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russian government sponsored television station to say he does not think russia is meddling in the u.s. presidential election. this surprising appearance coming days after criticism for his repeated praise of vladimir putin. hillary clinton says she will come us more on herself and less on trump. we will tell you what secretary clinton said. good morning. it's friday. welcome to "early start." i'm christine romans. >> i'm john berman. it is friday, september 9th. breaking news overnight. north korea conducted the most powerful nuclear test ever. this one appears to have taken place in the northern part of that region. south korean officials reported seismic activity with the magnitude of 5.3. the president of south korea called this latest provocation from pyongyang fanatically reckless. let's go live to seoul and bring
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in paula hancocks. paula, the fifth nuclear test north korea appears to have conducted and the most powerful one and coming on the heels of president obama's visit to asia. >> reporter: that's right. the timing certainly is interesting, john. the fact is north korea announced on state-run television saying they successfully tested the nuclear warhead and they can put that on any one of the ballistic missiles. it is impossible for the world to verify that specifically in washington and seoul and tokyo. in the past hour, there has been an intelligence briefing for lawmakers here in seoul. they have said they believe north korea's goal is to mount a nuclear warhead on a scud missile. remember 28,000 u.s. troops in
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south korea are here now. this is going much quicker than expected. intelligence says north korea has advanced quicker than expected. there is large interest around the world in china and japan and russia condemning the nuclear test. it shows that kim jong-un is determined to forge ahead with his nuclear missile program as he has been publicly saying time and time again. international condemnation sanctions are not slowing him down. john. >> very interesting. of course, the missile technology is accelerating in pace. paula in seoul. thank you. donald trump is embracing vladimir putin declaring he is probably not meddling in the u.s. election. comments coming in an interview
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with larry king on rt network. trump under fire for praise of putin. now this is what he told russian television. >> i don't know. i have been hearing about it. i have been reading about it. i think it's probably unlikely. i think maybe the democrats are putting that out. who knows? i think it is pretty unlikely. you know, who knows? if they are doing something, i hope somebody will find out so they can end it. that would not be appropriate at all. >> u.s. investigators believe hackers broke into the dnc data base this year. hillary clinton has accused vladimir putin of trying to influence the election. donald trump praised the leader on wednesday night. >> if he says great things about
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me, i will say great things about him. the man has strong control over a country. it is a very different country with a different system. i don't like that system. he has been a leader far more than our president has been a leader. >> the trump campaign now claims it did not know the russian television interview would be aired on russian television called rt. he thought it was just a favor to his friend larry king. now donald trump is repeating his false claims he opposed the iraq war from the start. he did not. let's get more from sara murray. >> reporter: good morning, christine and john. donald trump had planned to spend yesterday talking about education policy. instead when he arrived at the charter school in cleveland, ohio, he would not help but rehash the security issues that came up at the forum the night
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earlier. he went after hillary clinton for her use of the private e-mail server. he launched into a lengthy defense of the view of the war in iraq. reiterating his claim he opposed it before it began. >> before the war, i gave statements we shouldn't go in. shortly after, honestly, a lot of reporters said right at beginning he made this statement. that was a major story in "esquire" magazine. i want to set the record straight. there is so much lying going on. hillary clinton lied about numerous things. including her e-mail. >> reporter: of course, there is no public proof that donald trump opposed the war before it started and in fact, his public comments leading up to the war actually suggested he supported the invasion of iraq. he is obviously changing his tune now on the campaign trail. i will tell you it was a little bit of an awkward setting to see
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trump talking about the threat of isis calling hillary clinton a liar for the way she talked about her use as a private e-mail server at a charter school in cleveland in front of children. he is back on the campaign trail today. he will deliver a speech in washington, d.c. and campaign in florida. >> thank you. let's go to washington right now and bring in cnn political reporter tal kopan. great to have you here with us. a lot of talk about vladimir putin over the last 24 hours. donald trump heaping praise on him in the national security forum. donald trump going on rt, russia television, for a surprising interview. not criticizing vladimir putin during that interview. paul ryan, the highest republican official in the u.s. right now, has a different view of vladimir putin. listen. >> vladimir putin is an aggressor that does not share our interests.
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vladimir putin is violating the sovereignty of neighboring countries. it certainly appears he is conducting in state sponsored cyber attacks in what appears to be our political system. that is not acting in our interests. >> one of the moments again where republican leaders forced to come out and criticize/condemn something donald trump has said. we have not seen this for a few weeks from paul ryan. it is back now. >> it is really interesting. you know, trump has been given many opportunities, many, to walk back his past praise of vladimir putin. every time he is asked about this, he refuses to go after the russian leader. you can't help the impression the democrats are trying to paint that he is sympathetic to putin or admires him as a strong man. it is interesting. his running mate mike pence
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defended this in the interview with cnn. he says i don't like the system in russia, but you cannot deny vladimir putin is stronger within that system. which is remarkable. to go ahead and give an interview on russian television that night as these comments are reverberating. it is just not good image management from his campaign. >> let's ask you about some the former mayor rudy giuliani said on another network yesterday. this is a headline we will talk about this morning. the birther issue and whether donald trump announced the foray of hiring investigators and the president was not an american citizen. this is what rudy giuliani said on this other network. >> i want to know whether you believe whether your candidate for president believes he would succeed a legitimate president? >> donald trump believes now that he was born in the united
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states. that issue -- >> when's he going to say this president is legitimate? this is a fundamental question, mr. mayor. is the president legit or not? if you believe it, why doesn't your candidate state it? >> i believe it. he believes it. we all believe it. >> does donald trump, has he done or said anything to suggest that he does believe the american president is american? >> if he has, i haven't seen it. i follow this stuff closely. this is another example of something where he has been given multiple opportunities. this is something he is asked about frequently. he dodges something vague about where he stands. he also continues to use the line that rudy giuliani tried to use that the clinton campaign was the origin of the rumors. this is something that polls hurt him especially with the african-american community which
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he is trying to do outreach in the past few days. we have not seen him repudiate what he said. the closest he has come is saying the birth certificate's there. you know, it is the donald trump way. he has made no statement otherwise. >> do you think this is fodder, john berman? >> it will and should be asked every day through the debates as long as donald trump continues not to answer that question. hillary clinton, she says in charlotte, donald trump is playing games. listen to what she said. >> everything is a game. it's like he is living in his own celebrity reality tv program. you know what, donald? this is real reality. this is real people. this is real decisions that have to be made for our country.
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>> that was during a rally in north carolina yesterday. you heard hillary clinton going after donald trump. what is interesting is the word from the clinton campaign that she will turn her focus away from exclusively hitting donald trump and talk more about herself. why is that? >> she has to. if you look at what happened with the polls, she made a calculated decision after the democratic national convention. she got a nice bump from the convention, which is biographical focused on her. she made a calculated decision to get out of donald trump's way and let him inflict his own wounds. we saw him steady out with the new campaign leadership. he seemed to stay on message better. now she can't count on him doing the work for her. this is a reflection of the fact that like donald trump, she as extremely high unfavorable
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numbers and she has to do work to try to convince people to vote for her and not just donald trump. she painted herself in the corner by placing all the burden on trump. she will have to do the work to convince the american voters that she is the pro-choice not just the anti-trump choice. >> she is up and looking sharp. i hope your weekend starts earlier. talk to you in a half hour. wells fargo paying a record setting fine after employees there created fake accounts to charge more fees to customers. fees you may not know about. what you need to know next. each day was fueled by thorough preparation for events to come. well somewhere along the way, emily went right on living.
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overnight, north korea conducts its largest nuclear test ever. analysts say this blast shows progress for the country's nuclear program and real problems for diplomacy in that region. donald trump standing by his embrace of russian president vladimir putin while making an appearance on a russian funded tv station. what could this mean for trump's message? hillary clinton now says she will focus more on herself and
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less on donald trump, but she still hits him hard and often on the campaign trail. we'll tell you the strong new accusations lobbied across party lines. welcome back to "early start." i'm john berman. >> i'm christine romans. north korea conducting the fifth nuclear test. this one appears to be the most powerful yet. south korean officials with seismic activity of magnitude 5.3. let's go live to seoul and bring in cnn's paula hancocks. paula. >> reporter: christine, north korea paidmade a special announcement. they claimed to successfully test a nuclear warhead which they claim they will mount on any ballistic missile they have.
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that is a statement that will alarm officials around the world. the agency here in south korea has briefed lawmakers. they believe the goal is to mount a nuclear warhead on a scud missile. they would be able to target much of south korea and of course 28,000 military personnel who are stationed here permanent permanently. they say the progress north korea is far larger than they estimated. they know kim jong-un is missile testing and the submarine missiles and mobile missiles and the fact that international sanctions increased and potentially after this increased more and not slowing the north korean leader down. he seems immune to sanctions and
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int international condemnation. from the u.s. and south korea, japan and china to name just a few. christine. >> knocked back the korean stock market. seriously raising concerns on the diplomacy front. paula in seoul. thank you. donald trump with a new embrace of vladimir putin. declaring the russian leader is probably not meddling in the u.s. election. this came in an interview with larry king on rt network. funded by the kremlin. this is what he said new overnight. >> i don't know. i have been hearing about it. i have been reading about it. i think it is probably unlikely. i think maybe the democrats are putting that out. who knows? i think that it's pretty unlikely. you know, who knows? i hope that if they are doing
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something, i hope somebody will be able to find out so they can end it. that would not be appropriate at all. >> that is donald trump overnight. investigators believe russian hackers broke into the u.s. database for the dnc and trying to influence the election. >> he is really very much of a leader. you can say oh, that's a terrible thing. the man has very strong control over a country. >> the trump camp claims it has no idea the larry king interview would be on the russian television. it was a podcast and favor for his friend larry king. trump is doubling down on the iraq war claim from the start. let's bring in tal kopan this morning. i want to start on the support for the iraq war.
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this has been swirling around for a few days. donald trump says he was against it. he was against it in 2004 in "esquire" magazine. we know prior to that and the early stages of the war, he was on the record saying he supported the war. a very different reality from what donald trump was saying on the campaign trail. you still have donald trump also continuing to praise vladimir putin. continuing to call him a strong leader and praise his leadership above the president, certainly. mike pence last night, his running mate, sharing that view. listen. >> i think it's inarguable that vladimir putin has been a stronger leader in his country than barack obama has been in this country. that's going to change the day donald trump becomes president of the united states of america. >> does this infatuation with
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vladimir putin, does that hurt donald trump? >> it is a little bit hard to tell at this point. i'm not sure it hurts him with the sorry supporters. i think they like the strength he projects. i'm reminded back in 2012 when mitt romney was relentlessly mocked for calling russia our top gop foe in the world. now we have the opposite. trump is mocked for saying putin's not that bad. there is a perception out there that hillary clinton's strength is foreign policy and national security. giving the democrats a talking point to say look, a top adversary of the united states is someone that donald trump admires and fits in the talking point that he likes dictators or admires their strengths. i don't know if it is necessarily something that will affect his numbers, but it gives
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the democrats a lot of fodder for lines of attack for already shown they want to go after donald trump. >> new this morning from the clinton campaign, word that hillary clinton will focus more on herself and policy in the days and weeks ahead. she's not there quite yet. last night, she went to kansas city and talking to a religious group. largely african-american. she made a point of bringing up donald trump's birther past. the claim that president obama is not an american citizen and born in kenya. this is how hillary clinton talked about it overnight. >> our nation's values are being questioned in this election. we are facing a candidate with a long history of racial discrimination in his business.
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traffics in toxic conspiracy theories like the lie that president obama is not a true american. if he doesn't even respect all americans, how can he serve all americans. >> that's interesting that hillary clinton was bringing this up to a largely african-american audience. there have been people saying does the birther issue really matter in this election? you see how she will try to hone in on that. >> absolutely. hillary clinton is nothing, if not politically savvy in terms of knowing you have to speak to your audience a little bit. she has been around the block a few times in terms of that. she will focus more on herself. you seen that donald trump has been able to come back in the polls a bit from her democratic national convention and part of that is she stopped talking about herself.
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she went on attack against donald trump and ceded the spotlight and did a lot of fund raising and did not put herself out there in hope that donald trump would make mistakes. you cannot rely on the other candidate to be so bad that voters choose you by default. she has to do the work to convince voters to vote in favor of her and not against donald trump. i think that is the strategy you are seeing deployed. there is no way in this process she will not also attack donald trump. >> tal, thanks for getting up early for us. love your analysis. more than 5,000 people fired. wells fargo pays a record fine. this costs the bank now a huge ton of money. we'll tell you what you need to know next. . if you think catching a game from your couch is the way to go. think again. stadiums are making upgrades with mobile apps to let you know
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secretary of state john kerry and his russian counterpart sergei lavrov meeting in geneva to discuss syria. kerry and lavrov have tried to stop the fighting twice before. for the latest on the talks, let's bring in phil black live in moscow. we cannot overstate how critical the conditions are on the ground for progress. >> reporter: you can't. that's right, christine. that is why john kerry and american officials are saying they are putting so much effort to try to make this diplomatic effort come off. despite the fact they are not convinced it will. john kerry and sergei lavrov are spending a lot of time together. their third meeting in just two weeks. they are trying to get together this deal to implement cessation of hostilities across syria to
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allow an opportunity for huma humanitarian aid in aleppo. what they hope is they can get russia to lean on syria and force its aircraft to stay on the ground so the syrian air force will no longer bomb civilians and no longer bomb official groups that america support. what russians want is to team up with america to share air power information and intelligence and targeting to hit terrorist groups on the ground in syria. that is what they are trying to make happen. as i said, it is ambitious. no guarantee it will happen. the hope is if you get that into place, that could kick start a wider peace process to eventually answer some of the bigger questions like what happens to president assad and perhaps one day resolving the overall conflict. >> phil black in moscow, thank you. dozens of people trapped in
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cable cars in the french alps have been rescued. crews untangled the cables that got crossed in high winds 12,000 feet up. they evacuated 33 people overnight. initially 110 people were trapped up there. most rescued by italian and french helicopters. >> would you be crying in the fetal position? >> i would say stop talking to me. i don't know you. stop talking to me. a perfect launch for nasa at cape canaveral overnight. the spacecraft embarked on a seven-year journey to chase down an asteroid. a first for the space program. they will try to use a robotic arm to grab the asteroid and come back to earth. scientists have their eye on the asteroid. it could hit earth in 2135. that is a while from now,
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actually, i think? i'm not good at math. a while. >> you will still be paying for your kids' college. >> the probe's arrival is set for two years from now. >> assuming there is a next contract. let's get an early start on your money. south korea stock market rattled by the nuclear test by the north. stocks in europe are down a little bit. shares in asia finishing mostly down. oil prices are down. crude had a huge comeback this week. up 4% yesterday thanks to hurricane hermine. that storm stalled production in the gulf of mexico which caused stockpiles of oil and gas to drop. prices climbed on that news. you should not see too much of a bump in gas prices unless crude continues to rise. a big recall to tell you about. ford recalling 2.3 million vehicles with faulty car door latches. this will cut into profit here. here are the cars ford is
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recalling. it can result in doors flying open or not closing properly. the vehicles of the c-max and escape and focus and transit connect and mustang and lincoln. one accident and three injuries due to the malfunction. from car doors flying open to phones catching on fire. >> they are not supposed to do that. >> the federal aviation administration is warning airline flyers do not use your samsung galaxy note 7 on u.s. airplanes. federal aviation administration strongly advises passengers not to turn on the phones or stow them in checked baggage. a direct quote from the faa. the unusual warning as to the headache for samsung as it scrambles to replace millions of phones around the world. the reports of the devices catching fire while charging
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prompted the action from the faa. some international carriers have taken steps to stop people from using the devices on their aircraft. >> wow. >> and apple is looking at this and saying we are releasing the iphone as the regulations are coming out for the samsung. overnight, north korea with the largest nuclear test yet. this big test raising alarm across the world. "new day" with that story right now. >> this is cnn breaking news. >> good morning. welcome to "new day." it is friday, september 9th. we have breaking news. a seismic event detected in north korea. allegedly the most powerful nuclear test yet. it caused an explosion with a force of 5.3 magnitude earthquake felt across korea. >> kim
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>> reporter: well, this test alisyn, being strongly condemned, not only by the japanese prime minister, but even china is condemning this action, saying it's a violation of the u.n. nuclear security council resolutions. they have now conducted five, if this turns out to be verified. the u.s. and japan sent up sniffer planes to test for radiation. we know president obama was briefed overnight on the situation. the u.s. is in the process of putting in those thaad missile defense systems on the south korean peninsula to protect the people living there in addition to the u.s. troops. there are 50,000 u.s. troops here in japan along with 127
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million people who are in the range of these north korean weapons. what does north korea want to do? they want to develop a nuclear warhead small enough to fit on a missile that they can put on a submarine or launch from the ground and attack their number one enemy, which is the united states and here in the asia pacific. that's the concern that they're moving closer and closer to this goal. last week, three missiles were launched. the week before that, a submarine ballistic missile launch. the progress they're making is troubling to many around the world. >> that's the issue, not just the test, but what it meaning for their capabilitiecapabiliti. let's discuss now with author of "the nuclear showdown," columnist for the daily beast, gordon chang. thank you for joining us. 5.3 measuring as seismic activity. south korea confirming they believe this was a test of a nuclear weapon, nuclear capabilities. how big an event is this in terms

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