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last year apple's annual sales fell for the first time in 60 years. >> want to hear more about that. what about the car? that's what everyone charging their iphone. answer my questio xxx. >> big question, how will the president's america first message be received by the u.n.'s world first mission? >> politics not necessarily
television that took center stage. surprise cameo by sean spicer. welcome to "early start." >> i'm in the sure what sean spicer was doing. here's the head line. the show must go on. we'll get to that conversation in a moment. first, president trump heading to the united nations on the eve of his highly anticipated address. a lot on the line for the president. frequent critic of the u.n. last december, president tweeted ate' just a club for people to get together, talk and have a good time. so sad. >> he's also complained about the marble tile. he doesn't like those. today, the president has meetings scheduled with french president and israeli prime minister before hosting a working dinner with latin
america p american leaders. with everything going on the president still finding time to tweet. the tweeter in chief in force this weekend. this is what he tweeted on sunday, he retweeted a video that appeared to show him knocking over hillary clinton with a golf ball in o. in another tweet calling kim jong-un rocket man. >>reporter: good morning. this is a huge week for president trump. he's taking his first turn on the most high profile stage in the world. 193 nations taking part. those world leaders are eager to take the measure of trump and also eager to hear what kind of measure he has when speaking. as a candidate we heard him talk about what he called the utter weakness and incompetency of the
united nations. he said the u.n. was not a friend to democracy or freedom or even to the united states. it's not clear how much he's going to be tempering that criticism when he speaks on tuesday. we did get a little bit of a preview of what he's going to say from his national security adviser h.r. mcmaster speaking on "fox news" sunday. >> he thinks the soo speech is a tremendous opportunity to reach world leaders at the same time. first is to protect the american people, the second is to moat american prosperity, and the second really to help promote accountability and sovereignty. >> so there you heard general mcmaster say this speech is a tremendous opportunity for the president to address so many world leaders, also a chance for world leader to hear from the president how he's going to promote this america first agenda that we've heard him talk so much about. how he's going to promote that
at a meeting of a global organization that is aimed at solving global challenges together. one key meeting he's having late in the week is a unwill of on thursday with the leaders of south korea and japan. the key topic there will of course will north korea and its nuclear provocations. christine? dave? >> no doubt about that. athena jones, thank you. let's bring in washington post staff writer eugene scott good morning to you. >> nice to see you. >> so 193 nations together, the president needs to look strong and in control. the huge speech on tuesday night. before that, he's a twitter patr troll. the one tweet raising eyebrows showing a golf ball headed towards hillary clinton appearing to lump her over. then labelling kim jong-un who has nuclear weapons who wants to erase countries around the
world, including this one, labelling him rocket man. what does that do not president's image around the world ahead of this u.n. general assembly? >> i think it just reinforces the idea that this president is unpredictable and it's not clear what he's going to be prioritizing this week. will it be appealing to the base? the people who like it president to continues petty disagreements with the person he already beat in the last election, or is he going to move toward addressing very real issues that are -- just 0 just don't impact america but the world as a whole. i think maybe like more than ten, maybe as many as 10 or 15 -- retweets. but we didn't get a clear idea in terms what the president is going to be prioritizing this week. that would have been very interesting to those who voted for him who are interested in his global affairs. >> many of his supportser need to step up. quite frankly people tell me
come on get over it. this is why we like the president. it's just a joke. come on. don't be a snowflake. right? but he's not talking to his base. he's not talking to those americans who love this. he's talking to people with whom he has to work to try to rein in north korea, to try to deal with russia and syria. this is not presidential. >> yeah. i mean i think it's really important to realize just how high the disapproval ratings are for the president's social media use and how high disapproval ratings are for him as a whole. i think this would be an opportunity to try to change that with people who aren't already on the trump train. to some degree i wonder if there was a desire to appeal to the base after last week when the president was criticized by so many people in the more conservative wings for moves forward with agreements with the democrats. i wonder if he wanted them to
know he was still with them and maybe that means retweeting kind of petty tweets. >> nikki haley said the speech u.s., the people in the u.s. will be stronger. she was asked about the fire and furry comments. >> was the president's fire and fury remark an empty threat? >> it was not an empty threat. what we were doing was being responsible. the where north korea is being irresponsible and reckless, we were being responsible. the we've pretty much exhausted all the things that we could do at the security council at this point. now, i said yesterday i'm perfectly happy kick this over to general mattis because he has plenty of military options. >> how effective has that fire and fury remark then and do you expect that same type of language tuesday night? >> reporter: well it doesn't seem like it's been that
effecti effective. we've seen the nuclear tests increase a move forward. what i think we need to pay allot of attention to is this meeting coming later between the president and leaders of japan and south korea. these are people to watch. i know there are many people who voted to are donald trump just really want him to remain a strong man and give people abroad and internationally who disrespect and threaten the united states the negative attention and response they deserve but these types of actions impact our allies. the reality is if we do move forward were fire and fury in north korea, they're not just civilians who will be harmed and killed in north korea. they will be harmed in south korea as well. >> last night, sean spicer back at the podium. did you watch it? did you see it. >> yes. >> what's your wick reaction?
>> one thing that was i think most interesting is the number of people on twitter talking about what we see now as the normalization of sean spicer. it seems entertaining at this moment but we have to remember when he was behind that podium he told a record number of lies that misled the american people on very important things. i don't know that everybody's ready to laugh yet. >> yeah. it was a very much an ongoing debate about that. the and behind the scenes was interesting because you saw photos on twitter, all the celebrities running up and taking selfies and drinking beer with him. i think this he did -- >> we want to talk about why facebook turning over those ads to special prosecutor robert mueller is such a big deal. two executives are out in the wake of that huge security fail. equifax's chief information officer and security officer are
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update. what do we know? >> we know hurricane watch is issued for puerto rico. potentially as a major hurricane. we think this storm has everything it takes to rapidly intensify. like we saw what happened with irma. the it will push through do minu there's irma's strack. here comes maria pushing over puerto rico. can potentially move over turks and caicos. very similar in that sense of impacting the islands but notice the models want to push this to the north. skirting it off shore. the american has been wavering back and forth and typically behind what the european has
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police still searching for other possible suspects. incident left 30 people injured. on sunday the british lowered the national threat level from critical to severe. let's go live to london with neen that del santos. >>reporter: good morning. well, it does seem to indicate that at least when it comes to the immediate danger they feel they ma managed to contain this. but keeping an open mind about other suspects. they made two arrests over the course of the weekend, two males, one 18 who was apprehended in the port of dover which is a major gateway to head out toward continental europe. also a 21-year-old man arrested close to heath roe airport in the west of london. police not speculating on the identity.
it is believed they are known. we don't know whether or not they were known to security forces before this attack took place. that will be a question the people will certainly have for people here at new scotland yard. what we do know is the connection they seem to have both spent time in the care of an elderly foster couple known nor having harbored many hundreds of children, particularly refugees from war-torn parts of the world. the property is still being searched for a third day. another property also to the west of london in it stanwell continues to be searched at this hour. >> thank you. all right. ahead, after rough season opener, tom brady and the super bowl champs back big time. ke) an almost everything so we know how to cover almost anything. even a swing set standoff.
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he thinking the speech is a tremendous opportunity to reach so many world leaders at the same time. >> i personally think he slaps the right people, hugs the right people and cups out strong. >> prepares to make his debut at the united nations general assembly. the big question will his america first message be received by the u.n. world first
mission? >> politics took center stage at last night aelgs em m i awards in a surprise cameo by spicy left the hollywood audience stunned. were they laughing at him? is with him? twitter was very much divided on sean spicer's appearance last night. it was funny though. >> and the winner is, politics. >> welcome back to "early start." >> let's begin with president trump heading to u.n. on the eve of his first address to the general assembly. there's a lot on the line for this president who has been a frequent critic of the united nations. last deez he tweeted the united nations had such great potential but right now just a club for people to get together, talk and have a good time. so sad. >> today the president has meetings skelt scheduled with the french president and israel prime minister.
all these going on, the president finding an awful lot of time to tweet. on sunday morning, he retweeted this video and appeared to show him knocking over hillary clinton with a golf ball. in another tweet, he took aim at kim jong-un giving him a cute little nickname. get more from cnn's athena jones. >> reporter: good morning. this is a huge week for president trump. the he's taking his first turn on the most high protile stage in the world. talking about 193 member nations taking part of the assembly. those world leaders are eager to take the measure of trump. also eager to hear what kind of message he delivers when he speaks before the general assembly on tuesday. especially giving the fact that trump has been such a critic of the united nations. he heard him talk about the utter weakness and competency of the united nations. he said the u.n. was not a friend to democracy, no the a friend to freedom and not a
friend even to the united states. it's not clear how much he's gok to be tempering that criticism when he speaks on tuesday. we did get a preview from his national security adviser a. >> he thinkshe speech is a tremendous opportunity to reach so many world leaders and emphasize three themes, first to protect the american peopling, second is to to to promote american prosperity and help promote accountability and sovereignty. >> so there you heard general mcmaster this is a trem men does opportunity. it's also a chance for world leaders to hear from the president about how he's going to promote this america first agenda that we've heard him talk so much about. how he's going to promote that the a meeting of a global organization that is aimed at solving global challengesing together. one key meeting he's having late
in the week is a lunch on thursday with the leaders of south korea and japan. the key topic there will be nork and its nuclear provocations. >> thank you. let's bring in washington post staff writer euneen scott, friend of our show. yeek went guest and early bird. good morning. >> good morning. how are you? >> so the president wakes up in trump tower at home this morning getting ready for a big important week. he'll be projecting strength to the rest of the world for the u.s., and ill separating u.s. policies, but this weekend, he was the same old twitter sel self-self. he retweeted that looked like he was hitting a golf ball and knocking hillary clinton down. that, okay. #crooked hillary. >> asked how rocket man was
doing. long gas lines forming in -- his supporters say this is what we love about him. he's projecting america's priorities to the rest of the world. what does this look like? >> i think the president has to remember he's not just the leader for his base but the leader for the entire country, and soto our point he's appendi etted to be a world leader. personally if i were the president i would not retweet something reminding people of how much i golf. this would be an opportunity to talk to people will what he's going to do to keep americans safe as mcmaster mentioned. this north korea situation is a serious concern not just to americans but to our allies in asia and including south korea and japan, who really want to know what the president and the american government's plan to keep these nuclear tests from
continuing will be. >> wake up to headlines like this one. twit for brains. i'm sure he'll love that one. but it's a pivotal speech. developments in the russian investigation. here's what they are. first, facebook handed russian linked adds over to bob mueller. trump lawyers are clashing how much to cooperate with bob mueller. so heated discussion about that, and lastly, michael cohen, trump's personal attorney will appear before the senate intel panel on tuesday volunteering to talk to them on tuesday. let's talk about that facebook development. why does it matter so much? congress couldn't get these facebook ads. >> congress 0 could not get the ads because the law does not allow, facebook to turn them over without a search warrant but mueller had one. and one of the things they want to know is who exactly was
behind these ads and what were they hoping to accomplish. just to perspective, there were at least 3,000 ads over a two-year period from what is believed to be a kremlin troll farm. >> facebook is under intensifying scrutiny and criticism for not revealing more. i know their first amendment rules and privacy rules but we don't know what some of those addi ads looked like. or what the accounts pretended to be. we don't know how many american voters saw them and exactly where. we're talking about preventing this from happening again. it's a very opaque situation still, isn't it? >> absolutely. that's what the investigation is trying to get behind. if i think that's a very important point. this is about 2016, perhaps obviously, but people are focused moving forward on 2018
and 2020. the there's been continuing concern by people on both sides of the aisle that if russia did interfere to the degree they believe they did so far this is not something not going to stop. >> finally, the emmys, politics on center stage. sean spicer making his return. the let's show you what happened. >> unfortunately, at this point, we have no way of knowing how big our audience is. is there anyone who kwo say how big the audience is? h shaun, do you know? [ applause ] >> this will be the largest audience to witness an emmys period. both in person and around the
world. >> wow. that really sooths my fragile ego. i can understand why you'd want one of these guys around. melissa mccarthy, everybody. give it up. >> well shaun liked that last melissa mccarthy jab there, but what was the reaction on line? most of the reaction i shaw was concerned about the normalization of thank you spicer. he has an emmy appearance, getting selfies with actors in the back. also did the late night circuit and people were wondering what will the trump administration do differently in terms of getting honesty to the public. >> thank you. talk to you soon. >> let us no he what you think. ahead, just as the caribbean was beginning to recover from hurricane irma, another dangerous storm headed directly for the islands. hurricane maria is now
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time tomorrow. potentially 4 by thursday. the right turn to bring it up to the eastern see board. the models on this begin that shift sometime mid to late week where we think this will begin pushing up towards the north. at that point. five to six days out. a lot to be changing. jose sits there off shore. it has sat there for so many days churning up the waters. storm surge threat as it approaches coastal massachusetts sometime late this week could be an issue. i think it will be meandering just offshore. then pushing back down. producing heavy rainfall. follow this into this weekend. >> all right. thanks for that. two arrests over the weekend in connection with the parsons green subway attack in london. police still searching for other possible suspects. friday's terrorist incident leaving 30 people injured. on sunday, the british low ared
their national threat level from critical to severe. live to london nina santos. lowering the threat level, is that a suggestion they don't think other attacks are imminent? >> reporter: well it means that no other attacks are imminent but the fact that the situation is still severe means an attack could still take place. not just the british capital but elsewhere in the uk. it isn't a sign authorities are giving everybody the all clear but it is a sign they have managed to narrow the net down to the point where they're confident they have individuals apprehended who played a big role in this particular plot. as you pointed out before, they made two arrests over the course of the weekend, an 18-year-old man in h the port of dover and also a 21-year-old man arrested
within an area close to heathrow airport. and there's been a lot of speculation in the british press about the identity of these individuals. that as yet hasn't been confirmed by new scotland yard. what we do know is according to various media reports is that they may well have connected about i a fosterer home and that they both spent time in, about 12 miles to the west of parsons green. that's a property that still remains under police lockdown for a third day in a row and indeed a second property also searched just yards away from heathrow airport, the southern perimeter. that was searched yesterday. so this is a fast paced investigation. the authorities are probably quite confident now that they can down grade the security threat level they have. the people they might need within their sights because these two individuals are being
questioned. that means that authorities have up to two weeks, so extra time to glean more information from them before they have to press charges. >> all right. thank you so much for that. in st. louis, a third night of protests over the acquittal of a former police officer charged with 2011 killing of a 24-year-old black man. plea police saying they made multiple arrested. the protest started friday after a judge found jason stockily not guilty of shooting anthony lamar smith after a drug-related car chase. >> time for a look at what's coming up an "new day." >> good morning guys, happy monday. great to see you. we have so much show this morning i don't even really know where to begin because obviously we'll be previewing the u.n. general assembly and what will happen when president trump meets with scores of global leaders and brings his america first message to them.
we also have some new reporting on north korea, and what they're up to. we have tony blair with us, to give us his take on everything that has happened in london, the terrorist attack as well as what's going to be happening at the united nations this weekend, then the all star cast of analysts to bring us all of their thoughts and the cherry on top, john berman will be here. >> very -- >> why didn't i start there. >> all you had to did is ajohn berman. >> three storms brew in the atlantic the u.s. seeing signs they have hurt the u.s. economy. . healthy energy, all in one. strong muscles, all in one. highly digestible, and a taste he loves, all in one. purina one smartblend is expertly blended... with 100% nutrition,
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politics taking center stage at last night's emmy awards. host stephen colbert getting laughs at the expense of the president by poking fun at his obsession with winning. >> even during the campaign he would not let it go. this exchange actually happened in the debate. >> there was even a time when he didn't get an emmy for his tv program three years in a row. he started tweeting the emmys were rigged. >> i should have gotten it. >> but he didn't because unlike the presidency, emmys go to the winner of the popular vote. . >> suppose i should say at long last, mr. president, here is your emmy. >> alec baldwin jabbing at trump. the awards show also pulling off a major surprise. you see there with the cameo
from sean spicer stunning the audience. >> unfortunately, at this point, we have no way of knowing how big our audience is. is there anyone who could say how big the audience is it is? h shaun, do you know? [ applause ] >> this will be the largest audience to witness an emmy, period. both in person and around the world. >> wow. that really sooths my fragile ego. i can understand why you'd want one of these guys around. melissa mccarthy, everybody, give it up. >> is it too soon? >> unexpected a jab i think. perhaps too soon. that's what hollywood people thought. other big winners include the
hand maid's tale and and sixth emmy for veep. >> lena waithes also. for cowriting the thanksgiving episode of master of none. really, really funny stuff. >> hulu a big winner. they really stole the show. >> all right. secretary of state rex tillerson say the white house is deciding whether to close the u.s. embassy in havana. the attacks began in h november of 2016 and continued through august of this year. some of the victims suffered mild traumatic brain injuries, permanent hearing loss, loss of balance and brain swelling. a canadian diplomat is among the victims as well as. u.s. is not blaming the cuban government. they have been cooperating with
the fbi. let's get a check on cnn money stream. you know what? stock market, strong week on wall street. 2.2% record highs there. strongest week in nine months. the s & p 500 record highs there. closing above 2500 nor the first time. if they hold. record highs today. the federal reserve meets this week. some possible topics for janet yellen and company, new economic projections, how they plan to wind down the balance sheet. fed held rates steady and economists do not expect them to raise rates this time either. it's one of the first times the recent hurricanes have hurt the u.s. economy in the short run. they fell 0.9% in august, biggest drop in eight years. factories slowed because of
storm damage from harvey, especially refiners and chemical companies. the gulf coast hosts many of these. we've already seen signs of job loss, weekly wage earners filing for benefits. longer term, you will see a surge of skilled labor that will be needed in both florida and texas. two of apples three new iphones go on sale. they feature wireless charging, new cameras, but customers have to wait until november for the x. last year apple's annual sales fell for the first time in 16 years. thanks for joining us. >> i'm dave briggs, "new day" starts right now. see you tomorrow.