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i love pizza. >> i worked at my dad's store for a while. >> work release. "early start" continues now. >> a big revolution into the election hacking. u.s. intelligence report says hacked e-mails from russia to wikileaks. what is donald trump saying? complete coverage ahead. who is going to pay for the wall? >> mexico. >> who? >> mexico. >> by the way, 100%. >> well, maybe not. in an effort to speed up construction, trump's team wants congress to fund the border wall. details on this major flip ahead. the republicans now looking to target planned parenthood while they dismantle obamacare. could doing both at once end up hurting their cause?
it is 5:00. good morning. welcome to "early start." i'm christine romans. >> i'm miguel marquez. can i c i can confirm it is friday, january 6th. big developments overnight. intelligence reports names the go betweens who officials now believe russia used to ferry hacked documents to wikileaks before the election. intelligence agencies got that information after the election which increased their confidence it was russia that carried out the hack and did it in part because moscow wanted to help donald trump win. all this ahead of the president-elect's top level intelligence briefing on the hack expected today. what is mr. trump saying about this? we'll get to that in a moment. we start with pamela brown and the latest on the new intelligence. >> reporter: good morning, miguel and christine. we are learning more about what
is in the comprehensive review that was presented to president obama and will be presented to president-elect donald trump. we learned that it contains the identities of the go between people that the russian government used to handover the stolen documents to wikileaks. you recall that julian assange, the founder of wikileaks, said that the russians did not hand over the documents. we learned that the russian government used a third party and apparently the identities of those people are now in that report. also we learned about the intercepted communications after the election of russian government officials celebrating and congratulating each other on donald trump's win. we are told there is no smoking gun intercepted communication, but this is one piece of the puzzle of many pieces we're told that built this picture of russia behind the hack and the why and motivations also included in the report. we know that the leader of the dni will be leading this
briefing with donald trump in new york in trump tower along with other leaders of the intelligence community. this will be watched closely. back to you. christine and miguel. >> thank you. who are the go betweens that carried the e-mails? an unclassified version of the report will show what? here is what joe biden told pbs. >> i think it will probably confirm what a lot of the american people think. the idea that the russians were not involved in an effort to engage in our electorate process is simply not able to be sustained. >> james clapper, the intelligence chief told senators that his foreign counterparts are worried that the president-elect is disparaging the intelligence community and
could damage public confidence in the spy agencies. we mentioned clapper and other agency heads are set to brief trump on the hack in person. cnn's jim acosta has a preview. >> reporter: later today, donald trump will meet with officials to go over findings that russia was hacking into the november election. james clapper will be there as well as michael flynn. yesterday, on capitol hill, the intelligence leaders reiterating findings that russia was involved in hacking in the election. trump in a series of tweets last night continued to raise doubts about that assessment. he has named retiring indiana senator dan coats as new director of intelligence. i'm told that coats will not be at that meeting later on today. >> the fbi and dni at odds if the bureau asked to access the party's computer servers after the initial dnc hack. the dnc tells buzzfeed the fbi
never asked to access servers. a senior law enforcement official told cnn last night the dnc rebuffed request from the fbi and that delayed the overall investigation. donald trump latching on to that earlier buzzfeed report with those tweets jim mentioned trying to sew doubt. the democratic national committee would not allow the fbi to study or see computer information after supposedly hacked by russia. how and why are they sure about hacking if they never requested the examination of the computer servers? and the senior members of the russian government celebrating to the trump victory. how are they reacting to the latest revelations? we have senior correspondent
frederik pleitgen with us. i assume they are watching closely. >> reporter: good morning, miguel. i assume they are watching closely and angry and frustrated by the senate armed services committee. it seems they are happy about what they are seeing on trump's twitter feed. especially that tweet that christine mentioned about the servers that the fbi department didn't access. that is at the center of the sputnik news agency report. they say that work is outsourced by the fbi and done by a company against russia as well. they are trying to bring in doubts there. an official of russia is angry about the committee hearings. i received a message from the spokesman from vladimir putin. he had the following to say. he said we suggested cooperation on combating cyber threats numerous times. it has been rejected.
we are sick and tired of everything being blamed on our country. another thing the russians are clearly angry about is dni james clapper said russia was spreading fake news to influence public opinion. there is a senior lawmaker in russia saying it is the u.s. that spreads fake news. you can see how the mood is souring. >> thank you, fred. we are going to build a great border wall to stop illegal immigration. we're going to stop drugs from coming in. >> who is going to pay for the wall? >> mexico. >> who? >> mexico. >> by the way, 100%. >> all right. a central theme of the campaign. a promise to make mexico pay for the wall along the u.s./mexico
border. it is not mexico footing the bill. it will be you, the american taxpayer, at first. trump's team has informed the congress that the president-elect prefers to fund that wall through the appropriations process. he wants to do it by april. he plans to use federal money. some top republicans are refusing to commit to the plan. there is already talking among democrats about shutting down the government over the issue. trump said mexico could reimburse the u.s. for the cost of the wall. it is unclear if the u.s. pays up front. republicans launching a new push to defund planned parenthood. they are doing it in conjunction with repealing obamacare. that could slow down both efforts. paul ryan says republicans will try to eliminate funding for planned parenthood as part of the process to dismantle obamacare linking the two. that decision to slow the efforts to dismantle obamacare because senate republicans have
only two votes to spare and at least two gop senators from maine and alaska are pro choice. they won't commit to an obamacare repeal that commits to the planned parenthood language. the efforts to undo the signature health law are getting more messy. john cornwyn of texas says consider one large bill could be hard to push through. he tells cnn, we are not going a comprehensive bill. we will do it in a step by step basis. if i learned anything, big bills are not the way to go. that doesn't square with what chris collins says. >> we will repeal it quickly. the replacement is something you will see some time in the june or july time frame. on the replacement plan, you have seen five or six versions of replacement plans on the republican side.
we have to bring those all together to have one final product. >> now for democrats, vice president joe biden is weighing in chastising the gop for not having any real ideas for replacement. >> democrats should say let's look at what you have and what don't you like about it and let's fix it. tell us your ideas. mr. trump's a good man, but he doesn't know much about the health care system. they are very serious about undoing it. lots of luck. undo it. see what happens. >> there is also research suggesting repealing key he prop provisions could damage the economy if not replaced. nearly 3 million jobs could be lost. that is because doing so would double the number of uninsured and cause higher costs for providers. this comes from the george washington university school of
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a new classified intelligence report identifies russian hacked e-mails to wikileaks which released to the public. it sounds confusing. we are talking about the chain of hacked e-mails and how they got to wikileaks and to the public. helping us break this down is tal kopan in washington and eugene scott. eugene, let's talk about this. julian assange had said it wasn't the russian government that directly gave them the e-mails. this classified report we have is there was a chain that came from russia. what is the new information? >> i think the new information is going to give voters the
opportunity to see just how things got to them. no one specifically has always said that it was a direct exchange with the russian government and wikileaks. we know there could have been go betweens. he clearly pushed back on the interview on fox news is saying he got it from vladimir putin and no one is saying that is the only way you could have gotten it. >> assange sounded like a lawyer in the interview with fox news. tal, on james woolsey. he worked for four administrations. he is now stepping away and quit his job as adviser to the transition team. how significant is this? >> keep in mind that before he stepped away, he had been fairly vocal in support of the intelligence coming out that pointed the finger at russia for hacking and directing the
wikileaks disclosures. it has raised eyebrows because the question is was there a separation here because of the stance he was taking on russia and is there going to be a sentiment within trump's circles and fear among some is the sentiment will be they don't really appreciate the contrad t contradictory voices. it is unclear what happened inside and i'm sure you get push back on the idea that he was asked to step away because of his position. that is certainly what there is concern about happening here from some in the intelligence community. >> i think intelligence is at the core of this. a bipartisan concern that donald trump is the very people who advise him, the people who put their lives on the line in many cases, to get information for him, he doesn't trust them. and you have to wonder what is the motivation. one thing i heard in the hearing yesterday, eugene, this is not about donald trump being elected
because of russia. this is russia meddling overall. this is not about delegitimizing the presidency. what is russia doing meddling? i wonder if trump sees that shift. >> his party leaders and comr e comrades are hoping so. we saw lindsey graham speaking clearly. if the u.s. government does not respond to the russia involvement in the election, we could see maybe china or iran get involved in future elections and including hacking the republican party's e-mails. this is not just about clinton and trump. this is bigger. >> you used the right word. comrade. i saw you jump a little bit. >> tal, i want to play sound from the vice president on pbs. his thoughts and his ideas on what mr. trump should do.
>> grow up, donald. grow up. time to being an adult. you're president. you got to do something. show us what you have. >> he was talking about the various tweets that president-elect donald trump has been sending out and clearly saying grow up. i take it this is not going to be welcome advice for the president-elect. >> i can't imagine given the long track record we have now with how trump has dealt with criticism that he is going to take this very favorably. we saw him use his twitter account to call the minority leader the head clown of that spaer party. we will see what comes up for joe biden. keep in mind, it has to be difficult for the outgoing administration. president obama has spoken forcefully about a calm
transition of power. they are witnessing something that could mean the dismantling the legacy. it is not unexpected to see a bit of frustration with the new administration coming in and some of donald trump's tactics. it stands in contrast to what we have seen for last eight years. >> gutting obamacare is something joe biden talked about yesterday. everybody is talking about it in washington. now the republicans may want to link defunding planned parenthood with obamacare. could that slow their efforts? >> it absolutely could. if you keep in mind, on cnn.com this morning, i have a story coming out about how narrow the senate majority is this year. keep in mind, senate republicans cannot lose more than two votes on any bill if democrats vote against them or they will not pass the legislation. right now, you have two senators who are pro choice anti-abortion and would respond to this attempt to defund planned
parenthood unfavorably. with the narrow margin in the senate, you have to have everyone on board with the party to move legislation. if the house goes ahead with this, it puts a showdown on the table with the house and senate over how exactly they will proceed. >> come back in 20 minutes. >> was it more mind boggling? they are talking about massive tax reform at the same time. >> plus nominees. >> i think the tax reform -- donald trump was critical of toyota. the third car company of the week. we are talking about the tax reform threats are starting to take shape. thanks. four people now facing hate crime charges after a video of them torturing a mentally challenged man was streamed online. the victim's family and president obama weighing in. (vo) the holidays may be over
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all right. the president-elect taking on a third automaker this week blasting toyota for breaking ground on a plant in mexico to sell corollas in the u.s. trump tweeting, toyota motors building a plant in baja. no way. build a plant in the u.s. or pay a big border tax. we heard that from him before. the third automaker he targeted blasting for building plants in mexico. toyota defending itself. saying the plant will not cost any u.s. workers their jobs.
it also pushed stats. it has $22 billion in the u.s. 1500 dealerships. it employs 100,000 workers in the u.s. the majority of the cars toyota sells in the u.s. are made in the u.s. toyota exports cars from the u.s. to other countries. clearly talking about that border tax, donald trump is really drawing a line here in the sand. if you make something overseas and you are an american company and you sell it in the u.s. and make it overseas, he wants you to pay a bore aftder tax on it. more than 150 companies hold debt in donald trump's companies. they hold $1 billion in debt in trump companies. bigger than the financial disclosure he submitted in may. the journal says the $1 billion figure includes bonds that trump's companies sold which
were repackaged forms of debt he owes. wells fargo owns $14 million of trump debt. as president, trump will oversee the justice department. no comment from the presidential transition team. very difficult to ans cea s tax. >> what is the retaliation. does that raise prices? four suspectis appear in a chicago courtroom after the gruesome beating of the special needs teenager streamed live online. one suspect, jordan hill, was friends with the victim. the victim's family is absolutely stunned. >> we're overwhelmed and surprised. we're happy that everyone is concerned. yeah. this should never have happened. >> president obama weighing in
following the hate crime charges saying race relations have not gotten worse, but getting more attention thanks to social media. >> we see visuals of racial tensions and violence and so forth because of smartphones and internet and media. what we have seen is surfacing, i think a lot of the problems that have been there a long time. whether it is tensions between police and communities and whether it is hate crimes of the despicable sort that has surfaced on facebook. >> the video shows the attackers yelling anti-white and anti-trump comments. the u.s. identifying how hacked democratic e-mails made their way from the russian government all the way to wikileaks. how the president-elect and the kremlin responding. wheat? in purina one true instinct grain free, real chicken is always #1.
the key link in the election hacking scheme revealed. a u.s. intelligence report identifies people who provided hacked e-mails to wikileaks. all this ahead to president-elect donald trump's sit down with the intelligence community. coverage ahead. who is going to pay for the wall? >> mexico. >> who? >> mexico. >> by the way, 100%. >> a stunning reversal of a big campaign pledge. donald trump's team now wants congress to fund the wall with mexico in an effort to speed up the job. details on the flip ahead. republicans now setting sights on defunding planned parenthood and also dismantling obamacare. could doing both at once keep either of them from getting done? welcome back to "early start." i'm miguel marquez. >> nice to see you.
i'm christine romans. 31 minutes past the hour. a big development overnight. a new intelligence report begin to president obama names the go betweens who russia used to ferry hacked democratic e-mails. this as u.s. officials tell cnn they got information from the election that increased their confidence it is russia that carried out the attack. >> it is all because russia wanted donald trump to win. the briefing expected some time today. what is mr. donald trump saying about this? we will get more on that in a moment. we start with pamela brown and latest on the new intelligence. >> reporter: good morning, miguel and christine. we are learning more about what is in the come pprehensive revi that was presented to president obama and will be presented to president-elect donald trump. we learned it contains the identities of the go between people that the russian
government used to hand over the stolen documents to wikileaks. you recall that julian assange said that the russians did not hand over the documents. we learned that the russian government used a third party and apparently the identities of the people are now in that report. also we learned about the intercepted communications after the election of russian government officials celebrating and congratulating each other on donald trump's win. we are told there is no smoking gun intercepted communication, but this is one piece of the puzzle of many pieces that built this picture of russia behind the hack and the why and motivations included in the report. we know that the leader of the dni will be leading the briefing with trump in new york at trump tower and others in the intelligence community. this will be watched closely. back to you, cryihristine. thank you. james clapper telling members of
the senate foreign committee are worried the president-elect is disparaging the intelligence community could damage the confidence in the spy agency. as we mentioned clapper and other intelligence agency heads are set to brief donald trump. jim acosta has the preview. >> reporte >> reporter: donald trump will meet with others at the briefing. yesterday, on capitol hill, the intelligence community leaders reiterating findings that russia was involved in hacking into the election. trump in a series of tweets last night continued to raise doubts about that assessment. meanwhile, he has named retiring indiana senator dan coats as tick director of intelligence. coats will not be at the meeting
later on today. >> jim, thanks. the fbi and dnc different versions this morning of the same event. whether the bureau asked to access the servers after the hack. the dnc said they were never asked to look at the servers. the dnc rebuffed the request and delayed the investigation. donald trump latching on to that with the tweets. trying to bring doubt about i intelligence. he writes the dnc would not allow the fbi to study or see computer information after it was hacked by russia. how are they sure if they never requested the examination of the servers? as for senior members of the russian government celebrating trump's victory. how are those officials reacting this morning to the revelations? cnn's fred pleitgen is in moscow
for us. fred. >> reporter: good morning, miguel. they certainly are angry and frustrated over the things they are hearing over the senate armed services committee hearing. one news network here, the sputnik news, highlighting the trump tweets. calling into question the things that have been said. some of the information coming out. i got a message from the spokesperson from vladimir putin we have suggested cooperation numerous times. we are sick and tired of those blaming everything on our country. there is a need for an enemy. why not try someone else. the russians sticking by their line it wasn't them. one of the things, miguel, that angered them a lot was the dni james clapper coming out saying russia was spreading fake news. a senior lawmaker coming out and accusing america of spreading
more fake news than anyone else. the tone continues to sour. >> it will be interesting to see how the relationship between the u.s. and russia continues when donald trump takes office. thank you. now so much to discuss ahead of the president-elect's debrief from officials today. we bring back eugene scott and tal kopan. we will show you the positives and negatives over the jobs report next in cnn money. with the xfinity tv app,
a new classified report identifies go betweens who carried hacked e-mails from russia to wikileaks who released them to the public. helping us get through this this morning on the story cnn's political reporter tal kopan in d.c. and eugene scott here to my right in new york city. tal. huge push back from the intel community in d.c. trump getting briefed by the heads of the intelligence agency. how is this all received? >> well, the question is by whom. in some cases in the instance, donald trump and his inner circle stand alone. i have been on the hill this week talking to members of congress. there is concern in the republican party about any
perception that this information that russia was the one to hack the democratic political groups as we know and knew information and we have evidence about how that information was handed off to a third party and handed it off to wikileaks for release. there is concern that information could be used to try to undermine donald trump's election. aside from that, there is near unanimous consensus on the hill to trust the intelligence community. whereas the trump transition continues to cast doubt on the intelligence and ask questions. >> it is almost looks as they they don't want anything to cast doubt on the will he he glegiti presidency. the hack may have not changed the election, but the peopfact people are hacking into the election is a concern. let's talk about julian assange. he was on fox this week. i want to listen to how he
talked about who gave wikileaks this information. >> can you tell the american people 1,000% you did not get it from russia or anybody associated with russia? >> we can say and we have said repeatedly over the last two months that our source is not the russian government and not state party. >> doesn't answer the follow-up. it is not the russian government or state party. that doesn't say it is not a go between, tal. that we know when you talk about cyber espionage, there are go betweens. >> absolutely. keep in mind, there are a lot of ways that cyber criminals and cyber actors cover their tracks. it is an instance in the technical analysis. there are ways that hackers sort of jump through different internet points so they can make it difficult to follow them.
the people that investigate this are familiar with that. when you are talking about distributing it to an entity like wikileaks in espionage, there will be an issue to cover your tracks and a side of applause bui plausibility. you know, a question to me of how much wikileaks wants to know about sources because their message is transparency and bringing down governments. i don't know why they investigate deeply where they are getting the information from. >> switching gears from hacks to bricks. start this question off with a face plant. the wall that donald trump said once, twice, 500 times. >> mexico will pay for it. >> they will build a wall. now, no. let's go through appropriations. how will this be received? >> it will not be received well
from anyone. even though donald trump was often criticized that mexico would build the wall. no one thought was possible. no one expected that he was going to have american taxpayers support this idea. the majority of republicans who voted for donald trump did not support a wall built period. much less paying for it. the push back he is about to get is probably more significant than he suggested or that he could have expected. >> a ceo of the conglomerate a couple weeks ago told me the wall is good for business. who will build it? you have to have a foreign guest worker program. i think that was a joke. it shows you there will be issues. eminent domain issues. >> is he going to spend capital on this when you have health care and tax reform and transportation bill they want to get through. it seems like he is biting off way too much.
>> it seems infrastructure is not in the first 100 days. let's ask you, tal, about obamacare and effort to gut obamacare anti-id tying defundi planned parenthood. >> the house and senate both have to pass things. the house wants to add defunding planned parenthood to the bill. in the senate, a narrow majority for republicans. they cannot lose three votes. that is how narrow the margin is. right now, rand paul is voting against the vehicle for repealing obamacare because he is concerned about deficit spending. two female senators against the piece you a measures to defund planned parenthood. if the house moves forward, you will have a serious standoff with senate and house republicans to move forward. we may not see it move forward at all if it proceeds down this practice. >> the news flow is moving quickly.
a lot of developments every few hours. a lot to talk about as this takes shape. thank you so much. happy friday. have a nice weekend. it is friday. jobs friday. the final jobs report is due later this morning. the forecast is 172,000 new jobs. jobless rate is 4.7%. that is a small rise because of the jobs market is encouraging americans to come off the sidelines and look for work. wages expected to raise 2.8%. it is one of the big criticisms of the obama economy. wage growth is not more robust. 11 million net new jobs have been created. let's look at what is coming up on "new day." alisyn camerota. >> how did you know that? >> i knew it. >> great to see you. we have a lot coming up on "new day." as you have been reporting,
donald trump has a new plan on how to pay for the border wall with mexico. it is not what he promised during the campaign. we will have kellyanne conway on our program. she is the incoming counselor to the president. she will be explaining this new payment method. also, a poignant documentary about debbie reynolds and carrie fisher. it was supposed to come out in march. it has been moved up because of their untimely deaths. it is called "bright lights." we will show you some pieces of that documentary and just talking about their incredible life and incredible mother/daughter relationship. >> i have been hearing a lot of good things. i'm interested in that. >> what lives. amazing. 48 minutes past the hour. four people facing hate crime charges after them torturing a mentally challenged teenager live online.
the two frontrunners for the mvp going head-to-head in the nba. >> we have andy scholes with more on the bleacher report. >> russell westbrook is having an incredible season. if they voted for mvp, it would be a toss up. james harden had them rolling. rockets opening up an 18--point lead in the third. westbrook hit eight three-pointers on the way to 39 points. game was tied in the closing seconds when harden finds nene. the rockets would squeak by the
thunder. 118-116. inside the nba, the crew was here doing their show live at ces in las vegas. having fun trying the gadgets out. ernie johnson put this device on his head. it is supposed to help grow hair. if we see ernie next week with a full head of hair, we will know why. one of the coolest things i have tried in vegas is the virtual reality products. next vr. it puts you right there in the action. right now they broadcast one nba game a week in virtual reality. i sat down with adam silver yesterday. he is excited about the future of this technology. >> this is the closest thing to being live in an arena and when you have a global game like ours, a tiny fraction of our fans will probably be in the united states, let alone in an nba arena.
if we can replicate that court side experience and talk to fans on your left and right. hear what the players are saying on the floor and move around the are arena. those are the things we're focused on. >> next vr worked with the nfl providing highlights from games. they hope to do more in the future. guys, don't forget. nfl playoffs start tomorrow. lions and seahawks and no one was a quarterback bowl. texans and raiders. >> andy, 20 on red for me. >> all right. i'll do that, miguel. >> thanks. four suspects appear in a chicago courtroom charged with a hate crime following the beating of the special needs teenager streamed live on facebook. police say this was not premeditated, but the culmination of the weekend hangout gone wrong. one suspect jordan hill, was friends with the victim.
hill drove the victim to chicago in a stolen van and a day of rough housing turned into abuse. the victim's family is absolutely stunned. >> we're overwhelmed and surprised. we're happy that everyone's concerned. this should never have happened. >> president obama now weighing in following the hate crime charges saying race relations in general have not gotten worse, but getting more attention now thanks to social media. >> we see he visuals of racial tension and violence and so forth of because of smart phones and the media. i think a lot of the problems have been there a long time. whether tension with police and community or hate crimes of despicable sort that surfaced on
facebook. >> on the video, you can hear the suspects yelling anti-white and anti-trump comments. the suspects have not shown any signs of remorse. >> hard to watch. 56 minutes past the hour. a check on cnn money stream. stocks around the world right now on pins and needles ahead of the final jobs report of the obama presidency. 11 million new jobs created from start to finish. new this morning, gutting key parts of obamacare could cost millions of jobs. according to george washington university. congress will kill two key provisions of the affordable care act. the subsidies that help people pay for coverage. the federal government funds those two key programs so if they disappear, congress doesn't put in replacement, the report says 2.6 million jobs wiped out
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>> there is no proof to the idea of restructuring the intelligence community. >> we will build the wall. mexico will pay for the wall. >> trump's people now wants congress to pay for the wall. >> what they are trying to do will drive up the unintended pregnancy. >> this video is disturbing. >> tied up. >> hate crime charges. >> what we have seen is surfacing. the problems have been there a long time. >> we asked for continued prayers. >> this is "new day" with chris cuomo and alisyn camerota. >> welcome to the viewers in the united states and around the world. this is "new day." it is friday, january 6th. 6:00 in new york. u.s. intelligence chiefs take their case against russia directly to president-elect donald trump. the face-to-face meeting comes after the top spies told congress that russia's intervention went well beyond hacked e-mails and fake news.
>> it was a big day. gop lawmakers sat in attention. no one pushed back on the intel chiefs in any real way. there are more details coming out about what is in the classified report being presented to trump today that >> will the president elect now tell whaus other knowledge he has about the hacks or accept the reality and think we're just two weeks away from inauguration day. the administration hasn't even started yet. we got it all covered for you. let's begin with jason live from trump tower new york. >> today is finally the day that the president elect will get his chance to hear whatever evidence intelligence officials have showing that russia was behind the cyberattacks. the question is, chris, will it be enough to convince him? >> the heads of the fbi, cia, nsa and direcr