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over the national anthem controversy. and special counsel robert mueller accuses paul manafort of witnmpering. prosecutors want him in jail until trial. i don't subscribe to that taking over the world. i worry much more about people thinking like machines. >> candid apple ing about phone usage. it could change your lifestyle. >> good morning. welcome to "early start." i'm christine romans. >> i'm dave briggs. it's tuesday, june 5th. it is 5:00 a.m. in the east. we start with the nfl with the new national anthem policy, but same old problem. the president of the united states. here is a quote. our president is not a true patriot, but a fragile egomaniac obsessed with crowd size and
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embarrassment of throwing a party to which no one will attend. and this is after the white house celebration was canceled. this move is an issue over the players kneeling over the national anthem. the statement from the white house, they agree with their president because they ply stand for the national anthem and hand on heart. the eagles wanted to send a smaller delegation, but the 1,000 plans planning to attend the event deserve better. worth noting, no eagle player took a knee last season. last month, the nfl announced it will require players on the field to stand during the national anthem or the teams fined. teams have been protesting racial injustice. it prompted the president to say this. >> wouldn't you love to see one
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of the nfl owners when somebody disrespects our flag to say get that son of a bitch off the field right now. out. he's fired. he's fired! >> cnn's jake tapper learned the eagles held a team meeting to discuss the white house invitation. reports are somewhere between 10 and 12 wishing to attend. the issue of taking a knee was not broughtup. eagles management released a statement. watching the community come together has been an inspiration. we are grateful for the support we have received. tory smith, a member of the eagles team, will play for the panthers tweeting. so many lies. the men and women who wanted to go should have been able to go. the mayor echoing those sentiments last night. >> no one more disrespectful than the president of the united states. it is sad to say, but true.
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if i talked about being patriotic. he avoided the draft five times in vietnam. he could have been patriotic back then as opposed to this sham of anueive to the national anthem. >> the white house renamed the event at 3:00 the celebration of america. the president also tweeting last night staying in the locker room for the national anthem is as disrespectful to our country as kneeling. sorry. teams only started coming out for the anthem in 2009 after the government paid them to do so. also staying in the locker room is an option for nfl players who don't want to stand for the a and -- the anthem. >> let's bring in our washington reporter sara westwood. the president said you should be fired if you are not the patriot you should be like him and maybe you should leave the country. deport people who don't portray
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his brand of patriotism. a quote from the president that was in a deposition. the president in a phone call to jerry jones in the fall of last year. this is a very winning strong issue for me. tell everybody you can't win this one. this one lifts me. is he going too farhere? disinviting the eagles? is this still a story or position or branding move that lifts this president? >> trump is about particularly inflammatory when it comes to the nfl protests. the white house and trump clearly see this particular issue as a winning one for president trump. he is a culture war president whether going after people saying happy holidays or merry christmas or picking fights over confederate monuments. these are the things that president trump knows his base likes. he knows that people are going to respond in a certain way. he manipulates that for his own
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gain. public opinion does bear out people standing for the national anthem. he knows this is an issue that has been popular with people outside his base in the past. perhaps he thought he would avoid embarrassment with an event under attended by cancelling it and drawing an te -- attention. >> if ten players show up, not enough to field a starting offense. the issue is look how few players showed up? >> and donald trump is obsessed with crowd sizes and maybe would not appreciate if his event was under attended. now the conversation is had on his terms. we are talking about standing during the anthem and not focusing on the issues that players may have wanted to draw attention by staying out of the
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event. >> it is fascinating he keeps going back to the issue that divides us. >> this is not going away. a handful of players taking a knee. it was all about gone from the nfl. >> the conversation inside these locker rooms is what? the team meeting was they did not want to go to the white house? >> many players were not going to the white house long before the anthem policy just out of disagreement with the president. league wide, i can tell you players are not happy about the nfl policy. they did not end this issue sdplch -- issue? >> what will happen in the fall? >> if anyone takes a knee, you look at a handful of players. the issue had largely gone away. let's talk about rudy giuliani here. he was on with chris. this is the president's attorney. i'm curious what you think about sort of the information or misinformation and changing narrative that keeps coming from
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the president's attorney here. what is his job? is his job to be a spokesman or lawyer? i'm not sure. i'm confused by the information that comes from rudy giuliani. is that on purpose? >> i think rudy giuliani is waging president trump's legal battle in the court of public opinion right now. he is trying to push this narrative that the mueller investigation is illegitimate and foundation was bias somehow. he has been trying to go back and correct the record on some things, including the stormy daniels payment and reimbursement to michael cohen that was going to come out anyway. he has been on offense for president trump in a way that we have not seen because his legal team has been toiling away behind closed doors. this misstatement is interesting. it did not just come incorrectly from the legal team from jay sekulow. it was also the white house who was caught misstating whether
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trump was involved in compiling that ement. neither claims to speak for each other. there is a parallel problem with the white house and president trump's lawyers need to explain what went wrong here and how they claim not to coordinate on messaging and they par on trote same lie. >> sarah sanders cannot comment on her own comment anymore. here is what rudy giuliani told chris cuomo last night about the meeting at trump tower. >> why do you think they chose to lie about his role in drafting the statement about trump junior's meeting with the russians? >> chris, you think maybe somebody could have made a mistake? >> that's a lot of mistakes is it always that somebody -- you think jay lied? maybe he just got it wrong like i got a few things wrong in the
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beginning of the investigation. you can make a mistake and if you want to, you can say it's a lie. it's a mistake. i swear to god it's a mistake. the guy made a mistake. >> why don't we just call a a lie and ishis an issue just like the anthem that the president wants to keep alive or else why keep sending rudy giuliani out there on national television every day? >> rudy giuliani emerging as public attack dog against mueller coincided with the rise in favor of public opinion to trump's side of the mueller investigation which is maybe this should wrap up. there is partisan bias going on with the investigatio public opinion is swingingtowar. maybe he perceives his giuliani gamut as working. we heard the explanation from the legal side that jay sekulow
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was misinformed. we have not heard an explanation why sarah sanders was saying the same. did she tell the truth or did she deliberately tell a lie? we have not heard anything approaching an explanation deflecting to the legal team. the legal team is declining to speak for her. >> sarah, come back. we want to ask about bill clinton's unky responses to me. is that fair? >> yes. >> we will ask you about bill clinton, me too, monica lewinsky in the next half hour. special counsel accusing paul manafort of witness tampering in the criminal trial. in briefs filed, manafort asked witnesses to lie for him. he is currently on house arrest under a $10 million unsecured bail. this new allegation puts more pressure on manafort. prosecutors investigate the
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>> it is hard to play when i can't physically serve. i'm beyond disappointed. i gave up so much from time with my daughter to time with my family. i put everything on the court. you know, all for this moment. >> fascinating the way she is talking about the family aspect. it is not typical serena. to say there is bad blood between giancarlo and mike fiers. he was the pitcher responsible for hitting stan toton in the f in 2014. baseball players never forget. three innings later, stanton belt a solo home run. you know that story. you're a mom. elephants don't forget. >> i know. my favorite animal. >> that is a mean hitter right
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the eagles are grounde president trump canceled the champs visit to the white house over the national anthem controversy. and special counsel robert mueller accuses paul manafort of witness tamping. prosecutors want him in jail until trial. could that make him more likely to cooperate? i don't subscre to that taking over the world. i worry more about people thinking like machine. >> candid apple ceo talking about phone usage. it could change your lifestyle. welcome to "early start." i'm christine romans. >> i'm dave briggs. now they have us hooked on $500 iphones. this is the cover of "the new york post." trump flips the bird.
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a new poll, but the same problem. the president. here is a quote. our president is not a true patriot, but fragile egomaniac obsessed with crowd size and afraid of embarrassment of throwing a party which no one wants to attend the words of jim kenney after the white house celebration was canceled. this controversy over the players kneeling for the national anthem. mr. donald trump says they disagree with their president because he insists they proudly stand for the anthem and hand on heart and honor the people of our country and military. worth noting, no member of the eagles took a knee during the anthem last season. safety malcolm jenkins raised a fist and chris long with support with his hand on his shoulder. and the nfl announced last month
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requiring players stand during the anthem or teams will be fined. some teams have been kneeling over racial injustice. it prompted the president to say this. >> wouldn't you love to see one of the nfl owners when somebody disrespects our flag to say get that s of a bitch off the field right now. out. he's fired. he's fired! >> cnn's jake tapper learned t eagles held team meetings to discuss the white house invitation. not many players wanted to attend, but the president about the players taking a knee was never brought up. eagles released this statement. watching the community come together has been an inspiration. we are grateful of all of the support we received. tory smith played for the super bowl team was more vocal. so many lies. the men and women who wanted to
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go should be able to go. it is cowardly to cancel. jim kenne yery last night. >> there is no more disrespectful a person than our president of the united states. talking about patriotic? he avoided the draft five times in vietnam. if he wanted to be patriotic, he could have been patriotic back then as opposed to the sham of the issue with the national anthem. >> the white house renamed the 3:00 p.m. event the celebration of america. the president tweeting last night staying in the locker room for the playing of the anthem is as disrespectful to our country as kneeling. sorry. teams started coming out for the anthem in 2009 after the government paid them to do so. also staying in the locker room is an option next season for player who players who don't want to stand for the anthem. that completely does away with
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the point of protesting. staying in the locker room. >> let's bring back white house reporter sarah westwood. how does this play for the president? he seems to go back and mine this issue whenever he n. this division about the players who, by the way, are protesting racial injusticinjustice, among things. not the military. the president keeps going there. does that play for him? will that play for him today in the primaries? >> it is clear president trump sees this as a winning issue for him. he is a culture war president. he loves to pick these battles in the case of the nfl protest, public opinion is more on his side in these battles than some of the other controversies that he has gotten himself in. for kneeling during the anthem, i think trump and the white house saw the nfl changing its policy as a capitulation and a concrete win in the situation and not just a figurative one in
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terms of the nfl losing viewership. although there were a lot of factors that contributed to the ratings falling. now how few players are attending the president'spa we having a conversation of patriotism and president trump forced the nfl to change the policy. he is reframing what could have been an embarrassment on terms favorable to him. >> maybe a tough spot for the president. ten eagles showing up. he would have been embarrassed. let's turn to another issue. it appears the president wants to keep this issue alive. the russia investigation. he may say this is the fake news making attention to this story. he tweets about it all the time. he chooses to send out rudy giuliani just about every day on national television. he did it again last night with chris cuomo. attempting to explain all these varying explanations for who wrote the statement about don
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junior's meeting with the russian meeting at trump tower. here is rudy. >> why do you think they chose to lie about his role in drafting the statement about trump junior's meeting with the russians? >> chris, you think maybe somebody could have made a mistake? >> that's a lot of mistakes. >> why is it always that somebody -- you think jay lied? maybe he just got it wrong like i got a few things wrong in the beginning of the investigation. you can make a mistake and then if you want, you can say it's a lie. it's a mistake. i swear to god, it's a mistake. >> okay. shifting stories. whatever you want to call it. there are 12 explanations. >> they had two years to get this straight. >> two years and sarah sanders cannot comment on who wrote that statement. is this central to obstruction of justice and why does the
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president keep sending out rudy giuliani every night? >> president trump -- there has been tension with he and his legal team for a long time, because he had been advised to take a different approach to mueller. you recall he never said mueller's name at the beginning of the investigation. he rarely attacked the investigation head on. as the probe has dragged on for months longer than trump was told, he has grown frustrated. it is clear he wants to go on offense and take a more aggressive position toward the investigators. giuliani is sort of serving a dual function for him. he has been more combative as mueller prepares to potentially sit down for an interview with trump. he beening to wage trump's legal battle in the court of public opinion. the involvement is coinciding with the periodic rise of the
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public opinion. maybe this has dragged on too long. are y you are seeing that sentiment rise from polling. from donald trump's perspective perhaps giuliani is doing what he hoped. >> let's talk about president bill clinton. he was out talking about a novel he wrote with james patterson. he was asked by craig melvin of nbc about his indiscretions of me too 20 years ago. i want to play that and play how he tried to clean that up a little bit giving a book talk about the book with patterson. listen. >> did you ever apologize to her? >> nobody believes that i got out of that for free. i left the white house $16 million in debt. but you typically have ignored
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gapingacts in this and i bet you don't even know them. >> the suggestion was that i never apologized for what caused all the trouble for me 20 years ago. so first point is i d. i meant it then and i meant it now. i apologized to my family and monica lewinsky and her family and the public. i support the me too movement and i think it is long overdue. >> sarah, what do you think of that performance from the president? >> it is remarkable that bill clinton still doesn't seem to have an explanation for his indiscretions. he had to have known this question was coming. the first time we have seen him step out in the public atmosphere in a long time.
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so much of a conversation about me too has evolved democrats grappling with how they treated the bill clintonccusations and the bill clinton accusers and how the party sort of tried to discredit s the women. i think that is where the problematic aspect of what happened to bill clinton lie. he had to have seen that conversation taking place in the public sphere. it is remarkable that he attempted to somehow claim the mantle of someone empowered wome throughout his career and yet tried to side step having to offer any public apology. >> all of the trouble for me. there was a lot of he was the victim. it seemed a little bit -- i don't know. self awareness wasn't there. >> most of us get perspective on our mistakes. sarah westwood, thank you. special counsel accusing
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former trump campaign manager paul manafort of witness tampering. he asked witnesses to lie for him. they are asking to send manafort to jail until his trial. he is under house arrest under $10 million unsecured bail. this puts more pressure on manafort as prosecutors investigate the possibility he coordinated with the russians during the 2016 race. the timing is set for president trump's meeting with kim jong-un in singapore. with the summit one week away the president may not be seeing eye to eye with one of his top national security officials. let's go live to seoul and bring in alexandra field. explain. >> reporter: good morning, christine. we have a date now and time now for the summit. tuesday morning in singapore. not a lot of time until the big meeting happens.
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everyone's expectations have been tempered and reduced to the minimum of a meet and greet. in order to protect the meet and greet and get it done, now seems that the national security adviser john bolton is sidelined in the process. he was the one who made the comments about libya drawing comparisons with libya and north korea that so inflamed tensions with north korea to the point that president trump canceled the summit all together. he was not in the meeting where president trump's smoothed over andided the summit is back on. we are learning from sources familiar that it was the secretary of state mike pompeo who advised the president it would be counter productive to have bolton in the meeting. bolton is the most hawkish when it comes to north korea. all of this is a growing rift according to sources between the secretary of state and national security adviser. national security adviser throwing questions on whether
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there is a rift here. certainly it seems the priority of the administration right now is to simply have a meeting which might not be more than an opportunity to meet. christine. >> a meet and greet. alex field, thank you. each the ceo of -- even the ceo of apple tim cook admits he spends too much time on his phone. the interview discussing the tech addiction next. an ued fpla and right now, buy one samsung galaxy s9 and get one free. you could start your search at the all-new carfax.com that might help. show me the carfax? now the car you want and the history you need are easy to find. show me used minivans with no reported accidents. boom. love it. [struggles]
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in guatemala, thing deae del has climbo 69 the fuego volcano. entire communities were buried in ash and lava. battered residents facing hazards with the clouds of volcanic ash spread by the wind. officia officials warning residents for the possibility of new eruptions. saudi arabia issued the first driver's licenses to women. ten women received licenses on monday. officials expect 2,000 to receive the license in the next week. the world's only ban of women behind the wheel ends june 24th. iranians expect to increase uranium enrichment capacity. that comes on the heels of president trump walking away from the iran nuclear deal.
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benjamin netanyahu on the three-day trip to persuade germany and france and uk to walkway from the deal. supreme court victory, but a narrow one for a colorado baker who refused to make a wedding cake for a gay couple citing religious beliefs. the justices ruled 7-2 in favor of baker jack phillips. the ruling did not directly address freedom of religion. it cited the members of the colorado civil rights facility. the lim scope of the ruling written by justice kennedy le e leaves broader questions of religious liberty unresolved. the case is not expected to set a precedent. at least 117 homes destroyed by lava from the kilauea volcano. hawaii's civil defense spokesman says there are still a lot more
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homes to count. lava covers 5,000 acres. this new video shows the conditions at kapohoa bay. the lava from fissure eight flow in the water. prompting warning of volcanic gas particles in the air. a man who killed six people in the arizona area is dead. dwight lamont jones fatally shot six people, some with links to his bitter divorce case. >> connie jones said her current husband recognized a connection to her divorce and called police. police are still trying to find out if the last two victims found dedmad monday is connecte to the divorce. and the capitals beat the golden knights 3-1.
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they scored three first period goals as washington could hoist the stanley cup wit a win on thursday in las vegas. thanks forng us. big primary we'll see you at 3:00 a.m. tomorrow. president's hosted multiple national champions. unfortunate when politics gets in the middle of this. >> there's no one more disrespectful than the president of the united states. >> that's an attempt to embarrass the president. >> this is a way of putting black players in their place. it's very, very disturbing. >> the president did not draft the response. >> it was a mistake. i swear to god it was a mistake. >> the president dictated that statement in order to mislead the american public. prosecutors allege that paul manafort has been tampering

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