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Feb 10, 2017 4:00am PST
>>> breaking news. president donald trump does a complete about face with china that's being felt around the globe. >>> as the president is right now planning his next move in court after all three appeals court justices refused to reinstate his immigration order. >>> even a winter nor'easter couldn't keep some brave souls from a frigid polar plunge. >>> and it's a battle of trump versus trump as alec baldwin and jimmy fallon go head to head. >> it's not a juicy burrito from china, is it? >> no, no. i myself would not ever eat a burrito from china. and the honduran that delivered this burrito to the studio, we had him deported. >> "early today" starts right now. >>> happy friday to you. i'm frances rivera. major development when it comes to the president and foreign policy. breaking overnight, president trump has agreed to honor the u.s.'s one-china policy. the white house says the president made this commitment while speaking with chinese president xi jinping last night. president trump previously said that he did not feel bound by the policy, which requires the u.s. to maintain
Mar 8, 2017 4:00am EST
you got to see. >>> plus, china fears the situation with the u.s. and north korea could quickly spiral out of control. "early today" is back in two. per roll more "doing chores for dad" per roll bounty is more absorbent, so the roll can last 50% longer than the leading ordinary brand. so you get more "life" per roll. bounty, the quicker picker upper lergies with nasal congestion? find fast relief behind the counter with claritin-d. [ upbeat music ] strut past that aisle for the allergy relief that starts working in as little as 30 minutes and contains the best oral decongestant. live claritin clear, with claritin-d. fortified.tored. replenished. emerge everyday with emergen-c packed with b vitamins, antioxidants, electrolytes plus more vitamin c than 10 oranges. why not feel this good everyday? emerge and see. we pour 'em! we pass 'em! we pick 'em! delicious fun for everyone. hershey's miniatures are mine, yours, our chocolate. yours, choose to make it last. two ways to get the longwearing brow you want: new color
Apr 26, 2017 4:00am PDT
controversial anti missile defense system. t.h.a.d. is strongly opposed by china. the foreign ministry reiterating its serious concern and asking washington to withdraw the plans. the u.s. is adamant that this system is necessary in order to counter the growing threat from north korea. we saw images today of kim jong-un presiding over the exercise. the regime has yet to follow through on the sixth nuclear test. that's been the focus of intense speculation and tension over the past several weeks. it raises the question of china's influence and whether economic pressure is being applied to pyongyang. petrol prices have apparently spiked in north korea, suggesting perhaps china has restricted oil shipments as it indirectly threatened to do. atms apparently running out of cash. air china which cut back flights to pyongyang says they'll resume next week. there's the sense here that maybe china is managing the economic lever in punishment-reward type basis to get the message to kim jong-un. >> china launched their first domestically built aircraft carrier. what's the significance of this? >>
Aug 27, 2012 4:30am EDT
to the republican national convention. >>> and rare rival. a giant panda in china welcomes >>> and rare rival. a giant panda in china welcomes a brand new budgeted of joy. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> hello and very good morning to you. i'm veronica de la cruz. today we begin with tracking isaac. folks from florida pan handle are watching and waiting as isaac makes its way into the gulf of mexico. forecasters say by the time isaac makes landfall it could be a dangerous category 2 hurricane. nbc's jay gray reports. >> reporter: isaac continues to intensify in the gulf. wind and rain thrashing florida for much of the day. >> we're only two feet above sea level. >> reporter: officials have ed mandatory evacuations in many coastal communities. to this point florida has only seen a glancing blow. >> a large area at risk here. >> reporter: isaac is a massive storm with wind 350 miles. as the storm shifts, so does the focus. governors have declared states of emergency in florida, mississippi. >> it's important to be on high alert. >> reporter: new orleans and southwes
Jan 19, 2011 4:00am EST
states playshost to china's president. trcie potts joins frus washingn with more on that. >> reporter: lynn, good morning. he has a busy day start, private etings with president obama and a sit-down with some of the top ceos from arican businesses and from chinese companies that are investing in the united stes. thessue here is china's currency. it is rising, but its so low that it keeps chinese goods super cheap and thatmakes it very difficul for american busisses to compete. they'll talk about that today. also at issue tod, china's record on human rights. critics are pressing predent obama to address this during the president's four-day vit. he'also being criticized for throwing a lavish stateinner tonight, given china's human rights record. this visit is sucha big deal he united states, take a look at this, promowingal video featuring chine stars are being shown300 times a d in times square. it is amazing. a lot of people around the coury being exposed to the president's visit. also, i should menti here on capitol hill today, while that isoing on, that here on capitol hill theyl be
Jan 20, 2011 4:00am EST
everythng from human rights and on chese currency and on a less controversial note china's decision to loan pandas to the washington zoo for five more years. >> reporter: the white hous was full of fanfare. >> to our people. the citizens of the peple's republic o china and the united states of america. >> rerter: the chine leader honored by president obama in a room flush with star power from former presidents to celebrities like barbra streisand and jackie chan. but the state visit was also a delicate dance between two nation else who don't always agree. earlier in the day, president obama pushedresident hu on human rights. >> we have some core views as americans about the univerelty of ctain rights. >> reporter: the need to beown in china on human rights. >> reporter: theyet with the headsf some of the country's biggest businesses, predent obamabalancing his challen for china to increase the value of its curren with the announcement of a $45 billion trade deal. >> as chins per capita income rises, that offers an opportunity for increased trade and commercial ties that benefit both
Jun 21, 2010 4:30am EDT
. >>> a big week for apple. china eases up and there's still gold in those hills. you're watching early "today." and your early morning business headlines are straight ahead. >>> plus, toys are back in town and they're living up to the buzz. we'll take you to the movies. >>> also, irish eyes are smiling at the u.s. open. the battle of new york runs through the bronx. and sound the vuvuzelas. you're watching "early today." >>> good morning. welcome back to "early today." here are some of your top headlines this morning. israel says it will ease its blockade on the gaza strip allowing in all goods except for weapons and the material used to make them. israel has been under pressure to let up on the blockade since et deadly raid last month on a flotilla carrying aid to gaza. the white house welcomed this announcement and has rescheduled delayed talks with benjamin netanyahu. the new date, july the 6th. >>> china's state media is reporting that at least 46 miners have been killed in an explosion at a coal mine in central china. 26 did manage to escape. >>> this poland, this will be an
Jul 9, 2012 4:00am PDT
stunt man in china is lucky to be alive after a heart-stopping a stunt man in china is lucky to be alive after a heart-stopping fall. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> hello and very good morning to you. welcome to our viewers across the nation, including the pacific time zone. i'm veronica de la cruz. today we begin with back to work. as lawmakers return from the holiday, president obama is reportedly getting ready to stir political fires with a call to extend bush-era tax cuts but not for everyone. this as the president's campaign turns up the heat on mitt romney over his tax history and offshore bank accounts. nbc's brian mooar joins us with details. brian, good morning to you. >> reporter: faced with bad headlines, the obama campaign wants to change the conversation. as congress returns today from its july 4th recess, president obama already has work planned for lawmakers. later today he's reportedly going to ask congress to extend bush-era tax cuts to those earning less than $250,000 a year. the obama campaign needs to quickly turn away from the feeble jobs rep
Sep 25, 2015 4:00am PDT
will be meeting with the leaders from china and russia. the president of china this morning and on monday obama is scheduled to meet with vladomim putin in new york. tra tracie potts this morning. >> he's going to meet with xi jinping and tech companies. and there are some serious differences between the countries and we are likely to hear machine about that when the leaders come out and speak together later today. >> china suspected of hacking government computers gets another formal welcome at the white house this morning. >> if we continue to be a cheap date when it comes to human rights then we can expect thesis atrocities to continue on and on and on. >> we want to be greater business partners but we have do so in a legal environment where they stop stealing our stuff. >> is it state department insists the u.s. will not shy away from confronting those issues. >> we're going to continue to be just as forth right and candid about those as we have been. >> but china is a key trading partner and the world's biggest polluter. today china and the rust are expected to announce a new
Feb 14, 2012 4:00am EST
of several expected during the visit of china's vice president. >>> in charlotte a school bus driver who rescued all of her passengers from an inferno last week was honored. lynn dor ra richardson was at the wheel when an electrical fire broke out in the dashboard. richardson immediately told the six kids aboard to move to the back of the bus and then helped them escape. she says she's not a hero, it was just part of the job. >>> finally, the harlem globe trotters are soaring to new heights. that guy is the world's tallest professional basketball player. paul sturgis is 7'8" tall. he was atop the empire state building. his nickname is tiny. now for a look at your national and regional weather. here is bill karins with your weather channel forecast. >> we were talking yesterday about the snow in the middle of the country. little bit this morning, lynn. nothing too major. areas in northern kentucky were a little surprised. areas around louisville getting a wintery mix and getting snow north to the louisville area. detroit will have a little bit of snow. same with columbus and cl
Sep 3, 2015 4:00am PDT
>>> it's thursday, september 3rd, coming up on "early today," massive show of force, china unveiled their latest military hardware before russia's putin and the world celebrated the 70th anniversary of the end of world war ii by showing off their military. >>> the battle between jeb bush and donald trump heats up. a person connected to hillary clinton's email win plead the fifth and joe biden speculation continue. >>> unbelievable scene of heartbreak as desperate migrants and refugees flee the middle east. >>> all that and more as "early today" starts right now. >>> good morning, i'm dara brown. the gop race for the 2016 nomination is turning into a mano-a-mano affair. donald trump said that jeb bush is a nice man but set an example by speaking he cenglish in the united states. players on this mexican video game get points by throwing things at the candidates until he runs offstage. jeb bush's websites features a which candidate are you. would you rather support a candidate who strives to shake every hand everywhere or is a germophobe when it comes to shaking hands. >>> kareem abdul
Apr 17, 2017 4:00am PDT
is the sense that with the pressure mounting, there will be more leaning on china to try to rein in pyongyang, to try to have both sides back down. the risk right now is that the north will move ahead with another test or there could be some miscalculation and that one small mistake could have terrible consequences. yasmin. >> certainly all eyes in the coming days. thank you. >>> back here in the united states the president has remained silent on north korea while lark out against nation wide protesters who demanded to see his tax returns and flip flopping on his previous charges against china. nbc's kelly o'donnell has more on that. >> reporter: no comment is not the president's usual approach but his silence on north korea's failed launch is to deprive kim jong-un of attention. >> what he's able to convey is north korea is no longer an asset. north korea is a liability. >> reporter: the presidential motorcade rolled along the ocean's edge to a palm beach church where the trumps celebrated easter services. after a surprising 40-hour break from twitter the president unleashed a spri
May 11, 2011 4:30am EDT
microsoft pay too much? disney disappoints and wall street has a date with china. your early morning business headlines are straight ahead. >>> plus, the location of the royal honeymoon has been revealed and the guest who wasn't invited finally speaks out. >>> coming up, the nba hits the lakers andrew bien yumm where it hurts the most, chicago bullies the hawks and the chicago is on the brink of making history. you're watching "early today." >>> good morning, and welcome back to "early today." i'm lynn berry. here are some of your top headlines this morning. a congressional aide says the cia has told some lawmakers they can view postmortem photos of osama bin laden if they wish. meanwhile, al qaeda is warning that the u.s. has committed a, xwoet, big mistake on killing bin laden and is calling on all muslims to avenge his death. >>> a budget plan passed by house republicans last month would leave up to 44 million low income people uninsured over the next decade. the reduction would be in part because of a proposed cut in medicaid spending. >>> yesterday, indiana's governor si
Aug 25, 2015 4:00am PDT
right now. >>> good morning, right now stock futures are surging after china decided to cut interest rates. in a matter of hours u.s. markets will open with a bang after yesterday's roller coaster ride. the week started with the dow falling more than 1,000 points in just minutes. it rebounded a little bit, but ended monday down 588 points. the nasdaq and s&p are also down almost 4%. overnight, japan's nikkei fell 4%, china slid 7.5%. but stocks in europe are in the black. cnbc will tell us what to watch for today. but first, nbc's carl quintanilla explains how we got here. >> it was by wall street standards an historic drop. the dow falling by more than 1,000 points at the opening bell. titans of american business crashing. home depot down 20%. general electric and jp morgan down 21% before recovering. it left economists, traders -- >> the noise this morning created confusion, it created a little bit of chaos. >> and even cnbc news anchors stunned. >> these are -- >> these are enormous moves. >> by noon there were signs of stability but the concerns that prompted the sell-off remain.
Aug 7, 2017 3:30am EDT
economically. >> reporter: all eyes, of course, have been on china. the u.s. expecting china to use its influence with north korea in order to have pyongyang stop its weapons testing. china's foreign minister meeting directly with north korea's foreign minister. there is about $1 billion in trade at stake, and china is saying the north must be punished for those missile tests last month. back to you. >> china, a linchpin in this situation. janice, thank you so much. >>> president trump wakes up in his new jersey club this morning, in the middle of what aides are calling a 17-day working vacation, as the white house gets a long planned renovation. while far from d.c., the administration isn't removed -- a bombshell report hit news stands. joining us for it all, nbc's tracy pots. good morning. >> reporter: let's start with that "new york times" report that says there are a lot of republicans concerned about who should be on the ballot for president in 2020. and one name that keeps popping up, mike pence, the vice president. take a look. "the new york times" quoting an aide saying that
Aug 25, 2015 4:00am EDT
already. >> reporter: right. traders here on wall street dismayed by what happened with ocks in china. first, we do want to say stocks were down in china which meant losses across the board in asia. european shares and u.s. futures are up so there may be a little bit of optimism that is providing some hop today. it won't be yesterday, within minutes of the opening bell. this is what happened yesterday, the dow plunged more than 1,000 points by the end of the trading day the dow finished down 588 points. that meant 11 months of gains wiped not three trading sessions. there are fears that china's economy are slowing down. here in the u.s. ans d what that means for the u.s. markets. >> they've created demand. they've created commerce when our economy was slower. now, china's slowing and the rest of the world seems to be fairly slow, too. >> reporter: again, stocks closed lower in china. but what is happened right now, european share, u.s. futures are up. for the regular investor who may be woroped about their 401(k). the message from market analysts, michael is to sit tough. we'll talk a
Nov 1, 2016 4:00am PDT
spirit airlines search after a frantic search after a passenger noticed something odd. >>> china unveiled this sophisticated fighter as they continued their surge in a global arms race. >> the obamas go all out for their final white house halloween. "early today" starts right now. >> good morning. i'm ayman mohyeldin. >> i'm frances rivera. a crucial seven days. we're one week from election day. the fbi director's actions regarding the e-mails found on the computer of houuma abedin continue to dominate the race. donald trump has used it to bash clinton again and again and again. >> hillary is the one who broke the law over and over and over again. we can be sure that what is in those e-mails is absolutely devastating. why aren't they firing hillary clinton? why is she allowed to run? i have a son named baron, and i want to tell you she is a terrible example for my son and the children in this country. that i can tell you. >> meanwhile, democrats accused james comey of practicing a double standard while clinton continues to deny there is any news here, attempting to refocus on tru
Oct 18, 2010 4:00am PDT
the country in years. thousands of people have fled the storm as it makes its way towards china and vietnam. >>> and a new ranking shows charitable donations in the united states dropped by 11% last year. the worst decline in the 20 years the rankings have been tallied. in all the 400 institutions in the survey raised a total of $68.6 billion last year. >>> and now here is an early look at one of your top health headlines on new guidelines being issued today by the american heart association switching the steps for cpr telling rescuers to start with hard, fast chest presses before giving mouth to mouth. in 2008 the group recommended the untrained or those unwilling to do rescue breaths could do hands-only cpr until paramedics arrived. now the group says everyone who uses standard cpr should begin with chest compressions. >>> for more information on this and other health stories you can always head to the web and check out our health page online at >>> "early today" health is brought to you vagisil wash with odor block. the confident clean. >>> now here's anothe
Apr 11, 2011 4:30am EDT
>>> and up, up, and away. china successfully launches its eighth navigation satellite into china successfully launches its eighth navigation satellite into orbit. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> hello. very good monday morning to you. i'm veronica de la cruz. today we begin with wild weather. before we go to that, we wan to give you the latest out of japan. we're getting word there's been a 7.1 aftershock in japan. no news on a tsunami warning yet. but as soon as we get more details, we'll get that to you. getting back to weather -- a blast of violent spring storms tore across much of the country over the weekend leaving a trail of destruction. in iowa, a state of emergency has been declared in parts of that state where a tornado flattened a fifth of one town. nbc's francesco reports. >>> get back! >> reporter: the tornado, slammed into mapleton, iowa saturday evening without warning. >> it happened so fast. we were 60 yards away from them. we had a dust swirl. and before we knew it, we had a full-blown tornado on the ground. >> leaving blocks and blocks of the
Nov 16, 2009 4:30am EST
historic visit to china. >>> more harm than good. millions could be affected by new concerns over two popular cholesterol drugs. >>> and sky high. a 95-year-old woman celebrates her birthday with a death-defying leap. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> hello and good morning, everyone. i'm dan kloeffler. >>> today we begin with a delicate diplomatic two-step. president obama is working his way through asia to strengthen american ties in that region, particularly with china. now, that's a country that the united states has new complicated, almost unprecedented economic ties. nevertheless, opening his first visit to that country, the president politely but firmly pressed for greater freedoms there, including unsensored access to the internet. nbc chief white house correspondent chuck todd is traveling with the president. he joins frus shanghai this morning. chuck, good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning, dan. you put it really well saying it was a polite little tag at the china nie chinese government in particular on the internet. he was asked pointedly by a qu
Apr 30, 2012 4:00am PDT
launch marks another space a spectacular nighttime launch marks another space accomplishment by china. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> hello and a very good morning to you. welcome to our viewerses across the nation including the pacific time zone. i'm veronica de la cruz. today we begin with a campaign contribution. president obama has called on former president bill clinton to help him with fund-raising and his re-election effort against republican challenger mitt romney. nbc's tracie potts joins us now from washington with details. tracie, good morning to you. >> veronica, good morning to you. they were campaigning together last night in northern virginia at a private fund-raiser. and that's pretty important because the president carried virginia last time around. this time it could be tougher though for democrats. he's also featured president clinton in a new ad talking about the death of osama bin laden. in it former president clinton said mr. obama took the harder, more honorable path. democrats say this is fair game for the campaign because it speaks to the pr
Sep 25, 2015 4:00am EDT
the leaders of superpower rivals, china and russia. the president of china will be welcomed at the white house this morning, then on monday, president obama is scheduled to meet russian president vladimir putin that general assembly in new york. >> reporter: let's start with china because he's got a pretty full agenda starting with this morning. meetings with president obama and president of china. and not everyone thinks we should be rolling out the red carpet with china. their record of human rights abuses and more recently suspected of hack nothing to state department computers. they are often discussed behind closed doors. we're expecting a joint news conference later today. president g is just coming back from the west coast meeting with business leaders there. they're hoping to open their doors and expand trade between the two countries. however, there are still areas where the united states and the china disagree. the other big thing is the environment. they're expected today to announce a more formal agreement to curb emissions between the two countries p. . and russia, at
Sep 6, 2017 3:30am EDT
the possible solution. russia, china, and now south korea trying to find common ground with china and russia in believing that that would be the way forward. that is in response partially to the criticism from president trump that south korea should give up on its willingness to negotiate with the north in saying that it amounts to appeasement and that talk right now is not the answer. the u.s., of course, is pushing for tougher sanctions. in particular, an oil embargo is being talked about. that is where china holds the key. it supplies 80% of north korea's oil needs. so, if they did shut off the taps, then it would effectively shut down the economy. the problem, of course, is that china does not want the regime to collapse. it would have geopolitical implications. so the question being debated in china now is, is regime collapse worse than having a nuclear capable neighbor? patience here is certainly wearing thin with the antics of kim jong-un, but it's unclear what china's next move could be. philip and frances, back to you. >> the world is watching. janice, thank you. >> still to
Aug 27, 2010 4:00am PDT
expect it to pay for itself with bigger salaries back home. >>> one man in china is turning his disability into an extraordinary ability. playing the piano with his toes. after having both arms amputated at age 10, this pianist learned to overcome the adversity that's often criticized in china and became famous doing it. the toe tapper has attracted nationwide attention on the country's hit show china's got talent, which features many disabled musicians. >>> here's one reason to hold on to your spare change. it could really add up. take this businessman in china who saved enough of it to buy a $15,000 van. the loot built up because many of his customers often pay in small change and that left him with 100,000 paper bills with a u.s. value of 15 cents each, which the dealership confirmed was exact change. >> that's cute, i like that. i was wondering what they were carrying out of the back, but it must have been like quarters or small change. >> i get a hard time when i try to pay for an ice cream cone with change. >> you can always find that money. it's down in the seat. you got
Nov 1, 2016 4:00am CDT
frantic search after a passenger noticed something odd. >>> china unveiled this sophisticated fighter as they continued their surge in a global arms race. >> obama's go all out, "early today" starts right now. >> i'm frances rivera. a crucial seven day, one week from election day. donald trump and hillary clinton are launching a fresh barrage on one another insuring that the worse is yet to come. he says his campaign woes are nothing more than a media narrative brought on by phony polls created by a biassed industry. >>> hillary is the one that broke the law over and over and over again. we can be sure that what is those e-mails is absolutely devastating. why aren't they firing hillary clinton? why is she allowed to run? i have a son named baron and i want to tell you, she is a terrible example for my son and for the children in this country. >> that i can tell you. >> meanwhile, democrats accuse director james comey of a double standard while clinton continues to deny there is any news here, attempting to refocus the i said it was a mistake and i regret it and now they appare
Aug 12, 2015 4:00am PDT
of a beer truck lost control of his big rig when he became distracted by his dog. >>> now to china. this surveillance video shows a woman being hit, oh, my goodness, by a car driving in reverse. and the woman reportedly suffered just a minor injury. >>> nick wallenda walks over 1500 feet above the milwaukee mile speed way. >>> and check out this spectacular photo of a rainbow and lightning bolt in tucson, arizona. the purpose, to prevent water from evaporating as they battle a historic drought. >> he got the shot after chasing the storm for more than two hours. pretty amazing shot there. >> the markets could be heading for more losses after stocks cross crushed on tuesday following china's surprise move to reduce the value of its currency. it's parking worries that it may be in worse shape than previously thought. stocks that have big expose in china may be falling sharply. a move that will preserve about 1,000 union jobs. and facebook is reportedly working on a twitter like app that lets media outlets send breaking news alerts. they will be sent out like tweets with links to artic
Sep 15, 2016 4:00am PDT
interrupted by a pastor when he attacked hillary clinton. take a listen. >> china now, if you look at what is going on, a trade deficit of $500 billion. hillary failed on the economy just like she's failed on foreign policy. everything she touched didn't work out. nothing. now, hillary clinton -- >> excuse me, mr. trump, i invited you to talk to us, not to give a political speech. >> okay. that's good. i will go back on point. okay. okay. flint's pain is the result of so many different failures and i must say that, no, i never, never would, never would. never would and, frankly, "time" magazine as you know they reported this year that the federal government have a long way to go to bring flint back and i look at the damage done and the damage can be taken care of. >> you will respect him. >> thank you. thank you. thank you, pastor. >> trump also visited one of the water plants at the heart of flint's lead crisis. taking a 50-minute tour of the facility. we now have word after recent reports into trump's until and namesake foundation, a pro clinton super pac correct the record is no
Apr 9, 2012 4:00am PDT
dictatorship -- i'm wagging my finger at the president of china. >> reporter: as the iconic inquisitor for "60 minutes" on cbs, it was wallace who grilled china's president after the tiananmen square massacre and ayatollah khomeini during the iran hostage crisis. >> i heard president sadat say on american television that the imam is a disgrace to islam, and he used the word "lunatic." >> reporter: when mike wallace asked questions, the world waited for the answer. >> some of our great leaders would not have been, perhaps, great television personalities. >> reporter: but wallace was in a tv career that spanned six decades. >> the mike wallace interview. >> i'm ready any time you want to repeat the stupid question. >> reporter: he had a knack for making people squirm. >> you like this, that 40 million people have to see me like do this. >> reporter: not even friends were safe. >> and you really didn't need that question. >> reporter: but he did. hard questions that occasionally cracked the public facade of newsmakers. >> but i am the man who made the peace. >> reporter: mike w
Sep 9, 2015 4:00am PDT
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Dec 20, 2016 4:00am EST
the device posed a threat. donald trump tweeted to encourage china to keep it. he took a phone call with the leader and china recognizes as its own. >>> this morning, donald trump weeks up as the official 45th president of the occupation after getting enough electoral votes finalizing the 2016 race. that as more than half of registered voters say the electoral college should be aban donned. a majority of americans, 54% say they are pessimistic and worrying about how trump will do his president you they are uncertain or whethering. a combined 45 optimistic and confident. that's more than 20 points before president obama around this same time in his transition and 14 points lower than george wind chill bush during his transition as well. a majority claimed to be more optimistic when it comes to change and jobs. 44% say they are negative. >> that didn't stop trump from cruising to an electoral college victory. and among the electoral college members voting yesterday, president bill clinton who tearily captured a ballot for his wife, who said it's his proudest vote. >>> michelle obama i
Apr 15, 2016 4:00am PDT
aircraft carrier "uss john c. stennis," patrolling the disputed south china sea six countries laid claim to including china and the philippines. this will likely enflame tensions with china saying "they're militarizing the south china sea and endangering the area." >>> and a chimpanzee tried to avoid capture and at one point the chimp swung from power lines. this drama went on for two hours. steve patterson gives us the play by play. >> reporter: the high-wire drama was carried on live japanese tv. the escaped chimpanzee named chacha showed no interest in going back to the zoo. the 24-year-old male perched above and swinging across electrical lines. reporters calling the play-by-play live for nearly two hours. he just got hit, one yelled, after a tranquilizer stung the ape. the chimp is yelling. he's so angry. a zoo worker warns, it's dangerous. go away. don't be here. then the sedative starts to sink in. he's falling. he's trying to grab the cable. he's about a go down, they say, and then the spill. off the wires, and on to the ground, caught with a safety net, the ape is dazed, b
May 2, 2012 4:00am PDT
reportedly receiving assurances from china for his safety. u.s. officials says he left the u.s. embassy after six days and is now at a beijing medical facility where he has been and will be reunited with his family. chen, who ran afoul of local government officials for exposing forced abortions and other abuses escaped from house arrest late last month. the dispute over chen's fate has threatened to overshadow secretary of state hillary clinton's arrival in beijing today. for economic talks with chinese officials. >>> on the anniversary of osama bin laden's death, president obama showed up in afghanistan on a surprise visit yesterday to mark what he called a light of a new day. nbc's tracie potts joins us with more on this. >> reporter: the president admitted we could see tough times in afghanistan but he said 2014 is a hard and fast deadline for our troops to come home. >> reporte . >> this time of war began in afghanistan and this is where it will end. >> reporter: he promised support after the war in afghanistan ends in 2014. >> we have a clear path to fulfill our mission in afghanis
Jan 13, 2012 4:00am PST
friday the 13th, a car thief in china smashes into 13 vehicles during a getaway attempt. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> hello, and very good morning to you. welcome to our viewers across the nation. i'm veronica de la cruz. today we begin with romney's record. with a week to go before the south carolina primary, republican contenders are sharpening their attacks on front runner mitt romney and his business career. brian moore joins us now from washington with the latest. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, veronica. effective or not, romney's camp is calling these recent attacks desperate. mitt romney is looking and sounding a lot like he's ready to take on president obama in the fall. >> we are going to see the change we're looking for, and it's not barack obama. i believe it's going to be mitt romney. >> reporter: with wins in iowa and new hampshire and a got a shot at sweeping south carolina, romney is still the prime target. >> he ran as a liberal and lost. he governored as a moderate. >> reporter: for days, romney took heat about his business record. t
Sep 15, 2009 4:30am EDT
. >> i won't, snow. thanks, bill. >>> stocks stride, china steams, and a new deal from martha stewart. your early morning business headlines are straight ahead. >>> plus, it's what you and your friends talked about yesterday. and it is no different backstage. the entertainment world reacts to kanye west's boorish behavior. >>> the patriots rally, the yankees steal one, and a stunning finish to the u.s. open. you're watching early today. back to "early today," everyone, i'm dan kloeffler and here are your top headlines this tuesday morning. >>> taking a break from his health care pitch, president obama was on wall street yesterday with some stern warnings for investors. a year after the collapse of lehman brothers, he told them not to revert back to the "reckless behavior" that led to the economic crisis. also urged them not to block new laws aimed at tighter regulation of the financial industry. >>> a new poll shows that when it comes to health insurance by far most doctors support president obama's preference to give patients a public option for insurance coverage. the survey found t
Jun 2, 2011 4:00am PDT
steering nut that may come loose. google says it prevented hackers in china from breaking into hundreds of gmail accounts of u.s. officials, chinese activists and journalists. >>> finally, here is something to raise your glass to. last year for the first time ever, the united states consumed more wine as a country than france. cheers to that. >>> walking off after the replay. an oriole flashes the leather, and shaq won't be back. plus, it all comes down in the final seconds in the first game for lord stanley's cup. your early morning sports headlines are straight ahead. >>> in weather, the southern half of the country continues to bake in the june heat and more severe storms. your forecast is coming up. you're watching "early today." >>> good morning. if you're just waking up, this is "early today." in sports, the stanley cup finals opened last night with a classic nail biter. here's nbc's fred roggin with an early look at all your sports headlines. >>> good morning. game one of the stanley cup finals appeared to be heading into overtime until the canucks pulled off last-second heroics
Mar 23, 2010 4:30am EDT
, and here are some your top headlines this morning. a disturbing story in china where eight children were stabbed to death and five other kids wounded outside their elementary school monday. police say a former doctor with a history of mental health problems is under arrest. the suspect reportedly recently lost his job. >>> former present george w. bush and bill clinton paid a visit to quake-ravaged haiti yesterday. the two have been tapped by president obama to lead a campaign to raise money in the wake of the disaster. >>> documents obtained by the associated press allege that michael jackson's doctor, conrad murray, stopped cpr and delayed calling paramedics so he could clean up drug vials in the room. the account is from michael jackson's logistics director who was at the scene that day that the pop star died. a lawyer for murray denies the claim. >>> in china, people have been warned to close drs and windows because of intense sandstorms. the sand descends from taiwan to hong kong where record pollution levels were registered. >>> and a revealing look at a massive crate
Jun 2, 2017 4:00am PDT
china. china is a major polluter who in the past has shown a real resistance to any climate change rules. but just yesterday, the prime minister of china was in brussels recommitting china and the european union to the paris accord while committing new money to helping poor nations reach emissions restrictions. it's clear the chinese have seen in the climate change issue a rare opportunity to assert global leadership just as the united states cedes it. >> matt bradley, thank you. >>> developing overnight, at least 36 people killed in the philippines after a gunman began shooting and set fires at resorts world manila. police don't believe this is terror related. both guests and employees among the casualties. national police released these images believed to be the gunman. he was found dead of apparent suicide and has not been identified. janis mackey frayer joining us. any indication of a possible motive? >> reporter: police are saying it was a robbery, that the suspect walked into the casino, stole gambling chips, shot at a television, took a bottle of fuel from his backpack, pour
Jul 29, 2009 4:30am EDT
reeling after a new ipo hit the shanghai board. china's main index dropped nearly 8% after the offering. china state construction engineering entered the market. it recovered slightly. but as we just saw, the hang seng and most other asian markets still finished considerably down. we'll see what effect it has on wall street this morning where stocks ended mostly flat on tuesday. the session focused mainly disappointing earnings reports, a signs an economic recovery is not written in stone. however, over the past two weeks, the dow had been up about 11%. >>> stocks started to slide after a report from the conference board showed consumer confidence fell more than expected. it is seen as a big if for the nation's stores as they approach the important back-to-schl shopping season. while consumer confidence may be slipping, one widely watched index indicates the real estate market is springing to life. home prices appear to be stabilizing and the month of may marks the first monthly increase since the summer of 2006. in a marriage of web giants, microsoft and yahoo! are expected to
Sep 2, 2010 4:00am PDT
, along with a similarly strong manufacturing report from china, boosted oil futures to just under $74 a barrel. metals prices also advanced, lifting copper to its highest level in more than four months. freeport-mcmoran copper and gold climbed almost 6%. aluminum producer alcoa gained almost 3%. not all the news is good. economic fears and a lack of sales incentive made august the worst for u.s. auto sales in 23 years. >>> elsewhere, apple shot up 3% after introducing a new version of apple tv and a new ipod lineup. >>> shares of burger king climbed almost 15% on reports america's number two hamburger chain may put itself up for sale. >>> looking ahead, later today, fed chief ben bernanke appears before a panel investigating the financial crisis, giving his take on the meltdown and the risks still posed by large financial institutions. >>> and finally, scandinavian airline sas will host the first-ever in-flight gay wedding. sas is accepting entries from gay couples who want to celebrate their nuptials midflight from stockholm to new york december 6th. the winning couple will be chosen b
Dec 12, 2016 4:00am PST
expresses serious concern over donald trump's plan to end one china policy. >> and more scrutiny over a massive boeing deal with iran. >> breaking news overnight. a jury rendered a late-night guilty verdict in the murder of former new orleans saint will smith. >> frigid morning ahead as wi wicked winter weather has 20 million people in its path. >> bill murray gives president obama golf tips, but that's not all. "early today" starts. good to be with you on monday morning. i'm frances rivera. new concern out of china over president-elect donald trump's threat to end one china policy. the global times, an official chinese state owned newspaper is calling trump, quote, very childish and impulsive. that's after the president-elect suggested he was reconsidering how america dealed with taiwan when speaking to fox news. >> i fully understand the one china policy, but i don't know why we have to be bound by one china policy unless we make a deal with china. having to do with other things, including trade. i mean look, we're hurt very badly by chiepa. >> china is now expressing, quote, s
Aug 11, 2017 4:00am PDT
world. >> frances, the president's fire and fury message may be equally aimed at getting china's attention. the administration sees china as the link to getting north korea to back down. frances? >> all right. thank you. >>> some say president trump's fiery comments could be more of a tactic to get china to help reign in kim jong-un. as pyongyang looks to go after guam, crucial allies like south korea and japan find themselves in the cross hairs. nbc's matt bradley is live from tokyo where it is now friday evening. matt, how is this heated back and forth between trump and north korea playing in the region? >> well, thanks, philip. of course, this region is no stranger to be stranger to bella koes rhetoric. now they're dealing with it from the american side as well. as you mentioned a moment ago, there has been a lot of talk that donald trump's comments and his threats may have been aimed at china just as much as they were aimed at north korea because at president trump, of course, he has expressed repeated frustration as has past presidents about china's inability or lack of will
Apr 30, 2012 4:30am EDT
. >>> and a grade leap forward. a spectacular nighttime launch marks another space accomplishment by china. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> hello and a very good morning to you. i'm veronica de la cruz. today we begin with a campaign contribution. president obama has called on former president bill clinton to help him with fund raising and his re-election effort against republican challenger mitt romney. tracie potts joins us this morning. >>> good morning to you. there was a private fund raiser last night and that's important because president obama in the 2008 campaign won virginia. he was the first democrat to do so in 44 years. but things there have gotten tougher since for democrats. he's also got president clinton in the new ad talking about the death of osama bin laden where the former president said he took the harder honorable path of going after him. a new "time" magazine article mentions that vice president biden didn't agree with the decision at the time. that ad is turning political itself. mitt romney and republicans are saying it's not fair game, the presid
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