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lawyer lawyer breaking news this morning, donald trump and hillary clinton storm across battle state of ohio. hillary clinton having a fit saying she's allergic to donald trump. good morning, i'm lauren simonetti. nicole: good morning, i'm nicole petallides. president obama in asia cancels a meeting with the new president to have philippines after foul mouth comments. president obama fail to go make deal with russia over syria. lauren: dow futures rising this tuesday morning ahead of opening bell. dow futures up 19.
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nicole: we will take a look at japan's nikkei. shanghai composite more than one half percent. lauren: russia signed a deal that may limit oil output. nicole: we have a deal about beyer. latest deal this could be blocked by the obama administration. lauren: tim cook will give -- introduce first iphone tomorrow. getting thumbs down. nicole: sister venus was eliminated. on the men's side, andy murray
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made it to the finals. good morning, everybody. it's 5:01 in new york. lauren: welcome to fbn:am, first look at morning markets, breaking news and what to expect for the day ahead. and welcome back, nicole, after a days back. nicole: donald trump and hillary clinton both in battleground state of ohio on labor day. traditionally the beginning of final sprint of lex. no republican has won the white house without winning ohio. >> we are going to bring jobs back to ohio. [cheers and applause] >> we are not going to make the horrible trade deals anymore. nicole: clinton battling a stubborn cough at a rally in cleveland. >> every time i think about trump, i get allergic.
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[laughter] nicole: clinton introduced her new campaign plane yesterday. there it is. stronger together. hillaryclinton.com. lauren: they have less than four weeks to pass a temporary pending bill to keep the federal government operating past october 1st, the senate is also making funding for zika, first order of business. lawmakers left washington in july without resolving dispute over the issue. president obama asked congress for $1.9 billion to fight zika earlier this year. nicole: president obama making historic visit for summit of southern asia countries. the white house says it will
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commit $90 million to clear unexploited bombs the u.s. dropped in veit new mexico war. the u.s. contributed $100 billion through the years. >> since laos is a relatively poor country, their capacity alone to clean that up is hampered. nicole: he was scheduled to meet in laos but the meeting was canceled. lauren: president obama and russian president putin held an important meeting aimed at ending the bloodshed in syria. look at that.
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president obama said the meeting was candid and blunt but there are still obstacles in the way of u.s. and russian agreement, the two leaders have told top diplomats to schedule meeting this beak and president obama brought concerns about cybersecurity as well as situation in ukraine. nicole: u.s. intelligence d oassopio t un ss tblist in election in the united states political institutions. u.s. hopes to understand the intent of russian campaign which uses cyber tools to hack systems using the political process and that in turn helps russia to spread disinformation. the official cautions the intelligence community not saying that it has definitive proof of such tampering.
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lauren: activists has died. first lady of the conservative movement died in her st. louis home yesterday, opposition to equal rights movement and abortion rights. she also founded the conservative organization and he cently endorsed donald trump for president. her son john says the cause of death was cancer, phyllis dead at 92 year's old. nicole: missile launches were time to coincide. missiles flew and landed inside japan's defense zone. the united states issued a statement it strongly condemns
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the multiple launches. lauren: hermine continues to stay offshore but a tropical storm warning remains in effect from new york to long island all the way to massachusetts. forecasters say pounding waves and coastal floods in new york and new england, meanwhile there's another hurricane to tell you about. hurricane newton heading to méxico. it might hit arizona, we will keep watching it for you with the life report from the fox weather center in just a few minutes. nicole: in asia up arrows across the board. shanghai composite index up more than a half of one percent this after friday's job's report as well. lauren: ftse in london has turned negative, choppy trading here. the ftse down 17 points, the cac
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in paris up 10, the dax in germany up 29. nicole: will they or won't they raise rates, less likely after the job's report dow futures up 27, s&p up 3, nasdaq up 6, the three major averages gained half percent last week. lauren: agree to curve oil output. 44.78. gold gaining. nicole: buyers said the higher price depends on achieving what it calls a negotiated transaction. that's up from previous offer of $125 a share. the new offer values monsanto at
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$65 billion. lauren: apple unveils new iphone tomorrow. they're probably not going to have any ground-breaking new futures. apple's big plans for radical changes, that comes next year on that iphone model marking the tenth anniversary of the iphone. some online speculators say the latest phone, iphone 7 will look like the 6 and several reports say the standard headphone jack would be replaced by a second speaker on the bottom of the phone. that can be annoying because you scramble to get headphones which apple might want you to do. nicole: reporting delays and long lines due to computer system failure. the airlines says teams are working to fix the problem with the system.
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passengers are reporting problems at airports including atlanta, chicago, boston and this morning passengers arriving in europe are al reporting some delays. lauren: volkswagen is planning to announce it plans big stake on that company. hewlett-packard enterprise will report quarterly earnings tomorrow after close of trading, sells technology to business is expected to report lower revenue mainly due to weakness in enterprises business. barns&noble will report on thursday, has been trying to attract shoppers by expanding offerings to include merchandise such as toys and craft brewing. nicole: interesting.
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now journal says suspected ring leaders cultivated and obsessed about secrecy. seeks to protect assets worldwide. more than half of south korea assets are imported worldwide. the auto maker has settled cases to go to trial this year. gm closer to clearing remaining legal hurdles stemming from the defects. lauren: bayer may have raised to $65 billion but it may be more nothing if the white house has anything to say about it. >> the majority of blocks in 2016 have been pushing the envelope on what you can say as a reasonable basis for blocking a transaction. lauren: we will have the details
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. fox meteorologist maria molina will have the latest on that and hurricane newton in the pacific. let's check u.s. stock market futures on first trading day of the week, dow futures up 25, s&p 3 and nasdaq packing on 6. welcome to fbn:am, first look at morning markets, breaking news and what to expect for the day ahead.
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nicole: tuesday. first trading day. 5:15 a.m. in new york. let's get you caught occupy on what's happening now. both candidates spending labor day in ohio. hillary clinton spent a lot of her time criticizing donald trump and while speak to go reporters trump declined to clear confusion over his immigration proposal. president obama in asia canceled a meeting with president of the philippines in laos because he directed a curse word at president obama. the fill pin president -- philippine president regretted
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it. that's 2% more than the offer that monsanto rejected in july. first trading day after a job's report. dow futures up 25, nasdaq up 6. lauren, that's what's happening now. lauren: nicole, thanks. we told you about bayre increase but could it all be more nothing. blake berman what many call president obama's assault on company mergers. blake: just the latest in a string of high-profile mergers blocked by the obama administration. 190million-dollar deal is a fraction of some others that were halted this year as well. for example, mirnlgers between
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anthem and cigna, pfizer and allergan were stopped. the administration made the wrong decision in each case. >> i would say that the majority of blocks in 2016 have been pushing the envelope on what you can say is is a reasonable basis for blocking the transaction. blake: when i spoke to the president chief economist, he referred to the justice department but did stress the need for competition. blake: halts can prove costly for companies, for example, pfizer, $400 million for allergan for the deal falling through. back to you in new york. lauren: thank you. nicole: coming, no williams
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sister. venus was eliminated. on the men's side andy murray made it to quarter finals, all the highlights are coming up and at the box office. >> 300k, boom. >> wait, is he blind? nicole: low-budget thriller don't breath snapped the competition. welcome to fbn:am, first look at morning markets, breaking news and what to expect for the day is it a professor who never stops being a student?
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>> he's probably in there. >> who's there? >> stay right there. >> let me go. lauren: sony's don't breath, horror fear breaking gone wrong, $19.6 million, suicide squadn the film has made over $300 domestically. moving up three stipes peach dragon, followed by kubo and two strings and sausage party rounding up the top five with 6 and a half million dollars.
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nicole: yellow tennis ball. serena williams made history at the u.s. open yesterday and she beat and now has more victories in grand slam matches than anyone else in open era of tennis. williams has 308 wins, that's one more than roger federer. she now faces of romania. venus failed to convert a point and carolina of czech republic. number two seat andy murray made to quarter finals, murray faces up. he started yesterday final rounds six shots behind paul
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casey, shot a 6 under par, 65. won championship by two shots over casey at 15 under 269. new york mets remain one game behind -- back of st. louis for the second national league wild card spot, matt reynolds and johnson went leave for the mets. lauren: go mets, new york. president obama defended right of colin kaepernick to not stand before national anthem before games. kaepernick protesting racial issues and president obama said on monday that the protest maybe hard for some to deal with. >> he's exercising his constitutional right to make a statement when it comes to the flag and national anthem and the meaning that that holds for our men and women in uniform and
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those who fought for us, that is a tough thing for them to get past. lauren: police chief in santa clara, california has called on police union to take back threats to boycott 49ers game because of the way kaepernick has criticized police. nicole: hermine. we are going to go right to meteorologist maria molina with the latest. maria: it's very busy out there. we are tracking two storms systems with tropical origins and risk of severe weather across the nation. here is an area of low pressure for what feels like several weeks already. 65 miles an hour, moving toward west and it will continue to
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bring in some impacts, rainfall and strong winds and extending to parts to new england and teenagers rift currents across coastal areas. category 1 hurricane here, 90 miles per hour. this is a concern for the u.s. as well because eventually it's going to be moving north ward and will bring heavy rainfall across portions of arizona. we could be dealing dealing with flash flooding. damaging winds, hail, but also as we head into tomorrow. let's head over to you. nicole: maria molina, thank you very much. lauren: thank you. final stretch of the campaign to the white house, donald trump and hillary clinton battle across the state of ohio. >> it's going to be so vital to
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nicole: breaking news this morning as they head into the final stretch for the white house donald trump and hillary clinton in the battleground state of ohio. hillary clinton having a coughing fit and saying she is, quote, allergic to donald trump. all the highlights coming you mean. good morning, i'm nicole petallides. lauren: i'm lauren simonetti. president obama in asia cancels a meeting with the new president of the philippines after foul-mouth comments. we will tell you about them. president obama fail to go reach deal with russian president vladimir putin over syria. we will have the details. nicole: jumping 72 points on
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friday, dow futures rise ago head of the opening bell. let's take a look at this moment. s&p up 3. nasdaq up 6 this morning. lauren: stocks also rose overnight. in china shanghai composite rose more than half of one percent. nicole: oil prices on the rise. oil is up about a percent at 44.46 a barrel. lauren: bayer increases bid to $65 billion, but will it be the latest deal to be blocked by the obama administration? we will take a look. nicole: apple ceo tim cook will introduce new iphone tomorrow but already getting a thumbs down from consumers, we are going to explain. lauren: in sports no williams sister final at the u.s. open this year, serena advance to quarter finals but venus was eliminated and on the men's side on match last night andy murray made it to quarter finals, those highlights coming up.
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nicole: 5:31 a.m. in new york, we welcome you to fbn:am, what to expect on the day ahead. lauren: tuesday but feels like a monday. we begin with the race to the white house. donald trump and hillary clinton both in the battleground state of ohio on labor day. traditionally the day of the final sprint to election day. no republican has won the white house without winning ohio. >> we are going to bring jobs back to ohio, we are doing -- [cheers and applause] >> we are not going to make the horrible trade deals anymore. lauren: meanwhile clinton battling a stubborn cough at a rally in cleveland. >> every time i think about trump i get allergic. [laughter] lauren: that lasted about two minutes. clinton introduced her new
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campaign claim yesterday about 40 reporters were on the boeing 737 with clinton for the first time. there's the plane. nicole: after 7-week summer recess lawmakers report for short election season session and they have less than four weeks for passing temporary spending bill to keep the federal government operating past october 1st. the senate making funding for zika, first order of business. lawmakers left washington in july without resolving a dispute over the issue. president obama asked congress for $1.9 billion to fight zika earlier this year. lauren: president obama making a historic visit to laos for a summit of southeast asian countries. the white house says it will commit $890 million to clear unexploded dropped the u.s. dropped during vietnam war.
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>> since laos is still a relatively poor country that's developing, you know, their capacity alone to clean that up is hampered by a lack of resources. we should help. lauren: meanwhile the leader of the philippines says he regrets cursing at president obama but maybe it's a little bit too late because he was schedule today meet president obama in laos, that meeting now canceled. the u.s. provides hundreds of millions of dollars to assistance to the philippines. nicole: president obama and vladimir putin held informal meeting to end blood-shed in syria. president obama said the meeting was candid and blunt but there's still obstacles in the way of a u.s. and russian agreement. the two leaders have told their top diplomats to schedule a
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meeting for later this week. president obama brought concern over cybersecurity and the situation in ukraine. lauren: breaking news to get to this morning. u.s. intelligence and law enforcement agencies are investigating a russian operation in the united states for public distrust. the washington post reports that the u.s. hopes to understand the intent of the russian campaign which uses cyber tools to hack systems used in the political process and that in turn helps russia to spread this information. hillary clinton told reporters yesterday that putin appears to think there is, quote, some benefit to cyber-attacking the democratic national committee. >> putin and the team around him certainly believe that there is some benefit to them for doing this. as tim kaine said yesterday, this is like watergate, only now
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in cyber. lauren: may have been involved in the hacking days before the party's convention. nicole: conservative activist phyllis schalfly has died. she rose to fame in 1960's for the opposition of equal rights movement and abortion rights and also found the eagle forum, conservative organization and recently endorsed donald trump. her son says the cause was cancer, funeral arrangements. lauren: the country fired three ballistic missiles, south korean officials say the missile launches were time today coincide with the g-20 economic summit in china. missiles flu more than 600 miles, landed
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inside japan's air defense zone. the u.s. has issued a statement saying it obviously strongly condemns multiple launches. >> hermine continues to stay offshore and warning in effect from long island to massachusetts. meanwhile, hurricane newton is heading towards the pacific coast in méxico. mexican government has opened dozens of shelters in baja california, live report coming up from fox weather center in just a few minutes. lauren: all up arrows in asia. hang seng up half of one percent and kospi gaining a third of one percent.
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nicole: german factory orders were disappointing. mix bag here in europe. the crack quarante in france up a quarter of one percent and the german dax up one-third of one percent. lauren: u.s. stock market futures looking like this this morning. dow 26 points and nasdaq futures taking on 6. nicole: let's talk about some sort of freeze, gold gain 7 and a half dollars at 13.34 a troy ounce. lauren: germany's bayer raiseed price on monsanto. bayer will pay up from 125. this offers monsanto at
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$65 billion including debt. bayer is taking a close look at monsanto's book. nicole: apple unveils new iphone tomorrow but maybe with less than fanfare tomorrow. the report says they won't likely have new ground features, apple plans new radical changes for the iphone-'s tenth anniversary. iphone 7 is expected to look like 6 and closed on friday at 107.73 a share. more than one report says iphone headphone jack will be replaced by a second speaker on the bottom of the phone. we are going to hear as well as watch. i think we will hear a lot from report from apple tomorrow. lauren: we will see. i can't wait. i want to be wowed. i think a lot of people do. british airways and passengers
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are reporting delays and long lines. itt teams are working to fix the problem. atlanta, chicago and boston and this morning passengers arriving in europe are also reporting delays not the first certainly not the last airline to recently report a system causing delays. nicole: volkswagen expecting to open that it plans a big stake in the company. the move will give vw loophole in the market. hewlett-packard to report tomorrow, is expected to report lower revenue mainly to a to weakness no enterprise service business. and barnes&noble reports on thursday, has been trying to attract shoppers by expanding offerings to include merchandise
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such as toys and craft brewing kits. lauren: let's take a look at the headlines in today's edition of the wall street journal. banks miss clues and to keep prosecution on scandal. suspected ring leaders of scandal allegedly cultivated and they obsessed about secrecy. seeks to protect assets worldwide. more than half of south korean are stranded at sea or worldwide. they might not have shelves stocked for the holidays. the auto maker has settled the final two ignition switch cases to go to trial this year. gm is closer to clearing remaining legal hurdles from this deadly safety defect. nicole: coming up. fire -- bayer may have raised to
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$165 billion and it play be for nothing if the white house has anything to say. >> the majority of blocks in 2016 has been pushing the envelope on what you can say as -- is a reasonable basis for blocking the transaction. nicole: we will have the details for you. the reminiscence of hermine still, maria molina with the latest on that and newton in the pacific. you're watching fbn:am, first look at morning markets and breaking news.
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lauren: welcome back, 5:45 a.m. in new york. let's get you caught up on what's happening now. both candidates spending labor day in ohio. hillary clinton spent a lot of her time criticizing donald trump and when talking to reporters, trump decline today clear up any confusion over his immigration proposals. president obama in asia and canceled a meeting with the president of philippines in laos because directed a curse word at obama. philippine president regrets the remark. bayer and monsanto are still talking about a deal.
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bayer to raise offer, 2% more than monsanto rejected in july. worth $65 billion including debt. let's check in on u.s. stock market futures on this first trading day of the week even though it's a tuesday, traders coming back to work together after long weekend. dow futures higher and s&p packing on a tenth of one percent. nicole. nicole: we told you about bayer increase of monsanto but could it all be for nothing? blake berman is tallying up -- >> just the latest of mergers blocked by the obama manage. 190million-dollar deal is a fraction of some others that
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were halted this year. anthem and signal, etna and humana and pfizer and allergan were stopped totaling $250 billion. the administration made the wrong decision in each case. >> i would say that the majority of blocks in 2011 have been pushing the envelope on what you can say it's a reasonable basis for blocking a transaction. blake: when i spoke to the chief economist he referred to the justice department but did stress the need for competition. >> the goal of antitrust laws is to create a more competitive economy and i think a competitive economy is, you know, the most important way to be probusiness. blake: halts can prove costly for pfizer, fork over $400 million to allergan for that deal falling through. back to you in new york. lauren: coming up in williams
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sister at the u.s. open this year. serena advance to quarter final but venus eliminated. and andy murray made toyota quarter finals, highlights coming up. and at the box office. >> 300k, boom. >> that's our guy. >> wait, is he blind? lauren: low budget thriller don't breath snuck out the competition again. you're watching fbn:am, first look at morning markets and breaking news. 5:48 on the east coast
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>> he's probably in there. >> who's there? >> stay right there. >> let me go. nicole: these scenes give me the chills. horror film that traps a breaking gone wrong earning $19.6 million over the labor day weekend. suicide squad finished in second place with 12.8 million. the film has now made millions domestically. $8.6million with 8 and a half million. sausage party rounds the top five with $6.5 million.
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lauren: i have to get to the movies. serena williams making history because she beat and now more victories in grand slam matches than anyone else in the open tennis. despite an effort venus failed to convert a match point and loss in three sets carolina of the czech republic. williams missed a chance toned it when she was up 5-4 in the third set. and the late match last night andy murray made toyota quarter finals by beating number 22 seed. murray faces 2013 runner up. murray defeated in the finals in rio olympics last month. in baseball the new york yankees fell behind early but came
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storming back yesterday. home run to right field and added rbi to lead 5-3. in college football freshman two touchdowns leading number two, florida state to largest comeback victory ever last night. seminoles were down by 22 and came back to win 45 to 34 over number 11 mississippi in the acc showdown. nicole: reminiscence of hermine affecting parts of east. meteorologist maria molina is in the fox weather center with the latest. maria: we are tracking hermine and right now it has sustained winds at 65 miles an hour. it's still a powerful storm system and produce significant impacts across portions of long
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island and southern parts of new england in particularly across the beaches. that's where you're going to see the impacts but there could be rain and that's something else that we are watching and the storm has taken towards the west and we are anticipating impacts. we still have tropical storm warnings in effect out there. slow mover, meanwhile across pacific we have category 1 hurricane currently moving on shore across cabo and then over the next couple of days it's going to keep moving north ward bringing tropical moisture to places like arizona, flash flooding across there and we have a front moving through bringing in risk for severe storms later tonight and into tonight. let's head over to you nicole, lauren. nicole: this is our last day with you. we want to canning -- congratulate.
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lauren: dr. molina. >> three years, hopefully. that's all that i'm looking at and i will have my doctorate and be done with that phase. at least that i know that finally is done in terms of academic endeavors and research i want to work on and i am going to miss you guys so much. thank you for having me on your show every morning. nicole: so impressed with you, we are so proud of you, good luck with everything. lauren: bye, maria. coming up, we are going to hand it over to maria bartiromo. first let's take a look at futures, 24 points and nasdaq futures gaining 5 and a half. this is fbn:am
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nicole: have a great week, thank you for vaching fbn:am. lauren: thank you, with that let's hand it over to maria. maria bartiromo, taxpayer tuesday. maria: thanks so much. welcome, i'm maria bartiromo, it is tuesday september 6th. thanks for joining us. your top stories right now 6:00 a.m. on the east coast. in the race for the white house hillary clinton finally stops dodges the press taking shoft ball questions from the
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mainstream media on her flight. later in the day she blames a coughing fit on rival donald trump, listen. >> welcome to our big plane. it's so exciting. >> what do you think? >> i think it's pretty cool, don't you? >> every time i think about trump i get allergic. >> the media is protective about crooked hillary. maria: latest from the campaign trail this morning. president obama says the united states has a moral obligation to help the people of laos and pledges $90 million of your taxpayer money. details on how historic visit to the isolated southeast asia nation ahead. plus widespread delays for airline passengers, we will tell you about british airways computer failures coming up. bayer

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