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donald trump wants to ban all muslims from entering the united states. a proposal that is getting backlash this morning. new information about the san bernardino shooters. when they were radicalized. welcome to "early start." i'm christine romans. it is tuesday, december 8th. john berman has the morning off. an earthquake hitting politics after donald trump calls for a religious test banning all the muslims from
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entering the united states. >> donald j. trump is calling for a total and complete shutdown of muslims entering the united states until our country's representatives can figure out what the hell is going on. >> trump's new position drawing cheers from those supporters and drawing fire from nearly every other corner of the political world. latest from senior washington correspondent jeff zeleny. >> reporter: his ban from coming to the u.s. was met with condemnation from the republican establishment. every single one of his rivals criticized his plan. even dick cheney weighed in. the supporters who were here in south carolina listening to donald trump make his case, they cheered in response. some said it went too far, but
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others said it was given after the shooting in san bernardino. donald trump talked about that as he made his case for why this is necessary. let's take a listen. >> we have to be tough. we have to be smart. we have to be vigilant. yes, we have to look at mosques and we have to respect mosques, but yes, we have to look at mosques. we have no choice. we have to see what's out there. something is happening in there. man, there's anger. there's anger. we have to know about it. >> reporter: now it was that type of language we heard through and through more than an hour long campaign event. he said something is happening out there. something is going on out there. he went as far as there could be another world trade center bombing. it is the fear he is playing into by choice. it may be a wise move for him, but an open question of how this plays in the long term. with the republican debate now
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one week away, you can bet this will be front and center in the conversation. christine. >> jeff, thank you for that. you are right. announcing his policy, trump pointed to a poll from the french think tank that claims a quarter of all u.s. muslims believe violence against america is justified. >> there are americans serving in our military who are muslims who are overseas on bases. do you apply this rule to them? >> they would come home. anybody here stays. we have to be vigilant. there's a lot of bad things. when you look at the polling numbers that came out, there is tremendous hatred. there is tremendous animosity. these are people living in our country. which is amazing. i have muslim friends and they
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are wonderful people. there is a tremendous section and cross section of muslims living in our country who have tremendous animosity. we can't let this happen. we have a country to protect. >> does this apply to your muslim friends? >> this does not apply to people living in the country. except we have to be vigilant. >> donald trump's republican rivals were quick to respond slamming his plan. many with vivid language. many tweeted donald trump is unhinged. this from marco rubio. donald trump's habit of making outlandish statements will not bring americans together. chris christie and carly fiorina blasting this idea as unnecessary and in fiorina's case, unconstitutional. >> he is mobilizing anti-muslim sentiment. he is preying on the fears of
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the american people. it is called rabble rousing. >> this is what people say when they have no experience and you don't know what you are talking about. you don't need to ban muslims from the country. that is a ridiculous position and one that is not productive. >> john kasich tweeted we need a leader that will unite us, not divide us. and everyone visiting our country must register. ted cruz highlighted his approach. focused on excluding syrian refugees. >> that is not my policy. i introduced legislation in the senate that would put in place a three-year moratorium on refugees coming from countries where isis or al qaeda controls a substantial amount of territory. the reason is that's where the
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threat is coming from. the obama administration and fbi told us they don't have the resources to vet the refugees. that is the approach we should take. >> trump taking fire from his own party. trump taking fire from democrats. in a tweet, hillary clinton calling the proposal, quote, reprehensible and prejudiced. donald trump, you don't get it. this makes us less safe. bernie sanders tweeting that the united states is a strong nation. we are weak when we have phobias divide us. donald trump will be here in the 7:00 hour of "new day." and new information on the san bernardino couple. the fbi making progress as they investigate the husband and wife team killers. syed rizwan farook and tashfeen malik. it is unclear who radicalized
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whom. there are new questions about the original buyer of some of the guns they used. a former neighbor of the farook family. cnn's ana cabrera has the latest from san bernardino. >> reporter: christine, we are learning more about the shooters in the massacre. we learned that both had been radicalized and had been for some time according to the fbi. they also tell us that both had been practicing target shooting at a local gun range and days before the shooting. five guns, including two pistols and three rifles. two were purchased by syed rizwan farook, but two of the assault rifles were purchased by a man identified as enrique marquez. authorities still don't know how the guns ended up in the hands of the killers. the fbi is calling this a massive investigation and they are trying to be extremely
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methodical. we know they collected 320 pieces of evidence. many sent to the fbi crime lab. they also interviewed some 400 people. contacts of the killers, including farook's parents who we know were interviewed individually for several hours. authorities are working with intelligence and counterparts overseas trying to find out what happened there. what has slowed them down is track down the digital foot print. we know the couple destroyed their cell phones. the hard drive was missing from the computer. the fbi insisting they will not leave any stone unturned. >> ana, thank you for that. the department of homeland security plans to tweak the terrorism alert system. there are two threat levels, imminent and elevated currently. now a third level will cover
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less serious threats to provide general advisories to the public. no word when that level will take effect or what it will be called. senate democratic leader harry reid filling in the president's pledge to destroy isis to introduce legislation to create an isis czar. reid says this will help the efforts in fighting isis and sanctions aimed at cutting off the ability to receive funding. top house republicans admit they need a short-term funding bill for friday. lawmakers are working on a spending plan and bill addressing a host of tax breaks set to expire at the end of the year. both parties pushing to attach a variety of items to the budget like syrian refugees annud wall stre street. time for an early start on your money. an ugly morning for stocks around the world. asian stocks closed lower. european stocks and u.s. stock
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futures down right now. what is dragging down markets? oil. oil prices plunged nearly 6% yesterday to a seven-year low. opec did not reduce output. a slowdown in global demand adding to a drag on prices. we have not seen this difference the big global recession. great news for drivers. gas could fall below $2 a gallon nationwide. the average is at $2.03 compared to $2.67 a year ago. one stock moving before the bell. chipotle. two dozen students and members of the men's basketball people got sick after eating at chipotle after the e. coli outbreak. new protests in chicago after police cleared in the deadly shooting of the black man. we have that story next.
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breaking news this morning. a short while ago, oscar pistorius granted bail. last week, south africa's supreme court of appeal overturned pistorius's conviction for homicide. pistorius' lawyer says they will appeal his conviction to the constitutional court. in the wake of the murder charges for the police officer who shot the black teenager 16 times, the department released video of another incident. another black man. ronald johnson shot in the back by police. prosecutors have determined that officer acted properly. no criminal charges will be filed in that case. we get more from cnn's martin
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savidge in chicago. >> reporter: good morning, christine. there were a number of small protests and reaction in the release of the police video in chicago. one we followed which took place in the area where the shooting of ronald johnson happened in october of 2014. there are about 75 people showed up. they marched to a nearby police station. it was all very peaceful. earlier in the day, authorities had already said that unlike the case that had sparked so much controversy before thanksgiving, that was the death of laquan mcdonald. there would be no officer charged in this case. authorities say it is very different circumstances. ronald johnson, they allege, had a gun in his hand and refused orders by police to lay down the weapon and surrender. he ran into the direction of the public park and two shots were fired. that's when he was killed.
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essentially authorities are saying that it was justifiable. the family of ronald johnson says the opposite. they say it was not. the video shows a murder and the attorney that represents that family goes one step farther saying the weapon the authorities said they found alleges was planted by police to justify the shooting. all of this on the same day the department of justice is launching an investigation into the chicago police department on its policies and practices. especially concerning those regarding minorities. christine. >> martin, thank you for that in chicago. testimony resumes in the trial of baltimore police officer william porter charged in the death of freddie gray. on monday, the medical examiner who performed the autopsy testified the death was a homicide. it was not an accident. gray suffered a spinal injury transported in a police van. monday, one of the jurors had to
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be replaced due to a medical emergency. people in portland, oregon have never seen the flooding that turned the streets into rivers. nearly 3 inches of rain fell in the portland area tying a one-day record. oregon bracing for more rain this morning. let's get to meteorologist pedram javaheri. christine, good morning. it doesn't look like the rain will let up in the immediate future. mainly tonight and tomorrow. you get tremendous rainfall and on top of what has come down over the region, which by the way, is historic rainfall in portland coming in 2.67 inches. that is more than 1,400% of the daily average for this time of year. look at what has happened in the first week of december. more than 5 inches have come down over this region. the pineapple express origina originating from the hawaiian
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islands. the indications from the models show 1 foot of rainfall in california and olympic rain forest. we talk about the u.s. and having a soggy distinction. it is the cloudy part of the u.s. with 200 plus days of clouds per year. rainy days are 150 for portland and seattle. work your way to mobile, alabama, they get almost twice as much rain and less cloudy days. it tells you the intensity of the rainfall greater than the northwest. back to you. >> thank you for that. there is new information about the woman shooter in the california terror attack. her father's home in pakistan raided as those who know her share their stories next. right when you feel a cold sore, abreva can heal it in as few as two and a half days when used at the first sign. without it the virus spreads
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good morning. welcome back. i'm christine romans. i want to bring you details this morning about the shadowy female suspect at center of the san bernardino terror attack. in 2013, tashfeen malik enrolled in a course to study the koran for women in pakistan. she left before finishing that course to come to america and marry syed rizwan farook. the man who helped her massacre 14 people. and police in central pakistan raiding a home belonging to malik's father. i want to get on the phone and bring in cnn's saima mohsin.
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what are you learning about the killer? >> reporter: christine, i learned the school she studied and where she attended classes after university when she would come here. i have spoken to someone actually beilonging to the institute and she while she was ultra conservative in islam, it is no kind -- >> all right. saima mohsin, we are having
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trouble hearing your connection. traveling to the hometown of the killer and also a raid on the father's home. one of the homes owned by the father. we will get you back and talk about what you are finding in pakistan. donald trump proposing to ban all muslims from entering the united states. a religious test to enter america. new reaction from the campaign trail and around the world, all of it coming in this morning. we have that next. phil! oh no... (under his breath) hey man! hey peter. (unenthusiastic) oh... ha ha ha! joanne? is that you? it's me... you don't look a day over 70. am i right? jingle jingle. if you're peter pan, you stay young forever. it's what you do. if you want to save fifteen percent or more on car insurance, you switch to geico. ♪ you make me feel so young... it's what you do. ♪ you make me feel ♪ so spring has sprung.
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new controversy in the race for president. donald trump proposing a ban on all muslims entering the u.s. new reaction from his presidential rivals and from around the world. new information about the shooters in the california terror attack. when they were radicalized and how they got their guns.
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welcome back to "early start." i'm christine romans. john berman has the morning off. it is 30 minutes past the hour. an earthquake shakes the world of presidential politics after donald trump calls for a religious test banning all muslims from entering the united states. >> donald j. trump is calling for a total and complete shutdown of muslims entering the united states until our country's representatives can figure out what the hell is going on. >> you can hear the cheers. trump's new position drawing huge support and cheers from supporters and drawing fire from nearly every other corner of the political world. we have the latest from the washington correspondent jeff zeleny. >> reporter: christine, donald trump's plan to ban all muslims from coming to the u.s. was met with condemnation from across the republican establishment. every single one of his rivals
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criticized his plan. even former vice president dick cheney weighed in. he said it is unamerican. the supporters here in south carolina listening to donald trump make his case, they cheered in response. some said they thought it went too far, but others said it was appropriate given the shooting in san bernardino. this has changed the conversation of the republican presidential debate. donald trump talked about that as he made his case for why he believes this plan is necessary. let's take a listen. >> we have to be tough. we have to be smart. we have to be vigilant. yes, we have to look at mosques and we have to respect mosques. yes, we have to look at mosques. we have no choice. we have to see what's happening. because something is happening in there. man, there's anger. there's anger. we have to know about it. >> reporter: it was that type of language we heard through and through more than an hour long campaign event. he said something is happening
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out there. something is going on out there. he went as far as to say there could be another world trade center bombing. it is this fear and frustration that he is playing directly into by choice. politically it may be a wise move for him, but it is an open question how this plays in the longer term. with the republican presidential debate one week away, this will be front and center. christine. >> you can bet for sure. thank you for that, jeff. announcing his policy, trump pointed to the poll from the center for security policy. the poll claims a quarter of u.s. muslims believe violence against americans is justified as part of global jihad. trump was using that poll to defend his policy on fox news. >> there are americans serving in our military who are muslims who are overseas on bases. do you apply this rule to them? >> they would come home. anybody here stays.
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we have to be vigilant. when you look at the polling numbers that came out, there is tremendous hatred, tremendous animosity. these are taken of people living in our country from muslims living in our country. i have muslim friends, greta. they are wonderful people. there is a section and cross section of muslims living in our country who have tremendous animosity. >> does it apply to your friends? does this apply to your muslim friends? >> this does not apply to people living in the country. >> as jeff mentioned, donald trump's rivals were quick to respond. many of them using vivid language. jeb bush tweeted trump is unhinged. his policy proposals are not serious.
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from marco rubio, the habit of making offensive statements is not bringing america together. and carly fiorina claiming this is unnecessary and calling it unconstitutional. >> he is mobilizing anti-muslim sentiment. he is preying on the fears of the american people. it is called rabble rousing. >> this is the kind of thing people say when they have no experience and don't know what they're talking about. you don't need to ban muslims from the country. in my view, that's a ridiculous position and one that won't be productive. >> john kasich tweeted we need a leader to unite us. not divide us. and trump said everyone should be registered. i would not advocate on being selective. ted cruz highlighted on focusing
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on syrian refugees. >> that is not my policy. i introduced legislation in the senate that would put in place a three-year moratorium on refugees coming from countries from isis or al qaeda controlled territories. the obama administration says they don't have the resources to properly vet the refugees to determine if they are isis terrorists. that is the approach we should take. >> he is also taking fire from democrats in a tweet, hillary clinton calling trump's proposal reprehensible and divisive. and bernie sanders tweeting that the u.s. is a strong nation when we stand together. when we are weak, we are weak when we allow phobias to divide
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us. we have sara sidner with the latest on barring all muslims from entering the united states. she joins us from turkey. what is the international reaction, sara? >> reporter: it is everything from people looking at it as ironic. we talked to business owners here. what is ironic to them in i istanbul, you noticed name trump. this is a trump tower. they licensed the name. he does not own the building. they pay to use his name. people here are going hold on. you are okay with taking money from muslims, but not okay with muslims. they see that as very ironic. there are folks here who see it as disgusting that mentality that somehow you will bar an entire group of people for what they believe in. coming into america, of all places.
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which a lot of people see as a melting pot. where refugees and people have come from all over the world. to hear this from a presidential candidate, not only worries them, but puts fear in some people's minds. women especially who wear the hijab who show their muslimness front and center. they may become targets because of this speech. there is a great deal of concern here. we hear from indonesia and the foreign ministry who said we see islam as a religion of peace. a few people have taken this religion and made it something else. the islamic council has spoken out in thailand. we realize this is not someone who is an official from the united states, but he is vying for the presidency. it is not that america can have free speech and they are perfectly happy with that, but
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it has freedom to treat humanity every which way it pleases. they have seen america as a place where anyone can practice any religion they please. they can't understand the idea of barring an entire group of people. >> sara, the final point that is sort of the irony in this. founded on religious freedom and lack of religious test. what dick cheney was saying. his ancestors were puritans. donald trump turning that upside down. he is not an elected official. he is a celebrity running for president. certainly his words reverberating around the globe. sara, thank you. donald trump will get a chance to explain this in the 7:00 hour of "new day" this morning. the department of homeland security will tweak the threat
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system. imminent and elevated are the two levels. now a third level will cover less serious threats. no word when that level takes effect or what it will be called. senate democratic leader harry reid filling in the president's pledge to destroy isis with new plans to introduce legislation to create an isis czar. it will help the efforts in fighting isis. democrats will push for sanctions aimed at cutting off the ability to receive funding. stocks lower around the world. asian stocks closed lower. european stocks and u.s. stocks futures are down. tanking oil prices plunged 6% yesterday to a seven-year low. big, big moves in oil here. donald trump's latest target. amazon. trump accused ceo jeff bezos.
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welcome back to "early start." i'm christine romans. new information on the couple behind the san bernardino massacre. the fbi making step by step progress as it investigates the team of killers. husband and wife. syed rizwan farook and tashfeen malik. officials say it is still unclear who radicalized whom. officials are saying these two had been following a radical strain of islam for some time. the radicalization was not a recent development. there are new questions about the original buyer of some of the weapons they used. a former neighbor of the farook family. cnn's ana cabrera investigated all this. she has latest from san bernardino. >> reporter: christine, we were learning more about the shooters in the massacre. we learned that both had been
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radicalized and had been for some time according to the fbi. they also tell us that both had been practicing target shooting at a local gun range. they had done so days before the shooting. authorities confiscated five guns. two pistols and three rifles. two were purchased by syed rizwan farook. two of the assault rifles were purchased by another man, enrique marquez. investigators interviewed him. he is not facing charges at this time. authorities say they don't know exactly how the guns ended up in the hands of the killer. the fbi is calling this a massive investigation and they are trying to be extremely methodical as they work to get answers. they collected 320 pieces of evidence. many of those sent to the fbi crime lab. they also interviewed some 400 people. contacts of the killers, including farook's parents who were both interviewed
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individually for several hours. authorities here is a they are also working with intelligence and their counterparts overseas trying to track the couple's movements and any contacts they may have had there. what is slowing them down is tracking the digital footprint. that could be crucial in the investigation. we know the couple destroyed cell phones and hard drive was missing from the computer. the fbi insisting that they will not leave any stone unturned. christine. >> ana, thank you for that. more details on the shooters. you may remember the couple left behind a 6-month-old daughter. we now know the older sister of the husband is seeking to adopt this baby. this now orphaned baby. no long-term decisions at the custody hearing on monday. you can see her there in the photo taken at customs in the
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airport of tashfeen malik. troops broke the padlock off the door. also a school in pakistan is where tashfeen malik studied. the president demanding more gun control after the tragedy in san bernardino. why another mass shooting is sending gun stocks soaring. that's next. we stop arthritis pain, so you don't have to stop. tylenol® 8hr arthritis pain has two layers of pain relief. the first is fast. the second lasts all day. we give you your day back. what you do with it is up to you. tylenol®.
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breaking news this morning. a short while ago, south african
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olympian oscar pistorius awaits bail. last week, the supreme court of appeals overturned his conviction for culpable homicide. he was intend found guilty of murdering reeva steenkamp. his lawyers will appeal the murder convince to the constitutional court. he is on bail. testimony resumes in the trial of baltimore police officer william porter charged in the death of freddie gray. the medical examiner who performed gray's autopsy testified the death was a homicide. resulting from police actions and not an accident. gray suffered a fatal spinal injury. one of the jurors had to be replaced due to a medical emergency. we have details about the man accused of killing three people at colorado springs planned parenthood. the associated press citing a
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law enforcement official who said robert dear asked one person for directions to the facility before launching the deadly attack. it may be the clearest indication that dear was targeting planned parenthood. prosecutors expect to formally charge him about murder and other crimes this week. a victory for gun control advocates. supreme court refusing to hear a challenge to a chicago suburb ban on semiautomatic assault weapons. that keeps similar bans in place in several states. california, new york, new jersey, massachusetts, maryland, connecticut and hawaii. majority of justices agreeing with two lower courts which agrees. people in portland, oregon have never seen anything like this. the flooding that has turned streets into rivers stranding people in hopemes. 3 inches of rain fell on monday tying a one day record. will the rain in the pacific northwest let up?
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let's get to meteorologist pedram javaheri. good morning. the storm door is open in the northwest. the moisture source is the pineapple express. you know there is tropical moisture. the indication puts it 4 to 6 inches of rainfall across western washington. the areas indicated in pink is in excess of 1 foot of rainfall. in portland, a calendar day record with 2.67 inches. that is 1,400% of what is normal. that is why the flooding is significant. you go up the i-5 corridor in seattle, it was the gloomiest day on record. the solar radiation reaching the surface was so low because of the cloud cover, it actually dropped below half. it was sitting at .44 coming in on monday afternoon. that shows you how gloomy it
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was. here we go. i'll leave you with the high temperatures. 40s in new york city. it warms up in the next three days and gets up to 63 or so by later this weekend. christine. pedram, thank you. let's get an early start on money. an ugly morning for stocks. european and u.s. stocks are down. oil is the culprit. oil prices plunged 6% yesterday. that's a seven-year low. opec has its pumps pumping despite a huge supply glut. gas could soon fall below $2 a gallon nationally. the average is $2.03. the president's call to action on guns. sending gun stocks soaring. shares of smith & wesson and ruger jumped 5% yesterday. gun sales tend to be boosted after mass shootings or whenever the president talks about gun
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violence and how to control it. the reason people feel motivated before they are banned or restricted. on sunday, obama asked congress for tougher gun control laws after the attacks in san bernardino. gun sales skyrocketed in 2003 after the mass shooting of sandy hook. lottery owners getting a pay day. the state has been issuing ious for winners. the state of illinois has not passed a budget. now the lottery can resume payouts. officials expect to work through the backlog of payments in a week. "early start" continues right now. donald trump wants to ban all muslims from entering the united states. the controversy new proposal getting backlash this morning. new information about the san bernardino shooters. when they were radicalized and
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how they got their weapons. good morning. welcome to "early start." i'm christine romans. it is tuesday, december 8th. john berman has the morning off. an earthquake shakes the world of presidential politics after donald trump callings for a religious test banning all muslims from entering the united states. >> donald j. trump is calling for a total and complete shutdown of muslims entering the united states until our country's representatives can figure out what the hell is going on. >> trump's new position drawing cheers from his supporters and drawing fire from over other corner of the political world. let's get the latest from jeff zeleny. >> reporter: christine, donald trump as plan to ban muslims from coming to the u.s. was met with condemnation.
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every single one of the rivals criticized his plan. even former vice president dick cheney weighed in saying it was unamerican. the supporters here in south carolina listening to donald trump make his case, they cheered in response. some said they thought it went too far, but others said it was appropriate given the shooting in san bernardino. this changed the conversation of the republican debate. donald trump talked about that over why he believes this plan is necessary. >> we have to be tough. we have to be smart. we have to be vigilant. yes, we have to look at mosques and we have to respect mosques. yes, we have to look at mosques. we have no choice. we have to see what's happening because something is happening in there. man there's anger. we have to know about it. >> reporter: it was that type of language we heard through and through more than an hour long campaign

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