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captioning funded by cbs it's friday, january 12th, 2018. this is the "cbs morning news." no deal. president trump rejects a bipartisan immigration proposal, but it was his vulgar racially charged quote about haiti, el salvador, and african countries that has lawmakers on both sides of the aisle sounding off. rain in the country and putting friends first. the change facebook is making to your news fooed.
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. 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. president trump rejected an immigration reform deal reached by a bipartisan group of senators using vulgar and racially charged language. the president targeted people from haiti, el salvador, and africa. hena doba is here in new york with the details. hena, good morning. >> good morning, anne-marie. president trump's dismissal of haiti with that vulgar expression has create anger from both sides of the aisle and around the world. the president suggested instead the u.s. should allow more entrants from countries like norway. after coming under fire for some racially charged comments he reportedly made
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immigrants, writing in part it's my duty to protect the lives and safety of all americans. we must build a great wall. the president's comment came on a meeting. he used an expletive to refer to afri africa, haiti, annals el salvador, saying, quote, why are we having all these blank countries coming here. his prime minister he met with on wednesday. they condemned mr. trump's remarks. >> the statements of the president are reprehensible, racist. >> several lawmakers took to twitter. senator orrin hatch wrote in part i look forward to getting a more detailed explanation regarding the president's comments. >> we have in the white house someone who could lead the ku klux klan. >> the haitian government has some
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there to explain the president's comments. a spokesperson released a statement saying in part, quote, certain washington politicians chose to fight for foreign countries but president trump will always fight for the american people. anne-marie. >> hena doba here in new york. thank you so much, hena. in a tweet late last night the president explained why he'll cancel a trip to london next month. the reason why i canceled, i'm not bag fan of president obama having sold for peanuts only to build a new one. bad deal. wanted me to cut ribbon. no. ahead on "cbs this morning," cbs news political contributor bob schieffer reflects on the trump administration's first year and what that means for the upcoming mid-term elections.
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senate. they renewed the intelligence and surveillance act yesterday seeming to indicate he had turned against the program. he has since said he will sign the renewal. the law focuses on foreign agents but americans, e-mails, phone calls and other communications get caught up in the process. now to the weather and a dramatic temperature shift following more snow, heavy rain, and possible flooding in the northeast. in new england authorities are hoping to avoid major flooding by clearing snow left over from last week's storm. chief meteorologist eric fisher of our boston station wbz has more on the storm's path. >> today we track a very messy storm system. we have winter weather advisories out not just for snow and rain. we're talking temperatures. here tees time line. heavy rain across the east
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bring the mix of snow and ice. it will track through new england and the state overnight and exit on saturday. in terms of the heaviest snowfall, we could see up to a foot in western new york and that will be a peek. for record highs across much of the east coast as we look toward friday afternoon to a 40-degree drop. look how quickly this moves off toward the east. as we head into friday evening, teens in detroit, 20s in cincinnati. you see it melting away. we wake up on saturday. sub freezing air and a flash freeze, which is likely going to be the biggest threat for all of these communities as the cold moves back in. i'm meteorologist eric fisher for cbs news. well another sunny day is in the forecast for southern california where flood-driven mudslides have already killed 17 people and the search for more than 40 others continues, but more than three days after the fact, hope is
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warnings were issued days in advance, but santa barbara authorities waited just ten minutes before alerting an emergency cell phone alert. >> we would have evacuated. everybody in my neighborhood would have. we all are families. we have kids. if that was dictated to us, we would have followed the rules. >> officials say they waited because they feared it might not be taken seriously. the governor of missouri is in a fight for his political life this morning. eric greitens admits to having an extramarital affair but he denies allegations that he threatened the womt he was involved with. bianna golodryga has details. >> i'm a navy s.e.a.l. and i'll take dead aim at politics as usual. >> reporter: he campaigned as an outsider, family man. >> most importantly, i'm a proud husband and father.
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greitens democrat turned republican appealed to voters with brains and brawn. audio recordings obtained by our st. louis afull yat kmov which cbs has not independently verified appears to show an unnamed woman, the governor's hairdresser. >> i'll make you feel better. i'll make you feel good. come downstairs and i want to show you how to do a proper pullup. he tapes my hands to these rings and then put a blindfold on me. >> but it was the alleged blackmail threat that she said scared her.
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to mention my name. >> while acknowledging the affair, the show me state governor denies all other accusations saying show me the proof. we have not been provided the tape or the transcript and know nothing about the circumstances of how or why it was made. in a separate statement, first lady sheena greitens who has apparently forgiven her husband said we have an awesome marriage and family and anything beyond that is between us and god. as for the hairdresser, she nas not responded publicly. and she was not aware at the time that her ex-husband was recording her confession. bianna golodryga cbs news, new york. coming up on the "morning new news", left out in the cold. which hospital was caught on video patient dumping. and a message for dr. mom. why you should avoid giving certug
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community engagement activities as a condition for medicaid eligibility. there are some exceptions such as pregnant women, elderly, primary caretakers of children and students. a medical center apologized for discharging a patient onto a hospital street only in a hospital gown and socks. a facebook post shows an orderly leashing the disoriented woman at a bus stop. he called it an isolated incident. >> we feel comfortable in the statement, what you saw in that video is not a process that would occur with any frequency at all. >> the woman's mother called the video horrifying. she said her daughter is with family and receiving care at a different facility. times says renowned conductor charles
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rape. the women who accused him of assaulting them starting in the '70s say they were compelled to speak out after ore women came forward with stories. he denies the allegations. financial times reports ecuador granted wikileaks founder julian assange citizenship. he's been living in ecuador's embassy in london since 2012. he took refuge there to avoid sweden and an extradition. the "washington post" reports the fda issued a warning against giving kids cough and cold medicine. serious side effects include breathing difficulties and even death. it is requiring drugmakers to change the wording on labels to make sure children younger than 18 should not use the products. the fda
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manufacturers add new safety warnings for adults. and "usa today" says james franco was a no-show at last night's critics' choice ayards. he won but he wasn't there to accept the award. it follows claims by five women who accuse him of sexual misconduct. franco told cbs's stephen colbert that the stories are not accurate but he prides himself for taking responsibility for the things he's done. still ahead, engaging facebook. the changes you will find on your news feed as the social media website aims for more meaningful interactions. plaque . ...isn't it time to let the real you shine through? maybe it's time for otezla (apremilast). otezla is not an injection or a cream. it's a pill that treats plaque psoriasis differently. with otezla, 75% clearer skin is achievable after just 4 months,...
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you may start seeing more money in your paycheck next month. they published in income with holding tax to conform with the new overhaul measure. treasury secretary steven mnuchin says that should mean more take-home pay for about 90% of american workers. wall martd, the world's largest retailer said it is closing 63 of its sams clubs in the next few weeks. that could put about 10,000 people out of work. sams claims it's in order to better align stores. walmart said it was raising salaries and handing out bonuses. and facebook is changing the way it filters posts and videos on its news feed. it will now prioritize what friends and families share and will reduce the content from republicans and brands. he wants people
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here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. robots do all sorts of things these days and now there's one that teaches ping-pong. the japase
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its robot at the consumer electronic show in las vegas. the robot can read the ball's movements and use the artificial intelligence and facial recognition to predict its opponent's next move. and urgent warning now from ford and the national highway traffic safety administration. it has to do with small ranger pickup trucks equipped with takata airbags. kris van cleave has the story. >> reporter: ford is now telling owners of the small trucks to stop driving the trucks immediately. an exploding airbag killed a ranger driver in july. the 52-year-old south carolina man was killed in 2016 when he struck a cow in the middle of the road. his airbagep
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of shrapnel flew out of it and into his neck. they want all rangers not to be driven until repairs are made. the company said in a statement we take this matter very seriously and have advising owners of the specific 2006 ford rangers to stop driving their vehicles so dealers can make repairs immediately. >> how critical is this recall that people pay attention to and get fixed? >> this is a critical safety recall. some of these airbags have exploded and killed and maimed people throughout the u.s. and so we want to get these takata airbags off the roads. >> ford said it will be notifying owners by mail, phone, and text. they have now recalled more than 42 million cars with takata airbags and the inflaters are linked to 21 deaths worldwide. >> well, coming up on "cbs this morning," britain's qen
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>> this morning outrage in the district and across the country after mr. president making controversial comments about immigration. >> the temperatures are on the rise. don't get too comfortable though because we are in for a wet day and some more cold air. mary marshall is tracking the path of the train. tell people when it's going to stop, mary. >> it won't stop until tomorrow morning. some warm air making its way in. cold air is on the back end around st. louis and cincinnati. that's going to push in tomorrow. do not get accustom. we have a yellow weather alert because there's rain out there. most of it is light to moderate but heavy downpours will be possible. let's go into a few neighborhoods. if you're around georgetown you're getting a little bit of a break. you will find some rain around reagan national at this hour. a little bit further south and there's rain around the national harbor and further out w
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fairfax, mcclain and around silver springs and college park. it is mild and muggy out there. 61 degrees across most of the area. 59 in rockville. that's one of the cooler spots l continue to see the 60s throughout the day. if you're leaving in the next hour expect rain. there will be some showers by lunchtime and even as you drive home. we will keep that yellow weather alert. it will be breezy and some thunderstorms as well. highs today 65 to 70 degrees. in january. heavy downpours are possible. ellen. >> i wore my thick coat and jan was like what are you doing. if you are heading out there i'm seeing rain on the roads and we have a closure on route 28. look at the delays in both directions by edison park drive and route 124. i've been looking at those traffic lane cameras because it's going to be a wet commute. on the topside
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beltway by connecticut avenue things look good. not many cars out there. lawmakers and civil rights organizations want the president to explain what he meant about immigrants. >> it came after an oval office meeting with lawmakers trying to forge an immigration deal. the white house didn't deny the president's words but framed the language in reference to the president fighting for the american people. julian assange is now a citizen of ecuador. he would be arrested in britain for jumping bail and facing possible extradiction to the u.s. hope is dwindling in the search for survivors in the california mud slide. 17 are dead and many more are unaccounted for. many beaches in santa barbara county are closed because of contamination from the flood water. that's a
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the news at 4:30 starts right now. good friday morning. thank you for joining us. i'm jan jeffcoat. we made it. what a wonderful day when you w. >> and it's friday too. good morning, everybody. i'm ly ly warm today. let's check in now with mary marshall to see when the cold is going to make its way back into the forecast. >> good morning, larry. that's a good question. we aree cold returning as early as later on tonight and definitely by tomorrow morning. a cold front is on the way but a nice warm up ahead of it along with rain. most of our viewing area is getting light to moderate rain at this time. it's going to stick around even driving home. around georgetown getting a light break but rain is on the way. we see the rain around national's park and the pentagon. further south around alexandria some showers for you and around national harbor there's rain there. further out
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west around sterling light rain there pushing over to the east. so silver spring and college park you will be getting that rain. the low 60s is what we are waking up to. expect the highs 65 to 70. at 7:00 a.m. still some rain around the area, light to moderate. we advance to the lunchtime hours and it's still going to be wet. by 5:00 and 6:00 we are still dealing with some rain. this model is showing it scattered. we could see that fill in more. some isolated thunderstorms possible. winds will be on the breezy side. just kind of a nasty way to start the weekend. high temperature range 65 to 70. that yellow weather alert stays with us throughout the day because of the wet roads and the breezy winds and the isolated thunderstorms. to my drivers, to and from work dealing with rain. >> that's right. >> luckily traffic is u


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