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good morning. and welcome to your "new day." i'm boris sanchez. >> i'm laura jarrett in for christi paul this sunday. >> good morning, laura. donald trump is back on the attack. the former president taking the stage in iowa and taking aim with no shortage of targets, including some former allies. and despite promising signs in the fight against covid, one of the nation's top doctors has a warning for the country. >> this is not the time for people to let down their guard. there are more people gathering indoors, cold weather is coming, schools are in place, so it is an opportunity for this virus,
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and we should think of the virus as the enemy. plus, a frightening situation in the sky, an erratic passenger forcing an emergency landing at laguardia airport. we have details on what happened. plus nearly two feet of snow, whiteout conditions, and extreme cold, dozens of runners getting stranded during a 50-mile run in utah. we speak to the organizers of that race. sunday, october 10th. we are grateful to have you with us and great to see you as well, laura, good morning. >> good morning, boris. great to be with you lots to cover this sunday morning for sure. donald trump riling up a crowd in iowa, taking aim, lashing out, going after seemingly everybody, democrats,
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the media, even senate minority leader mitch mcconnell, a former ally, trump urging republicans to unite against president biden's economic agenda and took aim at the house select committee investigating the january 6th insurrection, calling it the unselect committee. i'm not sure what that means, laura. >> i'm not either, but, of course, he continued to rehash his lies about the 2020 election sayings the quiet part out loud, frustrated that mcconnell didn't help him with his attempted coup. >> mitch mcconnell didn't have the courage to challenge the election. he's only a leader because he raises a lot of money, and he gives it to senators. that's the only thing he's got. that's his only form of leadership. he should have challenged the election. >> reporter: challenged the election. trumps also blasted mcconnell for making a deal with the democrats on this temporary fick for the debt ceiling crisis even though the national debt rose by
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nearly $7.8 trillion during president trump's time in office. there was no outcry from trump when he was president and mcconnell voted three times to increase or suspend the debt limit. now with democrats holding a slim majority in congress, boris, it seems trump and other republicans accuse mcconnell of being the one that's caving. >> of course democrats are facing their own challenges. the debt ceiling fix, that now expires in early december, and of course still no consensus over president biden's economic agenda. let's get to cnn congressional reporter daniella diaz who joins us from capitol hill. some of these attacks on mitch mcconnell from former president trump sharp, sharper than many i've seen before. have we gotten any response from the minority leader? >> not yet, boris, but he chooses when he responds to these things. this is not the first times the former president has attacked senate minority leader mitch mcconnell. we'll see how he responds. we're not really expecting this to affect him in any way.
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mitch mcconnell has done what he thinks is best for the republican party and to try to win back majority in the senate and that's what he's going to continue to do. look, former president donald trump did not mince any words against mcconnell and mcconnell is not only facing criticism from trump on this decision to reach an agreement with senate majority leader chuck schumer this week to suspend the debt ceiling until early december, but he's also facing criticism from conservatives in the senate and his own party. senators like lindsey graham, rand paul, these senators were incredibly disappointed this week that mcconnell blinked and decided to reach an agreement with schumer to suspend the debt ceiling until early december. mcconnell defended this. he said that he did this because he didn't want the nation to default on its debt, but he said he's not going to help democrats again. take a listen to what former president donald trump said last night about this.
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>> this bill is a sinister combination of job killing tax hikes and woke fascism that will destroy our nation and to think that we had 11 republicans go along with an extension. headed up by mitch mcconnell. can you believe. >> mitch mcconnell? >> not only are republicans having some infighting about what happened with the debt ceiling but democrats are squabbling because they cannot reach an agreement for a price tag for this economic bill that they're debating. bottom line here is, lots of squabbles and tension here on capitol hill. boris and laura? >> there's always plenty of tension on capitol hill. >> thank you for staying on top of it for us. president biden faces the challenge of trying to unite his party around his sweeping economic agenda but his poll
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numbers are sagging. can the president turn things around and get his agenda through congress and help democrats in the midterm election. jasmine wright joins us live from wilmington, delaware. former governor terry mcauliffe running again in virginia and seems to be distancing himself a bit from president biden. listen to this. >> we are facing a lot of headwinds from washington, as you know. the president is unpopular today, unfortunately here in virginia, so we have got to plow through. >> so jasmine, how does the president turn things around before november? >> yeah. well, the president really, he -- he needs a real win to show the country that democrats can governor successfully. but he start the week kind of in a tough spot. he start the week as daniella mentioned with his party unable to find consensus, to push
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forward on his economic agenda. he faces stalled legislation on voting rights, police reform, immigration reform, all big campaign promises from then candidate joe biden. of course, that debt ceiling crisis looming as it was only pushed back a few weeks with the short-term agreement and the potential looming government shutdown. all of these things are contributing to weakening approval numbers for the president, so asked on friday by white house press secretary -- she was asked about these sinking numbers and she kind of blamed the ongoing pandemic. she says that the delta variant and covid have led to longer problems than this white house expected. >> this is a really tough time in our country. we're still battling covid and a lot of people thought we would be through it, including us. we still have a quarter of the country who have -- less than that, 20% of the country who have decide not to get
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vaccinated. no question that's having an impact. of course, as the president has said, the buck stops with him. that's far and away the biggest issue on the minds of the american people and it's impacting a lot of issues. >> reporter: so we just hearded white house press secretary jen sack psaki it's impacting things they want to do. if i answer your question whether or not the president can turn this around to help out democrats like terry mcauliffe whose election is in the beginning of november, just a few weeks away, i go back to the president needs a drast win. -- drastic win. without it it's difficult to see how he changes things around. >> mcauliffe and biden are close friends so to hear that distance creeping in shows you he's facing a tight race. jasmine, thank you. >> thank you so much. let's get perspective on all of this from daniel lippman, a
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white house reporter for politico. daniel, you saw the speech from donald trump last night, kind of the playbook of 2024 laid out with his attacks on a number of different targets. what did you make of the speech? there weren't very many surprise, but it seems like it's more of the same from donald trump? >> yeah. i think it's more of an indication that he is full steam ahead towards 2024, and that he's not going to go away, much as mcconnell and a lot of people in the republican party want him to, they want to have a fresh face, a ron desantis or marco rubio or nikki haley, but there's not going to be space in the media ecosystem and among republican primary voters still loyal to trump, so trump will play his greatest hits and repeat his election lies for as long as republicans will let him. >> and daniel, trump seems to have this kind of weird obsession with stacey abrams, the former candidate for
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governor of georgia. here's a sound bite from last night. >> maybe she will be running for president. i would like that. you know. let's run against stacey abrams. i would like that. >> trump always needs to have a foil, somebody to lash out against, but this thing with stacey abrams, it comes up over and over again. she's given no indication she's going to run for president. why is he bringing this up? >> that's a great question. well, she is a rising star in the democratic party so it's not out of the question, you know, in eight years that she could be in the democratic primary field. i think he likes to kind of build her up because of how much she hates brian kemp and he has said that he -- you know, the governor of georgia, said that he would prefer stacey abrams as the governor instead of someone he considers a weak republican. >> we should note the president is still under investigation in fulton county in georgia for some of the calls he made to
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local officials there after the election trying to sway them. i do want to ask about the comment we just heard jasmine wright play from terry mcauliffe, running for governor of virginia. he admits that president biden in this stage could be an issue for democrats during the virtual meeting. he thought it was private. he sort of said what i think a lot of democrats are thinking privately. how important is this virginia governor's race in the grand scheme of things? is it going to be a litmus test for where democrats stand? >> well, these off year elections are always a big test, and virginia is -- has really turned blue in recent years, where republicans don't have a good shot at the presidency and they don't hold, you know, many seats in congress and they don't hold the seats in the senate, but biden's approval ratings on afghanistan, on covid, on how he hasn't been able to get his reconciliation package through,
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that's been a drag on mcauliffe. i think if you ask biden if he was dragging mcauliffe down, he would probably say yes too. there is some agreement on the accuracy of that. but i think there is real concern that it could make the party look bad if mcauliffe loses. he's a huge fundraiser, a big shot in the democratic party in a state that democrats have banked on to be a strong state for them. that would be very embarrassing to the party. >> a state that's been shifting blue over the last few elections, right. one more question, laura wanted me to ask you about some of your reporting this week regardings the high-ranking capitol police officer that apparently sent a letter to congressional leaders, the scathing letter, about the response to january 6th. what can you tell us about that? >> yeah. so this letter was sent to congressional leadership.
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it details how this whistleblower is charging top officials who are still at the capitol police of mishandling intelligence, that indicated that january 6th was going to be violent and also he accuses one of the members, yolanda pittman, about lying to congress about how widely shared the intelligence. we expect his to be discussed among republicans as they try to, you know -- as they try to investigate january 6th and democrats because, you know, we need a capitol police that actually functions and there are still people who are in leadership there that this whistleblower says did not perform their jobs on january 6th in terms of protecting their fellow members and also senators and congressmen. >> really fascinating reports. we appreciate the analysis, as always. daniel lippman, thank you. >> thank you. don't forget to watch "state of the union" today. we were talking about the
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because of an unruly passenger. >> officials say that passenger has been taken into custody for questioning. cnn correspondent polo sandoval has more on this. >> reporter: that plane was wheels down safely yesterday afternoon about its scheduled arrival time. the landing itself, it was anything but routine. all you have to do is look at some of these dramatic images that were captured by passengers after american flight 4817 landed safely at new york laguardia yesterday afternoon flying from indianapolis to new york city when towards the tail end of a flight according to investigators there were several people aboard that flight that reported one of their fellow passengers was acting strangely, erratic, at one point suddenly reached for their luggage. the crew aboard the plane related laid that information down to first responders on the ground that scrambled into action waiting for the safe landing of that airplane. it was not long after it landed that the pilots then moved the aircraft from the active runway on to the taxi way and that's when that emergency evacuation took place.
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the goal there was for first responders to board the aircraft and make sure there was no immediate threat. as we see some of these pretty dramatic images it's important to remember it's still unclear as to whether or not that person is that passenger in question and we haven't been told if there have been criminal charges that have been filed in connection to this. we know that 76 passengers and six crew members are safe this morning as this investigation gets under way. it's important to point out this is also happening days after the federal aviation administration released brand new number of incidents involving unruly passengers. now over 4600 this year to date, and that is, according to authorities, the highest weekly increase in two and a half months. the issue of unruly passengers has been something that has certainly been heavy on the minds of u.s. authorities that have been trying to cut down on that. in terms of this latest incident that took place saturday afternoon, we tell you the investigation is just getting
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started. polo sandoval, cnn, new york. >> thank you for that. joining me to talk about this and more is cnn transportation analyst mary scarf yo, former inspector general for the u.s. department of transportation. good morning. nice to have you. take us through -- >> good morning. >> take us through the protocol here for the pilot. you get word from a flight attendant that the passengers are scared. they don't know exactly what's happened, but they see a guy doing something weird with his luggage, we're told. is that enough for an emergency landing? >> well, it is, of course, after approximately 2015 when the information intelligence picked up and even in a published article by al qaeda, about bombs and other ied devices to be used on planes, but also to be used in common things, cell phones, toiletries, handheld electronics, so people forget that's why we have all these rules about what we can and
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can't take on board. so when the pilot got information that somebody was acting erratic and going for luggage at a time when they're supposed to be seated, intelligence information from as long ago as 2015 said it could be related to a terrorist plot so the pilot has to react, has to do the right thing, and in this case the response was very much like the underwear bomber response in 2019 or excuse me christmas day, 2009, in detroit. i was there. it was the same response. they went to a far part of the airport. they had an emergency evacuation to get all the people off and they couldn't bring it close to the terminal. pilots have to react in this day and age and the intelligence after 9/11 is now we have to go back to looking for bombers, but in small devices. >> we're certainly glad that everyone is okay and it's better
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to be safe than sorry in a situation like this, of course, and we don't know this individual's motivations, but we've all sign the viral videos of folks on planes during covid losing it, flipping out for various reasons. the faa says there have been more than 4600 reports, you heard it in polo's report there, 4600 reports of unruly passengers this year alone. in your mind are there any new safety measures, some low-hanging fruit here that could be done to keep everyone safer in the sky? >> well, yes, and everybody, i mean the airlines, the cdc and now even airports, there was a call that went out asking airports to limit consumption of alcohol to -- so passengers getting on board don't have alcohol in their systems, and you would think that incidents would be going down because there was a study about 15, 20 years ago that showed a lot of air rage incidents were related to alcohol, but with the mask rules on many flights no snacks
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or alcohol or taking your masks off, you would think they would go down. they're going up. there have been a lot of efforts to look at how to basically get the passengers ready for flight in a better frame of mind before they ever board. but the unprecedented air rage, people have to think about why a lot of rules were in place and you get a situation like yesterday. you don't know if you're dealing with a potential attacker because of the intelligence information that has been out there since 2015 or someone who is just air raging. >> yeah. it's really hard to know and know whether the alcohol was maybe taking the edge off for everyone else on the plane on these flights, but that's no longer an option on mo of them. thanks so much for your perspective. appreciate it. >> thank you. case rates and hospitalizations are down, health experts say the unvaccinated are still holding us back. the renewed effort to get more
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after weeks of a troubling delta variant surge across the united states infection rates are finally on the decline though experts say there's still a lot of work to be done. >> hospitalizations, new cases and deaths continue to fall nationwide and for the first time in two months new covid infections have dipped below 100,000 per day. >> a lot of green on that map, but just with 66% of all eligible americans fully vaccinated, officials are still trying to get the unvaccinated on board. the nih director dr. francis collins, is urging those who are still hesitant, especially
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evangelical christians, to look at the evidence. >> christians of all people are supposed to be worried about their neighbors and this is also a critical situation where if you're not vaccinated you may be the one spreading this virus to somebody vulnerable who can't necessarily resist it. once again let me make a plea right here, if you are a christian or anybody who has not gotten vaccinated, hit the reset button on whatever information you have that's causing you to be doubtful or hesitant or fearful and look at the evidence. >> so let's look at the evidence and dig a little deeper. here with me this morning is dr. swameny nathan, an emergency medicine physician at st. joseph's regional center in paterson, new jersey. good morning. nice to see you. let's pick up where dr. collins left off. he talks about a reset for those who still haven't gotten their shot, but based on everything we know right now it seems to me
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that requiring the vaccine to live and work in this society is the real reset we need. take a look at this. the white house put out this chart this week and shows the number of unvaccinated people, it dropped from 95 million to 67 million people just after president biden announced his vaccine requirements for federal workers in july. so i wonder, in your mind, where else should we be mandating this vaccine that we aren't already right now, planes? >> i think it's clear that mandates work, with the information you showed. with health care workers the mandates have been taken up. people were worried all these health care workers were going to quit and we see in big systems less than 1% of people are declining to take this. these sdraitsz effective. private businesses we need a bigger push. travel, absolutely. if you're going to get on a men, a bus, train, you have to be vaccinated. i think that is a requirement that can really serve to protect
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so many people, especially as the holidays start to approach, and we think about groups gathering, that's one way we can limit the spread further. we have to be looking towards children, kids over 12, that have already had an emergency use authorization. we have to start requiring that in schools. there's a long history of requiring vaccines in schools. we just have to kind of push that and expand it to covid vaccinations as well. we have to work on equity issues which we're still lagging behind in, and we have to really play up as dr. collins is playing up here, the duty that we have to one another. we have a duty to protect each other, that's what we really have to be stressing right now. >> you mentioned kids, let's talk about that. the other big headline was pfizer submitting their paperwork to the fda, younger kids, 5 to 11, can finally get their shots. this should potentially open the door to some 28 million children, which is amazing. but in your mind will it actually be a game changer? because, of course, children are
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not the ones to decide whether to get the shot, their parents decide for them, and the numbers for older teens are not so great. what do you say to a parent who got vaccinated themselves, someone who isn't an anti-vaxxer, but wary about giving it to their kid. >> that 12 to 17 group we need bigger pushes in that group. for the younger group we need to be starting with the messaging. pediatricians talking to their patients about this and all of us who are on these media spots need to talk about our experiences. i have a 6-year-old and 10-year-old both will be lined up to get vaccinations as soon as they are available. we know the vaccines are safe and highly effective and kids are really getting more affected by this pandemic as time goes on. we're seeing cases and hospitalizations surge in kids. we've had over 600 deaths in pediatric populations. it's not just about getting hospitalized and dying, but it's
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also about missing school, it's about long covid. these are things that we don't even fully understanding the impacts of yet, and this is a highly effective way to protect our children along with all of the other public health things we can do in terms of masking and ventilating and avoiding gatherings, this is another way. the fact that this is coming near the end of october, again, means safe holidays. it means that families can gather safely indoors. that's that should be one of the big pushes. let's get back to how holidays used to be. >> that is the hope for everyone of course this fall and winter. dr. swam mynathen, appreciate it, sir. >> thank you. >> some potential for severe weather later today. parts of oklahoma and texas could get hit. we'll have the latest after the break. dozens of runners had to be rescued after getting stranded in a severe weather storm during a race in utah. we'll hear from the race organizers after a quick break.
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how bad is this going to get? >> we're keeping an eye. this was the same system that brought snow to california a couple days ago and made its way across the intermountain west, now focused on the central portion of the u.s. the northern portion of this front is bringing showers and thunderstorms to areas of the upper midwest but along the southern edge of that front we have a separate low pressure system and that's the one that we're going to have to keep a close eye on as we go later on into the afternoon and especially the evening hours tonight. here's a look at the target point area that includes places like tulsa, oklahoma city, dallas, little rock and shreveport, louisiana. very large hail, several tornadoes, some of which could be ef-2 or even larger and also damaging winds out of this. the tornado threat is particularly concerning with this because of how many larger cities are incorporated in this risk. you're talking from oklahoma city down through dallas. remember, folks, for a lot of people at the oklahoma game that played yesterday, those people have to come back to oklahoma city. you're going to have a lot of
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travel along interstate 35 likely at some point today where people are going and coming from the game. one of the key components to this particular severe storm is not only the warm temperatures, a lot of these areas are 15 or 20 degrees above normal, but look at all of that gulf moisture that's surging in. that's going to be fuel for a lot of these storms that are going to be firing up later on this afternoon. speaking again, once we get to that 3:00 to 5:00 p.m. timeline you will notice a lot of these showers and thunderstorms fire up. later in the evening look at the strong line stretching from oklahoma city down through dallas, that's when you're really going to start to see a lot of those damaging winds really begin to pick up and then it continues to slide off to the east. little rock and even around shreveport, that focus, however, is going to be into the overnight timeline. then tomorrow, because this doesn't just end tomorrow, it just shifts a little bit. the main concern for tomorrow is going to be areas of the midwest around the great lakes region of michigan, stretching back down into arkansas. chicago, indianapolis, st.
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louis, all of those areas likely going to be dealing with similar areas of severe weather. that's the focus for the central portion of the u.s. out into the west this is where we're looking at the next system to come in that's going to bring rain obviously to the coastline but then pretty significant snow to areas of the intermountain west. take a look at all of that snow that's going to be out there. this is through wednesday. so now you're talking in the lower elevations in the valleys likely a couple inches but once you start to go up in elevation now you're starting to talk about feet of snow potentially. >> all right. alison, we know you will be staying on top of it and we'll check back with you in a little bit. thanks. this morning, dozens of runners are feeling pretty lucky after being rescued from the northern utah mountains. some of that severe weather that alison was talking about, forcing officials to suspend a 50-mile race in the mountains north of salt lake city. an official there telling cnn there were whiteout conditions between 12 to 18 inches of snow
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and forced search and rescue teams to go for several hours to get the runners safely off the mountain. according to a press release, a few runners had to be treated for hypothermia. it seems like they're okay. they were released at the scene. one person was treated for a minor injury. we also have good news this morning after four days of intense searching in texas, a 3-year-old boy has been found alive and healthy. christopher ramirez was reunited with his mom after being found in the woods about five miles away from his home. officials say a local tip helped them find the boy, but they still aren't sure how he was able to survive on his own for several days. that remains a mystery. he was taken to the hospital for observation and thankfully he will be fine. >> that's amazing. all right. a historic 100-game winning streak is over. alabama is stunned as part of a wild college football saturday.
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unranked opponent was 2007. >> the tide got rolled. good morning, boris and laura. that was nick saban's first season in tuscaloosa, by the way. he's built alabama in one of the greatest sports dynasty ever. and he never lost to a team coached by one of his former assistants until now. coached by jimbo fisher, 12th man bringing it in college station, ranked seventh, two weeks ago, but two straight losses, their is sophomore quarterback zach calzada will reason, he started as a backup but against alabama's mighty defense he was making perfect passes like that to aniah smith. he got injured with three minutes to go but he was not going to miss this opportunity. he comes back into the game after a big a&m defensive stop. calzada sacrificing his body for a huge first down run to set up the game-winning field goal by seth small. that's it, 41-38, jimbo fisher, on his 56th birthday, handing
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alabama their first loss since 2019, the first time a former saban assistant has beaten him in 25 tries. number 4 iowa hosting number 3 penn state. a big ten showdown. after a year without fans 70,000 bringing back the wave for the patients at the children's hospital next door. and after trailing most of the game, their team giving the home crowd something else to smile about. spencer to nikko to give iowa the lead. penn state on a fourth down trying to keep hope alive. matt hank is picking off backup quarterback for the ball hawking defense's fourth interception of the day. look at the scene. iowa holding on to win 23-20. and history at the cotton bowl. oklahoma freshman caleb williams leading the sooners to the biggest comeback ever in the red river rivalry with texas.
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the 19-year-old who didn't play as a high school senior because of the pandemic putting up big numbers after starter spencer rat her got benched, 300 total yards and three scores. a 52-yard missile to mimbs making a toe-tapping touchdown to tie it at 41. incredible. ten ten seconds left. kennedy brooks hits the afterburner 33 yards for the game-winning touchdown. ou overcoming a 21-point deficit, winning 55-48 for the largest point total ever in the 121-year rivalry. finally, you can bet on this, mookie betts with the best throw you will see all post-season. the dodgers all-star scooping up the ball in right center, spinning and firing an absolute laser to nail will mer flores at third ending a giants rally. l.a. wins game two, 9-2, tying the series with san francisco at
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1-1 as they head back to hollywood. the braves also evening their series against the brewers at a game apiece shutting down the brew crew 3-0 in milwaukee. sports are fun. >> love this time of year coy. college football, baseball, the nfl, nba just around the corner. love it. coy wire, thank you so much. >> good to see you. >> thanks, coy. a quick programming note for you here tonight at 10:00 p.m. is the season premier of "this is life" and in this episode lisa explores a historical event that changed america, but are rarely found in history books. you definitely won't want to miss that. right now, afghan evacuees are headed to the united states as flights have resumed from ramstein air base. we'll tell you more about these flights next.
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today several flights are expected to arrive in the united states carrying nearly a thousand evacuees. flights from ramstein air base in germany resumed, stalled for weeks, after officials confirmed cases of measles among some of the evacuees. the u.s. is expecting daily flights from germany carrying approximately a thousand afghans and the flights will continue until about all 9,000 have left. also todayaiwan puts its military on display, marks the anniversary of the chinese revolution and showcased some of the islands most advanced weapons. >> it comes one day after chinese president xi jinping
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called for a peaceful reunification, a loaded term. taiwanese president sai ing-when says they will not bow to pressure. >> reporter: this may not match the massive scale of military parades in mainland china but for taiwan this is an extraordinary sight. four kinds of domestically produced missiles rolling through the capt in front of taiwan's presidential palace in. taiwan's military has never played a more prominent role, at least in recent history, as it has this year and while the overall atmosphere is festive, this island is concerned about the behavior of mainland china. provocative behavior. more than 100 planes entering taiwan's self-declared air defense identification zone in one week this month. with those aerial incursions come new propaganda videos from
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the taiwanese air force vowing to defend their national sovereignty and the weapons that they plan to use to defend their sovereignty on display here. taiwan is vowing to up its national spending on defense by billions of dollars. in 2020 alone reports say they bought $5 billion in weapons from the united states, including f-16 fighters, and patriot missiles, and they're also developing their own weapons on the island. increasingly calling on the support of the united states and other democratic regional allies to come to taiwan's defense. taiwan's president spoke in front of the presidential palace laying out the situation as a fight for the future, not just of taiwan, but the world. >> translator: at this moment, free and democratic countries have been alerted to the expansion of authority tare yannism and taiwan is on the forefront of the defense line of fellow democracies. >> reporter: defending that fewer comes at a cost.
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taiwan has had to up its military spending even as they struggle to get a voluntary military force after phasing out here on the island. will these weapons, will the help of the united states be enough to defend against the threat from an increasingly assertive mainland china as president xi jinping vous to, in his words, reunify the mainland with taiwan. beijing has claimed this island for more than 70 years since the end of china's civil war. taiwan points out they've never been ruled by the communist party of china and plan to keep it that way, putting their military on full display here. boris and laura. good morning. and welcome to your "new day." i'm boris sanchez. >> i'm laura jarrett in for christi paul this sunday. >> good morning, laura. donald trump is back on the attack. the former president taking the stage in iowa, ripping into all sorts of targets, including


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