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as you can. excellent. "early start" continues right now. >> the gop reaching a new level of panic over donald trump upset that their party's nominee tends to go off message far too often. trump's reaction to the criticism and new advice. and hillary clinton campaigning through the swing states. blasting donald trump for his foreign-made products. a deadly attack in london. a man with a knife stabbing six people in a popular shopping districts. was it terrorism? good morning. welcome to "early start." i'm christine romans. >> i'm george howell. it is thursday, august 4th. 5:00 a.m. on the east coast. there is said to be frustration with republican leaders upset and disappointed with their presidential candidate. inside the trump campaign, staffers are baffled over how to keep trump on message and out of trouble. sources reveal the campaign has
reached out to chris christie and newt gingrich and several other trump advisors looking for anyone to keep their nominee on the rails. >> what's trul truly frustratine is you have a successful businessman who could be historical. he needs to say he is only fighting with hillary clinton and president obama. other than those two people, every time he talks about anyone else. it is an unforced fumble, if you like, or interception as i would have said. it is clearly a mistake. >> one adviser tells cnn trump seemed surprised by the negative public reaction to his battle with the gold star muslim-american family. he is taking advice for the time being reaching out to other gold
star families at a rally. >> we let isis take this position. it was hillary clinton that she should get an award from them as the founder of isis. that's what it was. that's what it was. her weakness. her weak policies. america's been, again, it's been humiliated in so many ways. wouldn't that be embarrassing to lose to crooked hillary clinton? >> cnn's jim acosta is with the trump campaign and has the latest from florida. >> reporter: george and christine, after a string of damaging days for the campaign, trump tried to do damage control at the rallies in the swing state at florida at the rally in jacksonville. he met with six gold star families to express appreciation for the sacrifices they made.
that is as close as trump came to an apology after the confrontation with the muslim-american family. >> speaking of our best, people, we visited with some incredible folks. i have no idea where they are sitting. i know they have a good location. some really amazing gold star families. where are they? where are they? where are they sitting? oh, you're one. beautiful. where are they? there they are. incredible people. incredible people. we have amazing people in our country. we have amazing leaders. >> reporter: trump only briefly addressed the issues in the
campaign after staffers weres from frustrated over his ability to go off message. trump told the crowd in florida that his campaign is united. george and christine. >> thank you, jim. donald trump took in $80 million in july. it helped close the gap between hillary clinton. $80 million is an uptick from the june tally. the nominee is struggling to collect from the top donors. an area where hillary clinton dominates. trump's campaign raised $16 million big ticket fund raising events. 80% of july funds came from digital and direct mail. all told, the campaign has $37 million cash on hand. you know, that is closer, but trails clinton's campaign by $20
million. >> there is a lot to talk about. to break down what we are seeing, let's bring in best selling author ellis henican and brian stelter. >> good morning. >> let's talk about the trump campaign. donald trump, if you hear his view, his campaign is united. we are hearing from sources there are divisions. let's listen to donald trump first sdplchlt. >> i just want to tell you the campaign is doing really well. it has never been so well united. we started on june 16th. i would say it is the best in terms of being united that it has been since we began. we are doing incredibly well. >> trump says it is united. if you hear what sources are saying, not so much. if you look at this recent poll, guys, from fox news, this poll
shows right now hillary clinton is in the lead by some ten points over donald trump. what do we make over all this? >> it is such an issue, that his friends are talking about an intervention. let's imagine this. we are all in the room with donald in the somber tone. >> do you? >> i do not. what do we tell donald to do? not be trump? it is hard to imagine if he were agreeable. what you would want him to do. >> it has worked for the past 14 months. no holds barred. to express himself and have the fiery reaction from the podium. it has worked so well. we know the result, one of the results, is the unfavorable numbers. poll after poll after poll. how he tries to change the numbers by a couple of points is what the election is about. >> we are seeing an intervention. it is newt gingrich on fox news saying what he needs to do is
talk about barack obama and hillary clinton. not about himself. keep the focus on those two targets. that is the intervention we're seeing. >> there is a sense he is still not listening. you heard the tone of the rhetoric. it wasn't exactly that calm. still sounded like the same old donald to me. the two sons, eric and donald jr., they are off hunting. i don't think they brought their cell phones. >> "the washington post" has softened his tone. he downgraded hillary clinton from the devil to the founder of isis. >> yes. >> let's talk about the bloomberg news report. that is not that surprising given the drip, drip, drip of some republicans slowly moving over to the clinton camp. there is a report from bloomberg what has until now been natural. they will actually try to target these defectors and poach def t
defect defectors. a congress member from illinois. let's listen to his support of hillary clinton. >> i'm saying for me personally, how can i support that because he has crossed so many red lines that a commander in chief or candidate for commander in chief should never cross. i don't see how i get to donald trump anymore. >> he is not on clinton yet. i should be clear. he is anti-trump. >> and others like him. saying they cannot support donald trump. what is notable about the bloomberg story is clinton seeking republican support. the campaign is creating a way to come out and say i'm republican and i'm for hillary. we have seen this from the bottom from the grassroots. now we are seeing it closer to the top. the campaign is seeking more of the people. especially after labor day. it makes sense. they are leaning into the opportunity. i think one of the most notable things happening this week, as trump is releasing $80 million
in july fund raising, a number of fund-raisers coming out on the record expressing concerns about his candidacy. i'll read you a quote from the buzz story feed. i go to bed at night hoping i wake up and this will all be a bad dream. those comments on the record that must be getting trump's attention. >> guys, i want to get your thoughts on the division. the division is the big word today. the division at the top of the ticket between donald trump and his vp over paul ryan. mike pence is endorsing paul ryan. trump is not. let's listen to what mike pence had to say. >> i'm strongly supporting paul ryan. strongly endorse his re-election. he is a long-time friend and strong conservative leader. i believe we need paul ryan in leadership in the congress of the united states. >> have you seen that? the top of the ticket is not
endorsing and the vp is. >> he is in a mop-up role. it is not an attack dog role. he is trying to clean up the messags as we go along. i got a laugh from donald trump that i'm not there yet. echoing what paul ryan said earlier. so far, pence is doing well. >> we saw pictures of paul ryan and his challenger. he actually praised the challenger to paul ryan. it is not just he is not there yet. he is not there and i like the guy running against you. >> what does this mean next tuesday? paul ryan, by all accounts, is leading and going to win. what does it mean for trump to not quite backed paul ryan and praise his opponent. >> what does it mean with reince priebus and donald trump? >> oh, poor reince. i think he is in an impossible
position. >> is it musings within the republican party that what if donald trump doesn't follow through? is that somebody's crazy inside conspiracy theory? >> i heard this yesterday. are we really talking about the idea donald trump would withdraw cana candidacy? it has been out there. the fact it is even discussed probably speaks volumes about what we're seeing in terms of a possible break up with the republican party. >> you don't think it could happen? >> i don't see any scenario where there is a coup to get rid of him in practical terms. if he wanted to, maybe. he has given excuses about a potential defeat, right? rigged election. it's already rigged. i don't know. >> we have a long time to go until november, boys. a long time to go. thanks, guys. >> so unpredictable. we're following a terror
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earliest moments police acknowledged the terrorism was a line of inquiry. one had to be followed because of the scene that took place on the foot path behind me. this is where the 19-year-old man ran around with a knife stabbing six people. one of them, a woman in her 60s, this is where she fell and died behind us as well. two others still in hospital being treated for injuries. the police got here quickly. they used a taser to subdue the man. he received medical treatment. he is still held in police custody. he is being held on suspicion of murder. not a terror charge. we are told homicide police are leading the investigation. supported by anti-terror police. anti-terror police are not guiding the investigation. police are now saying they believe mental health will play a significant part in the inquiries that follow from here. they are still be open minded they say about what the potential motive could have been. whatever the motive, it was
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i'm fighting with barack obama and hillary clinton. you have to win the argument of whether or not this is good. other than those two people, every time he talks about anyone else it is an unforced fumble, if you like, or interception, as i would have said. it is clearly a mistake. >> one adviser telling cnn that trump himself seemed surprised by the public negative reaction by the battle with the gold star muslim-american family. now he is heeding advice for now reaching out to other gold star families and turning his fire back on hillary clinton. >> we let isis take this position. it was hillary clinton that she should get an award for them as the founder of isis. that's what it was. that's what it was. her weakness. her weak policies.
america's been, again, been humiliated in so many different ways. wouldn't that be embarrassing to lose to crooked hillary clinton? that would be terrible. >> cnn's jim acosta is with the trump campaign in florida with the latest. >> reporter: george and christine, after a string of damaging days for the campaign, donald trump tried to do damage control at the rallies in florida at the rally in jacksonville, trump said he met with six gold star families to express his appreciation for the sacrifices he made. that is as close as an apology after the confrontation with the muslim-american family. >> speaking of our best, people, we have and i just visited with some incredible folks. i have no idea where they are sitting, but i know they have a good location. some really amazing gold star
families. where are they? where are they? where are they sitting? oh, you're one. beautiful. where are they? there they are. incredible people. incredible people. we have amazing people in our country. we have amazing leaders. >> reporter: trump briefly addressed the questions about the state of his campaign after sources said privately that staffers are frustrated by the candidate's tendency to go off message. his recent comments that he is not ready to endorse paul ryan. trump told the rally in florida his campaign is united. >> thank you, jim. let's breakdown what some are
calling a breakdown. is it unified? best selling author ellis henican is here and we have brian stelter here with us. host of "reliable sources." earlier this week, he used a devil metaphor and now saying she is the founder of isis. >> this is the talking point he had for months. we should point out that others have said it is false. hillary clinton is not responsible for the creation of isis. the roots of isis go back more than a decade and you cannot pin it on clinton. it is a complicated story. read the story. obviously he believes this is an effective talking point on the trail. you hear how the crowd reacts. >> we heard at the top of the newscast talk how donald trump said the party is united. we are hearing from sources that
may not be the case. let's listen to what donald trump is telling his supporters. >> i want to tell you the campaign is doing really well. it has never been so well united. we started on june 16th. i would say right now, it is the best in terms of being united that it's been since we began. we're doing incredibly well. >> we're hearing the drip, drip, drip of people not happy within the campaign and we are seeing republicans now moving to the other side. >> george, it is like baghdad bob back in the iraq war. no, that campaign is not united. i understand there are not many good answers to that question. until he can stay on message, and i don't mean for five minutes or one speech, but really focus on this in an ongoing way. he will never been united. >> does he look to be out of
touch with the heart beat of his campaign? >> maybe he is uniting democrats and republicans against him? i'm being snarky on purpose. we heard from congress members who will not support trump. will that trickle turn into a torrent? is it a low level? >> there was a republican congress member from illinois who will not back trump in the situation room. let's listen to that. >> i'm saying for me personally, how can i support that because he has crossed so many red lines that a commander in chief or candidate for commander in chief should never cross. i don't see how i can get to donald trump anymore. >> there is the i can't vote for donald trump and there's the i'm a republican. i can't vote for trump and i'm going to move to hillary clinton. we saw meg whitman and sally
bradshaw. look at all these people who are republicans for hillary clinton. this morning, bloomberg news is reporting there is actually -- the democrats want to have an infrastructure to poach a framework for republicans to come over. >> it is still a short list of serious republicans who are supporting hillary. it is 50% is good for the hillary campaign when a republican who normally would vote republican doesn't vote at all or votes for one of the third party candidates. if you stack up enough of those, it has a huge impact. >> second cnn libertarian town hall with gary johnson and william weld. and we have a green party town hall later with jill stein. they are getting exposure now. they are polling at 10%. >> let's follow-up. you had the khan controversy this week that really made well for the clinton's, many thought.
hillary clinton was able to sit back and let that unfold. if donald trump gets this behind him, is this, you know, hillary clinton campaigning about trump's ties. is that going to resonate? you know, is that going to be enough for her to stay on top? >> you know as a policy matter, i suspect not. increasingly this is the discussion of character and fitness. if you are able to take an issue like that and turn it into a character and trustworthiness issue, it might have some impact. >> interesting. it will be interesting to see how it plays out. i want to talk about the division we're seeing between the presidential candidate and his vice presidential pick. mike pence will be endorsing paul ryan. donald trump has not so far. let's listen to what mike pence had to say. >> i'm strongly supporting paul ryan. endorse his re-election. he is a long-time friend and strong conservative leader.
i believe we need paul ryan in leadership in congress in the united states. >> what are the optics of that? you have the top of the ticket saying no. the vp saying i'll clean up the mess. i don't get it. >> you hear "the new york times" saying this is unheard of to see the running mate break with the top of the ticket. >> and i have six other newspapers. >> compared to so many others, it is hard to be too shocked by it. okay. there you go. >> i'm shocked by nothing anymore. >> we are being desensitized to some of the noise. >> let me speak for myself. i'm hugely desensitized at this point. >> you don't like the ticket and say this are schizophrenic. they are two strong people. >> don't be a hack. >> okay. ellis and brian, thank you so much. time for an early start on your money. stocks right now around the world are higher. u.s. stocks snapped a seven-day
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knif knife-wielding rampage. one woman is dead and five wounded. we have cnn's phil black with the latest from london. >> reporter: not ruling out terrorism, but not likely saying it is either. in the early moments of the attack, the police were looking at terrorism here. it was all over in a few violent moments. this is where the 19-year-old ran around with a knife attacking people with a knife. a woman in her 60s fell and died as a result of those injuries. we spoke to one man who was here moments after the attack. he says the woman was stabbed in the back and he watched her collapse. as the night progressed, the police language has changed somewhat. they made it clear they are dealing with someone suffering from mental health issues. they believe that is the core line of inquiry they are
following. they are still keeping an open mind with the motive behind the clearly terrifying between when this started and when the police arrived, just moments later, using a taser to put this person down and he is in custody and held on suspicion of murder, we are told. not a terror charge. the authorities here acknowledge this is a city on edge as all big europe cities are because of the terror strikes taking place across the european continent. that is why there are more specially trained police on the streets of london today to reassure people as they go about their lives, george. >> a great deal of concern on the streets of london this morning. our international correspondent phil black. thank you. in florida's miami-dade county, aerial spraying is set
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♪olympics 2016, let me get you on my level. ♪ so you never miss a moment, ♪ ♪miss a minute, miss a medal. ♪ ♪ why settle when you can have it all? ♪ ♪soccer to wrestling. track and field to basketball. ♪ fencing to cycling. diving to balance beam. ♪ ♪all you have to sa♪ ♪ is, "show me," and boom it's on the screen♪ ♪ from the bottom of the mat, ♪ ♪ to the couch where you at? ♪ ♪ show me the latest medal count♪ ♪xfinity's where it's at. ♪ welcome to it all. comcast nbcuniversal is proud to bring you coverage of the rio olympic games. the countdown to the rio olympics is almost over. the opening ceremonies set to start tomorrow night. it appears many russian athletes may witness the lighting of the olympic cauldron from the stands. they could be banned from the
competition due to doping. cnn's christina mcfarlane is following the story from rio. christina, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, george. incredible to think 200 athletes here in rio who don't know if they will take part of the opening ceremony or the games in 24 hours time. the reason for the delay, george, the reason we are in the situation is down to a three-part process that has been unfolding over the past ten hours. let's talk you through it. the sports governing bodies have been ruling on the eligibility of the athletes. those who have been deemed ineligible have had the chance to apply to the court of arbitration for sport. they have the chance to overturn that ban. in the past, we have seen some rowers deemed ineligible. one has had his overturned. once this is done, the russians
need to go to a three-person panel to the ioc to get a rubber stamp approval to compete. all of the athletes competing in rio are concerned because it is an issue for the medal count. let's hope it doesn't overshadow the opening ceremony tomorrow night. 6,000 volunteers will take part in that. some $60 million have been spent. it is set to be a spectacle. >> christina mcfarlane, thank you. stocks with a seven day losing streak due to crude oil. now things are looking brighter. world stocks are higher.
looking at individual stocks, time warner, parent of cnn, jumped 2% with the addition of hulu which is an online pay tv service which will include time content. and investors in tesla is concerned as well with the slow moves in the stocks. and many customers upgraded to the chip credit cards. the chip is supposed to make the cards impossible to counterfeit. thieves can rewrite the magnetic strip to appear chipless. how can you protect yourself? shops should fully encrypt every transaction even with a chip. to the millennial news. most fear they will not save enough for retirement. join the club. a new survey by wells fargo found 2/3 of working millennials
will never accumulate $1 million in savings. a common nest egg. 6 in 10 said they were only saving. you cannot save for retirement if you are not saving. a lot of people were not putting money away because they did not make enough money and they are paying off student loans. >> you have to start. >> you just have to start. donald trump is insisting his campaign is more united than ever, but many are asking is it really? "new day" starts right now. >> every time he talks, it's clearly a mistake. >> those people that knocked down the world trade center under the trump policy would not have been here. >> he has crossed so many red lines. >> the campaign is doing really well. it's never been so well united. >> the clinton machine may not like it, but we're prepared for the figefight.
>> anyone who can be provoked by a tweet should not be near nuclear weapons. >> what comes to my mind is screw loose. >> at the same time four hostages were released. >> it is against the policy of the united states. >> two more have been kidnapped since then. where will it end? >> this is "new day" with chris cuomo and alisyn camerota. >> good morning. welcome to "new day." it is thursday, august 4th. 6:00 in the east. chris cuomo is off this morning. thank goodness john berman is filling in. >> i thought you were saying chris is off this morning. be careful. he may be watching. >> john's here instead. up first, donald trump says his campaign is more united than ever. this despite party leaders and senior members of his team were frustrated with his behavior and series of misstep. >> trump back on the campaign trail touting a big fund raising
haul in july. he is closing the gap with the hillary clinton fund raising machine. all this as a new national poll shows hillary clinton expanding her lead over trump. now ten points in a two-way match up. let's phil mattingly joins us here in new york. >> reporter: good morning, john. solid fundraising numbers. a series of stories about hillary clinton that trump advisers feel like they can take advantage of. now if only they can just keep their candidate on message. >> the campaign is doing really well. it's never been so well united. >> reporter: donald trump pledging unprecedented unity within his campaign after days of turmoil. >> i would say right now it's the best in terms of being united that it's been since we began. >> reporter: it's a message echoed by his top advisers, at least publicly, who tell cnn trump's team