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cia director briefing on the jamal khashoggi case. her absence last week drew scorn from lawmakers. and another assault allegation against former nfl star kareem hunt. one nfl announcer is saying enough with the second chances. good morning. i'm christine romans. >> kareem hunt cleared waivers yesterday. we shall see if he gets another job. i'm dave briggs. we start this hour with george herbert walker bush lying in state at the capitol rotunda. his body will remain there for public viewing through tomorrow. the president and first lady honoring him with a moment of silence. mr. trump saluted the 41st president and mrs. trump held her hand over her heart.
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>> they will visit the bush family across the street today. lines stretched into the early morning hours. more now from cnn's sunlen serfaty on capitol hill. >> reporter: good morning, dave and christine. there have been so many moving moments to honor the life and legacy of former president george h.w. bush. up here on capitol hill, there was so much emotion from his family as they watched his casket slowly brought step by step into the capitol. where he once served as a congressman from texas. his body lies in state at the rotunda at the capitol. it was opened all night for the members of the public to come in and pay respects. earlier in the day, a ceremony on capitol hill where the common theme was not only speaking about the achievements of the former president, but mostly about who he was as a man. he was humble and he was kind and someone who established deep relationships here in washington.
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>> he showed us that how we live is as important as what we achieve. his life was a hymn of honor. his legacy is grace perfected. his memory will belong to glory. >> reporter: the former president's body will continue to lie in state overnight tonight until wednesday where it will be brought to the national cathedral for his memorial service. he will be eulogized by his son, former president george w. bush. christine and dave. >> thank you, sunlen. in addition to that, president bush will be eulogized by brian mulroney and jon meacham. former senator alan simpson. president trump will attend the funeral on wednesday at the national cathedral, but not speak. presidents are usually asked for
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eulogies, but the service was already in place before he was president and there is another president in the family to speak at an the certify -- at the service. >> all of the living presidents are expected to attend the funeral on wednesday which should make for interesting political theater. at least an astonishing photo op. putting aside predecessors he harshly criticized. george h.w. bush will wear socks honoring his naval service. he started as an 18-year-old naval aviator. the last world war ii veteran president of the united states. postal service will suspend service honoring the former president george h.w. bush. special counsel robert mueller is expected to file a sentencing memo for michael flynn today. the document could provide details about what mueller knows and where his investigation is headed next. flynn was forced to resign as national security director in february of 2017. the white house says he was let
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go for misleading vice president pence about conversations with a russian diplomat. in december of 2017, flynn pleaded guilty of lying to the fbi and agreed to cooperate with mueller. the special counsel also expected to file a sentencing memo for former campaign chairman paul manafort. at least some of the memo will be made public. mueller promised to layout specifics of the manafort alleged lies which led to the termination of the plea deal. president trump's contempt for the special counsel appears to be boiling over in the latest twitter rampage which could amount to obstruction of justice or witness tampering. the president urging the maximum sentence for his former personal lawyer michael cohen who flipped on him with two guilty pleas. >> mr. trump tweeted cohen is making up stories to get a deal for himself, his wife and father-in-law so they can get off scott free. notice the president's spelling of "scot free."
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notice the spelling of scott free? scot with one "t" is free of penalty. scott with two "ts" is some guy named scott. we have more from kaitlan collins at the white house. >> reporter: dave and christine, it seems that president trump bottled up his anger toward the special counsel robert mueller and unleashed it in a series of tweets going after the special counsel, but after his former attorney michael cohen who recently pleaded guilty to lying to congress. president trump is not only saying he lied under oath, but calling for the maximum prison sentence for michael cohen saying he should be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law for the crimes he committed which he says were not related to him. two high profile guilty pleas from michael cohen have had to do with president trump. one admitted he violated campaign finance laws which he did at the direction of president trump and lying to congress, which he said he did out of loyalty to president
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trump. this seems to have unnerved president trump. we reported michael cohen sat down with the special counsel's team for at least 70 hours over the last several weeks which is something clearly giving the president a cause for concern. dave and christine. >> thank you for that. the president's tweets spawning a fight between eric trump and george conway, kellyanne conway's husband. it began monday morning when conway suggested mr. trump's tweets on the russia probe amounted to witness tampering. >> eric trump responded with this, of all of the ugliness in politics, the utter disrespect of george conway shows toward his wife, her career, place of work and everything she has
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fought so hard to achieve might top them all. investors cheered the temporary trade truce. $200 billion in chinese goods stay at 10%. not rise to 25% as they were scheduled on january 1st. dow rose 288 points. big moves for china stocks. apple, boeing, caterpillar all closing higher. china said it would be willing to purchase a substantial amount of agriculture and energy and other products. those details coming from the u.s. side. chinese have been more vague about where we're going here. the president tweeted about the success of the meeting with president xi jinping. he said quote, relations are china have taken a big leap
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forward. and we make the finest and cleanest product in the world. that is what china wants. farmers, i love you. analysts are worried this could be short lived. the two countries have 90 days to resolve all of that. trade issues which have been in contention for years if not decades. these are complaints by the u.s. that the chinese have shown little, if any, inclination to change. the u.s. trade representative will negotiate. and a guy who was champion of the tariffs -- >> how significant is that? >> it is significant that the united states wants timelines and results and concrete actions about the things on the list. >> and if they were steve mnuchin, maybe different results? hard liner on trade. later today, cia director gina haspel is expected to brief a group of lawmakers on the
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murder of journalist jamal khashoggi. some senators slammed the trump administration last week when they were denied a cia briefing on the case. haspel may be able to provide details about the audio tape of the murder and some reported text messages from the crown prince. the briefing last week without haspel triggered a backlash with senators voting to advance the resolution to cut support for the saudis on the war in yemen. republican senator lindsey graham shows saudi arabia that congress is not mugging for the cameras. we are a co-we equal branch of government. -- we are a co-equal branch of government. after all, i think someone has to do it. i think i'm the most qualified person to be president.
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the words of joe biden on a book stop in montana. he says his family must decide if they are prepared for a white house run. the decision will be made in the next six-to-eight weeks. biden sounds like he is in campaign mode telling the moderator, quote, i am a gaffe machine, but my god, what a wonderful thing compared to the guy who can't tell the truth. do you think he runs? >> i think he does. i think ages and gaffes he referenced is not an issue. the names of 11 priests suspected of anbusing children remains private. why the court won't release the names of the priests next. ♪
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of the sex abuse chases. keeping the -- cases. keeping the names under wraps is providing them their rights under the state constitution. the state's bishops can and should release the names. the august grand jury report detailed decades of sexual abuse cases against children. the police chief in springfield, missouri, promising to do better with the response to sex crimes cases following a cnn investigation. paul williams apologizing after rape kit destruction was a regular practice. williams invited victims to contact him if they felt the assaults were not investigated properly. >> he says going forward the department will no longer give sex crimes victims a ten-day deadline to respond to investigators or face the closure of cases. cnn discovered this practice is
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not only limited to springfield. more than two dozen law enforcement agencies in 14 states destroyed rape kits tied to cases which could be prosecutore e-- prosecuted. a voter fraud scandal in north carolina may lead to a new election. allegations over absentee ballots tampered with in the race of mark harris and dan mccready. some ballots were working for harris' campaign. >> a set of absentee ballots obtained by cnn showed the same nine people signed the same ballots each. many of the nine people seemed to know each other. mccready conceded after results showed harris won by 905 votes. coming up, we will talk sports on monday night football.
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ariana grande. in the post, he talked about battling bipolar disorder and hopes what he has to say can help others cope with tough situations. despite the online bullying, davidson refuses to give in. writing, no matter how hard the internet tries to make me kill myself, i won't. i'm upset i even have to say this. to all those holding me down and seeing this for what it is, i see you and i love you. davidson criticizes the media and culture echoing the sentiment of the issues. dave. thank you. we will talk about sports. kareem hunt cleared waivers. we have andy scholes with more in the "bleacher report." >> hunt reportedly kicked a man at a nightclub in january. there are three incidents hunt has been accused of in 2018
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alone. the latest coming to light happened in january according to the police report. hunt and several others repeatedly hit the victim breaking his rib and nose. the 37-year-old unidentified male did not pursueincident. chiefs released hunt after tmz released a video of him assaulting a woman. he apologized publicly and said he deserves another chance. it is not a good year for quarterbacks of the washington redskins. now colt mccoy's season coming to an end. he broke his tibia on that play. they are left with mark sanchez for quarterback. adrian peterson had a touchdown in the game. he finished eight yards on the other eight carries.
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they are 6-6 with the match up with the cowboys on sunday. warriors looking to snap the road losing streak last night in atlanta. steph curry on fire early. he out scored the hawks by himself in the first quarter. curry with 18. the hawks, 17. warriors win easy. 128-111. before the game, curry making the fan's day. the 18-year-old involved in a car crash that left him with severe injuries in june. curry signing autographs for him and taking pictures with his family. the family tweeted it was a dream come true for boston smith to meet curry and gave him motivation. the heisman announcing the three finalists. oklahoma's kyler murray and tuatagovailoa and ohio state's
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haskins. trying to follow-up on baker mayfield. if you want to win the heisman trophy, the plan is go play for lincoln riley. it is like heisman u. there. >> in 2008, sam bradford. i think kyler wins. you? >> i have a vote, dave. i'm not allowed to say who i voted for. nice. thank you, my friend. romans, over to you. >> very diplomatic. thank you. a holiday light display in texas is lighting up 911 emergency switch boards. inspired by "christmas vacation" recreating the scene where clark griswold is putting up christmas lights. a man driving by dialed 911 and stopped to help before realizing it was a dummy. the man was a veteran and the
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homeowner invited him over and thanked him for his service and gave him $500 for groceries for the holiday. i'm trying to figure out if i should watch that movie. >> dave briggs approved. >> that means i have to do research, i think. >> it does. did the guy stay up? did they leave the display up or has he taken it down? there's a lot to love about this story and that movie. ahead, our 41st president. war hero. lies in state. people showing up to pay tribute to the late george herbert walker bush. and is michael flynn the next twitter target? it depends on what robert mueller shares today. natarrier, so i can lock in moisture... and keep us protected. we've got to have each other's backs... and fronts. cerave. what your skin craves.
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capitol rotunda george herbert walker bush lying in state. president trump paying respects as funeral details are revealed. after a year of silence, we're about to hear how much michael flynn knows about the president's ties to russia. critical details expected today from the special counsel. cia director briefing on the jamal khashoggi case. her absence last week drew scorn from lawmakers. and another assault allegation against former nfl star kareem hunt. one nfl announcer is saying enough with the second chances. twitter pointed out the irony that colin kaepernick is unsigned and reuben foster claimed by the redskins. welcome back to "early start." i'm dave briggs. >> i'm christine romans. it is 31 minutes past the hour. at this hour, george herbert walker bush is lying in state in the capitol rotunda. his body will remain there for
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public viewing through tomorrow. the president and first lady honoring him with a moment of silence. mr. trump saluted and mrs. trump held her hand over her heart. >> later today, the president will visit the bush family at the blair house. the blair house is across the street from the white house. lines stretched into the early morning hours. more now from cnn's sunlen serfaty on capitol hill. >> reporter: good morning, dave and christine. there have been so many moving moments to honor the life and legacy of george h.w. bush. up here on capitol hill, there was so much emotion from his family as they watched his casket slowly brought step by step into the capitol. this is where he once served as a congress member from texas. his body lies in state at the rotunda. it was opened all night for the members of the public to come in and pay respects. earlier in the day, a ceremony
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on capitol hill where the common theme was not only speaking about the achievements of the former president, but mostly about who he was as a man. he was humble and he was kind and someone who established deep relationships here in washington. >> he showed us that how we live is as important as what we achieve. his life was a hymn of honor. his legacy is grace perfected. his memory will belong to glory. >> reporter: the former president's body will continue to lie in state overnight tonight until wednesday where it will be brought to the national cathedral for his memorial service. he will be eulogized by his son, former president george w. bush. christine and dave. >> sunlen, thank you. in addition to that, president bush will be eulogized by brian
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mulroney and former senator alan simpson and historian jon meacham. president trump will attend the funeral on wednesday at the national cathedral, but not speak. presidents are usually asked for eulogies, but the service was already in place before he was elected and there is another president in the bush family to speak anyway. >> indeed. all of the living presidents will attend the funeral on wednesday which should make for interesting political theater. at least an astonishing photo op. putting aside predecessors he harshly criticized. bush 41 will be buried wearing socks honoring his naval service. he started as an 18-year-old naval aviator. the post office will honor george h.w. bush with a day of mournings on wednesday.
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>> let's bring in political reporter daniel lippman. and i watched this service last night and how somber it was and i wondered does the washington of george herbert walker bush exist? the multilateral man who supported multinational organizations and groups? meant post-war to keep the u.s. safe? that is not the nationalist talk we hear around the world today. >> no, it seems like it was a totally different era. if there can be good taken from his death, perhaps the politicians who go to his funeral and are taking in all of the different memorials to him can actually say, well, in the new congress, maybe we can work together and try to emulate former president bush's legacy
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instead of having very divisive politics which we live in today where the president and democrats and republicans don't seem to care about the country. it is more about scoring political points. that's a tired phrase. that's the truth. >> it was nice to see democrats and republicans in the house and senate join in hands and share in mourning bush 41. it feels like we are not just mourning a war hero and great man, but idea and concept of a type of politics. >> of civility. we talk about the living presidents who will be there together. it will show the continuity of the office. i hope it will be less political theater than we fear. >> you wrote about this in the presence of president trump and how the bush family did want him there. what will unfold with this fascinating awkward political theater, do you think?
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>> president trump has shown almost abnormal normal ity in te last couple days. he has been tweeting a lot about the russia investigation. he clearly is worried about that. that is standard course for him. so, you know, i talked to a lot of people who worked for both president bushs. they said they wanted to put the divide between trump and bush family behind him in his death. he wanted to basically say president trump, i will take the higher road. you can come to my funeral. i won't exclude you like john mccain. it is a deal. you have to act presidential if you are going to go to my memorial service. >> let me ask you about trade. the president also tweeting about trade and what a win that was and how the chinese will buy mega an amounts of agriculture. the chinese have not said they
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will do these things. how big of a breakthrough from where you are in washington, how big of a breakthrough was that trade pause that the president managed? >> often times deals which are struck in argentina or elsewhere, sometimes can be larger than what initially meets the eye or smaller. you have a situation where president trump wanted a win out of the g20. this was one of the few summits that he actually didn't mess up. he wasn't cutting the macedonian prime minister in line for the photo op. he acted pretty presidential. in terms of the actual deal, there is no specifics we have here. he appointed robert leightheiser to do the trade talks.
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trump was tired of mnuchin not getting a good enough deal. he wanted to bring in the heavy. >> this agreement, perhaps, lost in translation, for the time being. daniel, good to have you here. thank you. >> thank you. special counsel robert mueller is expected to file a sentencing memo for michael flynn today. documents providing details of what mueller knows and where the investigation is headed. flynn was forced to resign as national security adviser in february of 2017. the white house says he was let go because he misled vice president pence about the conversations with the russian diplomat. flynn pleaded guilty of lying to the fbi. >> the special counsel is expecting to file a sentencing memo for former chairman paul manafort. mueller promised to layout specifics which led to the termination of the plea deal. cia director gina haspel is
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expected to brief the lawmakers on the murder of journalist jamal khashoggi. some senators slammed the trump administration when they were denied the cia briefing on the case. haspel may provide details about the audio tape of the murder. the briefing last week without haspel triggered a backlash with senators voting to advance a resolution to cut u.s. military support to the saudis for the war in yemen. republican senator behind -- >> republican senator lindsey graham says this shows we are not mugging for the cameras and we are exercising leadership to safeguard the interests and reputation. here's the kicker. after all, someone's got to do it. i think i'm the most ca qualified person in the country to be president. the words of joe biden on a book stop in montana. he says his family must decide
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if they are prepared for a white house run. the decision will be made in the next six-to-eight weeks. biden sounds like he is in campaign mode telling the moderator, quote, i am a gaffe machine, but my god, what a wonderful thing compared to the guy who can't tell the truth. the question is what kind of a nation are we becoming? >> we can imagine the debates between biden and trump. boy, would that be fascinating television. 76 years young. is age no longer an issue? >> i don't know. these guys run how many miles a day? in general, people i think are heal healthier now. ahead, could voters in the nine district vote all over again? absentee ballots under new scrutiny this morning. only at jared. explore our entire le vian collection at jared.com.
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easing of tension between russia and ukraine. russia unblocking the ports on the azov sea allowing traffic to resume through the kerch strait. russia fired on ukrainian ships last week and captured three of them and captured and detained ukrainian soldiers. ukraine welcomes the restored access, but awaiting release of the service members. the death of the top admiral in the middle east over the weekend was an apparent suicide. cnn reported on saturday that vice admiral scott stearney was found dead in his home in bahrain. a voter fraud scandal in north carolina may lead to a new election. officials in the ninth district were investigating if absentee ballots were tampered with
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between mike harris and dan mccready. a review of ballots revealed many were signed by the same small group of people. some connected to a long time operative working for harris' campaign. >> a set of 161 absentee ballots op obtained by cnn shows the same people signed at least ten absentee ballots each and many of those nine people seemed to know each other. only the voter or near relative can hand in an absentee ballot. the republican operative denied any wrongdoing. mccready conceded after harris won by 905 votes. the city of springfield police chief promising to do better. rape kit destruction was a regular agency practice. the chief paul williams is inviting victims to contact him. >> he said the department will no longer give sex crime victims a ten-day deadline to respond to
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investigators. cnn found two dozen law enforcement agencies in 14 states destroyed at least 400 rape kits tied to cases which could be prosecuted. the number is likely much higher. let's get a check of cnn business. global stocks are lower. excitement over the u.s. and china trade truce is fading. nikkei closed down. shanghai and hang seng closing up. and futures are lower this morning. on monday, investors cheered that trade truce. dow rose 288 points. the major u.s. average is still only 1%. if you thought the trade war was over, you would have a bigger gain. u.s. and china have 90 days to resolve trade issues which have been in contention for years if not decades. tumblr is cracking down on
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a storm system targeting california and the eastern u.s. bracing for colder temperatures. here is meteorologist pedram javaheri. >> dave and christine, good morning. what an incredible pattern. for the second time in as many weeks, we have another system and another impressive system pushing across the western united states. the state that needs the most gets quite a bit of rainfall in the next 24 hours. not just in northern and central california, but southern california picking up significant rainfall over the next couple days. potentially making los angeles one of the wettest spots in the country. this all translates to higher elevation sierra snowshowers which is great for the water reserve for next summer.
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did news all the way -- good news all the way around. look at the broad perspective. it is relatively quiet across much of the u.s., temperatures are cold. some 5 to 10 degrees below average. that keeps chicago and new york city into the 30s. atlanta only in the 40s. the trend will get colder as we go into the latter portion of the week as we get a frigid set up for friday and saturday. guys. pedram, thank you. the pennsylvania supreme court rejected a request to release names of 11 unidentified priests in the clergy abuse grand jury report. the court said keeping the names secret is the only way to protect their right to reputation under the state constitution. the state attorney general's office cannot release the names, but the catholic's bishops can and should. the names of more than 270 priests were released in the
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report. assault allegation against former kansas city chiefs running back kareem hunt. he is accused of kicking a man in january in a nightclub. he and others hit the victim and breaking his rib and nose. the chiefs released hunt on friday after video showed hunt assaulting a woman in february. he has since apologized. another domestic violence case came up on monday night football. washington claimed reuben foster after being cut by the 49ers following allegations of domestic battery. jason witten, a former tight end, says it sends the wrong message. >> the redskins willing to take a chance on fostreuben foster. should they? >> 100% no. i believe the washington redskins used who ahorrendous judgment in claiming this guy. my family has been affected by
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domestic violence. i understand the anguish it cauti causes. young players have to understand there is no tolerant for putting your hands on a woman. >> witten has a foundation against domestic violence. redskins president bruce allen told espn the team did its own investigating and felt comfortable they heard the side of the foster story which is different. and a christmas light display bringing 911 calls. he is hanging from the roof putting up christmas lights. a man driving by stopped to help and dialed 911. he realized it is a dummy. the good smar amaritan is a vet. the homeowner tracked him down and thanked him for the service to the country.
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>> they have a sign that says do not call 911. this is not real. yes, your kids can watch "christmas vacation" and should. >> i'm on common sense media. they're too young. thanks for joining us. i'm christine romans. >> i'm dave briggs. see you tomorrow. this hero has returned to the capitol a final time. >> what we see is a man whose service was not driven by political gain or power. >> god bless the memory of george herbert walker bush. it could be a momentous week. these court filings could be quite revealing. >> these two tweets together, it's part of a very disturbing pattern. >> he talked about roger stone telling the truth. that is a tantamount to obstruction of justice. >> this is potentially an abuse of power that could lead to impeachment. >> announcer: this is "new day" with alisyn camerota and john berman. >> welcome to our viewers in the united states and all

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