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♪ they feel like they're wasting their time. trump staffers revealing to cnn growing frustration inside the campaign. and for their candidate constantly at war with someone. hillary clinton with a prominent new republican endorsement. and a record month in fund-raising. >> the zika virus now spreading in florida. new cases reported in another miami neighborhood. good morning, welcome to "early start." i'm christine romans. >> great to see you today. i'm john berman, the wednesday, awkward 3rd.
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it's 4:00 a.m. in the east. a head-spinning 24 hours for donald trump. if i sleep five hours, i wake up there's that much more this morning. word this morning there's increasing frustration inside the trump campaign. telling cnn that campaign staffers, quote, feel like they're wasting their time. among these people apparently campaign manager paul manafort. the distraction cited included trump's fight with the gold star parents of an american army captain. trump is refusing to endorse house speaker paul ryan in his primary campaign. and trump is sort of keeping praise on ryan's underdog opponent. this is on top of new criticism by senator john mccain. and that is on top of other high profile republicans coming flat out and saying they will vote for hillary clinton.
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cnn's jason carroll has the latest. >> reporter: this is a stunning development. we'll where-v to see how this plays out. donald trump saying in an interview with "the washington post" he's not ready to endorse paul ryan in the upcoming election. i like paul but these are horrible times for our country. we need very strong leadership. we need very, very strong leadership. and i'm just not quite there yet. i'm not quite there yet. that's the same language that ryan used to introduce trump. trump saying he's not doing a good job for the vets, and i always felt he should do a better job for the vets. i've always had a difficult time for that reason because our vets are not being treated properly. trump did not stop there, he also took aim at senator kelly
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ayotte, calling her a weak and disloyal leader in new hampshire. trump involved in another controversy this after he talked about a purple heart recipient at his rally yesterday in virginia. >> something very nice just happened to me. a man came up to me, and he handed me his purple heart. now, i said to him, i said to him, is that like the real one? or is that a copy? and he said that's my real purple heart. i have such confidence in you. and i said, man, that's like -- that's like big stuff. i always wanted to get the purple heart. this was much easier. >> reporter: trump already under fire for comments he made about the family of a slain muslim u.s. soldier humayun khan.
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both ryan and mccain did release statements defending the khan family. it should also be noted that chris christie also spoke out in defense of the khan family. clearly, this is something that so far has not set well with trump. >> all right. thanks for that, jason. overnight the father of that fallen american soldier calling donald trump a draft dodger for taking four student deferments and a medical deferment during the war. and khan slamming trump for accepting that purple heart and making that joke about it. >> a man comes to him, a veteran, so kindly, what a gracious man, hands him his purple heart. what he does, he deceives, thanks, puts in his pocket. later on, pulls it out. i got this purple heart so easy, i always wanted one.
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donald trump, you had the time, you did not serve. you know what he should have done? and listen to me i want his surrogates to listen to me. you should have pinned that back to that veteran's chest. >> tammy duckworth also attacked trump's purple heart joke last night. the disabled veteran tweeting out a picture of yourself and a message. donald trump, this is what one usually looks like when you're awared the purple heart. nothing easy about it. and calling trump a terrible president, one. worst in a terrible disaster. it comes when the president stood next to a world leader and called trump unfit for public office and urged republican leaders to withdraw their support for trump, listen to this. >> yes, i think the republican
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nominee is unfit. i said so last week. and he keeps on proving it. this isn't a situation where you have an episodic gaffe. this is daily. and weekly. where they are distancing themselves from statements he's making. there has to be a point at which you say, this is not somebody i can support. there has to come a point at which you say, somebody who makes those kinds of statements doesn't have the judgment, the temperament, the understanding to occupy the most powerful position in the world. >> he's been one of the worst presidents in the history of our country. i think he's probably going to go down maybe agency the worst. we'll see how this all comes out. but he's been one of the worst
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presidents in history. for him to be calling me that is an honor because he's been a very weak president. and a lawsuit of trump university is moving ahead. the judge rejected that to get the suit thrown out, ruling that a jury should decide whether trump had, quote, knowingly defrauded in a scheme. he wants to avoid what he called a media frenzy before the trial. trump has previously attacked this judge's fairness, incorrectly identifying indiana-born judge as mexican. a big shake up in the democratic national committee in the wake of the dnc e-mail hack. the party ceo, cfo are all out, and this as our 23re7bd donna brazile steps in replacing
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debbie wasserman schultz. the. the clinton campaign has marked best fund-raising month. $63 million in july. that's a lot of money. the campaign doesn't receive a surge of $8.7 million in the 24 hours after hillary clinton's acceptance speech. at a rally on monday, donald trump said his campaign raised $35.8 million, also a lot of money. he claims much is from small ones. meg whitman is the chairman and ceo of hewlett-packard she said, quote, donald trump's demagoguery has undermined the fabric of our national character. america needs the kind of stable and aspire aceal leadership secretary clinton can provide.
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she's been a big donor to gop in the past. whitman is the third prominent republican to endorse clinton. >> a longtime aide is backing hillary clinton and a top jeb bush adviser is jumping to the clinton side. >> she's got $140 million of her own money to run for governor of california. she was a huge donor to mitt romney and of course friend of his. she was a huge donor and a big figure in chris christie's presidential campaign. in addition to being a prominent republican, in addition to being a big money donor, she's also a woman which the optics are troubling for donald trump. >> business owners don't want higher minimum wages and some of the things in the hillary clinton platform. but they see so much more in the chaos in the trump plan that
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i have a lifetime of experience. so i know how important that is. welcome back. health officials confirming the new case of the zika virus in south florida bringing the number of infections now to 15. the latest cases outside of the miami-dade county where active transmission has been identified the. state health department will now go to a ten-mile area to contain the virus. let's get more from cnn's nick valencia. he's in miami for us. >> reporter: the florida governor and the cdc both say to expect even more cases of the zika virus to be locally transmitted in miami. part of the issue, according to the cdc, is that mosquitos in the area may be resistant to the insecticides that are being
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sprayed by health officials. here on the streets in wynwood, reaction is mixed even those who must be most concerned. >> we didn't go on vacation, we didn't travel to the caribbean because of this just so i wouldn't get exposed to them. i mean, i live here. i'm not going to stop living my life. >> i wasn't aware of it jumping to 14. i know this is ground zero. >> i think it's completely nerve-racking. it's scary. i don't know what to say about it, i just don't know what to do. >> reporter: in an interview earlier with the director of the cdc dr. tom frieden, i was told that that area is not in the cases, some of them were discovered by random door-to-door community surveys. state officials and the cdc has a team here. they expect to continue those surveys in the days ahead. >> nick, thanks so much.
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>> the delaware supreme court has declared the state's death penalty law is unconstitutional. the court ruled that judges and juries are playing too large a role in abolishing sentences laid out by the u.s. supreme court. they can appeal it but legal experts say that's highly unlikely. capital pun mishment has been abolished in 18 states. five people were killed and more than a dozen others injuresed. the pole sliced the bus in half. the bus company has been cited for more than 40 violations over the past two years. seven of them specifically for the bus that crashed. officials in california are blaming a campfire for setting off a deadly wildfire. authorities say the fire was apparently built around july 22nd and then abandoned in the state park. the persons responsible for the blaze could face criminl and
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civil penalties. the flame scorched 40 acres of land in the big sur area. a bulldozer operator died in the blaze. john and christine, you think of california, this region in particular, the monterey peninsula, among the most challenging landscapes for firefighters to be working in when it comes to the mountains there. over 44,000 acres consumed. you look at the area in decades it's steadily increased since 2012. 1,000 acre or more single fires every single year. and close to the caribbean, earl is a tropical force hurricane. not a big time rainmaker. plenty of rain, though, and speaking of rain, along the southern boundary, some storms or thunderstorms could begin to pop up. along with this, high pressure is setting up shop around
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portions of the gulf as it does. we get a nice strong surge of southerly flow here. moisture content is up. dallas, 132 degrees by thursday afternoon. atlanta, mid-90s. washington, mid-90s. the place to be new york city, low 80s. >> thank you for that, pedram. ivanka trump addressing the issue of sexual harassment after comments by her father and one of her brothers placed her in the middle of a debate about how a woman should or arrest harassment in the workplace. >> i think sexual harassment is inexcusable. i think harassment in general, regardless, sexual or otherwise is totally unreasonable. if it transpires, it needs to be reported and it needs to be dealt with on a company level. we have a very strong hr team at
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the trump organization who is equipped to deal with these issues if they arise. you hope they never arise. you hope you have a culture in which they don't arise. but it needs to be dealt with. >> donald trump, her dad, has said he thought ivanka would, quote, find another career or another company if she were harassed in the workplace. and eric trump called ivanka a powerful woman who would never let herself being harassed by a boss. both of those rising eyebrows. wait a minute, it's a woman's responsibility to take herself out of that situation, it's not the company's responsibility? >> that's right. ready or not, the olympic torch arrives in rio today. two days from the beginning of the olympics. we go live there -- next.
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in just a few hours, the olympic torch will arrive at its final destination in the rio de janeiro site of the 2016 games. the torch is expected to reach the gate in the next two days leading up to the games. that's on friday. cnn's cristina mcfarland is live for us in brazil where it's still predawn. good morning, christina. >> reporter: good morning, christine. amidst all the buildup, all the hype, all the problems leading up to this olympic games. finally the first event gets underway. and it will be the women's soccer matches that we'll see.
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sweden against south africa. and later in the day, will be the reigning world cover up champions and the olympic gold medalist, the usa against new zealand. the organizers themselves are very keen for these sports to get under way. i mentioned all of the problems in the buildup, zika, of course, the russian doping scandal, polluted waters. and even today as the torch is making its way to rio, it's been stopped by protesters for the third time on its journey here. for the third time someone has tried to extinguish the torch. so, i think as i say, everyone here, all of the organizers very happy for these sports to get under way so they can shift focus to the more positive aspects of the game. >> christina in rio, thank you for that. >> usa versus new zealand, we're taking them down, taking the kiwis down. developing news this morning, north korea has
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reportedly lost a ballistic missile in the japanese waters. japan's prime minister calls this a grave result for the country. the president obama administration secretly sent $400 million in cash to tehran, the same time as prisoner was released. u.s. officials denied the money was linked to the release of those prisoners but did say iranian negotiators involved in the exchange wanted cash to show they gained something tangible. big campaign news overnight. staffers inside the trump campaign whispering to cnn reporters that there is turmoil. upheaval, that they're trust freighted with their candidate. what does this all mean? that's next.
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what on earth won't overnight? donald trump now refusing to endorse fellow republicans, including paul ryan, as sources reveal mounting frustration from staffers, key staffers, inside the trump campaign. and a new prominent republican ceo backing hillary clinton. as her campaign rakes in a record fund-raising. new cases of the zika virus in florida. mosquitos now spreading zika to new parts of that state. welcome back to "early start," everyone. i'm john berman. >> a lot going on while you were sleeping, i'm christine romans, 4:31 this morning. donald trump's staff said to be getting frustrated as the battle gets sidetracked.
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reports say staffers, quote, appear to be wasting their time. it started after trump's fight with the parents of the american army captain. this morning, trump is refusing to endorse house speaker paul ryan and his house campaign. 's actually heaping praise on ryan's underdog opponent. and that with criticism of john mccain. that on top of other high profile republicans saying flat out they will vote for hillary clinton. cnn's ajason carroll has the latest. >> reporter: this is really a stunning development, we'll have to see how this plays out over the gop land scape. donald trump saying in an interview with "the washington post" that he's not ready to endorse house speaker paul ryan in his upcoming primary election. trump saying i like paul but these are horrible times for our country. we need very strong leadership.
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we need very, very strong leadership. and i'm not not quite there yet. i'm not quite there yet." that's pretty much the language that ryan used to endorse trump. trump saying mccain is not doing a good job for the vets. and i always felt he should do a better job for the vets. so i've had a difficult time with john for that reason because our vets are not being treated properly. trump did not stop there, he also took aim at senator kelly ayotte calling her a weak and disloyal leader in in that. trump involved in another controversy, this after he talked about a purple heart recipient at his rally yesterday in virginia. >> something very nice just happened to me. a man came up to me, and he handed me his purple heart. now, i said to him -- i said to
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him, is that like the real one? or is that a copy? and he said, that's my real purple heart. i have such confidence in you. and i said, man, that's like -- that's like big stuff. i always wanted to get the purple heart. this was much easier. >> reporter: trump already under fire for comments he made about the family of a slain muslim u.s. soldier humayun khan, trump telling a reporter locally yesterday he has no regrets about anything he said about khan's family. both ryan and mccain did release statement it's defending the khan family. it should also be noted that chris christie also spoke out in defense of the khan family. clearly, this is something that so far has not set well with trump. >> all right. that was jason carroll, i want to talk more about what's going on in the last 24 hours, but the last six hours in the trump
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campaign. joining us, brian seltzer host of snrch live. good morning. from sources inside the campaign, there's turmoil, there's staffers besides themselves. they do not feel that trump is listening and what he is doing is self-destructive. and just to review what has happened since the republican convention, in the last ten hour, donald trump refusing to endorse paul ryan and john mccain. he's in a feud with the american soldier's parents. and saying secretaried women should quit job if sexually harassed. and that rush is in the ukraine. and then called on russia to hack hillary clinton's e-mails. >> dough went have groom on the graphics for this. this campaign is leaking like a sieve in a way we haven't seen
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before. there have been other areas of turmoil in the past. we've seen people hired and then fired very quickly. but this seems very different. it's going all the way to the top, even to manafort being frustrated with trump's behavior. for the last year, we always wondered how much of this is strategic and how much is unintentional. we know in "the washington post" interview, he trofd support or endorse paul ryan. that was conscious, he actually asked the reporter to come back around to that question to emphasize the point. that was a strategic choice. saying i'm not quite ready to support or endorse paul ryan in this primary. by the way, that's almost the same line that paul ryan a couple months ago when he said he wasn't ready to endorse donald trump. i'm not quite there yet. >> he's now backing republicans. now you have prom meant republicans becoming hillary
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clinton. you've got sally bradshaw. a close tied-in bush aide. meg whitman the ceo of hewlett-packard. who has actually ran for governor in california as a republican. what she has to say, she just lets loose on donald trump. what does this mean, republicans for hillary clinton? >> we heard about this organization months ago. rank and file, especially among women republicans. now, it's starting to reach the top. we're having a trickle-up effect where we're seeing more prominent republicans starting to say these things. meg whitman is not going to be the last. it's who's going to be the next? we're seeing intentional series of announcements by prominent republicans continuing to reach the higher tier. >> a piece in "the new york times" would suggest there are rumblings in the republican world that bigger names could come out and say i'm voting for
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hillary clinton. so far it hasn't happened, the mass wave that people thought with the judge, it hasn't happened. when you see sally bradshaw, maria carmela and meg whitman. reince priebus has spoken to donald trump several times this week, expressing the concern that sis is serious. >> perhaps, you don't know when a campaign has collapsed until after it's collapsed. you don't want to know that a party is broken down and reborn until it's been reborn. we might be at that moment where we look back and say this was the differencemaker. the khan family speaking out for days on end. and donald trump responding in insensitive twhas was the differencemaker. after a year's worth of controversies that didn't seem to hurt donald trump. >> he's been on television all the way through to anderson cooper. spoke with him last night, now he's done.
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>> as he was taking his makeup off, he said i'm done with tv interviews. he said he said what he needs to say on behalf of his son. we continue to be attacked on the trump side. i don't want to have any part of it, i want to maintain my dignity. for now, he's heading home. he's going to arlington national cemetery to see his son's grave site and then he's heading home. he's encouraging people to vote. he said he's very proud that that constitution, he pulled it out of the his pocket is now selling like hotcakes on amazon. he's done with tv interviews. perhaps a mission accomplished healing for him that his message was so loudly heard by the country. >> when donald trump was asked about his back and forth with can khizr khan, trump was asked if he regrets being dragged into it. listen to what donald trump told
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a local affiliate. >> even if you're certain that you're right and they're wrong are, do you regret the statements? >> i said nice things about the son, of course, i was hit very hard from the stage, just one of those things. no, i don't regret anything. >> of all the answers that the campaign staff wanted to hear and that the rnc wanted to hear, that was not the answer. they would have liked to see some sort of acknowledgement or some sort of throwback. but we've never seen that from donald trump, so why would he start now? >> so fascinating. the whole thing is fascinating. you think the khan factor is over. somebody came up to him and said, wow, i've always wanted a purple heart. this is an easy way to get one. vets are upset about that? >> yes, particularly with mr. khan, seems to me he's withdrawn. he's going to let his comments
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speak for themselves. there are many others, for donald trump, besides this family's testimony, we've seen where he's reached in the campaign and places like that. it would seem, though, what is it that is so appealing about donald trump to his many supporters, is that he never backs down from a fight. it's that when he's challenged he fights back, punches back, he's even tougher than ever. you saw that on the reality show "the apprentice." in some ways it's the ultimate reality show for donald trump. >> the number 97, 97 days to the election which say long time. >> it's a long time. >> if we know anything about a reality star, there's always a twist or two or three or four twists to come. >> brian seltzer, thank you very much. time for "your money." donald trump said he pulled as many out of the stock market and warns of very scary scenarios
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ahead for investors. he made those remarks on fox business network. so is that sound business advise for your money? the dow is on a streak. a recent drop in oil prices plus a string of record highs. record he's over the past two weeks have investors feeling, i don't know, a little skittish. and goldman sachs warned investors to stay out of stocks for the next three months. >> what! >> july was on fire, right? the bull market, since march 2009, the second longest ever. the s&p 500 is up more than 200% perhaps the bull market since march 2009. stocks have overcome big shocks in europe. broken china, a crash in oil prices, along with a lot of other big market movers. anytime you would bet against the stock market over the past seven years, you've lost. some see that as a reason to get out now. if you've had such a long run. bottom line, diversify if you
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have a strategy based on your needs, boring, boring, boring. zika virus coming in new areas around miami. there is growing concern, unprecedented health warnings already issued. we'll have the latest -- next. 123450 be the you who doesn't cover your moderate to severe plaque psoriasis. be the you who shows up in that dress. 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.
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health officials confirm a new case of the zika in south florida. this brings the number of infections to local mosquitos to 15. local mosquitos, again, people caught it in florida. the latest case is outside of the miami-dade county neighborhood where active transmission has been identified. the health department will begin spraying in a ten-mile area to contain the virus but there is concern about how effective this might be.
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>> reporter: the florida governor and cdc both say to expect more cases of the zika virus to be locally transmitted in miami. part of the issue according to the cdc that mosquitos in this area may be resistant to the insecticides that are being sprayed by health officials. here in wynwood, just north of downtown miami, reaction is mixed even among those who should be most concerned pregnant women. >> we did go on vacation, we did go to the caribbean just so i wouldn't get exposed to them. i mean i live here, so i'm not going to stop living my life. >> i wasn't aware of it jumping to 14. i know this is ground zero of the initial four cases. >> it's completely nerve-racking. it's scary. i don't know what to say about it. it's just -- i don't know what to do. >> reporter: in an interview with the director of the cdc, dr. tom frieden, i was told that
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area is not effective there for the virus. some of the cases were discovered in random door-to-door surveys. the cdc has a team here and expect to continue the survey it's in days ahead. the delaware supreme court declaring the state's death penalty law unconstitutional. the judge ruled that judges and juries are given too large a rule with death sentences and violates the u.s. supreme court. the state can appeal the decision but legal experts say that's unlikely. capital punishment has been ball lished in 18 other states. authorities in california are investigating the deadly crash of a charter bus that went off the highway into a sign post. five people were killed and more than a dozen others injured. the pole sliced the bus nearly in half. crews were unable to speak to the driver because of the injuries. the bus has been cited for seven
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cases over the years. officials are blaming an illegal campfire for setting off a deadly wildfire. authorities say the fire was apparently built around july 22nd and then abandoned. the person or persons responsible for the blaze could face criminal and civil penalties. the flames scorched more than 43,000 acres of land in the big sur area. a bulldoze are drive died in the fire and 57 homes were destroyed. and the storms for the southwest and meteorologist pedram javaheri has more. >> john and christine, lower temperatures in store. and we have active weather across the plains. some monsoonal temperatures helping with the drought situation, the fire threat across parts of new mexico and on into arizona. if you look at this, 6 million people in a flood watch zone. in the mephoenix metro area,
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unfortunately, drier there, and the rainfall will help the firefighters across that region. and in the gulf or caribbean, where we have earl sitting in place. forecast to become potentially a weak category 1 hurricane. making landfall around belize thursday morning. again, not going to be a main player. maybe isolated storms in southern texas. high pressure setting up shop across the north gulf. as it does, temperatures want to warm up dramatically. jackson, little rock will be in upper 90s. low 100s for the forecast. one of the nation's largest health insurers could be bailing on obamacare. and it's not alone. we get an "early start" on "your money" next. everybody's a veggie lover now. what do you think? (mind-blowing sound) mind blown. bird's eye flavor full. so veggie good. and i quit smoking with i'm chantix.
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just a few hours, the torch
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will arrive at its final destination in rio de janeiro the site of the 2016 summer games. the torch is expected to circulate over the next two days leading up to the opening ceremony that is friday night. the first olympic events actually begin today. cnn's christina macfarlane is live in brazil with the latest. good morning, christina. >> reporter: good morning. yes, all the hype, all the buildup to set the olympic games and finally, the sports begins today. what we're going to see today is the women's football. the group status indeed to get under way. the first match, the kickoff will be sweden against south africa. and later in the day, you're going to see the reigning world champi champions, the usa take on new zealand. football the only event taking place across the country making use of those venues set up for the 2014 world cup. i can tell you, the organizers are going to be very keen to
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shift the focus to the sport. because this has been an olympic dominated by bad press like none other. over the zika virus, we've seen a rock in the world's top sports including the top four golfers in the world. and pollution in the bay areas and that could be an issue when the sailing and water events get under way on monday. even though the organizers say that the water is at an internationally acceptable level. just in the past 24 hours, you mentioned the olympic torch making its way here, well, that has been hit by protesters attempting to slow down for the third time on its journey. everyone looking for the sports to get under way and perhaps a bit of fun to be had as well. big days and days ahead there, thanks so much. big day for "your money" today. the dow is amid a quiet seven-day losing streak. and we could have more losses with the open. stock markets in europe are
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lower. asian stock markets are falling overnight, despite a big stimulus announced in japan. oil's drop is behind the losses. this story really caught my attention. job seekers in massachusetts will no longer have to divulge their salary history for perspective employers during an interview. this new law is ending a gender pay gap making it illegal in the state to base a job on gender. and aim protects family leave and salary questions. and it begins next year, and it allows workers to openly discuss their salaries without retaliation from their employer. one of the largest health insurance companies is reconsidering its participation in obamacare, aetna is cancelling plans to expand in five states.
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it blames its challenges on public exchanges. one main reason. and it operates in 15 states and expects to lose $300 billion on that business this year. other health care giants including united, humana and others are scaling back their obamacare insurance as well. the new people coming in on these exchanges are sicker and consuming more health care than they thought which raises the concern. "early start" continues right now. they feel like they're wasting their time. that word from trump staffers telling cnn there is growing frustration in the campaign and with their candidate for the things he keeps on saying. hillary clinton with that prominent new republican
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endorsement and a record month in fund raising. the zika virus now spreading in a different florida neighborhood. good morning, welcome to "early start." i'm john berman. >> and i'm christine romans. it's 5:00 a.m. in the east. donald trump's campaign staff said to be increasingly frustrated as their club gets frustrated over it. campaign staffers, quote, feel like they're wasting their time. feel like they're wasting their time. among them campaign manager paul manafort. his fight includes the fight with american soldier family. and he praised ryan's underdog opponent, is this on top of new criticism by trump of senator john mccain. and that on top of other high profile republicans coming out overnight

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