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video of president obama and first lady michelle obama of the "star wars" dance party in december. that's it for me tonight. "early start" with christine romans and john berman begins now. the last man standing. donald trump on the campaign trail as the only republican left in the race for president. speaking to cnn about the general election fight in front of him. hillary clinton taking aim at donald trump speaking with cnn about the presumptive republican nominee and the democratic primary challenger she still can't shake. good morning. welcome to "early start." i'm john berman. >> i'm christine romans. it is thursday, may 5th. 4:00 a.m. in the east. donald trump has cleared the field. he is the presumptive republican nominee. even so, he is on the campaign trail in west virginia.
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trump officially the last man standing after ohio governor john kasich dropped out less than 24 hours after ted cruz. donald trump says he has his eyes fixed on november. >> do you think the general election campaign already started? you versus hillary clinton? for all practical purposes, bernie sanders is out? >> i think what has happened is a flip. i thought i would be going longer and she would be going shorter. she can't put it away. i put it away. she can't put it away. i thought i would be out there and she would be campaigning against me. i'll be campaigning against her. >> the general election campaign from your perspective starts today? >> it essentially started. started today. >> trump tells wolf that he is looking at potential running mates. jim acosta has more. >> reporter: john and christine,
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with cruz and kasich out of the race, sources for trump say the gop nominee presumptive will start with a biggerstaff to begin forces with the rnc. advisers say names are surfacing in the early favorites in running mate. trump said he wants a politician to help balance out the gop ticket. >> i want somebody helping me to get things passed through senate and congress. to me, i think in terms of vice president, i'll go the political route. i don't need the business route. >> you think some of your former rivals wld be on that list? >> could be. >> even those who said nasty things about you? >> i feel differently about that. when somebody says nasty, i never like them quite the same. >> reporter: a trump source says cnn that ohio governor rob
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portman and governor nicki haley are on the list. all three of those potential running mates they are not interested. portman through a spokesman said he would not be vice president. haley offered a statement, i'm proud to be mentioned and what it says what is going in south carolina. i'm not interested in serving as vice president. other names will come up. trump told cnn's wolf blitzer he would like to vet john kasich. >> jim, thanks so much. clearly uniting republicans will take a lot of work. many are dodging reporter questions or say they will not back trump. both presidents bush, father and son, make it clear they will not participate at all in the campaign. others reluctantly or not are climbing on the trump band
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wagon. mitch mcconnell said i have committed to supporting the nominee chosen by republican voters and donald trump the presumptive nominee. he now has the obligation to unite our party around our goals. on the democratic side, hillary clinton and bernie sanders on the campaign trail. she is on the west coast fighting for the last big prize. california. with the republican fight now settled, clinton is trying to turn full attention to the general election and donald trump, but sanders is vowing to stay in the race all the way to the convention. a move clinton says sheas no quarrel with. >> i know there are still contests ahead. i respect senator sanders in whatever chase he makes. i have empathy, anderson. i ran to the very end in 2008. and i won 9 of the last 12
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contests. people forget that. i won indiana. i won west virginia. i won a lot of states. but i could not close the gap in pledged delegates. the gap between me and senator sanders is far wider than it was between me and senator obama. >> senior white house correspondent jeff zeleny has more. >> reporter: john and christine, hillary clinton is campaigning in california today. a reminder her primary fight with sanders is still on. the california primary on june 7th, is one of the last contests in the last democratic fight. the campaign is suddenly making a hard turn to the general election. she is sharpening her battle plan for donald trump and intentionally choosing two words to describe him. she said those two words again yesterday with anderson cooper. >> i don't think we can take a risk on a loose cannon like donald trump running our country. you know, donald trump has said
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it's okay for other countries to get nuclear weapons. i think that's just downright dangerous. he said wages are too high. i think we need to have a raise for the american people. raise the minimum wage. get wages going up. i think when he says women should be punished for having abortions, that is beyond anything that i can imagine. i think most women can imagine. >> he can walk that back. >> he's a loose cannon. >> reporter: as she uses the words loose canyon and tricky. he is calling her crooked. with all of the republicans out of the race, sanders is the third wheel. he is staying in through california and the convention. john and christine. >> thanks, jeff. a federal judge planning for top aids to give information in the
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lawsuit over hillary clinton's server. the judge left it open for hillary clinton to testify later. among those who will give depositions, her former chief of staff cheryl mills. time for an early start. stocks are higher after a drop yesterday. investors can thank oil. oil up 3% right now. stocks in europe and asia are mixed. takata's air bag recall issues got worse. the company's recalling additional 35 million to 40 million air bags. that doubles that to 69 million in the u.s. this is the largest recall in u.s. history. that means 20% of all cars on the nation's roads have air bags that pose a risk to drivers. only 8 million have been
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repaired. takata says it will not have enough parts to fix all of them until the year 2019. three more years. dangerous air bags on the roads. the air bags inflaters can malfunction. the faulty air bags have been tied to hundreds of injuries and deaths in the u.s. takata will offer its best efforts to fix the problem. 1 in 5 cars on the road in the u.s. needs an air bag fixed. >> that doesn't seem soon. new details pouring in about prince's final days and his batting with addiction.
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a new picture emerging of the fine days and hours of prince. he was scheduled to meet with doctors in california specializing in opioid addiction. he died the day before the
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meeting was supposed to take place. his manager team described a grave medical emergency. let's get more from stephanie elam. >> reporter: dr. howard kornfeld was unable to travel to minnesota on april 21st, but planned to arrive on the 22nd. instead, he sent his son on a red eye flight to meet with him at paisley park. his job to explain how the intervention worked. >> he set into motion a plan with what he felt was a life-saving mission. and that mission was to get prince to a doctor in minnesota on thursday morning. he contacted a trusted colleague
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of his. that minnesota doctor cleared his schedule for thursday morning to provide privacy to prince. prince did not show up for that appointment on thursday morning. >> reporter: the lawyer says andrew, who arrived at paisley park at 9:30 a.m. thursday with two associates was the one who called 911 after prince was discovered in an elevator. in another development, a former lawyer for duane nelson, one of prince's half siblings that duane told him that prince used percocet after one of his performan performances. he said he would pre-cure the painkiller for prince. duane did work for prince at paisley park, but was fired and sued his famous half brother. christine and john. >> stephanie, thank you for
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that. a new transgender bathroom law in north carolina which is a violation of the civil rights act. critics claim it opens the door to discrimination to the lgbt community. if the ruling stands, north carolina stands to lose hundreds of millions in education funding. california is the second state in the nation to raise the legal smoking age to 21. governor jerry brown signed the measure in law on thursday. california will monitor electronic cigarettes. the governor vetoed a bill to allow local governments to allow taxes on tobacco products. emotional visit for president obama in flint, michigan where the tap water is undrinkable. he said he has their back and
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said progress is being made. >> there you go. you know, generally i have not been doing students here, but, you know, this used a filter. the water around this table was flint water that was filtered. it just confirms what we know scientifically which is if you are using a filter and installing it, then flint water at this point is drinkable. >> the president announced a $10 million allocation from health and human services for medicare services in flint. attorneys for bill cosby are trying to file an emergency stay to keep the case from moving forward. cosby's team arguing a former district attorney promised him
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immunity in exchange for testimony in 2005. johnny manziel faces a texas judge this morning. he was booked yesterday on the misdemeanor charge stemming from the domestic violence complaint by his ex-girlfriend. manziel has pleaded not guilty. firefighters with a difficult time gaining ground against a wildfire in canada. more than 80,000 people forced to evacuate in the town of fort mcmurray. winds are pushing the flames to a local airport. firefighters are trying to get a handle on it by air and ground. so far, no injuries. >> you see how devastating it has been. chilly temperature for the northeast. let's bring in meteorologist derek van dam. >> good morning, john and christine. i hope you have not put away the jackets. cool weather today for the
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northeast. we're talking temperatures around 10 to 15 degrees where they should be this time of year. all thanks to a slow moving low pressure system that's just moving off the new england coastline wrapping in the cool air from the north and a bit of showery weather from the nation's capital through boston and new york city. as far as the carolinas. otherwise, across the central u.s., lots of sunshine with high pressure in control and nice warming trend across the colorado rockies. going forward over the next 24 hours, you see the cooler weather holding on tight. showery weather through the weekend and yet another cold front diving south. that one not as strong as what we're experiencing now. 57 in new york today. 58 degrees in d.c. raleigh, 63. st. louis, 69. chicago at 61. temperatures starting to go up from here. in the big apple, 70s by next week. the four-day forecast is looking
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going as well. derek, thank you. new information on the isis attack that killed a u.s. navy s.e.a.l. in iraq. we have that for you next.
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new this morning, new footage from the intense firefight against isis militants in iraq. the first look at the gun battle that killed a u.s. navy s.e.a.l. who was trying to save a member from an attack. we have jomana karadsheh live with that video. what do we know that killed the navy s.e.a.l., jomana?
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>> reporter: christine, this video obtained by britain's guardian newspaper gives you a glimpse into the intense battle that took place on tuesday. [ gunfire ] >> reporter: you can see and you can hear u.s. special operation forces there trying to fight back this isis assault. we also heard from colonel steve warren, the u.s. spokesperson in baghdad, telling reporters about this attack and how it unfolded on tuesday. he says that an advise and assist team was visiting. they had a meeting with the kurdish peshmerga forces in the town of teleskafa north of mosul. this is two miles back from the kurdish frontlines. at 7:30 a.m. local on tuesday,
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isis militants launched this massive surprise coordinated and complex attack using bulldozers and suicide truck bombs and infantry. they managed to punch through and sprinted to the town where the u.s. team happened to be. a u.s. quick reaction force which is made up of navy s.e.a.l.s, in this case responded to the attack to assist to u.s. forces on the ground. that is the team that navy s.e.a.l. charlie keating iv was killed in the assault. we heard a medevac operation happened. they managed to medevac the navy s.e.a.l. and choppers came under fire from the isis forces on the
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ground. they took small arms fire and the operation, this medevac operation happened at the right time to try to get him the medical help he needed, but his wounds were unsurvivable. we heard that the u.s. used drones and they also used fighter jets, dropped more than 30 bombs on the isis positions. this is a battle, christine, that is being described by the u.s. military as one of the most intense and largest they have seen that isis has managed to pull off in months since december of last year. >> jomana karadsheh, thank you for that. our thoughts and prayers with his family. a tragedy out there. donald trump and hillary clinton taking aim at each other. two interviews with cnn. the frontrunner and the presumptive nominee taking aim at each other. if you have medicare
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donald trump now the only republican left in the race for president. he begins his vice presidential search and he speaks with cnn about what's next. also speaking with cnn, hillary clinton, one-on-one, about taking on donald trump and why bernie sanders campaign doesn't bother her. welcome back to "early start." i'm christine romans. >> i'm john berman. 31 minutes past the hour. donald trump has cleared the field and he is the presumptive republican nominee. even so, he will be on the campaign trail in west virginia today. west virginia votes next tuesday with nebraska. trump the last man standing after ohio governor john kasich dropped out. trump tells cnn he now has his eyes firmly fixed on november. >> do you think the general election campaign has already
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started? you versus hillary clinton? for all practical purposes bernie sanders is out? >> i think what has happened, there's been a flip. i'm surprised by it. i thought i would be going longer and she would be going shorter. she can't put it away. that's like a football team that can't put the football over the line. she can't put it away. i thought i would be out there and she would be campaign against me. i'll be campaigning against her while she's campaigning. >> the general election campaign starts today? >> essentially it started. started today. >> trump tells blitzer he is now starting to look at potential running mates. jim acosta has more on that. >> reporter: john and christine, with ted cruz and john kasich out of the race, trump sources say the presumptive gop nominee will focus on a 50-state general election campaign with a biggerstabigge bigger staff to begin forces with the rnc. names are surfacing as early
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favorites. trump wants a politician. >> i want somebody that would help me from a legislative standpoint. getting things passed through senate and congress. to me, that's why i think probably in terms of vice president, i'll go the political route. >> you think some of your former republican presidential rivals could be on the list? >> could be. >> even people who said nasty things about you? >> i feel differently about that. when somebody says nasty, i never like them quite the same. >> reporter: a trump source tells cnn rob portman and martinez and nicki haley are early favorites. his daughter ivanka is said to be involved in the process. all three of the running mates are telling cnn they are not interested. portman said he is not
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interested through a spokesperson. haley says my plate is full and i'm not interested in serving as vice president. and trump told wolf blitzer he would like to vet john kasich. >> thank you, jim. uniting republicans will take a lot of work. many party leaders are dodging reporters questions or simply saying outright they will not back donald trump. both presidents bush, father and son, stating they will not participate at all in the campaign. others reluctantly or not, are climbing on the trump band wagon. senate majority leader mitch mcconnell said i have supported the nominee. the presumptive nominee, donald trump, is on the verge of clinching that nomination. he has the obligation to unite
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the party. and on the democratic side, hillary clinton and bernie sanders on the campaign trail. clinton in california. the republican fight now settled. she is trying to turn her attention to the general election and donald trump, but bernie sanders is making it complicated. vowing to stay in the race to the convention. a move she has no quarrel with. >> i know there are contests ahead. i respect sanders in whatever choices. i have a lot of empathy. i ran to the very end in 2008. >> you know what it feels like? >> i won 9 of the last 12 contests. i won indiana. i won west virginia. i won a lot of states. but i could not close the gap in pledged delegates. the gap between me and senator sanders is far wider than it was between me and senator obama. >> we have jeff zeleny with more now on hillary clinton's
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two-front battle. >> reporter: john and christine, hillary clinton is campaigning today in california. a reminder that her primary fight with bernie sanders is still on. the california primary on june 7th will be one of the last contests in the long democratic fight. the campaign is making a hard turn to the general election. she is sharpening her battle plan for donald trump and choosing two words to describe him. she said those two words again and again yesterday with anderson cooper. >> i don't think we can take a risk on a loose cannon like donald trump running our country. you know, donald trump has said it's okay for other countries to get nuclear weapons. i think that's downright dangerous. he has said wages are too high. i think we need to have a raise for the american people. raise the minimum wage. get wages back going up. i think when he says women should be punished for having abortions, that is just beyond anything that i can imagine.
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i think most women can imagine. >> he did walk that back. >> well, he's a loose cannon. >> reporter: so as she uses the words loose cannon and risky, he is calling her crooked hillary. leadi leading trump by 13 points in a new orc poll. sanders is the third wheel here. he says he is staying in through at least california and the convention. john and christine. >> thanks, jeff. the federal judge approved a plan for top aides to hillary clinton for the freedom of information lawsuit over her personal e-mail server. the judge left open the possibility that clinton may have to testify later. a watch dog group wants proof the state department did adequate searches of the e-mails while she was secretary of state. among those giving depositions are her former staff member cheryl mills. drivers lining up to buy
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tesla cars is preventing it from making a profit. it is pouring $2 billion in production. they will deliver twice as many cars to consumers. elon musk say they may fall short of a profit this year. the ceo says he frequently sleeps in a conference room near the production floor to keep a close eye on operations. musk says the most important part of the plan is to hire top talent. two vice presidents just left the company this week. tesla received 325,000 orders for the model 3 which starts at $35,000. customers had to put down $1,000 deposit for delivery next year. when they showed the car, there were lines out the door. i love the idea that elon musk has a sleeping bag under his desk. >> that has happened in my office a few times. new information about the final days of prince.
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what we're learning now about his battle with addiction. we have new information. that's next. wanna drink more water? with sodastream you turn plain water into sparkling water in seconds. and because it's so delicious, you'll drink 43% more water every day. sodastream. love your water.
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a new picture emerging of the final days and hours of prince. he was scheduled to meet with representatives from a california doctor specializing in opioid addiction. the singer's inner circle were frantic to get help as they described as a grave medical emergency. we get more from stephanie elam. >> reporter: christine and john, dr. howard kornfeld was unable to travel on the 21st, but planned to arrive on the 22nd to minnesota. that is according to the minneapolis lawyer representing the daughter. he sent his son to meet with prince at paisley park. his job was to explain to the
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musician how treatment works. mouzy says this was an intervention set up by prince's team. >> he set up a plan to deal with what he felt was a life-saving mission. that mission was to get prince to a doctor in minnesota on thursday morning. he contacted a trusted colleague of his. that minnesota doctor cleared his schedule for thursday morning to provide privacy to prince. prince did not show up for that appointment on thursday morning. >> reporter: the lawyer says andrew, who arrived at paisley park at 9:30 a.m. thursday with two of prince's associates was the one that called 911 and he was discovered unconscious in the elevator. in another development, a former lawyer for duane nelson, one of
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prince's half siblings, said duane told him the singer used percocet decades ago to come down from a performance. an attorney told him duane would procure the painkiller for prince. duane did work for prince at paisley park, but was fired and ended up suing his famous half brother. christine and john. >> stephanie, thank you. the justice department is giving the state of north carolina until monday to remedy the bathroom law that it calls a violation of the civil rights act. the law neutralizes anti-discrimination ordinances like the city of charlotte. if the ruling stands, north carolina could lose hundreds of millions of dollars in federal education funding. california is the second state in the nation to raise the legal smoking age to 21.
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governor jerry brown signed measure into law on thursday. the governor vetoed a bill that would have allowed local governments to impose taxes on tobacco products. emotional visit to flint, michigan for president obama. he spoke to hundreds of residents at the high school where the tap water is still undrinkable. he told the people of flint he has their back. he did his best to show them progress has been made. >> there you go. you know, generally i have not been doing stunts here, but this used a filter. you know, the water around this table was flint water that was filtered. it just confirms what we know scientifically which is that if you are using a filter and installing it, then flint water at this point is drinkable. >> during his visit, he
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announced a $10 million allocation from health and human services for medical services in flint and lead contamination and treatment. attorneys for bill cosby are trying to delay a may 24th hearing against the criminal assault case in pennsylvania. they filed an emergency stay asking to keep the case from moving forward. a former district attorney promised immunity in exchange for testimony in a civil suit in 2005. johnny manziel faces a judge this morning. he was booked yesterday on a misdemeanor charge stemming from the domestic violence complaint by his ex-girlfriend. the charge carries a sentence of up to one year in jail and a $4,000 fine. firefighters in canada having a tough time gaining ground on the wildfire. up to 80,000 people evacuated. the entire town of fort
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mcmurray. the oil stands region have been destroyed. winds pushing flames to the local airport. firefighters battling the blaze by air and ground and so far, unbelievab unbelievably, no injuries. chilly temperatures for the northeast. let's bring in meteorologist derek van dam. >> temperatures are running 10 to 15 degrees where they should be this time of year for new york city and some of the surrounding areas. the map here shows light at the end of the tunnel. the warmth across the central u.s. and how it slowly shifts to the east. we say good-bye to the cool weather as we head into the second half of the weekend. here is the four-day forecast for some of the major cities over the east. atlanta heating up to the upper 80s by sunday. lower 70s for the nation's capital. mid-60s for the big apple. chicago is warming up as well. unfortunately, a bit of rain.
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you can see a slow moving area of low pressure that continues to rotate across the carolinas. that will send showers to new york and boston and philadelphia and washington, d.c. needed rainfall out west. especially for central california. the central parts of the u.s. sunny and dry. boston, you warm up as well. back to you. thanks, derek. it has been a rough start to the month for the stock market. i'll tell you why all that volatility is back when we get a look at your money next.
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this morning, new footage from the intense firefight against isis militants in iraq. the first look at the gun battle that killed a u.s. navy s.e.a.l. cnn's jomana karadsheh is live with the video. good morning, jomana. >> reporter: good morning, john.
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that video, a cell phone video shot by kurdish peshmerga forces and obtained by britain's guardian newspaper gives us a glimpse of the intense battle on tuesday. dramatic scenes where you see u.s. special operations forces fighting back this major complex attack by isis militants. we are getting more information about the attack and what u.s. forces were doing there in a briefing by the u.s. military spokesperson colonel steve warren. he says 7:30 a.m. local on tuesday, 125 isis militants using bulldozers and truck bombs and infantry attacked the kurdish frontlines north of the
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city of mosul. u.s. advise and assist team was in the town of teleskaf. with the intensity of the attack and assault by isis, they managed to punch through the kurdish frontlines and made it into the town and a firefight ensued. a quick reaction force of u.s. navy s.e.a.l.s arrived at the scene. this is where navy s.e.a.l. charlie keating iv was killed. he was part of the quick reaction force. the u.s. military says there were no other casualties in the attack. the medevac choppers arrived on the scene also were hit by small arms fire by isis. the u.s. responded using drones and fighter jets dropping more than 30 bombs on isis positions killing dozens of isis fighters. john, this is described by the
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u.s. military as the largest most intense assault they have seen carried out by isis in months since december of last year. >> this is all in preparing iraqi forces along with u.s. support to retake mosul. jomana karadsheh, thank you. russia warning nato not to more ahead with troop build up. it is designed to regain violence. they say they will retaliate by creating new positions. north korea's propaganda machine running at fuel steam. the ruling party is holding congress in 36 years. the state is calling all to honor kim jong-un. he is attending his own
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coordination as supreme leader. praising him for crushing evil challenges. and let's get an early start on your money. dow futures higher. oil jumping 3%. stocks in europe are rising and shares in asia are lower. volatility back on wall street. dow with triple digit moves four of the past five days. may off to a rough start. the recent rally from february lows seems to have stalled. the good news, stocks and oil seem to break-away. the now big focus on the u.s. economy. the government releases april jobs report on friday. that will give the market direction and create talking points for the presidential candidates on the campaign trail. there was a private sector survey yesterday which was weak. apple is america's favorite stock. despite a rough past few weeks, investors are not selling. informal survey shows 80% are
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holding on to the stock or buying more. look at the run up over the past 15 years. when the stock was below $2 a share. there was a big buying spree after steve jobs died in 2011. the recent drop in the share price follows the worst investment in years. carl icahn dropped his stock. the stock is a good value compared with other s&p values. apple had quite a move. mom and pop still holding on. "early start" continues right now. >> the last man standing. donald trump is the only republican left in this race. he speaks to cnn about the general election fight in front
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of him. hillary clinton taking aim at donald trump and speaking with cnn about the presumptive republican nominee and the democratic party challenger she cannot shake. good morning. nice to see you. welcome to "early start." i'm christine romans. >> i'm john berman. it is thursday, may 5th. donald trump has cleared the field. he is the presumptive republican nominee. even so, he is on the campaign trail in west virginia which votes next tuesday. he is the last man standing after ohio governor john kasich dropped out. trump tells cnn he has his eyes fixed firmly on november. >> do you think the general election campaign has already started? you versus hillary clinton? for all practical purposes bernie sanders is out? >> i think there has been a flip. i'm surprised by it. i thought i would be going longer and she would be going shorter. she can't put it away. that's like a football team that cannot put the ball over the
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line. she can't put it away. i thought i would be out there and she would be campaigning against me. i'll be campaigning against her. >> the general election campaign from your perspective starts today. >> essentially it started. yeah. it started today. >> trump also tells wolf blitzer he is now looking at potential running mates. jim acosta has more. >> reporter: with ted cruz and john kasich out of the race, trump sources say the presumptive nominee will build a 50-state general election campaign that will begin forces with the rnc. advisers of trump say names are surfacing as early favorites and the search for a running mate. trump wants a politician to help balance out the gop ticket. >> i would want somebody to help me from a legislative standpoint. getting things passed through senate and congress and to me that's why i think probably in terms of vice president,

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