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several cities here in the u.s. are stepping up security. we have brynn gingras with more. >> reporter: the flags at half staff this morning as authorities confirm as john said six people killed in the attack. eight others in the hospital right now. described with critical injuries. the attack happened sunday night while dozens of people, families, worshipping at the quebec islamic culture center. 39 people escaped unharmed. authorities are collecting information on the coordinated terrorist attack. witnesses describe two men wearing black firing at worshippers. police have arrested two people. it is unclear if others are involved. authorities say at this hour, the situation is under control. something else authorities are looking into if there is a link between this incident and the hate crime that was reported last year when a bloody pig's head left on the mosque's door
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step. overnight, you can probably imagine all of the condolences pouring in from around the world. france's president as well as the country's prime minister in canada saying their thoughts are with the victims and families and justin trudeau says the country will stand together. in new york city, the nypd is instructing the counterterrorism teams to give extra attention to mosques today here in new york city. and they will keep an eye on the investigation in quebec. >> brynn, thank you. we do not know the identity of the two people in custody or what they are saying? >> we don't know. authorities are saying let's not speculate. let's collect information. >> thank you. this morning, confusion after a weekend of chaos, protests and clarification after clarification. president trump's executive order banning travelers from seven muslim majority countries.
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the president went way too far in the travel ban part of the so-called extreme vetting he promised, which bans all refugee admissions for the next 120 days. the president defending the move in a statement that also seemed to soften it. saying america is a proud nation of immigrants. we will continue to show compassion to those fleeing oppression. we will do so while protecting our citizens and border. we will keep it free and safe as the media knows, but refuses to say. more of the president's comments coming up. several federal judges issued temporary stays blocking the travel ban. the department of homeland security will comply with the judge's order. the administration official calls the ruling noting and claiming they apply only to one-time situation travelers in the air when the president
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signed the order. people who have not left for the united states and people travel together united states whose flights have not departed will still be banned. some of the harshest crediticis is it has come out of nowhere without planning or implementation. the white house is fighting back against that notion. they held a briefing with reporters. unnamed officials pushed back on that. the senior official says months were spent drafting the offeredoffered order. other s familiar with the matte say the circle involved was small. t agencies affected had little input and given little details before the president signed the order. demonstrations planned from uc san diego to the ohio statehouse and columbia you w t university in new york.
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people at boston's square chanting. and in new york, people jammed in battery park at more than 10,000. in washington, proptesters marches from the white house to the trump hotel and back to the white house. and international security checkpoint in san francisco shutdown due to the protesters after the official at the airport estimated was 1,500 strong. others in orlando and seattle and chicago. all taking place at airports. some of the legal challenges are mounting to the seven nation travel ban. house and senate democrats planning to protest outside of the supreme court. with an he moti emotional state chuck schumer will try to overturn the order. >> this executive order -- was
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mean spirited and unamerican. it was implemented in a way to create chaos and confusion across the one tcountry and onl inspire those around the globe to do us harm. >> let's talk about the legal challenges right now. we're joined by justice reporter laura jarrett from washington. laura, we did get rulings from federal judges. putting stays on parts of the travel ban so far. there's a lot to do going forward. >> that's right, john. over the weekend, president trump's travel ban, as you said, was met with swift legal opposition. there was confusion about who was even covered. as we know the executive order president trump signed prohibited nearly all foreign nationals traveling from those
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seven muslim majority country. the question was about what green card holders? there was back and forth over the weekend. we heard that in the white house. we finally heard from the homeland security secretary last night that green card holders from the seven banned countries will undergo additional security screenings when they land. absent a serious public threat, they should be admitted to the country. on the lawsuit, you saw a flurry of emergency filings from civil rights groups representing those who are being held at the airports across the country. and the judges in those cases limited relief. it was discreet to stop deportation of legal permanent residents or those with visas that were stuck at the airport. the judges across the country did not rule on the larger constitutional questions. so today we expect to see a more expansive lawsuit filed by
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advocacy group testing the constitutional issues. one argument you may hear from the advocates is that when you take away a liberty or property interest, the government has to give you an opportunity to be heard. you can't just take it away. so experts tell me that the one who s who have the toughest time are the non u.s. citizens overseas. they lack a guaranteed right to come into court. president trump is not backing down. we heard from him late last night that this is not a muslim ban. this is not a religion test. this is about keeping our country safe. >> interesting. the aclu received $24 million in donations just this past weekend. normally they receive $4 million all year. the aclu active if battling this getting a lot of support. laura jarrett, thank you. among the confusion and anger swirling around the
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statements by administration officials. president trump speaking out on the travel ban. trying to calm things down. cnn's athena jones has the latest. >> reporter: john and alison, president trump responding to the criticism of the travel ban imposed has been getting. issuing a statement. we will continue to show compassion to those fleeing oppression. we will do so while protecting our own citizens and voters. he added this is not a muslim ban as the media is falsely reporting. this is not about religion. this is about terror and keeping our country safe. his first priority will always be to protect and serve our country. as president, i will find ways to help all those who are suffering. the white house saying they are extremely proud ofwhatthey accomplished so far. that's from a senior administration official who said it really is a massive success story in terms of implementation on several levels. clearly it is a move that is continuing to come under fire. john.
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athena jones at the white house. we are joined by political reporter eugene scott. eugene, thank you for being here. >> good morning. >> one week into the trump presidency. one of the vedevelopments, you e members of trump's party question some of his policies. that happened with this travel ban. that happened here on cnn when ohio senator rob portman went on with jake tapper and critical of part of. it listen to what senator portman said. >> the extreme vetting proposal that did not get the vetting. as a result, we have seen problems. >> what do you think should be done now? >> i think we should slow down and a discussion of hysterical voices on both sides of this. one, our country is not as safe as it should be. i'm on the homeland security committee. we have not had adequate screening programs. i think we need to tighten
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things up. >> his language is similar from the other republicans who are critical of the ban. they are careful. they are not saying the president should not do anything at all. they don't like the way it is rolled out. >> that is true. most republican lawmakers with more policy shaping experience than donald trump are used to the process. being more collaborative than it has been. as of last night, there were 270 republican lawmakers who had not spoken out at all and had been silent. i think many are paying attention to them considering the controversy the ban attracted. thoughts who have spoken out, as you mentioned, have been critical. >> what is also stunning, people in the trump camp, reince priebus, also don't seem very -- well informed about what this executive order actually means. i want you to listen to how he spoke on "meet the press"
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sunday. >> this order does not impact any green card holders from the receiseven countries? >> yes, of course it does. executive order doesn't effect green card holders moving forward. i would suspect if they have a person traveling back and forth to libya or somalia or yemen, i would believe they would ask a few more questions. >> you put out executive order, it affects how many people? thousands and thousands of people. if you don't know the rules of the game to give out, how do they know how to play? >> they don't. we saw a customs agent at the airport who was questioned by someone he detained. he said go ask the president. the reality is we have seen mass confusion among the administration. that has trickled down to the people who are dealing with people trying to get into the
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united states legally. there is a bit of mixed information. that is why we see the president putting out statements in the middle of the night trying to clarify the confusion. what is happening, no one knows. >> the green card thing is an example. it seems they were banned. then reince priebus said they aren't. now they are. now homeland security says no. it seems to be the final say. if you have a grieen warcard, y will allowed in. you can tell the would you say do you can tell the white house doesn't like this. they are admitting they may move up the president's pick for supreme court nominee to today. we may learn in a few hours who his pick is for supreme court. initially on thursday. they want to change the story. >> what they fail to realize is voters are able to watch
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different stories depending on the interest. we saw this past weekend after the march for life. donald trump and supporters were able to speak clearly to demographic banked on him to name the supreme court nominee. >> the only thing that does is republicans critical of him on the immigration ban will not likely be critical of the supreme court. they will rally around him for that to create party unity. there is disunity now. >> this ban is not going anywhere anytime soon. the conversation about it. >> eugene, thank you. business leaders speaking out against the travel ban. elon musk is taking suggestions on how to amend the executive order. he plans to present them to president trump. details next. watch stains disappear right before your eyes.
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business condemning the travel ban. some of them plan to take the complaints to donald trump. ge ceo broke this note to employees. our priority is our customers and employees. we do business all over the region. these employees and customers are critical to our success and they are our friends and partners. tes tesla's ceo tweeting this. read immigration order. let me know specific amendments. will seek advisory council consensus. musk and immelt are two of the advisors on the advisory council. jamie dimon says he reached out to employees and uber's ceo called the ban unjust. urging the administration to change it.
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d . the son of the national security advisor deleted his twitter account after rufeferri to the refugee ban as a muslim ban. as protests broke out, he tweeted make america great again with the #muslimban. the white house does not like the phrase muslim ban. insisting what happened is not a muslim ban. when the son of michael flynn, when he is tweeting out with a #muslimban, it is counter to the message. >> someone not on the same page. >> he had apparently deleted his account. he had been tweeting conspiracy theories and was fired from the transition. they had problems with him before. officials are reacting to the president trump travel ban. why is the responsibility somewhat tame from the mid east?
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the president's travel ban met with global condemnation. leaders from europe to the middle east describe it as shameful. let's get more from cnn's ianis. are you seeing any effort to see it being explained as to how it will work? >> reporter: alison, let's start here in turkey with a tweet. a jab at the united states from the deputy prime minister. saying refugees welcome in turkey. the world's largest refugee hosting country. we happily welcome global talent not allowed back in the united
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states. we are hearing condemnation from the seven countries with citizens band from the united states. one of the most noticeable things we are not seeing is that other arab countries not part of the ban have yet to comment on it. possibly because they are afraid of attracting donald trump's -- president trump's ire. we have heard from the white house chief of staff reince priebus saying other countries could be added to the ban. we are hearing strong condemnation from the united states allies. from the uk, prime minister theresa may saying that we don't agree with this kind of approach. the mayor of london khan saying this is shameful and cruel. also hearing from german chancellor angela merkel saying she talked to president trump saying the united states has
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breaking overnight. a deadly shooting at a quebec mosque investigated as an act of terror. anger boiling over as questions emerge from the executive order banning travel from seven muslim majority nations. this morning, the president with a new defense of his move and new attacks on his opponents. welcome back to "early start." i'm john berman. >> i'm alison kosik.
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let's start with breaking news in cancanada. a shooting at a mosque in quebec city. authorities in several cities here in the u.s. are stepping up security. let's bring in cnn's brynn gingras. >> we know where they got arrested. one taattacker captured near th mosque and one on the highway several miles away from the mosque. this all shortly after witnesses described two men dressed in all black opening fire on the crowded mosque last night while families there worshipping. we are waiting for more information about the two people in custody. authorities describe this as a coordinated terrorist attack at the quebec islamic culture center. six people were killed. eight others injured in the hospital with critical injuries.
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we know 39 people were able to escape unharmed. something else authorities are looking into is there a link with this incident and a hate crime reported last year when a bloody pig's head left on the door step of the mosque during ramadan. you can imagine con doll donaye condolences coming in. closer to home in new york city, the nypd is instructing the counterterrorism teams to give extra attention to mosques in new york city. we will keep an eye on the investigation. more information. >> sending condolences at the same time keeping a careful eye. thank you, brynn. this morning, confusion after a weekend of chaos and protests and not to mention clarification of the executive order banning travelers from
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seven muslim majority countries. some critics say the ban went too far affecting legal residents of the united states. others say it was implemented without careful planning creating the messy scenes at the airports this weekend. the president wrote, america is a proud nation of iimmigrants. we will continue to show compassion to those flees oppression, but we will do so protecting our border and we will keep it free and safe as the media knows, but refuses to say. we will have more on the president's comments in a moment. already federal judges across the country issued temporary stays blocking parts of the travel ban. the department of homeland security says it will comply with judges orders not to deport travelers detained after they landed. in an administration official calls the rules noting they apply to the one-time situation of travelers in the air when the president signed the order. immigrants overseas will still
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be banned. some of the harshest critics of the ban say it seems to have come out of nowhere and no planning. the white house denies that. a senior administration official says months were spent drafting the order and several of the top immigration staffers on capitol hill participated. others familiar with the matter say the circle involved was small and the agencies most affected had little input and given few details before the president signed the order. demonstrations against the ban expected across the country today. people packed the boston's square chanting no hate and no fair. and in new york, 10,000 people jammed into battery park. people marched from the trump hotel to the white house and back to the capital. and in san francisco, a crowd of
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protesters that one airport official said was 1,500 strong. there were demonstrations in orlando and seattle and chicago. mostly at airports. legal challenges mounting to the seven nation travel ban. house and senate democrats planning to protest tonight outside the u.s. supreme court. in an emotional statement, chuck schumer insisting he will introduce legislation to overturn the order. >> this executive order -- was mean spirited and unamerican. it was implemented in a way to create chaos and confusion across the country and it will only serve to embolden and inspire those around the globe who will do us harm. >> cnn's justice reporter laura
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jarrett joins us from washington. it seems you have lawyers and politicians all lining up to hit the pause button on this. >> reporter: that's right, alison. president trump's travel ban was met with swift legal opposition this weekend. there was also downright confusion about who exactly was going to be covered by the ban. now initially we knew executive order prohibited foreign nationals from the receive unmust unmu seven muslim majority countries. what about green card holders? we know green card holders from those seven countries will go through additional screening when they land in the u.s. absence a public threat, they should be admitted. you saw a flurry of emergency filings from civil rights groups. the rulings from the judges in the cases were across the country and they had different
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degrees of impact. they all essentially blocked the deportation of those legal permanent residents or those with visas held at the airport. the judges did not, though, rule on the larger constitutional questions regarding the order. we expect to see more expansive lawsuit filed and advocacy groups filed today. one you might hear is involving liberty or property interests. the idea is that when the government gives you a right like that, you have to give someone an opportunity to be heard before you take it away. experts tell me the ones who will have the toughest time here challenging the legality of the executive order are the non citizens over sseas. president trump is not backing down. he says it is not about religion or muslim ban. it is about keeping the country
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safe. legal experts tell me he has expansive powers here. >> justice reporter laura jarrett. talk. a lot of smoke. a lot of anger here. the president himself trying to calm things down. cnn's athena jones has the latest from the white house. >> president trump responding to the criticism that travel ban he imposed has been getting. issuing a statement, we will continue to show compassion to those fleeing oppression. we will do so while protecting our citizens and voters. he adds this is not a muslim ban that the media is falsely reporting. this is not about religion, but about keeping our country safe. the first priority is to protect and serve our country. as president, i will find ways to help all those suffering. the white house saying they are extremely proud of what we accomplished so far. that's from a senior administration official who said it really is a massive success story in terms of implementation
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on several levels. clearly it is a move that is continuing to come under fire. john. >> athena jones for us from the white house. i want to bring frin political report reporter eugene scott. a week in the trump administration, being criticized by both parties by the travel ban. i want to read a statement from mccain and graham. those senators say it is clear that the confusion at the airports makes it clear the ban was not properly vetted. ultimately we fear the executive order will become a self inflicted wound in the fight against terrorism. again, criticism including from some in his party. >> certainly. we saw the president push back on mccain and graham on twitter. saying they were not concerned about national security.
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many in the party saying being concerned about security and being concerned with refugees are two separate things. whether or not he takes heed remains to be seen. i think it is worth mentioning in the recent facebook post, he is responding to the questions people were asking about the fact these refugees and not only refugees, but people coming from other countries for any reason are fleeing hostile situations. >> possibly a softening there. it is interesting to see the reaction from people traveling. relatives waiting for people coming from yemen. we have one sound bite from one airport last night. >> they placed him in isolation in small room and treated them as criminals or people who committed a crime. a 6-year-old and a 7-year-old
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treated as a terroristyemen. where is the humanity? >> this kind of travel ban is something that many voters who voted for president trump wanted to see. then you have the major outrage happening from what it seems most of america, at least, and around the world. >> that is because it is so sweeping. a great story on a high school student from syria who wanted to get into m.i.t. this past winter, college acceptance time. he got a letter saying he was admitted into m.i.t. now he fears if he will be able to study. this ban is not keeping out refugees from countries that trump's concerned about. it is affecting people who traditionally would not be be affected by this. >> it is interesting. if you talk about the political
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sporn response, the white house is not happy about how it has gone. the white house may move up the supreme court nominee. it was initially thursday. it may happen today. >> could be deflection. >> it could be deflection. many people who voted for donald trump, even those who have problems, were excited he would replace justice scalia with someone as conservative as scalia. donald trump has been vocal. the person he set his mind on everybody will love. i think he hopes people will for tha focus that love in this direction. this seems like the american people are capable are entertaining multiple ideas at one time. >> it has been a busy week? >> that's all? eugene, thank you. somebody that everybody loves. who better to describe than tom
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brady who is headed to the super bowl. there is another team going as well. they got there. we will focus on the big game ahead. andy scholes with the bleacher report live from houston next.
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the tech industry is forcefully speaking out against the president trump's executive order on travel into the u.s. leaders from these companies condemn the move. apple, google, microsoft and others. apple's ceo tim cook says quote, apple would not exist without immigration, let alone thrive and innovate the way we do. the companies say they are working to help those affected. immigrants have started 51% of
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the billion dollar start ups in the united states. that is according to the national foundation for american policy. a non-partisan think tank. the atlanta falcons wait to see their fate on sunday. waking up in houston. probably with nightmares. >> we have andy scholes with the bleacher report. good morning. >> super bowl is finally here. half of the participants have arrived here in houston. patriots making the rare decision to travel to texas here today as opposed to making the trip on the sunday before the big game. the falcons on the other hand, arriving in houston yesterday afternoon. as you can see, the team all business as they were getting off the plane. no one was out trying to make any fashion statements like cam newton last year. we all remember the pants that cam was rocking when he got off the plane. those did not work out for him
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president trump spent a good part of the weekend working the phones. he talked to saudi king salman. they agreed to safe zones to protect refugees. saudis made no mention of the agreement. then there was the highly anticipated conversation. the one we have heard for weeks. talk with president trump and russian president vladimir putin. i want to bring in clare sebastian. the issue was what was not discussed. >> reporter: absolutely, john. several elephants in the room, you might say, during the c conversatico conversati conversation. sanctions never mentioned from the kremlin or the white house. they were willing to look at restoring trade and economic ties. a hint at the possibility of lifting sanctions. they did not mention anything
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about the alleged russian intt r interference in the u.s. election. neither did the topic of nato troops on the russian border. a sticking point russia and the previous administration. that did not come up at all. however, a positive conversation on both sides. word from the kremlin, a mutual respect whereas in previous years, russia got familiar with the deficit trust. there is lack of details at the moment. they are working on a meeting. that could take place before the g-20 summit in july. we may have to wait a few weeks or months before that happens. >> clare, thank you so much. let's get a check on cnn money stream. investors beginning the week
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cautious. we are seeing dow futures down. stocks in europe are falling. some asian markets were closed information ho overnight for holiday. starbucks ceo responding to the president's travel ban with a commitment to create jobs for refugees. schultz says the company will hire 10,000 refugees over five years. that covers stores in all 75 countries it operates. the proposal will begin with a focus on people who served with u.s. troops as interpreters and support personnel. schultz saying we are living in an unprecedented time. the ceo of airbnb is covering free housing for people who are stranded as a result of the travel ban. the ceo tweeting this, airbnb
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providing free housing for anyone not laallowed in the u.s. the ceo condemning the ban and stands with those affected. he put out a call to those with properties for rent that would like to help. we're also seeing a lot of people on twitter answering his tweet. i'm available to have my place for rent free as well for those in need. >> i heard from wall street insiders who are not concerned with the travel ban per se, but the focus on something other than tax cuts. the rise of the markets in the last few months is because of the tax cuts. they want the white house to focus on that. thanks for joining us. i'm alison kosik. >> i'm john berman. "new day" starts right now. >> announcer: this is cnn breaking news. >> welcome viewers in the united states and around pthe world. this is "new day." 6:00. we start with breaking news. deadly gunfire in the mofsque i
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canada. six people killed in the islamic worship center in quebec city. >> we do know that police have made two arrests. they say the situation is now under control. what do we know about who did this and why? let's get latest from cnn's paula newton live in quebec for us. paula. >> reporter: good morning, chris. the main piece of the investigation the police are looking into this is a coordinated attack. two attackers and weapons. weapons they believe are banned in canada. you said six and eight people. six critically injured in the hospital. those people are fighting for their lives. the mosque here, islamic culture society saying they stunned. they had issues at the mosque behind me in the past. ramadan in june, they had a head
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of a pig left at the steps of the mosque. they not think that was of concern. the community is shocked. as investigators trying to piece this together, they are going through the city conducts raids and searches. they >> all right. thank you very much. bring us all the developments as soon as you get those. to president trump's 7 nation travel ban that triggered nationwide protest and global condemnation not to mention lawsuits and airport chaos. pushing back defending the action and top republicans distance themselves from this executive orders. what is the latest on this. >> very busy good morning allison. the department of homeland security said last night that no one in the initial group of people effected by the ban remain


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