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captioning funded by cbs good morning. it is friday, december 2nd, 2016. welcome to "cbs this morning.? president-elect donald trump sk a rally in ohio, while a war of words erupts between clinton and a strategist at a public forum. >> a former nfl player is gunned down what looks like a road rage incident. witnesses describe the violent encounter that left a hometown hero dead in the street. plus only on "cbs this morning," members of the rockefeller family give their first television interviews
exxonmobil. why some of them say the oil giant is morally bankrupt and downplay evidence of climate change. your world in 90 seconds. i've been honest. i said i am going to be putting on the greatest killers you've ever seen. we need that. it's time. >> trump names his secretary of defense. >> mad dog mattis,ut so don't tell anybody. mad dog, he is great. >> a vintage -- >> it was, wasn't it? >> it was vintage trump. >> unscripted classic trump moment. >> classic, stream of consciousness. >> like a classic rock band. >> the death toll is rising in tennessee from a raging wildfire that swept through a great smoky mountain area. >> the reason we are going to be okay is because we are mountain
back joe mcknight was shot to death after a possible road rage fight in louisiana. >> he shot that man! >> government forces are obliterating neighborhoods held by rebels. >> in aleppo, the sound of shelling has not let up. legendary astronaut buzz aldrin is recovering in new zealand after sick at the south pole. >> the first return for tiger woods after 466 days >> all that. >> to tie the game. >> where was that? ten feet high. not even close! >> president obama flips the switch to light the national christmas tree for the last time. >> merry christmas, everybody. >> and all that matters. >> i've been a fan of your shows so long and i never dreamed a day where i would be interviewing chelsea hampton. >> what did you dream about?
conservative outright website breitbart news and its readers responded by calling for a boycott of all kelloggs products. it has now reached cereal. give it a week and we will be talking about whether to deport chef boy arde. announcer: this portion of "cbs this morning" sponsored by toyota. let's go places. morning." charlie rose is on assignment and anthony mason is with us. >> thank you. president-elect donald trump returned to campaign mode in ohio at his first victory rally since winning the lex and mr. trump savored the spotlight as renewed most of his popular campaign promises. he thanked his supporters and mocked hit critics. >> he revealed his choice for defense secretary.
mr. trump toured a carrier plant to keep thousands of jobs going from mexico. major garrett is in ohio. the scene of last night's rally. >> reporter: gool. donald trump's first public event since winning the presidency looked and sounded a lot like a campaign rally, complete with distain for washington elites and mockery of the media and promises of middle class economic revival. the biggest difference is in the rhetoric comes with a clout and expectations of a presidency t >> the bottom line is we want -- we want big. >> reporter: at the first rally of his thank you tour, president-elect donald trump revived campaign enthusiasm and added post-election glee. >> we did have a lot of fun fighting hillary, didn't we? how many times did we hear this? there is no path to -- things
teased. >> don't let it outside of this room, you promise. >> reporter: and eventually revealed his long pentagon pick. >> we are going to appoint mad dog mattis as our secretary of defense. >> reporter: trump's transition team decided on retired general james mattis days ago. he is 66 years old and served more four decades in the corps and led forces in iraq and afghanistan. >> they say he is the closest thing to general george patton that we have and it's about time. it's about time. >> reporter: earlier, mr. trump announced an agreement with carrier to keep open its indianapolis manufacturing plant and preventing roughly 1,000 jobs from moving to mexico. >> they say it's not presidential to call up these massive is leaders of business
>> reporter: the deal grants $7 million of state tax breaks over ten years and includes mr. trump's promise to lower corporate tax rates and reduce regulations. >> companies are not going to leave the u.s. any more without consequences. not going to happen. >> reporter: vice president-elect and indiana golf mike pence provided tax relief to carrier. >> i think it's just the beginning. >> reporter: pence told scott pelley, the cat lacatalyst trump administration. >> we are going to roll our sleeves up and drive a hard bargain. >> reporter: the biggest cabinet vacancy remains secretary of state. and sources tell us that general mattis supports retired army general david petraeus for that position. he is competing against rudy giuliani and mitt romney and tennessee senator bob corker. if petraeus would be selected he would be the third retired general in the trump cabinet or the trump white house.
carrier deal. "wall street journal's" editorial board called it a shakedown that will hurt workers and the economy. "the new york times" said the possible lass appeal outweighs its practical effect. bernie sanders told us the deal sets a dangerous precedent. >> we have to tell corporate america that if they want defense contracts, that if they want to be good corporate citizens, they are not going to throw american workers on the tax breaks. >> president-elect trump said there will be consequences, including high taxes, for companies that leave the country. >> an extraordinary confrontation between trump and clinton campaign strategist shows the bitterness of the election has not faded. the two sides faced off yesterday at a harvard university forum that is held every four years. and usually a respectful look back at the campaign, but the meeting descended into a shouting match, according to the
harvard and now in washington. nancy, tell us all about it. >> reporter: the most contentious moments 90 minutes into the session as the trump aides describing the brilliance of their ceo steve bannon and too much for the clinton campaign and clinton communications director jennifer palmieri started to push back and calling out the white house chief strategist was not at the meeting when she called is harnessing racial undertones to win. you'll hear audio of her and cl then kellyanne conway saying clinton lost because of not connecting to white class voters. >> if providing a platform for white supremists makes me a bit tactician, i'm glad to have lost. >> do you think i ran a campaign where white supremists had a platform?
face and tell me that? >> it did. >> i can tell you're angry but, #, he is your president, how is that? >> #if he is going to be my president then he needs to show me that white supremacy is not acceptable just steps -- >> a million times you know and now you're just lying! >> a couple of hours later at his indiana rally, donald trump denounced the alt-right nationalist movement. at this accused each other of focusing too heavily on their negative campaigns and the clinton folks were particularly sore about the media coverage of clinton's private e-mail server with palmieri saying it will go down as the most grossly overrated and overcovered and most destructive story in all of presidential politics. gayle? >> nancy, thank you. the president-elect senior transition adviser kellyanne conway is on the campus of harvard where the event took
last night! >> reporter: good morning, gayle. it was very spirited. i think the audience learned a lot about the election from the mechanics and messaging point of view and, obviously, some of these feelings are still raw. i think most people are not prepared for donald trump to become the next president of the united states, and you had a group of professionals and later robby mook and i discussing what went on in the hard-fought campaign. >> reporter: we heard you were accused last night of givg platform to white supremacist. do you think that perception still exists and is the campaign concerned about that? >> well, it's not a fact. it's just completely false. and that is why i asked jen palmieri, communications director for hillary clinton, if she would look me in the eye and tell me i ran a campaign that would allow that. >> she had yes, she would. >> well, and that is unfortunate. i took that personally and i know it's not true, gayle.
element of that awful movement. he's never met these people. he doesn't ask for their endorsement. he denounced on-the-record interview with "the new york times" last week. i think some people are stuck in the permanent campaign and ought to realize that donald trump won 306 electoral states and counties that president obama carried are in the donald trump column. it tells you people across the america were attracted to message and his message of growth and job creation and patriotism and better trade deals. what happened just yesterday? that's what presidents do just yesterday. president-elect trump and vice president-elect preence wednesd to indianapolis and announced carrier would keep a thousand jobs in indianapolis that were thought to go to mexico. leaders make good on their promises and keep american jobs in america.
are grateful they are going to still have their jobs. "wall street journal" editorial page, however, this morning calls trump's carrier deal arm twisting of a company. is this a sustainable strategy to boost the economy? >> but that is a false characterization. during those talks which were very genial between the carrier and ceo and trump and vice president-elect trump were talking about how to work together. >> has rudy giuliani been told he is no longer a contender and are you widening the search for secretary of state? >> i won't divulge private conversations that haven't been made public but i will tell you, gayle, that decision has not been made by the president-elect. he will make that ultimate decision as to secretary of state. it's a very important decision, as are off the senior posts and senior staff appointments. a number of qualified men and
president-elect and vice president-elect are gathering the counsel of a number of people and not rushing through such an important decision. >> major garrett is reporting this morning that general mattis who is mr. trump's choice for defense secretary supports petraeus as secretary of state. do you think that will weigh heavily with mr. trump? >> general petraeus was in trump tower to meet with the president-elect and they had an hour long meeting and very productive and constructive meeting and i know the with that meeting with general petraeus and for good reason. it weighs in the decision making fox can see they can work together whether an economic team or national security team or other advisers in the cabinet or elsewhere, norah. we know who makes the ultimate decision here and it's donald trump. but it does matter to him to take the counsel of these people whoever he trusts to be in his cabinet. >> you suggested earlier that donald trump supporters would feel betrayed if mitt romney got
state. do you still feel that they feel that way, some of them? >> what i was reflecting was the just breath-taking backlash that i was seeing and hearing in private communications, so social media and elsewhere, with respect to the possible appointment of mitt romney. and look. i've been on the record as talking about that. mr. trump has said that he gave me permission to talk about that publicly. so i've been doing that. but ultily i would note there are a number of people in contention for that. >> he is still being considered for the post, mitt romney? >> as we have publicly said, there are four people, as of yesterday, who are in contention for secretary of state. that list may expand or the list may narrow. i mow the president-elect will make his choice public in due course. >> we will see if due course is next week. kellyanne conway, thank you for joining us this morning. >> thank you for having me. >> the death toll in the
tennessee is rising. there are now 11 confirmed ke deaths. the woo at least 80 people are injured and a number are still missing and exactly how many is unknown. more than 700 buildings were damaged or destroyed. demarco morgan is in sevierville, tennessee, where they are looking for desperate loved ones. >> reporter: the officials will finally start letting residents back in the city of for the first time since they were forced to evacuate earlier this weekend. many of them will get a chance to check out their homes and structures for a couple of hours. with the concern that they may look like this three-story home here behind me, leveled by wildfire. drone footage shows the widespread damage across gatlinburg. the fire seemed to have a life of its own, destroying some buildings and leaving others unscathed. >> oh, my gosh. >> it's okay on, we are getting
oh, my god. >> reporter: this couple was on their honeymoon when they barely made it out in 0 time. >> when we woke up monday morning, we knew something was off because the view outside of the cabin was really smoky and foggy and an orange color. >> reporter: at a red cross shelter notes of the names of loved ones still unaccounted for cover this message board including members of the reed family. 9-year-old and 12-year-old kids were with their mom the night of the from his wife that the flames were approaching their home. he hasn't heard from them since. >> to have two of our own missing, it's just sdedevastati. we are heartbroken. >> these two are nurses at the schools the missing girls attend. >> we are truly a family and this is hurting all of us. our teachers, our principal, our assistant principal and us. >> reporter: this has to be a tough time for you? >> tough time. >> reporter: the county mayor
the missing have been found safe, the number changes constantly, and they are still working to identify the deceived. >> we have got strong mountain heritage and so we are going to recover from this and we will be back stronger than ever. it's just going to take us a little time. >> reporter: now there are conflicting reports in the local newspaper this morning that many homeowners like this one say they didn't even get a warning. they didn't know to evacuate until they actually saw the flames. but the national pard proper warning before the wildfire began. >> it moved so quickly. demarco, thank you so much. carnival prince cess cruises will pay a $40 million fine for dumping waste into the ocean and la la largest fine in its history. >> reporter: a whistle-blower discovered the elaborate worker system on princess ships three
the ships using a so-called magic pipe to divert oily water and dumping it illegally into the ocean. investigators charge the cruise line had been dumping thousands of gallons of contaminated water at least eight years. >> our open seas are not dumping grounds for waste. >> reporter: the justice department princess polluted the ocean and covering up their actions. >> a campaign of destruction in an effort to hide the deliberate pollution of our seas with oily waste. >> reporter: a mixture of water, oil, and other chemicals below deck, they are required to filter it and store it until they get to port which can be expensive. the d.o.j. says princess cruises what is called a magic pipe connected to a hose to feed the dirty water into a tank that hold water in the ship's sinks and showers and in some places the cruise lines are allowed to dump that water at see. a whistle-blower turned over
ship. investigators say the cruise line used illegal practices on not one but five of their ships over the eight-year period. >> we are very sorry for any harm done to the environment. >> reporter: princess cruise's january schwartz said they are very sorry. >> we have worked very hard to improve and strengthen our operations and learn from our mistakes. we have dramatically changed our shipboard and shore site flee organizations and organizational structure and leadership. we have invested in dollars upgrading our equipment. >> reporter: it's not the first time a cruise line has been hit with big penalties for similar charges. in the late 1990s, royal caribbean paid $27 million in two separate cases and three of the ship's engineers were indicted. the plea agreement requires all princess ships to participate in a court supervised and environmental compliance program. $10 million of the settlement will go toward community service
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grounded the charter airline whose jet crashed monday in colombia. investigators found no traces of fuel in the wreckage. that indicates it ran out of fuel in the air. the crash killed 71 people, including most of a brazilian soccer team. the "los angeles times" looks at unanswered questions in the san bernardino attack. hard to believe but it was one year ago today that a husband and wife opened fire on their coworkers on his coworkers their motive is still not clear. the investigators don't know where the couple went for 18 minutes before killed in a shoot-out and the fbi have not determined if anybody helped the couple or helped in their plans. video on his facebook shows the 20-year-old was driving up to 116 miles an hour on wednesday weaving through traffic in providence, rhode island.
condition. police reportedly plan to bring charges against him. >> the truckdriver, fortunately, is okay. the seattle times reports the ceo of starbucks will step aside in the spring. howard schultz built the company into a global coffee empire. he'll focus on starbucks premium businesses as executive chairman. kevin johnson will take over as ceo. he is the current president and chief operating officer. "usa today" says buzz aldrin is recovering in a new zealand hospital after being evacuated the 86-year-old former astronaut was upbeat even those his trip was cut shareholder. there he is giving a thumb's up sign and he suffered a fluid buildup in his lungs. he was the second man to walk on the moon in 1969. detectives are questioning a louisiana man after he admitted to shooting and killing a former nfl player. joe mcknight died last night in an apparent road rage shooting. he played for the new york jets
the police station where the suspect is being questioned. omar, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. joe mcknight was a local legend here in new orleans. a hometown kid who made it to the nfl. but his story has a tragic ending. here at the sheriff's office, investigators spent the night talking to witnesses after mcknight was killed in a confrontation with another driver who shot him several times and then waited for police to show up. despite this urgent attempt to save his life, joe mcknight died in the middle of a road in jefferson parish, louisiana. >> the shooter in this case who stayed on the scene relending wished his weapon to our officers. >> reporter: witnesses told deputies she saw gasser arguing in the intersection with a 28-year-old athlete. >> there were statements being made that i told you not to mess
inside a nearby car. >> you heard gunfire. three shouts. suspect just standing there with the gun until the police came and they asked him to put the gun down. >> reporter: mcknight grew up in suburban new orleans. when he lost his home to hurricane katrina, he moved in with his high school coach. >> he had a great personality. he always had a smile. he was a little bit of a jokester. >> reporter: in 2006, mcknight earned a football scholarship to usc he best high school running back in the country. >> there goes mcknight down the sideline! >> reporter: he went on to spend three seasons with the new york jets and in 2014 he suited up for the kansas city chiefs. mcknight is the second nfl player to die this year in a road rage incident in the new orleans area. back in april, former new orleans saints defensive end will smith was shot after a minor traffic accident.
and is expected to stand trial next week. mcknight played in the canadian football league this year and hoping to rejoin the nfl. he leaves behind a young son. sheriff investigators tell us mcknight did not have a weapon. anthony? >> omar villafranca, thanks. that is such a sad story. >> two lives destroyed and one no longer with us. 28 years old. i think nothing could happen in the car that could amp you up that way. >> on a california woman has decided not to kill the mountain lion that killed her animals. victoria vaughn-perling found ten of her livestock dead last weekend and given a license to shoot the mountain lion believed to be responsible. the news upset hundreds of people who didn't want the mountain lion to die. vaughn-perling said it was never her intention to kill it. >> it seems like the best solution would be to get it relocated. i think killing it, i don't think will solve anything.
my alpaca. >> reporter: she hopes the mountain lion known as p45 will be caught and placed in captivity. >> glad to hear that. some descendants of john d. rockefeller call exxonmobil morally bankrupt. >> what we would hope from exxon, what they have done these decades of denial and we really hope they become an industry leader. >> ahead, and only on "cbs this morning," why they are calling out one o companies to rockefeller standard oil over climate change. now the corporation is now responding. here is our personal invitation just to you. subscribe to our "cbs this morning" podcast. it's on itunes and apple's podcast app. today we have a conversation with a former hacker turned fbi informant about the future of cyber security and find out his tips on what you can do to protect yourself in this digital world. see? another reason to get the app.
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president barack obama and mr. trump have been talking regularly on the phone. have you heard this? they say they are talking earlier on the phone. as i mentioned earlier this week. this is crazy. we are the only show that has gotten a hold of the audio. i can't believe it! >> hey, what is the deal with the gifts? >> what do you me? you shouldn't be accepting gifts from them. >> i've accepted it. my question is where do you keep them? >> donald, is that you. >> yes. i just dyed my shoe. it dropped. i just looked at a map of a border with mexico. it's really long! there is no way i can build a wall that long! >> that's what i've been saying! >> nicely done, o'brien. i thought the president obama invitation was very good. >> very convincing.
long. it is long. more interesting to that point they have been talking regularly. >> yes. >> really interesting. >> i love the tying the shoe remark. >> followed by heavy breathing. only on "cbs this morning," members of the rockefeller family are giving their first tv interviews about a public falling out with exxonmobil. the energy giant is one of the successors to standard oil. that company's founder was john d. rockefeller. now some of his descendents are criticizing exxonmobil's record don dahler spoke to them why they feel ablytto speak out now >> reporter: they are the third richest family in the u.s. with a fortune of $11 billion. much of that wealth goes through philanthropy. reports that exxonmobil knew
global warming. fountain board of exxonmobil is not answering your calls this is your opportunity what would you say directly to tem? >> if i was talking to the board of exxonmobil, i would say right now their company seems to be morally bankrupt. >> reporter: these fifth generation descendants of john d. rockefeller are speaking out against the company. david kaiser is the former grandson of david rockefeller and valerie rockefeller wayne is the daughter of former na jay rockefeller. >> because of the source of the family wealth is fossil fuels, we feel a enormous responsibility for our children and everyone to move forward. >> reporter: they are doing that by looking back. the charities they run funded investigations that appeared in the "l.a. times" and inside climate news. the report suggests exxon had been at the forefront of climate change research since the late 1970s and knew the burning of fossil fuels would warm the planets and could eventually
downplayed the sentence in a series of newspaper ads and television interviews. >> this is complicated. don't believe statements that say it's clear that things are warming. it's not clear. >> reporter: exxonmobil accuses the rockefellers of conspiring against the corporation. in a phone call with cbs news, a company official described it as a coordinated campaign to vilify the company. a spokesman initially sent us a statement saying the reports activists claiming they are not credible and have been widely discredited. the company later retracted that statement and telling us they don't have a comment. the company has taken the unusual step of publicly criticizing you and the family funds, calling you conspirators. this has gotten personal. >> well, it's really very silly. for something to count as a conspiracy, it can't just have
it also has to be illegal and we haven't done anything illegal. >> reporter: kaiser says large majority of the family supports their efforts, but not everyone is on board. >> you know, these family funds do not speak on behalf of all 200 family members. >> reporter: his cousin arianna rockefeller insists all sides should be working together on solutions for climate change. >> i don't think denouncing a family legacy is the best way to >> reporter: still, kaiser and wayne say it's important to learn what the company has done to clear up the debate over what to do next. >> what we would hope from exxon is that they would admit what they have done, these decades of denial, and continue what they have started in a very small way to do now, which is to look at alternatives and we really hope they become an industry leader. they can set the tone for the industry in doing more, but the truth has to come out.
massachusetts have announced fraud investigations. they are suing the attorneys general of both states and federal courts alleging a conspiracy with what it claims are politically motivated investigators. exxonmobil now acknowledges the risk of climate change and reports spending billions of dollars to find ways to lower greenhouse gas emissions. >> really interesting. >> yeah. ly civilized version of "family feud." >> that is it. the question is whether john d. rockefeller would like it remain private or made public. >> why does exxon think the family is after them? >> that is the billion dollar question. the family in funding these investigations that have been made public has made the issue public, not only that -- about climate change but whether or not they misled the public from the 1970s on about climate change. >> thank you, don.
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hit it. ? it's friday! wake up, everybody, to that music. it is friday, december 2nd, 2016. welcome back to "cbs this morning.? there is more real including scott pelley's interview with house speaker paul ryan. scott is here and how ryan is going to work with president-elect trump after promises he made in the campaign. first, here's a look at today's "eye opener" at 8:00. >> we won in landslide. that was a landslide. >> donald trump's first public event since winning the presidency looked and sounded a lot like a campaign rally. >> i love this stuff. should i go on with this just a little bit longer? the for contentious moments
describing the brilliance of their controversial campaign ceo. >> it was very spirited. i think the audience learned a lot about the election from the mechanics and messaging point of view and, obviously, some of these feelings are still raw. i think most people were not prepared for donald trump to become the next president of the united states. officials are letting residents back into the city of gatlinburg for the first time since they were forced to evacuate. >> joe mcknight was a local legend but his story has a tragic ending. mcknight was killed in a co driver. the ceo of starbucks will step aside in the spring. >> yeah. he is going to become the ceo of the starbucks across the street. because there a lot of them! i'm gayle king with norah
anthony mason who is here. always good to see him present. president-elect donald trump is taking his victory tour on the road holding his first public events since winning the election. he went to indianapolis yesterday to celebrate a deal with heating and cooling giant carrier. he saved hundreds of jobs from moving to mexico. last night, the president-elect went to cincinnati, ohio, for the first rally in what he is calling his thank you tour. mr. trump hit some of his favorite talking points from the campaign and took a shot at his former opponent. fighting hillary, didn't we? there is no way that donald trump can break the blue wall, right? we didn't break it. we shattered that sucker. shattered it. shattered it. man! that poor wall is busted up! that was a landslide.
the press was brutal. >> he also made a surprise cabinet announcement. mr. trump told the crowd he is going to nominate retired marine corps general james mattis for defense secretary. >> i love the generals. i asked one of the generals, i said to him, you're a good general, aren't you? >> yes, i am. >> i said, so how do you compare to general mattis? how do sir, he's better than i am! i loved him. >> mattis who retired from the military in 2013 will need a special waiver to be confirmed. federal law says the pentagon chief must be out of uniform for seven years. sunday on "face the nation," president-elect donald trump's chief of staff reince priebus and john dickerson will interview former defense
gingrich and nancy pelosi. a good lineup. >> it is. >> one of the things about general mattis you saw they praise him last week so an indication might appeal the federal law. >> and general gates sitting here also faced general mattis. >> former trump and campaign aides got into a heated argument. a forum is held every four years at harvard. clinton's e-mail scandal and his answer appeared to be mocked by a trump strategist. >> if you're asking if that is a head wind for us, absolutely. there was this hyperfixation on this one issue for her that was largely driven by the fact that people thought she was going to be successful in the race. >> you call it head winds. i call it self-inflicted wounds. >> the clinton strategist also
supremists. kellyanne conway told us this morning those accusations are completely false. last night, president-elect trump denounced bigotry at his rally. scott pelley spoke with house speaker paul ryan yesterday for "60 minutes." the president and president-elect trump were often at odds during the campaign but the speaker said they have moved on from their public attacks and talk on the phone nearly every day. >> reporter: i called donald truma >> no, i didn't. i said his comment was. >> reporter: i'm not sure there is a great deal of daylight between those two definitions but he definitely called you ineffective and disloyal. have you patched it up? >> yeah, we have. we are fine. we are not looking back. we are looking forward. we actually -- like i said we speak about every day and it's not about looking forward back in the past. that is behind us. we are way beyond that. >> reporter: did you believe he could be nominated? really? >> yeah, no. i didn't see this one coming.
donald trump is a very -- he was a very unconventional candidate. he is going to be an unconventional president. what i like about it in almost of my daily conversations he's a get things done kind of guy. >> reporter: have you told him being president is not being ceo of the united states, that the congress is going to have a say? >> oh, we have talked about that extensively and talked about the article one of the constitution, the separation of powers. he field very strongly actually, under president obama's watch he stripped a lot of power away from the constitution and away from the legislative branch of government and we want to reset the balance of power so that people in the constitution are rightfully restored. >> scott pelley is with us this morning. i'm so looking forward to seeing this whole interview. >> me too. >> one of the most interesting things i learned after this election the past 70 years the
legislate and change things. what is at the top of the agenda they think they can really get done? >> ryan told us the number one bill in the new congress is going to be the repeal of obamacare, the affordable care act. he also said that doesn't mean they are going to come up with their own plan for health care right away. they are going to repeal it. it's going to be sort of symbolic and then it could be months or years before there is a republican plan. i asked him in the interview are you going to pull the rug out from under the 20 americans who currently have coverage under the aca? and ed, oh, no. that is all going to remain in place until we come up with a plan of our own that will provide health care for everyone. >> he is also proposed a huge restructuring of medicare. some call it a small privatization of medicare. does he think they will do that? >> i'm so glad you brought it up because i brought it up in the interview. he is an expert on the budget and considers medicare and those
greatest threats to our country down the road and he said, no, that it is not at the top of their agenda right now. it's something he would like to get to later. but he said they are much more concerned right now about tax reform and immigration and obamacare. >> you also interviewed mike pence. pence and ryan are close. how critical is that relationship and the connection to president-elect trump going to be, do you think, in moving this legislation forward? >> well, that's so inciteful because but you're right. pence is a trusted republican, if you will, a trusted conservative on capitol hill. so when donald trump is out in public saying things that some republicans consider to be unreasonable or outrageous, it is pence who is on capitol hill saying, now here is what we are really going to do. so speaker ryan told me that pence has been in all of the meetings that he's had with donald trump and as president of
states, i think pence is going to be very close to everyone on capitol hill. >> i appreciated his candor with you just in the little bit we saw. when you asked him if he thought trump would win and he said, no, i didn't see that. . you mentioned about tax reform. many people believe that their plan will benefit the rich the most. what did he say about that? >> well, ed that there would be tax cuts for everyone. what they hope to do all of the tax rates down. the corporate tax rate, which is 35% now, they want to bring that town to 20% or 15%. when i asked him about benefiting the french most, he essentially conceded that the rich will get a tax break as well but they want to be seen as providing most of the tax savings to the middle class. >> i'm with norah. i can't wait to see it. how did you get that interview, scott pelley?
>> thank you. you can see more of his interview with house speaker paul ryan sunday night on "60 minutes" here on cbs. >> cdid a psychiatrist pressurea patient to attack her ex-boyfriend in a breakup gone bad? >> i'm peter van sant of "48 hours." this young man claims a new york psychiatrist conditioned him to kill. does a crime scene selfie prove his case?
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a young man claims he was brainwashed by his psychiatrist to kill her ex-boyfriend. the 24-year-old says he was thrust into the middle of a bad breakup. tomorrow on "48 hours" he speaks out for the first time to peter van sant about the bizarre attempted murder. >> reporter: jake nolan admits he walked into a new york city high-rise on december 12th, 2013 with murder on his mind. >> i planned on killing michael wis. >> reporter: dr. michael weiss is a psychiatrist. inside jake's duffel bag, a knife and a large sledge hammer that he used in the attack. and that is just the beginning of this bizarre tale. jake's attorney, roger stavis. >> this is not a who done it. he did what he was accused of
why? i saw jake nolan brainwashed by dr. pamly buckbinder. >> reporter: dr. bookbinder is another psychiatrist and jake's cousin. she and dr. weiss were battling over custody of their son. >> they hated each other. and, in turn, she made me hate him. >> reporter: jake says dr. bookbinder manipulated him to kill by filling his head with horror stories about her ex. >> by the end of this manipulation by dr. bookbinder, jake nolan had become weaponized. >> reporter: this doctor evaluated jake for the defense. he says jake is vulnerable daze he is mentally ill and suffering from bipolar and other disorder. >> he is a mess. he is such a prisoner of his mind, he can't get anywhere in life. >> reporter: and dr. bookbinder knew it because she was treating him. >> she morphed me into whatever
just like a puppet. >> reporter: dr. bookbinder has not been charged with any crime. in court papers, she calls the claims against her utterly baseless and states, i never asked mr. nolan to attack or harm enter weiss. >> if you deny the footage that shows her in the home depot buying a sledge hammer. >> reporter: this surveillance footage shows dr. bookbinder with jake paying for that sledge hammer the night before the attack. and after stabbing dr. weiss and being wounded in the struggle, jake picked up his cell phone, took this bloody selfie, and sent it to her. >> what is going through your mind when you took this picture? >> that i let down pamela. >> wow. this is riveting! >> can't make it up, guys! >> why did jake take the selfie at the crime scene? >> that is a really good question.
interview that he was essentially reporting back to pamela bookbinder to say, what next? what do i do now? he says there was no exit strategy. we know he sent the selfie but we don't know if she received it and she never respond to do that selfie. >> i'm still stuck on your cousin is your psychiatrist. what could go wrong there? honestly? i've never heard anything like that. >> i hadn't either. this was a live-in relationship. >> they were living together? >> they were living together at her apartment. jake claims in the morning she oftees bed. another psychiatrist who was hired by the defense claims this is completely unethical. >> then she bought a sledge hammer the night before on the attack. >> she is on tape buying a sledge hammer buying it but says she has nothing to do with the crime. >> she has not been charged with anything? >> she has know benot been charh any crime and new york police department say it's an ongoing
>> she is still practicing today. >> why did she buy that sledge hammer, peter? >> that is the question we asked her attorneys. >> she needed one around the house. >> you have to watch. >> very good, indeed. >> to find out the answer, gayle. you can see peter's full report "the psychiatrist and the selfie" on "48 hours" tomorrow night on 10:00/9:00 central on cbs. you can see niagara falls in a whole new light. bulbs at the popular tourist attraction has brightened up the view for millions of visitors. pretty stuff. >> very nice. >> you're watching "cbs this
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? welcome back to "cbs this morning.? coming up in this half hour, the first casino to open on the las vegas strip in six years, prepares for a terrorists from china. why the resort is betting on dragons and not entertainers to win over the high rollers from asia. >> two victoria secret angels are in our toyota green room. jasmine tookes and ahead the challenge of modeling a 300 million dollar fantasy vertebra. time to show you some of the morning's headlines from around the globe. "wall street journal" reports that artificial
spot violent posts and fake news stories, but company officials say a policy is needed first to responsibly apply the technology. facebook head of artificial intelligence says the social media giant need to find the line between filtering and censorship. >> "guardian" reports that nestle has found a way to structure sugar differently. it will be able to slash the sugar in some of its chocolate bars by 40%. the fast dissolving sugar have the same taste anddu the new sugar will hit the market in 2018. i hope that means lower in calories today. >> i would hope so. >> yeah. >> i hope so. i want to taste it, fist. the minneapolis star tribune reports the america mall bloomington welcomed first black santa played by larry jefferson and army veteran. the co-owner of the mall said they want santa to be for everyone. he will be there four days by appointment to meet families and pose in the photos.
all weekend. "the new york times" reports on the addition of four elements to the periodic table of elements. here they are. number 113 is nh and then comes mc and then ts and og. they gave this to the person who failed science. a jailbird's mug shot with his pet bird. craig buckner posed with his beloved parrot he did not expect to be taken into custody when he took his bird to his hearing monday morning in oregon. he eventually found somebody to take care of the bird while he is in jail. >> i like his sense of humor. >> chinese airlines today begins the first nonstop flight from beijing to las vegas. tour officials in vegas think they could rake in 33 million dollars a year from that route
chips to making chinese tourists feel at home. >> reporter: lucky dragon hotel and cancsino at the end of the s vegas strip. >> we are trying to create something authentically for our asian guests. i would say ever steady and growing group of customers that come here here. >> reporter: dave jacoby says others on the asian travelers but they are trying to get the middle class which is starting to travel. >> the growing internationl travel market on the planet and we want to be a part of that. >> reporter: the first new casino to open in six years. the hotel is betting new nonstop flights from beijing to las vegas bring a surge in tourism. according to the department of commerce, in 2015. nearly 2.6 million chinese
by 2020 that number is estimated to go to 5 million. while other vegas hotels have lavish theaters facing famous entertainers but at lucky dragon kitchen they make authentic chinese kaw seen that is very authentic. instead of show girls this casino has dr the resort here. >> reporter: plenty of dragons. a symbol of good fortune in chins culture. the chinese bar is eight-sided and a good sign of good fortune. what are the odd your bloody mary would come with a chicken foot? since this is a delicacy in china, may as well take a chance. but instead of cocktails, chinese often prefer tea so the
service. you're from china? >> yes. >> reporter: she now lives in las vegas. >> style, desire and people so nice for us! >> reporter: the department of commerce estimates chinese travelers spend 6,000 to 7,000 per group and ranking them the highest of tourists overseas lucky dragon isn't alone to cash in on the chinese travel boom a malaysian company have plans to build a skacass in las vegas scheduled to open in 2009. while lucky dragon will attract asian visitors but they think other visitors on will find adventure here. >> if they want the chinese food, the chinese food and step out of their comfort zone and have an experience. >> reporter: while much about
asian, one is vegas because the casino is happy to take money from anybody. >> that is fascinating. >> so interesting the chinese are the highest spending tourists. >> have you ever had a chicken foot before? >> no. i'm not sure i will be trying that. >> i'm not freaked out by a chicken wing. i devour those. >> chicken foot? >> less meet on >> i'll pass! we have a pair of angels in our toyota green room. models jasmine tookes and taylor hill. they walked the runway for this year's victoria secret's fashion show and one got to wear the 3 million fantasy bra.
450,000 crystals and the two lovely models join us at the table. >> congratulations. >> we have to start with that fantasy bra. i bought a bra the other day, 79.88 on sale, jasmine. fair enough support. i'm thinking about 3 million dollars, you must have fabulous support when you're wearing a bra that speveexpensive.te >> it was issurreal and i got t walk in the foot steps of other models i grew up loving. >> tell us the process for that, taylor. >> it's the angels wear the fantasy bra and every year, they pick one girl. >> they picked jasmine. >> and she deserves it. she is one of the most hard working girls i've ever met and
>> why is it 3 million? what is on there? >> it's covered in white diamonds and emeralds and white gold. >> do you have to have an armed escort to do this? >> i couldn't step more than two feet away from the security guard. he is going, where are you going? >> it's real diamonds. >> that is fascinating about you, jasmine. you grew up with victoria secret viewing parties because who were you watching saying i want to be like that? i want to do that? this was a dream come true for you. >> it was such a dream c true. i wanted to be tyra banks and i wanted to be all of the super models and, like, i was never the girl that grew up and wanted to be a doctor or teacher when i grew up. it was strictly victoria secret and have parties and my whole bedroom was pink. i'm a crazy victoria secret fan. >> and she was in the show too. >> it was crazy to work with her and never thought i would be in that position. >> taylor, you have to wear huge black wings. >> yeah.
tall and they were -- i'm not really sure. but i think they were the tallest in the show. one of the bigger ones. >> and bottoms there too. skimpy! >> that's why i work out so hard! >> you look great! >> how do you prepare for this show? >> we just, you know, we work out a lot and, you know, eat a lot and then try to be healthy and fit. you know, do what we love can do our best. >> i had a bagel with cream cheese and tomato. you do not eat that? >> yeah. when you work out as hard as we do, you know, it's like athletes. they eat so much because they can. otherwise, you couldn't do this. >> this show was in paris and bigger than it's ever been before and seemed to have extra movement this year. these two used to be together
seemed to have great chemicastr. was it everything you wanted it to be? >> yeah. i think it was one of the most special yet because, you know, it was paris and the number one fashion capital in the world and this is the biggest fashion show in the entire world. over 190 countries watch the show. >> no pressure? >> yeah. no pressure. >> all made sense. >> did you feel pressure? >> i don't feel pressure. dream. it's not a pressure. it's nor like excited nerves. we are like i can't believe we are here and doing this. >> i try to stay really calm back stage but the second we get into lineup and before we get on the runway i freak out. >> in circles like screaming! a scream circle and letting it all out! >> it's always nice when dreams come drew and you're a little girl and see something and you get to do it, that is always nice so congrats to both of you. that is jasmine tookes who wore
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