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♪ >> special air mission 41 takes flight today. a final farewell to the late president george herbert walker bush. trade truce? no new tariffs for now while u.s. and china work on the trade war. where is the crime? >> roger stone maintains he did not wrong in 2016 about what he knew and when about hacked democratic e-mails. and the new york police department saves the day after an engagement ring gets lost in times square. welcome to "early start." i'm christine romans. >> i'm dave briggs. it is monday, december 3rd. 5:00 a.m. in the east. we are remembering 41. tearful tributes this morning for george herbert walker bush. he died friday night at the age of 94. the same aircraft that took
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president trump to buenos aires for the g20 will bring mr. bush back to d.c. for the last time. at a ceremony today, vice president pence will deliver remarks. listen to former secretary of state james baker. >> one of the aides who assisted him physically said mr. president, secretary baker's here. he opened both eyes and said hey bake, where we going today. i said jefe, we're going to heaven. he said good. that's where i want to go. little did i know or he know, of course, by 10:00 that night he would be in heaven. >> also making the trip to d.c. today is mr. bush's labrador sully. that is sully lying next to the president's casket. bush 43 writes, as much as our family will miss this dog, we are comforted to know he will bring the same joy to his new home that he brought to 41.
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more now from cnn's suzanne malveaux in houston. >> reporter: good morning, dave and christine, the mission is called special air mission 41. the aircraft at ellington field here in houston. it will carry president george h.w. bush's body which is brought to joint base andrews today at 11:30 eastern is when they have a departure ceremony. in washington is when the formal procession and formality gets under way for 45 which the arrival ceremony will happen. where the president will lie in state. the public will be able to pay respects. then the president's body will have a memorandum al -- memorial service on wednesday.
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returned back to houston where he will lie in repose until thursday morning. thursday, another second memorial service at st. martin's episcopal church. the same church that barbara bush's memorial happened. the body traveling by train to the final destination. college station, texas at the presidential library and museum. he will be buried alongside his wife and their child who died at 3 years old, robin. in the meantime, many people here in houston paying respects. statues throughout the city with teddy bears and flowers and colorful socks as they pay tribute. dave and christine. >> suzanne malveaux, thank you. trade truce. donald trump and xi jinping will now hold off at raising tariffs.
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it will stay at 10%. in exchange, china is willing to purchase agriculture and energy and other goods from the u.s. to reduce the big trade imbalance. the two countries have 90 days to make progress. they are talking. talks had broken down before the g20 meeting. they are talking and negotiating. in a tweet sunday night, the president said china agreed to reduce tariffs on cars from the u.s. that tariff is currently 40%. the president did not say when the change would happen. in addition to a temporary truce with whichina, the president wi justin trudeau and outgoing mexican president nieto signed the usmca at the g20. the president now putting pressure on congress to approve or risk no trade deal in place. >> we get rid of nafta. it caused us tremendous amounts
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of unemployment and loss and company loss and everything else. that will be terminated. so congress will have a choice of the usmca or pre-nafta which worked very well. >> each country's legislative bodies needs to approve before it goes into effect. european markets opening higher and asia with 2% gains. roger stone insisting he has never been in touch with wikileaks founder julian assange. stone facing questions if he knew ahead of time if wikileaks planned to release the hacked e-mails during the campaign. a document indicates that prosecutors are looking into his efforts to get documents from wikileaks ahead of the e-mail dump. >> stone tells abc news that he has had no contact with robert mueller. >> does that suggest to you that you actually are a target? usually they speak with witnesses first.
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>> it suggests nothing at all. again, where is the crime? i engaged in politics. >> democrat mark warner, a member of the senate intelligence committee, believes robert mueller will have a lot to reveal with the ties between wikileaks and roger stone. former fbi director james comey agreed to sit with a private deposition with house republicans. he objected first, but the two sides reached agreement on the transparency. mr. comey will sit in the dark, but republicans will agree i'm free to talk when done and transcript released in 24 hours. this is the closest i can get to public testimony. house republicans will question comey on friday. an fbi representative will be there to provide advice of the disclosure of sensitive information. lawyers for michael cohen says he should not go to prison although he lied to congress. in a friday night court
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before he was killed. khashoggi described crown prince mohammed bin salman as a beast. this suggests the journalist was disturbed by the crown prince's petulance. he has been a critic of what was happening in his country. he saw himself as a patriot. not how the government saw him. >> reporter: that is right, christine. he worked for the government for 35 years before turning his hand to writings. some writings were hostile that he emigrated to the united states or set up residency in the united states a year or so before his death. living in self imposed exile. these messages takes place in exile and communicating with another saudi exiled living in
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canada. this gives us an indication of what jamal khashoggi was up to and may have been seen in such a hostile light by saudi arabia. he wasn't just a journalist, but it wasn'tne nescessarily an att on free speech and agreed to fund some projects. look at one of the 400 exchange that we have had access to here. the dis -- disdant in canada here armed with sim cards. he said i sent a brief idea of the work of the he can ielectri. khashoggi says i will sort out the money. he is also talking about
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quote/unquote, may god rid us and the nation of the predicament. referring to mohammed bin salman. that, of course, if intercepted, which this conversation was, offers a key clue why mohammed bin salman may well have taken khashoggi's actions with such hostility and it comes on the day when "the wall street journal" reporting that the classified cia reports that mohammed bin salman had been in communication with the key saudi aide before and after the death of jamal khashoggi two months ago in istanbul. >> fascinating. nina dos santos, thank you. we will talk sports ahead. an epic collapse by the pittsburgh steelers. the l.a. chargers with the stunning win with no time on the clock. lindsay czarniak recaps it for us in the "bleacher report" next. missed out on this. don't worry, the biggest deal is happening right now at t-mobile. when you buy one of the latest sumsung phones you get a free 50" samsung 4k tv.
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was hardest hit. at least three people are treated for serious injuries. 18 others suffering minor injuries. illinois aftverages 47 tornadoea year. in anchorage, alaska, a boil water advisory has been lifted. the water was not contaminated as a result of the 7.0 magnitude quake. officials say electricity and heat is on and communication lines are up. students in paradise, california return to class today in the wake of the camp fire that burned 90% of the town. most of the schools were destroyed in the wildfire. the worst in the california state history. students will temporarily attend schools in neighboring communities for the remainder of the year. a potential tragedy. narrowly avoided at a preschool
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>> he has a spare now in case she loses that one. >> he lost it. >> i have three wedding rings n in case i lose another one. this is my third. >> what? >> one wife. always one wife. we don't have time to get into that. >> i wish we did. >> i'm talking about an epic comeback by the l.a. chargers against the steelers on sunday night football. it was crazy. if you went to bed early, you had no idea. shocking. especially to the steelers. pittsburgh had never lost a game in which it had a 16--point lead at any point. 174 wins and no losses. one tie. until last night. who does that? the steelers up 23-7 late in the third when l.a. found a way to kick it into high gear. everybody believes in philip rivers. he led the comeback. two touchdowns. look at this catch from kenan
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allen. it came down to the leg of the kicker. he missed the 39-yard field goal kick here. he said that was a fluke. pittsburgh was called offsides. it set up again from 34 yards out. blocked. the steelers, it turns out, were offsides again. look at ben's reaction. the third time turned out to be the charm. in case you were wondering, pittsburgh offsides again. the chargers declined that penalty. chargers win on the road. 33-30. afterwards, it was just excitement for the chargers. >> this game reminded me -- i'm not saying i called it. it was 23-7. similar score in denver in 2006 on sunday night. we came back and won 35-28. similar to the score. i said we have been in one like this before. just before you guys were here. let's make it happen. >> there is nobody better in
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responsibility of the actions that come from this point on. >> hunt hopes he will get a second chance. he does not know whether that will happen or not. in green bay, the packers had an embarrassing loss at home to the cardinals. they did not need much time to make a major change after that. the packers firing head coach mike mccarthy three hours after the game. mccarthy spent 13 seasons in green bay. won the super bowl in 2011. only curly lambeau won more as a packers head coach. a change that people thought might come. >> no doubt about that. who wants to coach the packers with aaron rodgers? and kareem hunt? do you think he gets another job? >> i think he does. >> i would like to see him never get another job. >> it worked with other players
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that maybe we thought should not have gotten a second chance. >> ray rice didn't because he wasn't as gifted as kareem hunt. >> it happened early in his career. >> i would like to see him never get another job. i believe he will get one. >> the apology saying it is a tough time for him. >> if there is a manual, don't talk about how tough it has been for you. >> there were ways that c conversation could have been improved. >> a lot of reasons why that tape did not surface sooner. lindsay czarniak, thank you. and special air mission 41 is set for takeoff this morning as people prepare to say good-bye to the late commander in chief. at least you don't have to worry about homeowners insurance. call geico. geico... helps with... homeowners insurance?
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the happy ending ahead. welcome back to "early start." i'm dave briggs. >> i'm christine romans. it is 31 minutes past the hour. final good-byes begin this morning for george herbert walker bush. the nation's 41st president. he died friday night at the age of 94. the same airplane that took donald trump to argentina will bring bush back to washington one last time. at a air -- at a ceremony today, vice president pence will deliver remarks. listen to former secretary of state james baker. >> one of the aides who assisted him physically said mr. president, secretary baker's here. he opened both eyes and said hey bake, where we going today. i said jefe, we're going to heaven. he said good. that's where i want to go. little did i know or he know, of course, by 10:00 that night he would be in heaven.
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>> jefe or chief is what bush called mr. baker. also making the trip to d.c. today is mr. bush's labrador sully. that is sully lying next to the president's casket. bush 43 writes, as much as our family will miss this dog, we are comforted to know he will bring the same joy to his new home that he brought to 41. more now from cnn's suzanne malveaux in houston. >> reporter: good morning, dave and christine, the mission is called special air mission 41. at ellington field here in houston will carry president george h.w. bush's body which is brought to joint base andrews today at 11:30 eastern when they depart and then in washington is when the formal procession and formality gets under way for 45. the arrival ceremony is getting under way at the capitol rotunda where the president will lie in state.
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it will be 7:30 monday evening through 8:45 wednesday morning where the public will pay respects. 11:00 is the service at the national cathedral taking place for dignitary. then the president's body returned back to houston where he will lie in repose until thursday morning. thursday, another second memorial service at st. martin's episcopal church. the same church that barbara bush's memorial happened. then the body traveling by train to its final destination. at college station, texas at texas a&m. he will be buried alongside his wife and their child who died at 3 years old, robin. in the meantime, many people here in houston paying respects. statues throughout the city with teddy bears and flowers and colorful socks as they pay tribute. dave and christine.
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>> suzanne malveaux in houston. thank you. let's bring in julian zelizer this morning. >> good morning. >> it was dan quayle who said his accomplishments. >> look what we did. budgets passed and clean air legislation and disabilities. sometimes divided government works. it clearly worked in our administration. you can get things done if you reach across the aisle and work hard. >> there are the accomplishments and the context. this is the last world war ii president. this is a really kind of a moment in time to talk about where we have come from and where we are going. >> look, he has a long list of accomplishments for someone who served four years. big accomplishments. americans with disabilities act
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an. budget deal. -- act. budget deal. reduced the size of the deficit. he is the last of the world war ii era, but he helped guide the country through the cold war. many people look back on him and respect what he did in four years. >> not just the four years, but think about the combat pilot and the cia director, ambassador to the u.n., congress member, vice president. his whole life was virtually dedicated to service. beyond the domestic accomplishments. foreign policy. does that make him the most consequential one-term president? >> sure. this is the end of the cold war. it is coming apart at the end of reagan's presidency. what will happen as the fundamental relationship with the u.s. and soviet union collapses? he decides to handle it with restraint. he doesn't say much as the soviet union is collapsincollap.
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he is criticized for that. that was affen effective way to keep the u.s. out of the story and the goals were accomplished. he always worked for international alliances which he believed were fundamental for foreign policy. >> i heard people over the weekend talk about, for exam ke, he wanted the germans to take credit for the reunification. he didn't want to roll into baghdad after saddam hussein was stopped in kuwait. he was not a bragger and he wasn't grandiose. that was the old money, old school way of leadership. >> he had trouble talking about himself. i think this also dates back to his mother. always taught him to be very humble. it does affect his leadership. part of it is hue mul-- is humid
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that could undermine what he wanted to accomplish. he would give other people credit for things that he could easily have gone on television and say look what i did. >> and in that, he was the complete opposite of our current president. not in how he embraced the media. he wanted to have in his words a kinder and gentler nation in every way, shape and form. approach and personality was the opposite of the current president. i want to talk about six key words that may have changed everything for him. here they are. >> read my lips. no new taxes. >> how did those six words eventually change his legacy and the entire party's direction? >> he nation promise to show he's a real reagan republican which many people doubted. in 1990, he works with the democratic congress on the deficit reduction deal where he increases taxes.
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newt gingrich, the minority whip in the house, furious and walks out of the meeting. he never real suppoly supports president again. that modernizes the republican party to be pure on every issue and not to compromise. that hurt his presidency and gave birth to the new era of republican politics. >> we will have a lot of time to reflect on his presidency and legacy. i want to talk about the g20 in buenos aires. the trade thaw. we will not put 25% tariffs on $200 billion of chinese goods. it stays at 10%. is this progress? >> sure. the last thing we need is a trade war. within the last month, we have seen the fragility of the strong economic era. the instability with trade is one of the issues that is lurking out there. any kind of tentative agreement
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and real agreements that were made, i think, are a sign of progress. we don't know if they will stick. we have no idea what will happen. that is the uncertainty of the trump era. that is better than a trade war. >> it is 90 days. nothing has staying the same. >> walking back from the cliff. >> everything is staying the same for the next 90 days and they are looking at talks. when you look at what the u.s. wants china to do. it is existential how thechines landscape. >> intellectual property. forced technology transfers. if it gets any movement on those issues, that is a huge win for president trump. >> we will see. >> a lot of the business community is looking for that. >> nice to see you. lawyers for michael cohen say he should not go to prison although he pleaded guilty to lying to congress . in a friday night court briefing, his attorneys say he is a changed man and is willing
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to speak to law enforcement. they go on to detail the cooperation and including seven voluntary interviews with robert mueller's team and meetings with prosecutors in new york. cohen lied about efforts to finalize a business effort in moscow because he was abiding by mr. trump's strongly mantra to minimize the investigation into links with the kremlin. former fbi director james comey has agreed to sit down with republicans. he objected to the closed-door meeting. mr. comey tweeting he will sit in the dark, but republicans agree on free to talk when transcript released in 24 hours. this is the closest i can get to public testimony. house republicans will question comey on friday. an fbi representative will be there about the disclosure of sensitive information. violent protests once again
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french officials promising a firm response after another weekend of violent protests. long drawn out street battles with police and demonstrators leading to damage on saturday in the streets of paris with over 400 arrests. fuel tax hikes triggering the yellow vest protests in the capital. melissa bell is joining us live from paris. macron's 29% approval rating and thing are not easy ahead. good morning, melissa. >> reporter: good morning, dave. it is not easy given what happened in the paris neighborhoods on saturday night. even now the clean up operation continues. you mentioned the yellow vest
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protests which was kicked off with the hike of fuel. you can see here this bank boarded up already. it was the symbols of capitalism which was widely attacked and the fancy neighborhoods of pa s paris. emmanuel macron needs to bring the temperature of the protest down and the french prime minister, dave, will meet with the representatives of the yellow vests on tuesday to see what political head way can be made. they are threatening another protest on saturday. the question is how will authorities cope better than last saturday with anger that seems to be palpable that is continuing and ongoing. >> melissa, i want to ask about the signature moments over the weekend at the g20. emmanuel macron face-to-face with mbs. >> reporter: that's right. there was an extraordinary snipit of a conversation.
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this was happening in paris and emmanuel macron was in argentina. we know the french have a particular attitude with saudi arabia. big arms sellers to riyadh. the french have been reluctant of sanctions in the wake of jamal khashoggi's death. the snip-it of the conversation with emmanuel macron and the saudi crown prince. we can only make out snip-its like i told you so and you never listened to me. the crown prince saying i did tell you so. the subject of it remains a mystery. to what piece of advice that emmanuel macron may have given the crown prince. was this the subject of the great deal of speculation this morning in the french press? dave. >> thank you, melissa. global stocks are cheering that trade truce with the u.s.
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jews around the world celebrating the first night of hanukkah. it was especially bittersweet in pittsburgh with hundreds showing up outside the tree of life synagogue where 11 people were massacred in october. those who came said it was an honor to embrace the theme of survival. the festival of lights lasts for eight days. a tragedy narrowly ale ly l at the classroom in hawaii. the teacher assistant used pine sol to prepare snake snacks for kids. cnn affiliate khon reports that the assistant no longer works at the school. former kansas city chiefs running back kareem hunt says he
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regrets pushing and kicking a woman. the video emerged friday prompting the chiefs to let him go. he admitted he was not honest with the team when asked about the incident. >> i'm asking for forgiveness. i defendainitely believe i dese forgiveness. everything is really happening fast right now and i want everybody to, you know, forgive me and i know it will be hard because i made a bad choice. i'm not going to let this bring me down. >> let me say that will not do it. hunt told lisa salter the nfl never questioned him that night. the nfl said it began investigating immediately after the february incident. a story book ending for a man and his fiancee after dropping the engagement ring in
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times square at the sewer grate. he tried to rescue the ring to no luck. saturday, police found the ring and put out an all points twitter bulletin to help find the couple. the couple were located back home in england. the nypd said arrangements are being made to reunite the couple with the ring. he bought another one after returning home. >> can he just return that ring? does he have a back up? >> i have no idea. insurance rider? saturday night live tackling the president's latest issue s with michael cohen and the mbs and putin handshake. >> i'm sad to go to prison, michael. you were like a son to me. >> why did you make me do so much illegal stuff? >> because you were like a son to me. >> when i killed that guy, trump
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said please tell me you didn't do it. i said bitch, you want oil or not? oh, one, two, three, four. whoa! ♪ don't cry for me argentina the truth is i'm very guilty ♪ ♪ some little no-nos and maybe treason ♪ ♪ i kept my promise, oops no, i didn't ♪ >> the show also honored george h.w. bush with the montage with dana carvey and bush himself. >> i am watching you. bears no resemblancresemblance. it's bad. it's bad sgrch. >> i'm sorry, mr. president. i think it's a fair impression. >> i don't see it. it's totally exaggerated.
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it's not me. the crazy hand gestures. the pointing thing, i don't do them. also na-ga-da? that's not me. >> it wouldn't be prudent. >> that was the great line. thanks for joining us. i'm christine romans. >> i'm dave briggs. "new day" starts now. i feel very fortunate to be president of this fascinating country. >> my dad is an extraordinary role model. >> 58 combat missions in world war ii. suburb. >> no regrets? >> no. >> 43 said, i love you dad, and i will see you in heaven. and 41 said, i love you, too.

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