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in hours, republican presidential candidates will face-off in milwaukee. this airing on fox business. this is supposed to air on the economy. eight candidates will take the main stage. two candidates dropped off the main stage. chris christie and mike huckabee. we have correspondent dana bash with the latest from milwaukee. >> reporter: tonight is the fourth time candidates will gather to debate. it will look very different because on the main stage you will have only eight candidates. it sounds silly to say eight. that is important for the candidates to get their mess ags across.
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they biwill have more time to answer questions and rebut. it will be a different kind of feel because we are now several weeks and more into the idea of donald trump and ben carson being at the top of the heap nationally, but in the key early states. the two of them will be center stage. we are in the middle of ben carson of having to defend what he had written about with his childhood and explain those things. he had gotten for fiery in the past. to see if that will show on the stage and if anybody will go after him in the way they have not before, that will be a true test. let's face it, you know this, this is what happens when you are a frontrunner or tied as a frontrunner. >> dana bash in milwaukee where the candidates will be tonight.
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it's from "wayne's world." homage to mike myers. after the last debate, scrutiny or asking gotcha questions. here to discuss is jeremy diamond. thank you for waking up for us and not shaving at the same time. fox business says they will ask about the economy. a lot of people want to know if they will ask some of the c controversies. especially ben carson. he says he was violent as a kid. found god. it changed. there are people who questioned that story. last night at the packed rally in illinois, donald trump made fun of the whole thing. let's listen. >> you stab somebody and the
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newspapers say you didn't do it. and you said yes, i did. i did it. no, you didn't. yes, i did. i stabbed him and it hit the belt. and they said you didn't do it. if they said i didn't do it, i'd be so happy. this is the only election in history where you are better off if you stab somebody. what are we coming to? >> the question, jeremy, is that what we will see tonight or will we talk about tax rates and fiscal policy? >> i think fox business is under pressure to make this a really fair debate and not ask some of the questions that were criticized last time around. i think it is really interesting when you have donald trump pointing out how weird and absurd this season has gotten. it is a reflection of the
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outsiders who are not politicians. things get weird. it is true that it is interesting when you have ben carson, you know, better off suggesting that he did, in fact, try stab somebody. again, that is central to his life story. that's what ben carson will try to continue to talk about. he did in fact transform himself from this young man who had some violent tendencies to someone who found god and that's something that will play really well with evangelical voters in iowa where he is now leading. it is interesting to see. some questions raised. there should be some questions raised. these are legitimate questions. we will see the direction that fox business picks. >> also at the rally, trump taking on starbucks for the design of the holiday cup or not
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a holiday cup. listen to donald trump. >> i have won of the most successful starbucks in trump tower. maybe we should boycott starbucks. seriously. i don't care. by the way, that's the end of that lease, but who cares. who cares. today, a big story. starbucks is taking merry christmas off. i will tell you. lots of big things. lots of little things. you can call this anything you want. if i become president, we will all be saying merry christmas n aga again. i can tell you. >> the war on christmas plays in the donald trump campaign strategy. jeremy. >> i have seen so many red starbucks cups in the last day. i have not been to starbucks. that's insane. you know, this is red meat. you are chucking it right to supporters. this is what they love. it plays well to the whole idea
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of the war on christmas. i don't think the starbucks cups actually -- i don't remember how christmas theme they were. >> no nativity seen on the side of the starbucks cup. bells and snow flakes. >> i don't know how that is christmas. he is continuing to rally the conservative base. this is the way he can do it. he talked about the christmas thing before. people say happy holidays and not merry christmas. it helps donald trump because it bolsters his image not only catering to the red meat base, but has credentials. something he needs to show as ben carson has surged in iowa and trump has slipped. he and carson are neck and neck. maybe he hopes this can give him an edge. >> let's talk about jeb bush. i will not play the sound from
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last night, but joking about the moderators in wisconsin. the truth is there is one that needs to do the most up there tonight is jeb bush. >> absolutely. jeb bush last time did not do great. he hired a consultant since who helped him try to change his image a bit so he can go on the attack. we will see that from bush. see an attempt to take the gloves off and go out and not necessarily -- if he gets asked a question that was about fantasy football, i don't think he will answer about fantasy football. he will learn and pivot to talk about what he wants to talk about and showing americans that he is truly fired up about the election and he is prepared to take everybody on and to really, you know, play up to this tv era that we live in where the image really matters. it is something bush has struggled with. it will be a big test to see if
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the campaign reboot is in full effect when it comes to campaign. >> the last best chance to take the stand. jeremy diamond, thank you. you have a great piece on president obama and benjamin netanyahu. everyone, rush to your computer and check that out. >> he got up early. thanks. time for an early start on your money. data from china adding to growth concerns about the world's second largest economy. the dow dropped 180 points yesterday. nasdaq and s&p fell 1%. a growing sense strength in the jobs market makes an interest rate hike by the fed more likely. volkswagen after apologizing, now putting its money where its mouth is. the automaker forking over $500 for those hurt by the cheating scandal. diesel owners will get another
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there is new interim leadership at the university of missouri this morning after the surprising resignations of the president and chancellor. student anger over the racial climate on the university of missouri campus started boiling over after incidents with racial slurs and hate symbols. student activists accuse the administration of inaction. a graduate student began a hunger strike demanding tim wolfe step down. in solidarity, the football team vowed not to play until the hunger strike ended. that may have cost the school $1 million if it did not show up to play byu this weekend. >> the resignation of tim wolfe is a glimmer of hope for students whose voices have been silenced. >> cnn's kyung lah has the latest. >> reporter: john and christine,
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a dramatic day on the campus of the university of missouri with the stunning resignation of the president and chancellor announcing he is moving into a new role. the president accepting full responsibility of the non response of his administration. all of this coming on the heels of a student proclaiming a hunger strike. a week long hunger strike and the football team saying they would not be engaging in anymore athletic activities unless the president resigned. the president gave the students what they want. >> i take full responsibility for the frustration. i take full responsibility for the inaction that has occurred. we need to use my resignation to heal, not to hate.
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let's move forward together for a brighter tomorrow. >> reporter: the tents you see behind me are here on the quad. these are the tents where the students were sleeping for the last week. they are empty now. students spending the overnight in their rooms. they pledge that the protest is not over. a lot of work to be done. the university for its part says they plan on putting in is some new initiatives. initiatives they say will be implemented in the next 90 days. >> thank you very much. it is the cash that has chicago fans electrified this morning. there might be a future for the chicago bears. monday night football was big. zach miller bigger. i'll tell you all about it. we have the bleacher report and coy wire next. forget trains and planes, imagine 700 miles an hour through an aboveground tube for your destination.
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in the wake of the resignation of the university of missouri chancellor and president, the head coach says the team decided that first and foremost, they wanted to save a man's life. >> we have coy wire with the bleacher report. >> the concerned students seeking change for months on the campus. some taking drastic measures to be heard. 30 african-american football player s joined the cause. vowing not to play until the student's hunger strike ended. that put pressure on the administration. the school would have missed out on $1 million this weekend if they did not play against byu. the head coach did not think twice about having the team's back. >> i got involved because i support my players and a young man's life was on the line. basically, that is what it came
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republicans running for president will take the stage in a few hours and talk about the economy. and campus revolt. protests over racism and how the school was handling it has forced leaders at the university of missouri to step down. egypt and russia investigating whether terrorists took down a crashed russian jetliner. i'm christine romans. >> i'm john berman. in just hours a high stakes face-off in milwaukee. debate. the republican presidential candidates. eight of them will face-off with that date with voting day moving closer. the two candidates dropped off the main stage. chris christie and mike huckabee are gone from the lineup. they will be in the undercard
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debate. our chief political correspondent dana bash is in milwaukee. >> reporter: the fourth time republican candidates will gather to debate. it will look different because on the main stage you will have only eight candidates. it sounds silly to say only eight. compared to 10 and 11, that will be more manageable for the moderators and candidates to try to get their messages across. they will have more time to answer the questions and to rebut when somebody talks about them. it is going to be a very different kind of feel also because we're now several weeks and more into the idea of donald trump and ben carson being at the top of the heap nationally and in the key early states. so the two of them are center stage. we are at the tail end or maybe in the middle of ben carson
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having to defend a lot of what he had written about with his bio and childhood and explained those things. he has gotten a lot more fiery than in the past. to see if that will show on the stage and if anybody will go after him in a way they have not before, that is going to be a true test. let's face it, you know this is what happens when you are a frontrunner or tied as a frontrunner. >> dana will have a long night. after the last debate, cnbc came under scrutiny with gotcha questions. here to discuss what to expect is jeremy diamond. nice to see you this morning. i think there are no questions off limits. there are no questions off limits, but the focus is the economy and the way no one can do it except for them. >> they will try to do something
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different from what happened with the cnbc debate which is widely panned not just by the candidates, but by most in the media. pundits talking about how a lot of the questions may have deextrad detracted from talking about the economy. fox will try upstage cnbc. there are so many questions that have been raised in the last week that don't necessarily pertain to the economy that voters may want to hear about. you have all of the issues with ben carson's personal biology and certain elements under scrutiny. you have the issue of marco rubio's finances and his credit card that he used for personal and political use during his time in the florida state house. there are questions coming up that are not necessarily
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pertaining to the economy that voters want to hear about. we will see if they want to discuss those. >> you mentioned a time of great theater in the campaign. i say theater, i don't say frivolous, but questions here. you talked about marco rubio. a story in the "times" today. marco rubio people are saying the jeb bush team, the super pac will spend $20 million to slam marco rubio. the campaign manager for marco rubio said honestly it is something we expect from hillary clinton and the mainstream media. the fact that the establishment believes they need to do to take down marco is as stotonishing. >> you know, it is a risky strategy. jeb bush is not showing any sign of evading his attacks against
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rubio or calling certain things in question. he continued to say after the debate with a little scuffle over rubio's attendance record. you know, he is continuing to say that is a legitimate question he raised. the thing is he sees rubio as a threat. rubio is rising in the polls in the last few weeks. he picked up key endorsements. including paul singer. that is something that bush would have hoped to get that bcking. i think he wants to continue to hit him because he sees him as a threat but it could back fire. they were close. it seems unseemly i think when bush is going after him so harshly when someone was his mentee. >> carson and trump dominate
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this field. trump, last night, he was at a rally and just attacking ben carson. let's listen to that. >> you stab somebody and the newspaper say you didn't do it. and you say, yes, i did. i did it. no, you didn't. yes, i did. i stabbed him and it hit the belt. they said you didn't do it. if they said i didn't do it, i'd be so happy. this is the only election in history where you are better off if you stab somebody. what are we coming to? >> are we going to hear more of this? the price tags for their tax policies? >> it is interesting. we saw a bit of a different donald trump. he didn't go after other candidates in a personal way. and he was a bit more reserved and he was focusing and pivoting
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to his message. tonight, you know, we will see. maybe trump feels threatened enough by carson that he feels he has to take one of those big punches out. we will see if that happens tonight. certainly ben carson is a threat to trump. they are neck and neck in a lot of the polls right now. there was one in south carolina that showed them neck and neck and nationally up at the top of the pack. ben carson will have to defend himself from the attacks. so far, donald trump is the only one questioning the ben carson story. chris christie said ben carson should not complain about being vetted by the media, but trump is the only one that pointed to the absurdity of the whole thing. >> jeremy diamond, thank you.
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there is new leadership at the university of missouri this morning following the surprising resignation of the president and chancellor. student anger over the racial climate at the campus began boiling over after the incidents with racial slurs and hate symbols. the student activists accuse the administration of inaction. a grad student started a hunger strike demanding president tim
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wolfe to step down. the football team vowed not to play until the hunger strike ended. this may have cost the school $1 million if they did not show up to play byu this weekend. that ended with the resignations. >> the resignation of tim wolfe is a glimmer of hope for the students whose voices have been silenced by white male institutions. >> cnn's kyung lah has latest. >> reporter: john and christine, a dramatic day here on the campus. the resignation of the university president as well as the chancellor announcing he will be moving into a new role. the president saying very clearly he was accepting full responsibility of the non response of his administration. all of this coming on the heels of a student proclaiming a hunger strike. as well as the football team saying they would not engage in
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athletic activities unless the president resigned. >> i take full responsibility for this this frustration. we need to use my resignation, please, use this resignation, to heal. not to hate. and let's more forward together for a brighter tomorrow. >> reporter: the tents you see behind me are here on the quad. these are the tents the students were sleeping for the last week. they are empty now. students spending the overnight in their rooms. they pledge that the protest is not over. a lot more work to be done. the university for its part says they plan on putting in some new initiatives. john and christine. >> thank you for that. time for an early start on your
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money. will there be a bounce in stocks? the dow dropped 180 points. s&p and nasdaq down 1%. strength in the u.s. jobs market. tonight is all about the economy. you will hear from candidates about how the obama economy is not working. america's top money man says the economy is quote quite convincingly positive. >> we had confident consumers. we had unemployment coming down. strong jobs growth. auto sales. we will see some months with good numbers and some with disappointing numbers. the direction has been quite convincingly positive. we could still be doing better. if we didn't have headwinds from a weaker global economy than we would have hoped for, we would have seen stronger growth.
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>> the u.s. economy performing well compared to the rest of the world. john berman, this is what the obama economy looks likes. 9 million jobs created. here is how it compares. interesting. think about it. population growth is different. it makes the reagan and clinton years better. >> fascinating chart. >> ammunition for the republicans. we have done things better. >> under reagan, 12.1 million. >> the democrats say there are structure things happening. we are not creating as many jobs. >> also a timing issue. when clinton came in, he came in as the recession was ending. obama came in and the growth was just starting. >> it was not job growth, but
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losses. >> and will hear as we head into the debate tonight. those are the numbers. let's take a look at what is coming up on "new day." let's speak to michaela pereira. >> curl number 492 was out of place. >> don't you have people for that? >> we do. we are picking up where you left off. looking at the situation at the university of missouri. students protest over claims of racism on campus. we will look to see if other sku schools will see student activism. we will speak to one student leader behind the movement at mizzou. we will speak with a former tiger. a wide receiver for the team. he can tell us what it was like when he was there and what the compa
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campus atmosphere was like. the republicans take the stage tonight for the fourth debate. will the media battle be used to avoidancin answering the tough questions? >> i can't wait. russia is reaching the same conclusion as the u.s. the flight 9268 was brought down by a bomb. after receiving intelligence reports from the u.k., the russians suspended air traffic from egypt last week. let's get more from ian lee live in sharm el sheikh. ian, it looks like they are rallying around the idea of a bomb planted in the plane. >> reporter: that is right. we are hearing it from high ranking officials from many governments. russia and british and
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americans. we are hearing the intelligence was coming from israel. to give you an idea, israel's intelligence in the sinai. it is on the israeli border. israel has been listening to the conversations. it is strategic. there have been reports from the sinai into israel. they keep a close eye on that. although israeli intelligence hasn't said whether this information did come from them. there is this belief that it was a bomb. egyptians still saying it could be anything. we are hearing from local media parts of the plane will be transported to cairo for further investigation. at this point, the egyptians are saying be patient. this will take time. >> ian lee in sharm el sheikh. thanks. 49 minutes past the hour. a new way to save for retirement. my interview with the treasury secretary next.
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investigators in louisiana are searching for answers in the deadly shooting of the 6-year-old boy by police. they opened fire after chasing his father's suv. the victim jeremy mardis was laid to rest on monday as the two charged in the murder appear in court. martin savidge has more. >> reporter: good morning. two deputies are now in jail charged with murder and attempted murder. bond has been set at $1 milli
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million apiece. so many questions is how did it end up with the marshals in the gun fire. according to the source close to the information in the case, he says originally chris few, the father here, was spotted in an argument with his girlfriend by these marshals. an argument said to be so loud and violent, the marshals felt they should intervene for safety's sake. they attempted to detain chris few and he took off. that led to the chase. they called for back-up and caught up with few on a dead end street and peinned him in. what happened after that is not known. we know there was a lot of gunfire from the marshals. witnesses say 16 to 18 shots. chris few had no gun. there were no warrants for his
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arrest. he was critically wounded. then to the horror of law enforcement, they found his 6-year-old son next to him dead. it appears it was a body camera of a back-up officer that ended up with the arrests of these two deputy marshals. john and christine. thank you, martin. let's get an early start on your money. starbucks expanding free tuition program. it is now offering free tuition for the families of military vets who work at starbucks. any current or former military member, spouse or child, can attend the arizona state online program. >> no snow flakes on the starbucks cup. >> i looked at the cup from last year. it looks similar to me. let's talk about seaworld. closing the curtain on the
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killer whale show at san diego park. that attraction has been the center of animal cruelty claims. shows will stop at the end of this year and seaworld will launch a new attraction next year with a quote, strong conservation message. killer whale shows will continue at other parks. earnings left investors worried. plunging more than 10% last week. new way to save for retirement. it is designed for americans who don't get a 401(k) or pension at work. i sat down with the treasury secretary. he told me why he wants people to start saving and saving early. >> start at 20. it is different than 50. getting an early start and building. you think about the amounts of money. it's a couple cups of coffee a week putting $5 a week away. >> almost half of all workers do not get a pension or 401(k) at work.
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the myra account invested in super safe treasury funds. it is better than a typical savings account. you will not get the return on a stock accounts. it is not risky at all. the president promised this in his state of the union in 2014. the idea is if you don't have a way to save through your job, you should be able to have a way to save with the government. >> $10 a week. campus revolt. the university of missouri chancellor and president step down. "new day" starts now. >> the resignation of tim wolfe is a glimmer of hope. >> resignation to heal. not to hate. >> from the moment i made my announcement, people thought i was a dead man walking. i expected debate about the economy and jobs and trade and taxes. >> all eyes on ben carson. all eyes on donald trump. >> this is a strange election. >> i think it is a very good
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thing that dr. carson is tested. >> the only election in history where you are better off if you stab somebody. they just ran. >> taser. >> this officer had to make his decision in less than three seconds. >> this is "new day" with chris cuomo and alisyn camerota and michaela pereira. >> this show has to start. good morning. welcome to new day. it is tuesday. november 10th. 6:00 in the east. the power of protests on full deplay at the university of missouri. the president and chancellor stepping down after the string of alleged racist incidents on campus. >> the football team >> so the football team is set to resume practice today. will this overhaul solve what
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many call sare calling systemicm on campus. stephanie elam. >> reporter: the chips here began to fall very quickly. this morning, students at the university of missouri are waking up to a massive shake-up. one that activists say is just the beginning of change. the university system president and the school's chancellor ousted amid racial tensions and weeks of student-led protests. >> please use this resignation to heal, not to hate. >> this is just the beginning in aiding and dismantling systems of oppression within higher education, specifically the um system. >> reporter: effective immediately, the resignation of university president tim wolf who some say failed to adequately address several hate

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