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president trump thinks the upcomi upcoming g7 is a waste of time. now a testy phone call with the prime minister of canada is asking him if he knows history or made a bad joke. brokie breaking overnight r offers more documents on the confidential source. sit down. sit your [ bleep ] down. >> and police in arizona facing hard questions after the
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surveillance video captured the beating of the suspect. what his lawyer and police are saying now. >> that's hard to watch. >> we have seen far too many of those. good morning. welcome to "early start." i'm dave briggs. >> i'm christine romans. it is 4:00 a.m. in the east. president trump expressing serious reservations going to canada for the g7he vented priv minister justin trudeau after trump imposed tariffs on steel and aluminum to canada and mexico and the eu. citing national security threats. the president believes the g7 is a distraction from the summit with kim jong-un. >> cnn learning trump and trudeau had a phone call two weeks ago. trump asked how hecan justify
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the taffs. equipped in and said didn't you guys burn down the white house. a reference to the war of 1812. it was british troops, not canadian troops. asked if it was a joke. one source said to a degree, one can take ever what is said as a joke. the impact on canada on workers in the u.s. won't be laughing matter. >> they did try to justify the tariffs arguing the steel and aluminum industries in the united states are so depressed, they could not mount mobilization. even james mattis weighed in. >> will the trade impact have an effect on the security relationship? right now i don't see that. i still think it is premature to
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call it a trade war. as it starts maturing, there is always give and take on these things. along the path, it will be rocky and bumpy. so far, i do not anticipate any effect in the security arena. >> in congress, senator bob corker tells us the president called him and to back off the effort. the president telling corker this would hurt negotiations. corker says he has a duty to push ahead. maybe so, mitch mcconnell telling sirius xm that the president does not need to rein in legislation. the g7 summit tomorrow. larry kudlow says president trump is not backing down from the aggressive trade stance. setting a showdown with u.s.
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allies. >> we will do what is necessary to protect the united states, its businesses and its work force. he has always said and agree tariffs are a tool in that effort. people should recognize how serious he is. >> he is serious. that stance has isolated the united states at the g7. it has been called the g6 plus 1. the united states is alone here. you can expect the first chance for g7 leaders to confront donald trump about the tariffs. it will confront the separate meetings with justin trudeau. last week, metal tariffs unleashed a rebuke on the finance ministers. now the eu making good on the tariff threat.
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$3 billion in u.s. goods starting in july. denim, peanut butter and motorcycles and bourbon. hitting states governed by senior republicans. breaking overnight. a sharp turn from the justice department. a senior official says the doj will offer top lawmakers a chance to review documents to the fbi use of the confidential source of the 2016 campaign. the justice department had resisted providing materials fearing the source's life could be at risk. >> cnn was told some documents will be available, but others went unread. president trump has seized on the confidential source to claim the fbi infiltrated his campaign to spy on it. >> three top republicans now breaking with the president on his unfounded spying claims. last week after an intel briefing, trey gowdy says it did
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what it had to do. and senator richard burr said i think trey gowdy's assessment was correct. and house speaker paul ryan. >> normally i don't like to comment on classified briefing. i think trey gowdy's initial assessment is accurate. we have some more digging to do. we are waiting for more document requests and more document review. >> republicans break with the president at the latest indication he lacks any evidence to back up his claim of a major political scandal. the only republican briefed on the intel who has not broken with the president is devin nunes. he has demanded more documents. president trump's lawyer rudy giuliani furthest r escalag the efforts at the conference in tel aviv, rudy giuliani
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misrepresented the formation and purpose of the mueller team with this claim. >> a group of 13 highly partisan democrats to make up the mueller team, excluding him, are trying very, very hard to frame him. they can't emotionally come to grip was the fact that the russian collusion didn't happen. >> giuliani also said first lady moe melania trump does not believe stormy daniels' claim she had an affair with president trump. >> excuse me. when you look at stormy daniels, i know donald trump and look at his three wives. right? beautiful women. classy women. women of great substance. stormy daniels? the business you were in entitled you to know degree of giving you credibility any
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weight. >> daniels lawyer called the comments disgusting and a disgrace. stormy daniels filing a new lawsuit against keith davidson and michael cohen. she says the two men colluded against her. he hatched a plan to have her appear on fox news over the affair with donald trump. >> the alleged text messages appear to show them coordinati g coordinating. the texts were intended to ensure the nondisclosure agreement she signed was hon honored. lawyers are blasting the lawsuit. and president trump paying a visit to fema headquarters, but not about the staggering death toll of hurricane maria.
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4,600 people killed by the storm. he briefly mentioned puerto rico, but offered no response over the report being reviewed. there was this bizarre claim of coast guard rescues in the texas hurricane harvey rescue. >> i think this year the coast guard maybe in terms of increased branding. the brand of the coast guard has been something incredible. saved 16,000 people. many in texas for whatever reason. people went out in the boats to watch the hurricane. that didn't work out to well. >> there is no evidence the president's claim is true. it did not sit will with first responders. they give credit to hundreds of civilians who used their own boats to rescue neighbors. harris county sheriff telling "the houston chronicle" i'll be
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sure to ask the president to ride out the next hurricane in a jon boat in galveston bay. sarah greenwald and another aides resign. they work for epa chief scott pruitt. >> on wednesday, pruitt appeared to confirm the reports he tried to help his wife open a chick-fil-a franchise. he defended the effort calling the franchise a franchise of faith. despite mounting troubles, the president remains in his corok . we all need more chick-fil-a. >> i can use it right now. 53-year-old alice marie johnson is a free woman. she was granted clemency by president trump. last week, kim kardashian met
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with the president to request a pardon for her. her sentence commuted yesterday. >> i will not waste this second chance in life. i believe that god has given me the second chance so others may one day have a second chance. i have an obligation not only to my family who waited all of these years for me, but obligation to the people who have been left behind. >> under the obama administration, three clemency petitions were denied for johnson. she was heavily involved with the drug cartel, but never charged for it. the president is reviewing dozens of cases over justice department overreach. ahead, the prime minister of japan visits the white house today to lay ground work for the north korea summit next week. we are live in tokyo with the latest. if you have medicare
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4:15. cnn learning u.s. officials are
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laying the ground work in case there is a second day ofsingapo. the summit starts tuesday. now dennis rodman could attend. >> his client is considering traveling to singapore. rodman is not part of anything at the white house. the president will host shinzo abe at the white house today. he is someone who knows the president. he was fired by the president and knows of the north korean leader. that is interesting. >> reporter: dennis rodman, yes. his agent an hhas said we will what happens. the fact he is out there is dubious. i think this needs to be kept as a very serious issue which is
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why prime minister shinzo abe is in washington to meet with president trump at the white house. he has an hour and a half with him. this is the seventh meeting with them. this is a sense of desperation from the japanese to make sure the u.s. is on the same page as japan as far as concerns. japan has been living the story for the last 30 years. they have a healthy dose of cynici cynicism. they watched the nuclear weapons develop. they had north korea threaten to attack japan. abe wants trump to go into the meeting with kim next week with his eyes wide open. there is also a concern that trump is perhaps softening his tone with the north koreans. perhaps full denuclearization will no longer be on the table and he may somehow come up with a compromise which kim gets rid
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of long-range ballistic missiles. the other issue is abductees. at least 17 kidnapped. the japanese want them back. that is an important issue. >> absolutely. anna, thank you. officials in guatemala say the death toll in the eruption of the volcano is now 99. >> reporter: we are just down the road from the hardest hit areas. a town that was wiped out. we were up there early early and there -- earlier and there were houses buried in ash. right now, rescues work workerst
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is too dangerous to go up there. some people are concerned and there are still 200 people missing. they are concerned relatives are among them and no word after 72 hours is causing them to lose hope. dave and christine. >> remarkable. thank you, patrick. ahead, samantha bee back on the air for the first time since using vulgar language about ivanka trump. >> i'm samantha bee. sorry for breaking marry? -- breaking america? >> what she said about the mistake and the broader message next. it may be time for a change. ask your doctor about entyvio, the only biologic developed and approved just for uc and crohn's. entyvio works at the site of inflammation in the gi tract
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a police sergeant and three officers with the mesa police department are on leave after video shows them beating an unarmed man. the police chief tells knxv robert johnson was with a friend who tried to enter an ex-girlfriend's apartment. she called 911. the responding officers were told about a weapon. >> sit down. sit your [ bleep ] down. >> after police found johnson was unarmed, he is seen leaning against the wall and punched several times. he said he lived in the building and not trespassing. the police chief says he is disappointed by the video. the local police union contends it does not include the full context of the encounter. samantha bee on the air for the first time since making a
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vulgar comment about ivanka trump. she addressed it right at the top of the show and crossing the line and delivering a broader message. >> if you are worried about the death of civility, don't sweat it. i'm a comedian. people who hone their voices in basement bars and heckling are not paragons of civility. i'm sorry i said that word. civility is just nice words. maybe we should worry more about the niceness of our actions. >> she saaims for the show to b challenging. she never intended it to hurt anyone except ted cruz. golden state warriors one win away from the nba title. they beat lebron james and the cavaliers 110-102 to go up 3-0 in the series. kevin durant with 43 points. a three-pointer in the final minute to secure the win.
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president trump thinks the upcoming g7 is a waste of time. now a testy phone call with the prime minister of canada is asking him if he knows history or made a bad joke. breaking overnight doj will allow the lawmakers to see more documents on the confidential source. police in arizona facing hard questions for this surveillance video capturing the beating of a suspect. what his lawyer and police are saying now. hard to watch. welcome back to "early start."
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i'm christine romans. >> i'm dave briggs. president trump expressing serious reservations going to canada for the g7 summit. he vented privately about prime minister justin trudeau after trump imposed tariffs on steel and aluminum to canada and mexico and the eu. according to "the post," the president believes the g7 is a distraction with the upcoming summit with kim jong-un. >> cnn learning trump and trudeau had a phone call two weeks ago. trump asked how he can justify tariffs on national security grounds. president trump quipped in and said didn't you guys burn down the white house. a reference to the war of 1812. it was british troops, not canadian troops. asked if it was a joke. one source said to a degree, one can take ever what is said as a joke.
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the impact on canada on workers in the u.s. won't be laughing matter. >> officials declined to comment on the 1812 comment. they did try to justify the tariffs arguing the steel and aluminum industries in the united states are so depressed, they could not mount mobilization. even james mattis weighed in. >> will the trade war have an impact on the security relationship? right now, i don't see that and i city it's still premature to call it a trade war. as it starts maturing, there is always give and take on these things. along the path, it will be rocky and bumpy. so far, i do not anticipate any effect in the security arena. >> in congress, senator bob corker tells us the president called him and to back off the
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effort to curb the president's power on trade. the president telling corker this would hurt negotiations. corker says he has a duty to push ahead. maybe so, mitch mcconnell telling sirius xm that the senate does not need to rein in the president through legislation. breaking overnight. the doj will offer top lawmaker a s a chance to review documents over the confidential source in the 2016 campaign. the justice department resisted fearing the confidential source's life would be at risk. >> president trump has seized on the use of confidential source to claim without evidence that the fbi infiltrated his campaign to spy on it. >> three top republicans now breaking with the president on
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his unfounded spying claims. last week after an intel briefing, trey gowdy says it did what it was supposed to do in the handling of the confidential source. and senator richard burr said i think trey gowdy's assessment was correct. and house speaker paul ryan. >> normally i don't like to comment on classified briefing. i think trey gowdy's initial assessment is accurate. we have some more digging to do. we are waiting for more document requests and more document review. >> republicans break with the president at the latest indication he lacks any evidence to back up his claim of a major political scandal. the only republican briefed on the intel who has not broken with the president is devin nunes. the house intelligence chairman demanded more documents as part of his investigation. president trump's lawyer rudy giuliani further escalating the efforts at the conference in
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tel aviv, rudy giuliani misrepresented the formation and purpose of the mueller team with this claim. >> a group of 13 highly partisan democrats to make up the mueller team, excluding him, are trying very, very hard to frame him. they can't emotionally come to grips with the fact that the russian collusion didn't happen. >> giuliani also said first lady melania trump does not believe stormy daniels' claim she had an affair with president trump. and he took personal shots at daniels' credibility. >> excuse me. when you look at stormy daniels, i know donald trump and look at his three wives. right? beautiful women. classy women. women of great substance. stormy daniels? the business you were in
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entitled you to no degree of giving you credibility any weight. >> daniels lawyer called the comments disgusting and a disgrace. president trump visiting fema headquarters to be briefed on the hurricane season, but not a word from the staggering death toll from hurricane maria. 4,600 killed from the storm. the president gave the federal response a 10 out of 10 rating previously. he did mention puerto rico, but did not offer the u.s. response was being reviewed. praising others for their work. and there was a claim of the coast guard rescue in texas duringharvey. >> i think the coast guard increased branding. the brand of the coast guard has been incredible. saved 16,000 people. many of them in texas for
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whatever reason that is. people went out in their boats to watch the hurricane. that don't work out too well. >> there is no evidence of the claim. the first stoppresponders give t for civilians who used their own boats to save people. harris county sheriff telling "the houston chronicle" i'll be sure to ask the president to ride out the next hurricane in a jon boat in galveston bay. >> that is the best of human nature. >> i don't know where the president was getting that. 63-year-old alice marie johnson is free this morning. the latest granted clemency by president trump. she was sentenced in 1996 on cocaine possession and money laundering charges. last week, kim kardashian met
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with the president in the oval office to request a pardon for her. her sentence commuted yesterday. >> i will not waste this second chance in life. i believe that god has given me the second chance so others may have a second chance. i have an obligation not only to my family who has waited all these years for me, but obligation to the people who have been left behind. >> alice johnson says the first meal after leaving prison was red lobster. the justice department under president obama was denied for johnson. the claims she was involved with the drug cartel, but she was never charged for it. president trump is reviewing dozens of cases. just over 43,000 apprehensions at the mexico border in may. a slight increase from april and march.
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the number of unaccompanied children taken into custody soared to 6,400. the total number of families apparent pre-behind -- appreh d apprehended is not having an immediate deterrent. senate republicans accusing the obama administration of secretly trying to give the iranians access to the u.s. financial system as part of the iran nuclear deal. a report released by the senate republican would allow iran to convert billions of assets into euro. it was trying to side step sanctions. obama officials say republicans are exaggerating to meet the obligations of the nuclear deal for the one-time payment. firing all 25 members of the
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cfpb advisory board. mick mulvaney is looking to fair lending and under served communities. some have criticized mulvaney's leadership. the board was told they were all being replaced. they could not reapply for sporspots on the new board. the democratic senator elizabeth warren writes this is what happens when you put someone in charge of an agency they think shouldn't exist. mulvaney tried abolish it. under leadership, they delayed pay day loan rules. coming up, the prime minister of japan visits the white house today. a critical meeting to lay ground work for the north korea summit next week. we are live in tokyo ahead on "early start."
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cnn learned u.s. officials laying the ground work in case trump and kim jong-un want to hold a second day of meetings in singapore. the summit starts tuesday. now former nba star dennis rodman who made five visits to north korea could be inserting himself. >> his agent says his client is
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considering traveling to singapore. rodman is not part of anything the white house is doing at the summ summit. the president hosts shinzo abe at the white house this morning. we have anna coren with the latest on the story. >> reporter: shinzo abe will meet with the president at the white house. this is the seventh meeting and a real act of desperation on the part of the japanese. they want to take their concerns to the summit on tuesday in singapo singapore. they have lived this story the last 30 years. they watched north koreans develop the nuclear weapons. they watched missiles fly over and land in waters. they had north korea threaten to attack japan. a real healthy dose of cynicism with the north koreans.
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no doubt, prime minister abe will say be careful. you have to go into the meeting with your eyes wide open. there is a concern that the u.s. is somewhat softening its tone in dealing with the north koreans. japan wants the commitment of full denuclearization on the korean peninsula. they feel trump may somewhat come up with a compromise with kim jong-un. the other major issue is the abductees. there were a number of japanese nationals kidnapped from japan and taken to north korea to teach their spies how to speak japanese and behave like the japanese. the north koreans admitted to taking 13. the japanese say there are 17 if n not more. abe will ask trump to make the plea. >> thank you. anna, thank you. the state department reports
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medical screening of personnel in china are reporting incident similar to those experienced in cuba. a number of people sent back to the u.s. for further evaluation. this came after a u.s. government employee in china became ill reporting abnormal sound and pressure that resulted in a minor brain injury. the death toll in the eruption of the fuego volcano is 99 in guatemala. people are looking for missing loved ones. cnn's patrick oppmann in guatemala with the latest. >> reporter: dave and christine, we are down the road from the hardest hit areas. we were up in the town earlier and there were houses buried in ash. right now, officials say it is too dangerous to go up there. an explosion could take place
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any moment. we have seen people coming down with their belongings. even some of the pets. other people say they are concerned and there are still 200 people missing. they are concerned relatives are among them and no word after 72 hours is causing them to lose hope. dave and christine. >> thank you, patrick. the cost of your summer airfare is about to go up. how much and why? that's next.
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welcome back. samantha bee back on the air wednesday night for the first time since making a vulgar comment about ivanka trump. she addressed it right at the top of the show "full frontal." apologizing again for crossing a line, but delivering a broader message. >> if you are worried about the death of civility, don't sweat it. i'm a comedian. people who hone their voices in basement bars and yelling back at drunk hecklers are not paragons of civility. i'm sorry i said that word. you know what? civility is just nice words. maybe we should all worry a little more about the niceness of our actions. >> she aims for the show to be challenging. she never intended it to hurt anyone. quote except ted cruz. several players on the eagles address the canceled
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white house visit. safety malcolm jenkins delivered a powerful response to the super bowl champs being disinvited without saying a word. >> i think he will answer without words. >> malcolm. >> are you surprised you decided not to go to the white house? >> instead, jenkins held up handwritten signs that said, "people aren't listening." pointing to the treatment of minorities in the justice system and pointing to colin kaepernick and chris long who gave money to the initiatives. a police sergeant and three officers with the mesa police department on leave after this video shows them beating an unarmed man.
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the police chief tells knxv robert johnson was with a friend who tried to enter an ex-girlfriend's apartment. she called 911. the responding officers were told about a possible weapon. >> get down. sit your [ bleep ] down. [ bleep ]. >> after police found johnson was unarmed, he is seen leaning against the wall surrounded by officers and punched multiple times. johns johnson's lawyer says he lives in the building and not trespassi trespassing. the local police union contends it does not include the full context of the uncounter. in wise -- encounter. in hawaii, the surrounding areas of kilauea may be affected and a lava flow obliterates the green lake within minutes.
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it has been more than a month since lava began the slow destructive path. golden state warriors are one win away from the second straight nba title in the third in the last four years. they beat lebron james and the cavaliers to go up 3-1 in the series. kevin durant led with 43 points. a career playoff high. including that dagger in the final minute to secure the win. golden state can sweep the cavs and win the title friday night in cleveland. you see lebron james with a triple-double. cnn money. the london stock exchange opening an hour late today. and escalating trade tensions brought the dow up above 25,000.
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the nasdaq hit the third straight record close. speaking of trade. the u.s. trade deficit fell to 2.1%. imports fell and exports hit a record high lifted by oil and soybeans. elon musk promised the model 3 is back on track. the shares are still down 9% from a year ago. tesla has consistently missed the production deadlines for the model 3. he admitted tesla made a lot of mistakes and is addressing them. it will likely reach the production goal by the end of the month. global oil prices are up 12% this year putting pressure on airline profits. carriers will warn they will hike ticket prices. experts say airlines will probably boost base fares by $10
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or add a few sur chcharge to th ticket price. competition is fierce in the summer travel season. that could limit extreme price hikes. "early start" continues right now. president trump thinks the up co upcoming g7 is a waste of time. now a testy phone call with the prime minister of canada is asking him if he knows history or made a bad joke. breaking overnight, the justice department will allow lawmakers to see more documents why the confidential source during the campaign. one says the life of the source could be on the line. sit down. sit your [ bleep ] down. >> and police in arizona facing hard questions after the surveillance video captured the beating of the suspect. what his lawyer and police are saying now.
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good morning. welcome to "early start." i'm christine romans. >> i'm dave briggs. it is 5:00 a.m. in the east. president trump expressing serious reservations going to canada for the g7 summit. "the washington post" reports that the president is venting over private conversation with prime minister justin trudeau. after trump imposed tariffs on steel and aluminum to canada and mexico and the eu. citing national security threats. the president believes the g7 is a distraction from the summit with kim jong-un. >> cnn learning trump and trudeau had a phone call two weeks ago. this over the new tariffs. trudeau asked how he can justify the tariffs over national security grounds. he quipped in and said didn't you guys burn down the white house. a reference to the war of 1812. it was british troops, not canadian top

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