This program is about 1 hour long
(Washington: Dana Bash) Cruz's likability problem examined; details given about why Republicans don't like him. [Representative Peter KING - criticizes Cruz.] [CRUZ - says it could be a two man race; says he does not work for the party bosses; notes he is liked back home.] What the establishment might do if Cruz got the nomination discussed.
(Studio: John Berman) Live interview held with King about Cruz. [KING - blames Cruz for the government shutdown; outlines other problems with Cruz's point of view; explains how Donald Trump is so controversial the field has opened.] Live discussion held with CNN's Amanda Carpenter & Ana Navarro about Cruz & the party. [CARPENTER, NAVARRO - offer views on Cruz & the Republicans.]
(Washington: Jeff Zeleny) The changing relationship between Trump & Clinton examined. [CLINTON - says I did not know him that well when she went to his wedding, but now he defames people; calls Trump ISIS's best recruiter.] [Voice of TRUMP - offers his views on Clinton: she is terrible & a liar.]
(Studio: John Berman) Live discussion held with CNN's Jeffrey Lord & Donna Brazile about Trump, Clinton & women. [LORD - suggests Trump was poking fun at Hillary; defends Trump's appeal to women.] [BRAZILE - talks about the New Hampshire bathroom.]
(Studio: Randi Kaye) The controversy over a Florida sheriff's deputy, Nezar Hamze%, who is a Muslim, examined. [Talk radio host Joyce KAUFMAN@, activist David ROSENTHAL - comment on wanting Hamzi vetted/fired.] [CAIR Florida Legal Course Wilfredo RUIZ@- reacts to the Islamophobic rhetoric.] The video of Hamzi showing how to avoid a mosque gun attack discussed.
(Las Vegas: Stephanie Elam) The new charges against Lakeisha Holloway@, the female driver who intentionally crashed her car into people outside Las Vegas hotels, examined; scenes & Holloway's photo & 2012 video shown; dispatch audio played; details given about her background. [Witness Michal JACKSON@- describes what happened.] Her court appearance discussed.
(Studio: Amara Walker) An attack in Kenya by Al Shabazz% terrorists on a bus; the battle against ISIS in Ramadi, Iraq; the grand jury ruling in the Texas case in which Sandra Bland died in jail after a traffic stop; a Siberian burglar who got stuck in the ceiling.
(Studio: Sanjay Gupta) The epidemic of drug abuse in New England examined by looking at Gloucester, Massachusetts; scenes shown from the coastal town where police offer help, not arrest. [Gloucester police Chief Leonard CAMPANELLO@- comments on the heroin problem & how he decided to deal with it; recounts dealing with heroin addicts as a police officer.] [Recovering heroin user Steve LESNIKOWSKI@- explains coming here for help after he got addicted to pain pills & then heroin.] [Boston University professor David ROSENBLOOM@- says relapsing addicts need help.] The spread of the Gloucester program to other police stations & how Steve is doing in treatment of this dangerous addiction discussed.