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that it for us. we will see you back here at 10:00. "early start" begins with alison kosik and george howell right now. >> breaking overnight. hillary clinton on camera responding to a scathing report on how she handled her e-mail while serving as secretary of state. what's happening in the investigation. and donald trump blasting hillary clinton overnight. also facing new backlash from within his own party. and the donald agreeing to debate bernie sanders before the california primary. will it happen? good morning. welcome to "early start." i'm george howell. >> good morning. i'm alison kosik. it is thursday, may 26th. breaking overnight. hillary clinton responding on
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camera to the inspector general report on the use of the e-mail server while secretary of state. saying clinton did not seek permission to use a private e-mail server and would not have received the okay if she had asked. last night clinton defended herself saying the report's criticism is nothing new. >> there may be reports that come out, but nothing has changed. it's the same story. just like previous secretaries of state, i used a personal e-mail. many people did. it was not at all unprecedented. i have turned overa all my e-mails. i will continue to be open. it's not an issue that will effect the campaign or my presidency. >> today, the state department weighs in on a freedom of information lawsuit that would
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compel testimony from her e-mails from hillary clinton herself. this is one filed by judicial watch. taking a deposition today from a top aide to clinton when she was at the state department. cheryl mills is asking the judge to prevent release of the video from the deposition. mills fears it will be used in a partisan attack against clinton. whatever the judge decides, the organization will be able to release a transcript. and as sure as the sun rises, donald trump is blasting clinton at a rally overnight. listen. >> crooked hillary. she's as crooked as they come. she had bad news today, as you know, from some reports. came down weren't so good. not so good. the inspector general's report.
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not good. but i want to run against hillary. i just want to run. >> more breaking news overnight. signs there may be trouble brewing in the highest levels in the trump campaign. a top aide leaves six weeks after he was hired. jim acosta has more. >> reporter: donald trump has rallies out west, but his campaign has parted ways with the staffer. former scott walker aide, rick wiley left the campaign. some dispute he was fired saying he was hearing complaints throughout the campaign. trump kept up attacks on hillary clinton and elizabeth warren. >> i was being hit by everybody. i was being hit by the republicans. i was being hit by pocohantas.
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pocohantas. that's elizabeth warren. i call her goofy. no, no, goofy. she gets less done than anybody in the united states senate. she gets nothing done. nothing passed. she's got a big mouth. >> reporter: there were most clashes with trump protesters and police in anaheim. trump is trying to keep thing calm into the gop. he was scheduled to have a call with house speaker paul ryan whose aides knock down reports he was on the verge of endorsing trump. they want to give ryan all the time he needs. george and alison. >> thank you, jim. donald trump's feud with the republican governor of new mexico is raising doubts about the ability to unite the gop. blasting susan martinez. blaming her for new mexico's high unemployment rate and food
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stamp dependency. this after she said she was too busy to join trump at his rally. former candidate john kasich racing to martinez defense. saying martinez is an outstanding governor who brought reform to a blue state. she is what our party and nominee should be. lifting up and supporting. not tearing down. we are hearing a confession of sorts from donald trump. he admits his past praise of bill and hillary clinton may have been just a bit insincere. trump making an appearance on jimmy kimmel. explaining why he was complimentary a few short years ago. >> in 2008, you said you thought hillary would be an excellent president. what did she do? >> let me explain. i will tell you. when i'm a businessman, i had a
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story with this trump a world class mibusinessman. people ask me about politicians. they ask me about hillary. wonderful. everybody's wonderful. that's how it is. including contributions. they ask for contributions. i give contributions. >> you were full of [ bleep ] when you said that? >> jimmy and donald. kimmel asked if trump would be willing to debate bernie sanders in california after clinton refused. trump said he would do it for charity. a few hours ago, sanders tweeted this. game on. i look forward to debating donald trump in california before the june 7th primary. alison, will that happen? there are no dates on the books. we'll see. >> the question is out there. first on cnn, news that hillary clinton plans to launch her tv ad battle for california on friday.
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the relatively modest tv buy will target latino and asian-american voters. that is a sign that hillary clinton is taking the challenge for california seriously. cnn's jeff zeleny has more on that. >> reporter: george and alison, hillary clinton and bernie sanders fighting hard in california. hillary clinton in northern california today. bernie sanders in southern california. competing for the june 7th primary. it sounds more and more like the general election every day. hillary clinton was going hard after donald trump on immigration. >> when donald trump talks about deporting 11 million immigrants, he's not only talking about ripping families apart, is he? he is talking about deporting more than one half of the 2.4 million farm workers who help
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feed our country. >> reporter: that is a preview to the general election message she hopes to carry against donald trump in nevada, colorado and other states with significant hispanic populations. bernie sanders is focusing on donald trump. saying he is the democrat to beat donald trump. >> if we win the democratic primary in california and other five states on june 7th, we will have enormous momentum. when we leave the democratic convention with the nomination, donald trump is toast. >> reporter: at the end of the day, one democrat will actually take on donald trump. hillary clinton has a significant lead still in delegates. sanders still trying to fight to the finish line trying to make it 50/50 in pledge delegates. unlikely he will do that. he is still trying to make the
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argument democrats should give him one last look. >> thank you, jeff. and bob igor firing back at bernie sanders overnight. at the rally overnight on tuesday, sanders asked the crowd if anyone was making a working wage at disney. he said the company is an example of how the economy is rigged. it's not the first time sanders has been critical of disney. he previously accused the media company of exploiting people in china and called for the company to keep the jobs in america. iger took to sanders on twitter. we created 11,000 new jobs at disneyland in the past decade. how many jobs have you created? what have you contributed to the u.s. economy? you may remember that sanders and jeffery immell got into a tiff over similar accusations
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with sanders saying ge is destroying the moral fabric of america. it is interesting to see the ceos get out there and punch back at the comments. >> they are taking a lot of heat this campaign. passengers stuck in lines for hours at airports across the country. here is the thing. it will not get any better. this is hartsfield-jackson in atlanta. what the officials are saying next. "ow..."
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if you plan on flying in the next few months, bad news for you. you have to prepare for a great deal of misery. the head of the tsa peter neffenger telling a house committee quote we have a challenge. translation. no end in sight to the long lines at security check points. the tsa boss assuring angry lawmakers he is meeting the challenge head on. more now from cnn aviation correspondent rene marsh.
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>> reporter: alison and george, the head of the tsa on capitol hill wednesday due to the painfully long wait times at the airports. the agency increased overtime for the screeners. additional 768 tsa officers on the job by mid-june. they set up a command center to monitor wait times across the country. they know where officers need to be. they are making more part-time workers full-time. those actions won't change things right now. passengers should still be prepared to wait and it is not just about convenience, it is a security issue. we saw what happened at brussels. terrorists targeted a soft area of the airport. there is an issue of the lines in the soft area of the airport. we are expecting a record number of people flying this summer.
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the bottom line is tsa does not have enough screeners to match that need. when asked how many screeners the agency does need. tsa could not immediately tell congress. alison, george. >> rene, thanks. 11 states suing the obama administration over the school bathroom guidance. the federal suit filed in texas claiming the white house is overstepping its reach. schools have been told to allow transgender students to use facilities that correspond with their identity. the lawsuit maintains the administration's guidance has no bases in law and could cause seismic changes in school operations. an about-face by the house on the lgbt amendment. it passed last night after failing by a single vote last week. the amendment upholds the 2014
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executive order based on contractors discriminating on gender or sexual orientation. and south carolina bans abortion after 20 weeks. it only allows doctors to perform the procedure after 20 weeks if the fetus has a fatal anomaly or the life of the mother is threatened. doctors who disobey the law face jail time. breaking overnight. at least one person is dead following a shooting ahead of a hip hop concert here in new york. it happened back stage. the rapper t.i. was preparing to go on and taken inside the venue. t.i. was in the building, but two other people were performing at the time of the shooting.
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an nypd detective says three men and one woman were shot. police are canvassing video for a suspect or suspects in the case. cnn has reached out it t.i. representatives for comment. emergency operations under way right now in northern kansas where a huge tornado touched down hours ago. look at this. you are looking at dick inson county. several people were hurt in the storm. 15 to 20 homes destroyed. a shelter has been set up for those forced to flee their homes. such a destructive storm. >> here is the thing, kansas and other areas in the bull's-eye today. our meteorologist derek van dam has the latest. derek. >> another day and another round of severe weather, george and alison. this time, 12 tornadoes touched
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down across the central u.s. the potential for severe thunderstorms this afternoon. a modest risk from missouri to nebraska and central texas. large hail and isolated tornadoes. marginal risk for portions of iowa and even stretching to chicago. with temperatures reaching 90 degrees in new york, we have an air quality alert for many of the major cities along the coastline. do take care as you step outside. temperatures in the upper 80s. for the nation's capital. still watching the tropical storm development. >> you know, june 1st is hurricane season. here we go. president obama in japan meeting with world leaders at the g7 summit.
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the focus is terrorism. we are live next.
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president obama joining other world powers at the g7 summit focusing on terrorism. leaders vowing to crackdown on terror financing. we have cnn's michelle kosinski live from japan. any specifics discussed on how to crackdown on the financing of terrorism, specifically isis? >> reporter: alison, this has been talked about for a long time. there has been progress made in the area, but now they want to look at sharing more financial information. a couple of other specifics on
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how basically these countries can work together. sharing information is a big deal to prevent terrorism itself. belgium was criticized for not reacting as quickly to information they had. there were mistakes in the process. as the countries leaders are here and talking about terror, right in belgium, raids are going on to hunt more suspects. this is overarchingly an economic meeting. terrorism and other threats are going to play a role in what is talked about. we are talking about cyber security that these countries are going to agree to basically look at cyber attacks similar to an act of war. to an armed attack. they would take appropriate action. the u.s. has been the victim of cyber attacks many, many times. we have been seeing the hackings over and over. the threat of north korea. that is a constant.
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they will talk about that, too. one interesting thing as the unknowns and risks in the world go. one question mark is who is the next u.s. president and how is american foreign policy going to change as a result? during one of the breaks, we could hear president obama talking about donald trump. we heard his name mentioned. it sounded like obama was talking about his mistake. we don't know what they were talking about. the white house said it is a problem whenever the president sits down with world leaders. the american election is a hot topic if not the first thing they want to hear about and discuss because their question is what happens next after president obama leaves office? >> u.s. politics not the on official agenda, but a huge conversation. michelle kosinski following the g7 summit. thank you.
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breaking overnight. hillary clinton playing defense over a scathing new report on how she used e-mail while serving as secretary of state. donald trump blasting clinton overnight, but facing backlash from republicans. donald trump talking about debating bernie sanders before the california primary. welcome back to "early start." i'm george howell. >> i'm alison kosik. >> and breaking overnight. the use of e-mail while serving as secretary of state.
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the report claims clinton did not seek permission to use the server. and if asked to receive the okay, she would not have gotten. last night, clinton said the report's criticism is nothing new. >> well, there may be reports that come out, but nothing has changed. it's the same story. just like previous secretaries of state, i used a personal e-mail. many people did. it was not at all unprecedented. i have turned overall my e-mails. no one else can say that. i have been open about doing that. i will continue to be open. it's not an issue that's going to effect the campaign or my presidency. >> today, the state department weighing in on a freedom of information lawsuit that would compel testimony about clinton's e-mails from hillary clinton herself. the suit is one of several filed by the group judicial watch. the conservative organization
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taking a deposition today from clinton when she was at the state department. cheryl mills is asking the judge to prevent the release of the video. mills said it would be used in a partisan attack against clinton. whatever, the group will release a transcript of the testimony. donald trump bouncing on the news of the critical report. blasting clinton at a rally overnight. >> crooked hillary. she's as crooked as they come. she had a little bad news today, as you know, from some reports which came down. weren't so good. not so good. the inspector general's report. not good. but i want to run against hillary. i just want to run against her. >> more breaking news overnight. signs that trouble may be
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brewing at the highest level of the donald trump campaign. a top aide leaves six weeks after hired. jim acosta has more on that. >> reporter: george and alison, donald trump is holding rallies out west, his campaign parted ways with the top staffer. rick wiley was leaving team trump saying his role was a temporary one. trump sources say wiley was fired. hearing complaints from wiley throughout the campaign. trump kept up on the targets of hillary clinton and elizabeth warren. >> i was being hit by everybody. i was being hit by the republicans. i was being hit by pocohantas. pocohantas. pocohantas. that's elizabeth warren. i call her goofy.
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no, no, goofy. she gets less done than anybody in the united states senate. she gets nothing done. nothing past. she has a big mouth. that's about it. >> reporter: the report clashes with protesters and police in anaheim. donald trump is trying to keep thing calm in the gop. he was set to have a call with paul ryan whose aides are knocking down reports that ryan is endorsing trump. donald trump's feud with the governor of new mexico is raising dout raising doubts about his ability to unite the party. blaming her for new mexico's high unemployment rate and food stamp dependency. this after martinez told reporters she was too busy to join a trump rally in the state. former presidential candidate john kasich racing to martinez
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defense. governor martinez is an outstanding governor who brought conservative reform to a blue state. she is who our party and nominee should be lifting up and supporting, not tearing down. a confession from donald trump. he admits his past praise of bill and hillary clinton may have been a little bit insincere. trump on jimmy kimmel. listen to why he was so complimentary in 2008. >> you thought hillary would make an excellent president. in 2012, you thought she was terrific. what did she do? what happened? >> let me explain to you. i will tell you. when i'm a businessman, i had a story where they said trump is a world class businessman. i speak well of everybody. if people ask me about politicians, i speak well. when everybody asks me about hillary, she's wonderful. that's the way it is.
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they ask me for contributions. >> you some were full of [ bleep ] when you said it? >> okay. kimmel asked trump if he would be willing to debate sanders in california after clinton refused. trump said he would do charity. a few hours ago, sanders tweeted this. game on. i look forward to debating trump in california before the june 7th primary. new that hillary clinton plans the tv ad battle starting on friday. campaign aides tell cnn the modest tv buy will target latino and african-american voters. this is one sign that she is taking bernie sanders challenge for california seriously. on the other hand, clinton stumping against donald trump. cnn's jeff zeleny has more on that. >> reporter: george and alison,
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hillary clinton campaigning in northern california today. bernie sanders in southern california. they are competing for the june 7th primary. it sounds more like the general election every day, at least if you listen to hillary clinton. she was going hard after donald trump on immigration. >> when donald trump donald trump talks about deporting families, he is talking about deporting more than one half of the 2.4 million farm worker whose help feed our country. >> reporter: that is just a preview to the general election message she hopes to carry against donald trump in the key swings states like colorado and nevada and other states with significant hispanic populations. bernie sanders is focusing on donald trump. he is the candidate to beat donald trump. >> if we win the democratic primary in california and other
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five states up on june 7th, we will have enormous momentum going into the democratic convention. when we leave the democratic convention with the nomination, donald trump is toast. >> reporter: at the end of the day, only one of the democrats will actually take on donald trump. hillary clinton has a significant lead still in delegates. bernie sanders still trying to fight to the finish line. trying to make it 50/50 in pledged delegates. unlikely he will be able to do that or overcome her. he is trying to make the argument to give him one last look. >> thank you, jeff. the bulls are back on dow street. dow jumps 358 points. an average in two days. that was after the market was flat for three straight sessions. what is driving the investor
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optimism? fears of the federal reserve rates subsiding and the economy is withstanding a rate hike in june. we have seen strength in the housing market this june. we are seeing oil prices higher near $50 a barrel. and stocks are not as strong as earlier in the year, but wall street is watching crude oil. stocks in europe posting slim gains. we saw shares in asia flat overnight. i am watching the gas prices as i get a fill up. this is not good news. theory on capitol hill. anger in airports across the country and there is no quick fix.
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if you plan to fly in the next few months, prepare for misery. the head of the tsa peter neffenger telling a house committee, we have a challenge this summer. translation, no end in sight to the long lines at security check points. the tsa boss assuring angry lawmakers he is meeting the challenge head on. more from aviation correspondent rene marsh. >> reporter: alison, the tsa head under pressure on capitol hill due to the long wait lines at airports. the head of the tsa approved overtime for the screeners and more officers on the job by june. they set up a command center to monitor wait times across the country. they are also making more part-time workers full-time.
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that won't drastically change things right now. passengers should prepare to wait. it is not about convenience. it is a security issue. we saw what happened in brussels. terrorists targeted the soft area of the airport. there is a concern of people stuck in long lines in the soft area of the airport. we are expecting a record number of people flying in summer. the bottom line, tsa does not have enough screeners to match that need. when asked how many screeners the agency does need, tsa could not immediately tell congress. alison, george. rene, thank you. 11 states are suing the obama administration over its school bathroom guidance for transgender students. the federal suit filed in texas claims the white house is overstepping. schools have been told to allow transgender students to use
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facilities corresponding to their gender identity. the lawsuit maintains the administration's guidance has no basis in law and could cause seismic changes in school operations. an about face by the house on the contentious lgbt amendment. the measure passing last night after failing to pass by a it upholds the 2014 executive order banning federal contractors from sexual orientation or identity. and in south carolina, the governor signing a new law making it illegal for a woman to get an abortion once her pregnancy reaches 20 weeks. it makes no exception for rape or incest and allows doctors to perform the procedure after 20 weeks if the fetus has a fatal
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anomaly. governor haley has not commented publicly since signing the bill. breaking overnight. one person is dead ahead of a hip hop concert. it happened back stage as t.i. was preparing to go on. a video showing people frantically scrambling to leave the dance floor. t.i. was in the building but, two other people were performing at the time of the shooting. and nypd detectives say four people in total, three men and one woman were shot. police are canvassing video for a suspect or suspects. cnn has reached out to t.i. representatives for a comment. and look at this video. this is dickinson county, west of topeka in kansas.
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several people were hurt and 15 to 20 homes completely destroyed. the shelter has been set up for those who have been forced to flee. the power of that storm. kansas and the plains in the tornado bullo's-eye again today. let's go to meteorologist derek van dam with the latest. >> we had 12 reported tornado touch downs across the central u.s. with over 50 reports of hail and 35 wind damage reports. perfect scenario for a severe weather set up across central u.s. warm and humid air from the gulf of mexico. a stationary front with the daytime heating from the front. we have a moderate risk of isolated tornadoes, damaging winds and large hail from central nebraska through portions of kansas and central
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portions of texas. be on the lookout for a strong thunderstorm or two near chicago. temperatures are soaring. nashville at 85. temperatures long the east coast in the upper 80s. the least remains in central park this weekend. get outside and enjoy. back to you. >> derek, thank you. facebook ceo mark zuckerberg submitted plans for a big construction project. we will tell you why he is tearing down homes in his neighborhood when we get an early start on your money next. amazing sleep stays with you all day and all night. sleep number beds with sleepiq technology give you the knowledge to adjust for the best sleep ever. it's the semi-annual sale! save $500 on the memorial day special edition mattress with sleepiq technology. know better sleep. only at a sleep number store.
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welcome back. president obama is joining other world powers at the g7 summit focusing on terrorism. leaders vowing to crackdown on terror financing. white house correspondent michelle kosinski is live in japan.
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michelle, good morning. >> reporter: hi, george. how can the countries work together better and share more information and just be part of the collaboration in a deeper way to fight the terror financing network and try to prevent the terrorism in the first place. try to share information to try to get at terror suspect. also look at other threats part of terrorism like cyber attacks for example. that is what they want to work together on and be more aggressive in going after the perpetrators and try to prevent it, george. >> michelle, this is the president's tenth trip to asia. this one is very different than others. >> reporter: yeah, he has been trying to make this pivot. rebalance to asia and strengthen ties as well as create the counter balance to the ever growing influence of china in the region. there have been plenty of
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conflicts on that front. the u.s. is trying to shore up ties with other countries and push for the rules of trade to be dictated more by the u.s. than my china. to see the president normalize relations with vietnam analyst the arms embargo against vietnam that has been in place for 50 years. this would have been unthinkable a couple of decades ago. back to world war ii, to visit hiroshima tomorrow, the place where the u.s. dropped the nuclear bomb. to highlight the cost of war and push for denuclearization around the world. >> traveling with the president and white house correspondent michelle kosinski. thank you. dow futures higher after a nice rally the last two days. stocks in europe and asia are mixed. crude oil prices below $50 a
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barrel. crude oil making an impressive comeback. this time last year, oil was trading close to $60 a barrel. then prices crashed. all that cut prices in half. crude oil hit a low of $26 a barrel. experts say they should stay around $50 a barrel for the rest of the year. what does that mean for you? higher gas prices. the national average is $2.31. with the recent increase, drives will see the cheapest memorial day gas prices in more than ten years. that's good news. mark zuckerberg planning to do major construction. the facebook ceo just submitted plans to tear down and rebuild four houses surrounding his palo alto home. zuckerberg bought the homes in 2012 and 2013 for $44 million.
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the construction plans show that zuckerberg wants to make the new houses 20% smaller than the original size. the plans are saying the goal is to update the homes, but maintain the character of the neighborhood. zuckerberg purchased his current home in 2011 for $7 million. he has done major renovations since. some reports saying the construction plans are for privacy and security reasons. when he bought up one of the homes around him, one was built tall enough where the people in it could look down in his master bedroom. he thought i will buy these homes to make sure that doesn't happen. >> that's the way to change the scenario. "early start" continues right now. >> breaking overnight. hillary clinton on camera responding to a scathing report on how she handled her e-mail while serving as secretary of
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state. what's happening in the investigation today. donald trump blasting hillary clinton overnight, but also facing new backlash from within his party. also breaking overnight. donald trump agreeing to debate bernie sanders before the california primary. will it happen? good morning. welcome to "early start." i'm alison kosik. >> i'm george howell. 4:59 on the east coast. breaking news from overnight. hillary clinton responding on camera to a scathing report from the state department's inspector general about her use of e-mail serving as secretary of state. that report obtained by cnn. says clinton did not seek permission to use a private e-mail server and says she would not received the okay if she asked. last night, clinton said the criticism is nothing new. >> well, there may be reports that come out, but nothing has changed. it's the same story. just like previous secretaries of state, i used a personal
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e-mail. many people did. it was not at all unprecedented. i have turned overall my e-mails. i have been incredibly open about doing that. i will continue to be open. it's not an issue that is going to effect the campaign or my presidency. >> today, the state department weighs in on a freedom of information lawsuit that would compel testimony about the e-mails from hillary clinton herself. that suit is one of several filed by the group judicial watch. the organization taking deposition today from a top aide of clinton when she was at the state department. cheryl mills is asking the judge in the case to prohibit release of the video from the deposition. mills says she fears it would be used in a partisan attack against clinton. whatever the judge decides, judicial watch will be able to release a t

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