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between campaign stops in ohio, he allowed a small media pool on his plane for the first time. they asked trump whether he might support a path to legal status for undocumented immigrants and turning his back on the hard line policy he laid down only a week ago. trump said he would not rule that out. more from cnn's sara murray. >> reporter: good morning. donald trump added another layer of confusion to where he stands on the immigration debate. particularly what to do with the millions of undocumented immigrants liv s living in the states. he told reporters that is something he would deal with down the line after the security measures he proposed. >> can you rule out one possibility? >> i'm not ruling out anything. >> legal pathwstatus or pathway
legal status? >> no. >> for those seeking legal status, they have one route only. to return home and apply for reentry like everybody else. >> reporter: now trump's muddled position on immigration threatened to overshadow the message he was trying to drive home yesterday talking about jobs as he campaigned across the battle ground state of ohio. it is certainly clear we are in the final stretch of the presidential campaign. donald trump will be hitting not one, but two important swing states today. north carolina and virginia. back to you. sara, thank you. today, hillary clinton heads to tampa for an event on national security. she will fly aboard her new campaign plane. a 737. she is now traveling with the press corps. secretary clinton had been under fire for not holding a news conference for nearly nine months. she took questions from reporters in flight. they asked about her recently released e-mails demonstrate a
casual attitude toward classified material. >> you know, i went into the state department understanding classification. i had been on the senate armed services committee for years before i was secretary of state. i take classification seriously. the fact i couldn't remember certain meetings whether or not they had occurred doesn't in any way affect the commitment that i had and still have to the treatment of classified material. >> all right. helping us survey the political landscape this morning is political reporter eric bradner from the washington bureau. good morning. >> good morning. >> it was a few minutes into the moments she had with the press on her plane yesterday. it was all about e-mails to start. with hillary clinton taking a moment to try to defend herself with this possible russian hacking of the dnc.
listen to what she said. >> this is like watergate. only now in cyber time. breaking in to the democratic national committee physically or into electronic files to withdraw information to be used for political purposes. it is stunning that we are facing this and especially from a foreign power. >> eric, hillary clinton seems to be using the press on the plane to her advantage. she's able to actually, you know, defend herself with numerous points of what's going on in the campaign. >> that's right. she has gone so many months without engaging with te press in an open forum like this. she has done interviews. she met with local reporters and with magazines that are taking a friendly bend. she hasn't done a gaggle like
that, right? a meeting with a broad group of reporters to throw anything at her. now she is, she is having an opportunity to push back against some of the story lines that festered through the month of august when she was really focused on fund raising. she raised $140 million during the month. so, yeah. the watergate thing got a lot of headlines. what's missing is the involvement of the president, of course. there's not richard nixon ordering russia to infiltrate the dnc. but she is able to push a story line that had sort of not been picked up on when it was her campaign surrogates. >> there may be a president involved. just not a u.s. president. it could be vladimir putin. focus on clinton and the clinton foundation. now a lot of focus on donald trump for a political donation.
$25,000. the trump foundation, which is interesting in and of itself. charities cannot give to politicians. $25,000 the foundation gave to the attorney general of florida pam bondi at the time they were considering the lawsuit over trump university. listen to what trump said. >> i never spoke to her. first, she is beyond reproach. fine person. never spoke to her about it at all. many attorney generals turned that case down. i'll win that case in court. i never spoke to her about it. >> this is a case where money was given while an attorney general was decides something directly related to trump there. does this smell like the appearance of conflict? >> it sure looks like pay to play. but the reason this is damaging for trump isn't so much what it says about him, right? the fact that he threw a charitable foundation gave
$25,000 to the attorney general of florida who did not prosecute the trump university case. he is trying to argue hillary clinton is too accessible to moneyed interests and to people and corporations that can pay for access through the clinton foundation. and yet, here's a pretty clear example of the same sort of thing on trump's side. it raises the rebuttal to any clinton foundation criticism. what about that donation to pam bondi? what about trump university? that is why this is damaging to trump. he has been making the same point about hillary clinton and this is a rather easy one to understand. trump was fined. he paid $2,500 to the irs. that's why this is a problem. >> and speaking of rebuttals. we saw joe biden on the campaign trail yesterday laboring on labor day defending hillary clinton on her trust issues that
she has with voters. listen to what he said. >> hillary knows it's a problem. she's trying to figure out how to remedy it. my advice is to talk about what you care about. talk about it with passion. and people will see through it. >> this is an ongoing theme with hillary clinton. that trust issue that voters have with her. is this just the way to handle it? just open it up and be honest about the issues she has? is the campaign making head way on this? >> i think clinton herself is quite a bit more skeptical than that. she thinks that there's not a ton to gain by being open and honest with the press and with everybody else. she feels like she's tried that over three decades in public life. it just hasn't worked out for her. that's joe biden offering a glimpse of what he would have
been like as a presidential candidate. clinton will have to play a more public role than we have seen in the past few weeks. the first debate coming up september 26th where she will be challenged by a moderator and by donald trump on a lot of this stuff. tough questions are coming, but really remains to be seen over the coming days whether hillary clinton getting on the press plane and taking questions will be a regular occurrence or just a one or two time to keep trump from being able to say it has been 300 days since she held a conference. >> what about trump? can you trust him to be commander in chief? she will focus on national security. clinton has a new ad out. let's play a little clip of the
ad. >> i know more about isis than
the generals do. >> john mccain. a war hero. >> he's not a war hero. he's a war hero because he was captured. i like people that weren't captured. >> how would you answer that? what sacrifice have you made? >> i made a lot of sacrifices. built structures. >> those are
sacrifices? >> former senator of him watching that in the end there. interesting ad. >> really interesting ad. donald trump's advantage in the election is largely with white men. hillary clinton isn't just making a play for veterans there. she is making a play for what we call security moms. people who are suburban and often college educated and often white women who are socially
concerned about national security and problematic for democrats for that reason. in some elections, this is going back to the john mccain incident that is a year old. the veterans found offensive. this is something that hillary clinton is definitely going to make a recurring theme. it remains to be seen which states she puts this ad in and how much money she puts behind it. we can expect this attack to come up over and over. especially from clinton herself in debates because this is something she is really comfortable with having served as secretary of state. >> she has a speech today that hits the same themes. eric, thank you. talk to you in a little bit. president obama getting an apology overnight from a world leader. a world leader who hurled some vulgar insults at him. will these two men meet? this is just part of the drama on the president's crucial overseas trip. we're live next.
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yet another big shift in immigration policy for donald trump. and what's becoming a daily occurrence. trump backs off one of the hard line stances. what did he tell reporters on his private plane? hillary clinton a news conference in the sky for the first time flying with the traveling press. how did she respond to the barrage of questions? find out ahead. president obama getting an apology from the president of the philippines. what vulgarity did he throw at president obama? we are traveling with the president on his trip to asia. welcome back to "early start." i'm alison kosik. >> i'm john berman. nice to see you this morning. this morning, both candidates on the trail in force as we kickoff the new stretch of the campaign season. in just in time, trump has a new position on illegal immigration.
the republican nominee allowed a small media pool on his plane. they asked trump if he might support a path to legal status for undocumented immigrants. something that was distinctly not part of his speech on immigration one week ago. now donald trump says he would not rule that out. the latest from sara murray. >> reporter: good morning, john and alison. donald trump added yet another layer of the issue on what to do with the undocumented immigrants living in the united states. he told reporters yesterday that is something he would deal with later down the line after he puts in place the security measures he proposed. >> can you rule out one possibility in the determination is -- >> i'm not ruling out anything. >> a pathway to legal status? >> no. >> reporter: that is a far cry from the immigration speech he delivered a week ago.
>> 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 reentry like everybody else. >> reporter: now trump's muddled position on immigration threatened to overshadow the message he was trying to drive home yesterday. talking about jobs as he campaigned across the battle ground state of ohio. it is clear we are in the final stretch of the campaign. donald trump will be hitting not one, but two important swing states today. north carolina and virginia. back to you. >> sara, thank you. today, hillary clinton travels to florida for an event in tampa. this is a sign the presidential race is upon us and secretary clinton will fly aboard her newly christened campaign plane. the 737 which is carrying her traveling press corps.
mrs. clinton under pressure because she has not held a press conference for 300 days. reporters asked if her recently released e-mails demonstrate a casual attitude toward classified material. >> you know, i went into the state department understanding classification. i had been on the senate armed services committee for years before i was secretary of state. i take classification seriously. the fact i couldn't remember certain meetings whether or not they had occurred doesn't in any way effect the commitment that i had and still have to the treatment of classified material. >> all right. let's talk about all these developments on earth and in the sky. we are joined by cnn political reporter eric bradner in washington. eric, great to see you. let's start with air trump as it were. donald trump faced questions for
the first time really about the political donation he made over the last year. this is fascinating. so much has been made about the clinton foundation alleged pay to play. donald trump's charity gave $25,000 to a committee to pam bondi, the attorney general of florida, while her office was considering to join the lawsuit against trump university. they did not join that lawsuit. later, that donation violated all kinds of laws and rules and trump paid a fine. it is very, very interesting. this comes out. this is what donald trump said about it. >> i never spoke to her. first of all, she is beyond reproach. a fine person. never spoke to her about it at all. many of the attorney generals turned that case down because i'll win that case in court. many attorney generals throughout the country turned that case down. >> there are a lot of clinton defenders here. there is one guy who paid a fine for a donation. one guy who gave a donation that could be seen as pay to play
here. so why hasn't this been a bigger problem for trump? >> the difference is for trump, this is one instance we know about. this is a bad one. it's pretty clear. it looks a lot like bribery. but on the other hand, there is a constant stream of stories about the clinton foundation and various donors whether we are talking about individuals or corporations or corporations on behalf of individuals that have given and then gotten access to clinton or her aides during her time as secretary of state. and so this is the rebuttal. it is like, this, but donald trump got this and got caught and busted by the irs and had to pay a fine. it limits trump's ability to prosecute clinton over the clinton foundation stuff, but you are right. this hasn't gotten a ton of
attention on the trump side because in part it is because he is always in the middle of some form of controversy and the trump university news has been out for several months. >> all right. switching gears to hillary clinton. she did a lot of talking on the campaign trail yesterday. news flash. she's human. it is interesting she had a couple of coughing fits yesterday. it is interesting how she handled it. listen to this quick sound bite here. [ coughing vigorously ] >> every time i think about trump, i get allergic. >> and some are saying that was actually quite funny. her first unscripted joke that made people laugh. we had kellyanne conway tweeting must be allergic to media. we're all human.
we cough. it is building that persona for hillary that she is human. she can make a joke. she can roll with it. >> people close to hillary clinton have always said she is very warm and funny in person. but campaigning is not her strong suit. she always admitted she likes governing. doesn't really like campaigning. especially the part that involves dealing with the press. yeah, she doesn't have these moments very often. i thought the kellyanne conway response was funny, too, in part, because you read that and it almost reads like a message to the trump campaign like hey, stay on message. stay focused on hillary clinton here. don't evolve into conspiracy theories about her health. that's something that a lot of conservatives and trump supporters have been pushing lately despite. it was a funny moment and funny
response from trump's campaign manager. >> it is interesting as well. yesterday, the washington post came out with a report talking about how u.s. intelligence officials are seeking if the russian officials are hacking. let's see what she said. >> this is like watergate. only now in cyber time. breaking into the democratic national committee either physically or into electronic files to withdraw information to be used for political purposes. it is stunning that we are facing this and especially from a foreign power. >> i am curious whether or not this will resonate with voters. whether it is something voters will base their decisions on. it is interesting for democrats and republicans. that's for sure. >> if she is going to make a watergate comparison, she needs a u.s. president involved.
this shows her flying with the press corps on the same plane. she gets to drive the message. >> eric bradner, thank you for getting up early. it is time for an early start on your money. asian shares closed mostly higher. european markets mostly higher. u.s. stock market back in action today after being closed for the labor day holiday. futures are pointing to a slightly higher opening. oil prices are jumping on hopes that saudi arabia and russia agreed to work together. prices jumped 3% monday and now sitting above $45 a barrel. two oil producers said that they may limit output in the future raising hopes that other opec nations may freeze production. the world is awash in oil. any hopes of tackling the oil supply glut will send prices higher.
we have not seen them hit below $26 from february, but still down more than 50% since 2014. if this agreement takes fruition, we will see how manipulation of the market makes the oil prices go up or if there is a freeze on production. >> a lot of room. president obama getting an apology after the president of the philippines seemed to call him -- wait for it -- son of a whore. how is this affecting the president's trip overseas to asia? will the president accept this apology? that's effects.
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the tragedies of the vietnam war. he is also making headlines with the president of philippines who says he regrets his comments and how it came across as attack on the president. we have michelle kosinski in laos. good morning. >> reporter: alison, it is difficult to overstate how unusual this is. you know, president obama tries to put the best face on these meetings as any leader would do. even with the glaring differences. you have another leader. the president of the philippines lashing out calling president obama a profane name to reporters and threatening to curse him further. this would have been their first meeting if president obama brought up the vigilante style killings during the philippines drug war that's going on right now. the white house canceled this straightaway. they said the comments indicated
this would not be a constructive meeting. and it would be a disservice to the filipino people to do this now. today, president duterte said he regrets his comments as a personal attack on president obama. he wants to meet with him at some point constructively in the future. for now, president obama is building that relationship starting with $90 million over the next three years to remove some 80 million unexploded bombs of the more than 270 million that the u.s. dropped on laos during the vietnam war. listen. >> i also know that the remnants of war continue to shatter lives here in laos. many of the bombs that were dropped were never exploded. over the years, thousands of laotians have been killed or injured. farmers tending their fields.
children playing. the wounds, a missing leg or arm, last a lifetime. that's why as president, i dramatically increased our funding to help remove these unexploded bombs. >> reporter: and president obama tomorrow plans to meet with some of the victims. alison. >> michelle kosinski live from laos. thank you. speaking of laos. i'm joined by chris cuomo to take a look at what is coming up on "new day." >> oh, j.b. good morning, you and alison kosik. post labor day. new phase. heading into fall. kids heading into school. berman's teams fade or exposed in some bad way. we have a campaign reset for you. a new poll taking you inside what is a very tight race. why? we're going to show you and get you caught up on all the factors that matter according to the poll. we will tell you what is just
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exploded outsided c.a.r.e. compound in kabul. this follows three other bombings in kabul earlier in the day. the taliban claimed responsibility for the twin blasts outside the ministry of defense. russian president vladimir putin trying to put the positive spin on the possible deal of the cease-fire in syria. the russian leader told reporters agreement may come within a few days. talks at the g20 summit in china failed to produce a deal. the two sides agreed to continue to negotiate. senior correspondent frederik pleitgen is following the latest from moscow. fred, what does the deal hinge on now? >> reporter: it still hinges on a lot of differences the two sides have over exactly how that deal is supposed to look. we have to keep in mind this is more than a cease-fire agreement
with russia and u.s. it would lead to cooperation on the battle field as well and coordinating the air campaigns. that is where the u.s. has the major issue. they still say the russian air strikes in syria are producing way too many civilian casualties. they want the russians to curb that quickly. the two sides have issues is which groups do you strike and which do you not? they are working together with al qaeda and some working with isis. some are vetted by the u.s. and are only opposed to bashar al assad and those should be left alone. there are a lot of technical details as both sides say. they seem to be quite major technical details that are in the way. you also have the issue of humanitarian access especially in aleppo, which john, is under siege again by bashar al assad forces. how do you get goods in there to
secure them? the president after his meeting with vladimir putin said there are still issues of mutual trust preventing agreement. vladimir putin seemed more positive saying there could be agreement within the next couple days. both sides can agree on, john, it is very important to reach agreement quickly because of the terrible suffering of the civilians there. both sides said they want negotiations to continue and reach a deal as fast as possible. >> it is likely thousands of people in syria caught in the middle of this. they care less about the gaps of trust. they want action soon. fred pleitgen, thank you. phyllis schlafly has passed away. the founder of the eagle forum. she remained active right up until recently. endorsing donald trump. donald trump called schlafly a conservative icon who led
millions to action. let's get an early start on your money. we are seeing a lot of green arrows around the world. asian shares closed mostly higher. european markets are mixed. the u.s. stock markets are in action after being closed for labor day. futures are pointing to a higher opening. and the company whose satellite destroyed in a rocket explosion last week will get $50 million or a free flight as compensation. the spacecom satellite was blown to pieces when the spacex rocket exploded in florida. spacecom shares dropped 9% on thursday. trading suspended and trading dropped another 34% when resumed. your car may soon get remember updanew updates with
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the remnants of war continue to shatter lives here in laos. >> president obama overseas trip overshadowed by a diplomatic sp spat. >> i want to make sure if i have a meeting, it is constructive. >> the media painted this as anti-american. that is not the case. he is exercising his constitutional right. >> he created a big division that did not have to be there. >> this is about human rights. >> this is "new day" with chris cuomo and >> i feel good. >> i'm starting fresh. >> good morning. it's a new day, tuesday september 6th, 6:00 a.m. in the east. up first, the post-labor day push. this is the sprint to the finish in the race for president. and that race is tight. we have for you this morning a full accounting of what is driving this race rightly and
wrongly. and we have a look at what happened when hillary clinton took questions from the press this weekend. >> okay. this morning we have this new cnn national poll and it shows the race is as tight as possible. we are nine weeks away from election day, but early voting begins in 17 days for some folks. the first showdown between trump and clinton, it's 20 days away. that of course will be their first debate. so we have all of the political headlines covered for you beginning with the breaking news. >> so our new cnn/orc poll shows a statistical dead heat. in fact, trump has a slim lead on hillary clinton. clinton's post convention bounce gone. some headlines, my friend. >> good morning, chris. let's get to the four-way race we're showing basically a margin