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>> easy. >> breaking news this morning. violent protests outside a huge donald trump rally. the republican frontrunner draws thousands late last night. california is now the battle ground in the republican race for president. good morning. welcome to "early start." i'm christine romans. >> i'm -- what's my name? miguel marquez. >> it is friday. >> very important. you are good. 5:00 a.m. here on the east coast. california taking the spotlight in the race for president. a chance to play decisive role in the nomination for the first time in more than 50 years. late last night, donald trump holding a huge rally in southern california. confident he is in his words the presumptive nominee. a raucous anti-trump protest raged outside with several people injured and 20 people arrested. the frontrunner enjoyed the
limelight inside. talking about illegal immigration and mocking hillary clinton. this afternoon, trump is set to speak at the republican national convention. he will be joined by cruz and kasich. cnn's jason carroll was at the trump rally. >> reporter: trump wrapping up the speech in costa mesa, california. setting his sights on the delegates up for grabs. for the first time, he opened up his speech talking about the issue of illegal immigration. an issue which is divisive here in the state. important to the state of california. one opening speaker is a father whose son was killed by a undocumented worker in 2008. trump talked about the need to be tough on illegal immigration. talked about building the wall. he also continued to criticize ted cruz for building that so-called alliance with john
kasich. >> so now what they're doing is kasich has given up on indiana and hurt all of the people. we have these tepeople working hard. now all of a sudden they are out and nobody told them. he dropped them terribly. and now cruz gave up a couple of other states. so what they're doing is playing russian roulette. that is the dumbest move and the next day they were criticized incredibly. it shows weakness. they choked under pressure. >> reporter: as trump supporters left the fairgrounds, some were surrounded by anti-trump protesters. they surrounded cars waving mexican flags. trump called his rallies some of the safest in the world. he vowed to take the state of indiana and california as well. miguel and christine. >> jason carroll for us. joining us to break it all down.
all the political action is ed o'keefe. ed, i want to stay on the protests last night. watching protesters outside of a political event rocking police cars and seeing supporters in trump t-shirts put in the back of ambulances. this marks a new level in the campaign season. what do you make of it? >> we saw a bit of this in chicago which is why they had to postpone that event there. it is not surprise that people are going to try to do this kind of thing. i think there is a lot of anticipation with the primary coming that way. there will be a lot of people opposed to his dan as i. i don't think he will see this everywhere he goes in california, but i'm not surprised it happened. we have been anticipating this is the reaction he would get. >> "the washington post" has a
story about how the republican establishment is starting to maybe line up behind trump. perhaps against their better judgments, but they're doing it because they feel they have to. it looks like a fait de complete. trump saying he would be more presidential. here is what he said about ted cruz last night. >> we have this guy, lying ted cruz. we know lying ted. i mean, nobody likes him. i have never seen a guy like this. in fact -- >> lying ted! >> doesn't he have to at some point pivot toward the general? >> does he? it's been working for him. i think it continues to be the struggle in his campaign.
those that have been with him longer like corey lewandowski and others that put the campaign together and new group who come in and tried to help him pivot. he got upset last week that advisers were telling people he was going to change. he turned around and said no i'm not. he started using nicknames he became famous for that stuck to his opponents. we saw him deal with the foreign policy speech this week. widely panned for lacking details or a real sense of politics around the world right now. you know, i think as we get closer to the convention, something i know he is concerned about. we may see him start to talk more broadly about finding a way to unite the country. he that's finish off ted cruz and john kasich. that's his goal.
>> speaking of ted cruz. john boehner speaking to a student newspaper at stanford university. really just unleashing his fury and disgust for ted cruz. listen to what he said. >> how about ted cruz? >> lucifer in the flesh. i have democrat friends and republican friends. i get along with almost everybody. i have never worked with a more miserable son of a [ bleep ]. >> a more miserable s.o.b. ted cruz said i have spoken 50 words to this guy in my life. i don't really know him. what do you make of that? >> what he's doing here is publicly stating things he has been saying about ted cruz for the last three years in private to fellow lawmakers and frankly,
i think it can be revealed and most of us who cover congress, my colleagues will tell you off the record to reporters. there's no secret that these two don't like each other. cruz came to town as a renegade senator designed to shake up the establishment. who did he go after but his former client john boehner whom he conspired with the republicans to overthrow him during the obamacare debate and push for government shutdown. they have a long bitter history. it is no surprise that now free from the shackles of political office, mr. boehner is speaking his mind. >> i take this is not an accident. he just didn't happen to be recorded and say this. peter king is weighing in. his timing on this could not have been more perfect. >> exactly. i think that's exactly right. he knows what he's doing at this point. he is looking for opportunities to draw this out. it is interesting.
boehner is close to john kasich. they are both from ohio. known to prefer the candidacy of jeb bush and wants nothing to do with ted cruz. he is doing the raw political math and realizes he has to get over it and support donald trump. he is willing to do that because he has personal animosity to ted cruz. >> we sat down with jeb bush yesterday. he supported ted cruz. listen to jeb bush. >> my personal belief is if donald trump is the nominee, my views have been consistent about this. we will lose the senate and we'll lose the presidency in a landslide. our country can't afford that. >> do you think the republican party should get around him if he's the nominee? >> i think they should support ted cruz. >> i think they should support ted cruz. >> that is the same day boehner
calls him an s.o.b. what a year for them? >> it has. i covered jeb bush's campaign. i would hear that every day. you are giving me shivers hearing it all over again. no love lost between he and trump. he believes cruz is the more consistent conservative. he didn't believe kasich had a chance. the two of them probably have more in common politically. he has said he admires cruz's tenacity and willingness to go after the establishment. even if it means discrediting john boehner. no surprise he is doing that now. probably one of the more prominent cruz surrogates. he had not done anything publicly on his behalf. he is speaking out now. suggests he has been asked to say more and do something to build support. >> wow. shiver me timbers o'keefe.
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found inside of that elevator in paisley park, he had opioid prescription medication on his person. we are hearing the medication, the same type of medication for severe pain, was found inside of his home. what we have now heard from investigators is that they have not been able to find any evidence that prince had a valid prescription for that medication. we also know the drug enforcement administration is going to be helping investigate the case to give some idea. the drug enforcement administration has a top priority. that is dealing with the misuse of opioid medicines and trying to figure out if potentially someone got the medicines illegally. it gives you an idea of what's happening with the investigation. we looked into documents given out by the sheriff's department here. five years of calls to local law enforcement from paisley park. as we look through them, there
were 47 different calls. one of which was the call when prince died. there were also four other -- three other, excuse me, medical calls. the calls we are not sure whether or not prince was the subject of the calls. we know they were made from paisley park. there are others like suspicious activity or harassing phone calls. the picture of what happened to prince is starting to get more light on it. we know everyone is waiting for the toxicology report. in the end, the only evidence that will let us know exactly what killed this amazing star is what it says in the toxicology report and the autopsy. miguel, christine. >> thanks, sara sidner. breaking overnight. an oregon man charged with threatening president obama. agents arrested john martin roos in his apartment on thursday. they found several pipe bombs in his home. secret service had contact with
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in more than 50 years. donald trump holding a rally in southern california confident in his words the presumptive nominee. outside, a raucous protest raged outside the theater. several people injured and 20 people arrested. the frontrunner enjoyed the limelight standing by illegal immigration and mocking ted cruz. this afternoon, trump is set to speak at the republican national convention. he will be joined by cruz and kasich. cnn's jason carroll was at the trump rally. he has more. >> reporter: christine and miguel, donald trump wrapping up his speech in costa mesa, california. setting his sights on california and the 172 delegates up for grabs. for the first time at one of his rallies, he opened the speech talking about illegal immigration. an issue that is divisive in the state.
important to the state of california. one of his opening speakers, a father whose son was killed by an undocumented worker in 2008. trump talked about the need to be tough on illegal immigration. talked about building that wall. he also continued to criticize ted cruz for building that so-called alliance with john kasich. >> so now what they're doing is kasich has given up on indiana and hurt all of the people. he has all of us. we all have people working hard. and the people that are working for kasich said what happened? we are ringing doors and nobody told us? he dropped them terribly. now cruz gave up a couple of other states. so what they're doing is playing russian roulette. that is the dumbest move. the next day they were criticized incredibly. it shows weakness. they choked under pressure. >> reporter: as trump supporters left the costa mesa fairgrounds,
some were surrounded by protesters. they waved mexican flags. trump called some of his rallies the safest in the world. he vowed to take indiana and california as well. miguel. >> thank you, jason. joining us to make sense of the crazy mixed up world is political reporter ed o'keefe. all is not quiet on the western front. a lot of young latinos out there upset with donald trump and his rhetoric. they are shaking a police car. "l.a. times" had a picture of them busting out the window. 20 people arrested. i take it we can see more of this as it moves into california? >> i think we can. we saw some of this in arizona during the immigration activists concerned about trump's candidacy. we are doing it there. we will see more of it in certain parts of california. it is important for us who live
away from california to remember it is a big state. lots of things going on. in certain parts of the state, he is likely to face this opposition. he is still winning. if he can do well, it probably puts him over the top. that is partly why you will see some anti-trump forces. liberals or immigration activists. some liberals will try to do and say and try to stop him. >> on wednesday, we had what was billed as a major foreign policy speech. you had donald trump on the stage reading from a teleprompter trying to put meat on the bones over the sound bites he made over the years with the foreign policy vision. we were hearing from supporters that he would seem more presidential. last night, he was back with the nicknames for lying ted cruz on the stage. let's listen to him last night. >> we have this guy lying ted cruz. we know lying ted, right?
i mean, nobody likes him. i have never seen a guy like this. in fact -- >> lying ted! lying ted! lying ted! lying ted! >> have we branded this guy or what? i mean probably. >> while campaign staffers and media talk about him becoming more presidential, it is clear to me, ed, his crowd loves the donald trump that shows up at the rallies. >> i think we have seen a lot of different sides of him in the last week. we heard from strategists that he will make this pivot to be more presidential. right now he is playing a part. he will change over time. he got upset about that when it was revealed that his manager paul manafort revealed he will appear more presidential. there is the branding he has
done of the opponents has worked. it is easily sought by his supporters. everyone in the republican party loves it and expects it from him. we will see if we see a more scripted trump and if it resonates eventually. he gave a speech to aipac with a teleprompter. he instilled fear in opponents. this guy to actually do this. this week was a bit more panned because of the content of the speech. if you got something more consistent during the general election, we may see the needle move. >> he is trying to stop trump. the bathroom bill. the transgender bathroom bill he is bringing up on the stump now. he had the shock therapy of
having his vp, carly fiorina, this week. last week, this kasich/cruz collusion to divvy up the states they go after. all of this seems to have back fired on him so far, yes? >> a definition of desperation, miguel. the cruz campaign scrambled to build buzz and momentum. it is unclear if it will work. the situation with john kasich to divvy up the remaining states was odd. that is something they should have considered a month ago prior to the primaries in the northeast. secondly, because it hasn't worked. kasich almost immediately poured water on it and had to show up in indiana for private events he scheduled because he needed to raise money there. both of them now disputing the idea they were doing this. that's because it is confusing to voters. you go in and vote and say why should i not vote for him or you? the other guy did not show up.
i see him on my tv all the time. it makes no sense. it is only understood by strategi strategists. and the fiorina thing, it is no belief it gives him a bounce just yet. it was an effective party spokeswoman. she didn't win anything. i think what it will help him with in the next few weeks is the idea he can be in one place and she can be in another. attending the state conventions where delegates are getting selected or going to fundraisers or making other stops as she will in the next few days in indiana alongside heidi cruz, his wife, to spread it out more. in their view, hopefully win the indiana primary on tuesday. >> ed, i want to play two pieces of sound from yesterday. two establishment republicans with two very different opinions about ted cruz. first speaker of the house john boehner.
former speaker. >> how about ted cruz? >> lucifer in the flesh. i have democrat friends and republican friends. i get along with almost everybody. i have never worked with a more miserable son of a [ bleep ]. >> now people who cover him know in private he can be very frank and colorful in his language. he certainly was there. you have jeb bush. jeb bush with a different take. listen. >> my personal belief is if donald trump is the nominee, my views have been consistent about this, we'll lose the senate and we'll lose the presidency in a landslide. our country cannot afford that. >> should the republican party get around him if he's the nominee? >> i think they should support ted cruz. >> i know the storyline is people are getting resigned to donald trump candidacy.
i think there is still just so much hand wringing within the republican party. >> there is. also remember jeb bush had some real bitter personal history with trump that he did not have a year ago. even if the whole party shifts, i think jeb bush will be standing in the corner by himself concerned about what is about to happen and an element in the party agrees with him. whether it is rhetoric or the races are effective. he speaks for the element of the party, but comes with a lot of baggage between the two of them given what went on with the debates over the past year. we will see. it is still a few months to go until the convention. a lot can happen. it is clear that there are deep divisions in the republican party that maybe irreparable. >> ed o'keefe, thank you. >> have a great weekend. new information about the prescription painkillers found in prince's possession when he died. the e-class has 11 intelligent
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new developments in the probe around prince's death. law enforcement releasing call logs from the late singer's home. cnn's sara sidner has the latest. >> reporter: cryihristine and miguel, as the memorial grows outside paisley park, we are hearing more about the investigation in prince's death. one, we found out from a source that when prince's body was found inside the elevator in paisley park, he had opioid prescription medication on his person. we are also hearing that medication, the same type of medication for severe pain, was found inside of his home. and what we have now heard from
investigators is that they have not been able to find any evidence that prince had a valid prescription for that medication. we also know now that the drug enforcement administration is going to be helping investigate this case to give some idea. the drug enforcement administration has a top priority. that is the misuse of opioid medicines to figure out if potentially someone got the medicines illegally. it gives you an idea of what is happening with the investigation. we also looked into some documents that were given out by the sheriff's department here. five years of calls to local law enforcement from paisley park. as we look through them, there were 47 different calls. one of which was the call when prince died. there were also four other, three other, excuse me, medical calls. those calls, we are not sure whether or not prince was the subject of the calls. all we know they were made from
paisley park. there are others like harassing phone calls. the picture of what happened to prince is getting more light on to it. we also know that everyone is waiting for that toxicology report because in the end, the only thing, the only scientific evidence to let us know what killed this amazing star is what it says in the toxicology report and the autopsy. miguel, christine. sara, thank you for that. time for an early start on your money. american's confidence in the economy is lowest all year. gallops index says it fell to the lowest level since august. it shows how americans feel about the future and economy today. 60% say the economy is getting worse. stocks around the world were crashing and why are americans feeling down about the economy? presidential election may be one reason. candidates like donald trump bashing the economy. we do know as well the start of the year was weak for the american economy.
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we want to bring in cnn's nick paton walsh. nick, i understand the death toll has gone up? >> reporter: 200 in the past week. that was the count of this morning on both rebel held areas, 123, with 18 children among those, and 17 on the regime side. i have to tell you, miguel, this morning, we are getting reports of continued air strikes. some suggesting possibly over a dozen in total. we don't know at this stage the death toll or the injuries. we know that some activists are saying that one clinic was also hit at this stage. that clinic was set to be perhaps empty at the time. we are still in the very early stages of gathering information. no definitive notion of how many were injured or killed during that. also, too, residents are telling us a mosque was also targeted by what he thought was a jet firing missile. not many casualty reports coming
from there either at this stage. it does appear the strikes are continuing today, but the death toll at this point not anywhere like what we are hearing from yesterday's strike on the msf hospital. that on it self, the strike on msf hospital was something we have seen many instances of in the past years or months. it has particular attention, of course, because of the death toll of over 50 and the timing. during the fraying or collapse of the cessation of hostilities brokered with the u.s. and russia and imposed upon the conflict to some degree, was always having problems because terrorist, quote, were not part of the cease-fire, and one described by the al qaeda affiliate, they fight alongside many rebel groups. the russians or regime can target and make the battle space muddy and complicated of who
should be hit under the cessation of hostilities. under the death toll, we have been talking about the idea of cessation of hostilities which is beginning to look more farce day by day. the big fear as we move ahead after two days of intense air strikes. it seems we are in the second day at this point. is this the beginning of a broader offensive by the regime or russians to move ahead east of aleppo? it is a muddy and complicated urban area. not an easy job, but one with enormous humanitarian costs. one over 200,000 people still living in there and still trapped in there, too, if the area is not circled. that is a difficult thing for the regime to pull off. now the worry is the peace talks falling apart in geneva. are we in the worse part of the military phase and more loss of life?
miguel. >> nick paton walsh, thank you. just about 57 minutes past the hour. time for an early start on your money. three hours until the u.s. stock markets open. the dow down 210 points. oil above $46 a barrel. asian and europe stocks lower. and wall street had big earnings for amazon. profits swung to $513 million from a loss of a year ago. that makes four profitable quarters in a row. a turn around for amazon. 28% increase in revenue. cloud services and web services jumped 63%. amazon growing primary membership. half of u.s. households have a prime membership. shares are up in pre-market
trading. amazon shares are down about 12% so far this year. apple's bad week is worse. carl icahn sold his stake in apple. icahn said he sold because of the treacherous market in chinese. icahn owned 46 million shares of apple by the end of 2015. when icahn talks, people listen. the stock is down 9% this week due to the worst earnings report in a decade. watch the tech zone today. >> that's big for apple. huge. thank god it's friday. violent protests raging outside a huge late night rally for donald trump. "new day" starts now.
here we are in a world that's going to hell. >> we're not going to take it anymore. >> lucifer in the flesh. >> when john boehner talls me lucifer, he's addressing that at you. >> do you think you'll ever run for politics again? >> this was my chance, and i ran into a storm. >> bernie sanders may be down, but he's not out. >> i think the evidence is overwhelming that you are looking at the strongest democratic candidate. >> and it's a sad day here at "new day." one of our own is flying the coop and heading for the bluer skies of l.a. stick around for michaela's sendoff. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com don't touch me. good morning, welcome to your "new day." we turn and begin with breaking news. hundreds of protestors taking to
the streets at a donald trump rally in southern california overnight. the protest quickly turning violent. some left bloodied. others stomping on cars, throwing rocks. police making scores of haearre. the protest as rub republicans are warming up to donald trump. and two trading blows after boehner calmed cruz "lucifer in the flesh." >> wowza. on the democratic side. hillary clinton returning to the campaign trail and bernie sanders seems to shift from rival to influencer. we'll explain that, and look ahead to next tuesday's indiana high-stakes primary. we begin with phil mattingly live in washington. >> reporter: donald trump advisers believe california will be contest that pushes the