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he also says he has created jobs as a businessman and will do it on a bigger scale. how many jobs has he created? cnn money finds 34,000 jobs to trump. his organization has 22,000 employees and more jobs created through a multiplier effect. in the hotels and restaurants. 34,000 is the math on donald trump. >> glad you have the numbers. "early start" continues right now. >> donald trump pledging his loyalty to the republican party. he tells cnn what it is that changed his mind. joe biden candid and emotional about the possibility of running for president. what he says needs to happen first. a kentucky clerk behind bars for refusing gay couples the right to marry. the presidential candidates, some of them, rallying behind
her cause. good morning. welcome to "early start." i'm christine romans. >> i'm alison kosik. it is friday, september 4th. donald trump declaring his allegiance to the republican party and pulling further ahead in the polls after declaring he would not sign a loyalty pledge, trump did exactly that. why the sudden about face? >> the best way for the republicans to win is if i win the nomination and go directly against whoever they happen to put up and for that reason, i have signed the pledge. >> okay. look at this. look at the latest monmouth university poll. 30% is a new high for trump. for more on his decision to embrace the republican party, we turn to cnn's correspondent dana bash. >> reporter: i have covered politics for a long time and i have never quite seen an event
like what happened at trump tower. that is the chairman of a party flying from washington to go to the home turf of a candidate for president in order to convince him to sign a pledge to be a member of that party. this is the world of donald trump. of course, all of this is happening because trump is relatively new to the gop. he is doing extremely well. he has the highest poll ratings nationally. republicans have been worried if he doesn't get the nomination, he could take the supporters he has and bolt the gop and run as independent and hand the white house to the democrats. the republicans have been quietly trying to talk to trump and try to convince him to cajole him to get him to make this promise to stay in the gop. different response from last month in the debate where he would not make that pledge. i asked what changed and what
makes him sign it now when he would not do it a few weeks ago. listen. >> what changed over the past several weeks? >> well, i think the big thing, dana, that's changed and it has been obvious to all, number one, after i announced, we went up like a rocket ship. the thing that changed is i went to the number one place quickly after i signed. i went early to number one and the rnc has treated me with great respect. >> reporter: to be clear, this is not legally binding at all. he doesn't have to stick to it. still, he said, he doesn't see a circumstance where he would tear up the pledge. donald trump, of all people, knows how unpredictable politics is and we now how unpredictable donald trump is. thank you, dana. donald trump tripped up thursday by radio talk show host hugh
hewitt. confusing with the middle eastern military force with the kurds. he admitted he does not know the difference between hezbollah and hamas. >> i'm looking for the next commander is to know who al baghdadi is. do you know the players without the scorecard? >> no, honestly, by the time we get to office, they will all be changed. you knew you would ask me things like that. i'll hopefully find general douglas mcarthur in the pack. i'll find whoever it is. they are all changing. those are history questions. do you know this one. do you know that one. >> i don't believe in "got ya'" questions. >> first day in office or before then. the day after the election, i'll
know more about it there you. >> the difference between hezbollah and hamas does not matter to you, but it will? >> i will know more about it than you know and believe me, it won't take me long. >> jeb bush talking tough about donald trump. he claims trump is too pessimistic to run the country and insisting the republicans will lose the 2016 election if he gets the nomination. bush says he will not stand by when trump attacks. >> i'll push back when he says things are ugly and damage our brand and ability to be successful. i'll fight back. i won't participate in some reality tv show. i'll stay true to my beliefs. look, i'm not personalizing this. i'm not personalizing this. >> bush claims trump is trying
to insult his way to the white house and is preying on people's fears. vice president joe biden says he will not hesitate to run for president, but there are two factors that could stop him. biden speaking in atlanta at a synagogue. he has to be confident to build a strong campaign to raise enough money and he has to be sure he and his family are up to it. >> the most relevant factor in my decision is whether my family and i have the emotional energy to run. unless i can go to my party and the american people and say that i am able to devote my whole heart and my whole soul to this endeavor, it would not be appropriate. hillary clinton's former deputy chief of staff at the
state department set to face the house select committee on benghazi today. jake sullivan is expected to be questioned about the 2012 attacks on the u.s. mission in libya and the use of the private server. on thursday, cheryl mills said no work related e-mails have been destroyed to keep them from the public eye. marco rubio and hillary clinton will campaign in puerto rico today. whoever wins its primary is likely to gain support among puerto rico voters in florida and new york. some candidates are rallying behind jailed kentucky clerk kim davis. she was ordered to jail on thursday for failing to issue marriage licenses despite going to the supreme court. some of the presidential
candidates ted cruz and rand paul are calling her imprisonment criminal. >> i stand with her and anyone else for trying to persecute her. this is wrong and inconsistent with the constitution. >> what will happen is states and localities will opt out of the marriage business. her religious conviction is this is not the marriage she approves of. >> take a look at the tweet from mike huckabee. former arkansas governor asking voters to sign a free kim davis petition. this is from rick santorum. the former pennsylvania senator tweeting we should not have to choose between keeping our job and practicing our faith. congress and states must pass first amendment defense act now. at least three gop candidate, chris christie and lindsey graham and carly fiorina say davis is obligated to carry out the law as a government employee. she is obligated to carry out
the law despite her personal objects. >> this is interesting. kim davis could have stayed out of jail. the judge told her she could go free if she gave her deputy clerks permission to issue licenses. davis consulted with her attorneys and refused. we get more now from cnn's alexandra field in ashland, kentucky. >> reporter: kim davis is refusing to issue licenses ever since the supreme court made a ruling earlier this summer making same-sex marriage part of the law of the land. davis was forced to appear in the court this summer where she was ordered by a judge to issue those marriage licenses. she has not complied. she is appealing the case. in the meantime, she refusing to issue licenses. brought back to the same federal courthouse in kentucky, the judge ruled she was in contempt of court. he ordered her remanded to the custody of the u.s. marshal. that surprised many in the courtroom expecting davis would
be fined. judge said that would not be enough to compel her to follow his orders. while davis is now in jail, the judge called six of her deputy clerks to the stand. five of them have now agreed to issue marriage licenses for rowan county. an attorney representing kim davis was brought back into the courtroom. he said davis would not authorize the clerks to do that. given that, the judge said that kim davis will have to remain in jail and the deputy clerks can begin to issue licenses to all couples, same sex and opposite sex couples as early as this morning. thank you. it looks like a tough end to the week for stocks. european stocks and u.s. stock futures are lower. this could change depending on the august jobs report. economists surveyed predicts 207,000 jobs added last month. that is in line with the solid gains we have seen this year. unemployment expected to tick
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run for president. a kentucky clerk behind bars for refusing to allow gay couples to marry. the support she is getting from some candidates. welcome back. i'm christine romans. nice to see you this friday morning. let's begin with trudonald trum. he pledged allegiance to the republican party. he is pulling further ahead in the polls. after declaring he would not sign a gop loyalty pledge, the front running trump did sign one. why the about face? >> the best way for the republicans to win is if i win the nomination and go directly against whoever they happen to put up. for that reason i have signed the pledge. >> okay. look at the latest monmouth university poll. 30%. a new high for trump. for more on his decision to embrace the republican party,
let's turn it over to correspondent dana bash. >> reporter: i have covered politics for a long time. i have never seen an event like what happened at trump tower. the chairman of a party flying from washington to go to the home turf of a candidate for president in order to convince him to sign a pledge to be a member of that party. but this is the world of donald trump. of course, all of this is happening because trump is relatively new to the gop and he is doing extremely well. he has the highest poll ratings so far nationally. republicans have been worried that if he doesn't get the nomination he could take the supporters he has and bolt the gop and run as an independent and hand the white house to the democrats. the republicans have been quietly trying to talk to trump and try to convince him to cajole him and get him to make this promise he will stay in the
gop. it would be different response from last month in the debate where he would not make that pledge. i asked what makes him sign it now when he would not do it a few weeks ago. >> what changed over the past several weeks? >> well, i think the big thing, dana, that's changed, and it's obvious to all. number one, after i announced we went up like a rocket ship. i think the thing that changed is the fact i went to the number one place quickly after i signed. the biggest thing is i went early to number one and the rnc has treated me with great respect. >> reporter: to be clear, this message is not legally binding at all. he doesn't have to stick to it. still he said that he doesn't see a circumstance where he would tear up the pledge. donald trump knows how unpredictable politics is. >> dana, thank you. trump a little tripped up by
radio host hugh hewitt. confusing the iranian military force with the middle eastern kurds. trump admitted he not know the difference between hezbollah and hamas. >> i'm looking for the next commander in chief to know who asralla is and al jumani and al baghdadi. do you know the players without a scorecard? >> i knew you would ask me this. there is no reason. i will hopefully find general douglas mcarthur in the pack. i will find whoever it is i'll find. they are all changing here. those are history questions. do you know this one? do you know that one? >> i don't believe in "got ya'"
questions. >> that is a "got ya'" question. i'll know more about it than you will ever know. >> i hope so. so the difference between hezbollah and hamas does not matter to you yet, but it will? >> it will when it is appropriate. i will know more about it than you know. it won't take me long. jeb bush talking tough about donald trump. he believes trump is too pessimistic to run the country. insisting the republicans will lose the election if trump gets the nomination. bush says he will not stand idly by. >> i will push back when he says things that are ugly and damage our brand and damage our ability to be successful. when he attacks me personally or disparages my family. i will not participate in some reality tv show. i'll stay true to my beliefs.
i'm not personalizing this. i'm not personalizing it. it doesn't have to do with him. >> bush claims trump is trying to quote insult his way to the white house and that trump is simply preying on people's fears. vice president joe biden says he will not hesitate to run for president, but there are two factors that could stop him. biden speaking at a synagogue in atlanta. said he has to be confident to build a strong campaign to raise enough money and he has to be sure he and his family are up to the challenge. >> the most relevant factor in my decision is whether my family and i have the emotional energy to run. but unless i can go to my party and the american people and say that i am able to devote my whole heart and my whole soul to
this endeavor, it would not be appropriate. hillary clinton's former deputy chief of staff set to face the house committee on benghazi today. jake sullivan is the foreign policy adviser for the campaign. he is expected to be questioned behind closed doors about the 2012 attack libya. on thursday, cheryl mills told lawmakers no work related e-mails have been destroyed to keep them from the public eye. clinton and marco rubio will campaign today in puerto rico. puerto rico does not vote for president, but whoever wins primary is likely to gain puerto rican support in new york and florida. some of the republican candidates rallying behind jailed kentucky clerk kim davis. davis behind bars ordered to jail on thursday for failing
repeatedly to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples. court rulings against her from top to bottom. some of the candidates like rand paul and ted cruz in particular calling her imprisonment criminal. >> i stand with her and anyone else that the government is trying to persecute for standing up for their faith. this is fundamentally wrong. it is inconsistent with the first amendment of the constitution. >> i think what will happen as a rule of this, states and localities will opt out of the marriage completely. her heart felt conviction is this is not the marriage she approves of. >> this is a tweet from mike huckabee, former arkansas governor, asking voters to sign a free kim davis petition. insisting religious liberty is not a crime in america. this from rick santorum. tweeting we should not have to choose between keeping our job and practicing our faith.
at least three gop candidates, chris christie and lindsey graham and carly fiorina say davis is obligated to carry out the law as a government employee despite her personal religious objections. kim davis could have stayed out of jail. the judge in her case told her she could go free if she gave her deputy clerks the permission to issue the licenses. davis consulted with her attorneys and she refused to do that. we have more from alexandra field in ashland, kentucky. >> reporter: davis has refused to issue marriage licenses after since the supreme court ruled earlier this summer making it part of the law of the land. davis was forced earlier this summer to issue the marriage licenses. she has not complied. she is appealing the case. she has continued to refuse to issue licenses. brought back to the same federal
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emotion here in fox lake. investigators are working around the clock. one woman has been charged with the idea she falsified a police report saying she saw two suspects. now police cleared that up, they got a piece of solid information. they believe there is home surveillance that may have caught three suspects running nearby. that video has been turned over to homeland security. meanwhile, more than 100 tips have come into the tip lines and two investigators are working just on e-mails and tip line phone calls. all of this, they believe, will help them maybe catch the people involved in the vicious killing. ryan young for us, thank you. let's see what is coming up on "new day." good morning, alisyn camerota. >> was the exchange between hugh hewitt and donald trump a "got ya'" game? we will debate that with our guests. and trump pledges loyalty to
the republican party. what was that about? we will ask the rnc and rick santorum. and the kentucky county clerk is behind bars this morning for refusing to issue same-sex marriage licenses on religious grounds. did the judge make the right call? we will show you that at the top of the hour. >> we will talk to you soon. thank you, alisyn. 45 minutes past the hour. a migrant crisis exploding in europe. leaders not agree how to solve it. that leaves families stranded homeless in the streets. we are live with the latest developments.
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you. migrants were told to board trains, but instead herded into camps in budapest. we have frederik pleitgen in budapest this morning. this is utter devastation. what folks have escaped and trying to finish the last leg of the journey. they are stymied there. >> reporter: they get through austria. they are stuck here on the train outside budapest. they were told on thursday they could board trains here. however, they are stuck here. they are on the outskirts of budapest. they have been stopped there. police came on board and told these people they had to register in camps here. now they are stranded.
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move. donald trump soaring to new heights in the polls, but getting tripped up in a new interview. fair game or got ya'? "new day" starts now. >> i have signed the pledge. >> no legal standing. >> he is running as a third party would be throwing a hand grenade. >> that is a got ya' question. >> i'm sure he will bone up on this now. vice president joe biden candid and emotional about running forme president. >> can i do it? i don't know. tom brady, still perfect. >> he deserved this vindication. >> it was a witch hunt against brady. the standoff going on. conditions on board the train are obviously deteriorating by the minute this train is not allowed to move forward. >> announcer: this is "new day" with chris cuomo and alisyn
camerota and michaela pereira. >> good morning. 6:00 in the east. john berman is in for chris today. michaela is on assignment. we begin with donald trump. political insiders saying trump stumbled when asked about foreign policy questions in a radio interview. this as trump hits new highs in the national poll. he officially promises not to run as a third party candidate. >> and vice president joe biden gave his most revealing comments yet about whether he will jump into the race for president. he said he is ready for the challenge, but family will ultimately decide. we are following the latest political developments beginning with correspondent joe johns. >> reporter: >> reporter: john, another trump relations victory going to trump's office in new york to get him on the team. it was last month trump said he
would not pledge allegiance to the republican nominee. for now, the billionaire businessman is on board. the pledge is not legal but it gives the republican establishment assurance he won't launch a third party run if he loses the nomination. >> i have signed the pledge. >> reporter: trump, promising not to run and gaining a political benefit for himself. >> i will be totally pledging my allegiance to the republican party. >> reporter: the move means trump would have the backing of all gop candidates if he wins the nomination. it could combat an angle by jeb bush like in this ad depicting trump and hillary clinton on two sides of the same coin. >> under democratic