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the airport shutdown. reports of a man in a zorro costume taken into custody. no gun fire. flights now operating again. there is a story to be told. stay tuned for that. good morning. welcome to "early start." i'm john berman. >> i'm christine romans. it is monday, august 29th. 5:00 a.m. in the east. good morning. the wait to hear donald trump clearly explain his immigration policy may be over or not. overnight, trump tweeted i'll make a major speech on illegal immigration wednesday in the great state of arizona. trump's speech, if it happens, comes after a week of vesication raising questions about whether he was backing off a central campaign promise. with less than a month to go before the first presidential debate, time is running out for a clear message on immigration. the latest on that from cnn's diane gallagher. >> reporter: john, christine, that first presidential debate less than a month away.
the campaign official said donald trump spent part of his sunday getting ready for it. his advisors did debate prep in new jersey at the golf resort. one topic is immigration. specifically what should happen to the undocumented immigrants in the u.s. that is one dogging the trump campaign. late sunday, trump announced he will give a major speech this wednesday discussing illegal immigration. it will be in arizona which has been key in the debate over what to do about it. of course, this follows last week where he gave contradictory answers of if he believes those in the country illegally have to be deported. saying he wanted a softening and later saying some see it as a hardeni hardening. will he deport those here
unlawfully and no path for undocumented immigrants unless they leave, return and apply and pay back taxes. is there a force to round up and deport all of those in the country illegally? and those who leave the country, saying he wants it done in a humane way. politicians on both sides questioned where he stood on the points and some analysts say donald trump was hurting himself by delaying the speech. mike pence defended trump's approach on cnn's "state of the union." >> you should see a ceo at work engaging the american people and listening to the american people. he is hearing from all sides. i promise you, he is a decisive leader and he will stand on the principles that have underpinned to end the illegal immigration in the country. that is what people will learn. >> reporter: all eyes on arizona for some answers come wednesday. john, christine. >> diane, thank you. >> let's talk about all of the
political action right now. we are joined by greg valliere. he is live for us from washington. greg, i'm curious about your take. part of your job is to advise big investors about which way the election is going. i want to remind voters where trump has been on the issue of illegal immigration and what to do with the 11 million undocumented immigrants in the country. that is a walk down memory lane of his positions. >> right. >> illegal immigrants. they have to go out. they have to leave. >> how do you do it in a practical manner? >> you have to have a deportation force and you will do it humanely. >> will you send in officers? a force of people in people's homes? >> we will give notice. we will say you have to go.
we have at least 11 million people in this country illegally. they will go out. some will come back. they have to come back legally. >> now to be clear, greg, he is not saying how they will go out. whether he will force them out. what are the betting markets thinking? do they think trump now debating himself on immigration is good for his campaign? >> no. two points. number one, he is running out of time. he has only 10 or 11 weeks to go. the electoral college map looks terrible for him. markets like predictability. christine and i talked about this a lot. the markets like to know what to expect. what did we see on sunday on the talk shows? after trump blamed the media for distorting him immigration policy, we did not get a clear signal from kellyanne conway or reince priebus or even from mike pence. i think internally, they are still debating and fighting over what he will say on wednesday.
>> let's listen to kellyanne conway on immigration. you can hear her try to -- i don't know -- not really clearly say what the policy's going to be, but also not go against what -- listen and tell me what you think. >> he wants to address that issue humanely and fairly. those were his words. he also said he wants to not cause harm to people. the question is what to do. he has said that if you want to be here legally, you have to apply to be here legally. we all learned in kindergarten you have to stand in line and wait your turn. he is talking about being fair and humane and fair to the american workers competing for jobs. >> the question is what does donald trump really believe about immigration? does he have the tools to be able to put together a policy that could be enforced?
you heard mike pence talking about he is being a ceo and asking for feedback. i know a lot of ceos. they don't do it that way. >> right. trump, last week or the week before, took a poll of the audience. asked them what they wanted him to do. it is clear, i think, from kellyanne mcconneconway, i thin really good. she wasn't giving talking points for the talk shows. with a speech on wednesday, i think internally, they can't agree on what he will stay with a deportation force. >> or if there is agreement to be fuzzy. the agreement may be they will not be clear on it. greg, overnight, donald trump also on twitter. he uses his campaign on twitter and overnight. that is why it is always good to check in. he basically challenged hillary clinton to release more detailed medical reports. he thinks both candidates should
do it. number one, both candidates have released letters from doctors. hillary clinton's is more detailed than trump's is. his came from a doctor who said he wrote it up in five minutes. do you think this will gather steam? >> it might. we are getting to the point where the key is can you really budge a lot of the core supporters? hillary clinton will get 90% of the democrats no matter what. trump is not at 90% on republicans. he is probably at 80%. things could effect him negatively. this will not move the needle that much. i don't think the clinton e-mails will move the needle that much among her supporters. >> i keep hearing from trump supporters he is under polling. the mainstream media is not getting it right. do you buy that? do the markets or people in markets feel that way? >> i think there is some truth to that, christine.
the pollsters got brexit wrong. if you hold controversial rules like i want out of the eu and i don't like immigrants. are you going tell a complete stranger who calls you on the phone? maybe we under polled trump a point or two, but he is still trailing. >> one thing about polls, they got it right in the primaries when trump kept on pointing to the polls in the primaries. maybe now they could be right, too. you live by the polls, you die by the polls. greg, nice to see you. fed chair janet yellen prepped the world for a rate hike increase. janet yellen cited rosy data and strong labor market on friday. a strong jobs report on friday could determine it. ultra low interest rates propelled stocks to record highs although the u.s. has had a slow growth recovery.
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what a night at l.a.x. chaos. reports of gunfire at the airport were unfounded according to police. you see people not knowing what to do. fleeing there. police say no shots were fired and no injuries reported. a mistaken report of gunfire that caused the terminal evacuation and snarled traffic. a ripple effect of delaying and arriving flights with a 30-minute ground stop ordered by
the faa. officials are blaming it all on loud noises. airport's twitter account noticed police detained a man in a zorro costume. unclear if that is related to the report of loud noises. a great deal of pandemonium. to chicago where police have charged two men with murder in the death of dwyane wade's cousin nykea aldridge. the brothers are gang members and on parole. the brothers were shooting at a man who dropped off women nearby. they say the brothers thought the man might be armed and chased him and started shooting and missed and hit nykea instead. rachel crane sat down with nykea's mother. >> reporter: john and christine, it was moving having this conversation with diane, nykea's mother. she wanted to celebrate her
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♪ ♪ (whispers rocket) does trump still think that 11 million undocumented immigrants throughout the united states need to go? the candidate just announced he will give a major speech on immigration. what will he say? a tragic death in chicago. nba star dwyane wade's cousin shot while pushing here 3-week-old baby in a stroller. overnight, reports of an active shooter at l.a.x. cause chaos at the busy airport. the bizarre story about what happened and by bizarre, a man dressed as zorro waving a
plastic sword. welcome back to "early start." i'm christine romans. >> i'm john berman. the way donald trump is talking about the immigration policy may be over or not. he tweeted he will give a speech on illegal immigration in the state of arizona on wednesday. this comes after a week of vesication after raising questions if he was backing off a central campaign promise. with less than a month to go before the first presidential debate, time is running out for a clear consistent message on immigration. let's get the latest from cnn's diane gallagher. >> reporter: john and christine, that first presidential debate is less than a month away. a campaign official said donald trump spent sunday getting ready for it the he and advisers did debate prep in new jersey. one topic for the debate is
immigration. specifically what should happen to the 11 million undocumented immigrants in the u.s. it is still one dogging the trump campaign. late sunday, trump announced he will give a major speech this wednesday discussing illegal immigration. it will be in arizona which has been key in the debate over what to do about it. this follows last week where he gave contradictory answers about whether he believes all of those in the country illegally have to be deported as he previously stated saying at one point he wanted a softening of the policy and later saying some may see it as him hardening on the issue. what trump is emphasizing is after being elected, he would deport criminals not in the u.s. lawfully and there would be no path to legalization for undocumented immigrants, unless they believe, come back and apply and then pay back taxes. the question is whether trump believes there should be a force to round up and deport all of those in the country illegally.
also he wants it done in a humane way. politicians on both sides questioned where he stood on some of the points and some analysts say that trump was hurting himself by delaying his planned speech. mike pence defended trump's approach. >> you see a ceo at work. someone engaging the american people. listening to the american people. he is hearing from all sides. i promise you, he is a diseaeci leader. he will stand on the principles that underpinned illegal immigration in the country. that is what people will learn. >> reporter: all eyes will be on arizona for answers come wednesday. john, christine. >> diane, thank you. let's break this down with greg
val v valliere. he was working on this over the weekend. i'm reminded about his past moments on the debate stage and wonder what that means for hillary clinton's debate prep as you separate policy from posture. let's listen to a bit of donald trump. >> i watched him meltdown and i tell you it was one of the saddest thing i have seen. you are all talk and no action. what i have seen up there. this guy's a choke artist and this guy's a liar. >> this is a tough business. >> the single biggest liar. you are probably worse than jeb bush. >> his response to attack people on his appearance? >> there is plenty of subject matter right there. >> how important do you think the debates will be in terms of
potentially changing the course of the election? aside of the debates, is there room for an october surprise here? >> i tell you, christine, this is a big deal on september 26th. i think trump will get zingers in. trump appears to be a bully. remember rick lazaro? he sort of bullied her and it back fired on women. trump has to be careful on that. as far as wild card, we will see how this plays out. we talked about immigration and her e-mails. i think the obamacare premiums will be an issue. and wikileaks. julian assange in london claims he has tens of thousands of e-mails he will release in mid-october. there is still room for wild cards. >> i want to follow-up on
obamacare. the kaiser family foundation has a poll with one-third of u.s. counties will have one single insurer. there is a structure problem. i have not heard it on the campaign trail yet. >> that's because everything's been drowned out by immigration and the clinton foundation. you know, i think trump's problem is he has to come up with an alternative to obamacare. most republicans cannot. i tell you, this issue of premiums is a big deal. >> what's going on with the campaign trail is the debate about immigration. trump will give a speech this wednesday. you advise investors. to an extent, you are on the betting markets of the election. do the betting markets like what donald trump has done with immigration this past week? >> i think the markets, like all people, are confused. he contradicted himself with anderson cooper. he has gone back and forth.
i thought his allies on the sunday talk shows were not clear. i don't think they know what he will say on wednesday. i think for the markets, there's a sense we would like to get some predictability. markets like no surprises. we still don't know exactly where he stands. >> you think they are getting ahead of themselves? interest rates so low. a lot of this is central bank fueled. rates will start rising. when i talk to people, they are assuming whoever is president next year will get stuff done with paul ryan. infrastructure or tax reform. are they too optimistic? >> i think the stars will be in alignment, christine, for tax reform. something on infrastructure. it sounds good now in late august. the details could be a little bit difficult. i do think people like paul ryan and chuck schumer will be a big player. they want to do something in the first half of 2017. >> any way to move the needle
for these candidates between now and two months from now? it is a stable race. >> i think there's a lot more to come. whether it is health records or donald trump's taxes. as i said, whether it is more leaks of e-mails. again, we are still in late august. i have a hunch there is more stuff to come. >> greg, we will have you come by and tell us what it means when it happens. nice to see you. early start on your money. global stocks mixed after janet yellen laid the ground work for the interest rate hike this year. the economic data is will cause speculation on the timing of said rate hike. in the u.s., futures are lower. trouble in obamacare. one-third of u.s. counties may have a single health insurer on the affordable care act next year. that is according to a report.
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welcome back. 43 minutes past the hour. overnight, chaos at l.a.x. reports of gunfire at the airport unfounded. police say no shots were fired and no injuries reported. the mistaken report caused a terminal evacuation and snarled traffic. the airport is reporting a ripple effect. delaying arriving and departing flights due to the 30-minute ground stop ordered by the faa. officials blaming this on loud noises. the airport's official twitter account noticed police detained a man in a zorro costume. unclear if the man in the zorro costume or the other chaos is related. two men charged with murder of the death of dwyane wade's
cousin. the brothers were shooting at a man who dropped off some women nearby. they say the brothers thought the man might be armed so they chased him and started shooting and missed. hitting nykea aldridge. cnn's rachel crane sat down with nykea's mother who talked about her daughter's total devotion to her four children. >> reporter: john, it was moving having the conversation with diane, nykea's mother. she wanted to celebrate her daughter's life. she was a fashionista. she described her as simply awesome. she loved to do her hair and a wonderful writer and she loved to write poetry. her life was all about her four children. >> she was just trying to make a better life for her and her kids. that's the most important thing in her life was her kids. you know, to make sure they got out of the situations that she had been in.
they tell each other they miss their mom. they want their mom. it just hurts to hear kids saying they want their mom and their mom won't be in their lives anymore. only through spirit. only through pictures. that's the only way they know their mom for the rest of their lives. the only thing they have to go on is what they had. it's just heartbreaking. it's really -- oh, god -- it's heartbreaking. not to have her here to raise her own children. i truly, truly from the bottom of my heart, i forgive them. i forgive them. i can't bring her back, but i forgive them and i just pray to god that they pray to god to ask for forgiveness for what they have done. they've taken a person's life
senselessly. >> reporter: just heartbreaking hearing the pain that mother is going through. remarkable that she still has a message of forgiveness for the men who committed this crime. this is not the first time diane has gone through this grief. her oldest daughter was killed from gun violence ten years ago. back to you. thank you, rachel. among the attention on the aldridge death. more gun violence in chicago. police say four people have been killed. 24 injured just since saturday afternoon. four people killed and 24 injured since saturday afternoon. chicago tribune reports 2,808 shooting victims so far this year. that is on pace to exceed last year's total of 2,988. you know, a lot of attention paid to this case because it is a celebrity's cousin. the more notable thing is the background of the accused. just out on parole. gun violations in the past. you know, violent crimes in the
past. i think that's something chicago really is looking at this morning. >> our hearts go out to that mother. let's see what is coming up on "new day." chris. >> happy monday to you both. not happy for chicago, because we know it is reality. dwyane wade is a big star. something happened to a member of his family. anything that brings attention to the nation is seen as a positive. whether it is people rotating nf and out of incarceration, they need to address why they have the crime. the crime itself is symptomatic. we will follow-up on the issues as you did. that will reflect on what's going on with the campaign trail. when is the last time we heard one of the candidates talk about how to stop a problem like what we see in chicago. guess what? donald trump is going to give a speech on policy. immigration. it will happen this week. maybe wednesday. we will take you through what it
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we have frederik pleitgen in amatrice. >> reporter: we can show you that now. you can see the excavator on top of the pile of rubble. that is in the process of taking down the house. if you look at the foreground, the firefighters are actually -- the people here are not allowed to go into the quake zone. they are asking the firefighters to bring the personal belongings out of the houses. some of the houses will have to be taken down. the reason they are doing that is because we have a lot of aftershocks going on in the area right now. they are taking down some of the houses simply to make it more safe for the rescue crews to work. we can look here and they are bringing in a baby carriage. they are taking that out of the zone. people of the people in the earthquake zone are losing their
houses all together. many say they know there are still bodies buried in the rubble. they are trying to get to them, but it is difficult to get to them. they say they will retrieve all of the bodies before they clean up. >> thank you, fred. we have tropical storms that might be heading to florida and the carolinas this week. let's get the latest from meteorologist pedram javaheri. >> good morning, john and christine. this is the time of year we watch carefully and look at this. not one, but four tropical interests over the last couple hours that have popped up. tropical depression 8 and 9. oppressing concerns with imminent threat to land. you look climatologically speaking in august and mid-september when you see the peak in activity for tropical activity across this part of the world. the main interests is tropical depression 9 which could become hermine and then ian off the
carolinas. the concern is heavy rainfall. the steering currents are guiding this storm to the north and east. notice the models take it to texas. we believe the storm will impact somewhere around tampa and north of tampa late thursday and friday with heavy rainfall being the main threat. there is a lot of wind shear. notice the rainfall amounts could be heavy on the western and eastern side of florida as more tropical moisture surges in. thank you. global stocks mixed after fed chief janet yellen laid the ground work for an interest rate hike this year. she talked about rosie data and economic data. the jobs report on friday could determine the bump in rates in september or december this year. dow futures down 21 points. trouble in obamacare. one-third of u.s. counties may have only a single health insu e
insurer on the exchange next year. the report found the pull back could mean one option only in 31% of counties. two options in another one-third. why the pull back? companies like united health care and aetna lost too much money and other companies have shutdown. the federal government is officially opening america's skies to drones today. new rules for drones may go into effect today. you may see drones for crop monitoring and film making and firefighting. the rules restrict flying at night. you cannot go higher than 400 feet. they must weigh less than 55 pounds and always in sight of the human operator. the operator has to be licensed by the faa. i will drone on for two more minutes on this. they are good for businesses. it means you won't see drones
delivering packages with these rules. this is all a work in progress. there will be more rules later on. >> these things are everywhere. some rules and regulations may not be a bad thing. a security scare at l.a.x. overnight. we will tell you what caused the busy airport to get travelers out of arriving and departing flights. "new day" picks that up right now. >> this is cnn breaking news. >> good morning. welcome to "new day." 6:00 in the east. we do have breaking news. this big scare at l.a.x. los angeles international airport leading to chaos and widespread panic. why? reports of a gunman. loud noises sending travelers running through terminals and actually on to the tarmacs. >> police shutdown the airport, but found nothing other than a man in a zorro costume which we will explain in a moment. the incident forcing the faa to issue a ground stop.
we have paul vercammen live at l.a.x. >> reporter: alisyn, we know 68 arriving flights were delayed. 12 flights diverted to nearby ontario airport in southern california. they are trying to sort out the mess and there are many flights that did not leave on time because of the ground stop. chaos overnight at los angeles international airport. reports of an active shooter sending travelers running out of several terminals. >> we just saw people sprinting the other way. >> i was in the bathroom, and all the sudden there was a flood of people that came running into the bathroom saying there was a shooter. i mean, everyone is in a huge panic. >> reporter: panicked passengers using emergency exits to get away, some ending up in restricted parts of the airport. the scare leading to a full ground stop of air traffic as police searched the airport. l.a.x. later confirming that the source was likely a loud noise. the false alarm causing a ripple effect of headaches for travelers.
massive gridlock on the freeways leading into l.a.x. and passengers back inside the airport now facing delays as airlines work to get things back on track. the scare at l.a.x. comes just two weeks after a similar incident caused widespread chaos at new york's jfk airport. both incidents highlighting how on edge travelers are following recent terror attacks abroad. and just where did this start? l.a.x. is shaped like a large horseshoe. at the end of one of those horseshoes, this would be terminal eight, gate 82. they say a passenger who had made it through tsa said that he had heard this loud noise that sounded like gunfire. back to you. >> and paul, in an unrelated story, police found a man in a zorro outfit that they thought might have been connected to this. >> reporter: not connected as of