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a book that you're ready to share with the world? get published now, call for your free publisher kit today! even liberals that hate me say that's terrible what they did. >> donald trump venting after the op-ed targeting his administration from within. how close is the white house to finding the mystery author? u.s. troops could be in syria much longer than expected. russia, meanwhile, warning the u.s. american troops could come under attack. live in damascus. the jobs report comes out this morning. just a few hours away.
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and twitter says enough is enough for alex jones. booted from the social platform. also the nfl season got under way late last night. super bowl champs opening defense. welcome to "early start." i'm dave briggs. >> i'm christine romans. it is friday, september 7th. 4:00 a.m. in the east. it is friday. it wasn't me. repeated denials after the scathing anonymous senior official op-ed. calling the op-ed sophomore and they were printed out and rolling in to the president. the white house closer to finding out who the author is. the administration has a dozen names on its list.
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>> melania trump weighing in and calling it cowardly saying he or she is sabotaging the country. she cites the response of the free press. senator rand paul offered this stunning idea. >> i think if you have a security clearance in the white house, i think it would be acceptable to use a lie detector test and ask people if they are talking to the media against the policy of the white house. >> smoke them out. >> lib s -- libertarian rand paul. the president in billings, montana. jim acosta was there. >> reporter: during the rally in front of thousands of supporters, the president said he didn't know who it was, but
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reporters at "the new york times" should investigate who the writer is. here is what he had to say. >> unelected deep state operatives who defy the voters to push their secret agendas are truly a threat to democracy itself. and i was so heartened when i look. people who don't exactly dig us or like me, they are fighting for us. it is a beautiful thing. >> reporter: talks of impeachment are on the president's mind. christine and dave. jim, thank you. breaking overnight. james mattis touching down in afghanistan. he will meet with general austin miller, the new commander of resolute support. mattis also plans to hold talks
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with afghan officials and host a town hall with the troops. senator tom harper of delaware fending off a spirited primary challenge from progressive harris. it wasn't close. carper's voters gave him a 29-point-win. harris may have been doomed by cash strapped campaign. barack obama is ready to get back in the political game according to his advisers. mr. obama planning a rebuke of president trump in the speech today at the university of illinois urbana-champaign. former presidents generally avoid critiquing successors. the government releases the monthly jobs report with the labor market red hot.
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economists expect 187,000 jobs created in august. jobless rate to stay below 4%. wages. that reading has been hovering at 2.7% for years. that is not really very strong wage growth. historically when the labor market gets tight, wages rise significantly as businesses are forced to pay workers more. that has not happened in the recovery. employers added 157,000 jobs in july. if that slowdown continues, it could signal companies are having a tough time finding workers. the economy is so hot, they cannot find people to do the work. that can push the unemployment rate lower. a major shift for the u.s. commitment to syria. the state department envoy to syria says troops should remain until an enduring defeat of
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isis. that could take a long time although the president suggested a more imminent pullout. let's bring in cnn's fred pleitgen live in damascus this morning. fred, good morning. >> reporter: dave, you are right, the developments from washington, d.c. with the u.s. apparently saying they could stay in syria indefinitely until iranian forces get out of syria and isis is defeated in syria. that could be a major development here. one. things, dave, we -- one of the things, dave, we have seen in the syrian conflict is the russians and iranians claim u.s. is a lame duck in the conflict. they know the u.s. at any point in time has the fire power to decisively change the conflict very quickly. at the same time, you have a summit going on in iran and tehran with the leaders of russia, turkey and the iranians trying to hammer out some
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situation around that last rebel held stronghold of idlib. the u.s. warned there can't be a bloodbath or chemical weapons not used or the u.s. would respond. so far, bashar al assad is unfazed. now all eyes are on the leaders in tehran to see whether or not they can stop massive bloodshed. you have 3 million people, civilians, on the ground. you have hard line militias as well. interesting things happening. a big day in the syria conflict. dave. >> it sure is. we are fortunate to have you there. thanks so much, fred pleitgen. meanwhile, back in the nation's capitol, brett kavanaugh can exhale after two days of tough questioning of the senate judiciary committee. he merged with few missteps. we learned one thing during the final day of testimony. cory booker appears to be
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running for president. >> the democratic senator releasing e-mails despite designation as committee confidential in what he called an "i am spartacus" moment. kavanaugh has written he favors race neutral security practices. senator booker calls the decision to release the e-mails an act of civil disobedience. "the wall street journal" writes this doesn't change our opinions about judge kavanaugh and how the senate is willing to defeat a nominee. booker should be tossed off the judiciary committee. more from jessica schneider on capitol hill. >> reporter: dave and christine, the drama began to unfold when
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senator booker said he was willing to risk expulsion by disclosing confidential e-mails. republicans called it a show saying those e-mails had already been released at 4:00 in the morning. five hours before the hearing started. republicans further accused cory booker saying he was disclosing this to advance his possible presidential bid. >> sai'm going to release the e-mail of racial profiling. i understand the penalty comes with ousting of the senate. >> running for president is no excuse for violating the rules of the senate or confidentiality. >> reporter: judge kavanaugh faced hours and hours of grill where he stressed he has nod t d conversations with anyone at the white house about the russia probe. judge kavanaugh tried to clarify a 2003 e-mail. when he wrote in the e-mail not
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all legal scholars believe roe v. wade is binding precedent. judge kavanaugh worked to clarify those comments. he wanted to make sure all legal scholars was a bit too broad and that comment had nothing to do with his personal opinions. dave and christine. thank you. a suspect is in custody following a hostage drama in washington state. outside of tacoma, an armed suspect wearing body armor, walked into a business and took someone hostage as part of the armed robbery attempt. he fired multiple rounds and the suspect was eventually taken into custody. he was hit once in the vest, but did not suffer serious injury. no officers were hurt. are you ready for football? the philadelphia eagles were raisi raising championship banner. 18-12 in a sloppy season opener.
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neither team was impressive. neither quarterback throwing a touchdown. players from both teams on the field during the national anthem. everyone seemed to agree on one thing. nbc needs to rethink the green zone you see on the tv. it was created to show viewers how much yardage is needed for a first down. it did not go over well. fans agree the yellow line already accomplishes that. does it help you, romans? >> i'm accustomed to the yellow line. i know what the yellow line means. i know what is happening. i don't need the green. hollywood mourning the loss of burt reynolds. his career spanning more than half a century. we'll take a look back. gone nos he thinks it smells fine, but his mom smells this... luckily for all your hard-to-wash fabrics... ...there's febreze fabric refresher.
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hollywood mourning the loss of the beloved movie icon.
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burt reynolds. his career spanned 50 years. he broke through with "deliveran "deliverance." he start in his most successful film "smokey and the bandit" alongside sally field. >> you're not fat? >> no bigger than mine. >> do we really want to talk about legs? >> one of us does. >> reynolds had a career comeback in the 1990s capped by his role in the film "boogie nights." sally field said this about reynolds. there are times in your life there are so indelible they never fade away. they stay alive even 40 years later. my years with burt never leave my mind. burt reynolds was 82. the new york attorney
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general issuing subpoenas to all catholic diocese over the investigation of how they reviewed or covered up sexual abuse of minors. this comes weeks after the grand jury report of predator priests in pennsylvania. on thursday, new jersey's attorney general announced a task force of sexual abuse of clergy and cover ups. alex jones and his web site info wars banned by twitter. the move coming one month after silicon valley announced a similar ban. he violated the abusive behavior policy. this ban comes the day after he harassed marco rubio on capitol hill. he warned this is the deep state
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trying to strike back. the motion picture academy rethinking the addition of the popular film category of the oscars. it was supposed to debut in february, but the academy announced it is shelving the award for now. they say implementing it nine months into the year created challenges for films already released in 2018. the academy will seek additional input with the oscar category. important news if you own a ford. 2 million f-150 pickup trucks recalled. we'll tell you why. om washes the dishes.. ...before she puts them in the dishwasher. so what does the dishwasher do? new cascade platinum does the work for you, prewashing and removing stuck-on foods, the first time. wow, that's clean! new cascade platinum. there you are, mom!e me right there. that's you? that's you? that does kinda look like our family. what are you wearing? ancestry now has over 300,000 yearbooks
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one person is under arrest for the stabbing of a presidential candidate in brazil. this attack caught on video. we want to warn you it is disturbing to watch. you can see brazil's front running far right presidential candidate attacked as he is carried through a crowd on shoulders of supporters. he was rushed to the hospital. his son said he could have died in the hospital was further away. he is in stable condition. known as the brazilian trump. he is notorious for racist, sexist and homophobic remarks. ceo les moonves appears to be on the way out. he told confidants about the departure talks. he may be owed $180 million severance package. if he is removed for cause, that
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is not the case. cbs board is offering a package of $100 million of cbs stock. he admitted he made women uncomfortable in the past, but did not hinder anyone's career. ford is recalling f-150 pickup trucks over faulty seatbelt equipment. it could cause carpets in the cabin to catch fire. more than two dozen cases have been reported. about 1.6 million of the trucks affected are in the u.s. the ford f series is the best selling car in the u.s. ford will make the repairs at no cost to customers. serena williams back in the familiar place. in the finals. she won 6-3, 6-0 to reach the
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ninth final at flushing meadows. she will tie margaret kourt for the most finals in tennis history with 24. she is fierce in the tutu. she will face naomi osaka tomorrow. osaka is the first japanese woman to reach a grand slam final. that will be highly anticipated match. the president going off. blaming quote unelected deep state operatives for the critical op-ed from his administration. one senator suggesting lie detector tests to root out the author.
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even liberals that hate me say that's terrible what they did. >> president trump venting after the op-ed that targeted his presidency. after a day of denials, how close is the white house to finding the mystery author? u.s. troops could be in syria much longer than expected. russia, meanwhile, warning the u.s. american troops could come under attack. cnn is live in damascus. the jobs report comes out this morning. just a few hours away. and twitter says enough is enough for alex jones. the conspiracy and hate peddler is out. booted from the social platform. repeated denials from the scathing op-ed from the senior
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official in the new york times. top members of the administration denying auth authorship calling it deceitful and moronic. the president reading the denials and having them printed out and delivered to him. the white house closer to finding out who the author is. the administration has a dozen names on its list. >> melania trump weighing in and calling it cowardly saying he or she is sabotaging the country. she cited the importance of the free press. senator rand paul offered this stunning idea. >> i think if you have a security clearance in the white house, i think it would be acceptable to use a lie detector test and ask people if they are talking to the media against the policy of the white house. >> an idea from a civil libertarian. the president in billings, montana.
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we have cnn's jim acosta there. >> reporter: president trump weighed in on the op-ed in the new york times reportedly from the senior official. saying that is part of the resistance. during the rally in front of supporters, the president said he did not know who it was, but reporters at "the new york times" shut -- should investigate who the writer of the op-ed is. >> unelected deep state operatives who defy the voters to push their secret agendas are truly a threat to democracy itself. and i was so heartened when i look. seriously, people that don't exactly dig us and don't exactly like me, they're fighting for us. it is a beautiful thing. >> reporter: talks of impeachment are on the president's mind. the democrats are talking to congress and looking to impeach
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him in january. dave and christine. >> jim acosta, thank you. a shift for the u.s. commitment in syria. troops should remain until there is an enduring defeat of isis. that could take a long time. although the president has suggested a more imminent pullout. let's bring in cnn's fred pleitgen joining us live from damascus on a pivotal time there. fred, good morning. >> reporter: absolutely. could be pivotal, dave. we saw the policy shift by the u.s. they want to get out of syria by the end of the year, but could be there indefinitely until isis is defeated and they want iranians leave all together. it could pit the u.s. against russia with the offensive and last rebel stronghold. u.s. with a passive role and
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warning the russians and syrian government that chemical weapons cannot be used. so far, the warnings have not been heeded by the russians or syrians. they are gearing up for the offensive. you have the summit in the iranian capital with the turks and iranians as well. those sides will try to prevent major bloodshed from happening. very difficult to see how that will be done. russians saying this last place called idlib province is a terrorism province. there are jihadist group there is and affiliations with al qaeda. a situation heating up. a possible conflict with u.s. and russia is something that could be in the cards in the future. especially with the u.s. seemingly getting tougher on syria all together. dave. >> great reporting, fred. thank you. breaking overnight. defense secretary james mattis touching down in afghanistan.
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he will meet with general austin miller. the new commander of resolute support of u.s. forces. during the unannounced visit, he will meet with officials and host a town hall with the troops. score one for the democratic establishme establishment. senator tom carper of delaware fending off a spirited primary challenge from progressive harris. it wasn't close. carper's voters gave him a 29-point-win. harris may have been doomed by cash strapped campaign. barack obama is ready to get off the sidelines and back in the game according to advisers. mr. obama planning a rebuke of president trump in the speech today at the university of illinois urbana-champaign. the president will be more poignant of what is at stake.
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former presidents generally avoid critiquing successors. just how hot is the jobs market? the government releases the jobs report this morning. economists expect 187,000 jobs created in august. the jobless rate expected to stay below 4%. we want to see wage growth. hovering around 2.7% for years. that is not much of a raise for american workers. historically when the labor market is this tight, wages rise significantly. that hasn't happened yet in the recovery. a couple of points. there are millions of open jobs. more than 6 million open jobs. near a record high. blame a shortage of skilled workers for that. analysts from goldman sachs say the tariffs may have delayed hiring. august is also typically a sleepy month for job growth. the bureau may not fully account for seasonal factors.
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brett kavanaugh can exhale after two days of tough questioning. the supreme court nominee left with few missteps over the confirmation hearing. we learned one thing with the final day of testimony. cor yer cor yerks book -- cory booker is running for president. >> the democratic senator releasing e-mails despite designation as committee confidential in what he called an "i am spartacus" moment. kavanaugh has written he favors race neutral security practices. senator booker calls the decision to release the e-mails an act of civil disobedience. >> reporter: dave and christine, the drama began to unfold when senator booker said he was willing to risk expulsion by disclosing confidential e-mails. republicans called it a show saying those e-mails had already been released at 4:00 in the morning. five and a half hours before
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this hearing began. republicans further accused cory booker saying he was disclosing this to advance his possible presidential bid. >> i'm going to release the e-mail of racial profiling. i understand the penalty comes with potential ousting from the senate. >> running for president is no excuse for violating the rules of the senate or confidentiality of the documents we are privy to. >> reporter: judge kavanaugh faced hours and hours of grill -- grilling where he stressed he has not had conversations with anyone at the white house about the russia probe. judge kavanaugh tried to clarify a 2003 e-mail. when he wrote in the e-mail not all legal scholars believe roe v. wade is binding precedent. judge kavanaugh worked to clarify those comments. saying he only wanted to make sure all legal scholars was a
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bit too broad and that comment had nothing to do with his personal opinions. dave and christine. thank you. breaking news overnight. a suspect is in custody following a hostage drama in washington state. outside of tacoma, an armed suspect wearing body armor, walked into a business and took someone hostage as part of the armed robbery attempt. the suspect fired multiple rounds and the police surrounded the suspect. the suspect was eventually taken into custody. he was hit once in the vest, but did not suffer serious injury. no officers were hurt. the philadelphia eagles are back raising the championship banner. 18-12 in a sloppy season opener. neither team was impressive. neither quarterback throwing a touchdown. players from both teams on the field during the national anthem. everyone seemed to agree on one thing. nbc needs to rethink the green
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zone created to show viewers how much yardage was needed for a first down. we agree that the yellow line was effective at demonstrating exactly that. a sloppy season opener for two teams that you could see in the super bowl. didn't look like it. >> i love the graphics. i love the new stuff. watching football today is cooler than when we were kids. i don't need the green thing. >> we don't need 9:00 eastern time starts. we can't see the kickoff. hollywood is mourning the loss of burt reynolds this morning. the actor's career spanned more than half a century. we will look back next. they have businesses to grow customers to care for lives to get home to they use stamps.com print discounted postage for any letter any package any time right from your computer all the amazing services of the post office only cheaper get our special tv offer
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a book that you're ready to share with the world? get published now, call for your free publisher kit today! hollywood mourning the loss of the beloved movie icon. actor burt reynolds. >> we get connected with this body and the law. this thing will be hanging over
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us. >> reynolds career spanned more than 50 years. he broke through with "deliverance." he became hollywood's biggest box office draw in the '70s and '80s and with this film "smokey and the bandit" alongside sally field. >> they're not fat. >> bigger than mine sglchb. >> do we really want to talk about legs? >> one of us does. >> sally field said this about her on an off screen actor. there are times in your life that are so indelible that they never fade away. the new york attorney general issuing subpoenas to
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every catholic diocese in the state. all eight as part of the investigation of how they reviewed and possibly covered up the allegations of sexual abuse of minors. this comes weeks after the pennsylvania grand jury detailed decades of abuse of predator priests. the church officials are eager to cooperate. on thursday, the new jersey attorney general announced a task force to investigate abuse by clergy and any cover ups. alex jones and his web site info wars banned by twitter. the move coming a month after several other silicon valley sites announced a ban. this is based on the actions and tweets that violated the company's abusive behavior policy. this comes one day after he confronted senator marco rubio. this is outside in the hallway. >> don't touch me, man.
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>> jones posted a video claiming this is the deep state striking back and really pressuring the tech firms to censor. at least three men killed in a shooting in downtown cincinnati. the suspected gunman died at the scene. shot multiple times as officers approached. cincinnati's mayor saying the incident should frighten us all. >> this is not normal. it shouldn't be viewed as normal. this is abnormal. no other industrialed counc ein has this many shootings on a daily basis. >> the police chief says they are looking into mental health issues. a former trainer who worked with disgraced larry nassar is facing child sexual assault charges. debbie van horn will be arraigned in houston. she was arrested at the houston
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airport after getting off the flight from china. van horn and nassar were indicted in june on sexual assault charges at the karolyi ranch. she will defend her name and reputation. the motion picture academy rethinking the addition of the popular film category at the oscars. the academy announced thursday it is shelving the award for now. they say implementing it nine months in the year creates a challenge for films already released in 2018. the academy will seek additional input on the category. the next amazon order may be delivered by amazon. we will tell you about the big truck order beefing up the amazon fleet when we get a check on cnn money next.
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this wi-fi is fast. i know! i know! i know! i know! when did brian move back in? brian's back? he doesn't get my room. he's only going to be here for like a week. like a month, tops. oh boy. wi-fi fast enough for the whole family is simple, easy, awesome. in many cultures, young men would stay with their families until their 40's. one person under arrest for the stabbing of a presidential candidate in brazil. this attack caught on video. we want to warn you it is disturbing to watch. you see the brazil frontrunner far right presidential candidate is attacked as he is carried through a crowd on the shoulders
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of supporters. he was rushed to the hospital. his son said he could have died in the hospital was farther away. he is in stable condition. he is known as the brazilian trump. he is known for racist and sexist remarks. cbs chief les moonves appears to be on the way out. he talked to a friend about the departure talks. he may be owed $180 million in severance, but removed for cause, that is not the case. the cbs board is offering a p k package of $100 million of cbs stock. he made women uncomfortable in the past, but he said he never used his position to hinder anyone's career. ford is recalling f-150 pickup trucks because of a faulty seatbelt issue which caused fires. it could ignite carpets in the
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truck. nearly two dozen cases have been reported, but no known acciden s or injuries are reported. the ford f series is the best selling car in the u.s. serena williams back in the familiar place. the u.s. open final. she beat the number 19 seed 6-3, 6-0. serena won this tournament six times. one more and she ties the record for most singles grand slam titles. she will face naomi osaka. she is the first japanese woman to reach a grand slam final. the northeast is expected to finally get a break from the unbearable heat as we keep an eye on the hurricane churning off the tropics that could affect the u.s. cnn meteorologist derek van dam
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has the forecast. >> good morning, dave and christine. if you like fall, you will love the forecast. big changes across the northeast. temperatures running 15 to 25 degrees cooler than yesterday's high temperatures. yesterday, 97 in boston. today, high of 73. similar conditions for new york and other locations across new england. daytime highs for chicago, 71. compared to atlanta, 89. hot across the southwest. this is all thanks to a cold front that is draped across the east coast helping to cool the temperatures and bring taste of fall. inland and you see the precipitation associated with the system and low pressure that continues to churn across the midwest. we have flood watches in effect from the ohio valley to the mississippi valley. look out for heavy rainfall for the course of the day today. we are watching an active tropical weather across the atlantic. of course, we have a few waves
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moving off the west coast of africa. we are monitoring the progress of tropical storm florence. back to you. that's your weather. here is your money this friday morning. u.s. stock futures holding pattern ahead of the jobs report. a big slide in tech. concerns about trade have weighed on the market. if you have been checking your portfolio, it is ugly. european stocks are mixed. asian stocks closed well. twitter concerns. the stock has tumbled 12% in the past couple days. erasing big gains from august. investors are worried about future regulation and the company's ability to fight misinformation. twitter is dropped as modest compared to bit coycoin. it dropped 20% in the past two days. other cryptocurrencies have
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plunged. goldman sachs may drop plans to launch a cryptocurrency trading desk. goldman sachs says it has not made a firm decision about b bitcoin or other cryptocurrency. the hope is other banks would jump into cryptocurrency and that would legitimize them. amazon is 20,000 steps closer to delivering its own packages. it is ordering 20,000 sprinter vans. each is painted dark blue and the prime arrow logo. this is a big leap of 5,000 vans. in july, amazon will recruit people to launch small delivery companies to deliver packages locally. it says tens of thousands of people applied. amazon declined to name start your own business. >> former nfl player.
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i want to know more about that. "early start" continues right now. even liberals that hate me say that's terrible what they did. >> president trump venting after the op-ed that targeted his presidency. after a day of denials, how close is the white house to finding the mystery author? u.s. troops could be in syria much longer than expected. this as russia warns the u.s. american troops could come under attack. cnn is live in damascus. and twitter says enough is enough for alex jones. the conspiracy peddler is booted from twitter. and the nfl is back. >> no touchdown passes. >> you probably did not see it. welcome to "early start." i'm christine romans.
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>> 9:00 games have to go. i'm dave briggs. it is 5:00 a.m. in the east. full on bart simpson. i didn't do it. it wasn't me. repeated denials from the allies from the op-ed from the senior official in "the new york times." top officials denying writing it and calling it deceitful. we are told the president was reading the denials and having them delivered to him. the white house is closer to figuring out the author. the white house citing an outside adviser which has a dozen names on the list. >> melania trump weighing in and calling it cowardly saying he or she is sabotaging the country. she cited the importance of the free press. senator rand paul offered this idea. >> i think if you have a security clearance in the white house, i think it would be acceptable to use a lie detector

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