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deal rests with congress. their overtue is not sitting well with the white house. and isis on the ropes in the key city of tikrit. the shi'a militia is gaining ground. now the top general is expecting to defeat isis. we have a live report from baghdad minutes away. good morning. welcome to "early start." i'm john berman. >> i'm christine romans. it is 5:00 a.m. in the east. the fallout from the disturbing video at the university of oklahoma. the racist chant by some fraternity members has led the national sigma alpha epsilon chapter to close the fraternity. the oklahoma university evicting the fraternity members. ou president david boren said monday he would seek the permanent expulsion of the sae
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members involved. >> the repercussions are just beginning. a top recruit from the dallas area is stating he will decommit and go elsewhere. current member eric striker denounced the video on snapchat. he said he was hurt by the video and what it brought on to the university. >> it is laying out straight and it is out there. i'm not saying it hasn't happened before. this is something that really extreme. not saying the little things that happened before should be pushed under the rug. we believe that president boren is taking the right actions and investigating and doing the right thing. more than just suspensions and expelling these students. the people responsible for it. the people on the bus. this is how we feel that that action should take place. students should get expelled
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that had to do with that. the ones on the bus. >> early monday hundreds of students and faculty members marched silently to protest the video. they were joined by university president david boren that real sooners, he said are not racist. new demonstrations in madison, wisconsin after the shooting of the unarmed teenager. students walked out of classes and walked to the state capital. ryan young has more. >> reporter: john and christine, we saw the frustration here in madison, wisconsin as thousands of people walked to the state capital to show displeasure of the shooting death of the teen. you could see the growing memorial for 19-year-old tony robinson. it has been growing throughout the afternoon. they have been raising signs to show support for the young man. they tell us they plan to have more protests. a lot of questions involved in
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the case. originally police were called because of a disturbance. once a police officer arrived, he heard noises on the inside of the home. once he went inside a struggle happened and shots were fired. the 19-year-old was pronounced dead. the community wants answers. one thing we have noticed, the protests have remained peaceful. this is not another ferguson according to the community here. they plan to ask questions and get to the bottom of this. >> thank you. the subject of ferguson the judge resigned after the scathing report accusing ronald brockmeyer. the missouri supreme court is also tasking richter with restoring public trust in the ferguson courts. he will begin his post on march 16th. extraordinary tension with
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the white house and republicans after 47 senate republicans signed an open letter to iran. that letter declares that unless congress has its say any nuclear deal with iran could be null and void after the president leaves office. arkansas senator tom cotton leading the charge. >> i support a deal that stops iran from getting a nuclear weapon today and tomorrow and forever. the president said that a deal could have as little as a ten-year sunset on it. the national security advisor said that iran could have uranium enrichment abilityiesabilities. whatever else the terms of the future deal might be those terms make the deal unacceptable to the united states and world because they pave the way for iran to get a nuclear weapon. >> from the white house, cnn's michelle kosinski. >> reporter: john and christine, we have seen some in congress bring up legislation to give them a vote on any nuclear deal
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with iran. now 47 republicans have written the unprecedented open letter to iran. asserting they have an important role in the process. acting as a warning. given the way the deal is currently worked on, the president doesn't have to send to congress for a vote. they write we will consider any deal for nuclear weapons not approved by the congress as nothing more than an executive agreement with the president and ayatollah khomeini. this letter came quickly from the white house calling it a bizarre desperate ploy. it weakens america's hand and particularly interesting was hearing the white house say that what they are trying to do amounts to back channel communications with iranian hard liners. >> i think it is somewhat ironic
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to see some members of congress wanting to make common cause with the hard liners in iran. it is an unusual coalition. >> reporter: congress would have a vote in this process on removing those tough sanctions from iran or not. if that is part of a deal. the white house now says that would come years down the road from a deal. it would take a number of years, they said to first see if iran was in fact compliant. by the way, iran responded to the letter calling it a propaganda ploy. john and christine. >> thanks michelle. the vice president joe biden not happy with the 47 senate republicans who sent the letter to the iranian leader. the vice president released a statement saying the letter express edly designed to undercut a sitting president in the middle of negotiations is beneath the dignity of the institution i revere.
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this ignores two precedents to negotiates with other nations on behalf of the united states. secretary of state john kerry will return to switzerland to resume nuclear talks. new developments in the struggle for tikrit. america's top general joint chief chairman martin dempsey is in baghdad vowing that isis will be defeated. let's bring in cnn's ben wedeman. >> reporter: good morning, christine. general dempsey was here yesterday meeting with the iraqi prime minister and defense minister. here perhaps to stress that the united states is and international coalition are playing a key role in the fight against isis. the u.s. officials have made clear that the international coalition since last september
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launched more than 2,000 strikes. coalition has trained or is in the process of training more than 5,000 iraqi soldiers. although there is a lot of talk these days about iran backing up the iraqi forces outside tikrit indeed the coalition is providing significant support and of course looking ahead to mosul. that support will be critical if isis is to be driven out of that iraq's second largest city. as far as tikrit goes we saw iraqi forces which appear to be led by the shi'a para military forces. we saw in the last three days they moved about 50 miles to the very edge just one mile outside of tikrit. we watched as they were firing rockets into the city. a lot of forces gathered there for a push forward toward the
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west. we did however also see that indeed there is iranian involvement. i had a chance to speak discreetly with four iranian advisers. they told me or described their role there as volunteers. i also spoke to the head of the largest shi'a militia. he said as far as the coalition goes we don't need it and we won't need it. we will be able to liberate all of iraq from isis by ourselves. when he was speaking about the iranian advisers the iranian role in the operation, he said we thank them deeply. >> ben wedeman. we thank them deeply before our signal cut out. thanks, ben. niens after the hour. two french medalists were those killed in a helicopter crash in
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argentina. kamilcam camille muffat and alexis vastine were two of several killed while filming a scene for a reality show. the ambassador released from the hospital overnight. mark lippert is doing well and grateful for everyone who reached out after being slashed in the face and arm. lippert plans to return to work soon. lippert's attacker facing attempted murder charges. he is undergoing surgery for a broken ankle he suffered when authorities tackled him. hillary clinton is ready to publicly comment on what some are calling the scandal that has been dogging her for weeks. a news conference or sit down interview could come within 48 hours, according to a source. the former secretary of state is expected to say she did use a classified government e-mail
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system at the state department but she could not use that with her blackberry because the system was too andtiquatedantiquated. the secretary of state and president did exchange e-mails during her time at the white house suggesting he knew she was using a private e-mail account. a new incident involving a train and vehicle on the tracks. a new york bound amtrak taken clashed with a tractor-trailer. one of the train cars derailed. the conductor and nearly 60 passengers suffered injuries. none of them is life threatening. this is the third train crash since last month. the early thaw is on. >> bring it on. >> warmer than normal temperatures. really spreading across the country along with wet weather. let's get to meteorologist pedram javaheri for an early look at the weather. >> john and christine, a soggy
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tuesday shaping up across the south from alexandria to jackson and memphis. the water vapor shows you the plume of moisture moving in. this is the case over the next couple of days. by the time we are done friday afternoon, 2 to 4 inches from new orleans to jackson and birmingham to southern tennessee. tremendous rainfall possible. up to 6 inches. flash flooding is a concern into the ohio valley and out to the northeast. by later on this afternoon, 2:00 from washington to philly and new york, we will begin to see rain showers. generally less than 1 inch. not impressive rainmaker, but still wet weather heading our way in the next couple of hours. here you go. high temperatures in atlanta, 77. should make it to the 90s in charleston. 61 in the works in minneapolis. it was minus 7 in minneapolis for the overnight low temperature last week. the warmest in kansas city since
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last january and same for warm weather for atlanta. >> thank you, pedram. time for an early start on money. stock futures are lower. the market had a nice rally. on a buying mood on the anniversary of the bull market. the hottest wearable in tech. tim cook unveiled details about the apple watch in san francisco. the pre-orders are starting april 10th. it will not be able in stores until april 28th. three models from $349 and up to $17,000. the battery should last 18 hours. you will need to pair it with an iphone 5 or iphone 6. >> we asked millions of viewers to send us notes if they plan on buying. two people have weighed in. one said he is a meteorologist. he wants the ability to look at his watch and know what the
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oklahoma sooners football team joining students in protesting the awful video of fraternity members chanting that racial slur. >> we have andy scholes more in the bleacher report. >> the sooners were supposed to have practice but they joined fellow students protesting the online video. sooners dressed in black and arm in arm. they stood in silence on the field.
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they met at the 50 yard line and said a prayer together. ou head coach bob stoops was in the front of the line as they walked over. he tweeted, pleased to see president boren take swift action against raisism. i join our campus in fighting racism everywhere. the sooners have already been affected by the racial video. four star recruit jean de'lance spoke out. >> i wouldn't want my son or child to go to a school like that or my brothers. it was very disturbing to me. >> i had strong family history in racial issues and inequality. jean knows these are serious to us. when he brought me that video, the first thing i said is what do you want to do.
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an oklahoma university fraternity booted from campus after a video showing students engaged in a racist chant. more from the campus and community. a new battle with the president and republicans over iran. republican senators warning they have the final say on a nuclear deal. forceful reactions from the president ahead. and the iraqis appear on the verge of regaining control of tikrit from isis. america's top general vowing isis will be defeated. a live report from baghdad. welcome back to "early start start." i'm christine romans. >> i'm john berman. more fallout from the university of oklahoma. you see the chant there from the university members. the university has closed the chapter of sigma alpha epsilon. fraternity members were evicted
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over the weekend. university president david boren announced he would seek the permanent expulsion of sae members. >> the repercussions just beginning. a top football recruit from dallas declaring he will go elsewhere. current ou football player eric striker went on a tear on snapchat outraged about the video. after he cooled off, he said he was hurt by the damage the video has done to the school's reputation. he backs the call to expel those responsible. >> it is playing out and straight. it is out there. i'm not saying it hasn't happened before. this is something that really extreme. not saying that the little things that happened before should be pushed under the rug. you know we believe that president boren is taking the right actions. and investigating and doing the right thing. more than just suspensions and
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expelling these students. the people responsible for it. the people on the bus. this is how we feel that that action should take place. students should be expelled that had something to do with that. >> on monday, hundreds of students marched silently and president boren declared real sooners are not racist. and more fallout from the shooting of a biracial teenager. students protested the killing of 19-year-old tony robinson by walk out of classes. we have cnn's ryan young with the latest. >> reporter: john and christine, we saw the frustrations rolling over here in madison, wisconsin as thousands of people walked toward the state capital to show displeasure of the shooting death of the teen. if you look behind me, you see the growing memorial for tony
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robinson. this memorial has been growing throughout the afternoon. they are raising signs to show support for this young man. they tell us they plan to have more protests. a lot of questions involved in the case. police were originally called because of a disturbance. when the police officer arrived, he said he heard noises on the inside of the home. a struggle happened and shots were fired. the 19-year-old was pronounced dead. now the community wants answers. the protests here have been peaceful. they want people to understand this is not another ferguson. they plan to push forward and ask more questions and get to the bottom of this. john and christine. thank you. a judge in ferguson missouri resigns. the action comes after a report accusing ronald brockmeyer to use his court to fund the office on the backs of minorities. besides hearing the future
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cases, the missouri supreme court is tasking with a change. new this morning, a new feud with the white house and republicans after 47 republicans in the senate signed an open letter to iran. the letter declares that any nuclear deal with iran could be null and void after president obama leaves office unless congress has its say. leading the charge is arkansas senator tom cotton. >> i support a good deal that sops iran from getting a nuclear weapon today and tomorrow and ten years from now and forever. the president has said that a deal could have as little as a ten-year sunset on it. national security advisor said that iran could have uranium enrichment abilities. the critical component of a nuclear bomb. those are unacceptable to the
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world. >> the president responded suggesting that senate republicans are essentially forming an alliance with iranian hard liners who also oppose a nuclear deal. >> i think it is ironic to see some members of congress wanting to make common cause with the hard liners with iran. it is an unusual coalition. i think what we are going to focus on is seeing if we can get a deal or not. >> vice president joe biden lashed out at senate republicans at a statement. the vice president said the letter expressly designed to under cut a sitting president in the middle of international negotiations is beneath the dignity of the institution i revere. the guise ignores two centuries of precedent and undermines any future president to negotiate on behalf of the united states. nuclear talk was iran resume
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when secretary of state john kerry meets on march 15th. to the bloody struggle for control of tikrit. on offensive for a week now trying to liberate the hometown of saddam hussein from isis. america's top general martin dempsey in baghdad vowing the terror group will be defeated. let's bring in cnn's ben wedeman. good morning, ben. >> reporter: good morning, christine. general dempsey was here in baghdad. he met with iraqi prime minister, defense minister and his message was the u.s. led coalition is lead the fight against isis. the partners have since last september launched more than 2,000 air strikes on isis targets in syria and iraq. the u.s. led coalition trained more than 5,000 iraqi soldiers as well as peshmerga fighters in the north of the country.
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so given that all eyes in iraq are on tikrit, where there is -- eye -- ran yan involvement. as far as the situation in tikrit goes iraqi forces which are led by the shi'a paramilitary forces with the iraqi army forces playing a supporting role seem to be making significant progress. we saw at the frontlines of smoldering vehicles. in three days in fact the iraqi forces managed to advance 50 miles to the very edge of tikrit. when we were there, they were one mile to the east of the center of the city. yes, there is an iranian role being played there. i had the opportunity to speak to four iranian advisers at the
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front line. they described themselves as volunteers. what we did hear from the iraqi commanders is that yes they say they're proud and happy to have the iranian advisers on the ground helping them. one of them telling me it is better to have four iranian advisors on the frontline than 400 american advisors in the green zone in baghdad. thank you, ben. >> hillary clinton will answer questions on what some are calling the e-mail scandal that has been dogging her for weeks. a conference or sit down interview could come within 48 hours according to a source. the former secretary of state is expected to say she did use a classified government e-mail system at the state department but cannot use it with her blackberry because the system was too antiquated. the white house says the president and the former secretary did exchange e-mails during her tenure at the state
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department suggesting he knew or saw she used a private e-mail account. another incident with a train and vehicle on the tracks. this happened monday in north carolina. a new york bound amtrak train slamming into a tractor-trailer that got stuck trying to make a difficult turn. the driver jumped out just before impact. one of the train cars derailed. the conductor and nearly 60 passengers suffered injuries. none of them is life threatening. this is the third train crash since last month. deadly incidents in new york and california. the early thaw is on. finally warmer than normal temperatures across the country with heavy rainfall. let's get to meteorologist pedram javaheri for an early look at the weather. >> john and christine, wet weather in the gulf coast and some of the wet storms will make their way to washington philly and new york. after 2:00 in the afternoon, you will get about .50 inch at the
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most. there is the bull's-eye over eastern tennessee. 4 to 6 inches is possible. in the carolina coastline, over 1 inch of rainfall. talking about historic snow in parts of the country. a daily record came down in italy in recent days. 101 inches across the mountains in italy in hours. central colorado is where the previous most snow in one day. 76 inches in the 1920s. in boston so far this season almost 106 inches has come down for the winter season. this 101 inches taller than the world's tallest living man, 8'3". this would be more than his height there. impressive sight. thanks for the perspective. let's get an early start on money. the stock market set to open lower. really good gains yesterday. markets in europe and asia are
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down this morning. a new estimate show the president's landmark healthcare reform will cost less. the budget office says obamacare will cost $106 million over the next five years. 29% lower than the estimate in 2010. several reasons for the decline. moderate growth. slower enrollment and the supreme court ruling that allows states to decide to expand. over the next ten years, 22 million americans are expected to enroll. surprising number. >> surprising. 41 minutes past the hour. more arrests in connection with the january terror attack on the kosher market in paris. one stunner. a police officer associated with the gunman. a live report from paris after the break. if you haven't heard about the latest sale at hotels.com, then you haven't seen this commercial.
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terrorism cases can put people under questioning for up to six days in terrorism cases without laying charges. some point along the line though we suspect he will come out and say what these charges are against the four people. the most startling of the four is the police woman who worked not only a police woman involved but worked at one of the police intelligence agencies in the eastern suburbs of paris. a super secret operation. she apparently according to reports, converted to islam two years ago. about three weeks ago, she told her superiors that she knew coulibaly and she knew the associate of coulibaly who was apparently her boyfriend who was picked up. she was suspended at that point from her duties at the center. >> raises a lot of questions. again, the suspects will be in custody or people in custody for
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several more days. let's look at what is coming up on "new day." alisyn joins us. >> we will be talking about the white house and the republicans about the letter the gop sent to iran's government warning against the nuclear agreement with the u.s. the obama administration is firing back accusing them of undermining foreign policy. we will speak live to the author of the letter. senator tom cotton. what does he hope to accomplish. we will have more on the fallout from the video of members of the fraternity in oklahoma singing racist chants. we will hear from student activists and the president of the university of oklahoma live. what does the school plan to do about this and how about colleges across the country? do others have race relation problems? we will get into all of that when we see you at the top of the hour. >> thank you. they have been buried for thousands of years. now some coins and jewelry uncovered by explorers.
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testimony resumes this morning in the trial of accused boston marathon bomber dzhokhar tsarnaev. on monday jurors saw a compilation of a video showing
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let's get an early start on your money. u.s. futures down. stocks in europe and asia are lower. the market had a nice rally on the sixth and virniversary of the bull market. nasdaq is the big winner. up more than 4%. hbo is coming to apple. for $14.99 a month, you can watch on apple tvs and ipads without a subscription. it is the first for the company which is owned by the time warner and cnn. an ivy league education going digital. yale will offer a master of medical science degree for physician assistants. the program begins next year. the same admissions standards will apply to campus and online
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programs. >> it is easy to get in. >> it's hard. more than 1,000 people apply for 40 spots on campus each year. yale could enroll hundreds more with the online program. it is interesting how technology is slowly changing the ivory tower. >> how much does it cost? yale is $900 million a year. the online program is half that. >> if you can get in great. if you can pay for it better. the president digging in their heels in the iran negotiations. he is trying to show iran who is in charge. "new day" has the story. 47 senators have written the open letter to iran. >> vice president biden lashing out. >> i think it is ironic. unusual coalition. >> this is particular fraternity is off the campus. >> the racism is alive and well.
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>> the chant it exists in 2015 is sad. i'm happy to see the people of iraq rise up. >> the bloody struggle for control of tikrit. >> they expect to take tikrit within days. >> i could hear the brakes. >> within seconds. >> a loud impact. >> the engine and trailer in the air. >> this is "new day" with chris cuomo. >> good morning. welcome to "new day." tuesday, march 10th. we have all outpolitical war with the president and congress. 48 republicans releasing a controversial open letter to iran. it sets up a constitutional premmer. the letter is designed to under cut any potential nuclear deal. it may be the first of its kind. any deal made with president obama would be a executive
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agreement. >> president obama accusing law make he is of siding with america's enemies. vice president biden blasts the letter calling it an effort to quote, undercut our president. we have complete coverage on this from washington to tehran. let's begin live at the white house where they are not happy about this this morning. >> reporter: this was an unpress unprecedented move, a letter sent directly to the leaders of a country who is still on the state sponsor of terrorism list. and i have to say it really highlights how the political battle is being waged on capitol hill are now aggressively spilling into foreign policy. now the white house calls this reckless. and in a statement released overnight vice president biden says quote, in 36 years in the u.s. senate i cannot recall another instance in which senators wrote directly to advise another country, much less a longtime foreign adversary, that the president does not

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