CNN's John Berman and Michaela Pereira host a discussion about the battle over confederate license plates in Georgia.
Here's a rundown of the top stories from today's show:
By John Berman
A dose of cable outrage…really national outrage. There is a new ranking out by a company called Mercer of the North America's most livable cities. Their top 5 will SHOCK you. Or should. Here they are:
Vancouver, Ottawa, Toronto, Montreal. San Francisco
Notice something about the top 4?
They are not here. They are in Canada. And Rob Ford is mayor of at least one of them.
Canada Ranks high for livable cities. Now don't get me wrong, we all love Gordon Lightfoot. But really, 4 of the 5 most livable cities in the entire continent are in Canada?
Isn't it cold there? Are turtlenecks really that comfortable?
"Those sentiments there, of course, I don't agree with them. You've never heard me say such a thing and nor would I," Cruz told CNN in an exclusive interview.
But when asked if he would campaign with Nugent, a popular figure in Texas, Cruz responded "I haven't yet and I'm going to avoid engaging in hypotheticals."
Cruz's comments to CNN came a day after Nugent campaigned with Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott, the likely GOP nominee for governor. The move sparked some outrage across the country, given what Nugent said about the President just last month.
"I have obviously failed to galvanize and prod, if not shame, enough Americans to be ever-vigilant not to let a Chicago communist raised, communist educated, communist nutured, sub-human mongrel, like the Acorn community organizer gangster Barack Hussein Obama, to weasel his way into the top office of authority in the United States of America," Nugent told Guns.com last month.