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sme customers. it is too much for fedex and the postal service to handle. the president calls the deal a bad deal. the post office is losing money, but the parcel chservice is makg money. >> that is a fascinating experience. i don't want my package to be the one they are experimenting with. "early start" begins now with the battle over the supreme court vacancy. 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.
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what sources say he told lawmakers about texts which has the president claiming bias at the justice department. >> good morning. welcome to "early start." i'm christine romans. >> i'm dave briggs. thursday, june 28th. we have a court opening. not exactly -- i don't know about the dialogue. you be the judge as to that "new york daily" news cover. president trump filling another u.s. supreme court seat as anthony kennedy 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 to north dakota. he intends to put a lasting stamp on the court. >> the travel ban ruling underscores how critical it is
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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. we have jeff zeleny with more. he's in 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, made clear politics are at play as well. >> justice kennedy's retirement makes senate control one of the vital issues of our time. and i'm very honored that he
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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 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. >> jeff in fargo. joining us from los angeles is analyst areva martin. good morning to you. 2:00 a.m. there in l.a.
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here is what jeffrey toobin said what is on the line with the vacancy on the supreme court. >> roe v. wade is doomed. it is gone because president trump won the election. you will see 20 states pass laws banning abortion outright. just banning abortion because they know there are now going to be five votes on the supreme court to overturn roe v. wade. >> areva, is roe v. wade done? >> women hope roe v. wade is not gone. what donald trump continues to say whoever he appoints to the supreme court he will use as a litmus test the ability to overturn roe v. wade. liberals are bracing for an
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appointment of a judge who has expressed through opinions they written or through conversations that they will, in fact, overturn that vote on roe v. wade. there are other cases that this court may have to consider. including immigration. we see cases have been filed in the federal district court with respect to trump's immigration policy on the southern borders. those cases work their way to the top of the judicial system of the supreme court. we have the presidential power with respect to the mueller investigation and subpoena and if donald trump would have to respond to the subpoena. there is gun control rights. voting rights. there are so many con sequential
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decisions. >> this is a pick. we assume the president will pick someone who is a staunch conservative? anthony kennedy was known as a swing vote. there are conservatives who do not want another anthony kennedy. they want someone who will not surprise them on same-sex marriage and the like. is that a fair assessment? >> absolutely. we know the supreme court is deeply divided. the nine justices with the exception of kennedy vote as would be expected based on the president that nominated them. conservatives want to see the new nominee to be a reliable conservative vote casing the question as to whether chief justice roberts is the replacement swing vote and serve the role that kennedy played. we know that from the list that has already been tout by president trump that most of those judges, all of those judges on the list, are staunch
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conservatives. some who have gone on record supporting, outlawing abortion and supporting a conservative agenda. >> when you see that picture of the current supreme court, a reminder, ruth bader ginsburg is 85 years old and stephen breyer turns 80 this year. think of the high court if he gets a second term. areva, thank you. >> and let's bring in political reporter tal kopan. tal, we heard from gillibrand. she said any of the scotus justices would overturn roe v. wade. equal rights is on the line. this is a rallying cry for women and progressives on capitol hill. >> absolutely.
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this is going to turn into arguably the biggest political narrative for both sides for months until this seat is filled. it is going to be a galvanizing issue for both bases. the immense number of consequential sides. this is for progressives and women, it fits into the narrative that they are spinning about president trump and serves to further that narrative. you can expect republicans are just as loud on the same issues in the other direction. >> nothing galvanizes voters like a supreme court opening. let's look at the democrats' options. 51-49 margin, plus mike pence and ten democrats up. is there anything democrats can do? >> it is not likely the
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democrats could stop the nominee unless the nominee is sort of bungled. it is quite possible someone makes a mistake in a conf confirmation hearing. it could open up some doors. for the moderate republicans who could make a difference, now a razor-thin majority. john mccain has not been back during cancer treatment. they are down one vote. if you can convince a murkowski or collins or flake or corker to hold off, then democrats are emboldened. for a republican or red-state democrat to justify voting against a nominee, it cannot be afraid of how they rule. that is not how the politics of this work. they have to make the case they are not a fair jurist. it makes it that much harder. you may see, perhaps, a slight moderation of who is actually picked for fear of outright
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inflaming moderates. it is unfathomable. >> chuck schumer was talking about hypocracy of the confirmati confirmation. >> and their voices deserve to be heard now as leader mcconnell thought they should be heard them. >> what do you make of that? is that going to be a workable argument for the democrats? >> it is a political talking point. is every year an election year? it was a presidential election year. it doesn't apply to midterm
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years? the fact of the matter is mcconnell was in control of the senate during obama's last year. he held up that nominee. chuck schumer is not in control of the senate. if he were, he could have string strings to pull. he doesn't. this is a line of attack for democrats. you have to imagine that a lot of americans and will not be a vote moving attack. >> tal, we will talk to you in the next half hour. chris wray and rod rosenstein testify today before the house committee. expected a grill on the fbi and 2016 campaign. it follows a long day on capitol hill yesterday for peter strzok. he spoke to the panel for more than 11 hours, including
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classified and unclassified sessions. >> peter strzok and lisa page arguing that the text messages they exchanged prove bias. strzok told the house panel that robert 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. he said it was part of an intimate conversation. strzok told committee members 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 what was the genesis of the russia collusion investigation. i don't know how any reasonable person reads the texts and
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suggests there was no bias. >> he was cleared from the questions the republicans were asking. cleared before this that 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 congress member mark meadows calling on the justice department to provide russia and clinton investigation records by july 6th. pedestrian o meadows says if rod rosenstein does not comply, he should be impea impeached. senate allies believe the president is being too safe with the allies. can we believe the same when the president meets with vladimir putin? we will go live to moscow straight ahead. ou havalaumatiry, we have a short amount of time to get our patient to the hospital with good results. we call that the golden hour.
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summit with vladimir putin. the details of the summit expected to be announced today. the president revealing it is likely to take place after the nato summit in brussels in july. let's go to moscow and bring in fred pleitgen. what will we likely hear these two discuss? >> reporter: likely to hear them talk about some of the things the president said yesterday, dave, syria and ukraine as well. those two major issues. one of the things the national security adviser john bolton said at the conference yesterday after the meeting with vladimir putin is apparently the meddling in the 2016 election could very well also be on the table. the big question is going to be where is the summit take place? right now we are hearing helsin helsinki. vienna is on the table as well. you were saying the middle of july is likely. the president is in europe in the middle of july. vladimir putin has to be in russia on the 15th for the end of the soccer world cup.
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planning around that is what they seem to be doing. dave, we always have to point out that the president says this is good for america and the world. some of american allies not so sure. a bit concerned about the fractured alliance that president trump has had with them. embracing leaders like kim jong-un and vladimir putin and the chinese leadership as well. >> should make for fascinating optics. fred, thank you. satellite images showing north korea making upgrades to the nuclear facility. planned upgrades were under way before the trump/kim summit in singapore. this casts doubt on the commitment to denuclearization. we have will ripley. will, if you have the buildings and facilities, how does that fit to the path of denuclearization? >> reporter: it is interesting. i was looking at pictures from
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pyongyang yesterday that show some construction of apartments in the city which has ground to the halt. you have the nuclear reactor and improvements to the cooling system of the plutonium reactor. you wonder why north korea is investing resources in the facility after vowing to denuclearization after the summit with president trump. eyebrow raising after the agreement that the united states has yet to negotiate. secretary of state mike pompeo will be meeting at some point with the north korean counterparts to get specifics on the timeline for denuclearization. he said it will take quite some time. he said there is no timeline now. dramatically different from the few weeks ago. it could happen in a matter of months. north korea is a nuclear threat, contradicting president trump. president trump said the nuclear threat was over after the meeting. the u.s. defense secretary james
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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 took his piece acknowledge to north dakota -- took his message to north dakota saying he intends to put a lasting stamp on the supreme 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. 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
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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, made clear that politics are at play as well. >> 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 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
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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 the republicans hold the senate and the house. dave and christine. >> jeff in fargo. the president taking on democrat heidi heitkamp in the fall. last night, the president cast heitkamp as a 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. 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.
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>> the president failed to mention she was one of three democrats who broke ranks and voted to confirm gorsuch. heitkamp is willing to work with the president if he is willing to work with north dakota. there are nine others up for democrats. >> she is trying to be diplomatic. >> let's bring in tal kopan in washington. let's start with the supreme court pick. an exit may echo for generations is how "the new york times" states it. how strong is the fight for the democrats for the timing and the pick? >> i expect the fight to be strong. the question is will it be fruitful. >> fruitless? >> in the sense they can do anything. you will hear vorciforious
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opposition. some from one who is a staunch conservative and someone who is likely to be young like he has done with the rest of the nominees for the lower courts. purposely picking people likely to get a long lifetime appointment. this is a generational change on the supreme court. you will hear democrats cry out loudly about it. it is unclear if they will be able to actually accomplish anything other than motivating voters. >> as with every supreme court opening, roe v. wade is discussed. it was trending all day long on twitter. you see two democrats kirsten gillibrand and elizabeth warren tweeting about that issue and jeffrey toobin said this about that issue in the future.
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s>> roe v. wade is doomed. it is gone because donald trump won the election. you are going to see 20 states pass laws banning an abortion outright. just banning an abortion because they know that there are now going to be five votes on the supreme court to overturn roe v. wade. >> is roe v. wade soon to be overturned? what else is at stake here, tal? >> when you talk about soon to be overturned, i think jeffrey toobin was making the point which was most robust. in the way the courts work works, a case has to work up to them. what we have seen in general is conservatives have over the years passed a series of laws restricting abortion to feel out the courts and where they can get away with making it more difficult and where they cannot get away with it. now they know potentially the
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supreme court could have five justices who may be willing to substantially eat away at roe v. wade or overturn it all together. you will see a lot of the boundary testing laws as he was making. you will see states push the envelope more than they have before with confidence by the time it makes its way to the supreme court, the laws may be able to stand. you may see an erosion over time. you will see gay rights and affirmative action. all of those cases testing the waters through the court system. >> the battle after the battle is trump's re-election. ruth bader ginsburg is 85. beyer is 80 this summer. he could have four picks. >> tal, you cover immigration for us. there is an important message i don't want to be lost.
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just six children have been reunited with their families from the separation at the border from the trump administration policies. i don't think we should let this fade into the headlines. there is a lot of work to be done for the administration to reunite families. what do we know? >> christine, we know that six children -- six fewer children are in hhs custody than a week ago. we don't know if they have been reunited or released to a sponsor facility. hhs is not answering that question and not answering a lot of questions. including the question of who is in charge. we should note somewhere upwards of 500 children were reunited before the executive order came down. they were mostly in hhs custody. we have 2,000 kids remaining in hhs custody.
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we now have a court order that they need to be reunited, youngest ones of them in two weeks. the majority of them within 30 days. we have continued to ask the administration who is in charge and which cabinet official does the buck stop with and who is taking the responsibility to pro-actively reunite kids and not wait until the parents get out or deported and apply for their kids to be brought back to them. those questions still have not been answered. >> our banner says the administration scrambles to reunite migrants. i'm not sure anyone is scrambling. my concern is no one is scrambling to reunite. we shall see and not stop talking about it. thank you, tal. do you have $10,000 and want to be your own boss? amazon has a deal for you. cnn money is next. alright, i brought in new max protein
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the panel for more than 11 hours. >> strzok and lisa page are exhibit a for republicans who argue the anti-trump texts prove fbi bias against the president. sources from both parties tell cnn strzok told the panel robert 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. he said they were part of the intimate conversation. >> 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
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questions the republicans were asking. it was clear before this that the republicans wanted 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 mark meadows calling on the justice department to provide russia and clinton investigation records by july 6th. meadows says if rod rosenstein does not comply, he should being impeached. joe jackson, patriar patria the jackson family has died. he managed the careers of michael and janet jackson. latoya tweeted you gave us strength and one of the most famous families in the world. i appreciate that.
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i will never forget our moments. joe jackson was 89. let's get a check on cnn money. president trump softening tough talk on china. decided against outright limits on chinese investment into the u.s. u.s. has long accused china of stealing u.s. technology. in may, the white house with restrictions on chinese investment in tech and tougher export controls. both unveiled this week, but instead. senior officials say the u.s. will rely on congress to strength an existing panel. the committee on foreign investment in the u.s. is a panel which screens for national security threats. the white house punted on export controls for industrial technology saying the commerce department will study the issue. on monday, tech stocks fell when the news broke of the limits of chinese investment. steve mnuchin said china was not the focus. >> we will have the necessary
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tools to protect investment whether china or somebody else. we will protect technology transfer to china as we will other areas. >> through the modern struck tuck. that -- structure. that gave stocks a boost. then optimism evaporated after larry kudlow said the president is not softening the stance on china. >> it will be comprehensive and effective at protecting our technology family jewels in the united states. >> you have to protect those. >> dave laughs. >> you have to protect those. >> i'm in 6th grade. global stocks are down. disney clearing another hurdle to buy 21st century fox. the bid approved. one caveat. it will have to sell off fox's regional sports networks.
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it's big news from verizon. (shoes squeaking) and you could save some money. (scattered applause) wow. all this for us? yeah, and every other family in america. i think the kowalskis are next. (vo) one family, different unlimited plans on the network you deserve. starting at $40 per line. the defending champs, germany, out of the world cup. >> andy scholes has more in the "bleacher report." >> good morning. every four years, the world cup brings countries together. mexico and south korea now forever friends after yesterday. mexico playing sweden. at the same time germany playing south korea. once sweden took the lead on mexico, germany knew they had to
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beat south korea in order to advance. if that happened, mexico could be out of the world cup. it was desperation time for germany. in the 93rd minute, south korea scored a goal. at that moment, word spread that germany would not win and mexican fans celebrated around the globe. some even hoisting up koreans on their shoulders and carrying them around in mexico. mexico now moves on to play brazil in the knockout stage. germany out for the first time ever in group stage. harry kane and his team take the pitch against belgium. there may not be enough beer for fans. right now, beer is rationed in england due to a carbon dioxide shortage. booker, a major uk wholesalinew limiting ten cases per day per
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brand. the carbon dioxide is a byproduct of ammonia. several plants in europe are closed for maintenance. terrible timing for the soccer fans there in the uk. final group stage games today. action gets started at 10:00 a.m. athletes have their way of getting psyched up for a game or competition. check out swimmer christian strycker. he does a full on beyonce rendition before getting in the pool. strycker is a huge beyonce fan. he would love a summer job as a back-up dancer. he is qualified. >> solid moves. you know what the kids are doing today. they're doing the pickle. the young kids. i have witnessed many a little league baseball player doing the
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pickle or the floss on the field. can you do the pickle? >> i can't do the pickle. i won't try. >> can you do the thanks for joining us. i'm christine romans. >> i'm dave briggs. "new day" starts right now. >> you can do the macarena. >> it will be 40 years, 45 years. >> we will vote to confirm kennedy's successor. >> remember what you said when obama was president? >> america should make their voices heard. >> everything is on the line here. welcome to our viewers in the united states and all around the

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