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president trump's royal rumble against the media continues. this time a video wrestling with a man with a cnn logo on his face and it has many asking what's next >> the white house continues its push for health care reform while lawmakers are on break. later new jersey beaches closed to the public because of a statewide shutdown but not from governor chris christie. ♪ good morning, everyone. it's monday, july 3rd. president donald trump continue food cuss his attention on the news media this weekend tweeting
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a video of him from wrestlemania with the cnn logo superimposed over the person he's fight. the twitter handle shared the video making it part of the archived official record. cnn released a statement that read in part it's a sad day when the president of the united states encourages violence against reporters. he's involved in juvenile behavior far lowe the dignity of his office. despite president trump's previous comments including how he would like to punch a protester at a rally the white house deputy secretary made they comments just on thursday. >> the president in no way form or fashion has ever promoted or encouraged violence of anything. quite the contrary. >> speaking at president trump's
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surrogate, he had this to say. >> my first reaction is the same as any of president's tweets. there's many cable shows that reach to viewers and they are not always fair to the president. i'm proud of the president for developing a twitter and social platform where he can talk direct try to the american people. he's the most genuine president and nonpolitician president we've seen in my lifetime and demonstrated whatever the contents with that particular tweet is or any tweet he's demonstrated an ability to talk to the people. >> is that the kind of communication you want that he's beating up on somebody, he's beating up on media. you're in charge of homeland security. that seems like a threat. >> certainly not. no one would perceive that as a threat. i think he's beaten up in a way on cable platforms, he has a right to respond to. >> and with that president trump spent much of his weekend tweeting about his distasteful
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for reporting that's been less than ungavable referring it to as garbage journalism and reacted to his condemnation of mika brzezinski tweeting my use of social media is not presidential it's modern day presidential and here's what he said at a conference sponsored by an advantage gel cal christian organization to honor veterans over the weekend. >> the fake media is trying to silence us. but we will not let them. because the people know the truth. the fake media tried to stop us from going to the white house. but i'm president and they're not. we won, and they lost. the fact is the press has destroyed themselves because they went too far.
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instead of being subtle and smart, they used the hatchet and the people saw it right from the beginning. the dishonest media will never keep us from accomplishing our objectives on behalf of our great american people. it will never happen. [ applause ] their agenda is not your agenda, you've been saying it. >> and president trump's use i'm president they're not when speaking with "time" magazine back in march i guess i can't be doing so badly because i'm president and you're not. he had the same reminder for house republicans when they celebrated at the white house. >> you know, coming from a different world and only being a politician for a short period of time, how am i doing?
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am i doing okay? hey, i'm president. hey, i'm president. can you believe it? >> the health care bill stalled the white house changed its approach now push forge a repeal only option if a replacement plan cannot be greed upon. that's a position the president once ruled out after winning the white house. take a listen. >> we'll do it simultaneously. it will be just fine. we won't have a two day period or two year period where there's nothing. if it will be repealed and replaced. it will be repealed and replaced. it will be essentially simultaneously. it will be various segments, you understand but most likely on the same day, same week, probably the same day. >> yesterday white house legislative affairs director said it would repeal only drive could gain support of senators who pose the replacement plan.
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>> it's a way we look at to say if the replacement part is too difficult for republicans to come together let's go back and take care of the first step and replay. todd young from indiana voted for the bill. you have 50 members on record voting for that. that's an option. if you repealed it, come back with a replacement effort that could be more bipartisan. >> one of those 50 votes is mitch mcconnell. speaking to reporters he said he intends to continue negotiations. the associated press relaying this quote from the majority leader saying it's not easy making america great again, it is. the "usa today" finds there will be over 1370 counties with one only affordable care act exchange insurer next year. 40 counties will have none at all due in large part because of the uncertainty coming out of
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washington. joining us now the molly hooper. great to have you with us. let's talk a little bit about this. not all the health care surrogates are on the same page. here's a clip of secretary tom price talking with chuck todd about a repeal only option. >> is that your official stance now? is that an acknowledgement the senate bill is unworkable as it stands? >> we don't think so. we think leader mcconnell and his senators within the senate are working to try to get this piece of legislation on track. conversations are ongoing as we speak, and so we look forward to hopefully then coming back after this fourth of july recess, and getting the work done. >> we know how much as we played earlier in the show those clips from the president saying he'll only do repeal and replace. what's the current state of negotiations and what is leader mcconnell's -- what is he really considering here?
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>> reporter: the current state involves, you know, reaching out to those more moderate senators who would like medicaid could be expanded -- to be expanded for its residents. and the state residents. also sweetening the deal with opioid money for senators like rob portman, and, you know, possibly allowing the senate to vote on an amendment offered by ted cruz that would -- that would allow each state to opt -- that would allow insurances to offer other plans that don't necessarily comply with the obamacare requirements as long as they offer a plan that does submit to those requirements. that said the repeal effort is more of a legislative, sort of a veiled threat to senators who voted in the pass for repeal only when, of course, they were in the minority -- they were in the majority but president obama
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clearly was not going sign that at the time. >> over the weekend senator ben sass was advocating for repeal. >> if we can do a combined repeal and replace over the next week that's great. if we can't there's no reason to walk away we should do a repeal with a delay. i don't want to see anybody thrown off their coverage. the president should call on the senate to cancel our state work period. >> let's talk about that. >> let's cancel it. i don't have any plans. i look forward to working every day in august. it's holt here. >> he's talking about cancelling the august state period which means cancelling the august recess. >> exactly. >> i'm sure there's a lot of senators who don't want to do that. is there support for an extended session in august and do you think a repeal vote would get
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support from senators? >> reporter: first i don't think the repeal only will get support from people because essentially what it would do even though ben sass says it would be a delay period there's not such a thing with a delay period. look at the budget control act and sequestration. that was supposed to be a time period by which members of the house and senate and president obama got together to find cuts in the budget and they didn't. every agency took across the board hit. but in terms of staying in for august recess, i think that if there is momentum and there's a deal coming together, if the senate sable to pass something slightly before august and it looks like the house and senate come together they will be in for a week or two but not the entire august. many senators go to hot spots around the world and these things have been planned for a while. >> president trump preparing to head overseas later this week to
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attend the first g-20 summit and come face to face with vladimir putin. the sit down is expected to take place on friday. it's unclear if the president will bring up the allegations that moscow interfered with the u.s. elections. there was a report an operative tried to track down clinton's missing emails. peter w. smith is convinced that the 33,000 emails were thandse s of multiple russian hackers. one of the people smith has been accused of trying recruit, matt tate who laid out his interactions. tate wrote this, although it wasn't initially october dourd me how independent smith's investigation was, it was immediately apparent that smith was well connected to the top echelons of the campaign and
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knew attorney general flynn and his son well. smith talked about the goings on at the top of the trump team offering deep insights. he went on the discuss research document he says smith sent him that listed senior members of the trump team. president trump spent part of his holiday weekend lashing out at the growing list of states that refused to turn over data to his commission investigating voter fraud. president tweeted out numerous states refused to give out information. what are they trying to hide? the commission asked the state for information including voters names, address, voting history and the last four digits of their social security numbers. more than 20 states including virginia, kentucky, california, new york and massachusetts have declined to provide some or all of the information saying it was unnecessary and violated
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privacy. the man heading it said his state won't be smarj information. indiana's republican secretary of state who is also a member of the president's commission and represents vice president mike pence home state says she's with holding most of the information. minnesota's secretary of state w was especially critical they can go jump in the gulf of mexico and mississippi is a great state to launch from. still ahead a shooting inside a nightclub in little rock, arkansas leave dozens injured. >> rallies taking place across the country calling for president trump's impeachment just ahead of independence day. those stories and a check of weather when we come back. (vo) a lifetime of your dog's
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. welcome back, everybody. this morning authorities in arkansas continue to investigate a shooting that took place inside a crowded nightclub saturday morning in little rock, arkansas. more than two dozen people suffered gunshot wounds. >> the rapper who was performing has been arrested on unrelated charges. >> reporter: police in little rock still searching for the gunman who fired multiple rounds inside a nightclub. it was early saturday morning during a rap concert when the shooting began. [ gunshot ] >> i don't know who's shooting. i'm security. >> reporter: inside club goers struggled to find safety. >> the gun shots overruled everything. it was over 50 shots that went off in the club. i thought i would never get out. i was praying hoping i got out. >> reporter: 25 people suffered gunshot wound. three others were hurt trying to flee. investigators believe multiple shooters were involved.
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the rap per rickyy hampton was arrested on unrelated charges. police suspect the shooting kansas be gang-related. the community struggle tolls heal. >> police say multiple weapons were found when the rapper was arrested. investigators plan to compare hampton's weapon to shell casings that were recovered. over the holiday weekend thousands of protesters gathered in cities across the country calling for until paethe impeac president trump. organizers say they believe the president has violated the constitution and obstructed justice. let's switch gears and talk
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about something that is on a lot of people's mind, the weather. bill karins, people want to know how fourth of july will play out. >> people have fireworks displays and parades and barbecue plans. we're not seeing anything too horrible but it wasn't pretty over the last couple of hours. little rock thunderstorms blew through. these storms are dying out heading towards wichita. only issues over the next two days is in the central plains, dodge city, oklahoma city, 2 million people at risk, large hail. even later today, this afternoon, little frontal boundary this area of green, marginal risk of severe storms. ft. wayne to pittsburgh entire state of pennsylvania into scranton and philadelphia and northern new jersey, isolated strong storms during the day. they will be hit or miss. they will be in and out in 15 to 20 minutes. here's the holiday outlook.
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afternoon thunderstorms a good bit in the southeast. if there's any beach areas that are less than ideal into fourth of july it's going to be the beaches of north and south carolina as we continue to deal with hit or miss showers and thunderstorms. the morning will be just fine. sarch when you see the worse of those showers and storms. as far as the forecast into wednesday, not too bad with showers and storms again in the afternoon. pretty nice fireworks forecast too. as far as the northeast looks great. macy's fireworks is just fine. we'll wait for those storms to end in atlanta too. this is a pretty nice forecast. over the weekend was pretty good and looks to continue. >> bill karins bringing us positive news. i like that fireworks forecast. bill karins thanks for that. still ahead the nba free agency frenzy under way and we're tracking some reported deals. >> one lucky baseball fans get two unlikely souvenirs. sports is next.
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fast forward to the top of the sixth. it's betts again. his second home run of the day. just snuck it down the left field line. two across the plate in the seventh with another single. pretty nice day for betts. eight rbis in all for rex lead-off hitter. they just crushed 15-1 over the struggle rays. let's go to san diego. corey seager giving chase to thab territory. did you see that? catch again. he runs by it and is behind the back. i think he was trying avoid the collision. san diego pulls off the win 5-3. in oakland lightning struck twice as the a's hosting the braves. this fan snag as foul ball. he's happy. goes to the ball game.
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welcome back, everybody. let's start with the morning's top stories. >> millions of people woke up sunday to find one of the most jaw dropping posts yet from president donald trump. he tweeted a video of himself from wrestlemania. the logo is super imposed over the person he's fighting. here's what's also interests pornography. the potus twitter handle shared it making it part of the official archive. it's his second most tweet of all time. cnn responded and released a statement that read it's a sad day when the president of the
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united states encourages violence against reporters. he's involved in juvenile behavior far lowe the dignity of his office. we'll keep doing our jobs. he should start doing his. now despite the president's previous comments including how woe like to punch a protester at a rally the white house deputy press secretary made these comments just on thursday. >> the president in no way form or fashion has ever promoted or encouraged violence of anything, quite the contrary. >> speaking as president trump's surrogate white house homeland securityed a voice junior had this to say. >> my first reaction to that tweet is the same as any of the president's tweets. a lot of cable shows reach hundreds of millions of viewers and not always fair of the president. i'm proud of the president to develop a twitter and social media platform where he can talk directly to the american people. in fact, he's the most genuine president and most nonpolitician
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president that we've seen in my lifetime and he's demonstrated whatever the content of that particular tweet is or any tweet he's demonstrated a genuine ability to communicate to the people. >> i want to ask you is that the kind of communication you want that he's beating up on somebody. he's beating up on the media. you're in charge of homeland security there. that seems like a threat. >> certainly not, though. i think no one would perceive that as a threat. i think he's beaten up on a way on cable platforms he has a right to respond to. >> momentum for the senate republican's health care has stalled. they are pushing for a repeal only option if a replacement plan can't be in place. >> we'll do it simultaneously, it will be just fine. we won't have like a two day period or a two year period where there's nothing. if it will be repealed and it will be replaced.
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>> it will be repealed and replace. it will be a essentially simultaneously. it will be various segments, you understand but most likely be on the same day or same week but probably the same day. could be the same hour. >> but just yesterday white house legislative affairs director said a repeal only drive could gain support of senators who oppose the current replacement plan. >> dean heller voted for it and we say if the replacement part is too difficult for republicans to come together let's go back and take care of first step and repeal. todd young from indiana voted for the bill too. you have 50 members on record having voted for that. that's an option. if you repealed it you can come back with a replacement effort that's more bipartisan. >> joining us now from washington capitol hill reporter for the hill molly hoop per. let's talk a little bit about what president trump has been
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focused on and that's in particular the media. we were talking about what republican officials have, in fact been saying. they called on the president to tone down his rhetoric. my question to you given what we saw this weekend, another round of tweets against cnn how are members of his party reacting to that disturbing tweet? >> reporter: not favorably. this is following a few weeks ago we had a shooting on a baseball field, a practice field in northern virginia targeting members of congress. you know, the whole situation right now going up on capitol hill is one of anger and frustration, and the inability to sort of speak with people civilly. for these type of tweets to come out it really -- you know they've not been received favorably by fellow republicans. >> molly, we got some interesting stats for you. "usa today" took a look at what the president has been
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mentioning on twitter since he was elected last november. they found 73 mentions of fake news, 46 of obamacare, 41 of health care and 41 for taxes but he's not putting a lot of attention to his top policy issues. veterans and vets, they received only nine mentions. border wall has a handful of mentions and nafta just three. what do you think the impact here is along with the messaging and the president's agenda going forward? >> reporter: well, it's easy to beat up on the media. politicians take swipes at us all the time. and, you know, we're about as liked as attorneys and members of congress. so, you know, let's be honest. our rating is not that great. however, when it comes to these other issues, it's tough because the president wants to move a lot of this legislation that's just not happening. he hasn't been able to sign a piece of legislation, a
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signature piece of legislation yet. still working on the health care bill. and, you know, last week during the whole hub bub over the msnbc tweets some say president trump might be doing this as a distraction, distract him away that congress has sent him a bill to sign. so, that's a possibility. but, again, going back to that issue of, you know, when he does send these inflammatory tweets he ticks off people like susan collins, a republican from maine and other moderates who are key votes when it comes to thaerlt bill who are not for it right now but those tweets don't do anything to engender support from them for other legislation. >> thanks for joining us this morning. millions are flocking to the beach through the fourth of july holiday as you can expect but in
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new jersey state parks and beaches are shuttered unless, of course, you're the governor. today marks the third day of a government shutdown with state officials like the dmv and courts closed and tens of thousands of state workers set to be furloughed. the state assembly speaker, a democrat is blocking a vote because he believes it's bad policy. now he's derided the shutdown as the governor's hostage crisis. >> if they sent me a budget today the shutdown would be over. it is the legislature that's choosing not to send either budget. i'm frustrated quite frankly at this point that no one will send me any budget. i'm sitting here waiting for a budget and no one will send me one. i quoted that great american philosopher wimpy from the popeye cartoons, i would be glad to pay you tomorrow for a hamburger tomorrow. if i'm getting a hamburger i'm
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paying for it today. i won't do it sometime of the summer. [ inaudible ] go ahead. >> my question is this -- >> no. no. there no one at the state beach park. no lifeguards. no one to pick up garbage. no one providing any services. next. next. excuse me, next. next. i'm done. we're talking about the closure of government and you're talking about your tmz stuff. >> you saw that. that was in part because the journalist sent a plane over the beach and photographed the governor and his family enjoying the warm weather before the governor held the news conference you just saw. when later told of the photo the governor's spokesman said yes
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the governor was on the beach briefly today talking to his wife and family before heading in to was to. he didn't get any sun. murray added he had a baseball hat on. governor called 0 for a special session that gets under way at 10:00 a.m. today to reach a deal. once the most popular governors in the country he's seen his popularity crater. his approval rating has sunk to 15% and it's the worst approval rate forge any governor in any state by quinnipiac university in more than 20 years. new york city mayor bill de blasio announced he'll reverse course and allow the state to pay for his outstanding legal bills. the mayor revealed he'll get the city to cover $2 million for work done in response to investigations that related direct try to my public service and decision-making in government. de blasio originally rejected the idea of using taxpayer money to cover those costs. he should use his own money to
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avoid the appearance of conflict of interest. the mayor is allowed to use city funds to pay any legal bills related to his government work. he and his aides came under investigation for a number of activities including allegations of pay to play and possible violations of campaign fundraising rules. federal and state prosecutors revealed in march they would not file criminal charges, although they raised questions about the ethics of some of the mayor's actions. let's talk about business. the minimum wage across the country beginning the rise. cnbc joins us live from london with a look at that. we're looking at the start of july. a lot of communities like chicago and los angeles are seeing higher wages. but it's not without controversy. >> reporter: we got los angeles raising its minimum wage to $12 from previously $10.50 for
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companies employing more than 26 employees. minneapolis is joining. city council voted to raise its minimum wage to $15. but you talked about that controversy. there's a new report about the effect of hire minimum wages in seattle which raised its minimum wage to $13 in january 2016. the increase according to that research led to a steep decline in employment for low wage workers and drop in hours for those who kept their jobs. there's a lot of chatter in the tech world this morning about a potential ipo from cloud storage company drop offs. that's george a number of reports which say that the company has been talking to banks about under writing a potential ipo. if it goes ahead that's the biggest floatation for a tech company since snap earlier this year. the stock snap has now fallen below the offer price of $17. last but not least auto sales for the month of june and it's not expected to look that great.
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one of the gloomiest forecasts identify seen looking for a decline of 3.6% to 1.46 million new cars and light trucks despite big discounts that have been given out. that means the industry is heading for a big downturn. back to you. >> thanks for that. still ahead a case of road rage turns deadly in pennsylvania. the reason why prosecutors say one driver opened fire on an 18-year-old girl as they crossed paths on a highway. a lot of questions about the forecast for fourth of july? bill karins will join us with those details and how he may be facing the risk of some severe weather across the country. (burke) at farmers, we've seen almost everything
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couple spots with nasty storms south of the oklahoma/texas border. too many people at risk of severe storms wichita to oklahoma city. big story is kind of quiet and warm. how it should be july 4th week. nothing excessive. no heat advisories. heat is building in the west and very hot. a little bit above average. seasonably warm in many areas of the east. las vegas 106. fourth of july 109. so that's hot. salt lake city up to 100. phoenix 111. only five degrees warmer than it should be. portland and northwest will start getting a little bit warmer. sliding a little bit to the middle of the country chicago, 79. very enjoyable. humidity has been low. beautiful days. chicago wednesday 81, thursday 83. new york 85 for the fourth of july. nearly perfect. very comfortable. atlanta 89 to 90 what expect. anyone traveling on the roads
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today, we mentioned storms in arkansas. ohio valley you could deal with a stray storm and driving here 407b from areas in memphis to raleigh a couple of storms. so enjoy. >> to a sad and disturbing story out of pennsylvania where a man is suspected of shooting a 18-year-old in a fit of road rage. he opened fire because he didn't want the young woman to merge into the lane of traffic in front of him. >> reporter: police told them they found the man who allegedly killed their 18-year-old daughter in a violent act of road rage. >> this appears to be a savage senseless and brutal act from one human being to another. >> reporter: the mystery driver at the snaefrt focenter of a fo
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manhunt. the video shows the moment when his pickup truck merged with her. >> he pulled out a gun and shot bianca in the head killing her instantly. >> reporter: just as police were close to identifying the killer, he was accompanied by his lawyer showed up at the police station to turn himself in. police recovered his red pickup truck and found the gun at his home. he face as slew of charges including first and third degree murder. >> that was her senior graduation party. >> reporter: the family struggling to understand how something like this could happen. >> what's wrong with people's minds today that we flip out like that. >> she wasn't the type of person that would cause a person to want to shoot her. >> reporter: a life they say was stolen just as it was getting started. so far investigators in the case say there's no indication
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that race was a factor in this deadly shooting. still ahead president trump set to head overseas this week to meet with world leaders at the g-20 summit. >> plus a sit down with russian president vladimir putin. a lot of buzz in what the two leaders will discuss in their first face to face meeting this week. it's being in motion. in body, in spirit, in the now. boost® high protein it's intelligent nutrition with 15 grams of protein and 26 vitamins and minerals. for when you need a little extra. boost® the number one high protein complete nutritional drink. be up for it and it's also a story mail aabout people and while we make more e-commerce deliveries to homes than anyone else in the country, we never forget... that your business is our business the united states postal service.
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welcome back. president trump is preparing to head overseas later this week as he prepares to attend the first
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g-20 summit of his presidency. >> all eyes will be on that face to face meeting between him and vladimir putin. national security adviser revealing the sit down between leaders set to take place on friday. joining us from london to talk more about this, matt. obviously a floft cuss will be anthony meeting between president trump and vladimir putin. what are the two expected to talk about? >> reporter: well as you mentioned h.r. mcmaster national security adviser wasn't able to offer any specifics not just on the topics but teen venue. still unclear whether this meeting is an informal on the sidelines of this larger conference or actually have some formal setting where they will sit down and discuss with all trappings of diplomacy. h.r. mcmaster was unable to specific the exact topics that will be broached.
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at the same time there's a lot these two leaders can discuss. ukraine, north korea, international sanctions that involve russia. the united states or the white house was unable to prevent the senate from imposing a fresh round of sanctions on russia and a lot of these issues are sthaustuff that the two leaders agree on. the main issue is syria. recently united states shot down a syrian jet and that prompted months do you say that they would consider any u.s. warplane in western syria to be a viable target. that's a major uptick in rhetoric but it's something we can expect those two try to iron over. at the same time we have to be this isn't the only confrontation that donald trump can expect in hamburg. he could be running into angela merkel who is expected to confront him on environment and tens of thousands of protesters squaring off with police officers in what could be a very violent confrontation right as
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trump visits. >> certainly be waiting to hear. thank you. president trump is stepping into the ongoing dispute between qatar and its gulf and arab neighbors. white house said the president spoke yesterday privately with leaders of saudi arabia, abu dhabi and united arab emirates. the administration said the president talked about stopping radical ideology. following the call saudi arabia and the uae announced early this morning they have extended a deadline for qatar to respond to their list of demands late tomorrow or early wednesday. >> i can't imagine that by setting this deadline it will do any good. stepping away from the relationship with iran, to stop
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funding terrorism. qatar believes they don't fund terrorism. i can't imagine that will do anything. >> qatar officials have been telling us the demands that were made, they are nonstarters, not genuine about terrorism. this is an attempt by those countries to assert their control and sovereign over qatar which will remain independent. when they look at thelis they deny being a supporter of groups like the muslim brotherhood and definitely not going to shut down al jazeera. from their perspective the list that was given them is even a nonstarter for negotiations. so between saudi and u.s. everything is at a standstill. >> we'll see how it plays out. ecology up next more on the fallout over president trump's weekend tweet as he escalates his feud with the media. >> what officials are saying as
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welcome back, everybody. before we talk with "morning joe" here's the stories you'll be hearing about. president trump set to wrap up his long weekend at his golf club in new jersey. later he'll head back to washington, d.c. to celebrate the fourth of july holiday. >> lawmakers in new jersey will try to bring an to end the state's shutdown. governor chris christie called for a special session at the state capital to reach a stalemate that left beaches and government offices closed. spacex will try to launch its rockets in florida today. loaded with communication satellite was supposed to take off yesterday but with seconds to go a computer ordered an automatic abort. that does it for us on this honored morning. "morning joe" starts right now. my first reaction to that
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tweet is the same as any of the president's tweet. lot of cable nice shows that reach into hundreds of thousands of viewers and not always fair to the president. i'm proud of the president to develop a twitter and social media platform where he can talk direct try to the american people. in fact he's the most again you opinion president and most nonpolitician president we've seen in my lifetime. he's demonstrated whatever the contents of that particular tweet is or any tweet he's demonstrated a genuine ability to communicate to the people. >> that's what happens when you're homeland security adviser. your boss tweets this moments before your interview. >> on that note good morning. welcome to "morning joe". monday jul

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