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justice kennedy's retirement makes the issue of senate control one of the vital issues of our time. >> the bitter fight over the next supreme court justice is under way. the vacancy with major legal ramifications, including a potential women's right to choose. 11 long hours of congress before peter strzok. what sources say he told lawmakers about texts which has the president claiming bias at the justice department.
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a california man sacrificing himself to save his nephew. that man jumping into the river although he did not know how to swim. good morning. welcome to "early start." i'm dave briggs. >> i'm christine romans. it is thursday, june 28th. 4:00 a.m. in the east. the president relishing the chance to fill another seat on the u.s. supreme court as anthony kennedy announces he will step down. all signs say the president will replace the swing vote with a conservative. a man or woman who could change the high court and decisions it makes for generations. >> the justice met with the president and then went on the road. he intends to put a lasting stamp on the court. >> the travel ban ruling underscores how critical it is to confirm judges who will support our constitution. remember this so we have a pick to come up.
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we have to pick a great one. we have to pick one that is going to be there for 40 years or 45 years. >> to get a justice confirmed, the president has to navigate a slim majority in the senate. we have jeff zeleny with more. >> reporter: christine and dave, president trump making clear the retirement of kennedy is a midterm election issue. he will pick the replacement from the list of 25 conservative judges. he had the list. it is a public list. we do not know who he will select. the white house counsel's office going through the list of judges. the president at a rally on wednesday night in fargo, politics are at play. >> justice kennedy's retirement makes senate control one of the vital issues of our time. and i'm very honored that he chose to do it during my term in
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office because he felt confident in me to make the right choice and carry on his great legacy. that's why he did it. >> reporter: the president caught off guard by this as much as anyone in washington. he spent about 30 minutes in private conversation with justice kennedy who came to the white house to deliver his regulsignation letter by hand. president was talking to kennedy about replacements. this will be dominating forces as the midterm election campaign gets in full swing. nothing galvanizes swing voters more than a supreme court v vacancy. dave and christine. >> jeff in fargo. justice kennedy's announcement could have an effect on the cases before the supreme court. the senate and republicans plan to move kickly on replacing
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kennedy -- moving quickly on replacing kennedy. they want to use the same argument when they blocked obama's nominee in 2016. now to jessica schneider in washington. >> reporter: dave and christine, now republicans say they plan to confirm justice kennedy's replacement before the midterms this november about four months away. >> the senate stands ready to fulfill the constitutional role by offering advice and consent on president trump's nominee to fill this vacancy. we will vote to confirm justice kennedy's successor this fall. >> reporter: democrats, of course, are pushing back. they say remember the pick of merrick garland? that wasn't taken up in 2016 because it was an election year.
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>> millions of people are months away from determining to confirm or reject the president's n nominee and their voices deserve to be heard now as leader mcconnell thought then. anything but that would be the absolute height of hypocrasy. >> reporter: when kennedy retires july 31st, the court will lose its moderate voice. the swing vote as kennedy is known. while he has sided with conservatives with gun control and voting rights and campaign spending, justice kennedy voted with the liberal side on abortion rights and affirmative action and the death penalty. most notably, kennedy wrote the opinion that cleared the way for same-sex marriage in 2015. now if president trump, if he nominates someone who is
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confirmed, it will solidify a 5-4 vote in favor of conservatives on the court. the question now what does that mean for abortion rights and could roe v. wade be overturned? dave and christine. and the president has prais praised heidkamp in the fall. the president cast her as a liberal democrat who plans to block his agenda. >> heidi will vote no to any pick we make for the supreme court. she will be told to do so. now maybe because of this. she will be forced to vote yes. who knows? >> the president failed to mention heitkamp was one of
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three democrats who broke the ranks to nominate gorsuch. she said she is always willing to work with the president if he is willing to help north dakota. and this was a victory lap with trump-backed candidates this week in the primaries. the president was happy about the demise of joe crowley. he lost his race to 28-year-old first-time candidate alexandria ocasio-cortez. >> one of my biggest critics, a man named joe crowley by a young woman with a lot of energy. she had a lot of energy. i guess he didn't see it. they couldn't find him. >> with crowley out of the picture, the democrats now have a leadership crisis. >> he was going to take nancy
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pelosi's place. i was so disappointed. i want to keep nancy pelosi right where she is. i want to make a plea to my democrat friends. please, please, please, don't remove nancy pelosi. >> it did not take long for the president to attack alexandria ocasio-cortez. in a tweet, he blasted the extreme democrats for the push to abolish i.c.e. >> the president touting his poll numbers at the fargo rally. even poll numbers he is not sure are real. >> you saw the polls that come out. i don't know if this is true. you know, a year and a half ago, they said i was an interloper. and now they say and you will admit, a thing comes out -- a number of polls that he is the most powerful, most popular
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republican in the history of the party. a little white ago i was an -- a little while ago i was an interloper. >> his approval rating for republicans is at or near 90%. and peter strzok is expecting a good grueling in the house committee. it follows a long day on capitol hill yesterday for trukz trupet. he spoke to the panel for 11 hours. >> strzok and lisa page are exhibit a for republicans who argue the anti-trump texts they exchanged while part of the mueller probe prove fbi bias against the president. four sources say strzok told the panel he was not pressed about the texts when they came to light. mueller removed him from the
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investigation. >> page and strzok were having an affair during the campaign. it was part of the inn that mat conversation -- intimate conversation. he said he did not intend to react upon them. >> still a lot of unanswered questions on who knew what when and as it relates to this particular investigation and what was the genesis of the russia collusion investigation. i don't know how any reasonable person reads the texts and suggests there was no bias. >> he was cleared from the questions republicans were asking, but the questions before this that the republicans want to use mr. strzok and his texts as evidence to sabotage or discredit the mueller investigation. >> the house is set to vote today on a resolution by mark
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meadows calling on the justice department to provide russia and clinton records by july 6th. if rod rosenstein does not comply, he should be impeached. and senate allies -- and senate allies believe the president is being too concerned with allies. we have a look ahead to moscow and the meeting with putin just ahead. hundders come in, a hundred orders come in, but then you realize i've got a hundred orders i have to ship out. shipstation streamlined that wh the order data, the weights of , everything is seamlessly put into shipstation, so when we print the shipping ll everything's pretty much done. it's so much easier so now, we're ready, bring on t. shipstation. the number one ch of online sellers. go to shipstation.com/tv and get two months free. the first survivor of ais out there.sease and the alzheimer's association
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i've said it from day one. getting along with russia and with china and everybody is a very good thing. it is good for the world. it is good for us. it is good for everybody. >> president trump on the verge of finalizing plans with the meeting with vladimir putin. he is revealing it is likely to take place after the nato summit in brussels in july. let's go live to moscow and bring in cnn's frederik pleitgen. the optics of this of the
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president meeting and shaking hands with putin has western allies concerns over the tone with our friendlier adversaries. >> reporter: you are right, christine. as this is happening with the western alliance fractured. the president alienated the allies. we remember the altercation with canada as well. nonetheless, john bolton was here in town. he was key to try to get the summit going. we thought bolton was going to meet with the russian foreign minister sergei lavrov. that turned into the meeting with vladimir putin and some of his senior ministers with a quickly agreed summit. we know john bolton has been a critic of vladimir putin. now he seems to have changed course. he sees having the meeting an
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important thing. as far as the agenda, the president said it would be syria and ukraine and the election meddling in 2016 could be on the agenda. >> fred in moscow. thank you. new satellite images show north korea made rapid improvements at the nuclear facility in pyongyang. these were planned upgrades before the kim/trump summit in singapore. we have will ripley live in beijing. >> reporter: dave t rai, it rai lot of questions. why is this an upgrade of a system that is supposed to be taken down. not clear if this work is
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complete before the summit in singapore and the and lights pointing -- analysts pointing out this may have been work previously done. why would north korea stop work at the facility? the only known reactor that fuels the program. this is what james mattis is talking about. he landed in south korea overnight and meeting with his counterpart there. he is talking about denuclearization and the joint military exercises to help produce a peaceful environment here. you have north korea still working on the nuclear reactor. we are working to learn when north korea will return the remains to united states. no word on when it will happen. >> another reminder of the vague commitment to work toward denuclearization. will, thank you.
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then this. adding we won't forget. trump modelled harley as american made. europe is the second largest market. tariffs will make their bikes more expensive. $2,200 more. the response to the tariffs on foreign steel and aluminum is to help the steel industry, but it makes harleys more expensive in the u.s. u.s. steel is opening new plants. the president said he is not worried about the tariffs back firing. >> the tariffs have been incredible. the steel industry is doing great. our country is doing great. the numbers are coming out from the companies which are far beyond what everybody thought possible. >> steel companies may be doing better, but this raises costs for businesses. including harley-davidson. cars and planes and appliances pay a tariff to the companies.
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they can pass that along to the consumer. and an east pittsburgh police officer charged in the shooting of the unarmed teenager is free on bond. michael rosfeld was arraigned on criminal homicide charges in the death of antown rose. he was shot in the right arm, fies a face and back. rosfeld made inaccurate statements. >> he acted recklessly and the officer's attorney thinks the d.a. is reaching. >> i don't think it is a murder case. i don't. i don't know if there were mistakes made in police procedure. that is to be determined later. i don't see it as a murder case. i really don't. >> the complaint says rose was in the car and suspected in the earlier shooting, but did not appear to be the shooter. officer rosfeld faces life in
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prison sentence. a california man who could not swim sacrificed his own life to save his 5-year-old nephew from drowning. 22-year-old victor mozqueda was on a trip when his nephew slipped. >> he jumped in without hesitation. he did not know how to swim. he went under. the last thing he did was to throw him at my brother to pull him out. my brother grabbed him and tossed him to his wife and victor went under and they could not chase him. >> bystanders at the scene administeried cpr to the nephew. victor's body was found two hours being swept away. the last daily newspaper left in the iron city will
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reduce to five days in august. the newspaper announced the change citing the evolution into the digital project. it did not specify which days the paper would print. they are crying in their beer in the uk. if they can find one. right now, beer is rationed in england due to a carbon dioxide shortage. limiting ten cases per day per brand. the carbon dioxide that gives the fizz is a byproduct. several plants have been closed for maintenance. the problem extends beyond beer with soda and meat production and cooling and storage all affected. the shortage is expected to last a few more weeks. the uk takes on belgium at 2:00 eastern time today. i guess liquor. it did not take long for a
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bitter showdown to erupt over replacing anthony kennedy on the supreme court. are republicans hypocritical by racing to fill the void? who is the frontrunner to fill the seat?
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justice kennedy's retirement makes the issue of senate control one of the vital issues of our time. >> the bitter fight over the next supreme court justice is under way. the vacancy with major legal ramifications, including a potential women's right to choose. 11 long hours of congress for fbi agent peter strzok. what sources say he told lawmakers about texts which has the president claiming bias at the justice department. a california man sacrificing himself to save his nephew. he jumped into the river
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although the uncle did not know how to swim. welcome to "early start." i'm christine romans. >> i'm dave briggs. the president relishing the chance to fill another seat on the u.s. supreme court as anthony kennedy announces he will step down. all signs say the president will replace the swing vote with a conservative. a man or woman who could change the high court and decisions it makes for generations. >> the president met with justice kennedy and later went on the road to north carolina. -- north dakota. he intends to put a lasting stamp on the court. >> the travel ban ruling underscores how critical it is to confirm judges who will support our constitution. remember this so we have a pick to come up. we have to pick a great one. we have to pick one that is going to be there for 40 years or 45 years. >> to get a justice confirmed, the president has to navigate a slim majority in the senate.
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senior white house correspondent jeff zeleny has more from fargo. >> reporter: christine and dave, president trump making clear the retirement of kennedy is a midterm election issue. he will pick the replacement from the list of 25 conservative judges. largely from the federal appeals court. he had the list. it is a public list. we do not know who he will select. the white house counsel's office going through the list of judges. the president at a rally on wednesday night in fargo, politics are at play. >> justice kennedy's retirement makes senate control one of the vital issues of our time. and i'm very honored that he chose to do it during my term in office because he felt confident in me to make the right choice and carry on his great legacy. that's why he did it. >> reporter: the president
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caught off guard by this as much as anyone in washington. he spent about 30 minutes in private conversation with justice kennedy who came to the white house to deliver his resignation letter by hand. president was talking to kennedy about replacements. this will be dominating forces as the midterm election campaign gets in full swing. nothing galvanizes swing voters more than a supreme court vacancy. the white house believes this could help the president and republicans hold the senate and the house. dave and christine. >> thank you, jeff. justice kennedy's announcement could have an effect on the cases before the supreme court. the senate and republicans plan to moving quickly on replacing kennedy. republicans plan to move quickly and now crying foul. they want to use the same argument when they blocked obama's nominee in 2016. now to jessica schneider in washington.
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>> reporter: dave and christine, it is the retirement announcement which sent shock waves through washington. now republicans say they plan to confirm justice kennedy's replacement before the midterm elections this november which is four months away. >> the senate stands ready to fulfill the constitutional role by offering advice and consent on president trump's nominee to fill this vacancy. we will vote to confirm justice kennedy's successor this fall. >> reporter: democrats, of course, are pushing back. they say remember the pick of merrick garland? that wasn't taken up in 2016 because it was an election year. >> millions of people are months away from determining to confirm or reject the president's nominee and their voices deserve to be heard now as leader mcconnell thought then.
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anything but that would be the absolute height of hypocricy. >> reporter: when kennedy retires july 31st, the court will lose its moderate voice. the swing vote as kennedy is known. while he has sided with conservatives with gun control and voting rights and campaign spending, justice kennedy voted with the liberal side on abortion rights and affirmative action and the death penalty. most notably, kennedy wrote the opinion that cleared the way for same-sex marriage in 2015. now if president trump, if he nominates someone who is confirmed, it will solidify a 5-4 vote in favor of conservatives on the court. the question now what does that mean for abortion rights and could roe v. wade be overturned?
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all those questions are lingering. dave and christine. >> jessica, thank you. and the president has praised his candidate in north dakota. he is running against heidi heitkamp. the president cast her as a liberal democrat who plans to block his agenda. >> heidi will vote no to any pick we make for the supreme court. she will be told to do so. now maybe because of this. she will be forced to vote yes. who knows? i will tell you she will vote no the day after the election. >> the president failed to mention heitkamp was one of three democrats who broke the ranks to nominate gorsuch. she said she is always willing to work with the president if he is willing to help north dakota.
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>> she also caught a ride on air force one the last time the president went there. the president is touting his poll numbers in north dakota although he is not sure if they are real. >> they said i'm an interloper. now a thing comes out, a poll, that says he is the most powerful and popular republican in the history of the party. a little while ago i was an interloper. >> according to recent polls, the approval rating is at or near 90%. rod rosenstein testified before the house committee today. expect a good grilling on fbi and justice department actions on the 2016 campaign.
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follows a very long day on capitol hill yesterday for peter strzok. the senior fbi agent spoke to the panel for more than 11 hours. including classified and unclassified sessions. >> strzok and fbi lawyer lisa page are exhibit a for republicans who argue the anti-trump texts prove fbi bias against the president. sources say strzok told the house panel that mueller did not press him about the texts when they came to light. mueller did immediately remove him from the investigation. >> page and strzok were having an affair during the campaign and he told lawmakers the texts were part of an intimate conversation. strzok said he did not intent to act on them. >> still a lot of unanswered questions on who knew what when and as it relates to this particular investigation and
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what was the genesis of the russia collusion investigation. i don't know how any reasonable person reads the texts and suggests there was no bias. >> he was cleared from the questions the republicans were asking. it was clear before this the republicans want to use mr. strzok and his texts as evidence to sabotage or discredit the mueller investigation. that was clear. >> the house is set to vote today on the resolution by republican congress member mark meadows calling on the justice department to provide russia and clinton records by july 6th. meadows says if rod rosenstein does not comply, he should be impeached. bill shine has accepted a position in the administration and is expected to become deputy chief of staff in charge of
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communications. we're told shine and the president are not personally close, but do know each other well. sean hannity is a close friend of shine's and has been pushing him for communications director for months. shine stepped down from fox under fire last year for how he handled sexual harassment claims at the network. al lly -- allies are concerd the president is being too kind to western adversaries. can we expect the same when the president meets with vladimir putin? we are going live to moscow. before you and your rheumatologist move to another treatment, ask if xeljanz xr is right for you. xeljanz xr is a once-daily pill for adults with moderate to severe ra for whom methotrexate did not work well enough it can reduce pain, swelling and further joint damage, even without methotrexate. xeljanz xr can lower your ability to fight infections, including tuberculosis. serious, sometimes fatal infections, lymphoma and other cancers have happened.
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i've said it from day one. getting along with russia and with china and everybody is a very good thing.
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it is good for the world. it is good for us. it is good for everybody. >> president trump on the verge of finalizing plans with the meeting with vladimir putin. details of his meeting are expected to be announced today. he is revealing it is likely to take place after the nato summit in brussels in july. let's go live to moscow and bring in cnn's frederik pleitgen. fred. >> reporter: christine, it seems we are looking at the middle of july. that is the time the president will be in europe. vladimir putin has to be in moscow on july 15th. he has the end of the soccer world cup happening then. as far as the location is concerned, sources are telling us it is probably going to be helsinki. vienna and austria is a possible location as well. it is interesting to see. the national security adviser john bolton was in moscow yesterday. you could tell both sides wanted to make the meeting happen. it was a quick top-level meeting
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where the summit would take place. the topic of the summit, the president was saying syria and ukraine was on the table. john bolton believes election meddling will also be a topic as well. of course, you are right. some of the closest allies looking at this with concern as it seems as though western alliances, alliances with the american oldest alliances are fracturing while the president is embracing adversaries of the past like kim jong-un and vladimir putin and like china as well. interesting thing that is happening causing concern among america's allies. christine. >> fred, thank you. new satellite show north korea has made rapid improvement to the infrastructure at the nuclear research facility. the images captured last week planned upgrades that were under way before the trump/kim summit
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in singapore. it casts doubt on the commitment to denuclearization. we have will ripley live in beijing. will, there is an excuse for upgrading the facility other than the nuclear weapons program? >> reporter: well, it is the only known nuclear reactor that produces blue poen upper marlboro -- plutonium. were would north korea invest resources in the facility it would eventually do away with. analysts saying we should not read too much into it. it could have been done before the summit. modifications were made to the cooling tower of the reactor. they could put up sites for inspector s or vips. the united states has yet to sit down and verify a deal with north korea. something that secretary of
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state mike pompeo has said there is no timeline for and indicating the united states believes this could take quite some time. he is saying this week he does believe north korea is still a nuclear threat. contradicting what president trump said earlier. he said the nuclear threat is reduced. meanwhile, the u.s. secretary of defense james mattis arriving in south korea overnight. meeting with his counterpart there. he is waiting for word on the return of the u.s. service member remains and saying he supports the trump move to suspend joint military exercises with south korea. saying he hopes it will create a peaceful atmosphere on the korean peninsula. >> still working toward denuclearization. will, thank you. president trump softening his tough talk on china. deciding against outright limits on chinese investment in the u.s. long accused china of stealing technology. now new restrictions on tech and
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export controls were supposed to be unveiled this week. instead, senior officials say the u.s. will rely on congress to strengthen an existing panel. the committee on foreign investment in the u.s. a body which screens foreign investments for national security threats. the president punted on significant technology. instead, the commerce department will study the issue. on monday, tech stocks fell when the news broke for plans on the broad limits on chinese inve investme investment. steve mnuchin said yesterday that china was not the focus. >> we will have the necessary tools to protect investment. whether it is china or anybody else. we are not signaling out china. we will protect transfer technology to china as other areas. >> that gave u.s. stocks a boost. then investor optimism waned when larry kudlow said he is not
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softening his stance on china. >> it will be effective at protecting our technological family jewels in the united states. >> welcome back, larry. he had a heart attack. glad to see him back and vibrant and vivid. >> technology family jewels. >> wall street closed lower than led by decline in tech stocks. i'll tell you, a lot of confusion of what is the u.s. strategy with china. is this a negotiation? >> let's hope. beer shortage. beer shortage. the united kingdom rationing beer during the world cup. why and how long it will last. wi tim geographic l... ...ancestrydna can pinpoint where your ancestors are from... ...and the paths they took, to a new home. could their journey inspire yours? order your kit at ancestrydna.com.
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victor went under and they could not chase him. >> the boy was air lifted to a hospital and is now recovering. victor's body was found two hours later after he was swept away. they are crying in their beer in the uk. if they can find one. right now, beer is being rationed in england due to a carbon dioxide shortage. booker, a wholesaler limiting stores to 10 cases a day per brand. carbon dioxide is a byproduct of ammonia and several plants have been closed leading to a shortage. the uk plays today against belgium at 2:00 eastern. let's get a check on cnn money. global stocks lower on renewed fears of trade following the lead from wall street. the trump administration is giving mixed signals. the white house scrapped plans for chinese investment in u.s.
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tech. economic adviser larry kudlow said he is not softening his stance. disney clearing another hurdle to buy 21st century fox. justice department approved the bid. one caveat. it will have to sell off the regional sports networks. earlier this month, comcast tried to crash the deal for fox. fox says disney's offer was superior and the two companies entered a merger agreement. do you have $10,000 and want to be your own boss? amazon has a deal for you. it plans to help launch small businesses to deliver providing prime packages. this plan helps solve the challenge of getting packages to
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