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>> and i'm christine romans. it's wednesday, october 12th, 5:00 a.m. in the east. 5:00 a.m. in the east which means it's worth keeping up with on twitter to see how donald trump might attack. the list keeps growing. trump is now bragging he is unshackled. and after lashing out at house speaker paul ryan and senator john mccain on twitter, trump had new attacks overflight. he visited the only place he'll do national tv interviews anymore, fox news. >> i'm just tired of nonsupport. i don't really want his support. he calls now and wants to -- this happens all the time. if you sneeze, he calls up and announces, isn't that a terrible thing. look, i don't want his support. i don't care about his support. i want to win for the people because hillary clinton she is a disaster. >> today, trump campaigns in florida. his second day in crucial battle groungsd state which included a news-filled rally overnight. cnn's sara murray was there. >> reporter: good morning, john and christine, while donald
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trump said much of yesterday attacking members of his own party from house speaker paul ryan to senator john mccain by the time he arrived in florida for the evening rally he was ready to set those attacks aside and focus his fire on hillary clinton. seizing on the revelations from her campaign's hacked e-mails that were published b ed bed by wikileaks. >> the hillary clinton documents released today by wikileaks make more clear than ever just how much is at stake in this election. so much corruption. this election will determine whether we remain a free country, in the truest sense of the word, or we become a corrupts banana republic, controlled by large donors and foreign governments. the election of hillary clinton would lead to the destruction of our country, believe me. >> reporter: now, all of this was part of donald trump's strategy to paint hillary clinton as a member of the
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corrupted political establishment. and cast himself as the candidate of change. but even as he was up on his stage, as he's trailing in the polls it was almost like there was a moment of introspection. he was talking about how if it comes out on november 8th that he ends up being a loser this was a race not only of his time but his money. back to you. the clinton and trump campaigns are trading accusations over e-mails hacked by wikileaks. trump seized on the e-mail that purports to show brian fallon communicating with the justice department about a freedom of information lawsuit. trump accused the department of feeding into the clinton campaign. a couple notes here, the information until question was actually publicly available. it had nothing to do with the investigation that clinton's e-mail server by foia or i.c.e. the clinton campaign is accusing of scheming against the
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democratic nominee. john podesta told reporters that the fbi is investigating the hack of his account. he also claimed that roger stone had been in touch with wikileaks founder julian assange about the e-mail hack. >> so, i think it's a reasonable assumption, to -- or at least a reasonable conclusion, that mr. stone had advance warning in the trump campaign had advance warning about what assange was going to do. >> the trump campaign is also out with new full contact tv ad that attacks clinton over her stamina. and strength. watch. >> hillary clinton failed every single time. as secretary of state. now, she wants to be president. hillary clinton doesn't have the fortitude, strength or stamina to lead in our world. >> now, the clinton campaign responded to that ad with a statement saying good to know
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donald trump's meltdown has continued to his tv buys as a b-movie script that would have been rejected as being so ridiculous. as a political ad it's just embarrassing and beneath the dignity of the office. the chair believes the strategy is now to, quote, disgust everyone so they won't come out to the polls. the clinton campaign is countering that with an affirmative message that and included a guy named al gore. >> reporter: hillary clinton is heading west today, she'll be campaigning in colorado and nevada before she begins a two-day fund raising swing in california and washington state. she made an appearance in florida, the mother of all battlegrounds with al gore, someone we have not seen on the campaign trail in years. in fact, it's been 16 years since al gore and hillary clinton have stood on the same campaign stage together. she praised him for his view on climate change, and that is the reason he came out to campaign for her.
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trying to reach out for those young voters and others making the case why elections are indeed important. when the crowd starting chanting "you won, you won," this is what al gore said back. >> i don't want you to be in a position years from now where you welcome hillary clinton, and say, actually, you did win, it just -- it just wasn't close enough to make sure that all the votes were counted. or whatever. elections have consequences. >> that message of that your vote has consequences is something that the clinton campaign is trying to take to heart as early voting is are continuing in earnest across the country. it's starting just today in ohio. they're trying to capitalize and seize on this momentum they have right now. worried that, of course, this could change of course over the next 28 days of this campaign cycle. but donald trump is listing. republicans are divided, suddenly democrats are more
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unified than we've seen them in years. john and christine. let's talk about the newly shaped campaign, we've got cnn policy editor zachary wolf. right and live for us this morning. zach, is this kind of a new strategy from team trump. on the front make of "the wall street journal," the trump attack, turn voters against clinton. we heard them say they think his new strategy is to disgust democrats so they don't come out to vote. is that really happening? >> well, you know, maybe it's some things he's doing in search of a strategy. you would have to kind of go backwards and think did he do that all of that on purpose to make that happen or is he reacting to his own foyables with the reaction of that tape that wouldn't have predicted that would happen. perhaps he's rolling with the punches. i don't believe voter suppression by democrats
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attacking the democrat is necessarily going to work very well. it seems like it would have the opposite effect. we'll see. >> voters suppression by attacking democrats he's also doing voter suppression by attacking his own party, right? he's going after paul ryan every chance. john mccain. trump really went after ryan with the gloves off. listen. >> paul ryan, open borders amnesty, and lots of -- and bad budgets, by the way. very bad budgets. frankly the only one that obama negotiates well with is paul ryan. the shackles are some of the establishment people are people who are weak. senators and others, and paul ryan led to a certain extent by paul ryan -- i think we should get support. and we don't get the support by paul ryan. >> there's nothing more cruel that you can say about paul ryan than budgets. i don't think there's anything
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more personal to him. >> it's pretty clear, i don't think he's looking for republican voters necessarily. he's looking for people who have voted for republicans people who might have identified with republicans but are frustrated with the party. the sort of white working class voter who forms the core of his constituency. people angry at washington. angry at the system. he wants every single one of those to vote. i don't think most experts think there are enough of them out there to win an election. >> we also know that trump was at a rally in florida. he'll also be in florida today. an important state. he's seizing on the latest wikileaks stuff. list ton him in panama city. >> the hillary clinton documents released today by wikileaks make more clear than ever just how much is at take in this
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election. so much corruption. this is collusion and corruption of the highest order. and is one more reason why i ask my attorney general, i will ask, to appoint a special prosecutor. >> you know, it's interest something of the democrats saying they're not even responding to the wikileaks stuff because they don't want to read it because they don't want to enable the whole wikileaks machine. they're saying we should be focusing on the hacks. not necessarily the content. what do you make of that? >> well, you know, it's a good excuse to not have to look at the e-mails and what's inside of them. >> you don't want to discuss it. >> right. there hasn't been what i would call a smoking gun come out of these e-mails. but they're not exactly the best thing that you'd want to have somebody read. the obama administration has accused russia of being behind hacks of, you know, targeting the -- or targeting the election. and now, trump is using a lot of this stuff, so there's also this question of, you know, the trump
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campaign tied to russia. >> right. >> which is something that we've seen a lot about, written a lot about in "newsweek." so it's very murky out there. it's hard to keep track of at this point. >> but in the wikileaks thing again, at this point, it's out there so you can't avoid discussing, brian fallon clearly had been in contact with the justice department, about e-mails. not the fbi investigation, but other things. so it does give trump at least something to talk about on the stump although he's probably not doing it in the most accurate of ways. the democrats did have a powerful out overnight. president obama went to north carolina. and he's really working harder for hillary clinton. i want to play two bits of sound if i can. they're both indicative of what he's trying to do. number one, he's going after republicans deciding to back trump and number two, he's just mocking someone like alex jones,
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radio talk show host. >> you can't repeatedly denounce what is said by someone and then say, but i'm still going to endorse him to be the most powerful person on the planet. i was reading the other day, there's a guy on the radio who apparently, trumps on his show frequently, he said me and hillary are demon. said we smell like sulfur. ain't that something? now -- i mean, come on, people. >> so the president clearly enjoying himself there. clearly trying to rally democrats and progressives there for hillary clinton which does probably help with her base. but also very surgically trying to make the case that
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republicans can't disown donald trump he believes this late in the game. >> right. that goes to the exact problem that paul ryan is having where he wants to simply ignore that donald trump exists while protecting his firewalls in the house and senate. it's very hard. he doesn't want to say i endorse him but at the same time help him at all. republicans and establishment in this country have the most difficult situation i think than anybody's ever seen in politics or politicians. it's incredible. you saw the smile on president obama's face, i'm sure he wouldn't tell you he's happy about this for them, it's pretty clear, they're pretty excited. >> zach wolf, nice to see you this morning. we'll see you in a couple minutes. a little bit of talk about money. the richest americans will see striking differences in their tax bills depending on who gets
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elected in november. new analysis shows understand trump's plan the top americans would see $215,000, that's 13.5 decrease. under clinton plan, they would see an increase of $117,000. that's a 7.4% increase. understand trump's plan, a 1.8 decrease. and clinton's proposal would barely increase by $110. by 0.2 increase. the trump campaign called the aalysis catastrophically flawed. the clinton campaign says her plan will help pay for job creation by making wall street and wealthy corporations paying their fair share of taxes. president obama had been silent about donald trump's comments caught on that "access
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i'm christine romans. >> i'm john berman. 30 minutes past the hour. which "un"applies to donald trump. he says unshackled. is it that or unhinged or unplugged? or undecided voters. after they targeting paul ryan and john mccain on twitter trump took aim overnight on what seems to be the only network left where he'll do national interviews. >> i'm just tired of national support. i don't want his support. if he sneezes, he announces, isn't is that a tishl thing. look, i don't care about his supports. what i want to do is win for the people because hillary clinton she is a disaster. >> today, trump campaigns in florida. this is his second day there as a crucial battleground state. he held a news-filled rally overnight, cnn's sara murray has the latest.
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>> reporter: good morning, john and christine, while donald trump said much of yesterday attacking members of his own party from house speaker paul ryan to senator john mccain by the time he arrived in florida for the evening rally he was ready to set those attacks aside and focus his fire on hillary clinton. seizing on the revelations from her campaign's hacked e-mails that were published by wikileaks. >> the hillary clinton documents released today by wikileaks make more clear than ever just how much is at stake in this election. so much corruption. this election will determine whether we remain a free country, in the truest sense of the word, or we become a corrupt banana republic, controlled by large donors and foreign governments. the election of hillary clinton would lead to the destruction of our country, believe me. >> reporter: now, all of this was part of donald trump's strategy to paint hillary clinton as a member of the corrupted political establishment. and cast himself as the candidate of change.
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but even as he was up on his stage, as he's trailing in the polls it was almost like there was a moment of introspection. he was talking about how if it comes out on november 8th that he ends up being a loser this was a race not only of his time but his money. back to you. zblar ra murray thank you. the clinton and trump campaigns are trading accusations over e-mails hacked by wikileaks. trump seized on the e-mail that purports to show brian fallon communicating with the justice department about a freedom of information lawsuit. trump accused the doj of feeding information to the clinton campaign to, quote, be prepared to cover up on crimes. a couple notes here, the information in question was actually publicly available. it had nothing to do with the investigation that clinton's e-mail server and accusing the
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trump campaign of conspiring with wikileaks. podesta also claims that a trump confidant roger stone had been in touch with wikileaks founder julian assange about the e-mail hack. >> i think, i think it's a reasonable assumption to -- or at least a reasonable conclusion, that mr. stone had advance warning, and the trump campaign had advance warning about what assange was going to do. >> the trump campaign is also out with new full contact tv ad that attacks clinton over her stamina. and strength. watch this. >> hillary clinton failed every single time. as secretary of state. now, she wants to be president. hillary clinton doesn't have the fortitude, strength or stamina to lead in our world. the clinton campaign responded to that ad with a statement saying good to know donald trump's meltdown has continued to his tv buys as a
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b-movie script this would have been rejected as being so ridiculous. as a political ad it's just embarrassing and beneath the dignity of the office. clinton campaign chair john podesta says he believes the stra strategy is to, quote, disgust everyone so they won't come out to the polls. the clinton campaign is countering that with an affirmative message that and included a guy named al gore. cnn's jeff zeleny has the latest. >> reporter: hillary clinton is heading west today, she'll be campaigning in colorado and nevada before she begins a two-day fund raising swing in california and washington state. she made an appearance in florida, the mother of all battlegrounds with al gore, someone we have not seen on the campaign trail in years. in fact, it's been 16 years since al gore and hillary clinton have stood on the same campaign stage together. she praised him for his view on climate change, and that is the reason he came out to campaign for her. trying to reach out to those young voters and others making the case why elections are indeed important.
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when the crowd starting chanting "you won, you won," this is what al gore said back. >> i don't want you to be in a position years from now where you welcome hillary clinton, and say, actually, you did win, it just -- it just wasn't close enough to make sure that all the votes were counted. or whatever. elections have consequences. >> reporter: that message that your vote has consequences is something that the clinton campaign is trying to take to heart as early voting is are continuing in earnest across the country. it's starting just today in ohio. they're trying to capitalize and seize on this momentum they have right now. worried that, of course, this could change over the next 28 days of this campaign cycle. but donald trump is listing. republicans are divided, suddenly democrats are more unified than we've seen them in years. john and christine. all right, joining us now to
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discuss this newly reshapen campaign the managing editor of cnn politics digital zach wolf. thanks for joining us, zach. appreciate it. so, donald trump really is lashing out on all fronts. he's attacking hang seng clinton we heard that in his rally last night in panama city. he's also going after what he considers establishment republicans. paul ryan on twitter. again last night with bill o'reilly. and then john mccain the arizona senator who at one point said he was going to vote for trump pulled back his endorsement of trump after the "access hollywood" comments and trump went hard on mccain overnight. he was desperate to get my endorsement. i gave him my endorsement because he needed for the primary. he easily wins the primary all of a sudden, he does the unendorsement. >> he didn't like the tape thing. >> give me a break. he's never heard salty language before. john mccain who has probably the
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dirtiest mouth in all of the senate. >> at this point in the campaign, you want to be adding voters, not subtracting them. john mccain is just one vote. but is there an impact, perhaps, of letting go of the establishment like this? >> well, you want to be doing campaign events with former party nominees like hillary clinton did yesterday. you don't want to be attacking them, necessarily. you know, donald trump is after -- ever since the leak of the video has been essentially lashing out at everyone, it feels like. and republicans sort of turning their back on him have put him in a place where he's cornered essentially. he has no help from establishment republicans anymore. they had really been doing a lot of the infrastructure of his campaign. and now he's in a situation where he has to do whatever he can. and the case in this case, seems to be that might be just getting those really hard core people who have really frustrated with politics, make sure that every
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single one of them votes and everybody else is just frustrated. >> just one more. i should have said this before, but deb fisher the nebraska senator who suggested she no longer wants trump on the ticket has since rescinded that and said she will vote for donald trump. there's backlash against backlash. >> meanwhile, the drip, drip, drip of the hacked e-mails. and the john podesta accusing the campaign being in league with basically julian assange and releasing this stuff. and you've got donald trump seizing on this as evidence of the collusion and criminality, really of the clinton team. do you think we're just going to have overload from these e-mails and this controversy right up to election day? >> well, i don't think there's been any sort of real smoking gun. there was the issue of brian fallon talking -- you know, former justice department guy working for the clinton campaign. saying he had heard things from
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people at the justice department about a foia lawsuit. it's kind of in the weeds, though. there hasn't been this sort of smoking gun from the podesta e-mails. that could still come. there is a very direct line. the u.s. government has essentially said it's russia who hacked into democrats e-mails and leaked them. so, we do have the russian connection. and then those things find their way into trump's talking points. so there's this kind of vicious cycle involves foreign actors. and it's not the kind of thing anybody expected to be talking about at this stage of the campaign. >> right. >> so barack obama, the president of the united states, he's now weighing into this campaign more than ever before. he's trying to perhaps maybe drive a further wedge between republicans and donald trump. particularly commenting on those who say donald trump's behavior is bad but they're still going to support him, listen. >> you can't repeatedly denounce what is said by someone and then say, but i'm still going to
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endorse him, to be the most powerful person on the planet. >> he seems to be rejoicing in this, zach. >> yeah. and how could he not be? i mean, the republican party is feeding on itself right now with the top of the ticket, arguing with the highest ranking republican in office. and also with, you know, one of their money venerated senators. you can't imagine that democrats are sort of smiling over their wheaties this morning. on the other hand that this is an exciting election for most americans that are going to solve the problems of the country is not going to happen. >> the president having fun. can we play the sulfur clip. a lot of people are talking about this this morning. >> i was reading the other day, there's a guy on the radio parentally trump is on his show frequently, he said that me and hillary are demons. said we smelled like sulfur.
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ain't that something? now -- i mean, come on, people. >> just wanted to play that. so many people are talking about that this morning. the sulfur clip. but the president clearly having a little bit of fun on the stage yesterday. >> indeed. zach wolf, thanks so much for being with us. >> thanks, zach. all right. a big claim from donald trump, he says he can get 4% economic growth if elected. cnn money surveyed economists and asked if they think that's possible. they say, no, highly unlikely. here are the reasons they doubt trump's claim. unemployment already low. it's been hovering around 5% all year. millions of baby boomers are retiring. 10,000 boomers every day turn 65 every day. there are far fewer manufacturing jobs. the number 1.75%.
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that's the new normal for annual economic growth. the top of the new normal range, the federal reserve bank of san francisco put out yesterday. that forecast, that range. the average gdp rate from world war ii from 2004, john, was between 3% and 4%. everyone wants to get back to the 3%, and 4%. but the new normal range is more like 1.5% to that $1.75. donald trump will have to more than double the rate of economic output if he wants to get to that. something that analysts say is unlikely. >> the flooding in north carolina it is getting worse. national guard troops called in to save stranded people. we're going to take you there, next. whoa. what's going on here? oh hey allison. i'm val, the orange money retirement squirrel from voya. val from voya?
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welcome back. the justice department is pursuing criminal charges against fiery arizona sheriff joe arpaio. a federal cup has determined arpaio ignore court orders to stop detaining undocumented immigrants without justification. he will face contempt of court charges with a trial date set for december 6th. a attorney claims that arpaio never knowingly defied a judge's orderses. >> if only there were news. wonder what "new day" is going to say? alisyn camerota joins us. alisyn, strike a pose. >> yes. >> this is where i'm most comfortable standing on the edge of a studio set. let me tell you what will we're covering in "new day." obviously covering all of donald trump's rift with the gop establishment. it seems like something happens every hour. it's a fast-moving story.
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something may happen during "new day." we'll bring you the latest. also, this was this heckler on the campaign trail yesterday that confronted bill clinton over his past. we'll tell you how bill clinton responded. and one of my news idols meredith vieira is here. she's the executive producer about the very first mass shooting in the united states and everything that's happened in the 50 years since. so i'm really looking forward to talking to her on "new day." and bringing all of that to you when chris and i see you at the top of the hour. will cheryl sandberg lean into the election if hillary clinton is elected? we'll get an early start next.
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north carolina is reeling from the aftermath of hurricane matthew. officials are warning people in the hard-hit town of lumberton,
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life-threatening floods and swollen rivers will continue for days. the government there says people have been stranded inside their homes. national guard rescuers are working around the clock to save them. cnn's polo sand dough value has more. >> reporter: hey, john and christine, the floodwaters, believe it or not are still rising in portions of north carolina, particularly here in lumberton perhaps the worst affected by hurricane matthew. all of this water left behind by the massive storm. you still see neighborhoods under water. the residents here waking up in nearby shelters this morning. their lives on hold. even some of the city's construction projects, if you look off in the distance, also right now sit abandoned. that's because they have to wait until the water levels begin to recede which we're told could be days, weeks perhaps even months for some particular -- for some portions here. so where's all of this water coming from? we're told that the nearby
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lumber river was two feet above flood stage before hurricane matthew actually swept through the region. many people here actually thought the worst was over when the storm blew through over the weekend. of course, the water levels began to rise. officials are keeping a close eye on the water. there have been several rescues that happened the last several days. meantime, people here are hoping the worst is over as they're hoping to get their lives back on track it's in coming days. for now, though, school is closed. and also communications very difficult to manage here in this part of north carolina john and christine. polo. thanks so much. >> the chicago cubs a giant step closer to ending a century of misery. four runs in the ninth to stun san francisco in game four of the nlds. the 6-9 victory sends the cubs home. they're done. the series started with the
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dodgers or the nationals. they're tied 2-2 in their series. this is the biggest ninth inning win to win in history. >> is it going to be easier? >> easier for me, i'm awake at the end of the game. let's get an early start on "your money." stock futures pointing slightly lower. the dow dropped 200 points after weak correspondent earnings. stock market in asia, you see their trading lower. oil just above 51 bucks a barrel. another blow for samsung this morning. we told you yesterday it's going to kill off the galaxy 7 smartphone after replacement models caught fire. well, now, the company is slashing its company forecast profits by a third. it expects to make $2.3 billion less this quarters. experts say the total cost of killing the flagship device should reach $10 billion. >> ouch. even the prospect of owning a top cabinet position may not
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be enough to convince cheryl sandberg to leave facebook. recent reports claim that sandberg is being eyed for treasury secretary if clinton winning the election. asked about that yesterday, she said, quote, staying at facebook. she shot down saying i'm very happy at facebook. she may not be joining the clinton administration if there is one. but she is donating to the cause. sandberg is part of the solid hill blazers. who endorsed the clinton campaign back in june along with r other executives. didn't she actually work the treasury? >> a long time ago. big news in the money world. a new app that will change the way you get your business news. it is called cnn money stream. it is business news, personalized. you can follow big name companies. big names. the latest on the economy and the stock market from cnn money. and other leading sources as well. it's all loaded into your personalized news feed.
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you can download it now on the app store or google play. it's really cool. >> will you be having a big role in this? >> i would like to you download it and see it for yourself. >> because i get my business news every morning with you. >> i know. commercial breaks. donald trump has declared war on a lot of people at this point, not just hillary clinton but also many powerful members of the republican parties. what is he up to this morning? "new day" starts right now. i don't want his support. i don't care about his supports. >> why did it take so long for some of them to finally walk away? we saw this coming. >> i wouldn't want to be in a fox hole with a lot of these people. including ryan. >> let's focus on what's really important in this election. >> wikileaks is amazing. the stuff that's coming out. >> the russian government seems to be trying to interfere in the election in favor of mr. trump. >> we have to investigate hillary clinton, and we have to investigate the investigation.
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>> despite all of the terrible things he has said and done, he is still trying to win this election. >> announcer: this is "new day" with chris cuomo and alisyn camerota. good morning, everyone. welcome to your "new day." it's wednesday, 6:00 in the east. donald trump waging war on his own party declaring himself quote, free from shackles. the republican nominee said he's better off without the support of paul ryan and john mccain. >> trump also seizing on hacked e-mails that he says prove collusion between hillary clinton and the justice department. once again, we have cause to say we have never seen any serious candidate for president pull what trump is doing right now. just 27 days until election day. seven days until the final debate. let's begin our coverage with cnn's senior political reporter manu raju. >> good morning. any semblance of republican
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unity is gone as donald trump is going after critics in his own parties like speaker paul ryan and senator john mccain. in increasingly personal terms after the endorsement of trump in the aftermath of vulgar words caught on video. taking offense that ryan told house trump noting a number of congressmen on the call trying to save the congressional republican mu jorsajorimajoriti. trump did not hold back when asked about paul ryan. >> i don't want his support. i don't care about his support. what i want to do is win for the people. the first sign of a little bit of difficulty he unendorses. i wouldn't want to be in a fox hole with a lot of these people. >> the question is, how much does this feud help donald trump on election day? we know a lot of voters are frustrated with washington and exit polls from the

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