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could damage the truce. good morning. welcome to "early start." i'm christine romans. >> good to see you. i'm john berman. it is 5:00 a.m. in the east. we begin with breaking news overnight. she canceled a two-day trip to california because of her health situation. she was supposed to have fund-raisers with ellen degeneres and others. instead she is home in chappaqua with pneumonia. this is now talk of the campaign. donald trump and his allies were already questioning her health and fitness. her doctors consider she is recovering nicely. she was diagnosed on friday. we did not find out until yesterday. let's get more from joe johns. >> reporter: the clinton campaign canceled the west coast
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trip. she was scheduled to leave this morning. this capped the day of scrutiny for the democratic nominee after questions were raised when a video emerged showing her stumbling and unsteady with secret service agents helping her in a van and motorcade leaving the 9/11 ceremony early. the campaign had earlier said she left the event after becoming overheated. clinton went to her daughter's apartment in new york. when leaving there, she told reporters she was feeling great. waved to supporters and signed an autograph for a young girl. she was later examined at her home in chappaqua and she was dehydrated and overheated. friday, the campaign said, she was diagnosed with pneumonia and advised to rest and modify her schedule. the campaigns has not said why it did not disclose the illness until sunday.
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her weekend was packed with events. a meeting with the bipartisan group of national security experts and she took a few questions. she did an interview with cnn's chris cuomo. she did a fund-raiser. we don't have an answer to why she didn't start cutting back given the diagnosis other than what we know. this is a presidential campaign and close race and having covered her for a couple of decades, she has a tendency to keep going no matter what. now the campaign definitely has more questions to answer as it is clear her health has become a major campaign issue. john and christine. >> so donald trump has not talked about this. he has not uttered a word or tweeted a character about this health scare. sources in his campaign say they want to be respectful and staffers have been ordered not to post anything negative on social media. any violation could be grounds for termination.
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a message and strategy within the trump campaign to leave this one alone. >> they don't want to become part of the story. respectful now is differently than the way they handled it the last few weeks. rudy giuliani raising questions about other issues. not the pneumonia, but i imagine they are sitting there going we told you so. i want to bring in eugene scott. eugene, i want to tell the control room, i have audio issues. let me turn that off. secretary clinton has experienced a cough related to allergie allergies. on friday, the follow-up, she was diagnosed with pneumonia. she was put on antibiotics and told to rest and modify here schedule. while at the event, she became overheated and dehydrated. i examined her and she is now rehydrated and recovering
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nicely. i friday, she was diagnosed with pneumonia. we found out about it sunday after the 9/11 event. that's two days. that is not transparency. >> there is a question. if she has visibly caught on camera stumbled, would we know about this? >> we had one of our analysts david gergin saying this we were going to find out some point that why the campaign did not decide to get ahead of it and let the voters and media know in advance. this is an issue of transparency and wonder what else could be out there. i think the campaign now is trying to respond and get as much information before us as possible. >> let's be clear. pneumonia can be serious. it is not always serious. >> we don't know what kind of pneumonia. >> it could be fine. she could heal up and she could be fine in a week. all we have is the doctor's
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word. when it comes to their word, all we know is she was diagnosed on friday. >> i think voters said they would like more information, but not just about hillary clinton, but donald trump and their health as well. >> donald trump's health, to be clear, embarrassingly clear. >> let's read it. his blood pressure and lab results astonishingly excellent. if elected, mr. trump, will be the healthiest individual ever elected to the presidency. this is the most important job in the world. the voter needs more than this about donald trump's health. more than this about hillary clinton's health and more than this about tax records. transparency needs to be elevated. this is an important, important job. >> very much so. i think voters have a lot of questions.
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when you run for president, you have to give a lot of answers that maybe a private citizen would not give because of what the job entails. whether or not the campaigns respond to that remains to be seen. >> she was out campaigning on friday a full day with pneumonia. this shows she can fight through it. the fact she is cancelling events. fund-raisers in northern california and southern california. she would appear on ellen show and give an economic speech in california as well. these are not days. at this stage of the game, all things being equal, you don't want to be off the campaign trail. >> her supporters suggest she showed her strengths, but critics would say why would you take on so many events on friday the same day you are diagnosed with knpneumonia.
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>> you called it the final stretch for the biggest job in the land? >> we will see. president obama is supposed to campaign for her in the next day or so. we will see if the candidates can match that. >> let's talk about one event on friday night. she made a statement that was the big news this weekend before the pneumonia where she called half of the donald trump supporters in the basket of deplorables. let's listen. >> to just be grossly generalistic, you could put half of trump supporters into what i call the basket of deplorables. right? the racist, sexist, homophobic, xenophobic, islamaphobic. >> one thing, criticize the sin.
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not the sinner. you are not often going to win support by going after voters. >> no. that is a very risky move. i spoke with voters on saturday. i saw two main reactions. there are people who obviously agree with hillary clinton and believe that donald trump created a space for people to discriminate based on race and faith and gender. there are a lot of people, especially independents who found the comments problematic and sympathetic with the concerns of donald trump and they don't feel like her depiction was charitiable. thank you. >> he was up all night. he was on shows all night. >> wow. hardest working man in show business. time for an early start on your money. global markets. on friday, this is what happened. the dow tumbled 394 points. the worst loss since june. quite a change from the summer.
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before friday, the s&p had not moved more than 1% in either direction for 43 straight sessions. the investors are worried the banks have pumped more than $9 trillion in the economy since the global crisis. it is almost impossible to judge how much money that is to help juice stock markets. last week, the european central bank did not expand stimulus. many investors hoped it would. in the u.s., an interest rate hike is more likely. it is coming. and with the increasingly tight presidential race, expect more volatility on wall street. summer's over. >> i guess so. >> absolutely over. all right. this morning, we are watching syria closely. a cease-fire is set to begin there in just a few hours. supposed to begin. you can see why these pictures
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in a few hours, a cease-fire is set to take effect in syria. this was an agreement with secretary of state john kerry and russian foreign minister sergei lavrov. the word is that these attacks are continuing this morning as well as happening over the weekend. let get the latest from arwa damon live on the syrian/turkish border. >> reporter: john, there have been clashes and fighting and bombardment taking place in a number of areas in syria which include rebel held eastern aleppo. the deadliest violence over the
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weekend where 90 people were killed. 60 of those died during the air bombardment on a marketplace. john, people were out in the marketplace and it was crowded because they were shopping ahead of the muslim holiday which began today. rebel groups point to this, activist point to this and say this is the norm. ahead of the cessation of hostilities or cease-fire. there is an intensification of bombardment ahead of the cease-fire. there have been violations so far or hostilities reported by the syrian regime where rebels launched arretillery attacks. violence has intensified. the rebel alliance had reservations. firstly, they feel if the
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arrangement as it stands does give the regime the upper hand and certain advantage. they also want to see shi'a militias as terrorist groups. if this deal holds for 48 hours and extended for another seven days, the u.s. and russians will begin intelligence sharing on the targeting of a group that was known as the nusra front. al qaeda affiliate that broke with al qaeda and renamed itself. they feel the targeting of that group could potentially lead to casualties within their own ranks because the frontlines do overlap in a number of key areas. while the u.s. views the entity as a terrorist organization on the ground, they proven to be a solid fighting force that has helped push back the regime.
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they are concerned about the lack of actual concrete mechanisms for monitoring potential violations and at this stage, the agreement does not necessarily apply to all of the areas that are under siege and do desperately need that humanitarian assistance. >> if the cease-fire is reached, this is a big if, do we have a sense of the coordinated intelligence sharing between the u.s. and russia is supposed to work? particularly in targeting isis? >> reporter: the details are vague. we understand there is a joint intelligence will be established. portions of intelligence will be shared. deemed to be necessary for the coordinated approach to be laid out. it is a very tricky and sensitive situation. especially given the lack of trust that currently exists
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this morning, questions swirling over hillary clinton's health. new video showing the candidate stumbling on her way out of a 9/11 ceremony. clinton has now canceled her upcoming trip to california. what does all of this mean for the campaign? we are watching syria very, very closely. the cease-fire agreement brokered by the u.s. and russia set to take place in a few hours. calling into question whether this will take place. and is north korea ready to take another nuclear test? why the neighbors to the south are preparing for the worst-case scenario. so much going on. welcome back to "early start." i'm christine romans. >> i'm john berman. 30 minutes past the hour. up first, situation surrounding hillary clinton and her health. the former secretary of state canceled a two-day trip to california. she has pneumonia. she is home in chappaqua right
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now. her campaign confirmed the diagnosis last night after this. she stumbled you can see here. losing balance after leaving the 9/11 ceremony. she left early. what will this do to the race right now? a lot of clinton critics were already questioning hillary clinton's health. hillary clinton's stamina. her doctor says she is recovering nicely. let's get more from cnn's joe johns. >> reporter: late sunday, the clinton campaign canceled the west coast trip. she was scheduled to leave this morning. this capped the day of scrutiny for the nominee after questions raised when a video emerged showing her stumbling with secret service agents helping her into the van leaving the 9/11 ceremony early. the campaign had earlier said she left the event after becoming overheated.
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clinton went to her daughter's apartment in new york. when leaving, there she said she was feeling great. the campaign told us mrs. clinton was later examined at her home in chappaqua. she was overheated and dehydrated and the campaign revealed on sunday that on friday she was diagnosed with pneumonia and put on antibiotics and advised to cut back her schedule. the campaign did not reveal why they did not discuss the diagnosis. she had a meeting with a bipartisan group of national security experts and did an interview with cnn's chris cuomo and did a fund-raiser. we don't know why she did not start cutting back after the
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diagnosis other than this is a presidential race and knowing having been covering her for a long time, she has a tendency to keep going. now the campaign has questions to answer as her health is a big issue. >> this is a major campaign issue. let's bring in eugene scott. i want to read to you what her doctor has said. we know the diagnosis of pneumonia happened on friday and the stumble happened on sunday. she was planning to go to california as recently as last evening. now that has been canceled. this is what her personal doctor said. secretary clinton has been experiencing a cough related to allergi allergies. on friday, after follow-up for her prolonged cough, she was diagnosed with pneumonia. while at the event, she was overheated and dehydrated. i examined her and she is
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rehydrated and recovering nicely. you know pneumonia can be serious. you look at the medical guidelines for infants or anyone over 65, it can be serious. she is over 65. the issue is not necessarily pneumonia, but no one knew about it and would not have known about it if she hadn't stumbled or caught stumbling on camera. is this a health issue or transparency issue or both? >> it is probably both. the reality is we would find out about it regardless. there are questions about why the campaign did not make it public on friday. especially considering this has been an ongoing issue or criticism of clinton throughout the campaign. what they will do from this point forward in terms of trying to clarify for voters for her health is worth paying attention to and how the donald trump campaign responds. >> neither campaign has released information about medical
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information. donald trump's doctor released a statement he put together into five minutes. his blood pressure and lab results excellent. if elected, mr. donald trump, i can say will be the healthiest individual ever elected to the presidency. that is not a health disclosure. hillary clinton put out a two-page letter offering more information. donald trump has not released his taxes. transparency is not a big part of the campaign. eugene, the transparency issues aside, trump allies, up until this point, had been questioning hillary clinton's health and had been questioning her stamina a lot. some say aggressively or overaggressively. the last few hours, astonishingly quiet. >> i think it has been said that trump has been quiet following this situation and the campaign supposedly told surrogates and
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supporters not to comment on this publicly and there was also someone closely familiar with the campaign who said there were perhaps threats if you did comment on this, there could be possible termination. the trump campaign wants to be respectful and wish her a healthy recovery. >> the story allows it to be on hillary clinton and allows the story line to play out. this story line on friday, hillary clinton called half of trump supporters deplorables. if we have that sound. let's play that sound from friday. >> to just be grossly generalistic, you could put half of trump supporters into what i call the basket of deplorables. right? the racist, sexist, homophobic,
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xenophobic, islamaphobic. you name it. >> we know that is the day she was diagnosed with pneumonia. she issued a statement later saying that she was grossly gener generalistic and she regrets as talking about deplorables as the camp of supporters and the left behinds that deserve empathy. donald trump not commenting on her health. he did comment on this. it shows she misjudges his supporters. >> right. i saw a couple different responses. one came out and said she was wrong and compare that to how long donald trump to admit he is wrong, if ever, when he is criticized. there are people who made it clear that the words were not charitiable and not sympathetic to people voting for donald
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trump or independents considering donald trump. >> she said the deplorables on the stump before. this was not the first time. >> one thing about the pneumonia. a lot of people are talking about this and the taxes too. no one is saying pneumonia is disqualifying. people get sick. we've had pneumonia and we've gotten better. >> we have seen officials stumble down stairs. >> let voters know about to take it into consideration. likewise, tax returns. there may be nothing in the tax returns for donald trump. it may show he is wicked rich. show it. let voters decide. one reason donald trump may be being quiet right now. if you are getting into an argument of transparency, it may be one where he is not always winning. >> the absence of transparency in the campaign in different ways.
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moving forward, it will be interesting to see if there are significant changes. it seems it is a difficult thing. you end up sharing things as running for president, as a private citizen, you would not share with your friends. it becomes difficult for people. >> before this, for the past few weeks, i have been watching candidates. it is remarkable the stamina you have to have running for president. you think of the events they are doing every day. you think of how many times you are in and out of an airplane and how many hands they shake and how many hot hallways you have to stand in before being on. >> friday, hillary clinton did all those things and she has pneumonia. it goes to show she can fight through it. >> you are expected to be. when you are running the free world. >> last two days of the campaign, not good. >> have you seen what she will miss? an interview on "ellen" and fund-raiser with katy and diane
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von firstenberg's. >> eugene scott, great to have you with us. up all night. thanks for that. wells fargo insists it made changes following the revelations the employees created 2 million ghost accounts. more than a dozen former employees tells cnn money they were under relentless pressure to meet sales target. management turned a blind eye when lines were crossed. it had made fundamental changes to ensure our team members are not pressured to sell products. two questions remain. what about the culture and business model and promoting cheating and will executives lose their jobs? that is what we are asking.
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a quick check on futures. on friday, the major averages lost 2%. here is the problem. investors are worried global central banks will pull back on stimulus and the rate fed hike is more likely. it was down 300 points. you look up, it was down 200 points. i would not say you should be surprised. those days of easy money are eventually going to be over. when that happens, the stock market has less of an impetus to keep going higher. and the violence in syria is over. will the cease-fire hold? we are live at the turkey/syria border next. om f damage. this is humira helping me go further.
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a cease-fire is scheduled to
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take hold in syria in a matter of hours. secretary of state john kerry and russian foreign minister hammering out the agreement last week. the free syrian army is warning the u.s. it has reservations about the truce. after 90 people were killed over the weekend in a wave of devastating air strikes. more deaths reported this morning with the attacks continuing. cnn's international correspondent arwa damon is live along the turkish/syrian border. it is heartbreaking when you have the hopes of a cease-fire and last frenzy of violence before the deadline. >> reporter: it really is, christine. what is happening in syria is beyond tragic and has been that way for quite some time now. the deadliest of the attacks that took place over the weekend that killed around 60 people happened in a marketplace in the province where people were out shopping ahead of the muslim holiday. that began today. this is a country that for the
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better part of the last five years has seen no respite from the violence. historically speaking, ahead of the cease-fire or cessation of
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what should be the impact of what we saw on social media in terms of hillary clinton happening to be helped into her van? did the campaign handle it the right way? was it about the disclosure? we will break it down and do it in the terms of politics and the health concerns. dr. sanjay gupta will be with us here. will break it down as only he can. in that interview we did, it was in respect of 9/11. what her experience was as a junior senator for new york and how she processed it and how it made her into a public servant in her opinion. we talked about the three big flash points for american foreign policy. isis and north korea with the nuclear tests. it speeded up the timetable to have a weapon to reach the united states and russia with
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vladimir putin as rogue as ever. what is her take on that to keep america safe? we will give it to you this morning. >> chris, knowing now she was on antibiotics for pneumonia. did you in her voice, hear it in her voice? in hindsight, did anything seem amiss? >> no, as a long time allergy sufferer, you see it. it is not like being kept on tv like we are. it was a barrage of drugs thrown at you to deal with the symptoms of allergy problems. she did not say she was diagnosed with pneumonia. you would think if there was a diagnosis, it would come at that time. i had pneumonia. walking pneumonia or walking pneumonia. why didn't they tell us? why was the staging of different aspects of what it could have
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been. i think that was a big question. >> i agree. chris cuomo. looking forward to the interview. tesla's self driving software getting a major update. one that might have prevented a fatal crash. we get an update on your money next. ♪ [cheering] ♪ the highly advanced audi a4. ♪
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defense officials in south korea now say they fear north korea is preparing to conduct another nuclear test. they are prepare for a worst-case scenario days after a nuclear warhead was tested. the u.s. calling for tough new sanctions. north korea calling that threat laughable. will ripley is following latest. will, what is the latest on this? >> reporter: john, we are learning from south korea, they believe north korea may already be ready for nuclear test number
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six and possibly number seven. they just conducted the fifth nuclear test in the last decade. two happened in the last year. experts are saying the frequency of the tests could increase as the north korea leader kim jong-un is growing the arsenal. that is why you have the prime minister in japan meeting with officials and saying this is an unprecedented danger in the region. south korea, the defense ministry saying this is thet-ca. much to the chagrin of china blaming all of the tension on the united states, john. >> will ripley in tokyo. one of the countries there watching in japan and watching this closely along with the united states. thanks, will. let's get an early start on your money. summer is over. the easy summer over on wall street. global markets under pressure. u.s. futures indicate selling.
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paris and london, a big move. stocks woke up from july and august and dow tumbled 394 points. dow and s&p lost 2%. you know, investors are worried global central banks are pulling back on stimulus and a fed hike is looking likely. the s&p 500 is up 4% on the n r year. tesla will update the auto pilot software in the next two weeks following the questions of the auto driver is to blame for the fatal accident. it will use radar and cameras to identify objects. it would have prevented may's crash when it did not see a white truck turning in front of a bright sky. two agencies investigated tesla following the accident. the software update will happen when the car is in park. that is interesting to think
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your machinery is so complex. like your phone. rebooting with an upgrade. a lot going on. hillary clinton at home in chappaqua with pneumonia. canceled events today and tomorrow. "new day's" chris cuomo interviewed her. stay tuned for more on the interview. "new day" begins right now. hillary clinton has pneumonia. she has canceled two days of campaign trips. >> it is clear she tried to hide this. this is going to hurt her he. >> you can put half of trump supporters in what i call the basket of deplorables. >> hillary, they are not a basket of anything. they are americans. we will defeat isis. >> this is a woman that doesn't know what victory is. >> there's phony strength and
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real strength. trump has made our job harder. the number of nfl players staged protests during the national anthem to highlight the problems of racial injustice. >> i support speaking out. >> there can be change. we can make the country better. this is "new day" with chris cuomo and alisyn camerota. >> welcome to monday. it is "new day." up first, hillary clinton's pneumonia. the democratic nominee faces questions about her health after the video showing her stumbling into a van as she left the 9/11 service early. she canceled a two-day trip to california as she recovers. >> we interviewed the former secretary of state on friday. no mention of the pneumonia. donald trump defying expectations by remaining silent about her health scare. 57 days until the election. just 11 days until early voting begins in some states.
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the stakes could not be higher. the two candidates will face off in the first debate just two weeks from tonight. we have it all covered. let's begin with senior correspondent zeleny. he is near >> good morning, chris. hillary clinton was set to leave on a three-day west coast swing today. but she is at home in chappaqua this morning on doctor's orders. her health concerns have gone from conspiracy theories to a genuine campaign issue. hillary clinton off the campaign trail this morning as she recovers from pneumonia, canceling a two-day trip to california. his health thrush ee ee ee eed spotlight. this video shows clinton leaving early and as she tries stepping into her van, she

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