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trump/putin summit. president putin, he just said it's not russia. i will say this, i don't see any reason why it would be. >> disgraceful, bizarre, shameful. that's just from republicans. allies from capitol hill to fox news ripping the president's appeasement of vladimir putin. >> how about twitters? good morning. welcome to "early start." i'm dave briggs. tuesday, july 17th. we start with the president back in washington this morning after a summit with russian president vladimir putin. and it capped the overseas trip which could go down as one of the most damaging in u.s. history. he sold out the america with this answer. >> just now, president putin denied with the election interference in 2016.
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every agency concluded that russia did. my first question for you, sir, who do you believe? >> let me say that we have two thoughts. you have groups that are wondering why the fbi never took the server. why haven't they taken the server? why was the fbi told to leave the office of the democratic national committee? with that being said, all i can do is ask the question. my people came to me. dan coats came to me and others said they think it's russia. i have president putin and he just said it's not russia. i will say this. i don't see any reason why it would be. >> the president also holding both countries responsible when asked if russia is to blame for anything. the joint news conference met with condemnation that was swift, broad and unrelenting from voices in the president's corner.
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>> dozens of republicans spoke out against the comments. among the strongest is from john mccain. he called the conference one of the most disgraceful performan e performances of an american president in recent memory. it is clear the helsinki summit was a tragic mistake. >> the top at the dredge report. newt gingrich said this was the most serious mistake of the president's presidency and must be corrected immediately. more of the same on fox news. sean hannity spoke to the president and did not bring up the information, but many at fox news did. >> trump clearly should not have created any semblance of moral equivolancy and assurances of vladimir putin. >> this is the time for the president to look putin in the eye and said you will be punished for what you did in 2016. >> he didn't.
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>> that's what made it disgusting. that is what made his performance disgusting. it is not a right or left thing. this is wrong. u.s. president on foreign soil talking to our biggest enemy or adversary. i don't know how we define him these days. >> abby huntsman, the daughter of jon huntsman, tweeted this. no negotiation is worth throwing your own people and country under the bus. there was this perspective from fox contributor ari flesher. tweeting that trump only sees russia interference through the lens of whether he won or lost. that should not blind him for how wrong it was for russia to interfere. i believe mueller and the intel community. trump should too. >> intelligence community
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leaders standing by the assessment of the russian threat like dan coats who said friday the warning lights are blinking. he reaffirmed after the summit. quote, we have been clear in our assessment of russian meddling in the 2016 election and the ongoing efforts to undermine our democracy and we will continue to provide unvarnished and objective intelligence in support of our national security. whether the president will read it and agree with it is another thing. >> and the new york daily news cover with the statement open treason. and mr. trump insisted there was no collusion with russia, but refusing to acknowledge the facts of russia behavior while trashing his country is a system as mr. trump was openly colluding with a hostile foreign power.
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>> the president tried damage control on the way back to washington. tweeting, as i said many times, i have great confidence in my intelligence people. his aides dealt with the fallout, the white house e-mailed talking points to republican surrogates. the president kept talking about servers and e-mails and electoral victories. >> one put it this way. this in helsinki, this was not the plan. >> vladimir putin got a pass from the president, but not chris wallace of fox news. >> may i give this to you to look at sir? >> that was wallace offering putin a copy of the mueller indictments of the 12 russian military intelligences officers. the exchange that followed was contentious. >> mr. putin trying to justify
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the hacking of democrats by offering the information that was hacked was true. >> translator: was it some rigging of facts? was it some forgery of facts? that is the important thing i'm trying to make. was this any false information planted? no, it wasn't. >> may i say, you are indicating they stole real money, not counterfeit money. are you saying it is okay because the facts they took from the dnc and john podesta that it is the real e-mails. so it is okay to hack? >> translator: there is nothing false about it. every grain of it is true and the democratic leadership admitted it. the first point. now the second point. if you don't like my answer, you can give it to me straightaway and i'll keep silence. if you want americans to listen to my opinion, could you wait a little bit. >> let's go live to sam kiley.
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sam, russian authorities must be happy with how this turned out. russian isolation because of hacking and invading ukraine and takedown of mh-17. isolated from the g8 and standing on the world stage, the president basically saying i believe vladimir putin. >> reporter: yeah. i think the reaction can be summed up by sergei lavrov by saying it was better than superb. the russian foreign minister had to deal with the fallout of russian isolation on today of all days the anniversary of the downing of that aircraft with the deaths of nearly 300 people. in that context, this is roaring success as far as the kremlin is concerned. on top of that, and as people focus on the reaction of
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republicans and others disgusted by the performance of president trump in helsinki at the summit, think of the allies at the end of the trip which donald trump attacked nato and said the european union was a foe. embarrassed theresa may. the special relationship undermined with brexit remarks. then that comment in helsinki. that plays strongly into the hands of vladimir putin for whom chaos in the rivals is victory. >> sam, thank you for that. from moscow this morning. >> let's bring in oliver darcy. your first trip here to "early start." >> good morning. >> you were up late watching how this played in trump country and the trump/putin played out on fox news. >> it was not too surprising on fox news on primetime.
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you saw hosts come out in defense of the president. sean hannity had an interview with trump. it was more like a chat with friends. interview started with hannity complimenting how strong trump was at the conference. >> let's take a look. >> you literally finished the press conference with president putin moments ago. a lot came up. you were very strong at the end of the press conference. you said where are the servers. what about what peter strzok said? where are the 30,000 e-mails. there was a mystery answer that surprised a lot of people by the president of russia as it relates to the mueller investigation. >> right. first of all, there was no collusion whatsoever. if they had it, it would have been out. >> i don't think russia is our close friend. of course they tried to interfere in our an feffaaffair. they had for a long time.
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some have done for years. mexico is routinely interfering in our elections. >> bravo, sir. i did not see mechanixican elec interference. >> stunning comments when you take a moment to think about them. not surprising. these guys have been on fox news supporting the president day in and day out crisis after crisis. i'm not surprised they come in and offer a shelter from the monsoon of criticism for the president. that said, the president did receive a lot of criticism on fox news earlier from abby huntsman and a number of others. >> in the news afternoon of fox news, you heard john roberts, the white house correspondent who with said the president threw america under the bus. there was criticism and straight news reporting for sure. you wonder if the president takes that to heart or needs a
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sit-down with friends to bolster his -- let's talk about "the wall street journal." journal has been critical on the president on trade and taking him to task. details from the talks in helsinki whill spill out. monday's joint conference was a personal and national embarra embarrassme embarrassment. does the president take these things to heart? >> i think he does. he takes things to heart when it comes from allies and people who have supportive of him in the past. when "the wall street journal" comes out and newt gingrich said you need to remedy this immediately. and the banner of putin dominated the summit, not trump. if he does see them, it will be bothersome. he needs to remedy those things. it is interesting to see today how the white house and trump moves to clean up the mess he made in helsinki.
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will he hold a press conference today? there is nothing on the schedule so far. we will see as the day moves forward and the crisis plays out in day two and what the white house moves to do. >> it depends on how it plays on the show on 6:00 to 9:00. expect a pressor from sarah sanders. we have phil wegmann with us now. how should this play? >> i think what we need to look back to is the so-called obama apology tour. we heard about this on fox news when president obama went and talked about u.s. foreign relations and how this was supposedly a slap in the face back during his administration. he was going to apologize for the conduct of the country. i think there is something similar here and this could back fire on this -- backfire on this
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president. there is a vice -- viceral emotion. those votes in indiana and north dakota can scratch their heads and say we don't care about russian meddling. what we don't want someone to say is we are just like the russians. i think this is a dangerous moment for the president. >> we can play the sound of the apology tour of the president before he was president said when he was a nominee. and contrast that to yesterday. listen. >> instead of an apology tour, which you saw president obama give over and over again, i will proudly promote our system of government and our way of life as the best in the world just like we did in our campaign against communism during the cold war. >> i hold both countries
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responsible. i think the united states has been foolish. i think we all have been foolish. we should have had this dialogue a long time ago. long time before i got to office. we are all to blame. >> we heard that from him before. he said he should not be in the position. he tries to give thhimself a break. this should have been fixed before me. going back to the both sides responsible. going back to that like with charlottesville and white suprema supremacy. >> that is his go-to rhetoric. he wants to condemn something, but doesn't. oh, well. this is bad. there is also this you have to look into. we saw him do that in charlottesville. that was a moment for the president that was not good. we see him doing it again. >> the mess after that. the backtra tracking and not th back tracking. i wonder how it plays out for
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president putin, he just said it's not russia. i will say this, i don't see any reason why it would be. >> disgraceful, bizarre, shameful. that's just from republicans. allies from capitol hill to fox news ripping the president's appeasement of vladimir putin. welcome back to "early start." i'm christine romans. >> i'm dave briggs. we start with the president back in washington this morning after a summit with russian president vladimir putin. it capped the overseas trip that could go down as one of the most damaging in american city. the president sold out the intelligence community with this answer to this question. >> just now, president putin denied with the election interference in 2016.
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every intelligence agency has concluded that russia did. my first question for you, sir, who do you believe? >> let me say that we have two thoughts. you have groups that are wondering why the fbi never took the server. why haven't they taken the server? why was the fbi told to leave the office of the democratic national committee? with that being said, all i can do is ask the question. my people came to me. dan coats came to me and others said they think it's russia. i have president putin and he just said it's not russia. i will say this. i don't see any reason why it would be. >> the president also holding both countries responsible when asked if russia is to blame for anything. the joint news conference met with condemnation that was swift, broad and unrelenting from voices in the president's corner. dozens of republicans spoke out of the president's comments. including leaders in the house
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and senate. >> among the strongest rejection from gravely ill senator john mccain who called the conference one of the most disgraceful by an american president in recent memory. it is clear that the helsinki summit was a tragic mistake. >> the top at the dredge report. newt gingrich said this was the most serious mistake of the president's presidency and must be corrected immediately. there was more of the same on fox news. >> trump clearly should not have created any semblance of moral equality of assurances of vladimir putin. >> this is the time for the president to look putin in the eye and said you will be punished for what you did in 2016. >> he didn't. >> that's what made it disgusting. that is what made his performance disgusting. it is not a right or left thing. this is wrong. u.s. president on foreign soil talking to our biggest enemy or adversary.
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or competitor. i don't know how we define him these days. essentially letting this difficult get an -- this guy get away with this. >> and dan coats said friday the warning lights are blinking. he reaffirmed after the summit, we have been clear after the assessment of the 2016 election and the efforts to undermine our democracy. we will continue to haprovide unvarnished and objective intelligence in support of our national security. >> house and senate leaders spoke out against the president's remarks. among the strongest remarks was
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from many senators. and trashing his own country's justice system, mr. trump was openly colluding with the criminal leader of the hostile foreign power. >> the president tried damage control on the way back to washington. tweeting, as i said many times, i have great confidence in my intelligence people. his aides dealt with the fallout, the white house e-mailed talking points to republican surrogates. one involved in the summit put it this way, this was not the plan. vladimir putin got a pass from trump, but not chris wallace of fox news. >> may i give this to you to look at sir? >> that was wallace offering putin a copy of the mueller
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indictments of the 12 intelligence officers. >> something that should be required reading for americans. it lays it out in great detail. let's bring back phil wegmann and oliver darcy. yesterday, you had neville chamberlain trending on twitter. does the president change his tone? >> it is not like that. i think what might get under the president's skin is when he turns on fox news and sees a host call his performance disgusting or "the wall street journal" saying he is showing weakness abroad.
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those in trump's corner will bother the president and he needs to figure out how to clean this up moving forward. will he come out defending his performance or double down on comments or recede? you saw him come back in the tweet on air force one as he headed back to the united states. it will be interesting how it plays forward moving into today. >> there is nothing planned for today? >> nothing on the schedule. no white house pressor. phil, a couple of interesting press moments. the house leaders will talk this morning and senate leaders talk this afternoon. they were very critical of what took place. what is your reaction and how should it play in trump country where elected to make america great again. >> i think that what we saw yesterday is that a lot of republicans realize that trump had an opportunity to step in the shoes of reagan and treat
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them that republicans said they are for decades. instead, president trump softballs the summit with putin and throws his director of national intelligence under the bus. this is not something that will play well, i think, even in trump country. this changes with america first message. we saw it not with only mcconnell and ryan, but with representatives and senators even from trump country. my hometown in indiana where you have senator todd young and jim banks. two pro trump guys saying this was a mistake. >> it is fascinating here. let's listen to what the president said yesterday that caught my attention. he is somebody who likes to talk tough and be blunt. he respects strength. this is what he said about putin. >> i have great confidence in my
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intelligence people, but i will tell you that president putin was extremely strong and powerful in his denial today. >> oliver, the optics for the president who likes to be tough, he respected and bowed to somebody who is tough and made himself look weak. remarkable. perplexing he would do that. >> it is not something he likes to be called on. he likes to be portrayed as a tough guy and won't take nonsense from anyone. he will turn on fox and read his favorite paper and seeing the criticism on the post where he can see no evil. it makes him look weak and that will really bother him. >> weakness is above all the things that bother this president. the word lackey is trending on twitter because it appears he is putin's lackey. phil, why everyone is asking why the president would do this?
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he wanted this summit. he wanted that question. he knew that question would be asked. why go there? why take that question? why show weakness? >> because this president is incapable of separating criticism of the electoral meddling of the elections and the 2016 success of his. he cannot say i won the election despite real problems from russia. if he was able to, you know, separate his own ego from the very serious national security threat, i think he would be better off. instead he is not capable of doing that. as a result, like oliver said, he does look weak. i think he will compare this to the trip to singapore and see the reactions are very different here. even from fox news and even from his own supporters. this will go down as a serious mistake.
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>> oliver, we are showing ari fleischer there. i wonder, oliver, if the people around the president here advising the president need to get out and the talking points the president's favorite tv shows and in the newspapers need to be you won fair and square. despite meddling. there was meddling. to flip it round and get him to -- around and get him to understand that. >> you have to appeal to his ego. they go on and they compliment him and try to get to the real issue. it will be interesting to see if that happens today on fox. if people go on and say, you won the election fair and square, but there is an issue of russian meddling we need to take seriously. you cannot go on foreign soil and really show weakness to vladimir putin and blame the u.s. for poor russia relations. that will play very poorly with his base.
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it will play poorly with democrats. that is what the president needs to address moving forward. >> it is interesting. all of the republicans we put up on the screen, most all on paper. will they run from the cameras and microphones today when people are looking for comment? would ben sasse? read the comments of the meeting. oliver darcy and phil wegmann, thank you. world leaders are not the only ones stunned by the comments of the president. listen to the late night comics.
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is stunning. the president chose russia. presented with the choice of his own intelligence agencies and russia. the president in front of the world chose russia. on the show today we have democrats. we have republicans. we have clinton officials. we have reagan officials coming on to help understand where we are this morning. anthony scaramucci. what will he say about this? he has been critical of the president on some issues, including trade. i have to believe that he was not pleased with what he saw yesterday. a communications nightmare, but more than that. i'll tell you one other thing this morning over the course of the show. the president is probably waking up right now. he got back to the white house overnight. will he try to clean this up this morning? if he does -- >> how would he? >> that is the interesting thing. he does the executive time from the east wing. he can wake up and get on
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twitter. that is so small. twitter is so small compared to what happened yesterday which was the world stage. standing next to the russian leader. you cannot undo that with a tweet. i'm not sure he wants to undo it. that is what we will watch this morning. the next four hours will be fascinating and crucial for the presidency. >> nothing scheduled for the communications team. >> nothing to see here. >> the house and senate will speak this morning. mitch mcconnell and paul ryan all eyes on them to back up what they said on paper. >> this is what i expect from paul ryan. tax cuts are helping the economy. i like the tax cuts. i'm in favor of the tax cuts. i wish the president hadn't said that, but i like the tax cuts. >> he was critical yesterday. we shall see. it will be interesting. >> it will be interesting. >> i give your paul ryan impression a solid 8 on the paul ryan impression. thank you. talk to you soon. >> a similar thing there. school boy look.
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gates and warren buffett combined. ahead, big drama at the home run derby. bryce harper with the home fans sending the fans home happy.
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the others don't. we offer up to 6 hours of 4g wireless network backup. everyone else, no way. we let calls from any of your devices come from your business number. them, not so much. we let you keep an eye on your business from anywhere. the others? nope! get internet on our gig-speed network and add voice and tv for $34.90 more per month. call or go on line today. a federal judge ordering the federal government to pause deportations of reunited families. it gives parents to understand the children's right to due process before agreeing to deportation. all of this after revealed that potentially hundreds of parents who were separated from the children at the border may have already been deported. more than 2,500 children between
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ages 5 and 17 remain separated from parents. the parents of hundreds of kids have yet to be accounted for. in hawaii, frightening scene shows the moments a lava bomb hits the boat tour. [ screaming ] >> you can't see much, but you can hear the terror. the hot lava punctured the boat roof. the vessel returned to shore. 23 people were injured and 13 of the victims treated at a local hospital. it is unclear where all of this happened. about an hour boat ride from the harbor to lava plunging into the sea. kilauea volcano started erupting back in early may. an oregon woman who took a 250-foot plunge off a cliff lives to tell about it. angela hernandez stuck on the beach in big sur for seven days. she said she survived on rain
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water and walked up and down the beach screaming for help. a husband and wife finally found her after discovering the destroyed vehicle. she took a picture with the woman who rescued her. hernandez was taken where she was treated for a brain hemorrhage and collapsed lung. bryce harper is major league baseball home run derby champ. he won in front of the hometown fans in dramatic fashion. the nationals star slugging nine homers in the final 47 seconds of regulation. he tied kyle schwarber before defeating the cubs star with a blast in bonus time. 19-18. there is controversy brewing online. critics claim his dad broke the rules by not waiting for the previous ball to land before throwing the next pitch. take into account how hard it is to hit nine homers in 47
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seconds. bryce harper with a tough year and great night. >> thanks for joining us. i'm christine romans. >> i'm president putin was extremely strong in his denial today. >> president the word of the kgb over the men and women of the cia. >> it was of the most cowardly surrender of american interest in modern history. >> president trump will always put the security of america first. >> he did not put america first. he put himself first. >> in the coming days it was time to stand up and say which side are we on. >> announcer: this is "new day" with alisyn camerota and john berman. >> we want to welcome our viewers from around the united states and the world. it is tuesday, july 17th. we have a very big day to try to talk about and analyze what happened yesterday. there was a tidal

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