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and the position -- he has been put in and the position we are in and all of the cross roads. >> folds supported bernie sanders in the 2016 election. he is a member of the unhinged left by the senate committee for performing at a fund-raiser for the tennessee former democratic governor who is running for the state's open senate seat. >> he is doing well in the polling. sin chocynthia nixon. placing the bagel order. the candidate for new york governor, ordered a bagel at the deli. she did not stop. she added red onion, capers, tomatoes and lox. nixon telling reporters not to knock it until they try it.
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don't yuck my yum. >> new yorkers take their bagels seriously. cinnamon raisin is for cream cheese. independent woman. >> try it here on the show. a check of cnn money. relief on the u.s. stocks. a four-day losing streak snapped. dow fell a bit. asian stocks are higher on news of the possible second meeting with trump and kim jong-un. watch shares of apple and companies that supply apple parts. the drop happened after apple should shift production to the united states according to the president. and the apple ceo tim cook is expected to announce a new set of the iphone x and fancy
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features could be expanded to other phones. apple is expected to remove the physical home button. those features could be replaced with swiping gestures. you could see hardware on the apple watch. possibly an update on wireless headphones. tesla bonds implodinmplodin. plunged to a record low friday. traded for 86 cents on the dollar. more than $9 billion of tesla debt is scheduled to mature before 2025. elon musk is ramping up model 3 production which could take pressure off the company. the stock price plunged 29% from the day musk tweeted about a go private plan. this is despite a 6% rebound on monday. a lot of news. tesla is in the news. a lot of pressure. >> particularly on the podcasts
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with joe rogan. "early start" continues right now. more than 1 million people ordered to evacuate as hurricane florence approaches. we have the latest forecast from the national hurricane center. the white house on guard ahead of the release of bob woodward's book today. trying to say it is business as usual as they hunt for sources. and president trump's approval rating sinks. among a new low among political independents. welcome to "early start." i'm christine romans. >> i'm dave briggs. tuesday, september 11th. president trump will start the day in shanksville, pennsylvania, but then president trump on hurricane preps. millions waiting for the monster storm. hurricane florence expected to hit thursday night as a category four. that means sustained winds near 140 miles per hour with higher
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gusts. florence is expected to strengthen tonight and possibly to a category five. it is forecast to slow down once it comes ashore increasing heavy rain and flooding. >> to get a sense of how strong florence is here, look at the satellite imagery. notice the eye which is a signal of the organized storm. we have meteorologist pedram javaheri joining us with the hurricane forecast. they will update us now until landfall. i'm hearing comparisons to hugo. >> absolutely. the best comparison we have as far as proximity to landfall in 1989. the strength of the storm is comparable to that storm. we have hurricane watches along coastal south carolina to the border of virginia and same for storm surge watches issued across the region. everything else is the same. category four.
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140-mile-an-hour sustained winds and storm pushing north and north/northwest at 15 miles per hour. here we go. water temperatures from here forward will continue to get warmer. you need water temperatures of 82 degreess farn fight -- fahreo maintain that system. the rapid intensification in place. from a category one to category four. we looked carefully where it will end up. consistently is the name of the game pinpointing south carolina and north carolina and virginia. at this point, the latest models bring this in some time into the overnight hours. thursday into early friday morning. coming in as category four somewhere around coastal regions of north carolina to wilmington and cape hatteras.
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the spaghetti models in wilmington there is the best likelihood for landfall. when you look at the comparison of the models. we go to the american and european models. american in red. european in blue. very similar as far as where they are lined up here going into the overnight hours of thursday. notice once they make landfall, both models have it hover for a day or more. that is when it becomes a dangerous scenario with the rainfall amounts of 20 or more inches on the coastal communities and the storm surge with high tide on thursday night at 11:00 p.m. 20 feet in areas. abo above normal sea level. it could decimate the coastal communities. >> pedram, thank you. 1 million people could hit the roads today as mandatory evacuations are in effect for coastal areas in states directly in the path of florence. united, delta and spirit and
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american offering travel waivers in the storm's trajectory. president trump declaring a state of emergency for north carolina and south carolina ahead of the anticipated landfall. we have cnn's martin savidge with more. >> reporter: the mandatory evacuation goes into effect here in a while. you can see the waves rolling in here and the locals say that is not how they typically come in. that suggests something is lurking over the horizon here. the people enjoying it most, you see, are the surfers as they go out to ride. there was an emergency meeting of the community last night and they really were using very strong language. they were saying this storm coming this way and it is expected to come this way is perhaps the strongest they have ever seen here. it certainly is the strongest they felt since 1954 and
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hurricane hazel. let me show you what they fear may happen. it is the storm surge. everyone knows about that. water that is pushed ahead of the storm that comes ashore. see these berms? they run along the beach here. they go, well, for as far as the eye can see. the water is expected to go over the berms which are 12-feet high. the storm surge is expected to be 13 feet or more. in the marina, the water level is expected to be nine feet above the ground. that is why the manndatory evacuation order is in effect. they hope everyone is getting off the island by 8:00 p.m. wednesday because that is when the tropical-force winds are expected here. they are worried. dave and christine. >> 8:00 p.m. wednesday. martin, thank you.
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president trump pushing back on claims made in bob woodward's new book. echoed in "the new york times" op-ed. the white house repeating the president's call for the justice department to investigate the identity of the unidentified opinion writer citing national security concerns. >> if that individual is in meetings that were national security is being discussed or other important topics and they attempting to undermine the executive branch, that is problematic. >> sanders says lie detectors are not being considered to unmask the author. the press secretary taking aim at "fear" which comes out today which is predicting chaos in the west wing. she claims the journalist was reckless. >> a number of people have come out and said that woodward never reached out to corroborate statements attributed to them which seems incredibly reckless for a book to make such outrageous claims. >> woodward's book is in its seventh printing. and printing 1 million copies to
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keep up with demand. woodward appeared on "the late show" last night talking about the claims in the book. >> these are people who are trying to survive and keep their jobs. look, i know other reporters who heard things from those people and they heard the exact same thing and it was off the record so they couldn't use it. when i did the reporting for this book, no off the record. >> we get more this morning from cnn's jeff zeleny at the white house. >> reporter: christine and dave, at the first press briefing at the white house in 17 days, sarah sanders have been asked so many questions about the two anonymous accounts that really have been shaking the white house up here offering deep
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portraits of dysfunction inside the west wing. bob woodward's book released today and the op-ed in "the new york times." sanders is not focused on finding the author, but focused on the matter at hand and change the subject and move on. the president hasn't gotten that memo. he has been focused, we are told, in finding out who this person is here. we also saw an extraordinary comment over the weekend from the vice president. saying he would submit to the lie detector test. i asked sarah sanders this question. >> do you know if the president believes these denials from the top advisers or does he believe it is someone from within? does he believe that lie detector test should be issued as the vice president volunteered to do? >> no lie detectors are used for or talked about as a possibility or looked at as a possibility. frankly, the white house and the staff here are focused on doing our jobs. not deal with cowards that refuse to put their names on an anonymous letter.
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>> reporter: the white house is trying to put the name on the mystery rather than the substance behind the anonymous accounts. substance of the fact that top aides are trying to keep the president from harming the country in some respects through strange impulses that he has had. clearly the white house is trying to turn the page beyond this, but the president has fueled it himself. we will see if that continues. the president will fly to shanksville, pennsylvania, for a brief stop to mark 9/11 and coming back to the white house having a meeting as well about hurricane planning and preparation. it is still the two anonymous accounts shaking the white house that creates a deep sense of parano paranoia. dave and christine. >> thank you, jeff. as jeff mentioned, the president is headed to shanksville, pennsylvania to commemorate the 17th anniversary of the attacks.
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vice president pence will attend a ceremony at washington, d.c. he will attend a ceremony at ground zero with a moment of silence to remember each tower which has fallen. something we remember every year. they will continue the tradition of reading the names of the victims. a sharp drop in president's approval rating. down six points in the last month. reaching a new low among independents. 36% approve how the president is handling his job. 58% disapprove. he is doing worse among independents. 31% approve. a plunge of six points in a month. he is faring about one-third of those polled say he is honest. only 32% say they are proud to have mr. trump as their president. time for an early start on your money. the white house struggles about the economy. the president mucking up the
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message with false information about how strong the economy is. forcing his top economist to come out and contradict the boss. the bad information. the gdp rate is higher than the unemployment rate for the first time in 100 years. that is not true. it happened 62 or 63 times. at the white house press briefing, kevin hasset has cleaned tclean clea cleaned it up. >> it has happened in the last ten years. we are grateful when the press finds mistakes. we are grateful when they are pointed out because we want to correct them. >> you are welcome. there is not much gratitude. by the way, it has been since 2006. it is 12 years. what is 20% among friends. with 56 days to midterms, the economy is a strong selling point for the president's
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agenda. can they stay on it or does the personality get in the way of the data? >> a fascinating dichotomy. we talk to julian zelizer this morning. ahead, new details of the young man shoot and killed in his own apartment by an off-duty police officer. that officer charged with manslaughter. can i get some help. watch his head. ♪ i'm so happy. ♪ whatever they went through, they went through together. welcome guys. life well planned. see what a raymond james financial advisor can do for you.
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about 100 people took to the streets demanding guyger face murder charges. right now the 30-year-old is charged with manslaughter. new details in guyger's arrest affidavit. she claims she mistook jean's fourth floor apartment for her own apartment one floor below. she claims she used her key fob to open it. the door was open when she tried to use her key card. she saw jean's silhouette and pulled her service weapon. she yelled commands and shot him when he did not comply. of course, he was in his apartment. ed lavandera has more from dallas. >> reporter: dave and christine, the mother of the 26-year-old man who was shot and killed by a dallas police officer in his own apartment says she simply wants to know why and how all of this could have happened. there is still much confusion and very few answers as to what transpired when dallas police officer amber guyger said she mistakenly walked into botham
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hurricane florence barrelling toward the eastern
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seaboard. over 1 million people under manndatory evacuation as the category four storm approaches. and bob woodward's book released today and the white house says it is over it. and dismal news for the president. the approval rating sinking. lowest among independents since elected. very good numbers on the economy. as you might expect. welcome back to "early start." i'm dave briggs. >> i'm christine romans. 34 minutes past the hour. millions on the east coast waiting for the monster storm here. hurricane florence expected to hit north carolina thursday night as a category four. sustained winds near 140 miles per hour with higher gusts. florence is expected to strengthen tonight to a catastrophic category five. it is expected to slow down once it hit shores. that means heavy rain and flooding. >> to get a sense of how strong
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florence is check out the satellite/radar imagery from the atlantic. the video released by nasa within the hour. incredible. look at that eye. meteorologist pedram javaheri joins us from the cnn weather center with the new hurricane forecast. >> good morning. we are watching the storm carefully here. the update at 5:00 showing little change as far as the magnitude and strength of the storm. sitting as a category four. we have a hurricane watch on the coastal reegions of carolinas ad virginia. storm storm surge issued along the -- storm surge warnings issued along the area. it will get into the upper 80s for friday morning. here is what we are looking at for friday morning. still targeting south carolina and north carolina and
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potentially virginia. notice as the storm makes landfall, it will slow down tremendously and that makes for a heavy rainmaker. when you look at history and what storms of similar magnitude made landfall, hugo, which came ashore september 22nd, 1989. left over 100,000 people homeless. florence on the similar track. it could slow down which brings in additional heavy rainfall. up to 20 inches. guys. >> thank you, mandatory evacuations in states directly in the path of hurricane florence. united, delta, american, southwest, are offering travel waiver waivers. go do that now. they are giving advisories for airports in the storm's trajectory. president trump approving a state of emergency declaration ahead of the landfall.
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cnn's martin savidge has more. >> reporter: good morning, dave and christine. the mandatory evacuation goes into effect in a short while along the beach here. no real sign of the storm, but when you look at the water. the waves are rolling in here and the locals say that is not how they typically come in. that is suggesting something is lurking over the horizon here. the people enjoying it the most is the surfers as they go out to ride. there was an emergency meeting last night in the community. they were using strong language. saying this storm coming this way and it is expected to come this way is perhaps the strongest they have ever seen here. it certainly is the strongest they felt since 1954 and hurricane hazel. let's show what you they fear may happen. it is the storm surge. everyone knows about that. the water pushed ahead of the storm that comes ashore. see these berms. they run along the beach here.
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they go as long as the eye can see. the water is expected to go over the berms. they are 12 feet high. the storm surge is expected to be 13 feet or more . in the marina, the water level is expected to be nine feet above the ground. that is why the manndatory evacuation os evacuation order is going into effect. they want everyone off the island 8:00 p.m. wednesday. they are worried. dave and christine. >> thank you, martin. president trump pushing back on claims made in bob woodward's new book. echoed in "the new york times" op-ed. the white house repeating the president's call for the justice department to investigate the identity of the unidentified
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opinion writer citing national security concerns. >> if that individual is in meetings that were national security is being discussed or other important topics and they attempting to undermine the executive branch, that is problematic. >> she said something interesting. she said lie detector tests are not used to unmask the author. the bob woodward book is released today and she claims the journalist was reckless. >> a number of people have come out and said that woodward never reached out to corroborate statements attributed to them which seems incredibly reckless for a book to make such outrageous claims. >> in the meantime, woodward's publisher, simon & schuster will print 1 million copies to keep up with demand. woodward appeared on "the late show" last night talking about the claims in the book.
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>> these are people who are trying to survive and keep their jobs. i know reporters who heard things from those people and they heard the exact same thing and it was off the record so they could not use it. when i did the reporting for this book, no off the record. >> we get more this morning from cnn's jeff zeleny at the white house. >> reporter: christine, press -- christine and dave, at the first press conference at the white house in the last 17 days, we heard from sarah sanders who was asked so many questions about the two anonymous accounts that really have been shaking the white house offering deep portraits of dysfunction inside the west wing. bob woodward's book released
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today and the op-ed in "the new york times." sanders is not focused on finding the author, but focused on the matter at hand and change the subject and move on. the president hasn't gotten that memo. he has been focused, we are told, in finding out who this person is here. we also saw an extraordinary comment over the weekend from the vice president. saying he would submit to the lie detector test. i asked sarah sanders this question. >> do you know if the president believes these denials from the top advisers or does he believe it is someone from within? does he believe that lie detector test should be issued as the vice president volunteered to do? >> no lie detectors are used or talked about or looked at as a possibility. frankly, the white house and the staff here are focused on doing our jobs. not deal with cowards that refuse to put their names on an anonymous letter. >> reporter: the white house is trying to put the name on the mystery rather than the substance behind the anonymous accounts.
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substance of the fact that top aides are trying to keep the president from harming the country in some respects through what they call these strange impulses he has had. clearly the white house is trying to turn the page beyond this, but the president has fueled it himself. we will see if that continues. the president will fly to shanksville, pennsylvania, for a brief stop to mark 9/11 and coming back to the white house having a meeting as well about hurricane planning and preparation. it is still the two anonymous accounts shaking the white house that creates a deep sense of paranoia. dave and christine. >> as jeff mentioned, the president is headed to shanksville, pennsylvania to commemorate the 17th anniversary of the attacks. at ground zero, moments of silence to remember each tower
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which has fallen which we remember every year. they will continue the tradition of reading the names of the victims. i can't believe it's been 17 years. >> still one of those moments which was very emotional for you. you were here. you were not far from ground zero. still fresh. elsewhere, a sharp drop in president trump's approval rating in the cnn poll. just 36% say they approve of how the president is handling his job. down six points in the last month. 58% disapprove. he is doing worse among independents. 31% approve. a plunges of 16 points in a -- a plunge of 16 points in a month. only one-third of those polls say he cares about them. 36% approve how the president is handling his job. 58% disapprove. he is doing worse among independents.
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31% approve. a plunge of six points in a month. he is faring about one-third of those polled say he is honest. only 32% say they are proud to have mr. trump as their president. >> joining us is julian zelizer. he quoted james carville recently. why isn't everything doing better? >> it is the way he conducts himself. the family separation at the border which is divided. it is keeping him down. he is a president working hard to overcome the biggest political asset that a president could ever hope to achieve. a booming economy. >> i find it impossible to believe a president with that number on the economy is at 36%. we hope the polling is fixed from 2016. we will find out. you write about american democracy. can't fix itself for "the atlantic." you say this. this is the question on the ticket.
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a voter prioritizing a real check on the white house or willing to continue tolerating the risks incurred from one party government under trump. what are the risks? >> look, we now have seen many. if all of the accounts are to be believed "the new york time -- from" the -- ". we also have a risk as we see with this congress of a congress that is not willing to do anything. even when its own members are outraged by the actions of the white house. the only real solution in the short-term is a check. a check on the president. that will come with the divided government. >> remarkable. is that moment then the midte s midterms? >> people talk about the 25th amendment and impeach. t -- impeachment. but the real issue on the table
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is the election and the democratic control. the check to the system. >> here is what sarah sanders said about the 25th amendment. you saw elizabeth warren who talked about it this week. here is what the press secretary says. >> the fact that it is actually honestly discussed is ridiculous and frankly insulting to the nearly 62 million people that came out and overwhelmingly supported this president. voted for him and supported his agenda and are watching and cheering on as he successfully implements that agenda every single day. >> there could be a risk on the left for those saying 25th amendment. remove the president from office for basically mental inn capacity. that could be -- incapacity. that could be a risk for the left? >> this is the cabinet moving to get rid of the president because they are not fit for office.
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now all of a sudden you have president pence. the fear for democrats is that is going too far. rely on other mechanisms like midterms or impeachment depending on the mueller report. with the poll numbers we are seeing, if they are accurate, a lot of the public is not far off from the discussions we are seeing. >> that is for another day. today the president is in shanksville talking about 9/11. perhaps trying to unite the country. you are a professor at princeton. most of your students have no memory of 9/11. what do you want them to remember on this day? >> what i want them to remember, not the politics of the horrible event that happened, but what happened and what it felt like in this country. i start my class on that always by showing five minutes of the compilation of the news that morning. starting with the weather report and when everything seemed great in new york to the aftermath of the attacks.
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i think students, 17 years later, don't remember that. they don't remember what 9/11 meant and that's what i want them to feel. it changed the country. >> that picture of september 14th, iconic picture. i was on the floor of the new york stock exchange when it tanked with john mccain and hillary clinton and mayor and governor. it was a bipartisan face. a moment that does not exist today. bipartisan unity. >> it was a moment unfortunately. it wasn't the permanent response to what happened. >> terrific you start your class was that message. thank you. there are major debt concerns for electric carmaker tesla. we have the update with the check of cnn money next. smoothing haircare from whole blends.
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