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surprised if he testified. th thanks for watching. i'll be back. don lemon tonight, starts now. hey, don lemon. hi. we have more on that story. i hope this never happens to you. there's an incident on the plane and the pilot is incapacitated and they say, ma'am, we need you to step up to the cockpit and fly the plane. what say you, laura coates? >> probably a series of beeps and then i would do it. i wouldn't be as calm. i would like to think of how i would be in that moment but if you and i were on the plane together, we would exchange a glance. it would be expletives and we would jump to the actual job. >> okay. >> what would you do? >> i would go do it. i think i'd be calm about it. >> okay, yeah. >> let's hope that doesn't happen. the calm was i hope that never happens to you. >> i hope it never happens to anybody. if it does, can we have that person on speed dial to say i need somebody who is like blood
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purchase pressure level is like this. >> or just the co-pilot. fly private, i would say do it. that's just me. thanks. >> you're don lemon. i'll fly commercial. this is don lemon tonight. thank you for joining us. what i'm about to show you is really shocking and it's very difficult to watch. this video shows the casual brutality of vladimir putin's unprovoked war. we smeemts a of two civilians encounter russian soldiers. watch this. >> you see the to men walking in the shadows. behind them t soldiers they were just talking to emerge. a few more steps and their bodies drop to the ground. dust shoots up from the bullet hitting the pavement. the soldiers have opened fire. >> i mean it's just unreal. more from sarah's reporting in
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moment. in this country, the battle over roe v wade heating up. that was democratic women of the house marching ahead of the senate's vote today on a bill to preserve abortion rights. a vote that failed. vice president kamala harris saying the senate isn't listening to the majority of americans. >> this vote clearly suggests that the senate is not where the majority of americans are on the issue. >> president joe biden hitting the road today pushing back on gop criticism of his handling of inflation. >> under my predecessor, be great maga king, the deficit increased every single year he was president. they don't want to solve inflation by lowering the cost. they want to raise tax and low e
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er your income pm. the passenger who landed the plane. >> what was the situation with the pilot? >> he's incoherent. he is out. >> try to hold the wings level and see if you can start descendsing for me. push forward on the controls and descend at a very slow rate. >> we'll get to the bottom of this. how did this unfold? the hero air traffic controller who helped the passenger land the plane shows us how he did it. we'll get straight to ukraine where cnn scott mcclain is live for us tonight. hello to you. ukraine claims they are taking back critical territory near the northeast city of kharkiv. what's happening there? >> reporter: hey, don. this is according the local military officials that the city of kharkiv has been quiet the last few days. the real action is taking place
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in the cities the outside of it. they are managing to take back some of those villages. in fact, in some places they are just a few miles from the russian border. the russians, according to ukrainians have amassed a huge number of troops on the russian side . they are urging civilians to not come back to the retaken areas. they are heavily mined and they are well within russian artillery range as well. >> a russian is reported dead. what more do we know about that? >> we're talking about a
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village, very small village about six miles or so inside the border with russia due north of kharkiv. this is according to the governor who says that one civilian was killed due to ukrainian shelling. nearby villages had been e evacwestern republican debated because of damage or destroyed homes in those areas. there's been explosions on russian territory in recent weeks. that is not new. >> russia as offered a deal to get the workers out of the steel plant. what are they proposing? >> reporter: we're talking about
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hundreds of soldiers who are still trapped inside the steel plant. they say there's hundreds of them who are badly wounded and at risk of dying if they don't get the proper medical attention and soon. it's the ukrainian deputy prime minister who has been leading the gonegotiations on this. she's been running through her options. she says there's no perfect answer here. they have proposed to exchange prisoners in exchange for only the badly wounded soldiers in this plant. the russians haven't agreed to
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that yet though they say that negotiations are ongoing. one of the thing to mention and that is the situation has been dire inside the plant for some time but perhaps not quite as dire as we imagine . we don't know the delivery method. how they were getting this ammunition and aid in. we don't know how many times they were able to deliver it or what the last time they were able to do that. the ukrainians at last word say they do have enough ammunition to fight off the russians for the moment. >> thank you very much. appreciate that. i want to bring in cnn military analyst and retired lieutenant general. good to see you, general.
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thanks for joining us this evening. >> good to be with us. russia is moving more troops in and fortifying other occupied regions in ukraine. give us your assessment of where the battle stands now. >> the 77th day. they've been at this for a pretty long time . we can't consider them the same way now as on the 24th of february. they have taken so many casualties. they have had to pull units out of combat and shuffle units around. y you're seeing some of the russian units ta fought in ma
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rir mariupol. bhen you're talk about units that have been mauled much like where they were above kyiv and try to join the fight in the northeast where the ukrainians are having their way in most cases in the act of defense in that region, you're not talking about a fair fight in that area. those are the kind of things that you ever to look at . all those place s that are so foreign to americans, which none of us can pronounce the right
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way. some tough fighting is going on back and forth between the russians and forces. >> i'm glad you said that. all the names we have been pronouncing over the last 77 days. >> there's three things i learned is you never can pronounce the name offense the towns you're fighting in. >> let's talk more about this russian civilian killed. does that kind of attack risk escalating tensions even more, general? >> there are no safe havens in combat. if i'm fighting russians inside of ukraine and they go back across the border to be resupplied, that's fair game. those supply lines, those bases of operations, there's no enclaves or safe havens in combat. a will the of people are saying putin will be upset. putin is killing civilians by the thousands.
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to have russian civilian killed is unfortunate but they are supporting the operation. it's, in my view, from a military perspective, it's fair game to g o after the supply bases. the russians are culminated in their offense. they are having difficulties in conduct offensive operations. they are culminate ng the defense and transitioning to the offense. those bridges that we show, i think i was on with you and don't worry about ta bridge going across the river. i won't be there for long.
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two of them have been destroyed. ukrainian forces allowed them to come across the bridge and then blew the bridge behind them so they could hunt down the baaalon tactical groups on the side to have river. there's two more bridges left. what i'd suggest is ukrainians are waiting for more forces to come across and trap those forces that they can destroy. >> weapons from the u.s. including stingers, javelins are already being deployed on the fropts li front lines in the east. could we see the impact? >> i think we're already seeing it. first of all, you need the ability to gather more intelligence. you're getting that from more drones and more q-36 radar, the artillery radar. then you need the ability to strike the long range target pch you're getting that from the m
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777, the artillery pieces coming in. some of the longer range german and dutch artillery pieces coming in and then you have some other factors, more javelins, more stingers from the british army, the air defense system that are knocking down russian airplanes and keeping them away from the front line. the ukrainians are doing a very good job using the kind of equipment they're being provided. i think we'll continue to see this back and forth for a while and then you'll start seeing increasing amounts of success on the part of ukraine's fighting back against the russians along the river and in some of the area of the donbas. >> i think you'll agree with this. it's been fascinating to watch k colonel cedric show us and give americans and you on the lessons of the weapons we use in war. i never knew we had such technology when it comes to military weapons. >> yeah, cedric, my good friend,
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is an intel guy. he knows these things. they spend a will the of times looking at weapon systems of the enemy. what i'm talking about is i like to look at the weapon systems that we have and understanding what we have and the enemy and how to destroy them. it's a dance of what's on the battlefield. it's extremely complex. it takes a lot of great soldiers. ukrainians have that. the russians have not been trained very well in the use of their okay equipment. not great equipment, but good equipment. they just haven't used it in a combined arms fight. the combination of our armor, infantry, artillery, tanks, aircraft, air defense. all of those things come together in a very complex relationship and it's very hard but you have to train on it and exercise it. you never want to do something for the first time in combat.
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that's what the russians are doing. ukraine have had a chance to train before they've gone into combat and showing themselves to be much better at it with good commanders and good leaders. they really see what the bat field looks like. >> thank you. we'll see you soon. be well. >> pleasure, don. thank you. mplgt horrifying new video showing russian soldiers gunning down two ukrainian civilians from behind. it's already being investigated as a possible war crime. i have to warn you, what you're about to see is difficult to watch. >> reporter: this a stark example of a potential war crime perpetrated by russian forces. an example the world has not yet seen. russian soldiers shooting two several yans in the back. cnn obtained the surveillance video taken from this vehicle dealership that sits along the main highway. the video is from the beginning of the war as russians tried and failed to shell their way to the
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capital. the fight along this road was clearly fierce. what happened outside this business was not a battle between soldiers or even soldiers and armed civilians. it was a cowardly, cold-blooded killing of unarmed men by russian forces. the soldiers show up and begin breaking in. inside of a guard shack two ukrainian men prepare to meet them. we tracked down the men's identities. one is the owner of the business whose family did not want him named. the other was hired to guard it. >> my father's name is leonard. >> reporter: his daughter wanted world to know his name and what the russians did to him. both civilians, both unarmed. we know this because the video shows them greeting and getting frisked by the russian soldiers and walking away. neither seemed to suspect what was about to happen. that is what a member of the civilian fieging force who talked to the men a couple of
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days before the attack told cnn. he did not want to be identified for security reasons. >> we came there earlier, warned people to leave that place. we also hoped for the humanity of russian soldiers. they have no humanity rmp you see the two men walking in the shadows toward the camera. behind them the soldiers they were just talking to emerge. a few more steps and their bodies drop to the ground. dust shoots up from the bullets hitting the pavement. the soldiers have opened fire. minutes later, the guard gets up limping up but live. he manages to get inside the guard booth to make a call to the local guys for help. this is one of those guys. a ukrainian truck driver turned civilian soldier. >> first of all, we felt a big responsibility. we knew we should go there because the man needed our help. he was still alive. >> reporter: he's the commander of a rag tag team of civilians
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who took up arms to fight for ukraine and tried to save the men. when the guard called them, he explained what transpired with the soldiers. he said they asked who they were and asked for cigarettes then let them go before shooting them in the back. when his men full-timely got there, he had lost massive amounts of blood. >> one man from our group went there achbds he was alive. he gave him bandages but the russians started shooting. >> reporter: they tried the fight back but were unsuccessful. they didn't have the fire power to save their countrymen. >> have you seen the video? >> i can't watch it now. i will save it to the cloud and leave it for my grand children and children. they should know about this crime and always remember who our neighbors are. >> reporter: the neighbors showed just how callous they are, drinking, toasting one
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another and looting the place minutes after slaying the two men. sdplp what were the last words that you remember he said to you? >> bye bye. kisses. say hello to your boys. >> reporter: her boys will be left with a terrible lasting memory. the death of their grandfather now being investigated as a war crime by prosecutors. >> don, she said she was hesitant to talk about this because she wasn't sure what it could do to help the situation, but her mother swconvinced her, telling her to tell the world about the crime to avenge her father. don. >> thank you so much. ten months of investigation, nearly 1,000 interviews behind closed doors and in less than a month it will all come to light. who will the january 6th committee call to testify? who has already refused to appear? what sources are telling cnn, next. eed? like how i customized this scarf? check out this backpack i made for marcoco.
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firefighters battling this fast moving wildfire. it's in laguna hills neighborhood of orange county, california. the fire has spread over 150 acres. look at the homes up in flames now. strong winds, dry conditions from ongoing draught cought contributing to the spread. multiple houses are burning. the fire department saying they have over 60 different types of resources battling the flames. fire broke out this afternoon. no word yet on how exactly it started but live pictures from laguna hills neighborhood. we'll keep you updated on that. i want to turn what happened to january 6th and the select me there. getting ready for the first public hearings on the insurrection. coming up in less than a month. sources say there could be some high profile witnesses. let's discuss now. cnn special correspondent. she's here and also our senior
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legal analyst is here. thank you both. jamie, we'll start with you. you've been talking to your sources about the upcoming hearings. this will be big. >> we know they will start on june 9th. there will be eight hearings. some of them in prime time. as you said, there are almost a thousands witnesses that the committee has interviewed behind closed doors. they now have to decide who is interviewed in the public hearings. they also have tens of thousands of documents, e-mails, text messages so they have to incorporate all of this together. we have been told that the focus of the hearings is going to be, no surprise, donald trump and the fact he was warned that there was going to be violence. he was told that there was no wide spread election fraud by his own attorney general bill barr and yet he kept perp
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perpetuating it and pushing it. i'm told they will focus on three words. dereliction of duty. the fact he sat there for three hours watching television, with friend, ally, texting, pleading for him to do something and it took until 4:17 for him to finally say to people to go home. >> like all of america, people screeching at their tv, stop this, what is happening and nothing for hours and hours. this committee has been working for almost a year. they have done about a thousands interviews. they have tens of thousands of documents including text messages, call records, e-mails. how do they use all of this evidence to make the most effective case and also tell a coherent story the the american people about what happened. the court of public opinion is also very important in this. >> well, it's the same challenge that a trial lawyer faces. you have this information for
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months and months of investigation and you have to tell the story in a coherent, compelling fashion. jamie already hit on two of the main points that i would be trying to make to the american public if i was putting the hearings on. was donald trump warned in a compelling way that there could be violence. if so, i think that is a gacme changer. what did donald trump do during the key moments. we know he sat there doing nothing but he also set this whole thing in motion. he lit the spark and did nothing while the fire burned. the question is what was he doing inside the kwhous during the key hours. if they can answer those questions then that will advance the knowledge we have here. >> what are you hearing about who will be called to testify? has anyone been notified? >> the committee is still finalizing the witness list. no one has received a formal invitation yet. que
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we know some likely witness will be. former justice department officials, acting attorney general jeff rosen and his deafty likely to be witnesses. also top mike pence aids like mark short. we have been told that the president, look, we have been told the trump children and his son-in-law, ivanka trump, jared kushner were all interviewed behind closed doors. i believe they were video taped. the question is do they want to use that video tape or are they going to call them back for the public hearings, don. >> what happens if somebody refuses to testify at these public hearings? we have gone through that.
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>> it's probably too late for the committee to force anyone to testify who does not want to tefr. if somebody defied a subpoena, you could go to court and try to get an order from a judge requiring them to testify or you could send it over to doj for a contempt prosecution to punish the person. both of these thing, either of those things will take way more than the three to four weeks we have until the hearings start. as a practical matter, the committee will have to rely on the good will and the patriotism of people it needs to hear from. >> oh, boy. yeah. we'll see. stay tuned. watch this space, right. i want to get your take on new york judge setting conditions for the former president must imme meet to avoid a civil contempt and explaining how his company handled post it notes. how do you see this playing out? >> i think this means the judge just about satisfied that donald
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trump does not still any documents that would respond to the subpoena from the new york attorney general's office. the judge is saying, you still have to prove to me that what you did with these post it note and what you did with a handful of other boxes. once the trump people can do that, it looks like the judge will release his from this contempt. it's important to keep in mind the bigger picture. this is about larger investigation which may result in a civil lawsuit by the new york ag against the trump organization. that's the bigger picture here. it looks like trump is about to get through this contempt issue he's had. >> thank you both. i appreciate it. democrats failing to pass a bill in the senate to protect abortion rights while republicans are promising they don't intend to pass a national ban. up next, we'll talk about which is more likely to happen.
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it runs counter to the will of the majority of the american people. we knew this bill was going to fail. what is more likely at this point? the democrats doing something or republicans pushing a national ban as mitch mcconnell hinted and later tried to walk it back. >> yeah, i think republicans are very aware of the political ramifications of a ban on abortions, a national ban and over turning roe. they know it's deeply unpopular. even texas laws that effectively ban abortion are unpopular in texas. republicans know that. i think they are trying to tread lightly on that, but democrats, if they want to codify roe into
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law and it sounds like they do, there is a pathway to do it but the pathway runs through susan collins and lisa murkowski who have a bill that will do that. susan collins is pro-choice. she's said she wants to codify roe before the supreme court has an opportunity to over turn it. democrats are not taking that bill up as of today. to me, that either means they don't want to take the issue off the table during a midterm election or they don't want susan collins to get credit for it feels like they are playing politics with an issue that's deeply concerning to a lot of women not just on the left but in the middle and some republicans. >> david, you want to respond to that. >> i don't need to respond. i believe that mitch mcconnell and some of the more sober republicans understand that they
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are the dogs that caught the car. this is not a good issue for them. i think they were surprised that the supreme court was willing to go as far as as they are based on that draft opinion and they know that's not politically helpful to them in the fall. on the democratic side, s.e. is wright. murkowski and collin who is want to forge some sort of compromise here. senator tim kaine says he's in discussions with them. the reality is finding the other eight republicans who would vote to break a filibuster for that bill and pass this before the election has other political impl implications for the republicans. i don't see them doing that either. i don't think much will happen on the national level.
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i think they understand that's not going to happen and this will be an invigorating issue for young voters, a lot of women and you thnger men. the turn out in november will look different than a month ago. >> why is no one trying to do what the majority of americans want to do. >> it is kpas rating.
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i think this is why a majority of americans say they do not have faith in this two party system. it is not representing us. on the far right you have crazy town which wants no abortions. on the far left, you have crazy town which wants abortions with zero restrictions. most people are in the middle. they want abortion do be legal, safe. i'm pro-life. i want roe to be settled law. i want abortion to be legal with restrictions. i think the loudest voices on either side of this issue are taking up all the oxygen and solving none of the problems and problems that didn't exist. for example, like i mentioned a texas law banning abortion that even texans do not want. >> david, you talked about filibuster a moment ago. some democrats are calling for ditching the filibuster to help push through abortion protection. we have been here before.
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the democrats have any good option. >> the only option is to go to the polls and elect more pro-choice legislatures. i don't think that there is a political fix here. you're quite right as you just described the dilemma around the filibuster. it's an empty talk because there aren't 50 votes to change the filibuster. it's not going to happen. you're right that it could really come back and bite them in the butt if republicans take over the senate and decide they want to passob objectal to democrats. i think it has the potential to
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influence some close races. i think that's where we're headed. >> s.e., i want to ask you what president biden warned about. he said if the supreme court over turns roe, same-sex marriage will be next. is that what the republican party is going to push for? do you believe that? >> i mean, it's not theoretical. you just have to look at the things that the republican party has been doing over the past couple of years. they have been marked by how punitive they are. punishing disney for their stance on an lgbtq bill. punishing women, punishing minorities. again, this is to asage, a very small, condensed minority that definitely make up all of the republican party but don't make up a majority or plurlty of the american voting population.
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yes, usually when we make threats about what's going to happen if a party takes control in the midterm, they are hypothetical. this is what they could do. it's not hypothetical. we have seen what republicans want to do. a lot of things, i think, are for sure on the table, on the chopping block. >> it's a dilemma for a lot of us even in what we do. the folk who is you think are sort of traditional republicans won't say anything. the ones who will come on are former, who have been in office before and don't really hold any power in washington. it's really an interesting moment that we're in now that we're going to majority rule. i don't know, i really don't know what to do about it except to keep talking about it here every night. thank you both. i appreciate it. see you soon. from plane passenger to lee r
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a miracle landing. a passenger on board a small plane who has no flying experience is forced to land after the pilot becomes incapacitated. he stayed calm, listened to instructions. more now. >> reporter: a new pilot has joined the ranks of heroes like captain sully. >> i've got a serious situation here. >> reporter: except this guy is not a true pilot at all. >> the pilot, i have no idea how to fly the airport. >> reporter: least passenger who had to land this single engine cessna coming back from the
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bahamas after the pilot was incapacitated. >> what's your position? >> i have no idea. >> reporter: soon enough the plane was located on radar about 20 miles east of boca raton, florida. air trarffic controller was called in from his break to help harrison. >> what's the situation the pilot? >> he's incoincoherent. he's out. >> try to hold the wings level and see if you can start descending for me. >> reporter: morgan has been an air traffic controller for 20 years and is a flight instructor. he took us up in his cessna to show us how he helped harrison get out safely. even giving me chance of taking over the controls. >> i've never done this before. you get the call. what's the first thing that i need to do?
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>> he was kind of like stable, right. he was already stable. you'renot a lot of pressure. it's like holding your first girlfriend's hand. >> teaching offices in to fly in two days' time. >> you have the controls, so you're flying now. >> if there was ever a moment of panic for either morgan or harrison, you would never know by listening to their calm exchange over the radio. >> he was a really good listener. >> reporter: how good of a landing was it? >> i would rate his landing a 10. so i've never flown that plane and he landed it safely and didn't damage it and didn't damage -- nobody got hurt. >> reporter: the two were definitely happy to see each other after the plane was on the ground. >> i was just about in tears. i didn't cry. i was trying to be strong. he looked very manly, but kind of wanted to cry. it was just a lot of emotion. gave him a big bear hug, shook hands. i told him i owe you a cold
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beer. he said i owe you a cold beer. >> reporter: he tells us the pilot was complaining of chest pains but he was awake when the plane made the emergency landing out here. his name and condition have not been released and the faa is investigating. >> carlos, thank you so much. wow. governor ron desantis championing a redrawn florida congressional map which would reduce the number of black-led districts. now a judge he appointed is signaling that it may be unconstitutional. y start at age. hpv vaccination - a type of cancer prevention againsnst certain hpv-related cancers, can start then too. for most, hpv clears on its own. but for others, it can cause certain cancers later in life. you're welcome! now, as the "dad cab", it's my cue to help protect them. embrace this phase. help protect them in the next. ask their doctor about hpv vaccination today.
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