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iraq. we were going destabilize the middle east. i said it. i was a civilian. nobody cares. we should have never been in the there. they made a mistake. we should have never ended it the way they ended it. by ending it the way he ended it and he got everybody out and he let them know when and we're leaving and they just sat back -- they just sat back and they went in. >> reporter: before trump started addressing the crowd, an incident in the venue. three men holding up a c confederate flag and refusing to take it down. eventually staffers and officials convinced the men to take the flag down. so far, no reaction from the trump campaign. alison. thank you, jim. let's talk about the chat now where reince priebus reportedly warned trump about the damage he can inflict on down-ballot
candidates. 75 of them signing a new letter urging the party to shift away from the candidate. trump says such a shift never came up in his talk with the party chairman. >> i'm funding. i'm raising the money. other people are getting to use the money raised. i'm the one raising the money for them. right now, i'm in orlando and going to a fund-raiser for the republican party. if they want to do that, they can save me a lot of time. >> sources familiar with the call tell cnn priebus never threatened to shift party resources and that it is too early to make that decision. those sources say priebus did underscore the need for trump to take criticism from republicans without lashing back. priebus reportedly telling trump those candidates may need to put daylight between themselves and the top of the ticket.
that is just the way politics works. trump adding nine members to his economic advisory council. eight of them women just a week after he faced harsh criticism for unveiling an all-male economic panel. the announcement just as clinton took the podium in detroit to deliver her economic address. the speech is light on policy proposals. it is more likely a rebuttal to trump's speech. this as the source tells cnn that clinton and running mate tim kaine will increase pressure on trump to release his taxes because they will release their own returns. jeff zeleny has the latest. >> reporter: ryan and alison, hillary clinton calling on trump to release his tax returns. something he has refused to do. of course, he is the only
presidential nominee since nixon to not release returns. i'm told by campaign aides she could release hers today. that makes a library of 38 years of tax returns the clintons have filed. the average tax rate is round 38%. we will find out later today what her tax return rate was in 2015. tim kaine is scheduled to release ten years of returns. the clinton campaign wants to keep pressure on donald trump to release returns or highlight the fact that he is not. it is all part of argument to paint him as a wealthy man in it for himself. part of the campaign message she made thursday in michigan. >> now compare what trump says. there is a myth out there that he will stick it to the rich and powerful because somehow he's really on the side of the little
guy. don't believe it. >> reporter: that is the central part of hillary clinton's message trying to point out to working class americans she would be a better fighter for them. trump, she says, is in it for himself and the wealthy. >> thank you, jeff. clinton critics were not only ones asking questions. cnn learned fbi officials wanted to open an investigation into whether there was a criminal conflict of interest. a u.s. official said they met after a bank reported ususpicios activity after a donation from a foreign entity. there was insufficient evidence to launch a probe. at this year's meeting, the doj declined to open an investigation. the fbi justice department and clinton foundation declined to
comment. a lot to talk about when it comes to politics. joining us to break it down, let's go to tal kopen live in the washington bureau. thanks for getting up early for us. you look at what donald trump is doing. calling president obama the founder of isis. he dug in on the hewitt radio show. i want to play the clip and get your reaction. >> last night, you said the president was the founder of isis. i know what you meant. >> he is the founder of isis. i do. he is the most valuable player. i give him the most valuable player award. i give her, too. >> he hates them. he is trying to kill them. >> he was the founder. >> there is a stream, daily stream of loose talk from donald trump coming out. it is not helping his poll numbers. do you think he is taking a step back and saying this is not
helping me much? >> do you mean in the last 24 hours? this is an indication that all the conversations that have been hoisted upon him to the point where there has been stumble after stumble and folks are saying we are impressing upon him the importance of words. this is yesterday morning. in the last 24 hours, it is possible he had a major turn around. it is clear at this point that donald trump has a plan for what he wants to do in this election. it is to be donald trump. it is remarkable. you heard hewitt say in trying to help him. i know what you mean. you were speaking metaphorically. and donald trump was steadfast. >> quickly. i have to know, do you think his campaign okayed this kind of talk ahead of time? >> it is really hard to say. he has repeated it several times since. there is no indication that the
campaign has told him don't ever say this again. it has become a staple. sometimes we see donald trump double down on things that are questionable and use them more. it is possible we will see this a bit going forward. >> it is also interesting about donald trump. obviously his rhetoric is pretty loose in the campaign, but it has been loose before he was a presidential candidate. this takes us back to the criticism of pulling out of iraq too soon and what he said back in 2007. listen to what he told wolf blitzer back then. >> how does the united states get out of this situation? >> how do they get out? they get out. that's how they get out. declare victory and leave because i'll tell you, this country is just going to get further bogged down. they're in a civil war, wolf. there is not we will do with a civil war. they are in a major civil war. >> tal, isn't this a direct
opposite of with a he is sayiha today? >> we haven't heard an explicit reaction to this specific comment. in the past, we heard him explain away all kinds of things. he makes the familiar talking point that he opposed the invasion of the war in iraq. there is a clip on howard stern before the invasion saying he was in favor of it. over and over, we have seen donald trump rewriting his past statements and claiming what he wants to on the trail about where he stood. you know what? the fact his supporters have not punished him for it -- yes, his numbers are not where they need to be and he has yet to show he can win the majority. the core supporters have been willing to go along with him for the ride. it is unclear if he will lose the support he already has for
things like this where it might hurt him is trying to pick up and gain ground with hillary clinton. >> the rnc, republicans growing nervous as they listen to donald trump have these loose comments. listen to how trump talks about it as he is fund raising for the party. >> i'm the one that's funding. i'm the one raising the money. other people are getting to use the money i raised. all i have to do is stop funding the republican party. i'm raising the money. i'm in orlando going to a fund-raiser for the republican party. if they want to do that, they can save me a lot of time. >> he just doesn't care, does he? >> ever the negotiator. there are some who think that this story that came out about the rnc potentially weighing and cutting off resources to trump. some think that was intentionally put out there as a narrative to get him back in line. if that is the case, this is
donald trump's push back on that and using, through the media, to put leverage right back. you know what? right now, i am the money maker. if you want to do something like that, you will cut off the stream. we reported the narrative out there wasn't as confrontational as reported. the idea that there might be a return to the '96 strategy of bob dole, that is something i reported donors were talking about in may. this has been out there for a while and we are seeing negotiating through the media. >> this demonstrates how intertwined they are with the candidate. he is raising a lot of money for him. cutting him off is not in their best interests. >> tal, thank you. hillary clinton sounded like donald trump talking about trade in her big economic speech yesterday. listen to this. >> as president, i will stand up to china and anyone else who
tries to take advantage of american workers and companies. and i'm going to ramp up enforcement by appointing for the first time a chief trade prosecutor. i will triple the number of enforcement officers and when countries break the rules, we won't hesitate to impose targeted tariffs. >> okay. the key phrase. targeted tariffs. something we have not heard before. we don't have details on what will be taxed. donald trump says he wants to renegotiate trade deals and impose tariffs on all goods from china. experts say that would start a trade war to send the u.s. in a recession and cost jobs. american pride on full display in rio. more gold for team usa and making history in the process. we are live in rio next.
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she had a 2.1 margin of victory. that is more than the margin of victory from 1980 to 2012 combined. she still has three more events to go. she could have, likely, five gold medals before it is over. aly raisman winning silver. these ladies are amazing. let's take a look how the medals are stacking up. usa with 38 overall. china in second with 30. japan in third with 22. another full slate of events today, including katie ledecky going for her fourth gold medal of the games. competing in the 800-meter freestyle. the event she took gold four years ago in london. the men's basketball team playing serbia. track and field. runners, take your marks. it has been incredible so far. so much more to look forward to from here in rio. >> no shortage of action.
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what trump has to say about that. and hillary clinton facing accusations of pay to play over ties with the state department and her foundation. how close did clinton come to a corruption probe? another gold for team usa. we are live in rio with the recap. welcome back to "early start." i'm alison kosik. >> i'm ryan nobles. 32 minutes past the hour. trump doubling down on his claim that president obama founded isis. rejecting the claim over hewitt to get him to adopt a moderate clarification of the founder clarification. this as reince priebus calls trump to tone down his rhetoric. let's get the latest from jim acosta. >> reporter: trump again
referred to president obama as the founder of isis at a rally outside of orlando. trump says the president bears responsibility for the rise of the terror group because he did not leave a relatively small force in iraq. that is contrary to 2007 when he said the u.s. should declare victory and leave. >> barack obama is the founder -- hey. if he would have -- folks, we should have never been in iraq. we were going to destabilize the middle east. i said it. i was the civilian. nobody cares. i was a civilian. nobody cares. we should have never been in there. we should have understood it. they made a mistake. we should have never ended it the way they ended it. by ending it the way he ended it and he got everybody out and he let them know when and we're
leaving and they just sat back -- they just sat back and they went in. >> reporter: before trump started addressing the crowd, there was an incident in the venue. three men holding up a confederate flag and refusing to take it down. eventually campaign staffers and law enforcement officials convinced the men to take the flag down. so far, no reaction from the trump campaign. alison. jim, thank you. more now on that chat where reince priebus reportedly warned trump about the damage he can inflict on down-ballot candidates. something that has leading republicans worried. 75 of them signing a letter to shift resources away from him. such a shift never came up in trump's talk with the party chairman. >> i'm the one that is funding and raising the money. other people are getting to use the money i raised.
so all i have to do is stop funding the republican party. i'm the one raising the money. right now i'm in orlando raising money for the republican party. if they want to do that, they can save me a lot of time. >> sources familiar with the call tell cnn say priebus never said to shift resources. priebus did under score the need to tone down the rhetoric. >> and let's break this down with tal kopen. tal, thank you for joining us. >> good morning. >> i want to talk about this interview that everybody is talking about. it was rudy giuliani on "new day" yesterday with chris cuomo. an interview that went 30 minutes. if you have not watched it, go to cnn.com. i want to play a small clip from the interview and talk about it with tal.
>> because you don't give him a fair shot. you take his words and parse him. media takes words and inn treatme interpret them. the media coverage is unfair of the pay for play secretary of state who revealed e-mails that put the national security of the country in jeopardy. that is a massive scandal. allegations coming out day after day and e-mail. >> we cover them. they come out of this outlet. >> not with the same vigor and not with the same tremendous emphasis. >> and that went on for pretty much the entire half hour. it shows us, tal, how trump supporters have to go out and battle for him in the forums and they continue to try and paint the narrative that he is getting an unfair shake from those of us in the press. is it working? >> you know, this has been a
talking point for conservatives for some time. we have spoken about donald trump learning on the trail. one of the most memorable moments and i believe it was ted cruz who really scored points by bashing the media. we saw it really pick up probably from then. it happens on both sides. we in the media know we're constantly getting attacked by both sides that don't like our coverage. that is playing the ref. you try to intimidate them or argue your case as much as you can. you know, to a certain extent. it is working. some of us are probably wondering how many undecided voters there could be left in the country. there are so many people who have such strong opinions. there is a play out there for every single one of those people who may not have made up their minds. >> here is the thing. the trump camp saying we are not getting a fair shake in the media. then you have trump going on the
hugh hewett radio show. almost throwing him a lifeline. saying you didn't really mean that. we'll play it. >> last night, you said the president was the founder of isis. i know what you meant. he created the vacuum. >> no, he is the founder of isis. he is the most valuable player. i give him the most valuable player award. i give her, too. >> he is not sympathetic to them. >> he was the founder. >> he is giving the chance to redeem himself and he doesn't take it. >> yeah. it is a remarkable interview where hugh prompts him. what you meant to say and donald trump is just having none of it. he said what i meant to say is what i said. that is classic donald trump. he doesn't want to be coached, necessari necessarily, but the power that has been. he thinks he is bringing
something new to the table. he trusts his gut. that made him successful in business life. that is what he is trying to do in politics. >> and republican as cros acros board are trying to prepare for what could happen. among them is steve king from iowa. a staunch conservative. listen to what he said at the iowa state fair. i sat across the table with hillary clinton eye-to-eye. when you are working outside of staff and outside of the press, she is somebody i can work with. we have to stress that steve king is by no means a fan of hillary clinton. if someone like him is saying nice things about hillary clinton, what does that say about donald trump and his relationship with the republican party? >> this is a talking point from the clinton campaign going forward. they rolled out so many republican endorsements. they want to paint her as
someone who can get things done and work across the aisle. one of the interesting thing about this there is a point where you wonder if she is alienating her liberal base by reaching out to republicans. it is almost damning by praise. the republicans can endorse her all they want, but some in the liberal base are saying why are we supporting someone so popular with republicans? >> tal, great stuff. thank you for being with us. you know what? regardless of who wins the election, the next president will be the highest paid leader in the world. a new cnn money analysis is finding that president obama's $400,000 salary is the largest among any president or prime minister. even in the world's biggest economy. when you convert their salaries into u.s. dollars, canada's is second at $260,000. he is followed by angela merkel and shinzo abe from japan and
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winning his 22nd career gold on thursday. phelps is now 4 for 4 at the rio games and gold rush for team usa did not stop there. cnn's coy wire is following it all for us. he is live in rio this morning. another great day for the americans, coy. >> reporter: absolutely, ryan. 22 gold for phelps. 26 career medals overall. ryan, i looked upgrade. you have prominent, distinguished, esteemed, notable. not enough adjectives to describe michael phelps. winning the event for the fourth straight olympics in the 200-meter i.m. it was a showdown, if you will, between phelps and teammate ryan lochte. lochte finished fifth. we will see phelps again today in the 100-meter butterfly.
if he wins, that would be four olympic golds in that event. you have to see the scene from the ravens preseason game last night. put phelps' race on the jumbotron and watched him win during a time-out. phelps is from baltimore. a huge ravens fan. it is clear that baltimore is a huge fan of him as well. another historical moment yesterday. american swimmer simone manuel winning gold in the 100-meter freestyle. she tied penny oleksiak setting an olympic record in the process. manuel is the first african-american woman to medal in an individual swimming event. gymnastics. the women's team leaping over the competition in rio. simone biles winning the all-around final. taking home her second gold medal. she had a 2.1 margin of victory. that is more than the margins of victory from 1980 to 2012
combined. get this, she still has three more events to go. she very likely could have five gold before it is all over. her teammate aly raisman putting in outstanding performance with a silver medal. these ladies are simply amazing and addicting when you watch. medal board. usa on top. 38 overall medals. china in second with 30. japan in third with 22. we have another full slate today, guys. we see katie ledecky going for her fourth gold of the rio games. 800-meter freestyle is the event. she won it as a 15-year-old in london four years ago. what else do we have? u.s. men's basketball team playing serbia. track and field officially gets going. a lot of the olympians here looking to claim gold and represent the usa in a wonderful way. guys. >> coy wire, thank you for joining us from rio.
let's look at what is coming up on "new day." chris cuomo joining us. chris, i enjoyed your conversation with rudy giuliani yesterday. >> everybody is talking about that. >> thank you very much. that's what we are trying to do. keep the conversation going. we have a big question. why is a master of media manipulation pushing such an obvious false claim? that is the question for donald trump. insisting on saying president obama and then secretary of state clinton founded isis. the move is raising real concerns. it is distracting from the real issue he could be using right now. the e-mails from the state department with ties from the clinton foundation and state department. we will dive into both deeply this morning. plus, we will tell you about the scare in the sky. two dozen people on the flight rushed to the hospital. what is caused what is called extreme turbulence. next on "new day." happy friday, my friends. have a good weekend.
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welcome to it all. comcast nbcuniversal is proud to bring you coverage of the rio olympic games. welcome back. 11 explosions rocking five provinces over thailand in the last 24 hours. dozens wounded and killed including tourists from the austria and the netherlands. police say two other bombs were diffused before they could go off. thai officials are calling the attacks coordinated, but unclear who is behind them. the president of ukraine putting his troops along the border with russian controlled crimea on high alert. warning vladimir putin is looking to restart hostilities in the region. on thursday, the russian president accused ukraine agents
of terrorist activities on the black sea peninsula. and health and human services secretary sylvia burwell is redirecting $81 million to keep the fight against the zika virus outbreak going. she transferred money from the nih and bio-health authority. the congress asked for $1.9 billion in february, but they failed to act. outrage in colorado for a sexual assault conviction. 22-year-old austin wilkerson got two years in a county lock up making him eligible for work release and attending school during the day. under colorado law, his sentence could be eight years to life. it is similar to the case of the ex-stanford swimmer sentenced to
six months for raping an unconscience woman. the dow and nasdaq and s&p hitting record highs. that is a trifecta. it hasn't happened since 1999. right now, we are seeing futures pointing higher. markets in europe are mixed. asian markets with gains overnight. oil prices are back above $43 a barrel. macy's stock jumped 17% yesterday after the chain announced it was closing 100 stores despite reporting strong quarter earnings. investors like the plan. macy's is just the latest retail chain to be squeezed by the changing landscape of the retail industry. shoppers prefer h & m and tjmaxx and online retailers like
amazon. for the first time ever, the median home price in one u.s. city is more than $1 million. no, it is not in new york. it is not in san francisco. it is in san jose, california. the median home price of $1,085,000. homeowners there can thank silicon valley and recent tech boom pushing prices sky high. there is a huge demand and tight inventory. you know that relationship of supply and demand. after that, it is san francisco and the anaheim area and urban honolulu. they have median prices of more than $700,000. hawaii used to be the place with the highest prices. not anymore. >> not in the top four. new york and washington, d.c. donald trump facing growing blow back as he stands by his claim that president obama founded isis.
"new day" picks up coverage right now. >> barack obama and hillary clinton. these are the founders of isis. >> republican party chairman trying to get him to tone down rhetoric. >> i'm really a message of common sense. >> mr. trump may talk on big trade, but his approach is based on fear. not strength. >> she's going to try to negotiate trade. >> i'm running for president to build an economy that works for everyone. >> simone biles clinching gold. >> michael phelps making history again. >> he made ryan lochte. >> and the gold rush for team usa did not stop there. >> this is "new day" with chris cuomo and alisyn camerota. >> wow. usa all the way. simone biles amazing last night. >> and i have an interesting fact that michael phelps is the winningest individual of all
time. surpassing leonitis who last won in 52 b.c. >> welcome to "new day." 6:00 in the east. alisyn is off. brianna keilar is here with me. donald trump insisting the president of the united states obama and then secretary of state hillary clinton founded isis. he says he is not kidding. this false claim is fuelling real concern about his campaign and gop fears of a democratic landslide in november. >> this as hillary clinton's e-mail controversy continues to haunt her campaign over the e-mails show with ties of the state department and clinton foundation. let's start the coverage with athena >> reporter: good morning, brianna. there's been a lot of talk about
how this campaign needs to be about issues americans care about. jobs, the economy, national security. this week could have been about issues with both candidates delivering big economic speeches, and yet here we are ending another week that was dominated by outrageous headline-grabbing statements by the republican nominee, and he's been repeating his latest lines of attack every chance he gets. >> i call president obama and hillary clinton the founders of isis. they're the founders. >> reporter: donald trump refusing to back down from his latest controversy. >> barack obama and hillary clinton, these are the founders of isis. >> reporter: despite growing concern within the republican party about the effect his rhetoric could have on vulnerable congressional races. >> all i have to do is stop funding the republican party. i'm the one raising the money for them. in fact, right now i'm in orlando. i'm going to a fundraiser for the republican party. so if they want to do th