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"early start" continues right now. >> a major shakeup in donald trump's campaign. trump telling his campaign manager you're fired. four gun control measures failing in the senate. and the orlando gunman's own words. what he said to police during the deadly terror attack. good morning. welcome to "early start." i'm ryan nobles. >> nice to see you. i'm christine romans. it is tuesday, june 21st. it is 5:00 a.m. in the east. happening this morning, donald trump set to meet with top evangelical leaders. the meeting coming one day after trump fired corey lewandowski. trump and lewandowski shared a strong bond since the start of the campaign. sources within the trump camp say the firing was a long time coming. the sources say ivanka trump and
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her husband were central to lewandowski's downfall. until yesterday, lewandowski seemed to be made of teflon. he was arrested for battery in march. trump quickly waved away suggestions he fire lewandowski. lewandowski still standing by trump yesterday. telling dana bash he will do everything he can to help trump win in november. for more, let's bring in mark preston. >> reporter: good morning, ryan and christine. sources tell cnn that the firing of corey lewandowski is going to be a good thing because it was time to streamline duties within the campaign. the source adds that campaign chairman paul manafort who had been fighting with lewandowski over control of the campaign can now finally start making long overdue hiring decisions to begin trying to match the massive ground operation hillary clinton already has in place.
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sources tell cnn that lewandowski's departure complaints reached a critical mass. the family, notably ivanka, were not happy with lewandowski's work. and manafort said it was lewandowski or himself. not both of them that could stay at the top of the campaign. in the interview on monday, the presumptive nominee had nothing but positive things to say about the former campaign pamanager. >> he is a good man. we had good success. i had more votes in the republican party by a tremendous amount in the primaries. i watched him before. he was terrific toward me. said i was a talented person. he's a talented person. he's a friend of mine. i think it's time now for a different kind of a campaign. >> reporter: lewandowski wasn't the only departure from the campaign yesterday. michael caputo tweeted out ding
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dong, the witch is dead, hours after lewandowski was fired. then he called the tweet an unforced error. ryan and christine? overnight, four gun control measures defeated in the senate. spurred by the terror attacks in orlando last week. democrats using the measures to defeat to attack republicans. hillary clinton issuing a one-word statement "enough." senator chris murphy who led the filibuster last week that forced the monday vote telling "the washington post" that he believes the republicans are partially responsibility for the massacre. senator elizabeth warren echoing
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murphy's words. this fight is not alone. and susan collins unveiling her measure today. >> and let's bring in eugene scott. he is here with us in new york this morning. so nice to see you. >> you as well. >> take me inside what happened yesterday with corey lewandowski. because a lot of people thought many times there would be a new change of direction and tone. trump always stuck by lewandowski. it looks as though now he is out. both trump and lewandowski saying nice things about each other yesterday. >> we saw paul manafort coming in during the spring and people thought there would be a change then. the campaign did not decide enough was enough until the last few weeks when things were getting out of control with criticism toward mr. trump about the judge and the things he said
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after orlando. i think what his top advisers, including his children realized, if the campaign would improve the polling with the voters, that there needs to be significant change at the top. they went with corey. >> it seems as trump understood there is a need for a change. he listened to his children and listen to what trump said to bill o'reilly about the style of corey lewandowski. >> with corey, i'm proud of him. he did a great job. we are going in a different route. >> a different style. >> little different style. yeah. >> you know, it is interesting, eugene. i saw chatter on twitter yesterday pushing back on the idea that lewandowski was the problem. lewandowski was in charge when trump racked off a lot of wins in the primary and then it was when manafort came in and things
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went in the other direction. is this a wise idea for trump to change what worked for him up to this point? >> we hope so. it is what trump supporters would say. something has to change. something has to change if things continue to go the way they are. he will not recover the gap between himself and hillary clinton. it is interesting style was the most problematic. that is something trump is criticized on often. it seems like it is something he wants to see people on his top staff level take a different approach, but not himself yet. >> he said style, but maybe statements. look at some of the things he said recently. the comments of the heritage of the judge. that is something and on the campaign trail where corey lewandowski with him, he has gone back to that before. the veterans charity stuff. that is something that was kept dogging them. the comments and response to the
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orlando terror attack of arming people in nightclubs and the insinuation of president obama. all things that his family members and ivanka trump want him to back away from. let me ask you about this. new fund raising numbers. that's a point of contention here if you are running a modern campaign. hillary clinton. look at how much money she has on hand compared to donald trump. 69 to her 600 in staffing. is this a viable campaign? what do these numbers tell you? >> these numbers tell us that donald trump needs to get more people on board behind him. not just attending rallies and retweeting and social media. this is an expensive campaign. we all know that. it is not going to make the
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leaps he needs to make. we have seen the republican party has launched efforts to increase fund raising to close the gap. it is believed the gap can be closed in the next couple months because they had successful fund raising efforts in the last couple weeks. how close he will actually get to hillary clinton remains to be seen. i think a lot of people are very surprised that this gap is that big. the thought is that donald trump could close it himself if he wanted. >> i wonder if his campaign is starting to understand the difference with a primary race and general election race. and just the sheer vastness of it. you are talking the entire country and boots on the ground in these individual states. in order for them to match what hillary clinton already has in place, it will require a lot more people and more money. >> very much so. as much support as donald trump has, he has critics who do not want to see him win. they will get behind hillary clinton to do whatever they need to do to make sure that she is
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victorious. he will have to rely on more than what he has done so far to make that happen. >> trump said his 69 staffers compared to her 600. look what i can do with 69. he turns it around as a sign of strength. eugene, nice to see you. let's talk about money. can hillary clinton save the middle class? that's the question she will try to answer later today with her big economy speech. her goal to convince americans she can run the economy better than trump and she cares about the middle class as much as bernie sanders. she is likely to do three things in her speech. likely to talk about income inequality and likely to talk about taxes and likely to criticize donald trump. she will want to paint him as a man who renegs on deals. clinton still needs to win over sanders supporters. the middle class is earning
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$54,000 a year today. it is almost the same as it was 20 years ago when bill clinton was president. the american family doesn't feel like it had a raise. the economy has come a long way from the worst of the great recession when president obama took office. she will likely tell voters they are better off today than they were then. she has to have an eye to the middle class. they don't feel. >> you are interested in the specifics. infrastructure or minimum wage? >> i bet she hits donald trump on his changing statements of a change in minimum wage. pledging allegiance to isis. what omar mateen told police about his deadly rampage in orlando. next. live in paris. airbnb a loft in south pigalle, or a flat in the fourth. read a book.
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the conversation lasted a minute. the killer referring to himself as quote islamic soldier. when asked his name, the gunman replied my name is i pledge alleges to abu bakr al bagdadi of the islamic state. more from ed lavandera in orlando. >> reporter: christine and ryan, the transcript of the phone conversations that omar mateen had with investigators in a 911 dispatcher in the deadly rampage at the pulse nightclub in orlando. in the 911 call which lasted 50 seconds, the original transcript omitted any reference to isis and the leader abu bakr al bagdadi. many republicans in washington critical of the fbi for doing that. they called for the full release and transparency of that. a few hours after releasing that transcript, they included the references to isis and its
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leader. the phone calls included three different phone calls that mateen had with the orlando police crisis negotiators. those calls added up to 28 minutes of the conversations with mateen threatened a bomb in a car outside. he would ignite it if quote anybody did anything stupid. those calls not fully released. audio of that not released, but partial transcripts of the conversations mateen had with the three hours inside of the pulse nightclub before he was gunned down after 5:00 a.m. last sunday. christine and ryan. >> ed for us in orlando. thanks. the supreme court has decided not to hear a challenge to connecticut's ban on assault weapons. that ban was enacted after the sandy hook massacre in 2012. gun rights activists challenged the ban. they will resurrect that challenge once the high court has nine justices. connecticut banned the sale of
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what he told police during the attack. good morning. welcome to "early start." i'm christine romans. >> i'm ryan nobles. donald trump set to meet with top evangelical leaders. this comes one day after trump fired his campaign manager corey lewandowski. trump and lewandowski shared a strong bond since the start of the campaign. sources within the trump camp say this firing was a long time coming after tension of what sources describe as lewandowski struggle with family members for the power in the campaign. ivanka trump and her husband were central to lewandowski's downfall. he seem to be made of teflon when he was arrested in march after a battery assault charge. the charges were later dropped.
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lewandowski telling dana bash he will do everything he can to help trump win in november. let's get more from cnn's mark preston. >> reporter: good morning, ryan and christine. the firing of corey lewandowski is going to be a good thing because it was time to streamline duties within the campaign. this source adds that campaign chairman paul manafort who had been fighting with lewandowski over control of the campaign can make long overdue hiring decisions to begin trying to match the massive ground operation that hillary clinton already has in place. sources tell cnn that lewandowski's departure came after complaints reached a critical mass. the family, notably ivanka, were not happy with his work and one adviser tells cnn that manafort told trump it was either lewandowski or himself, not both that could stay at the top of
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the campaign. in an interview monday, the presumptive nominee had nothing but positive things to say. >> he is a good man. we had great success. i got more primary votes than anybody in the history of the republican party by a tremendous amount. not by a little bit. i think corey is terrific. i watched him before. he was terrific toward me. said i was a talented person. he is a talented person. he's a friend of mine. i think it is time now for a different kind of a campaign. >> reporter: lewandowski wasn't the only departure from the campaign yesterday. trump aide michael caputo tweeted out ding dong the witch is dead. hours later, he resigned calling it an error. thank you, mark. overnight, four gun control amendments defeated in the
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senate. spurred by the terror attacks in orlando last week. as expected, blocked monday by a snarl of partisan gridlock. democrats used the issue to attack republicans. hillary clinton issued a one-word statement "enough." senator chris murphy telling the washington post he believes republicans are partially responsible for the attacks likes the one in orlando. he said republicans have decided to sell weapons to isis. senator elizabeth warren saying the fight is not over. senator susan collins is expected to unveil her own compromise proposal today. >> and let's sort through all of the morning's political stories. we are joined by eugene scott. he is here on set with us here in new york. eugene, pigging backing off what hillary clinton said reacting to
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the gun vote in washington and let's show where she stands in terms of fund raising and campaign staff. you can see she's got a lot more money than donald trump has right now. she has a lot more staffers. she has seemed to systematically gone through the issue and more prepared to handle them. is this kind of a death by 1,000 cuts of the trump campaign that she is a more serious candidate and more serious commander in chief? >> in ththat is certainly what secretary is hoping. this is not her first time doing something like this. she is hoping to let people know experience really matters and expertise matters. she will communicate she hopes within the speech on the economy she has been critical toward donald trump who campaigns on having been a successful businessman, but she wants to say he is not the best person
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for the economy. there are questions about whether she actually is as she has said. >> she will paint him and someone who takes on a lot of debt and use the bankruptcy code to wash away failures and move forward. she will say he renegs on agreements and not paying the little guy. will she spend time talking about what she will do? infrastructure spending and education in the workplace? what is the balance? >> she really needs to do, especially in terms of support from bernie sanders camp, is go left. she has been vocal about the minimum wage race. she needs to produce plans for tax credits to help middle class families. she needs to address issues of inequality especially regarding whether or not she is in touch with the middle class americans as much as she says.
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she can be aggressive with donald trump, but she has to focus on what she will do. >> does she go far enough for the sanders camp in the speech? does she talk about wall street and breaking up the banks? especially with the polls shows her breaking away. does she need the olive branch to supporters? >> that's what some sanders supporters are saying. the thing that is interesting is people who voted for hillary clinton, a few voted for her because she did not go as far left as sanders. she risks losing people as well. not losing them to trump, but needs to keep the support that has gotten her here so far. >> let's talk about the discipline in the campaigns. a lot of surrogates. they have teams in every state. strategy for every state. donald trump has been embroiled in who is managing the campaign. what are his statements?
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is he walking back statements? his son, donald trump jr. spoke to bloomberg. this is what he said about the lewandowski situation. >> were we involved in talking about this? sure. he will come up with his own mind. we have a great relationship with corey. he has done something incredible. i wish all separations of this nature went that well. >> we are hearing from insiders pressure from trump's family to get rid of corey lewandowski. what does this is a and mean about the discipline and campaign going forward for the next 140 days in the general against hillary clinton? >> it means a major shift in donald trump wants to close the gap between he and hillary clinton. one of the issues way a stylish you with lewandowski. that is a common attack toward the donald trump campaign. usually toward donald trump. it will be interesting to see if he can become more measured.
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>> corey lewandowski was like a mirror of trump's style. maybe he needs someone to temper that? >> they had a close relationship. some say they are peas in a pod. one reason paul manafort was brought on because he had experience in places that trump did not have that could help direct mr. trump where he wants to go ultimately. >> is there a risk there? we have seen the teleprompters brought out. he is not as comfortable reading from a script from off the cuff. is there a danger tracking too far from where he got thus far? >> he wants to go further. maybe he has to be less trumpy to get to the place he wants to be. that is why he is bringing on people who would not come on when corey was on. >> less trumpy?
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a full transcript of the orlando terrorist's 911 call to police has been released by the fbi without redaction. it lasted less than a minute. killer referring to himself as islamic soldier. when asked his name, the gunman replied my name is i pledge allegiance to abu bakr al bagdadi of the islamic state. more now from cnn's ed lavandera in orlando. >> reporter: christine and ryan, controversy swirling around the release of the partial transcript of phone conservations that omar mateen had with investigators and dispatcher during the deadly rampage in the pulse nightclub in orlando. in the 911 call, the original transcript omitted any reference to isis and its leader abu bakr al bagdadi. many republicans in washington
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very critical of the fbi for doing that. they called for the full release and transparency. a few hours after releasing that transcript, the fbi included the references to isis and its leader. the phone calls included three different phone calls that mateen had with the orlando police crisis negotiators. those calls added up to 28 minutes of conversations where mateen threatened a bomb in a car outside and he would ignite if anybody would do anything quote stupid. the full audio not released, but transcripts that mateen had before he was gunned down after 5:00 a.m. last sunday. christine and ryan. >> thank you. the supreme court decided not to hear the challenge on the assault weapons ban for connecticut. gun rights activists challenged it calling it a violation of the second amendment. they say they intent to
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resurrect the challenge when the high court has nine justices again. connecticut bans all military style weapons and magazines that hold ten rounds or more. three new york city police commanders arrested as part of a federal corruption investigation. prosecutors allege the police officers acted as quote private police force. two high ranking officers part of a federal investigation into fund raising by new york city mayor de blasio. record setting heat is spreading into the rockies. meteorologist javaherpedram jav has the latest. >> good morning. another day with record temperatures across the intermountain west. the bulk of the heat displaced east. you see what we have in store for tuesday. colorado springs in the 90s. record temperatures there. cheyenne, wyoming, same story.
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same for casper, wyoming. temperatures shy of 100 degrees records dating back to 1988. las vegas with 114 degrees. widespread 100 plus temperatures in the desert southwest. some areas up in the 120s. death valley on monday afternoon, global high temperature at 126. that was the daily record. needles, california, 125. set the june all-time record with the temperatures. pick your choice. everyone toasty here. denver into the upper 90s. washington at 90. new york city temperatures in the 80s. the bulk of the heat centered across the center of the country and intermountain west with the 100s coming back in the middle of the week. thank you, pedram. let's see what is coming up on "new day." chris cuomo joins us now. good to see you.ends. we know the big story from the trump campaign. he led donald trump to the republican nomination, but now
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corey lewandowski is out of a job. the man on your screen was the campaign's chief manager, but fired in some kind of coup by the trump family. we will look at how real this is for why it happened and we will hear from lewandowski himself and trump. we are going to review new poll numbers. that will give you the reason for the issue. despite public outcry, four votes on gun control go nowhere in the senate. what were the bills about? what were the politics behind them? is there a compromise that can come from the situation? we will speak with the white house press secretary josh earnest about the efforts to curb gun violence. my friends. >> thank you, chris. breaking overnight. boeing saying it has signed a deal, a big deal with iran. this would make it iran's first
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motions are raw in the u.k. british are two days away from a critical brexit vote. everyone is still reeling from the shocking murder of lawmaker jo cox. rose s adorning the seat she one occupied. the vote on thursday is too close to call. the big debate in wembley arena could affect the outcome. let's bring in phil black. george soros with the statement out today if you leave the eu, it would cause a black friday event in global markets. >> reporter: yes, christine.
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george soros, a man who made a lot of money in the past by betting against the british pound has written a piece today warning that britain's currency will plummet by at least 15 or more than 20% in the event of a brexit. that will impact the financial well being of people across the country. it is a credible intervention there. it matches what the british government led by prime minister david cameron, the leader of the remain camp, have been saying. stressing throughout in the final days that brexit is for life and could damage the british economy enormously. at the same time, you have the campaigning for brexit. doubling down on their core messages of controlling immigration and returning sovereignty to britain. the only way to do that is to vote for exit from the ue. both sides trying to go after the undecided. that is so important because the opinion polls are so close.
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the country is split. it could still go either way according to the latest data. both sides are looking to score a big win before the live audience of 6,000 people at london's wembley arenarena. the potential for the brexit is you have high profile people pleading with the voters to go the other way. the latest is soccer star david beckham who said this morning has asked people or said to voters we really should be for the sake of our children and children's children be dealing with the problems of the world together in an outward way. >> david beckham and george soros. two unlikely comrades. thank you, phil black. let's get an early start on your money. asia markets closed higher. u.s. stock futures are up, too, right now. wall street's brexit headache is
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up a bit. janet yellen is likely to face questions of the brexit today. her testimony will be closely watched when the fed raises rates. breaking overnight. boeing signing a deal with iran. the first contract with the u.s. company since sanctions were lifted. boeing tells cnn money it negotiated the deal under the authorization of the u.s. government. iranian media said the country purchased 100 passenger airliners to help modernize the fleet which is the oldest and most dangerous in the world. it still has to be approved by the u.s. government. one official saying the 250 planes in the air in iran, 230 needs to be replaced. the jeep involved in the accident that killed anton yelchin had been flagged for a safety issue. he died over the weekend in los angeles when the police say the
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suv rolled down his driveway and pinned him against a brick post. fiat chrysler issued a warning on the 2015 grand cherokee in april. it says more than 100 crashes have been reported because of a problem with the gear selector that causes confusion about whether the vehicle is in park. a major shakeup in donald trump's campaign. "new day" starts right now. why were you fire? >> i don't know the answer to that. >> his children were very forceful in saying, it's time for corey lewandowski to leave. >> it's the right decision to make. >> it's time now for a different kind of a campaign. >> trump is being massively outgunned by clinton. >> we're talking about 700 staffers for hillary versus 70. >> he needs to put a ground game in place. >> we're not going to propagate their violent rhetoric. >> backlash on capitol hill. the justice department released the full transcript. >> i'm in orlando and i did the
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shootings. >> the killer made these murderous statements in a chilling, calm, and deliberate manner. oh, my god! is everybody accounted for? oh, [ bleep ]! >> announcer: this is "new day" with chris cuomo and allison camarata. >> there's no kids in those bounce house. >> i don't think people need to tie them down and how much they fly around. >> too many times. we'll talk about that on this tuesday. my goodness. >> but there are a lot of things flying around this morning. good morning to you. welcome to your "new day." it's tuesday, june 21st, 6:00 in the east. alisyn is off, brooke baldwin is in. you have bb and cc for you here this morning. and talking about bouncing around, how about the trump campaign, a seismic shake up there. campaign manager corey lewandowski out. trump's children said to be behind this firing, in an
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extensive interview with cnn, lewandowski talks about his abrupt departure and the campaign's fund-raising troubles. now, can trump reset his campaign just weeks before the convention, and if so, how? >> all of this as cnn has new national polling out this morning on the 2016 race. how do the two presumptive nominees stack up? and who do americans think is best to handle the issues after the orlando terror attack? we have all of that for you this morning. we have this campaign covered for you the only way cnn can, the a-team up and at 'em this tuesday. let's begin with our chief political correspondent, dana bash. dana, what an interview it was. >> thank you. it was an incredible day. and inside trump headquarters right now, they're hoping this is the first day of a new world, one without a volatile person in charge, who sources said spun trump up on all the wrong things and made it hard to hire staff and build a legitimate general election campaign. >> what haen

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