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switching to the winter blend. parents, is your child looking at college? the white house launched a new college scorecard. it gives them important information about how much the typical graduate makes ten years down the road and the average monthly loan payment for a graduate of that college. too many families are borrowing too much money and they don't have the right information to make better decisions at the beginning when the kid is going to college. out of control student debt is a problem. did you know 70% of all student loan defaults are from students who attended for-profit colleges. that is important information. you can see. "early start" continuing right now. new developments in the race for president. donald trump and ben carson
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surging in a new poll this morning. the cnn republican presidential debate just two days away. how the candidates are preparing. california on fire. hundreds of homes burned down. thousands evacuated as these flames turn deadly. europe's migrant crisis. germany at its limit enforcing border control. good morning. welcome to "early start." i'm christine romans. >> i'm alison kosik. it's monday, september 14th. it is 5:00 a.m. in the east. republican candidates are sharpening their attacks for the wednesday night debate. with the abc news poll showing donald trump expanding his lead and ben carson in second place. all candidates who are stuck in single digits are scrambling to device an effective strategy. rand paul saying someone has to
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bring trump down. republican chairman reince priebus talking to jake tapper to expect to referee a rough game. >> you know what? every candidate and all of these campaigns will do whatever they need to do in order to benefit their own campaigns and there will be more elbows thrown at that debate. you will have your hands full. >> it will be a good one. it should make for an exciting debate in simi st. valentine's day simi valley, california. we have athena jones with more. >> reporter: we are at the ronald reagan library. the candidates are getting ready. you know one of the big themes of the season has been the strengths of outsider candidates like donald trump and ben carson.
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also carly fiorina. now fiorina is going to be the new addition to the primetime debate stage. she spoke yesterday about her outsider status and what she brings to the table. >> i have been in and around washington for a long time. i don't think it is a big mystery. i think one of the secrets is professional politicians want everyone to think it is so hard to do what we do. nobody else can do it. that's hogwash. most of this stuff is common sense and good judgment. people are frustrated because they see no common sense or good judgment in washington, d.c. >> reporter: meanwhile, scott walker, once a serious contender in states likes iowa, but is now sunk in the polls, talked about why it is a good thing he held elected office. >> remember president obama had never run anything in government before. we see what a lousy president he has been in terms of ideologically, but running things. >> reporter: guys, this is a
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huge television audience and opportunity for the candidates to make an impression for voters. a lot of them have not been getting attention in the media. this is their moment to have an effective moment to leave an impression on voters and one that gives them a boost in the polls. >> athena jones, thanks. donald trump will face protesters when he speaks at the rally at the american airlines center in dallas. latino groups bringing in ant anti-trump protesters for one that calls it a march against hate. this as two groups launch a tv ad that contrasts ronald reagan's views on immigration with the current candidates. the ad is the line of the city on the hill teaming with people of all kinds and contrast that with trump warning of rapists and murderers among mexican immigrants. trump told cbs as president he
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would end a big tax break for hedge fund managers. >> i would bring the money back into this country. we have have $2.5 trillion, john. the corporations rightfully don't bring it back because they have massive tax to pay. we will make it so they can bring it back. we will have a lot of money pouring into the united states if i get elected. >> so interesting with candidates invoking ronald reagan. it is interesting with the immigration analysis. had a pathway to citizenship. that is interesting as they try to say what their immigration platforms will be as they invoke ronald reagan. >> it is personal into a personality primary. ben carson is walking back criticism of donald trump's
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fate. saying his statements last week was inappropriate. >> it wasn't meant as an attack. it was spun that way by the media because they enjoy creating a fight. they love to have a gladiator scene. it wasn't my intention. i will not allow it to become my intention. regardless of how anybody reacts. >> carson turning trump's recent put downs of the energy level back against the billionaire. carson telling cbs, you don't have to be loud to be energetic. you can see the debate on wednesday night at 8:00 p.m. eastern. don't miss it. the undercard debate set for 6:00 p.m. must-see tv. on the democratic said, bernie sanders surge and hillary clinton's slide are unmistakable
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in the washington post poll. clinton down 21 points in the same poll since july. sanders, 24%. that's up 10 points over the same period. then joe biden, still deciding whether he will run, he is third at 21%. there are new issues in the clinton e-mail controversy. the company that managed her server has no indication that the server was wiped. that means the e-mails that she deleted from the server could now possibly be recovered. >> i got some advice from dr. wagerman this morning. which i promise i will put into effect. basically said if you are going to read and listen to romans 12, you have to be nicer to the
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press. so to my friends in the press, i will certainly take that to heart. >> in case the text of romans 12 doesn't spring to mind, it urges us to use the gifts we have been given. if it is to show mercy, do it chiefly. a different part of the bible coming to mind. the one of daniel and the lion's den as bernie sanders heads to lynchburg, virginia. he is said to speak to the conservative christian liberty university. that is certain to be a more skeptical crowd than the ones he faced over the weekend. and three big events in south carolina. crowds cheered sanders proposals, including the more than doubling the national minimum wage. >> the federal minimum wage of 7 continue to $
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7$.25 is a starvation wage. you can do the arithmetic as well as i can. it just does not add up. that is why we need to raise the minimum wage to a living wage. $15 an hour. >> sanders proposing free tuition at public colleges and creating jobs with spending on infrastructure. to northern california now. devastation and despair. officials say 400 homes destroyed by a fast moving wildfire west of sacramento. the governor of california declaring a state of emergency. thousands of residents forced to flee their homes. >> i'm all right. everything's okay. i guess we are lucky it is not our home. >> the school's gone. the store's gone. a lot of people have dogs stuck up there.
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>> so-called valley fire cons e consuming more than 50,000 acres so far. let's get more from cnn's stephanie elam in middletown, california. >> reporter: good morning, christine and alison. we want to give you an idea of how intense this valley fire has been. it really just exploded in size over the weekend. look what it did to this community. this neighborhood here just flattened by the wildfire. this is just one home that is completely destroyed. you see it is still smoldering a bit. the air quality here is strong. it burns the eyes. it tickles the back of your throat. this is an active fire that they do not have a handle on at any point right now. as you can see, this fire getting so hot. not only did it take out the homes, but the cars as well. look at this car, just gutted here by the wildfire. there's nothing left inside. it melted the windows right out of the windshield. this is not the only wildfire. there is the butte fire east of
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here burning thousands of acres and also homes lost there as well. when you take a look at the picture across california, several wildfires burning. you look at the drought we have had out here, it is really dry. it has been very hot. you put that all together and resources are spread very thin as far as firefighting is concerned as they battle the blazes around the clock. a lot of displaced people. alison and christine. >> stephanie, thank you for that. time for an early start on your money. china stocks down. shangh shanghai's benchmark closed. european stocks are up and u.s. stock futures. last week, u.s. stocks had the best performance in a week. investors waiting for huge news from the federal reserve this week. janet yellen and policymakers may raise interest rates for the first time in nine years.
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to work. davis was jailed for contempt after refusing to issue same-sex marriage licenses. she was released last week. it appears only davis herself will know what she will do. we get more from cnn's chris welch in kentucky. >> reporter: christine and alison, police are preparing for a large crowd when kim davis returns to her job as county clerk for the first time since being held in contempt of court and spending five days in jail. the question remains, will her deputies continue to issue marriage licenses? that is how it worked while she spent time in jail. the question remains now she is in the office with the deputies, will she allow that to happen or step in and put her foot down and refuse these couples from getting marriage licenses. we had known for several weeks now that her attorneys and she had been fighting this and trying to overturn the initial
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judge's order which ordered her to issue the licenses to same-sex couples. she sent a direct petition to the u.s. supreme court. that did not work. on friday, her team of attorneys once again sent another appeal to the sixth circuit court of appeals and so far no response from the court. christine, alison. thank you. >> one of the highlights from the weekend. the league's two top draft picks going head-to-head. coy wire has the bleacher report next. forget planes, trains and automobiles. 700 miles an hour through the vision of elon musk. cnn's rachel crane has more on the company trying to build it. >> reporter: there's a special case of cities which have a lot
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europe's migrant crisis exploding. germany at its limits adding border control. welcome back to "early start." i'm alison kosik. >> i'm christine romans. republicans are sharpening their attacks ahead of the gop debate on wednesday night. donald trump expanding his already wide lead and ben carson in second place, solidly. all of the candidates in single digit s scrambles to device a strategy to end donald trump's reign. republican party chairman reince priebus warning jake tapper he is expect to referee a rough game. >> you know what every canned difficulty will do what they
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need to do to benefit their own campaigns and there will be more elbows thrown at that debate. you will have your hands full. >> it should make for an exciting debate in simi valley, california. that is where cnn's athena jones is located. she has the latest. >> reporter: good morning, christine and alison. we are two days away from the debate at the ronald reagan libra library. the stage is set. the podiums are up. the candidates are getting ready. one of the big themes of the season has been the strength of outsider candidates like donald trump. he is the gop frontrunner and ben carson who is not far behind him and also carly fiorina. fiorina is going to be the new addition to the primetime debate stage on wednesday night. she spoke about her outsider status and what she brings to the table. >> i have been in and around washington for a long time. i don't think it is a big
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mystery. one of the dirty secrets is professional politicians want everyone to think it is so hard to do what we do. nobody else can do it. hogwash. it is not so hard. most of the stuff takes common sense and good judgment. people are frustrated. >> reporter: meanwhile, scott walker, once a serious contender in iowa, but has now sunk in the polls, talked about why it is a good thing he held elected office. >> remember president obama had never run anything in government before. we see what a lousy president he has been, not just ideologically, but running things. i have actually gotten things done. >> reporter: guys, this is a huge television audience and opportunity for the candidates to make a strong impression with voters. a lot have not been getting a lot of attention in the media. this is their chance to create a moment that leaves an impression on voters and hopefully for them, one that gives them a boost in the polls.
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>> athena jones, thanks for that. trump will face protesters when he speaks at the american airlines center in dallas today. latino groups bringing in demonstrators from as far away as houston for a march against hate. this as two of the human rights groups launch a tv ad that launches ronald reagan views against current candidates. the ad about the line with a city on a hill of people of all kinds and trump with the murderers and rapists of mexican immigrants. and at a campaign event, jeb bush opened his buttoned down shirt to reveal the 1984 ronald reagan and bush campaign logo. >> a lot of talk about ronald reagan this week.
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no question. over the weekend, trump announced his tax plan. he promised to cut taxes on corporations so they would bring foreign profit back to the u.s. >> i want to bring the money back into this country. we have $2.5 trillion, john, out of this country. the corporations rightfully don't bring it back because of of the massive tax to pay. we have to make it so they can bring it back. i'll bring it back. we will have a lot of money pouring into the united states if i get elected. >> their chief executives, he is not kind about their compensation. he says ceo compensation is a total and complete joke. made possible by putting friends on their boards. a look at trump's companies, three of his children are his executive vice presidents. overall, the plan will reduce taxes. ben carson is walking back
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his criticism of donald trump's faith. saying this remarks last week of humility and fear of the lord was inappropriate. >> it wasn't meant as an attack. it was spun that way by the media because they enjoy creating a fight. they love to have a gladiator scene. it wasn't my intention. i'm certainly not going to allow it to become my intention. regardless of how anybody reacts. >> he turned the comments back against the billionaire. he said you don't have to be loud to be energetic. >> you can find full coverage on wednesday night here on cnn at 8:00 p.m. eastern with the undercard debate at 6:00 p.m. bernie sanders surge and hillary clinton's slide are
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unmistakable in the poll. down a whopping 21 points in the same poll since july for hillary clinton. sanders has 24%. up 10 points in the same period. joe biden, still deciding whether or not to run, is in third at 21%. the company that managed clinton's private server says it has no information indicating the server was wiped. that means more than 30,000 e-mails clinton deleted from the server could be recovered. clinton is promising to be nicer to the media. she told a packed crowd at the washington church on sunday, that her pastor suggested she improve relations with reporters. >> i got some advice from dr. wageman this morning. which i promise i will put into effect. basically said if you will read
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and listen to romans 12, you have to be nicer to the press. so to my friends in the press, i will certainly take that to heart. >> and in the case of romans 12, it urges each of us to use the gifts we have been given. if your gift is to lead, do it diligently. if it is to show mercy, do it cheerful cheerfully. bernie sanders heads to lynchburg, virginia. the democrat will speak at conservative christian liberty university. at three big events in south carolina, crowds cheered proposals including more than doubling the minimum wage nationally.
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>> the federal minimum wage of $7.25 an hour is a starvation wage. you can do the arithmetic as well as i can. it just does not add up and that is why we need to raise the minimum wage to a living wage. $15 an hour. >> sanders proposing free tuition at public colleges and creating jobs with infrastructure. officials in northern california say homes have been destroyed by a fast moving wildfire near sacramento. thousands of residents forced to flee their homes. the so-called valley fire consuming more than 50,000 acres so far. let's get more from cnn's stephanie elam in middleton, california. >> reporter: good morning. we want to give you the idea of how intense the valley fire has been.
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it exploded in size over the weekend. look what it did to the community. this neighborhood just flattened by the wildfire. this is one home here. you can see it is smoldering a bit out there. the air quality here is still strong and pungent. this is still a very active fire. they do not have a handle on at any point right now. as you can see, this fire is getting so hot. not only did it take out the homes, but the cars as well. this car just gutted here by the wildfire. there's nothing left inside. even melted the windows out of the windshield. this is not the only wildfire. the butte fire east of here that is burning thousands of acres and homes lost there as well. when you take a look at the picture across california, there are several wildfires burning and you look at the drought we have had out here, it is really dry. it has been very hot. you put that all together and resources are spread very thin
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as far as firefighting is concerned as they try to battle the blazes around the clock. a lot of displaced people. alison and christine. >> stephanie, thanks for that. a kentucky clerk once jailed for refusing gay couples the right to marry heads back to work this morning. will kim davis comply with the judge's orders? next. this is big. like big big. at&t and directv are now one. bringing television and wireless together. so you'll get your tv from home on the go. which means you can watch movies while you're on the move. sitcoms, while you sit on those. and even fargo, in fargo! you can check out water-cooler worthy tv at the water cooler. yeah! flip between the fight, the game, and the ballet you didn't want to go to. binge, while you lose weight!
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kentucky when kim davis, the clerk who became a national lightning rod returns to work. davis was jailed after refusing to issue same-sex marriage licenses. she will be back to work and only davis knows what she will do once they checks in. we have more from cnn's chris welch from kentucky. >> reporter: police are preparing for large crowds when kim davis returns to her job as county clerk as the first time since being held in contempt of court and spending five days in jail. the big question remains. will her deputies continue to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples? that is how it worked while she was in jail. now she is in the office with the deputies, will she continue to allow that to happen or step in and put her foot down and refuse these couples from getting marriage licenses? we had known for several weeks
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her attorneys and she had been fighting this and trying to overturn the initial judge's order which ordered her to issue the licenses to same-sex couples. she sent a direct petition to the u.s. supreme court, that did not work. on friday, her team of attorneys once again sent another appeal. this time in the sixth circuit court of appeals. >> chris, thank you. let's see what is coming up on "new day." alisyn camerota has more. >> good morning, ladies. i'll be assisted by michaela and chris. we do have new polls to show you. spoiler alert. donald trump is still in the lead. we will tell you who is losing the most steam. that same poll shows hillary clinton could be in trouble. we will breakdown all of the numbers for you. the former tennis pro james blake wants the police officer who tackled him fired. we will hear live from two people who say that very same
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germany growing more desperate by the hour to slow the unending tide of migrants flowing into the country. germany now with visa checks at the austrian border. this is a strong statement to the rest of europe to step up and take in more refugees. let's bring in cnn's atika shubert live from munich this morning. you have ministers meeting to talk in brussels to talk about some coordinated response from eu nations. that is happening in hours. what is expected to come of it? >> reporter: well, we are expecting to see several proposals on the table. unfortunately, it is very unlikely we will get an agreement today from all 28 eu member nations. basically what the dividing issue is here is quotas. how many refugees should each eu
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country take and how can that be enforced? countries like hungary, slovakia, czech republic say they don't want to be forced to take a set number of refugees. are other issue is how refugees get to the countries that want to take them safely and legally. right now, many are traveling illegally because technically they are supposed to wait outside of the eu for permission and travel in. the numbers are so massive, they have been flooding in over the last few months. we have seen 16,000 refugees coming into germany alone. that is just in one day. germany says those numbers are unsustainable. that is why they put in border controls and stopped train service between austria and germany. the service has resumed, but the main line from saltsburg to
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good morning. i'm christine romans. a monumental week for your money. the fed could raise rates for the first time in nine years. something that would shift the financial foundation. fed chief janet yellen and the policymakers must decide if the economy is strong enough to take away the emergency stimulus that has been propping up the economy for six years. slowdown in china may complicate it. higher rates mean higher home loans and credit cards. almost everyone will feel it. gas prices have dropped 27 cents over the past three weeks. according to one survey, the
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average price of a gallon of gas is $2.44. down more than $1 from a year ago. prices are expected to keep falling as refineries begin switching to the cheaper winter blend. gas is cheaper than bottled water and milk. is your child looking at colleges? the white house launched a new college scorecard to show how much the typical graduate makes ten years down the road and the average monthly loan payment. too many families are borrowing too much money. they still surging.
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>> i have a determination to get us back on the right track. >> are you ready to make a political revolution? you have come to the right place. tackling him. you know, it seemingly without basis. >> mr. blake was inappropriately arrested. >> you got that badge. you are supposed to treat that with respect. he doesn't deserve to have that happen. this is "new day" with chris cuomo and alisyn camerota and michaela pereira. >> good morning. it is monday, 6:00 in the east.
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>> happy new year. >> the political day of reckoning. cheap shots? forget it. it is time to get it on. the republican debate here on cnn. it is time for the rest of the field to shine. a new poll out this morning has donald trump and ben carson pulling away and counting for more than half of the republican votes. >> now on the democratic side, hillary clinton's lead continues to erode. a hypothetical is now a tie. a lot is at stage two days before the debate. let's begin our coverage with cnn's athena jones. she is live in simi valley, california. >> reporter: good morning. the countdown has begun in simi valley. you mentioned the poll out today has trump in the lead and posting his biggest number yet. >> winning in iowa. winning in new hampshire.
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winning every place. >> reporter: donald trump's lead reaching new heights above the still crowded gop field. this morning, a new washington post/abc poll shows trump with 33%. his highest lead yet. trump's closest competitor, ben carson, coming in >> reporter: both making their case on the sunday shows. >> i'll make great deals to are this country. ben can't do that. >> i have plenty of energy. >> it's ridiculous to think the only thing i can do is neurosurgery. >> reporter: the back and forth heating up with the cnn gop debate just two days away. >> donald trump is an entertainer. i think i am a leader. what i do is talk to the american people about the issues they care about. >> reporter: a new cnn/orc poll revealing that

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