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more to come. new details on the feud between president trump and a leading senator from his own party. white house officials telling cnn, the president could have more instore for senator bob corker. white house doubling down on vice president pence's walkout from a football game. >> and at least ten dead after wildfires roar across california. mandatory evacuations and curfews in effect as firefighters struggle to contain the flames. >> it is tuesday, october 10.
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evacuations are under way. we begin this morning with new details on the president's escalating feud with a leading member of his own party. republican senator bob corker, the powerful chairman of the foreign relations committee, steve bannon now calling on corker to step down immediately. >> mcconnell and corker and the entire clique establish. globalist clique on capitol hill have to go. if we need any more proof about what they think you heard it tonight. if bob corker has any honor, any decency, he should resign immediately. >> sources tell cnn the president angry that he stuck his neck out for establishment republican senator luther strange of alabama and is losing special election against roy
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moor. >> senator majority leader mitch mcconnell but still getting flack from corker anyway. flack like this. >> i -- i do worry that it's -- sometimes i feel like he's on a reality show of some kind. you got to realize that we could be heading towards world war iii with the kind of comments he's making. >> that's is that right corker in that interview that made so much news. sources also tell cnn the president is lashing out at corker in part over frustration that his legislative agenda is stalled in congress. even though the president needs senators like corker to get that agenda passed. one gop source in touch with the white house tells cnn corker has more allies in the senate than
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the president and the feud is a bad idea for president trump. more on that in cnn's sara murray. >> good morning. white house officials say trump is not yet done with corker. that's not necessarily good news for everyone here. this is after trump spent the weekend going after him. saying the only reason he decided not to run for reelection is because trump wouldn't endorse him. now corker's staff has taken issue with that characterization disputing it, insisting the president said if corker would reconsider and run again that trum would back the senator. some are concerned he could be alienating a key ally. >> president trump using the controversy around vice president president's walkout of the nfl game, using that very incident to raise money. this as critics charge that the
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walkout was in reality a staged stunt paid for buy taxpayer dolla dollars. the president slammed members of the an francisco 49ers writing your vice president refused to dignify the disrespect. >> president also praising one nfl team owner a tweet. a big absolute to jerry jones who will bench players who disrespect our flag. stand for anthem or sit for the game. one source telling cnn that some in the white house believe that issue plays well for the president. >>reporter: good morning, dave and christine, it afears the vice president made the trip on air force two knowing he'd walk out before the main event. it comes as government watch dogs are investigating several trum cabinet officials for their use of private jets and military
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planes. the vice president left the game in his home state when players from the 49ers took a knee during the national anthem. sunday started with pence tweeting that he was looking forward to cheering on the colts. once at the stadium, his aides told orders that pence may depart the game early and they should stay in their vehicles. after around 30 minutes in the stadium pence tweeted he left the game because @potus and i will not -- later the president tweeted he and pence discussed walking out beforehand. i asked @vp pence to leave stadium if any players kneeled dice respecting our country. i'm proud of him and second lady karen. the walkout is drawing sharp criticism calling it an expensive political stunt.
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it cost $30,000 per hour to fly air force two. he then flew to indenan app lis. the cost, nearly a quarter million dollars. it does not include the cost of advance personnel, secret service and support on the ground. we do say pence's office says if it wasn't for the game he would have flown back to washington, d.c. and that would have been a greater cost. >> thank you, so if can weren't for the game he would have wasted more taxpayer money. the white house standing by its hard line demands for any deal to protect the undocumented immigrants known as dreamers. democratic leaders calling president trump's wish list a non-starter. one aide saying the decision to release it on a sunday night before columbus day looked like an effort to bury it. the republican adviser to the
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president says quote, democrats have to compromise to get their goals or why bother. >> house democratic leader nancy pelosi suggests her side of the aisle might with hold spending bills. that needs to happen by march or they will lose protections allowing them to work and stay in the country legally. we get more from cnn's phil mattingly on capitol hill. >> reporter: here's the reality that. is a complete non-starter with democrats. in the u.s. senate nothing will happen on daca without at least eight democrats. where does is that leave things rite now? >> as i noted democrats saying this won't be part of any deal. republicans say this is kind of a starting point of a negotiation that will continue over the next couple months. but the drawback here i think both sides will acknowledge is any clear path forward they hope to have in kind of a near term fashion for an issue that is
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very, very personal to so many people, well that has certainly gone up in smoke. and the clear path forward they hope to get to by november or december, well that at least at this point doesn't exist. >> thanks. epa administrator scott pruitt set to sign an order repealing clean power rules. making the case that the obama era rule amounts to overreach. he has also not decide fd the agency will create new regulations for greenhouse gases. >> it requires states to meet carbon emission reductions and awards states for the programs ahead of schedule. under the obama administration it could provide premature deaths and 150,000 asthma
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attacks in children. earlier this year, epa pruitt insists the plan kills jobs and is beyond the scope of the agency's authority. >> with all this the president remained largely out of view on monday except for a round of golf. the white house says they discussed immigration, tax reform, health care and government funding. south carolina republican later tweeting really enjoyed a round of golf with president donald trump today. president shot a 73 in windy and wet conditions. how bad did he meet me? i did better in the presidential race than today on the golf course. great fun, great host. >> senator lindsey gram gham go the memo. >> praised the president? >> always bring it back to praising the president. >> specially on golf. >> he meads a pat on the back. google has uncovered russian
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backed ads. misinformation in 2016. sources familiar with the investigation told cnn google found that russian accounts bought tens of thousands of dollars in ads using youtube and google to push divisive campaigns on race, immigration and gun rights. google's reach is huge. it's the largest seller of on line ads in the u.s. google is the world's largest video platform. they don't know how many ads are connected to the kremlin linked troll farm. google says it's taking a deeper look. like facebook and twitter, it will publicly testify on capitol hill in november. they also man to meet privately with intelligence committees before the hearing. i think this is the tip of the iceberg. they're always had kind of a civil libertarian approach.
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we've provide the platform, free ideas will reign. it's good for people around the world. what we're seeing is that very platform has been exploited. >> where do they draw the line? how much do they interfere? >> absolutely. do they have to become better editors? >> many already feel that's what's happening on twitter with the hashtags that happen to trend. anyway, fires raging across california at this moment. at least ten dead with man a doer evacuations across the state. we'll have the latest for you next. building a website in under an hour is easy with gocentral...
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deadly destructive wildfires raging across california forcing evacuations and reducing homes and businesses to ash. the largest fires burning in wine country, napa and sonoma
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counties, 10 people killed. more than 100 people now being treated at local hospitals for fire related industries or health conditions caused by smoke. more than 119,000 acres spans eight counties now burned. one fire in anaheim spreading to over 4,000 acres, destroying at least six buildings in its path. cnn's dan simon with more. >>reporter: this fire has been so explosive, pushed by the high winds at one point the fire gusting to 40 to 50 miles per hour. take a look at this one neighborhood. this is the sky view neighborhood in santa rosa, california. devastation as far as the yoo i can see. you can see some of the burned out vehicles. the fire smoldering here but we're told the fire is still active in certain places. crews doing whatever they can to get the blaze under control. we're told buy the fire official that the fire activity is
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outpacing any resource they can throw at it. we've seen so much devastation. i saw a mcdonalds that burned to the ground, a furniture store, a hotel. a kmart. really, it's just unbelievable. at this point, 20,000 people or so have been evacuated. two hospitals actually had to be evacuated. they took the patients south towards san francisco to get them to safety. hopefully the weather cooperated and crews will be able to get the upper hand on this blaze. but for now things still looking grim. >> thanks. so will the weather cooperate. let's bring in -- avan cabrera. >> before and after. just unbelievable in santa rosa california, just completely wiped out. this doesn't happen unless you have incredible weather conditions we had basically hurricane force winds.
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along with a very low humidity. that was able to spread the fires in dramatic fashion. 79 miles an hour wind gusts, that is certainly hurricane force winds and we did that again in here as well. we're not going to see that speed today. in fact we're going to go much lower and come from the other direction. we have moisture and the pacific. that's going to be bringing in much needed moisture not only not the friends in california but at cross the southern part of the state. the rest of the country looking at a front moving through across the southeast, by the way the warm whether they're been seeing across the east will be coming to an end. but the cool air beginning this move in dropping temperatures a good ten degrees by friday. >> thanks for that. look, it's like the napa valley surrounded by blazes. >>. celebrities speaking out against harvey weinstein after
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the holleywood mogul is fired. new details on the conspiracy win steen thinks caused his downfall, just ahead.
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wiefrld wildfire wildf now to the widening nuclear crisis with north korea. defense secretary james mattis and secretary of state rex tillerson scheduled to have lunch with trump today, and this will likely be the topic of discussion. with tensions high, mattis says the u.s. is still seeking a diplomatic solution. he's quick to add the military quote, must stand ready if diplomacy fails, all this as the cia warns of another possible
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provocation by the kim jong-un regime. good morning, another consequential day on the north korean calendar. >>reporter: that's right. you've got a national holiday happening in north korea. that always seems to underscore the possibility of another provocation. of course we haven't seen that today. but it does bring further into focus the looming threat that continues to be posed by north korea, and certainly that is the issue we would expect the president will be discussing with his secretaries of defense and state. publicly, his top administration officials have been very much pursuing a policy of diplomacy, but at the same time you've got a president who has take to be twitter where he has taunted the leader of north korea calling him little rocket man. and issuing a series of cryptic threats and messages. only one thing will work, now another tweet saying that 25 years of efforts toward north
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korea have failed that the policy won't work. you do have the secretary of defense, however, saying that the diplomatic option is the option that is being most heavily pursued. that approach is being buttressed by economic sanctions but of course he's the secretary of defense and does continue to point out that the military's job is to continue to provide options to the president. the you've got the u.s. army chief now bringing into focus the steakes are high. a war would have nothing but horrendous outcomes but mentioned the equally horrible the option of allowing them to have a missile capable of hitting the contin then cal united states. he also points out the fact the time is not indefinite given the acceleration of their missile and nuclear program. right here in south korea we're hearing
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from the join chiefs of staffs. >> check back with you next hour. >> that's clearly the top of the agenda. new details on the firing of harvey weinstein. a long-time friend tells cnn weinstein beliefs his firing was a takedown and not a reaction to sexual harassment allegations. according to this friend, he is convinced he was betrayed by his brother, bob who he believes is behind the "new york times" reporting and the decision by the board of directors to fire him. >> the two brothers founded the company in 2005. there's growing questions how much they knew about this conduct with women. we also learned he e-mailed hollywood executives. if says quote if you could write this ler backing me, getting me
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the help and time i need and stating your opposition to the board firing me, it would help me a lot. i'm desperate for your help, just give me the time to have therapy. do not let me be fired. if the industry supports me, that's all i need. >> hollywood a-listers -- each brave voice it has raised, heard and credited by our watch dog media will ultimately change the game. from another, i was unaware of these. i offer my sympathy to those who have suffered and support to those who have spoken out. >> glenn close adding i have been aware of the rumors, harvey has always been decent to me, but now that the rumors are substantiated i feel angry and darkly sad. another, i hope these kind of stories were just made up
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rumors. >> hollywood men speaking out. george clooney saying i heard rumors. it seemed a way of smearing the actresses. i didn't hear anything about the payoffs. there's nothing to say except it's indefensible. a day after being criticized for largely ignoring this, over the weekend, ignoring it, last night, they let it fly. >> snl got due criticism. they had jokes in h according to the "new york times." i think it was a new york thing, as -- >> it was a new york thing. you heard that from one the other late night hosts. we thought he was sort of inside baseball. talking to the whole country. maybe he was too much of like a celebrity.
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>> isn't that why you should speak out because you are speaking to the whole country? >> a lot of people are saying where are the clintons? obamas? people who have stood up and taken money from him. he was a liberal cham pea on. >> hillary clinton did not mention. >> she spoke for 90 minutes and didn't address it. he gave at least $100,000 to the clinton foundation, at least $46,000 to hillary or her pack supporting her. president obama had a fund raiser $38,000 a couple hosted by him. ahead, the public feud between president trump and outgoing senator bob corker, the white house saying there may be more to come. that's ahead. hi, i'm the internet! you know what's difficult?
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president trump not finished
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with senator bob corker. so what's in store in the feud between the commander in chief and a leading member of his own party? >> the vice president's nfl walkout? well now it has walked into fund-raising e-mail. the white house standing by its football fight saying it could be a winning issue for this president. >> plus wildfires rage across california. at least ten dead and death toll expected to grow. evacuations are in order. welcome back to "early start." >> i'm christine romans. thanks for joining us. 34 minutes past the hour. let's begin with new details on the president's escalating feud. that person of course is republican senator bob corker. he is the powerful chairman of the senate foreign relations committee. steve bannon calling for corker
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to tep down immediately. >> mcconnell and corker and the entire clique on capitol hill have to go. and if he needs -- if we need any more proof about what they think you heard it tonight. if it bob corker has any honor, any decency, he should resign immediately. >> sources tell cnn the president is angry that he stuck his neck out for luther strange of alabama in his losing special election race. >> president backed strange but is still getting flack from republicans like corker anyway. flack like this. >> i do worry that -- sometimes i feel like he's on a reality show of some kind when talking about the foreign policy issues. and he's got to realize that we
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can be heading towards world war iii with the kind of comments he's making. >> sources also tell cnn the president is lashing out at corker in part over frustration that his legislative agenda is stalled in congress, even though the president needs senator es like him to get that agenda passed. one gop source in touch with the white house tells cnn corker has more allies than the president and that the feud is bad idea for trump. there could be more to come. more on that from cnn's sara murray. >>reporter: good morning, david and christine. this is a feud that could continue. white house officials say trump is not yet done with corker. that's not necessarily good news to everyone here in the west wing. this is after president trump spent the weekend going after corker on twitter saying the only reason he decided not to run is because trump wouldn't endorse him. now corker's staff has taken issue with that characterization
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disputing it, insisting the president said if corker would reconsider and run again, that trump would back this senator. some are concerning that trump could be alienating a key ally on foreign policy and budget issues. >> thanks. president trump using the controversy around vice president pence's walkout at an nfl game over the national anthem to raise money. this as critics charge that pence's walkout was a staged stunt paid for by taxpayer colors in the president slammed members of the an francisco 49ers writing your vice president refused to dignify their disrespect. >> but the president praising one nfl team owner, a big sleale to jerry jones. stand for anthem or sit for game. one administration source telling cnn that some in the white house do believe this issue plays well for the
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president. for more, let's tourn to cnn's renee marsh. >> reporter: good morning. it amirs tvice president made te trip on air force two knowing he would walk out on the main event. pence left the indian nap lis colts game in his home state when players from the 49ers took a knee during the national anthem. sunday started with pence tweeting that he was looking forward to cheering on the colts. once at the stadium, his aides told reporters that pence may depart the game early and that they should stay in their vehicles. after around 30 minutes in the said up, pence tweeted that he left the game because @potus and i will not dignify any event that disrespects our soldiers, flag or thags national anthem. and later the president tweeted
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he and pence discussed walking out beforehand. i asked @vp pence to leave stadium if any players kneeled disrespecting our country. aproud of him and second lady karen. the walkout is drawing criticism with some calling it a offensive political stunt on taxpayers' dime. it cost $30,000 per hour to fly. he true from las vegas. and then indian nap lis. the cost? nearly a quarter million dollars. the flight cost estimates do not include the cost of advance personnel, secret service and support on the ground. we will say that pence's office contends if it it wasn't for the game, he would have flown back to washington, d.c., and they say that would have been a greater cost. david and christine? >> all right. thank you. in washington, the white house standing by its hard line
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demands for any deal to protect the daca immigrants. one aid said the decision to release it on a sunday night before columbus day looked like an effort to bury it but a republican adviser says quote democrats have to compromise or why bother. >> nancy pelosi suggests her side of the aisle might with hold support if there's no deal. that needs to happen by march or some 690,000 young people brought to the u.s. as children will lose protections allowing them to work and stay in the country legally. we get more from cnn's phil maltingly on capitol hill. >>reporter: here's the reality this. is a complete non-starter with democrats. in the u.s. senate nothing will happen on daca without at least eight democrats. does that leave things? democrats saying this absolutely
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won't be part of any deal. republicans say, this is kind of a starting point of a negotiation, that will continue over the next couple months. the drawback is any clear path forward that they hope to have in a kind of near term fashion for an issue that is very, very personal to so many people. that has certainly gone up in smoke right now. the clear path forward they hope to get to by november or december, that doesn't exist. >> epa administrator said to sign an order for clean power order. he is making a case that the obama era rules amount to overreach by the epa. it also reveals he has not decide the if the epa will create new rules. it requires them to meet reductions. it rewards states for renewable
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energy. under the obama administration the clean power plan could prevent 2700 to 6700 premature deaths and asthma attacks in children. earlier this year he insists the plan kills jobs. it's a war on coal and beyond the scope of the agency's authority. 42 minutes past the hour. wall street excited by president trump's plan. slashing taxes will save companies billions of dollar, but could it hurt stocks. it has fuelled the stock market. dow up nearly 25% since the election, but you're starting to hear worries that the stimulus will make the rally unsustainable, specially if it adds to the deficit. mainly because of bonds. they are investments in debt. adding more debt could trigger a sell-off, lifting rates. estimates say it could add another $2.4 trillion to u.s.
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debt. reforming the tax code, no-brainer. but the u.s. economy may not need that much tax tstimulus. of course trump's tax plan could always make things better by encouraging businesses to invest their tax savings in jobs but there's no guarantee they'll do that or that tax cuts will pass congress, especially if the president considers these twitter fights. check out cnn money this morning. a great analysis of what just could the effects be. >> i never heard there could be never impacts on the market. >> there's in new kind of sub tax that if you were to get big tax cuts, that -- corporate -- and that juiced the economy, briefly, even, the fed would have to start raising rates, then blunt the effect of the tax cut. so it's a little more complicated. >> a little?
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last night police provided new details sig grantly changing the time line of the shooting. cnn has also exclusively uncovered new information about the shooter gleaned from a lawsuit he filed back in 2013. get the latest from cnn's sara sidner in las vegas. >> reporter: now we're learning the time line is very different from what we originally were told. sheriff saying things would change and they certainly have. now we're hearing that the security guard for the mandalay bay who was the initial person
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to take gun fire went up to the 32nd floor because there was a door ajash jar. the he was shot a full six minutes or so before steve stephen paddock started shooting. but that is not the case now. the sheriff saying he arrived on the 32nd floor at 9:59 and was shot. mad dock didn't startshooting until 10:05. we are also hearing from the sheriff they've going back through stephen paddock's property to see if they missed anything. we are also learning from a deposition that stephen paddock himself gave in 2013 after he
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gunf deadly destructive wildfires raging across california from the north to south, forcing evacuations and reducing homes and businesses to ash. the largest fires burning in wine country, napa and son mome no, ma'am ma counties. people treated for fire related injuries or health conditions caused by smoke. more than 119,000 acres now burned. one fire in anaheim spreading to over 4,000 acres destroying at least 6 buildings in his path. cnn's reporter from the heart of california wine country. >> reporter: this fire has been so explosive, the fire gusting
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to 40 to 50 miles per hour. this is the sky view neighborhood. devastation as far as the eye can see. you can see the burned out vehicles, the fire smoldering here but we're told the fire is still active in certain places, crews doing whatever they can to get the blaze under control. i'm told by the fire official though that the fire activity is outpacing any resource they can throw at it. we've seen so much devastation. i saw a mcdonalds that burned to the ground, a furniture store, a hotel. a k-mart. really, it's just unbelievable. at this point, 20,000 people or so have been evacuated. two hospitals actually had to be evacuated. they took the patients south towards san francis dough to get those people to safety. hopefully the weather cr cooperates. things still looking grim. back to you.
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>> thanks. melania trump slamming ivana trump. the title of first lady. >>reporter: first wife versus first lady. infighting among the har rem read one comment. it started with. vichlt an's book. >> okay, donald. >> well now it's written in h the book tour has begun. ivana described how she talks to her ex-about once every two weeks. >> i have the direct number to white house but i don't like to call there because melania is there and i don't want to cause jealously because i'm first wife or first lady. >> with that little joke, the actual first lady erupted from
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her spokesperson, milan in a plans to use her title and role to help children, no the sell books. there is clearly no substance to the statement from an ex. this is unfortunately only attention seeking and self-serving noise. milan in a certainly seemed to be reacting. read one tweet, elect a reality tv star and get the real housewives of trump land. when ivana and the future president separated more than 25 years ago, it was a juicy story. >> they have a -- though ivana now says. >> during the devors was brutal. >> once it was over they made a commercial together. >> it's wrong isn't it. >> then it's a deal. >> yes. eat the pizza the wrong way. >> if only the two wives could share a pizza and exchange notes on whom the man they both said i
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do. >> actually, you're only entitled to half. >> new york. >> i forgot about the pizza commercial. >> how could we forget? melan melania's busy fighting cyber bullying. >> she said she think she is must be miserable. she had been offered the -- >> not qualified. >> i like new york in the fall and spring. why would i want to be an ambassador and deal with that. >> you can't make that stuff up. >> just a window, a peek into trump land. >> wall street fell from record levels. i always like to give context. one day up, one day down. all three major averages are up
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double digits. this is what investors have enjoyed this year, all driven by enthusiasm for tax reform, healing american economy and the latest earning season kicks off thursday, so we'll get a peek into how companies are doing. the we'll see jp morgan and city group on thursday. s & p 500 companies have had doubling digit profit growth. no one cry for your corporate ce o.'s. millennials don't use credit cards like mom and dad or grandparents. that could be a bad thing. less than a third of millennial ras say they have a credit card. compare to that more than half people aged 30 to 49 and more than 70% of people over 65. experts say millennials fear debt. they witnessed the final crisis and saw their parents just under

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