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as tensions rise over north korea, a new warning hr mcmaster. lieutenant general says president trump will take action to end any threat to the u.s. plus a manhunt underway in ohio. police searching for a suspect who they say shot an elderly man on the street and posted video of the killing on facebook. tax day protest take place across the country. lashing out calling tand saying election day is over.
good morning, everyone. it is april 17. north korea paraded military might this weegsd. failed to launch or get a rise out of trump administration. hours after kim jong-un unveiled a large number of new and advanced missiles. fired from a submarine that barely got off the ground before exploding. at club in florida. president trump celebrated easter holiday. let the pentagon do talking for him. deferring to secretary gym mattis released a two second statement. quote, president and military team are aware of north korea's most recent unsuccessful missile launch. president has no further excellent. the latest missile test fit
into a pattern of provacative and destabilizing and threatening behavior on part of north korean regime. i think there's an international consensus now including the chinese and the chinese leadership that this is a situation that just cannot continue what is clear as long as their behavior continues, as long as they continue missile development, even though this was a failed missile. they get better and learn lessons. so what's critical is for them to stop this destabilizing behavior. stop the development of these weapons and denucledenuclearize >> why would i call china a currency manipulator when they're working with us on the north korean problem. well will see what happens. high ranking republican members of congress warned the north korean threat still continues. house affairs committee chairman warns kim june un's heightened
reach is skeptical about ability to stop him. they could be in the position where they could hit all 50s states with an icbm. >> to prevent north korea from having a missile with a nuclear weapon that could strike the united states and we would have to rely on our ability to intercept it and i'm told we do have that ability is still awfully risky business. this is really very serious. this guy in north korea is not rational. his father and grandfather were much more rational than he is. >> chairman royce also suggested president trump stop foreign banks from doing any kind of business and hard currency with north korea. almost immediate failure of tv missile launch has made it difficult for experts to determine capability, but
questions remain whether the united states played a hidden part as officials like deputy national security adviser kt mcfarland and others were asked about. >> did the u.s. sabotage this missile. >> now, chris, you know we can't talk about secret intelligence and things that might have been covert operations that might have happened. i really have no comment on that and nor should i. >> do you think u.s. action here covert action is the reason why this missile launch failed. >> you know, i think there's a couple of possibilities that's one of them. >> they had a failure yesterday. i'm not sure why. >> do you buy the sabotage thing. do you think our program is good enough to do things like that. >> i don't think so, but i wouldn't rule it out. >> now to massive zurge underway in cleveland ohio. suspect accused of shooting a man, then uploading video of that crime to facebook.
an aggravated murder warrant has been issued for 37-year-old steve stevens. he's considered armed and dangerous. graphic video posted on facebook appears to show stevens getting out of his car and telling the victim he's going to die because of a woman. can you do me a favor? can you say -- what? >> can you say [ bleep ]. >> yes. she's the reason this is about to happen to you. the victim has been identified as 74-year-old robert. in a separate video stevens claimed to have committed multiple other homicide. police have not been able to verify any other shootings or deaths. authorities officially said stevens had broadcast the killing live on facebook. a spokesman for the social media side said the video was recorded first then uploaded. joining us from cleveland is ron. ron, what's the latest in the search for stevens in this case. >> good morning, to you. this manhunt is ongoing this
morning as we get up on this monday morning. looking for 37-year-old steve stevens. not located him yet. if you spot him, do not approach him. he is considered to be armed and dangerous. the vehicle he was driving yesterday is a newer model white ford fusion sedan. four-door sedan with temporary ohio tags. don't know if he's still in this area. very graphic killing uploaded to facebook. misreported earlier it was uploaded live. it was uploaded shortly after 2:00 in the afternoon. he walks up to this 74-year-old grandfather of 14. tells him to mention a name of a woman and then he opens fire on the man with a single shot to the head. got back in his vehicle and talked about in another video that he killed other people. police have not substantiated those claims. that i have are indeed looking for him this morning. >> ron, it's alex here. i got to tell you, i can't conceive of the horror the people in the neighborhood must feel.
what's it like there? are people frightened? >> there's a sense of saddeness and shock here in the community. friends of his that cannot believe he would be capable of doing what he allegedly did yesterday. people who went to college with him. a sick feeling around cleveland this morning. this man just walking down the street with a plastic bag. apparently looked for aluminum cans out exercising getting work in yesterday on the south side and this man walked up to him and opened fire on him very randomly it appears. >> ron, thank you so much for that. people across the country took to the streets over the weekend with a singular message for president trump. release your tax returns. demonstrations were held in more than 150 cities across the country, including chicago, sacramento, atlanta, and right outside the capital in washington. protesters continued to put the pressure on president trump to offer up returns. repeatedly dismissed called
siting an audit by the irs and saying it's only important to journalists and liberal politicians. in berkeley, 13 people arrested. police say things escalated with heated words were exchanged as fights spilled into the streets and objects like rocks and bottles were used as weapons. see it right there, the melee. tweeting on saturday, i did what was almost an impossible thing to do for an republican. easily won the electoral college. tax returns brought up again. he continued someone should look into who paid for the small organized rallies yesterday. the election is over. any quick kwoogle search shows the president himself has continued to bring it up. including numerous tweets referencing his win other over the last few month. >> president trump also weighed in on last week's impressional prove in kansas. kansas's republican treasurer
ron estes beet out james tompson. so replace mike pompeo. republicans outnumbered democrats nearly 2-1 there, but gop strategists are warning the close contest will likely have reverberations for midterms. taking to twitter yesterday, the recent kansas election was a really big media event until the republicans won. now they play is same game with georgia. bad. speaking yesterday. senator bernie sanders suggested democrats did not do enough to support tompson in that election. >> so what i think has happened now in kansas it is true that the democratic candidate lost. it is true that the democratic party should have put more resources into that election, but it is also true that he ran 20 points better than the democratic candidate for president did in kansas. >> now democrats are turning their attention to that contest
in georgia sixth district. being viewed as a national referendum on president trump as well as a test of democratic ability to turn opposition to success. that election features 18 candidates is to fill the house seat of porm erp congressman turned health and human services secretary tom price. republican haves controlled that district since 1979. president trump only won it by 1.5% in november's election. democratic is leading nearest competitor by double digits according to polls, but is expected to fall short of 50% needed to avoid runoff. obama administration and not releasing visitor logs. the decision to freeze the information without specific freedom of information act request was announced on the afternoon of the good friday holiday. communications director mike cited grave national security risks and privacy concerns to the hundreds of thousands of visitors annually. they also said the new policy
will save $70,000 by 2020. ax i don't say reportedios repo on friday judicial watch. one of the conservative watchdog groups that sued the obama administration for records said in a statement this new secrecy policy undermines the rule of law and suggests this white house doesn't want to be accountable to the american people. the move crickets president trump's criticism of president obama, quote, why is barack obama spending millions to try to hide his records. he is the least transparent president ever and he ran on transparency. well, veteran fox news journalist summed up president trump's new approach this way. >> he now says this white house is no longer to going to retu
reteenly release visitor logs. massive marches across the country. people protesting. these were called tax marches. people demanding that president trump release tax returns. president apparently not liking those marches. he said i did what was an almost impossible thing to do for a republican. easily won electoral college. now tax returns brought up again. this president apparently thinks transparency is overrated. the main opposition party in turkey will challenge results of referendum giving president sweeping new powers. results from a state run news agency showed a narrow 51% lead. the opposing republican people's party said the data is a manipulation in the range of 3-4%. president erdogan's response to that, quote, it's too late now.
final results would be declared in 11-12 days. if it holds could keep erdogan in office until at least 2029. emotional start to playoffs for boston star. plus calling for exit from paris climate agreement. not everyone in president trump's inner circle agrees on that. those stories and a check on weather when we come back.
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"saturday night live." now, away from the jokes for a moment. president trump's top environmental official is calling for the u.s. to pull out of historic paris climate change agreement as o potential fight in the white house takes shape. interview last week scott pruitt becoming one of p highest ranking officials to explicitly reject that agreement endorsed by nearly 200 countries. >> paris is something that we need to really look at closely because it is something we need to exit in my opinion. bad deal for american. america second, third, or fourth approach. china and india had no obligations until 2030. we front loaded all of our coast. >> senior advisers reportedly set to discuss tomorrow. according to politic co-both against the agreement will be at that table. joining them will be secretary of state rex tillerson. senior add sigh or is support the deal. national economic director and
national security adviser hr mcmaster. also saying cohen and mcmaster have not staked out a position on the pact, but expected to argue for staying in it. >> get a check on weather now with nbc meteorologist bonnie snider. it's a beautiful day in new york. storms in the southern part of the country. >> that's true. yesterday got off to 87 in new york city. now it's stormy in dallas. temperatures will get into the 80. look at lightning in southeast oklahoma. also flash flooding being reported in southwest missouri. all along a stationary front that will linger for today and tomorrow see storms up along the frontal boundary. may see more flash flooding going through. watching for heaviest rain south of san antonio. this is where we could see up to two inches of rain accumulate as we go through today and tonight. looking at temperatures there's going to be a change today from what we saw yesterday. slightly cooler. less warm. low pressure pushing off to northeast. staying hot across the south.
still warm in birmingham and atlanta. pittsburgh, new york, everybody above normal, but not as much as we were yesterday. still feeling comfortable. then to dallas where temperatures will be in the 80s. i mentioned being cooler. windy for boston marathon at 10:00 a.m. 66 degrees. gusts will be strong at 28-mile-per-hour. the high in boston at 71. notice the rain lingers for the southern planes. we'll be watching for that this afternoon. unsettled weather will remain for pacific northwest. showers from san francisco to seattle. tuesday the storm spread a little further to the east. could see them work their way to the south. notice it does get a lot cooler. particularly new england. boston high of 47. what a difference a day would make. big change in temperatures. look for that wet weather in minneapolis as well as with a high of 69. >> pretty much a spring forecast
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golden state cruises past portland, 121-109. let's turn to the ice for the lord stanley cup. to columbus in a scary moment from blue jacket rookies. catching a puck to the face right under his rise there. he left the game to get stitches, but the 19-year-old would return to the ice in the third period. wasn't enough as the penguins get the 5-4 win giving them 3-0 series lead. that one looked like it hurt: turning to major league baseball where in the nation's capital down 4-3 two outs in the ninth. washington bryce harper steps up to the plate.
out of here. game winning three run homer gives washington the win over the phillies. north of the border to toronto. blue jays taking on toronto. head to ninth with score tied at one. morales steps up to the plate there. >> back and good-bye. ball game over. >> hits the pitch over the right field fence. 2-1 win at home. finally the easter bunny made appearance at the president's race at national's park this weekend. jefferson, washington, lincoln, roosevelt all waysing to the finish. just about to win the race when he gets speared bid the bunny. easter bunny has a history of
taking out presidents in previous races. that one looked spot on. >> that was a tackle. >> didn't get up i don't think. >> mascot violence. >> i don't understand anything about that if. if you could just explain during the commercial break. still ahead, more on the growing tension between the u.s. and north korea. live report coming up next. >> also going to go live to cleveland ohio. authorities continue to search for a man who reportedly shot a stranger on the street. and then uploaded video of that crime to facebook. we'll be right back. kevin, meet your father. kevin kevin kevin kevin kevin kevin kevin kevin kevin kevin trusted advice for life. kevin, how's your mom? life well planned. see what a raymond james financial advisor can do for you.
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because a key drug used in the executions is set to expire. that's the problem there. two of the executions are been stayed. six are now on hold while the state answers questions about lethal injection drug. it's too late. that's what the president of turkey is telling those who wanted to challenge sunday's referendum results. that greatly expanded presidential powers. the narrow 51% victory to replace parliamentary system means erdogan could hold power until 2029. >> unannounced visit to afghanistan.
met with president and other top officials. trump administration first high level visit to the country and comes just days after the u.s. dropped that massive bomb on isis targets there. nearly 9,000 u.s. troops stationed in afghanistan. says he needs several thousand more. >> expected test of military force by north korea this weekend, but it quickly fizzled. nbc janice reports for us. just the beginning of the challenge facing the trump administration. just hours after north korea flaunted its military strength, failed missile test exposed weakness. medium range missile blew up less than five seconds after launch. according to white house foreign policy adviser, u.s. had good intelligence before and after the test. some speculating whether u.s. sabotaged. >> we don't know yet. could be sabotage. could be poor engineering, just
blue-coll bad luck. >> whether or not the u.s. played a role, the failed launch is an embarrassment for kim jong-un. concern that north korea will try a nuclear test or long range missi missile. what south korean officials called clear acts of threat. north korea says it's close to testing an intercontinental ballistic missile. if and when it does, a game changer for the united states. >> i think there's an international consensus now including chinese and chinese leadership this is a situation that can't continue. >> amid the turmoil, vice president mike pence arrived to seoul for meetings about the north's nuclear threat and spoke to american troops stationed here. >> this morning's provocation from the north is just the latest reminder of the risks
each one of you face every day. >> also heading to the peninsula, a u.s. navy strike group. able to shoot down incoming missiles and launch their own. >> janice, joins us live from seoul south korea. very good morning to you. vice president mike pence in korea today. had tough words for kim jong-un. kuim jong-un. he made a surprised visit to the demilitarize zone today. >> even in these troubled times w we, we stand with you for a free and secured future. the united states of america stands shoulder to shoulder with the public of korea. service and vigilance of u.s. on
this frontier of freedom stands as a testament to the enduring partnership between our people. the alliance between south korea and the united states is the linchpin of peace and security on the korean peninsula and indeed throughout the asian pacific. >> while here pence will be meeting with south korean officials to give them u.s. security assurances, they'll also be discussing what military options there are to try to contain testimony north korea threat. richard. >> janice, what we saw over the weekend was two missiles potentially new nor north korea. >> experts believe there was one in as many as three new types of missiles. particularly worrying what appears to be an intercontinental ballistic missile. this is sort of weaponry that kim jong-un has been threatening will some day be able to reach
the united states. the experts also said that some of the other missiles that were on parade, some of them had been modified. others merely repainted. on a whole, what it suggested is that the commitment on the part of north korea to build its arsenal. it had everything on parade and officials saying that they'll use everything if north korea is attacked. >> live for us in seoul south korea, thank you very much. authorities are actively searching for 37-year-old steve stevens who is being described as armed and dangerous. joining us from cleveland, nbc correspondent, good morning to you. whatst the latest on this search. >> reporter: good morning to you. the search is ongoing as we get this monday morning started. police just told us that there was a double shooting last night
that is not connected to mr. stevens. the only visiting at this point is 74-year-old grandfather of 14 who was gunned down on east 93rd street about 2:00 on easter sunday. apparently just a random killing and video posted to facebook to mr. stevens account where he walked up to the man and asked him to repeat the name of a woman and told the man this is the person, this woman is why this man is about to lose his life. police are talking to a woman. she's in protective custody. in case she becomes a target of mr. stevens. they told us he was driving a white late model newer model ford fusion. white in color, temporary ohio tag if anyone sees that car or him, police say do not approach. he is to be considered armed and dangerous, to call 911. instead. this killing, this shooting. very graphic execution in broad daylight has left a lot of clevelanders upset and shocked. including those who new mr.
stev stevens. 6'1". bald with a full beard. >> tell you, this who thing is chilling beyond description. i have to wonder, this woman in protective custody, they probably haven't identified her. you would have reported that. is she in the cleveland area? do they know why she is. >> don't know exactly sure. they have taken her into custody for her protection. police apparently say she is cooperating with them in the investigation and as we say, they're looking for this white vehicle. they don't know if he is still in this area. they have alerted neighboring states, pennsylvania, indiana, to be on the lookout for him as well. >> certainly wonder about that relationship. okay. thank you so much. meantime, trump white house is breaking with the president set by the obama administration now choosing not to release visitor logs. the decision to freeze the information without specific freedom of information act request. that was announced on friday. communications director cited
grave national security risks and privacy concerns of the hundreds of thousands of visitors annually. axios reported the obama administration disclosed more than 6 medical records of visitors during pregnancy although it did try to maintain right to withhold records and often left logs incompletely. back in 2012. donald trump tweeted why is barack obama trying to hide his records. least transparent president ever and ran on transparency. >> west wing while new reports dive deeper. new issue of vanity fair details the drama inside the white house between presidential son-in-law and steve bannon. bannon had repeatedly threatened to quit the administration if he were ousted from the security counsel. almost like calling his bluff. this as the "new york times" reports how first daughter ivana trump has been battles bannon
reporting in recent weeks spoken bluntly. she was especially incensed by articles she believed were planted by allies suggesting he not her father hone the populist economic message that helped sweep the midwest. made that point in strongest terms to father who agreed. ivana trump is not relishing the white house battles well. she is telling friends, quote, i didn't ask for this. >> still ahead, then there were nine. neil gorsuch is going to take his seat today. preview what is expected to be his first big case. >> wasn't a royal baby watch. may as well have been. >> tell you how april and her calf are doing this morning. that in a moment.
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nitpickers could try to see the big picture and didn't solely focus on every little slur and life i say. that would be nice. >> we should just put that on a loop. i'm sitting here cracking up. >> we've seen it three times and we keep laughing. >> every time just as good. >> clearly another weekend of snl. also with smiles about weather. let's go to nbc meteorologist bonnie. >> good morning. we are definitely looking at mild temperatures for sure. a lot of people pleased about that. do have storms to talk about. getting frequent lightning strikes we'll heavy rain in and around parts of missouri. there have been reports of flash flooding. watching for changes. rain across parts of the jersey shore. as well as into northern virginia. watch for that for today and tonight as a cold front passes. going to bring cooler weather particularly into new england.
big difference from today versus yesterday. strong storms roll through in the boston area. look at this out west. another unsettled start to the week. watching widespread rain and snow showers at higher elevation. look for unsettled weather. and looks like we'll see some of the heaviest rain in coastal oregon into washington. not as warm for part tofs great lakes and parts of the northeast. staying quite hot in the south to alabama and georgia. still going to be quite warm. looking for temperatures in the 70s. comfortable in kentucky. 70 in pittsburgh. well above average for this year. getting a little cooler in the northeast. still staying quite hot by wednesday. almost 20 degrees above normal in kansas city with a high of 83. looking at mild weather sticking around at least for the rest of the week. >> thanks so much. now to something that happened over the weekend a lot of people have been waiting o long time for over 1 million people tuned instead saturday for social media sensation april the
giraffe and birth of new son. captured nationwide attention since a zoo in upstate new york began a live stream back in february. chronicaled the giraffe's pregnancy. zoo is holding an online ten day contest to allow the public to vote for name. i know alex is definitely going there. one of the most grueling test of physical endurance in the world, but the iron man race proven to be no match for one father and son team. getting encouragement in pursuit of victory. more on this inspiring story. >> reporter: it's well before sunrise and johnny has already been awake for hours. >> hopefully we can just have a good time today. >> are you ready to go?
>> johnny was born with slecerel palsy. disorder that affects how his muscles work. not stopping him from joining other competitors for a half iron man in florida. >> people here are capable of doing things that they want to if they put their mind to it. >> johnny's partner in the race, his father jeff, who will push and pull his son for hours. 70 .3 miles of swimming, biking and running. >> he's been dieing to be an athlete his whole life. kind of an opportunity to do it. first attempt was world iron man competition last year. they didn't finish. kicked training up a notch. >> most vital piece is the sole and hart and drive. that comes from something that's bigger than you. >> johnny is finding inspiration from michael phelps.
taking the swimming legends under armour campaign and creating this video of him imitating hero side by side. resting and recovering. struggling, pushing and overcoming. michael phelps tweeting out his support to johnny and following up with an encouraging phone call. >> he's a great athlete, but also inspires countless people. just like i want to do in my life. >> a dream realized as johnny and his dad cross the finish line. >> how about that. >> five minutes under their goal time. >> johnny was elated. all is good in the world. >> savoring a victory and proving the old adage. champions are made. >> good job, johnny. >> johnny was inspired by a great athlete, but now he's the one inspiring others. >> thanks to nbc news for that report. what a phenomenal family.
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religious practices, it just won't subsidize them. >> it's a radical departure from the idea if you need something done in your church, you ask your parishioners to dig deeper into their pocket and pay for it themselves. >> as a federal judge, gorsuch has been sympathetic to claims of religious discrimination. >> it was justice gorsuch's views on religious liberty that might have been the most persuasive thing to conservative advocates when he was nominated. so it would be a surprise if he weren't in favor of the church in this case. >> justice gorsuch may play a role deciding whether private businesses like bakers and florists can refuse on religious grounds to provide services for same sex weddings. >> there is a new twist in this case by the way. missouri's newly elected governor says the state will no longer automatically turn down requests for money from churches. now the supreme court has to decide if they still want to hear that case.
prince harry is opening up on the death of had his mother diana taking a candid look at the struggles he's faced for 20 years. in an interview he reveals he finally sought counseling after what he describes as two years of total chaos and many years of not dealing with the grief of losing his mother back in 1997. >> i can safely say the news of my mom at the age of 12 and shutting down all my emotions for the last 20 years has had quite a serious effect on not only my perm life but my work as well. my way of dealing with it was sticking my head in the sand, refusing to think about my mom. why would that help, it's not going to bring her back. >> he took part in the interview to help people struggling with mental health. coming up on "morning joe." the latest on the threat from
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welcome back. ticket sales for the new film from the "fast & furious" franchise hit new heights this weekend. nbc's universe ""the fate of the furious"" broke global box office records with a weekend that grossed over $532 million worldwide, eclipsing "star wars" which made a mere $529 million in its opening weekend of the eighth installment in the fan series opened in 64 markets bringing in 432 million internationally and 100 million in north america. the films earned $4.4 billion worldwide making it universal's most successful franchise and eighth highest grossing film series in history. >> that's incredible. they are great. a lot of fun. >> a lot of fun. >> before we toss it to "morning joe" we'll get a check on stories you'll hear about in the day ahead. >> vice president pence will
wrap up his visit in south korea. a business listening session in seoul before heading to japan. >> runners taking part in the running of the boston marathon. elite women runners after 9:30 followed by elite member. one wave of the general public at 10:00 a.m. >> president trump and first lady melliania trump will host e east egg egg hunt. a little smaller than past. "morning joe" starts right now. everybody shut up i can apologize. yes, y'all get your wish this week, didn't ya? spicy kind of made a mistake. though president trump recently bombed syria while eating the most beautiful piece of chocolate cake america has ever laid on. that's a fact.
now, in defending the president's decision, i said that unlike syrian leader -- the leader of -- what is the stupid name. bazooka felicia ahmad rashad. at least hitler never used chemical weapons and everybody freaked. they were all like boohoo. what about the holocaust centers. yeah, i know they are not really called holocaust centers. duh. i know that. i'm aware. i clearliment to say concentration clubs, okay? it would be really great if the nitpickers could try to see the big picture and didn't solely focus on every little slur and lie i say. that would be nice.