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been recovered from the downed lion air in indonesia. will it help figure out what brought down the plane? and the university of maryland fires coach d.j. durkin. defying the recommendation to let durkin stay after a player died on his watch. >> good morning. welcome to "early start." i'm christine romans. >> i'm dave briggs. it is thursday, november 1st. 5:00 a.m. in the east. hope you had a great halloween. >> hide the candy. one rally down. ten to go. president trump in florida at the first event in the week-long 11th hour push to the midterms. it is the web ad he tweeted out before the rally drawing attention and called out for portraying hispanics as criminals. the ad echos the 1988 willie horton ad. >> the trump ad features a california cop killer in the u.s. illegally bragging about his crimes.
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>> absolutely. i would kill more. [ bleep ] [ bleep ] kill more cops. >> the cop killer had been deported twice. once under clinton. once under george w. bush. democratic party chairman tom perez says it's another immigration dog whistle. >> this is donald at his worst. this is fear mongering. >> so the white house is not disagreeing. a source there telling cnn the ad and the president's immigration push are quote clearly working. we're talking about it and not health care. the president also now claims as many as 15,000 troops could be sent to the border to stop the migrants heading to the u.s. a caravan now 800 miles away from the border.
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we have chief white house correspondent jim acosta with the latest on the president's pitch. >> reporter: christine and dave, president trump appears to have found the closing argument for the midterms. immigration. using the inflammatory rhetoric here on the campaign trail here in florida, the president demonized the caravan of migrants heading to mexico's border with u.s. i -- he also vowed to end the birthright citizenship which is baked in the 14th amendment. here is more of what the president had to say. >> the democratic party is openly encouraging millions of illegal aliens to break our laws and violate our borders. you see what's happening right now. a vote for democrats is a vote to liquidate our borders and let meth, fentanyl, heroin and other deadly drugs come across our borders. >> reporter: he vented his frustration over the media
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coverage over the tree of life synagogue victims. the president referred to the press as the enemy of the people less than a week after package bombs were sent to cnn. christine and dave. >> jim, thank you. i mentioned axel rose in the last segment. if you asked the president the migrant caravan is bigger than the media reporting, this is how he put it to jonathan karl at abc. >> you have caravans coming up that look larger than reported. i'm pretty good at estimating crowd size. they look a lot bigger. >> i'm pretty good at estimating crowd size. he is going after paul ryan. should be focused on holding majority rather than opinions on birthright citizenship. something he knows nothing
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about. in the interview with the kentucky radio station, paul ryan says you cannot end birthright citizenship with executive order. ted cruz last night on fox news has not seen any constitutional argument that says you can do that with executive order. no one stepping up to say that's the right path. the midterm blitz is taking the president to arizona. claire mccaskill has help from a possible 2020 contender joe biden. >> you have her running against c claire who says he supports pre-existing conditions being covered. he joins the lawsuit in texas to make sure these guys are either not telling the truth or they're really, really stupid or both. >> the latest cnn forecast has mccaskill ahead by one point.
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injection of star power for the georgia governor's race. oprah winfrey hitting the trail to stump for stacey abrams. she plans to do door-to-door knocking in atlanta to get out the vote. imagine people's surprise when that happens. vice president mike pence will campaign in georgia for abrams' rival, brian kemp. he will attend three rallies across the state. the final debate is canceled as kemp backed off the sunday time slot to satisattend a rally for president. the suspect in the pittsburgh synagogue massacre set to appear in court. robert bowers was indicted on 44 counts. many carry the death penalty. today's services will be held for 65-year-old richard gottfried. and the married couple bernice and sylvan simon. yesterday, three other members of the congregation were laid to
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rest. joyce fienberg and melvin wax and irving younger. students also rallied on campus for tighter gun regulations. california officials hope they can find the vandal after this surveillance video was released spraying graffiti on the synagogue. the number of hate crimes jumped last year continuing the trend from 2015. american workers, your wages are rising. the largest wage increase up 3.1%. the increase is reflecting the strengths of the economy and low unemployment rate. the jobless rate fell to 3.4%. the wages have been the missing link in the economy since the recovery in 2008. the national arrechives has
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just released the watergate road map. the documents have never been seen before. it reveals how the grand jury would charge nixon with the bribery charges. the president was never formally charged, but named a coc coconspiritor. google employees planning to stage a walkout at offices around the world against sexual harassment. it comes after the article detailing years of sexual harassment charges and lack of transparency. google's ceo voicing support for the employees who wish to participate in the protest.
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the beacon of the flight date recorder for days. they were finally able to get through fast under water currents and reach the sea bed with the help of the remote operated vehicle and dig through the mud to pull up the device. the so-called black box which is actually colored orange so you can find it in the murk of the ocean. then it will take weeks if not months to extract the data analyze it according to the head of the investigation here in indonesia. it is a breakthrough as to explain why the brand new boeing 737 max airplane went down approximately 13 minutes after takeoff on monday morning with 189 passengers and crew on board. could it be the same aircraft reported to have the instrument
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malfunction the night before on the proceeding flight which is something the investigators say are looking at here? it is little consequenolation o relatives of the victims of the disaster. some said they are desperate to retre retrieve the bodies of the missing loved ones. thank you, ivan. >> saudi agents strangled "washington post" journalist jamal khashoggi almost immediately after he entered the consulate and dismembered his body. now officials have a gruesome theory of what happened to his remains. i want to bring in jomana karadsheh live in istanbul. from this reporting, jomana, it seems he did not have a chance. >> reporter: it does, christine.
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the latest information that we're getting, this is the first time we're hearing from the chief prosecutor in istanbul heading the investigation which has been going for nearly a month into the killing of jamal khashoggi. in the statement, the chief prosecutor says this was premeditated murder. something turkish officials have been saying for a few weeks now. the details they are giving according to the investigation, they say jamal khashoggi was killed almost immediately after entering the consulate and strangled to death and his body dismembered and destroyed. they don't clarify in the statement what they mean by destroyed. we have been trying to get clarification from turkish officials. in the meantime, "the washington post" quoting a senior turkish official saying they are pursuing a theory that acid was used to destroy the body. that happened here at the consulate or the
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consul-general's residence not far from this location. they say what supports this theory is the evidence they gathered from the consulate garden. despite this latest information coming from the turkish authorities, they say there are many questions remaining unanswer unanswered. they are frustrated from the lack of cooperation from the saudis. they are trying to get the answers to the location of the remains of jamal khashoggi and who ordered the hit from the squad that killed jamal khashoggi. christine. >> jomana, thank you for that. in istanbul for us today. one day after getting his job back, the university of maryland's head football coach is fired. coy wire has more in the "bleacher report" next. sometimek is more than just a day at the ballpark. [stadium announcer] all military members stand and be recognized.
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over. the cdc is assisting with lab testing to make sure there are no other cases. the team of infection control experts will visit four long-term facilities later this month for training. an intoxicated baggage handler flew from kansas city to chicago in the belly of a 737. the employee took a nap in the forward cargo before the flight took off. he wasn't discovered until they lapded landed. -- landed. the employee has been suspended. baseball is mourning the loss of one of the all-time hall of fame greats. willie mccovey. he was a fierce hitter in the '60s and '70s. the giants paying tribute to mccovey flying flags at at&t
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park at half staff. he died after battling ongoing health issues. what a legend. university of maryland fires football coach d.j. durkin one day after he returned to the sidelines. coy wire has more in the "bleacher report." this did not go over well, coy. then an audible and they got it right. >> outrage from the government officials and students at maryland. the university president made the decision to fire d.j. durkin one day after the board of regents recommend he be reinstated. this happened after jordan mcnair died of heat stroke in may. some players walked out of the team meeting after hearing the news that durkin was brought back to coach the team. the student government president announced plans to stage a protest at maryland's home game
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this weekend. mcnair's father who characterized the board de's decision as a punch to the gut. thanked the university president who took it upon himself to do the right thing. d.j. durkin hasn't released a public statement on the firing. let's go to the nba and wind back the clock to 2011 when derrick rose won the mvp before the knee surgeries. now to the game last night. 50 points. a career high and the win -- against the jazz. he stepped up on defense blocking the last second shot attempt to tie the game. afterwards, the 30-year-old from chicago, illinois was overcome with emotion when asked what this game meant to him. >> everything, man. i worked my [ bleep ] off.
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i did this for the franchise and the organization and fans. everybody. i would not be able to play without them. i played my heart out. i played my game. tonight was a hell of a night. let's go to boston where the red sox and players and fans spent halloween celebrating another world series title. as you can expect, things got out of control. look at this. a fan threw a beer at the duck boat driving the team. it hits the trophy and bends the flags on there. manager alex cora had choice words for those who doubted the team during the season. >> think about it. the yankees. the sky was falling. we lost game two. it was panic here. everybody said, whoa, it's over. we scored 16 at yankee stadium.
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>> good morning. >> hello. >> dave, you know it is incredible what boston has done. as a kid, he had a sign as 16 years old. 11 championships. >> #spoiled. just a note to any fan celebrating a championship. you don't throw a full beer can at the athletes. >> why waste a beer? >> i think they are trying to hook up the players, but that hurts. >> no doubt. >> thank you, coy. romans. >> thank you, dave. 26 minutes past the hour. hispanics are criminals. it is a blatant clear message in the campaign ad the president tweeted. will the immigration message work for him for the midterms? in-lwere coming, a little bit of water, it really- it rocked our world. i had no idea the amount of damage that water could do. we called usaa. and they greeted me as they always do.
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>> a new ad campaign portrays hispanics as criminals as the president's 11th hour rally around immigration. three more funerals today for the victims of the pittsburgh synagogue massacre. the suspect faces dozens of death penalty counts. one of the black boxes has been recovered from the downed lion air jet off indonesia. will it help determine what brought down the new model plane with 189 on board? and the university of maryland fires coach d.j. durkin. defying the recommendation to let durkin stay after a player died on his watch. welcome back to "early start." i'm christine romans. >> i'm dave briggs. hope you had a happy halloween. one rally down. 11 to go. the president's week-long push to the midterms. it is the web ad he tweeted before the rally that is drawing attention and called out for
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blatt bla -- blatantly racist. it highlights the willie horton ad for bush 41. >> it features a california cop killer and horton bragging about his crimes. >> absolutely. i would kill more. [ bleep ] [ bleep ] [ bleep ] kill more cops. >> the cop killer had been deported twice. once under clinton. once under george w. bush. democratic party chairman tom perez says this is just another dog whistle. >> this is distracting, divisive donald at his worst. this is fear mongering. >> the ad in the push is clearly
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working. we are talking about it and not health care. the president also claims as many as 15,000 troops could be sent to the border to stop the migrants heading to the u.s. the caravan which is now more than 800 miles away and several weeks away from our border. >> let's bring in zach wolf live in washington. let's talk about the ad. a lot of folks are gobsmacked at this stage of the midterm race that this would come out. it is called a dog whistle or bull horn here. talk to me about your view of what the washington view is of this ad. >> i think people are shocked at this ad going through your e-mail and looking at the reactions pour in. people are comparing it to the willie horton ad, but this is
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the president's campaign rhetoric. the president calling people rapists. it is still shocking to see this kind of thing. especially after essentially the untruths he said about the migrants who are headed this way. you know, it is this last-minute thing which shouldn't surprise us about this president anymore. it is still quite shocking to see. >> the willie horton ad worked, by the way. >> it did. often times these despicable ads work. jim acosta was told by a white house source these are working. zach, it is hard to argue with it. immigration in september. 2 28%. now it is up to 42% in just a couple months time. that is in nevada and in particular a key state here. a lot of latinos here. the question, zach, is it working? number two, how are democrats
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countering the message? i don't hear much. >> it is working in it is taking control of the entire national narrative in the final days. particularly in the key states. many of which if democrats want to make inroads in the senate, they have to win in texas. they have to win in nevada. these are places with republican seats they hoped they might be able to have some, you know, might be able to make inroads. if republican voters in those states are frustrated about immigration and go to the polls where they departmeidn't before is a problem for democrats. >> and the issue in some of these states for democrats is health care. we are not talking about health care. the president is talking about immigration. when the president talks about health care, he is not truthful. i want you to listen to what he said yesterday about pre-existing conditions. he said it many times. >> we will always protect
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americans with pre-existing conditions. always. >> that just is not true. the affordable care act, obamacare, is about pre-existing conditions. these are states suing to overturn the affordable care act. his justice department is not defending the settled law in those cases. it is just not true that this white house is protecting pre-existing conditions. >> right. you see this play out in a lot of races like rick scott, the governor of florida, is now talking about pre-existing conditions. this is something republicans across the country have started to say. we will protect pre-existing conditions. if you are going to overturn obamacare and you don't have something to replace it, then you are not for protecting pre-existing conditions. you have to have a replacement there that will protect them or you have to say we're going to get rid of pre-existing conditions protections.
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both things cannot be true. >> at the heart of all of this is what you have seen on the bottom of the screen. when i can, i tell the truth. ha here is what the president told jonathan karl. >> i try. i always want to tell the truth when i can. i tell the truth. sometimes it turns out to be where it is different or there's a change. >> when i can tell the truth. zach, that must not be in the last couple weeks. in the last, no other countries have birthright citizenship. there are 30. 1 million jobs created by the saudi deals. that is not true. always critical of the iraq war. that is not true. we have about 20 minutes left in the program. your turn? >> more than 50,000 -- or 5,000 according to "the washington post" fact checker. it doesn't seem like he is trying or he has ever tried to tell the truth. as a politician.
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>> the scaramucci had the issue last week which capped it off well. thanks, zach. the suspect in the pittsburgh synagogue massacre set to appear in court. on wednesday, the grand jury indicted robert bowers on 44 counts. many carry the death penalty. today's services for 65-year-old richard gottfried and sylvan and bernice simon. joyce fienberg and melvin wax and irving younger were laid to rest yesterday. several hundred university of pittsburgh students and supporters rallied on campus in favor of tighter gun legislations. police in irving, california are hoping the surveillance video will help find a vandal who defaced a synagogue just days after the tree of life
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massacre. workers spotted it wednesday morning. the orange county human relations council says the number of hate crimes last year jumped continuing the trend from 2015. google employees planning to stage a walkout at offices around the world to protect the company's handling of sexual harassment. it comes after the article that details the years of sexual harassment and severance packages to executives. the ceo voicing his positive nature over employees taking part in the walkout. >> it is at 10:00 a.m. we will see how it goes. the body of "washington post" journalist jamal khashoggi may never been found.
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search and rescue agency has found the flight data recorder from the doomed lion air flight which went down monday in the java sea. we have ivan watson with the latest. ivan, what do we know? >> reporter: it took days where the divers had to locate the sound of the beacon pinging under water sending the signal every second. the underwater locater. then they had to get through fast moving underwater currents and dive to depths of 100 feet below the surface with the help of the remote operated craft
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which honed in on the sound and dig through mud in the sea bed to dig up this flight data recorder. now it will take weeks, we're hearing, perhaps months, to extract the information and process it. the data flight recorder compiles all sorts of scores of different kinds of data streams, including altitude and wind speed and engines behavi sin s perhaps smoke alarms. maybe this will help them figure out how this boeing 737 crashed into the sea with 189 passengers and crew on board. the questions of the aircraft the night before had an instrument failure according to the investigators.
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could that have been a contributing factor to the disaster which unfolded monday morning here. christine. >> thank you, ivan. the turkey chief prosecutor says saudi agents strangled "washington post" journalist jamal khashoggi almost immediately after entering the consulate in istanbul and then dismembered the body. turkey authorities are demanding saudis extradite all 18 members of the hit team. we have jomana karadsheh live in istanbul with the latest. jomana, good morning. >> reporter: dave, good morning. after weeks of information and the drip feed of leaks from the officials here, this is the first official statement from the chief prosecutor in istanbul heading the criminal investigation into the killing of jamal khashoggi. they say in the statement that this was a premeditated act.
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something that turkish officials have been saying. giving more details as to what took place in the building behind me on october 2nd. as you mentioned, they say that khashoggi was almost immediately strangled to death after entering the consulate. they say his body was dismembered and destroyed. it is not clear what they mean by destroyed. according to "the washington post" a senior turkish official says they are pursuing a theory that acid was used to destroy his body here at the consulate or nearby consul-general. the evidence taken from the consulate garden brings them to that theory. despite that revelation, turkish officials have key questions. where are the remains of jamal khashoggi? who ordered the killing? who sent the hit squad here to
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istanbul? they were hoping to get the answers from the saudi chief prosecutor during his three-day visit here, but that did not happen. one senior turkish official telling cnn that the saudis were more interested in finding out what evidence the turkish government had than providing cooperation in the investigation. >> perhaps something is done to put pressure on the saudis. jomana, thank you. a check of cnn business. asian stocks kick off november up. the nikkei is down. hang seng and shanghai up. u.s. futures are positive. dow is 240-point gain to cap off october. the nasdaq up 2%. trimming the decline to 9% for the month. october was the nasdaq's worst month since november of 2008. the steepest monthly decline since september of 2011.
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national archives released the watergate road map which included a would-be indictment against richard nixon which has never been seen. it documents how it would charge nixon with bribery and conspiracy as well as obstruction charges. some believe robert mueller should use it as a road map if he issued a report to congress. breaking news. someone shot and injured two people in new york city. it happened before 2:00 a.m. in
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the washington heights neighborhood. left a 28-year-old man and 17-year-old woman with gunshot wounds. an update on "new day." and police say the suspects were swept up in the series of raids dating back to saturday night. they were carried out by chicago police and fbi and atf teams. 20 illegal guns and 2 cars cars $80,000 of cash were seized. university of maryland firing head football coach d.j. durkin one day after allowing him to return to his job. that led to outrage from state lawmakers and community and students. coach durkin was placed on leave after the heat stroke death of lineman jordan mcnair. the board of regents recommend
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his job be reinstated, but the university president defied that order. the inmates who killed whitey bulger tried to cut out his tongue. investigators say bulge rerr wa beaten beyond recognition. one inmate has ties to organized crime in massachusetts. a tenth child has died from the virus outbreak at the wanaque center in new jersey. 27 pediatric cases have been linked to the virus and one staff member was sickened. the center is not admitting new residents. the cdc is assisting with lab testing. price less nless nasa artif were lost because of poor record keeping. nasa doesn't have the ability to
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manage heritage assets. among the relics lost? apollo 11 collection bag. a prototype lunar rover sold to a scrap yard. nasa said it would develop better ways for dealing with historical items by 2020. while you were sleeping, jimmy fallon showed outtakes from campaign ads recorded by the president. >> first is alabama. >> it sounds too much like obama. next. >> okay. hawaii. >> hawaii is a beautiful, beautiful country. >> massachusetts. >> god bless you. >> that wasn't a sneeze. >> what is the next state? >> massachusetts. >> gesundheit. >> oregon. >> you may not know this, i'm an organ donor. i'm a hero. >> new mexico. >> there's a new mexico? isn't the old one bad enough?
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make new mexico old again. put that on a hat. >> put that on a hat. maybe he is giving in and finally people have suggested he is not critical enough. thank you for joining us. i'm christine romans. >> i'm dave briggs. durkin. this president is stirring up a cauldron of hate. >> they have a lot of rough people in those caravans. they are not angels. >> this idea that we care about the pre-existing conditions is simply not true. >> democrats have tried to say that republicans would take away the pre-existing conditions. that's not true. is it

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