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♪ kmp trump fending off criticism over what he said during and after the big debate. and now a former miss universe is weighing into trump. remember he took issue with her appearance. we'll show you what she said. hillary clinton calls it in. bernie sanders joining her on the campaign trail with one target. young voters. how clinton is trying to capitalize that she believes is a big debate. and shimon peres passing away te age of 93. benjamin netanyahu just will a
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press conference. good morning, i'm christine th east. donald trump claiming that he won the debate this despite the fact that he stirred up a hornets nest of controversies that he keeps on stirring on the stump. even after the debate, trump is repeating his fact-check and debunked claim that he opposed the iraq war. most surprisingly he is not letting go of the stinging criticism of a former beauty pageantgoer. cnn's sara murray is with the campaign and has the latest. >> reporter: good morning, john and christine, even as some of donald trump's own supporters say they had misgivings about his performance, a very fired up trump took the stage saying he
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won the debate even insisting that he held back against hillary clinton. >> last night, when i debated secretary clinton on america's future -- for 90 minutes, i watched her, very carefully, and i was also holding back, i didn't want to do anything to embarrass her. >> now, at times, this rally almost felt like a throwback of the republican primary, he kept toyotaing poll numbers and slamming the media. if donald trump lived any opportunity to go after her on the campaign stage, he clearly did not on the campaign trail. now a former miss universe
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reacting to the insults she said donald trump hurled at her. remember, hillary clinton brought up alicia machado. machado said that atrump was really rude after she put on weight. he told fox news, gained a massive amount of weight and it was a real problem. machado is speaking out to defend latinos and women from trump's insults. >> he was really aggressive. he was really rude. he was a bad person with me. and that is the story that i need to share. for my community. >> a big day on the trail for hillary clinton and hopes to fix a nagging problem for her campaign. bernie sanders joins a one-time rival in new hampshire, telling a surge of events for clinton in
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key battleground states. she needs his help to woo skeptical younger voters. also this morning, clinton is receiving a pretty surprising endorsement from the arizona republic. the paper wrote we understand trump's candidacy tapped a deep discontent among those who felt behind by a changed economy and shifting demographics. their concerns deserve to be discussed with respect. trump hasn't done that he has merely pandered. instead of offering solution, he hangs scapegoats like pinatas and invites people to take a twinge. this is hillary clinton's opportunity. she can reach out to those who feel left behind. and as for hillary clinton, in a cnn poll calling her debate a
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victory. >> i'm going to leave it to the fact-checkers to go through all of donald trump's claims. there was a lot of work for fact-checkers last night. when i confronted him about why he won't release his tax returns, i said, maybe he paid zero, he said that makes him smart. if thought paying taxes makes him smart is, what does that make all the rest of us? >> nielsen said about 84 million people watched the debate at home on traditional television. add to that the millions more who watched at appears, bars, offices and online and that makes it unquestionably the most watched debate. >> i think it was a record more than football, isn't it? >> they thought 100 million people would watch the debate. i thought it might hit super bowl levels. it didn't quite hit that.
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wells fargo cracking under the pressure following the fate of the scandal. john stumpf will sacrifice most of his salary. he is keeping his job but another executive is out. terry tolstedt. they will not receive a salary or bonus. but she could walk away with stocks. she ran the division the entire time. wells fargo is also launching an independent investigation into the sales, the practice of opening fake accounts began years earlier than wells fargo had previously acknowledged during thele company's investigation, ceo john stumpf who worked for free, i've got to tell you, they're two weeks late on this, i think. they're really behind the pr and public outrage on this. >> not to mention the indiscretions to begin with.
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>> exactly. >> they're years behind on that. wells fargo has become a four letter word for democrats and republicans or capitol hill. this morning, the world is mourning the loss of a man who spent decades working for peace. former israeli prime minister shimon peres passed away overnight. spent over six decades in public service and was really one of the last living links to israel's founding fathers. he did receive the nobel peace prize for his work for trying to build bridges in the middle east. outside of tel aviv with the reaction this morning. oren. >> reporter: and he unfailingly tried to build peace and tried to build relationships with israelis and palestinians until the very end. he saw that as his mission, his calling, and that is very much his legacy that's being remembered not only here in israel, but world leaders as were el.
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expecting to attend his funeral which looks like it's set up for friday although that isn't for sure yet. president obama said a light has gone out but the hope he gave us will burn forever. shimon peres was a soldier for israel, for the jewish people for justice, for peace and for the belief that we can be true to our best selves, to the very end of our time on earth. the pope, u.n. secretary-general, bill and hillary clinton, joe biden, a long list of world leaders expected to pay their respects to shimon peres. he was a dreamer, a visionary, a believer in peace and worked on it until the very end. on the morning he suffered the stroke, he gave an hour-long speech and even posted a facebook video. towards working towards peace
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and building trust, a job he started 70 years ago that he was working on until the day he passed. >> or be lieberman in tel aviv, thanks so much. what a life, shimon peres, he was crucial in building up the military and bringing in the nuclear program and after basically developing the machinery for war, he then reached across to work for peace which he's done for the last several decades. an inspiring figure for that country and many around the world. >> prime minister twice, he's held every government position you can imagine. really a life as a statesman. police in california defending their actions after shooting and killing a black man. next, the video proof that police say forced them to open fire.
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welcome back. police in southern california right now are pleading for calm after officers fatally shot an african-american man. about 200 protesters gathered
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near the scene. they have remained peaceful. police say this unidentified man was acting erratically behind a restaurant in el cajon. the police chief said the man kept his hands in his pockets, he refused demands. they were forced to take action. you can see him there, you can see his stance. this is image from a cell phone video. >> at one point, the male rapidly drew an object from his front pants pocket, placed both hands together on and extended it rapidly towards the officer taking what appeared to be a shooting stance. putting the object in the officer's face. at this time, one of the officers with the taser discharged his taser in an effort to subdue the subject. simultaneously, the officer who had the object pointed at him discharged his firearm, striking the male. >> police will not release the full video until the district attorney reviews it. no word yet what object that man
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was holding when he was shot but we were told no gun was found. court documents reveal keith scott, the black man killed by police owned a gun and threatened to kill his wife and son last year. records though that his wife got a protective order against him. charlotte police said scott had a weapon when he was fatally shot last week. the scott family insists he was not armed that he was released by the family includive. whatever scott's record before this incident it does not speak to what happened at that moment. and it does not speak to what police knew about him when they pulled up there. they were there to serve a warrant on another man. so, no matter what his past was, that's not something police knew, so it did not play into whether or not their shooting of him was justified or not. >> that's a very good point. 15 minutes after the hour. could the russians rig the
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outcome of the race between hillary clinton and donald trump? top security official, take nothing chance -- next.
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president obama has selected jeffrey de laurentiis to become the first deputy general of cuba. he was wildly expected. but republicans leading to his opposition makes it unlikely he'll actually be confirmed. so, he was nominated, unlikely he'll be confirmed. the fact of the matter, he actually holds an ambassador
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title to the previous job and was a diplomat to cuba. he's effectively the ambassador there. >> so, he's doing the job? >> he's doing the job. but he's not officially the ambassador to cuba. and new jersey governor chris christie is once again denying that he any knowledge of the lane closures which later became known as the bridgegate scandal. a former employee already atestified that christie knew about the lane closures on the george washington bridge as they were happening. the governor says that's not true. >> i knew nothing about the lane realignments before they happened. i knew nothing about the lane realignments as they were happening. i had nothing to do with the planning of it. i had no -- nothing to do with authorizing it. and we sit here now nearly three years later, and there has not been one scintilla of evidence
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to contradict what i just said. >> former port authority executive david wildstein claims he and christie discussed the lane closure at a 9/11 ceremony on september 13. you're looking at photos of their meeting. he said the governor laughed about it. he testified that he joked about the traffic jams. new york and new jersey bomber ahmad rahami will not make an appearance at his ary arraignment because he is still unconscious. they say these men are likely to have left the area and may not even know that air being sought as potential witnesses. >> i'm watching that video and fwornd th and saw this nice roller bag and
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said, hey. >> the police still want to talk to him. new york police investigating an investigation in a bronx warehouse that killed a fire chief and injured 20 others. police say the 34-year-old was captured tuesday after a brief manhunt. michael fahey, a 17-year fire department veteran was killed when an scomplor tore the roof off that building. today, the fbi is investigating the hack of phones of top officials. this new development comes on the same they homeland security chief jeh johnson told lawmakers that 18 states are warding off attacks that he believes can be election day. >> john and christine, the question is a provocative one can we expect the hacks by
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suspected hackers targeting homeland security. the homeland security department says the answer is yes. they're working with the states to improve cyber security for election systems around the country. first of all, there is no indication that any voting systems have been tampered with. and the voting machines aren't even connected to the internet. homeland secretary jeh johnson said he's take nothing chances. he's what he told in a hearing. >> in the runup to the november 8th election, we have been working with state election officials, local election officials, to help them with their cyber security when they ask. and i'm pleased that 18 states have now come forward and requested our assistance in their cyber security efforts. >> donald trump has raised the prospect of a rigged election and senate minority leader harry reid has made similar comments. a state official says they're confident that they've got enough resources to assure
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security around the elections. at monday night's debate both hillary clinton and donald trump have said they will accept the election results. john and christine. elon mosque is nothing upon a dreamer now he's revealing details and a time line to sentence humans to mars. he estimates the traditional launch will cost $10 million but because he aims to include the cost per ton by 5 million%. it's big for him. by 2024. musk said the trip per person would drop to $200,000. >> i have great respect for elon musk and everything he does but there's positive way it's going to take off by 2024. all of this space tour imstuff is always months away. they've been saying that for 15 years. >> come on, berman, dream big. >> i'm going to make the first trip to jupiter in 2012. wait, that already happened.
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i missed that. donald trump's past coming up once again as an issue in his campaign. what a former beauty queen now says about the republican nominee. what she told anderson, after he had some scathing words for her. "hey! you get that memo too?" "it's just an alert from credit karma. they help me with this whole--being an adult thing." "credit karma seriously helped you feel like an adult?" "yeah." "free credit monitoring?" "i feel like it's working all ready." "credit karma. give yourself some credit."
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♪ so, it's donald trump versus the beauty queen. his new post debate line of attack that has this former miss universe responding on anderson cooper overnight. we'll give you the latest on what they're both saying. hillary clinton is feeling the bern. bernie sanders hitting the campaign trail to help target young voters on what was seen as a debate for her. and leaders from around the world. people everywhere remembering shimon peres, a warrior for peace. really an astounding figure in the middle east and the world
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over the last six decades. ly has passed away at the age of 93. we'll have much more on his legacy. william back to "early start." i'm john berman. >> and i'm christine romans. it's 30 minutes past the hour, donald trump claiming he won the debate despite the polls saying hillary clinton won the debate. even after the debate trump is repeating his fact-checked and debunked claims. he's refusing to let go of the weight gain of a former miss universe. she's speaking out. cnn's sara murray is with the trump campaign and has the latest. >> reporter: good morning, john and christine, even as some of donald trump's own supporters say they had misgivings about
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his debate performance, a very fired up candidate took the stage last night saying he won the debate even saying he held back against hillary clinton. >> last night when i debated secretary clinton on america's future -- for 90 minutes, i watched her very carefully, and i was also holding back. i didn't want to do anything to embarrass her. >> reporter: now at times, this rally almost felt like a throwback to the donald trump of the republican primaries. he kept touting his poll numbers and even to slam the media. at least one thing is fair if donald trump missed any opportunity to go after hillary clinton on the debate stage, he clearly did not on the campaign trail. back to you, guys.
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>> sara murray, thanks so much. now at the center of the campaign debate, a former miss universe reacting to the insults that she said donald trump has hurled at her. alic alic alicia machado said that trump was really rude after he put on weight after the pageant. on fox news. >> i know that person, that person was a miss universe person. and she was the worst we ever had. the worst, the absolute worst. he was impossible and she was a miss universe contestant and ultimately a winner who they had a tremendously difficult time with as miss universe. >> did not know that story. >> she was the winner, and she gained a massive amount of weight and it was a -- it was a
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real problem. we had a real problem. >> it was trump who brought this up on his own on fox news after the debate which is really interesting. machado on anderson cooper is speaking out. >> he was really aggressive. he was really rude. he was a bad person with me. and that is the story that i need to share. for my community. >> so the clinton campaign found her, all of a sudden, this was discussed in the debate. it was almost like they were baiting donald trump. and he took the bait and then he took the bait again and kept stirring it up. it may not even be a story today if he hadn't been still stirring the pot. >> no on the debate stage, it sort of passed. the fact that he brought it up today is what is surprising. a big day for the hillary clinton campaign who helps to
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fix a nagging problem. sources tell cnn sanders is planning a new surge of events for clinton in these key battleground states. she needs his help to woo skeptical younger voters. also clinton is receiving a surprising endorsement from the arizona republic which has never, ever, ever backed a democrat. the paper said we understand trump's candidacy tapped a deep discontent among those who feel left behind by a changed economy and shifting demographics. their concerns deserve to be discussed with respect. ironically, trump hasn't done that he has merely pandered, instead of offering solutions. he hangs scapegoats like pinatas and invites people to take a swing. this is hillary clinton's opportunity. she can reach out to those who feel left behind."
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>> i'm going to leave it to the fact checkers to go through the claims last. there was a lot of work for fact czechers last night. i got to the point and said maybe he's paid zero, he said that makes him smart. now, if not paying taxes makes him smart, what does that make all the rest of us? >> he also says about 84 million people watched the debate at home on traditional television. after that, millions more who watched at appearparties, bars, offices and especially online. that makes it unquestionable the most watched debate in history. the world is mourning a man who spent decades for peace. shimon peres passed away last night. he was one of the last living
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links to israel's founding fathers. he was so crucial in the development of that young nation. he did receive the nobel peace prize for his work trying to build bridges, cnn's oren liebermann is live at the hospital where peres died just outside of tel aviv with the reaction, not just from israel, but from all over the world. >> reporter: absolutely. israeli leaders, as well as world leaderings from the u.s., from europe, australia, all paying their respects to shimon peres in what you mentioned there very much will be his legacy. a man who believed in peace, a man who dreamed of peace and who had a vision of peace, a man working on that until the very end. trying to build trust between israelis and palestinians. that will be his legacy, just a small part of what will be remembered in addition to the founding father of israel who helped build the state. as for what world leaders are saying. let me read you a snippet of
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what president barack obama said. he said is a light has gone out but the hope he gave us will burn forever. shimon peres was a soldier for israel, for the jewish people, for justice, for peace, for the belief that we can be true to our best selves to the very end of our time on earth and in the legacy that we leave to others. that's going on all over the world. from begin, that is what he is tending to. as to who is expected to attend the funeral, leaders from all over, vice president joe biden, president obama, bill and hillary clinton. that say legacy to shimon peres. john. >> this is a man who worked with multiple generations of leaders. for anyone to remember him for
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his service which probably will be at this point on friday. oren liebermann, thanks very much. wells fargo cracking understand pressure following the fake account scandal. the ceo john stumpf will forfeit most of his salary including his bonus and $41 million in stock awards. he's keeping his job. another executive is out, carrie tolstedt, head of the division, she left the company ahead of her scheduled retirement. he will not receive a salary or a bonus. she could walk away with stocks for her career. wells fargo bred of directors also said tuesday it is launching an independent investigation for its company practices. that is tuesday. this has been going on for weeks now. the board looks it's behind the
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curve here. the stock is now at a 2 1/2-year low. stock is down 17% this year. shareholders, customers of this bank, you know, there's a class action, two former bankers filed a class action lawsuit saying, hey, this was a culture they were forced to cheat to get ahead. >> the culture changed? they've changed some seats but has the culture changed? >> this is the kind of thing that goes on in college courses. they'll look at whatnot to do. 40 minutes past the hour. police in california say they were forced to open fire in a confrontation that ended in the death of an african-american man.
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all right, this morning, police in southern california are pleading for calm after officers fatally shot an
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african-american man. about 200 protesters were gathered near the scene. they've remained peaceful. police say the unidentified man, they say he was acting erratically behind a restaurant. police say he refused commands. they say the officers were forced to take action when the man hold his hands in what they call a shooting stance. you see this image here from cell phone video. >> at one point, the man rapidly drew an object from his front pants pocket. placed both hands together on it, extended it rapidly towards the officer taking what appeared to be a shooting stance. putting the object in the officer's face. at this time, one of the officers with the taser discharged his taser in an effort to subdue the subject. simultaneously, who had the object pointed at him discharged his firearm. striking the male. >> police will not release the
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full video until the district attorney reviews it. no word yet on what the object the man was holding, or what exactly that object was, but he was shot, no gun, though, was found. >> court documents veal keith scott, the man killed by charlotte police owned a gun and had threatened to kill his wife and son last year. his wife received a protective order against him. the court records show scott had an unlicensed gun and was a convicted felon. the police say he had a weapon when fatally shot. the scott family insists he was not armed. videos of the police and family are inclusive. that will depend upon the outcome of that investigation. >> right. if the officers were there serving a warrant, they had no idea what his past was, what his record was. only matter what is they saw or felt at this time. accused new york and new jersey bomber ahmad rahami will
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not make a court appearance. his scheduled arraignment has been delayed because rahami is still unconscious in the hospital. investigators believe the two men seen were unloading a pressure cooker in a bag. they feel they were visiting new york city. they may not even know they're being sought as potential witnesses. police arrested a suspect in an explosion in a bronx warehouse. the 34-year-old susid o was captured. fire chief michael fahey was killed in the explosion. pollsters have hillary clinton with the win. do investors?
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this morning, the fbi is investigating suspected attempts to hack the mobile phones of top democratic officials. agents are now asking to examine the phones of several party staffers. this new development coming on the same day that homeland security chief jeh johnson said 18 states have asked to investigate hackers. let's go to evan perez. >> john and christine, the question is a provocative one, can we expect cell phone attacks targeted. homeland security says the answer is yes. they're working with states to improve cyber security for election systems around the country. first of all there is no indication that any voting systems have been tampered with and the voting machines aren't
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even connected to the internet. but jeh johnson says he's taking no chances. here's what he told senators at a hearing on national security threats. >> in the runup to the november 8th election, we have been working with state election officials, local election officials to help them with their cyber security when they ask. i'm pleaseded 18 states have now come forward and requested our assistance in their cyber security efforts. >> now, donald trump has raised the prospect of a rigged election and senate minority leader harry reid has made similar comments. a state official says that they're confident that they've got enough resources to assure security around the elections. at monday night's die bait, both hillary clinton and donald trump have said they will accept the election results. john and christine. new jersey governor chris christie once again denying he had any knowledge of the 2013 lane closures that later became known agency the bridgegate
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scandal. a former port authority executive has already testified christie knew about the politically motivated lane closures on the george washington bridge as they were happening but the governor insists he knew nothing. >> i knew nothing about the lane realignment before they happened. i knew nothing about the lane realignments as they were happening. i had nothing to do with the planning of it. i had no -- nothing to do with authorizing it. and we sit here now, nearly three years later, and there has not been one scintilla of evidence to contradict what i just said. >> former port authority executive david wildstein claims he and christie discussed those lane closures at a 9/11 ceremony in september of 2013. you're looking at photos of their meeting there. wildstein said the governor laughed about the traffic jams. he testified he joked to him about shutting down those lanes.
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washington faces a flooding threat as fall weather settles in. meteorologist pedram javaheri has the latest for us. >> good morning, john and christine. it's really interesting when it comes to how much rainfall could come down across parts. united states. we have a frontal boundary of the trough bringing in cool canadian air across parts of the great lakes, eventually in the north east and southeast as well. about 9 million people from baltimore out towards washington out to a flood watch. late this morning, we get the first bout of heavy rainfall around washington and baltimore. sometimes around 5:00 to 6:00 p.m. all in all, when you take a look at this, the models light up like a christmas tree. we're talking about 4 to 6 inches of rain fall over the next few days. this could be a disastrous amount in some neighborhoods if this plays out. eventually, after the rain falls
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we bring in cooler temperatures. here's what it looks like over the next few days. washington into the mid-60s. atlanta in the 70s where they belong. so a pleasant change for some people. >> a pleasant change. elon musk, he is nothing if not a dreamer. i would say nothing if not a salesman. the spacex founder is revealing details in a time line. i will say alleged debates in a alleged time line. >> john berman dripping with skepticism. >> he estimates, i should allegedly estimates, a traditional alaunch will cost $10 billion but says he aims to improve the launch by $5 million. if all goes well, the first customer could take off for mars by 2024. musk says the cost per person may drop to $200,000. if you're skeptical, as much as i admire elon musk.
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i just don't buy these space projections. we've been making them for years and years. it's always one way away, two years away. >> if you don't dream big you don't dream. >> just show me the results. show me the spacecraft. so me the space ship. >> show me. let's get an early start on "your money." investors liked what 93 saw from hillary clinton in monday's debate. clinton is seen by wall street as the more predictable candidate. private prison operators, they didn't get a debate bounce. they got a debate trounce. shares up corrections corp. of america. clinton said he would like to seat private operators banned from state systems following the move to take out of the federal prison system. new signs that consumers are feeling pretty good and they're not worried about the election. the reading is 104.
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by comparison, it was at 25 at the worst of the recession. this is according to the conference board which is a business association that tracks these things. driving the optimism, unemployment, 4.9%. president obama's approval straight above. 50%. sometimes it can track each other. wages are finally increasing, rising 5.2% last year. the federal reserve is under fire and donald trump could be its biggest critic. here's a claim he repeated in the debate. >> when they raise interest rates you're going to see very bad things happen. the fed is not doing their job. the fed is being more political than secretary clinton. >> i wanted to give you context of the fed and its job. politics is not in the fed's dna. it was designed to be independent way back in 1913. it's independent of the three branches of government. the president of congress cannot tell it were to act on interest rates. it uses economic data to make
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that decision. the fed by the way, we looked into the numbers, the fed has been great for taxpayers. poured $117 million back into the coffers from everything from military to food stamps. it's a popular punching bag for donald trump who says that janet yellen is somehow trying to help president barack obama and by extension hillary clinton. when you look at how it's set up, 14-year terms of the members, it's designed to be insulated from washington. >> you can see why it appears to be part of a system, that people see as rigged. they see the fed as the man behind the curtain or in this case, the woman behind the curtain. >> politically, the only thing i've noticed in the last few years is fed members complaining that washington isn't doing its job and it's forced them to take too heavy of a hand in the economy because the fed has budgets, infrastructure spending and tax reform. these are things that your
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congress should be doing. they aren't. "early start" continues right now. donald trump on defense this morning, despite the fact he says he won the debate. he is on the trail going after a, not just hillary clinton, but a former miss universe. taking issue with her appearance and now on anderson cooper overnight, she has responded. hillary clinton calls in the reserves, bernie sanders around the campaign trail with one target, young voters. how clinton is trying to capitalize on what she believes is a big debate win. >> one of the world's great agents for peace, a man who worked decades to make this world a better place has passed. shimon peres being remembered for everything he did, not just for israel, but also for the world. good morning, everyone. welcome to "early start." i'm john berman. >> i'm

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