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the political version of win or go home. president trump laying down an ultimatum to house republicans. vote on the health care bill today or you will be stuck with obamacare and forced to explain why you didn't vote to repeal it. all this after leaders postponed the vote scheduled for thursday when they did not have the votes. both the white house and house leaders said to be frustrated with that ultra conservative freedom caucus. after both spent the day trying to quote grind them down. >> a familiar trend emerging with the white house laying the ground work to place the blame on others. freedom caucus chairman mark meadows told members to vote their conscious. >> i'm still opt on mystic. i don't put grades on anything. that would make for a better headline. i'm optimistic that everybody is negotiating in good faith.
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>> the vote just hours away. big questions. will the president's ultimatum force the freedom caucus to fall in line? will the president reject a vote later if the republicans can't round up the votes today and what may be the fallout if the dealmaker president can't close the deal? our coverage starts with suzanne malveaux live on capitol hill. good morning to you. thanks for being up early for us. what do we expect today? >> reporter: dave and christine, everybody is expecting an early start. this will go to the house rules committee at 7:00 a.m. that is where the debate will start. we expect it will last three hours before they vote at 10:00. then it will go to the full house. we expect the voting will start the debate around lunchtime and wrap up by dinner time. we will see what comes of all this. the stakes could not be higher for the president and republican party to push forward the signature legislation.
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republicans have been fighting to repeal and replace obamacare for the last seven years. this is a critical test for the party and the president. it was very clear that the president was tired of negotiations. this was it. he issued his ultimatum last night through a series of aides here on capitol hill. we saw freereince priebus and kellyanne conway and steve bannon. it was mick mulvaney saying now is the time. they had stopped negotiating. they offered various concessions to the conservative freedom caucus group. alienating the moderate republicans. now they say this is the moment to show if you are loyal to the president and loyal to the party and its policy. it say veis a very divided part. we saw paul ryan emerging late yesterday seeming like he could not call either way whether or not this would pass.
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take a listen. >> we have been promising the american people we will repeal and replace this broken law because it is collapsing and failing families. tomorrow we're proceeding. >> reporter: there is bad news from the congressional budget office as well. this was delivered yesterday. this bill has gone through amendments and the last amendment that the cbo saw, they determined that the federal deficit would be cut by $150 billion over the course of ten years. that is much less than the estimate that was before the original bill which was $337 billion. the figure remained the same about 24 million people estimated that would be uninsured over ten years under the republican plan. finally, the bill as you know, needs 216 in the house to pass. by our latest whip count, cnn count, republicans cannot lose more than 21 votes. republican votes.
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right now, we have 31 who are voting against it or leaning against it. it does not look good at this moment. anything can change. anything can happen. this is a moving target, if you will, starting at 7:00. >> it will be a busy day for you, suzanne malveaux, on capitol hill. let's bring in our panel. eugene scott with us here in new york and greg valliere. greg, you just heard her fantastic report here. you saw the gallery of pictures of the leaning no. what would it take to pull this off? >> they could as suzanne suggested come up with a last minute deal. they could say let's give this another week or so. i can't believe they will say it is totally dead. they will have a flicker existing for a while longer. >> with most presidents who can look at congress and what they did as governor.
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with donald trump, we have the book "art of the deal" and twitter feed. a 2011 tweet. some say may reveal what he plans to do this. we can show you that tweet. what he said he quoted. this is where the two combine. "art of the deal" and twitter feed. know when to walk away from the table. is that what he is doing? >> it seems like it. based on reporting from last night, he said he felt like he made every concession he could make. whether or not that is true, remains to be seen. what he can come up with that won't hurt moderate republicans and please the conservative republicans is not clear. what is fascinating point we have to remember, we think about these. 31 or so who are no. there are nearly 250 republicans in the house right now. they hold this much power. so is he going to win them without losing others by 7:00
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p.m.? >> we are so into the nitty gritty. this is kitchen table economics. what happens here will change how much money people have in their bank accounts. there is nothing more fundamental than health care. if you look at the quinnipiac poll. people are worried. they are worried this is worse for them. they see the reporting we do. if you are a poor american. if you are a trump supporter. rural, older american of modest means, you will pay more for health care. did they not come up with a plan that does what they promised on the campaign trail? make a good health care plan. >> if you look at the trail and the promises that the president made. he never promised specifics. he said he will repeal on day
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one. he dropped the ball there. i think once you spend time looking at voters who hoped he would have come up with something clear. they were not clear what he would presented. they thought it would be better. we have some republican lawmakers saying maybe obamacare was better than this. there is details that people were hoping to get that they did not. >> greg, let's talk about obamacare. republicans made the argument that it is in a death spiral. if they do nothing, it will collapse on its own. what about the american people? what happens if this bill fails? what happens to obamacare and country's health care? >> dave, i don't want to get on a soap box this early. i will say this. for the american people who want bipartisan ship and get things done, there is another alternative. that is for the republicans to go to democrats and say let's fix obamacare. the problem is that both parties are so rigid and inflexible. you see the democrats last night
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say we will filibuster a supreme court nominee who looks qualified to me. the partisanship is strong that any desire to fix obamacare, i think, is unlikely to occur. >> the whole talking point it will collapse on its own weight. when i talk to economists, obamacare survives and limps along with flaws that are not fat fatal, but unfortunate for american families. it could be fixed. >> absolutely. i think it may just limp along. the messaging here is terrible. the messages from both parties scares people. people who have medical conditions that need to be addressed. i don't think anything in the next few days is going to alleviate that public anxiety. >> before we rule president trump out, eugene, let's talk about he proved everyone wrong time and time again. there is also that aspect of last night 30 lawmakers standing
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up and pleading with fellow lawmakers. sign this bill. come aboard. only one spoke out against it. people who spoke out in favor, lost two legs on the battle field in afghanistan. how compelling may that argument be in the final few moments? >> i don't think it is impossible to think that somebody like this could happen. we just haven't seen it happen before in the history of the presidency. is there hope? the white house is hoping and can come up with a message. it looks like majority of people have not been moving. >> i want to show you the tweet from mike pence showing people making decisions about health. women's health in particular. this is it. pass the bill. >> that's not a good look. >> plenty of people. you add pat roberts with a flip remark about mammograms. i would not want to lose my
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mammogram. he had to walk that back. and then the mom tax. people talking about the mom tax. the idea that women were somehow a burden on the rest of the society because of health care for women. greg, that's not -- they don't want to go down that path. >> the optics are terrible. if trump loses today or the next few days, it is premature to write owe bit arbituary for tax. there will be victories, but if he loses today, that is not a good story for the markets. >> greg, thank you so much. i'm talking about tax reform right now. >> segue. >> we worked together for years. i love that. today's vote on health care could have implication for tax reform. the trump administration next priority and prize for the stock market. if all goes well and health care passes, it will likely help the
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president's chances at tax cuts and easier for paul ryan because saving money there will help pay for cutting taxes. if the bill fails, one former senior budget office staffer tells us it could derail the agenda. another says it actually may vo motivate republicans quickly. unclear how that could be played. regardless, since the election, the stock market is pricing in the best-case scenario that pushed stocks to record highs. we have seen the rally pause the last few days as the uncertainty here on the washington agenda has investors on edge. ceos have been telling me, washington should not hold donald trump back. don't let washington hold back donald trump. maybe he will move on if this doesn't work. >> we have so many questions. really we don't know much until 7:00 tonight. it should be fascinating. the death roll rising following the terror attack in london. including an american celebrating his anniversary.
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this is where the raids were taking place. christine, two significant arrests made overnight. that brings the total number of people currently held to nine in total. the metro police said it would be crucial to the investigation is to find out how the muslim convert became radicalized. who was part of the journey along the way? who did he interact with? those are the questions they will ask. they conducted 16 searches across various addresses. there are still five raids ongoing. they uncovered huge amounts of information. 2,700 items uncovered in the raids. a large portion is computer related data material. that goes to show cyber investigations are so much part of terrorist investigations these days. in the meantime, i want to point out that the number of victims has risen to four in total. a local man from south london.
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75 years old passed away in hospital after injuries he sustained overnight. there is also an american citizen. kurt cochran from utah. sadly lost his life when he was celebrating his wedding a anniversary with his wife. she was injured, but not serious enough to lose her life. >> it is important to keep focus on the victims here as we learn more about the attacker. our thoughts and prayers with all of their families. people enjoying an international city. people who were travelers from around the world. >> one of the great cities in the world. we're going to turn to sports. 11th seeded xavier still dancing after a comeback for the ages. andy scholes with the closest thing we have to a cinderella story this year in the bleacher report. an with type 2 diabetes knows how it feels to see your numbers go up, despite your best efforts.
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it goes absolutely nuts. you have to watch this in slow motion replay. we highlighted these two. they were so excited, they could not execute a chest bump. xavier moves on with 73-71 win. they play gonzaga. zags playing a thriller with west virginia. matthews with the three right here to give the zags the lead. watch this. devin carter tries to go hero ball for west virginia. he dribbles around forever. mountaineers miss three ever shots. 61-58. they are one win away from the first trip to the final four. head coach mark few is not worried about it. >> i don't know i have a monkey on my back. i don't wake up with one or walk around with one. i don't think these guys think i have one. i don't think my wife thinks i have one or anybody in my
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family. fishing buddies never talked about it. it is not about monkeys or my dog or cats. it's about them. >> all right. magical run for michigan has come to an end. wolverines had won seven in a row since the plane skidded off the runway two weeks ago. missing a three at the buzzer that would have won the game. oregon now on to the elite eight. the action continues after 7:00. vice president mike pence on hand in memphis to watch butler take on north carolina. pence's wife went to butler. ucla and kentucky and wisconsin playing florida. you can watch that on tbs. like you said, dave, romans is killing us in the brackets. we have no chance. she is looking good. >> scholes, coy wire and myself spent a lifetime in and around sports. we're all out. >> sometimes if you know too much, it's a disadvantage. thanks, guys.
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will president trump's deal making skilling work in washington? we find out today thanks to his ultimatum demanding a house vote on health care. we are live in washington with all of the breaking developments. knows how it feels to seees your numbers go up, despite your best efforts. but what if you could turn things around? what if you could love your numbers? discover once-daily invokana®. it's the #1 prescribed sglt2 inhibitor that works to lower a1c. invokana® is a pill used along with diet and exercise to significantly lower blood sugar in adults with type 2 diabetes. and in most clinical trials, the majority reached an a1c goal of 7 percent or lower. invokana® works around the clock by sending some sugar
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president trump tells house republicans he'll walk away if they don't vote for and pass a health care bill. will the tactic work to bring conservative and moderate republicans under one roof as the clock ticks away? "early start" has live team coverage right now. welcome back to "early start."
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i'm dave briggs. it is my way or the highway. >> i'm christine romans. 30 minutes past the hour. a lot of good stuff in the papers. a lot of good stuff or bad stuff happening in washington. the political version of win or go home. president trump laying down ultimatum for republicans. talks are over. vote on the health care bill today and pass it or you will be stuck with failing obamacare and forced to explain why you didn't vote to repeal it. all this after leaders postponed the vote scheduled thursday when they did not have the votes. both the white house and leaders are said to be frustrated with the freedom caucus after both spent the day trying to quote grind them down. >> now a familiar trend emerging with the white house laying the ground work to place the blame on others if this bill fails. the republican source says freedom caucus chairman mark meadows told members to vote
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your conscious. >> i'm optimistic. i don't put grades or numbers on anything. i know that would make for a better headline, but i'm still optimistic that everybody is negotiating in good faith to get there. >> the vote just hours away. big questions will the president's ultimatum force the freedom caucus to fall in line? would he reject the vote later? what is the fallout if the dealmaker president can't close the deal? our coverage starts with suzanne malveaux live on capitol hill where it is early, suzanne, but there is already so much happening. >> reporter: it is early. a frenetic place. we were talking about members of congress working and early in the morning when the bill will go to the house rules committee. that is where they will debate amendments for three hours and vote at 10:00. then it will go to the full house. of we will see a similar dance,
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if you will, and hopefully will have a result by dinner time. the stakes could not be higher for the president and members of congress. particularly republicans who have made this their signature legislation for seven years now pushing to repeal and replace obamacare. it became clear yesterday after 24 hours of shuttle diplomacy and secret negotiation and public shaming, if you will, that the president was tired of this. he was done with the negotiations. he sent a team of advisers and aides here on the hill, including steve bannon and kellyanne conway and reince priebus. then the omb director mulvaney who delivered the message to the caucus saying if this does not pass, you will be stuck with obamacare and this is something that must happen. the time for talk is now over. house speaker paul ryan emerged from the meetings. series of meetings and he still did not have a sense of where this vote would go.
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>> we have been promising the american people we will repeal and replace this broken law because its collapsing and failing families. >> reporter: there was more bad news from the congressional budget office. a new score given to the republican legislation saying that it is now more costly this plan. we're talking about cutting the federal deficit of $150 billion over ten years. that is less than $337 billion cut under the original plan. also, they still estimate 24 million people out of health care coverage insurance over the course of ten years. as it stands now, dave and christine, we are looking at 216 needed to pass on the house side. this legislation, republicans cannot lose more than 21 of their own members voting no. the latest cnn whip count is now 31 no or leaning no. it is anyone's guess if this will actually go through and
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whether or not it could be another delay. as it stands now, they will vote and it does not look like it will pass. >> suzanne malveaux bright and early for us. thanks, suzanne. >> so let's bring in our panel. political reporter eugene scott with us here in new york. and in washington, political economist greg valliere. strategist for horizon investments. no one has counted out president trump. the washington post with an editorial from their board suggesting this is a way to pivot. obamacare could use reform. neither the public or the state of the health system demands a destabilizing repeal. this provides mr. trump opportunity to provide new course. moving away from conservatives
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and working with democrats to improve the health care system without depriving millions of people coverage. greg, nobody should count out president trump. what is the likelihood of that happening? working with democrats and fixing obamacare? >> in a perfect world, that would be great to have the republicans go to the democrats and say fix it. it is not a perfect world. democrats have become more partisan. threatening to filibuster a supreme court nominee who looks to me pretty qualified. i think the interesting angle is if trump fails tonight or the next few days, what does he do to change the subject? does he stay on health care or more move on to taxes? he has a pattern of changing the subject. i think it will happen again. >> change the subject to tax reform. the going conventional wisdom it
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will hurt him on tax reform. if you can't get this, he will double down on tax reform. >> he needs that badly. i think action will start in the committees. i just don't see a tax reform bill making it until late this year at the earliest. >> we have little for a window into donald trump's thinking into strategy. we also quote the book "the art of the deal." this one, eugene, i never get too attached to one deal or one approach. my question to you is that type of philosophy, is that an asset here or liability? it could be an asset in terms of how he negotiates, but a liability in terms of not owning this legislation. which is it? >> that is interesting. you were quoting that. i was thinking that some argued he was never attached to the particular legislation. the desire to have him renegotiate further or go back to the drawing board is something some lawmakers are
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pushing for. we saw tom cotton saying we don't have to rush this. the problems that exist in obamacare and the problems that exist with this replacement plan, we can fix. things don't have to be done by today. >> i think so much of this is a political imperative. they thought they won the election by repealing obamacare. what they didn't understand is people hate change, which is why they started obamacare. they hate changing change. look at the quinnipiac poll. 17% approve of the gop plan. disapprove, 56%. obamacare is not as popular as democrats would have wanted. changing it again and more uncertainty is even less popular. that is the bottom line politic politically. >> 56% disapproving of the replacement plan. more than 60% disapprove of how donald trump is handling it all together. people are frustrated.
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including people who voted for donald trump with what they see him doing to what they think is take away their health care. >> greg, when i hear conservatives talk about republican welfare expansion, what is it the ultra conservatives want to see about het health care in america? what is the view? >> the ultra conservatives don't want government involved in health care. they would like to cut way back. they have a long history of demanding 99% of what they want. it's a major reason why john boehner is now retired. they are so rigid and inflexible. the next story we will talk about, all four of us, is the debt ceiling. they will not vote to raise the debt ceiling and we will have a crisis on that. there are very, very i
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intransigent group. >> he has a way of coming back. if it is not that, eugene, two questions. who gets the blame here? is it paul ryan? the freedom caucus? then, what stops them from coming back and trying it again in a week or two weeks or a month? >> i don't think they will not retry it if it doesn't pass. i think people will retry it. republican lawmakers if this doesn't work. they spent eight years criticizing it. >> what about the blame? who gets it? >> the right thing is for the president to take it. he would have taken the victory. the reality is when you say i fix this. if it falls apart, he's backed it. he has come out and said -- >> you are not suggesting he will take the blame? >> i'm saying there will be people -- do i think he will own it? no. i think he will be blamed for it. i don't think he will take the blame. >> he will own it if it passes.
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>> he will own it if it passes because he will take the victory if it passes. if it failed, logically, he should take the blame. >> will it pass? >> i don't think so. i don't think so. it could. i don't think so. >> greg, will it pass? >> even if it passes in the next few days in the house, it is dead on arrival in the senate. >> wow. could they reschedule a vote? >> sure. absolutely. by the way, on trump taking blame. he will find a scapegoat. it won't be him. >> fake news. >> fake news. maybe the media. >> freedom caucus. a fascinating day in politics. greg, eugene, thank you. >> thank you for being here. let's talk about the numbers here. the poorest american families could lose benefits worth one-third of the income if this becomes law. according to a report by the brooks tax center.
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four years into the republican plan, the average family earning less than $10,000 would lose $1,400 in government subsidy. the poorest of american families. spending that on insurance is a net reduction of 30%. on the other side, families earning $200,000 a year, gain $5,000 of tax credits. the good news for those in the middle, families making more than $50,000 a year generally be better off. >> there's good news. top officials on the house intel committee now disagree over how much evidence exists linking the president's associates and russia. we will hear from both sides next. uld bo bae it used t neutrogena hydro boost water gel. with hyaluronic acid it plumps skin cells with intense hydration and locks it in. for supple, hydrated skin. hydro boost. from neutrogena
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listen to each describe the evidence they have seen of possible collusion with the president's associates and the kremlin. >> i don't feel comfortable talking about the evidence the fbi is looking at or we're looking at. i do think it is appropriate to say it is the kind of evidence that you would submit to a grand jury at the beginning of the investigation. >> this collusion? >> i don't. no. >> you haven't seen any new evidence of collusion? >> no. >> nunes apologized for going to the president with the information before telling members of his committee. nunes will not say where he received the information. nancy pelosi now calling for an independent non-partisan commission to handle the investigation of russia's election meddling. time for a look at what is coming up on "new day." chris cuomo has his hands full
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of health care. >> you are dead on. i have been listening to you this morning on point as usual. this is a big moment. they pushed off the vote. i think you have to look at that objectively as a smart move. you don't want to set yousrself up for failure. the question is for the hype put on trump and his reputation for "the art of the deal" the question is does he want to make a deal? does he want to own this plan? there seems to be a lot of side indications that the white house isn't comfortable with this. they don't think it is a winner. we will talk about the politics and policy. remember, a big part of the recalcitrance here is the republicans think obamacare is the worst thing ever. they have two groups within the party who don't think they met the burden. we have tom price.
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everybody should know he is one of the architects of this. he is one to come up with an alternative when he was in office in that regard. what does he have to say why this is the right plan? we're getting after it. >> the two groups who don't think this does better. they think for wildly different reasons. >> if something is going to fail, you want it to fail on a friday night. that's the time. >> generally when i fail. >> you know, no coverage goes into the weekend. the document dump. >> i'll be a lump with a glass in my hand somewhere. >> that's quite an image. >> thank you, chris. chris, thank you. i needed that. investors paused the trump stock market rally as they wait for health care votes. the tone turning optimistic. we have a check on cnn money stream next. (vo) ahhhh, all right. all right flows downstream... both ways.
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passed away. bringing the death toll sadly to four. among them, an american from utah celebrating his 25th wedding anniversary. his wife was injured. we are learning details about the attacker who authorities say was known to police and inspired by isis and british born. let's go live to new scotland yard and nina dos santos with the details you received from metro police. what can you tell us? >> reporter: thanks, christine. the birth name of adrian russell
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ajao. that is the other name of khalid masood. he claimed the lives of four victims. we know that 16 raids have taken place across properties across the uk. five said to be ongoing. a huge amount of material that police managed to recover from that. 2,700 items of evidence. a lot of it computer data as well. they will go through cyber size to the investigation. a huge component. they will piece together who khalid massod wood was. what is his story? they are appealing anybody who knew him to come forward and give evidence. witnesses are a huge part of the investigation.
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the metro police appeal to witnesses who are on the scene on the day and continue to give the metro police further photogra photographic video evidence they have. they have been contacted by 3,000 witnesses. one of whom on the bridge when the attack happened. speaking of what happened on the bridge as you point out, victim tally has risen to four overnight. we learned yesterday that an american citizen, kurt cochran from utah, 54 years old, perr h perished in this attack. he was celebrating his wedding anniversary with his wife who survived. >> our thoughts and prayers with the families. thousa thank you for that, nina. the kremlin denying claims by the ukraine that it was behind the shooting death of the former russian lawmakers. denis voronenkov was gunned down
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in broad daylight. among the critics of putin to be injured and killed. blaming russia calling the fatal shooting a terrorist attack. moscow says that claim is abs d absurd. almost 6:00. let's get a look at your money. wall street is hopeful ahead of the vote on health care. uncertainty in washington gripped investors. global stocks are higher. stunning statement from ford. ford is expecting profit to drop 50% this quarter. ford said it expects sales to decline around the world. it says costs for material like steel is rising and exchange rates are unfavorable. it expects brexit to hurt european operations which finally swung to profit last year. ford only forecasts a modest profit decline for the full year. after speculation of who replaces him, bob iger sticking around until 2019. the company says iger will stay
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at the helm until july of that year. that marks 14 years. iger says disney's best days are ahead. he looks forward to naming a successor. that is not worrying wall street. the stock is higher on the news. shares of disney are up 20% over the past six months. it allows iger to enjoy the "star wars" films. that follows "rogue one." it will be in december and next year. it just continues. >> they are betting big on "star wars." and president trump betting big on health care. before we go, we asked will this bill pass? 80% say no it will not. >> thanks for joining us. i'm christine romans. >> i'm dave briggs. "new day" starts right now. go with our plan. it's going to be terrific. >> president trump laying down an ultimatum on health care. >> people are being threatened
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and bribed to vote yes. >> i am still a no. i'm trying to get to yes. >> this is the only train leaving the station. >> bill keeps getting worse and worse. >> tomorrow we're proceeding. >> do you have the votes? do you have the votes? >> it's judgment call on my part. >> congress must create an independent bipartisan commission to expose the trump-russia connection. >> we continue to get new information and get a complete picture. >> you have not seen any evidence of collusion? >> not that i'm aware of. >> the president is confident. >> this is "new day" with chris cuomo and alisyn camerota. >> all right. welcome viewers in the united states and around the world. this is "new day." it is friday, march 24th. 6:00 here in new york. up first, president trump issues an ultimatum to the house. vote or keep the aca. there is growing concern that donald trump does not think this bill is a winner.
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the house is set to vote this afternoon. supposed to happen last night. it didn't. will they repeal and replace? the leaders bracing for a showdown because the word is they don't have the votes. the house was supposed to be the easier sell than the senate. >> with the president's deal making reputation on the line the political stakes are high on this. day 64 of the trump presidency. we have it all covered for you. jeff is live at the white house. what's the latest, jeff? >> good morning, president trump is demanding a vote and going to get one likely late they are afternoon but it's very much

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