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a victory lap for donald trump. he is heading to the plant where he just saved about 1,000 jobs. this morning, questions about the deal and incentives. a police officer killed in washington state. we have the very latest on the standoff. a desperate search for the missing in tennessee. more wildfire damage and deaths as thousands wait to learn if their homes are gone. good morning. welcome to "early start." i'm will ripley in for john berman. great to see you. >> i'm so excited. i'm christine romans. it is thursday, december 1st,
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2016. president-elect heading to the carrier air conditioning plant in indianapolis today along with vice president-elect mike pence. pence and unknown incentives were key to convincing carrier to keep 1,000 jobs in the state instead of shipping them to mexico. we get more from senior white house correspondent jim acosta. >> reporter: donald trump will take a victory lap today when he tours the carrier air conditioning factory in indianapolis. now after discussions with the president-elect and vice president-elect mike pence, the company says it is keeping the jobs in the u.s. new treasury secretary nominee steve mnuchin says this is the example of donald trump making good of the promise. >> the president-elect and vice president-elect picked up the phone and said we want to keep jobs here. i can't remember the last time a
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president did that. >> reporter: we should point out the transition is not offering details on the deal. trump is scheduled to appear in cincinnati, ohio at a rally. a state he carried heavily on election day as part of his thank you tour as being elected. will and christine. a lot of things we don't know about the carrier deal and with deals like this, of course, the devil is in the details. the transition team is keeping quiet on the incentives to save the jobs. cnn's martin savidge reports on the questions. >> reporter: good morning, will and christine. a lot of people looking forward to the visit of president-elect trump. most of them carrier employees who want to express their thanks. they have a lot of questions. it is not that they are not grateful. they are. there are 1,400 jobs here. 1,000 are talked about as being
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saved. that means several hundred people fear it is their job that is still going to be lost. until they hear details, they continue to have fears. there are other concerns. will they have to cut back on wages and how long is carrier willing to stay? they don't have answers. there are other people who want to find out more about just what is the deal that got carrier to change its mind? it has been suggested that carrier got more incentives from the state of indiana. back in february when carrier said it was leaving, the state tried to keep the company here. and yet, was unsuccessful. it seems it has to be more than just state incentives. it has been suggested perhaps for the president-elect to bring a deal by reducing the corporate tax code or maybe reducing federal regulations. there are still some, employees of carrier, who suggest that united technology, the parent company of carrier, because they
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do $5 billion worth of defense contracts every year, those contracts could be harmed if they moved carrier to mexico. will and christine. >> in a way, will ripley, that is silent leverage. carrier staying and the company's stance on trade. this does not diminish our belief of free trade. we will continue to require solutions for the long term of the u.s. and american workers moving forward. this will be a challenge for trump. how will he renegotiate trade deals for u.s. companies and workers outside of the carrier deal? for all of the other companies that are shipping jobs to mexico? that is unclear. we now know it is a top priority for the incoming administration. trump's commerce secretary, wilbur ross, he joined erin
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burnet last night. >> what will you do on day one? >> we are working out the fine point details. nafta is a logical starting point. that was a large part of his campaign. >> wilbur ross will be at the helm of trade changes. look, folks close to the administration and administration are saying before he is even president, he managed to keep jobs in the united states. now the question is are there other companies they are negotiating with and what is the carrot? >> what is the strategy? is this sustainable to go company by company? a lot of expert says there needs to be a broader policy. >> the government shouldn't pick winners. what about the other companies in the neighborhood of carririe that are moving? it is a win for a president to use a bully pulpit like that and keep jobs in the united states. that is a win. >> tailor made for trump.
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one of the figure public figures to endorse donald trump, sarah palin, is under consideration for veterans affairs secretary. she offered her ideas for fixing the v.a. abc news reports team trump is considering palin for the post. a source close to the former presidential nominee, she had made the trans exhibition team of her desire. and the former connecticut senate candidate is among the top contenders to lead the small business administration and in talks with the transition team for days. >> the meeting went great. it was nice to be up there and i was honored to come in. i think anytime the president-elect of the united states asks you to come in for a discussion, you are happy to do
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that. we talked about sba and jobs. we had a real guy cly good conservation. >> are you looking for a job? >> that remains to be seen. >> she donated $6 million to a trump super pac. if donald trump picks david petraeus as secretary of state, the general has three days to notify his parole officer. he has three days to notify north carolina. petraeus is serving two years probation for sharing information with his buying iog as former cia director. he does remain by many as the most qualified pick. trump has narrowed the field to three finalists in the director of national int intelligen intelligence. dan coates is getting serious consideration and he is competing with fran townsend.
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a recount in wisconsin gets under way this morning. jill steinowfficials to pay for it. a judge rejected stein's request for a hand recount. she filed for a recount in michigan and in pennsylvania with the court date scheduled for monday. you have to wonder how these allegations are trying to be a spoiler. if this is playing into the push for the recounts. and in north carolina, a police officer will not face charges for a fatal shooting trigger protests on the streets of charlotte. an update on the unrest when "early start" continues. it h s at v , and the bels are on the best network. (both) yes! (vo) with no surprise overages, you can use your data worry free and even carry over the data you don't use. and right now get four lines and 20 gigs for only $40 per line. and, just for the holidays,
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breaking news from thacomta washington. a police officer shot and killed. the unidentified officer gunned
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down yesterday while responding to a domestic violence call. he went through surgery and did not make it. the police are describing the scene as active. we are watching the situation closely. we will bring you the details as they happen. four people arrested in charlotte, north carolina. protesting the d.a.'s decision not to charge officer vincent in the walter scott shooting last year. we get more from cnn's brian todd. >> reporter: will and christine, protests on the streets of charlotte. gathering to protest the d.a. decision not to file charges against officer vincent for the shooting of keith lamont scott in september. the krocrowds were not as many the one s in september. not nearly as many out last night. they walked a few blocks and the
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police were aggressive. the police really being strict in their rule to keep the protesters on the sidewalks. we did witness four arrests after tussles with police as they tried to keep the protesters on the sidewalks. one commander telling me they wanted to approach this strategically. let them protest, but keep them from blocking traffic. protesters out tonight to voice displeasure with the d.a. not to file charges against officer vincent the d.a. andrew murray saying all of the evidence they gathered in the investigation which lasted two months led them to believe officer vincent and shooting of keith lamont scott was justified. that keith lamont scott ignored ten commands to drop his gun. the scott family claimed he did not have a gun. the d.a. said he did. there were claims and counterclaims through the
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investigation. the decision not to file charges against officer vinson made by the d.a. today. that is what led to the protests on wednesday night. the officer in question is on administerirative duty. there is an internal investigation to make sure policies were not violated. the family of keith lamont scott is not known if they will file a charge. and michael slager is on trial for the death of walter scott. witness video shows slager shooting and killing the father of four as he tried to run away. slager has pleaded not guilty. context is important here. this video does not show the entire struggle between the men. a moving tribute to the soccer club killed in a plane
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crash in colombia. thousands gathered at the stadium in medellin wednesday night. fans chanted at the stadium celebrating the victims' lives. the pilot told air traffic controllers he ran out of fuel. he pleaded for permission to land. dakota access pipeline protesters about to get a boost from thousands of veterans. leaders for standing rock say they are ready to head to north dakota even if it means frigid conditions even if it means serving as human shields. they were told to bring gas masks and anticipate confrontations with police. >> it is cold. these protesters are determined. they say water is at stake. the environment is at stake. they say sacred burial grounds
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are at stake. they feel corporations and the government don't care. >> they don't have with them everything they need for sub zero conditions. to tennessee now. more lives lost in tennessee. wildfires posing a big threat as thousands of evacuees are waiting to see if their homes are even there. ahead on "early start." gice ifa big plans. so when i found out medicare doesn't pay all my medical expenses, i got a medicare supplement insurance plan. [ male announcer ] if you're eligible for medicare, you may know it only covers about 80% of your part b medical expenses. the rest is up to you. call now and find out about an aarp medicare supplement insurance plan, insured by unitedhealthcare insurance company. like all standardized medicare supplement insurance plans, it could save you in out-of-pocket medical costs. call now to request your free decision guide.
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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. all right. to tennessee now. the death toll in the devastation worsening. wildfires blamed for seven deaths and more than 50
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injuries. rain in the area is damp ening the flames. now they have concerns about mudslides. we have more from cnn's jennifer gray. >> reporter: will and christine, people are waking up in the evacuation center not knowing if they can return to their home answer if ts and if they have a home. there is a lot of devastation because people have so many questions and they have been in the waiting game not knowing what is left of their belongings. most people left with the clothes on their backs. they are getting plenty of food and items they need. there is a medical clinic as well. it has been a hard couple days for the people in this area. of course, there's no word on when they will return home. a lot of that is due to the fact there are still wildfires burning if you can believe it. we have had a lot of rain. you would not imagine the wildfires still burning.
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they are. with the storms come very, very strong winds. we had cloud-to-ground lightning and that has counteracted a little bit of the benefit the rain has brought. the rain is helping contain the fires and helping the firefighters in the big picture. we talked to a crew that went in the areas that were burned. they said the structures are not on fire, but you can feel the heat under your feet. the ground is smoldering. it gives you a sense of how dry and parched the area is. of course, the crews will be out. fema is expected to come to offer assistance. first responders and firefighters from all around coming to the gatlinburg area to lend a hand. hopefully folks will have answers in the coming hours and days. guys. >> there is never a good time. for this to happen during itthe holidays. dolly parton is launching an effort to help people of the
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wildfire. she is establishing my people fund and using the dollywood foundation. she will provide $1,000 assistance a month for families. she believes charity begins at home. >> we want to provide a hand up to the families who have lost everything in the fires. to recover, we want to make sure the dollywood foundation offers $1,000 a month to all of those families. >> to help her efforts, go to the dollywoodfoundation.org. >> i did an interview with her. she is an amazing woman. she is 1 of 12 kids. her family works at dollywood. her nieces and nephews all live and work in the area. it is close to home for her literally and figuratively. good for her. at least five people are dead. dons hurt after severe storms
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tore through the south. tornadoes, including this one in alabama, where three people were killed. people going through the belongi belongings. a couple killed in tennessee in polk county. you see trees down and neighborhoods flatted. the rain is intense in the south. in memphis, some of the heaviest rain. i flew from atlanta. a tornado warning a couple hours after my flight took off. the north carolina governor's race is still not decided. the board of elections issuing a recount of 94,000 votes in a county. democrats insist there is no evidence of irregularities. pat mccrory lost by 10,000 votes, but still refusing to concede. the house is boosting federal funding to combat cancer and other diseases. it includes a moon shot
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initiative championed by vice president joe biden and to help the opioid epidemic. donald trump about to embark on a victory lap. he is heading to the carrier plant where he just helped save about 1,000 jobs. he is expecting a hero's welcome. this morning, there are plenty of questions about the deal and those incentives. that's next on "early start." hoo first ! that's because with fingerhut.com we can shop over 700,000 items go to fingerhut.com to get low monthly payments and the credit you deserve. that's a touchdown, buttercup! ♪ ♪ oww!
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donald trump saves 1,000 jobs. how did he get that deal done? the president-elect hitting the road today to take a victory lap. a neighborhood on lockdown. a gunman who killed a police officer is barricaded in a home. the standoff stretching into the night. more lives and homes lost in tennessee. thousands of evacuees wondering when they can return home to see if they still have a home. welcome back to "early start."
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i'm christine romans. >> i'm will ripley. >> good to see you. welcome to new york. >> in the same country for once. donald trump preparing to take a victory lap. the president-elect heading to the carrier plant in indianapolis today along with vice president-elect mike pence. pence and unknown incentives were key to convincing the company to keep about 1,000 jobs here instead of moving to mexico. >> reporter: will and christine, donald trump will take a victory lap when he tours the carrier factory in indiana. the same company he railed in the campaign for shipping the jobs to mexico. now after the president-elect and vice president-elect, they are keeping some of the jobs in the u.s. steve mnuchin says it is an example of trump making good on a promise. >> carrier, i think it is
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terrific. the president-elect picked up the phone and said we want to keep jobs here. i can't remember the last time a president did that. >> reporter: the transition is not offering details on the carrier deal. later in the day, trump will appear in cincinnati, ohio. a state he carried on election day. his staff is calling it part of his thank you tour for being elected the next president. will and christine. jim, thanks for that. when it comes to the deal like the one trump brokers with carrier, the devil is in the details. a lid on the financial considerations to save the jobs. we have martin savage reporting on the hero's welcome in indianapolis. >> reporter: good morning, will and christine. a lot of people looking forward to the visit of president-elect trump. most of them carrier employees who want to express their thanks. they have a lot of questions as well. it is not that they are not grateful. they are. there are 1,400 jobs here.
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1,000 are talked about being saved. that means several hundred people fear it is their job that is still going to be lost. until they hear the details, they will continue to have those fierc fears. there are other concerns. do we have to cut back on the wages and how long is carrier willing to stay? they don't have answers. there are other people who want to find out more about just what is the deal that got carrier to change its mind. it has been suggested that carrier got more incentives from the state of indiana. remember back in february when carrier said it was leaving, the state tried very hard to keep the company here. and yet was unsuccessful. it seems it has to be more than just state incentives. it has been suggested perhaps the president-elect said he could bring about some deal by reducing the corporate tax code or maybe reducing federal regulations. there are still some, especially employees of carrier, who suggest maybe united technologies, the parent company
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of carrier, began to worry because they do $5 billion of defense contracts every year, those contracts could be harmed if they moved carrier to mexico. will and christine. >> martin made very good points there. you heard steve mnuchin, the presumptive incoming secretary of state the president called the ceo of united technologies. the parent kcompany of carrier. if you get government contracts, you are looking at the administration and one company you get contracts and other you are shipping jobs overseas. it is silent leverage. >> a $5 billion defense contract and $65 panhand6 5 million to k in the u.s. >> a bigger investment with the future. i would suspect this administration is talking to other companies, too. you know, this is a symbolic, but very important win for the
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narrative of donald trump as a businessman. how many other companies is he putting pressure on right now? >> is this the strategy? we will sit down across the table and have the face-to-face meetings and company by company fight to keep the jobs. >> this is in indiana where mike pence may have been working on this for a long time. we will learn more today. lots of questions. one of the first public figures to endorse donald trump, sarah palin, appears to confirm reports that she is under consideration to become the secretary of veterans affairs. she posted a video on her facebook account offering her ideas for fixing the v.a. team trump is considering palin for the post. a source close to the former presidential nominee says she is aware of the issue. linda mcmahon stopped by to
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visit with the president-elect. the former senate candidate is top pick to lead the small business administration. she has been in talks with the transition team for day days. >> the meeting was great. i was honored to come in and talk to the president-elect of the united states. anytime the president-elect calls you in to talk, i'm happy to do that. we talked about jobs and talked about sba. we had a really good conversation. >> are you looking for a job? >> that remains to be seen. >> mcmahon was a vocal supporter during the campaign. she donated $6 million to a pro trump super pac. david petraeus would have three days to notify his parole officer and he would need to notify authorities before leaving north carolina aftnd al of his work travel would need to be approved. he is serving two years
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probation for sharing classified information while he was a cia director. the former military leader does remain highly respected despite his criminal record. donald trump has narrowed the field for three jobs. tom coats and sara townsend. and after his nomination as treasury secretary, steve mnuchin unveiled his most important goal. >> our first priority is going to be the tax plan and the tax plan has the corporate aspects to it. lowering corporate taxes to make u.s. companies the most competitive in the world. repat rate millions back. we will have the most significant income tax cut since
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reagan. >> he also said wealthy americans will not be getting across the board tax cuts. that is a departure from what donald trump said on the campaign trail. mnuchin is one of three trump connections to goldman sachs. he worked there for 17 years. a partner before leaving for hollywood to be a financier in hollywood. trump meet with gary cohn. and trump's chief strategist also worked at goldman sachs in the 1980s. he would use images of goldman sachs in some of his closing arguments against hillary clinton saying she would be the candidate for wall street and goldman sachs. we talk about the treasury department especially. you work very closely with the treasury and bonds and bond market. >> we are quickly learning that things said on the trail do not
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translate if tn the transition. and we are watching a story in tacoma, washington. a police officer shot and killed. the gun man keeping police at bay overnight. we are watching the standoff as "early start" continues. he ays izon, are on the best network.ls (both) yes! (vo) with no surprise overages, you can use your data worry free and even carry over the data you don't use. and right now get four lines and 20 gigs for only $40 per line. and, just for the holidays, buy the new pixel phone by google and get $400 back. i love you in that, no, i love you in that. no, i love yin that! (vo) get the best deals and the best network, only on verizon.
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breaking news out of tacoma, washington. a police officer shot and killed. the barricaded suspect surrounded. the unidentified officer gunned down wednesday afternoon after responding to a domestic violence dispute. he did not survive surgery. authorities have the home surrounded and active gunshots heard inside. we will bring you the breaking news as it continues to unfold. tension in north carolina. four people have been arrested protesting the decision of the d.a. to not charge the officer involved in the shooting of
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keith lamont scott. >> reporter: will and christine. gatherings to protest the d.a.'s decision not to file charges against officer vinson for the shooting of keith lamont scott. they did walk a few blocks and the police were aggressive toward them. the police really being strict in their rule to keep the protesters on the sidewalks. we did witness four arrests after tussles with police as they were aggressive in trying to keep protester on the sidewalks. one commander said they wanted to approach this extstrategical and let them protest, but not block traffic. protesters out tonight to voice
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displeasure not to file charges against officer vinson. the d.a. andrew murray saying that all of the evidence they had gathered in the investigation which lasted more than two months led them to believe that officer vinson and shooting of keith lamont scott was justified. officer vinson felt threatened. that keith lamont scott ignored ten commands to drop a gun. the scott family said he did not have a gun. the d.a. says he did. there were claims which led to the protest on wednesday night. the officer in question is on administrative duty. there is an internal investigation to make sure policies were not violated in the case. the family of keith lamont scott, it is unclear if they file a civil lawsuit or not. they will pursue justice for mr.
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scott. will and christine. >> brian todd in charlotte, north carolina. in south carolina. jury deliberations in the trial of michael slager. he is involved in the shooting of walter scott. you may remember the witness video showing slager shooting and killing the father of four as he tried to run away. slager has flpled not guilty. his attorney argue the video does not show the entire struggle between the men. a moving tribute to the members of the brazilian soccer club killed in the plane crash in clolombia. thousands geared at medellin stadium celebrating the victims' lives. the pilot told air traffic control he ran out of fuel. he desperately pleaded for permission to land before
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crashing. dakota access pipeline protesters are about to get a boost from thousands of veterans. leaders of the group veterans stand for standing rock say they are ready to head to north dakota ready to brave blizzard-like conditions to serve as human shields for the demonstrators. protesters have been ordered to leave by monitda monday or face what if i said a lifestyle change could make you more successful? jeff bezos and arianna huffington are all doing one simple thing. we will tell you what it is next. generosity is its own form of power.
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you 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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five suspects who tried to detonate a bomb outside manila this week wanted to be accepted by isis. the police in the fiphilippines said if it exploded, it would have caused heavy damage. the terror alert level in the philippines has been raised following the attempted attack. more security check points and random searches of vehicles. the united nations is putting the world on notice that syria and eastern aleppo is on the way of becoming a giant graveyard. a desperate need to get food and water and medicine to nearly 200,000 civilians trapped in the war zone. the challenge is finding safe passage for the humanitarian efforts. cnn's muhammad lila has the latest. muhammad, they reopened the only road in eastern aleppo. could supplies go through there? >> reporter: that is the hot
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topic of today. the u.n. says that road won't take them to the eastern part of aleppo. there is back and forth with open and the united states is saying not so fast. a joint press conference in turkey with the turkish foreign minist minister. there was an acknowledgment that vladimir putin and erdogan spoke in the last three days. secondly, this is very important, one of the questions asked in the turkish foreign minister, is theurkey playing a middle man? turkey's foreign minister did not deny that. saying he believes all the parties need to be at the table. including all of the parties at the ground because peace talks are important. while all this is going on, the
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u.n. is warning of dire circumstances. the head of the humanitarian mission came out and said eastern aleppo is turning into a descent into hell. the foreign minister came out yesterday saying that this could be the worst civilian massacre in eastern aleppo since the end of world war ii. it happens as the syrian regime continues to advance into the rebel held parts of eastern aleppo. will. >> a heartbreaking situation for the families there. especially the children who continue to suffer. muhammad lila, thank you. the death toll rising in tennessee. wildfires blamed for seven deaths and 50 injuries. there is rain in the area dampening the flames. they are not out entirely. now there are concerns of mudsli mudslides. we get more from cnn's meteorologist jennifer gray in
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gatlinburg. >> reporter: will and christine, people are waking up not knowing when they will return to their homes and once they get there, not knowing if there will be a home. there is a lot of despair and devastation around the shelter because people have so many questions and they have been in the waiting game not knowing what is left of their belongings. most people left with the clothes on their back. of course, they are getting food and items they need. actually a medical clinic as well here. it has been a hard couple days for the people in the area. of course, there's no word on when they will return home. a lot of that is due to the fact there are still wildfires burning. if you can believe it. we have had a lot of rain. you would not imagine the wildfires still burning. they are. with the storms come very strong winds. we had cloud-to-ground lightning and that has counteracted a bit of the benefit the rain has brought. the rain is helping contain the fires and it is helping the
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firefighters in the big picture. we talked to a crew that went to the areas that were burned. they said even though the structures are not on fire, you can feel the heat under your feet. the ground is smoldering. it gives you a sense of how dry and parched this area is. of course, crews will be out. fema is expected to come to offer assistance. first responders and firefighters from all around come together gatlinburg area to lend a hand. hopefully folks will have answers in the coming hours and days. guys. >> jennifer gray in gatlinburg. the north carolina governor's race is not decided. the state board of election ordering a partial recount. 94,000 votes in durham county. voting irregularitieirregularit. republican governor pat mccrory lost to roy cooper by 10,000 votes. arianna huffington is known
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for digital media. she left the web site that bears her name and launching a new company on corporate wellness. it is a goal to help people unplug and recharge and work smarter. she draws a direct line with more sleep and shareholder value. i sat down with her yesterday to see how this benefits all employees from anchors to ceos. >> do you have a message to those type a people watching our show at 5:00 a.m.? you want to tell them to go back to sleep? >> my message is best to follow christine's advice. christine goes to sleep at 8:00 p.m. if you have to get up early, go to sleep as early as you can. create a transition to sleep to make it easy. charge your phone outside your bedroom. have a hot shower or bath to disconnect from your day so you are able to really go to sleep early. then as soon as you can, have a
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nap. winsto winston churchill power napped. that is an absolutely amazing productivity tool if you had to get up really early and you did not get enough sleep. >> he also had cigars and a lot of booze. i don't recommend that ritual. >> i don't either. >> i'm impressed you can go to sleep at 8:00. >> she says five or six hours of sleep is not enough. people like jeff bezos and sharyl sandberg stress about sleep. you stress over the sleep your kids get, but not yourself. you know how much battery life you have in your phone, but not in your body. to be really successful, you need more sleep. this new company she founded.
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partnerships with uber and jpmorgan chase. she a they are trying to draw connections to work. well rested and good sleep and unplugged and shareholder values. >> i'm a big fan of the power nap. i'll chug couffee and take a 20-minute nap. you wake up and you are good to go for the rest of the day. >> look at this. you should have been interviewing her. >> your interview was great. "early start" continues right now. >> a victory lap for donald trump. he is heading to the plant where he just saved 1,000 jobs. now critics want to know how he pulled off the deal. a police officer killed in washington state. the gunman barricaded in a house deep into the night. we are following the latest on the standoff which is still happening this morning. and thousands waiting to
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find out if their homes are still standing in tennessee. welcome to "early start" this 1st day of december. i'm christine romans. >> i'm will ripley in for john berman. 5:00 a.m. in the east. we start with donald trump. he is preparing to take a big victory lap. he is heading to the carrier plant in indianapolis along with mike pence. now pence and unknown incentives, but they were key to convince the company to keep about 1,000 jobs in the state instead of exporting them to me mexico. you remember the video of outraged workers. now this deal is a symbolic win for the president-elect. we have the latest with jim chr, donald trump will take a victory lap today when he tours the carrier factory in

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