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4 big blue wins in ruby red states. where power shifts and what it means for 2020. what gordon sonde land suddenly recalled and how it wrecks the white house' defense. >> the family says they were targeted because of past conflicts with drug cartels. and we've all been thrown off by blind spots while driving. now a teenager has a solution and a $25,000 prize.
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>> that's cool. welcome to the viewers here in the united states and around the world. this is "early start." i'm miguel marquez keeping dave briggs' seat warm. >> i'm christine romans. breaking overnight, an ominous election as reliably republican seats go to democrats. in ruby red kentucky, andy beshear claiming victory in the governor's race. he leads matt bevin by several,000 votes with 99,000 votes, bevin refusing to admit defeat. >> our elections don't have to be about right versus left. they are still veabout right versus wrong. i haven't had an opportunity to
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speak to governor bevin, but my expectation is he will honor the election that was helped tonight. >> would bit a bevin race if it wasn't a squeaker? come on. really and truly. this is a close, close race. we're not conceding this race by any stretch. >> so it's too early to tell whether the democrats voted over impeachme impeachmented on teachers. >> one veteran republican telling cnn we found that being an a-hole is slightly worse than being a liberal. >> you're sending that big message to the rest of the country. it's so important. you've go tot get your friends. you've got to vote because if you lose, it sends a really bad message. and they will build it up. here's the story.
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if you win, they're going to make it ho-hum. if you lose, they're going to say trump suffered the greatest defeat in the history of the world. this is the greatest. you can't let that happen to me. >> overnight we saw more of the same from the president. three separate tweets pointing out republicans won other statewide races taking credit for bevin's surge while distancing himself from a likely loss. >> they will flip both chambers of the legislature. that gives them full control of the state government for the first time since 1994. in 2017 simonds lost. and remember the cyclist who lost her job after flipping the bird to trump's motorcade, her name is judy briskman and cnn
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projects she's the new supervisor for loudoun county. republicans scored one win. reaves won over hood. elsewhere, jersey city, new jersey, residents voted overwhelmingly in favor of stricter renovations on short-term rentals. it's a big setback for airbnb as it prepares to go public. in arizona it showed more than 70% to make tucson a sanctuary city. tucson is located 50 miles north of the mexico border. and scranton, pennsylvania, has its first female mayor. a former won, paige cognetti.
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she is eight months pregnant. >> sondland says he recalls tells officials resumption of usaid would likely not occur until ukraine provided the public anti-corruption statement that he had been discussing for many weeks. anti-corruption statement was supposed to target the bidens. >> sondland's revision blows up the timeline pedalled by the white house. it was on the table after crew crane was told in august aid was held up. the timing, super important to the white house case here. the senate majority leader mitch mcconnell doesn't think this moves the impeachment needle. >> i'm not sure how likely it is to end.
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if it were today, i don't think there's any question it would not lead to a removal. >> investigators have requested white house acting chief of staff mick mulvaney to testify on friday. it seems unlikely he will comply with that request. last month on national tv mulvaney confirmed the quid pro quo. hours later he denied it. now, breaking overnight, mexican authorities say a suspect has been arrested in the massacre of nine members of a mormon family who were traveling on the mexican side of the southern u.s. border. officials say the suspect had several assault rifles and was hoelgd two hostages who were bound and gagged. children who survived the ambush were taken to hospitals in arizona. heart wrenching new details. the victims included three mothers and six children
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age 1/2, 11, 10, 2, and 8-month-old twins. the survivor's story just as harrowing. the 13-year-old boy unharmed in the attack walked 13 miles to get help after hiding his family in the history. cnn's matt rivers has more from mexico city. >> this is a country that has seen on average nearly every day nearly 100 people murdered and yet this massacre of nine people in northwest mexico has really shocked this country. here's what we know so far. the people come from a community of people who are generally mormon who have lived in northwestern mexico for decades. the three women driving three different cars left that community in a convoy for safety's sake, safety in numbers is the concept. but it was at 3:00 p.m. the car tell attacked the convoy, shredding them with bullets.
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at least one ignited. others were injured and managed to escape and were transported to hospitals in the united states. the government says this could be a case of mistaken identity. this is a state where cartels fight over control. there is other speculation, however, by the families of some of these victims perhaps they were targeted themselves. because they live in the area, they've had run-ins with the cartels in the past. >> we have confirmation this was orchestrated as a confrontation. our family was picked to be the ones to start trouble and to start a war. it was an attack on innocent civilians on purpose. >> president trump tweeting now is the time for mexico to go for all out war.
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but the president of mexico responded to that by saying he appreciated the offer of u.s. support but that this was mexico's problem to solve. christine? >> thank you for that. elizabeth warren squaring off with the head of a big bank. who and why next. if you have medicare, listen up.
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dimon said this out loud. >> she uses some pretty harsh words, some would say vilifying. i don't like vilifying anybody. >> warren wears the criticism of banker like a badge of honor tweeti tweeting dimon and his buddies are successful in part because of the opportunity, work-force, and public services that we all paid for. earlier this year she released a wealth tax plan aimed a at the most fluent americans whose net worth is $50 million. that defunds several of her proposals including her universal child care and medicare for all plan, critics saying her plans could not be paid for just by taxing the super rich. now, joe biden is going on the attack against his chief
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max. >> this is just a formal moment, really etiquette. boris johnson will head to parliament and say parliament has already been dissolved and the queen will sign a proclamation. it's the starting gun for the election campaign, which is going to be really, really intensity seems. after the palace, boris will head down to downing street, have a speech. his alter nenate party will hav speech as well. to give you a sense of the tone of all of this, this is the interview that boris johnson did today. they detest the profit motives so viscerally they point the finger with a relishness and vin dingivene ding i dikiveness not seen since sta
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big blue wins in ruby red states where power is shifting and what it means for 2020. a big revision from a top witness in the impeachment probe. what gordon sondland suddenly recalled and how it wrecks the white house defense. an arrest after nine americans were massacred in mexico. the families say they were targeted because of past conflicts with cartels. and we've all been thrown off by wliender blind spots while driving. now a teenager has a solution and a $25,000 prize for her
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work. there's hope for us yet. welcome back to "early start," everyone. i'm christine romans. >> and i'm miguel marquez, keeping dave briggs' seat warm. 29 minutes past in new york. keeping the seat warm for democrats. in ruby red kentucky, democrat andy beshear claiming victory in the governor's race. no cnn projection yet though. beshear's lead leads him over imcome bei imincumbent bevin. he refuses defeat. >> it doesn't have to be about right versus left. they are still about right versus wrong. i haven't had an opportunity yet to speak to governor bevin, my
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by expectation is he will honor the election that was held tonight. >> would it be a bevin race if it wasn't a squeaker? i mean come on. i mean really and truly. this is a close, close race. we are not conceding this race by any stretch. now, it is too early to tell whether voters pick the democrat over impeachment concerns or if local issues like medicaid work requirements and teacher pensions are the decisive issues. >> republicans are rushing to distance himself from bev inpointing to his high disaproovlg raters. one telling cnn we found out that being an a-hole is slightly worse than being a liberal. note that president trump rallied for bevin on monday. >> you're sending that big message to the rest of the country. it's so important. you've got to vote because if you lose, it sends a really bad message, and they will build it up. here's the story. if you win, they're going to
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make it like ho-hum. and if you lose, they're going to say trump suffered the greatest defeat in the history of the world. this was the greatest. you can't let that happen to me. >> overnight we saw more of the same from the president, three separate tweets pointing out republicans won other statewide statements, taking credit for bevin's surge while distancing himself from the likely loss. >> cnn projects they'll flip both chambers. that gives them full control of the state government for the first time since 1994 and there were two other notable winners. shelly simonds ousted her opponent. remember the cyclist who lost her job after flipping the bird at the trump motorcade, her jul.
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she won as supervisor in loudoun county. >> it looks as though they're on their way to having the democrats control both the house and senate for the first time in more than two decades. this was a pretty convincing win for democrats across the board, winning some key senate races in the richland suburbs and northern virginia and picking off house races across the commonwealth in a way that even defies some of the expectations leading into the night. democrats that i talked to, many of the democratic leaders here attribute their big gains in part to a unified democratic party but also deep opposition to president trump. they said it's difficult to ignore the impact president trump has had on this race and the energy and enthusiasm that that has created with democratic voters here in virginia.
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now, it's important to keep in mind that virginia was a state that just a couple of years ago was a pretty reliable republican vote. in fact, before barack obama won here in 2008, you have to go back more than 40 years to see a republican lose a presidential race here. now, donald trump has said he thinks he can win virginia in 2020 based on the results here tonight in 2019. it looks like that will be a very uphill battle for president trump and the republican party. back to you. >> all right, ryan. thank you for that. republicans did manage to score one big win. cnn projects tate reaves defeated democratic attorney general jim hood in the mississippi governor's race. trump endorsed reaves and held a rally for him. elsewhere jersey city, new jersey, voted. it's a big setback for airbnb as
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it's set to go public. and in arizona they rejected the initiative to make tucson a sanctuary city. and paige cognetti ran as a local democrat when the committee refused to endorse her. one other thing. she happens to be eight months' pregnant. that's amazing. gordon sondland, the u.s. ambassador to the european union revising his testimony from three weeks ago to admit there was a quid pro quo imposed on ukraine. sondland says he now recalls telling a ukrainian official on september 1st, quote, resumption of usaid would likely not occur until ukraine provided the public anti-corruption statement that we had been discussing for many week. that anti-corruption statement was supposed to target the bidens. >> now, sondland's revision blows up the timeline being
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peddled by the white house. it was on the table after ukraine was told in late august the aid was being held up. trump allies say that was not the case and could not be used as leverage. majority senate leader mitch mcconnell doesn't think that moves the needle at all >> i'm pretty sure how it would end today. it would not lead to a removal. >> investigators have requests white house acting chief of staff mick mulvaney testify on friday it. seems unlikely he will comply with that request. last month on national television, mulvaney confirmed the quid pro quo before he denied it hours later. now, breaking overnight, mexican authorities say a suspect has been arrested in the massacre of nine members of a mormon family who were traveling on the mexican side of the
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southern u.s. border. officials say the suspect had several assault rifles and was holding two hostages who were bound and gagged. just heartbreaking. children who senior viurvived th were taken to american hospitals. the ambush included three mothers and six children, 12, 10, 8, 2, and two 6-month-old twins. a 13-year-old managed to escape and walked 13 miles to get help after hiding his siblings in the bushes. cnn's matt rivers has more. >> this massacre of nine people
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in northwest mexico has really shocked the country. here's what we know so far. the people come from a community of people who are generally mormon who have lived in northwestern mexico for decades. three women left that community in a convoy for safety safe. safety in numbers is the concept. but it was at 3:00 p.m. that armed gunmen attack thad con voirks shredding the cars with bullets, which ignited one on fire. nine were killed. others were injured but managed to escape and were transported to hospitals. mexico's government says it could be a case of mistaken identity. this is a part of mexico where cartels generally fight with each other over lucrative drug routes to the united states. there's speculation by some of the family members who say perhaps these victims were targeted themselves. because they live in that area, they've had run-ins with the car
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tells in the past. >> we've had confirmation this was orchestrated as a confrontation and our family was picked to be the ones to stir up trouble and to start a war. it was an attack on innocent civilians on purpose. >> president trump tweeted that now is the time for mexico to go to all out war against the cartels, offering the u.s. assistance. the president of mexico responded to that by saying he appreciated the offer of u.s. support but this was mexico's problem to solve. christine? >> thanks so much, matt rivers. big bets on uber and wework are costing one local come glom rat billions. [♪] check your free credit scores at creditkarma. here's to progress.
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all right. some of softbanks' biggest tech bets are leading to multi-million-dollar losses. the group reported a loss including vision fund which holds investments in uber, wework, slack, and other startups. uber fell 34%. the ride company fell 34%. softbank rescued wework last month after its failed ipo
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attempt to take control of the company. the software company wework reported less than half of what it reported. >> it takes the shine off ipos. >> it sure does. the former vice president responding to comments warren made after the biden campaign dismissed her medicare for all funding plan as mathematical gymnastics. >> if anyone wanted to defend keeping those high profits for insurance companies and those high profits for drug companies and not making corporations pay a fair share in taxes, then i think they're running in the wrong presidential primary. >> biden in a medium post says such attacks are condescending to democrat who have a different view, adding, quote, it's relative of an ee lit sichl that working and middle class people
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guilty pleas from two men who admit to acting as illegal agents from the iran government. they conducted surveillance on a jewish center in chicago. they also admit monitoring members of an exiled iranian opposition group. one pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy and one count to
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acting as an undeclared agent of the iranian government. an ohio woman found dead in her home last week was likely killed by her own dogs. police say 49-year-old mary mats was found with puncture wounds. there were two large great danes at the home. her husband said they rescued them two years ago. even though one was vicious, his wife refused to part with him because she loved animals. deputy willard miller turned himself in tuesday. the incident occurred back in september and was captured on surveillance video. a 15-year-old student can be seen kicking the officer. a moment later she's thrown to the ground and handcuffed. his actions by any measure were
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unacceptable. >> whatever type of verbal dialogue was going on, it makes no sense and wasn't necessary. i would hope every cop in america would disakbre with that type of response. cold air pushing into the u.s. from canada, bringing heavy snow into parts of new england. >> miguel and christine, good morning, guys. the cold air is beginning to filter in across portions of the great lakes. wait till you see what the seven-day forecast has in store. not too bad to get you started on a wednesday. middle 50s out of boston and new york. same story out of new york. you'll notice where all the cold air is bottled up into the plains, struggling to make it across minneapolis and the story really shifting into a major outbreak over the next week or so. as we go into early midweek next week, dropping to 30 degrees below average into portions of the northeastern u stachlts we
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get into the areas of the highest elevations of the new england region there. could see some additional heavy snow showers, as much as 8 inches possible tonight and early tomorrow morning. the trend looks as such here with new york climbing up to 61. you notice the trend there. 42 degrees come friday afternoon. if you think that's cold, look at the forecast into early next week. highs by tuesday next week into the lower 40s. guys? >> all right. pedram, thank you for that. a stunning vulnerability found in smart devices. researchers say hackers can use a simple laser pointer that can take over devices outside your home. it's possible to make anything that acting on sound commands to act on silent light commands. since many systems don't require authenticati authentication, they wouldn't
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need access. they just need to be in the object's line of sight >> i'm a junky for that sort of stuff. i cannot bring myself to get those things because i don't know where it's going to go. she's not old enough to drive yet, but 14-year-old elena g -- alaina gassler came with a sluchlgs she tells cnn since you can't take it off cars, she decided to get rid of it without getting rid of it. >> i did that by having a camera behind the a-pillar of a car, and the camera sent video to a projector that projected the image onto the pillar, essentially making it invisible. >> she gives us hope all across the board. gassler said she was motivated to work on the design after
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learning how dangerous blind spots can be, especially since her older brother just started driving. >> elon musk, mary barra, someone give her an intern ship because she's good stuff. let's take a look at world markets, a mixed performance really on wall street, looking at futures leaning down slightly. i would call that directionless. it's another step back as hopes for a pause in the trade war with china boosted investor sentiment. china's central bank finished up. new overnight, "the wall street journal" reports xerox is considering a stakeover of computer and printer maker hp, a market value of about $27 billion. both companies are in cost-cutting mode, and a deal could afford new opportunities to shed expenses. at&t will pay a $60 million
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settlement over claims it mislead customers about unlimited data plans. at&t, which is cnn's parent company, allegedly charged 3.5 million customers unlimited plans and lowered the data speed. they responded even though it has been years since we applied this network management tool in the way described by the ftc, we believe this is in the best interests of consumers. >> you've heard of turducken, right? how about those flavors in a chip? pringles is releasing its turducken chip including other flavors and you can stack them and eat. that's the kind of thanksgiving gift i want to -- >> i want to have them now. >> coca-cola, cinnamon, spiced
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winter cranberry are already on the shelves and ihop has offered a menu. that starts tomorrow. yummy. >> that makes my day. know exact lly what i'll be eating. >> thanks to our international viewers joining us with that turducken in mind. have a great rest of the day. for the rest of our viewers, "early start" continues right now. big blue wins in ruby red states, where power is shifting and what it means for 2020. the big revision from a top witness in the impeachment probe, what gordon sondland suddenly recalls and how it wrecks the white house defense. an arrest after nine americans were massacred in mexico. the families said they were
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targeted because of past conflicts with car tells. >> we've all been thrown off by a blind spot while driving. now a teenager has a solution and a $25,000 prize. good morning. i'm miguel marquez >> and i'm christine romans. dave is off. it's 5:00 a.m. in the east. breaking overnight, reliably republican seats go to democrats. ♪ >> in ruby red kentucky andy beshear declaring victory in the governor's race. no prediction yet, but he leads incumbent matt bevin by several,000 votes with 99% counted. >> it's a message that says our elections don't have to be about right versus left. they're still about right versus wro wrong. i haven't had an opportunity yet to speak to governor bevin, but
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my expectation is he will honor, he will honor the election that was held tonight. >> would bit a bevin race if it wasn't a squeaker? come on. i mean really and truly, this is a close, close race. we're not conceding this race by any stretch. >> it's too early to tell whether voters picked the democrat over impeachment concerns or whether local issues like medicaid and teacher pensions were the deciding factor. >> republicans are rushing to distance themselves from bevin. one veteran kentucky republican told cnn we found out that being an a-hole is slightly worse than being a liberal. president trump rallied for bevin on monday. >> you're sending that big message to the rest of the country. so important. you've got to get your friends. you've got to vote. if you lose, it sends a really bad message, and they will build it up.

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