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plans seems to be an order to generals to figure out a plan to fight isis in 30 days. so much going on. cnn's sara murray traveling with the trump campaign brings us the latest. >> reporter: good morning, john and christine, well, donald trump stuck to his message of gnash security as he's campaigning in virginia and north carolina. in a fiery speech here in greenville, he went after hillary clinton over her use of a private e-mail serve are saying this is disqualifying behavior for a presidential candidate. and specifically talked about the way she destroyed her e-mails about wiping her e-mails. he called this shady even suggests it was criminal. >> if she alied for a low-level job at the state department today, just a low-level job, she couldn't even get a security clearance based on what she's done. her conduct is disqualifying. by the way, who uses 13
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different iphones? in four years. the only people who use that many phones are usually involved in very, very and i mean very shady activity. >> reporter: well, there was another change in donald trump's speech and that was him behaving almost more like a traditional candidate and almost laying out a plan for the first 100 day as president. in addition to repealing obama care, he said he would build a wall. and give his generals just 30 days for a plan on how to defeat isis. donald trump is back on the trail with nontraditional stops for republican candidates. he'll in philadelphia and new york. back to you, guys. after his national security speech, donald trump heads to new york city for a town hall. one-hour commander in chief
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forum. donald trump and hillary clinton will answer questions in front of an audiencecomprised of veterans. now, hillary clinton is escalating her attack on donald trump speaking to reporters on her plane for the second day in a row after voiding them for the better part of a year. >> reporter: john and christine, hillary clinton taking questions on her plane for the second time in two days using the opportunity to both defend herself and launch fresh attacks at donald trump particularly on his business practices and business relationships trying to turn around the narrative on honesty and trustworthiness that has been dogging her throughout her run for president. she focused once again on the fact that donald trump has not released his income tax returns. >> he said that the american people don't care about his tax returns. and in fact, he's also said that
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it's none of our business, i just think he's dead wrong. i'm going to continue to raise this, because i think it is a fundamental issue about him in this campaign we're going to talk about one way or another. for the next 62 days. because he clearly has something to hide. >> reporter: here at a public event in tampa, florida, on tuesday, hillary clinton once again zeer flowing on national security and veteran issues. something that's expected to continue in the forefront as we approach the september 11th anniversary. neither candidate is expected to be on the trail on that day. john and christine. >> joe johns for us in tampa this morning. clinton and trump at tonight's commander in chief forum hoping to sets up a national security debate. cnn's eric radner up for live
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for us this morning. eric, i want to talk about donald trump plan to defeat isis. he has said -- >> it's a secret plan. >> he wouldn't for a long time, he didn't want to say what his plan was that would be tipping off isis as to how he was going to defeat them. listen. >> so i'm going to convene my top generals and give them a simple instruction. they will have 30 days to submit to the oval office a plan for soundly and quickly defeating isis. we have no choice. >> so, that is the secret plan to defeat isis is to tap the generals, to come with a plan in 30 days to defeat isis. how does that burnish his national security credentials here? >> this plan "b" to make a plan is not really a plan. that sounds very good, right? but what donald trump was trying to do yesterday, he rolled out a list of 88 retired top military
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brass who are endorsing his campaign. he's trying to send the message that his leadership style is to surround himself with the best people and empower them. he's never going to match hillary clinton's foreign policy credentials. he's not been a secretary of state. he hasn't been in congress. he doesn't have that background. he's sort of doing the best he can in surrounding himself with as many experienced military hands as he can. his core campaign proposal throughout this entire race has been acompetency, right? the idea that he's a manager who can get things dub and bring a fresh sight perspective. who can lead the right people, whereas, hillary clinton can't. so that's sort of what he's offering here but it is a little bazaar to hear. >> well, it actually contradicts his earlier statements, right? he said he had a separate plan to defeat isis. now he said he wants the
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generals to come up with a plan. it's basically laying out that maybe he never had a plan. we'll press trump adviser because it's i think an interesting distinction to make. in the latest cnn/orc polling on terrorism, donald trump leads 51% to 45% over clinton who would better handle terrorism. but on foreign policy hillary clinton leading 56% to 40%. so what you see here is how each campaign is going at this somewhat differently, right? >> right. >> donald trump saying i'm strong enough to battle isis. hillary clinton saying i actually know how to do this kind of work. i imagine that's what we'll hear from them today. >> absolutely, john. that's a great point. it's interesting to see that both candidates decided on their own to focus on national security coming out of the labor day weekend. this is when americans tend to tune into politics, and they've both identified this as a top
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priority for them. for hillary clinton there are several advantages here. one, active duty military will actually begin voting early. later this month, some of those ballots will go out. so, that's one reason to focus on this. but hillary clinton is just more comfortable talk about this. it's something she likes to hit donald trump on. and she's also going for this group of voters that we know as security moms. like these are middle class women living in places like the philadelphia suburbs, where clinton is outpolling trump, who had a really significant impact on the outcome of the election. they're focused on terrorism. especially after orlando. that sort of thing. so, it's a really commander poll of voters for both candidates. >> at the same time, you know, trustworthiness is something that certainly her opponent is pushing about hillary clinton. and he's talked about the e-mail, e-mail, e-mail, it just never goes away. and to address that sort of the
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gaggle on the plane yesterday. tlouns what she said. >> on 39 separate occasions, 39 she said she couldn't recall details about her mishandling. >> okay. so that was donald trump talking about the mishandling of that. she was on a plane yesterday saying -- do we have that sound bite on the plane. okay. she basically said the fbi resolved all of this. the report answers all the questions, the findings, including debunking the conspiracy theory. and in the conspiracy machine factory. and she said, you know, they're choosing to focus on her trustworthiness instead of coming up with policy. that was her response. >> right. so, juxtapose his talk about hillary clinton's e-mails about the claims about trump and his
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taxes and having something to hides, and it's a great demonstration. this is going to be the most negative campaign in recent memory, right? these candidates have both sort of given up on improving their own trustworthy numbers. so it's all about being more trustworthy than the other person, right? so driving the other person's numbers into the ground. and trump is not going to drop the e-mail criticism. nothing that hillary clinton can say about, you know, a conspiracy machine factory is ever going to get him to drop this. nor is hillary clinton going to drop the tax issue. this is something that they're just going to be beating each up over for the next two months. >> eric bradner, great to see you this morning. thank you very much. time for an early start on "your money." most americans think the job market is in worst shape than it really is. a new survey believes 57% of americans believe the unemployment rate is higher than
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the current rate of 4.9%. 40% say yeah it's about 4.9. donald trump has repeatedly blasted the unemployment rate on the campaign trail. he calls it a hoax. is ma eye have americans are fearing on the presidential race. the job prospects for the next generation may be weaker than today. here's an interesting twist. when researchers asked allow would you rate your personal financial situation, 52% say good or excellent. about a third say fair shape. just 14% say they're doing poorly. >> 86% fair or better i have to believe that's a lot better than it was, you know, eight or nine years ago. >> i think people are concerned about wages. i think people are concerned about the job hopping they see around, it's harder, part-time employment. when you look at the core of the labor market over the past seven years, people who are full-time employed, you know, they are seeing raises and they are
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keeping its word on having long-term staying power here in asia, which is an enormous economy. he said some not so nice words for congress, though, which is not taking up the tpp listen. >> we're in a political season now and it's always difficult to get things done. congress isn't doing much right now. they're all going home and talking to their constituents trying to get re-elected. so, after the election, i think, people can refocus attention on why this is so important. >> reporter: well what about president obama and 2016? white house source says he is looking forward to getting out on the trail. he sees the huge stakes. and he feels he wants to emphasize that he feels hillary clinton is the only one who is up to the task of being president of the united states. so far, we've only seen him do three events. he did, remember, the event with
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national security day on the campaign trail. a big day planned with new attacks planned, also some new policy. we'll tell you all about it. that's coming up. president obama laying into congress for refusing to act on a landmark trade deal. we'll bring you some of the president's remarks. cnn is live in laos. welcome back to "early start." i'm christine romans. >> i'm john berman. very nice to see you this morning. about 30 minutes after the hour now. new this morning with no lead in this presidential race secure, national security will be in the spotlight with new proposals and new attacks on the way.
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aides to donald trump said this morning, trump will call for a significant increase in military spending to secure military cuts part of the sequester, remember that? donald trump will also go after hillary clinton's foreign policy vision which he says favors, quote, military adventurism. overnight, donald trump seemed to reveal part of what had been his secret plan to defeat isis. that plan now appears to be simply order his generals to figure out a way to beat isis in 30 days. that and trump blasts secretary clinton over her e-mails and claims she never talks policy. sara murray traveling with the trump campaign has the latest. >> reporter: good morning, john and christine. donald trump stuck to his message of national security as he's campaigning in virginia and north carolina. in a fiery speech here in greenville, he went after hillary clinton over her use of a private e-mail server saying this is disqualifying behavior for the presidential candidate,
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he specifically talks about how he destroyed devices and wiping her e-mails he called this shady activity even suggesting it was criminal. >> if she alight for a low-level job at the state department today, just a low-level job, she couldn't even get a security clearance based on what she's done done. her conduct is disqualifying. by the way, who uses 13 different iphones. in four years. the only people who use that many phones are usually involved in very, very, and i mean very shady activity. >> well, there was another change in donald trump's speech and that was him behaving almost more like a traditional candidate and laying out his plan in the first 100 days as president. in addition to saying he would
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appeal obamacare and build a wall along the southern border, he would give the generals just 30 days to come with a plan for beating isis. >> thank you for sha. after his national security speech, trump heads to new york city for a national security town haul event at the one-hour commander in chief forum trump and hillary clinton will each answer questions from an audience surprised mainly of veterans and active duty troops. now with the cnn poll showing the race in a dead heat, secretary clinton is escalating her own attacks on trump. speaking with reporters on her campaign plane for a second day in a row after avoiding them for the better part of the year. she used it as a time to talk about his tax returns until the irs completes its audit. >> he said that the american people don't care about his tax returns. in fact, he's also said that
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it's november our business. i just think he's dead wrong. i'm going to continue to raise this, because i think it is a fundamental issue about him. in this campaign, that we're going to talk about in one way or another, for the next 62 days. because he clearly has something to hide. >> all right. let's talk about the politics today. joining us, eric bradner, live from washington. from cnn politics, eric, thanks so much for being with us. we just heard hillary clinton talking about donald trump and his taxes. earlier, we heard trump "endeavour" talking about hillary clinton and issues over e-mails. now, hillary clinton sort of responded during her second flying press conference in two days. essentially saying, you know, these charges leveled at me. i've dealt with this type of thing before. listen to what she said. >> the fbi resolved all of this. their report answered all of the
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questions. their findings included debunking his latest conspiracy theories. i believe i've created so many jobs in the sort of the conspiracy theory machine factory. that's how they want to spend their time, instead of looking to address the problems of the american people, that's their choice. >> it's an interesting response. i've created a lot of jobs when it comes to, you know, the conspiracy theory machine there. in a way it's trying to brush it off. in another way, it's admitting that a lot of people have asked a lot of questions over the years. >> that's right, it's a funny line, she's trying to move on by saying there's nothing more to say here, right? but at the same time, it's not going to go away, and she knows that. clinton is addressing these issues more, now that she's doing these meetings with reporters on her campaign plan. but in this election cycle, neither candidate is viewed as trustworthy by the american
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public, right? so donald trump is continually pounding hand her other e-mails. clinton is accusing trump of continue really hiding his taxes. what the two are trying to say is, look, the other person is less trustworthy than me. neither is able to recover their own trustworthiness numbers in the polls. it's all about the other person looking worse than they do. >> let's talk about some of these other polls. specifically, today is national security day on the campaign trail. when you ask voters who would better handle terrorism, trump beats hillary clinton 51% to 45%. on foreign policy, who would better handle foreign policy, hillary clinton, 56% to trump's 40%. i think it's an admission that voters feel that things aren't going well with isis. but that overall, they think she has a better handle on foreign policy in general. is that where donald trump needs to focus on this isis fight
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because that's where he may have an edge? >> yeah. it's a really interesting distinction, isn't it? it sort of suggests to me the same thing that trump is able to tap into sort of a fear of terror attacks, especially here in the united states, while hillary clinton is seen as having a broader experience. and, yeah, trump is definitely trying to turn this into an add advantage by portraying hillary clinton as part of a failed obama administration that has sort of allowed isis to proliferate. it's interesting that both candidates came out of labor day focusing heavily on national security. they have different advantages here. but both see this as an opportunity to reach really important groups of voters. not just people who are military families, veterans, that sort of thing. but also a group called security moms. these are people who are
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concerned about terrorism. live in the suburbs of swing states. and this is a key issue in this election. >> eric, i want to talk about another issue that's kind of resurfaced, probably a good thing it's resurfaced, given now that donald trump is addressing african-american audiences more. or some would say for the first time. this issue of his support for the birther movement. something that he actively promoted a couple years and never has disavowed. he was asked about it overnight on fox news. listen. >> so you saying your birther position has hurts you among african-americans? >> i don't know. i don't even talk about it anymore. >> yeah, i know. >> it's on the record. >> i don't know, i guess, maybe some -- i don't why, i don't think -- very few people -- you're the first one that's brought that up in a while. i don't think so. look, i went to detroit. we had -- it was like a lovefest. we had just a great, great time.
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>> all right. it's actually -- simply not true that bill o'reilly is first one that brought it up in a while. it was brought up the day before yesterday on the campaign plane. it was brought up a few days before that by a local affiliate. donald trump as being that president obama was twhaut born in the united states. is there a sense he will have to answer that question if he keeps on being asked? >> well, he's deflected so far, is he willing to go there. but it is hurting him, yes, absolutely. there's no doubt about it. president obama is going to become more of a presence on the campaign trail. his favorability ratings are higher than trump's or clinton's and minority voters are key to hillary clinton. so, yeah, this is something that has been hurting him. will continue to hurt him as
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obama seems more of a presence on the campaign trail. and trump is go to be asked that question more and more. it's another issue that's just not going to go away. and saying well i'm not talking about it now does not address the key question there. >> yeah, it's not an answer. >> thanks, so much, eric, for getting up early for us. thank you. apple set to unveil a new iphone today. one of the rumored new features is angering customer. apple customers believe the 3.5 millimeter headphone jack will disappear and force those to use blue tooth or those will be forced to use the adapter. a new shade of black, more storage starting at 32 gigs. and a waterproof or water resistant exterior. will it induce the stock? maybe not. two straight quarters of declining iphone sales have investors wary of apple. it's the most wildly held stocks
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president obama is in laos. earlier this morning, he spent just over an hour taking questions at a town hall for young southeastern asian leaders and taking congress to task for failing to act on his key trade priority. from the latest from laos, we turn to white house correspondent michelle kosinski. good afternoon, michelle. >> reporter: well, the president was able to talk up the tpp
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today as he does virtually everywhere he goes. you take a look at it. this huge trade deal with asia. this is supposed to be the jewel in the crown of the president's rebalance to asia. something that he thinks will be great for u.s. businesses as well as workers. there are even some in congress who agree with him on that. but congress hasn't been playing along. and he had some words for them, too. listen. >> you know, we're in a political season right now and it's always difficult to get things done. congress isn't doing much right now. they're all going home and talking to their constituents trying to get re-elected. so, after the election, i think people will refocus attention on why this is so important. >> reporter: so what about the president and the election? a white house source tells us the president is eager to get out on the campaign trail. and we did see him do that at one event with hillary clinton and a couple of private
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fund-raisers. so what does the president do about it then? september is difficult. there is one event planned for this coming week in philadelphia. and another new york fund-raiser. but because of the trip that we're on, as well as the trip to the u.n., this month, that makes things difficult in terms of campaigning. so that leaves october. and we can expect the pace to pick up. i know we're told that the president looks at the huge stakes involved. he looks at the poll numbers. he wants to get out there and talk up the fact that he believes hillary clinton is the only candidate qualified to be president. there have been reports that he's going to spend virtually the entire month of october on the road. on the trail. we're told that that's not really going to be possible because of, you know, other things he's busy with. he's not going to be able to be out there full time. but we can expect to see many more events involving the president. back to you, guys. >> michelle kosinski traveling with the president.
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>> you know what we need now? coming up on "new day," alisyn camerota joins us. >> hey, guys, i'm here in producer row, this is behind the scenes of the show. this is the brain trust of everything that just happens on the show. they just told me what's coming up at the top of the hour. we're going to talk about donald trump's plan what he says he'll do in the first 30 days in office that will defeat isis. we'll get the military reaction to that. also, we'll talk about what's going on at fox news. there's this huge settlement that fox news has made. and greta van sustern. we'll bring it to you at the top of the hour. >> and exposed brick also. >> and the duck flying across -- did you see the duck? i don't know. nice to see you. >> i don't know. you're very funny. >> did you see the duck? one big name -- are you
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dramatic developments at fox news, including new developments this morning. the network settled gretchen carlson's sexual harassment lawsuit for $20 million. now there's word of settlement deals with other women who made accusations against fox news chief roger ailes. >> this on the same day that greta van sustern quit the network. all of this with brian stelter. let's start with the settlement. $20 million settlement. do you think there's more in the
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works? >> we know there's other settlements of smaller dollar figures that have already been struck between fox news and other accusers of roger ailes. we don't know how many but a source tells me there are a handful. there's the least one other lawsuit outstanding as well. this continues to be a precarious time for fox. >> so gretchen carlson's suit was against roger ailes and not fox news. the sessionment is fox news? >> yes, it's being paid out by fox, by the murdochs, that's because fox was on the hook. fox is making $20 million. ailes is notably not paying. >> nothing? >> nothing. his lawyer made a point of saying that. he's continues that fight. he's continued to deny the allegations. the fact that the murdoch publicly apologized to carlson in a statement suggested that at least fox's owners do believe that some harassing behavior went on behind the scenes.
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>> $20 million. she is going to go on to have a career he wants to empower women. >> television and reports. it will be interesting to see her take on this more public persona as an advocate do for women in the workplace. >> greta van suss ten, 14 years in the 7:00 time slot. she's leaving using the ailes departure for a key man clause. >> this is the result of the aftershock from the ailes resignation. it's sign there's going to be continue to be changes both on and off of fox news. greta decided to leave when she tried to renegotiate her crack, didn't go well, she decided to leave because she had the right to walk out when ailes walked out. other stars, bill o'reilly and sean hannity have that same clause. none of them have exercised it. there's a possibility what does it look like one year from now, it's a tumultuous time for fox.
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it's not over yet. >> one year, the next months are interesting. roger ailes once again claimed but not paying as part of his $20 million settlement is advising donald trump particularly in debate prep right now. is there any certain with the optics having a guy in the middle of a $20 million settlement advising you? >> i think the first answer is yes. and absolutely yes. this is almost stranger than fiction to have one of the most important advisers to a gop nominee be in this figure, this fox news boss, this strategy now clouded by a sexual harassment scandal. ailes is giving advice to trump unofficially to trump on the phone all the time. normally, ailes is the kind of guy you'd want in your corner if you're trump. this sexual harassment scandal does change the dynamic. i think do wonder if it influences any voters. not that you've been in a bitter voter as far as your adviser,
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but we know who trump is based on the friends he keeps. ailes is one of the friends he keeps. >> brian stelter, glad you're here to walk us through it. let's get an early start on "your money" could stocks be on the run of another record high. nasdaq and the dow 100 points away now. futures up slightly this morning. you can see stocks in europe and asia mixed. oil up here. amazon is on fire. the stock hit an all-time high yesterday now trading at $790 a share. shares jumping more than 16% this year. that's a great return. amazon is now worth a staggering $370 billion. that makes it the number four most valuable company in the u.s. behind apple, google and microsoft. here's the payoff for investors, if you bought $10,000 worth of amazon stock five years ago. it would be worth 36 grand. in the same time span, the s&p would have reruned a gain of
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$5,000. shares of chipotle jumping 6%. bill ackman announced his hedge fund bought a 9.9% stake in the burrito chain. that's about $1.1 billion worth of stock. the shares are down more than 13% this year. ackman says it's undervalued but he will engage in discussions about chipotle's board commission, business aspects of the company. translation, he's ready to bite if necessary. ackman's big bets don't always pay off. his funds losing 14% for 2016. chipotle is struggling to recover following an e coli outbreak last year. and if you have a phone -- >> yep, iphone. >> iphone 7. >> no headphone jack? >> maybe a new shade of black. >> new shade of black. that is the headline.
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brand had new polling from cnn, this following the polling from yesterday. the issue, immigration. what do voters think of the issue that donald trump has put at the center of his campaign. do they agree with what he's saying? "new day" has your answers right now. my top generals will have 30 dice submit a plan towards defeating isis. after all of his talk, the only thing that is clear is he has no clue. >> it's been amateur hour for the last 7 1/2 years. >> he made a political contribution to the attorney general of florida and mysteriously the investigation vanished. >> how about the 33,000 missing e-mails that were acid washed. >> when gadhafi was looking to stay in america he found one guy willing to host him. you were saying something about judgment, donald? >> putin looks at her and he laughs.
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okay. he laughs. >> we're going to stand up to our adversaries, not cozy up to them. >> wouldn't that be nice if we actually could get along with russia. >> announcer: this is-n nd with chris cuomo and alisyn camerota. >> a lot to talk about. good morning. wednesday, september 7th, 6:00 in the east. hillary clinton and donald trump clashing over national security. trump saying if elected he would give his top generals 30 days to come up with a plan to defeat isis. clinton says trump has no plan. >> trump getting a taste of his own medicine. a long history of campaign giving limits. here are the numbers to remember. 62 days until the election. the stakes couldn't be higher. first votes, 16 days. that's when early voting begins in some states. 19 days, that's when the first big debate happens between trump and clinton. were have all of the developments for you.
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let's begin with cnn's sara murray live in greenville, south carolina. sara. >> reporter: good morning, chris, when donald trump was campaigning here last night, it was almost like he was laying out his first 100-day plan talking about building a wall along the southern border. repealing obamacare and really hitting the national security theme hard yesterday. part of that is saying when he's president, heel convene his generals and call on them for just 30 days coming up with a plan on how to defeat isis. as you have this edge over hillary clinton on who is best to be commander in chief, he's also seizing on the fbi report about her e-mails, as well as what we've learned about what her interview was like. take a listen to what he had to say yesterday. >> they used hammers to destroy phones so they couldn't be turned over. and by the way, who uses 13 different iphones? in four years.

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