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i'm george howell. >> i'm christine romans. it is tuesday, september 13th. it is 5:00 a.m. in the east. breaking overnight. hillary clinton doing damage control while recovering from illness. taking a day off the campaign trail. calling in to anderson cooper last night after resting for most of the day. addressing significant concerns about her health and the lack of transparency in her campaign. the campaign waiting two days to reveal that secretary clinton was suffering from pneumonia and only coming clean after the video emerged showing clinton stumbling getting into the motorcade to leave the ground zero service. her husband escalating the controversy telling cbs something like this happened before. >> rarely, but on more than one occasion over the last few years, the same thing happened to her when she got severely dehydrat dehydrated. >> now for the latest, let's turn to cnn's joe johns in
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chappaqua, new york. >> reporter: george and christine. it is expected to be another day of rest for hillary clinton here in chappaqua, new york. her husband, the former president, is expected to fill in for her at a fund-raiser in the los angeles area. she was expected to attend tonight. on monday, she also stayed home in chappaqua recovering from the pneumonia diagnosis she got on friday only revealing it after she was caught stumbling on video leaving the 9/11 memorial service sunday. she said she was overheated. in a television interview with anderson cooper, she said she spoke with charles schumer who was always recovering from pneumonia. >> i did not think it was that big a deal.
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i know chuck didn't tell anybody. if it happens to you and you are a busy and active person, you keep moving forward. you know, i think it is fair to say, anderson, people know more about me than almost anyone in public life. >> reporter: while former secretary clinton continues her recovery, bill clinton is expected to fill in for her at an event on wednesday. she wants to get back on the campaign trail in the next couple days. christine and george. thank you. hillary clinton also taking on the criticism of the illness. using it to turn the spotlight on her rival. she slammed donald trump for failing not only to release his health records, but failing to release tax returns. >> compare everything you know about me with my opponent. i think it is time he met the same level of disclosure that i have for years. you know, you've got a medical
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report on me that meets the same standard as mitt romney and barack obama. donald trump's doctor said he would be the healthiest president in history. that is not even serious. this is a man with unknown numbers of partners and investors who says he is doing 120 foreign deals. the american people deserve to know what he's up to and what he is hiding. if we weren't fast enough, i talked to my staff and we take responsibility for that. the information is out there. you can't say the same thing about donald trump. >> brian fallon from your campaign said your campaign is going to release more of your records. i know you know donald trump has had a physical on friday and he will release that soon. will you be releasing more details about your medical history and do you know how detailed it will be or how far
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it will go back and will it include what happened in 2012 when you fell and hit your head? >> we will release more information. i think it is fair to say we already met the standard of disclosure of past presidential candidates like mitt romney and president obama. will add more information, but i already released information about my health in this campaign as well as nearly 40 years of tax returns. we already met a high standard of transparency. we know the least about donald trump of any candidate in recent american history. know virtually nothing about his business or foreign investors. it is really past time for him to be held to the same standard not just as me, but everybody else who sought this job. >> let's discuss all of this. the fall from clinton's illness and the rest of the day in politics. we are pleased to have ron
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brownstein here. i'm glad you are here. a day off the campaign trail with 60 days left to go or something. every moment is critical. she calls in last night to anderson. how do you think she is doing on damage control? >> the best damage control is her level of disclosure with donald trump. he is in a class by himself by not releasing tax returns and the one-page absurd letter from his doctor. >> he said more is coming. >> finally more is coming. that is the easiest comparison for her. it is harder for her to explain why and the instinct concluding you are one of the last two people to be president of the united states and you have a diagnosis of pneumonia. that is unfortunate to say you don't feel it is necessary to
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share. it is the instinct to pull up the bars. the comparison is the best round for her is taking care of trump. >> and transparency has been an issue for the clinton campaign. they kept things close to the vest. it worked for them in the past. this time it didn't. also bill clinton saying this happened before. i want you to listen to this. >> rarely, but on more than one occasion, over the last many, many years, the same sort of thing happened to her when she got severely dehydrated. >> ron, bill clinton going on defense saying it happened before. is this bill doing a bill? trying to help, but is it helping? >> first of all, it is not clear what he means by this sort of thing. the stumbling and sense she was losing her balance, if he says it happened before, they are attributing it to pneumonia. i think it raises the question
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if it is related to pneumonia or not. he needs to clear it up. it raised more questions. >> it happened before. is she working herself to the bone and she never stops or is there something else? donald trump attacking janet yell yellen. i heard somebody call her the economy's grandma. he is going after her. she is independent of the administration. independent of the government. the fed is the only thing that is working on behalf of the american economy because congress has not done anything. is he right that they are fixing the economy? >> it is similar and revealing to his comments about the generals where he said i'd fire the generals. there would be different generals in i came in. he is projecting executive authority from the private sector company where you are at the top of the curve and you control everyone. it betrays a lack of nuance of
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understanding of all of the independent powers that make up the american government of which the fed is one. >> appointed by the president. >> operating with a 15-year term. and the comments there would be different generals. as if he would be adjusting abruptly and reshaping the chain of command and progress of promotion. i think it is a revealing view of how you get things done from the public sector coming from the private sector. if you win, there may be a collision. >> everything is rigged against you. it fits into that too. even to the setting of interest rates is rigged. >> absolutely right. he is appealing to a coalition with a lot of grievances. a majority will say life was better 50 years ago. one of the most revealing questions in the campaign. very few african-americans,
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hispanic, women, gays. however discontent, they don't want to go back to the way america was 50 years ago. donald trump stokes that sense of grievance. there is an elite out to get them or at least not looking out for their interests. >> ron, thank you. >> get a cup of coffee. come back. we have another one from you today. this morning, we are following a story. syria claiming it shot down an israeli war plane. israel denies it. what does this mean for the region? "early start" continues.
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breaking news we are following. the syria military claiming it shot down an israeli war plane and drone near the syrian border
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with golan heights. israel denies any aircraft was hit as the cease-fire appears to be taking hold for now. secretary of state john kerry and foreign minister sergei lavrov bro lavrov brokered the deal. a lot happening when many are skeptical peace can hold in the region. cnn's jomana karadsheh joins us live. jomana, let's talk about the breaking news. syria claims of it shot down a war plane and a drone. >> reporter:gege, according to the syrian military, the claim they shot down israeli war plane and drone over golan heights. the israelis for their part, idf came out denying this. they say this is completely false. they say they carried out targeted strikes against
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artillery positions in syria and that there were two surface-to-air missiles that were launched from inside syria. at no point were aircraft safety compromised. this comes after recent incidents in recent days. we have seen reports of projectiles landing from the syrian site into the golan heights. this all really depogoes to shoe complexity of the fight and so many players involved in the conflict. george, over the last 15 or 16 hours or so, reports coming from syria from monitoring group that monitoring the conflict there saying there are no reported or casualties or deaths among civilians since the russian brokered truce went into effect. the sporadic violence reported on the rebel side.
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so far there have been no reports of significant violence. we will have to wait and see in the coming hours in this truce will hold. we heard from the regime saying they will abide by it, but they reserve the right to respond to any attacks and from the moderate opposition saying they will abide by it. one assumes under pressure from the united states and other countries that back it, but they have a lot of reservations about this. >> even the secretary of state saying this deal is less than perfect, but saying it is better than nothing. it is something. at least a start. our international correspondent jomana karadsheh. thank you. sharp criticism from donald trump accusing janet yellen of playing politics. he says she is keeping interest rates low to protect president obama's legacy. >> she's keeping them artificially low to get obama retired. i think she is very political and to a certain extent, she should be ashamed.
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>> very rare for a candidate to have sharp criticism. the federal reserve is independent of the white house. trump called stocks a false market. saying money essentially free and the stock market would collapse. he sa he said savers are getting creamed. $9 trillion from the central bank. what does it mean for you? that brings me to today's romans numer numeral. 3.44%. the average 30-year fixed rate. lowest levels of the year. all that cheap money kept interest rates low. even mortgage rates. that will go up with the interest rate hike. the cost of home equity lines d credit cards. the era of cheap money
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hillary clinton defending herself after waiting two days to admit she had been diagnosed
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with pneumonia. now she is speaking out exclusively to cnn. donald trump insisting hillary clinton apologize for saying half of his supporters fit quote into a basket of deployables. syrian saying they shot down an israel war plane which israel denies. all this while the cease-fire is in place. welcome to "early start." i'm christine romans. >> i'm george howell. and hillary clinton calling in to anderson cooper last night to address her health and lack of transparency in the campaign. the campaign waiting two days to reveal the former secretary was suffering from pneumonia. only disclosing the pneumonia diagnosis after the video you
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see here coming to light showing clinton struggling to get into the motorcade on sunday. her husband, escalating the controversy telling cbs that something like this happened once before. >> rarely, but on more than one occasion, over the last many years, the same sort of thing happened to her when she got severely dehydrated. >> now clinton and trump under pressure to release more medical records. we have joe johns with the latest from chappaqua, new york. >> reporter: george and christine, it is expected to be another day of rest for hillary clinton in chappaqua, new york. her husband, the former president, is expected to fill in for her at a fund-raiser in the los angeles area. she was expected to attend tonight. on monday, she stayed at home in chappaqua recovering from that diagnosis of pneumonia she got on friday, which was only
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revealed after she was caught on video stumbling into a van after leaving the 9/11 memorial service in new york city early. she said she was overheated. in a telephone interview with anderson cooper, hillary clinton said she spoke with charles schumer who told her he also was recovering from pneumonia. >> i just didn't think it was going to be that big a deal. you know, i know chuck said he didn't tell anybody. it is the kind of thing if it happens to you and you are a s busy active person, you keep moving forward. it is fair to say people know more about me than anyone in public life. >> reporter: while secretary clinton continues recouper ration, bill is expected fill in for her in nevada on wednesday. she wants to get back on the campaign trail in the next
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couple days. >> joe, thank you. to talk more about the fallout from the illness and the rest of the day in politics, we have ron brownstein with us. ron, great to have you with us on set. let's talk about hillary clinton calling in to anderson cooper's show. she is off the campaign trial, but not off the campaign trail in the age of calling in and talking about transparency, but turning the tables on donald trump. listen. >> you have a medical report on me that meets the same standard as mitt romney and barack obama. donald trump's doctor said he would be the healthiest president in history. that is not just even serious. i released 40 years of tax returns. he hasn't released one. he has unknown partners and investors who said he is doing 120 foreign deals. the american people deserve to
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know what he is up to and what he is hiding. >> so as the questions come up, she focuses on trump. he had the bizarrely written statement about his health and business deals. his tax records. is he under as much pressure? >> isn't calling into anderson cooper like answering e-mail on a sick day? i think it is a mistake for her not to disclose the illness on friday. the presidential candidate with pneumonia should be shared with the public. she had a point. the comparison with trump is an asset. the amount of information we have about him is remarkable. the one-page letter from his doctor was meaningless. teddy roosevelt had been in combat a few years earlier. we had his records. this is a violation of the norms
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we have seen in presidential campaigns. i think hillary clinton's instinct is to hold closer to the vest. there is no question the comparison to trump. if that is the only comparison, she has been relatively transpare transparent. >> we have talked about the personality choice and a really persona driven election. donald trump last night in asheville, he says he has the policiies that she is hate-filled. listen to the sound bite. >> our vision of hope stands in stark contrast to my opponent's campaign of hate. hillary clinton has been running a hate-filled and negative campaign with no policy, no solutions and no new ideas.
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by contrast, i have been going around the country offering detailed plans for reform and change. all of these reform plans are available on our web site. and they're extensive. >> this is why trump challenges conventional journalism. so many things he said are wrong. trump has put out policy on taxes and immigration. to some extent on energy. you go beyond that, you have to look hard to have any idea. >> policies changes. >> like a moving target. this is a candidate who started by calling mexican undocumented immigrants rapists. he said a mexican-american judge could not do his job because of his heritage.
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and the rate crime. there is a lot of division in his campaign. and what hillary clinton said about his supporters, candidates never want to impugn the voters. it is never a good idea. the idea she had been the hate-filled candidate and he is a uniter. there is nothing to support that. if anything, his campaign has been divisive. >> the comment deplorable added him campaign material and stump material, no question. >> and it energizes his voters who feel there are elites that look down on him. if you look at modern politics, culture, not class. the democratic coalition is composed of the groups most
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comfortable with the demographic and culture change we are living through. one thing portrayed her as one who will stand as someone for those values and candidate who is uniquely threatening to them. it is not only on the negative side of the ledger for her. it deepens our polarization. >> that comment energizes trump supporters, but opens the door of the things that donald trump has said. >> 60% of voters say they would view trump bias against women and minorities. >> ron brownstein, thank you. 38 minutes past hour. watching for 401(k) today? dow futures down triple digits. the calm is over on wall street. that summer calm is over. big bounce. dow jumping 239 points.
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it snaps a three-day losing streak. investors grappling with the chances of a fed rate hike next week. the fed is meeting next week. every word uttered can change everything. the case to raise interest rates soon is less compelling and the fed needs to show prudence. look what that did to investors bets of what the fed will do next. 24 hours ago a probability of a september rate hike was one in four. now it is 15%. the chances of the move is also dropping. the chance of a move in december is 45%. higher rates are coming. >> that will be interesting to find out when it happens. breaking news we are following. syria claiming it shot down an israeli war plane. israel denying that happened. syria now less than 24 hours into the cease-fire. can peace last? if you are heading to the
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there's breaking news we are following. the syrian military claims it shot down an israeli war plane and drone near the syrian border with the golan heights overnight. israel is denying any aircraft were hit. all this as the fragile cease-fire in syria appears to be taking hold for now. secretary of state john kerry and russian minister lavrov brokered the deal. kerry says it looks good so far. let's bring in cnn's jomana karadsheh monitoring all of this
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for us live from amman, jordan. what can you tell us this morning? >> reporter: christine, the syrian military came out with a claim saying they shot down an israeli war plane and israeli drone over the golan heights. they say this happened after the israeli air force targeted the syrian army positions in the area. the defense force came out saying this is completely false and this did not happen. according to the ice rzturiisra carried out targeted positions. they say two surface-to-air missiles were launched in syria. this comes after the past few days where we have seen reports of projectiles landing in the israeli occupied golan heights and israel targeting sources of the projectiles.
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it goes to show the complexity of the syrian conflict. not really contained within the borders of that country. involving so many different players in the region and different countries. this comes as you mentioned after we saw the u.s. and russian brokered truce going into effect on monday at sundown. since then we have not seen claims or reports of major violence. there has been sporadic violence. according to a monitoring group, they say in the first 15 hours of the truce, there have been no civilian deaths reported so far. of course, the hope is the truce will hold. it is not clear if it will. it is tenuous and so much could go wrong. the hope is at least it holds for a few day for the u.s. and other areas to move in with the humanitarian aid in aleppo.
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christine. >> thank you, jomana karadsheh. time to take a look at what is coming up on "new day." alisyn camerota join us. >> good morning. great to see you. we are talking about transparency this morning. i'm holding in my hand the subtotal of what the candidates released on medical records. here is the couple of paragraphs from donald trump. here are the two pages from hillary clinton. easy reads. we will have supporters of trump and clinton on this morning to make the case for why this is enough and whether or not this is enough transparency. we will talk to mike at smerconish and he has a prescription on what each candidate needs to do to win. we will have that and more at the top of the hour. >> thank you so much. a big name silicon valley executive will give $5 million to charity if donald trump does one little thing. i'll tell you what that is when
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welcome back. police in florida release this surveillance video of a suspect who deliberately set fire to the mosque where the pulse nightclub shooter once worshipped. the extent of the damage is still being determined. no one was inside at the time. police are hoping someone will recognize the suspect who local muslims say committed a hate crime. we get more from boris sanchez. >> reporter: christine and george, officials don't have details to the suspect's background. they are putting the video out hoping someone in the public will recognize him and lead them to the suspect. we know so far is that he is a hispanic or white man and he showed up at the mosque at 11:30 last night in a harley davidson style motorcycle. he was wearing a bandana and a
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hat. it was difficult to really get details of his face. he was wearing a button down shirt and jeans. he was holding a glass with filled with paper and liquid. officials have yet to publicly speculate if this is a hate crime. speaking to officials here at the mosque and local muslim leaders, they tell us there is no doubt it is a hate crime. one person at the mosque said this is part of a trend. continuing trend of attacks against muslims in the country. he says a big part of it has to do with the political climate. >> we are in an election year where we have political candidates fueling the hate and fueling the divisions among americans and exhalting anything that diminishes muslims. that doesn't help and creates this environment.
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>> reporter: another interesting note from mr. ruiz. he said if this happened at a church on christmas, the reaction would be much different. we heard from local leaders here they expected a bigger public outcry from state and local government officials. one saying the silence from them is deafening. christine and george. >> boris sanchez, thank you. the ncaa is the latest organization to punish north carolina for anti-lgbt law. it has decided to pull seven championship events from north carolina. including the first and second rounds of the 2017 men's basketball championship. the ncaa president says the anti-lgbt legislation makes the state an unacceptable venue. previously the nba decided to move the 2017 all-star game out of charlotte. the quarterback of the 49ers is continuing the protests. kneeling before his team's
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season opening game monday night. with teammate eric reid joining colin kaepernick trying to shine a light of injustice of people of color. two other 49ers and rams players raised fists in solidarity. and 56 minutes past the hour. dow futures lower. the market vrallied to start th week because the feds should not rush into raising rates. stock markets in europe and asia are mixed. big drop in oil prices. the co- founder of linkedin will donate $5 million to charity if donald trump releases his tax returns before the debate. reid hoffman says he should show and the american people deserve to know what is on his tax returns. hoffman was inspired by a crowd
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funding campaign hoping to raise $1 million for vets if donald trump releases taxes. the most powerful miss people in america with the hands on the levers to hire and fire are cautious. that is the sentiment from the chief executives. the business round table business outlook index fell. the economy is growing, but not gang busters. it is a sign the u.s. election is looming over decision makers and economy. how can the next president spark faster growth? smarter regulation. something we heard from business leaders for a long time. they would like to see something more than just the fed keeping interest rates low to juice the american economy. they would like to see lower corporate taxes and infrastructure build. both presidential candidates would like to do a big infrastructure plan. the question is no matter who is the president, will you get immigration reform and tax reform?
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>> it is ambitious. more now from cnn's interview with hillary clinton. how she explains why it took two days to reveal she was diagnosed with pneumonia. "new day" starts now. >> obviously i should have gotten rest sooner. i thought i could keep going forward and power through. >> you just have to hydrate. >> compare everything you know about me with my opponent. you can't say the same thing about donald trump. >> my opponent slanders you as deplorable and irredeemable. >> we need to call it out. donald trump announced repeatedly we don't want his support. >> do you call him deplorable? ? i'm not in the name calling business. >> because they supported a clinton foundation. hillary believes she is above the law.
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so far she touchurned out to be. >> this is "new day" with chris cuomo. >> we start with hillary clinton speaking out for the first time calling in to cnn to discuss her pneumonia. saying she did not think it would be that big a deal. we know clinton kept the diagnosis for most of her staff. transparency looms large. a major issue in the campaign. what do voters have a right to know? meanwhile, donald trump is slamming the basket of deplorables comment. we just 56 days from election day. ten days from early voting and 13 days from the first debate. we have the race covered for you. let's start with correspondent >> reporter: good morning, alisyn. hillary clinton is acknowledging she and her staff could have
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been more forth coming about her pneumonia diagnosis. few people on her campaign staff knew about it, which made it more difficult for them to react after she became ill at that 9/11 ceremony. the campaign has been trying to walk a fine line about feeding conspiracy theories about her health but sharing critical information with voters that they would surely understand. she explained her decision like this to anderson cooper last night. >> well, i just didn't think it was going to be that big a deal. you know, compare everything you know about me with my opponent. i think it's time he met the same level of disclosure that i have for years. >> reporter: now, former president bill clinton, who's filling in for her on the campaign trail today at fundraisers in california, said this has happened before. he sat down with charlie rose. >> rarely, but on more than one occasion over the last many, many years, the same sort of things happen to her, when she just got severely dehydrated. >> reporter: and she did

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