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[ bleep ]. >> easy. >> breaking news this morning. violent protests rage outside a huge donald trump rally. republican frontrunner drawing thousands late last night. california is the battle ground in the republican race for president. welcome to "early start." i'm miguel marquez. >> nice to see you. big news day. i'm christine romans.
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it is friday, april 29th. 4:00 a.m. california taking the spotlight in the race for president with the chance to play decisive role in the nomination. donald trump holding this, a huge rally in southern california. confident he is the nominee. and a raucous protest raged outside the theater. several people injured. 20 people arrested. the frontrunner enjoyed the lime light inside. immigration and mocking ted cruz and hillary clinton. he will be joined by cruz and kasich later. we have jason carroll outside the rally. >> reporter: donald trump wrapping up the speech in cosa mesa, california. he is setting sights on the
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delegates up for grabs. for the first time, he opened up his speech talking about the issue of illegal immigration. it is very important to the state of california. one of his opening speakers, a father whose son was killed by an undocumented worker in 2008. donald trump talked about the need to be tough on illegal immigration. talked about building that wall. he also continued to criticize ted cruz for building that so-called alliance with john kasich. >> so now what they're doing is kasich has given up on indiana and hurt all of the people. he has all of us, we have all of these people working hard. the people working for kasich, we are going around ringing doors and now we're out. he dropped them terribly. now, cruz gave up a couple of other states. what they're doing is playing russian roulette.
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that is the dumbest move. the next day they were criticized. it shows weakness. >> reporter: as trump supporters left the fairgrounds, some were surrounded by anti-trump protesters. they waved mexican flags. trump called his rallies some of the safest in the world. he vowed to take indiana and california as well. miguel, christine. >> thanks, jason. if trump does win california and indiana, it will put him within striking distance of clinching the nomination. that is one reason the republican battle seems to have reached a turning point. many in the party elite accepting or resigning themselves to trump as the gop standard bearer. one sign is the express loathing of ted cruz. former house speaker boehner slamming cruz and lucifer and
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worse at stanford paper. those remarks captured on tape as cruz fires right back. take a listen. >> lucifer in the flesh. i have democrat friends and republican friends. i get along with all of them. i have never worked with a more miserable son of a [ bleep ] in my life. >> when john boehner calls me lucifer, he is not directing it at me. he is directing that at you. what boehner is angry at me for, i haven't said much to him if anything. what boehner is angry about is standing with the american people and energizes house conservatives and actually honor the commitments we made. >> there is one certified member of the elite sticking with ted cruz and refusing to back donald trump. that's former rival for the nomination, jeb bush.
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he sat down with cnn. >> my personal belief is if donald trump is the nominee, my views have been consistent about this. we'll lose the senate and we'll lose the presidency in a landslide. our country can't afford that. >> do you think the republican party should get around him if he's the nominee? >> i think they should support ted cruz. >> a major shift on the democratic side for the race for president. bernie sanders campaigning in oregon softening attacks on hillary clinton. focusing on how he and his followers can reshape the democratic party. putting it in his words on the side of working people instead of big money interests. senior washington correspondent jeff zeleny has more. >> reporter: good morning, christine and miguel. hillary clinton is on the cusp of the nominee. bernie sanders is trying to influence the party. he is pledging to take his movement to the convention.
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no longer a campaign with a viable path to win the nomination. he is softening his tone a bit, but rallying supporters as he did thursday in oregon. >> we all agree, this is one thing that secretary clinton and i do agree on, we must not have a republican in the white house. but i think the evidence is overwhelming that you are looking at the strongest democratic candidate. >> reporter: for the last two days, the clinton campaign has been all but ignoring sanders. she is taking a break and writing her game plan for the fall. that plan involves donald trump. campaign is spending little to no time on any other opponent. her campaign released a video highlights his greatest hits. from banning muslims to repealing obamacare. >> get rid of obamacare.
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i will build a great wall. >> you're going to have a deportation force. total and complete shutdown of muslims entering the united states. >> reporter: the clinton campaign believes the best way to unify the democratic party and boost their base is to start taking on trump. christine and miguel. >> jeff, thank you. vice president joe biden making a surprise visit to iraq shrowded in secrecy. he met with abadi. he will continue momentum in the fight against isis. today, biden will be in rome to give remarks on cancer research at the vatican conference. now president obama's ready to pull a trigger to put sma smartguns in the hands of officers. create guns only to be fired by
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their owner. rank-and-file is not on board with the plan. the fop saying officers should not be asked to be guinea pigs for a firearm no people have never seen before. time for an early start on your money. the u.s. stock market hit a milestone. the bull market is the second longest in history. 2,608 days. seven years old. a streak of gains without a drop of 20% from a high point. it jumps over the run from 1949 to 1956. remember that nice run? >> i remember it so well. >> a long way to go to surpass the bull market from the crash in 1987 to 2000. the s&p over the 2,000 days is up over 206%. there have been a couple of pull backs, but nothing significant. dow futures ticking down. yesterday with a 1% drop.
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oil around $46 a barrel. stocks in europe and asia are lower. we will see if that continues this morning. >> the huge run is an indication of how far it fell in 2008. >> absolutely. it was a crash. a real certifiable crash. it has been up without a pullback. thank you. investigators revealing new information about prince's death. we have that coming right up. wiu back like it could used to? neutrogena hydro boost water gel. with hyaluronic acid it plumps skin cells with intense hydration and locks it in. for supple, hydrated skin. hydro boost. from neutrogena
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new developments this morning in the probe surrounding prince's death. law enforcement releasing call logs from the late singer's home as investigators try to determine if the pills he had
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were prescribed by a doctor. sara sidner has the latest. >> reporter: christine and miguel, as the memorial grows outside paisley park, we are hearing sources familiar with the investigation into prince's death. one, we found out from a source that when prince's body was found inside of the elevator in paisley park, that he had opioid prescription medication on his person. we are also hearing that medication, the same type of medication for severe pain, was found inside of his home. what we have now heard from investigators is that they have not been able to find any evidence that prince had a valid prescription for that medication. we also know now that the drug enforcement administration is going to be helping investigate this case to give some idea. the drug enforcement administration has a top priority. that is dealing with the misuse of opioid medicines and trying
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to figure out if potentially someone got those medicines illegally. it gives you an idea of what is happening with the investigation. we looked into documents given out by the sheriff's department here. five years of calls from paisley park. 47 different calls. one of which was the call where prince died. there were three other medical calls. those medical calls, we are not sure if prince was the subject of the calls. all we know is they were made from paisley park. the others are things like suspicion news activity. the picture is starting to get a little more light on it. we also know that everyone is waiting for the toxicology report. the only thing, the only evidence that will let us know exactly what killed this amazing star is what it says in the
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toxicology report and autopsy. miguel, christine. thank you, sara. breaking overnight. an oregon man charged with threatening president obama. john martin ruse was arrested in his apartment. they found what appeared to be several pipe bombs. authorities has contact with him after he posted online threats against the president. also breaking overnight. three suspects linked to the san bernardino shooting pleading not guilty. the gunman's brother and two others facing federal conspiracy for participating in a sham marriage. syed rizwan farook and his neighbor is separately accused of arming farook and his wife in the gun attacks. marquez is an unindicted co- conspirator in the sham marriage. the man who gunned down the former saints football star indicted for murder and
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attempted murder in north carolina. cardell hayes' indictment was handed down thursday. he is accused opening fire and killing will smith and shooting his wife. smith's lawyer says he was acting in self defense. it is unclear if the man accused of opening fire in the planned parenthood in colorado killing three people will actually stand trial. mental health evaluation found robert lewis dear incompetent. the judge will decide if the case should go to trial. the hearing is in recess until next month. a man stormed a baltimore tv station in a panda outfit shot by police. look at the video. you see the suspect identified as alex brizzi. he threatened to blow up the station. flashing a device. the 25-year-old's father says his son has had problems recently.
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>> when he had his problem a week or two ago, he said that he had a vision from god and that the world was going to end. he thought on june 3rd. i think that's probably on the flash drive. something about the end of the world. if i had to guess. >> a police robot was used to remove the suspect's clothing. the device was made up of chocolate bars wrapped in foil and connected by wires. he was hospitalized, but expected to recover. the ncaa adding a new requirement in its bidding process to put north carolina and other states in the crosshairs. the measure requires sites hosting ncaa events to provide an environment free of discrimination of sexual orientation. the new policy applies to all ncaa events from final fours to educational conferences.
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outrage intensifies after a catastrophic turn in fighting in syria. this air strike destroying a pediatric hospital in aleppo.
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50 people were killed and one of the last pediatricians in the city. let's bring in cnn's nick paton walsh live in beirut. to look the still photos of the devastation of the hospital is heartbreaking. >> reporter: christine, these scenes are common from the syrian war. the reason why this particular one has got such attention is the death toll. of course, it was supported by doctors without borders and it marks the removal of that vaneer that people had of the people inside with the negotiation with the u.s. and russia. now violence is soaring back to levels before the cessation. i should give you a broader picture of the week. the syrian human rights organization of 123 rebel side
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killed. today in aleppo, schools are closed. remarkable, they still try to function. that shows you there are still people living in the besieged area. the big fear as we move forward in the days ahead, we heard u.s. officials warn the russian artillery bound to the city of aleppo. fear among activists that we could be about to see a broader regime or assault. it will be a very long, complicated, nasty operation. it could herald more air strikes like the ghastly scene we have seen in the hospital. >> nick, they want to take aleppo. do we know whose air strike was responsible here? any information, you know, the americans say they were not operating in the area at the time. was it russians or syrian regime? who was responsible? >> reporter: you mean you can put aside the idea this was
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somehow an error in strike. they not involved in striking aleppo. only half of the city is held by rebels. the russian side came out and said there were operating in the skies at that particular time. i have to be honest. they done that a lot in the past. the aim is to make the first words out of the u.s. official's mouth is we didn't do it. the russians have a history of hitting targets in rebel held areas. this could have been a regime barrel bomb. the level of damage and precision suggests a high grade military trying. the preponderance of evidence the past five years of air strikes suggests this was likely to be the regime here and coalition. pretty clear where we are how. >> thank you, nick. just a tragic story. breaking overnight. a huge donald trump rally drawing thousands of supporters and hundreds of protesters.
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breaking overnight. violent protests rage outside donald trump's late night rally. the republican frontrunner campaigning in california. the next battle ground in the race for president. welcome back to "early start." i'm christine romans. >> friday. i'm miguel marquez. it is 31 minutes past the hour. california taking the spotlight in the race for president with the chance to play a role in the nomination for the first time in more than 50 years. late last night, donald trump holding a huge, check that out, huge rally in california. confident he is in his words the presumptive nominee.
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not so fast says the crowd. the raucous protest outside with 20 people injured and 20 people arrested, the frontrunner held the rally. standing by illegal immigration and bashing hillary clinton. he is set to speak later today and he will be joined by cruz and kasich. cnn's jason carroll was at the trump rally last night. >> reporter: christine and miguel, donald trump wrapping up his speech in cosa mesa, california. setting his sights on the delegates up for grabs. he opened up his speech talking about illegal immigration. an issue in the state which is important to the state of california. one of his opening speakers, a father whose son was killed by an undocumented worker back in 2008. trump talked about the need to
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be tough on illegal immigration. talked about building that wall. he also continued to criticize ted cruz for building that so-called alliance with john kasich. >> so now what they're doing is kasich has given up on indiana and hurt all of the people -- we all have these people working hard. the people that are working for kasich said what happened? now all of a sudden and nobody told us? he dropped them terribly. now cruz gave up a couple of other states. so what they're doing is playing russian roulette. that is the dumbest move. the next day they were criticized incredibly. it shows weakness. they choked under pressure. >> reporter: as trump supporters left the costa mesa fairgrounds, some waves mexican flags. trump called his rallies some of
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the safest in the world. he vowed to take indiana and california as well. miguel and christine. >> that is jason carroll in the venue. if you look at the pictures outside. the protesters rocking a police car. somebody put in the back of -- >> this is the most serious we have seen so far at the trump rallies. i guess it will get worse. >> when you look at the instigators in the crowd. what did you see? i saw young people. >> a lot of young people. "l.a. times" reporting a lot of latino immigrants. this is south of los angeles. a conservative area of the state. a very big latino population. trump's campaign is not sitting well with the latino population. a lot of undocumented immigrants and people who side with them. this is the thing as the campaign rolls into california, you will see more. >> if trump does win california and indiana as he promises, it
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puts him in striking distance of the nomination. that is reaching a turning point in the party with many accepting themselves as trump as the standard bearer. one sign is the loathing of ted cruz. former house speaker john boehner slamming cruz as lucifer, that's his word, and worse in a scathing interview with stanford's paper. cruz fires right back. listen. >> lucifer in the flesh. i have democrat friends and republican friends. i get along with all of them. i have never worked with a more miserable son of a belief belief. >> when john boehner calls me lucifer, he is not directing that at me. he's directing that at you. what boehner is angry with me for is not anything i ever said to him.
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i haven't said much of anything. what boehner is angry with me is standing with the american people is energizing house conservatives to stand with the american people and actually honor the commitments we make. >> now there is one certified member of the republican elite sticking with ted cruz and refusing to back donald trump. that's his former rival jeb bush. he sat down with cnn for an interview. >> my personal belief is if donald trump is the nominee, i have been consistent with my view. we will lose the senate and we will lose the presidency in a landslide. our country cannot afford that. >> should the country get around him? >> i think they should support ted cruz. and on the democratic side of the race, bernie sanders softening attacks on hillary clinton.
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focusing instead on how he and his followers can reshape the party. putting it old side of working people instead of big interests. jeff zeleny has more. >> reporter: good morning, christine and miguel. hillary clinton is on the cusp of becoming the party's nominee. bernie sanders is trying to influence the party. even if he won't lead it. he is still pledging to take his movement to the convention. no longer a viable path to win the nomination. he is softening his tone a bit, but rallying supporters as he did thursday in oregon. >> we all agree. this is one thing secretary clinton and i agree on. we must not have a republican in the white house. but i think the evidence is overwhelming that you are looking at the strongest democratic candidate. >> reporter: now for the last two days, the clinton campaign has been ignoring sanders.
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she is off the campaign trail taking a break and writing her game plan for the fall. that plan involves donald trump. aides say the campaign is spending little to no time on any other owe popponenopponent. she released a video. >> planned parenthood should be defunded. get rid of obamacare. i will build a great wall. >> you will have a deportation force. a shutdown of muslims from tennte entering the united states. >> reporter: the clinton campaign believes they need to start taking on trump. christine and miguel. thank you. vice president joe biden making a surprise visit to iraq. shrowded in secrecy.
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he met with prime minister abadi. today, biden will be in rome to give remarks on cancer research at the vatican conference. the vice president is expected to meet with pope francis. time to an early start on your money. american's confidence is lowest all year. gallops index fell the lowest since august. 60% say the economy is getting worse. back in august, stocks were crashing. fears over china were crushing confidence. why are americans down about the economy? the presidential election may be to blame with donald trump bashing the economy. gdp rose 0.5%. it was a tough day for stocks. dow down 200 points. >> as were you reading that, it has to do with the political
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issue. >> you hear so much about how people can't get ahead. the job numbers look good, but don't feel good. people are starting to really believe that. >> there does seem to be a trans anything the country. >> i would say so. >> i call it one america and two economies. new information about the prescription painkillers found in prince's possession when he died. coming up. ♪ we stop tis pain, so you don't have to stop. because you believe in go. onward. today's the day. carpe diem. 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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new developments this morning in the probe surrounding prince's death. law enforcement releasing call logs from the late singer's home to decide if pills he had were prescribed by a doctor. sara sidner has latest. >> reporter: christine and
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miguel, as the memorial grows outside of paisley park, we are learning more from the investigation into the death. when prince's body was found in the elevator in paisley park, he had opioid prescription medication on his person. we are also hearing that medication, the same type of medication that is for severe pain, was found inside of his home. and what we have now heard from investigators is that they have not been able to find any evidence that prince had a valid prescription for that medication. we also know now that the drug enforcement administration is going to be helping investigate this case to give some idea -- the drug enforcement administration has a top priority. that is dealing with the misuse of opioid medication and to determine if someone got the medicines illegally. we also looked into some
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documents that were given out by the sheriff's department here. five years of calls to local law enforcement from paisley park. as we look through them, there were 47 different calls. one of which was the call when prince died. there were also four other, three other medical calls. those medical calls, we are not sure whether or not prince was the subject of the calls. all we know is they were made from paisley park. others are innocuous. we also know that everyone is waiting for that toxicology report. in the end, the only thing, the even only evidence to know what killed prince is in the toxicology and autopsy reports. thank you. an oregon man charged with threatening president obama.
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authorities arrested john martin roos. they appeared to find several pipe bombs in his home. authorities had contact with the 61-year-old last month. roos is being held in jail and likely face the judge within a few days. three suspects linked to the san bernardino shooting pleading not guilty. the gunman's brother and two others facing charges, including federal conspiracy for participating in a sham immigration marriage. authorities say marquez is an unindicted co- conspirator in the sham marriage. the man who gunned down a former saints football star indicted for murder and attempted murder by a grand jury in new orleans. cardell hayes indictment handed down thursday. he is accused of opening fire
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his wife in an alleged road rage incident. smith's lawyers say he was acting in self defense. it is unclear this morning if the man accused of opening fire in the colorado planned parenthood clinic killing three people will stand trial. mental health evaluation found robert lewis dear incompetent. the hearing is in recess until next month. the man who stormed a baltimore tv station in a panda outfit and shot by police, take a look at this. the suspect is identified as alex brizzi walking into the local fox affiliate. he rips open his top and threatened to blow up the station and flashing a device. his dad says his son has been having problems recently. >> when he had his problem a week or two ago, he said that he
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had a vision from god and that the world was going to end. he thought on june 3rd. i think that's probably on the flash drive. something about the end of the world if i had to guess. >> police robot was used to remove the suspect's clothing. authorities say the explosive device was bogus made of chocolate bars wrapped in foil and wires. brizzi is expected to recover. the ncaa adding a new requirement from the bidding process that may put north carolina and other states in the crosshairs. the measure requires sites hosting ncaa events to provide an environment free of discrimination. the board of governors said the policy applies to all ncaa events from final fours to educational conferences. the ncaa statement mentions
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states that recently passed lgbt laws, but doesn't say how the new policy will be implemented. a lot of companies have been saying we are not going to do business in states. >> a new day across the board. stocks took a tumble yesterday. the dow falling more than 200 points. are more losses on the way? we will have an early start on your money next.
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outrage and fighting in syria. an air strike hitting a pediatric hospital in aleppo. 50 people were killed. including one of the last pediatricians in the entire city. let's bring in senior correspondent nick paton walsh in beirut with the latest. nick, a report of a rocket hitting the city and barrel
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bombs. do we know who struck this? >> reporter: very little doubt it was regime or russian air power. they have repeatedly over the past years. in russian's case, they hit this rebel held area. less so in the past months or so. the past 58 days, partially because of something called cessation of hostilities, designed to reduce the violence. this is treated on a global spotlight because it marks the end of the cessation. it was agreed with the u.s. and russia and it was always meant to exclude certain groups they considered terrorists to fight along side other rebels in the aleppo area. this strike killed upwards of 50. most likely a rocket of some description. the devastation intense in the area. those 50 or so a part of 200 people who died in the past
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seven days in violence in aleppo. 123 on the rebel side. 18 children included. the cessation of hostilities was a construct. talk of a monstrous disregard of human life. violence is soaring back to pre-cessation levels. we had bomb strikes for the past four or five years. as horrifying as this, does this, many activists fear, herald a move by the regime to attack aleppo and go after the area. heavily besieged. human life still existing in it. we have seen officials warn that with the peace talks in geneva falling apart. few have a chance to start with. now less talk of that at all. does this potentially mark a new military phase with aleppo in the regime and russia with the
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military. >> and during the so-called cessation of hostilities, it still continued in aleppo. why has this become such a point of contention? >> reporter: it's always been a commercial hub of syria. a huge totem for the rebellion when they took part of it back in 2012. they split it down the middle. obviously the assad government wants to reclaim all of syria. they may have a chance of holding the area. they almost cut it off over a month ago. now there's one key supply route in and out. the major fear is they go for it again and the human suffering of the 200,000 to 300,000 people living in the besieged area. >> horrendous. nick paton walsh, thank you. let's get an early start on your money.
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four and a half hours until the u.s. stock markets open. stuck in neutral. a loss yesterday for stocks. dow down 210 points. oil back above $46 a barrel. the connection seems to be breaking. stocks in europe are falling. wall street had high expectation for amazon's earnings last night. the online retailer delivered. profit swung to $513 million. that makes four profitable quarters in a year. revenue jumped 28%. cloud business and amazon services jumped 63%. netflix and airbnb and major league baseball is one of the best performing units. it is growing the subscription
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of prime members. despite huge gains, amazon is down 11% in 2016. you will get a pop on amazon this morning. apple's bad week is getting worse. carl icahn sold his stake in apple. he said he dumped the shares over how apple navigates the chinese market. the second largest market. icahn owned 46 million shares at the end of 2015. the market dropped 2% after his comments. it is down 9% this week alone due to the worst earnings report in a decade. >> i was delivered here this morning by an amazon drone. >> there's a joke in there about anchors and droning on. not me. "early start" continues now. >> [ bleep ].
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>> easy. >> breaking news this morning. violent protests outside a huge donald trump rally. the republican frontrunner draws thousands late last night. california is now the battle ground in the republican race for president. good morning. welcome to "early start." i'm christine romans. >> i'm -- what's my name? miguel marquez. >> it is friday. >> very important. you are good. 5:00 a.m. here on the east coast. california taking the spotlight in the race for president. a chance to play decisive role in the nomination for the first time in more than 50 years. late last night, donald trump holding a huge rally in southern california. confident he is in his words the presumptive nominee. a raucous anti-trump protest raged outside with several people injured and 20 people arrested. the frontrunner enjoyed the

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