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texas, perhaps. where is your odds? >> it has to have good infrastructure and good high school test scores and good public education system. a place you don't have long commutes. all of these things are going into the thought. "early start" continues right now. president trump is bringing jobs back to china. a stunning confession from the president. he wants to relax sanctions on a telecom firm. the u.s. embassy in israel moves to jerusalem this morning. high level delegation on hand. protests are expected. what does this mean for america's role in the peace talks? we go live to jerusalem. and is this something you want at your child's prom? parents and students outraged after a caged tiger is rolled out. why the school is defending the move.
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it was welcome to the jungle theme. welcome to our jungle. i'm dave briggs. >> we had a disco ball at my prom. come on. >> that sounds like a hoot. >> over the top. i'm christine romans. it is monday. >> instagram generation. >> it is may 14th. 5:00 a.m. in the east. 10:00 a.m. in london. president trump vowing to save jobs. chinese jobs. trump says he is working to get chinese smartphone maker zte back in business. he tweeted this. too many jobs in china lost. commerce department instructed to get it done. last month, the commerce department crippled zte. it barred u.s. companies from selling zte vital parts. that punishment for zte for slig violating the u.s. sanctions and
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selling vital parts to iran. and then lying about the employees involved. last year, wilbur ross called zte's actions egregious. >> we are putting the world on notice. improper trade games are over with. >> are they? now the white house says trump expects ross to resolve the action. trump's tweet draw criticism from adam schiff and he said trump should care more about our national security than chinese jobs. trump's reversal come as round two of trade talks ramps up. a chinese delegation heads to washington this week. the goal to avoid a full-blown trade war. in a second tweet, trump said china and the u.s. are working well together. after past trade talks were one sided. adding be cool. it will all work out. big day in the middle east. the trump administration doing what ada minute administrations in the past promised by moving the u.s. embassy to jerusalem. in a matter of hours, the formal ceremony set for 9:00 a.m.
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eastern time. the white house declaring the move reflects the reality that jerusalem is the israeli capital. critics arguing this marks the end of america's role as an honest broker in israeli/palestinian peace negotiations. cnn's elise labott joins us from inside the new u.s. embassy in jerusalem. good morning, elise. >> reporter: good morning, dave. big day for the u.s. embassy opening in jerusalem. the ceremony will be starting in a couple of hours. a high level delegation coming here today. in addition to the delegation, accept ty secretary -- deputy secretary of state john sullivan and you have secretary steve mnuchin and the president's son-in-law jared kushner as well as ivanka trump.
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the president's daughter, tweeting this morning. let me read. thank you, prime minister netanyahu and mrs. netanyahu for the warm welcome to israel. i'm honored for the dedication of the new embassy in jerusalem and celebrating the friendship between our two countries. the ceremony has a lot of speakers. there will be a recorded message from president trump to the crowd. also prime minister benjamin netanyahu will be here on hand. i expect him to say something an along the lines he said last night. asking all nations to follow president trump's lead and move their embassies to jerusalem. consider jerusalem as the capital of israel. as popular as the move is here from israelis, you see pro-president trump signs lining the streets on the roads up to the embassy, a devastating day for palestinians who consider that palestine has jerusalem as
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the capital. a future palestinian state. as much as the u.s. says this will advance peace and israelis say that, too, the palestinians and arab states, obviously, feel otherwise. that's why as happy a day it is for the israelis, the palestinians will protest across the country. expect to see tough protesting in gaza today. hundreds of thousands expected at the wall with israel. one final note. we are expected to hear from a controversial pastor robert jeffress. one of president trump's greatest supporters during the campaign will be giving the opening invocation. critics are saying he is the wrong one to be giving an address at the opening of the embassy. of course, he has been criticized for his anti-muslim and anti-gay and anti-catholic anti-mormon and anti-jewish
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remarks. a controversial speaker at the controversial event. dave. >> elise labott live for us. one of the critics of the move to have jeffress speak there. here is what mitt romney tweeted out about robert jeffress. in the past, you can't be saved by being a jew. he said the same about islam. such a religious bigot should not give the opening prayer for the u.s. embassy in israel. >> this reverend has given a speech "why gay is not okay." clearly a pointed choice of that pastor. the u.s. embassy move to jerusalem triggered protests on the gaza border. a video tweeted out attempting hamas may breach the security
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and carry out a massacre. we have ian lee live from gaza. ian, tell us what you are seeing there. there is a lot of black smoke behind you. >> reporter: let me paint you a picture of what is going around us. the chaos we are seeing behind me. you have the black smoke. that is from tires being burned. that is to obscure the site of israeli snipers. we have seen a lot of tear gas this morning. a while ago, we have seen these drones fly over the crowds and drop tear gas down. we also heard live rounds being fired. thousands of people descending on the site we are located now. hello. what we are seeing here is the crowds pushing forward are toward the border. also, that fence -- israelis say, that is a red line. they will not allow anyone to
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cross over. they have tear tiers. they will warn people verbally and non lethal means like tear gas and they will use ammunition if necessary. the issue is large groups of people crossing the border. you have a large number of people like this today and they say they will cross over. it will be a very chaotic and possibly deadly day. >> ian, what are folks telling you? we saw that gentleman stop to chat, apparently. what are people telling you? their biggest grievance about the embassy moving? he can't hear me. wow. incredible picture. stay safe. bring us more as it develops this morning. that will officially happen in a few hours. >> let's talk about this with
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julian zelizer. so this was a very controversial move at the time the president announced it. it seems that some of the controversy has died down. fulfilling a campaign promise. doing what presidents past have failed to do. was it much ado about nothing or will this blow up the region? >> it is a bold move. presidents in both parties said he would do this. he is the first to do it. overall, reaction has been muted from a lot of countries given what everyone expected. that doesn't discount what are you seeing. there is obviously intense opposition. we will see how this unfolds. >> what do you make of pastor jeffress from dallas doing the opening prayer. what does that signal? >> it is hard to brief. you already have a tense situation and it has to be
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handled delicately and inject the pastor of this sort into the middle of the celebration. it is hard to imagine why he picked him. other than sending signals to various constituents in the united states. his record is no mystery. many politicians have spoken about this. including anti-semitic. >> the commerce department got tough on zte, the chinese smart phonema maker. you were not playing fairly. you were selling phones in markets sanctioned by the u.s. then the president says be cool. it will all work out. seemingly in the second round of negotiations, he is going to help get chinese jobs back. chinese jobs back. listen for a moment to the president who was elected for his tough talk on china. listen. >> we can't continue to allow
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china to rape our country and that's what they're doing. china taking our jobs, our money, our base, our manufacturing. >> they have done to us the greatest single theft. >> the greatest abuser in the history of this country. >> rampant theft. >> a currency manipulator. >> they break the rules in every way imaginable. >> i have many friends in china. they agree with me 100%. >> we have lost all of their respect. >> they think we're run by a bunch of idiots. >> is there a risk for him trying to save jobs with zte? >> there is a risk. he has been able to do a lot of things contradict and get away with it. he is dealing with two realities. one is the reality of a potential trade war. you see him backing away from the threat. two, this comes before the
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negotiations with north korea and the president wants the chinese leadership on his side to help with this issue. those are pushing him away from the campaign. he bets he can get away with it. >> he has not addressed the controversy about the awful joke about john mccain last week where white house aide regarding the decision about gina haspel. john mccain, he's dying anyway. that don doesn't matter. lindsey graham was offended. here is what he said on sunday. >> it is disgusting thing to say. if it was a joke, it was a terrible joke. i just wish somebody from the white house would tell the country that was inappropriate. if somebody in my office said such a thing about somebody, i would apologize for the office. >> the white house is upset with the leak of the joke to the media. why not put out an apology? why do they let it linger?
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>> here is bipartisan agreement on something. the president digs in. the presideresident doesn't lik admit culpability. part of the anger is not simpyi the joke, but he sets the tone for the white house. this is about him and the things he is willing to say, including about senator mccain back on the campaign trail. this reflects him. he doesn't want to apologize. i don't know if he will or not. this is a consistent pattern. by focusing on leaks, he sends a clear message. >> come back and we julian, thank you. iranian officials with a full-court press to salvage the nuclear deal minus the u.s. how long the iranians are willing to work to save it? we are live in tehran next. ors a and other parts of south america.
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has hardliners and moderates are willing to give the deal another chance, but the iran interests needs to be preserved. european companies should not fear retribution. zarif has been speaking to sergei lavrov and saying they are committed to the deal minus the u.s. russia stands to benefit if the deal continues to go forward. the big test, christine, is going to be tomorrow. when zarif goes to brussels to meet with leaders there. iranians are asking the europeans to go against the united states on the issue and protect the european companies when they invest in iran. of course, the u.s., an ally of the europeans, but no secret the europeans are angry with president trump for pulling out of the agreement. >> and ally and alliance which has been tested no question by pulling out of the nuclear deal.
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major chinese telecom. the u.s. embassy moves to jerusalem this morning. protests really starting to pick up in gaza. we are live in the middle east. some disturbing video there as we see ian lee near dangerous situations. we will go to ian live in a moment. welcome back. i'm dave briggs. >> 32 minutes past the hour. let's begin with trade. u.s. and china on trade. the president is vowing to save jobs. chinese jobs. trump is working to get zte back into business tweeting too many jobs in china lost. commerce department instructed to get it done. just last month, trump's commerce department crippled the zte. barl b barred u.s. companies from selling zte parts.
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they violated the sanctions by selling zte parts to iran and lying about the employees involved. this is wilbur ross last year calling the actions of zte egregious. >> improper trade games are over. >> are they? trump's tweet grew sharp criticism by adam schiff. he said trump should care more about our national security than chinese jobs. trump's reversal come as round two of trade talks ramps up. in a second tweet, trump said china and the u.s. are working well together. after past trade talks were one sided. adding be cool. it will all work out. tensions high in the middle east.
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the white house doing what past administrations promised to do, but failed to deliver. moving the u.s. embassy to jerusalem. the white house declaring the move reflecting the reality that jerusalem is the israeli capital. this effectively marks the end of america's role as an honest broker in the peace negotiations. let's go live to elise labott inside the embassy where clearly it is calm as we get to the protests in a moment. what should we expect there today, elise? >> reporter: dave, you can see behind me the event is getting set up. speakers are starting to get ready and the music is already starting to play. very high level delegation here from the u.s. dozens of congress members and business men in addition to the head of the delegation. deputy secretary john sullivan and steve mnuchin and jared kushner, the president's son-in-law, he is set to reveal
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the peace plan in the coming weeks. and ivanka trump. let's see if you can hear me over the music. she tweeted thank you, prime minister netanyahu and mrs. netanyahu. i'm honored to join you in the u.s. delegation in come memorand -- in celebrating the embassy and celebrating the friendship between our two countries. president trump will have a videotape to address the crowd and prime minister netanyahu will address the crowd. he will obviously call on other nations to move their embassy to jerusalem. there was a controversial speaker set to address the crowd. the southern baptist pastor robert jeffress. a big supporter of president trump, but criticized, dave, for
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comments against muslims and against mormoms and catholics and even jews. a controversial speaker here for the opening of the u.s. embassy in jerusalem. >> calm and cool, elise labott. the joys of live television. well done. we could hear you loud and clear. >> well done right through the sound check. the protests on the gaza border after the move of the u.s. embassy to jerusalem. hamas may attempt to breach security and carry out a massacre. protests are picking up. we have ian lee live from gaza where he has seen black smoke and drone activity and also a lot of people gathered there. tell us what is happening behind you, ian. >> reporter: christine, let's add one more thing. kites with the rag on the bottom they light on fire. the goal is to fly the kite over
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the border to the dry fields. we have seen what looked like one fire started by the kites. as you can see, also behind me, black smoke that they still keep lighting these tires on fire to obscure the site ght of the isri snipers. i can see the border where the black smoke is billowing to signal the protest camps are and we heard one person killed already this morning. it is still quite tense here. here we go. it looks like there is a drone -- tear gas drone flying over. we are hearing the crack of live rounds. i don't know where that is coming from. these people, you can see, are scrambling out of the way. this has been the scene this morning. we have seen the drone dropping tear gas and people scramble. i don't know if you can hear that? that sounds like the pop of live
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fire. possibly trying to go after that drone. here we go. now you can see the tear gas that's dropping from the drone. it is hitting into the crowds as they are scramblinscrambling. they are trying to push the people back from the border. the border is probably about 1,000 yards away from me. you can see it is just very tense situation. we're expecting this to pick up throughout the day. thousands of people. israeli military predicts 1 100,000 people to come out. their goal is to cross the border. israel have a number of ways to prevent that. verbal warnings and tear gas and then live ammunition. they say the fear is a large rush across the border. as you can see, today is very tense and deadly. >> ian, the black smoke behind
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you, you said they were burning tires to conceal positions from snipers and people and israelis to get a sense where the crowd was moving. >> reporter: that's right. this has been a tactic we have seen throughout the past seven weeks of protests. it draws a black curtain across the border to obscure the movements of the protesters as they try to get across. early this morning, we are hearing from a witnesses. you can see the tracks. israeli bulldozer came across and destroyed the berms, the mounds on the gaza side to try to hide behind. they destroyed them. a fresh set of barbed wire acro across the border. the first day out here on this spot, the first day of protests, they did not have the tires. it shows how the protests have evolved over time and you now get the black smoke that billows
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up obscuring the sight. that is nasty. that black smoke. it is really just engulfing the border area. >> ian lee in gaza. thank you. according to the ministry of health, one palestinian has been killed. we will continue to monitor and get back to you. let's bring in political analyst julian zelizer. again, this is the move of the embassy which is the catalyst for all of this issue. this is the video the trump team tweeted out. promise kept. listen. >> jerusalem is still the capital of israel and must remain an undivided city accessible to all. >> as soon as i take office, i will begin the process of moving the united states ambassador to the city of jerusalem as chosen as the capital. >> i will continue to say
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jerusalem is the capital. i will say that again. >> jerusalem will remain the capital of israel and it must remain undivided. >> president trump can say i'm the one who did it. promise kept. >> absolutely. this is a significant move for them. many presidents said they did. they backed away. they were worried about the implications. he has done it. i think within israel, you see the enthusiasm about what he has done. it signals a shift in the regional dynamics because overall, the response from many countries and region has been muted. >> the knock is u.s. is no longer a peaceful country in the negotiations. >> the president has leverage now. he has a lot of goodwill in israel. you can imagine presidents using that to try to broker a legacy making deal. i don't know if he will do that, but there a possibility he will
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capitalize on this to move in a direct direction. >> huge week. u.s. trade negotiations. the president has thrown a lifeline to the chinese firm that many accused of cybersecurity threats to the united states and the commerce department actually was trying to really hit hard. now the president says be cool. it will all work out. president trump trying to save chinese jobs. what is his trade strategy? >> here he is backing away from a major campaign promise with a tweet. i think one thing he is trying to do is avoid the reality of the trade war. he is a little bit spooked as this gets real and rhetoric turns into back-and-forth action. he is trying to set up negotiations with north korea. he knows the chinese leader is upset about this. it is unclear if there is a bigger game plan for how he will do with these negotiations. other than day-to-day tweets. >> his administration taking
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heat for the joke about mitch mcconnell -- joke about john mccain that he is dying according to a white house aide. here is the latest from sunday. >> it is a disgusting thing to say. if it was a joke, it was a terrible joke. i wish somebody from the white house would tell the country that was inappropriate. if somebody in my office said such a thing about somebody, i would apologize on behalf of the office. >> lindsey graham is john mccain's best friend. no apology from the trump administration. is this saying anything about the dialogue today or is the president's team okay? >> the president has lowered the bar about what you can say about opponents. he doesn't have a lot of good feelings for mccain. president trump is the leading person attacking mccain since the campaign. i think the president is sending a clear message by not responding respond
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or -- responding or focusing on the apology. >> that tone is reflected on both sides of the aisle. the dialogue -- the race to the bottom as you call it. >> julian, thank you. >> thank you. iranians official was a full-court press to salvage the nuclear deal minus the united states. how long are the iranians willing to save it? we are live in tehran with the latest.
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is the united states going to sanction european companies that do business with iran? >> i think the issue here is what the europeans are going to do. if they're going to see that it is not in their interest to stay in the deal, we're going to have to watch what the iranians do. they would love to stay in the deal. why shouldn't they? they got everything they wanted from the obama administration. but i think the europeans will see that it's in their interest ultimately to come along with us. >> all right. national security adviser john bolton refusing to rule out sanctions with european countries doing business with ir iran. fred pleitgen live in tehran with the latest. good morning, president. >> reporter: hi, dave. yeah.
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60 days is what the iranians are saying. they are saying they have specific things in mind. they want to make sure if a deal is good going forward, it needs to protect iranian interests. companies from europe have to be able to do business with iran without facing retribution. both are absolutely committed to the nuclear agreement without the united states. rush sharks a company that stands to benefit a great deal economically if the deal stays in place. the big test, though, is going to be tomorrow when the foreign minister goes to europe. as john bolton was saying in that statement, the big question is what are the europeans going to do? iranians are asking them to stand up to the united states, but of course the u.s. is an old ally. dave? a check on cnn "money". asian stocks rising on hopes of
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