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grievances about being attacked. he went on to say i am sick and tired of seeing my fellow muslim brothers and sisters of being killed and tortured everywhere. everyone who disapproves of my action, is a waiting sleeper cell. officials are going through his electronic media and talking to his friends and his family. investigators have not come out and said they have determined a motive. certainly they said terrorism is a possibility. we know that he spoke to the local newspaper at the university last year. he talked about feeling uncomfortable showing his muslim faith on campus. his mother says that he never spoke to her about that. he was a good kid. the only thing he complained about were his grades at the university. still a lot to learn. he was born in somalia. came to the united states in 2014 as a legal permanent
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resident. investigators still determining the why. john and christine. >> pamela brown, thank you. donald trump this morning going after cnn on twitter for our reports questioning the president-elect's claims about voter fraud. his claims have no basis in evidence. trump shared tweets from suppo t supporters who are hitting jeff zeleny. one of trump's retweets is from a 16-year-old calling zeleny pathetic. note the double negative there. another retweet from trump. noting tezeleny is a part-time journalist. notice this, looking for examples of voter fraud. full-time journalist here. still working. trump tower is working today. planning a full day of meetings. mike pence spent time with his
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boss. afterwards, he reported of big developments today. >> look forward to being at it tomorrow morning. look forward to big announcements. >> one could be the pick for secretary of health and human services. a source tells cnn the president-elect has chosen six term congress member tom price of georgia. he is a critic of obamacare. he believes regulatory burdens and taxes and lawsuits against medical professionals are the real reason for soaring health care costs. president-elect trump's big meeting today. he will have dinner with mitt romney. the 2012 republican nominee is a leading contender for secretary of state. that despite the fact that a lot of trump loyalists are very upset about the fact that trump would even consider mitt romney given all the things mitt romney had to say about trump during
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the campaign. sources tell cnn that this dinner will be private. i wouldn't be surprised if we hear from both of them afterwards. bob corker and michael mc mccaul will meet with donald trump today. corker is said to be among those up for the secretary of state gig along with rudy giuliani and david petraeus. mccaul said to be up for homeland security. trump impressed with david petraeus after being interviewed with the top spot. he is seen as a compromise pick after divisions over mitt romney and giuliani. some republicans believe petraeus should be disqualified for sharing classified information with his biographer. >> how did the meeting go? >> the meeting went well. was with him for about an hour. he basically walked us around the world and showed a great
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grasp of a variety of the challenges that are out there and some of the opportunities as well. very good conversation. >> petraeus was convicted of a misdemeanor in 2015. he is on probation. he agreed to a plea deal that landed him two years probation. >> let's bring in ellis henican. >> good morning. >> let's start with what we know about today. we know that donald trump is going to have dinner tonight with mitt romney. >> he has to eat. >> he has to eat. we know he has to eat. the second face-to-face meeting. obviously donald trump is ent entertaining the idea of mitt romney as secretary of state. >> we know this isn't an accident. we don't really know the motivation. is he really considering mitt to be secretary of state? is he messing with people? is he sending out a signal?
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>> he is doing this all to mess with mitt romney? >> i think the pageant ry is ke. people come in and camped in the lobby of trump tower. he wants us guessing and wondering. will we know by the salad or the soup? i believe this is partly pre presentation. >> it looks messy. let's look at petraeus first. to see if there is a fray with kellyanne conway. the sorry state of affairs about petraeus. david petraeus, you know, pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor charge. trump won an election basically about hammering his opponent over classified information. listen to rand paul yesterday about the david petraeus possibility. >> he spent a year and a half
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beating up hillary clinton over classified information and appoint somebody who lied about it in an interview and purposely gave it to someone who did not have the clearance to have that. that is a potential problem. >> a political problem. >> david petraeus could solve a different problem for team trump. this choice between mitt romney romney and rudy giuliani. >> that's right. because he is someone who has general credibility. most people like him. >> he knows what's going on. >> a big guy. he is a -- now we learned that trump believes in the drop the box. the idea that ex-offenders should have second chances going forward. >> he would be the third general in the cabinet if james mattis is the secretary of defense. that's a lot of generals. more than we have seen. some people think that is an issue. a lot of people in the obama administration currently think petraeus would do a great job.
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>> he is not an incendiary character the way romney is and giuliani is for some folks. he may be a calmer answer for all concerned. >> what do you make about the discussion about a frayed state of affairs over the mitt romney pick in particular? do you think we are seeing the internal struggle pispilling ou here? >> i think this is the battle of the soul of the trump administration. kellyanne is a loyalist. she not the person who has run a lot of rogue operations. you have to say this is orchestrated and she is out there with a stated clear purpose for above or maybe there's something else going on and we are picking up the early signs. >> or you are allowed to have these fights in trump world. maybe he doesn't mind.
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kellyanne conway overnight made sure to tweet this photo. a notion that mitt romney wasn't happy. sorry. donald trump wasn't happy. >> we heard furious and irritated. >> kellyanne conway puts this picture out to refute it. trump and i working hard tonight. thank you for the privilege of a lifetime. >> here's what i think we know for certain. the fact that someone leaks it doesn't necessarily mean it's true. get used to the new reality of washington. just because you say it, doesn't have to be true. look at the voter fraud thing. >> i know. he went after jeff zeleny last night about the voter fraud thing. where is the evidence, mr. president-elect. if you have the evidence of millions of people. >> give me cases. >> and the intellectual honesty of the argument. what you are saying you won, but you are saying it was flawed. doesn't that undermine your own victory? >> it is not a consistent
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argument. facts matter. we're in the business of trying to nail stuff down and figure what we know and don't know. be transparent about it. honestly in the long run, that will save the media here. if something is bogus, let's say it is bogus. >> show us the proof. >> lay it on me. >> give it to us. he has no proof. >> rewind. i think there is something going on with the president's birth certificate. i'm told. show us the proof. i have people tell me. i have sources who say. the same thing. >> we have seen this in campaigns thousands of times. we have never seen it with the president-elect. >> add it to the list of things we have never seen. >> ellis, thank you. the holiday shopping season off to a hot start. cyber monday surpasses black friday for the biggest sales day ever. adobe sales tracker shows
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americans spent $3.4 billion. it is up 10% from last year. $1.2 billion spent on mobile devices. for the entire weekend, americans spent $9.36 billion. that is enough to take every person in america out to dinner. toys for kids. lego sets and shopkins and nerf guns. and for adults, samsung items and playstation and apple ipads. and a plane carrying a brazilian soccer club has crashed in colombia. we are getting word just in that there are survivors which is remarkable given the pictures we have seen. we will have the very latest next. whoa, this is awful, try it. oh no, that looks gross what is that? you gotta try it, it's terrible. i don't wanna try it if it's terrible.
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breaking news. wildfires in tennessee are burning out of control. at least 30 buildings in
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gatlinburg have been hit already. fire officials ordered people to evacuate. residents in pigeon forge are trying to get away from the flames. officials at dollywood are watching the flames. they are blown by 70-mile-an-hour winds. firefighters are on stand by at the park this morning. no fall tatalities reported. breaking news from colombia. a plane with 72 passengers crashed on the way to medellin airport. let's get the latest from rafael romo. we are hearing reports of s survivors? >> reporter: that's right, christine. five survivors. colombian authorities report five survivors. the other bad news they have
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confirmed is that the 76 people have died as a result of this plane crash in the outskirts of the city of medellin, colombia. there was a report of a sixth survivor, but that person died on the way to the hospital. 72 passengers were on the plane, members of the soccer team and nine crew members. it crashed in colombia in medellin. it declared an emergency related to an electrical failure. plane few minutes from landing at medellin airport. the flight originated in bolivia. access to the site of the accident is not easy. as a matter of fact, the operations were suspended because of poor visibility in the area. we're talking about rugged
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mountains and high altitude. the soccer team was on the way to play game one of two in the soccer cup. the match would be held on wednesday and the second played on december 7th in brazil. back to you. >> keep us posted on anymore developments. thank you, rafael. cubans are remembering fidel castro this morning. tens of thousands of people waited in line to pay respects at revolution square in havana. today, cubans will celebrate the former dictator with hourly cannon shots. president raul castro declared a nine-day mourning period following his death last friday. his ashes will be taken to s santiago on friday. and michael slager on trial for murder. he is expected to testify in his own defense today. slager is charged with shooting
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welcome back. 23 minutes past the hour. humanitarian crisis widening in
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syria as rebel fighters lose control of northeast aleppo to government forces. thousands of civilians fleeing for their lives with hundreds killed. cnn's nick paton walsh has the latest from london. it looks like a turning point for the rebels. >> reporter: aleppo is the symbol of rebel defiance of the regime here. sometimes jihadists in their mix and we have seen civilians suffering over the past year. it appears many thought was the unthinkable is now happening. the stalemate with rebel forces is broken by the regime pushing through decisively from the west to control and split in two the eastern part of the city. they are focusing on the north. and 20% to 30% of the area is under their control now. that is a symbolic moments in
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the syrian conflict. ghastly and bloody. put that issue aside. we are dealing with 200,000 people according to the u.n., badly in need of food and no hospitals to turn to and seeing a very hostile regime force advance toward them. accused of torture and execution. regime is powerless. christine. >> thank you, nick. still a humanitarian crisis. no question in aleppo. investigators trying to determine what killed three elderly people at a thanksgiving dinner in california. eight others became ill at the golden hills community church. all of the victims lived in the same assisted living center. it appears they caught some kind of foodbourne illness.
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the bloody rampage at ohio state university. what we know about the somali student at the school who rammed down victims with his car and stabbed them. will official s label this as terrorism? and donald trump asking for evidence for the claims he is making. when "early start" continues.
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control in tennessee. the dollywood theme park on high alert this morning. welcome back this morning to "early start." i'm christine romans. >> i'm john berman. 30 minutes after the hour. was the stabbing spree inspired by international terror groups? investigators are examining the facebook posts by the somali immigrant who was a student at ohio state and complained online he was sick and tired of seeing fellow muslims mistreated. this was a 911 call moments after the attack. >> guy in a honda civic came out and rammed throughout the crowd and jumped out of his car with a knife. he was running down woodruff. >> cnn's pamela brown is in columbus with the latest. >> reporter: good morning, john and christine. we are learning more about the
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suspect. 18-year-old abdul artan. the man who officials say flopld his car into the crowd at ohio state university and came out and slashed people with the large knife. he was a student at the university and before he launched the attack, he posted on the facebook page and went on an anti-american rant and grievances about muslims attacked all over the world. he said america, stop interfering with other countries. he said my brothers and sisters, i'm sick and tired of seeing my brothers and sisters killed and tortured everywhere. in the post, he says, every single muslim who disapproves of my action is a sleeper cell waiting for a signal. i'm warning you america. investigators have been revi reviewing the post and going through the other electronic media and talking to friends and family. investigators have not come out and said they have determined a
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motive, but they said terrorism is a possibility. we know that he spoke to the local newspaper at the university last year. he talked about feeling uncomfortable showing his muslim faith on campus. his mother says that he never spoke to her about that. he was a good kid. the only thing he complained about was his grades at the university. still a lot to learn. we know he was born in somalia. came to the united states as a legal permanent resident in 2014. investigators still determining the why. thank you, pamela. trump attacking cnn for questioning the president-elect's claims of voter fraud. trump has shared tweets from supporters. supporters going after our correspondent jeff zeleny. zeleny reported there was no proof of voter fraud. one of trump's retweets is from a 16-year-old calling zeleny pathetic.
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arguing there is no evidence that trump did not suffer from voter fraud. another retweet goes after zeleny as a part-time journalist. zeleny replied. good evening. stills of voter fraud. the president-elect has a full day of meetings and the vice president-elect says we can expect big announcements. >> look forward to being at it first thing in the morning and a number of important announcements tomorrow. >> one of the announcements could be the pick for secretary of health and human services. a source says the president-elect chose tom price of georgia. price is a former orthopedic surgeon and critic of obamacare.
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president-elect trump with dinner plans tonight. he breaks bread with mitt romney. he is a leading contender for secretary of state. sources tell cnn this dinner is private. >> romney calls him the flim-flam man. and bob corker and michael mccaul will meet with donald trump today. do president-elect trump tweeted he was very impressed with david petraeus after int interviewing him for the top job for the state department. he may be seen as a compromise in the department after mitt romney and giuliani. some believe petraeus should be disqualified after sharing
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classified information when he headed up the cia. >> how downtown meid the meetin? >> it went well. he walked us around presidethe and showed us a great variety of challenges out there and opportunities as well. very good conversation. we will see where it goes from here. >> petraeus was convicted of a misdemeanor in 2015 and is on probation. he agreed to a plea deal with a $100,000 fine. >> let's bring in ellis henican to talk about the big job. secretary of state. three very different people at the top of the list if it is these three. there could be others. you have david petraeus. he comes with baggage. you have mitt romney who comes with a lot of baggage. >> they all have baggage. >> rudy giuliani. he was out there supporting donald trump the entire time. even after the "access
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hollywood" tape. rudy giuliani was there by trump. it will be interesting to see which way he goes. >> there's no questioning rudy's loyalty. he has baggage as well. the question that hasn't been asked is which of these guys actually shares the world view of the president who may be appointed them. >> i don't know if that has been asked. kellyanne conway and others say this guy, mitt romney, said that russia was the premier global threat to the united states. donald trump says that vladimir putin is a strong leader. >> that's right. most of the discussion about the beauty contest has to do with loyalty. rudy giuliani has a muscular view of the american role in the world. different from what donald trump laid out on the campaign trail. david petraeus as well. not someone as you think of a
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shrinking violet when it comes to international intervention. i think in this as we have gotten so focused on all this fascinating political machinations. >> david petraeus after facing opposition. rand paul who with sits on the foreign relations committee says he has problems potentially with this. >> he spent a year and a half beating up hillary clinton over revealing classified information and he would appoint somebody who the fbi says revealed it, but lied about it in an interview and purposely gave it to someone who did not have the clearance. i think that is a potential problem. >> and general petraeus led military efforts in iraq and afghanistan. rand paul has not been supportive of those things. donald trump hasn't been supportive either. >> i just think it is interesting. the notion of trump will be the
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president. maybe any of these guys can execute whatever his policies are. although, that's a funny argument for it doesn't matter who the secretary of state is. >> i believe months ago in earlier iterations when paul manafort says he sees himself as chairman of the board and not necessarily the ceo. when you think of that, will the secretary of state be the architect of foreign policy? >> this is a president who hasn't been attending security briefings. this is not looking like a guy to make all of the detailed decisions. >> then he is in there. he's in there negotiating with carrier and united technology. trying to get a win on keeping the plant in indiana. he is working for wins which would be a public win. >> it would be great. >> you see him if the detain so
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details in the wheelhouse. let's talk about the public face. kellyanne conway tweeting a picture of donald trump and donald trump's office looking over a laptop. thank you for the privilege of a lifetime. i think she is trying to say all this idea of a fray spilling out is not as bad as it seems. >> maybe not. you have to ask the basic question. is she running some kind of rogue operation here or is this orchestrated in some more central way? i don't think we really know the answer to that. >> things are moving quickly. it feels we are rolling with the punches. >> it's too wiquick to be organized. >> we have not seen a white house run this way. it would be unusual if this continues on. >> why won't it? >> there is no reason to expect it won't. >> the one mistake you can make with donald trump is he can be different tomorrow. that is not a good thing to balance. >> the first appointment for president-elect obama was 20 day into the transition?
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>> he is perfectly fine on schedule. >> we may get a bunch today. >> great to see you. an influential group of economists looks at faster growth when donald trump takes office. that could be reversed with the oecd report showing the 2.3% annual rate next year. that is the improvement before the election. from the current rate of 1.7%. gdp expected to rise 3% in 2018. there was a thing call a personal computer when that happened last time and a global internet. it has a really good potential. the forecasters say much of the added growth would be wiped out with tariffs and trade policies. the dollar. look at the dollar.
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it jumdped 4% since the electio. that can pinch manufacturing. it makes american goods more expensive overseas. the ten-year treasury note surged 30% since the election. that makes mortgages more expensive. it makes borrowing money more expensive. the bank stocks like that. that is a big move so quickly. >> mortgages are getting higher. monday night football. green bay and philadelphia. packers quarterback aaron rodgers had a good game. hines ward with the bleacher report. that's next. generosity is its own form of power.
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other airports as part of the day of disruption. monday night football. a night where fans saw the resurgence of aaron rodgers in the mystery tent on the sidelines. >> hines ward has more in the bleacher report. >> good morning. it has been an off year for the packers. playoff hopes fading away. rodgers hadn't been lihimself. watch the packers' quarterback thread the needle for the touchdown. big time catch. later in the game, rodgers goes down and tweaks his hamstring. on the sideline, he goes into the mystery tent. it is for trainers to look at injuries for privacy and bathroom breaks for the players. maybe he is doing ice fishing? you learn something new every
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day. to the nba. the warriors are hosting the hawks. steph curry showing off his harlem globetrotter skills. nothing but net. draymond green blocks the shot and screens for good measure afterwards. the warriors win the 12th straight. 105-100. here is your want to get away moment of the morning. brown makes the layup to take the lead and the freshman guard dribbles around until he runs out the clock. he thought his team was in the lead. game over. they lose. check him out. he tries to give a high five to his teammate. they left him hanging. you can't help but feel sorry for the freshman there. he will remember that for a long time. >> that broke my heart. >> all right. hines, thanks. nice to see you. let's look at what is coming up on "new day." alisyn camerota joins us now.
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>> guys, great to see you. maybe you heard this story of the family in syria in aleppo. they are tweeting as their home is being bombed. it is the most gut-wrenching messages they are sending out. they are struggling to survive, but preparing to die. we have an update from the ground on this story for you. speaking of twitter, donald trump, president-elect, has been on another twitter rant against journalists. we will bring you that update as well as the bipartisan rebuke that he has been getting for the past 24 hours claiming there was an election or voter fraud. we have that and so much more when chris and i see you at the top of the hour. >> nice to see you. thank you. all right. 49 minutes past the hour. plane carrying a brazilian soccer team crashes in colombia. this morning, we have word of survivors. we will bring that to you.
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generosity is its oyou can handle being a mom for half an hour. i'm in all the way. is that understood? i don't know what she's up to, but it's not good. can't the world be my noodles and butter? get your mind out of the gutter. mornings are for coffee and contemplation. that was a really profound observation. you got a mean case of the detox blues. don't start a war you know you're going to lose. finally you can now find all of netflix in the same place as all your other entertainment. on xfinity x1.
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we have breaking news out of tennessee. 14 wildfires burning out of control. more than 30 buildings in gat n gatlinburg were hit already. officials ordered people to evacuate. residents in pigeon forge are trying to get away from the smoke and flames. officials at dollywood are monitoring the fires. flames are closing in on the property. fanned right now by 70-mile-an-hour winds. firefighters are on stand by at the park this morning. so far, luckily, no reports of fatalities. only a handful of minor injuries and burns. breaking news from colombia. a plane with 72 passengers crashed on the way to medellin airport. members of the brazilian soccer club on board. we want to get to cnn's rafael
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romo. >> reporter: there are five survivors. colombian aviation officials issued a statement. the aircraft declared an emergency at 10:00 p.m. local time before it was to land at the medellin international airport. the pilot reported the airplane was having an electrical failure on board. air traffic controllers gave the flight priority landing, but it never made it safely to the airport. cnn, john, has confirmed, 76 people have died as result of the crash. there are five survivors. we learned that among the survivors, two players of chapecoense. a soccer team from brazil. another survivor is a member of the crew. the plane carrying 72 passengers and 9 crew members. 81 people total before it crashed southeast of the city of medell medellin, colombia. the search and rescue efforts
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had to be stopped because of the visibility. >> rafael, thank you. let's get a check on cnn money stream. stocks look to regain their footing this morning after stumbling this morning. russell 2,000 of small company stocks snapped the longest win streak in years. investors posting profits blaming volatile oil prices for the selling. opec meets tomorrow to talk about a production freeze to boost prices. that is weighing on stocks in europe and asia is trading mixed. keep an eye on time inc today. the stock spiked 17% yesterday. it is up again in pre-market trading. this is after "time" rejected the buyout offer for $1.8 billion. the spokesperson declined to comment on speculation. it is a sign of hope for the company that runs "time"
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magazine and "sports illustrated." it was left with a ton of debt years ago. it has yet to get profits after that spinoff. and uber is fighting for 15. it says hundreds of uber drivers will take part in protests across the country. in san francisco, drivers are planning to march at the airport with signs. in other cities, drivers will idle their cars. uber did not respond to our request for comment. the company said many drivers make more than $19 an hour. some complain that the cuts make it harder to scrape by after gas and insurance. uber drivers are considered contractors. they are not entitled to overpay or sick pay. you could have workers fighting for $15 an hour who will be staging a walkoff there.
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check out the money stream app. personal news for cnn money and leading sources. download it now on the google play store. is this post trump rally have legs? i showed you the small company stocks. longest bull run for the small cap stocks. what happens now? >> they are waiting for policy. that's it for "early start." i'm christine romans. >> i'm john berman. was the man at ohio state inspired by the international terror group? "new day" starts right now. >> the guy ran a car through a crowd of students. >> he looks normal. like everybody else. i never suspected anything. >> was it an act of terrorism? >> the only thing you can say this was done on purpose. a number of very important
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failu failure. 81 people on the flight. almost all of them are members of the soccer team and traveling media among them. access to the site, it happened near medellin in access isn't easy. when we get details, we'll bring them to you. let's begin with rosa flores, live in columbus, with the latest on the campus stabbing. >> reporter: chris, good morning. law enforcement not ruling out terrorism, but they haven't established a motive just yet. they are interviewing witnesses, talking to family, and scouring through surveillance video, some of that video taken here at university before that attack. perhaps the biggest clue is coming from a facebook message posted around the time of the attack. ohio state university police naming student

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