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the president's commitment is to defend the nation and he will do it with or without congress. >> the president doubts lawmakers will reach an acceptable deal on border wall funding. the shutdown is over, could another one be less in an thrth weeks away. >> we have foreign powers infecting the white house like malware. >> kamala harris kicks off her 2020 campaign, but will a former starbucks executive play spil spoiler. roger stone won't rule out
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cooperating with robert mueller. what is the next domino to fall in the russia probe. and the interim president in venezuela in talks to oust nicolas maduro who is blaming the u.s. for the upheaval. ♪ and why the highly anticipated live tv production of rent was mostly on tape, hence the trending hashtag at 4:01 a.m. eastern time rent not live. good morning and welcome to "early start." >> it was never going to be live for me because i'd be asleep. i'm christine romans. it is monday, january 28. let's start with the shutdown. 800,000 federal workers back on the job today, but even with a deal to end the record length 35 day shutdown, huge issues remain. lengthy backlogs, looming deadlines and a gigantic bureaucratic reboot. the u.s. economy recovering from an estimated $6 billion hit,
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slightly more than the amount the president wanted to build that wall. and the clock ticking down toward a new deadline, now just 18 days away. >> even the president himself less than optimistic, telling the "wall street journal" he doubts lawmakers will reach a deal over new border wall funding that he will accept. he told the "journal" another shutdown is certainly an option. and he will build the wall anyway using emergency powers if necessary. acting white house chief of staff mick mulvaney also saying as much earlier sunday. >> is the president really prepared to shut down the government again in three weeks? >> yeah, i think he actually is. keep in mind he is willing to do whatever it takes to secure the border. but at the end of the day, the president's commitment is to defend the nation and he will do it either with or without congress. >> president trump also dismissing the suggestion he offered protection for d.r.e.a.m.ers in exchange for border wall funding. he told the "journal" is that is
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a separate subject at a separate time. but senate republicans are not in the mood for more. >> i don't think shutdowns are good leverage. it is a lesson i've certainly learned in my time here. there has been two shutdowns since the time i've been there and the aggressor in neither one was at winner. >> shutdowns are never a good policy, they are never to be used as a means to achieve any kind of goal. i think what will happen is that the efforts to continue to build physical barriers, which have gone on in the last two administrations, will continue but not to the degree that the president has requested. >> over the weekend the president was scorched by some conservative pundits who said he caved to democrats by reopening the government without wall funding. ann coulter called the president a, quote, wimp. he responded telling the "wall street journal" i hear she's become very loss thostile.
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maybe i didn't return her phone call or something. camekamala harris officiall kicking off her campaign. >> we must answer a fundamental question. who are we? who are we as americans? america, we are better than this. when we have foreign powers infecting the white house like malwa malware, let's speak that truth. >> on sunday, former starbucks ceo howard schultz announced he is seriously considering a run for the white house as a centrist independent.
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>> we're living at a most fragile time. not only the fact that this president is not qualified to be the president, but the fact that both parties are consistently not doing what is necessary on behalf of the american people. and are engaged every single day in revenge politics. >> schultz, a lifetime democrat. there are concerns the party, he could peel off votes from the eventual nominee though. huali hualijulian castro says schultzd give the president the best hope of getting reelected. meantime jeff zeleny reports hillary clinton is not totally giving up on her oval office aspirations. she is telling people she's not closing the door. but a close friend also tells zell a jeff zeleny it would surprise me greatly if she actually did it. and the first major television event of the 2020 race, ckamala harris joining jake tapper tonight 10:00 eastern time right
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here on cnn. roger stone appears to be leaving himself a little wiggle room when itcoopera cooperating with robert mueller. he was arrested at his home friday morning by fbi agents. he faces charges of obstruction, witness tampering, five counts of lying to congress. the special counsel's indictments was the first time alleged people close to the president coordinated with stone as he sought out e-mails from wikileaks. they argued publicity would increase the risk of him destroying evidence, an argument stone rejects. >> i've been under investigation for two years. i've destroyed nothing. but if i were going to destroy evidence, wouldn't i have done it a long time ago? they could shrimp hakocould simy lawyers and i would have turned myself in. >> president's supporters quick to point out the charges don't
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include any charges against the trump campaign. but the lies came before and after the election in public and in private. the question is why. stone will be arraigned tomorrow in washington. here is jessica schneider with more. >> reporter: dave and christine, ronlg ger stone has been making media rounds all before i gets to the courthouse tuesday and before he appears before the same judge who is also ov overseeing paul manafort and rick gates' cases. so perhaps roger stone is trying to get the last word in before any possible gag order. but roger sten leaving the door open to cooperation with robert mueller and also saying he would tell the truth about his communications with donald trump which he says never involved anything about russia. now, of course roger stone was indicteded thursday and arrested in that early morning fbi raid friday at at his home in ft. lauderdale and he faces seven
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counts including obstruction, witness tampering and false 125i789 statements to congress. here is what he said when the possibility of testifying for the special counsel investigation. >> any chance you will cooperate with robert mueller if he asks? >> you know, that is a question that i would have to determine after my attorneys have some discussion. if there is wrongdoing by other people in the campaign that i know about, which i know of none, but if there is, i would certainly testify honestly. i'd also testify honestly about any other matter including any communications with the president. it is true that we spoke on the phone, but those communications are political in nature,are ben about russia. >> reporter: also stone says he has never discussed the possibility of a pardon with the president. and of course he continues to maintain that he is insinocent d stands by his contention that
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there was never any collusion with russia. christine and dave. >> jessica, thank you. meanwhile on the international front, efforts under way inside venezuela to force out nicolas maduro. juan guaido telling the "washington post" he is negotiating with military and civilian officials right now. so far maduro's defense minister and other top blast are vowing their allegiance to him. maduro blames a u.s.-led coup for the upheaval. john bolton is warning any violence against u.s. personnel or guaido will be viewed by the u.s. as a grave assault on the rule of law. he says it will be met with a, quote, signature response. meanwhile the deadly protests we witnessed last week in venezuela could glow in the days ahead. s
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in caracas. >> reporter: yesterday juan guaido called for new protests for this wednesday and the following saturday. again venezuela will take on the streets to demand fresh and fair elections and to demand the resignation of nicolas maduro. at the same time both leaders, both nicolas maduro and juan guaido, on sunday pitching to the military to lure them to join them on their side. and while maduro demanded loyalty to the fatherland and to his rule to his troops, juan guaido promised amnesty and pardon for those troops who will effectively defect mr. maduro and switch sides to the opposition. and with new protests set for this week and yet another complete international dimension around these crises, the pressure on nicolas maduro is only going to increase. christine, dave. >> thank you for that.
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the president's commitment is to defend the nation and he will do it with or without congress. >> the president doubts lawmakers will reach an acceptable deal on border wall funding. the shutdown is over, could another one be less than three weeks away. >> we have foreign powers infecting the white house like
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malware. >> kamala harris kicks off her 2020 campaign, but will a former starbucks executive play spoiler. roger stone won't rule out cooperating with robert mueller. what is the next domino to fall in the russia probe. and the interim president in venezuela in talks to oust nicolas maduro who is blaming the u.s. for the upheaval. ♪ and why the highly anticipated live tv production of rent was mostly on tape, welcome back to "early start." >> 4:31 eastern time. 800,000 federal workers back on the job today, but even with the deal to end the record length 35 day shutdown, huge issues remain. lengthy backlogs, looming deadlines, a gigantic
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bureaucratic reboot. the u.s. economy recovering from an estimated $6 billion hit, slightly more than the amount the president wanted to build the wall. and the clock ticking down toward a new deadline now just 18 days away. >> even the president himself less than optimistic telling the "wall street journal" he doubts lawmakers will reach a deal over new border wall funding that he will accept. he told the "journal" another shutdown is certainly an option and he will build the wall anyway using emergency powers if necessary. acting white house chief of staff mick mulvaney also saying as much earlier sunday. >> is the president really prepared to shut down the government again in three weeks? >> yeah, i think he actually is. keep in mind he is willing to do whatever it takes to secure the border. but at the end of the day, the president's commitment is to defend the nation and he will do it either with or without congress. >> president trump also dismissing the suggestion he offered democrats protection for
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d.r.e.a.m.ers in exchange for border wall funding. he told the "journal" that is a separate subject to be taken up at a separate time. but after politically damaging five week shutdown, senate republicans are not in the mood for more. >> i don't think shutdowns are a good leverage. it is a lesson i've learned here. there have been two shutdown since the time i've been there and the aggressor in neither one was the winner. >> they are never to be used as a means to achieve any kind of goal. i think what will happen is that the efforts to continue to build physical barriers, which have gone on in the last two administrations, will continue but not to the degree that the president has requested. >> and for those federal workers, they will get paid, but it is not like a switch that you turn the government on and off. there will be rolling hurdles here. over the weekend the president
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was scorched by some conservative pundits who said that he caved to democrats by reopening the government without wall funding. ann coulter called the president a wimp. he responded telling the "journal" i hear she's become hostile, maybe i didn't return a phone caller or something. >> she suggested that he needs to read the constitution. ckamala harris officially kicking off her campaign in oakland. she promises to be a fighter for the people. >> we must answer a fundamental question. who are we? who are we as americans? america, we are better than this. when we have foreign powers infecting the white house like
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malware, let's speak that truth. >> on sunday, former starbucks ceo howard schultz announced he is seriously considering a run for the white house as a centrist independent. >> we're living at a most fragile time. not only the fact that this president is not qualified to be the president, but the fact that both parties are consistently not doing what is necessary on behalf of the american people. and are engaged every single day in revenge politics. >> schultz, a lifetime democrat. there are concerns the party, he could peel off votes from the eventual nominee though. julian castro says schultz would give the president the best hope of getting reelected. meantime jeff zeleny reports hillary clinton is not totally giving up on her oval office aspirations.
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she is telling people she's not closing the door. but a close friend also tells jeff zeleny it would surprise me greatly if she actually did it. and the first major television event of the 2020 race, kamala harris joining jake tapper tonight 10:00 eastern time right here on cnn. roger stone appears to be leaving himself a little wiggle room when it comes to cooperating with robert mueller. he was arrested at his home friday morning by fbi agents. he faces charges of obstruction, witness tampering, five counts of lying to congress. the special counsel's indictment was the first time alleged people close to the president coordinated with stone as he sought out e-mails from wikileaks. they argued publicity would increase the risk of him destroying evidence, an argument stone rejects.
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>> i've been under investigation for two years. i've destroyed nothing. but if i were going to destroy evidence, wouldn't i have done it a long time ago? they could simply have called my lawyers and i would have turned myself in. >> president's supporters quick to point out the charges don't include any charges of conspiracy. but the lies came before and after the election in public and in private. the question is why. stone will be arraigned tomorrow in washington. here is jessica schneider with more. >> reporter: dave and christine, roger stone has been making the media rounds all before he gets to the courthouse tuesday and before he appears before the same judge who is also overseeing paul manafort and rick gates' cases. she is definitely tough. so perhaps roger stone is trying to get the last word in before any possible gag order. but roger stone is leaving the door open to cooperation with
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robert mueller and also saying he would tell the truth about his communications with donald trump which he says never involved anything about russia. >> any chance you will cooperate with michael cohen if he asks? >> you know, that is a question that i'd have to determine after my attorneys have some is discussion. if there is wrongdoing by other people in the campaign that i know about, which i know of none, but if there is, i would certainly testify honestly. i'd also testify honestly about any other matter including any communications with the president. it is true we spoke on the phone, but those communications are political in nature, they are benign ocertainly no conspiracy with russia. >> reporter: stone has said he never discussed the possibility of a pardon with the president. and of course he continues to maintain that he is innocent despite the text messages and e-mails the special counsel has and stands by his contention
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that there was never any collusion with russia. christine and dave. >> jessica, thanks. president trump and jared kushner thought the russia controversy would end with the firing of national security adviser michael flynn. the incident recounted by former new jersey governor chris christie in a new memoir called let me finish, as reported by the "new york times" christie and his wife had lunch with the president in early 2017 the day after flynn was pushed out for lying to the vice president about contacts with the russian ambassador. >> christie writes the president said to him this russia thing is all over now because i fired flynn. it sounded so naive, he laughed and said sir, this russia thing is far from over and trump replied what do you mean. flynn met with the russians. that was the problem. i fired gliflynn, it is over. in venezuela, efforts are
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under way to force out nicolas maduro. juan guaido telling the "washington post" he has negotiated with military and civilian officials right now. maduro's defense minister and other top brass are vowing their allegiance to him. nicolas maduro blames the u.s.-led coup for the upheaval. john bolton warning any violence or intimidation against u.s. diplomatic personnel or guaido will be viewed as a grave assault on the rule of law and met with a significant response. meanwhile the deadly protests we witnessed last week could grow in the days ahead. more now from stefano pozzebon in caracas. >> reporter: yesterday juan guaido called for new protests for this wednesday and the following saturday. again venezuelans will take on the streets to demand fresh and fair elections and to demand the resignation of nicolas maduro.
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at the same time both leaders, both nicolas maduro and juan guaido, on sunday pitching to the military to lure them to join them on their side. and while maduro demanded loyalty to the fatherland and to his rule to his troops, juan guaido promised amnesty and pardon for those troops who will effectively defect mr. maduro and switch sides to the opposition. and with new protests set for this week and yet another complete international dimension around these crises, the pressure on nicolas maduro is only going to increase. christine, dave. >> thank you for that. at least three people are dead, more than 17 on hurt after a tornado hit havana. initial reports indicate strong winds caused damage it public and residential buildings. the full extent of damage and strength of the storm will be
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assessed in the coming hours. the country's civil defense has asked people to remain indoors during the overnight hours. ahead, a florida man goes fishing, his catch? a grenade. but what he did with it is not recommended.
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the restaurant was evacuated. it was safely disposed of. top honors last night went to the 2018 box office champ. >> and it goes to "black panther." >> glenn close won best lead female actor for "the wife." the win setting her up as a clear oscar frontrunner. and rami malek won for his lead role. >> supporting roles went to emily blunt for a quiet place. and also "green book." and alan alda receiving the s.a.g. lifetime achievement award. >> it may never have been more urgent to see the world through
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another person's eyes. and when the culture is divided so sharply, actors can help, at least a little, just by doing what we do. and the nice part is it is fun to do it. so my wish for all of us is let's stay playful, let's have fun, and let's keep searching. it can't solve everything, but it wouldn't hurt. >> i live love him. a talent of a generation. it was a big night for the "marvelous mrs. maisel." "this is us" took home drama best as well. and big night for rent got off on the wrong foot. ♪
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>> it says the words previously recorded. first thing on start at the start of a life broadcast of the musical. it was mostly not live because of an injury suffered by brendan hunt who played one of the lead roles. >> last night one of our cast members sustained an injury, a visit to the hospital confirmed that brendan hunt, our roger, has broken his foot and will be unable to perform tonight. >> there was a live finale. the original cast joined the fox players on stage for an encore of "seasons of love." ♪ 525,600 minutes, how do you measure ♪ >> that will be in my head all day. it was always going to be taped for me because i have to go to bed at 7:00. but i'll watch it any way. >> i thought the show had to go
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on, you'd have the stand-in fill in. >> i'm surprised they didn't have understudies. a good week for "saturday night live". >> we have to take a marie condo approach to cleaning up this country. if something didn't park joy, throw it out. and you know what didnnoe whkno joy in me? guatemal guatemalans. >> you didn't understand why furloughed government workers needed food assistance because they could just take out low r interest loans instead. >> that was silly of me. i simply meant that there are other ways of getting money. they could have liquidated some of their stocks or sold one of their paintings. i mean even if they sold a lessles less lesser, it would still get you through a week or two of yacht
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maintenance. >> and i broke from my legal battles and now no one will booif by my books. >> why will no one buy your books? >> because they're bad. >> thank you for your time, mr. stone. >> pardon me? >> i said thank you. >> oh, no, i thought -- no, i was saying that to the president, pardon me. >> steve martin, love it. let's get a check on cnn business. global stock markets are lower, trade talks this week will direct things here. you can see european markets are down just very slightly. i would call that searching for direction. but when you look at u.s. futures, a little more direction there. the dow futures down about 105 right now. so the dow climbed 184 points on friday, the nasdaq was up 1.3%. the s&p 500 closed up 0.9%. the dow, nasdaq were up for the week narrowly extending their winning streak for now the fifth week in a row, this is the
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longest streak for the dow since july and for the nasdaq since november 2017. a rising number of u.s. businesses saw lower profits, another sign that the american economy could be slowing. the number of businesses reporting falling sales nearly tripled from 6% to 17%. that is according to survey by the national association of business economics. holiday season did not seem to bring any relief. 20% of businesses said they saw profits fall over the survey period, that is up there just 8% in onkctober. so signs of a global slowdown, escalating trade tensions, all creating uncertainty for businesses an investors. nissan is planning to expand its line of electric cars. they make the leaf. over 380,000 leaf have been sold, but it is nissan's only widely available electric car until now. nissan has announced plans for eight new electric models by
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2022. >> and they say that ims as an elevated sport sedan. drivers can have a humanlike 3d of avatar can give them directions or even just to talk. this is fascinating. >> who knew. >> distracted driving, we're encouraging it now. "early start" continues right. the president's commitment is to defend the nation and he will do it with or without congress. >> the president doubts lawmakers will reach an acceptable deal on border wall funding. another shutdown could be less than three weeks away. >> we have foreign powers infecting the white house like malware. >> kamala harris kicks off her 2020 campaign, but will a former starbucks executive play

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