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>> my kids are saying what the hell is a toy. they play with ipads. >> a digital spork. all right. "early start" continues right now. there's your house. >> is that yours? >> it's mine. she's gone. >> wildfires in california claiming 44 lives. the deadliest in state's history. he is a sore loser. trying to steal an election. >> recount in florida getting heated as the judge calls on both sides to ramp down the rhetoric. "the washington post" reporting that kirstjen nielsen could be fired this week. why president trump wants her out. and the dow dropping more
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than 600 points. president trump blaming democrats for the drop. we will breakdown what's really behind it. good morning. welcome to "early start." i'm christine romans. >> i'm dave briggs. it is tuesday, november 13th. we begin in california where the high wind warning is continuing. the death toll continues to rise as well. 44 people now killed in wildfires statewide. in northern california, 42 people have died in the camp fire. making it the deadliest wildfire in state history. more than 7,000 buildings destroyed. fire officials say the camp fire has burned 117,000 acres. officials estimate it is 30% contained. >> in southern california, 57,000 structures threatened by the woolsey fire. it has grown to 93,000 acres and is 30% contained and has killed two people. cnn's nick watt has more from malibu which has been devastated by the woolsey fire. >> reporter: dave and christine, the death toll at the camp fire in northern california has risen to 42.
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13 more bodies were found on monday. now, ten of the bodies that were found on monday were found in the little town of paradise. once home to 26,000 people. almost completely blown, burned off the map by that fire. sadly, the death toll up there could rise further. the sheriff has called for more search and rescue teams to come in tuesday with more cadaver dogs to try to find more of the missing. we heard 100 people are still missing. that doesn't mean they are all dead. a lot of people go missing because of cell service dropping. we are waiting and hoping that number doesn't rise, but we fear the worst. the winds in northern california has died down a bit. in malibu in southern california, the woolsey fire, the winds here are still whipping and continue the santa ana winds through tuesday and wednesday into places, but on friday, it will change and bring
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humidity in from the ocean. dave and christine. back to you. >> nick watt, thank you. as nick mentioned, the weather is expected to make it difficult for firefighters for the next couple days. here is meteorologist pedram javaheri. >> good morning, dave and christine. these conditions here are going to be improving the next couple days. good news to tell you across the region of california, in particular to the north initially. here is how we get here. we had the hottest july on record earlier this summer. we had the hottest single month on record for california state history. plenty of fuel and dry conditions across the region. going into tuesday, notice the elevated concern in place. we dropped it down from extreme to critical. the winds are now going to be about 5 to 15 miles per hour across the north. to the south, it is a different story. extreme conditions for fire weather. a lot of the concerns are due to
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spot fires. picking up embers and carrying them downstream and creating a problem. firefighters have had their work cut out for them. winds peaking across southern california as high as 70 miles per hour. we expect calmer conditions by wednesday across southern california. containment numbers could go up as well. guys. >> pedram, thank you. to florida where the lawsuits are mounting and accusations flying in the election recount. officials scrambling to count every vote by thursday's deadline. as the race gets uglier by the hour. rick scott and bill nelson blasting one another. >> what bill nelson needs to do now is what he is asking me to do. say look, the election happened. let's go forward. he is not. he is a pure sore loser trying to steal an election. >> rick scott is not making sure
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every lawful vote is counted. the second is he is using his power as governor to try to undermine the voting process. >> florida law requires a recount if there is a less than 1 point difference. there was. this is the legal framework at play here. florida judge is warning both sides to ramp down the receipt ick. republicans, including -- rhetoric. republicans, including scott and trump, still alleging fraud in the process without offering any evidence and despite repeated denials from the department of state and law enforcement community there. the president suggesting in a tweet an honest vote is no longer possible. ballots infected. must go with election night. >> in the florida governor's race, andrew gillum continues to call for every vote to be counted. his rival, republican ron desantis, is staying under the radar. ryan nobles have more from
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tallahassee. >> reporter: dave and christine, here in leon county, where the state capital resides, they expect to have the counting wrapped up on tuesday. each county operates differently. most counties are confident they will have all ballots recounted in the senate race. that senate race is getting the most attention. the margin between rick scott and bill nelson is tight. 12,500 votes separate the two. that's why there are so many people focused on it. democrats believe they have the chance to flip the race from one hand to another. while there is a lot of focus on the vote counting, there is another battle playing out in the courtroom. lawsuits filed by both sides in the past couple days. including the lawsuit by the league of women voters. it will attempt to compel rick scott to step away from the recount process. recuse himself.
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scott has been aggressive on that front. he has instructed the attorney general pam bondi to get involved and law enforcement to investigate any potential claims of fraud or criminal activity of which the florida department of law enforcement has not found anything yet. the next thing we're waiting for is wednesday which is the next significant court hearing where democrat bill nelson filing a lawsuit to get clarification of provisional and mail-in ballots. that has the potential to impact 20,000 votes. it is an important court hearing on wednesday. meanwhile, the vote continues as we wait to figure out who the next u.s. senator and governor is from florida. dave and christine. >> ryan, thank you. six days after the midterms, a big win for democrats. kyrsten sinema defeating martha mcsally. this is in the arizona senate race.
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sinema is the first female flipping the seat which has been in the gop hands for decades. mcsally conceded the race on monday night in a video message on twitter. the victory means among the races settled, the senate will have 51 republicans and 47 democrats in the new congress. mcsally could still get appointed to the john mccain seat. stay tuned. "the washington post" reporting that macneikirstjen nielsen's departure could come week. the president canceled a trip to the border in texas. the president reported that the president has grumbled for months of what he views as nielsen's lack luster performance. president trump blaming the
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democrats and i mpending contro of the house for the dow drop. it was worse for the nasdaq down 3%. why are stocks falling again? the president is blaming democrats. he tweeted monday that the prospect of presidential harassment by the democrats is causing the stock market big headaches. stocks have multiple reasons for any movement. apple was down 5%. a key supplier cut the sales forecast because of weak demand. there are questions if america's love affair with iphones peaked. tesla down 5%. the strong dollar weighed on stocks. prospects of another rate hike from the fed next month lifted the dollar. the rising dollar is a signal of the strong economy, but hurts businesses with overseas connections. it has been a volatile six weeks
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the hardest hit community is paradise, california. 6,400 homes destroyed. the high school football team is 8-2. because of the fires, they had to forfeit the playoff game. the 49ers wanting to do something to help. invited the team to the game. all of the players and coaches and cheerleaders making the trip to levi stadium. the team on the sidelines for the national anthem standing with the 49ers. the school survived the fire, but 90 90% of the players homesd not. the team is holding a jersey raffle for the team. the temperature was 106 last night. that was not unhealthy enough to postpone the game. it had to be over 200 for two consecutive hours to cancel.
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there's your house. >> is that yours? >> it's mine. she's gone. >> wildfires in california claiming 44 lives.
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the deadliest in state's history. he is a sore loser. trying to steal an election. >> recount in florida getting ugly as the judge calls for both sides to ramp down the rhetoric. "the washington post" reporting that kirstjen nielsen could be fired this week. why president trump wants her out. and the dow dropping more than 600 points. president trump blaming democrats for the drop. we will breakdown what's really behind it. wut colt bags -- welcome back to "early start." i'm dave briggs. >> i'm christine romans. it is tuesday, november 13th. we begin in california where the death toll continues to rise. 44 people now killed in wildfires statewide. in northern california, 42 people have died in the camp fire. making it the deadliest wildfire in state history. more than 7,000 buildings destroyed. fire officials say the camp fire
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has burned 117,000 acres. officials estimate it is 30% contained. >> in southern california, 57,000 structures threatened by the woolsey fire. which has grown to more than 93,000 acres, also 30% contained, and has killed two to 42. found on monday were found in the little town of paradise. once home to 26,000 people. almost completely blown, burned off the map by that fire. could rise further. the sheriff has called for more search and rescue teams to come in tuesday with more cadaver we heard 100 people are still missing.
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that doesn't mean they are all dead. a lot of people go missing because of cell service drops. we are waiting and hoping that number doesn't rise, but we fear the worst. the winds in northern california has died down a bit. in malibu in southern california, the woolsey fire, the winds here are still whipping and continue the santa ana winds through tuesday and wednesday into places, but on friday, it will change and bring humidity in from the ocean. dave and christine. back to you. >> nick watt, thank you. opposite coast. the lawsuits are mounting in the florida chaotic election recount. officials are scrambling to get every vote counted by the thursday deadline as the race gets uglier by the hour. >> what bill nelson needs to do now is what he is asking me to do.
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say look, the election happened. let's go forward. he is not. he is a pure sore loser trying to steal an election. >> rick scott is not making sure every lawful vote is counted. the second is he is using his power as governor to try to undermine the voting process. >> we should note that florida law requires a recount if there is less than a 1% total. the judge is warning both sides to ramp down the rhetoric. republicans, including scott and president trump, still alleging fraud in the process without offering any evidence and despite repeated denials from the department of state and florida and law enforcement community there. the president suggesting in a tweet an honest vote is no longer possible. ballots infected. must go with election night. >> in the florida governor's race, andrew gillum continues to call for every vote to be counted. his rival, republican ron desantis, is staying under the radar. ryan nobles have more from tallahassee.
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>> reporter: dave and christine, here in leon county, where the state capital resides, they expect to have the counting wrapped up on tuesday. each county operates differently. most counties are confident they will have all ballots recounted in the senate race. that senate race is getting the most attention. the margin between rick scott and bill nelson is tight. 12,500 votes separate the two. that's why there are so many people focused on it. democrats believe they have the chance to flip the race from one hand to another. while there is a lot of focus on the vote counting, there is another battle playing out in the courtroom. lawsuits filed by both sides in the past couple days. including the lawsuit by the league of women voters. it will attempt to compel rick scott to step away from the recount process. recuse himself.
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scott has been aggressive on that front. he has instructed the attorney general pam bondi to get involved and law enforcement to investigate any potential claims of fraud or criminal activity of which the florida department of law enforcement has not found anything yet. the next thing we're waiting for is wednesday which is the next significant court hearing where democrat bill nelson filing a lawsuit to get clarification of provisional and mail-in ballots. that has the potential to impact 20,000 votes. it is an important court hearing on wednesday. meanwhile, the vote continues as we wait to figure out who the next u.s. senator and governor is from florida. dave and christine. >> the wait continues. ryan, thanks. six days after the midterms, a big win for democrats. kyrsten sinema defeating martha mcsally. this is in the arizona senate race. sinema is the first female senator flipping the seat which
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had been in gop hands for decades. mcsally conceded the race on monday night in a video message on twitter. the victory means among the races settled, the senate will have 51 republicans and 47 democrats in the new congress. president trump reportedly ready to fire homeland security secretary kirstjen nielsen. "the washington post" reported that her departure is expected in the coming weeks. the president canceled a planned trip with nielsen to the border along texas. the post reporting that the president has grumbled for months about what he views as nielsen's lack luster performance on immigration enforcement. >> let's bring in greg valliere. greg, so good to see you this
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morning. i think we can throw up a live picture of broward county where they are still counting votes. still ongoing. 24/7. i don't know this is washington. there we go. >> compelling television. >> does this matter? this fight we have going down here in florida? the president's insistence over something mischievous happening. >> it is hard to believe that this is happening after bush v. gore. this is a much bigger margin. the odds favor the republicans running both of the races. probably within a week or two, we will have a senate 53/47 republican. >> it sis a mess down there. jeb bush calling on brenda snipes, the supervisor of elections, saying she should be
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removed from office following the recount. a lot of human error going on down there. it is interesting with rick scott in particular, i always make sports analogies here. we have seen sore losers, but i have never seen a sore winner. scott will win regardless. 13,000 votes which is likely not going to be found. what is the impact of calling fraud when someone wins an election? >> it will be forgotten. i would point out, dave, there is another sore winner i can recall in the last couple years. that is donald j. trump. he won the election and complained about voter fraud. the most bizarre claim. he won. >> the president also -- look on the subject of the stock market, the president is saying it is the democrats' fault that the stock market is falling. that rattled investors. since the midterms, the stock market is up.
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what do you make of that? the president inoculating himself in the volatility of the stock market and blaming other people? >> the tech stocks got frothy did yo during the summer. two market concerns in washington are trump's bashing of the federal reserve and the trump trade war with china. china and the fed are two big concerns for the markets. if the investigations go and on and on andimpeachment, that is not a good move for the markets. a lot of trump's policies right now are not pleasing the markets that much. >> we know in "the wall street journal" they are talking, the treasury department and chinese agencies are lowing the temperature on trade heading into the argentina g20. trump will meet with his trade
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team today to talk about tariffs. peter navarro and the president think auto tariffs are a good thing. >> with the stock market being pretty beat up right now, i have a hunch a big new 25% tariff on autos is not imminent. the big stories are the reports that u.s. and chinese negotiators are resuming talks. that's quite encouraging. >> you think there will be a deal ahead of the g20? >> no, i think the details are too complicated to get a deal done quickly, dave. it is probably months away. however, if trump and xi can rekindle their relationship, we may get a deal by spring or summer. that's a very positive story. it may be the markets will see a glimmer of hope which would be a life preserver today for the
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market which is pretty weak. >> greg valliere, nice to see you. >> thank you. special counsel robert mueller apparently inching closer to former trump adviser roger stone. >> i fully anticipate in the next few days i will be indicted. >> why one of stone's associates says he's in real trouble. minimums and fees.
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roger stone to be indicted. more now from jessica schneider. >> reporter: christine and dave, could the special counsel be inching closer to former trump associate roger stone? it seems so given the statement monday from stone's former rsi. corsi is expecting to be indicted. he made that prediction on the youtube streaming show. he he fully anticipating being charged in the next couple days. corsi gave no indication of what he said which could have been false. corsi has spoken to the special counsel in the past few months and likely telling the team about his relationship with wikileaks and roger stone. as you remember, back in the 2016 campaign when roger stone bragged about the back channel communications with wikileaks founder julian assange and roger
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stone redirected when the e-mails damaging to hillary clinton would be released. if stone had that information and gave that information to the trump campaign, that could prove to be the link to back up the claims of collusion with the russians. since the russian government is said to be behind the hacks of the e-mails. now roger stone, meanwhile, issued a lengthy statement once again denying the theft of the e-mails or a connection to wikileaks. the plot may thicken if there is an indictment. christine and dave. thank you. let's get a check of cnn business. global stocks bouncing back from the selloff. the nikkei is down 2%. shanghai closed higher. european markets opened up. wall street futures are up. "the wall street journal" reporting that the u.s. and china are talking about thousho get to a deal. the dow fell 2.3%.
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"the new york times" reports the member of the assassination team that killed journalist jamal khashoggi was recorded telling a supporter, quote tell your boss. we have jomana karadsheh live in istanbul with more. jomana, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, dave. this latest reporting from "the new york times" say were told by three officials familiar with the audio recordings of the killing of journalist jamal khashoggi. they identified as a former diplomat and intelligence officer and security officer within the inner circle of the crown prince muhammad bin salman. they say he made a phone call to his superior after the killing
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saying tell your boss. he doesn't identify who the boss is, but u.s. taerintelligence officials believe that is a reference to muhammad bin salman. over the last few weeks, several officials told cnn they believe an operation like this involving the inner circle could not take place without the direct knowledge of the crown prince. saudis repeatedly said mbs has denied knowledge of this. they blame this on rogue elements. they repeat this denial to "the new york times." they say they heard the recordings and did not hear the part reported by "the new york times." it doesn't mean it doesn't exist. turkey could have shared different information with different agencies. this increases pressure on the saudis and united states
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officials believe it is as close as it gets to a smoking gun. not necessarily irrefutable evidence, but definitely increases the pressure to get to the bottom of this. one question turkey has been seeking the answer to is who ordered the killing of jamal khashoggi. >> congress is back in session today. perhaps some action. jomana, thank you. the family of the chicago security guard killed by police as he tried to detain a gunman had filed a civil lawsuit against the officer who shot him and department. documents show 26-year-old jemel roberson was working security at the bar and detained a security suspect. he was wearing a security vest at the time and witnesses say people in the crowd yelled to the police that roberson was a guard. still one responding officer shot roberson who later died at the hospital. friends and family say roberson was actually studying to become a police officer himself.
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>> he got his life taken by people who he looked up to and he wanted to become. >> the midlothian police department said the officer who shot roberson has been placed on leave. outrage in wisconsin over a high school photo of mostly white male students with their arms raised in what looks like a nationals nationa nazi salute. the caption commenting we even got the black hit to throw it up. this is the outrage on the auschwitz web site. we need to explain every day hate of the ideology. auschwitz was at the end of the long process of normalizing hatred. the photo has since been taken down. stan lee, the man who revolutionized comic books, has died. the writer and editor of marvel
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comics brought spider-man and xmen to life on tv. you probably have seen his face for decades. stan lee died monday in los angeles. he was 95. his character f y, if you want know about this, read the tweet of chris evans. they talk about what a tremendous human he was. >> my 10-year-old came home yesterday saying what a hero. thanks for joining us. i'm christine romans. >> i'm dave briggs. "new day" starts right now. see you tomorrow. the most destructive fire in california raging on. >> the death toll from the campfire has just risen to 42. >> just utter, utter devastation. >> the whole town was wiped off the face of the earth. we want free and fair elections but

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