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come on the investigation. plus, you are tired, your hollowed massive, it's the wretched refuse of your team inshore. sydney's tempest tossed those words on the statue of liberty are pretty iconic. pretty ironic and their ironic in the face of what critics are calling a cheap political stunt, dropping desperate men, women and children, many with no other option in martha's vineyard in new york, and washington, including outside the official residence of vice president kamala harris. looks like a cynical competition to outdo each other and bus and flight migrants across the country. >> think about the governor of florida. one of the largest states in the nation, spending his time hatching a secret plot to ship up 50 immigrants here, families, here children as young as four and use them as political pawns
just so he could get on tucker carlson and talk about how he's tough on immigration. he is a coward. >> more to come on all of that so stay tuned. but i want to get right to the news of the special master tonight. joining me melissa griffin, director of strategic communication the trump us, let known, and john avlon. that was a lot. >> congratulations! >> i'm thinking like who did i miss? i missed my writer that i've worked with john mccarthy, fox five in new york in the 90s he's on my team. and i didn't miss a chimney boss, chris late his. i think you so much. >> congrats. >> thank you so much. >> harry this is big news tonight, federal judge giving a special master to --
that is a major blow to the justice department and to think? >> yeah. it's atrocious i think is not too strong a word. abhorrent, because the justice department said we just want to look at these hundred classified documents. that was what is immediately put forward to her. the only trump thing said in response. classify, who said they're classified except the government? how does something become classify, because the government the official authority marks and classified. she adopted his uncertainty and said well, i really like a third person to look at them to say if they're classified. bizarre and really incoherent, and then the second aspect he said well maybe he has possessor right because maybe he declassify them. but he didn't say that on the facts. she had undisputed facts to go one way. she went the other, and remember she was having to find a heightened standard.
>> so you think and appeal is coming in this could go all the way to the supreme court? >> yes and yes. an appeal is coming. they're right now huddling to decide what to make in that appeal but i think this task that judge dearie has been given to somehow call balls and strikes on executive privilege, which is never been done before and there's no legal standard. i think you will see them moving for a stay in the 11th circuit on the same basis on those 100 classified documents. >> he referred to judge dearie his senior judge raymond dearie. other ways put forward is a possible candidate by donald trump. how does this all 70? >> i'm most worried about the idea of whether it is a judge, i've actually heard things about judge dearie, but he's gonna be solely determining what is classified. there's been a hard and fast standard, if something has
classified markings on it it is. and i think we're giving credence to this mid frankly that trump is given that he class declassified things, he told norman in the doj or, that doesn't -- that to me is a very risky precedent that has been waded into right now. i can speak for legality, but if something is classified, the same way my party, was when hillary clinton allegedly mishandled classified information, we need to be concerned about the former president who did that. >> as the deadline of november 30th that's after the midterms that was given. that has consequences. politically. >> this is what the doj wanted. the doj one of the special master process to end by october less a higher court steps in. this is gonna move slowly? right >> yes, i think the question is whether the doj does try to get this all thrown
a, because a justice decision from the beginning is kind of incoherent. asking a special master as respective as this individual is with the background in the fisa court to make a decision. >> why do think it's encounter? >> it's encounter because you're asking somebody to review cops equal documents and nobody should be looking at. but you're asking about the raw politics of this right? so putting it aside doesn't make any sense at all. you are increasing the chance it'll run into a conflict with the former president declaring a new run. that will add all sorts of new political pressures and this it tempt to play the wrap by playing the delay game. this is setting up that
conflict. not for matters of coherence a national security law, this should be contested. >> you know the legal system it moves slowly. this is not going to happen quickly. >> and by the way, november 30th is really a phantom date, because when he makes any ruling that either party especially trump disagrees with, they bring it to canada, maybe the 11th circuit, and there are, i can't emphasize enough, no legal standards here, because no special master has ever been appointed for executive privilege. >> it is not possible to finish before november 30th? >> not the one she is prescribed. >> and my fear in this is that, of course we're gonna go into the era where trump is a candidate. i expected he's probably gonna declare in the next month or so. probably to fend off this investigation.
i hope the doj has been buttoned up throughout this investigation, and this was something that was foreseeable, because i've warned about this before, but if there's not a there there, it seems there is, seems very clear, highly classified documents mishandled. i hope the doj is ready for what the trump team is gonna push back with. >> which is? what >> i'm not making any predictions, but i worry because this was the unprecedented step of writing a former presidents home, at his residence and getting into what put a lot of people on edge. who is roundly condemned by republicans and i hope they have a they're there. i think that they do. but this could be a major loss for the doj. >> could be a major loss for the doj based on a pretty incoherent ruling by the trump appointed judge, was appointed after the election. >> you keep saying incoherent. [laughs] >> in co-here event. >> with the enunciation. >> but in all seriousness, i remember a lot of republican and initial defenders for the same for the ex president, saying look it's not like he has nuclear secrets in there. well guess? what >> apparently they were nuclear secrets in. there and apparently wasn't convinced harry, and pushing again investigation with classified documents seized at mar-a-lago that will put national security at risk. >> yeah, he wasn't she wasn't convinced. core she had undisputed evidence to say it was, nothing on the other side. judges are not supposed to capriciously flip coins. they're supposed to weigh evidence, and there was
literally zero on trump side of things, and a really good affidavit explaining just why there was a problem. >> you think in appeals court will see it as she does? >> my best guess is no. even a conservative appeals court, i think it's too fundamental and too incoherent. >> [laughs] he's backing you up to. listen to alyssa's point, do you think it, does the evidence have to be there, i think their hope to prepare for what trump team is gonna come after them? in order to get it affective affidavit, especially for a former presidents own, do you think it has to be there initially and you think the evidence is there? >> yes and yes. basically what appeals court looks at things, they look as it was filed. i totally take your point, but i'm pretty confident having been there, they have anticipated it. we have seen this along the line, everything they've come up with. for example the argument that
he was gonna make it was declassified. they chose three statutes for the search for the don't require classification. i think they have thought through strategically very carefully. >> anything else for this and coherent conversation? >> the very coherent conversation. but remember that this is only one of the inquiries that is going on right now. takes place against all the backdrop against all the subpoenas sending out to dozens of trump people, trying to overturn the election, trying to raise money over. that's a totally separate and potentially far larger issue. so don't get confused. these two things are not the same thing. that of the process is moving. former >> we'll see if it will make any difference in the election. >> but i may not make a difference. cliff, we are like right there. thank you all. >> thank. you >> republican governors of
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you tonight, president biden criticizing republicans are sending migrants north to protest immigration policies. >> instead of working with us on solutions, republicans are playing politics with human beings, using them as props. but they are doing is simply wrong, it's un-american and reckless. we have a process in place to manage migrants at the border. we are working to make sure that it is safe and orderly and humane. republican officials did not interfere with our process by waging these political stance. >> the precedents criticism coming a day after republican governor ron desantis sent two
planes carrying migrants to martha's vineyard. cnn's miguel marquez has more. this man was in san antonio, texas just today, along with 50 other venezuelan migrants. today, he is in martha's vineyard. >> when he got off the plane, i ask him, what did you think at the place? beautiful, gorgeous, the people are from the. he says the people in texas, he was promised up if he got on the plane, no idea where he was going. >> there are three options, he says, washington, utah, here in massachusetts, whatever available. the plane left in brussels. it's a tactic we have seen in texas, arizona and now florida. republican governors shipping migrants this so-called sanctuary cities and states with little to no notice. >> there is no low that these people will go. they will keep going lower and lower, and they
are willing to use humans, children, women, families as political pawns for their own gain. it is depraved, it is evil, it is wrong, but what makes america great is what we see here today, which is island community and a stay in massachusetts coming together to support people here. >> i-27-year-old mechanic professor loss sec has been walking with food and new clothes. >> he tells us he has made a difficult month and a half long journey for a liberty democracy and the promise of america. when you step on american soil, you feel he's, that you are here and more protected. you lose the stress that the journey that we had to go to insofar countries. very stressful across all of central america. this parish house bustling with activity, falters and organizing working since yesterday to find food, shelter and immigration services. >> we've got the bodies to do this. the biggest problem was
this or notice. that was obviously intentional. >> just 20 minutes notice, says the airport manager, it will ever move by florida governor ron desantis, who is taking credit for the surprise trip. >> our message is to them is that we are not a sanctuary state, and it's better to be able to go to a sanctuary jurisdiction. yes, we will help facilitate that transport for you to be able to go to a greener pastures. >> well, that message not sitting well with officials here in martha's vineyard. >> we will come together and support whoever shows appear. we will make sure that people have the food, water and shelter that they need. rhonda santas and republicans might want to play political games peoples lives, i believe that is incredibly inhumane to be using women and children and families as a political pawn. >> miguel marquez, cnn, martha's vineyard, massachusetts. we go, thank you for the. i want to bring in -- scott jennings, good evening. i know that this will be interesting. hey -- >> hey, don. >> scott, this is the best way to handle immigration crisis, trolling with human beings? >> i mean, i guess i would ask, what joe biden's administration
is doing the best way to handle the immigration crisis. we have record number of people coming across the border. the governor of arizona and texas -- >> understand that, but my question was whether they had the right to use human beings as pawns. we can discuss whether the policy issues that joe biden made, but my question is about what these republican state lawmakers are doing but shipping people and playing with him lives, that was the crux of my question. >> the right way to heal what it is for the federal government to get their act together. they cannot get joe biden's attention, and i cannot get the administration -- >> come on, scott, answer my question. >> then the answer is yes. you won't let me talk, then the answer is yes. >> oh you had to do is say yes. if you think it is yes, then it's yes. if you think it's the right thing to do, and say yes that's the answer. maria, desantis said today that every community in america should be sharing the burdens of
immigration. do some communities bear a disproportionate burden? >> look, here is short rhonda scent is and frankly greg abbott and doug doocy. we hate immigrants, get the f out and we will help you get the f out. what they are doing is this costing. don, to your point, if this was really about sharing the burden, they would have called martha's vineyard. they would have a called the sea. they would've called new york, they would've called chicago, and you know what would've happened, don? these cities, these mayors, their infrastructure would've said, yes, let's work together, we will welcome these immigrants with open arms, the way that they are still doing now, but they had zero notice. what to me is so telling about how much hatred these governors have for these immigrants -- >> i understand that, maria, but do -- >> they call fox news before they call -- >> do you think there is a disproportionate burden? >> the border communities, of
course, they do. that is the first stop where these immigrants go, as they cross the border, as they try to get somewhere to save their lives, to live a better life. the united states, you said it at the beginning, right? the statue of liberty is welcoming of immigrants who want to come here to live a better life, like president biden said, and i was there at this event tonight, there is a process in place in these border towns. in these border states that have a disproportionate burden because of where they are, but you know what, there is always a procedure. these procedures are in place to be able to get these immigrants where they need to go, where they want to go. by the way, let's remember, these immigrants are not illegal immigrants. they are here to claim asylum. let's read the constitution, let's read our loss, that is absolutely lawful. >> scott, do you want to respond to what she said? >> yeah, look, they don't hate immigrants. arizona and texas, they have more immigrant s
coming across than we ever had in the history of the u.s.. most of them are staying around the border. the question here is, is the federal government going to do its job and help the states deal with this crisis? by the way, no one seemed to mind a year ago when joe biden's administration, in the middle of the night, was flying migrant teens and children into new york city and not telling everybody and reselling folks there. i am not sure what the difference is today. look, i think people come here for all kinds of reasons, mostly to have a better life, to find better opportunity. they don't find -- the stop ten foot inside the state of texas in arizona. it strikes me that if they go to someplace beautiful like martha's vineyard or somewhere with limited opportunity like new york city, i don't know why democrats are up in arms about it. the bottom line is, we have to tell the truth about what is happening there. biden is not telling the american people about the border without control -- >> isn't that different -- scott, let's be honest, isn't
that different than people voluntarily picking a place to go then having them so much ship them to many different states or a number of different states for political purposes, using them as pawns and a political process? yes, people can go where they want to go, but these people were not going where they want to go, they're being shipped up by people, your response is a little -- >> it's voluntary. they're asking them if they want to go. >> no, no -- >> are you something that everybody wants to stop ten feet inside the border, i don't think that's true. >> scott, here's actually what is happening, and this is what is so disgusting about this. they are telling these immigrants, these migrants that if they get on this bus, they will take them to their families. they are telling them that if they don't get on this bus, their asylum claim might not be heard. they are being
deceitful. they are lying. who does that? he metaphors to the, abductors to the, responsible governors and leaders do not do that. responsible leaders will pick up the phone and coordinate with the states, coordinate with the federal government, put in the procedures that the administration has in place to make sure that these immigrants, that these bargains are processed in a humane way. >> she has a point, they should be accorded it. don't you think they should be core knitting with the people who are in charge of those communities? >> i mean, who is cornering with them? you are talking about 50 people and martha's vineyard, and we are having an estimate on about it. you know how many thousands of people that they would on a daily
basis? we are talking about 50 folks. it's nothing. >> so i do it then? >> you can call it is not, fine. >> so i do it? >> my question is about coordinating. >> it is a start with a purpose. the purpose is sent help, it year after gather, federal government, the border is not secure, vice president harris, and she said on television this weekend. we have a major national problem, and you are not doing with this. if you want to call a stunt, fine, but it's a start with a purpose. this story has generated more top today in the u.s. and we have covered the border in the last six months, good for them. >> you know what else though, you talk about how this issue
needs to be resolved, let's look back at history and look at what party was responsible for this issue not being resolved in the first place, it has been democrats that have always tried to work for comprehensive immigration reform. it has been conservative republicans who have always shut the door and stop democrats in the face when they wanted to come to a solution. if you want solutions, go talk to your pop-up and senators and members of the house of representatives and the republican governors to get their free can act together. >> maria, the border is open, and your party is in charge. >> it is not open -- >> it is open. [inaudible] >> tell the truth. >> i will tell you, these people are coming across. they are not sneaking, scott. they are walking across, coming across -- >> of course they're not -- >> and themselves legally as the law says they can to border patrol agents, saying i would like to seek asylum. that is the greatness of this country and republicans want to take it away. >> as we shift to other places, doesn't the border patrol have to be able to get them in order to shut them off somewhere, if they're running into the country and not going to the process, there would be no buses. they're not beginning on buses, they'd be going freely to wherever they want to go. >> some people definitely are going for the to where they
want to go. these folks did not find themselves in that situation, but you can tell me that folks are not coming across every day and just walking into the u.s. with absolutely -- the border patrol is overwhelmed. talk to a border patrol agent. they will tell you, it is overwhelming. we've got the biden administration hiring 87,000 irs workers and no border patrol agents. it's a disgrace. it's a disgrace. >> maria, last word. >> we are happy to work with republicans. this does need a federal solution, scott, but guess what? history says republicans have no interest in solving this issue. desantis, abbott and you see are proof of the. they have no interest, and they are ignorant about what this issue means this country. it is a disservice to their voters, it is a disservice to the country. >> thank you both, i appreciate it. >> thanks, don. >> he was part of trump's inner circle on january six, so what could former white house chief of staff mark meadows review to of staff mark meadows review to the committee? that is next. if astepro starts working in 30 minutes. so you can... astepro and go. carvana's had a lot of firsts. 100 percent online car buying,
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first on cnn, former chief of staff mark meadows has complied with the doj. right now, meadows is the highest ranking trump official known to have responded to a subpoena in a federal investigation. joining me to discuss, chris ripple, the author of the gatekeepers and the upcoming book, the fight for his life inside joe biden's white house. the key for joining us, chris. >> good to be with you. >> mark meadows was in the inner circle ungenerous excess. he knew what was going on. how valuable is the information that he can give to the committee and the doj? >> it depends on how much he
has cooperated. what we know is that his company applied with a subpoena, which means sharing text or emails. but if he is telling the doj everything he knows, he is potentially the most dangerous witness that could possibly be against donald trump. he knows almost everything trump knows. he was complicit in the campaign to overturn the election, making 18 phone calls to brad raffensperger before they finally orchestrated that mafia style shakedown for 11, 000, 780 votes. he was there the morning of january six, holding trump's quote in effect when he went out to incite the mob to attack the capital. so, and then of course, he sat on his couch going through his cell phone while cassidy hutchinson begged him to intervene with trump and call off the mob. he is potentially the most dangerous witness there could be, and for that reason, trump is probably not sleeping all that well. >> you mentioned cassidy hutchinson, because mark meadows became a key point of interest during the bombshell interview by cassidy. this is some of what she said. >> i remember something -- pat saying something to the effect of, mark, we need to do something more. they are literally calling for the vice president to be home. marquette responded something to the effect of, you heard it ,
pat, he thinks mike deserves it, he does not think that they are doing anything wrong. to which pat said something, this is effing crazy, we need to be doing something more. >> whether it's the former president state of mind or his intentions ungenerous excess, meadows is the only one that really can fill out, to get the big picture -- >> meadows was there at his side for all of this, and i think in trump's case, this may be a case of be careful what you wish for or a could be, because mark meadows is the chief of staff donald trump desperately wanted and finally got. he was a sycophant that would do anything for trump. but the downside of hiring sick offense is that at the end of the day, you never really know if they are truly in your corner. people who are old enough to remember watergate our younger
viewers who may have read about it may recall a guy named jane gordon levy, who was a cartoon character, and watergate burglar, but he was a hard-core nicholas in loyalists showed how toffee was by holding his hand over a candle, lemon candle. mark meadows is no gordon lady. this is not necessarily a guy who will go to the gates of for donald trump. one of the fascinating things about him, and i write about this in my upcoming book, joe biden's white house is that meadows was really a yes man, but he was a yes man not just donald trump but almost to everybody. there was really a kind of spinelessness about him, this really remarkable. i think donald trump just has to be hoping that he is not trying to please the department of justice. >> i want to ask you about this new details from the upcoming book called the dividers, have peter baker -- today described a number of former chief of staff, that is
john kelly, being fears at trump for refusing to lower the flag after john mccain's death. he reportedly said, quote here, if we don't support john mccain's funeral when you die, the public will come to your grave and on it. okay, what's your reaction? >> it's certainly consistent with everything we know about donald trump and john kelly kelly came in determined to impose his will and make the trains run on time and tell donald trump hard truths, like
everyone else, he utterly failed to do it. i think -- certainly, jared kushner and ivanka were real enemies and out to drive him out, but the truth was that the longer that trump's presidency went on, the less assertive his chief of staff became because big mulvaney, again, became a rubberstamp. ultimately, he got the chief of, the sycophant he always wanted and mark meadows. >> thank you, sir, it's good to see you, chris. mourners and the uk lining up for hours to see the green one last time. we are learning that president biden will leave with british prime minister lustrous when he is in london for the funeral. the u.s. ambassador to the uk is here to talk about that next. lable without a prescription. astepro is the first and only 24-hour steroid free spray. while other allergy sprays take hours astepro starts working in 30 minutes. so you can... astepro and go.
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could elizabeth lying in state at westminster hall as members of the public pay their respects. they have a few more days to do so before the state funeral on monday while he is in london for the, president joe biden set to meet the new prime minister lustrous. that as king charles is expected to host an event for foreign dignitaries from around the world on sunday night. joining me now, the investor, the british ambassador to the u.s., karen pearce thank you for joining us, i appreciate it. >> thanks very much for having me. >> i have to say, that i am sorry for your loss the uk is doing with high inflation, out of control gas prices. there is a war in ukraine, a lot to cover between president
biden and prime minister trust. what do you think is first on their agenda? >> i think that they will spend time talking about pushing back on authoritarianism-ism. it's authoritarianism that is behind russia's invasion of ukraine. it's authoritarianism behind the chinese treatment of uyghurs and of taiwan the president and prime minister boat show a belief in the power of freedom, the power alert pretty, what we can do to embed open societies and brim better benefits to citizens. i think that will be an important thing, and it's one piece of philosophy, if you like, that they both have in common. i think energy is bound to be top of the list, also. that's a real life issue, as you are saying. we have brought in measures to help households the president has recently passed the inflation reduction act. there's a lot to talk about there and what more we can do
together securing energy supply is going to be a part of that conversation. obviously, they would talk about ukraine, what more we can do together to sustain ukraine, as she continues this pushback with some remarkable results recently, against russia. >> ambassador, the uk is going through this so much new people the new prime minister, the death of the queen, now a new king to think all of that will make it even harder to do with all of these challenges the uk is facing? >> no, actually, in some funny way, i think it is actually easier. these are unprecedented times, as you are saying, because so many challenges, so many headwinds are coming together. the prime minister spoke about that, and these headwinds have felt throughout the transatlantic space. so i think they will have a lot to talk about this a lot to do
to get on with what we will do to confront these challenges it's unusual to have a new king and a new prime minister in one week, but i think as far as britain is concerned, they are very much going to rely on each other's counsel and advice i do think that it's a new era in historical terms, but i think today's crises, particularly the cost of living are real, and that's what the prime minister want to discuss for the president. >> do you think the new prime minister and akeem having both started around the same time, right, stepping into the roles at the same time, bonding
between the two, which may help their relationship and therefore the country? >> i would like to think so, certainly i think it was very good and very typical that the queen's last official duty was to see in the new prime minister. that provides continuity, provide stability. the new king has spoken of unity and loyalty and duty. the prime minister also feels public service very keenly, and i think it will be the beginning of a new era. i think to be honest, the 21st century is bringing that of its own accord. there are new challenges in a century that we did not have to do it in the 20th century, like migration, like climate change. so i think all these issues and the fact that the king and prime minister are new will actually get them commonality and enable them to form good
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new tonight, a federal judge naming a special master who will oversee and review more than 100 classified documents seized from mar-a-lago in august. the news comes after weeks of legal drama between trump layers and the doj over who should get to review these highly classified documents? joining now to discuss is cnn political correspondent sara murray, legal analyst and former u.s. assistant attorney, jennifer rogers, cnn counterterrorism analyst phil mudd and cnn's national security analysts -- good evening, everyone. sarah, bad news with the doj tonight that judge rejected their request to continue the criminal probe into classified documents while the review plays out. what more do you know? >> that is right. the judge basically said, one, i would not take the government
on face value that these governments are classified. she wants a special master to review them, and to, she does not think it will cause irreparable harm for the justice department to press pause on their ability to review the documents. she says you can still go forward in parts of your mastication. if you want to talk to witnesses about other documents removed or stored, you can do things like that, but when it comes to actually viewing the documents, you will be presenting them before a grand jury, which is the unhelpful thing to do when you're in the middle of a criminal investigation. you can't do something like that. she does say do that they can start brief congress, so we are waiting to see if that actually comes to fruition. she did put a timeline on all this, saying they have until this november 30th to complete the work. >> sarah, the judge appointing to shirk judge raymond theory especially master, what can you tell us about him? >> that is right. he is a senior judge in the eastern district of brooklyn. if you are a senior judge, you have more time on your counter, which is good becaus