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putting the biggest money on how to get more women into tech. calling them ladies is not the way to do it. >> no, that is inaccurate. >> awkward moment. that shareholder was chrriticiz. >> "early start" continues now. in hours, bernie sanders meets with president obama at the white house. donald trump hours from meeting with top republican fund-raisers. his job now not just to get money, but to get unity. this after days of controversy comments. good morning. welcome to "early start." i'm john berman. >> i'm christine romans. it is 5:00 a.m. in the east. the sanders summit is upon us.
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he flies from vermont to washington for a closed-door meeting with president obama at the white house. he is still a candidate for president despite the fact that hillary clinton is the presumed nominee. having amassed the number needed to secure the nomination. she has a majority of pledged delegates. white house insiders have made clear that the president is itching to endorse hillary clinton and soon. today is more about body language. more of a listening situation with bernie sanders than any direct call to drop out. michelle kosinski has the inside scoop from the white house. >> reporter: john and christies, the white house is being careful about this. it almost makes me say, come on now. even now they are not saying that hillary clinton is the presumptive nominee. for them it is all about respecting the process. respecting bernie sanders decision making and his supporters who they would like to see vote for hillary clinton.
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so last night the president taped an appearance with jimmy fallon. >> is bernie going to endorse hillary? >> i'm sure they will have a conversation. >> will he ever drop out? or will he just stay in? >> i'm going to be talking to him tomorrow. he is coming to the white house. the main role i'm going to be playing in this process is to remind the american people that this is a serious job. you know, this is not reality tv. my hope is that over the next couple weeks, we're able to pull things together. what happens during primaries, you get a little ouchy. >> reporter: this meeting today with bernie sanders and president obama at the white house. keep in mind, this is the third time they had a discussion in the last week. publicly, the white house says the president wants to congratulate sanders. to talk about building on the progress he's already made on the issues many how he may play an important role and continuing to engage in the debate.
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but behind the scenes, we know the president wants to hear sanders out. this is likely to be a pretty long meeting. at least an hour. and that ultimately that's how the white house will decide moving forward. they will hash out a plan of how to move forward. if sanders want to stay in the race longer, the white house doesn doesn't necessarily see him staying in to the convention. the white house may not wait for him to leave the race before president obama endorses hillary clinton. because they respect the process, they may do something softer. announcing something on social media before you see one of the big events where the president is standing there with hillary clinton. again, the white house wants to keep this as inclusive and positive as possible. john and christine. >> michelle, thanks. donald trump has his big day ahead of him with dollar signs all over it. he meets this afternoon in new york with top fund-raisers in 50
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states. these folks are feeling jittery these days. this comes at a time which is delicate for donald trump. a lot of party leaders are angry because of the bias over the federal judge. house speaker paul ryan calls his statements the textbooks defeliafinition of racism. we have manu raju reporting from washington. >> reporter: good morning, john and christine. there are several gop camps forming on capitol hill. republican leaders saying the voters have chosen donald trump and he would be a better president than hillary clinton. then the republicans in the never trump movement. ben sasse and lindsay graham and reid ribble. he have did not hold back when i talked to him yesterday.
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>> his comments over the weekend are authenticating what i believe is the man's core character. you know, something walks like a duck and talks like a duck, it is likely to be a duck. if you continue to say what i believe are racist statements, you are likely to be a racist. >> reporter: there are republicans in tough re-election races. yesterday, pat toomey of pennsylvania will said and see how the campaign plays out before he can support donald trump. ron johnson and kelly ayotte said they would support, but not endorse the nominee. a distinction there, but warning that trump could lose their backing. i got a chance to catch up with trump's biggest rival on the campaign. ted cruz. he told me quote time would tell. we will see if trump's new tone and speech will win over republicans particularly ones
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skeptical of him. right now, a lot of folks are nervous. john and christine. >> thank you, manu. let's break down the efforts to shift into general election mode with best selling author ellis henican. >> good morning. >> i want to talk about hillary clinton and how she thinks bernie sanders supporters will get behind her. and jeff weaver. he has a different take about where we are in the campaign. listen. >> i really believe a lot of senator sanders supporters will join us in making sure trump doesn't get anywhere near the white house. >> the nominee is elected at the convention. >> presumptive nominee? >> that's a term of art that the media uses. i don't know that has any real meaning? >> i feel like they have not moved on to the stage of
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acceptance. >> still the grief stage. campaigns are hugely emotional and ego driven. losing is tough. it's hard to pivot from the narcicisstic belief that i can be president to, oh, no, this other person. >> you need if you are ever going to have a chance of winning, you need that narcicisstic ego. >> most candidates start as long shots. no one gave him. he and his wife, i think, were the only two people who believed that i'm not sure he did. >> jeff weaver. his wife and jeff weaver. the campaign manager. i think. >> what they accomplished is amazing. it is hard to give up that momentum. >> it is huge. it will have a huge impact. the party will be a lot closer to bernie sanders than hillary clinton. >> talk to me about the meeting today. president obama who has not
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officially endorsed hillary clinton, but has done everything but that. the white house has been talking about the endorsement for five days. we know it is out there. what does president obama say to sanders? >> it is a delicate dance. when you go to someone's house for a visit, you bring something. you grow up learning that? >> absolutely. >> what wilbl bernie bring? clearly, clinton needs the passionate supporters of the sanders campaign. not so much they go to trump. it is a soft sell, right? >> he has to listen. >> and is bernie in the mood to listen? i didn't feel that in the speech tuesday night. >> i don't agree. i feel he gave himself a chance to stay in the race through the d.c. primary. he didn't want to get out of the
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race in california. he made clear he is not attacking hillary. he wants to beat donald trump. he started stepping on that off-ramp. >> that is an important distinction. there are a number of ways to stay in the race. one of them is to stop the direct personal attacks on hillary. it could be damaging. >> i think it is fair to say the president is itching to get into this. itching to go head-to-head with trump and endorse hillary clinton. he is talking to jimmy fallon last night. listen to this funny bit. >> has donald trump called you for advice or talked to you at all? first of all, you are giving him good advice so far. has he called and talked to you? >> no, he hasn't. no. not that i know of. >> do you think the republicans are happy with their choice? >> we are, but i don't know how
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they feel. >> that was effective. sounds like he is just waiting to get into this thing. >> i have to introduce one small notion of caution. i felt the same way. so did 16 other republican candidates for president. donald. don't assume he's done yet. it has been a rough week. he still has some skills. >> the democrats want president obama out there to galvanize their base. there is a way for donald trump to use the president to galvanize his own base. he made it clear he will go after president obama as well. >> the interesting piece is how personal will hillary be? we have seen her sort of sound better on the stump in the past week. will she maintain that and get the personal contact that she lacks. >> some of the progressive voters that go for bernie
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sanders, the president way heal things for them. you are right. galvanize donald trump space. ellis, talk to you soon. hamas operatipraising a ter attack in tel aviv. we go live after the break. if you have allergy congestion, muddling through your morning is nothing new. ...your nose is the only thing on your mind... ...and to get relief, anything is fair game. introducing rhinocort® allergy spray from the makers of zyrtec®. powerful relief from your most frustrating nasal allergy symptom* ,all day and all night. hasn't your nose been through enough already? try new rhinocort® allergy spray. muddle no more® you only earn double miles when you buy stuff from that airline. wait...is this where you typically shop? you should be getting double miles on every purchase! switch...to the capital one venture card. with venture, you earn unlimited double miles
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new this morning, hamas is praising the deadly terror attack in tel aviv that killed four people and wounded five the israels announced the entry permits have been frozen for palestinians. two palestinians are in custody for the killings in the open air market. there are issues that the officials wanted the marketplace
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shutdown because of security pl flaws in april. we have oren liebermann with more from tel aviv. >> reporter: good morning, john. right now, the minister of defense has shown up and walked in a few minutes ago and holding a press conference here in the back. that is where the terror attacks started. he was sitting outside sipping a cup of coffee. he has been quiet so far. it has been prime minister netanyahu out in front of this promising to attack the attac r attackers. we have seen the response. idf operating in the west bank. the coordinator of government activities frozen the 83,000 palestinian permits. they froze 204 permits of relatives of the suspects as well as freezing visits of gazans to jerusalem and others to ramadan. normally when travel
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restrictions are eased. the beauty of the market, the reason you see people out here is the reason for the security consequen concerns. it is such an open air market. unlike the other buildings in the area. the building of defense has tight security and the mall in the area. the market here is very open. that's what made it a soft target for terror attack last night. hamas released a statement praising the attack. the statement, wednesday's operation in tel aviv is the first good news to our people in our persistent struggle in the month of ramadan and the first of many surprises that will be waiting for israeli occupying forces. that released this morning. we have seen the israeli response. restricting travel to and from the west bank for palestinians. benjamin netanyahu promising to attack the attackers. police issued a gag order on the suspects. we have information about the victims. four israelis killed last night.
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two men and two women. those women in the 30s. one of the men in his 30s and other in his 50s. funerals set to begin later today. john. >> as israelis are already back in that marketplace right behind you. oren, thank you. 18 minutes past the hour. the dow above 18,000. s&p near a record high. corporate america is worried about politics. hitting big business. it is causing a stall in hiring and expansion. political risks have caused them to hold back on spending. more than 1/3 say it has prevented them from making acquisitions. so what are the executives so afraid of? the upcoming election. washington gridlock. number two followed by proposed
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for president. will sanders concede? donald trump meets with the money folks this morning. fund-raisers coming to trump tower. can he unite the republican party after the trfcontroversy? breaking overnight, terror attack and hamas praises the attack in israel. i'm christine romans. welcome to "early start." i'm john berman. and bernie sanders flies from vermont to washington with a meeting wi meeting president obama at the white house. bernie sanders is still a candidate despite the fact that hillary clinton has the needed delegates to secure the nomination. white house insiders have made clear the president is itching to endorse hillary clinton and soon. today will be more about body language and a listening persuasion with sanders than a
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direct call to drop out. michelle kosinski has the inside details from the white house. >> reporter: john and christine, the white house is so careful about this. it almost makes me say come on now. even now they're not saying that hillary clinton is the presumptive nominee. because for them it is all about respecting the process still. respecting bernie sanders decision making and his supporters who ultimately would like to see vote for hillary clinton. last night, the president taped an appearance with jimmy fallon. >> is bernie going to endorse hillary? >> i'm sure they will have a conversation. >> is he ever going to drop out or is he just going to stay in? >> i'll talk to him tomorrow. he is coming to the white house. the main role i will play in this process is to remind the american people that this is a serious job. you know, this is not reality tv. my hope is that over the next
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couple weeks, we're able to pull things together and what happens during primaries, you get a little ouchy. everybody does. >> reporter: this meeting today with bernie sanders and president obama here at the white house, keep in mind, this is the third time that they had a discussion in the last week. publicly the white house says the president wants to congratulate sanders and talk about building on the progress he has made on the issues and how he will play an important role and engage in the debate. behind the scenes, we know the president wants to hear sanders out. this is likely to be a pretty long meeting, at least an hour, and that ultimately that's how the white house will decide moving forward. they will hash out a plan of how to move forward. even if sanders wants to stay in the race a while longer and the white house doesn't see him stayg in up to the convention. the white house might not wait for him to fully leave the race
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before president obama endorses hillary clinton. because they respect the process, they might do something softer. announcing something on social media before you see one of the big events where the president is standing with hillary clinton. again, the white house wants to keep it as inclusive and positive as possible. >> thank you, michelle. donald trump has his own big day ahead of him. it has dollar signs all over it. he meets in new york with top fund-raisers from 50 states. folks who are feeling jittery. many party leaders are angry over the claim of the federal judge bias against him because the judge's parents were born in mexico. house speaker called trump's a textbook definition of racism. we have manu raju with the
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latest from washington. >> reporter: good morning. there are several gop camping forming on capitol hill. republican leaders say the voters have chosen trump and he would be a better president than hillary clinton. then the group in never trump movement like ben sasse and lindsey graham and reid ribble. he did not hold back about donald trump when i had the chance to talk to him yesterday. >> his comments over the weekend are authenticating the man's character. if something walks like a duck and talks like a duck, it is likely a duck. if you are saying something that is likely racist, you are likely a racist. >> reporter: you will find the most distance from donald trump. yesterday, senator pat toomey says he will wait and see how the campaign plays out before he determines to support trump.
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ron johnson and kelly ayotte said they would support, but not endorse the nominee. a warning that trump could lose their backing. i caught up with trump's rival on the campaign. ted cruz. he said quote time will tell if he backs trump this year. we will see if trump's new tone and speech will win over republicans, particularly one whose are skeptical of him. a lot of folks are nervous. john and christine. >> i want to talk about this more with best selling author ellis henican. >> good morning. >> big day at the white house. the name of the game is unity. president obama wants it. hillary clinton wants it. does bernie sanders want it? anderson cooper talked to hillary clinton last night. >> i believe a lot of senator
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sanders supporters will join us in making sure donald trump doesn't get anywhere near the white house. >> so is she right? are the sanders folks just going to line up behind her? what needs to happen? >> unity requires a dance. you don't just show up and get unified. we are getting several important steps. this is the flattery con-fab today. the president tells bernie sanders what a wonderful thing he has done and how important it was to bring new people in the democratic party and raise the important issues. he hopes with the soft sell that bernie starts itching to an exit. >> the music to the dance. >> meanwhile, hillary clinton is looking to her next big speech. it is something like what she did with foreign policy contrasting temperament. this is the economy in her next move. this is what she said in an
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interview yesterday while he may have some catchy sound bites, his statements on the economy are dangerously incoherent and misguided and reflect an individual who is unfit to manage an american economy. dangerously incoherent. now she will contrast him on economic. >> the foreign policy speech was the best speech he's given in the campaign. the reason was it was only half a foreign policy speech. it was also a very personal and political speech. he actually got up there and seemed to feel something, including a lot of ridicule for trump. if she can take that tone and apply it to the economy, she may be on to something. >> if you look at the polls, he gets higher marks on managing the economy. although on the infrastructure bank and student loans, she has more details proposals. his brand and reputation is something in the polls the american people favor.
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>> just because she has proposals doesn't mean people like that. >> it is easier to explain. i'm a business guy. look at the big buildings with my name on them. >> image. >> infrastructure banks. who knows what that is? what is that? >> she will make the speech on donald trump. hillary clinton is scheduled to give a speech. all they are doing is talking about each other. >> we are in a unique position. strongest argument that each candidate has seems to be how terrible the other person is. >> the guy who is currently in the white house, president obama, itching to get in the race. we know he wants to endorse hillary clinton soon. he wants to take on donald trump forcefully. yesterday, president obama sat down with jimmy fallon. it will air tonight. you know, he talked to fallon about donald trump. >> has donald trump called you for advice or talked to you at
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all? first of all, you have given him pretty good advice so far. has he called and talked to you? >> no, he hasn't. no. >> no? >> not that i know of. >> do you think the republicans are happy with their choice? >> we are, but i don't know how they feel. >> his timing is great, by the way. >> he's good at the comedy stuff. after eight years, he knows. he wants in on this game. >> he has already been on it. he has given some pretty tough speeches and tough press conference. >> quickly. donald trump meeting with fund-raisers. how much of a disadvantage? >> a lot of people are not opening their wallets. he says what do i need it for? i get so much free publicity.
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new this morning, hamas praising the deadly terror attack in tel aviv that killed four people and wounded five others. the israelis announced 83,000 palestinian permits have been frozen. i want to bring in oren liebermann live at the market which is bustling with people, oren. >> reporter: it is quite stunning how fast just over 12 hours after the terror attack, there are people here. it looks like a regular day. we know from what we have seen
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and the people we have spoken to, it is not a regular day after what happened last night. i want to talk about what happened here. the minister of defense was here a moment ago and gave a short statement. this is the first major event he is dealing with as he was sworn in weeks ago. he said this would not end with words only. we have seen the beginning of the response. the military announcing they will send two extra battalions in the west bank for security reasons. you mentioned the coordinator of government activities has frozen 83,000 permits from entering the area. they have frozen ramadan visits this time of year. additionally, officials have frozen permits for travel for relatives of the suspects. all we are allowed to say are
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the two palestinian suspects are from the west bank. we have information about the victims. two women and two men of the four killed last night. two women in their 40s and two men in the 50s. the mayor urging people to pause to remember and go on with their lives. >> people undeterred. oren, thank you. 47 minutes pas the hour. time for an early start on your money. america has a record high number of job openings. employers are starting to hire, but businesses say they cannot find the skilled workers to fill the spots. a mismatch with the workers available and jobs available. 5.78 million job openings. that matches the high reached in july of last year. another way to look at it, this is my favorite chart, 1.3
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only with xfinity. new backlash this morning against the judge who sentenced a former stanford student athlete to six months of jail for raping an intoxicated and unconscious woman last year. the prosecutor disagree was the sentence, but does not agree that the judge should be removed from the bench. details are emerging including the letter from the defendant, brock turner. >> reporter: john and christine, despite found guilty, it seems clear the defendant brock turner is not acknowledging he assaulted the victim. he says his actions that night were the result of binge drinking and the party culture on college campuses. he said this to the judge when
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asking for a lenient sentence. one decision has the potential to change your entire life. i know i can impact the change people's attitude toward the culture surrounding binge drinking. it is ironic the judge in the case, aaron persky got a new six-year term. he was supposed to face re-election on tuesday, but because nobody was challenging him, he automatically got the term. there is an effort under way to recall him. you need 70,000 signatures for his name to appear on a recall ballot. there is also an effort under way on change.org. more than 660,000 people signed a petition asking for the judge to be recalled. there is push back among the judge's supporters. we spoke to a public defender who said the judge is a good person and does not deserve to be recalled. >> dan, thank you. at noon today, a muslim prayer service for muhammad ali.
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the sericertifservice will be h louisville hall. on friday, the memorial service will take place. and a weak open in europe and oil prices are lower, but $51 a barrel. the big three are at our near significant milestones. s&p is 11 points away from a record high. the dow closed above 18,000. nasdaq closing in on 5,000. these are psychological level, but look at the dow number. the low in february was 15,503. nasdaq dropped to 4,209. >> the stack of cash is not psychological. >> people are saying how terrible the economy is. the energy sector is leading the
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gains. up 15%. commercial services up big. followed by utilities and health services. a disconnect from what you are seeing from investors and polls. a shareholder calls a google executive lady cfo. eyes rolled. twitter erupts over a tech industry struggling with gender diversity. a reporter tweeted this, actual quote from google shareholder. my first question to the lady cfo. my second question is to mr. drummond. ruth porat. she is alphabet's cfo. she was the cfo at morgan stanley leading the bank through the financial crisis. scoring big business with top tech firms. she has degrees from wharton, london school of economics and
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stanfo stanford. this came after a vote where the shareholders voted on pay gaps. google is trying to grow the female work force and trying to disrupt the pay gap in the silicon valley and trying to get more women at the top. i haven't heard that in a long time. >> i want to hear from the dude general counsel. bernie sanders and president obama. they will meet at the white house just hours from now. what's going on go on inside the oval office? "new day" starts now. bernie sanders meets with president obama at the white house. >> sanders brought energy and made hillary a better candidate. >> i believe a lot of senator supporters will join us. >> you want the republican nominee to be somebody who can do the job if they win. >> he needs to begin to act like a presidential candidate. >> hamas praising the deadly
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terror attack in tel aviv that killed four people. >> the two suspects are palestinians from the west bank. >> this is a savage crime done by criminal terrorists who don't value human life. just a slap on the wrist for raping an unconscious co--ed. >> i was disgusted. six months is too short. >> he has shown no remorse. >> this is "new day" with chris cuomo and alisyn camerota. >> welcome to "new day." it is 6:00 in the east. we are going to talk more about this stanford rape case decision. a lot of people are saying the judge decided. it doesn't make sense to so many people. it is worth a deeper look. >> we have two stanford students on with us that are very upset. we are hours away from president obama meeting with bernie sanders at the white house this morning. what's the message going to be? is it unity?
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how do they have to temper it? we will get you inside on the conversation. we'll be a fly on the wall for that. this as republicans try to rein in donald trump after a fire storm of criticism on the attacks on the federal judge. we have the 2016 race covered only the way cnn can. let's start with athena jones live in washington. >> reporter: the president said the democrats just ended or sort of ended our primary season. that is the acknowledgment there is a week to go before the voting is offer. sanders hasn't bowed out. the effort to unite the party has started. the meeting is a key step along thesanders. >> my hope is we're able to pull things together.

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