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yet the president defending this number even as the russia investigation hampers his agenda. good morning, everyone. welcome to early start. i'm dave briggs on this made in america week. happy made in america week. >> i'm fired up. i'm christine romans made in america. it's mocnday, july 17. a health scare for a key republican senator. the latest obstacle for republicans trying to pass a new health care bill. and there are new concerns john mccain's absence could be longer than first thought. mitch mcconnell announcing he will postpone a vote because senator mccain is recovering in arizona after having a blood clot removed above his left eye. mccain's absence could jeopardize efforts to repeal and replace obamacare with two republican senators now rand paul and susan collins already declaring their opposition. mcconnell needs all other 50 to pass this measure. >> doctors describe the surgery as minimally invasive, but dr.
sanjay gupta notes that mccain does have a history of invasive melanoma in and around the area. mccain's doctors are waiting for pathology tests to see if more treatment is needed. the health bill facing big political challenges as well. more on that in a moment. and new poll numbers that might rattle any other president but drawing a shrug from the current white house on occupant. president trump reaching a new low in approval ratings just 36% in the latest "washington post" abc news bomu ews poll. that is down six points from his 100 day mark in april. president trump responding with a tweet that accepts the numbers and casts doubt on the poll at the very same time. >> he says the abc news "washington post" poll even though almost 40% is not bad at this time was just about the most inaccurate poll around election time. well, that has a few issues. first, ooirts actually the
lowest approval rating at the six month mark of any president in the last 70 years. so not exactly what you would call not bad. the second is the final estimate from the "washington post" poll was 43% for a trump, 47% for hillary who posted 48.5% on election night, well within the poll's margin of error. also this morning, the secret service rejected a claim by president's lawyer that the agency would have prevented anything questionable from happening that the meeting last june between donald trump jr. and a russian lawyer. secret service says it had no responsibility to check out participants in the meeting because doon junin jr. was not the president was not aware of the meeting and not engaged in it. that got a skeptical response from mark warner. all this came after we learned that yet another person attended
that meeting. russia american lobbyist rinat akhmetshin. we've now learned eight people were at the meeting, a significant jump from the four we were told were originally there when don jr. said that is everything. plenty to get to this morning. joining us eugene scott. good morning. let's talk about this sekulow/secret service issue because that was clearly the point of the administration. the talking point was that this is not a good deal, secret service let these guys in trump tower, so that is it, that is the end of the story. secret service when pressed and asked for a comment said no, he was not under secret service protection. was this a misfire from the administration or what do you make of that response from sekulow? >> i think what we're seeing with the trump attorneys at this point is that unfortunately, they are getting information bit by bit and are having to be the face of the administration and
are having their words put back in front of them and making it look as if they are perhaps being completely dishonest. that could be what is happening. but what also could be what is happening is that they just don't have all of the information just like we didn't have it monday or tuesday or wednesday. and the reality is inn that it'l not out which is why they would like to investigate to find out more. >> as to for as many interviews sekulow did, i want to hear him asked when did the president know about the e-mail from the russians because that is what opened the door to collusion, that's what changed the game here. but that was not asked. but let me ask you about the notion in a trump supporters say we don't care about russia, we don't care about any of this. why should they, why is this an important issue? >> well, because what russia is desiring to do, the influence that they would like to have in the united states and on a global stage should matter to
americans. i think we've seen republican lawmakers say that putin's vision for what the world should be and what is normal in terms of how we respond to human rights issues, to media, to political opponents to business and investment seem to be fundamentally different from what the united states says they value. and the reality is when you partner with certain people, you are at least of a firming some of their world trues a views. >> the president was tweeting angrily about this issue. but i want too ta talk about he care. one of the most recent polls showing that everyone befores obamacare. who likes this new bill, this new senate health care bill? because you look at the aarp doesn't like it, a couple insurance companies came out against -- >> two biggest in the country. >> doctors don't like 00 thit, patient advocates don't like it.
who likes it? >> mitch mcconnell likes it. >> mike pence likes it. >> what is clear that they don't like obamacare and the challenge is that more americans like obamacare. so i think what has been interesting and the optics and timing of this vote being delayed because of a senator's health care and being able to have health care to deal with some of his health issues i think just highlights how many millions of people that opponents say would not be in the same situation or have the same opportunity that joon john john mccain is finding himself having. so i think all of that is very fascinating. >> and we do wish senator mccain a quick can recovck recovery. he's a workhorse in the senate and i hope he's resting comfortably if you're watching. good morning, sir. >> but as for on this bill, republicans knew that they would get opposition from democrats. that is not the issue right now. the prime issue is coming from within the house, from within their own party. so listen to this characterization of the medicaid
cuts or slow of the growth rate from the vice president mike pence and republican senator susan collins. very different takes. >> let me be clear. president trump and i believe the senate health care bill strengthens and skuecures medicd for the neediest in our society. and this bill about puts this vital american program on a path to long term sustainability. >> this bill would make sweeping and deep cuts in the medicaid program which has been a safety net program on the books for more than 50 years. ensuring that some of our most vulnerable citizens, our disabled children, our low income seniors can receive the health care that a they need. >> a so sgl so the vice president says it strengthens and secures medication, collins saying deep
cuts. how big an issue is that for republicans? >> massive when you consider some of the demographics that will be affected by any significant cuts to this bill. i mean, we're talking about elderly people, people in rural communities, obviously talking about children. pence got quite a bit of push back for saying this would have no on impact on medicaid or at least the cuts and we've had reports ranging from 14 million to 15 million to as many as 20 2 2 million. >> and they fry to dry to deemp cb about o numbers and using them when they support their own point. so that becomes a bit of a problem. i kept hearing so many talking about innovation, that it will spark innovation. if you put these blook grack gr into change the funding to the states, it will park innovation. the governors say we'll get less money and then suddenly innovate? >> republican governors almost standing in opposition.
>> let's talk about this refocused agenda this week. this is made in america week. which some would call it do as i say not as i do week from the family of donald trump and his business empire. because his ties are made overseas. ivanka trump right now her products as she has distanced herself from her company, but the ivanka trump label is made in overseas and even in china, there were labor be rightsed a vow indicates who were detained in dhooi china. >> i think it will bring attention into how he will find himself russia and health care and his jobs approach in terms of who his companies hire and what they make, where they make it, and who is affected by it. i think what is really interesting about all of this though is this concern with the trump family and how they handle their products isn't a new one.
we were talking about this in june 2016. and so why he hasn't made significant changes is just isn't clear. >> if you're a late night comedian, the material is easy. you just have a big table of trump and ivanka trump goods to open your show tonight. won't be surprised if that happens. gene scott, thank you. american factories right now are still humming. and that is because of market forces here. not really any specific policy, but growing economy and what is happening in the currency markets. the u.s. dollar hit a 13 year high right after the election. and then has fallen since then as excitement for trump's economiced a skr agenda cools. the dollar do you knwn about 6%. a weaker dollar makes u.s. goods more attractive too foreign buyers. the trump administration will be making decisions on important
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investigation hampers his agenda. welcome back this monday morning to "early start." >> happy made in america week, everybody. 30 past the hour. we start with this country's health scare for a republican senator, latest obstacle for republicans trying to pass a health care bill. there are new concerns john mccain's absence could be longer than first thought. mitch mcconnell announcing he will postpone a vote because senator mccain is recovering in arizona after having a blood clot above his left eye. with two republican senators already declaring their opposition, mcconnell needs every other gop vote, all 50, to pass the measure. >> doctors describe the surgery on senator mccain as minute ma'amly imali
invasive, but dr. sanjay gupta says he has a history of melanoma in and around that area. they are waiting for pathology tests. the health bill facing political obstacles as well. more on that in a moment. president trump reaching a new low in approval ratings, just 36% in a latest abc washington news poll. that is down six points from his the same poll in april. president trump apparently wants to have it both ways, accepting and casting doubt. >> he says the poll even though almost 40% is not bad at this time was just about the most inaccurate poll around election time. let's unpack that if we could. first, it is actually the lowest approval rating at the six month mark of any president in 70 years. so not exactly not bad. second the final estimate from the "washington post" poll was 43% for trump and 47% for hillary clinton who posted 48.5% on election night.
you can see the numbers there. that is well within the poll's margin of error. >> president trump's personal lawyer claims the secret service would have prevented anything questionable at that meeting last june between donald trump jr. and the russian lawyer. that claim now getting some big pushback from the secret service. it says it had no responsibility to check participants in the meeting. why? well, because don jr. was not under secret service protection at the time. just the candidate was. >> and sekulow also on cnn "state of the union" where he reiterated that the president was not aware of the meeting and not engaged in it. that assertion got a skeptical response from mark warner. all this after we learned yet another person attended that meeting, russian american lobbyist beingakhmetshirinat ak. we've now learned eight people were in that meeting, a significant jump from what we've been told originally.
>> and it went from four to five to six to now eight. much to discuss this morning with eugene scott. good morning, sir. let's work backwards. this is a huge week for health care as mitch mcconnell said it was deferred, not delayed. but how you characterize cuts of medicaid or slowing of the growth rate, listen to what mike pence and susan collins said sunday. >> let me be clear. president trump and i believe the senate health care bill strengthens and secures medicaid for the neediest in our society. and this bill puts this vital american program on a path to long term sustainability. >> this bill would make sweeping and deep cuts in the medicaid
program which has been a safety net program on the books for more than 50 years ensuring that some of our most vulnerable citizen, our disabled children, our low income seniors, receive the health care that they need. >> massively different characterization of what happens to medicaid. what does that mean for those on the fence like dean he willer, portman, and why is the vice president making the case for the bill and the president is no where to be seen on it with the exception of a few tweets? >> well, i mean, the vice president is someone who has been deeply involved in the conversation about medicaid before the president actually got this to politics. so this was something he was paying attention to as governor. what is interesting is that we haven't heard him or people from the trump administration now clearly articulate how this actually will strengthen
medicaid for poorer people, for kids, for the elderly for people in rural communities. what has been said most often from their opponents at least is that it could hurt millions and tens of millions of people from that. >> the argument being is that it is unsustainable in its current form, but it's only mike pence out there making that case. >> you deep hearing innovation which is the buzz word. if we don't -- if we cut medicaid or we slow the growth of medicaid and we put the onus on the states, that will spark innovation and that is something that the governors didn't buy it, they really didn't buy it, that you will give us less money for the most important thing we do and we'll innovate somehow? >> and their whole argument is that it will be difficult to innovate with fewer resources. we already are straped and stressed in trying to provide health care for some of our most vulnerable residents already. >> and it's those governors that they were hoping would give them
some cover and it did not because brian sandoval of nevada said he's not for it. other republican governors don't like it because it doesn't go far enough. so the same problem as in the senate. let's talk about russia and the oval office, how they thought they might attempt to defend that meeting. jay sekulow the president's lawyer out there on sunday talking about if there was anything nefarious, the secret service would have caught it. listen. >> i wonder why the secret service if this was neff far yus, why did the secret service allow the people in. that raised a question can with me. donald trump jr. said things should have been done differently, but that is not a violation of the law, it's nor process. >> and the secret service made clear the candidate was the only one under protection. but even if that was your
defense, will that help you win this argument? >> certainly not. i mean the reality is that there are is so little information relatively speaking that is made public about what actually was talked about at length in this meeting. i mean, we have the e-mails and we know what both parties have are said. but that is why are people in the senate and congress want to do an investigation just to hear the full extent of it.you can s been forthcoming, but almost da daily more information has come out, so it makes people have more questions. and that is why we have seen these polls is u s suggest that really have concerned about the relationship between with the campaign and russia. >> at the very least, it's sloppy. but it shows sort of the russian intelligence operation, how they were -- and there was an interesting thing i read in the "washington post" from a former cia officer that said everything we know about the meeting from who was involved to how it was
set up to how it unfolded is in line with what intelligence analysts would sxigtth expect an oversure this a russian operation to look like and the campaign's willingness to take the meeting is failing to report to u.s. authorities may have been the green light russia was looking for a to launch a aggressive phase of intervention in the u.s. election. so collusion aside, or the accusations aside, phase of int u.s. election. so collusion aside, or the accusations aside, phase of intn in the u.s. election. so collusion aside, or the accusations aside,phase of inte in the u.s. election. so collusion aside, or the accusations aside, it shows russia's attentions. >> and the president keeps harping on my son trump jr. what is important, it wasn't just trump jr. in that meeting. at the paul manafort, the campaign manager and jared kushner who is now a white house adviser and from what we've seen, it could have been more that be eight people. more information still it coming out. >> the focus really on this, akhmetshrinat akhmetshin. read about this guy over the weekend. master of the dark arts some
call him. very interesting -- >> absolutely. and we should mention this is made in america week. >> for some companies. not some in trump companies. because what we have seen, many of their products are not made in america. >> made in america week, the theme in washington. thank you so much, eugene scott. skok mtock market is at rec highs. the s&p 500, dow look at that, both hitting fresh record highs on friday. even as turmoil in washington swirls around the trump economic agen agenda, corporate profits are keeping the bulls running. stock markets reflect what is happening to companies and companies are making a bhoet load of money. we'll hear from netflix, gold
pl man sax, microsoft. investors are banking on a fed that is more cautious about future rate hikes because of low inflation and slow consumer spending. so that is all good for stock prices. consumer spending makes up the majority of economic growth. americans do seem to be cutting back a little bit. retail spending dropped in june for the second month in a row and consumer confidence fell to its lowest since the election. weaker spending is an obstacle to the president's plan for economic growth. the administration promises its policies like tax reform and spending cuts will launch the economy to 3% economic growth. a lot of number crunchers think that is overly optimistic. >> and president trump tweeting that people at his golf course were happy the stock market was up 17%. >> if you have money in the stock market, this has been a phenomenal time. ahead, the vote was
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her people met with ukranians. they met in the ukranian embassy, they got opposition research. what is the truth behind that? our investigative team has been looking into it and today we will separate the fact from fiction of those claims about ukraine. so all of that when john berman and i see you at the top of the hour. >> we look forward to that. thanks. an american researcher convicted of spying and now sentenced to ten years in prison in iran. princeton identifying him as his tow grad student xiyue wang.university saying he was arrested in iran last summer while doing research in connection with his dissertation. farce news agency saying wang was accused of gathering information and that the ruling can be appealed. iran has a history of arresting foreign nationals and holding closed doors trials.
the state department says it's aware of the case but would not go in to specifics. big symbolic rejection of maduro oig by voters in venezuela. 98% of the more than 7 million people who cast their ballots sided with the opposition on president nicolas maduro's plans to form a constitutional assembly without a vote by the people. the vote was organized by the opposition and had no binding result, but was aimed at weakening maduro's legitimacy. opponents see it as a pow fer grab. south korea making a rare proposal for military talks with north korea. the move coming after weeks of heightened tensions amid a series of north korean missile tests. the most recent test was a successful intercontinental ballistic missile launch. the north has yet to respond to the request. 48 past the hour.
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by someone with an ar-15 rifle. one person still missing after a family was swept away by flash be flooding at a swimming hole in central arizona. police saying nine people died when the flood waters swept 14 members of the family downstream. among the dead, six children between the ages 2 and 13. a man is also missing. heavy rains triggered the flash floods. the 13th dr. who will be a woman for the first time. actress jody whitaker probably best known for the britt additionbritish crime drama blood church. she's expected to appear in the dr. who christmas special before that. actor martin landau has died after unexpected complications following a short hospitalization at ronald reagan ucla medical center. landau probably best known for
his role in ed wood and for playing a master of disguise in the original 1960s mission impossible tv series. landau was 89. let's get a check on cnn money stream this monday morning. global stock markets are mixed after china's economic growth beat expectations and wall street hit fresh record highs. the s&p 500 and dow on friday closing the week at records. corporate profits are keeping the bulls running. companies are making a lot of money and that is driving the stock market. we'll hear from more companies this week including netflix, goldman sachs, microsoft, and hopes are high here last season's profit growth was the best in years. visa is offering restaurants $10,000. the catch? they have to stop accepting cash. it's called the visa cashless challenge. visa wants to convince small businesses to stop accepting cash forcing customers to on pay with credit cards. the incentive is clear here.
credit card companies charge processing fees and experts say the fees can cut into the har are begi margins of small businesses. so small businesses try to encourage cash. visa wants to give you ten grand to just use plastic. is artificial intelligence the biggest threat to humanity? elon musk thinks so. he says ai could threaten all i'm jobs and spark a war. he's vocal about his concerns and he wants to makeed safely. he suggests creating a regulatory body to oversee its progress, telling that to a group of those governors this weekend. >> it is a little frightening. >> take over all human jobs? a robot couldn't do your job. no artificial intelligence could be as intelligent as david briggs. >> it's only a matter of time, my friend. >> thanks for join ing on made n
america week. >> yes, enjoy that. president trump record low approval ratings, but he's going full steam ahead into made in america week. will health care and russia troubles slow him down? "new day" starts right now. we'll see you tomorrow. very difficult for members, approval rating at 36%. >> everybody says would have, should have, could have. i don't think that is fair to donald trump jr. >> hold them accountable. >> this is about as clear evidence you could find to collude with russians. senator john mccain's health scare delaying the health care vote. >> we believe the health care bill strengthens and secures medicaid. >> this would impose fundamental sweep changes. >>