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new details on the feud between president trump and a leading senator from his own party. white house officials telling cnn the president is not finished with sneert bob corker. >> white house doubling down on vice president's walkout from the nfl game. >> at least ten dead after wildfires roar across california, mandatory evacuations and curfews in effect as firefighters struggle to contain the blazes, wine country. good morning, and welcome to "early start." i'm dave briggs. >> nice to be here i'm christine romans, it is 5:00 a.m. let's begin this morning with the new details on the president's feud with a leading member of his own party. a person of course republican senator bob corker. now former white house
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strategist steve bannon calling for him to step down. >> establishment globalist click on capitol hill have to go. if we need anymore proof about what they think you heard it tonight. if bob corker has any honor, any decency, he should resign immediately. >> ban non demanding that senator corker resign for his open skepticism of president trump's fitness to lead. that expressed in an interview with the "new york times." we now have audio. let's listen. >> i do worry that -- sometimes i feel like he's on a reality show of some kind. and you got to realize that we could be heading towards world war iii with the kind of comments he's making.
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>> sources also telling cnn the president is lashing out at corker in part over frustration that his legislative agenda is stalled in congress. the president needs senatorers like corker to get that passed. he has been supportive of his agenda. one source tells cnn corker has more allies in the senate than the president. there could be more to come. more on that from cnn's sara murry. >>reporter: good morning. this is the 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 spend the weekend going after corker on twitter saying the only reason he has decided no the to run for reelection is because trump wouldn't endorse him and he knew there was no way he would win without trump's backing. corker's staff taking issue disputing it insisting the president said if he would rooe
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consider and run again that trum would back the senator. some of concerned he could be alienating a key person. >> president trump using the controversy around vice president pence's walkout in an nfl game to raise money. this as critics charge that the walkout was in reality a stunt paid for by taxpayer dollars. your vice president refused to dignify their disrespect. >> now the president last night praising one nfl team owner in a tweet. a big sleuth alute to jerry jon will bench players who don't stand for the flag. one source telling cnn that some in the white house believe this issue plays well for the president. for more let's turn to renee
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marsh. >>reporter: good morning. it is it appears the vice president made the trip on air force two knowing he'd walk out before the main event, and it comes as government watch dogs are investigating several cabinet officials for their use of private jets and milled tear planes. he 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 said jump, 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 stadium, pence tweeted that he left the game because @potus and i will not dignify any event that disrespects our soldiers, flag or national anthem. later, the president tweeted he and pence discussed walking out beforehand. i asked @vp pence to leave
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stadium if any players kneeled, disrespected our country, i am proud of him and second laity karen. the walkout is drawing sharp criticism with some calling it an expensive political stunt on taxpayers dime. it cost $30,000 an hour to fly air force two. he flew on saturday, this enflew from indianapolis on sunday. 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 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? >> thank you. the white house standing by its hard lined demands for any deal to protect undocumented im grants, young people known as dreamers. a democratic leaders in congress
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calling president trump's immigration 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, but an adviser to the president said quote they have to compromise to get the goals or why bother. >> nancy pelosi suggesting her side may with hold. that needs to happen by march or they will lose their protections allowing them to work and stay in the country legally. so much to discuss with washington examiner white house correspondent sara westwood. good to see you. i want to start with bob corker, it's not just the world war three 3 adult day care center. he's saying the republican caucus says it takes people to keep him in the middle of the road. i no he for a fact every day at
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the white house is a situation of trying to contain him. everyone was wondering would republican senatorers step up. lindsay graham tweeting about president trump's golf game, how he shot a 73 in windy and rainy conditions really standing up to the potus. will everyone else follow the lindsey graham model or the bob corker model? >> i think you're more likely to see senators follow the lindsey graham because bob corker is only speaking out so candidly due to his impending retirement. if it he were facing a reelection battle in a state like tennessee where president trump is still very pop lure i don't think he would be speaking ought. it's kind of remarkable to see how rapidly their relationship deteriorat deteriorated. he was more so with -- included
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tomorrincluded -- to see bob corker now taking up the mantle of the gop opposition is pretty startling. >> he will need to work with bob corker. we still have the daca deal. the debt ceiling. tax reform. something of course everyone wants to see and iran deal, open cabinet positions. a story with the head line trump lashes out at allies, putting agenda at risk. i think everyone should read the story. but i'm asking you, is it putting the agenda at risk, the president's temper and lashing out? >> reporter: absolutely. the health care appeal fell apart because of the opposition of one republican senator. just john mccain who sunk years of gop efforts to repeal
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obamacare. the he cannot lose more than three republicans in the senate on any given issue. in some cases, he'll need some democrats to cross the aisle to support his items. he can't afford to alienate bob corker even though he's been supportive of the agenda so far there's no guarantee he will continue to support all of these agenda items, particularly now that he's freed from the restrictions that come with having to think of his re-election battle. >> given the dynamics, it's hard to believe this list. republicans attacked by president trump. mitch mcconnell, jeff sessions, paul ryan, john mccain, that's a long list. it's a far shorter list of democrats that the president has attacked. add to that steve bannon last night saying he wants to go after every incumbent republican senator except for ted cruz. there's the agenda.
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what are the consequences for the party as a whole? >> reporter: clearly they want to have the focus be on the democrats division heading into 2018. they want the focus to be on the fact that the democrats still haven't reconciled their internal rifts over progressivism versus more centerism. they don't want to have that debate themselves. the they hoped some of those de -- now, steve bannon and some of the trump base who are unhappy with what they view as obstructionism from republicans of congress are sort of reopening those old wounds and trying to bring back this discussion. that's not a discussion that i think a lot of republicans thought we would be having at this point. and steve bannon proved that his influence, that his blend of politics can be lethal in the alabama senate primary when he
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backed a candidate, a different one than president trump and ban non's candidate won. >> that's interesting. we know the president is going to have lunch today with the secretary of state and -- bob corker called the grownups. >> in chaos. >> i'm sure north korea will be on the agenda. what do you make or what do you think we'll expect from today? >> well, later this week, president trump has to make a decision on the iran deal by october 15th over the weekend. that'sed deadline for him to recertify the deal. we're expecting him to decertify it. there are a lot of moving pieces as late as last week, senior administration officials were saying president trump hadn't reached a fine fall decision on what he was going to do so i think iran will be at the top of the list. >> all right. talk to you about a half an hour. i want to play something about e
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e-ivanka trump. >> google has recovered russian backed ads. the latest tech company used to spread misinformation. sources familiar with the investigation told cnn google found russian accounts bout tens of thousands of collars in ads, using youtube and google to push divisive messages. google's reach is huge. it's the largest seller of on line ads in the u.s. youtube is the largest video platform. google still doesn't know how many ads are connected to something called the internet research agency. the that's the criminal lin linked troll farm. google says it's taking a deeper look to investigate attempts to abuse our systems. like facebook and twitter, google will publicly tef in capitol hill in november. they also flan to meet privately before the hearing. learning more and more every day
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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 h wine country. napa, and son moment ma counties. ten people killed and that number expected to climb. more than 100 people being treated in local hospitals. more than 119,000 acres now
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burned. one fire in anaheim spreading to over 4,000 acres destroying at least six buildings. cnn's dan simon with more from california. >>reporter: david and christine, this fire has been so explosive pushed by the high winds, at one point the fire gut gusting 40 to 50 m miles per hour. this neighborhood devastation as far as the eye can see. the fire smoldering here, but we're told that 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 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. the i saw a furniture store, i saw a hotel, a kmart, really just unbelievable. at this point, 20,000 people or so have been evacuated.
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two hospitals had to be evacuated. they took the patients south to get those people to safety. hopefully, the weather cooperates and crews will be able to get the upper hand on this, but for now, things still looking grim. >> wow. just a tragedy there. the la dodgers and houston astros advancing to their respective league series. can the yankees? coy wire joining us next. get 4 unlimited lines for just $40 bucks each. taxes and fees included. and now netflix included. so go ahead. binge on us. another reason why t-mobile is america's best unlimited network.
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kid in a candy shop yesterday. nearly 13 hours of playoff action. it was late night party on tbs in the national league division series. la's rookie sensation grew up just down the road from the said kbrum. 22 years old. he became the youngest dodger to hit a homer in the post season. check this out. sacrificing his body, tumbling into the dugout. the guy can do it all. the let the celebration begin. you know what time it is. playoff celebration in baseball. champagne. dodgers win 3-1. now some had already stuck a fork in the yankees. they were down 0-2 in the series. aaron judge hadn't even hat a hit in the playoffs, this
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two-out, two-strike double got the yank's rolling. they get the big win in the bronx. they tied up. now all comes down to one game tomorrow in cleveland to advance. washington ace max scherzer was pitching a no-hitter against the cubs yesterday, looked like the nationals had the win in the bag. this was all the way into the seventh inning, then ben zobrist said this isn't over. the they lose in a heart breaker, 2-1. leading that series 2-1. game four later today on the sister network tbs. first pitch set for 5:30. monday football supported a baseball type score all the way into halftime. the vikings led the bears 3-2. the bears inleechrned their
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quarterback but minnesota spoiled that party. trubitsky ended up having a decent night. as the vikings take this one, 20-17. one last baseball highlight. if you haven't had your breakfast yet, you might want to turn your head. this is astros outfielder josh reddick. yes, i knew this would wake you up. he's rocking a speed dough there in the celebration after the astros got the big sweep over the red sox clinching that series, rather, they now await the winner of the yankees and indians. >> kwrl reports. that's what happened. is that disrespectful to the american flag. >> that is against the flag code for sure. >> coy, thank you. the public feud between president trump and republican senator bob corker, the white house saying the present
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president trump isn't finished with senator bob corker. what's in store in the feud? >> and a vice president's nfl walkout now fund-raising e-mails. the white house standing by the football fight saying it could be a winning issue for the president. >> plus wildfires rage across california, at least 10 dead. wine country, in the cross hairs here. evacuations of some of these vineyards just a really dangerous situation. welcome back to "early start." >> winds need to die down. i'm dave briggs, it is 33 minutes past the hour. we begin with new details on the president's escalating feud with a leading member of his own
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party, bob corker, the powerful chairman of the forrelations committee. now steve bannon calling on dorkdor corker to step down. >> mcconnell and corker and the entire clique on capitol hill have to go. if he needs any -- if we need any more proof about what they think, you heard it tonight. if bob corker has any honor or decency, he should resign immediately. >> don't count on it. bannon demamdsing he resign. president trump's fitness to lead. that expressed in an interview with the "new york times." here's a portion of the audio. >> i do worry that he's -- sometimes i feel like he's on a reality show of some kind, you know, he's talking about foreign
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policy issues. you got to realize that that we could 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 senators like corker to get that agenda passed. one gob source in touch with the white house tells cnn corker has more allies in the senate and the president an the feud is bad idea for trump and there could be more to come. more on that from cnn's sara murray. >>reporter: good morning. 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 has decided no to run for reelection is because trump wouldn't endorse him and corker knew there was no way he
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would win without trump's backing. corker's staff has taken issue with that characterization, disputing it, insisting the president said if corker would reconsider and run again that trump would back this senator. some are concerned that trump could be alienating a key ally both on foreign policy and budget issues. back to you guys. >> president trump is using the controversy around vice president pence' walk zwrout at an nfl game over the national anthem to raise money. this, as critics charge that pence's walkout was really just a staged stunt paid for by taxpayer dollars, in the e-mail president slammed members of the 49ers who took a knee writing your vice president refused to dignify their disrespect. >> the president last night praising one nfl owner, a big absolu salute to jerry jones.
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one administration source telling cnn that some in the white house actually believe there issue plays well for the president. for more we kurn to renee marsh. >> reporter: good morning. it appears that 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 cabinet officials for their use of private jets and military plans. pence left the game in his home state when players from the 49ers took a knee during the national an them. well 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. well after around 30 minutes in the stadium, pence tweeted that he left the game because @potus and i will not dignify any event that disrespects our soldiers,
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flag or national anthem. and then later, the president tweeted he and pence discussed walking out beforehand. i asked @vp pence to leave stadium if any players kneeled, disrespected our country. i am proud of him and second lady, karen. the walkout is drawing sharp criticism with some calling it a very expensive political stunt on taxpayers dime. it cost $30,000 per hour to fly air force two. he flew from las vegas to indians app lis and then indianapolis on sunday. 0 the cost, nearly a quarter million dollars. that does not include the cost of advance personnel, secret service and support on the ground. we will say that pence's office contends if 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. dave and christine?
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>> renee, thank you. the white house standing by its hard line demands for any deal to protect the young undocumented immigrants here. democratic leaders calling the immigration wish list a non-starter with one aide saying the decision to release it on columbus day looked like an effort to bury. it but others say democrats have to compromise to get the goals or why bother. >> house democratic leader nancy pelosi suggests her side of the aisle might hold support if there's no deal. that needs to happen on march or some 690,000 people brought to the u.s. as children will lose their protection to allow them to work and stay in the country legally. to help us break it down let's bring in washington examiner white house correspondent. let's stay on dreamers. congress is up against this deadline. and then, over night on sunday, the white house throws out this
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proposal with everything but the kitchen sink in the eyes of the democrats, and then ivanka trump, an adviser to the president, something with his ear was speaking yesterday at the fortune most powerful women conference and listen to what she said. is she on the same page 0 as her dad or a little softer? >> i personally am of the opinion and the president has stated this, that we have to figure out a good solution that protects these innocent people, many of whom were brought to this country as children, but, there has to be a long-term fix, and it cannot be bandaged over at a presidential level through another executive order that can be rescinded by a subsequent administration. >> what do you make of that? >> that seems to be more or less in line with what the president has said, not mentioning the other half of the equation which is that the white house plans to use those protections for
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dreamers as a bargaining chip to get some of the other immigration restrictions items that you mentioned, to get e verify, construction of the border wall, perhaps, to get more additions to i.c.e. and more people to adjudicate these immigration cases. so these are all things that the president has been clear at one time or another that he wants, but to include them all in this deal, which democrats were under the impression they could secure without having to fight over the border wall, came as a bit of a surprise to capitol hill and could complicate the situation, but on the other hand you did have conservatives who were excited to see president trump included all these measures in the immigration deal. they were afraid that president trump was going to cede the best lev he'll ever have and give up perhaps his best chance for the wall. >> all this with the backdrop of
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the feud between the president ant bob corker continuing. and at the heart of what bob corker is saying is it's not just him questioning the president, he's basically saying the majority agrees with me and he says i know it for a fact that those in the white house just want to keep the president, if in his words the middle of the road. are his opinions shared in the white house and according to your contacts by other senators on capitol hill and will they be expressed? >> they've always been whispers a lot of republicans on capitol hill were particularly unhappy with the way president trump sweets but also the way he gets distracted from his own message. corker is in a unique situation because he's no longer running from reelection so he's free from the restrictions that come with keeping your seat. with steve bannon outside the white house launching challenges against these republicans that have to run for reelection in 2018, that could prompt another
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wave of early retirement for republicans that don't want to deal with the drama trump brings. we've already seen a handful of retirements of house republicans that don't want to have to run for reelection in swing distributes and those are less consequential in the house. if we see more in the senate, senato senators like orrin hatch of utah, you would see a lot inshackled from the constanraic. >> important because steve bannon said he's going after every senator except ted cruz. >> there's this idea that there are a lot of other senators who feel the same way as bob corker, folks very concerned about the president's temper, about the way he fumes, about the way he lashes out, that it could hurt his agenda, and the behind the scenes there's a conventional
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wisdom among senate republicans this president is dangerous. you're there. the is this the conventional wisdom? >> i think dangerous might be taking it a little too far but certainly republicans in general have been extremely frustrated with the way president trump has occasionally undercut his own message and undermined his own agenda, whether tweeting about morning show hosts and face lifts or attacking the nfl. waging all these battles that don't need to be waged while republicans are trying to focus on repealing obamacare or pushing through tax reform or now trying to secure some kind of immigration deal. president trump has a tendency to distract from what they're trying to do, and some of them have expressed frustrations about that openly but not nearly as capably as bob koerker is. >> i want to ask su about the politics of harvey weinstein after this story about the
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decades-long misconduct. democrats have been oddly silent on this. hillary clinton spoke for 90 minutes last night and not a mention of harvey weinstein in her prepared or q and a remark, president obama, should they speak out? why have they not? >> well hillary clinton in particular i think has some sort of political obligation to speak out because she has made her core issue women's rights, women's empowerment, and she has a lot of damaging photos out there of her and harvey weinstein being very friendly. i think that she is probably going to face more pressure to speak out against harvey weinstein than someone like president obama who is no longer in offers and does. often make public appearances and didn't have women's rights as his central core issue and rationale for
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being in politics. hillary clinton does have more of an obligation. it will be interesting to see if she does. >> out there selling a book, you have plenty of opportunities, more than $100,000 was given from weinstein to the clinton foundation. >> we know weinstein in the papers this morning the company is weighing a name change to take the weinstein out of the company name. sara west wood, nice to see you. >> thank you. >> she's an early bird. >> new details in the time line of the las vegas shooting, plus we're learning more about the shooter from his own words. that's next. ♪ can i kick it? ♪ yes you can ♪ can i kick it? ♪ yes you can ♪ can i kick it? ♪ yes you can ♪ well i'm gone ♪ can i kick it? ♪ to all the people who can quest like a tribe does... ♪
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new details in the las vegas massacre significantly change the time line. cnn's also exclusively uncovered new information about the shooter gleaned from a lawsuit
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he filed back in 2013. the latest from cnn's sara sidner. >> reporter: we're learning the time line is different from what we originally were told. the sheriff saying things would change and it certainly has in this case. now, we are hearing that the security guard for the mandalay bay who was the initial person to take gun fire by the shooter went up to the floor because there was a door ajar and that set off an alarm. t it urns out he was shot a full six minutes or so before stephen paddock is that righted shooting at the crowd. before he was told he was shot during that and people assumed that may have been why he stopped shooting. that is not the case now. the sheriff saying he arrived on the 32nd floor at 9:59 and was shot at that time. stephen paddock didn't start shooting until 10:05. so lots of questions surrounding
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that. we're also hearing that they are going back through stfen paddock's properties to see if they missed anything. if there was anything or any evidence that could help them put together the puzzle of why stephen paddock opened fire on so many people. we are also learning from a deposition that he himself gave in 2013 after he sued one of the hotels here in vegas when he slipped and fell in their lobby. and we hear from him that he calls himself the best video poker player in the world, saying he spent up to $1 million on any given night in those machines. giving you some idea of his gambling habit. all in all, though, again, we still don't know the answer as to why stfen paddock did what he did, and injured and killed so many people here in vegas. back to you. >> all right. thank you so much for that. to money now. 52 minutes past the hour. millennials don't use credit cards like their mom and dad or
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backing me and stating your opposition to the board firing me it would help me a lot. i am desperate for your hep. give me the time to have therapy. if the industry supports me that's all i need. >> the industry doesn't sport him. cell lebrytys speaking out. >> 58 minutes past the hour. a global stock market's mostly higher after wall street closed lower yesterday. le but the trend is what's important. le all three major averages have doubled digits this year near record highs. economy is growing. the they think tax cuts are coming and companies are making tons of money. latest kicks off thursday. so far. s & p 500 companies have had double digit profit growth in the first two quarters. millennials do not use credit cards like their parents or grandparents. it turns out that could be bad. less than a third have a credit
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card compared to more than half of people age 30 to 49 and nearly 70% of people over 65. experts say millennials fear debt, especially after witnessing the financial crisis. no question being cautious is smart, but it can be smarter to use credit cards responsibly. it helps build credit and they offer bet he fraud protections than debit cards. it's actually congress that put the ca bosh on companies being able to market to 19-year-olds. but now not opening credit cards. thanks for joining us. i'm christine romans. >> "new day" starts right now. see you tomorrow. >> he's said we're going to be okay as long as the adults are still there. that's extraordinary. mcconnell and corker and the entire establishment globalist clique have to go. >> that should be a full stop all traffic cups to

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