors like >> well, i obviously was unhappy tampering like witnesses or violating a gag order all comes with the job he did and the
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military can handle him any way into play. to have them be undermined the way they are, it would have been they want. >> reporter: but there are signs humiliating and had a dire the president's latest fixation effect on other prosecutors' is on the stone case. morale and the confidence the the white house suddenly court could have in every single withdrew the nomination of jesse prosecutor's recommendation to liu, a federal prosecutor tapped say do you mean this right now, for a top job at the treasury will it be the same at 12 p.m. department. she oversaw the office handling in how about tomorrow in it i? a the stone case. it is a long-term effect. the president is also targeting the jarj pudge presiding over t >> how bad will it be if more stone trial. democrats say the president is prosecutors satart resigning? out of control. >> left to his own devices, >> it will be bad. president trump will turn you look at bob bauer, who was a america into a banana republic former prosecutor under president obama and he's saying this speaks volumes and it's a message coming from those with where the dictator can do prosecutors at the justice department saying enough is whatever he wants and the justice department is the enough, in terms of preservifrv president's personal law firm. >> reporter: the president's top the independence and separation defenders are pushing back on from the administration and for that. >> he should not be commenting future cases as well, that this on cases in the system, i said isn't an easy decision for those that a bunch. to make but it's one that made if i thought he had done something that had changed the with their conscience and focused on the future of this outcome inappropriately, i'd be the first to say. country sending a message that
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this is not normal. >> reporter: still, some think about it, regardless of whatever a good week the republicans are unsettled by the president had last week, he was president's moves. impeached. so he wasn't convicted of course >> he was impeached and there but he was impeached. has been criticism by both and that for any other president given there had only been three, republican and democratic that would be the ultimate crescendo. senators of his call. but here you have a situation i believe that he will be much where the president seems to be emboldened, he's not hiding back on anything and if this doesn't more conscious in the future. send a message to him and to bill barr and to others at the justice department, i'm not sure what will. >> you know, ryan, earlier today >> reporter:. the president actually public live thanked the justice department for intervening in the roger stone case. listen to this. >> asked by reporters el >> i want to thank the justice department for seeing this horrible thing, and i didn't earlier, about this, he speak to them, by the way, just responded that it the democrats so you understand. they saw the horribleness of a are crooked. it doesn't sound like it the nine-year sentence for doing kind of lessons that republicans nothing. you have murderers and drug that were watching all of this were hoping he would learn after addicts that don't get nine his impeachment trial ended. years. >> what's your reaction? some are accusing the president of saying the attorney general
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>> important point indeed. sort of as his personal attorney joining us is a key member of general. >> he incentivizing the attorney the judiciary and homeland general to act this way in the future. he's praising they will for committees. congressman, thanks for coming these actions. why doesn't he just pardon roger in. what's your opinion of the stone if that's what he thinks breaking news that there may be the issue is here and it was an more departures from the u.s. unfair prosecution he does have the pardon power, attorney's office in washington it does look look it-- like it' in protest over what happened. >> well, good for them. it's about time somebody stands up to this president. going towards that, this we have an attorney general that will not, and we have senate pressuring the justice department and breaking the norm republicans all but one that of independence, it's bad. unless republicans on the hill will defer their conscience, speak up, unless they're as outraged as the prosecutors in the justice department, it will their morality to this president hoping that he would learn some continue and when there's a democratic president, that norm sort of lesson, but it's just will have been broken and, you know, often there's no way to not in him. it's the same reason why a mule put the jeann genie back in the can't win the kentucky derby. it's just not in this president bottle. if you want to return to the to do the right thing, to have justice department's traditional morals and be bigger and rise to the occasion of the office. independence, you might have to and i think that it should scare legislate it. you're going to need something the american people. to go back. >> i know that william barr, the >> nobody would be surprised if attorney general, has now the president pardons roger apparently agreed to testify stone or michael flynn, maybe before your committee at the end of march.
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what do you hope to learn from him? what do you want to ask him? >> well, one, i would like to know who is in charge of the attorney's office. >> isn't he in charge? paul maunnafort. >> he's supposed to be in charge >> roger stone is one of his but it appears like this is al longest friends and political advisers. this looks like where this is capone investigating who conducted the valentine's day going. it sends the message that if massacre. you're the president's friend, i mean, they are so intertwined if you believe what he believes and it is so incestuous inside politically and you break the law, the president will step in that white house. and rescue you and pardon you. so when you see a president interfere in prosecutions and it sends a real message that sentencing, it should scare the american people. i just don't see the outrage yet there isn't equal justice department for people under the law. and, listen, i think ryan is from my republican colleagues we have to protect this democrac i right. we'll see what republicans do, they may say this is improper, what happens after this. the president shouldn't be doing >> the president publicly this but mostly i don't think thanked william barr, the there's much outrage coming from attorney general, for republicans. >> not to be too flip but trump intervening in roger stone's sentencing issue. and stone has a complicated what does that mean, big relationship. i don't think trumpou picture, for the justice system? >> well, it means that this time in prison. it's not like a purely positive president is thumbing his nose at the american people. relationship. it may just be at the democrats >> let me shift gears for a but it's really the american moment, bianna. judicial system and the attorney
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general doesn't work for the president, he works for the people. the fact that this president can weigh in and then thank the attorney general just to let people know that this president did weigh in, i think it's very marie yovanovitch. scary. and so when you look at a justice system that should be blind and that should just follow the facts, it's a sad day about what this says about that system. >> the republicans are pretty >> right now they are in silent on all of this, even when asked a bunch of questions let trouble. vacancies at all levels are me play a clip of republican unfilled and officers are senator susan collins. wondering whether it is safe to listen to this. express concerns about policy even behind closed doors. i think one of the things that >> i don't know what you're has sustained me is the support referring to. of all of you. i made it very clear that i don't think anyone should be retaliated against. that has nothing to do with the you know, when you go through basis by which i voted to acquit the president. >> so what's your response to some things -- that? >> the president has reached in >> she went through some things. and taken out the heart and what do you make of her message, courage of every republican senator except mitt romney. bianna? >> you know, good for her. and that's the fear that i have at least we have that right in now, that now that he has done this country where you can speak
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that, he is unleashed on the out. clear the the president and american people because he knows he can do anything because he secretary pompeo want nothing has scared and beaten thecheck. more than for her to go away. if there's anybody who suffered the most throughout this whole and so that is a real -- drama over ukraine and funding >> what, if anything, are ukraine with military aid, democratic senators going to do about that, representatives and senators for that matter? >> well, look, we will have barr obviously it's the soldiers in before us, we will have him under oath and we will ask him very pointed questions about the involvement and i think that we ukraine b ukraine but it's also marie. let -- we follow the facts good to her. >> coming up, super tuesday, wherever they lead. and that is unfortunately, i believe, going down right back into a path of investigating who march 3rd. knew what and when. ♪ show her you care, make her heart sing ♪ but this is so precious that we have to do it, and i think that make this valentine's day mean more. all of the american people ♪ jared. should want that to happen. >> you're a member of judiciary ♪ ♪ committee, but you're also the national co-chair of the biden ♪ ♪ 2020 presidential campaign. the former vice president came
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in fourth in iowa, fifth in new hampshire. what happened? >> it's very clear in both iowa ♪ ♪ and new hampshire it was a very wherever we want to go, we just have to start. pretty much dominant state of white americans and that's just autosave your way there with chase. not vice president biden's base. chase. his base is very diverse. make more of what's yours. it is partially white americans, latino americans, heavily african-americans. so when get to south carolina when very diverse populations get to speak, we will do much better. but, look, i applaud bernie sanders and pete and elizabeth for doing so well there, but you can't win the democratic nomination if you don't have a diverse coalition and amy klobuchar, a diverse coalition of supporters. so no one has ever won the democratic nomination since 1992 without having a substantial portion of the african-american yeah. only pay for what you need with liberty mutual. vote. >> but he's losing support. only pay for what you need with liberty mutual. you saw this quinnipiac con liberty mutual solo pagas lo que necesitas. university poll that just came out this week. only pay for what you need... in january biden's support of only pay for what you need. ♪ liberty. liberty. liberty. liberty. ♪
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african-americans 49%, it's now down to 27%. michael bloomberg has gone from 7% up to 22%. i mean, if he needs african-american support, that's not encouraging if he loses 20-plus points. >> let me put it this way, i think african-americans do what they want. they're very pragmatic and they kick the tires before they buy a vehicle. no one's had a chance to kick the tires of michael bloomberg yet. he has not been in a debate, he has not had to answer very tough questions about stop and frisk, about the lack of support for is that for me? mhm president obama. i think that when. s get that portion of his record aaaah! will take another look. but let's be clear, i have never nooooo... seen this amount of money spent nooooo... nooooo... in a presidential or any quick, the quicker picker upper! campaign in my life. >> by michael bloomberg. bounty picks up messes quicker and is 2x more absorbent than the leading ordinary brand. $350 million so far and he's not competing in the first four states. he's waiting for super tuesday [son loudly clears throat] sigh on march 3rd. >> correct. [mom and dad laugh]
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bounty, the quicker picker upper. he's advertising heavy. they have people out walking my neighborhood in louisiana now. it is a democratic process. i believe the more the merrier, but i think once african-americans will kick the tires on all the candidates, they'll come right back to vice president biden. winning the popular vote is nothing. you have to win michigan, you have to win wisconsin, you should win ohio, you should win florida and vice president biden has the best numbers in those states. it's unfortunate that new hampshire and iowa both put such a spin on momentum and everything else, but remember diversity gets to speak in the next two contests. >> the former vice president is lucky to have your support. >> senator richmond, all welcome here in the situation room. >> thanks for having me. >> just ahead, we'll have more doprevagen is the number oneild mempharmacist-recommendeding? memory support brand. on the extraordinary justice department intervention in the you can find it in the vitamin aisle in stores everywhere. roger stone case and what are the implications on this move? prevagen. healthier brain. better life.
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skblfrm we have news coming into the situation room. iowa's democratic chairman has just resigned after the caucus catastrophe that has the candidates asking for a partial recanvassing. lots going on, ryaryan, right n. >> troy price offering up his resignation. these candidates are ready to move past new hampshire and iowa, already thinking about nevada and south carolina and those big prizes that come on super tuesday. bernie sanders is not wasting any time. >> this victory here is the beginning of the end for donald trump. >> reporter: on the heels of his narrow win in new hampshire, the vermont senator is embracing the role of front-runner and setting his sights on the road ahead. >> i believe we're going to win in nevada. i think we're going to win in south carolina. i think we're going to win a
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whole lot of states on super tuesday. >> reporter: sanders has plans my body is truly powerful. to crisscross the country in the coming days, making stops not i have the power to lower my blood sugar and a1c. only in nevada but super tuesday because i can still make my own insulin. states like north carolina, and trulicity activates texas and colorado. as he takes up the mantle as the my body to release it like it's supposed to. leader, he's also taking trulicity is for people with type 2 diabetes. incoming heat from his opponents, including the it's not insulin. runnerup in new hampshire, pete i take it once a week. it starts acting in my body from the first dose. trulicity isn't for people with type 1 diabetes buttigieg, attacking sanders medicare for all plan. or diabetic ketoacidosis. >> senator sanders' message he's don't take trulicity if you're allergic to it, going to rerace thoerase those you or your family have medullary thyroid cancer, or have multiple endocrine neoplasia syndrome type 2. replace with a single plan for stop trulicity and call your doctor right away everybody is going to be a tough if you have an allergic reaction, a lump or swelling in your neck, sell among voters who want to or severe stomach pain. have that choice. serious side effects may include pancreatitis. >> buttigieg's campaign announcing plans to expand staff taking trulicity with a sulfonylurea or insulin increases low blood sugar risk. in nevada and releasing a new side effects include nausea, diarrhea, vomiting, belly pain, television ad on health care. and decreased appetite, he's not the only one. >> hello, america, i'm amy which lead to dehydration and may worsen kidney problems. klobuchar and i will beat donald i have it within me to lower my a1c. trump. >> amy klobuchar seeking to
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ask your doctor about trulicity. capitalize on her surprised third place finish raising money and launching two ads of her own in nevada. >> we have a president who thinks everything is about him, his tweets, his golf courses, his ego. >> meanwhile elizabeth warren and joe biden are looking to regroup after disappointing showings in new hampshire vowing they are in the race for the long haul. >> and we are just getting started. >> reporter: biden counting on more diverse democratic electorates in nevada and south carolina to give his campaign a much-needed jolt. >> vice president biden has been in this race the candidate be stronger... that's been able to rally that support, build that coalition. with nicorette coated ice mint. these are the voters we're going layered with flavor. to need to turn out to beat it's the first and only coated nicotine lozenge. donald trump. for an amazing taste... ...that outlasts your craving. >> ryan, excellent piece, south nicorette ice mint. carolina, nevada a lot more for an amazing taste... i feelbusiness cards...newving. logo...outdoor sign. diverse than iowa and new hampshire. >> that's right. what we'll see is a fight for and focus on african-american you always get me. now, get free 1 hour in-store pick up... voters in south carolina and office depot officemax and african-american voters and latino voters in nevada.
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it put up or shut up time for same time next week. yes! joe biden. their rationale at least lately has been that their firewall is can attack anywhere. south carolina they have shown in these last two contests they get fast relief here aren't as strong with white with primatene mist. available over the counter for mild ashtma. voters as i think they thought they would be going into this primatene mist. breathe easy again. nomination fight. but, yeah, i think the other test is going to be for candidates like pete buttigieg, can he expand beyond the white voters he's done well with in these first two contests and more justice department somebody like bernie sanders, who has grown if you think about resignations are now possible in the way he was performing with coming days in protest in the african-american voters and latino voters in 2016, he's made intervention in the roger stone some strides among both of those trial. let's bring in preet bharara. groups. i think in nevada you're going as you heard, cnn is learning to see that contest play out. union support very big in that more justice department resignations are possible. nevada. we'll see what these candidates do. what does this indicate to you? >> bianna, the former vice president has a huge challenge right now. >> it indicates to me the mood he came in fourth in iowa, fifth of the justice department is in new hampshiretas for eight y dark. we've gone through three years of constant developments that suggest the president doesn't respect the rule of law, that he thinks there should be under president obama so his name recognition is very high. favoritism with respect to >> and he's run on that and his people that are close to him and
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association with the obama special different kind of administration as well, and i have to tell you just here in negative treatment for people who are opposed to him. new york and across the country, when you have an entire team of you're just bombarded by seeing advertisements of president line prosecutors, career obama not with joe biden but prosecutors who step away from a case after being humiliated by with michael bloomberg. you're seeing there's more their bosses in washington and competition there, there's more not only that but being money there. we know that the former vice president is having an issue blindsided in finding out there with getting more funding at this point. was a change in the sentence and but, look, the turnout in new hampshire was promising for democrats. they learned about it on fox i think for joe biden going forward, he's going to be news station, that tells you how focused on that minority vote and another reminder as we saw bad things are. >> we're learning that bill barr from new hampshire and what has interviewed on other high cases to the president like the happened with haamy klobuchar h case of michael flynn. important those debates are. we're going to hear from is that appropriate? >> it depends on what he said and did and if there's a pattern bloomberg next week. there should be pressure from developing, it's problematic. joe biden and his performances which have been rocky at best. the attorney general of the united states is allowed to and has a responsibility to oversee >> you're just back from new the department and oversee the hampshire. how do you explain biden's poor people in the department and keep an eye on significant and showing. >> biden said this person who sensitive cases.
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but you have evidence time and had a kind of shaky stump speech and performance and a few days timed again the attorney general before, about a week before iowa is substituting his own opinion for what he thinks is good for that gap closed and iowa closed the president and what the judgment of career prosecutors and iowa voters, there were serious doubts about whether his are. we have the case of michael age and generation was right and flynn, that sentence was changed sanders and buttigieg, credible seemingly overnight. we'll press for answers directly from the attorney general when communicators and just -- he testifies in the house on march 31st. bianna's point is so >> all this comes as the president is publicly thanking deciding very, very late. the attorney general for 53% of voters in new hampshire intervening and lessening the sentence for roger stone what decided in the last few days. that's why ryan's piece was so good in setting this up as nothing's over, nothing's been are the plim casimplications? >> the fact that the president decided. biden is almost dead but he'll says these things, they're get another -- he'll have a basically admissions of things final stand in south carolina. that maybe the attorney general would prefer not to hear. him sanders is strong because he did well in the first two states, but nobody is coalescing around
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who said we did not do this a single candidate yet. because of the president, we're that's sort of what's defining not intervening, in the ordinary the case. course we were taking these >> big question mark, mikchael actions because we thought the sentence was too high or some other such thing. they you have the president come out and say, hey, thanks, my friend, for getting involved and intervening in a particular way bloomberg. to help someone who is my close >> and bidsanders is going to go associate, close confidante, texas and colorado. campaign adviser and long-time he has the resources to do this already, something that not a lot of other campaigns can say. fr friend, which is not something >> he spent $350 million, has anybodies y else in the countrys 3,000 people working on his the benefit off. payroll on the campaign and he's >> first of all, do you think got a lot more where that came from. coming you, anderson will speak the judge will comment and what with senators bernie sanders and elizabeth warren, 8 p.m. will it reveal? eastern. stick around for that. >> you don't just walk off a also, a new warning from u.s. case, particularly in you're a defense counsel. health officials as the they made pro forma requests to coronavirus spreads. (announcer) carvana's had a lot of firsts. get off there's a case that took place
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othroughout the country for the past twelve years, mr. michael bloomberg is here. vo: leadership in action. mayor bloomberg and president obama worked together in the fight for gun safety laws, to improve education, and to develop innovative ways to help teens gain the skills needed to find good jobs. obama: at a time when washington is divided in old ideological battles he shows us what can be achieved when we bring people together to seek pragmatic solutions.
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an alarming new warning from the cd krchlts aboc about the d americans about coronavirus. david culver reports from beijing. >> reporter: tonight health officials are warning americans to be on guard for possible new coronavirus cases as the death toll tops 1100 worldwide. >> we can and should be prepared for this new virus to gain a foot hold in the u.s. at some point we are likely to see community spread in the u.s. or other countries and this will
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trigger a change in our response strategy. >> reporter: the world health organization also signaling that it is too soon to say the spread of the deadly virus is slowing down. >> it is way too early to try to predict the beginning, middle or the end of this epidemic. >> reporter: the u.s. centers for about disease control and prevention revealing today that more than 30,000 travelers from china have been screened at airports across the u.s. in recent weeks. the confirmed case count stands at 13 in the u.s. with dozens of test results still pending. and while nearly 200 americans celebrated the end of their quarantine, hundreds more remain for a few more days. aboard the diamond princess, at least 40 more cases of passengers and even a quarantined worker testing positive bringing the number of inspected to 175.
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>> just another day more passengers, it gets a bit tiring for sure. kind of feel like a punching bag. you just didn't know what is going to be next. >> reporter: in china, cnn spoke with two patients who contracted the virus and say that they have recovered. >> first my result is positive. so i've been treated. >> reporter: this 21-year-old college student who asked we call him tiger ye was infected while stud dying not far from t seafood market believed to be ground zero of the virus. >> translator: i was scared and fearful having contracted this disease. >> reporter: the this 31-year-old engineer says getting tested took days because of scarce resources but says that he recovered after being admitted for treatment. >> i think for the young and strong, the disease is moor like a heavy cold.
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only that it is highly contagious. so it causes panic. >> reporter: both men we spoke with say they finished with their treatments but remain in government monitored hotel quarantines. and we should stress there will be the first real test of the extreme containment efforts that are under way here in china in a few days. you have 160 million people estimated to travel after the extended lunar new year holiday. so what does that mean? you have millions who will be on the planes, train, close quarters with one another. and that raises the risk of potential exposure of this virus. >> david culver, be careful over there. thanks for that report. stay restless with the icon that does the same. the new rx. crafted by lexus. lease the 2020 rx 350 for $419 a month for 36 months. experience amazing at your lexus dealer.
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