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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 troops. asked if it was a joke.
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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. >> one senior official did not comment on the 1812 statement. 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. new american jobs are added in the wake of the immediate tariffs. one company adding positions it to restart furnaces. james mattis weighed in on these statements. >> 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 call it a trade war. as it starts maturing, there is always give and take on these
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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 to curb the 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 on legislation. the g7 summit tomorrow. a meeting of the world's largest economies. larry kudlow says president trump is not backing down from the aggressive trade stance. setting a showdown with u.s. allies. >> we will do what is necessary to protect the united states, its businesses and its work
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force. he has always said and i agree tariffs are a tool in that effort. people should recognize how serious he is. >> kudlow says the trading system is broken and the united states will fix it. this is the first chance to address the steel and aluminum tariffs. this will set the meeting with macron and trudeau. canada and mexico hit back with tariffs on their own and now the eu targeting $3 billion in tariffs with denim and peanut butter and motorcycle and
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bourbon. hitting states governed by senior administration. this hits right into trump country for retaliation. >> this is an interesting weekend at the g7. let's talk about it with julian ze zel zelizer. we love our breaking news ban r banners, but it is no surprise the president doesn't know a lot about the war of 1812 or who burned down the white house. if it were true or a bad joke or not, the relationship with the president and some closest allies. >> they are tense and they are strained. we are in an arena where it doesn't seem the president has a good feel for why our allies are our allies and the value. that is why this statement whether a joke or mistake, gets into something bigger about what the presidency is doing to our relations with the world. >> no question the u.s. is like
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the skunk in the garden party next week for the g7. he will not be celebrated. you have a split screen of the president isolated and people who share our view of the democracy. smiling pictures of him with the russian ambassador in the white house and potentially smiling in a picture with kim jong-un. he will have a better rerepresentatireception with the dictator? >> it is better to be an adversary than ally. in the end, success working out some coinkind of agreement with adversary or other part of the world, working on some military operation depends on alliances. we have seen this again and again since world war ii. they go into new areas and give us strength. this is high risk here and it
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may undercut some deal with north korea. >> he is determined on the trade stuff. what i hear from inside the white house, he is determined and our allies should know he wi will go forward with the tariffs. >> it is more than campaign rhetoric. this time he is not backing away. we are seeing responses. some responses are going into republican territory. there will be a political story. republicans are looking at the midterms. if this hurts them, there may be blowback. >> you are seeing rare push back about the president's notion of spygate. of the notion a spy and implanted in the campaign. trey gowdy says it was correct. and paul ryan with a little push back said this. >> normally i don't like to comment on classified briefings. i think chairman gowdy's initial assessment is accurate.
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i think we have more digging to do. we are waiting for more document requests. we have more documents to review. >> richard burr, senator from north carolina, added trey gowdy description of the process was correct. not exactly "profiles in courage" but pushing back. >> some and little are the key words in everything you said. this is the bar which is so low. he just threw an accusation out there. republicans heard the evidence and did not hear anything to support it. a few republicans, one who is leaving, one who is retiring, say there is no evidence to support this. that is it. this was a big accusation the president made. it is surprising we only heard from a few republicans at this point. >> and he throws these things out there. evidence doesn't matter. it takes hold. 30% or 40% of the country believes it. >> correction in the newspaper. it comes after the story was
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read. >> we want to hear about the tone of the economy. i heard mick mulvaney everyone who wants a job has one. we hear about the economy. we do hear about it. the economy is strong. is there a risk with everyone who wants a job has one? this president won by voicing the frustration of people under employed and left behind? >> trump's argument is when the economy is doing well, a lot of people are suffering. he is ignoring his argument. for a lot of his supporters, they will stand by him regardless of how they are feeling economically. >> why? >> they love him. they passionate about who he is as a leader. they are passionate about the arguments he makes on social and culture issues. they are angry about a lot of the rest of the country and the rest of the politics. they are willing to put aside feelings of their pocketbook and move forward with the republican
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ticket. >> i want to ask about surprising comments from joe manchin in 30 minutes. he may be open to supporting trump in 2020. we will see you in 20 minutes. the president paying a visit to fema for a briefing on the hurricane season. not a word of the new death toll from hurricane maria. 4,600 people killed by the storm. the president briefly mentioned puerto rico, but offered no indication the u.s. response was being reviewed. instead praising fema and other officials for work. there was a bizarre claim about coast guard rescues in texas during hurricane harvey. >> i think this year the coast guard maybe in terms of increased branding. the brand of the coast guard has been incredible. saved 16,000 people. many of them in texas for whatever reason. people went out in their boats to watch the hurricane. that did not work out too well. >> to be clear, no evidence of
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the president's claim. it did not sit well with first responders. they give credit to hundreds of civilians who used their own boats to rescue neighbors. the sheriff telling "the houston c chronicle," i'll be sure to invite the president to ride out the next hurricane in a jon boat. and two top aides to scott pruitt resign. pruitt came under scrutiny for approvals of raises. and pruitt appeared to confirm he tried to help his wife open a chick-fil-a franchise. he called the franchise of faith and saying we need more of them. despite mounting troubles for pruitt, the president remains in his corner and saying the people
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remain happy of the job he is doing. and alice marie johnson granted clemency by president trump. she was sentenced in 1996 on cocaine possession and money laundering charges. last week, kim kardashian went to the oval office to request a clemency reque clemency. >> i believe god has given me the second chance so others may have a second chance. i have an obligation 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. under the obama administration, three clemency petitions were denied. cnn has learned president trump is eyeing pardons for dozens of people with some of the cases
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minister is focusing on ahead of the summit? >> reporter: dave, japan wants to be on the same page as the united states. that is what they are saying publicly and claiming supportive of the donald trump policy. behind closed doors, it is a different story. prime minister abe will meet with president trump at the white house midday. he will hold a one-on-one meeting in a working lunch that will go for an hour and a half and take questions at a press conference. two questions for both leaders. he will be reiterating japan's concerns when it comes to security. japan has been living with this story for the last 30 years. they watched north korea develop nuclear weapons program and had the missile tests fly over the japanese territory and land in the japanese waters and threatened war against japan. abe will say go into the meeting with your eyes wide open and know who you are getting into
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bed with, so to speak. this is someone japan does not trust. there is a healthy sense of cynicism when it comes with dealing with north korea. the other issue, dave, the issue of abductees. the 17 japanese nationals kidnapped and taken to north korea to teach their spies how to teach japanese and behave like japanese. it something from a spy novel, but the prime minister of japan says is important. he wants donald trump to bring that up when he meets with kim jong-un next week. >> we get two questions from the prime minister and president today. anna, thank you. the state department reports medical screening of u.s. personnel in china reveals possible cases of incidents similar to the sonic attacks experienced by embassy workers in cuba. a number of people have been sent back to the u.s. for further evaluation.
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and the third title in four years friday night in game four. philadelphia eagles back to work yesterday resuming off season team activities. several players dressing the canceled white house visit and safety malcolm jenkins to deliver his messages with signs as the post is saying anything. he held up signs saying "people aren't listening." more on how colin kaepernick and his teammate chris long donated to charity. president trump disinvited the eagles a day before the event was to be held. the white house accusing the eagles of a political stunt by notifying the white house at the last minute only a small contingent of players would attend. guys, we had a crew in the eagles locker room and asked if it was a political stunt. all of the people we spoke to denied that and saying they were concentrating on football. >> the last report had one eagle.
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one going to the white house. it did look like they were going to embarrass the president whether they intended to or not. i hope we focus on why they are protesting. andy scholes, thank you. >> they are not protesting the military. this is not about the military. that has been branded that way by the white house. the g7 summit testing the president's ego and patience. he thinks it is upstaging the north korea summit and he thinks sitting with leaders who disagree with him is a waste of time.
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president trump thinks the upcoming g7 is a waste of time and distraction from the north korea summit. now a testy phone call with the canada leader asking the president if he knows history or
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making a bad joke. and breaking news. more dock uuments related to th confidential source during the campaign. a major concession from the doj. sit down. sit your [ bleep ] down. >> and police in arizona facing hard questions after the surveillance video captured t peting of a suspect. -- beating of a suspect. welcome back to "early start." i'm dave briggs. >> i'm christine romans. 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 washington
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po post," the president believes this is just a distranction fro the summit with kim jong-un. 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 he can justify the tariffs. 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 troops. which set fire to the white house in 1814. 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. >> a senior official declined to comment on the 1812 statement. 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. american jobs are added in the immediate wake of the tariffs.
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one u.s. company adding hundreds of positions. one in illinois. defense secretary james mattis weighed in on trade concerns. >> 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 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 efforts to curb the president's hour on trade. -- power on trade.
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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. >> let's bring back julian zelizer. we mentioned the plant in illinois. earlier this year because of the announcement on trade, they said they would add 500 jobs. yesterday, we heard they will start the second facility. that is now 800 workers. that is a win for the president. that is what he cares about. he is more interested in that publicity win than wrecking a relationship with some of our biggest allies. >> it may not be representative of the big picture or tell you what it will do for jobs, meaning tariffs and trade war. it is a great example. it is not only a win, but something he can tweet about and go to a rally and give an exa
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examplexa examp example. they are not interested in macro economics, but stories. >> from the 1812 joke to justin trudeau. didn't you guys burn down the white house. okay. not breaking news to say the president is not extremely familiar with the united states history. >> we could not get a hold of dolly madison for comment, by the way. >> you know you could teach a few things to the president about history. what is the issue over a joke like that and the g6 plus 1? >> it is one more reason why relations with allies are strained. allies are already angry about tariffs and it shows a lack of knowledge and sensitivity about the countries we worked with for decades to preserve some kind of international stability. that is why something like this is more than a misstatement for many people. it is symbolic of the presidency. >> canadians say you talk about
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the national security threat. if you need a world war type mobilization, we are there with you. they don't understand this go it alone. this america first and america alone. >> that is right. they are frustrated. they are watching the president go and make a deal with north korea and that is why this g7 summit is fraught with tension. >> i want to ask you something about joe manchin that raised a few eyebrows and references 2020. would he support president trump. he told politico, i'm open to supporting the person who i think is best for my country and my state. if his policies are best, i'll be right there. right there supporting president trump. a democrat senator. he is up for re-election. he wants to assure the folks in west virginia it will work with both sides. what does this is a abosay abou
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democratic party? >> democrats should listen carefully. this was unthinkable a year ago. if some democrats are suggesting they may support the president, they may stand by the president, it means there are signs looking at 2020 that president trump standing is a lot stronger than some democrats think. that is a big statement coming from him. although it is about his re-election. >> sure. one thing that will be out there for months, if not years. >> let's talk about paul ryan. house speaker stepping out and agreeing with trey gowdy who said from what he had seen that the doj had been appropriate with the confidential source. listen to what the speaker said yesterday. >> normally i don't like to comment on classified briefings. let me say it this way. i think chairman gowdy's initial assessment is accurate.
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i think we have more digging to do. we have more documents to review. >> a break with top republicans and the president on this idea of a spy placed inside the campaign. >> tiny break. it comes after the story took on a life of its own. spygate is a term. it is out there. many republicans are not saying anything about it or you have a handful saying no evidence to support it. the damage is done. he launched this tirade. he put the argument and conspiracy theory out there. i'm not sure what effect it will have at this point. >> conspiracy theories have been effective because they have an outlet that pushes them. whether spygate or any notion the president pushed recently. ralph peters who left fox news recently was on cnn last night talking about the effectiveness of the propaganda. listen. >> i am convinced that vladimir putin has a grip on president trump.
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anderson, when i first lelearne steel dossier, that rang to me because that is something the russians would do. donald trump was the perfect person for russian intelligence. no self control or a self of entitleme entitlement. that is made to order for russian intelligence. >> ralph peters involved with the military and protecting this country. he blasted president obama for eight years. this is no liberal. what does it mean he is saying that? >> it shows that within fox network there is a realization about how some of the hosts are using the network to support the president rather than cover the president or analyze the president. i always thought that president trump has two things that richard nixon never had.
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twitter. he can reach followers directly. he has a conservative media universe to support his arguments regardless what the rest of the country is seeing. >> what if nixon had authorize those -- had those things? >> that is important. this will explain some of his political standing and enduran e endurance. >> we laid the ground work for your next book. julian zelizer, thank you. president trump's lawyer rudy giuliani further escalating efforts to discredit the robert mueller investigation. at the conference in tel aviv, giuliani misrepresented the formation and the purpose of the mueller team with this bold claim. >> a group of 13 highly partisan democrats that make up the mueller team, excluding him, are trying very, very hard to frame him. they can't emotionally come to
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grips with the fact the whole thing of russian collusion did not happen. >> giuliani said first lady melania trump doesn't believe the stormy daniels claim she had an affair with the president. he took personal shots at daniels' credibility. >> excuse me. when you look at stormy daniels -- i know donald trump. look at his three wives. right? beautiful women. classy women. women of great substance. stormy daniels? the business you are in entitles you to no degree offi giving yo credibility any weight. >> daniels lawyer called the comments disgusting and a d disgra disgrace. the cost of your summer airfare about to go up. how much and why? next.
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"new day" is 15 minutes away. alisyn camerota joining us. alisyn, you will have a tough time topping the commander of cheese from yesterday's edition of "new day." i'm impressed. john berman did not crack a smile when kellyanne conway dropped that. >> john is serious about cheese. he doesn't joke about that. number two, how do i get to be commander of cheese. finally something i'm qualified for. do you have the sound? >> i think we have it. >> play it. >> just so we're clear, the problem with the president and the commander of cheese. >> that's awesome. that's some gouda humor. >> gouda. there's a t-shirt for sale.
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make america grate again. g-r-a-t-e. kellyanne can, i'm sure, laugh about this? >> of course. cheese is funny. everybody loves cheese. >> mike huckabee tweeted about it and had a bit of fun with it. we will see if the white house can do the same. what else? >> i don't have time. i don't have time to tell you about the news because we are drinking from a fire hose this morning. honestly, there are like 30 leads we have. not one. so much has happened since yesterday in terms of foreign affairs, alliances built and broken, all sorts of things giuliani has said. what sarah huckabee sanders said last night. we have gehave squeezed it all e hours for you. we will touch on the entire
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firehou firehouse. >> every news day is a week. >> all right. >> it is making me age. >> like a fine, fine cheese. i don't know. let's get a check on "cnn money." mick mulvaney taking a swipe at the consumer watch dog. firing all members of the advisory board. the group of academics and executives. it helps the cfpb shape policy on under served communities and lending. some members have been critical of mulvaney's leadership. the board was told it was being replaced. nobody is being fired, but elizabeth warren says this is what happens when you put someone in charge of an agency they believe doesn't need to exist. what trade war? global stocks higher. a glitch delayed the london
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stock exchange. it opened an hour later. wall street ignored the trade tensions. dow back above 25,000. nasdaq with three straight record highs in a row. speaking of trade, the u.s. trade deficit fell to a seven-month low. imports fell. exports hit a record high lifted by increase in oil and soybeans. tesla stock up 10% after elon musk said model 3 production is back on track. shares are still down 9% from a year ago. tesla has missed production deadlines for the car. musk admitted tesla has made a lot of mistakes, but will likely reach the goal by the end of the month. are you flying this summer? rising fuel prices mean you will pay more. global oil up 12% putting pressure on airlines. carriers warn they will hike
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the state department reports possible new case of acoustic incidents after the attacks experienced by em about embassy in cuba. the screenings came after a government employee in china became ill after abnormal sensation of sound and pressure resulting in a minor brain injury. the death rotoll in the eruption of the fuego volcano up to 99. we have cnn's patrick oppmann in guatemala with the latest. >> reporter: dave and christine, we are down the road from the town that was basically wiped out. we were up there earlier and there are houses buried in ash.
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officials say they cannot go up there because it is too dangerous. we have seen people coming down with belongings and pets. other people say they are concerned and 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. several players on the eagles an addressiddressing the white house visit. malcolm jenkins delivered >> what are you listening to? >> instead, jenkins held up
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handwritten signs that said people aren't listening, pointing to the treatment of minorities, the criminal justice system and many more. officers on administrative leave showing them beating an unarmed men. robert johnson was with a friend who tried to enter an ex-girlfriend's apartment. she called 911. responding officers were told about a possible weapon. >> get down. sit down. sit your [ bleep ] down. >> police found johnson was unarmed. he is seen leaning against a wall before he is punched multiple times. johnson's attorney says he lives in the building and was not trespassing. the officers involved are under internal investigation. the police chief said he is disappointed by the video.
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the local police union contends it does not contain the full context of the encounter. samantha bee back on air for the first time after making a comment about ivanka trump. she addressed it at the beginning of the show full frontal. >> i'm a kphaoed be yann. people who hone their voices in basement bars are definitely not paragons of civility. i am. i'm really sorry that i said that word. you know, what civility is just nice words. maybe we should all worry a little bit more about the niceness of our actions. >> sphopb that bee says she wants her show to be challenging and honest and never wanted her remarks to hurt anyone, except ted cruz. warriors beat lebron james and the cavaliers 110-102 to go up to 3-0 in the nba finals.
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kevin durant led the way. 43 points for golden state, including that dagger in the final minute. that secured the victory. gold senn state can complete the seep. game 4 friday night in cleveland tonight. washington, d.c. could be united on something. the stanley cup final on the line. and the caps can could win their first ever. >> all right. thanks for joining us. tomorrow is friday. i'm christine romans. >> i'm dave briggs. "new day" starts right now. we'll see you tomorrow. these tariffs are totally unacceptableable. >> there may be disagreements much like a family quarrel. >> the g 7 is now g 6 versus 1. because the others are aligned against the united states. >> the fbi did exactly what my fellow citizens would want them to do. it has nothing to do with the president trump. >> the president feels strongly about this. and i think he has real

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