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[ gunshots sdlthsds -- [ gunshots ] florida targeted by a mass shooter once again. this time it was a football video game tournament. three are dead, including the shooter. and the legendary neil simon has passed away. he leaves behind a list of shows that shaped comedy in the 20th century. i'm dave briggs. >> i'm laura jarrett in for christine romans. a lot of people remembering john mccain. a titan of politics and american hero. he died at his ranch in sedona, arizona. his death coming the day after his family announced he stopped treatment for brain cancer which he had been battling for over a year. >> he served six years as prison or of war in vietnam -- prisoner
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of war in vietnam. he was a giant of the senate and two-time presidential candidate. mccain is survived by his wife cindy and seven children and mother roberta who is 106. there are plan force a full week of memorandum -- plans for a full week of memorials. we get the latest on that from kyung lah in phoenix. >> reporter: dave and laura, senator mccain, such a prominent figure, and arizona's favorite son. services will begin in his home state here. flags at the capitol lowered in remembrance of the senator. it is here where the services will begin. after a private service at the rotunda, he will lie in state for six hours. members of the public will begin to come in and say farewell. on thursday morning, there will be a public memorial service at a local baptist church in phoenix. then the senator departs for washington. on friday, the senator will lie in state at the u.s. capitol rotunda.
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on saturday, a national memorial service at the national cathedral. on sunday, senator mccain will be laid to rest at the naval academy in annapolis. where he began his public service and military life there. that is where he will have his final resting place. dave, laura. >> kyung lah, thank you. emotional tributes coming from john mccain's senate colleagues. his closest friend tweeting america lost one of our greatest champions. i lost one of my dearest friends and mentor. arizona senator jeff flake got choked up speaking on cnn's "state of the union" sunday. >> it's tough. i'm going to miss him. i have admired him my entire life and it's tough to imagine a senate without him.
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it's tough to imagine politics without john mccain. >> indeed. across the aisle, democratic leader chuck schumer is introducing a resolution to rename the russell office building after mccain. >> you don't meet many great men through life. john mccain was one of them. and i would like decades from now little children to ask their parents who was john mccain and they will explain his sacrifice and patriotism and fidelity. to do the right thing as he saw it and when he did the wrong thing, to change. >> former vice president biden honoring mccain with these words. john mccain's life is proof that some truths are timeless. character, courage and integrity and honor. a life lived with those truths cast a long, long shadow. john mccain will cast a long shadow. his impact on america has not ended. not even close.
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it will go on for many years to come. >> we are told the white house drafted a statement for president trump praising mccain, but it was never sent out. several staff members which believed the memo went through an internal approval process would be released at the time of his death. trump went against the advice of aides like john kelly and press secretary sarah sanders. he instead posted a brief tweet. no praise for him at all or mention of his military service. the instagram post had a photo of the president instead of the senator. mccain was one of the administration's most vocal republican critics. >> others in the white house were gracious. ivanka trump and secretary of state mike pompeo calling mccain a patriot. among the flood of tributes, president trump's twitter page was silent except for the russia
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investigation and the boastfulness of the economy. former president obama released a statement. saying few of us have been tested the way john once was or required to show the kind of courage he did. all of us can aspire to the courage to put the greater good above our own. at john's best, he showed us what that means and for all that, we are all in his debt. presidents obama and george w. bush will deliver eulogies at the national cathedral. as for who will replace john mccain in the senate, that is up to the governor doug ducey. ducey will not name a successor until after mccain is laid to rest. the winner will hold the seat for the remaining two years in 2022. ducey refused to talk about who would succeed mccain. except to say he would not appoint himself. john mccain left us with no shortage of moments.
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his final lasting image on the senate floor turning thumb's down on the republican effort to repeal obamacare. last july, he delivered a vote at 1:30 a.m. bucking his own party. in the morning and days after brain surgery. days before that vote with a scar above his left eye from surgery, senator mccain delivered a speech imploring colleagues to do the people's work. >> stop listening to the bombastic loud mouths on the radio and television and internet. to hell with them. let's trust each other. let's return to regular order. we have been spinning our wheels on too many issues because we keep trying to find a way to win without help from across the aisle. we are getting nothing done, my friends. we are getting nothing done! >> then there's this moment back in 2008 during the presidential campaign. john mccain showed character and previewed the divisive climate
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of the last decade. >> i can't trust obama. i have read about him and he is not -- he's a -- he's an arab. he's not. >> no, ma'am. no, ma'am. he's a decent family man and citizen that i just happened to have disagreements with on fundamental issues. that's what this campaign is all about. he's not. thank you. >> no, ma'am. we'll give mccain the last word. here he is in his memoir released this year. >> i hope those who mourn my passing and even those who don't will celebrate as i celebrate a happy life lived an imperfect service to a country full of ideals whose continued successes for the world. i wish all of you greater ventures, good company and lives as lucky as mine.
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>> for you that have time, take a few moments to watch "for whom the bell tolls" and you will see john mccain embracing his mistakes. especially the keating 5 savings and loan scandal. then he embraces his add v-- a d add -- adverasarial relationshi with the media. >> he always respected the questions. >> he tangled with reporters and anchors, but they always had great things to say about him. we will miss john mccain. two people are dead and 11 others are injured in the latest mass shooting to rock the
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nation. this time it happened in the video game tournament in jacksonville, florida. police say the suspect brought a gun to the venue where the ma madden '19 tournament has happened. the victims are eli rclayton an taylor robertson. this is the latest mass shooting in florida over the last few years. following the pulse nightclub and parkland school massacres. more now from polo sandoval. >> reporter: dave and laura, police in jacksonville confirming the suspect behind the latest mass shooting is a 24-year-old man from baltimore. yesterday, he was identified as david katz. among the three people who are dead at the scene. he opened fire at the video game tournament. police say he was a participant in the tournament. he used a handgun in the shooting. the atf processing the weapon. investigators say katz shot and killed two people at the
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restaurant. nine others were also reportedly shot. this morning they are recovering. police asking the community for video that may have been shot at the scene. they already have the seconds of footage circulated around the internet showing the moments before the shots rang out. >> this will be hard. >> it is not a tough out. excuse me. not an easy out. [ gunshots ] >> he shot me. >> what did he shoot me with? >> reporter: investigators now conducting the search of the suspect's home and vehicle and also believe he may have stayed at a hotel saturday night. they believe any evidence they could find there could provide clues as they try to piece together a motive. dave and laura. >> polo, thank you. a former vatican official says the pope should resign over
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the missouri attorney general says this week his office will investigate allegations of sexual abuse of clergy in the st. louis area. missouri is the first state to publicly do so since the pennsylvania grand jury report of decades of abuse and cover-ups. >> now a former vatican official calling for pope francis to resign. claiming he told him in 2013 about abuse allegations against an american cardinal. and he failed to act. that cardinal is theodore mccarrick resigned over the decades old abuse allegations. we have dianne gallagher live with more. >> reporter: the items were published by the pope's former enjoy to the united states and
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re -- envoy to the united states. on the papal plane, the pope addressed the allegations. he told journalists this. i will not say a single word on this. i read the statement this morning. i must tell you sincerely, read the statement carefully and make your own judgment. the pope added he will not speak about it now, but he may some time in the future. this came as the pope wrapped up what was a somber visit to ireland where he apologized again for the church's role in sex abuse. he asked for forgiveness. he met with survivors of clergy sex abuse and met with ireland's mother and baby homes. what we heard time and time again in ireland is that people want action, not words. they want full transparency from the vatican and it is likely that the pope and the vatican will have to be more forthcoming on this issue in the future.
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laura. >> more to come on that certainly. playwright and screen writer neil simon has died from complications of pneumonia. he was a master of comedy with "the odd couple" and "barefoot in the park" and "brighton beach memoirs." >> he received 16 tony mom nations and win -- tony nominations and winning six times. he won for "lost in yonkers" and won the mark twain prize. neil simon was 91. the boys from honolulu. world beaters. coy wire with the joy of the little league world series in the bleacher report next. what does help for heart failure look like? ♪ the beat goes on. it looks like emily cooking dinner for ten. ♪ the beat goes on. it looks like jonathan on a date with his wife. ♪ la-di-la-di. entresto is a heart failure medicine
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tributes pouring in for late senator john mccain and pouring in from the sports world today. >> coy wire has more in the bleacher report. >> good morning, dave and laura. john mccain was a huge sports fan. i remember running into his in phoenix. all he wanted to do was talk ball. he loved teams from the home state of arizona. both teams last night honored his memory. >> at this time, please stand and join in the moment of silence in memory of senator mccain and his tireless service to our country. >> cardinals wide receiver larry fitzgerald was friends with mccain. he penned a letter which was
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published in "sports illustrated." he called him his mentor and talked about his admiration. john mccain was a regular at diamondbacks games. the team mourned the loss of the famous fan by hanging a jersey in the dugout with mccain's name and number 18. let's move on. say aloha to the little league world series champs. mana lau kong hit the first pitch out of the park. he is 12 years old and 6'1". they beat south korea 3-0. the islands hit by hurricane lane over the weekend getting great news for a state that could use some. university of south carolina started replacing the football field this weekend after a
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beehive destroyed it. queen bey. rocking the concert last weekend. the field was torn up. promoters paid $150,000 to replace the turf. i hope it will be pitch perfect against coastal carolina on saturday. having played six years in buffalo, i know bills fans are the nicest fans on the planet. they gave the opposing team's quarterback a standing ovation before the game. listen. >> unbelievable scene as andy dalton with a standing ovation. >> a warm welcome for bengals star andy dalton before facing the bills. dalton threw a last minute touchdown against the ravens last year. that sent buffalo to the playoffs for the first time since 1999. to date, they donated $250,000 to dalton's foundation.
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dalton and his wife, jordan, they yesterday, made a donation back to roswell park cancer center in buffalo. it is this team versus that team. it is all love here. >> that is great. coy, do you like the little league world series changes? a different game. do you like it before when all of the balls were flying out of the park? >> i like the ding. i like the home runs. >> me, too. >> still plenty of drama. >> hawaii allowing three runs the entire tournament. thank you. ahead, senator mccain. hero, maverick and who can forget guest star in "the wedding crashers." john mccain leaves behind a gaping hole. here is how mccain said he wanted to be remembered. >> he served his country and not always right. made a lot of mistakes. made a lot of errors.
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♪ it's tough to imagine the senate without him. it's tough to imagine politics without john mccain. >> reality setting in for emotional colleagues of john
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mccain. a week of tributes now set for the legendary senator. not an easy out. [ gunshots ] >> florida targeted by a mass shooter once again. this time it was a football video game tournament. and the legendary neil simon has passed away. he leaves behind a list of shows that shaped comedy in the 20th century. i'm laura jarrett in for christine romans. >> i'm dave briggs. it is 5:31 eastern time on monday. we remember john mccain this morning. here is how he would want you to remember him from his own memoir. >> i hope those who mourn my passing and even those who don't will celebrate as i celebrate a happy life lived an imperfect
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service to a country made of ideals, whose continued successes is the hope of the world and i wish all of you great adventures. >> he considered himself lucky. we will remember him in a moment with julian zelizer. we remember john mccain. the arizona senator died this weekend at his ranch in sedona, arizona. he was 81. his death coming a day after his family announced he stopped brain cancer treatment which he had been battling for over a year. >> he served as a naval bomber pilot and spent six years in vietnam as a prisoner of war. he was a giant of the senate and
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two-time presidential candidate. mccain is survived by cindy and seven children and his mother roberta who is 106 years old. plans for a full week of memori memorials. we get more from kyung lah in phoenix. >> reporter: dave and laura, senator mccain, such a prominent figure, and arizona's favorite son. services will begin in his home state here. flags at the capitol lowered in remembrance of the senator. it is here where the services will begin. after a private service at the rotunda, he will lie in state for six hours. members of the public will begin to come in and say farewell. on thursday morning, there will be a public memorial service at a local baptist church in phoenix. then the senator departs for washington. on friday, the senator will lie in state at the u.s. capitol rotunda. on saturday, a national memorial service at the national cathedral.
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on sunday, senator mccain will be laid to rest at the u.s. naval academy in annapolis. where he began his public service and military life there. that is where he will have his final resting place. dave, laura. >> kyung lah, thank you. let's bring in the reporter of politico playbook and julian zeltzer. julian, if you were teaching a course about john mccain, what would you want the students to know about this hero? >> he devoted his life to public service. whether it was military or in congress. he committed himself to the role of the government as a representative and senator. that is most important. secondly, he was part of the
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reagan revolution. some ways, that is as important as his record as a maverick. >> daniel. >> i think how he put principle instead of party forward. when he fell short, he confessed to it and admitted to it. there are a lot of congress members who don't operate with the same principles as john mccain. they don't have principles or those that do, they are willing to throw out the window in terms of political convenience. he has a lot of lessons he can teach every politician in america. >> daniel, you talk about principles over party. take it back to 2008. he is at a rally. i want to play sound from a woman who had some words to say about then presidential candidate barack obama. >> i can't trust obama. i have read about him and he is not -- he's not -- he's an arab.
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he's -- >> no, ma'am. no, ma'am. he's a decent family man and citizen that i just happen to have disagreements with on fundamental issues. that's what this campaign is all about. he's not. thank you. >> you know, you look at that clip and he doesn't even hesitate. he doesn't make one move in the other direction. daniel, he just does the right thing there. what do you make of that? >> it is hard to imagine that happening at the trump rally. they don't have town halls for president trump. it is hard to see how trump would respond in that scenario. that is a sad tale for our country. i think a lot of politicians haven't served in the military. you look at nancy pelosi and chuck schumer and mitch mcconnell and paul ryan. all leaders who served the country in politics, but they
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don't have the moral core of having fought for the country. >> contrast that town hall moment to today with the birther movement. julian, you write john mccain opened the door that reorganized the republican campaign. >> that 2008 clip you showed came in context of his selecting sarah palin instead of lieberman as his running mate. opened the door to now the trump politics. he was there as the tea party took form. he was part of that establishment. another party of his legacy is -- another part of his legacy. he often did vote for supreme court pick and tax cut. that is a complexity that senator mccain would want disgust. he would not want us to soft
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pedal his career. he spoke about his imperfect legacy. that is part of his story. the relationship between the gop and its fringe elements that came together under president trump. >> you know, his legacy is obviously unmatched, daniel. the president had very little to say about it. in fact, he didn't say anything at all other than sympathy and respect. then he posed an instagram of himself. meanwhile all of the other statesmen, people from around the world, diplomats and other party leaders and other countries have deepest condolences. i know everything we say doesn't shock us anymore, daniel. this was pretty shocking. >> "the washington post" reported last night how white house staff for donald trump proposed putting out a
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statement. a news release calling mccain a hero after he passed away. trump nixed it. he wanted to go with a tweet instead. that shocked me. ordinarily when a notable american dies, the white house issues a statement. john mccain was an extraordinary person and trump just couldn't get over the fact that he battled and locked horns with mccain even to provide sympathy for mccain's last moments. remember that aide kelly sadler, she said he is dying anyway. the white house did not apologize for that statement either. >> yeah. >> julian. >> it is petty politics. i think these little moments when the whole world is praising and mourning and thinking about someone who did devote his life and body to the united states to do something like this and those moments tell us a lot about the
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trump presidency. >> not just the democrats who stepped up. merkel and trudeau. macron. the list goes on and on. let's talk about what is next. julian, who carries his legacy? you look at bob corker is out. jeff flake is out. paul ryan is out. they are leaving. perhaps nikki haley or ben sasse? >> the senate is divided deeply. he is final voice of that generation. he understood that as well. i'm not sure. maybe susan collins at this point is the last standing person who embodies those ideals. that is not where the senate is going today. we should be clear about that. >> yeah. daniel, last word?
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we have a primary tomorrow. >> yeah. doug ducey, the arizona governor, will pick someone after the week of memorial services and funeral for mccain. it is hard to imagine someone who will stand up against donald trump when needed. you know, those former congress members like matt salmon that ducey is considering, they don't exactly think of them as mccain loyalists who will replace him. no one can replace john mccain. let's be realistic about that. >> and given kelly ward, you can argue he is on the ballot tuesday. she said his statement from the family that they stopped treatment was designed to hurt her. just about ten days ago, she said that john mccain was complicit in the killing of mollie tibbetts. you wonder if the arizona voters have john mccain on their minds
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stay with their families until their 40's. 5:46 eastern time. two people dead and 11 injured in the latest mass shooting to rock the nation. at a video gaming tournament in jacksonville, florida. the suspect brought a gun to the venue and opened fire. the shooter then killed himself. the victims identified as eli clayton and taylor robertson. more from cnn's polo sandoval.
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>> reporter: the suspect behind the nation's latest mass shooting is 24-year-old man from baltimore, maryland. he was identified as david katz. he is among the three people dead at the scene. he opened fire at the restaurant. police believe katz was the participant in the tournament. he used a handgun in the shooting. atf processing the weapon. investigators say katz shot and killed two people at the restaurant. nine others were also reportedly shot. this morning they are recovering from injuries. police asking the community for video that may have been shot at the scene. they already have the seconds of footage which circulated on the internet showing the moments before the shots rang out. >> this will be hard. >> this is not a tough out. excuse me. not an easy out. [ gunshots ] >> oh.
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>> he shot me. >> [ bleep ] what did he shoot me with? >> reporter: investigators now conducting the search of the suspect's home and vehicle and also believe he may have stayed at a hotel saturday night. they believe any evidence they could find there could provide crucial clues as they try to piece together a motive. dave and laura. >> polo, thank you. "new day" is about ten minutes away. alisyn camerota joins us. alisyn, you were on that straight talk express with john mccain. you covered your share of political campaigns. what do you remember about him this morning? >> oh, my gosh. i remember so much. he was a reporter's dream because he was a maverick and spoke off the cuff. because he was funny. reporters loved to cover him. okay t being on the straight talk
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express was fun. we were in new hampshire. i got to spend his 63rd birthday with him. he chose me to sit at his table with him that night. that was a delight and so fun to be with lindsey graham. they were close friends. and john mccain. it was just really memorable to spend time and watch him over and over in new hampshire and how he worked the crowds and retail politics. today, on "new day" we have friends coming on to share memories of john mccain. we also will dive into what this feud is with donald trump. what is it about? we have a white house insider coming on to tell us the back story of why president trump felt so negatively toward john mccain. >> mark short, who worked with the president, he will have interesting insight. it is unfortunate, alisyn. too bad the president could not
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rise above. has to be small and petty at the time the nation needed him to say something good about the american hero. >> how unusual it is for an american president not to acknowledge an american war hero. >> when you have world leaders around. we can list more than a dozen who stepped up with wonderful and warm sentiments about john mccain. ali, we will see you in a bit. missouri attorney general says his office will investigate allegations of sexual abuse by clergy in the st. louis area. missouri will be the first state to publicly do so since the pennsylvania grand jury documented cover-ups. now a former vatican official calling for pope francis to resign. claiming he told him in 2013 about abuse allegations against an american cardinal. theodore mccarrick resigned over decades old abuse allegations. we have dianne gallagher live with more.
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>> reporter: laura, the allegations published on sunday in the 11-page statement from the pope's former envoy to washington, d.c. pope was asked about them coming back from ireland on the papal plane last night. the pope said i will not say a single word on this. i read the statement this morning and i must tell you sincerely, read the statement carefully and make your own judgment. the pope said he will not speak now, but may some time in the future. this came as the pope wrapped up the two-day trip to ireland. it is a different trip from pope john paul ii saw. pope francis apologized for abuses from the catholic church and cover-up. he met with survivors and met with mothers and babies from the
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the past few weeks and mexico's economy minister told reporters both sides are close to revolving issues. bloomberg reports breakthroughs on energy and auto. that has been a focus of nafta renegotiation with u.s. and canada who have been working on it for more than a year. president trump says the deal costs hundreds of thousands of jobs in america. trump tweeting that our relationship with mexico is getting closer by the hour. adding a big trade agreement with mexico could happen soon. one country missing from the most recent round of talks is canada. canada will rejoin once mexico and u.s. real a bilateral deal. playwright and screen writer neil simon died. he died from complications of pneumonia. his laugh filled hits "odd couple" and "barefoot in the park" and "brighton beach
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memoirs." he wrote 30 plays over six decades. he received 16 tony nominations winning best play three times. he won the pulitzer prize for "lost in yonkers" and won mark twain prize for humor. he was the only living person ever to have a broadway theater named for him. neil simon was 991 years old. hawaii defeating south korea 3-0 for the little league world series. hawaii's mana lau kong with the home run off the first pitch which gave hawaii the lead. complete game shutout. kaolu holt tossed the shutout. all of the three wins coming in the last 13 years for hawaii. they allowed three runs in the
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entire tournament. congratulations to the boys from hawaii this morning. >> i love the sheer joy on their faces. >> i barely missed a game of the tournament. that was one of the few misses there for hawaii in the tournament. missed the coach with the water. a great tournament in our sports today. thanks for joining us. i'm laura jarrett. >> i'm dave briggs. "new it is tough to imagine the senate without him. >> he went every play, places no one else would go to stand up for america. >> if you were his friend, he would stand up for you, he didn't like the personal attacks. >> the one draft statement -- >> i'm very happy with what i have been able to do.

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