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let's get an early start on your money. pope francis has been a critic of capitalism and greed. he is giving two brands a marketing boost. fiat chrysler and american airlines. he has been getting around in a fiat 500 l and a modified jeep. he is using a plane that american airlines dubbed shepherd i. the ad space would be worth millions of dollars. >> especially the fiat. >> the word fiat has been said more in the american media than ever. "early start" continues right now. >> pope francis waking up any minute now here in new york city. set to speak before the united nations in a few hours. the beginning of a jam packed day in the big apple. china's president wakes up in washington.
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a key meeting with president obama this morning. a big announcement on climate change. good morning. welcome to "early start." i'm christine romans. >> i'm john berman. nice to see you. it is friday, september 25th. 5:00 a.m. in the east. pope francis waking up this morning in the city that never sleep, new york, new york. a few hours from now, he will address the general assembly at the united nations. this comes a day after historic address before a joint meeting of congress. it was there he brought up the issues of climate chge, immigration and the death penalty. vatican officials say the speech at the united nations will cover many of the same topics and social infan injustice and pove. this is stunning. this is fifth avenue, the pope
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coming down the avenue in the popemobile. the crowds were ecstatic. i saw the pope drive up in front of me. the beautiful doors of the cathedral and the choir music came out. it was moving. cnn's alexandra field was there and has more on the pope's day ahead. >> reporter: christine and john, thousands of people from around the world lined fifth avenue trying to catch the glimpse of the pope as he made his way for the prayer service and riding along fifth avenue. so many will follow him. the day starts with the address in english before the united nations. then on to ground zero. after that, the pope plans to make a stop at a school in harlem. from there, a procession through central park before he makes his way to madison square garden. many of these people waiting to
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see the pope in person. from madison square garden, the next leg of the trip is to philadelphia. thank you for that. the big event for the pope's first night in new york is the prayer service at st. patrick's cathedral. francis led prayers in english and he delivered the homily in spanish. he began with a prayer for more than 700 victims of the hajj stampede in mecca. victims he called his muslim brothers and sisters. more than 2,000 people, mostly clergy, saw the pope leave the cathedral. thousands more outside the cathedral hoping to get a glimpse of the holy father. jas jason carroll was among them. >> reporter: these people have been out here since early thursday morning waiting hours to get a glimpse of the pope. these people did not have tickets, but wanted to come to
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fifth avenue. one of the people, heather christopher. her brother is a jesuit priest. he was inside for the service. were y you are here and wanted to come here for the service. >> my heart was pounding. i did not expect to see him in the motorcade. i got to be in the right place at the right time and see him wave. i got a great shot of it. i'm still shaking. >> reporter: this is a pope that seems to speak to so many people. why do you think that is? >> it is not every day you see a man in this position and power that is so humble. i really feel like that is what we need to take away from this. we need to learn to stop judging each other. >> he brings something to the world that the world needs right now. there is so much controversy. let's say gay marriage. this man said who am i to judge. and global warming. he says we need to take care of
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our common home. we have to take care. this man, i heard him in congress today on tv, he has the ability, unique ability to unite and i feel like i'm catholic, but he is transcending the religion. >> i have been waiting a long time. ever since the date was announced he was coming to new york, i had it mked on my calendar. i saw the pope in 2008 with my son. i'm happy and grateful to be here. >> reporter: very good. i know the pope came out at one point and christine and john, he was able to come out and touch folks on fifth avenue. there were thousands of people who came out here. obviously he wasn't able to physically able to touch them all. christine, john. >> jason, thank you for that. breaking news overnight. china will unveil a new cap and trade program to limit carbon emissions. the official announcement comes today at the white house during
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the state visit by chinese president xi jinping. officials say this is a big step forward in the battle of climate change. for the first time, chinese companies will bear a cost for emitting carbon into the environment. the chinese and u.s. presidents will discuss chinese military operations and advances in the south china sea and cyber hacking. let's get the latest from jim acosta. >> reporter: john and christine, it may not be on the same level of pomp and circumstance surrounding pope francis, but the white house is planning a warm welcome for chinese president xi. he will have a ceremony with a 21-gun salute. in the evening, a state dinner in xi's honor. we hear lobster will be served. last night, president obama and president xi had a private dinner at the blair house across the street from the white house. putting aside the social schedule, officials at the white house have made it clear they are alarmed over what the chinese are doing in cyberspace
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and the obama administration is not publicly blaming beijing for the data tacking of millions of federal employees. chinese companies are considered prime suspects. the white house is holding off sanctions until after xi's visit is finished. they are going to continue to work on cyber agreements and discuss the china military build up in the south china sea. president obama has his hands full, in addition to the pope francis visit, president obama is gearing up for the visit with vladimir putin. john and christine. thank you, jim. more major news this morning. we learned that president obama and russian leader vladimir putin will meet face-to-face at the united nations. the two leaders have not seen each other in nearly a year and have not met formally in two
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years. the white house said putin was desperate for the sit down with the president. the two sides disagree on the agenda. they disagree of what they'll talk about. the russians say we will talk about the crisis in syria. >> for whatever reason, it was important for the white house to point out it was putin who asked for the meeting. they went out of their way. u.s. officials claim russian fighter jets are flying in syrian air space. they say u.s. satellites are picking up activities and detecting russian drones. the white house says there are no isis targets in the area. they have serious question s about what the russians are doing. republican leaders are moving head with the series of bills to avoid a shutdown next week. mitch mcconnell scheduled a vote two days before the end of the
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fiscal year. all federal funding will be extended until the end of the year including planned parenthood. john boehner is not willing to say if he is going to hold a vote on a spending bill that includes planned parenthood. european and asian shares are mostly higher this morning. u.s. stock futures are looking up. it could be a good end to what is a tough week for stocks. the federal reserve warning about slowing global growth. yesterday, the fed chief janet yellen said the fed made the right call of not raising rates. she defended her decision. she said an interest rate hike is coming later this year. she had a brief health scare. she is said to be fine. apple enthusiasts. for you it is official. iphone 6s. people lining up to get one.
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our will ripley has interviewed joo a few months ago. will is back in pyongyang to give us the very latest. good morning, will. >> reporter: hi, john. the timing of this is interesting. we have been reporting in north korea for the last week. days ago, i asked government officials if they had any information about the status of joo won-moon's case. he is the student from nyu, but a permanent resident of the united states. hego crossed illegally into the country. we have not heard anything about him until this press conference here in pyongyang. i want to read a quote what have he said in front of the state media here and other agencies here. quote, i have not had the opportunity of contacting my %-p. i'd like to tell my family i am
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pope francis waking up in new york just hours from a speech before the united nations. the beginning of a jam packed day. tensions high at the white house this morning. the stakes high. china's president meets with president obama. what will they discuss? climate change, cyber security. so much more. >> stakes are high, but they are having lobster. >> it's true. a statement and a bad joke. i'm john berman. >> i'm christine romans with your bad jokes on "early start." 30 minutes past the hour. pope francis wakes up in new
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york city set to address the united nations security council. he will address the joint session of congress and that speech touched on climate change and death penalty. his speech will touch on climate change and he will add poverty and social injustice. the pontiff had huge crowds on fifth avenue. >> i was 20 feet away from this picture right now. the pope in the popemobile down fifth avenue. fifth avenue with the posh stores on either side and the pope who wants to be humble and speaking about the poor and poverty coming down this lavish avenue. a beautiful sight. very moving. >> cnn's alexandra field has more on the pope's day ahead. >> reporter: christine, john, thousands of people from all around the world lined fifth
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avenue trying to catch a glimpse of the pope as he made his way to the prayer service and left riding along fifth avenue. so many will follow him along the city. the day starts with the address in english before the united nations. then it is on to ground zero. after that, the pope plans to make a stop at the school in harlem. from there, a procession through central park before he makes his way to madison square garden before thousands of people. many of them waiting a lifetime to see a pope in person. many of them particularly wanting to hear pope francis as he makes the address. from madison square garden, the next leg of the trip is to philadelphia. >> thank you, alexandra. the big event is the evening prayer service at st. patrick's. beautifully restored after the $177 million renovation. francis led prayers in english and delivered the homily in
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spani spanish. he began the prayer with the 700 victims of the hajj stampede. the clergy were inside for the service. thousands more stood outside hoping to catch a glimpse of the holy father. cnn's jason carroll has more. >> reporter: these are some of the people who have been here ever since very early on thursday morning waiting hours to get a glimpse of the pope. these are the folks who did not have tickets, but wanted to come to fifth avenue to get a quick look. one of the people, heather christopher. her brother is a jesuit priest. he was inside for the service. you were here outside. you were saying you wanted to come out here and feel the energy. what was it like? >> it was amazing. my heart was pounding. i didn't expect i would actually see him in the motorcade. i got to be in the right place at the right time and see him
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and wave. i got a great shot of it. it was just -- i'm still shaking. >> reporter: this pope seems to speak to so many. why do you think that is? >> it is not every day you see a man in this position and power that is humble. i feel like that's what we need to take away from this. we need to learn to stop judging and embracing each other. >> he brings something to the world that we need. there is so much controversy. let's say gay marriage. he said who am i to judge. let's say global warming. he says we need to take care of our common home. we have to take care and this man, i heard him in congress today on tv, he has the ability, unique ability to unite. i feel like i'm catholic, but i feel he is transcending the religion. he is uniting people across ideological divides. >> i have been waiting a long time since the date was announced he was coming to new york. i had it marked on my calendar.
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i saw the pope in 2008 with my son. i'm happy and grateful to be here. >> reporter: i know the pope came out and at one point, john and christine, he was able to reach out and physically touch folks who came here on fifth avenue. again, there were thousands of people who came out here. obviously he wasn't able to touch them out, but he is touching them in many other ways. john, christine. thank you. breaking overnight. china will unveil a new cap and trade program to limit carbon emissions. the announcement will come from the white house today with the visit with president obama and president xi jinping. for the first time, chinese companies will bear a cost for emitting carbon emission in the environment. the two presidents will discuss the advances in the south china
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sea and cyber hacking and intellectual properties ignored. just not fair for the companies not getting a stake in the market. let's get more from jim acosta. >> reporter: it may not be on the same level of pomp and circumstance surrounding the visit of pope francis, but the white house is planning a warm welcome for president i. the white house will have an arrival ceremony later this morning. later on this evening, a state dinner in xi's honor. we hear lobster will be served. we heard that the president xi and president obama had a dinner across the street at blair house. the obama administration is not publicly blaming beijing for the hacking of data belonging to federal employees, chinese entities are privately considered prime suspects. the white house says it is holding off on any new sanctions until after xi's visit is
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finished, but both promise and president xi are working on some cyber agreement and discussing the military build up in the south china sea. president obama has his hands full this week with the pope francis visit and the historic meeting on monday with vladimir putin. something that has not happened in a couple of years. john and christine. we have more major diplomatic news. we learned that president obama and vladimir putin will meet face-to-face monday at the united nations. they have not seen each other in nearly a year. they have not met formally in nearly two years. the white house for some reason stressing it was putin who sought the meeting. very important to the white house to point this out. they claim he was quote desperate for a sit down with the president. the two sides disagree on the agenda for the meeting. the white house says the focus is on the russian incursion in
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eastern ukraine. >> maybe they can talk about both. interesting the white house wants to point out it is their request. russian fighter jets flying in syrian air space and turning off the transponders. u.s. satellites are picking up activity and russian drones. no isis targets are in the area. there are serious concerns about the move behind the military build up. 38 minutes past the hour. time for an early start on your money. looking for a good end to the tough week. european and asian shares are up. volkswagen shares are up a bit. vw expected to name a new ceo this morning. there are meetings right now. of course, vw mired in a growing emissions scandal. apple enthusiasts, it's official. iphone 6s is here. people lining up to get one.
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breaking news this morning. a new york university student detained after entering north korea was ate news conference this morning. joo won-moon says he is healthy. whether it is a sign he will be released is unclear. cnn's will ripley interviewed joo a few months ago. he is following the story closely. >> reporter: good morning, christine. joo won-moon said he traveled illegally into north korea to satisfy his curiosity. he has not had contact with his loved ones. he is uncertain about his future. after several months of the silence, since our interview with him back in early may, a
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couple of weeks after he was detained here in north korea, now we are getting some information about how he is doing. he says he is doing well. he said i have not had the opportunity of contacting my family, but i hope to be home soon. i would like to tell my family and loved ones i am well and healthy and hope to be home soon. north korea has a national holiday in a couple of weeks. the october 10th foundation day celebration. the anniversary of the party that rules north korea and kim jong-un. north korea has a track record of releasing inmates and detainees. north korea has not said if won-moon will be released. in the past, when people have been put before the cameras, they are then either put on trial or let go. we will continue to follow what happens here in north korea. >> will, let me ask you.
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he is a resident of the united states and nyu student. he is a south korean citizen. why did he go to north korea in the first place? >> reporter: it is interesting. at his press conference, he said it was to satisfy his curiosity. he said he crossed over illegally after a semester off from nyu because he wanted an event to happen. when i asked about specifics about what he hoped would happen, he said he hadn't thought about it. what he is saying now is he was a curious college student. the north korea government took him to the grand people's study house. they had him speak with north korean college students. he said they told him he was not an enemy to them. apparently north korea is using him to speak to college students and putting him before the cameras. we have to see what happens next. >> will, thank you.
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a few hours from now, pope francis addresses the general assembly at the united nations. our chris cuomo is there for a preview of that and what is coming up on "new day." chris. >> john, christine, i have to tell you we keep saying history. we keep saying moments. i lived in this city my entire life. i never had a feel like the one we had already knowing that pope francis would be here. let alone when he does get here. we are at the u.n. he is literally going to address the world. all of the problems as he sees them have their source and their solution in this assembly of world leaders. there will never been more of them in assembly than today. we had a chance to get more reporting and deeper and closer to pope francis and his support system in terms of what they want here. they realize the moment, john and christine. they say history is not just a simple continuum.
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pope francis has never thought more about what to say than what he is doing today. we will take this on and take a look at the race of 2016 in terms of how the change is happening before our eyes. dynamic is shifting. leaders are shifting. donald trump is shifting. we will take you through it this morning. >> looking forward to the speech, chris. stick around for that. thanks, chris. a new investigation launched into the deadly stampede near mecca. more than 700 people killed. we are live with details next. take zzzquil and sleep like... you haven't seen your bed in days. no, like you haven't seen a bed in weeks! zzzquil. the non habit-forming sleep aid that helps you sleep easily, and wake refreshed. because sleep is a beautiful thing. you forgot the milk! that's lactaid. right. 100% real milk, just without the lactose. so you can drink all you want...
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the death toll is rising in saudi arabia this morning. more than 700 people were killed in a stampede during the hajj, the pilgrimage to mecca. nearly 900 injured in the crush there. king solomon demanding review of the protocols. let's get the latest from the cnn correspondent damon daarwa . arwa, the pictures are horrible. >> reporter: they are difficult to look at and the sheer number of casualties. the saudi authorities are putting together a committee and trying to investigate this to pinpoint what went wrong.
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what we do know is the stampede occurred at an intersection of two of the smaller routes used by pilgrims to get in and out of an area near the city of mena. this is the ritual where the stoning of the devil takes place. where pilgrims throw small rocks at three pillars symbolizing the rejection of the devil. over the last few years, since 2006, that's when last such stampede occurred in the same vicinity that left 300 people dead. saudi arabia has then poured upwards of $1.2 billion into expanding the different venues that are used. especially focusing on this particular area. trying to create larger passage ways for the pilgrims. creating a complicated complex of intertwining roads and
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overpasses to try to ease the pressure that exists at the different points along the way. we are talking about 2 to 3 million people trying to carry out this sacred ritual. for many, john, this is a journey of the lifetime. they come from around the world and villages that don't necessarily have electricity. they save their entire lives for the ritual which is one of the key five pillars of islam. for the 700 plus that were killed and those wounded, what should have been a spiritual journey did end in tragedy. a lot of questions asked to make sure this does not happen again. >> so many people in one place. arwa damon, thank you. >> the very beginning of the pope's message yesterday, he brought up the 700 victims and called the victims his brothers
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i'm christine romans. futures are up this morning. the big story is pope francis and his visit. he has been a critic of capitalism and greed. this week, he is giving two brands a marketing boost. american airlines and fiat. he has been getting around in a fiat 500 l and a jeep wrangler. he is using a plane that american airlines is dubbing shepherd i. equal ad space is worth millions of dollars. pope francis and the fiat. traveling to the united nations in just a few hours. "new day" starts right now. >> pope francis waking up in new york. >> the city still buzzing with
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the arrival of pope francis. >> taking that small motorcade through central park to some 80,000 people. >> the address to the united nations. >> he continually repeats the fact he, too, is an immigrant. >> how much influence does he have? >> if there is anything true about pope francis, he is close to the people. marco rubio is like a kid. he shouldn't be running in this race. >> he is very thin skinned. very sensitive to criticism. >> i think trump is vulnerable. i think he had a poor performance. >> it is part of what it takes to be in the arena. you have to be able to take criticism. >> announcer: this is "new day" with chris cuomo and alisyn camerota and michaela pereira. >> good morning. welcome to "new day." 6:00 in the east. you see alisyn and michaela in new york.
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we are about to witness the u.n.'s gathering. one man is the reason why they will be here. pope francis. he is the fourth pope to speak before the u.n. none faces a moment of crisis like this. we are told the we had told the pope is aware and has never given more attention than what to say than he has for this trip and this day. approach to war, neglect the migrants, the clip, all of these problems find their source and their solution in the room the pope will address. guess what, this is only his first stop today. the 78-year-old pope has shown amazing resilience thus far. he'll crisscross the big apple, stops at the 9/11 memorial, he'll visit a harlem school. he's leading a procession through the park and celebrate mass at madison square garden tonight. when he got here last night, this city exploded with enthusiasm when he arrived. the city was on lockdown. you know what, no o

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