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after it was over, one woman told me donald trump was not just running his mouth. he sounded more presidential. he had more substance. another man telling me he seemed to speak from his heart. one thing that struck a number of people in the room, donald trump with not an apology, but he had regrets about some of the things he said in the past. >> sometimes in the heat of debate and speaking on a multitude of issues, you don't choose the right words or you say the wrong thing. i have done that. and believe it or not, i regret it. and i do regret it.
particularly where it may have caused personal pain. too much is at stake for us to be consumed with these issues. >> reporter: at the top of the his speech, donald trump also talked about the heartbreak and devastation affecting the people of baton rouge, louisiana. we are now hearing that donald trump and running mate mike pence will be visiting the region later today. trump saying of what's going on in baton rouge. we are one nation. when one state hurts, we all hurt. we must all work together. christine, george. >> thank you, jason. let's talk politics with reporter eugene scott to help us figure out the new donald trump. here you have a scripted moment from donald trump where he says things he regrets. six months ago, we never would have seen. at the same time, he is hitting
the other note. hillary is dishonest. listen. >> while sometimes i can be too honest. hillary clinton is the exact opposite. she never tells the truth. one lie after another and getting worse with each passing day. >> the headline this morning, the new trump. the admission that there are things he regrets, but he also is on the attack here. >> this is not insignificant. i remember last summer writing the story about donald trump admitting he doesn't seek forgiveness from god. using language i have said the wrong things is significant. kellyanne conway, the new campaign manager, gave us a hint yesterday that we would see shifts. >> you see her fingerprints all over this? >> yeah. i don't think we would have seen this monday. where it goes from here is interesting to pay attention to
and whether or not the people who have backed trump to help him get to this place and like the fact he says these things from the heart that his critics do not like. whether they stay on board with him as much will be interesting. >> the word regret. opening the door and pivot, you could say, toward the general, toward women and other groups that may see this as a softer donald trump. the question does this open the door now for a long line of people who will want to know what do you regret? do you regret retweeting the tweets of extremists or the controversy with ted cruz and his wife or the back and forth with the gold star family. where do you start? >> very much so. he said i realize some of my words have caused people pain. as you mentioned, people want to know what you will change on because there are issues you would like to see him speak to with more depth. will he be able to win women voters, black voters,
millennials. all these groups he is losing. if he doesn't change and get specifics and people see how that manifests and see how he campaigns from this point forward, i don't know the impact. >> then his core supporters will say you are just like all the other ones. >> he needs to not just win independent votes, but republican establishment votes if he will win this whole thing. right now he has his base. he has to figure out how can i win my base and more republicans and independents. >> eugene scott, thank you. new this morning, republican vice presidential candidate mike pence submitting his financial disclosure form to the election. ten pages. a stark contrast from the 92 pages and hundreds of companies on donald trump's disclosure. here is what we know. he made $173,000 as governor of indiana. from the start of 2015 to the summer. he has pension accounts with the
state government. between $1,000 and $15,000 right now in his bank account. he took out several parent plus student loans between $95,000 and $280,000. 6% plus interest. rules allow candidates to give a range on the accounts. it is the only financial document candidates must legally submit and he will release his tax returns. the u.s. olympic committee is apologizing to the city of rio for the swimmers who said they were robbed at gunpoint. the swimmers face potential consequences. the behavior of the athletes is not acceptable nor does it represent the values of team usa or the conduct of the members. we apologize to the hosts in rio and the people of brazil for the
distracts ordeal in what is rightly a celebration of excellence. two swimmers, jack conger and gunnar bentz are home now. they were pulled off their flight 24 hours earlier and there is new video of the incident. you see the police accusing the americans of vandalizing a gas station. the two sides offering different accounts of what happened next. we have more from cnn's international correspondent nick paton walsh. >> reporter: christine, george, here is the scene of the crime or maybe the not crime. unclear at this stage. you recognize from the cctv video this alleyway down which you see the men walk. this is where they are alleged to have torn the poster off the wall and alleged to have urinated after a long night of celebrating. now, the question is what happened after that? they seem to emerge from here on the cctv that we see.
out into the court of the gas station after the night of celebrating. they get the wrong taxi then move on to the right taxi over here on this side of the gas station. then a man is seen bending down into the car. he's dressed in black. this is where the story diverges. then all sides worked out how to compensate the damages to the gas station. the swimmers say this marks a point in which there is a drop in the footage of three minutes during which the man leaning in, according to the swimmers, made out like he was a police officer pointing a badge and firearm and said give me money. making this particular gesture. we don't know how to reconcile the accounts. we know brazilian suspicions were raised by the items
returning home with the men to the village. maybe they can urinate behind the building and tear down the poster. these two very different accounts are very hard to reconcile now. christine. george. >> the swimmers claim there are three minutes of missing footage. there was a gap and initial video released. the video released later by the civil police and screened by cnn, there wasn't a gap in that footage. we will have more on the olympic games, including another gold medal for usain bolt later. many call it ransom. the state department calling it leverage. admitting hundreds of millions of dollars held from iran until americans are released. we will hear how the state department justifies that next.
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regard, i will not deny that. >> you are saying you would not give them the $400 million in cash until the prisoners were released, correct? >> that's correct. >> house speaker paul ryan says president obama owes the american public an apology. and a close call for advisers in syria. they were nearby when syrian war planes launched an attack on the kurdish ypg. the first time the kurds have been attacked in the province under kurdish control. twitter says it has suspended 235,000 accounts in the last six months for promoting extremism or terrorism. that brings the total now in the last year to 360,000 accounts. the company is expanding the
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pretty damning evidence in the last 24 hours that four american swimmers were not victims of a robbery, but caught up in an altercation with officers after vandalizing the gas station. what happens now? we bring in coy wire with the latest. boy, oh, boy. >> reporter: yeah. exactly, christine. i was at a function last night and the new york post front cover sums up the general thoughts and feeling of many in rio. including those of the u.s. athletes and families with whom i had interaction. "liar liar speedo on fire." the highly anticipated press conference sent rio into a frenzy yesterday. ryan lochte's reputation and his account of what happened blasted. both the u.s. olympic committee and usa swimming offering public
apologies for the actions of the four involved. the executive director of usa swimmer blasting the lapses in judgment. upsetting that the four swimmers drawn attention away from team usa's incredible accomplishments in the water and other athletes across the olympic games. i hate having to report on what has become the biggest talker of the games when there are incredible performances going on. usain bolt winning his eighth career gold medal yesterday. absolutely obliterating the field in the 200-meter dash. winning a second gold. if he and his teammates win the final today in the 4x100, he would get a triple-triple in three consecutive olympic games. team usa's ashton eaton is the world's greatest athlete. gold in the dekath lycathlon fo
second olympic games. talk about power couple. his wife took bronze in heptathlon. in the women's 4x100 relay team. running away with it. they dropped the baton in the morning heat and disqualified. they appealed after being bumped by the brazilian athlete. they qualified for today's final. the usa added to the heaping mound of medals. over the 100 mark. china in second and great britain in third. usa men's basketball with a tough spain team. christine, we have the 4x100 relay which will be bolt's final race. >> we have to watch. >> he will do well. we will see. coy, thanks. the latest reboot for donald trump off to a surprising start.
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the republican nominee in north carolina last night making his first appearance since the campaign reboot. his speech revealed a new trump, but not the way many expected. after hiring executives famous for being combative, trump came as close as he ever has to an apology. also making news with the last-minute scheduling change, adding a stop in louisiana to tour areas devastated by flooding. this as republicans try to paint president obama as out of touch for sticking to his golf vacation on martha's vineyard. more from jason carroll. >> reporter: christine and george, this was a very different donald trump we heard from charlotte. after it was over, i spoke to a number of people who were here. one woman told me donald trump in her words was not just running his mouth. he sounded more presidential. he had more substance.
another man telling me he seemed to speak from the heart. one point that struck a number of people in the room was when donald trump, it wasn't an apology, but he said he had regrets about some of the things he said in the past. >> sometimes in the heat of debate and speaking on a multitude of issues you don't choose the right words or you say the wrong thing. i have done that. and believe it or not i regret it. and i do regret it particularly where it may have caused
personal pain. too much is at stake for us to to be consumed with these issues. >> reporter: at the top of his speech, trump talked about the heartbreak and devastation affecting the people of baton rouge, louisiana. we are now hearing that donald trump and running mate mike pence will be visiting the region later today. trump saying of what is going in baton rouge, we are one nation. we one state hurts, we all hurt. we must all work together. christine, george. >> jason, thank you. starting today, the trump campaign's first tv ads of the general election begin airing in four battle ground states of florida, pennsylvania, ohio. we know donald trump will be out spent on the air. the trump campaign and super pacs are set to spend $7.9 million. hillary clinton and her super pacs reserved $12.8 million
worth of tv time for the same period. the clinton campaign has spent more than $75 million in ten states so far since locking up the democratic nomination in june. let's get a good read on what is happening in the world of politics. let's bring in eugene scott to talk about the new donald trump. eugene, look, this speech we heard last night, this is a very different donald trump offering regrets. what does he regret? >> he said he regrets saying words that cause people pain. which words in particular is not clear. he has been criticized for how he talked about women and how he talked about mexican immigrants and black lives matter protesters. specifics will be demanded by people who have doubts whether or not this a new trump. it appears to be a move in a different direction. >> is this new management team? the fingerprints from the new executives. this is a new trump looking at
the teleprompter, that is remarkable. >> i think it is. we have kellyanne conway on "new day" yesterday. she gave us a hint this would happen. i think many people were surprised it happened less than 12 hours later. whether it continues remains to be seen. he is going to louisiana, especially during a time where president obama has received criticism for not showing a continuation of a new donald trump. >> there will be the optics of the national destruction and crisis in louisiana. donald trump and mike pence will be able to look presidental surveying the damage. there is an international story on the newspaper today. the little boy in aleppo. 5 years old in the back of the ambulance. he is almost embarrassed. just a new face of this old t j
tragedy. that is the boy's reality since he has been alive. a year ago, many are saying what are we doing to help these people. then what are we doing to keep people out of here who have been made refugees by the crisis. does this play politically here? >> i can't imagine we won't hear about it. this has taken viewers captive over the last not even 24 hours. what we are seeing is the narrative that the only people trying to come to this country for safety are the big, strong terrorists. we have 5-year-old boys who are victims of air strikes looking to america in some ways to rescue them. it will be interesting to see what the u.s. government and people running to lead it will say that gives people the belief and the awareness that we have the answers to these problems. >> i know myself, christine, we
are parents. when i see that image. if we can put it back on screen of little omran. this has been going on for year after year after year. >> the voters are talking about it. i saw on social media this morning and last night so many people had so many comments. people are concerned. they want to know how we got here. >> what do we do for other little kids and people and families in the same situation as little omran. >> we need grown up politicians with grown up policies to fix this. it has to stop. the question is will there be a serious attempt to have rational policy to help fix this. people can't live like this. it is ridiculous. >> eugene, thank you so much. moving on now to another
story that we are following. the head of the u.s. olympic committee is apologizing to the city of rio for the actions of four american swimmers who police say lied to them about being robbed at gunpoint. the u.s. olympic committee chairman say the swimmers face potential consequences. he says the behavior of the athletes is not acceptable nor represent the values of team usa or the conduct of the members. we apologize to the hosts in rio and the people of brazil for the distracting ordeal in the midst of a celebration of excellence. two of the u.s. swimmers gunnar bentz and jack conger are heading back home after speaking with brazilian shorauthorities. then there is video of the incident with police accusing the americans of vandalizing a gas station. the two sides offering different accounts of what happened next. we get more from the si
international correspondent nick paton walsh. >> reporter: here is the scene of the crime or maybe not crime, christine and george. you recognize from the cctv video the alley way down which you see the men walk. this is where they are alleged to have torn the poster off the wall and alleged to have urinated after a long night of celebrating. now, the question is what happened after that? they seem to emerge from here on the cctv that we see. out into the court of the gas station after a night of celebrating and partying. they get the wrong taxi first of all. then they move to the right taxi here on this side of the gas station. then a man is seen bending down into the car. he is dressed in black. this is where the story difficudiffers. the police say this began a conversation in which all sides
compensated the damages here at the gas station. this actually marks a point in a drop in the cctv footage of three minutes where the man leaned in, according to the swimmers, he pointed a firearm at them and said give me money. we don't know how to reconcile the two accounts. we know that brazilian suspicions were raised by the men returning home with substantial amounts of high value on them. the sources close to the swi swimmers say they did urinate behind the building and they knocked the poster down. but these two very different accounts are very hard to reconcile now. christine. >> the swimmers assertion of three minutes of missing footage is based on the initial release
of the video which is accurate. video later released shows no gap in the footage. we will have more from the olympics later in this half hour. 39 minutes past the hour. time for an early start on your money. stocks within shouting distance of record highs. dows a little low this morning. stocks in europe and asia are mixed. the rich are getting richer and control three quarters of all wealth in the u.s. the top 10% of families control 76% of the nation's wealth. the middle 40% of families they own and control 23%. the bottom 50% of families share 1%. just 1% of the wealth. here is what some families are worth. average amount of wealth in the top 10% is $4 million. the middle 40%, average wealth,
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damning evidence surfacing in the last 24 hours that four american swimmers were not victims of an armed robbery, but caught up in an altercation with officers after vandalizing a gas station. let's bring in coy wire with the latest on this incredible story. coy, what is the reaction in rio as the games draw to a close here? >> reporter: christine, i was at the function last night. a lot of u.s. athletes and families were there. this was a talker. one of the first things people were saying. have you seen the latest? "the new york post" cover sums it up about the thoughts and feeling of what has happened. it says "liar liar speedo on fire." the ugly american over ryan lochte. the highly anticipated press conference.
it has people talking. ryan lochte's reputation and validity of what transpired were blasted. so much so that u.s. swimming and u.s. olympic committee offered apologies. the director of usa swimming blasted the judgment. saying it was upsetting that the swimmers drew attention away from the team's accomplishments in the water and other athletes across the olympic games. speaking of the games. can we talk about them? the greatness that is happening here. usain bolt. greatest of all time. eighth career gold medal. dominating 000 meters. he will go for the 4x100-meter finals. if he wins gold there, he will have three consecutive golds in three games. ashton eaton.
second consecutive gold in decathlon. talk about a power couple. his wife won the heptathlon. he gets more nervous watching her compete than when he competes himself. women's 4x100 relay team got a second chance. they dropped the batton in the morning heat. they were allowed to run again because they were bumped by a brazilian team. the usa rushing it on the medal count. 100 medal mark. china, great britain in second and third. tonight will be the 4x100-meter relay for usain bolt. thank you, coy. stock market has a chance to end the week at record highs.
future wobbling a bit. when life is exciting, song writers thrive. these days, dolly parton is thriving. writing about all of the crazy stuff going on she says. today she releases her 43rd studio album. from politics to the bathroom bills to equal pay, she is inspired. she owns restaurants, theme parks, a record label, film and tv production. she is a mogul. >> when you were starting, did you think if you were going to last and endure and make sure the music business doesn't take advantage of me, i have to be in control of my sound and every angle of it. >> you said it when you said business. it is called the music business. as soon as i could, i started my publishing company and record label now. i think it is important if you can to keep all of your goods, you know, close to home where you can control it and know what is happening with it.
>> how do you think music helped push along the women's movement for the past 40 years. is that a factor? >> music in general. even in the 9 to 5 for equal pay for equal work. we have come a long way. >> we are 83 cents to the dollar. >> we have a long way to go. i don't care if you are green, blue, black or alien gray or male or female or transgender. you work, you should be appreciated for it and paid for what you do. song writers have a field day when things are going on in life. i'm writing about all of the crazy stuff right now. i usually don't talk politics and who i'm voting for. right now, i tell you, i am not decided. >> you are not decided? >> no. >> you have another three months to watch all this. >> i'm watching it close.
>> smart business news not to alienate any of your potential fans. donald trump admitting something we rarely seen. regret. why now and how does this fit into the big picture of his rebooted campaign? "new day" picks up the coverage right now. sometimes you say the wrong thing. believe it or not, i regret it. >> there is no new donald trump. this is it. >> i can be too honest. hillary clinton is the exact opposite. >> let him be him. that's how he got here. >> we have a policy that we don't pay ransom. >> president obama lied. he said we don't pay ransom. but we did. >> it's not ransom. we had to take advantage of the timing here. >> they pulled us over. they pulled out their guns. >> brazilian authorities say ryan lochte's stunning story about being robbed at gunpoint all a lie. >> they made a mistake.
it's part of life. life goes on. >> police accusing the americans of vandalizing a gas station. >> announcer: this is "new day" with chris cuomo and alisyn camerota. >> good morning, everyone. welcome to your "new day." it is friday, august 19th, 6:00 in the east. don't adjust your set. you're not seeing double. chris is off this morning. poppy harlow joins me. great to be with you. >> we were joking earlier, you had the haircut first, my friend. >> i'm glad that's on the record. we have a lot to talk about this morning. up first, donald trump doing something rarely seen in this election cycle. he's expressing regret. trump conceding that sometimes he says the wrong thing. >> but the republican nominee did not say anything specific about what he regrets. trump's out of character remorse coming just days after a major campaign shake-up. we have every angle covered this morning. let's begin with our george howell. >> good morning. donald trump at aal