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-- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com captioning funded by cbs it's wednesday, march 15th, 2017. this is the "cbs morning news." new this morning, we're getting a look at president trump's leaked tax return. how the white house reacted and the thankful tweet from the president's son. and spared from the snow. big cities mostly dodged the monster storm, but millions of people are digging out in the northeast as travel gets back on track. good morning from the studio 57 newsroom at cbs news headquarters here in new york. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green.
well, a portion of president trump's 2005 tax return has been leaked. the white house said publishing the return is illegal but acknowledged mr. trump made more than $150 million that year. the president refused to release his tax returns during the campaign, breaking a long tradition. hena daniels is here in new york. hena, good morning. >> good morning, anne-marie. president trump will meet with auto executives in detroit today before holding a rally in nashville. the events come just a day after mr. trump confirmed details of a tax return he filed with his wife melania. >> what i have here is a copy of dona donald's tax returns. mosts before msnbc host rachel maddow revealed the documents on air. >> the first amendment gives us the right to publish this return. >> in a statement monday night it shows mr. trump paid $30
million in income. a tax rate of 25% adding that it's totally illegal to steal and publish tax returns. msnbc said it received two pages from journalist david kchlt johnston who received a copy of the return in his mail bakraoui from an unknown source. >> it's entirely possible donald sent this to me. >> it comes as james comey was asked to respond to a letter, asking him to hand over any evidence. >> they're about to screw up big time. if they keep running to the intel committee and nottance that letter. >> they're also trying to salvage their health insurance plan after the budget office projected it would leave more americans uninsured than before obamacare was enacted. >> a mistake like mine that had medicaid expansion, we have
considers. >> the white house says it is now working to make changes to the bill. and the bulk of his tax bill, $31 million, was due to the alternative minimum tax in 2005, a tax that the president has previously said he wanted to abolish. in a tweet donald trump jr. to rachel maddow, quote, proving to your hate followers proving how successful trump is. we'll talk to john dickerson about the significance of mr. trump's leaked tax return. and big cities on the east coast were mostly spared a huge snowstorm. the packet of the massively winter system shifted and the predicted monster snowfall totals never materialized but the storm was still the biggest of the winter and some inland areas saw up to 2 feet. blizzard posts remain in maine
and new york with freezes in the deep south. it made for near white jouts conditions overnight near roanoke, virginia. today most mass transit is up and running and schools are open but at least three deaths were blamed on the storm and nearly a quarter of a million customers lost power. the storm cos to have an effect on travel. more than ,100 flights are canceled for today. yesterday more than 6,000 were canceled and there were nearly 8,000 over the past two days stranding thousands. kenneth craig has our report. >> reporter: parts of the northeast are digging out from the late season storm and also brought blizzard conditions to north adams, massachusetts. this tractor trailer lost traction on a boston bridge. drivers struggled to make headway in albany new york once they were able to dig out their cars. in delaware ice took town power lines and sent a tree crashing into this home in wilmington.
>> it's like a car accident. you see the car coming at you and you can't do anything about it. >> reporter: people in southern new jersey felt the coastal rain, snow, and sleet. >> feeling like a tiny icicle stabbing you in the face. >> reporter: the brunt of the storm missed new york city. the national weather service said a little more than 11 inches of snow fell here, just enough to delight these tourists. >> for those of us in los angeles, snow seems very romantic, but when you kwlo get out in it, it's a little more daunting than you'd expect. >> reporter: it would give plows a chance to clear runways before reopening on tuesday. but like many the poconos, the snow is welcome. >> reporter: meteorologists say the snow bonita won't gwon't go. it will stay 10 degrees below average for the next several days. kenneth craig, cbs news, new
york. >> you heard it from our meteorologist eric fisher of wbz. >> for some, we end up with historic snow totals especially around binghamton, new york. now, the snow continuing for parts of new england and new york state today. we'll see scattered areas of snow, strong binlds, and cold temperatures. there will be some additional accumulation as we head through wednesday, not at the same rate we saw the other day. the cold is pouring in. we're feeling it all across the u.s. temps 20 degrees below average over the next couple of days. after all that warmth, we're headed back to winter. low 40s at raleigh, 40s in atlanta, staying in the 60s in orlando, florida, and then by the time we wake up on thursday morning, a lot of teens and 20sing. 30s down to north florida and since we've had so many crops bloom early, plants in the east,
the mid-atlantic, h could leave some damage for a lot of them, especially the peach crop that bloomed early this year. we're watching for a little more snow. we head into st. patrick's weekend. rain and snow swinging through the northeast. we'll have to watch the storm on sunday and may continue to watch new england with more cold and snow. winter is holding up. i'm meteorologist eric fisher for cbs news. >> it certainly is. california plirchs are looking for someone who fired on a highway. one vick tame said a cell phone in his pocket -- rather a cell phone was in his pocket when he was shot. the come mmandant of the marines vowed to use whatever was at his disposal to hold
marines responsible. for some, that was not enough. >> if we can't crack facebook, how are we supposed to be able to confront russian aggression. >> senators grilled the top u.s. marine for more than two hours over a scandal uncovered on social media. current and former members sharing photos of female marines online. some of them were nude, prompting lewd and threatening comments. >> it is a serious problem when we have members of our military denigrating female marines who will give their life to this country. >> i don't have a good answer for you. i'm not going sit here and duck around this thing, i'm not. i'm responsible. i'm the commandant. >> general robert kneller acknowledged they did not have a social media policy but that's changing. >> marines have got to unsz that using social media to degrade,
denigrate, be disrespectful to another marine, it's not who we are but it's illegal. >> reporter: the website is a by product of an ongoing problem of some male marines not accepting women in the ranks. >> don't you think this has kind of stepped all aover recruiting of young women? >> senator, we're talking to our recruiting folks because the urine irony is we're trying to increase the number of the women in the marine corps. this certainly, i would say, is not helpful. >> right. >> reporter: general kneller promises to do better starting with a trip to camp lejeune. folks on the southwest coast of florida are assessing damage after a pair of tornados caused destruction. at least 24 homes and other buildings were damaged. tony orr was watching tv when the twister hit monday night.
>> i got down on my knees. those are glass dloors, too, that blew out. he could feel it exploding on the back of his neck. >> reporter: the tornados packed 120-mile-per-hour winds. no serious injuries are reported though. and miami fire officials are inspecting a fire that shot flames 50 feet into the air. a building and two boats were detroited. several other boats were damaged. some work was being done on an engine inside a building and something went wrong but the cause of the fire is not known. coming up on the "morning news," a dramatic video. a car slams into a gas station and causes a fireball. and antarctic, roadwork? this is the "cbs morning news." especially for people with heart failure.
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our top stories this morning, the white housep made more than $150 million in income tax. part of mr. trump's taxaked r the president refused to release his tax return in the campaign breaking a> the storm along the coast fell short when it shifted slightly to the west. but some areas still got more than 2 feet of snow,sportaon wa and schools were closed. at least three deaths are blamed on the storm. more than a thousand flights are canceled for today. storm has something many thought was impossible. it brought a democrat and republican together.
road again s their excellent e ♪ >> reporter: republican ng the blue shirt he drove through texas. they rented a chevy impala and hit the road. >> we're doing 1,600 san antonio to washington, d.c., and we woulde all's questions. facebook and periscope. we caught up with them on yp th reaching some bipartisan compromise. >> we both ordered a number 2 with cheese from whataburger. >> reporter: and when they don't agree -- with congress, the house is di from health care to taxes they said members need to get to know people in the other party the way it used to be. >> we hope more of our colleagues take this lead and we
see more of these bipartisan road trips. >> it wouldn't have happened without the east coast getting shut down. >> reporter: yes, sometimes even a blizzard can be a good thing. chip reid, cbs news, washington. >> pretty good idea. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," how air airlines plan to get back on track today after palacive storm cancellations, plus a new service for parents to help protect their teenagers online. and business analyst jill schlesinger shows us how it will affect you. that's the "cbs this morning" for this wednesday. thanks for watching. i'm anne-marie green. have a great day. before we go, though, late night moment from the road tripping lawmakers. i'm anne-marie green. >> we need to get a little more johnny cash. ♪ love is a burnin' thing
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