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let's get comfortable with our food again. breaking news. the ntsb now investigating a near disaster involving mike pence's plane at a new york airport. donald trump talks retaliation. he says he could take legal action over the "access hollywood" tape where he bragged about grasping women's genitals. and could hillary clinton be getting too comfortable with her lead in the polls? welcome to "early start." i'm christine romans. >> i'm john berman. it is friday, october 28th. mike pence is okay this morning,
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but he nearly was not. the breaking news of the plane carrying the vice presidential nominee and now the ntsb team on the ground right now after his plane, a 737, skidded off the runway at laguardia during rainy and windy weather. the plane came to rest several hundred feet from the interstate. liz landers described what happened. >> reporter: you could feel the plane skidding. you could feel the back of the plane too which is where the press is. it felt like it was fish tailing and moving side to side. then the plane came to a very pretty sharp halt. governor pence came to the back of the plane to check with the press and asking if everybody is okay. we asked if he was okay. he and his family were fine. he remarked there was some dirt
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and mud on his window at the front of the plane. >> officials say a break-away concrete bed at the end of the runway helped stop the plane after it skidded. >> runway 22 is a 7,000 foot runway. the plane was in the bed at the end of the runway. destroyed arrester bed blocks and is in the grass off the runway. >> no word yet on the cause. governor pence spoke to crews on the runway. he tweeted so thankful everyone on our plane is safe. trav thankful for prayers of everyone. and donald trump took the stage in northern ohio. cnn's sara murray has that. >> reporter: and everyone knows the last two weeks of the campaign are harrowing.
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mike pence's plane skidded off the runway at laguardia airport. everyone was fine. the press on board and the candidate, it was the talk of the evening. donald trump discussed it at the event in ohio. >> i just spoke to our future vice president. and he's okay. he was in a big accident with a plane. the plane skidded off the runway and was pretty close to grave, grave danger. i just spoke to mike pence. he's fine. got out. everybody's fine. everybody's fine. >> reporter: now despite the setback with the campaign plane, both trump and his running mate have a packed schedule. pence is expected to get a new plane and back out in pennsylvania as well as north carolina. trump is headed to iowa, new hampshire and maine. back to you. >> i will say having flown on campaign planes before, you fly
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in conditions you might not fly on otherwise. you are making a lot of landings and takeoffs. never skid off the runway before. donald trump providing a new aggressive take on the infamous "access hollywood" tape where he said he could grab women's genitals and said he could get away from it. asked by bill o'reilly. >> the microphone was not supposed to be on. that is not an excuse for myself, but certainly it was an illegal act that was nbc. it was not supposed to be on. >> you think it was illegal? >> that was a private locker -- that was a private dressing room. >> are you going to take legal action? >> you'll see. you'll see. >> the trump campaign is denying reports it is trying to suppress minority voter turnover. bloomberg is leasing we have three major voter suppression
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operations under way. jason miller said the quote came from someone who had no idea what they were talking about. miller said trump is running to be president of all americans. this is something michelle obama talked about for the first time with the former first lady. she was happy to have the current first lady's help. >> seriously, is there anyone more inspiring than michelle obama? let's be real. as our first african-american first lady, she faced pressures i never did. >> cnn's jeff zeleny was at the event. he has the latest. >> reporter: john and christine, hillary clinton heading back to iowa today. returning to the state she won in the iowa caucuses so many months ago. now she is trailing donald trump slightly. through early voting there, they are trying to get more democrats out to campaign for her.
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she also is receiving the seal of approval from michelle obama appearing with her during the campaign for the first time. michelle obama, one first lady to another first lady, told voters why they should pay attention and vote. >> here is why i want to get real. if hillary doesn't win this election, that will be on us. it will be because we did not stand with her. it will be because we did not vote for her. and that is exactly what h her opponent is hoping will happen. that's the strategy. to make this election so dirty and ugly that we don't want any part of it. >> reporter: with 11 days to go, hillary clinton after iowa today will return to florida for another weekend campaign swing there. they are trying to make sure all paths to 270 for donald trump are blocked.
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she has the advantage, but they want toward off complacenccompl. new campaign finance numbers are out. they are in different positions heading into the final days. donald trump donated $56.1 million to the campaign. from october 1st through october 19th, he added $30,000 to that tally. he said he will spend up to $100 million. we won't know for sure until after the election when the next campaign finance report is released. >> he is a long way off from $100 million. fact is it is nowhere near. >> trump trailing hillary clinton in cash on hand. he has $16 million in the bank. look at the contributions for the entire election cycle. clinton topping $500 million since the start of the campaign. trump with $200 million. marco rubio fighting for his
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political campaign in florida. the senator is speaking out ahead.
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donald trump still a problem for marco rubio months after rubio dropped out of the republican race. the florida senator locked in a tight re-election race. he officially backs donald trump, rubio is not eager to answer questions about the once bitter primary rival. manu raju has more. >> reporter: they engaged in personal attacks for weeks on end. now rubio supporting trump for president. why? rubio is running for re-election in a tight race and he needs trump's supporters in the state. he needs trump to do well in the state. he also does not want to recant his past criticism because a lot
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of people are put off by donald trump. he is walking that fine line which is evident. >> how confident are you with donald trump being the good commander of chief? >> i have concerns with hillary clinton. they are policies led to chaos around the world. i don't trust hillary clinton with the intelligence information. >> will donald trump keep the country safe? >> again, the military is what keeps us safe. we have to rebuild our limimili. >> reporter: democrats sensing they could have an opportunity here to beat marco rubio. injecting a last minute infusion of cash to help democrat patrick murphy. he has been trailing for some time in the race. some polls have him down by as little as 2 points. democrats think there is a chance to knock off a potential threat possibly against hillary
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clinton come 2020 if they were to put in a lot of money in the last minute. guys, still very difficult to beat marco rubio. john and christine. >> manu raju. a different senate race in illinois overnight. republican senator mark kirk seemed to mock or question the heritage of his democratic challenger tammy duckworth. watch this. >> my family has served this nation going back to the revolution. i bleed for this nation. i still want to be there in the senate when the drums of war sound. people are quick to sound the drums of war. i want to be there to say this is what it costs. if that is the case, let's go. let's make sure the american people understand and hold allies accountable.
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>> sfenator kirk. >> i forgot your relatives came to serve george washington. >> she was awarded the purple heart. it was extraordinary. >> yeah. lots of words to describe that moment. the feds say a former nsa contractor stole the names of u.s. agents. details next on "early start." ♪
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new this morning, the battle to liberate mosul getting bloodier. 900 isis militants killed in the first 11 days of the mission. the few remaining are using human shields running to the center of the city. cnn's michael holmes is monitoring the offensive near mosul. he is inn erbil, i should say. a lot of advancing to the city center. >> reporter: still fighting to be done. john, that's right. those 900 dead isis fighters which is interesting and not
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surprising, we are not getting fatalities from kurdish forces. this has been a fierce fight at times. we are have seen wounded fighters brought back from the frontlines. it is not a one-way street that's for sure. we did hear this morning from iraqi government official of a town about 25 kilometers south of mosul that has been retaken by iraqi forces that 5,000 to 6,000 civilians were freed during that operation. a place called shiru. those are taken to camps to be processed. it is feared that the isis fighters are trying to blend in with those. and the city north of shiru, that is surrounded by iraqi forces and that is a place with foreign fighters inside. some of the better fighters that
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isis has. 90% surrounded. we are told an assault will begin in hours ahead south of mosul. we know iraqi counterterrorism forces are within eye sight of mosul. you have peshmerga fighters to the north. what they are trying to do is bring everyone up closer to mosul and make it a more uniform surrounding before they go in the city it several. obviously intelligence is coming out because there was direct strikes yesterday in particular on three houses there that were housed by 20 or so isis militants who were actual experts in anti-tank and anti-weaponry. they were taken out. we are hearing a lot of movement of isis fighters and we know car bombs have been pre-positioned in readiness for the assault. they had two years to prepare and preparations going into effect. >> michael holmes, thank you.
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a federal judge today expected to hear arguments on why a former nsa contractor who spilled the names of covert agents and why he should be released from jail. prosecutors say the theft by harold martin endangers the leaves of the agents and risk exposure of operations. his lawyers are pushing for house arrest and no internet access. police in riot gear with protesters over the oil pipeline. they called themselves water protectors to block the pipeline path. they claim the land used for the pipeline is protected tribal land. chaos in the oregon courtroom after the acquittal of the bundy brothers. the ranchers occupied a federal
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wildlife refuge in february. the judge released all of the defendants except amman and ryan bundy. the defense attorney claims he was tased by u.s. marshals after demanding his clients be released. two of the most famous names in gymnastics. bell and martha karolyi. the couple is being accused of creating a toxic environment to allow the abuse to occur. a game 71 years in the making. the world series resumes. game three in chicago. the first world series game to be played at wrigley field since 1945. they had a long time to get ready for it. it is tied up 1-1.
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the great story of the world series. kyle schwarber. he will not be able to play. he will be a pinch hitter. he played two games in the beginning of the season. did not come back until the world series while his knee healed. he cannot play the outfield. he will hit. >> what time is the game? >> 8:00. just late enough for the kids to watch. tense moments for mike pence on a rain-soaked runway. the plane skidding off the runway. hear from the cnn producer who was on the plane when "early start" continues. protots from 5energy are smooth and tasty, and still deliver 21 grams of protein with 100 calories. they're great for workouts. so great that if you don't get up to fifteen percent more reps, more laps, more distance, we'll give you your money back
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breaking news. the ntsb is investigating the near disaster involving the plane carrying mike pence. this happened in new york
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overnight. donald trump talks retaliation. said he could take legal action over the "access hollywood" that threw his campaign off track. and hillary clinton has a lot of campaign cash. fresh off the trail with michelle obama. what is next for this campaign as it continues to deal with wikileaks? welcome back to "early start." i'm john berman. >> i'm christine romans. breaking news. mike pence is okay this morning. ntsb is on the ground after pence's 737 skidded off the runway overnight during a landing in rainy and windy weather. the plane came to rest several hundred feet from the interstate. cnn producer liz landers described what happened. >> reporter: you could feel the plane skidding. you could feel the back of the plane which is where the press
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is and it felt like it was fishtailing and moving side to side. then the plane came to a very pretty sharp halt. governor pence came to the back of the plane to check with the press. asking if everybody is okay. he and his family were fine. he remarked there was some dirt and mud on his window at the front of the plane. >> officials say a special break-away concrete bed helped stop the plane after it skidded. >> runway 22 is a 7,000 foot runway. the plane ended in the arrester bed at the end of the runway destroyed about 80 arrester bed blocks. it is currently in the grass off the runway. >> no word yet on the cause. pence spoke to emergency crews on the runway. tweeted so thankful everyone is safe. grateful for the first responders and prayers of so many.
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back on the trail tomorrow. >> pence talked to donald trump just before trump took the stage at the rally in ohio. cnn's sara murray was there. >> reporter: good morning, john and christine. everyone knows last two weeks of the campaign are stressful. mike pence had a very harrowing evening on thursday night. that's because his campaign plane skidded off the runway at laguardia airport. everyone was fine. the press on board and the candidate, it was still the talk of the evening. donald trump talked about it in ohio. >> i just spoke to our future vice president. he's okay. do you know he was in a big accident with the plane? the plane skidded off the runway and was pretty close to grave, grave danger. i just spoke to mike pence. he's fine. got out. everybody's fine. everybody's fine. >> reporter: now despite the
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setback with the plane, both donald trump and his running mate has a packed schedule. pence will be in pennsylvania and north carolina and donald trump is headed to iowa, new hampshire and maine. back to you. donald trump provided a take on the "access hollywood" tape. the tape where he bragged where he would get away with it. he was asked by bill o'reilly. >> the microphone was not supposed to be on. not that i make that as an excuse for myself. it was an illegal act that was nbc. it was not supposed to be on. >> you think it was illegal? >> absolutely. that was a private locker. that was a private dressing room. >> are you going to take action after the election against nbc? >> you will see. you will see. >> private locker room when in
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fact it was a bus. the campaign is trying to deny suppressing minority voter tu turnout. a campaign official saying we have three operations under way. the quote came from someone who had no idea what they were talking about. to the contrary, trump is running to be president of all americans. michelle obama campaigned with the former first lady for the first time. >> seriously, is there anyone more inspiring than michelle obama? let's be real. as our first african-american first lady, she's faced pressures i never did. >> cnn's jeff zeleny was at the event and he brings us the latest. >> reporter: john and christine, hillary clinton heading back to iowa today returning to the
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state she first won in the iowa caucuses so many months ago. she is now trailing donald trump slightly. through early voting, they are trying to get more democrats out for her. now she is getting the seal of approval from michelle obama now campaigning with her side by side. from one first lady to another first lady why they should pay attention. >> here is why we need to get real. if hillary doesn't win this election, that will be on us. it will be because we did not stand with her. it will be because we did not vote for her. and that is exactly what her opponent is hoping will happen. that's the strategy. to make this election so dirty and ugly that we don't want any part of it. >> reporter: with 11 days to go, hillary clinton after iowa today will return to florida for
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another weekend campaign swing there. they are trying to make sure all paths to 270 are blocked for trump. she has the advantage now, but they want toward off complacency and too confident. thank you, jeff. finance numbers are out. the candidates with different financial positions heading into the final days of the race. trump trails hillary clinton in cash on hand. he has nearly $16 million in the bank. clinton with four times that amount in cash. clinton now topping $500 million. trump collecting $200 million. trump gave $56 million to his campaign. one number that may be more important to the campaign will be out later this morning when the government releases third quarter economic growth. forecast is around 2.5%. that would be a nice increase from the second quarter. the slow rate is slammed by donald trump.
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he says he can get the economy to grow 4%. something that hasn't happened since bill clinton was president. aren't many republicans urging him to spend on tv ads? spend, spend, spend. >> yes. two big things happened. number one, hillary clinton has way more cash on hand. and two, donald trump claimed he has put $100 million in the campaign. he is not anywhere near it. he is $40 million short. $30,000 in the first two weeks of the month. that is interesting to see. there was a senate debate in the state of illinois last night. you will want to see this. this had head shaking and tongues wagging. a very surprising comment. you will see it next. ♪
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welcome back to "early start." donald trump is still a problem for marco rubio months after rubio dropped out of the presidenti presidential race. he is locked in a tight senate race. rubio not eager to answer questions about the once bitter primary rival. as manu raju points out. >> reporter: he was in the bind with the primary where the two engaged in the personal and nasty attacks for weeks on end. now marco rubio supporting donald trump for president. why? because rubio is running for re-election in a tight race and he needs donald trump's legions of supporters. he does not want to recant his past criticism because a lot of voters are put off by trump. he is walking the fine line. that is evident from my exchange with rubio yesterday. >> how confident are you with
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donald trump as commander in chief? >> i have concerns with hillary clinton. she has policy that led to disaster around the world. i don't trust hillary clinton with intelligence information. and as president, you handle a lot of intelligence information. >> will trump keep us safe? >> the military keeps us safe. she is supportive of the policies that are damaging to our country. >> reporter: the last minute infusion of cash to help democrat patrick murphy, rubio's opponent. murphy has been trailing in the race, but some polls have him down by two points. democrats think there is a chance to knock off a potential threat against hillary clinton come 2020 if they were to put in a lot of money in the last minute. very difficult to beat marco rubio. the state is so expensive and democrats have targets to take
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back the senate majority. john and christine. >> one race we are looking at is in illinois. a wow moment last night. the republican senator mark kirk seemed to mock or question the heritage of his democratic challenger tammy duckworth. watch this. >> my family has served the nation in uniform going back to the revolution. daughter of the american r revoluti revolution. i still want to be in the senate when the drums of war sound. people are quick to sound the drums of war. i want to say this is what it costs. this is what you are asking us to do. if that is the case, i'll go. families like mine bleed first. let's understand what we are engaging in and hold people accountable. >> senator kirk. >> i forgotten that your parents came from thailand to serve george washington. >> tammy duckworth was born in
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thailand, her father is a marine whose heritage is back to the revolution. she is a war vet who lost her legs in iraq and awarded the purple heart. >> i cannot think of anybody who knows more about the cost of war than tammy duckworth. >> and there is that and what mark kirk said was wrong. >> to diminish her personal experience with war. party may be over for amazon shareholders. we will tell you why the stock is set to tank today when we get a check on cnn money stream next. and i couldn't wait to get my pie ch the most shocking result was that i'm 26% native american. i had no idea. just to know this is what i'm made of, this is where my ancestors came from. and i absolutely want to know more about my native american heritage.
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california grown with no antibiotics ever. let's get comfortable with our food again. new this morning, the battle to liberate mosul is growing
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bloodier. almost 900 isis fighters have been killed. now the remaining are using civilians as human shields and retreated to the center of the city ready for advance of the coalition forces. we have michael holmes with the latest from erbil, iraq. michael. >> reporter: the push continue , john. i think there is a lot of activity in a couple of towns and villages outside of mosul. you have the peshmerga forces four kilometers outside of the mosul. there is an iraqi counterterrorism unit with eyes on mosul at the moment. you still have fighting going on in various places. we were in a town about 20 kilometers from mosul yesterday and it was pounded by coalition war planes. a couple of big 500-pound bombs
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and artillery going in there. that fight continuing. the place where there are a number of foreign fighters is 90% surrounded. we hear an assault will happen there today. further south from there, some better news. iraqi forces have overtaken that place and freed 5,000 to 6,000 civilians from under isis rule. interesting tid bit, we are hearing a lot of iraqi military leadership in places outside of mosul are leaving and leaving fighters to their own device. one piece of bad news from inside mosul. we got word 20 men were rounded up today and taken to mosul university and were executed by electrocution. this happening in a public area and bodies left in the spretree. another example of brutality. >> you get the sense moments of
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chaos and brutality in the coming days and weeks. michael holmes, thank you. a federal judge expected to hear arguments on why a former nsa contractor who stole the names of u.s. agents should be released from jail. the theft by harold martin endangers the lives of the americans. last friday, the judge found martin was a flight risk. martin's lawyers pushing for house arrest. police in riot gear clashed with protesters at the dakota oil pipeline. they called themselves water protectors to block the pipeline's path. the land belongs to the native-american tribes. a stunning defeat with the prosecutor was the bundy
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brothers. the conservative ranchers and armed accomplices occupied a federal wildlife refuge in february. after handing down not guilty verdicts, the judge released all except two. they continue to be held on federal charges in nevada. the defense attorney claims he was tased by u.s. marshals after demanding his clients released. a blast of winter is moving in just in time for halloween. let's bring in meteorologist derek van dam for the latest. >> reporter: good morning, john and christine. it depends on where you live. you can see the below average temperatures across new england. you jump across the great lakes to the central part of the u.s. that is where temperatures are starting to creep up. above average weather moves east through the course of the weekend. just in time for halloween and it might be a bit uncomfortable for the south where temperatures
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are in the mid-80s for atlanta. temperatures in new york is typical of what we see around the end of november or thanksgiving time. the cold blast of winter-like air thanks to the departing cold front. we will clear out in the big apple, but look out for rain showers in boston and snow up across maine. we have a remnant of a tropical storm and area of low pressure combining off the coast u.s. bringing much-needed rain to the so cal region. back to you. >> derek, thank you for that. two of the most famous names in gymnastics are named in a sex abuse lawsuit brought by the national team. the alleged victim claims she was sexually assaulted by a u.s. gymnastics doctor and the couple quote turned a blind eye to the abuse. the civil suit is claiming they
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turned a blind eye to allow the abuse to occur. the game 71 years in the making. tonight, the world series resumes with game three in chicago. this is the first world series game to be played at wrigley field since 1945. >> our guys were coming home from world war ii. >> that's a good point. >> indians and cubs are tied at 1-1. one bit of drama. kyle schwarber was out all season and he came back for the world series. he will not start in the outfield. his knee is not healed enough for him to run around and play defense. he can only be used as a pinch hitter. in an american league park you can play dh. in the national league parks, there is no dh. he cannot play the field. he will be used as a pinch hitter. let's get a check on the
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money stream. the weak corporate earnings put investors in a funk. oil looks like it ticked up. the volatile election may be spooking investors. estimated $17 billion was yanked from mutual funds in the past week. the most investors pulled since august of 2011. global markets were in turmoil after the credit rating was downgraded. the race has tightened. it is possible the democrats could flip the senate. it may be contributing to investors concerns. shares of amazon set to tank more than 5% this morning. it badly missed the wall street profit targets. it spent money on fulfillment centers. the stock hit a record high earlier this month.
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some analysts had targets of $1,000 a share. today's move could put it below $800. >> the stock will go down, but it will arrive on your door step in two days. twitter is killing off the six-second moviemaker vine. twitter bought the looping video app four years ago in an effort to bring video to the social netwo network. twitter said the pressure to cut costs and is laying off 900 employees. vine's twitter account posted floating candles with the caption leave a light on. >> i wish i remembered his name. he tweeted yesterday after the news. >> from his caribbean island. >> he tweeted never sell your company. he was ticked off this happened.
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look, you know, we call vine the popular video service. it is not particularly popular. people used it when it first started. >> funny how it is a flash in the pan. >> it is all about the snapchats i'm told. kids love the snapchats. >> i thought that is whatsapp? check out cnn money stream. all in one feed. download it now in the app store or google play. vine goes back to just wine. >> "early start" continues now. >> breaking news. the ntsb is investigating the near disaster involving mike pence's plane here in new york overnight. trump talks retaliation. he says he could take legal action over the "access hollywood" where he was heard
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saying he could grab a woman by the genitals because he was famous. new big fund raising numbers overnight. who has money? who doesn't? who hasn't contributed nearly as much to his campaign as he suggested he might? his campaign? >> good morning. welcome to "early start." i'm john berman. >> it is friday. i'm christine romans. it is october 28th. it is 5:00 a.m. in the east. mike pence is okay this morning. he very nearly wasn't after a near disaster involving his plane. ntsb is on the ground in new york after pence's 737 skidded off the runway at laguardia overnight during a landing in a rainy and windy weather. the plane came to rest several hundred feet from a major interstate. no one was hurt. our cnn producer liz landers was traveling with the pence campaign. she describes what happened. >> reporter: you could feel the plane skidding. you could feel the back of the plane which is where the press
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is located. it felt like it was fishtailing and moving side to side and then the plane came to a very pretty sharp halt. governor pence came to the back of the plane just to check with the press asking if everybody is okay. we asked him if he was okay. he and his family were fine. he remarked there was dirt and mud on his window at the front of the plane. >> the special break-away concrete bed at the end of the runway helped stop the plane after it skidded. >> runway 22 is a 7,000 foot runway. the plane ended up in the arrester bed at the end of the runway destroyed about 80 arrester bed blocks and is currently in the grass off the runway. >> terrifying. >> yeah. no word on the cause. let's talk about what happened last night with someone

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