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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 morning, i'm alison
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kosik. it's 5:00 a.m. in the eastern. overnight, authorities in baton rouge say they foiled a plot to attack police. this safer the death of alton sterling. three men have been arrested, men who place say stole guns intending to shoot police officers. authorities say one suspect is still at large. and that's not the only threat facing police there. 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 pawn shop here in baton rouge where they say they saw one suspect outside fleeing the scene with a handgun. he reportedly told officers that
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he and a group of people were, quote, reportedly looking to get bullets for protests following the death of alton sterling. officers raided a home here in south baton rouge. one of two credible threats that the baton rouge police department is dealing with right now. they tell us they received dozens of threats, not only against law enforcement but against protesters and against the public in general. but there are two that they deemed credible enough to dedicate resources to. the burglary at the pawn shop.
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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 is that the officer reported having been followed at some point. and now, officials are investigating that. again, we don't have many details, but as soon as we do, were will hopefully flesh it out and continue to follow developments for the search for the suspect 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, a city came together answer the nation watched. president obama and george w. bush speaking passionately at the public memorial for the officers. both reaching across party and ideological lines calling for unity among americans in the wake of last week's tragedy. >> and today in this audience, i see people who have protested on
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behalf of criminal justice reform grieving alongside police officers. i see people who mourn for the five officers we 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. >> now, later today, president obama hosts law enforcement, civil rights, faith activists an elected leaders on what the white house is calling a conversation on criminal justice. there's new information from the mother of philando castile to give meaning to her son's death at the hands of police. castile killed by police in minnesota. his mother valerie castile telling cnn she appreciated the phone call she got from president obama on tuesday but said much more must be done. along with tv judge glenda hatchett saying he did everything right when police pulled him over. >> 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
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stood for. >> we're talking about a man who was doing right. who had a job, who wasn't trying to fight with the 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, you know, he did it all all directly, 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 shooting. she says it will be too painful to watch philando in agony. meantime, police called to the scene after the shooting says there's more about what happened that they do want people to know. cnn's rosa flores has more on it that. >> reporter: miguel, alison,
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you've seen the video of philando castile inside his car with that white t-shirt covered in blood. castile was the black man who was 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 responsing police officers helps us fill in the gaps. he says that his officers arrived on scene, secured the scene and within three minutes started administering cpr on castile. he says, that those officers administered cpr just outside his door. >> our officers didn't know who had shot whom. it was a chaotic affair. there's a lot of things going on that they had to work through. and by 9:10 p.m., so three minutes after they arrived, they started to perform cpr on mr. castile. so four officers using an aed performed cpr on mr. castile
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until they were relieved from st. paul medics because st. paul fire handles it. >> reporter: he said all of that was captured on dash cam video and that video was turned over to the agency conducting the investigation. he says it will all be revealed when the investigation is complete. miguel, alison. donald trump narrows his v.p. search auditioning one possible pick and another quits his day job. we'll tell you about it -- coming up. at the beginning of the 21st century, the earth needed to find a new way to keep up with the data from over 30 billion connected devices. just 30 billion? so, a bold group of researchers and computer scientists in silicon valley had a breakthrough they called... the machine.
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tryout. they say he looked the part attacking hillary clinton while building up his potential boss. we get more from cnn's dana dash. >> miguel and alison, right here in indiana it was audition time for the state's governor auditioning clearly to be donald trump's vice presidential running mate. and he tried to hit all of the points that are traditionally necessary for a running mate. somebody who is supportive the candidate's agenda, an ability to be president. but maybe even more importantly when it comes to raw politics, somebody who can be an attack dog towards his opponent. >> you know, hillary and her opponent have been sliding so far of bernie's agenda it's hard to keep track of. i have to tell you from my heart after looking at the direction the party has gone, farther and farther left to paraphrase the director of the fbi, i think it
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would be extremely careless to elect hillary clinton as the next president of the united states. >> indiana governor mike pence is not known very well on the national stage but he is somebody who has quite a bit of support and gotten more so over the last 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 whom who tried to fund and did fund a never trump movement. so that would be something that would 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 in needed. and certainly here at the public meeting and more importantly, perhaps, in private discussions we are told that the two have bonded. but donald trump has made clear, as has his aides, not necessarily a final decision yet and there are other people like
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newt gingrich, the former house speaker, on the short list. mig kw miguel and alison. >> thank you. joining us live from washington, thanks for getting up early with us. >> thank you. >> house speaker paul ryan appearing on cnn's town hall with jake tapper last night. interesting to hear him endorse donald trump. but it was pretty darn tepid. listen to this. >> it's a binary choice. it is either donald trump or hillary clinton. you don't get a third option. one or the other. and i know where i want to go. he won the election. i mean, we are a bottom-up party, we are not a top-down party. he got 14 million votes. no one else got close to that. so he won the primary fair and square, that is why we want to respect the will of these voters who are the republican primary voters who voted for him. >> okay. but at the same time,
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solidifying support among republicans, that solidification not clearly happening in a big way but does that really matter for donald trump? because when you think of it, he's running on the fact that he's an outsider, and that's who the people supporting him like? >> well i think what matters to donald trump and what matters to paul ryan which he was eluding to last night is that donald trump is who the voters want. and i think the republican committee has to answer a lot of questions this year that they perhaps in the past did not have to, regarding their commitment to their base and to voters, and i think what ryan tried to communicate more than anything else is that they want to be a party of the people. you see the comment about being a bottom-up party. considering all of the criticism they received about establishment officials controlling things. i think what matters the most at this point for paul ryan and for donald trump is to communicate the idea that they are for the people. >> well, there's also something
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that donald trump is for these days which is picking a new vp. >> sure. >> i will get to that. he was in indiana with mike pence yesterday. the governor there. let's hear what he said about him. >> you'll be calling up mike pence. i don't know whether he's going to be your governor your vice president, who the hell knows. you're going to call him and you're going to either say, governor or vice president, sir, please, please speak to mr. trump. we're winning too much. >> boy, that's a pretty strong indication of his like. i want to read also what fox news said about newt gingrich. due to the speculation of newt gingrich's potential selection of donald trump's vice presidential running candidate, we felt it best to halt his
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contributor role in the network to avoid all conflicts of interest that may arise." will either of them make a difference? >> that's so interesting, i look at how it's being caused for the vice presidential candidate for donald trump, it feels like a "the apprentice" finalist. it's looking like mike pence brings things and people and voters to the table that donald trump does not have. even in that clip, you see much of what has made donald trump successful with his base, that excitement and just the -- being off the cuff. mike spence a bit more tempered and a bit more mild-mannered. and he just can even out some of the weak points that critics say donald trump has. i think he's going to go with pence, but i don't know. >> all right. we have to get to the democrats. you're coming back later in the show. we will talk about all of the activity yesterday with that.
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we'll see you in a bit, eugene, thanks so much. >> see you. baseball's best gathering in san diego for the all-star game. the american league looking to win for the fourth time in a row, and it turned out to be a royal affair. coy wire with this morning's "bleacher report." see you in a bit, coy. see me. see me. don't stare at me. see me. see me. see me to know that psoriasis is just something that i have. i'm not contagious. see me to know that... ...i won't stop until i find what works. discover cosentyx, a different kind of medicine for moderate to severe plaque psoriasis. proven to help the majority of people find clear or almost clear skin. 8 out of 10 people saw 75% skin clearance at 3 months. while the majority saw 90% clearance.
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baseball's all-star game gets overshadowed by controversy over the canadian national anthem. coy wire has more on this morning's "bleacher report." good morning. >> good morning to you both, how are you? a great day but we had controversy last night, a member of the quartet at alled the tenor holding up the sign to enforce it all unbeknownst to other members of his group, check it out. ♪ ♪ all brothers and sisters all lives matter to the brave ♪ >> now, the rest of the group quickly distanced themselves from the singer. they released a statement saying they are deeply sorry, shocked and embarrassed by the, quote, disrespectful and misguided lack of judgment by one member of the group. went on to say the actions of
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bush urging the country to unite at a memorial for five slain dallas police officers. >> the race for president intensifying. hillary clinton finally getting a key endorsement as donald trump narrows his vp search. welcome back to "early start." i'm alison kosik. >> good morning. i'm miguel marquez. it's 30 minutes past the hour. police have foiled a plot to kill police in baton rouge. men who officials say stole guns and ammunition intending to shoot police officers. and that is not the only threat facing police there. 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
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after officials tell us there was a burglary at a cash america pawn shop here in baton rouge where they say they found one suspect outside fleeing the scene with a handgun. after interrogating that suspect he apparently told officers that him and a group of people were looking to, quote, get bullets in order to target officers following protests in the death of alton sterling. during that interrogation, 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 in the burglary. there were eight weapons taken in all. they now have six in their possession. but there are still six handguns missing. officials are still looking for them. 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 clear to point out this is
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one of two credible threats that the baton rouge police department is dealing with right now. they told us they received dozens of threats not only against law enforcement but protesters and the public in general. but there are two they deem credible enough 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 followed at some point. now, investigators are investigating that and we don't have any more details but as soon as we do, we hope to flesh it out and as the investigation continues in baton rouge. a day of mourning in dallas with private funerals scheduled for three of the five police officers who were murdered in the street by a sniper last week. on tuesday, the city came together and the nation watched.
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president obama and george w. bush speaki ing passionately at the public memorial for the officers, bone calling for unity among americans in the wake of last week's tragedies. >> and today, in this audience, i see people who have protested on behalf of criminal justice reform grieving alongside police officers. i see people who mourn for the five officers we lost, but also weep for the families 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
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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 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 for what the white house is calling a conversation on community policing and criminal justice. and new determination from the mother of philando castile that gives meaning to her son's death at the hands of police. castile killed by police during a traffic stop in minnesota. late last night, his mother valerie castile telling cnn that she appreciated a phone call from president obama on tuesday but she says more must be done. along with her attorney, tv
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judge glenda hatchett saying she did everything right when police pulled him over. >> 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 the police. who 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 by his family, and who was permitted to have a gun. and now he's dead. so we're saying this time, you know, and he did it all correctly, this time must be the last time. >> now 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 would be too painful to watch philando in agony. meantime, police called to the scene after the shooting says there's more that people don't know after what happened. cnn's rosa flores has more on that. >> reporter: migmiguel, alison, you've seen the video of philando castile inside his car with the white t-shirt covered in blood. castile is the black man shot and killed by a police officer. that video was shot near the memorial on this street. but what about when that cell phone video goes to black. well the police chief of those first responding officers helps us fill in the gaps. he said his officers arrived on the scene, secured the scene, and within three minutes started administering cpr on castile. he says that those officers administered cpr just outside his door. >> our officers didn't know who had shot whom. there was a chaotic affair.
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there were a lot of things going on that they had to work through. by 9:10 p.m., three minutes after they arrived they started to perform cpr, four rows of officers using an aed performed cpr on mr. castile until they were relieved by st. paul fire and medics. >> reporter: the chief says all of that was captured on dash cam video. and that that video was turned over to the state agency conducting this investigation. he says it will all be revealed when the investigation is complete. miguel, alison. >> all right. our thanks to rosa flores for that. and it's 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 are going to see their pay jump. the minimum hourly rate will inbetween to $12 an hour. that makes it an 18% rise. jpmorgan chase, ceo jamie dimon
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said the increase is the right think to do. telling "the new york times" that americans have gone far too long without a significant bpay bump. workers at starbucks are also getting a raise. the coffee chain will increase pay 5 to 15% for all store manages and employees. interestingly the pay raises come among growing satisfaction who employees said their hours have been cut. a group of them started a petition last month which currently has more than 13,000 signatures. it is good to see starbucks doing this at the same time raising those coffee prices. this is a trend in this country that's gone up. >> i assume we're going to see pay rises across the board. >> we hope so. >> it's about time. now, hillary clinton finally getting an endorsement from
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welcome back. hillary clinton returning to the campaign trail this morning in illinois. will it be clintons first day under the banner of what she hopes is a united democratic party. many of the party faithful waited months to see came yesterday 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 heated presidential campaign, bernie sanders and hillary clinton stood on the same stage, hugged one another and vowed to take on donald trump. senator sanders said six words, she must be our next president.
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>> 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 do make certain she will be the next 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 supporters will follow him. several sanders supporters we
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talked to from here in new hampshire, vermont, other states say they have no intention for voting for hillary clinton others say they will. but hillary clinton was thankful and praising of 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 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. country. he'll be doing it alone, though, without the protection of 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
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candidate. he's simply the junior senator from vermont. miguel and alison. >> thanks to jeff zeleny. i bring in our cnn political reporter eugene scott to discuss all of this from washington, d.c. good morning to you. thanks tour getting up early. >> good morning. >> first, we'll go to hillary clinton, the same speech, where she is sounding a little bernie sanders. >> very much so. >> we need an economy that works for everyone, not just those at the top. not just the millionaires and billionaires, but everybody. and to do that, we need to go big, and we need to go bold. this isn't a time for half measures. >> she was so excited to talk about this. >> yeah. >> so, look, is this going to work? is this going to win over bernie supporters? >> it's going to win over some. we've seen the last couple of
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weeks, the clinton campaign take incremental steps to the left, or at least in a direction that she hopes appeals to more bernie sanders supporters. hopefully for her, this will end up for some of them voting for her. but as jeff mentioned earlier, we saw quite a few people who remain never hill little yesterdahillary yesterday. i saw on social media some disappointed with the senator himself for not actually remaining in the race until the convention as he originally stated had would. >> more about whether or not his supporters will line up behind hillary. you look at donald trump. you look at bernie sanders. there are similarities there. you got the protection of sentiment. both on both sides think it's rigged. and both sets of voters are mad as hell. not only that, then you have the added strike against hillary clinton about her e-mail saga.
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paul ryan on our town hall with jake tapper talked about this. listen to this. >> we want to make sure everyone is treated equally. i believe she's gotten preferial treatment. hillary is that insider, donald trump the outsider. were list supporters line you up behind hillary? >> some believe like ryan said, hillary clinton is not someone who can be trusted and who has the best interests of america at heart. but those who want to see the government moves towards, embracing progressiveness. and more are going to get behind her because they believe that she is the better option, ultimately, at least than donald trump. >> all right. eugene scott, thanks so much for getting up early with us. >> thank you. >> thank you. let's take a look at what's coming up on "new day."
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chris cuomo, my good friend. how are you, my friend? >> good morning, chris. >> good morning, my friends. it's good to see you both. well, there is a new turn in this election, just when you think, well, now, we understand what it is, nothing else will be added to the mix. donald trump is now in a fight with a supreme court justice. and he didn't start it. ruth bader ginsburg has made very unprecedented comments about the candidate. and now trump in response is asking for her to leave the bench for calling him a faker, among other things. and cnn sat down with justice ginsburg after she had talked to the press about this. and she stands by the comments. the question is, what will this mean in the scope of the election? what will this mean if donald trump becomes president? well, why? because, if he has a policy that comes under review by the supreme court, what does it mean that ruth bader ginsburg is sitting there?
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will this be a case for recusal? there's a lot that goes into the analysis. also, we'll take you back to dallas, this is where it matters when three fallen officers are laid to rest as we remember yesterday's memorial service. so we're going to review what president obama's words there, former president bush's words what it mean to it that community and what it means for all of us, my friends, going forward. the dow at a record high. and the same for s&p 500. the question is, what does it mean for your retirement account? that's what we really care about, right? we'll get an early start on "your money." that's coming up next.
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historic morning unfolding in the united kingdom. just hours from now, david cameron will leave downing street as prime minister and he'll head straight to
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buckingham palace to tender his formal resignation. theresa may will have an audience with the queen. we go to london and bring in cnn's robin oakley. it's may day, robin. what are we going to see in the hours ahead, both for conservatives and labor party? >> for conservatives in particular, theresa may is going to have to form a cabinet and perform a balancing act between people who want to leave the european union as they voted to do as in the referendum. she's the remainder. and she will appoint the exchequer, and another foreign secretary, and the job of foreign secretary will probably have to go to a leave campaigner. she's got to unite the country at the same time after a vote flit 52 to 48 coming out europe. and she's got a lot of big
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decisions ahead. there's a big vote on that up can go up monday, miguel. >> it is going to be rocky times ahead, it seems for the uk. robin oakley for us in london, thank you. let's get an early start on "your money." looking at the dow, they are flat right now. and in london up. oil prices down after a big jump yid. wall street enjoyed another record high. the dow joan industrines indust into another level. both at their highest closing levels of all time. the nasdaq, it also hit a major milestone at the close. year to date when you tally it all up, it's now in positive territory for the first time in 2016. up one-third of 1%. dow and s&p 500 they have matching gains for the year. they're both up more than 5%. that's the kind of news you want to hear.
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great news for your 401(k) as many account reflect the performance. the recent catalyst was friday's jobs report that helped from the brexit meltdown which sent the dow down 900 points in two days. that of course, with volatility earlier in the year with worries about china and oil prices. all of that seems to be a distant memory for wall street. >> at least for an hour or so. new arrests say police was a planned attack on officers. "new day" starts now. >> i've spoken at too many memorials. >> we asked our police to do too much and we ask too little of ourselves. >> we're grief stricken, heartbroken and forever grateful.
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>> these tragedies tear at our soul. >> i am the law and order candidate. >> it's either donald trump or hillary clinton. >> hillary clinton will make an outstanding president. >> bernie sanders' people, they're going to be voting for trump. >> we are joining forces. >> i'm just as interested as the relevant of you are as who the vp pick it's. >> i don't know if he's going to vice president, who the hell knows. good morning, welcome to your "new day." it's wednesday, 6:00 in the east. poppy harlow and i are here for you. dallas, that's where we're going to be this morning because it is the sight of our collective sorrow. three of the city's finest will be laid to rest this morning. thousands expected to honor these fallen heroes. president obama consoling mourners, challenging us to find the character to unite. >> absolutely. all of this as we are learning,
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chilling new details about a credible and very disturbing plot to kill police officers in louisiana. the arrests come amid the growing tension over the deadly police shootings over two black men this week. we want >> reporter: good morning, poppy and chris. when you listen to each president -- you had president george w. bush and president barack obama both standing in front of a crowd, you hear the same message from them. the message was that america needs to unite. but one of the hardest parts of all of this is going to come today with three officers being laid to rest today. those officers are michael thompson, brent ahrens, michael smith, loe

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