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responded to the foray. and the hurricane warnings are in effect as the tropical storm barrels in. the path shifting. could that storm now wreck the holiday for millions of americans? >> i do not like that path. >> good morning. welcome to "early start." i'm george howell. >> i'm christine romans. it is 5:00 a.m. in the east. donald trump talking tough on immigration. laying out a plan that certainly is not the softening telegraphed over the last week or so. in the highly anticipated speech intended to clear up his positions on the issue, trump laid them out point by fiery point. no amnesty for immigrants in the u.s. illegally. he called the deportation task force. no federal funding for u.s. sanctuary cities like san francisco. no visas for countries without
adequate security screening. here are highlights from the speech. >> zero tolerance for criminal aliens. zero. zero. there are at least 2 million, think of it, criminal aliens now inside of our country. 2 million people. we will begin moving them out day one as soon as i take office. day one. i am going to create a new special deportation task force focused on identifying and quickly removing the most dangerous criminal illegal immigrants in america who have evaded justice just like hillary clinton has evaded justice. maybe they'll be able to deport her. >> trump talking tough on immigration laying out a plan that is not the softening we have been talking about. you heard donald trump there. you heard him layout point by point what he would like to do
here. what's so interesting about so much of this is that donald trump is going back to sort of the beginning again. talking about what he would like to do and sounding very strong and strict on immigration. let's listen to sara murray's reports. >> reporter: good morning, george and christine. anyone who thought donald trump was softening on the immigration policies, got to hear it last night in arizona. he would add 5,000 border patrol agents and triple the number of i.c.e. officers and as for the number of illegal immigrants in the u.s., he said that was border security. he said if they he have legal status, they have to leave and apply through the appropriate channels. >> we will set priorities, but unlike this administration, no one will be immune or exempt
from enforcement. and i.c.e. and border patrol officers will be allowed to do their jobs the way their jobs are supposed to be done. anyone who has entered the united states illegally is subject to deportation. that is what it means to have laws and to have a country. >> reporter: now earlier in the day, he traveled to mexico where he held a cordial meeting with the president of mexico. by the time he got to arizona, he was ready to serve up red meat for his republican base. we saw many sides of donald trump yesterday. today he is campaigning in the battle ground state of ohio. we will see if he will speak to his base or expand it. details on donald trump's trip to mexico with the meeting
with the president nieto. at the briefing that followed their sit down meeting, donald trump said the two men did not discuss the subject of who will pay for the wall. >> we did discuss the wall. we didn't discuss payment of the wall. that will be for a later date. this was a preliminary meeting. i think it was an excellent meeting. >> hours after trump left, nieto tweeted this. at the beginning of the conversation with trump, i made clear mexico will not pay for the wall. the mexican leader told trump that nafta benefits both the united states and mexico. he argued that more than 6 million u.s. jobs rely on exports to mexico. trump has slammed nafta on the campaign trail. >> joining us some sort through the fallout through the immigration day. best selling author is ellis
henican. >> no more mr. softie. >> you heard the headlines. he didn't speak until 9:00 eastern time. what is your headline? >> double down. this was the throaty base donald we got last night. it was subject a huge contrast from the tone in mexico where he was calm. i dare say almost presidential and maybe didn't mention who would pay for the wall. we saw many sides of donald. >> first, his meeting with the mexican president and then second, we will hear from trump on the campaign trail in arizona. >> have a tremendous feeling for mexican-americans not only in terms of friendships, but in terms of the tremendous numbers
that i employ in the united states. they are amazing people. amazing people. >> we will build a great wall along the southern border. and mexico will pay for the wall. they don't know it yet, but they're going to pay for the wall. and they're great people and great leaders, but they will pay for the wall. >> talking about payment of the wall. donald trump eluding to the fact there is some question about whether that was discussed and how it was discussed. we know that the mexican president said that it was discussed and he said no. >> there are two political figu figures. donald needs to nail down his folks and broaden his c constituenc constituency. president nieto has his ratings in the 20s. he has been saying all of those
things about us. he has been getting a lot of flack about that meeting that maybe he wasn't tough enough. >> there is the fact that mexico depends on $25 billion a year. more than oil revenue, to drive economic development in the country. you have donald trump on the campaign. i have not heard him saying it recently. early in the campaign, all that money flowing across, all of the american money across the border, i'll put a stop to that. that would be devastating for mexico. >> it is a two-way street. a lot of americans, 6 million affected by the trade with mexico. i think you mentioned earlier. third largest trading partner in the world. that is likely to grow. there's two nations deeply economically and culturely intertwined. >> it is important to point out donald trump, although we saw two sides of trump, is it the one in arizona that counts most?
is donald trump focusing in on the base and how is that resonating in states like ohio or north carolina? will it grow that particular group he needs? >> george, i think the base loves it. the crowd in phoenix sounded thrilled at the speech. the question of how it grows is the box donald is in. if he is not tough enough, his folks think he is selling out. if he is too tough, it is impossible to bring anybody else into the tent. >> hillary clinton was in ohio. she was in cincinnati yesterday. she talked about donald trump's foray into foreign affairs. listen to donald trump's opponent. >> people have to get to know they can count on you. that you won't say one thing one day and something totally
different the next. and it certainly takes more than trying to make up for a year of insults and insinuations by dropping in on our neighbors for a few hours and flying home again. that is not how it works. >> interesting about the trump supporters, they don't want it how it works. that is the point of the rise of donald trump. is hillary clinton -- donald trump really owned the news cycle yesterday. is that on purpose? her team is sitting back? i have seen people tweeting where's hillary hiding? will we see a more forceful hillary clinton? >> i don't think too much more honestly. that statement is essentially what we will get. don't forget. donald is behind. he has to take chances. >> the polls have been narrowing. >> when you are behind, even if they are narrowing, you have to take risks. i have to say, i don't think you can say this is a bad idea. it made us talk about it.
it was interesting. it was surprising. he didn't do anything that was damaging to himself. he did seem to be operating outside of the normal ways that politicians today. i have to say on balance it was probably a good move for donald. >> the question is did it sway any people on the fence. >> much tougher. >> thank you. the real reason donald trump was invited to meet with mexico's president is money. a source close to the mexican government tell cnn the idea for the invitation came from the finance ministry. those sources say the country wants to show it can work with both candidates. the mexican central bank registered $11 billion in capital outflow in the first half of 2016. investors pulling money out of mexico due to the uncertainty over immigration and trade policies with the u.s.
this is an important relationship. finance officials hope having donald trump in mexico will calm the investors. it is also an attempt to keep the peso from falling. one peso worth 5 u.s. cents. the opposite happens when the polls tighten. really interesting. $24.8 billion in remittance last year from people in america to mexico. that is slightly more than it's oil production. if you are waking up in the florida panhandle, tropical storm hermine is gaining strength. when will it make landfall and how much of the east coast could be effected? and on monday, we will have two special reports on presidential nominees. personal stories. join us for "unfinished
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immigration policy and task force and more. what questions did he leave unanswered hours after meeting with the mexican president. and as expected, the clinton campaign slamming trump's take on immigration. what clinton is saying about trump's pit stop to mexico. hurricane warnings in effect for the panhandle of florida. will the storm wreck the holiday for millions of americans? the latest on the storm. welcome back to "early start." i'm christine romans. >> i'm george howell. breaking overnight. donald trump doubling down on the tough talk speaking to supporters in the state of arizona. trump gave his speech intended to clear up his positions on immigration. this was a fired up donald trump. different than what we saw in mexico city. we will have more on that in a moment, but donald trump had a
general plan point by point, including no amnesty for immigrants in the united states illegally. adding a deportation task force. no federal funding for u.s. sanctuary cities like san francisco. and no visas for visitors from countries without adequate security screenings. here is more from the speech. >> zero tolerance for illegal aliens. 2 million aliens in our country. we will begin moving them out day one as soon as i take office. day one. i am going to create a new special deportation task force focused on identifying and quickly removing the most
dangerous criminal illegal immigrants in america who have evaded justice. just like hillary clinton has evaded justice. maybe they'll be able to deport her. >> we have one fact check to point out from that sound you heard. trump's claim of 2 million criminal illegal immigrants in the u.s. we found that number closer to 1.5 million. trump's speech in arizona came in direct contrast to his last minute trip hours earlier to mexico to visit the president of the country enrique pena nieto. that conversation by all accounts, seemed respectful, but one key question from the meeting. trump's vow to have mexico pay for a border wall. trump said it wasn't discussed. the mexican president said it was and he said no. sara murray has more. >> reporter: good morning, george and christine. anyone who thought donald trump was softening on immigration
policies got their answer last night in phoenix, arizona. he said he would add 5,000 new border agents. he would triple the number of i.c.e. officers and as for the 11 million undocumented immigrants in the u.s., he said that is the border security priority. if they hoped to have legal status, they have to leave, and return and apply through the appropriate channels. >> as with any law enforcement activity, we will set priorities. unlike this administration, no one will be immune or exempt from enforcement and international space stati i.c.ed border patrol officers will be allowed to do their jobs the way their jobs are supposed to be done. anyone who has interred the united states illegally is subject to deportation. that is what it means to have
laws and have a country. >> reporter: now earlier in the day, he traveled to mexico where he held a cordial meeting with the president of mexico. by the time he got to arizona, he was ready to serve up red meat for his republican base. we saw many sides of donald trump yesterday. today he is campaigning in the battle ground state of ohio. we will see if he speaks to the gop base or aims to expand it. back to you. >> details on the trump visit to mexico. the main disagreement to go public from the sit down concerns trump's promised border wall. the briefing that followed, trump said the two did not discuss who pays for the wall. >> we did discuss the wall. we didn't discuss payment of the wall. that will be for a later date. this is a preliminary meeting. >> hours after trump left, president enrique pena nieto tweeted at the
conversation, i made clear that mexico will not pay for the wall. he said more than 6 million jobs rely on mexico. >> let's talk more about the plus/minus from the trump immigration day with best selling author ellis henican here with us. >> good morning. >> let's talk about the two tales of donald trump. one in mexico city and one in arizona. talking to his base. very different personas. let's listen to trump in mexico. >> and i happen to have a tremendous feeling for mexican-americans not only in terms of friendships, but in terms of the tremendous numbers that i employ in the united states. they are amazing people. amazing people. >> we will begin working on
tall, powerful, beautiful, southern border wall. mexico will work with us. i absolutely believe it. especially after meeting with their wonderful, wonderful president today. i really believe they want to solve this problem along with us. >> so two very different donald trumps. help us here. who is he talking to and will it help? >> i'm not sure those two donald trumps would like each other. one was a soft spoken diplomatic guy. one was a fiery preacher. they are aiming at two audiences. i have to tell you, i think the phoenix one won last night. that was the real donald, i think. a little bit of a try on the other side. in the end, the message was all that stuff about me softening, forget about it. >> i think the new york times
also thought that donald trump yesterday was the phoenix donald trump. the top editorial. mr. trump's deportation nation. it is ridiculous that the proposa proposals, not so much policy, as empty words repeated should have gotten him as far as they have. he will wear that as a badge of honor. >> look at this like this, that is the horse that donald rode in on. to the extent he got this far is giving a full-throated clear, some say simple minded approach to a complex issue. it has worked for him to a certain extent. there is an argument it will not get him home in november. >> the question, you know, we heard from other analysts who said the outreach to african-americans and outreach
to hispanics, not the case. the focus is on the working class white voters and convince those who might have been on the fence. did it work here? will that play well in states like ohio and north carolina where he needs those supporters? >> you know, the polls seem to be tightening a little bit. we can argue about why that is. my sense is it has more to do with the clinton side than the progress that donald trump has made. you cannot deny the numbers. so something is going on. i guess that means we're likely to get more of it. >> 68 more days. we will see what the strategies are. the clinton campaign making a statement on the speech last night. in his darkest speech yet, donald trump showed us he will continue the long record of divisiveness and campaign of hate. do you think there is a strategy where the clinton campaign is sitting back and letting trump be trump and dominate the
headlines? i keep getting the tweets where is hillary. >> that is part of it. you are on to something. i noticed from the clinton campaign overnight. sending out tweets from other embarrassing people who liked the speech. ann colter. and david duke. >> we'll talk to you soon. >> a lot of subtle back and forth. >> some subtle and some not so subtle. 67 days. we'll put that down. thank you. after the big immigration speech and trip to mexico, still unclear where he stands on trade. these two stories are very important for the countries. he told reporters in mexico city, he wanted to improve nafta. he said he would renegotiate it directly.
mexico is the third largest trading partner for the u.s. the internal politics of the mexican economy are interesting. the top source of foreign income remittances. people sending money back to mexico from the u.s. nearly $24 billion of cash. nearly all of it from the u.s. that is more than the country made from selling oil. a major oil producer and exporter, but it is getting more money from citizens who left its country and moved here. donald trump said earlier he would continue targeting those remittances to force mexico to pay for the border wall. the proposal critics say would devastate the mexican economy. they do not want to risk not having a relationship with this potential president if that is his view on foreign revenue. >> important to point out remittances. rosa flores did a story on this. think about the towns and
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panhandle of florida. the storm system moves over and rides the atlantic coastline and sunday afternoon it could produce heavy rainfall in new york and boston if it keeps the close track to the eastern seaboard. the heavy rainfall where you expect from panama city to savannah. 4 to 6 inches this holiday weekend. guys. okay. >> time to take a look at what is coming up on "new day." alisyn camerota joins us. >> guys, good morning. so did these guys talk about who was going to pay for the border wall or not? there are conflicting reports this morning. donald trump says no, they didn't discuss it. president enrique pena nieto says yes, they did. he told trump he will never pay for it. we will have all sorts of comments on trump's visit to mexico and his big immigration speech in arizona. we will have the vp nominee tim kaine on with what he thought about it. we will have former mexican
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that. of course, there is the case of the two twins who were just 5 days old. born premature when their mother was in libya and, of course, they were picked up by the italian navy. at the time, they were dehydrated and suffering from malnutrition and hypothermia. they were flown to a hospital in sicily where doctors say they and their mother are doing much better. that's basically the only good news coming out of this ever unfolding tragedy coming from libya. george. >> it is a desperate situation for so many people. our senior international correspondent ben wedeman live in rome. thank you. 55 minutes past the hour on this first day of september. let's get an early start on your money. dow futures are up. optimism ahead of the jobs report driving the market.
stocks slipped yesterday to end august where it started. gains in european markets. it has been eerily quiet in stocks. check out the past 38 days. s&p has not made a daily move of 1% not since july 8th. a 17-day streak in there where the index did not move more than 0.75% in either direction. that hasn't happened since 1970. this calm is impressive because there are so many market moving factors. unpredictable election. oil prices. changing bets on when the fed will raise rates. four pieces of information to help the fed make the decision. personal income increased and spending increased in july. home sales up 1.3%. and 177,000 net new private
sector jobs in august. that is all a decision to make it easier to raise rates. tesla is rolling out improvements to the auto pilot software. model s owners will have the software next month. the improvements will involve advanced processing of radar signals. auto pilot relies on radars and cameras. critics are calling for changes following a series of crashes, including one fatal accident. that's the latest on the tesla plan. >> it is a cool concept. a lot to figure out. donald trump is doubling down with his base in a major speech. quite to the contrary of the donald trump we saw in mexico. the clinton campaign is digging in. it is all ahead on "new day"
which starts right now. >> are you ready? we will build a great wall. >> he lies every other minute of the day. >> i call it extreme vetting. it's going to be so tough. >> trying to make up for a year of insults by dropping in on our neighbors for a few hours. that's not how it works. >> hillary clinton has been in hiding, donald trump is doing what leaders do. >> we will break the cycle. there will be no amnesty. >> by the way, mexico's not paying for his wall either. >> 100%. mexico will pay for the wall. >> this is "new day" with chris cuomo and alisyn camerota. >> good morning. welcome to "new day." it is thursday, september 1st. it's september. 6:00 in the east. up first, donald trump laying out his latest immigration plan in a fiery speech in arizona.
trump vowing no amnesty or path to citizenship for millions of undocumented immigrants. >> a tale of two trump. avoiding who pays for the wall. saying it wasn't discussed. the mexican president said that wasn't true. he told trump mexico will not pay for the wall. in arizona, trump was back to the harsh stance. let's >> reporter: good morning to you, chris. this was not a softening at all. trump declared no amnesty, calling for the wall, saying mexico will pay for it. but he did not give a definitive answer about what he'll do with those noncriminals living here in president u.s. illegally. >> there will be no amnesty. >> reporter: donald trump recommitting to a fired up no mercy stance on illegal immigration. >> for those here illegally today who are seeking legal
status, they will have one route and one route only. to return home and apply for re-entry like everybody else under the rules of the new legal immigration system. >> reporter: the billionaire vowing to swiftly expel millions who have overstayed their visas and undocumented criminals. >> i am going to create a new special deportation task force focused on identifying and quickly removing the most dangerous criminal illegal immigrants in america who have evaded justice, just like hillary clinton has evaded justice, okay. maybe they'll be able to deport her. >> reporter: insisting he will detain and remove anyone caught crossing the border. >> we are going to end catch and release. >> reporter: and force other countries to take back their citizens who have been