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sure he wants to throw down with joe biden but less sure whether his own emplooios getting heltsz insurance pm assuming he can get his stories straight which is a problem so >> all of my employees are having a tremendous problem with obamacare. >> we don't even use obamacare. we don't want it. the people don't want it. and i spend more money on health coverage, but we don't use it. >> so all of his employees are having trouble with obamacare or he's not using obamacare. none of his employees have obamacare. also, he apparently wants to beat up the vice president who also wants to throttle him. cnn's sarah murray is in florida. >> reporter: good morning, john and christine. donald trump wrapped up a three day sprint through the sunshine state last night and he spent most of the day hitting hillary
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clinton and barack obama for rising premiums under obamacare but you saw this push and pull between donald trump trying to stay on the message. his advisors wanted him to hammer it home and fighting his gutt instinct to want to settle any fight with anyone who has criticized him. >> did you see where biden wants to take me to the back of the barn. me? he wants it. i'd love that. i'd love that. mr. tough guy. you know, he's mr. tough guy. he's mr. tough guy when he's standing behind a microphone. he wants to bring me to the back of the barn. oh. some things in life you would love doing. >> reporter: that was donald trump responding to a comment biden made. trump is back on the campaign
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trail and we'll see what message he brings with him. first he'll be in washington, d.c., for a ribbon cutting. >> vice president joe biden is not backing down. he connects his threat to take trump behind the gym to trump's self-described locker room talk about grabbing women's private parts. listen to this. >> i was a pretty good athlete. people didn't act like he talks about. that's not true. you know if you're in the locker room, the school i went to. one of the guys said, this is what i'm going to do because i'm a star halfback, quarterback, i'm the boss. my sister and girlfriends are out there, i would take the guy behind the gym. the point i was making is he is trying to dumb down, he's insulting everybody in the neighborhoods i come from and the people who play ball. that was the point i was trying to make. >> about this fight, would it ever happen now? doubtful, but back in junior high, i think there would be a rumble. according to an interview just
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released by trump biographer, trump loved to fight in school. >> very rebellious person. i don't like to talk about it. i was a very rebellious person. and very set in my ways and -- >> in eighth grade? >> i loved to fight. i always loved to fight. >> physical fights? >> all kinds of fights all types of fights. any kind of fights i loved, including fist fights. >> donald trump is warning that hillary clinton's policies on syria would lead to world war three. the republican nominee said that clinton calls for a more aggressive stance against syria's assad regem. >> what we should do is focus on isis. we should not be focusing on syria. you'll end up with -- her plan, you'll end up in world war three with syria. you're going to end up in world
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war three with syria if we listen to hillary clinton. she's incompetent. >> they accuse trump of parenting vladimir putin's points while refusing to lay out his own points. a lot of the rhetoric is similar to what you have heard from russia. the clinton campaign delivering its closing campaign. one is laying out the stark choice for voters on november 8th. >> a steady hand or a loose cannon? common sense and unity or drama and division? a woman who spent her life helping children and families or a man who spent his life helping himself? our children are looking to us. >> the adds will hair in florida, iowa, new hampshire, north carolina, ohio and
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pennsylvania. hillary clinton has picked up an endorsement from colin powell, the former secretary of state and former republican announced he is voting for hillary clinton. powell said clinton has more experience than donald trump. powell had some not so nice things to say. he jabbed saying hillary clinton has more stamina. the top clinton aides did not disclose clinton's use of private e-mail servers because they, quote, wanted to get away with it. she runs the clinton transition team. in an e-mail exchange with campaign chair john podesta, why didn't they get this stuff out like 18 months ago. so crazy. podesta replied, unbelievable. talk about the home stretch this campaign with our own home run hitting cnn political analyst josh rogan live from washington today. >> good morning, josh. >> reporter: good morning. >> that ad we just saw from hillary clinton, you get a sense of what her closing argument is
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going to be. it really is, i'm not donald trump. donald trump is a big risk, i'm not. i'm a steady hand to lead the country forward. donald trump's closing argument seems to be obamacare. premiums are rise, that's the story that the obama administration and hillary clinton admit, that has to deal with. donald trump has had problems getting his story straight. all of his employees, they have a horrible time with obamacare but then he had to answer questions about, wait a second, is that really where they get their health care? listen. >> do you provide health insurance plans to all of these employees? >> obamacare is a disaster. it has to be revealed and replaced. >> do you provide health insurance? >> i do. i do. >> so none of them are on obamacare. >> they are, they aren't. >> some of them, most of them. i don't. >> all of my employees are having a hard time with obamacare. his message going after obamacare like it.
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the way he's doing it, problematic. >> this was a gift to donald trump, a freebie, a lay-up. all he had to do was take advantage of it and he fumbled. i'm mixing my sports metaphors. he can't seem to turn a policy issue into a political weapon because he doesn't take the time to learn the issue whatever 15 minutes it would take. kellyanne conway spoke with wolf blitzer. she had a complicated reasoned understandable argument. the people with these premiums would get this. people who are under 26 would have this, people with pre-existing conditions would get this. she had thought it through. what you get from donald trump, oh, wow, he should be on the right side of this, the politics are in his favor. he got lucky with the price hike but he can't seem to capitalize. >> it's a headline, economic headline that he could, could
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use in his closing arguments. you're right, does he understand it? is he just talking off the top of his head. >> it's a problem. >> here's what hillary clinton said yesterday about fixing obamacare. she's in a tough position here too because, you know, people are mad about premiums rising whether you're on obamacare or not. mad about big deductibles, co-pays they have to pay in some cases. it needs to be fixed. saying you are going to fix it is an admission the law was flawed. >> we're going to make the changes to fix problems like that. the president and i have talked about it and so, look, this is a major step forward. 20 million people and, actually, i'm sure you know this, predominantly working people, african-american, latino people now have access to insurance, but the costs have gone up too much. so we're going to really tackle that. >> i mean, health care costs for
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the next president of the united states, this is going to be issue number one. >> reporter: yeah. i think what you get from this is hillary clinton has the opposite problem, he under prepares, she over prepares. the wikileaks come out about them discussing what to say today. when we see those from russia in three weeks from now, it's going to be the super workshoped answer where she finally gets around to saying that, you know, her position is that we have to fix it but she won't exactly tell us how. for hillary clinton this is something she's trying to avoid talking about for very good reasons. the problem is, she sends her surrogates out to talk about it who says it's a disaster or joe biden who says he wants to take trump out behind the gym or the barn. >> is it the gym or the barn? i'm very concerned about where this rumble is supposed to happen? >> i can clear that out. he has offered to take him out behind the gym but trump has agreed to go behind the barn. first grade rationality at this there, josh. one of the things that people like to do is get inside the
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heads of the candidates. michael dantonio, who was a biographer of donald trump, interviewed donald trump in 2014 to try to understand what makes donald trump tick. donald trump told him i'm the way now that i was when i was 6. listen to this. >> do you pay better attention. >> i don't think -- i don't think people change very much. you may slow down, you may -- but honestly, i've known people -- i've known many people for many years. i don't think people change. i'm a very big believer in the fact that when you are a certain way, pretty much that's the way you are. if i looked at myself in the first grade and i look at myself now, i don't think i'm that different. >> reaction, josh? >> yeah. i think he's being honest. i think donald trump is proud of the fact that he hasn't matured over the last 73 years, you
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know, which is kind of odd. it's sort of like playing to the fact that people like his refreshing take on himself. he never apologizes. he never says anything's wrong. you know, when i vote for president i kind of want somebody with a first grade level of sort of maturity. that's just me. whether or not that view prevails i guess we'll find out on november 8th. >> i will see you behind the gym and the barn, josh rogan. >> which is the better place to get hit? >> i've never been in a fight and don't want to. >> if i'm not there in five minutes, start without me. >> see you later. come back soon, like in a half hour. a sticker shock for obamacare. a huge jump in premiums and ip surers dropping premiums. what will the 234eks president do. hillary clinton will defend and expand it. she will have a government health insurer to compete with private companies. she'll expand outreach to younger, healthier people. you have to get the healthy people to help reduce the cost.
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clinton wants to lower prescription drug costs mostly by promoting conversations. she wants to have a cap. as for donald trump, one of the biggest applause lines, repeal and replace obamacare. he would repeal obamacare and get rid of the individual mandate. he would break down state barriers so insurance companies could sell policies in any state. he wants to make premium payments tax deductible and ease regulations on importing prescription drugs from other countries. >> there you go. the obama premium hike, the health care costs that are going up has the white house answering questions right now about the signature health care law. that's next on "early start."
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. some obamacare premiums are poised to skyrocket next year. republicans think they have a potent issue for the final night of this campaign. donald trump tells supporters that obamacare is over. he declares the election now is about the battle to blow up the president's signature health care law. let's get more now from cnn white house correspondent michelle kosinski. >> reporter: hi, john and christine. 22% jump on average overall. states like arizona seeing a 116% increase in premiums. for many republicans, this is the proof of what they've been criticizing for a long time now. there's still this real question though, because obamacare reduced the rate of growth of health care costs to the lowest rate in 50 years, would not many people now be paying more for premiums and for health care overall if they could afford
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insurance overall if obamacare didn't exist? so republicans are now calling this a disaster, a train wreck. listen to what mike pence said. >> president obama last week compared obamacare to the samsung galaxy 7 phones that have spontaneously burst into flames. >> what a coincidence, mr. president, because that's exactly what we're going to do with obamacare. we're going to pull it off the market. >> reporter: the white house has been countering this saying the vast majority of people aren't going to feel this. they get subsidies. the vast majority of people are able to find a plan they can afford on obamacare. they also say that the fixing they see for these problems, which in the white house would be a public option, a government insurer to compete with the others and fill in the gaps congress won't take up. they'd also like to see an expansion of medicaid in the
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states. they say many republican governors won't do that. and in those states rates have gone up even more. john and christine. >> thanks for that, michelle kosinski. u.s. plan to leave iraqi forces less than a mile from mosul. the final stages to retake that city from isis fast approaching. we're going to go live to the front lines in iraq next. we made the movie the book of life. the image on the surface book, transports you into the world which is our main goal as animators and you can actually touch the screen... you can't do that on a mac. and so when i saw that, that was completely disqualifying. i'm a republican, but this election is so much bigger
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new advances in the battle to recapture mosul. an elite unit is on the eastern end of the city waiting for reinforcement before moving in. there's also word of isis
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fighters on the move now. let's hear from michael holmes. tell us what's happening, michael. >> reporter: yeah, christine, obviously isis plans to defend mosul. it's been a long time in the making. it seems they're going into effect. witnesses inside mosul are telling us that hundreds of fighters have been pouring into the city from raqqah in syria, the de facto headquarters of isis. hundreds of men coming in wearing distinctive uniforms and wearing suicide belts. they have light weapons. these are obviously suicide squads who are being brought into the city. the locals tell us that these are mainly foreign fighters who are determined to fight to the death. they're going to have the tools to do it. we're hearing isis has prepositioned dozens of explosive devices, car bombs or some of these big truck bombs that they have as well, position those around the outskirts of
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the city in various places. they've put in rocket launchers, we've been told, and also something we've discussed over recent days, and that is the strategy perhaps of isis to pull back from the eastern side of the city into the far more densely packed western old city in mosul. that looks like that's coming to fruition as well. those witnesses telling us isis fighters pulling back from the east, crossing the bridges there and mining those bridges as they go. obviously the intention to blow them once they are hunkered down in that western part of the city. it's going to be a long and bloody fight. christine? >> i'd say so. michael holmes, thanks so much for that. stay safe out there, please. tough talk between vice president joe biden and donald trump. will they go behind the barn? will they go behind the gym? are there any other buildings these two men might go behind and threaten to beat each other up at? "early start" continues right after this. you wanna see something intense?
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fight club election edition. joe biden talks about taking donald trump outside. trump taunts the vice president right back. donald trump trying to capitalize on the obamacare sticker shock, but trump seems to have a problem understanding how health care works in his own companies. just released this hour, hillary clinton's brand-new tv ad rolling out today featuring an oscar award winner. welcome back to "early start." it's wednesday morning. >> i'm john berman. >> i'm christine romans. >> the first rule about fight club, you don't talk about fight club. this morning donald trump and vice president joe biden are in gross violation. they're both talking a lot about beating each other up. donald trump is also fighting a bit with his own message on obamacare and whether his own employees actually use it. republicans see the news of rising premiums of obamacare,
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some obamacare recipients as a potent weapon for donald trump in the important fort night assuming he can get his story straight which seems to be an issue. see the difference what a few hours makes. >> all of my employees are having a tremendous problem with obamacare. we don't use obamacare, the people don't want it. and i spend more money on health coverage, but we don't use it. >> also he probably or apparently wants to beat up the vice president who apparently wants to throttle him. cnn's sarah murray is in florida. >> reporter: good morning, john and christine. donald trump wrapped up a three-day sprint through the sunshine state last night. he spent most of the day hitting hillary clinton and barack obama for rising premiums under obamacare. but you saw this push and pull between donald trump trying to stay on the message his advisors wanted him to hammer home and fighting his gut instinct to
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wanting to fight anyone who criticizes him. >> did you see where biden wants to take me to the back of the barn? me. i'd love that. i'd love that. mr. tough guy. you know, he's mr. tough guy. you know when he's mr. tough guy? when he's standing behind a microphone by himself. he wants to bring me to the back of the barn. ohhhh. some things in life you could really love doing. >> reporter: now that was donald trump responding to a comment vice president joe biden made a couple of days ago saying he wishes they were both still in high school and he could take donald trump out behind the gym. now trump is back on the campaign trail today in north carolina and we'll see what message he brings with him, but first he'll be in washington, d.c., for a ribbon cutting for his new hotel. back to you. >> back in high school. vice president biden is not backing down. he is connecting his threat to take him behind the gym, not behind the barn, to behind the
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gym. he likened it to trump's talk about grabbing women's private talk. >> i was a pretty good athlete in high school, played a little bit in college. people didn't act in the locker room the way he talks. that's not true. you and i both know from the locker room in the school i went to one of the guys said this is what i'm going to do because i'm a star halfback, quarterback, i'm the boss and my sister and her girlfriends are out there, i would take the guy behind the gym. the point i was making is he is trying to dumb down his insulting everybody in the neighborhoods i come from and the people who play ball and that was the point i was trying to make. >> so about this fight, would it ever happen? now whether it be behind the barn or the gym. doubtful. >> under the bleachers. >> under the boardwalk. >> they're both completely different there. i think it's doubtful it would happen then. back in junior high it's a possibility. according to an interview by
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michael dantonio, trump apparently loved to fight in school. >> i was a very rebellious kind of person. i don't like to talk about it, actually, but i was a very rebellious person and very set in my ways. >> in eighth grade? >> i loved to fight. >> physical fights? >> any kind of fights i liked them including fist fights. >> donald trump warning that hillary clinton's policies on the syrian conflict would lead to world war three. the republican nominee telling reuters clinton calls for a more aggressive stance against the assad regime would draw the west into a confrontation which backs assad. >> what we should do is be focusing on isis not on syria. her plan, you'll end up in world war three over syria. we're going to end up in world war three over syria if we
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listen to hillary clinton. so the clinton campaign is trying to deliver its closing argument in new campaign ads just released this hour, two of them. one of them is narrated by morgan freeman and it tries to lay out a choice for voters on november 8th. >> a steady hand or a loose cannon? common sense and unity or drama and division? a woman who's spent her life helping children and families or a man who spent his life helping himself? our children are looking to us. >> right. these ads will air in a bunch of the battleground states, florida, iowa, nevada, north carolina, ohio and pennsylvania. >> ka zir khan will be a presence on the campaign trail. the gold star father blasted donald trump as you'll recall at the democratic convention.
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he'll reach out to people in virginia. a new revelation from the wikileaks hack. top clinton aides did not disclose this earlier because they, quote, wanted to get away with it. she currently works for the clinton campaign. she wrote, why did they get this stuff out like 18 months ago? so crazy. podesta replied, unbelievable. want to talk now about all of this with cnn political analyst josh rogan live for us from washington this morning. >> good morning. >> if we can, josh, let's talk closing arguments because donald trump now wants to use the news about the obamacare rising premiums for some recipients as his closing argument. get that in the last two weeks every day you get the sense he would be happy. >> right. >> he did have some trouble as he tried to address it yesterday. at one point he suggested that his employees all had obamacare,
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then he backed off that. then listen to what he said at a rally last night. >> unfortunately a small number of the people that work at trump national in doral, which is miami, they're on obamacare, small percentage. as i said this morning, they are having tremendous difficulty. in fact, a lot of them have said, can you take me off obamacare, see what we -- should i do it or not? should i take them off? maybe i will. i'll mention you folks when i do it. >> all right. maybe i will. josh, no question he wants to talk about obamacare every day. is that the way to do it? >> reporter: yes, he should talk about it. no, he shouldn't talk about it this way. i mean, listen, when you're in the last two weeks of a campaign, things like this are gifts from heaven, okay? he should be just feeling very lucky that this issue has become a huge national issue at this time in the campaign.
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it's played well in past elections. he's got the right side of the politics. he's just basically too intellectually lazy to figure it out enough to sell it. i mean, we saw kellyanne conway talking to wolf blitzer yesterday. she laid out what the trump plan will be. it makes sense. less regulation, lower costs, you would get less coverage, more privatization. that's a feeling. people like it, but trump doesn't seem to be aware of it. so, you know, everybody who wants to sort of use this to justify sort of supporting trump has got to have something in the pit of their stomach holding them back when they hear him talk about it and realize he doesn't know what he's talking about. >> let's talk about team clinton and its closing arguments at this point. 38 minutes ago it dropped a new web ad. >> no, tv. >> tv ad for battleground states. let's listen to this ad. >> people ask me, what will be different if i'm president? well, kids and families have
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been the passion of my life and they will be the heart of my presidency. >> so, you know, she talked about obamacare yesterday, too, but she's trying to close this deal showing that she has worked so hard with kids and families. donald trump has only worked for himself all these years. is it effective? >> yeah, i think this ad is effective. it has morgan freeman's voice. it's like a warm bath. as for the substance, i don't really think it's there. hillary clinton is playing it safe, okay? she's not taking on a lot of big issues. being for kids and families is not a particularly courageous position, right? so she's just trying to sort of keep it -- the controversies to a minimum, talk in vague generalities, executicuse me. i think that's smart. that's what she should do. don't expect lots of new policy proposals. >> like a baseball, no unforced errors. >> any sport. >> okay. >> unforced errors in any sport.
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>> cool reference there. >> if your opponent is hurting himself, get out of the way and let them do it. >> that's one of the things with the obamacare, the new issue with obamacare, the rising premiums come up right now, it gives trump something to talk about other than himself in a way, and you can see republicans at a minimum, donald trump has a republican problem, right? in the abc news poll he was down 83%. that's not enough for him. at a minimum maybe this helps him coalesce some of that republican support. it doesn't close the 12-point gap in the abc news poll. the people trump are going for are the people in the middle. they're generally opposed to obamacare but like certain aspects of it. that's the needle they have to thread. 26-year-olds on their parents plans, those kids vote, right, because they don't have jobs. what are they going to do on election day, right? you don't want to alienate those people. that's a very careful balance that i think kellyanne conway
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has struck. she should take ten minutes and explain it to trump so he can say it, too, then i think a lot more people would feel better. >> what about this interview with michael dantonio. he's a writer who sat down with donald trump and talked about leadership. let's listen to a little bit of that. >> if you lose a lot, nobody's going to follow you because you're looked at as a loser. winning is a very important thing and the most important aspect of leadership is winning. if you have a record of winning, people are going to follow you. >> this is sort of the core of the trump dna, isn't it? >> it really is. it really is. i think this sort of winning at all costs thing has its draw backs, right? i think a lot of people watching donald trump over the last few weeks, seeing him blame others for his potential loss, seeing him sort of undermine our electoral -- confidence in our electoral system in order to project himself as the victim. winning is great. i don't think anyone's against
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winning, but it's not at all costs, okay? you want a president who just doesn't think about their own personal success and their own personal motivations. you want someone who puts the collective above the individual and, you know, that's where i think donald trump's winning at all costs sort of mantra sort of gets into trouble. people don't want him to win, they want everybody to win. >> josh rogan coming up on the side of winning. great to have you with us. >> josh rogan #winner. >> the latest excuse from corporate america. the election is hurting sales, but is it all the economy bashing on the campaign trail or is this really a real confidence issue or just a big excuse from corporate america? dunkin' brand says consumers are in a funk, eating less donuts. mcdonald's says it's down.
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yum brands, they think the election is making people weary. >> i don't buy it. i don't bet that you're going to get fewer chicken nuggets. >> even rv make jerp winnebago is hurting the bottom line. it is the latest evidence of something we have seen throughout the election. >> don't you want a happy meal? wouldn't a happy meal be what you want? >> maybe all of america needs a happy meal and a bunch of munchkins. >> i'm more likely to eat during a terrible election. people are worried about the future. another measure of corporate america does not show this malaise. look at this. the dow jones industrial average just caught 2.5% below the all-time high. 466 points away. there's a lot of conflicting forecasts out there about what happens, right, if donald trump is president do you get a selloff in the market? if hillary clinton is president do you get a selloff?
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because it's factoring in hillary clinton? >> breakfast sandwich. the election is not keeping me from wanting the breakfast sandwich. game one is on the books and the cubbies got -- andy scholes with the bleacher report next. i spent many years as a nuclear missile launch officer. if the president gave the order, we had to launch the missiles. that would be it. i prayed that call would never come. self control may be all that keeps these missiles from firing.
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i would bomb the [ beep ] out of 'em. i want to be unpredictable. i love war. the thought of donald trump with nuclear weapons scares me to death. it should scare everyone. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. and now...i'm in bristol, inia. tennessee. on this side of the road is virginia... and on this side it's tennessee. no matter which state in the country you live in, you could save hundreds on car insurance by switching to geico. look, i'm in virginia... i'm in tennessee... virginia... tennessee... and now i'm in virginessee. see how much you could save on car insurance. or am i in tennaginia? hmmm... my ancestor, lady beatrice, introduced the elizabethan ruff. great-grandfather horatio went west during the gold rush. and aunt susan was a a world champion. i inherited their can-do spirit.
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world series game one in cleveland was all cleveland. >> yeah, andy scholes live in the bleacher report. hey, there. >> hey, good morning, guys. you couldn't have asked for a better night if you were a cleveland sports fan. i actually saw a man walking around holding a poster saying it feels like it's been christmas all year. really sums up this year perfectly for the city of cleveland. the city of cleveland was really the center of the sports world last night. game one of the world series, indians ace cory kluber, he was
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absolutely on fire. he struck out eight of the first nine -- eight strikeouts in the first three innings. that was a world series record. the unlikely hero for the ind yachts, roberto perez. he hit three home runs all season. he had two in game one last night. what a night for the indians. they would win in a shutout over the cubs, 6-0. it's a big win. the winner of game one has gone on to win 12 of the last 13 world series. game two tonight been moved up an hour because there is rain in the forecast. now the awesome night for cleveland, it started next door at quicken loan arena. the cavs celebrated the first championship in 52 years. lebron and company getting their championship rings and then raising the championship banner. and, hey, the cavs looked like champs against the knicks. lebron a triple double in the opener of the cavs beating the knicks in a blowout 117-88.
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the nba moved up the cavs ring ser money bey 30 minutes so the fans in cleveland could watch it and not miss any of the world series. i took advantage of the time change and the friendly sports schedule. i went to both. here's a look at a time lapse i shot when i walked from the ring ceremony to the world series. an opportunity to watch two historic events. i don't know if it's because i walked fast or timed it perfectly. it only took me five minutes to get from inside watching the ring ceremony all the way, you know, 100 yards away into the world series. >> that's awesome. you carefully omitted the quick stop to the bar that you made on that trip. >> i was going to say the port-a-potty. >> cut those out. >> thanks so much, andy. looked like fun. coming up on "new day," chris cuomo here with us. hello, sir. >> couple comments. first, how great a job does andy scholes have? >> yes. >> right? >> yes. >> the second is, christine, i don't know if you played
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softball growing up, but that feeling of hitting the ball and knowing it's going out like the catcher had last night in that cleveland win where you just drop the bat right away, berman has no idea what that's like but i'm telling you -- >> i'm going to take you behind the barn or the gym. >> no, no, behind the gym. >> only if i were in high school would you take me behind the barn. >> anything. >> all right. so what are we talking about this morning? take a guess. we're going to talk about the campaign, but we're going to look at it very kind of xs and os. almost like a strategy session of what they're doing now. where are they spending their time? which battleground states? what are they hoping to achieve? a big name now says that he's backing hillary clinton. who is it? we'll tell you. also, donald trump says he's looking for a fight with one of clinton's most popular surrogates. that's what john was just teasing me about. we'll give you those twists and turns. it was really a new low in the campaign as far as i'm concerned. plus, we told you about premiums rising and now we're getting answers from the secretary of health and human
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services. why are they going up? what's it mean? what's the real problem. you want to know what was in this? >> what was in there? >> this is made by rose, my producer. protein power in various fruits before john suggests anything else. >> very defensive. >> i saw them turning. >> he's a pampered anchor. >> we have to drink three day old water on "early start." you get mixed fruit. >> camerota's got nice -- oh, that's whisky. >> all right. fixing one thing in the u.s. economy would give the economy a 1.2 trillion dollar boost. what is it? i'll tell you what it is when we get an "early start" on your money.
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providing the glue. my co-anchor from sixth grade said oil is falling now back below $50 a barrel. twitter shares are set to pop. rumors of a sale are back on after report of an agreement on a sale price. >> really? >> watch the space. both companies declined to comment to cnn money. you're going to expect that twitter stock to pop. the eke knock minimum gap is growing. the umpt s. is ranked 45 out of 14 countries. 17 places lower. the pay gap stands at 5 percent. that means women earn 2z 3 of what men make. the female work force shrank. they suggest programs like paid
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maternity would close the gap. a checkout and working families. check out the new cnn money stream app. download it now on the app store or google play. you should get that music as your ring tone. it would be nice. little beat there. >> music there. >> all right. fighting words in the race for president. behind the barn. behind the gym. plus, some new takes that reveal donald trump really as you have not heard him before. "new day" starts right now. you vote for her you're crazy, okay? >> he's run a campaign based on insults. his final target is democracy insults. >> killing obamacare is one more way that our system is rigged. >> i'd like to take him behind the gym if i were in high school. wouldn't you? >> i'd love that. mr. tough guy. he's mr. tough guy. >> this is a crossroads election. i want to wake up in the white
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house. >> this is "new day" with chris cuomo and alisyn camerota. >> good morning. welcome to your "new day." it's wednesday, october 26th. 6:00 in the east. up first, hillary clinton and donald trump barnstorming the must-win battleground state of florida. 29 all important electorates up for grabs. trump bashing on rising obamacare premiums to attack clinton. this as new hacked e-mails show clinton's use of private e-mails sent the white house and her campaign scrambling. also, you will hear from donald trump in his own words about his fear of losing and his fixation with fame. fascinating new tapes released by one of his biographers. we are just 13 days away from election day. we have it all covered for you. let's begin with jeff
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>> reporter: good morning. hillary clinton is opening her second straight day of campaigning. florida is an seessential part his comeback plan. a plan she's trying to block today right here in palm beach county. >> it is so great to be back in the state of florida. >> we're going to win the state of florida. >> reporter: hillary clinton and donald trump in a relentless fight for florida's 29 electoral votes. >> tell you what, you vote for her, you're crazy. okay. i'll tell you. she is the worst. >> reporter: clinton releasing a new campaign ad narrated by morgan freeman laying out a stark choice. >> a steady hand or a loose canon. >> reporter: a new cnn/orc poll believes seven in ten believe clinton will win the white house. she's dismissing the poll but for different reasons than trump. >> it is going to be a close election. pay no attention to the polls. do

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