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this on. this is "way too early" a show that would settle for lunch at the sizzler. good morning. i'm ayman mohyeldin. we begin with third straight day of losses for the chinese stock market. this as wall street remains on edge after a historic drop yesterday. the shanghai plunged 7.6% to reach the lowest point in months. there's fears of losses here after the dow fell 588 points to hit the lowest level many eight months. we saw the dow drop more than 1,000 points during opening minutes of trading before recovering throughout the course of the day. nancy is live in london. what are we expecting to see
this morning? >> well, ayman, looks like a bit of good news this morning. we are looking at u.s. markets to open a bit higher with dow open 300 points. looking for gaining of 2%. on a normal day it's encouraging. given a steep drop of last three sessions, there's a long way to go before we get to near high levels if at all. one thing we should mention, european harmarkets push higher range of 3%. china still a real concern. we did see bit of a relief in the china session earlier. the shanghai composite closed down nearly 8% as you suggested. silver lining is is a lot of analysts claim the chinese central bank should come through with a stimulus. analysts continue to wait for that. that could give a continued boost to markets. for now, the eye is on the fed
as federal reserve hosts the summit in jackson hole later this week. >> name of the game, wait and see. live from london, thank you very much. as you imagine, some presidential candidates were quick to link the market instability on direct result of president obama's policies with chi china. >> i want y'all to consider the real possibility the reason our markets are affected so badly by economic problems in china -- not in the united states but economic problems in china -- is because of policies of this president. remember that when the chinese hold this much of our debt, if the chinese get a cough, we get the flu. and that's what's happening right now in my opinion in our financial markets. >> we're tying ourself so closely to asia in particular to china, this is going to be trouble for our country. not only now have they taken our jobs, base, manufacturing, but
now they're pulling us down. we have to do a big uncoupling soon before it's too late. >> a man name xi jinping. he's coming over. he's getting a dinner at the white house. would you throw him a dinner? >> you can't continue to devalue. we'll give him a steak dinner. he has sucked our jobs. >> u.s. companies do it. they're doing it. >> no. it's our system. >> you would be comfortable with the chinese saying here's a big mac. really? >> i'd give him a probably double size big mac. not so much the companies, it's our government that allowed china to do this. >> i don't buy that for a
second. >> meanwhile, presidential candidate jeb bush spent the day in a town in texas on the border defending his term of the use of anchor babies last week. he said he may have offended more people in doing so. >> this is ludacris for the clinton campaign and others to suggest somehow i'm using a derogatory term. there's fraud committed with organizeed efforts. frankly it's more related to asian people coming into our country, having children many that organized efforts, taking advantage of a noble concept with birth rights citizenship. i support the 14th amendment. nothing about what hah i said should be viewed as derogatory towards immigrants at all. we need to take a step back and chill out when it comes to political correctness. >> now the rhetoric between bush
and donald trump is getting personal. speaking in english and spanish, he talked about the plan. >> it is unrealistic, would cost hundreds of billions of dollars. it will create friction with third largest trading partner that's not necessary. he's wrong about this. if he was interested in the more comprehensive approach, he may want to read my book i published four years ago. i welcome mr. trump from the debate. he's a serious candidate. he ought to be held to what serious candidates are held to. he needs to be held to account for his views. [ speaking spanish ] >> in response, trump retweeted a comment that was said by jeb bush's mother who said -- we'll get to that in a second. here's what trump had to say.
jeb bush is crazy. who cares that he speaks mexican. this is america, english. that wasn't the only clash between the two bushes. a web video featured footage of jeb bush's mother former first lady barbara bush. >> would you like to see him run? >> no, i really don't. i think it's a great country. there are a lot of great families. there are other people out there that are very qualified. we've had enough bush's. >> now barbara bush has resended the 2013 comments and endorsed her son. another day, another flurry of headlines with joe biden's intentions for 2016. one source tells cnn that president obama gave biden his
blessing to run. as the lunch was taking place, josh earnest was telling the press core that choosing biden was the best decision he made. >> to add joe biden to his ticket as the running mate was the smartest decision in politics. that should give you a view of vice president biden's aptitude for the top job. >> this is a better decision than secretary of state he chose. you said it was the best decision he made. >> yeah, it was. >> earnest went on to say the president -- president obama would not rule out endorsing a candidate in the democratic primary. it comes as a new report in "the
huffing post" citing if president jumps in, it is because he believes hillary clinton's background will prevent her on income inequality. his wife jill is apparently reluctant of a campaign as the family grieves the loss of his son beau biden. advisors have said he'll make a decision by the end of september. turning now overseas to new details about how a tragedy was avoided on the paris bound train. we told you about the three americans and hero's welcome they received in france. now we learn about another man's contributions on that train. here's more. >> still dressed in their vacation khakis, americans
received a thank you for grateful france. the president hollande called them heroes. one was missing, a french american who was shot during the attack. moogalian's wife told french radio her husband's story. i thought he was going to die, she says. he sees the gunman fighting with a french passenger and rushes to help. he grabs the ak-47, turns and shot in the back. american spencer stone hears the gun shot, runs toward the gunman and gets him in a choke hold. the attacker pulls out a box cutter. then the others beat the attacker unconscious. hiding under a table and taking pictures is christina. >> the man dropped to the floor. he was bleeding profusely
through the neck. >> it was moogalian in the hospital alive and recovering. the suspect is 26-year-old moroccan who lived in europe several years and was on a terror watch list in france. what made him allegedly board a train with a bag of weapons is still a mystery. this is where the train came in, one of the busiest station this is the world. you can see how open it is. you can see the flplatforms, waiting with their bags. everyone mixes, all in the same area. a heavier police presence here and stations throughout europe as leaders debate how to make trains more secure while keeping the hundreds of thousands who use them moving. new details are emerging about the good samaritans that race into action after a state trooper was shot in louisiana.
those people rushed over to help the trooper after he was wounded by 54-year-old dagle. the trooper died yesterday. >> this is a hero. he got there, removed him off our trooper. he grabbed kevin and grabbed our trooper's handcuffs, handcuffed him and held him there. >> another one of the good samaritans says he's not a hero and did what anyone would have done. >> frantic fighter flight instinct. the same as if a mother's child is in danger. they're not worried about the danger. they run straight to rescue their child, you know. it's just not -- it's not
heroic. it's what you do. i hope that anyone would have done the same thing. i know if i was presented with it again, i'd do exactly the same thing. it's just -- i hope maybe people take from it they can help people in need too. >> kevin is now facing first degree murder charges. police say he may be connected to another murder on sunday. still ahead on "way too early," sad news out of the world of racing. death of up and coming indy driver. thrill of victory turns to agony defeat. the end of the race excruciating to watch. those stories and more on "way too early" when we come back. ♪ ♪ president obama is calling ted kennedy the greatest u.s. senator of our time.
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justin wilson has died. he suffered a severe head injury competing sunday. he was struck on the helmet by a piece of flying debris following a one car accident by another driver. he was airlifted to the hospital where he remained in a coma. he was known by peers as a gentle giant. considered one of the most popular drivers, wilson racked up over 12 year career in u.s., seven wins. he's survived by wildfife and t daughters. mri results confirm pro bowl
receiver suffered a torn acl during the season opener to the steelers. the new addition to the colts. reggie wayne is signed to a one year deal. patriots and colts meet october 18th, first time since last year's championship game that sparked the so called deflategate saga. tom brady first game back after his suspension also against the colts on that date. to the track where one u.s. runner r gets ahead of hearse. k kids, we've told you this many times. always finish strong. seems to have a lock on the race before raising arms in victory before the finish line. her celebration as you imagine rof proves to be immature.
>> if she finished third place, we never would have heard of her. >> that's not the lesson we pass on to kids. finish the race strong folks. as you imagine -- she actually lost that race by nine 100th of a second. chicago rookie chris brian at the plate. making strong case for rookie of the year with the walk-off shot to give the cubs a win over cleveland. now update from our rookie of the year bill karins. >> that's it? >> no other highlights? >> that's it. ever heard of a team called the mets? eight home runs last night. flores gone. eight home runs.
listen and watch. >> it's out of here. home run in the fourth. it's out of here. deep left field. that ball is out of here. >> doesn't that make you feel better? >> it does. really good highlights. we knew you were going to do weather. >> that makes me warm and fuzzy inside. that's good. >> not a bad day. erika, that's the next storm. if you've got plans in the bahamas, coastal florida next week, this is a storm we need to watch. we got done with danny. kind of fell apart bringing rain to puerto rico this morning which they need. this is the storm we'll have to monitor the closest, maybe during the rest of the hurricane season is. this is coming in the general direction of florida, bahamas, southeast united states as we go throughout the ends of the weekend into next week. hurricane center, brand new
update. category 1 early sunday morning heading towards the central bahamas. what are computer models tell us. there's a split in what could happen. it could be a weaker storm, interact with the dominican republic and stay a tropical storm and head towards cuba. couple of other computer models have it a stronger tomorrow. it could curve more and be off the southeast coast three or four days. luckily the flow off the coastline, south carolina, georgia and carolinas could keep the storm near the coast or off the coast. doesn't look like much of a chance this could slam in the southeast u.s. it could be close enough to have direct impact for beaches and definitely rip currents and wave action and that sort of stuff. florida and coastline of georgia. not a lot of bad weather out there today. beautiful this great lakes. showers and thunderstorms in new england. looks like this is the storm to watch. >> we'll keep an eye on it.
bill karins, thanks for that. congratulations to your mets. >> they're not my team, but i'm on the bandwagon. >> we'll see how long that last. there's tickets. >> i'm a tigers fan. a fake out in court. we're not talking basketball. "way too early" back in a moment. hi my name is tom. i'm raph. my name is anne. i'm one of the real live attorneys you can talk to through legalzoom. don't let unanswered legal questions hold you up, because we're here, we're here, and we've got your back. legalzoom. legal help is here. isn't it beautiful
one thing i find helpful when watching tv, that info button. it brings up the screen that tells you what you need to know about the show you're watching. it is helpful. i thought we'd look at info button results in a piece called "what am i watching?" hit the button. it said archival information of america's final president. >> this if you want to hear a paramedic say heart attack. >> bachelor in paradise watching for a bit. hit the button. this is the name of a drugstore that carries valtrex. >> all right. now let's get a check on this morning's other headlines. we head to the control room and correspondent lewis joins us. >> i'll take that one.
unexpected show for players waiting for time. the fifth ranked tennis player in the world. others had to wait longer than usual court time. she's worth millions. couldn't she go to a private club to practice? that was tweeted. ayman, i go to those courts all the time. i'm surprised it didn't get worse than that. if you get on that bench and wait longer than an hour, it usually gets pretty bad. i'm happy it stayed pretty tame. forevers at a pennsylvania courthouse were seeing double yesterday. some claim the state's attorney general tried to pull off a fake out to devert press when leaving the courtroom. whether intentional or just sisterly support, her sister
left the courthouse. she was indicted on charges she leaked secret information and lied about it under oath. she denies wrong doing. yesterday we brought you the news of jon stewart and spending first days of retirement. jumping in the ring sunday night with wwe summer slam and taking on john with a chair. he had the signature attitude adjustment last night. take a look. >> right now i'm going to do what i've got to do. >> oh no. >> that's jon stewart. >> put him down john. >> john cena just gave jon stewart the aa. >> that looks like it hurt. i think that's the beginning of a beautiful friendship or
classic wwe rivalry. >> jon stewart is hitting the gym and going to take him on yet. >> that's athletic to get slammed on your back like that and live to tell the tale. coming up on "morning joe" what's called the great fall of china. what's going on with the markets. and george pataki joins the set. and the mystery man badly injured after wrestling the ak-47 away from the suspect. those stories and much more coming up on "morning joe". one bottle has the grease cleaning power of two bottles of this bargain brand. a drop of dawn and grease is gone. no student's ever been the king of the campus on day one. but you're armed with a roomy new jansport backpack, a powerful new dell 2-in-1 laptop, and durable new stellar notebooks,
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