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♪ three arrested, one more suspect, possibly on the run. plotting to attack police officers in baton rouge. new information overnight. president obama and george w. bush urging the nation to unite after last week's deadly shooting by police and then the attack on them in dallas. hillary clinton finally endorsed by bernie sanders, as donald trump narrows his v.p. search, new developments in the race for president. good morning, william to "early start." i'm alison kosik. >> i'm miguel marquez.
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great to see you. breaking news from overnight, louisiana police said they have foiled a plot to kill police just days after officers shot alton sterling, three men have been arrested. of the officials say they stole guns and intending to shoot police officers. authorities say one suspect is still at large. that is not the only threat facing police there. boris sanchez is in baton rouge with more. >> reporter: miguel and alison, officials tell us they have ever reason to believe there is a fourth and maybe even more suspects to harm officers in baton rouge. this all started late friday night into saturday morning after aofficials tell us there was a burglary at a cash america pawn shop here in baton rouge when they saw one suspect fleeing the scene with a handgun. he reportedly told officers that him and a group of people were
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looking to, quote, get bullets, in response to the protests of alton sterling. officers raided a home here in south baton rouge, and they arrested two other suspects. one of them a 13-year-old. they were able to recapture some of the weapons stolen during the burglary. there were eight weapons taken in all. they now have six in their possession. but there's still two weapons, two handguns, that are missing. officials are still looking for it. again, they're looking for a potential fourth suspect. they made a plea to the community and the suspect himself to turn himself in peacefully. it's important to point out this is one of two potential threats that the baton rouge police department is dealing with now. they tell us they received dozens of threats, one against protesters, but one against the public in general. there are two, the burglary at the pawn shop, and a report from
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an officer who said he was being followed by someone suspicious. we don't have many details about how that incident unfolded exactly. what we're hearing, the officer reported having been followed at some point. now, officials are investigating that. again, we don't have that many details, as soon as we do, we will hopefully flesh it out. and as the search continues for the man in baton rouge. a day of mourning in dallas with private funerals scheduled for three of the five police officers murdered in the street by a sniper last week. on tuesday, the city came together as the nation watched. president obama and george w. bush speaking passionately at the public memorial for officers. both reaching across party and ideological lines calling for unity in the wake of last week's tragedy. >> and today, in this audience, i see people who have protested
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on behalf of criminal justice reform grieving along police officers. i see people who mourn for the five officers lost but also weep for the families of alton sterling and philando castile. in this audience, i see what's possible -- i see what's possible when we recognize that we are one american family. all deserving of equal treatment. all deserving of equal respect. all children of god. that's the america i know. >> we recognize that we are brothers and sisters, sharing the same brief moment on earth, and owing each other the loyalty of our shared humanity. at our best, we know we have one country, one future, one destiny. we do not want the unity of grief, nor do we want the unity
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of fear. we want the unity of hope, affection and high purpose. >> and later today, president obama will host law enforcement civil rights faith activists and elected leaders for what the white house is calling a conversation on community policing and criminal justice. and new determination from the mother of philando castile to give meaning to her son's death at the hands of police. castile shot and killed by police in minnesota. late last nice, his mother valerie castile saying she appreciated the call from president obama on tuesday. she said much more must be done. along with her was tv attorney glenda hatchet who said he did everything right. >> he did everything he was supposed to do to be a productive citizen in the state
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of minnesota. and i want everyone to know who he is, who he was and what he stood for. >> he had a job. he wasn't trying to fight with the police. he wasn't a felon running and combative and trying to get the policeman's gun. we're talking about a man who was employed who was loved with his family, and who was permitted to have a gun and now he's dead. so we're saying this guy did it all correctly, this time must be the last time. >> valerie castile said she's still not seeing the facebook streamed by her son's girlfriend in the aftermath of the shooting. she said it would be too painful to watch philando in pain. police called to the scene after that they want people to know.
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more on that. >> reporter: miguel, alison, user seen the video of philando castile inside his car with the white t-shirt covered in blood. now, castile was the black man shot and killed by a police officer. that video was shot near this memorial on this street. but what about when that cell phone video goes to black. well, the police chief of the first responding police officers helps us fill in the gap. he said his officers arrived on scene, procured the scene, and within three minutes started administering cpr on castile. he said those officers administered cpr just outside of his door. >> our officers didn't know who had shot whom. there's a lot of things that they had to work through. at 9:10 p.m., three minutes after they arrived they started to perform cpr on mr. castile. four rows of officers using an
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aed performed cpr on mr. castile until they were removed by the ems personnel. >> reporter: he said the video was turned over to the state agency conducting this investigation. he said it will all be revealed when the investigation is complete. miguel, alison. >> all right, rosa flores from st. paul. time for an early start on "your money." yesterday, the dow jones industrial average breaking its record from may of 2015, one day after the s&p 500 did the same. both are now at their highest closing level of all time. the nasdaq also hitting a major milestone. at the close yesterday. year to date, the nasdaq is now in positive territory for the first time in 2016. up one-third of 1%. the dow and s&p 500 have matching gains for the year.
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both up more than 5%. so the catalyst for the recent rise was friday's jobs report that kind of helps to seal the deal from the brexit comeback that send the dow plunging almost 19 points. we are now seeing some weak innocence dow futures this morning. markets in europe are looking mixed. and shares in asia closing higher overnight. not just what we've seen in the last couple of days. >> it's been spinning lately. >> volatility has peaked. >> should i just put my money under the mattress? >> i think that's a bigger discussion. donald trump -- speaking of bigger discussions -- narrows his v.p. search, one possible pick and another quits his day job. we'll tell you about it. who is done with treatments that don't give you clearer skin.
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donald trump is expected to choose a running mate by friday.
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and one of the odds-on favorites, indiana governor mike pence just got a tryout on the campaign trail. republicans say he looks the part, attacking hillary clinton while building up his potential. let's get pour from dana bash. >> reporter: miguel and alison, right here in indiana, it was audition time, for mike pence to clearly audition to become donald trump's running mate. he tried to hit all of the points that are traditionally necessary for a running mate, somebody supportive of the president's agenda, and maybe when it comes to raw politics, someone who can be an attack dog for the opponent. >> you know, hillary and her party has been sliding so far to bernie's left of his agenda it's hard to keep track of it. the truth of the matter is, i
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just have to tell you from my heart, after looking at the direction that their party has gone, farther and farther to the left, to paraphrase the director of the fbi, i think it would be extremely careless to elect hillary clinton agency the next president of the united states. >> now, indiana governor mike pence is not known very well on the national stage, but he is somebody who has quite a lot of support and has gotten more so over the past couple of days, even, from conservatives who believe that he is one of them. he is a true evangelical, and also one other interesting point is that his donors, mike pence's donors, tend to be those, many of who tried to but never. that's got to make donald trump happy. but at the end of the day it's got to be the comfort factor and the ability to be commander in chief if needed.
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certainly here, more importantly, in private discussions, we're told that the two have bonded. but donald trump has made clear, he's nod made necessarily a final decision yet. there are other people like newt gingrich, the former speaker, on the short list. donald trump has gone to war with democratic and republican paul politicians during the campaign. now he's battling a supreme court justice, ruth bader ginsburg. trump blasting with a tweet overnight justice ginsburg has embarrassed all by making her very dumb political statements about me. her mind is shot. resign. trump said she's a disgrace to the court and should apologize to her fellow justices during a cnn town hall last night. >> i find it very peculiar, i
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think it out of place in a pointed branch of government. that shows bias to me. now, those of us who are in the elected branch of government who get elected to things, i think that is perfectly in the realm. but someone on the supreme court who is going to be calling balls and strikes based on what the next president does that strikes me as inherently biased. hillary clinton returning to the campaign trail in illinois. it's clinton's first day under the banner of what she hopes say united democratic party. the sight that many waited to see, that came yesterday in an event in new hampshire when bernie sanders formally endorsed the presumptive nominee. we get more from cnn's jeff zeleny. >> reporter: miguel and alison, after a long presidential campaign, bernie sanders and hillary clinton stood on the
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stage, hugged one another and vowed to take on donald trump. bernie sanders said six words, she must be our next president. >> secretary clinton has won the democratic nominating process. [ cheers and applause ] and i congratulate her for that. she will be the democratic nominee for president. and i intend to do everything i can to make certain she will be the next president of the united states. >> senator sanders pledging to
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be all he can to help defeat donald trump. it's an open question, though, how many supporters will follow him. several sanders supporters we talked to from here in new hampshire, other states say they had no intention of voting for hillary clinton. others say they weren't so sure. but hillary clinton was still thankful and praising of senator sanders herself. >> so thank you, thank you, bernie for your endurance spent, but more than that -- thank you for your lifetime of fighting injustices. i am proud to be fighting alongside you because my friends this is a time for all of us to stand together. >> senator sanders said he will stand with hillary clinton in all corners of the country, he'll be doing it alone, though, without the protection of the
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secret service. he officially lost secret service protection when he returned to washington from new hampshire. he is no longer a presidential candidate. britain is going to be getting a new prime minister at the end of the day today. we are live with the latest on the political roller coaster brought in by the brexit. that's next. ss. who hugs a friend. who is done with treatments that don't give you clearer skin. be the you who controls your psoriasis with stelara® just 4 doses a year after 2 starter doses. stelara® may lower your ability to fight infections and may increase your risk of infections and cancer. some serious infections require hospitalization. before treatment, get tested for tuberculosis. before starting stelara® tell your doctor if you think you have an infection or have symptoms such as: fever, sweats, chills, muscle aches or cough. always tell your doctor if you have any signs of infection, have had cancer, if you develop any new skin growths or if anyone in your house needs or has
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an historic morning unfolded in the united kingdom. just hours from now, david cameron will leave downing
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street for the last time as britain's prime minister. she's going to head straight to buckingham palace to terpd his formal resignation. cameron's replacement will then be granted with audience of the queen. let's go to london and bring in cnn's robin oakley. something tells me that theresa may is going to have no breathing room here, no honeymoon that other officials enjoy. am i right about that? >> reporter: absolutely so, alison, yes. and she's facing the difficult task that we expected a leadership contest for the conservative party leadership carrying with it the job of prime minister for the last nine weeks, since september 9th, when her main opponent dropped out of the contest earlier this week, that left theresa may with a coronation instead of a contest. it also left her with just two days to put together a new cabinet team to replace the one she's been working in with david cameron, alison.
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>> still, what kind of timetable is she working on? because at some point, the official process instilling article 50 of actually having a separation of the uk from the eu has to be put into play. is there any indication she's going to do that right away, or will she wait or there's talk that may never happen? >> reporter: no, it's going to happen. but it's not going to happen quickly. theresa may has indicated that she's not going to activate article 50 beginning those negotiations with the european union until the end of this year at the earliest. so january 2017 is the earliest we'll see action on that. she will try and have contacts, i think, with other european leaders before that. although they said no talks until she activates 50. there's a bit of a standoff there. but there's one question, 300,000 eu citizens work and live in britain.
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that part she can't guarantee they'll be part of the negotiations. there are also 1 million britains that live in eu countries. they'll have to cut a formal deal on that before it begins, alison. >> so many unanswered questions because the brexit is unpress da sented. cnn's robin oakley, thanks so much. police reveal plots to attack officers in baton rouge, a city divided by protests in last week's deadly police shooting. what we learned overnight. coming up next. you may think you can put off checking out your medicare options until you're sixty-five, but now is a good time to get the ball rolling. keep in mind, medicare only covers about eighty percent of part b medical costs. the rest is up to you. that's where aarp medicare supplement insurance plans insured by unitedhealthcare insurance company come in.
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three arrested, one more suspect, possibly, on the run, about kufld of plotting attacks on police officers. new information this morning. president obama and bush urging the country to unite in a memorial for five slain dallas police officers. and the race for president intensifying. hillary clinton finally getting
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a key endorsement as donald trump narrows his v.p. search. welcome back to "early start." i'm miguel marquez. >> good morning, i'm alison kosik, it's 30 minutes past the hour. and breaking overnight, authorities in baton rouge say they foiled a plot to kill police. three men have been arrested in this. m mens who officials say stole guns threatening to harm police officers. cnn's boris sanchez is in baton rouge with the latest. >> reporter: miguel and alison, officials tell us they have ever reason to believe there is potentially a fourth and maybe more suspects involved in this plot to harm police officers in baton rouge. this all started late friday night into saturday morning after officials tell us there was a burglary at a cash america
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pawn shop in baton rouge where they saw one suspect outside fleeing the scene with a hand gun. he reportedly told officers that him and a group of people were looking to, quote, get bullets, for protests following the deaths of alton sterling. officers raided a home yesterday in south baton rouge, and they arrested two other suspects. one of them a 13-year-old. they were able to recapture some of the weapons that were stolen during the burglary. there were eight weapons taken in all. they now have six in their possession. but there's still two weapons. two handguns that are missing. so officials are still looking for them. again, they're looking for a potential fourth suspect. they made a plea to the community and for the suspect thoums turn himself in peacefully. it's clear to point out this is one of two credible threats that the baton rouge police department is dealing with right now.
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they tell us they received dozens of threats not only against protesters but jen the public in general but there are two that are credible to dedicate resources to. the burglary at the pawn shop. and a report from an officer who said that he was being followed by someone suspicious. we don't have many details about how that incident unfolded exactly. what we're hearing, the officer reported having been fold at some point. now investigates are investigating that, we don't have many details, as soon as we do, we will hopefully flesh it out. alison, miguel. >> boris sanchez in baton rouge. a day of mourning in dallas for three of the five police officers murdered in the street by a sniper last week. on tuesday, the city came together and the nation watched. president obama and george w. bush speaking passionately at
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the public memorial for the officers. both reaching across party and ideological lines calling for unity of americans in the wake of last week's tragedy. >> today in this audience, i've seen people protesting on behalf of the criminal justice reform grieving alongside police officers. i see people who mourn for the five officers lost but also weep for the families of philando castile and alton sterling. i see what's possible, i see what's possible when we recognize that we're one american family, all deserving of equal treatment. all deserving of equal respect. all children of god. that's the america i know. >> we recognize that we are brothers and sisters, sharing the same brief moment on everything and owing each other the loyalty of our shared
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humanity. at our best, we know we have one country, one future, one defenda destiny. we do not want the unity of grief nor do we want the unity of fear. we want the unity of hope, affection and high purpose. >> later today, president obama hosts law enforcement, civil rights, faith activists and elected leaders on what the white house is calling a conversation on community policing and criminal justice. there's new determination from the mother of philando castile to give meaning of her son's death at the hands of police. castile shot and killed by police during a traffic stop in minnesota. late last night, his mother valerie castile telling cnn that she appreciated the phone call she got from president obama on tuesday. but she says much more must be done. along with her attorney, tv
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attorney glenda hatchett saying she did everything. >> he did everything he was supposed to do to be a productive citizen in the state of minnesota. and i want everyone to know who he is, who he was and what he stood for. >> we're talking about a man who was doing right. who had a job. who wasn't trying to fight with police. who wasn't a felon running and combative, and trying to get the police. we're talking about a man who was employed. who was loved with his family, and who was permitted to have a gun and now he's dead so we're saying, this time, he did it all correctly, this time must be the last time. >> valerie castile says she has not seen the facebook video streamed by her son's girlfriend in the aftermath of the
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shooting. she says it just would be too painful to watch philando in aggny. meantime, people called to the scene after the shooting. >> reporter: miguel, alison, you've seen the video of philando castile inside his car with the white t-shirt covered in blood. now, castile was the black man shot and killed by a police officer. that video was shot near this memorial on this street. but what about when that cell phone video goes to black. well, the police chief of some of those first responding police officers helps us fill in the gaps. he said his officers arrived on the scene, secured scene and within three minutes started administering cpr of castile. he said that those officers administered cpr just outside of his door.
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>> our officers didn't know who was whom. it was a chaotic affair. by 9:10 p.m., three minutes after they arrived they performed cpr on mr. castile. four uniformed officers using an aed administered cpr on castile until they were relieved by st. paul medics. >> reporter: they say the video was turned over to the state agency conducting the investigation. he said it will all be revealed when the investigation is complete. miguel, alison. >> our thanks to rosa flores for that. and time for an early start on "your money." two giant u.s. employers they're giving their workers a big raise. 18,000 employees at chase bank branches will see their pay jump. the minimum hourly rate will
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increase to $12 an hour. that's an 18% rise. dimon saying americans have gone too far in significant bumps and zefb to share in economic growth. workers at starbucks are getting a raise, the coffee chain will increase pay 5% to 15% for all store managers and employees. the rate is growing in satisfaction among starbucks employees who say their hours had been cut. even a group of them with a petition which has more than 13,000 signatures. interestingly enough, everybody at starbucks getting raises, coffee prices going up. >> i also wonder if this is a trend in the u.s. economy. >> certainly is, yeah. hillary clinton finally getting an endorsement from bernie sanders, but are his supporters ready to unite behind
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donald trump expected to choose a running mate by friday. one of the outs of on favorite indiana governor mike spence just got a tryout on the campaign trail. and the republican party saying he looks the part, attacking hillary clinton while building up his potential boss. we got more from cnn's dana bash. >> reporter: miguel and alison, it was audition time, clearly, for donald trump's running mate and he tried to hit all of the points that are traditionally common for the running mate, somebody to show the ability to be president and maybe important when it comes to raw politics,
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somebody who can be an attack dog against her opponent. >> hillary and her party have been sliding so far left of bernie and his agenda it's hard to keep track of it. the truth. matter is, i just have to tell you from my heart, after looking at the direction the party has gone, to paraphrase the director of the fbi, i think it would be extremely careless to elect hillary clinton as the next president of the united states. >> reporter: now, indiana governor mike pence is not known very well on the national stage, but he is somebody who has quite a lot of support and has gotten more so over the past couple of days even from conservatives who believe that he is one of them. he is a true evangelical. and also one other interesting point is that his donor, mike pence's donors, tend to be those, many of whom tried to
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fund and did fund the donald trump movement. that is something that would make donald trump happy. but at the end of the day, it's got to be the ability to be commander in chief if needed. in private discussions, we're told that the two have bonded. but donald trump has not necessarily made a final decision yet. and there are others like newt gingrich, former speaker, on the list. and now donald trump is battling justice ginsburg, that's after she expanded her criticism calling him a faker with an ego who says whatever comes into his head. trump blasting back with a weet overnight saying this, justice ginsburg has embarrassed all by making very dumb political statements about me. her mind is shot. resign. trump saying earlier that ginsburg is a disgrace to the
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court and should apologize to her fellow justices. during a cnn town hall last night house speaker paul ryan echoing trump's feeling that ginsburg crossed the line. >> i find it very peculiar. and i think it's out of place for in a pointed branch of government. that shows bias to me. now, those of us who are in the elected branch of government, who get elected to things, i think that's perfectly within the realm. but for someone on the supreme court who is going to be calling balls and strikes in the future based upon whatever the next president in congress does, that strikes me as inherently biased an out of the realm. hillary clinton is returning to the campaign trail this morning in illinois. it will be clinton's first day and you the banner of what she hopes is a united democratic party. the sight that many of the party faithful waited to see for months came yesterday in an event in new hampshire when
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bernie sanders formally endorsed the presump nominee. we get more from cnn's jeff zeleny. >> miguel and alison, after a long heated presidential campaign, bernie sanders and hillary clinton stood on the stage hugged one another and vowed to take on donald trump. sanders said six words, she must be the next president. >> secretary clinton has won the democratic nomination process. [ cheers and applause ] and i graduate her for that. she will be the democratic
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nominee for president, and i intend to do everything i can to make certain she will be the president of the united states. >> senator sanders pledging to do all he can to help defeat donald trump. it's an open question, though, how many of his supporters will follow him. several sanders supporters we talked to from here in new hampshire, vermont and other states say they have no intention of voting for hillary clinton. others say they weren't so sure. but hillary clinton was thankful and praised senator sanders herself for running a hard fought campaign. >> so, thank you, thank you, bernie, for your endorsement, but more than that, thank you for your lifetime of fighting injustices. i am proud to be fighting
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alongside you, because, my friends, this is a time for all of us to stand together. >> senator sanders said he will stand with hillary clinton in all corners of the country, he'll be doing it alone, though, without the protection of the secret service. he officially lost secret service protection once he returned to washington from here in new hampshire. he's enjoyed that since february. he's no longer a presidential candidate. he's simply the junior senator from vermont. miguel and alison. it was another record day on wall street yesterday. the average hit a record high. will we see more gains today. a look in on your early start on "your money" next.
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historic morning unfolding in the united kingdom. just hours from now, david cameron will leave downing street for the last time as
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britain's prime minister, he'll head straight to buckingham palace to tender his formal resignation, cameron's replacement theresa may will then have a live audience with the queen. we go live to robin oakley. robin, it's a head-spinning couple of weeks in the uk. obviously, the tori manager is going to change. there's been an election. is there any chance we'll see a snap election? >> no, i don't think. theresa may when she first made her switch to prime minister, she said there will be brexit on brexit. and no decision coming out of the european union and nothing until the new year.
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jeremy corbin challenged by one of his front benches and the party may be about to split. but no early election is on the cards, miguel. >> and with regard to triggering article 50, which will get the formal process of brexit under way, it sounds like she wants to do that later? but europeans want to do it earlier. where are we going to come down on this? >> yeah there's a complete standoff on that. the european leaders can't wait to get on with the negotiations because they don't want this whole business of countries leaving the eu dominating the news and encouraging other countries, perhaps, to think about it. so, the question of -- of the negotiations and being actually stopped up by article 50 won't come up until at least the end of the year, theresa may has again made that clear. she will want to start some informal talks with other leaders about the possible shape of a deal of taking britain out
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of the european union. but no formal talks until she does article 50. >> robin oakley. thank you very much. let's get an early start on "your money." dow futures are flat. european stock markets are not moving much either. shares in asia finished with green arrows. oil is down after a big gain yesterday. and wall street enjoyed yet another record high on tuesday's close. the dow jones industrial average is goes into today's session at its highest level ever. after the s&p 500 hit a new record monday. three days of gains helped it average past the previous record hit in may 2015. the dow is gaining 5% on the year but trading has been really volatile. >> the national debt will top record levels in 20 years without changes to current law. debt could rise to 141% of the
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economy by 2026. this is according to a new study by the congressional budget office. by 2036, it will pass the historical peak of hit after world war ii. right now it's at 75%. here's the reason. lawmakers don't address the bigger chunks. the top three budget busters are social security, medicare and medicaid and interest on it is borrowed. where do the presidential candidates stand on this. neither hillary clinton or donald trump offer solutions to to it. if you look at trump's plan, driven by tax cuts that would add $11.5 trillion to the national debt, this according to a recent study. if you would look at clinton's plan that would add $250 billion to the plan but her plan does
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not include the changes she announced last week with health care and college. it's manage that everybody talks about but it never really takes hold. >> you look at that graphic, only $250 billion looks like a small amount. >> i know, it's amazing. "early start" continues right now. three arrested, one more suspect, possibly on the run, accused of plotting to attack police officers in baton rouge. new information overnight. president obama and george w. bush urging the nation to unite after last week's deadly shooting by police. and then the attack on them in dallas. hillary clinton finally endorsed by bernie sanders, as donald trump narrows his vp search. new development information the race for president. good morning, welcome to "early start." i'm mig weuel marquez. >> good

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