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i cannot get into the gaming. >> i shoot them up in the middle of the night. candy doesn't do anything. "early start" continues right now. new clues in the deadly russian jetliner crash. what caused the plane to go down as families mourn the 224 killed on board. live team coverage just ahead. the gop debate revolt falling apart, crumbling. republicans running for president fail to agree on demands for future network debates. now president obama is weighing in with humor. welcome to "early start." i'm alison kosik. >> i'm miguel marquez. it is 5:00 a.m. in the east coast. progress in the search for the cause of the flight 9268. a heat flash over the sinai peninsula. the flash coming at the same
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time the russian passenger jet on its way from egyptian resort to st. petersburg, russia, plummeted to earth, killing all 224 people on board. experts say the flash is significant, but by itself does not prove or disproved claims this was a terror attack. for the latest on the investigation, let's bring in cnn's ian lee in cairo. ian, what is the shape of the investigation? so many players involved. >> reporter: that's right. if we look at all of the different people involved, we have a team from france and germany and ireland here helping the egyptians. you have the russians involved. they are looking right now at the black boxes trying to determine what they can say about the final moments of this flight and what can lead to this. right now, we are hearing from officials. they are still saying that this was a mechanical issue. they have not ruled out terrorism, but they are
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downplaying it right now. this despite metrojet doesn't believe a mechanical issue could cause the plane to go down. we are looking at the heat signature that was detected over the sinai peninsula. that could have been a number of things. a number of theories are brought up now. potential missile which is the most unlikely as isis is not known to possess the abilities to have that missile to hit a plane traveling over 30,000 feet. you have a potential for a bomb exploding. officials on the ground investigating have not detected any residue that leads to that. there is still a lot more wreckage to go through. there is an engine that could have exploded due to a mechanical issue or it could have been the plane hitting the ground which when you look at the video of the wreckage, you do see the scarred parts of the plane. this does open a lot more theories, which investigators are going to go through.
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many of the bodies of those who died in the crash have been returned to russia. officials are also looking at the bodies for clues to the crash. right now, russian officials and egyptian officials urging people not to jump to conclusions about what caused this plane to go down. >> ian lee for us in cairo. thank you. overnight, a second plane carrying human remains from the crash arrived in russia. a medical source in the sinai tells cnn that most of the bodies retrieved from the wreckage are in tact and show no signs of burns. president putin describing it as enormous tragedy and his thoughts are with the families of the victims. in st. petersburg for us is diplomatic editor nic robertson. so many grieving for their loved ones killed in the crash.
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are they reacting at all about the speculation of what may have brought the plane down? >> reporter: well, we are just had a reaction on that from president putin's spokesperson. he said very clearly now that there is no link to terrorism. he says there is unwarranted and unneeded and inappropriate speculation drawing any connection with russia's actions in syria and downing of this flight. it seems coming from the very top now they are trying to put an end to the notion this could be an act of terrorism. what he does go on to say this needs to be fully and properly investigated and everyone should hold back on the speculation until the investigation is complete. that is the message here. at the same time, the families are not far from the airport and visiting a morgue. 196 bodies now returned. another 52 of those arrived on a flight early this morning.
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it is a slow and very, very difficult process for the families to go and view the remains and discover if their relatives are among them. what we know so far, nine people identified. two children. both girls. a 10-year-old and 14-year-old. we have been told by authorities, as early as today, the families may be able to take their loved ones home for burial once they are identified and once the relevant paper work is completed. alison. >> nic, you hear the stories of who actually was on board and it is heart breaking. nic robertson, thanks so much. this morning, republican presidential candidates with a united front and control of future debates is falling apart. this as a pair of polls paint a confusing picture of the gop race. surprise, surprise.
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cnn's sara murray has the latest from washington, d.c. >> reporter: good morning, alison and miguel. it is not donald trump leading nationwide anymore. ben carson is the frontrunner in the nbc news poll. he leads 29% to donald trump's 23%. trump still has bragging rights. he leads in a poll in new hampshire. he is ahead of ben carson by ten points. if these polls sound chaotic to you, it is nothing compared to what is going on with the republican debate process. after all those campaigns got together and huddled in a room and agreed to debate rules requiring opening statements and how cool it had to be in the debate arenas. now it seems that is falling apart. it all started when donald trump's campaign said he will negotiate directly with the networks. after that, kasich said he would not sign on a letter with other candidates regarding the
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debates. chris christie followed suit and carly fiorina jumped ship. it was a short lived truce. alison and miguel. >> if there was a truce, let's get more now from the presidential campaign with cnn politics jeremy diamond is with us. good morning to you. this was really short lived where you saw some comradery half, but it crumbled over the debates. >> absolutely. these are republican candidates. the idea they would somehow unionize and hold united front was far fetched. for sure, we are seeing they did gather together on sunday and have the effort to come together on the debate process. ultimately, they realized they could have gotten into something nasty and messy by trying to
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wrestle control of the debates from the rnc and tv networks. >> jeremy, the polls are all over the place. national polls show ben carson on top. he is gaining in iowa, if not ahead in iowa of mr. trump. the monmouth poll now shows that trump is doing well in new hampshire. can we divine anything from these tea leaves? >> the wall street journal/nbc news poll was conducted last week. it was conducted mostly before the last presidential debate. only one day of the polling was done after the debate. i think this is pretty similar to what we saw with the new york times/cbs poll that came out last monday. we are having a similar feeling there. that is from last week. who knows how much of an impact the debate will have. it is hard to tell. it is clear that last week before the debate, ben carson
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was surging ahead of donald trump. whether carson will maintain that lead in the post debate weeks to come, that still remains to be seen. >> we have donald trump coming out with his new book today. timing could not be better. in it, i know you thumbed through it. he is focusing on the dissolution of the direction of where america is going. i like in chapter two. he really had quips. how boring can i possibly be. some of this is entertaining. you look at the book as a whole, can we glean anything from it as to what kind of president donald trump could be? >> i have been covering donald trump's campaign for the last several months. i certainly did not learn anything new from the book which
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i looked through last night. there are certainly things that come across. most of it is a regurgitation of the campaign speeches and policy platforms. he tries to show a more personal side, i think. you see that coming across with quips throughout the book. he talks about his personality and a bit about his family. maybe trying to soften his image. he tries to blunt the past criticism he had to deal with. specifically on immigration. in one chapter, he talks about immigration and how he loves immigrants and how undocumented immigrants come into the country do so for good reasons. that is interesting. he criticized jeb bush for saying undocumented immigrants come to this country out of an act of love. trump appears to be agreeing with that. the vast majority are not
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rapists and criminals like he first appeared to suggest. instead, saying most of them are here for the right reasons. >> the other thing about the book, it appears to be a way for donald trump to position himself with conservative voters and explain himself for being a democrat before and borrowing money from his father and supporting health care. all of these things is a problem for him from the right. >> absolutely. you see him explain there is a section where he goes i'm a conservative. he explains he was once a registered democrat. he explains as i always have been a conservative republican inside. i guess what he says is he has conservative values. he does try to explain away that criticism. he says i don't think single payer health care works for this country, but in scotland, it is
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great. >> that's hilarious. >> we will see how many people get out and buy it and read it and feel closer to voting for him. jeremy, thank you for your you analysis. president obama giving ex-cons a second chance. how he wants to help criminal offenders reenter society once their time is served. w charmia strong, dude. cleans so well it keeps your underwear cleaner. (secretly) so clean you could wear them a second day. tell me i did not just hear that! (sheepishly) i said you could not that you would! new charmin ultra strong with its washcloth-like texture, helps clean better than the leading flat-textured bargain brand. it's 4 times stronger, and you can use up to 4 times less. it cleans better. you should try it, "skidz." we all go. why not enjoy the go with charmin? theand to help you accelerate,. we've created a new company... one totally focused on what's next for your business.
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new clues into what may have caused the russian passenger plane to crash killing 224 people on board. could it have been terrorism? what investigators have saying this morning. we have live team coverage ahead. the gop debate revolt
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crumbles. republicans failing to agree on demands for future debates. who pulled back and what it means for the race moving forward. welcome back to "early start." i'm miguel marquez. >> i'm alison kosik. happening now. searching for cause of the crash of metrojet flight 9268. a heat flash over the sinai peninsula. that infrared flash coming at the same time the russian jet on the way from the egyptian resort to st. petersburg plummeting to earth. the flash is significant, but by itself, does not prove or disproved claims that this was a terror attack. for the latest on the investigation, let's bring in cnn's ian lee live in cairo. ian, there is speculation of what brought the plane down, but the black boxes are in the investigators hands. how soon could we get
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information from those? >> reporter: the egyptian government urged patience when it comes to the cause of the crash. they going over the black boxes right now. they say it could be a while before they determine what happened. that heat flash in the sinai is the latest to come out. egyptians have not commented on it. the russians cannot confirm or denounce the claim. what we are seeing is it occurred in a military intelligence analysts are going over it to determine if it happened in the air or on the ground. also, they are looking into the theories of what could have caused. it could it have been a missile? it is unlikely. isis doesn't have the ability. could it have been a bomb? we have not seen any bomb residue on the aircraft yet. could it have been the engine blowing up or the plane hitting the ground? we don't know. covering isis in egypt over the
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past couple of years, one thing we always noticed when they had an attack like this is they come out with extra video or extra evidence to show they did carry out an attack. when you have not seen this yet. this is different from previous claims from the terror group. right now, the egyptin and russian groups playing down it was a terrorist attack. saying it was more likely to be mechanical. both are urging people to be patient. this investigation will take time. >> cnn's ian lee live from cairo. a medical source in the sinai tells cnn that most of the bodies recovered from the wreckage are in tact and show no major signs of burns. president putin appearing in public for the first time since the crash is saying his thoughts
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are with the victims. we have our international senior editor nic robertson with more. nic, are the families getting information on their loved ones? >> reporter: they are in a hotel and they are, if you will, protected by government officials. they have psychologists giving them help appointed by the government. when they arrive here, if they are flying in here to identify family members, they are told to make contact with officials at the airport to be helped. we are not hearing criticism coming from the family members. they are beginning a tough and difficult process for them coming to terms with the sudden loss of a loved one. the difficult process of identifying the bodies.
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the 196 bodies returned here so far. only nine identified by family members. two of those children. both girls. one 10 years old. one 14 years old. this will be something that is very important to the families here. by the end of this day, the first families, if you will, that made the identifications, could get all of the paper work completed to release the bodies for burial. very important for the families. they are not speaking out as far as we know. what we have heard from in the last hour, if you will, is the president spokesman saying that any link of the aircraft downing to terrorism is wrong and the speculation linking the aircraft crashed to russia's military activities is inappropriate speculation. a clear message coming from the leadership here to drop that talk. >> interesting they come out so strongly and publicly with that
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statement. nic robertson, thank you. this morning, republican presidential candidates big plans to put up a united front with more control of the future debates falling apart. this as a pair of new polls paint a confusing picture of the gop race. cnn's sara murray has the latest. >> reporter: good morning, alison and miguel. it is not donald trump leading nationwide. instead ben carson is the frontrunner in the nbc news/wall street journal poll. he leads 28% to 23%. trump has bragging rights. he leads in a monmouth university poll in new hampshire. it is a wide lead. he is ahead of carson by ten points. if these polls sound chaotic to you, it is nothing compared to the republican debate process. after the campaigns got together and agreed to debate rules from requiring opening statements and
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how cool it had to be in the debate rooms, now it seems that is falling apart. it started when donald trump's campaign said he will necessity goesh negotiate directly with te networks. kasich said he would not sign on with other candidates and chris christie said the same thing and carly fiorina jumped ship. it was a short lived truce. alison and miguel. >> joining us now to break down the latest is cnn's digital political reporter jeremy diamo diamond. good morning, jeremy. the revolt was short lived. >> absolutely. again, let's remember these are republican presidential candidates. i think the idea they will form a union may have been far fetched from the start. let's be clear. they were trying to do something. the top campaign officials from the campaigns met sunday night
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and tried to talk about some ways to improve the debates to put forward a united front. those efforts crumbled as donald trump's campaign will continue to do what it has done. negotiate directly with the tv networks. you had other campaigns come out and say they were not ready to sign any letters. you know, this gives them the appearance they are ready to take tough questions and ready to deal with the mainstream liberal media bias, et cetera, et cetera. they knew this would get messy trying to wrestle control from the tv networks. >> there is a humorous take on this. president obama will be out of a job soon. i'm predicting comedy in his future. i want to play for you a bit of what he said. listen to this. >> have you noticed that every one of the candidates say you know, obama's weak. putin's kicking sand in his
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face. when i talk to putin -- he's going to straighten out. just looking at him. he's going to be -- and then it turns out they can't handle a bunch of cnbc moderators. >> you know he makes a good point, jeremy. >> you know, there has been a lot of criticism headed president obama's way. he felt he needed to respond a bit. this is an opportunity to make light of it as well. >> donald trump falling behind in the national polls it appears, but the state polls somewhat paint a different picture. where are we now? trump starting to feel the heat from ben carson and down in iowa and up in new hampshire. is this a real surge for ben
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carson? >> ben carson's campaign has done well in recent weeks. he also surged ahead of trump in iowa. the crucial first primary process. we saw cbs/new york times poll last week and now the nbc news/wall street journal poll. most of this was taken before the debate. it certainly shows that the campaign was surging ahead of trump last week. it may still be surging ahead of trump's campaign and maybe carson is the frontrunner, but it is too early to tell. we have to see how people react after the debate on thursday and see what is shaking out in the coming weeks. >> donald trump staying in the headlines coming out with a new book today. he pokes jabs and humor and
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focuses on the book cover. the face. what do you think of this book? do we have insight as to what type of president he would be? >> the first page of the book is dedicated to explaining why he looks some angry on the cover of the book. he talks about all of the beautiful photographs, but this is the one he showed because he wants to show how angry and desperate this situation is right now. i have been covering the trump campaign since the inception. i did not learn a lot from this book. i will say there are some interesting points. you know, on immigration, for example, he talks about how the vast majority of undocumented immigrants come into the country for the right reasons. that is interesting given trump's heated rhetoric on the issue. he does come across with a bit of humor in the book. he has quips throughout it. he is also trying to show a softer side talking about his family, the influence of his
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father and of course showing that he is a nice guy. you know, he has stressed that point in some speeches in the past. he certainly is trying to come across as a bit softer and show a different side as his campaign presses on. >> jeremy diamond, thank you for coming on the program today. it's been fun. >> thank you. new setback for the keystone pipeline. what is now putting the $8 billion project in limbo. that's next. ay ibeday. when your cold is this bad... ...you need new theraflu expressmax. theraflu expressmax combines... maximum strength medicines available without a prescription... ...to fight your worst cold and flu symptoms... ...so you can feel better fast and get back to the job at hand. new theraflu expressmax. the power to feel better.tm if you have moderate to severe ...isn't it time to let the...
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president obama pushing for an overhaul of the criminal justice system. he wants ex-convicts to get a second chance for former inmates. we get more from jim acosta. >> reporter: as the obama administration is speeding up release of federal prisoners of harsh drug sentences, the president wants them to get job opportunities. the president visiting a halfway house in new jersey yesterday shining a light on a program that transitions former prisoners back into society. the president is calling on congress to ban the boxes it described in federal hiring.
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that means eliminating the boxes on applications. encouraging employers to seek that information later on. >> a lot of time that record disqualifies you from being a full participant in our society. even if you already paid your debt to society. it means millions of americans have difficulty even getting their foot in the door to try to get a job. much less actually hang on to that job. that's bad for not only those individuals, but bad for the economy. >> reporter: the president says second chances would be crucial to thousands of prisoners released over the weekend who many had drug sentences reduced. alison and miguel. jim, thanks. questions for new moms. how does five months of new maternity leave sound? the latest win next. the future belongs to the fast.
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money. not a great morning for stocks. asian and european stocks are lower. so are u.s. stock futures. yesterday, stock kicked off with a rally. the gain put the dow in a positive territory for the year. the s&p is close to the record high. that could change with a lot of corporate earnings coming out this week and the october jobs report on friday. remember all that criticism about the poor work/life balance at amazon? being a parent got easier. starting next year, new moms can take up to 20 weeks of paid leave. that is 12 more weeks and the old policy. they can ease back into a flexible working schedule. dads can take up to six weeks of fully paid leave and employees can share benefits with a partner who doesn't get paid leave.
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blizzard announcing plans to acquire king for $45 million. and activision is played on pcs and gaming consoles with games. >> i like to kill zombies. the latest on what caused the russian jetliner to fall from the sky. "new day" has the latest. >> was this flash part of the plane breaking up or was it something else? >> any damage to the aircraft can cause a problem. >> it could have been a bomb. anything is on the table at this point. right now, ben carson is the man to beat. >> marco rubio is surging. >> the answer is not sending someone from one side of the
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capitol city to the other. >> they can't handle a bunch of cnbc moderatomoderators. the president wants to make it easier for ex-inmates to find jobs. >> we want to make sure people who paid their debt to society to get a second chance. this is "new day" with chris cuomo and alisyn camerota and michaela pereira. >> you can change the clocks all you want. it is still dark out. good morning. it is tuesday, november 3rd. 6:00 in the east. the plane falls from the sky. the mystery grows. a heat flash detected at the time the russian jet 9268 went down saturday morning over the sinai peninsula. >> russian airline officials ruling out human error or technical problems. the mystery is deepening as the
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second load of victims' bodies arrive back in russia. we have the what's the latest, nic? >> reporter: was it an engine bursting into flames that caused the plane to crash, was it a fuel tank explosion causing the plane to crash? there was burned plane debris found on the ground. was this a flash from a terrorist missile hitting the aircraft? if that were the case, though that is deemed very, very unlikely, if that were the case, there would likely be two flashes, one as the missile took off and one as it hit off the aircraft or was it a bomb on board the plane? the heat signature a new piece of data in this. the other data, the black box data and voice recorders, those are not particularly damaged. they are in the hands, we understand, of the egyptn

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