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milwaukee. the tense moments. and donald trump getting down to policy today. laying out a plan to defeat isis. can he stick to his script? usain bolt making history. the exciting moments from the olympics. good morning. welcome to "early start." i'm alison kosik. >> i'm christine romans. it is 5:00 a.m. in the east. let's start in milwaukee. breaking overnight. shorts fired during another night of protests in milwaukee. demonstrations in response to a police shooting of an armed african-american suspect. protesters swarmed the police station throwing rocks and bottles. one person was hit by gunfire. i want to bring in the latest with ana cabrera.
>> reporter: good morning, christine. things calming down in milwaukee within the last hour. several arrests were made overnight. we know of a couple of people injured in the violence that again came in addition to the additional violence that happened on saturday night in which several buildings were set aflame and many cars were destroyed. this unrest, we're hearing, comes from deep rooted frustration in the community of oppression, racism and social injustice many have suffered for years. the 23-year-old was a flash point for all of them. it all began during a traffic stop on saturday afternoon. mr. smith was pulled over. eventually there was a foot chase in which two officers followed two people and seville
smith had a handgun in his hand when the officer opened fire shooting and killing him. now police say it was all caught on body cam video. of body cam video will be a key piece of evidence as the investigation continues. it has not been released to the public. it is the wisconsin department of justice who has taken over the investigation. a third party. as the community continues to call for answers in the shooting investigation, they say they will not rest until there is broader change that is implemented here. >> ana cabrera in milwaukee. quieting down in the last hour. a really tense night. keep us posted. happening today, donald trump giving a speech in ohio. a senior campaign official reviewing the speech says trump will portray the war against islamic terror as an ideological
struggle on par with the cold war. it will make it clear that any country helping the u.s. defeat islamic terrorism is deemed an ally which campaign officials believe will expand the coalition. donald trump will ban immigration from countries where the country cannot adequately vet visa applications. the official said the trump administration could test the views of visa applicants and bar any anti-semitic or gay. it is unclear how the immigration bans trump is set to announce today fit with the previously described total ban on muslims coming to the u.s. new this morning, the wall street journal urging the republican party to give up on donald trump if he does not change his act by labor day
three weeks away. the paper's editor page accusing of alienating the party and running an incompetent campaign. if trump doesn't turn it around, the republican party will have to write-off the nominee and focus on saving the down-ballot candidates. trump needs to stop blaming everyone else and decide if he wants to behave like someone who wants to be president or turn the nomination over to mike pence. trump campaign pushing back against reports in the new york times and elsewhere it has been unable to rein in the gaffe-prone candidate and get him back on message. here's campaign chairman paul manafort on cnn's "state of the union." >> we think controversy to the report and nameless sources
story, the campaign is strong. we raised $100 million in last few months. we are organized in all 50 states. we have been in the battle ground states every day this month. including pennsylvania, ohio and florida multiple times. we are starting to get traction in those states. >> trump slamming the media with the barrage of tweets this weekend like this. i'm not only fighting crooked hilla hillary, but the media and the government protection process. on the democratic side, vice president joe biden will be campaigning today alongside hillary clinton in his hometown of scranton, pennsylvania. they will make the case that trump is the most unprepared nominee in history when it comes to national security. they will argue trump's plan will cut taxes for trump and his family. using that has another reason to release tax returns. >> here with us to break all
this down with trump and the media and trump and the republican party. we have brian stelter and zach wolf. bright and early on a monday morning. so much to talk about. zach, let's first begin with donald trump after a weekend of attacking the media and attacking the media, he will refocus today with the new three-pronged policy to fight radical islamist terror. what do you think we're going to see out of this proposal and how will it gel with his previous kind of iterations of banning muslims and banning immigration from terrorist related countries? >> that is the big question. a replacement for that or in addition to that? we have a lot more to learn. i don't think this will quiet any of his critics. if you look at the specifics
there or what we see of them, it is still very dependent on what people are thinking and what they're backgrounds are and where they come from. it is the blanket ideas that has civil libertarians worried about donald trump. in that regard, it will not help him with the moderates and independents. on the other hand, focusing on radical islam is likely to help him with his base. the people need to be excited about his campaign. at the end of the day, he will do a lot more attacking the media. the new focus that he has been on. >> and speaking of the attacks on the media. i'll turn to brian stelter. the weekend was interesting. we saw donald trump go off the rails about the new york times article about his campaign in crisis. i want to look at the points made in the article. we have parts of the article
saying the failing new york times is a newspaper of fiction. the stories about me nonexistent and unnamed sources. he is claiming a lot of the sourcing in the piece which was anonymous, he is claiming, was downright false. some of the claims made in the article pretty darn stunning. one of them basically saying trump is exhausted. they describe the nominee exhausted and frustrated and fine willed by the political process and his incendiary approach. these are not the things you want to see a few weeks before labor day. >> trump is denying he is sullen. he is saying he is in the fight and running for president. the fact he had to refute the story is significant. the times with 20 different sources. some on the record.
the trump campaign has not asked for corrections. that tells me the meat of the story is true. let's put his campaign in perspective. republicans often times criticize media coverage. what trump is doing is unprecedented in modern american politics. how forcefully he is attacking the media. >> he has said in months past, he would open up the libel laws to sue, sue, sue. >> we can put on the screens the news outlets that are denied credentials at his events. the washington post and politico and huffington post and a number of outlets. listen, these are private events. he can ban. they are still open to the public. it does have a chilling effect when certain prominent news outlets are not allowed into
rallies. >> zach, it feels like the new york times fight with donald trump feels like old news. the news this morning is the wall street journal editorial page. he needs to stop blaming everyone else and decide if he wants to act like someone who wants to be president or turn the nomination over to mike pence. mr. trump is right. most of the media want him to lose. that was true of george w. bush and george h.w. bush and ronald reagan. donald trump has made it easy for the media and his opponents. zach, that is remarkable. >> it is. that idea that the media wants him to lose. if you look at the wall street journal, which is a conservative paper, the washington post, not too long ago, had a stunning editorial in the same fashion.
you have all of the major intelligent media operations in this country sort of opposing this guy. in a very unprecedented way at this stage of a presidential campaign. usually you would wait a while for an editorial. he must feel under siege in a lot of ways. at the same time, he refuses to change his campaign. he is not doing anything to intice republicans or moderates. he is doubling down on strategy. that is very interesting to see play out. >> i think what he said on twitter is revealing. i have always been the same person. i remain true to myself. the media wants me to change. it would be dishonest to supporters to change. that hits really well. he said i have always been the same person. i'm not changing no matter what
anyone wants. you can admire that about donald trump. especially if you have been watching him for over a year. you don't want this man to change. we all know are those people in the middle, the undecided, do they want him to change? >> we will bring you back later in the show. >> so much to talk about. mike pence says he plans to release his tax returns. this just a few days after hillary clinton and tim kaine released their tax information. pence said his will be a quick read. he will make it public before the election. he is in the process of completing the financial disclosures required by law. to be clear, releasing tax returns is not a legal requirement for presidential candidates, but it is become policy. every candidate since 1976 has released returns. trump will not follow that
standard because he is under audit. so what could we learn from trump's taxes? what would the tax returns show? it would show how much money he earned or lost from businesses or investments. what deductions? how much money he gives to charity and effective tax rate is. at least five dead in louisiana. neighborhoods completely submerged. will there be relief from the floods anytime soon? we have details next.
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javaheri with the latest for us. >> alison and christine, good morning. you know when you watch the concerns of the flooding in place, 20 million people effected in louisiana. the concern stretches into the midwest and we will talk about what is happening. the thunderstorms popping up this afternoon. that is what we expect. flash flood concerns could be 2 to 3 inches in areas which have seen 20 plus information. you notice the color contour. look at expansion area of 20 plus inches. the weather graphics are not designed for that expansion. the front moves off to the north. less of a gulf influence as it moves away from the gulf, but rainfall left in store for the southern tier and the northern
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entering the u.s.? and in the olympics, usain bolt picking up his first gold in rio. the track superstar going for a triple win this year. so far he did not disappoint. good morning. welcome to "early start." i'm christine romans. >> i'm alison kosik. it is 30 minutes past the hour. breaking overnight. shots fired during another night of protests in milwaukee. demonstrations intensifying in response to the police shooting saturday of an armed african-american suspect. last night, authorities say protesters swarmed the police station throwing rocks and bottles and bricks at officers. let's bring in cnn's ana cabrera live with the latest. good morning, ana. is it true the national guard is still on stand by? >> reporter: we understand the national guard was activated, but not deployed although the police struggled to get control overnight.
we learned several arrests were made and things are calming down. there is a sense of tension in the air and questions about where this community goes from here. we have been told by several people in the community this is a result of longstanding and deep rooted frustration and anger over years of what's perceived to be oppression and racism and injustice of afri african-americans and they feel the system has dragged them down. we have seen two nights of back-to-back violence and destruction in the community. six buildings and several vehicles were set ablaze in the past couple nights. so community members are trying to put pieces back together. it follows the police shooting of 23-year-old seville smith. he was pulled over by a pair of officers in a traffic stop. there was a foot chase after
that. investigators say smith was holding a gun and refused to e obey the orders and then he was killed at the scene. we are learning the officer is an african-american and has been with the department for six years. three of the years as an officer. now the wisconsin department of justice is investigating the shooting as the community continues to call for change in what they believe is a system that is not working for everybody. >> this situation is changing by the minute. ana cabrera live from milwaukee. thanks. a big week of politics unfolding today. donald trump giving a speech in ohio laying out his plan for defeating radical islamic terrorism. a campaign official says trump will portray the war against
islam terror as an ideological struggle on par with the cold war. the u.s. will abandon nation building or spreading democracy in the middle east. make it clear that any country helping the u.s. defeat islamic terrorism will be deemed an ally. which campaign officials will expand the anti-isis coalition. trump proposing banning where the country cannot adequately vet. the trump administration would bar any anti-semitic or anti-gay. it is unclear how the immigration bans trump is set to announce today would fit with the previously described total ban on muslims coming to the u.s. the wall street journal urging the republican party to
give up on trump if he does not change his act by labor day. the editorial page is accusing trump of running an incompetent campaign. the editorial board says trump needs to stop blaming everyone else and decide if he wants to act like someone who wants to be president or turn the nomination over to mike pence. leading to despair for staff and advisers. here is trump's campaign chairman. >> contrary to the new york times nameless sources story,
the campaign is moving forward and is very strong. we raised over $132 million in last two months. we are organized in all 50 states. all 50 states. we have been in the battle ground states every day this month. including pennsylvania, ohio and florida. multiple times this month. we are starting to get traction. >> trump also slamming the media with the barrage of tweets. i'm not only fighting crooked hillary. i'm fighting the dishonest corrupt media and government protection process. >> and on the democratic side, vice president joe biden will campaign alongside hillary clinton in scranton, pennsylvania. they will make the case that trump is the most unprepared nominee in the nation's history. the economic plan will cut taxes for trump and his family. using that as another reason to release his tax returns.
>> let's break it all down. the battle with trump and clinton. trump and the media. we have brian stelter, host of "reliable sources" and managing editor zack wolf. thanks for getting up early with us. the first thing that comes to mind is the speech in ohio that donald trump is giving to layout the plan for defeating radical terrorism. they have a three-pronged approach here for the plan. i don't know, zach. this seems arbitrary. does he have a legal leg to stand on? is this going 15 steps beyond the patriot act? >> there are bullet points here or pillars. i don't see a lot of specifics here. i don't see how hesquares the legs in one section with some in another. and could a country who is an ally who doesn't have terrorism under control, could you deny
visas? it is unclear how you have a test for people being anti-semitic or anti-gay? there are things that need to be flushed out. in addition to that, i think it will do absolutely nothing to quiet criticism from civil libertarians and people like that about donald trump. i'm not sure he cares about what those people say. however, last week, he gave a big economic speech. this is a foreign policy speech. he is continuing to layout his vision for america over the couple weeks. meanwhile, more people will focus on new attacks on the media and how he turned the conversation in that direction. >> over the weekend, brian, you are our media guy. he just completely at war with the media. tweeting last night. today, trying to refocus on the policy front.
clearly the back drop here is that here is somebody who initially, you know, his nemesis were mexican and muslims and now the media. >> this is a tale of two donald trumps. all weekend long, on twitter, railing against cnn and new york times and other news outlets. if it weren't fort mea the medi would be beating hillary clinton by 20 points. that is not possible to be up by 20 points in the polarized country. the other donald trump is the one we will see later today. talking about radical islamic terrorism. maybe using a script. maybe using a teleprompter. it is a tale of two candidates. the one that can't resist picking up the phone and tweeting versus the candidate and what americans care about. they don't care about us. they care about policy. they care about keeping
themselves safe and their pocket books. >> and in light of trump doesn't talk about hillary clinton, i'll do that. congress is expected to get the notes from the three-hour interview with the fbi. the notes about hillary clinton's private e-mail server. we did see mike pence talking about this over the weekend. listen to what he said. >> new e-mails have been made public in the last week. seem to make a direct connection between favors done by state department officials and major foreign donors to the clinton foundation. the american people have a right to know. i think people of the country are tired of the pay to play politics in washington, d.c. >> the question i have is do you really think we will get anything out of notes? the fbi is not releasing transcripts. it will leave a lot of conspira conspiracy theory. >> there is no transcript.
that was part of the deal that got her up and she was not testifying or under oath. these were interviews about the e-mails and the clip you played was about e-mails that came to light that nobody knew about with regard to the clinton foundation. these notes are about other e-mails with regard to classified server. this e-mail issue is not going away for her. it is the single thing, i think, that gets at the trust worthiness issue that is the real problem for hillary clinton and will continue to be regardless of the headlines that donald trump has. a lot of people in the country and polls bear this out that people don't trust her. the e-mail issue that drip, drip, drip. it continues to dog her. >> do people get tired of it and fatigued or does it continue to gnaw at her? and the monmouth poll, you get people tired of hearing about it
at 63%. is she honest about the e-mail account? 27% say she is. >> minds are made up. people might not want to hear about it. any day it is in the news, it is a good day for donald trump. he is not talking about himself and his controversy. %-p" big story about paul manafort and the possible ties to ukraine and past work in ukraine. >> to the russian leadership in ukraine. >> this is a complicated story. this is the story, once again, every day, it seems, a new challenge for donald trump. even when he has a speech planned about terrorism. >> brian stelter, zach wolf, thank you. new investigation publishing on cnn money shows donald trump made tens of millions of dollars running a failed casino company. in 1995, donald trump launched the first ipo. that is where the public can buy
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just a devastating weekend in louisiana. death toll and property damage rising in louisiana. five people now have been killed. 10,000 more in shelters this morning. the governor calling in the national guard with 2 feet of rain triggering 20,000 rescues this weekend alone. president obama granting the state's request for emergency assistance. >> the question is what can louisiana expect today? meteorologist pedram javaheri has the latest. good morning. >> christine and alison, good morning. when you think about the soil moisture an across the region,s will produce more flooding. a lot of the rain across eastern texas and southern and central louisiana with a lot of rainfall. and a very tropical environment.
the water temperature sitting at 87 degrees. you need water temperature at 82 to produce a tropical storm or hurricane. this storm had everything, but it moved over land before it could come organized. 37 inches is what you see in an entire year in seattle, washington. some areas across the parishes picked up 34 inches. the rainfall stretches to the north and little to the east. a lot of rain expected across illinois and indiana over the next couple days. the forecast for monday, rain cooled into the upper 70s and 80s. every rain drop will evaporate and cause the temperatures to cool off in st. louis, little rock and chicago with highs around 80. >> pedram, thank you. so i go on vacation for a week and the same story. nasdaq closing at the all-time high. the s&p and dow not far behind.
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the u.s. racking up the gold in a history making weekend in rio. biles on the balance beam today. going for her fourth gold after winning her third gold for the u.s. in vault. and usain bolt becoming the first man to capture gold in the 100 meters in three olympic games. >> and this. a close call for four u.s. swimmers, including ryan lochte robbed at gunpoint on sunday. let's go live to rio de janeiro and bring in coy wire. hey, coy. >> good morning. >> reporter: good morning, christine and alison. we have to start talking about usain bolt.
i went to the event. it was fascinating to see how bolt commands the stadium with his presence. everyone wanted to watch him make history defending his title against american justin gatlin. he was booed loudly because of his doping past. gatlin gets out to the start. i think will he hold bolt off this time? but 6'5" of bolt gets gliding and gone. the third straight gold in the 100-meter dash. gatlin takes silver. if bolt takes the relays as he has in the last two summer games, he will accomplish what is the triple treble. and simone biles has three golds from the performances here in rio. 19-year-old just twisting and turning past the field in the
vault. she goes for gold number four on the balance beam today. the u.s. men's basketball team with another close call yesterday. squeaking past the french, 100-97. they had a double digit lead going in the fourth, but they took their foot off the gas. three close calls for team usa. we will see them on wednesday in the quarterfinals. let's get an early start on the medal count. u.s. leads with 69 overall. china in second with 45. great britain in third with 38. we will move on to a more serious note. security is a big theme at the games in rio as media members, we have been briefed what to do to stay safe. it was scary news when we got confirmation that ryan lochte and three teammates robbed at gunpoint. they were in a taxi after leaving a party early sunday morning when they were pulled over by men posing as police officers. they pulled out guns and ordered them out of the car and said to
lie on the ground. when lochte did not, a man put his gun to lochte. lochte gave up his wallet and nobody injured. the swimmers are cooperating with police. lochte says he is honored to represent the u.s. at the olympics. he is thankful everyone is safe. >> glad to hear that. coy wire, thanks. 57 minutes past the hour. from sports to money. another week, a new record run in stocks on possible today. dow is up. the nasdaq comes in today at the all-time high. stock markets in europe are gaining. shares in asia are mixed. a report in japan showing that economy barely growing in the first quarter despite stimulus measure from the government. oil prices are flat. how strong is the u.s. economy? that is the big question. we will get a better idea this week. some of the largest retailers report earnings.
lowe's, home depot and walmart. the retail sector full of highs and lows. almost an olympic story line. discount stores are one bright spot. home improvement chains have done well. traditional brick and mortar stores struggling with amazon online. we saw macy's announce 100 store closures last week. the stock jumped after that news because investors liked the turn around plan. protests in milwaukee rocking the city. "new day" begins right now. >> this is cnn breaking news. >> good morning. welcome to "new day." we begin with breaking news. violent protests until a few hours ago in milwaukee. one person shot and a police officer was injured. this is the second straight need of turmoil in the city after a fatal shooting by police. >> demonstrators throwing rocks and bottles at police to protest
the weekend shooting death of a black man who police say was armed. protesters burning several businesses down. you can see the flames there. let's start coverage with cnn's ana cabrera live in milwaukee. what is the latest, ana? >> reporter: good morning, alisyn. calm restored in milwaukee following the overnight protests. the national guard was activi activated, but has not been deployed. protesters is their way of getting their message across of years of oppression and racism that plagued their community. it was the deadly shooting over the weekend only a flash point. protests and violence erupting again in milwaukee. demonstrators firing shots. >> a lot of shots. a lot of
>> reporter: throwing objects. >> looks like the gas tank just popped. >>. >> reporter: and setting cars on fire. at least one person was shot and rushed to the hospital. a police officer also hospitalized after a rock smashed the windshield of a squad car. the weekend of violence began on saturday with demonstrators torching several businesses, overturning cars, and throwing rocks at police to protest the police shooting death of 23-year-old silvel smith. police say he turned toward the officer with a gun in his hand. the officer's body camera capturing the deadly encounter. milwaukee's mayor tried to address the festering anger about whether the shooting was justified. >> without question, he had a gun in his hand. and i want our community to know that. >> reporter: governor scott walker activating the national guard to assist police and declaring a state of emergency. >> i was worried about whether or not things would escalate. >> reporter: smith's family and