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round up and apart 16 million people. trade to many supporters praising his speech saying he detailed his hardline immigration policy. >> he went into specific after specific on the impact of the american people on crime, security, jobs and the impact on the rule of law which goes to the common sense desire to have been immigration enforcement system that works for the american people. lauren: critic strongly disagree. >> donald trump has not shifted, has not hated in terms of a stand on immigration. he's giving red meat again to the republican base. lea: meanwhile come after the speech, quit treating it as not have the trump or stamina to make america great again. lauren: the race to the white house is getting tighter. a fox news poll shows so much a gaining ground on hillary
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clinton, leading by two-point. 41% to 39%. clinton had a 10-point head-to-head advantage following the democratic convention and trump's clash with the poster family. libertarian gary johnson received 9% and green party candidate jill stein had 4%. the poll finding pros and cons for term. his favorable rating had a water mark of 42% to clinton's 45%. his unfavorable rating of 56% is actually three points higher than clinton's which is 53%. lea: president obama heading to discuss trade it e.g. 20 meeting in china and visit with china's president. president obama made a stuff about the health of lake tahoe in the nevada border and took a site that donald trump as he discussed the importance of clear water and clean air for future generations. >> it's not going to happen if
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we boast about how we're going to have elected officials who are alone in the world in denying climate change. tree into this to be obama's final trip to asia as president. weather here, florida feeling the effects of tropical storm her name. the national hurricane center says the storm will strengthen into a hurricane by the time it makes landfall. wrong way and expect it to reach the florida coast in the panhandle region beginning tonight. the gulf coast region pounded by rain. more rain is on the way, talking 10 to 20 inches expect it. governor rick scott said widespread power outages are also. >> we are going to have downed power lines and a lot of wind. utilities are already pre-positioning themselves around state so i'll be working diligently to get them back off.
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lea: production to shut down because of the threat. they speed up their mentors plant stores limited choices of doctors. the district of columbia will likely be a health maintenance organizations or a similar plan design. the varney company, obama architect zeke emanuel defended the systems he design. >> mr. wernick, -- >> $70,000 to your deductible. >> if you listen to me carefully you will note that if they don't lower the cost of health care. if a control health care because they're not going to lower the cost of health care. we are going to control how fast it goes to.
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true to nature ensures including at a party with her nanny state apothecary exc lauren: global market action overnight to check it out here people in a camp at quarter of 1% and japan. attacking on .8%. the shanghai composite in chinatown almost three quarters of 1%. they did get better than expected and is on the factory spec are. the cost in south korea. stocks at this hour are trading to the upside. the ftse in london gained 13 points. the dax in germany at 67. september 1st is an awful it's not the worst month for stocks. taking it off the right way. dow futures higher by 50 points. in august about ending a six-month winning streak. a big story. and with that, fell 3.5%.
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gaining a little bit, a 10th of a percent right now. hold down $2. 1309 an ounce. lea: e. l-lima mask seeks to combine two of its companies tesla motors and solar city. tesla has disclosed that it has to pay $422 million to its bondholders and the third quarter and will raise additional money by the end of the year. the additional capital used to support the proposed merger with solar city. others suggest solar city having difficulty tacking the public markets in a proposed merger into stacy made the beauty squeezed. critics say the merger is a bailout for solar city on mosque says it will create a more diverse company. lauren: strong language for apple ceo tim cook. cook told the irish independent newspaper that the european union ruling that apple is higher than $14.5 billion in back taxes is in cook's words total political.
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he said that. anti-u.s. bias also here that played a role in the decision. experts say they could strike back at the e.u. over the apple ruling if they wanted to. u.s. tax law gives the obama administration the power to double tax rate for european companies. experts say the administration is not likely to take such an action because it would be very drastic. lea: the online storage site dropouts is forcing users to reset passwords. 68 million usernames and passwords were stolen from the site during the 2012 had it last week the company began resetting passwords after it found that the files were obtained by people outside the company. the company didn't realize the full impact. the tech website motherboard reported that obtained files with the account details. true to the west coast of florida bracing for the first hurricane in years.
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some areas they are already flooded. >> the wires up high. i'm here to get some clothes whenever it goes down. we will track it all for you. the bankruptcy of south korean shipping giant reeking havoc on global trading can cost u.s. companies to bundle. you could be on the hook for that. we held that plus the other "wall street journal." you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news. ♪ ♪
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lea: 5:15 a.m. in new york. donald trump's bantustan immigration matters. first he flew to mexico to meet with the president mexico and later to finish to give a hard-line speech on immigration pledging to build a wall in a 10-point immigration plan. a fox news poll shows hillary clinton beat a shrinking to the new poll shows from closing the gap down 41%. she finally made some cash. a security filing yesterday showed tesla motors in the third quarter and that it will raise additional money by the end of the year. cash to support the proposed writer with the solar city corporation. checking the stock market futures ahead of the opening bell. all of president james the one
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third of 1%. s&p giving for nasdaq came in 13. let's take a look at the headlines in today's edition of "the wall street journal." june is a south korean container carrier filed for bankruptcy forcing companies to scramble and rebook shipment and other carriers. it could mean product amazes retailers right now is dr. to the winter holidays. it could also mean higher shipping rates. shift operators explore economists failing to ship designers and operators are gearing up for a future in which cargo vessels sailed the oceans with minimal or even opera. dating website users fall prey to fake profiles. accounts created with photos of real people are increasingly being used to sleep people out of their savings. campbell soup rating i listed the company will release its latest quarterly result before
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the opening bout the opening bell peak and has forecast sales growth in the quarter after six quarters of decline. right now moving sharply to the downside. 7942 debate as between $739,874. after the bell, and the release results of top expectations have offered a disappointing forecast for the quarter. lulu lemon with analysts looking for earnings at the yoga wear maker to rise 12% a year ago. they saw the new offensive stating close for the first time in the mismanaged. highlights are coming out.
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lea: wal-mart out with the top skaters and gizmos for the holiday season. a look at what could become the next bestsellers. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news. ♪
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lea: theocrat boat to pay back millions after massive embezzlement scheme paid a swiss charity going to repay donations connected to the malaysian fund that backed his film the woeful wall street. the accused dicaprio double standard since he works to protect the rainforest but the malaysian fund disconnect to deforestation. lauren: let's take a look at global market action. stocks a mixed bag. operas but many can japan by putting a percent. then a third of 1%. in europe looking a lot better. the ftse in london that fractionally. the cac in paris is turning a 1% gain at this hour in the dax in germany up two thirds of 1%. here at home, august not a good time for the data in the s&p. starting september the right way
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of 42 points. nasdaq futures getting 14. oil struggling to hold $45 a barrel could pull down $3, 13 away to announce. lea: a look at the latest in the world of support. the third round beating italian andrea's in straight sets. six straight wins and there is a first last night. it rained on arthur ashe stadium. another men's action, advancing without having to play because the forearm problems. john is the aircraft by belgian steve darcy to reach the third round. a huge upset for 120 range. number five was set with debilitating cramps during the second that atlantic initiative. he beat ann forsyth.
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a notch above two americans could get a day lost to madison keys in just 48 minutes. the youngest player in the open. in baseball, a team and a half back for a wild-card spot after beating the miami marlins last night pete kelley johnson's three-run double broke a tie and gave the mets to win. miami dropped its fifth consecutive game end quote teams continue to chase st. louis for the second wild-card. lea: believe it or not, time to start thinking about winter holidays. american girl dolls heading to toys "r" us. until now the dolls have been sold exclusively in 20 american pro stores across the country and on the website making dolls available in more places could help reverse declining sales. american gross sales fell 8% last year. toys "r" us will sell american gross this sunday about 870 stores in the u.s.
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it will also up in american girl many shops within 100 stores. lea: wal-mart game in its 25 hottest toys for the holidays. the watch largest retailer that i just turned 18 months to 12 years old to find the most appealing toys or games. a drone are among wal-mart topics. the company says its layaway program kicked off to my which allow shoppers to budget purchases, pay overtime and reserve items. get in line now. time to start shopping. lauren: that the fact that wal-mart has the kids tested toys. donald trump is doubling down on plans to build a wall between the u.s. and mexico. >> we will begin working on and impregnate sugar bowl, physical, tall, powerful, beautiful,
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southern border wall. lauren: hillary clinton wasted no time responding. "the wall street journal" reported elon musk's two biggest companies commit tesla and solar city are facing a big cash crunch. but there is, the dow, nasdaq and s&p futures gaining a quarter of 1%. but show you oil. tropical storm sub blog site to hit florida. evacuated. a $44.65 down a nickel. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news. ♪ (announcer vo) who says your desk phone
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lauren: breaking news this morning. hours morning. hours after maybe because the mexico, donald trump doubled down a building to fall. we will have those details and reaction to them. good morning. i am lauren simonetti. lauren: new fox poll shows that race for the white house is narrowing but just a two-point lead. lauren: a six-month winning streak in august and six by 2%. but the the stockmarket futures are for in the head opening bell. don't futures up 30 points. nasdaq futures up to you. japanese stocks rising a stocks rising a bit. the nikkei up a quarter of 1%. oil tumbled below $35 a barrel and with the weather in the gulf
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of mexico, let's check in $44.64 to attempt of 1%. the possible hurricane hermine today. one of the storm track. trade the elon musk, tesla and solar city. the u.s. open advanced earlier and thought that and thought the roof of the stadium post for the first time. brent harrison had a stunning upset over the several niche. lauren: at his thursday, september 1st. august is over. welcome to "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news. lea: breaking news. donald trump delivering a major speech on immigration. the nominee of the enough is 10th on how to build a border wall and how to handle millions of illegal immigrants in the u.s. >> are you ready?
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[cheers and applause] we will build a great wall along the southern border. and mexico will pay for the law. on day one, we will begin working on an impenetrable, physical, powerful, beautiful southern border wall. under my administration, anyone who illegally crosses the border will be detained until they have removed out of our country and back to the country from which they came. i am going to create a new special deportation task for his focused on identifying and quickly removing the most dangerous criminal illegal immigrants in america who have
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evaded justice just like hillary clinton has evaded justice, okay? we will break the cycle of amnesty and illegal immigration. we will break the cycle. now is the time for all of us democrat, republican, liberal conservative to band together to deliver justice and safety and security for all americans. people will know that you can't just buy the land, hunker down and wait to be legalized. not going to work that way. it is called america first. remember that. [cheers and applause] lea: during his address, trump brought onstage a group of americans known as angell mounts. they are mothers whose children were killed by illegal immigrants. trump gives a speech hours after
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he met with mexico's president. the two did not discuss the meeting, the president enrique pena nieto. at the beginning i made it clear that mexico will not pay for the ball. hillary clinton's semifinal turns immigration policy same building a coalition is like letting personal relationships. >> it takes more than trying to make up for a year in both an insinuation by dropping in on our neighbors for a few hours and then flying home again. that is not how it works. train to the nominee treating trump just failed his first foreign pass. diplomacy is not as easy as it looks. she also said we're not going to criminalize, profile, round up and deport 16 million people. lauren: many supporters saying he details his hardline immigration policy.
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>> he went into specific after specific gun crime on our security, on jobs and the impact on the rule of law, which i think goes to the immigration enforcement system that works for the american people. the critics strongly disagree. >> donald trump has not shifted, has not admitted on standard immigration. he's giving red meat again to the republican base. after the speech, hillary clinton doesn't have the strength or stamina to make america great again. lauren: the rest of the white house is getting tighter. donald trump is gaining ground on hillary clinton, leading by just two points. 41% to 39%. clinton had a head-to-head managed earlier in the month following the democratic convention in trump's clash with
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the gold star family. libertarian gary johnson received 9% and green party candidate joe stein got 4%. the poll finding pros and cons. his favorable rating had a high water mark prepared to clinton's 45%. as far as i'm favorable rating, 56%, three points ahead of clinton which is high so it could be 3%. lea: president obama to discuss trade and to visit with china's president. president upon the many stop at a summit about the health of lake tahoe on the california border and took a site that donald trump is to discuss the importance of clearwater and clean air for future generations. >> it's not going to happen if we boast about how it was swap international treaties. or have elected officials who are alone in the world in denying climate change.
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lea: does have a president obama's final trip to asia as president. lauren: florida feeling the effects of tropical storm hermine. the center says the stroma says the storm will likely strengthen into a category one hurricane by the time it makes landfall. strong winds expected to reach the ford post in the panhandle region tonight. the gulf coast is being pounded by rain and more rain is on the way. 10 to 20 inches are predicted. governor rick scott said widespread power outages are expected. >> we are going to have downed power lines and a lot of wind. our utilities have already pre-positioning themselves around the show will be working diligently to get us back up. lea: dss 22% of oil production to shut down because of the threat of the storm. lea: high cost of losses that insure an obamacare changes to speed up the tours planned but offer limited choices of doctors
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and hospitals. an analysis offense for 18 states and the district of colombia than 75% of the offerings in 27 teen will be health maintenance organizations or similar plan design. the plants typically limit choices. i'd far need & co., said three defended the system he helped design. >> if you listen to me carefully -- >> $7000 a year to death goals. >> if you listen to me carefully, you'll note i don't say that with the cost of health care. control health care because we are not going to lower the cost of health care in this country. we are going to control how fast it goes out. trained three major insurers have argued that john kameny said obamacare exchanges. one county will have no exchanges, no marketplaces and you know what that does to coverage and price. let's get you caught up.
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the nikkei in japan at a quarter of 1%. the hang seng up .8%. the shanghai despite data. 10.7% in the cost in south korea 10.3%. a much better september 1st across-the-board. down five points as they speak at the cc kenyon .8% higher by 1%. dax in germany at half%. the dow up 37. s&p upgrade. nasdaq futures at 13. i want to point out the volume last month was the lightest for the long labor day weekend ahead. oil is down 10 cents, 4460. we are watching the storm as it goes down and closes in on florida in the gulf of mexico oil production.
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lea: elon musk facing a cash crunch. tesla motors and solar city. tesla has disclosed it has to pay $422 million in the third quarter and it will raise additional money by the end of the year. additional capital will be used to support the merger with solar city. the findings suggest difficulty tapping the public markets amid the proposed merger and is facing a liquidity squeeze that critics say that the bailout while musk says the deal will save money and create a more diverse company. trained three shows the treasure valley after the cofounders reportedly said the board would at least consider a sale. evan williams saying the company has to weigh the potential for that type of option. analysts have frequently called twitter a takeover target with alphabet frequently mentioned as a possible suitor. twitter shares rallied 9% on
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speculation that steve balmer, the former ceo of microsoft and the saudi prince would buy the company. try to strong language from apple ceo tim cook at the european coast island 14.5 in back taxes. total political. the anti-u.s. bias may have played a role. they could strike back after the ruling if it wanted to. u.s. tax like is the obama administration the power to double tax rates for european companies, but experts say the administration is not likely to take such drastic action. lauren: the west coast of florida racing for its first hurricane nears, already some areas are flooded. >> the water is up high. whenever it goes down. lea: the bankruptcy is wreaking
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havoc on local trade. it could cost a bundle in higher stripping race. we will have that another headline today. stock index futures. right now all of them are ripe. please seek out features at 26-point and nasdaq futures gaining 9.5 this thursday morning. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news. ♪
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lauren: welcome back. 5:45 a.m. on the east coast. donald trump spent his day talking about immigration yesterday. first he said in mexico city today with the president of mexico and minnesota phoenix to give a hard-line speech on immigration, pledging to build upon offering a 10-point immigration plan. the new fox news poll shows hillary clinton's lead over of trump the poll shows strong closing the gap now down just 41% for clinton to 39% for trump. he and i musk financial mpeg and cash with a securities filing showing tesla motors has to pay $422 million to its bondholders in the third quarter and will raise additional money by the end of the year. he needs cash to support his merger of tesla with his solar city corporation.
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checking in on stock market futures picked out features that 33. nasdaq futures gaining 12 this morning. lea: here's a look at the headlines in today's edition of "the wall street journal." hanjin shipping is a south korean container carrier filed for bankruptcy forcing companies to scramble and rebook shipments. it could mean product delays as retailers stocked up for the winter holidays. it could also mean higher shipping rates. here's another one for you. shift operators at that time assailing patient designers and operators. for a future in which cargo vessel sailed the ocean with minimal or no crew. dating website users fall prey to fake profiles. accounts created with photos of real people are being used to fleece people out of their savings. campbell soup luzerne listed stocks to watch for the company will release its latest quarterly results for the opening bell. campbell has forecast a growth
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in six quarters of decline. shares of salesforce.com are sharply lower in premarket trading after the bell that the business software with this result that topped expectations but offered a disappointing forecast for the current quarter. lulu them and report earnings this morning. analysts look at the yoga wear maker to rise 12% a year ago. revenue expected to rise 14%. lauren: coming up his first hit the u.s. open, rafael nadal saw the roof at the new stadium close for the first time. brian harrison had a stunning upset over milos bondage. never too early to start thinking about the holidays. >> i got wind. >> a can of cyanide. >> why don't you show everybody. >> i do want to.
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lauren: wal-mart is our desktop games and gizmos for the holiday season. look at what could become the next bestsellers and what you might not be able to find on store shelves. stock index futures at 31 in the free market. nasdaq up 11 and a half. oil prices traded at $44.57 a barrel flying to the downside down a third of 1%. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news. ♪
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lauren: let's do america check. and they showed a mixed bag with mixed bag for the japan a quarter of 1%. the hang seng in hong kong of 20%. shanghai in chinatown .7 in chinatown point senator mccarthy and south korea .3% today. stocks in your traded with the ftse in london that night points. the dax in germany at 45. u.s. stock market futures low-volume on last month expect the same on the first of september. dow futures had 30 points. s&p futures up 2.5, nasdaq futures up 11. oil prices under pressure fell 3.5% yesterday down another died today at $44.60. gold down 1309 an ounce. train to hollywood actor leonardo dicaprio to pay back millions link to an embezzlement scheme. >> i made $49 million because of his three shy of a million a
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week. >> the real question with all this legal? lea: calling on dicaprio to repay donations connected to the malaysian fence that backed the wolf of wall street. since he works to protect the rainforest the fund is collected to deforestation. lauren: a look at the latest in sports. rafael nadal advanced to the third round at the u.s. open be gained italian andrea scafidi. it rained in the near roof and arthur roche was closed for the very first time. defending champ novak choke a -- american john asner out by belgian thursday to reach the third round. a huge upset for 120 brian harrison. number five milos was hit with debilitating cramps.
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while you take advantage of it, you it, he beat in forsyth. 16-year-old kayla jboss in just 48 minutes. that was a relief because her first-round match ended close to 2:00 in the morning. day is the youngest player in the open. the washington redskins beat the tampa bay bucs 28-13 last night in 13 last night in a game that was moved up today because of tropical storm hermine approaching the area. the nfl's other 30 teams will conclude the exhibition schedule tonight. lea: if you have a little girl below the age of 10 cap have heard of these american girl dolls. they're heading to toys "r" us. until now they've been sold exclusively an american girl stores. make unit in several places could help reverse sales. they thought a percent from 2014.
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toys "r" us with all american girl dolls starting this sunday august 870 u.s. stores. it will open american grow many shops within 100 of his stores. lauren: making them more mass-market. it's a thing to have. i have. as i have been by the way. you're probably interested in the american girl dolls. the senate because wal-mart is out that their 25 hottest toys for the holidays. wal-mart is the world's largest retailer could prevent kids from from the to 12 years old to find and test what is considered the most appealing toys and games. you've got a racing place a racing playset, disney princess carriage, relied on the staples like the barbie and the nerve, but also bringing in drones and more high-tech stuff. the toys are exclusive to wal-mart stores. kickstarting flyaway program tomorrow, a little bit earlier than usual.
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shoppers to budget what are going to buy for the holidays. you can reserve the items because they make the hot toy lists they often tell out. lea: people need to get done early. coming up, we will hand it over to "mornings with maria." all of the arrows on the board. s&p gaining two, nasdaq up 11. lauren: oil prices traded at $44.58 a barrel, down a quarter of 1% as we track tropical storm hermine in the gulf of mexico. stay with us. ♪ ♪
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100%. they don't know it yet. >> it certainly takes more than trying to make up for a year of insults and insinuations but dropping in on our neighbors for a few hours and then flying home again. sandra: who is paying for that wall? trump says méxico but they don't know it yet but méxico president's said, not so fast. new reports shows that she sent classified information over her personal e-mail server after she left the state department. all of this coming as new fox news poll show a tightening presidential race.
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