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in just hours, pope francis comes to the united states. historic trip that's creating controversy this morning. a flurry of political news overnight. ben carson with new controversial comments on muslims. carly fiorina debuts a softer side and scott walker, he's out. welcome to "early start." i'm john berman. >> i'm christine romans. it is tuesday, september 22nd. the pontiff will fly to
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washington for his first visit to the united states. this is a unique gesture by the president and sign of great importance he is placing on the pope's visit. the white house is trying hard to not take political advantage of the pope. with more on that, here is jim acosta. >> reporter: the white house is going to great lengths to take the politics out of the visit to the u.s. that may be impossible as pope francis and president obama are strong allies as the white house led the charge on same-sex marriage and the pope says climate change is a grave issue with grave implications. the president counted on the pope for the nuclear deal and policy on cuba. with the next election heating up, the white house is trying to
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downplay the issue it is all about politics. here is what the white house press secretary had to say. >> no plan or strategy put in place to stage an event to advance political agenda. >> reporter: some republicans are steamed that the white house is inviting the pro choice advoca advocates. mike huckabee dubbed that a new low which will go down as the most anti-christian in american history. the white house says the pope deserves a diverse audience. >> here is a guess what the pope will say. the flaws of american capitalism. a theme he has stuck to in the 1990s. he wrote a book with a chapter of capitalism. it is good for development, it promotes greed and selfish behavior. he has been critical of how it
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destroyed the environment and he has tweeted inequality is the root of all evil. and overnight, ben carson's position of a muslim in the white house. he stands by the statement, carson did add an exception. >> if someone has a muslim background and they are willing to reject those tenants and accept the way of life we have and clearly we will swear to place our constitution above their religion, they will be considered infidels, but at least i would be willing to support them. >> carson's statements provoked a number of responses from his opponents. >> i don't think that religion should be criteria for being president. there should be an exclusion on
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faith or lack of faith. i know a ton of people that are peaceful muslims that live in the united states that love this country and patriotic americans and serve in the military. the idea that you would think otherwise is really not grounded in reality. >> ben was saying there are difficulties. i think everybody knows what the difficulties are. people want to be politically correct, but there have been difficulties. a lot of people agree with ben. i think ben would agree, though, if properly vetted, the proper people going through an election, i think anybody able to win an election will be fine. >> i don't think that should disqualify you from serving office. whether you are muslim or catholic or anything. if you have radical views and values, you will not get elected in this country.
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>> dr. carson answered critic m criticisms on his facebook page. under islamic law, homosexuals and men and women alike, must be killed. people following other religions will be killed. until these are renounced, i cannot advocate anyone for president. carson will hold two rallies in ohio as well as two conferences. scott walker is quitting the race after he slid in the polls in iowa. walker framed his departure as a move to enhance prospects as thinly veiled next year. >> i encourage other candidates to do the same so the voters can
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focus on a limited number of candidates who can offer a positive, conservative alternative to the current frontrunner. >> dana bash has the latest on walker's withdrawal. >> reporter: it is hard to believe six months ago that scott walker was on top of the national polls. he was winning in iowa in july, but his demise is the case study of the perils of runs in 2016 as a life long politician. donald trump came along and drowned out his message which is he was the guy to fight the conservative fight and actually win. at the end of the day, he had not been an outsider. he was in washington, but in government his whole life. voters don't appear to want that on the republican side. worse for walker were his missteps. sources said he was on too many sides of the same issue. he had trouble answering questions. like syrian refugees.
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he said that was a hypothetical. it came across as wishy-washy. it came across as voters wanted fortitude by candidates. then it was the issue of money. he failed to shine at the first debate last month and the money to the campaign dried up and they could not get it going. it has hard for him to pay the bills. another source told me walker told his aides how can i run a campaign against national debt if i have debt. it wasn't his time. >> he announced he was running and the aflcio said scott walker is a national disgrace. last night, aflcio celebrating. scott walker is a national disgrace. just not national anyway. >> home to wisconsin. a new campaign focus for
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hillary clinton in the campaign swing to the south. she slammed price gouging about the $4,000% hike in the price of one drug. let's get more from correspondent brianna keilar in little rock. >> reporter: good morning, john and christine. hillary clinton made visits to louisiana and arkansas to tout changes she wants to make to obamacare. a way to differentiate herself from others that want to repeal the law and differ herself from obama. she will talk in more detail about the policy prescriptions. on the trip through the south, she slammed republicans who want to get rid of the law all together. >> i was proud to be part of the obama administration when he signed the affordable care act into law. i called him.
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i was going on one of those foreign trips i had to go on as secretary of state. i was excited and i called him and said boy, mr. president, thank you for getting health care passed to help everybody in america. think about it. they all see it. repeal it. get rid of it. why would you repeal something that is working. >> reporter: hillary clinton may be breathing a cautious side of relief. 42% nationally. bernie sanders at 24%. biden at 22%. she has widened her lead there. biden is undecided whether he will get into the race. he talked to "america" catholic magazine. he realizes the timeframe is moving quickly. he says emotionally he may not be able to get there. it is three months since he lost his son beau biden. a mixed signal we are getting coming from his wife, jill.
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she has been someone who is more resistant to the idea of her husband running for president. a recent report said she is on board and amid news of that report, a spokesman for the second lady on the record that she is on board with her husband running for president if he decides to do that and stressing, of course, that he has not made up his mind yet. >> thank you, brianna. the chinese president xi jinping will land in seattle this afternoon to start a seven-day visit to the united states. tensions running high. he will meet with business, technology and aerospace leaders. all while the u.s. threatens sanctions over china over allegations of computer hacking and unfair trade practices. he will be honored on thursday at the white house followed by a major address to the u.n. the white house is shifting focus on war on isis and
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shifting toward syria. the campaign in iraq has stalled. kurdish forces are making advances in syria. complicating the situation russia. russia sent in two dozen more fighter jets to protect the assad regime. carly fiorina showing off her improv singing chops. in an appearance on "the tonight show" she sang about her dog snickers. >> i make up songs. my mother and i used to sing all the time. >> is it dorky? >> dorky? my dogs are not dorky. >> is the singing dorky. i sing to my dog and it is dorky. we all do. ♪ i'm lazy ♪ please don't take a walk with
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me ♪ ♪ i'd rather stay here at home and i want to lie back down ♪ ♪ in my nice warm bed ♪ you're going to have to carry me ♪ >> it not easy to sing on national television. >> she kicks off a three-day swing on charleston and town hall in myrtle beach. 12 minutes past the hour. the kentucky clerk who refused to issue marriage licenses to gay couples brought to tears in her first interview after being out of jail. oks e have som of sea monster in the water hazard here. i believe that's a "kraken", bruce. it looks like he's going to go with a nine iron. that may not be enough club...
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kim davis, the kentucky clerk who became a national lightning rod for refusing to issue same-sex marriage licenses
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tells abc verbal attacks are not who she is. >> i have been called a hypocrite and i have been called things and names that i didn't even say when i was in the world. those names don't hurt me. what probably hurts me the worst -- is when someone tells me that my god does not love me. >> davis said issuing licenses to gay couples would go against her religion. she was jailed this month and released on a judge's order that she do nothing to interfere with her deputies issuing licenses to all eligible couples. james blake met face-to-face with the mayor and police commissioner of new york. this came two weeks after he was
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attacked by an undercover officer. blake said the sit-down was productive and both heard his plea for greater police accountability. >> we are not looking for a quick lawsuit. we are not looking for anything that will be a quick and easy solution. we are looking for a positive impact on the city and police force. >> blake called for the officer to be fired, but monday he said the officer has due process rights. a devastating wildfire burned through more than 1,000 homes in a blaze that is waging north of san francisco. more than 118 square miles of lake county have been torched with the fire 70% contained. nearly 7,000 more homes in the harm's way. a second fire in the sierra area
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is at risk. at least five people have already been killed. there are ten active wildfires in northern california. southern california facing more weather problems as well. let's get to meteorologist pedram javaheri. >> good morning, christine and john. the fire situation across california is improving for parts of california with the large fire and valley fire last week. now 75% contained. incredible to think this particular fire, the top three when it it comes to the most destructive as far as structure damage. valley fire with 1,700 damaged. wet weather maker pushing in from phoenix and east. with heavy rainfall and 6 million people under a flood watch across the region. summer for much of the country is not over. high pressure tries to build. we go above average for the mid section of the country and parts
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of the northeast with the northwest below average. the wet weather confined to the southwest and thunderstorms popping up in and around the southeast from atlanta back to mobile as the storms migrant to tallahassee. the high temperatures not bad. upper 70s from pittsburgh to new york. in the mid-90s from dallas to little rock. thank you, pedram. europe divided over how to handle a flood of migrants and refugees. officials studying a new meeting to solve this crisis. [ male announcer ] eligible for medicare?
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welcome back. eu leaders hoping to get agreement with turkey to stem the flow of migrants into europe. the plan may include a 1 billion euro payment to help turkey cope with the crisis and crackdown on human smugglers. austria stepping up to provide health care and shelter and food before routing them to germany. other eu nations not so hungary. i want to go live to berlin and bring in cnn's atika shubert. atika, we hear about new meetings and discussions about what to do about the migrant flow, it does nothing to stem the fact that there are people right now, thousands of people who are homeless and looking for their final destination. >> reporter: exactly.
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everyone here in the eu seems to agree this is an urgent crisis that needs to be resolved, yet there is no unifying agreement that all 28-eu member nations can agree. hungary in particular saying the focus should be on keeping refugees and migrants out. you can see they are deploying the army and taking more repression measures. they say they will find another way around the wall that it has built. germany wants to focus on resettlement. they want to make countries like hungary and other eastern european nations take in more refugees. hungary says it doesn't want to be bullied in taking in refugees. if anyone is going to make the decisions, it is the hungarian government itself.
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there is a lot of discussion of who should take in refugees and how many and how to register refugees. the fact is there is no consensus. it is unlikely we will get one by tomorrow. >> atika shubert, thank you. still a difficult situation. this is something european leaders said they know this is going to be a multiyear influx of people. pope francis is coming to the united states. he arrives here today. he has never been here before. this is an historic visit. there is some controversy. all the details next.
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history coming to the united states. pope francis arrives here for the first time ever. a trip that is coming with some controver controversy. controversy in the run for president. ben carson would say the only way he would support a muslim for president. carly fiorina shows off a lighter side and scott walker drops out. welcome back to "early start." i'm christine romans. >> i'm john berman. 30 minutes past the hour. a huge day in washington. pope francis arrives in the united states for the first trip ever. flying in from cuba. the pope greeted at joint base andrews by the president, vice president and their wives. a rare formality. a sign of the great importance the president is placing on the pope's visit. now while the pope is one of the world's leading religious
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figures, there are religious overtones. let's get more from jim acosta. >> reporter: the white house is going to great length to take the politics out of the pope's visit. that may be impossible. pope francis and president obama are allies on many as the white house led the charge for same-sex marriage. pope francis softened his stance on gay priests. he slammed trickle down economics. the president counted on the pope for the support of the nuclear deal apparend policy on. the white house is trying to downplay the notion that the trip is all about politics. here is what the white house press secretary had to say. >> no plan or strategy put in place to stage anybody's political agenda.
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>> reporter: some republicans are steamed that the white house is inviting pro-choice advocates to the arrival ceremony at the white house. mike huckabee dubbed that a new low for the administration that will go down as the most anti-christian in american history. the white house insists the pope deserves a diverse audience. >> jim, thank you. ben carson softening his stance against a muslim in the white house. while standing by his statement he would oppose the election of a faithful muslim to the united states. he added one exception. >> someone has a muslim background and they are willing to reject those tenets and accept the way of life we have and clearly will swear to place the constitution above their religion, then, of course, they will be considered infidels. but at least i will be willing
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to support them. >> carson's statements provoked no shortage of response from opponents. >> i don't think that religion should be a criteria for being president. there should be an exclusion based on one's faith or lack of faith, frankly. i know a ton of people that are peaceful muslims that live in the united states that love this country or are patriotic americans and serve in the military. the idea you would think otherwise is really not grounded in reality. >> ben was saying there are difficulties. i think everybody knows what the difficulties are. people want to be politically correct. there have been difficulties. a lot of people agree with ben. i do think ben would agree if properly vetted, the properly people vetted going through an election, i think that anybody that is able to win an election will be absolutely fine.
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>> i personally do not believe your religious denomination should disqualify you from serving in office. that is what the voters decide. i just say this, whether muslim or catholic or anything, if you have radical views and values, you will not get elected in this country. >> carson answered those criticisms on his facebook page. those republicans that take issue with my position are amazing. under islamic law, help sexuc h must be killed. people following other religions must be killed. i know many do not adhere to these beliefs. until these tenets are fully renounced, i cannot back any muslim for president. carson will be in ohio where he is set to hold two news conferences and two rallies. >> let me weigh in on the tweet from mitt romney. every faith adds to our national
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character. one issue of that law. the word law in and of itself is misleading. in the united states, we have law and it is the constitution. everything else is under that. there were 15. an announcement that would have been unthinkable one month ago. scott walker dropped out of the race for president. he plummeted to literally an asterisk in the most recent poll. he asked others to drop out with him. taking a shot at donald trump on the way out. >> i encourage other candidates to consider doing the same so that the voters can focus on a limited number of candidates who can offer a positive, conservative alternative to the current frontrunner.
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>> dana bash with the latest on walker's withdraw. >> reporter: it is had to believe six months ago scott walker was on top of the polls. his demise is the case study of running for president in 2016. donald trump came along and drowned out walker's message. he was the guy who could fight the conservative fight and actually win. because at the end of the day, he had not been an outsider. he was in government his whole life. voters at this point don't appear to want that on the republican side. worse for walker were his own missteps. sources close to him tell me he was on too many sides of the same issue. he had trouble answering questions. for example, what would you do with syrian refugees. he said that was hypothetical. it came across as pandering.
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at the end of the day, it was about money. sources tell me he failed to shine in the first debate last month and the money to his campaign dried up and they could not get it back going again. it was hard for him to pay the bills. another source told me that walker told his aides how can i run a campaign against the national debt if i have campaign debt. it wasn't his time. john and christine. >> scott walker made his name by clashing with the unions. the head of the aflcio put out a scathing statement i have ever heard. scott walker is still a disgrace. just no longer nationally. >> very few words. he announced he was running, the only thing he said was scott walker was a national disgrace. hillary clinton defending obamacare and previewing fixes and tweaks she would make to it.
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she took up the theme of health care in the south. she slammed price gouging by pharmaceutical companies pointing to headlines of a 5,000% hike in the price of an old line parasitic drug. i'll tell you, some of the stocks were moving yesterday. a candidate for president moving the stock market. let's go to brianna keilar in little rock. >> reporter: clinton made visits to arkansas to tout changes to obamacare. a way to differentiate herself from republicans who want to repeal the law and also president obama. she will talk in more detail about the policy prescriptions are later today. on her trip through the south, she slammed republicans who want to get rid of the law all
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together. >> i was so proud to be part of president obama's administration when he signed the affordable care act into law. i was going on one of the foreign trips i had to go on as secretary of state. i called him. i said, mr. president, thank you. thank you for getting health care passed to help everybody in america. think about it. they all say this. repeal it. get rid of it. why would you repeal something that is working to help people. >> reporter: hillary clinton may be breathing a cautious sigh of relief. the latest poll has her at 42% nationally. bernie sanders at 24%. biden at 22%. biden, of course, is still undecided if he will get into the race. he talked to "america" catholic magazine. he realizes a timeframe is
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moving quickly. he said he may not be able to get there. he said it is three months since he lost his son beau biden. a mixed signal we are getting from his wife. she has been someone who is more resistant to the idea of her husband returning for president. a recent report says she is on board and amid news of that report, a spokesman for the second lady said she is on board with her husband running for president if he decides to do that. stressing that he has not made up his mind yet. >> thanks, brianna. wall street is betting hillary clinton is not good for the tech industry. stocks tumbled yesterday after the comments. she called out the drug daraprime. it was recently bought by touring pharmaceuticals.
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it jumped from $14 a tablet to a 5,000% hike. he says it is not profitable and just trying to stay in business. clinton will unveil a plan to rein in drug costs. carly fiorina is running for president and what about improv singing? she apparently sang off the cuff about her dog snickers. >> i have two dogs. snickers and max. my mother and i used to sing all the time. >> is it dorky. >> dorky? my dogs are not dorky. >> is the singing dorky. i sing to my dogs.
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it is dorky. ♪ please don't take a walk with me i'd rather stay at home ♪ ♪ i want to lie back down in my warm bed ♪ ♪ i am sick and you're going to have to carry me ♪ >> that's pretty cute. >> i think it's brave to sing like that. i think she should do it at every campaign stop. today, carly fiorina particular kicks off a three-day swing in charleston and town hall in myrtle beach. the kentucky clerk once jailed for refusing marriage licenses to gay couples breaks down in tears.
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kim davis, the kentucky clerk refusing to issue same-sex marriage licenses told abc in an interview say the remarks do not define who she is. >> i have been called hitler and hypocrite and homophobe. i have been called things and names that i didn't even say when i was in the world. those things don't hurt me. what probably hurts me the worst is when someone tells me that my
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god does not love me. >> davis has said issues licenses to gay couples would violate her conscious. she was jailed earlier this month released on a judge's order that she do nothing to interfere with her deputies issuing licenses to all legally eligible couples. james blake meeting face-to-face with the new york mayor and police commissioner two weeks after he was mistak mistakenly jumped by an officer. blake said the sit-down was productive and they both heard his plea for greater police accountability. >> we are not looking for a quick lawsuit or anything that will be a quick and easy solution. we are looking for lasting and positive impact on the city and on the police force. >> he said he understand the
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police officer has due process while the department goes through the process. the parents of the 14-year-old muslim student pulled him out of the dallas high school after being suspended for bringing a clock to class. his father says his son needs a breather before getting on to another school. momahed will go on a mecca before meeting president obama. the wildfires raging north of san francisco. a fire only 70% contained and nearly 7,000 homes are in its path. the total losses now nearly 1,600. there are ten active wildfires in northern california.
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europe now divided over how to handle the flood of refugees. officials setting a new meeting to try to solve this crisis next.
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eu leaders are hoping to get agreement to stem the flow of migrants in europe. they will meet in brussels this week. the plan may include a 1 billion
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euro payment to help with the crisis. austria is stepping up taking in thousands of refugees providing health care and shelter and food before routing them to germany. other eu nations do not seem welcoming. hungary's parliament is bringing troops. let's go live to cnn's atika shubert. atika. >> reporter: interior ministers are meeting in brussels at this point, but there is no agreement. more than ten hours of meetings yesterday and still no agreement on one proposal. basically what is happening here is the eu is agreed to take in 120,000 refugees, but where do they go? hungary and check zech republic
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saying they cannot take too much. the problem is you cannot force any of the countries to take in refugees. there could be financial penalties for countries that don't take in refugees. this is what they are discussing today. it is unlikely they will get agreement today. however, there will be a summit meeting tomorrow where the eu leaders will meet hoping to get some urgent resolution on this crisis. >> atika shubert for us. so much going on and so many people hoping for answers. ready for your new iphone? >> amazing. >> that's next.
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"early start" continues right now. >> pope francis arrives in the united states today in an historic visit. he has never been here before. it is a trip with some controversy. the race for president shaken up. ben carson defending his comments on muslims. carly fiorina debuts a softer side and sings into the microphone. scott walker drops out. good morning. welcome to "early start." i'm christine romans. >> i'm john berman. tuesday, september 22nd, 5:00 a.m. pope francis arrives in the united states for his first trip ever to the country. flying in from cuba, the pope will be greeted at andrews by the president and vice president and their wives. this is a rare formality. it is a sign of the great importance the president is
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placing on the pope's visit and sign of respect. the pope is one of the world's leading religious figures, there are political overtones. let's get the latest from jim acosta. >> reporter: john and christine, the white house is going to great lengths to take the politics out of the pope's visit. republicans strongly oppose as the white house led the charge for same-sex marriage, pope francis softened the stance. he has slammed trickle down economics. the president counted on the pope as supporter for the iran nuclear deal and policy on cuba. with the next presidential election heating up, the white house is trying to downplay the next that the pope's trip is all about politics. >> you know, there is no plan or strategy that

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