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selling the iran nuclear deal to congress and the world. today president obama begins making his case that this deal will make the world more hopeful, not more dangerous.
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live team coverage breaking down all of the controversy begins right now. good morning, welcome to "early start." i'm christine romans. it is wednesday, july 15th, four a.m. in the east. nice to see you, everybody. happening now, reaction around the world over a nuclear deal with iran. praise and criticism now that we know what is in the 109-page agreement. presidents obama and rouhani of iran emphasizing the gangsadvantages for their people as concern ownerin the streets. iran would be allowed to conduct more advanced nuclear research and eventually produce all of the nuclear fuel it wants. for the latest let's bring in senior international correspondent nic robertson in vienna. good morning, nic. >> reporter: good morning, christine. the reason people would worry about that research and development is because what this
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agreement does it limits the number of centrifuges the that iran can own and operate. and it means they are unreliable and slow in producing rich uranium and they break down often, which means there is sort of a guarantee built into that that iran cannot make this quick breakout to make a bomb. but, over time as it is able in later years to use its research and development, it can make more sophisticated, more efficient centrifuges and the time to get a bomb is much more shorter. what we have heard from the saudis is they support the efforts to get an agreement with iran but for them it is all about the robustness of the inspection program. president obama calling the sawed saudi king to talk about this and calling the israeli prime minister benefitingjamin netanyahu. if theea inspectors run into
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a problem when they want to go to a site they are 14 days the iranians have 14 days to answer any problems about that. if it escalates to a commission the commission has seven days and if that commission cannot come up with an answer then within three days sanctions snap back on. that's the kind of language very likely that president obama and supporters of the agreement will try to telled the saudis. >> there saudis. >> there will be criticism, though. both countries have internal politics that we will keep hearing people's complaints critics complaints about this deal for on the weeks to come. >> reporter: absolutely. and you can start picking apart the interpretations and the pieces of the agreement very
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quickly and easily because it was designed. it wasn't everything for everyone and there were flaws in it for both sides, but the language was designed if you will to be, you know to get over those hurdles. you have the iranian president yesterday telling his people that sanctions are lifted for good yet if you look at the precise wording, sanctions can be snapped back on. however, after eight years if iran complies then the sanctions goway for good. that is the kind of language they were looking for and that is what they are emphasizing. it's the snap-back part of the sanctions that is being emphasized by president obama and secretary kerry. >> yesterday, you could see the emphasis from the united states and from iran when you looked at the fact sheets were on different points of this agreement for obvious reasons. nic, thank you for that. this morning the white house well into its campaign to sell this iran deal. the president determined to win over the american public skeptical democrats, and frankly
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fiercely opposed republicans. >> and that is why the deal that we have out there, in my view from what i know about it thus far, is unacceptable. >> it would aim at the best deal acceptable to iran rather than one that might actually end iran's nuclear program. >> opponents in congress have two months to review and debate the deal and try to stop it with a veto. senior white house correspondent jim acosta has more. >> reporter: christine a full-court press here at the white house in selling this nuclear deal with iran. late today, president obama will defend the agreement at a news conference here at the white house. that will be just after vice president joe biden spends the morning briefing house democrats on this deal. the president's global pitch has already begun. he has made calls to israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu and saudi arabia's king and leaders in congress. lawmakers on capitol hill have 60 days to review and block this deal but the white house is
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taking comfort in in the fact much of that time is spent in the lawmakers' august recess and pushing a likely showdown to september and a showdown the president says he is ready for. >> i'm confident that this deal will meet the national security interests of the united states and our allies. so i will veto any legislation that prevents the successful implementation of this deal. >> reporter: but the big question comes down to this do the deals opponents in congress have the two-thirds vote needed to override a presidential veto? one white house official told me they don't believe the position opposition will be able to clear that hurdle. it's all but certain he'll have that chance. christine? >> thanks for that jim acosta. some of the most opposition is coming from israeli. benjamin netanyahu called it a historic mistake and said on israeli tv it would provide iran with a dangerous jackpot,
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hundreds of billions of dollars. >> this cash bonanza will fuel iran's terrorism worldwide, its aggression in the region and its efforts to destroy israeli, which are ongoing. >> the obama administration quick to respond. secretary of state john kerry calling the israeli prime minister's comments way over the top. joining us now from jerusalem, cnn's erin mclaughlin with react shin around israeli and the middle east. i dare say before there was even an official word erin you already had the israeli government coming out strong saying the obama administration was making a terrible, terrible mistake. >> reporter: that's right, christine. and that rhetoric continues. while president obama has bowed to veto any legislation that would negate the agreement, some israeli official say they will do what they can to stop the lifting of the sanctions. we see them very vocally stating their case and calling on lawmakers to quash this deal. we are also hearing from voices
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inside other key u.s. allies in the region express their reservations. a source inside saudi arabia called this agreement, quote, a monumental historic miscalculation. the source told cnn that the deal will be met with hostility because of the way it was done. the source calling it quote, a charade. goes on to say that there will be a strong saudi response over the median turn. an official saudi statement was more toned down saying the kingdom has always been in favor of an agreement, but must include a strict inspection regime. this gives you an idea of what some key u.s. allies are thinking. yesterday, president obama made a series of phone calls to leaders of countries in the region including israeli and saudi arabia to try and explain and to sell this deal but judging from the rhetoric coming from these countries, it will be a tough task. >> erin mclaughlin on the phone
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for us from jerusalem, thank you, erin. u.s. crude prices tumbled 2% on niche news of the deal. iran has the fourth biggest oil renks in the world but has been blocked from world market by those sanctions. a deal could change that adding as much as 1 billion barrels of crude today to the market. right now, prices are up 4% about $53 a barrel. chinese stocks lower this morning despite a report of strong economic growth. in europe stocks opened lower while u.s. futures are flat. those markets await ago vote in greece today that could secure the country another bailout. the greek parliament will vote on new reform measures. the new bailout proposals have a more severe austerity than those vote on july 5th. the greek administration saying it is necessary to avoid exiting
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the euro. president obama made an impassionate plea for new legislation in a speech to the naacp tuesday, citing the plight of too many low level criminals paying too high a price for their offenses. the president says current laws have a disproportionate affect on blacks. >> a growing body of research shows that people of color are more likely to be stopped, frisked, questioned charged, detained. african-americans are more likely to be arrested. they are more likely to be sentenced to more time for the same crime. >> coming on the heels of the president commuting the sentences of 46 nonviolate drug offenders offenders. on thursday he'll go where no sitting president has done going to a prison in oklahoma to talk about criminal justice policy. capturing the moment.
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one of the world's most dangerous, most notorious drug lord slipped away from his prison cell. details, next.
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just released surveillance video shows the very moment when mexican drug king joaquin "el chapo" guzman escaped from his prison cell. here he is moving over to the bathroom stall that is actually the area where his shower is. the drug lord then leans forwards. seconds later, he is gone. also new this morning, law enforcement telling cnn relatives and close associates of el chapo maybe plotting to break him out of prison. we get more from nick valencia. >> reporter: new images show by all accounts the magnificent
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feat of architecture and a modified motorcycle presumably used to dig through that tunnel. the equipment to the interior minister here in mexico here said it's likely that el chapo had help from inside that prison. we know more than 30 prison guards have been taken into custody and questioned as part of this investigation. the head of the prison has also been fired. we were able to get into that prison. we were to go through official channels to get access but we were denied so we simply knocked on the front door. they took our i.d. and escorted us and another room where we handed over over our belongings. we met by a federal police van who took us to a second perimeter and we were met by the director and he was furious we were able to get to that part of the prison. he told us we were not on the
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list and turned us away and escorting us back with heavily armed police. if we were as a news organization able to get into that type of prison you know the ease that el chapo operated a man with money. if mexican authorities know anything about his whereabouts, they are not making it public. >> donald trump surging to the top of the crowded republican presidential field. in a new poll, 17% say trump is their first choice and jeb bush second at 14% and scott walker in third at 8%. the news for tramp not as optimistic in a head-to-head match with hillary clinton. he trails the presumed democratic nominee by 17 points. in an interview tuesday with cnn's dana bash trump tried to set america straight on why he is running for president. >> reporter: a new poll just came out saying that 40% of
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republican voters think that you're just doing this for publicity. >> that's what i don't understand. >> reporter: how do you change their minds? >> i disagree. >> reporter: why? >> why would i be doing this? i take abuse from everybody and i'm doing this for fun. this isn't fun. i want to make america great again. those 40% are people that would vote for me that's something i like about it. remember before i announce everybody say he is never going to announce. i announce. then he says i will never send and sign the form. i sign it. now over the next couple of days i'm putting in my financials which shows an unbelievable company. >> reporter: can you give me a teaser? >> no i can't. it's an unbelievable company. far greaterer and i built that. i built that. and that is what this company needs. >> trump is expected to make the financial disclosures to the federal election commission today. the brother of a san francisco woman killed by an undocumented immigrant is blasting donald trump for using
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his sister's death to punctuate his political message about painting. brad steinle tells cnn trump hasn't called the family to personally express his condolences. >> he talks about kate steinle like he knows her. i've never heard a word from his campaign manager, never heard a word from many. it's discerning and i don't want to be affiliated with someone who doesn't have the ability to reach out and ask about kate and ask our views and what we want. >> plans to build a fence by trump along the mexican border steinle called it not ration national and not common sense. severe storms today across the south following an outbreak of deadly flash flooding on tuesday. in jock kentucky two people
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killed and six remain missing. ofgs official say houses were destroyed and damaged. cleanup under way in northern minnesota's area where thunderstorms thunderstorms. a twister in michigan touched down early tuesday. trees uprooted and crops damaged. can you see some damage to the homes. one woman takes us through the harrowing experience. >> the house started moaning really loudly. then my ears popped. and i've never seen a tornado or it was very dark out, so i basically just said we need to get downstairs and started running down the stairs. >> more of that severe weather now moving into the southeast. for the latest forecast let's get to meteorologist pedram javaheri. >> good morning, christine. wild overnight conditions across the southeast. our weather producer jeb jones capturing incredible image with
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the thunderstorms that roared through the region. how about the wind reports. 326 causing damage across the region and 36 large hail reports and another four reports of tornadoes as well. that line right there, a squall line pushing through the greater atlanta area significant damage in a few spots because of the straight line wind and lightning strikes occurred and causing house fires over southern suburbs of atlanta over the last several hours. look at the perspective. eastern kentucky and southern indiana and ohio up wards of 6 inches of rainfall over the past three days over this region. tremendous rainfall of course. again, it's humid and it's very very hot across the region as well. we think another funnel future will scoop on by the next several hours and spark dozens of thunderstorms and flooding still exists over the region. across the i-95 corridor from philly to new york we will begin to see the wet weather push through as well.
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>> thank you for that. the american league winning the all-star game for a third straight year. the 6-3 win over the national league means they will have home field advantage in the world series. mike trout the first player in 38 years to lead off with a home run in the all-star game. he also has won the mvp award two years in a row. a 16-year-old grill braving days alone in the woods following a deadly plane crash. new developments on just how she survived, ahead. did you know that the tripadvisor you have always trusted for reviews book...! now checks over 200 websites to find the best price? book...! book...! book...! so don't just visit tripadvisor, book...! at tripadvisor
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breaking overnight. search crews locate a plane that crashed in the wilderness in washington state. imagine trying to find that plane in that terrain. they will try to reach the site this morning. this 16-year-old woman autumn veatch survived the crash and spend two harrowing days in the woods and is out of the hospital and back home. we get more on her ordeal from cnn corinth dan simon. >> reporter: we learn the young woman at the center of this 16-year-old autumn veatch has been given a clean bill of health which is amazing. this is a young woman in a plane crash and had to spend only one night in the hospital. the details are quite amazing. her doctor and her friends credited her determination and will to survive this ordeal. she didn't have any food up there and she had very little
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you water. at one point she tried to take a sip of water from the creek but didn't want to drink too much because she was afraid she would get sick. this happened on saturday when the plane she was in with her step-grandparents went down in this remote part of washington. at one point, autumn tried to save her step-grand parents by reaching into the plane and pulling them out but she got burned on her hand. for about 24 hours she tried to make it down to safety and she followed the stremedsams and eventual made it to the highway and was brought here to the hospital and now we know she is headed home. >> the iran nuclear deal has been signed but the fight far from over. president obama selling the agreement to congress and the world leaders today. the details in the deal that are causing so much controversy, we break those down ahead.
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♪ celebration and anger. following a nuclear deal with iran we now know the details and it's causing controversy here at home and around the world. today, president obama trying to sell that deal to congress. can he do it? live team coverage begins right now. welcome back to "early start." i'm christine romans. 30 minutes past the hour this wednesday morning. happening now, reaction from around the world over that nuclear deal with iran. praise and criticism. now that we know what is in the 109-page agreement. presidents obama and rouhani of iran emphasizing the deal's advantage for their people as iranians celebrate in the streets. but concerns also mounting inging specifically over the last few
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years of the 15-year deal when iran would be allowed to conduct more advanced nuclear research and eventually produce all of the nuclear fuel it wants. for the latest let's bring in senior international correspondent nic robertson in vienna. it's the end of that 15-year window that has some concern this morning. >> reporter: absolutely. right at the end of that window iran is allowed to get on with its nuclear research and development and that means it could make a bomb much more quickly. it could have much more efficient and effective centrifuges which would just speed up the enrichment prot process. any calculation you have about how long it takes iran to produce an flepnuclear weapon that time line reduced which is what the research and development brings. the way this agreement has been sold to the people of the united states and to the people of iran you can see that there are gaps in interpretations here already. the notion that sanctions can be snapped back on iran is something that has been very
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important for president obama and secretary of state john kerry. yet, in iran the president there rouhani has told his people that sanctions will be gone forever. the reality is the sanctions can be snapped back on but if iran complies for the next eight years, then those sanctions are gone for good. so any chance of iran changing its course and there being able to be sort of an economic penalty, you know, 15 years down the line, that won't be the case. they can have their research and development. they have the money to fund it. and then it's really comes down to a matter of trust and that is what people have a concern about today. >> a matter of trust, but if you have robust inspections can you trust your partner a little bit better. what about the inspections part of this agreement? >> reporter: yeah. i mean that's really going to be the crux of how robust this all is. and it does seem that the iaea
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the international nuclear watchdog the people who are in charge of going into iran and america iran's implycompliance saying it's not good enough you say you have this material and this equipment in this building we have a concern about this building and this equipment and this military site. the terms of the agreement say the iaea inspectors can do that and go into that military site and look for that equipment. what has been built into the agreement is a very short time line in terms of sort of international diplomacy that if iran doesn't imply, they have 14 days to let the inspectors in. if they don't, it goes to a commission and that commission has seven days to agree a resolution to that problem, and if that doesn't happen three days later, sanctions snap back on. when you're talking about nuclear scientists and nuclear
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sites, there is always in the eyes of the iaea a way to test what nuclear components have been around and talk about that sort of thing of isotopes et cetera. they have a very strong to catch iran out if it's trying to lie about what it's doing. >> nic robertson in vienna for us. again, great work. i know for weeks you have been covering this deal. now a deal and still more work to do parsing it and taking a look at the international reaction. thank you for your hard work. the white house into its campaign to sell this iran deal. the president determined to win over the american public skeptical democrats, and fiercely opposed republicans. om what i know about it thus far, is unacceptable. >> it would aim at the best deal acceptable to iran, rather than one that might actually end
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iran's nuclear program. >> opponents in congress have two months to review and debate the deal and try to stop it with a veto. senior white house correspondent jim acosta has more for us. >> reporter: christine, there's a full-court press here at the white house in selling this nuclear deal with iran. later today, president obama will defend the agreement at a news conference here at the white house. that will be just after vice president joe biden spends the morning briefing house democrats on this deal. the president's global pitch has already begun. he has made calls to israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu, leaders of saudi arabia and saudi arabia's king and leaders in congress. lawmakers on capitol hill have 60 days to review and block this deal, but the white house is taking comfort in the fact that much of that time is spent in the lawmakers' august recess and pushing a likely showdown to september and a showdown the president says he is ready for. >> i'm confident that this deal will meet the national security interests of the united states and our allies. so i will veto any legislation that prevents the successful implementation of this deal. >> reporter: but the big
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question comes down to this, do the deals opponents in congress have the two-thirds vote needed to override a presidential veto? one white house official told me they don't believe the opposition will be able to clear that hurdle. that means the president, as he likes to say, he will live long enough to see whether or not this deal fails. it is all but certain, he'll have that chance. christine? >> thanks for that, jim acosta. some of the most opposition to this deal is coming from israeli. hours after the agreement was signed, israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu called it a historic mistake and said on israeli tv the lifting of sanctions would provide iran with a dangerous jackpot, hundreds of billions of dollars. >> this cash bonanza will fuel iran's terrorism worldwide, its aggression in the region, and its efforts to destroy israeli, which are ongoing. >> the obama administration quick to respond.
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secretary of state kerry calling the israeli prime minister's comments way over the top. joining us now from jerusalem, cnn's erin mclaughlin with the latest reaction around israeli and the middle east. there was a press conference with the announcement this deal was done and already the israelis were very upset. >> reporter: that's right. the israelis have been speaking out against this agreement for months now. they continue to say they want to stop the lifting of sanctions and we see them, you know very vocally stating their case and calling on lawmakers to quash this deal. this includes the opposition. the opposition leader yesterday saying he plans to go to the united states to explain the risks of the agreement. with we are also hearing from voices from other key allies in the region. a source from saudi arabia calling the agreement, quote, a
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monumental historic miscalculation. a source telling cnn the deal will be met with hostility because of the way it was done calling it a charade. a source saying that there will be a strong saudi response over the medium term. some pretty strong rhetoric from key u.s. allies. yesterday, president obama making a series of phone calls to leaders in the region including saudi arabia and trying to tell this agreement, but, you know, judging from the language we have been hearing, it's going to be very tough for him. christine? >> it is going to be difficult, indeed. thank you so much for that erin. oil prices rebounding overnight. investors realized it's going to take months for iran to ramp up oil exports. iran hat fourth biggest oil reserves in the world and blocked from sanctions by u.s. markets. could change that.
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prices are up right now 4% to about $53 a barrel. the marketing await ago vote in greece and could give them another bailout. the bailout proposals include more austerity than those rejected by greek voters on july 5th. on state tv on tuesday, greek foreign minister saying it is necessary to avoid exiting from the euro. president obama made a speech to the naacp on tuesday citing the plight of too many low level criminals paying too high a price for their offenses. the president says current laws have a disproportionate impact on blacks.
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>> a growing body of research shows that people of color are more likely to be stopped, frisked, questioned, charged, detained. african-americans are more likely to be arrested. they are more likely to be sentenced to more time for the same crime. >> the remarks coming on the heels of the president commuting the sentences of 46 nonviolent drug offenders. on thursday he'll go where no sitting president has gone before. he will visit a federal prison in oklahoma to talk more about reform and criminal justice policy. new video capturing the very moment a notorious mexican drug lord escaped from prison. look at it there. new details on how el chapo broke free is next.
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just released surveillance video shows the very moment when mexican drug king joaquin "el chapo" guzman escaped from his prison cell. you see him pacing back and forth. he disappears. a source telling cnn that
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relatives and close associates of the prison may have been plotting to break him out of prison. we get more on the search for the kingpin from cnn correspondent nick valencia. >> reporter: new images show by all accounts, the magnificent feat of architecture and a modified motorcycle presumably used to dig through that tunnel. the equivalent to the interior minister here in mexico said that it's likely that el chapo had help from inside that prison. we know more than 30 prison guards have been taken into custody and questioned as part of this investigation. the head of the altiplano prison has also been fired. we were able to get into that prison. we were trying to go through official channels to get access, but we were denied so we simply knocked on the front door. they took our i.d. and escorted us to another room where we handed over our belongings. then we were passed through a metal detector. as soon as we got through that first perimeter we were met by a federal police van who took us to a second perimeter and we
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were met by the current director of the altiplano prison. he was furious we were able to get to that part of the prison. he asked us who we were with. we told him who we were with and he turned us away and escorting us back with heavily armed police. if we were, as a news organization, able to get into that type of prison you know the ease that el chapo operated a man with money. if mexican authorities know anything about his whereabouts, they are not making it public. >> nick, thanks for that. >> donald trump surging to the top of the crowded republican presidential field in this new poll that shows 17% say trump is their first choice for the gop nomination. jeb bush second at 14% and scott walker in third at 8%. the news for tramp not as good for a head-to-head matchup with hillary clinton. he trails the presumed democratic nominee by 17 points.
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in an interview tuesday with cnn's dana bash, trump tried to set america straight on why he is running for president. >> reporter: a new poll just came out saying that 40% of republican voters think that you're just doing this for publicity. >> that's what i don't understand. >> reporter: how do you change their minds? >> i think it's a great thing for me. >> reporter: why? >> because a lot of people want to vote for me but think think i'm doing this for publicity. why would i be doing this? i take abuse from everybody and i'm doing this for fun? this isn't fun. i want to make america great again. those 40% are people that would vote for me, that's something i like about it. remember, before i announce, everybody say he is never going to announce. i announce. then they say i will never sign the form and i signed it. now over the next couple of days, i'm putting in my financials which shows an unbelievable company. unbelievable company. >> reporter: can you give me a teaser? >> no, i can't. it's an unbelievable company. far greater and i built that. i built that. and this is what this country needs. >> trump is expected to make the financial disclosures to the
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federal election commission today. the brother of a san francisco woman killed by an undocumented immigrant is criticizing donnell trump for using his sister's death to punctuate his political message painting u.s. immigrants who enter the united states illegal. brad steinle tells cnn trump hasn't called the family to personally express his condolences. >> this is a hard question and you don't have to answer it. do you feel like donald trump is using your sister? >> in a way, yes. sensationalizing it is not the route we would like to go. >> reporter: so your message to donald trump would be what? >> if you're going to use somebody's name and you're going to sensationize the death of a beautiful young lady maybe you should call and talk to the family first and see what their views are. >> asked about trump's plan to keep undocumented immigrants out by building a fence along the
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millions are bracing for severe storms today across the south following an outbreak of a deadly flash flooding on
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tuesday. in johnson county kentucky, two are killed and several millssing. cleanup under way in northern minnesota brainard lakes area and huge thunderstorms downed trees and broke up docks at some of the region's resorts. this was the scene in michigan after a twister touched down early tuesday. trees uprooted and crops damaged. you can see some damage to the homes. one woman takes us through her harrowing experience. >> the house started moaning really loudly. then my ears popped. and i've never seen a tornado or it was very dark out, so i basically just said, we need to get downstairs and started running down the stairs. >> most of that severe weather now moving into the southeast. let's get more this morning from cnn's meteorologist jacqui jeras. >> another cold front across the eastern side of the country.
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how about heavy rain showers between, 9:00 and 11:00 a.m. and high pressure builds out of this. early morning around philly and new york city and hartford. heavy rainfall in the works. we have plenty of storms across the eastern side of the country over the past 24 hours. upwards 300 wind reports and tornado reports and southeast getting the brunt of the storms. the main threat 6 million people stretches from omaha to kansas city and charleston and savannah. the main threat large hail and damaging winds. the rainfall has been tremendous. eastern kentucky and also eastern tennessee upwards of 6 inches of rainfall come down in recent days so we have a flood watch in place over this region and any additional rainfall will take a toll across the area. 6 million people dealing with heat invoicesrydices and memphis down to
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105 this evening. >> thank you for that. honda on the hook for $24 million for overcharging minorities. we will tell you how it happened with an "early start" on your money next.
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welcome back. let's get an "early start" on your money. stocks on a winning street. dow climbed 76 points above 18,000 folks. the nasdaq and s&p 500 also higher. investors today looking toward a vote in greece that could secure the country another bailout. earning season has begun. essentially report card for companies so far good for bank
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stocks shares for both jpmorgan rose on their report card for the quarter. we hear from delta airlines and netflix today. and yellin will be talking to congress today so there could be comments about the fed and interest rates. honda will pay $24 million for auto loans the government says discriminated against minorities. the federal government claims that honda's financing division overcharged black and hispanic and asian customers. they paid 150 to 250 more than white borrowers regardless of credit score. the company denied it practiced discrimination but agreed to pay relief to thousands of minority buyers. will online deals be bigger than black friday? what two of the biggest retailers are claiming. amazon launched prime day in honor of its 20th anniversary and they will have blowout sales on thousands of products only
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for prime members. walmart says oh, no. they will will atomic their words, online discounts for everyone as well as lower shipping costs. investors like this. the stock rose 2.2% for amazon and 2.2% for a record high close. "early start" continues right now. ♪ selling the iran nuclear deal to congress and the world. today, president obama begins making his kaycase that the deal will make the world more hopeful, not more dangerous. live team coverage begins right now. welcome back to "early start." i'm christine romans. it is wednesday july 15th. it is 5:00 a.m. in the east. happening now. reaction coming from around the world this morning over that nuclear deal with iran. praise and criticism. now that we know what is in the 109-page agreement. presidents obama and rouhani of

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