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a new take on trade for hillary clinton. the democratic frontrunner coming out against the president's new deal which she advocated in the past. how does this impact the race? ben carson says he would fight back against a would-be mass shooter, but when faced with a criminal with a gun, what did he do? russia unleashing its full arsenal in syria. we are live with the latest. good morning. welcome to "early start."
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i'm michelle kosinski in for christine romans. >> i'm john berman. it is thursday, october 8th. it is 4:00 a.m. in the east. a big split on the white house. hillary clinton now says she opposes a trade deal that she once pushed for as secretary of state. she has now come out against the trans-pacific partnership. a huge 12-nation deal known as tpp for short. obama's team has been negotia negotiatesinegotiatcessity goesh yating for it. now she says it does not meet the high bar she had south to be creating american jobs and lifting wages and advancing national security. >> we have learned about trade agreements in the past for years. sometimes they look great on paper.
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i know when president obama came into office, he inherited some agreements. now we look back on it and it doesn't have what it needs. >> you are saying as of today, this is not something you can support? >> what i know about it as of today, i am not in favor of what i have learned about it. >> the full details have not been released or available which is why she says as of what she knows now. she is in washington, d.c. for a hispanic caucus. clinton joins most democrats in congress and most of her democratic rivals for president in opposing the trans-pacific partnership. it is a disaster of trade
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policies that have led to the loss of jobs. clinton will take on bernie sanders next week at the presidential debate here on cnn. it will be a crucial moment for sanders as he tries to move up in the polls. for the latest, let's go to sunlen serfaty in washington. >> reporter: good morning. there is a lot riding bernie sanders. he is out raising money attracting big crowds and doing well in the polls. this is the first time voters see him facing off with hillary clinton. the campaign is calling this a very important moment for sanders. she understand that and how he approaches handling clinton with her up on stage will be key. i asked bernie sanders how he is approaching that as he preps for this debate. >> you are looking at a candidate who has run in many elections who has never run a negative political ad in my life and i hope to never have to run
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one. you are looking at a candidate who does not go about attacking people personally. i just don't do that. but what i think democracy is about and what i think debates are about is in fact differentiating the differences of opinions we have. that is democracy. that's a good thing. i look forward to a vigorous debate on the issues facing the country. >> reporter: bernie sanders said he is ready for the topics to draw the policy distinctions with clinton over tpp and keystone pipeline and wall street. that is something he will bring to the debate stage. he will have three big campaign rallies over the weekend in
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arizona and boulder and las veg vegas. the campaignend him in with a lot of momentum. >> all of this leading up to tuesday's first democratic debate hosted by cnn and facebook. coverage from las vegas begins at 8:30 eastern. on the republican side, new controversy surrounding ben cars carson. touted carson as a real black president. that from rupert murdock. carson is taking heat over the comments he made last week. one survivor takes offense. he says i am upset he said that. no one could understand what actions they would take unless they lived it. we are learning that ben carson did in fact live through a crime
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involving a gun and apparently according to him, he did not fight back. he told sirius xm, he was held up at a popeye's chicken restaurant in baltimore. >> the guy comes in and puts the gun at my ribs. i said i believe you want the guy behind the counter. >> donald trump is claiming himself a better politician than 2012 candidates who surged atop of the polls and faded just as quickly. trump said he is the outsider who will hang in there. >> for three months, i have been a politician. for three months, we have been number one. they used to say michele bachmann, good woman. we have been there for more than three months. >> rand paul is having a bit of fun with hillary clinton's book.
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she sent all of the republican candidates a copy as a tongue and cheek way of accomplishments. rand paul has now put his copy on e-bay. with a quote get your signed copy of a fiction book. >> good money for that book. the race to replace state house speaker boehner is getting complicated. jason chaffetz is challenging kevin mccarthy. the freedom caucus says it wants to support daniel webster from florida. the freedom caucus has about 40 numbers. that is enough to make things very complicated when the ultimate vote gets to the house floor. a simple majority will carry it inside the republican caucus. i should say the current
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speaker, outgoing speaker john boehner will appear on tonight's show with jimmy fallon. the united states will not cooperate with russia in the fight against isis. ash carter says no cooperation is possible as long as russia continues to strike other targets. russia's ministry admits it has hit isis targets uses cruise missiles. the pentagon confirming two jets had to be diverted to keep a safe distance from russian fighter jets in the same air space. senior correspondent arwa damon is monitoring the latest from istanbul. arwa. >> reporter: good morning. the u.s. might not want to cooperate with russia, but clearly they are going to have to coordinate to a certain degree to avoid any disaster taking place in the skies. the russians hitting multiple
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targeting according from the statements from the defense ministry in raqqah and aleppo. the u.s. and nato and turkey are disputing the fact that russia is targeting isis or al qaeda linked nusra front. the rest are hitting the other rebel groups. do remember that russia is in syria at the request of the syrian government. it does consider all of the groups to be terrorist organizations. one that was hit yesterday according to its leader is one of the more moderate groups according to the leader is backed by the cia. one of the russia strikes, according to him, did take out one of the weapons depots. turkey is concerned over the developments happening next door especially following the air space violations.
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nato prepping for a meeting, secretary-general coming out and saying nato is able and ready to defend all of the allies and saying it is critical at this stage that nato has doubled the size of its response force. >> thanks, arwa. a rare move from president obama. he apologized to the head of doctors without borders. he promised all cooperation with the investigation. this follows saturday's deadly u.s. air strike that killed 22 people at a doctors without borders medical facility in kunduz in afghanistan. >> the president assured dr. lew that the investigation underway would provide a transparent and thorough accounting of the facts. if necessary, the president would implement changes that would make tragedies like this
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one less likely to occur in the future. >> the white house characterized the attack on the hospital as a mistake. despite receiving the apology from president obama, the leader of doctors without borders demanding an independent investigation. and volkswagen of america ceo michael horn is expected to testify on capitol hill today over emissions requirements. horn's prepared testimony, he will talk about the non compliance issue in spring. 2014 and apologize for the software designed to defeat the emissions standards. let's get an early start on your money. alison kosik is here with that. >> good morning to you. we are watching stocks this morning. asian shares falling this morning. shanghai benchmark at 3% after a close. the european shares are looking
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upbeat. the dow had another triple digit rally closing up 122 points. the dow has gained more than 600 points in the past four trading days. earning season is just around the corner. profits are expected to fall. it could cause more volatility in the market. lingers concerns in china and what the fed will do about interest rates. fiat chrysler averted a strike. the uaw says reached a revised deal with the automaker. that stops a strike today that would have affected thousands of workers. union members will have to vote to finalize a deal. that vote happening friday. you are seeing workers looking for a sweeter deal because the auto industry is a bright spot. you want to see the workers get a spot of that. >> the pope francis effect. doing well after he drives one
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it was a painful realization to be met by the families. the coast guard met with the families first to tell them. >> what a great man he was. how proud of them he was. how much we loved him. >> i just want him back. even if it is just his body. i want him back. >> we all do. >> reporter: this effort now will go from searching from survivors to searching for answers. now will come the u.s. navy and ntsb. the navy will be brought in at the end of the week to try to locate the wreckage of the vessel under what could be 15,000 feet of water. they will use submersibles. they will be looking for the voyage data recorder. black box, if you will, of the ship. to do that, it is like an airplane.
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it supposedly has a pinger. it should give off a signal. first they have to listen, then send a submersible down to look and after that, hopefully retrieve that data recorder. there is so much information to help them figure out why this tragedy happened. john and michelle. >> thanks, martin. a milestone in the fight against ebola. the world health organization reporting no new cases last week. the first time that has happened since the outbreak began in march 2013. since then, thousands of people have died in sierra leone and africa. >> that is terrific news. it has taken a lot of work. east coast emerges from the shadow of hurricane joaquin. what is in store for the next few days? you want to hear this. the forecast is next.
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cooler, drier, fall air filters into the east coast as the weekend approaches. let's get to meteorologist pedram javaheri. >> michelle and john, good morning. fall in the air across the great lakes. cool weather beginning to filter in. showers from duluth to alpena. we have flood watches locked if
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place across south carolina as the river level is quite high. look at the before and after images. notice the dam failure we have from satellite imagery. the before image and the dam fails completely. you see water takeover the region. this pattern is a concern in the area because of the flood watches in place. we know the river levels have dropped from the record values of 127 feet in the case across the congaree river. certainly improving conditions. you look to the north, a cold front will cool off significantly. chicago will shoot for 76 today. look at friday afternoon. dropping off into the 50s. 15 to 20 degrees cooler across the region. around portions of the northeast by saturday. mid-70s. 60s come back. overnight temperatures in new york city, down to the 40s by sunday morning. >> all the way down to the 40s.
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thanks. the faa testing new technology in attempt of drone lights of u.s. airports. the system is designed to track the drones and force them to land. no time yet for any rollout of this technology. officials say the growing number of unauthorized drones in the air poses a potential safety and security risk. >> unauthorized or not. that sounds risky. embattled fifa president sepp blatter is facing a suspension. a final decision could be announced today. the 79-year-old sepp blatter is investigated for selling world cup tv rights to a fifa colleague at a reduced price. blatter denies any wrongdoing. and there is joy in wrigleyville tonight. cubs move on in the playoffs. they beat the pirates. shame they had to play each other. they won 4-0 in the n.l. wild
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card game. jake arrieta with 11 strikeouts and giving up four hits. the pirates not touching the ball at all. the benches cleared in the seventh. he got plunged right there. he hit two pirates in the game. nice to see they care. sean rodriguez got tossed. he won't be in the game at that point anyway. this sets up a great rivalry. cubs and cardinals in the division series. that begins on friday. jon lester, former red sox pitcher, now pitches for the cubs. there you go. if you care. the tall stack of political headlines this morning. hillary clinton with a big time policy shift and new comments from ben carson about guns. cnn democratic debate less than a week away. how can we handle all of the excitement? we'll try next.
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a big time shift for hillary clinton. the democratic frontrunner now splitting with the white house. now against a trade deal she once pushed for dozens of times as secretary of state. what does it mean for 2016? that's ahead. ben carson facing charges of hypocrisy days after saying people should take on would-be shooters. he admits to doing the opposite when faced an armed robber. russia now launching cruise
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missiles at syria. this raising the stakes in the conflict as we are getting word this morning of a new ground assault from the syrian regime. welcome back to "early start." i'm john berman. >> i'm michelle kosinski in for christine romans. hillary clinton is splitting with the white house over a trade deal she once pushed for as secretary of state. clinton has come out against the trans-pacific partnership. a 12-nation deal known as tpp for short. clinton did much the same as secretary of state, but that was before it had actually been negotiated. now the agreement has been finalized. clinton tells pbs that it doesn't meet the high bar it once sought. >> we learned a lot about trade agreements in the past years. sometimes they look great on
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paper. i know when president obama came in to office, he inherited a trade agreement with south korea. i along with other members of the cabinet pushed hard to get a better agreement. now looking back on it, it doesn't have the results we thought it would have in terms of access to the markets. >> you are saying you could not support this as of today? >> what i know about it as of today i am not in favor of what i have learned about it. >> clinton is in washington for a hispanic caucus event tonight. president obama is speaking at the same dinner creating the possibility of an awkward moment. the former secretary showing most of the democratic rivals oppose this trade deal. bernie sanders welcomed her change of heart saying this is a as after of policies.
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of course, bernie sanders takes on hillary clinton for the first time head-to-head in the democratic presidential debate here on cnn next tuesday night. this is a crucial moment for bernie sanders. why? although he is leading in new hampshire and closing in on many polls around the country, many people have not had a chance to look at him yet. in washington right now, sanders talked about how he plans to approach the debate. >> you are looking at the candidate who does not go about attacking people personally. i just don't do that. but what i think democracy is about and what i think debates are about is in fact differentiating the opinions we have. that is democracy. that's a good thing. i look forward to a vigorous debate on the most important issues facing this country. >> a vigorous debate.
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again, tuesday night, the very first democratic presidential debate hosted by cnn and facebook. our coverage begins in las vegas at 8:30 p.m. eastern time. >> i like the way you reveal it like a sporting event. >> it's sports and then some. on the republican side, controversy is swirling around ben carson this morning. rupert murdock touting carson as a real black president. that was after pointing to a "new york magazine" story with discontent of president obama among african-americans. this is after carson took heat with the oregon shooting victims saying they should have attacked the shooter. matthew downing tells cnn via facebook, i'm fairly upset he said that. no one can truly understand the actions you would take in a situation unless you lived it. we are learning that carson did in fact live through a similar
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situation and did not fight back. he told sirius xm he was held at gun point at a popeye's fried chicken restaurant in baltimore. >> puts the gun in my ribs. i just said i believe you want the guy behind the counter. >> in that calm way? >> he said, okay. >> donald trump in iowa. he is campaigning there. he has proclaimed himself a better politician than those in 2012 who surged atop of the polls and faded. >> for three months i have been a politician. you know for three months, we have been number one. they used to say maybe michele bachmann, nice woman. she was there for a week. we have been there for three months. >> rand paul having fun with
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hillary clinton's new book. clinton sent all of the republican candidates a signed copy of her book as a way to explain her accomplishments at secretary of state. for rand paul, it may not solve his fund raising issues, but he put his book on e-bay with the note get your own signed copy of a great fiction book. bidding is up over $1,300. the race to replace house majority leader john boehner got more complicated. kevin mccarthy is still the frontrunner with utah's jason chaffetz. now a group is throwing support behind a florida congress member daniel webster. the house freedom cause has 40 members. that is enough clout to deny mccarthy the majority he needs. the outgoing speaker is appearing on the tonight show
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with jimmy fallon. the coast guard suspending search and rescue efforts for the crew of el faro. the decision is a painful one of the families of the 33 people on board to accept. >> i love him. i just want him back. even if it is just his body. i want him back. >> we all do. >> a navy salvage team has been called in to locate the ship which could be miles beneath the atlantic ocean. developing this morning. the syrian military claims it is launching a wide scale offensive. the syrian army chief of staff is crediting russian air strikes with creating military initiative that syria is now
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maintaining. russia's defense minister claimed overnight that it hit isis infrastructure targets in syria. cruise missiles launched. this as the united states says it will not cooperate with russia. u.s. will not cooperate in the fight in syria. the pentagon confirms two u.s. aircraft had to be diverted to keep a safe distance from russia fighter jets in the same air space. we have our correspondent arwa damon live in istanbul. what is the situation on the ground? >> reporter: it could change the situation on the ground. what we have been seeing is the impact of the russian air strikes being fairly at this stage decisive shift to the syrian regime when it comes to
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domination of the battle field although it has not resulted in syrian forces taking over concrete territory. it has resulted in fierce clashes and bolstered the morale of the military. the syrian army chief said that the russian military air strikes diminish the fighting capacity of isis and other terrorist groups. this is very critical because nato, united states and turkey all dispute russia claiming it is targeting isis and al qaeda linked nusra front. syria does consider almost all, if not in their entirety, rebel groups to be terrorist organizations. also have the u.s. saying it will not cooperate with russia
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because clearly the air missions that had to be aboard the united states will have to find some level of coordination. as we are speaking right now, nato defense ministers are holding a very critical meeting with nato secretary-general saying prior to the meeting that nato had a readiness task force. ensuring that nato and allies including turkey, underscore how critical and dangerous the situation is. john. >> arwa damon, a critical situation and one that is changing on the ground with russian troops and i should say syrian troops on the move. an apology from president obama to the head of doctors without borders. the president promised full cooperation in a phone call with
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the president joanne lew after the air strike on the hospital in kunduz. >> the investigation is underly und way. it will provide a full fact finding investigation and full cooperation. >> the white house has characterized the attack on the hospital as a mistake. despite receiving an apology, the president of doctors without borders is demanding an independent investigation. an awkward and embarrassing day head for michael horn on capitol hill. the house energy committee is investigating the voegs volkswa
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cheating issue over emissions. software designed to cheat the emissions standards in the united states. and it is time for an early start on your money. alison kosik joins us this morning. >> good morning. i'm keeping an eye on stocks. stocks in china closing higher after a week-long holiday. european shares are upbeat. shares of deutsche bank are falling. it is bracing for a $7 billion loss in the third quarter. we are watching stock futures in the u.s. they are down a bit. stocks have been on quite a run over the past week. the dow had another triple digit rally yesterday. closing up 122 points. you see what happened in the past four days. dow gained 600 points. today kicks off earnings season after the bell. the bar is set low on how companies performed in the third
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quarter. profits are expected to fallen. worries of china. worries of when and if the fed will raise rates this year. those low expectations mean if you see these companies actually with an unexpected surprise, you could see a relief rally. >> set low expectations so you always beat them. >> nice. stepped up security. doing little to stop attacks by palestinians on israelis. those attacks now expanding beyond jerusalem. we are live next. many wbut hope...ms come with high hopes, doesn't work on wrinkles. neutrogena® rapid wrinkle repair has the fastest retinol formula... to work on fine lines and even deep wrinkles in just one week. neutrogena®.
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despite israeli security crackdown, a wave of violence spreading beyond jerusalem and west bank. a wave of attacks in southern israel and outside tel aviv. the violence escalating, prime minister benjamin netanyahu canceled a trip to germany. let's go to our erin mclaughlin. erin, we keep waiting for a let-up or something to solve this in the near term. that is just not happening. >> reporter: it is not, michelle. violence continued overnight with clashes in the west bank and jerusalem and arab cities throughout israel. this after a brutal day yesterday. at least three stabbings in central and southern israel and
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the old city. we saw the intense clashes in the west bank. israeli military appearing heavy handed. palestinian tv aired live pictures of two palestinian men being beaten by members of the israeli military. as well as members of an undercover unit. the number of injured throughout the west bank and injured palestinians at the least 400 yesterday. people bracing themselves for more violence. meanwhile, a key source of tension is the situation surrounding the site of the noble sanctuary as the temple mount. the police reinstating restrictions at the site. as of tuesday evening, muslim men under the age of 50 not allowed to pray there. they are in place for security
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purposes. the official telling cnn that prime minister benjamin netanyahu has asked members of the government officials to not visit the temple mount or noble sanctuary in a bid to deescalate. >> thank you, erin. the faa taking steps to try to keep rogue drones away from commercial jets. how the faa is taking potential steps to avert disaster. next.
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cooler, drier air. fall air filtering into the east coast this weekend. let's get to meteorologist pedram javaheri. >> michelle and john, good morning. we are watching great lakes and parts of the upper midwest as showers beginning to filter in. i show you this because this is a sign of what is about to develop for the eastern half of the country as cold air filters in. look at cincinnati, 81 degrees. 69 is normal. in much of the country, 10 degrees above average. as the cold front comes in, the temperatures in chicago drop into the 50s. st. louis says good-bye to the 80s. the 60s come back. friday afternoon in new york city, 76. by sunday, we are talking 64. a big time cooling trend.
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widespread frost across new england over the next couple days. something to note with that front, it could spark showers. central georgia will get it, but south carolina could get 1 inch or some of rainfall. we know what is happening in this region. flood watches and warnings. a satellite perspective. you see the after of the tremendous amount of water that rolled over the region. last thing you want to see is rainfall. at this point, it looks minimal. thanks, pedram. that word frost. >> not welcome. >> the faa is testing new technology to detect rogue drone flights near u.s. airports. this is designed to track the drones and forced them to land if needed. officials say the growing number of unauthorized drones in the air poses a potential safety and security risk. you will have to put your drone
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back in the closet. look at this. that is chicago where tonight, this morning, there is joy. cubs moving on in the playoffs. they beat the pirates, 4-0 in the n.l. wild card game. fantastic. it came down to jake arrieta. he gave up four hits. he was simply awesome. there was a moment of tension there because of that. he got hit where? in the back side. it happened early as he hit two pirates batters. that was retaliation. benches cleared. obviously these teams were into the game. the first post season win since 2003. they will face the st. louis cardinals. one of the best rivalries in sports. okay, then. >> it's true. it is all happening. i didn't make that up. >> i have just been doing my
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good morning. i'm alison kosik. let's get an early start on your money. stock futures in the u.s. are down right now. you look at what is happening over the past week. stocks on a great run of past week. the dow had a triple digit rally closing up 122 points. the dow gained more than 600 points over the past four trading days. earnings season may put a wrench in a few things here. we will get a look at the minutes of last month's fed meeting. we are looking for any insight into the plan for the fed will do on interest rates. new chip enabled credit cards are not enough to protect consumers. that is the message from the world's biggest trade group to congress. the cards will not stop breaches and force companies to spend more money on new technology.
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they are safer than the magnetic strip, because they generate a new code. the use of a pin instead of signature is more secure. the problem is, john, it is not required yet to put in the pin. >> europe has been doing it for years. why are we behind? >> i had such high hopes. "early start" continues right now. hillary clinton reverses course. the democratic frontrunner splits with the white house on a trade deal that she once supported. how does this effect the 2016 presidential race? we'll explain. ben carson says he would fight back against a would-be shooter. but when faced with a man with a gun, what does he do? nd

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