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♪ . they call it zero tolerance. but a better name for it is zero humanity. >> democrat lawmakers point the finger at the trump administration after the first hand look at immigration centers near the u.s./mexico border. the trump administration fires back blaming democrats and media insisting there is no policy separating migrant families at the border. breaking overnight. deadly earthquake in japan kills at least three people and injuried dozen -- injured a
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dozen more. could an earthquake in mexico cause problems for the world cup match? i'm dave briggs. >> i'm christine romans. it is 4:00 a.m. in the east. lawmakers are set to vote on two immigration bills and the white house is trying to deflect the growing out rain rage of the ze tolerance policy. here is why, the president tweeting over the weekend, democrats can fix their forced family break up at the border by working with republicans on new legislation for a change. this is why we need more republicans elected in november. democrats are good at high taxes, high crime and obstruction. sad. >> the president adding the democrats should get together with the republican counterparts and work something out on border security and safety.
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don't wait until after the election because you are going on to lose. some chose father's day for the tour of the southern texas border and detention centers and got a first hand look at the zero tolerance policy.we have m in texas. >> reporter: dave and christine, this is the stop on the father's day tour of the facilities. they wanted to highlight the immigration policy i mplemented by donald trump. after they saw the facility, they said this is zero humanity. >> there is no longer to the policy. the administration is arguing by inflicting this harm on children and parents, this stress, they are sending the message for people not to seek asylum in the united states. it is completely unacceptable under anymo moral code to infli
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trauma on them in order to send some political message to adults somewhe somewhere overseas. the president argues this giving him political leverage. hurting kids to get political leverage is unacceptable. it is evil. >> reporter: one of the democratic lawmakers on the tour was pete welsh of vermont. he says there has been 2,000 children separated from families over the course of the last six weeks. i asked if he heard of any plans to reunite children with parents. he said right now there is uncertainty. dave and christine. >> nick there in texas. homeland secretary kirstjen nielsen taking to twitter accusing the press and members of congress of quote irresponsible and unproductive
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reporting. she falsely claims we do not have a policy of separating families at the border. she goes on to say there is no reason to illegally cross between ports of entry for anyone. >> cnn has a first hand look at the processing sender in texas. inside a cold and dark scene. families are brought by a facility and separated by gender. dianne gallagher has more from texas. >> reporter: dave and christine, this is the rio grande valley processing center. they have a greater intake here than any other on the border in texas. at this point, more families have been separated leaving this facility than any other since the zero tolerance policy went into effect last month. 1,774 children left the facility separated from parents. that is why senators merkley and
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other members of the house came to tour this facility. we did the same. i went inside and i'll be frank with you. it is a de facto prison. it is a holder area. it is a pen. you have the 12-foot change linked pens holding families. if it is a father, it is a large pen. there are 600 unaccompanied minors held in the facility. that number changes all the time. they are moving people in and out. this is a processing facility. they are supposed to be here for 72 hours. some of the people i talked to in here, they were here for four or five days. thats does vary. when i talked to border patrol, they said the zero tolerance policy is requiring more paper work because of prosecution. things we were not doing before. there is more paper work.
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it is creating a little bit of a lag. we have people, but we're strained. the senators who came here, they went to another fa secility in texas. dave and christine, they hope this political pressure, describing what is happening here, will put pressure on the president and he will rescind the policy. >> dianne gallagher, thank you. the president says this is a democrat policy and the democrats have to fix it. the first lady is entering the immigration debate. melania trump's spokeswoman says she hates to see children separated from the families. we need to be a country of laws, but govern with heart. she is hopeful both sides of the aisle will come together to achieve reform. laura bush lashing out for the trump administration for separating children. rare for the first lady to
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criticize the ofce. in the washington post, she writes, quote, i live in a border sta i appreciate the need to enforce and protect our international borders, boundary, but this is cruel and immoral and it breaks my heart. >> kellyanne conway claims nobody in the white house likes the policy of separating migrant children from parents. but the trump administration is using the practice to force democrats to the table on border security. >> as a mother, as a catholic, as somebody who has a conscious and would not say the junk that somebody said apparently allegedly. i would tell you nobody likes this policy. congress has to act. >> he can end it on his own. >> chuck, congress passed a law it is a crime. this is a congressional law from many years ago. it is a crime to enter this country illegally.
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if they don't like that law, they should change it. >> separating migrant families is a policy announced by the trump administration this spring. the white house cannot identify any law that requires the separation of children from their parents once they enter the country illegally. tragic highway crash not far from the u.s./mexico border. the sheriff says u.s. border patrol was chasing a vehicle at 100 mi an hour and flipped. the vehicle was packed with undocumented iimmigrants. four people died at the scene. a fifth died in san antonio. global stocks falling overnight as u.s. and china inch c closer to trade war. china tariffs are back on for stealing tech and u.s. trade secrets. a plan to slap $25 billion on
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exports. xi jinping's made in china 2025 initiative with aerospace and robotics and manufacturing and cars. they accused the u.s. of launching a trade war. they are targeting soybeans and crude oil. it is hitting states that support trump. it could cost farmser farmers. american chip makers will be hurt by the tariffs. u.s. companies send finished chips for testing. tariffs hurt companies that do big business in china like boeing and cat eerpillarcaterpi. it expects to make $1 trillion in china over the next 20 years. and an earthquake during
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rush hour with deadly results. we will have details next.
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welcome back. 13 minutes past the hour. three people are dead and 70 injured after a 5.3 magnitude earthquakeosaka, japan last night. we are getting reports of travel delays in the region with train service suspended across osaka. the fbi agent removed from the russia probe for anti-trump text is willing to testify before congress. on friday, the house judiciary committee propcessed a subpoena to compel peter strzok to testi testify. the subpoena is not necessary. strzok who president trump calling on trwitter a sick lose will testify. and roger stone tells cnn he met with a russian national in
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may of 2016 and offered damaging information on hillary clinton in exchange for $2 million. he now claims the meeting was part of ager effort by law enforcement to set up the trump campaign. both accusing the russian national of being an fbi informant. stone has denied contact in the past and said no information was exchanged and the offer was turned down. rudy giuliani says president trump will not issue any pardons during the russia investigation. he is not ruling out the possibility once the investigation is over. here is what giuliani told jake tapper. >> the president has issued no pardons in the investigation. the president is not going to issue pardons in the investigation. he retains his pardoning power. he can pardon in his judgment based on the justice department counsel's office.
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not me. >> giuliani continues to insist the russia investigation is compromised. he said produardons could be usf someone was treated unfairly. president trump defending decision to suspend joint military exercises with south korea after the singapore summit. he said they were costly and provocative. he calls them war games. how is that playing out in south korea? we have nic robertson with the latest. nic, the defensive drills are meant to show the american and south koreans are ready for combat in that region. the president calls them war games. how is that playing in seoul now? >> reporter: you know, there have been a lot of questions asked of the military here. there were rumors over the weekend that there was perhaps some new north/south korean
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agreement on the pull back of possible heavy weapons around the dmz and border area. that the mary here says is not true. there is push back on the rumors there will be agreement with the south korea and united states on the joint military exercises. the word in south korea here, official word, there is no deal yet. this is something they don't want to speculate or comment about at the moment. they are not saying if the deal can be reached by the end of the week. what we are hearing and south korean foreign minister spoke to mike pompeo last night. they spoke for about 20 minutes. we understand to make sure that the communication and coordination is going well to appraise each other of the steps taken since the summit last week and also on the south korean
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side to reiterate they want to remain engaged in a stepy step process with the united states on the decisions it makes which affects south korea. are hearing no agreement on the stopping of the joint military exercises. the expectation that is going to happen. south korea sending the deputy foreign minister to washington this week. christine. >> nic, thank you. in seoul this morning. thank you. so many interviews with the president over that. you wonder the language. where did he get the language? no one in the administration calls them provocative war games. no one. >> he said friday this is my term. this is what the north koreans call it and adversaries. he said no, i made it up. ahead, a history making win at the united states open. something we have not seen in nearly three decades. history next.
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they call it zero tolerance. but a better name for it is zero humanity. >> weekend of advocacy for democratic lawmakers as they point the finger at the trump administration after the first hand look at the immigration centers near the u.s./mexico border. the trump administration fires back blaming democrats and media insisting there is no policy separating migrant families at the border. breaking overnight. deadly earthquake in japan kills at least three people and injured a dozen more. will -- welcome back to "early start." i'm christine romans. >> i'm dave briggs. two first ladies weighing in on
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immigration. republicans are set to vote on two immigration bills as they argue over the zero tolerance policy. administration critics accuse the president of separating migrant children from families for political leverage. here is wh the president tweeting democrats can fix the forced family break ups by legislating change. democrats are only good for three things. taxes, high crime and obstruction. sad. >> the president adding the democrats should get together with the republican counterparts and work something out on border security and safety. don't wait until after the electi because you are going on to lose. some chose father's day for the tour of the southern texas border and detention centers and got a first hand look at the zero tolerance policy. we have more from nick valencia in brownsville, texas.>> report,
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this is the stop on the father's tour of the faties. their intention was to highlight the immigration policy currently implemented by president trump. after they saw the facility, they said this is zero humanity. >> there is zero logic to the policy. the administration is arguing by inflicting this harm on children and parents, this stress, they are sending the message for people not to seek asylum in the united states. it is completely unacceptable under any moral code to inflict trauma on them in order to send some political message to adults somewhere overseas.
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the president argues this is giving him political leverage. hurting kids to get political leverage is unacceptable. it is evil. >> reporter: one of the democratic lawmakers on was pete welsh of vermont. he says there has been 2,000 children separated from families over the course of the last six weeks. i asked if he heard of any plans to reunite children with parents. he said right now there is uncertainty. dave and christine. >> nick there in texas. homeland secretary kirstjen nielsen taking to twitter accusing the press and members of congress of quote irresponsible and unproductive reporting. she falsely claims we do not have a policy of separating families at the border. she goes on to say there is no reason to illegally cross between ports of entry for anyone seeking asylum.
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remember, the president says it is the democrats' licy. the president admitting there is a policy. he admits it is a democratic policy. she said there is no policy. thes not speaking with clarity. >> cnn has a first hand look inside the immigrant processing center in families brought through a warehouse facility separated by gender. inside a cold and dark scene. families are brought by a facility and separated by gender. dianne gallagher has more from texas. >> reporter: dave and christine, this is the rio grande valley processing center. they have a greater intake here than any other on the border in texas. at this point, more families have been separated leaving this facility than any other since the zero tolerance policy went into effect last month. 1,774 children left the facility separated from parents. that is why senators merkley and
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other members of the house came to tour this facility. we did the same. i went inside and i'll be frank with you. it is a de facto prison. it is a holding area. it is a pen. you have the 12-foot change linked pens holding families. if it is a father, it is a large pen. if it is a mother, they are in a different large pen. there are almost 600 unaccompanied minors held in the facility at this point. that number changes all the time. they are moving people in and out. this is a processing facility. they are supposed to be here for 72 hours. some of the people i talked to in here, they were here for four ore days. that does vary. when i talked to border patrol, they said the zero tolerance policy is requiring more paper work because of prosecution. things we were not doing before. there is more paper work.
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it is creating a little bit of a lag. we have people, but we're strained. the senators who came here, they went to another facility in texas. dave and christine, they hope this political pressure, describing what is happening here, will put pressure on the president and he will rescind the policy. >> dianne gallagher, thank you. the first lady entering the debate. melania trump's spokesperson says mrs. trump hates to see children separated from families. she believes we need to be a country that follows laws, but a country that governs with heart. she is hopeful both sides of the aisle will come together to achieve successful immigration reform. >> laura bush is lashing out at the trump administration for separating chairman. it is rare for the form -- separating chairman. it is rare for the former first
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lady to speak out. she writes i live in aorder state. i appreciate the need to protect our international boundaries, but this is cruel and immoral and it by heart. >> kellyanne conway claims nobody in the white house likes the policy of separating migrant children from parents. but the trump administration is using the practice to force democrats to the table on border security. >> as a mother, as a catholic, as somebody who has a conscience and would not say the junk that somebody said apparently allegedly. i would tell you nobody likes this policy. congress has to act. >> he can end it on his own. >> chuck, congress passed a law it is a crime. this is a congressional law from many years ago. it is a crime to enter this country illegally. if they don't like that law, they should change it. >> separating migrant families
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is a policy announced by the trump administration this spring. the white house cannot identify any law that requires the separation of children from their parents once they enter the country illegally. tragic highway crash not far from the u.s./mexico border. the sheriff says u.s. border patrol was chasing a vehicle at 100 miles an hour and ran off the road and flipped several times. the vehicle was packed with undocumented immigrants. four people died at the scene. a fifth died in san antonio. businesses bracing for pain with the trade fight with china. u.s. hit with tariffs after the president announced a 25% tariff on $50 billion of chinese exports. how will businesses react? cnn's matt rivers is in beijing this morning. good morning, matt. >> reporter: good morning, dave. businesses we are speaking to in china are looking at this round of tariffs from the united
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states and china and basically looking at it an inevitable. july 6th is a couple of weeks away. that will give both sides a chance to negotiate the way out of this issue. there are no signs that either side is backing down. look no further there are no formal trade negotiations. there were three previous rounds that did not accomplish much given this is where we are right now. over the weekend, chinese state media lit into the trump administration in the way we don't see. in a comment in the state-run newspaper, calling the trump administration rude and selfish and head strong. there were no negotiations and the chinese state media is not backing down. nothing gets printed without the state's say so. the big fear is what happens after this. does this swirl into the never ending back and forth? dave, the odds of that happening
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have never been higher. >> looks like on. ma rivers in beijing. thank you. the biggest watch dog may have a permanent chief. president trump plans to nominate kathy kraninge rerksr. president white house says kraninger will bring fresh perspective of the agency plagued by spending. its agenda is to watch out for you, the consumer. she works under mulvaney as head of the cfpb. he has pay day loan rules and weakened a division protecting fair lending and student borrows. he has accused the agency of overreach. he tried to abolish this agency.
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the fbi agent removed from the russia probe for anti-trump texts is willing to testify before congress. on friday, the house judiciary committee started processing a subpoena to compel peter strzok to testify. his lawyer is making it clear a subpoena is not necessary. strzok, whom president trump calls a sick loser, will testify. and roger stone telling cnn he met with a russian national in 2016 and was offered damaging information on hillary clinton in exchange for $2 million. stone and former campaign officials michael caputo claim the meeting was part of a larger
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every to set up the campaign -- effort to set up the campaign. boris sanchez has the latest from the white house. >> reporter: dave and christine, michael caputo and roger stone have long denied any contact with russian nationals in the 2016 campaign, in separate letters to the house committee over the weekend, they acknowledge there was a may 2016 meeting between roger stone and russian national henry greenburg. he was promising dirt on hillary clinton in exchange for $2 million. both men claim they forgot all about the meeting until they were reminded by the special counsel. michael caputo was shown his text messages between he and the meeting. and he reminded roger stone. you have the letters after that. and stone says no information
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was exchanged between he and greenburg. he said he turned down the offer and never spoke to him again. he never contacted anyone on the trump campaign, including the candidate, about this meeting. we should point out both men are accusing greenburg of being an fbi informant. someone planted to try to trap them. i have askeds white house officials if the president has been made aware of the admission by caputo and stone and if he agrees with the assessment that greenburg may have been a plant for the fbi. we have yet to hear back from the white house. >> boris, thank you. rudy giuliani says president trump will not issue any pardons during the russia investigation. he is not ruling out the possibility once the investigation is over. here is what t president's lawyer told jake tapper on "state of the union." >> the president has issued no pardons in the investigation. the president is not going to issue pardons in the investigation.
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he retains his pardoning power. he can pardon in his judgment based on the justice department counsel's office. nome. >> giuliani continues to insist the russia investigation is compromised. he said pardons could be used if someone was treated unfairly. president trump defending decision to suspend joint military exercises with south korea after the singapore summit. the president claiming the drills were costly and provocative. he calls them war games. how is that playing out in south korea? we have nic robertson with the latest. nic, the defensive drills are meant to show the american and south koreans are ready for combat in that region. the president calls them war games. how is that playing in seoul now? >> reporter: strictly as military exercises designed to keep south korea safe because of the threat from north korea. they are designed to keep the troops, u.s. and south korean partners, on a ready-to-fight
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tonight footing. the idea that these could be conceived from south korea's perspective in the way that president trump characterized it is something that appears to caught them off guard and the decision to stop these joint military exercises. we know there have been various levels of communication since the most recent communication with the foreign minister here and secretarystate mike pompeo here. that conversation about what else transpired since the summit and what south korea and north korea relations are looking like right now. they are improving. what is there to update mike pompeo from the south korean perspective. principally the coordination and this particular phone call and the fact the deputy foreign minister is going to washington this week really seems to underscore south korea's perspective is don't leave us out of the decision making.
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keep us in the loop. it is a joint decision with the united states and south korea. the bilateral agreement on the joint military exercises. the idea they are provocative for south korea, they recognize this is a necessary part of importance national defense. as yet, we understand there is no actual agreement set on when that stoppage of the exercises would actually be agreed. >> on friday, nic, the president said he would speak with north korea on father's day. do we know anything of that? >> reporter: father's day here, like in the united states, came and went without word from pyongyang. you know, it would be typical if the phone call happened. if the north koreans would not talk about it straightaway. generally the news information propaganda line lags 24 hours or longer. maybe they would not mention it
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at all. there is no indication from the south koreans aware of it. as we know, nothing from the white house as yet on this issue. it seems perhaps it happened. perhaps it didn't. what are the consequences of it? south koreans say let them form a bond so they can solve problems together. they are hopeful if that phone call was made in the overall picture it would at least be useful. >> nic robertson, thank you. at least three people dead and dozens injured after a 5.3 magnitude earthquake hit in japan overnight in oosaka. train service is suspended across osaka. a graduation party turned deadly over the weekend. someone inside the packed nightclub detonated a can of tear gas after a brawl broke
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outseting off a stampede. -- out setting off a stampede. seven people are being questioned. the club owner has been arrested foring weapon to enter the premises and the government has shutdown that club. 52 minutes past the hour. supreme court set to announce the decision today on internet sales tax. it could force you to pay more when you buy online. "cnn money" next. roduci egasus, a next-generation, all-in-one work table and clamping system. ordinary work tables can't compete. pegasus has integrated clamps that hold materials tight at any angle. steel reinforcement makes pegasus superstrong. to prove it, we had pegasus support a car. sets up in seconds and folds flat for easy storage. strong. versatile. portable. a workspace anyplace. the worx pegasus.
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angelina jolie visited iraq over the weekend raising the awareness of the humanitarian crisis. the actress toured bombed out streets and met with displaced families. during her visit, she urged the international community to not forget mosul and take care of its people. for the first time in 29 years, a repeat champion at the u.s. open. 28-year-old brooks koepka. last man standing sunday at shinnecock hills, koepka the first golfer to win back-to-back since curtis strange in 1988. he finished one shot ahead of tommy fleetwood.
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he takes home a first prize of $2.1 million. let's get a check of cnn money. global stocks down as u.s. and china enter a trade war. u.s. futures are lower. on friday, the white house said it will slap a 25% tariff on $50 billion of of chinechinese expo. china retaliated. targeting high value american exports. the dow dragged down by companies that do business in china like boeing and caterpillar. a new court case is making you pay more when you buy online. under current rules, many retailers don't expect sales tax. that means states miss out on taxes each year. it means you pay more for wayfair and big online retailers collect taxes like amazon and
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walmart. the difference is they have physical presence in the state. incredible opening weekend for "incredibles 2." >> oh, yeah. this one's -- >> oh, yeah is right. the most profitable opening of all time for animated film. bringing in $180 million. it knocks "finding dory" out of the top spot. get this, 31% of the opening weekend audience was adults. >> doesn't surprise me. i'm trying convince my kids to go with me. >> we may have to go to the show tomorrow. that is a good idea. "early start" continues now with the latest on immigration. they call it zero tolerance. but a better name for it is zero humanity. >> democrat lawmakers point the finger at the trump
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administration after the first hand look at immigration centers near the u.s./mexico border. the trump administration fires back blaming democrats and media insisting there is no policy separating migrant families at the border. breaking overnight. deadly earthquake in japan kills at least three people and injuries over 200 more. welcome to "early start." i'm christine romans. >> i'm dave briggs. we will hear from laura bush and melania trump on the emotional issue of immigration. it is one that will dominate this week and republicans set to week as the white house ills tries to deflect all of the outrage over the zero tolerance border policy by blaming it on democrats. administration critics accusing the president of separating migrant children from families for political leverage and here is why. the president tweeting over t

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