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north korea. why did the president comment china for taking advantage. u.s. on trade. >> republicans looking to reset after democratic wins 0en election day. will gop law plakers stand by an unpopular president? good morning and welcome to "early start." >> i'm dave briggs. it is thursday, november 9, 5:00 a.m. in the east and 6:00 p.m. in the beijing. that's where we start. president trump in china making a direct appeal to president xi to help solve the north korea nuclear price sis. la lashing out add pyongyang. >> mr. president trump calling on all responsible nations to stop arming and working with what he calls a murderous regime. listen. >> the entire scivilized world must unite to confront the north korean menace. and the entire world is watching us right now.
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>> all right. let's go live to beijing and bring in cnn's jeff zeleny. the president, president trump talks tough about north korea, but did he get any firm commitment from president xi we're going to go ahead and pressure north korea to back off the nuclear program? >> good morning. that is the key question here. they definitely agreed to the common goal of denuclearizing the korean peninsula. president xi stood beside president trump and they did talk about those principals and commitment to that but the specifics were not articulated at least publicly. i do know privately when any were meeting for a couple hours' time secretary of state rex tillerson said they have a frank discussion about north korea. he believes they're on the same page but did acknowledge
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president xi needs more time for sanctions to work. this is what president trump said about their collective idea for stopping that rogue regime. >> we agreed not to replicate failed approaches over the past, and there were many. together we have in our power the ability to liberate this region and the world from this very serious nuclear menace. it will require collective action, collective strength and collective devotion to winning the peace. >>reporter: so this meeting was about continuing to build the relationship and rapport between these leaders. we heard something different. of course during his presidential campaign he blasted china & again for the paratrade practices.
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he even went so far as to say china was stealing the jobs. it was a different tune entirely today. listen to what the president said. >> i don't blame china. after all, who can blame a country for being able to take advantage of another country for the benefit of its citizens? i give china great credit. >> so he says he gives china credit there. again, an entirely different tune than what he campaigned on. but he is trying to build that relationship largely because of north korea. one interesting note i was at the great hall of the peoples there with the two leaders. one thing was unusual this time. it was the first visit by an american president where questions were not allowed by the news media since the first visit here by president george h.w. bush. the obama administration and bush administration pushed hard to have questions asked by both sides. the trump administration said
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the chinese would not argue with that so they went ahead with the meeting. no questions of either leader today. simply statements. a bid t of a side line issue. >> and the chinese government not supportive of free press either. thanks very much. hopefully get some questions in vietnam. president trump's remarks in china came after the north koreans accused him of war mongering, calling it filthy rhetoric. let's bring in cnn's bill ripley live in pyongyang. good morning, will. some colorful language there from the north koreans. >> reporter:. they certainly don't mince their words. but look, this is pretty typical
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north korean fiery propaganda aimed at president trump. clearly, his more moderate tone in south korea did not diminish the fact that he really laid down a cutting attack on this country, the system and perhaps most importantly, he was speaking directly to this country's stream leader, kim jong-un and for the authorities there, that is just about as big of a sin as one can commit. but what we have yet to see is any sort of strong response from north korea as a result of this. you read that quote from the leading newspaper here where they mention that president trump gave a speech. no details about what was in the speech. they focused more that there were anti-president trump protests in seoul. they didn't mention pro-trump protesters as well. we went out in the streets and tell people what he said. they allowed us to give the full readout of the speech. the response was predictably
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outrage. one woman told me he doesn't have a place to talk about human rights and mentioned the human rights in united states which echos north korean propaganda which talks about gun violence and racial inequality and compared that to what north korea is accused of by the united nations. obviously a much darker picture of life than what anybody here inside the country would tell us. this is my 17th trip here. i've never heard anybody speak out against the government because it is not tolerated. >> remarkable how they have the population brainwashed. will ripley live for us in pyongyang. senator bob corker the chairman of the foreign relation is committee holding a hearing next week on the president's authority to use nuclear weapons. tennessee republican claims many colleagues are raising questions about the authority of the executive and legislative branchs when it comes to using
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nuclear force. >> it's been more than 40 years sin either committee examined the issue. senator corker has frequently criticized president trump recently refusing to say whether he trusts the president with the nuclear codes. >> interesting they're taking that up. a blame game in the republican party after bad election losses tuesday. will rank and file members stick with the president on key issues like tax reform? thanks for the ride-along, captain! i've never been in one of these before, even though geico has been- ohhh. ooh ohh here we go, here we go. you got cut off there, what were you saying? oooo. oh no no. maybe that geico has been proudly serving the military for over 75 years? is that what you wanted to say? mhmmm. i have to say, you seemed a lot chattier on tv. geico. proudly serving the military for over 75 years. you ok back there, buddy?
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in the suburbs where the most competitive are located. >> frequent trump critic john mccain soldcolded his fellow republicans. unless we get our act together we're going to lose heavily. >> adding its voice, calling the vote an anti-trump wave. they wrote this. the democrats came out in droves to send a message of opposition to donald trump. while the cliché is no the to read too much into an off-year election, this defeat was broad and deep enough to signal that republicans will struggle to hold congress next year. >> other republicans pinning the problem less on trump and more on frustration or the party as base over unmet promises. congressman meadows saying we need to start making our legislation match our campaign rhetoric. and to date, we have not done
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that. let's discuss all this with eugene scott, political reporter for "the washington post" and an "early start" alum. good morning to you, sir. >> good morning. >> on the front of your paper election results set off a blame game. it's hard to read because virginia is it's a different state. trending blue over the years. you have to drill down on the affluent highly educated suburbs to ask what does this mean for republicans up for reelection in 2018? >> what it does mean is that the candidates who seek voters in 2018 will have to put out rhetoric that matches their promises. one of the big criticisms of trump in 2016 is that he made a lot of promises he could not back up. so he kind of set voters up to be disappoint nds the republican party as a whole. that combined with the fact that the republican party beyond trump has not been able to secure any significant successes
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since trump entered the white house. that motivated people who were already not on the trump train to go out who perhaps were not as eager in the 2016 election to go out and support clinton, combined with people people home who gave trump a chance with the hope he would be able to deliver on some things he has not been able. >> there was a cnn poll conducted before tuesday, and one of the questions it asked about confidence in trump since taking office, this involved white non-college only, it showed a decrease of 52% in confidence in the president. you look at how the economy is doing. it's strong and americans feel confident about the economy. usually if the economy is stupid, but for some reason they don't have confidence -- not comreason. >> they're not feeling. >> they're not feeling it and not putting their support behind
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president trump. >> that's in part because many of the successes that trump points to regarding the economy, like the stock market, are not things that many of white working class voters feel directly themselves. we had also in the washington post reporting that showed significant percentage of those voters don't have stocks so, when the president points to how well stocks are doing, these are voters who don't feel it. what the president is going to have to do to keep this group of american expert is implement policy changes in the economy they can see. one of the things he campaigned z on, bringing jobs back to these areas is something he hasn't been able to deliver. >> what's interesting about virginia is gillespie got more votes for republican governor than any canadidate in the state's history. it brought out democrats far
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more so. the is that enough for democrats it continue to run on that. >> one of the main criticisms a on hillary clinton -- there were more voters on the left who stayed at home in 2016 than voters on the right so they're banging on bringing out more millennials, more people of color and women they weren't able to get in 2016. i don't know if there's that much room for growth for the people that the trump campaign appealed to in 2016. >> let's go to donald trump in china. he did a big flip-flop about how he feels about china on trade. listen to some of what he said. >> we can't continue to allow china to rape our country -- that's what they're doing, taking our jobs money, manufacturing. what they've done to us is the greatest think theft in the history of the world. >> i don't blame china.
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after all, who can blame a country being able to take advantage of another country for the benefit of its citizens. i give china great credit. >> the first sound you heard was trump on the campaign trail. when he takes about china r rach -- then the soft approach overnight. what gives? >> well, a major criticism of donald trump throughout his campaign shis that he's the typ of politician that es willing to say at a rally in mobile that he will not say to his opponent's face. what thing that makes it problematic is his depiction of the chinese trade policy reinforces the fears asian leaders have about the policy that is could come under trump administration. what he communicated is that
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china first is a policy that puts chinese citizens first at the risk of other people around the world. and takes advantage of them. the fear is could america first, which is trump's foreign policy put americans at such an advantage that they take advantage of other people around the world. that isn't something that you would see someone who campaigns to be a grade negotiator find to be the best solution to trade policy. >> you just saw live pictures of the president head to go a state din wer president xi. >> extraordinary pictures coming in. eugene scott, see you in this about 20 minutes the. the senate is expected to unveil its tax bill today following the markup of the house version, but the current bill appears to break two of the gop's main promises. tax cuts for the entire middle class and no more than $1.5 add the to the deficit. >> in fact 11% of households
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would pay more by 2019 and nearly one in five by 2027. now white house budget director mulvaney disputes that math but promised this. if i our numbers here at the white house actually show the same thing. if they show that taxes are going up on the middle class, on the house plan, senate plan or combination of the two, we won't sign it. >> okay. as for the deficit, changes for the bill brings a total addition of up to $1.7 trillion. that's above congress's target of $1.5 trill. the gop is looking for revenue. one reason -- it is one reason why they're considered axing obama's individual mandate. that's a tax penalty you pay if you don't have kufrpg coverage. that option is still in play. >> we've got a lot of negotiation. a. a pair of envelope heavy
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try to keep the nfl from giving roger goodell a contract ex-pension. that's according to the new york times and espn. jones is reportedly not happy with the way good del has handled the suspension of ezekiel elliott and the handling of the national anthem controversy. his contract expires after the 2018-19 season. a spokesman tells cnn that all 32 owners gave the commission authority to offer the commissioner a contract extension. it's not quite clear what exactly jones would be suing for. we reached out to cowboys for comment, and they told us that mr. jones is not commenting at this time. three players for the ucl basketball team remain confined to their hotel in china after being arrested to are allegedly
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china can fix this problem easily. and quickly. and i am calling on china and the great president to hopefully work on it very hard. >> president trump with a face-to-face appeal asking the chinese president pore help with north korea, but why did president trump compliment china for taking advantage of the u.s. on trade? >> and republicans looking to re-set after big democratic wins on election day. so what's the takeaway for republicans up for reelection in 2018 when it comes to trumpism without trump? is thanks for get ng an "early start" start with us. >> it's 30 minutes past the hour and you're about to see some live picks from beijing.
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president xi in the middle of a toast to a crowd of the president of the china and president trump sitting at a state dinner with the first lady as well. >> they're reallying rolling out the red carpet for president trump, the state dinner plus we'll get a toast from president trump who will bring you those words live when we hear him take the podium. >> so yes, president trump in china making a direct appeal to president xi to help solve the north korea nuclear crisis. the president lashing out at pyongyang during a meeting with chinese business leaders and again. >> mr. president trump talling on all responsible nations to stop working with what he calls a murderous regime. let's bring in jeff zeleny. the president said china could stop north korea's nuclear threat easily and quickly, but is there any indication that china is will go to do so?
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>> reporter: dave, that is a great question here as the president trump ends his day, as you said. there is another state dipper goi dinner going on. but there is -- definitely an unknown about what policy changes there are going to be. they definitely expressed a commitment, president xi, at that joint statements earlier today in the great hall of the people here said that china's committed to denuclearizing the korean peninsula but also suggested he needed time for sanctions to work. they're trying to bring a roo po rapport to bring china on board. >> we agreed not to replicate failed approaches over the past, and there were many. together, we have in our power to finally liberate this region.
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and the world from this very serious nuclear menace. but it will require collective action. collective strength, and checkative devotion to winning the peace. >> so, of course, win of the key goals here, by president trump in his visit across asia is to try and get china president xi more involved, more active in the confronting north korea. that is very much an open question, how quickly anything can change, if anything would change. of course he's also trying to engage a russia more as well after the president had this toast this evening, which we're waiting for, he will spend the nite here in beijing and move on to vietnam. what could happen there is a one-on-one meeting with russian president vladimir putin of course talking about north korea and so many other issues on the
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table there. >> unfortunately, breaking with press accidecedent there. thank you. president trump's remarks in china came after the north koreans accused him of mongering. calling his warnings filthy rhetoric swuipewing out of his snout. >> let's bring in cnn's will ripley live in pyongyang. will, this is a interesting choice of words to say the least. >>reporter: you know, you go through the north korean propaganda and it is remarkable what the writers come up with. it was matched leading up to this asia visit by president trump who is coming up with rhetoric of his own. he took a more subdued tone in south korea and certainly not slowing down the north from laying into him, they called him
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an old lunatic and out on the streets today, that language was echoed by north korean citizens because this is a country where the government strictly controls the news, what people hear, to it's parroted back when we're out on the streets of the north carolinian capital. you'll never hear anybody express criticism of the government or say they've led north caroli north korea to this place. north korea held a high level cabinet meeting. there was a report about that earlier this week where they told people they need to brace for the impact of more sanctions but double down on the vow to round out the nuclear program which means more nuclear tests and missile launches and a lot of speculation about whether that will happen during the president's trip. the north carolini north korean
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reveal that. president trump's administration will be -- making the decision within the next week. that's something the north koreans are watching very closely. we'll have to see how they will respond. we haven't seen or heard a strong response yet to president trump's scathing indictment of this country, system and his direct criticism of north korea's stream leader kim jong-un, but you can bet that the officials here certainly r furious about the human rights allegations that president trump laid out in his speech, his criticism of this country as system, calling it a failed state. we'll have to see what north korea does next. >> all right. thanks very much. you're taking a live look at the state dinner in beijing where president trump is about to speak. we're expecting him to make a toast as well. president xi also just gave a toast to the crowd as well. >> let's listen.
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>> president xi, your generous words -- we're both want to express our gratitude to you for your hospitality. you've shown us from the moment we arrived. >> your nation is has thousands
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of years of vibrant living history. a tremendous honor to be greeted by the chinese at the great hall. this moment in history presents both our nations with an incredible opportunity to advance peace and prosperity alongside other nations throughout the world. in the words of the chinese prov verb, we -- forward ahead into
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the future. we can realize this wonderful vision, a vision that will be so good and in fact so great for both china and the united states. >> though we come from different places and faraway lands, there is much in the east and west.
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>> both of our countries were built by people of great courage. strong and the desire to track across the unknown. it is a great nation. the people of the united states have a very deep respect for the heritage and noble commissions of its people. your ancient values --
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>> okay. >> that's the president there with a toast to xi and the chinese at a state dinner there. we'll continue to keep you up-to-date if he saying anything that we need to report. no questions from the u.s. media on this trip. >> he, however, did call china a magnificent place and although we come from different places he says there's much that binds the east and west. we'll move on for now. in a radical change in tone president trump is praising china's trade practices. listen. >> i don't blame china. after all, who can blame a country for being able to take advantage of another country for the benefit of its citizens? sh i give china great credit. >> instead, he blamed past administrations for america's huge trade deficit with china and now secretary of state rex
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tillerson called trump's words tongue in cheek. but it was a huge departure from his usual tough talk. he often talks about the dealings as being unfair and that they hurt u.s. workers. he made these remarks after two hours of talks with the chinese president. he also announced a $250 billion in agreements between u.s. companies and china but that won't make a dent in the $309 billion trade deficit with china. >> republican lawmakers trying to regain their footing after big election losses on tuesday, now it remains to see if the party can get anything done legislatively and if the gop can avoid a disaster. exit polling shows anger at president trump energized democrats. they voted in bigger numbers than in recent past, especially in the suburbs where the most competitive house seats are located. >> republicans appear divided about what drove their defeat.
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frequent trump crkrid -- >> let's bring back eugene scott. mr. gillespie won 95% of republicans, 7 points more than mr. trump last year. so what's the takeaway from trumpism without trump? h if he were up for reelection in h 2018? >> i think it's really important to remember for context that most people who went to the polls in 2016 voted against donald trump so there was already some degree of expectation that this could happen, especially combined with the fact this is the norm in an off-year. but what i think what is unique is the fact that people are looking at an administration that for ten months has failed to deliver on many of the promises it kpands on. so i think the main takeaway for republican lawmakers is they have to present some significant
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wins before the 2018 election if they want to motivate their base to come out and support them again. >> former vice president joe biden tore into president trump after tuesday's vote. here is some of what he said at an event in philadelphia. >> did any one of you every think that you would think that you would see in one of the historic cities in america, folks coming out from under rocks and out of the fields with torches carrying swastikas literally reciting the same exact anti-semitic bile we heard in the 30's. this is eating at the fabric of this country. it is wrong. and i think what happened last night, all across the country, including with republicans, is tired of this. it's undermining the social fabric of the nation. >> okay.
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biden being very blunt there. the what do you think? are we going to see more of him? hmm. >> i certainly think so. le he is someone who has not completely fallen back from the rub lick eye and there's not a lot of interest in him doing so. he's one of the few politicians who is generally well received by voters. i think there's going to be quite a bit of interest to see if he is able to unite this country. >> the heart of this is does the campaign rhetoric match with the president has done in offers. when it comes to that you've got to look at the president right now in beijing. let laes remind our viewers what he said about china, trade practices. that's what he said during the campaign and even as president and what he said just last night. listen. >> we can't continue to allow china to rape our country,
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that's whatter wae doing. faki taking our jobs, money. what they've done to us is the greatest think thift in the history of the world. >> i don't blame china. after all, who can blame a country for being able to take advantage of another country for the benefit of its citizens? is this i give china great credit. >> all right. look, no one can match their campaign rhetoric standing next to xi in beijing, but how do you reconcile those two things? the president blames his predecessors. how do you reconcile this. >> it's very difficult to sec siel, which is why he's been criticized for throwing past american presidents under the bus while praising chinese trade. one of the things he has repeatedly been criticized for
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saying one thing when talk together base and something else when confronted with the people he consistently criticizes. i think what he's going to have to explain to the american people is how he's going to to reverse this policy that he thinks takes advantage of citizens who are not chinese in a way that will ultimately benefit the people he promised to represent when he was on the campaign trail. >> a couple days before tuesday's election, there was a cnn poll showing that confidence is dropping in president trump. so it begs the question,legisla. are respects willing to extend their political capital? >> i think so. we had paul ryan said gred that the republican party has decided that they are with trump. i think they are going to have to find a way to communicate to the american people that being with trump also means being with the american people because as those polls suggest, the american people do not feel supported. they are not in favor of this
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current president, and republican lawmakers as well, and those are the one thats there probably suffer significantly in 2018. >> all right. let's end with levity. last night's country music awards. musicians were asked to stay away from politics. they decided not to do so. they wanted to tie the whole thing into a knew little jingle. listen. ♪ right now he's possibly in his pj's watching cable news, reaching for his cell phone ♪ ♪ right now, he's probably asking siri how in h the held do you spell pocahontas ♪ ♪ here we go ♪ in the hidel the night from the privacy of a gold plated white house toilet seat ♪
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♪ coffee >> this is a brilliant remake of cary underwood's "before he cheats if the if the. >> he >>. >> he's been restrained. how long will he maintain that when he comes back? is it this president we've seen in asia might have a favorability rating 50% instead of the 36% he has. how long can he maintain asia trump? >> i think asia trump will end when the asian trip ends. i think once he comes back he will continue to go to twitter and do what so many people have thought he would pivot from for months, which he has shown he will not. hopefully, he'll be able to communicate something that benefits all of the american people in the way that he campaigned. there are a lot of people who want to see him win, do well. america does not win as a whole
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they the president doesn't deliver on promises that unify the electorate as a whole. i think people generally are hopeful. i don't know if he will be able to deliver on those hopes, though. >> tell you what. before he tweets would fly off the charts if they can get that one on itunes. >> he's going to be humming this all the way home. >> i was watching that. cary underwood is such an amazing cal lent. >> thank you. thank. >> think of getting stuck why traffic. uber wants you to fly over. at least help you do so. we're going to tell you how on cnn "money" stream next. running. 7 years but some people still like cable. just like some people like banging their head on a low ceiling. drinking spoiled milk. camping in poison ivy. getting a papercut. and having their arm trapped in a vending machine. but for everyone else, there's directv.
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working to set up zbreeagreemen with both florida and new york to take in survivors currently who are living in shelters, and those two states were selected by puerto rico's governor. the u.s. territory still suffering major problems after hurricane maria hit in september. a man hunt in tennessee for three inmates still on the loose after breaking out of the majai. one them 21-year-old dillon ferguson is charged with criminal homicide and should be considered armed and dangerous. he's been added to the 10 most wanted list. reward up to $2500 is being offered. embattled kevin spacey has been cut out of the film. meantime former boston tv news anchor is alleging spacey sexual assaulted her 18-year-old
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son at a restaurant in nantucket last year. after spacey got her son drunk. >> she said her son filed a police report this week after gaining courage from other victims coming forward. no comment from spacey. later this morning, five capital police officers will receive the department's medal of honor for their response to the shooting at the baseball practice back in june. the officers displayed exceptional courage risking their lives to safe others after an active shooter opened fire. among the congressional leaders on hand for the ceremony, house majority whip steve scalise. let's check on cnn "money" stream. local stocks lower. launching fifth record close in a row. s&p 500 hit all time highs. it's been quite the solid season. roughly 87% of s&p countries
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have reported so far. three quarters have beat expectations. apple stock is now the first public company worth $900 billion. former ceo marissa mayer was given one final job for gentleman w it was the single biggest of history affecting three billion accounts. lawmakers pressed her on why she waited three years to disclose the breach. she apologized defending the company. mayer left the company when the deal closed in h june. are you sick of getting stuck in traffic? why not try to fly over it. uber's new partnership could mean flying taxis by 20. not so far off. uber teaming up with nasa to develop air traffic systems.
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auld uber air. the company first unveiled plans in april. it's planning for tests to happen in los angeles in three years, known for his -- except for the head ache inducing air traffic control problems. >> thanks for joining us this morning. >> "new day" starts right now. see you tomorrow. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com trump and the republicans lost. >> you can't fake the trump agenda. >> you have to go all in. >> people want results. we have to start delivering results if we want more election results like that. >> we can't continue to allow china to rape our country. >> i don't blame china. i give china

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