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no child should miss their treatment due to lack of transportation. >> learn more about richard and donate at cnnheroes.com. while you are there, you can nominate someone you believe should be a cnn hero. that is it tonight. i'll see you right back here tomorrow. we're allowed to disagree, but should be able to do so freely and without fear of harm. >> maxine waters, you believe her? >> i have not called for the harm of anybody. this president has lied again. >> the collapse of civility in politics has everyone agreeing on one thing. it's not their fault. renewed trade concerns tank the markets. companies forced to rethink global supply chains.
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can i get everybody off? >> everybody is off. >> dramatic moments off the florida coast. six people rescued after their boat bursts into flames. good morning. welcome to "early start." look who's back? i'm dave briggs. >> i'm christine romans. it is 4:00 a.m. in the east. everyone in washington is pleading for civility this morning. when it comes to taking responsibility for the uncivil tone, no one wants to own it. white house press secretary sarah sanders speaking out for the first time since she was asked to leave a virginia restaurant friday night. >> i was asked to leave because i work for president trump. healthy debate on ideas and philosophy is important. the calls for harshme harass -- harassment is unacceptable. this goes for all people regardless of politics.
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>> the white house officials say president trump asked sanders to start her briefing with that statement. the restaurant's owner's decision not to serve her igniting a less than civil debate including this from congresswoman maxine waters on saturday. >> and if you see anybody from that cabinet in a restaurant, in a department store, at a gasoline station, you get out and you create a crowd. and you push back on them and you tell them they're not welcome anymore, anywhere. >> president trump adding to the incivility calling waters as a low iq person and tweeting be careful what you wish for, max. >> they are good at one thing. what is the term? resist. it is the party of maxine waters, do you believe her?
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no, no. this has become the party of maxine waters and nancy pelosi. >> maxine waters is trying to clarify her original remarks. >> i believe in peaceful, very peaceful protests. i have not called for the harm of anybody. this president has lied again when he is saying that i called for harm to anyone. >> waters dialled back after criticism from democrats. nancy pelosi tweeting trump's daily lack of civility is predictable and unacceptable. and this from chuck schumer. >> no one should call for the harassment of political opponents. that's not right. that's not american. >> how did we get here? critics of the trump administration insist it starts at the top.
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>> knock the crap out of them, seriously. okay. just knock the hell -- i promise you, i will pay for the legal fees. i promise. >> we're not allowed to punch back anymore. i would like to punch him in the face. >> try not to hurt him. if you do, i'll defend you in court. don't worry about it. >> whacky jackie is campaigning with pocahontas, you believe this? >> he is a war hero because he was captured. i like people that weren't captured. >> get that son of a [ bleep ] off the field right now. out. he's fired. he's fired. >> with all of the vitriol from the president, many democrats are concerned the emotional response could fuel him. social media confrontations include several heckling of donald trump officials and it
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has opened a rift in anti-trump outrage is helping or hurting ahead of the midterms. the president rallying up the crowd on immigration in south carolina. he has been fuming saying there are too many judges although jeff sessions is trying to add more immigration judges to handle the extra load. here is the president from last night. >> we have thousands of judges already. so if a person comes into our country and steps one foot, they take their name, they bring them to court. they release them. they come in the country. you never see them again. it is the craziest thing. i said today, i said today i don't want judges. i want i.c.e. and border patrol agents. i want at. that's all. we want to tell people i'm sorry are you coming in the -- i'm sorry, you are coming into the
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country illegally. >> the president says he sees the uproar over immigration as helpful to republicans. chief white house correspondent jim acosta traveling with the president. >> reporter: christine and dave, the president defended the practice of separating children at the border with the parents at the south carolina rally. he said facilities are warehoused and are better facilities used than the obama administration. here is what the president had to say at the rally in south carolina. >> i have my own feeling. i heard them talking about the children. first, they were using pictures taken in 2014 when obama was president. i wasn't president. and what i learned is one thing. our facilities are cleaner and better kept and better run. that's the one thing i learned. i saw them. what we have is two extremes.
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i said this is fine for us. >> reporter: you heard the president say not only does he think it is a good idea, he is saying to the audience in south carolina that it is good for him politically. dave and christine. >> thank you. agents will stop referring families to the justice department for prosecution until a policy is in place to keep parents with children. families will be released with a court date reviving the so-called catch and release program. the house republicans are planning to vote on the immigration reform bill. it appears they still do not have the votes to pass the compromise measure. aides say the house is certain to move on legislation to plug holes in the executive order. in the senate, it is difficult to see the votes to get it to pass. no deadline for an immigration bill. congress leaves at the end of the week for the july 4th
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recess. it is primary day in five states. colorado, maryland and new york, oklahoma and utah vote. among the notable races, mitt romney is likely to win the seat along with mike kennedy. and in new york, michael grimm is fighting to get his old seat back after doing time in federal prison for tax evasion. oklahoma voters with a ballot measure to make their's the 13th state to legalize medical marijuana. there are runoffs in mississippi and south carolina. the president was in south carolina last night to back incumbent governor henry mcmaster. asian stocks falling after president trump's trade policy back fires on harley-davidson. the company shifting jobs overseas. those are retaliation for
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trump's tariffs. the eu tariffs make the harley motorcycles $2,200 more expensive. harley plans to move production. bad news for u.s. workers. trump has championed harley as an american manufacturer. now he is tweeting his surprise. the first to wave the white flag on trade. on wall street, harley stock fell 6% proving the trade battles have consequences for u.s. companies. the dow fell more than 300 points led by tech stocks. so far, tech had been immune to trade fears. sources say the white house plans to block chinese investment in u.s. technology targeting xi jinping's made in china's 2025 plan. that is a national strategy to dominate the industry. steve mnuchin denied china was a
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target, but said he would hit all industries. steve mnuchin called the markets drop an overreaction. ahead, the secretary of defense landing overnight in china. a critically important trip with north korea. trade and security issues at play. will ripley is live for us in beijing. that is ahead on "early start." yould apply for amedicaree plan whenever you want. no enrollment window. no waiting to apply. that means now may be a great time to shop for an aarp medicare supplement insurance plan, insured by unitedhealthcare insurance company. medicare doesn't cover everything. and like all standardized medicare supplement insurance plans, these help cover some of what medicare doesn't pay. so don't wait. call now to request your free decision guide. it could help you find the aarp medicare supplement plan that works for you. these types of plans have no networks,
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defense secretary james mattis touching down in china overnight. prepared to do a lot of listening when he meets with chinese leaders. mattis making the first trip to china by the secretary of defense since 2014. let's go live to will ripley. will, what is he likely to be hearing from president xi? >> reporter: i think they will have tense discussions here in beijing. given the fact the united states is saying national security is the driving force why they don't
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want chinese tech firms investing in the united states. robotics and arrerospace and electric cars. things which could affect national security as china is becoming a global leader. he will have to talk to them about the $50 billion in tariffs that are due to take effect next month. the defense department called china a competitor. you are mixing national defense with trade. some areas that the secretary may not be comfortable in given his military background. he will talk about the denuclearization with north korea. the united states nee china to keep pressure up for sanctions for the long-term plan to continue the maximum pressure campaign. with all of the other issues swirling around, it is unclear how much progress he will make. he will head to south korea and japan after this. >> will ripley, thank you. prince william is making the
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first ever royal visit to israel. he is visiting the holocaust memorial and meeting with benjamin netanyahu and israeli president. max foster traveling with prince william. he is joining us live from jerusalem. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, christine. diplomatic tightrope with prince william to negotiate the political and religious issues in the region. he is at the stunning museum here and laying a wreath at the hall of remembrance. harrowing process and emotional. it is an event that visiting vips attend. he will go to the palestinian area and he will have lunch and meeting with the palestinian president abbas. just a quick bit of context for you. this is the jerusalem post. he is on the front page and he
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is on the papers here today. they are making a point this is the first official uk tour -- royal tour to israel. lack of the formal visit from a british royal is an unceremony snub. i have to say some palestinians are wrankled as well. many say this paved the way for the establishment of the israeli state. many sensitive details here for prince william to negotiate. this is the early part of the tour for him. he managed it so far. we will see how it goes for the rest of him. >> max foster. thank you. day three of the search in thailand for members of the youth soccer team who vanished saturday. authorities believe they are trapped in the flooded cave in northern chiang rai.
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melania, i don't think your anti-bullying campaign is working. not working. when i saw that trump insulted me on twitter, i was going to tweet back immediately, but i thought i have more important things to do. wait, shouldn't he have more important things to do? what are you doing? >> the president called out the host and told him to be a man after fallon said he regretted tussling mr. trump's hair on the show in 2016. he regretted it because it hu n humanized him. the president said fallon looks like quote a lost soul. breaking overnight. a dozen people shot in chicago and in seven incidents. one person died and the violence comes after three people killed and 36 people killed by gunfire this weekend. chicago had seen a drop in
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violent crime in recent months, but there has been a spike since the weather warmed up. southern california retirement home resident is in custody charged in the fatal case of the firefighter. fire captain dave rosa. the police say the suspect thomas kim is charged with murder and attempted murder and arson. a second firefighter shot is in stable condition. 80 seniors are being cared for by the city and community organizations. good samaritans rushing to rescue a group stranded in a boat burning off the coast of ft. lauderdale. six people were on board the charter when it caught fire early monday. the family from connecticut saw the blaze from a nearby boat and jumped into action. one person almost went overboard trying to get on the rescue
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boat. >> all of the people were on the bow. i came up alongside the boat. it went from smoke to fire within three to four minutes. i'm telling you, it was ridiculous. >> grateful. lots of thank yous. including the captain and crew. we had to help out and do our jobs. not a bad day. we also caught fish. >> cheers to those folks. the fire started in the engine area of the boat and quickly spread. fire rescue tried to save the boat, but it had already sunk. the fire in california torched more than 10,000 acres. it is only 5% contained. flames are threatening 600 more structures. mandatory vac an situatievacuat way for the strong community. governor jerry brown has declared a state of emergency in lake county. a police dog in chicago
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helped sniff out more than $10 million of marijuana. it all started with the traffic stop and k-9 with a need to find weed. the nose helped officers uncover 1,500 pounds of pot in the car. the driver was transporting the marijuana from chicago to california. the driver is 42-year-old jason tanner. he was arrested and charged with drug possession. coming up, everyone claims they want civility, but no one wants to prove it. the democrats facing a problem of how to counter the president. can anyone restore civility to american politics?
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we're allowed to disagree, but should be able to do so freely and without fear of harm. >> maxine waters, you believe her? >> i have not called for the harm of anybody. this president has lied again. >> the collapse of civility in politics has everyone agreeing on one thing. it's not their fault. renewed trade concerns tank the markets. companies forced to rethink global supply chains. as open trade comes under threat. can i get everybody off? >> everybody is off. >> dramatic moments off the florida coast. six people rescued after their boat bursts into flames. they didn't include that in the charter price. welcome to "early start." i'm christine romans. >> i'm dave briggs. good to have you back.
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31 minutes past the hour. the president in south carolina last night. just to mention a few of the people he mentioned. jimmy fallon,immy kimmel and arnold schwarzenegger. civility in washington. everybody is pleading for it. when it comes to the responsibility of the uncivil tone, no one wants to own it. white house press secretary sarah sanders speaking out for the first time since she was asked to leave a virginia restaurant friday night. >> i was asked to leave because i work for president trump. healthy debate on ideas and philosophy is important. the calls for harassment and push for a trump supporter to avoid the public is unacceptable. we are allowed to disagree, but should be able to do so freely and without fear of harm. this goes for all people regardless of politics. >> the white house officials say president trump asked sanders to start her briefing with that statement. the restaurant's owner's decision not to serve her igniting a less than civil debate including this from congresswoman maxine waters on saturday.
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>> and if you see anybody from that cabinet in a restaurant, in a department store, at a gasoline station, you get out and you create a crowd. and you push back on them and you tell them they're not welcome anymore, anywhere. >> president trump adding to the incivility calling waters as a low iq person and tweeting be careful what you wish for, max. the president piling on last night in south carolina. >> they are good at one thing. what is the term? resist. it is the party of maxine waters, do you believe her? no, no. this has become the party of maxine waters and nancy pelosi. >> maxine waters is trying to clarify her original remarks.
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>> i believe in peaceful, very peaceful protests. i have not called for the harm of anybody. this president has lied again when he is saying that i called for harm to anyone. >> waters dialled back after criticism from democrats. nancy pelosi tweeting trump's daily lack of civility is provoking responses that are predictable and unacceptable. and this from chuck schumer. >> no one should call for the harassment of political opponents. that's not right. that's not american. >> how did we get here? critics of the trump administration insist it starts at the top. >> knock the crap out of them, seriously. okay. just knock the hell -- i promise you, i will pay for the legal fees. i promise. >> we're not allowed to punch back anymore. i would like to punch him in the
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face. >> try not to hurt him. if you do, i'll defend you in court. don't worry about it. >> whacky jackie is campaigning with pocahontas, you believe this? >> he is a war hero because he was captured. i like people that weren't captured. >> get that son of a [ bleep ] off the field right now. out. he's fired. he's fired. >> with all of the vitriol from the president, many democrats are concerned the emotional response could fuel him. social media confrontations include several heckling of donald trump officials and it has opened a rift in anti-trump outrage is helping or hurting ahead of the midterms. the president rallying up the crowd on immigration in south carolina.
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the president has been fuming about immigration courts and saying there are too many judges although jeff sessions is trying to add more immigration judges to handle the extra load. here is the president from last night. >> we have thousands of judges already. so if a person comes into our country and steps one foot, they take their name, they bring them to court. they release them. they come in the country. you never see them again. it is the craziest thing. i said today, i said today i don't want judges. i want i.c.e. and border patrol agents. i want that. that's all. we want to tell people i'm sorry you are coming into the country illegally. we don't want you in the country. >> the president says he sees the uproar over immigration as helpful to republicans. chief white house correspondent jim acosta traveling with the president. >> reporter: christine and dave, the president defended the practice of separating children at the border with the parents
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at the south carolina rally. he said facilities are the ones where children are being warehoused are better than facilities used than the obama administration. here is what the president had to say at the rally in south carolina. >> i have my own feeling. i heard them talking about the children. first, they were using pictures taken in 2014 when obama was president. i wasn't president. and what i learned is one thing. our facilities are cleaner and better kept and better run. that's the one thing i learned. i saw them. what we have is two extremes. i said this is fine for us. >> reporter: you heard the president say not only does he think it is a good idea, he is saying to the audience in south carolina that it is good for him politically. dave and christine. >> thank you.
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the commissioner of customs says the agency will stop referring families to the justice department for prosecution until a policy is in place to keep parents with their children. families will be released with a court date reviving the so-called catch and release program that president trump has attacked. >> so 2,000 children have been serated at the border. cnn has checked into the claims of the children were living under. cnn's dianne gallagher has more. >> reporter: dave and christine, it is scorching out here in west texas. triple digit temperatures. we did not know what to expect when be toured the tent city which is subject of a lot of anger. we are told there are 326 children, all ages 13 to 17 years old. most of them are boys. 23 of them were separated from the parents crossing the border
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as a direct result of the trump administration's zero tolerance policy. i can tell you that the kids are not staying in tents like you go camping in. these are military tents with insulation and air conditioning. there is a dining facility and medical area. there are always mental health clinicals on the campus 24 hours a day. a few kids were waiting to go to showers. we saw other kids outside playing soccer. they talked to us a bit. this is like the other tours where all of the pictures are coming from the government because they would not let us bring cameras or phones to record. they would not let us talk with the children to get an idea of what their life is like. they say they work on reunifying these children and that's their top private. a little later in the day, i heard from parents who just have been released from custody. that is not their experience. that hhs made it difficult to find children and not any help
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whatsoever. those who have been able to track their kids down, some in chicago or new york or other states and they just can't figure it out. aside from being separated in the first place, chief complaint is the government doesn't seem to be assisting the parents actively when it comes to getting them back with their children. dave and christine. >> thank you, dianne. it is primary day in five states. colorado, maryland and new york, oklahoma and utah vote. among the notable races, mitt romney is likely to win the seat along with mike kennedy. and in new york, michael grimm is fighting to get his old seat back after doing time in federal prison for tax evasion. oklahoma voters with a ballot measure to make their's the 13th state to legalize medical marijuana. there are runoffs in mississippi and south carolina. the president was in south carolina last night to back incumbent governor henry mcmaster. he was forced in a runoff with the republican challenger. to the markets now.
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asian stocks falling after president trump's trade policy back fires on harley-davidson. the company shifting jobs overseas. to an individual the tariffs from the -- to avoided tariffs from the eu. those are retaliation for trump's tariffs. the eu tariffs make the harley motorcycles $2,200 more expensive. instead of passing that along to customers, harley will move production to the eu. bad news for u.s. workers. trump has championed harley as an american manufacturer. now he is tweeting his surprise. the first to wave the white flag on trade. on wall street, harley stock fell 6% proving the trade battles have consequences for u.s. companies. the dow fell more than 300 points led by tech stocks.
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so far, tech had been immune to trade fears. sources say the white house plans to block chinese investment in u.s. technology targeting xi jinping's made in china's 2025 plan. that is a national strategy to dominate the industry. aerospace, robotics and electric cars. treasury secretary steve mnuchin denied that china is a target, but said he would hit all industries trying to steal our intellectual property. steve mnuchin called the markets drop an overreaction. >> there are no plans to impose investment restrictions on any countries that are interfering in any way with our country. this is not the plan. this idea that somehow there will be investment restrictions to the world. discount that. >> he called the market drop an
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overreaction. okay. lawmaker turned life saver. joe manchin giving the hoeimlic maneuver to mccaskill. he said he kept jerking and jerking until she said you're hurting me now. then he knew she could still breek breathe. she said i'm grateful to joe and a little sore. no big deal. >> could you save me if i was choking in. >> as a coach, you have to take those courses. i will save you. thank you. the secretary of defense landing overnight in china. a critically important trip with north korea and trade and security all at play. will ripley is live in beijing. ? don'ss final closeout savings on the
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4:47 eastern time. prince william is making the first ever royal visit to israel. he is visiting the holocaust memorial and meeting with benjamin netanyahu and israeli president. max foster traveling with prince william. he is joining us live from jerusalem. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, dave. i just saw prince william walking through the museum. he looked very moved. i went through it before him. it is a harrowing process to go through. this is the place where the vips are expected to come through israel. he is walking a tight diplomatic tightrope i would say as he walks through the region. he is here and going to the palestinian territories after this and then have lunch and meeting the palestinian authority president abbas. there are those in palestine
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which want an apology from britain for the role in the establishment of israel. at the same time, criticism in israel. if i show you the front of the "jerusalem post." this is front page news. first official uk royal tour to the country in the 70-year history of the country. they write lack of a formal visit is unceremonious snub and rankled others for years. and another newspaper with another take. prince william will meet the president and prime minister netanyahu. this is a suggestion that this is an achievement for prime minister frenetanyahu. you have prince william in the 70th year. also, the idea that despite the lack of talks in the peace process and concerns of occupied territories, this is a sign that
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netanyahu's policies and israel as a country is not going to be isolated. it will work toward the prime minister's advantage. >> terrific reporting. max foster live for us. thank you. the defense secretary james mattis touching down in china overnight. mattis making the first visit to china by the secretary of defense since 2014. let's go live to beijing and bring in will ripley. there is a lot to discuss here. even trade disputes aside. so much between these two powers. >> reporter: it is really complicated, christine. what the trump administration is doing is they are tying the trade issue with national security. national security is the justification of the administration for the announcement expected later this week to block chinese investment in american technology because the trump administration has accused china of stealing american technology. when u.s. companies come here to be part of the market, they are
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pressured by the government to share their trade secrets with chinese counterparts who are accused of taking that information and building their own cheaper knockoff version. he will have to talk about that. keep in mind, the united states needs china's help on the north korean denuclearization. they are vowing to strike back of the $50 billion tariffs due to kick in next month. at the same time, james mattis has to convince xi jinping to keep up the pressure on north korea. we have seen three meetings with xi jinping and kim jong-un. their relationship getting closer as the tensions are escalating with the united states. the south china sea and china building the aircraft carriers on the artificial islands. that is creating tension along with the relationship with with the united states and taiwan and u.s. selling weapons to taiwan. so much on his plate here when he begins his meeting here.
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>> and by the end of the week, we are supposed to get clarity of the new export restrictions of chinese companies and chinese nationals buying technology in the united states. all of that still up in the air. will ripley, thank you. president xi made clear in our culture we punch back. game on. the end has arrived for toys r us. the iconic toy store will close its final 200 u.s. stores on friday. cnn money is next. you won't see these folks at the post office they have businesses to run they have passions to pursue how do they avoid trips to the post office? stamps.com
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call or go on line today. breaking overnight. at least a dozen people shot in chicago in seven incidents. victims include an 11-year-old boy and five teenagers. one person died. the violence comes after three people were killed and at least 36 people injured by gunfire this weekend. chicago had seen a drop in violent crime in recent months, but there has been a spike since the weather warmed up. police in pittsburgh are said to work 12-hour shifts in anticipation over the protests over the death of antwon rose. the funeral was held monday. >> police officer michael rosfeld shot the teen after the teen fled from the car.
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pittsburgh mayor paduto said the officer should go on trial. >> it doesn't need to happen on twitter. it doesn't need to happen on facebook. it needs to be in a court in law and justice should be the deciding factors. >> district attorney said he is looking into the shooting. good samaritans rushing to save people on board the 45-foot charter when it caught fire on monday in ft. lauderdale. the family from connecticut saw the blaze and jumped into action from the nearby boat. one person almost went overboard trying to get on the rescue body. >> i just -- rescue boat. >> i just went up alongside. it went from smoke to fire within three to four minutes. it was ridiculous. >> grateful. lots of thank yous. including the captain and crew. we had to help out and do our
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jobs. not a bad day. we also caught fish. >> cheers to you. the fire started in the engine area of the boat. ft. lauderdale fire rescue responded. let's get a check of cnn money. asian stocks falling overnight after president trump's trade policy back fires on harley-davidson. harley stock fell 6% after the company said it would ship production overseas to avoid new tariffs from the eu. proving the trade battles have consequences for u.s. companies. harley was not alone. dow fell 300 points led by american exporters. nasdaq lost 2%. so far tech had been immune to trade fears. the white house and the plan to block chinese investment in u.s. tech has rattled some of the big tech companies. the u.s. plans to target xi jinping's made in china 2025 plan to dominate aerospace and robotics and electric cars.
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the e is finally here for toys r us. it will close the final 200 stores friday. toys r us filed for bankruptcy. it went out of business in march. two main reasons. increased competition from box stores and online retailers and it just had a huge debt load. china blocking access to hbo web site after john oliver made jokes like this over president jinping. >> xi jinping is sensitive about his perceived resemblance to winnie the pooh. i'm not sure it is that strong. >> winnie the pooh aside, oliver had a segment last week over the policies. since then, china censored john oliver.

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