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text "listen5" to 500500 to start your free trial today. we're going to do whatever is necessary to build a border wall. he is not going to get the wall in any form. >> five days until the government shutdown. no closer to the deal on the border wall. now questions about whether republicans will show up for a vote. $130,000 to stormy whatever and $100,000 to the other one is not a crime. >> michael cohen may disagree. rudy giulia rudy giuliani at odds with prosecutors. now where the russia probe may be hampered. and obamacare up in the air.
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the texas judge scraps the entire law. will his ruling stabbed nd up o appeal? and the big spike in teen vaping. interesting numbers. good morning. welcome to "early start." i'm dave briggs. >> i'm christine romans. it is monday, december 17th. 4:00 a.m. in the east. less than five days until the partial government shutdown unless the president and congress can reach a deal for the border wall. the white house is demanding $5 billion for the wall. remember, mexico was going to pay for it. congressional democrats rejecting that request. the white house senior adviser stephen miller taking a hard line on "face the nation." >> we will do whatever is necessary to build the border wall and stop this ongoing crisis of illegal immigration. this is a very -- if it comes to it, absolutely. this is a fundamental issue.
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at stake is whether or not the united states remains a sovereign country and establish and enforce rules for entry into the country. >> but "the new york times" reports that house republicans have a more immediate problem. members retiring or defeated don't want to show up to vote any longer. many have been skipping votes since the midterms and gop heards are -- gop leaders are unsure if they will show up. chuck schumer says they are not sure if they have the votes to get the wall. >> the president should understand there are not the votes for the wall. in the house and senate, he will not get the wall in any form. >> if a partial shutdown happens at the end of the week, the congressi consequences could trickle down. the president is scheduled to leave for christmas vacation this week in florida. a damning report claiming silicon valley may have done the
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bear minimum to help the senate russia investigation. the report commissioned from an online intel firm. social media companies could have done a better job providing data about russian accounts that posed as americans. "the washington post" has a separate report for the intel committee. it finds the russians used every major social media platform to influence voters to elect president trump and work harder to support him once in office. >> in the election and after. president trump's attorney rudy giuliani says his client may have been involved in conversations about trump tower moscow significantly later than previously known. the president's former personal attorney michael cohen claimed those talks ended in january of 2016 before the primaries. and when cohen pleaded guilty to lying to congress, he said those talks lasted through june. now the talks could have lasted
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longer through the campaign. >> did michael cohen know donald trump was pursuing trump tower moscow into the summer of 2016? >> according to the answer he gave, it would have covered up to november of 2016. he had conversations with him. >> stcnn reported last week tha robert mueller is still interested in interviewing the president in person, but giuliani is having none of it. >> good luck. good luck. after what they did to flynn and trapped him into perjury and no sentence for him? 14 days for pappanastos. >> for more on that, here is boris sanchez at the white house. >> reporter: the white house is in clean up mode after negative comments about the president in public.
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giuliani effectively trying to discredit michael cohen and put distance between the former fixer and the white house. giuliani insisting the payments made to stormy daniels and karen mcdougal were not campaign finance contributions. >> it is not a crime. paying $130,000 to stormy whatever and paying $100,000 to the other one is not a crime. if there is not a purpose, it is no longer a campaign contribution. suppose he used his campaign contributions to payoff stormy? >> reporter: in the southern district of new york, michael cohen plead guilty to campaign finance violations for those specific payments. there is what rudy giuliani is saying and what is actually happening in court. we should point out we may not have heard the last of michael cohen. representative elijah coummings
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said he would like to invite michael cohen back to capitol hill to testify wednesday more. dave and christine. >> thank you, boris. a new poll showing americans find the president is lying about the russia investigation. in the nbc poll, 62% think the president is not honest of russia. a new cnn poll has mixed news for the president. from the first in the nation caucus state. 2/3 of iowa republican voters would definitely vote to reelect mr. trump if the general election were held today. the caucus is to pick the candidate. the state party should welcome challengers to the president. the future of obamacare once again up in the air. a federal judge in texas striking down the entire affordable care act as unconstitutional. you may remember back in 2012, the supreme court did uphold the law claiming the individual mandate was a legal tax.
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last year, the tax was reduced to zero and the judge cited zero tax means zero individual mandate. the argument without it, the whole law is false. >> the affordable care act covers people with pre-existing conditions. it lets states expand medicare. these are really popular parts of obamacare. president trump declared that the decision a great ruling for our country. some republicans are not sold. maine senator susan collins believes the ruling will be overturned on appeal. >> there's no reason why the individual mandate provision can't be struck down and keep all of the good provisions of the affordable care act. >> a group of states led by california vowing to appeal the decision and another judge considering a case brought by maryland defending obamacare. we may get duelling rulings
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here. >> interesting to see if this development change will impact enrollment numbers. the acting chief of staff has not had kind words for his boss in the past. this is what mick mulvaney said about trump during the campaign debate in 2016. >> i think he is a terrible human being, but the choice on the other side is just as bad. >> on friday, president trump tapped mick mulvaney on an acting basis for chief of staff. the office of management and budget calls mulvaney's criticism of the president old news and claims he likes and respects the president now. to be fair, a lot of mainstream republicans were critical of the president along the way. he had a hostile takeover of the republican party.
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now they are working with the guy at the helm. >> even both presentdessors cal him a kook. and after announcing ryan zinke out at the end of the month. he faces multiple investigations. including he used his office for personal gain. he calls the claims false. "the washington post" claimed that the white house pushed him to leave. possible contenders to replace include deputy interior secretary and nevada senator dean heller who lost his re-election bid. army major matt bolstein is charged with murder. the allegation came after a job
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interview. >> according to "the post" matt golsteyn admitted to the killing. this could derail military prosecution of him. commanders in chief do not usually weigh in on active cases to avoid undue influences. >> a complicated situation. volatility. trade war and brexit kchaos making for wild swings. dow dropped 2% on friday. s&p declined 1.9%. ands nasdaq fell 2.3%. a batch of negative and corporate developments and weak growth numbers from china and europe. the nikkei closed down 2%. shanghai closed 1%. and hang seng down. european markets closed lowers well. news on the u.s. and china trade front did not impact the markets. wall street not fazed.
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the president tweeted a big and comprehensive deal with china could happen soon. the central bank is widely expected to raise rates on wednesday. ahead, theresa may not too happy with one of the predecessors. tony blair calling for a second brexit vote. we are live in london ahead. it's great when you see a hundred orders come in, a hundred orders come in, but then you realize i've got a hundred orders i have to ship out. shipstation streamlined that wh the order data, the weights of , everything is seamlessly put into shipstation, so when we print the shipping ll everything's pretty much done. it's so much easier so now, we're ready, bring on t. shipstation. the number one ch of online sellers. go to shipstation.com/tv and get two months free.
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when theresa may stands before the house of commons this afternoon, she is expected to speak out against the possibility of the second brexit referendum. the british prime minister arguing it would harm the uk political system. former prime minister tony blair not buying it. he is backing a second brexit vote and publicly calling on may to do the same. erin mclaughlin is live in london this morning. er erin, good morning to you. she is in a corner once again. >> reporter: that's right. it was a bruising week last week
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for prime minister theresa may. she is expected to come out today swinging against growing calls for that second brexit referendum from tony blair, the former uk prime minister. other prime ministers speaking out in favor of that option as well. gordon brown, for example. there are media reports of members of her cabinet, her deputies and chief of staff, planning for that eventuality. those reports have been denied. theresa may, today, is expected to argue against it. saying it is undemocratic and divisive. t the fact of the matter is her brexit deal is expected to get to a vote. the no deal brexit is seen as catastrophic for the eu and uk. some projections show if that happens, the uk economy could go into reception and gdp dipping
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7%. the other option is another referendum. that's why we are seeing a momentum growing here for that possibility. >> what a mess. she was even skewered on "saturday night live." a study south of cairo. a private tomb belonging to a priest named wahtye is pure. it contains five burial shafts. an exciting find. just ahead, the father of the migrant girl who died says
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a congressional delegation heads to new mexico tomorrow. the group is getting a first hand look at the facility where the 7-year-old guatemalan girl became sick and died this month. the father of jakelin caal maquin says he has no complaints of the treatment of his daughter by cbp. he says she was properly fed on their journey. a new report showing vaping
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among america's teens has continued to increase as drinking and smoking cigarettes has declined. the report comes from the institute of social research. vaping was the most commonly used in 2018. the national center of drug abuse says vigilance is needed because vaping could lead teens to other drugs. expressions of love and support for pete davidson. new york city police conducted a wellness check on him after alarming post on saturday. i really don't want to be on this earth anymore. the entire instagram account was later deleted. >> once again, mark ronson and miley cyrus. >> a lot of relief for fans when davidson appeared on "saturday
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night live." he had a rough year after the break up with ariana grande and then apologizes for mocking the appearance of dan crenshaw who lost his eye serving in afghanistan. imagine a world where trump is not president. snl tried with the cralassic "is a wonderful life." >> well, everyone looks so different. what are those things on their faces? >> those are called smiles. >> kavanaugh, how is the supreme court? >> me on the supreme court? with my temperament? are you insane? no, no. they went with the nerd merrick garland. plus, when i tell people i like beer, they find it charming. >> i have had an epiphany. i guess the world needs me to be president after all. >> yeah, that was not the lesson at all. >> i want to be president again.
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i want to be president again. >> listen, donald, every time a bell rings, someone you know quits or goes to jail. >> the next morning, the real president lumped snl in with the one sided coverage and suggested without basis it was defamation. i think not long ago he was hosting. he's been on the show. >> just laugh it off. it took 15 weeks, but the defending super bowl champs finally looked like that. led bewednesday again by nick foles. the eagles took a 30-13 lead in the third quarter on the strength of three rushing touchdowns. philly had to survive late with the game-tying pass. their pittsburgh counterparts turned in the other sunday shocker in the nfl.
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steelers limited tom brady and the patriots to just 7 points. there's your team photo. always the celebrations. will the government shutdown over christmas? two sides no closer to the border wall deal just days to the deadline. and obamacare remains in place for now, but could a judge's ruling force millions to change plans in coming years?
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we're going to do whatever is necessary to build a border wall. >> he is not going to get the wall in any form.
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>> five days until the government shutdown. no closer to the deal on the border wall. now questions about whether republicans will show up for a vote. $130,000 to stormy whatever and $100,000 to the other one is not a crime. >> michael cohen may disagree. rudy giuliani at odds with prosecutors. now where the russia probe may be hampered by big tech. and obamacare up in the air. the texas judge scraps the entire law. will his ruling stand up on appeal? and a huge spike in the number of teens vaping nationwide as other drug use and alcohol on the decline. these numbers are revealing. educators and parents need to take a hard look at that. welcome back to "early start." i'm christine romans. >> changes with the flavors.
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i'm dave briggs. 4:31 eastern time on monday. we are left than five days until a partial government shutdown unless president trump and congress can reach a deal on funding for a border wall. the white house is demanding $5 b billion for the wall, which, remember, mechanixico was going pay for it. congressional democrats rejecting that request. the white house senior adviser stephen miller taking a hard line on "face the nation." >> we will do whatever is necessary to build the border wall and stop this ongoing crisis of illegal immigration. this is a very -- if it comes to it, absolutely. this is a fundamental issue. at stake is whether or not the united states remains a sovereign country and establish and enforce rules for entry into the country. >> "the new york times" reports that house republicans have a more immediate problem. members retiring or defeated in november don't want to show
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up to vote any longer. many have been skipping votes since the midterms and gop leaders are unsure if they will show up. chuck schumer says they are not sure if they have the votes to get billions for the wall. >> president trump should understand there are not the votes for the wall. in the house and senate, he will not get the wall in any form. >> if a partial shutdown happens at the end of the week, the consequences could trickle down. of course, nothing concentrates minds in washington like a holiday. the president is scheduled to leave for christmas vacation this week in florida. 16 days in mar-a-lago. are a damning report claiming silicon valley may have done the bear minimum to help the senate russia investigation. the report commissioned from an online intel firm. social media companies could have done a better job providing data about russian accounts that posed as americans. "the washington post" has a separate report for the intel committee.
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it finds the russians used every major social media platform to influence voters to elect president trump and worked harder to support him once in office. >> in the meantime, president trump's attorney rudy giuliani says his client may have are been involved in the conversations about trump tower moscow significantly later than previously known. the president's former personal attorney michael cohen claimed those talks ended in january of 2016 before the primaries. and when cohen pleaded guilty to lying to congress, he said those talks lasted through june. now the talks could have lasted longer through the campaign. >> did michael cohen know donald trump was pursuing trump tower moscow into the summer of 2016? >> according to the answer he gave, it would have covered up to november of 2016. he had conversations with him. >> cnn reported last week that
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special counsel robert mueller is still interested in interviewing the president in person, but giuliani is having none of it. >> good luck. good luck. after what they did to flynn and trapped him into perjury and no sentence for him? 14 days for papadopoulos. i did better on traffic violations. >> it could be a joke. >> for more on that, we have boris sanchez from the white house. >> reporter: christine and dave, the white house is in clean-up mode after negative comments about the president in public. giuliani effectively trying to discredit michael cohen and put distance between the former fixer and the white house. giuliani insisting the payments made to stormy daniels and karen mcdougal were not campaign finance contributions. >> it is not a crime. it's not a crime george. paying $130,000 to stormy whatever and paying $100,000 to
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the other one is not a crime. if there is not a purpose, it is no longer a campaign contribution. suppose he used his campaign funds to payoff staeormy daniel? it would be a campaign violation. it's not. >> reporter: in the southern district of new york, michael cohen plead guilty to campaign finance violations for those specific payments. there is what rudy giuliani is saying and what is actually happening in court. we should point out we may not have heard the last of michael cohen. representative elijah cummings said he would like to invite michael cohen back to capitol hill to testify once more. dave and christine. >> thank you, boris. a new poll showing americans find the president is lying about the russia investigation. in the nbc poll, 62% think the president is not honest of
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russia. a new cnn poll has mixed news for the president. from the first in the nation caucus state. 2/3 of iowa republican voters would definitely vote to reelect mr. trump if the general election were held today. the caucus is to pick the candidate. the state party should welcome challengers to the president. the future of obamacare once again up in the air. a federal judge in texas striking down the entire affordable care act as unconstitutional. you may remember back in 2012, the supreme court did uphold the law claiming the individual mandate was a legal tax. last year, the tax was reduced to zero and the judge cited zero tax means zero individual mandate. the argument without it, the whole law is false. >> the affordable care act covers people with pre-existing conditions. it lets states expand medicare. and medicaid and let's kids stay
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on their parents policies until age 26. these are really popular parts of obamacare. president trump declared that the decision a great ruling for our country. some republicans are not sold. maine senator susan collins believes the ruling will be overturned on appeal. >> there's no reason why the individual mandate provision can't be struck down and keep all of the good provisions of the affordable care act. >> a group of states led by california vowing to appeal the decision and another judge considering a case brought by maryland defending obamacare. we may get duelling rulings here. enrollment for 2019 ended on saturday. senate doug ducey is likely to replace martha mcsally to replace jon kyl. mcsally lost her bid for the other arizona senate seat during
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the 2018 mid-term elections. cindy mccain holds the key for mcsally because she did not speak out when the president criticized her husband. there will be a special election to fill the remaining two years of senator mccain's term. a terrible two weeks for stock market. brexit chaos making for wild swings in the stock market. the dow dropped 2% on friday to end a really bad week. the s&p fell to the lowest level since early april. nasdaq lost 2.3% on friday. this is shaping up to be the second worst year for investors in a decade. three problems. economic growth in the u.s. the bite from the ongoing trade war with china. wall street is not listening to the presidentresident when twee
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about the breakthroughs. a big deal could happen rather soon according to the president. that did not influence investors. he is tweeting so much, they are starting to ignore him. this week focuses to the federal reserve. the interest rates are expected to increase on wednesday. it does not look like this year will have a santa claus rally with a few days left in the trading year. >> the tax cuts were just a short-term sugar rush? >> a year ago this week, the president signed the corporate tax cuts into law. the signature legislative achievement. the dow down 3% since then. >> if you use that as your scoreca scorecard, it flips against you. new sanctions on north korea. could block the path to denuclearization forever.
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north korea lashing out over the u.s. decision to level sanctions over the three senior government officials. pyongyang over the weekend warned the sanctions could block the path to denuclearization forever. will ripley is live in hong kong with the latest. will, you have been to north korea over a dozen times. were these sanctions meant to send a message? >> reporter: the sanctions, dave, will not have a significant impact. they are symbolic. they are targeting three officials who stand next to kim jong-un on stage. i have seen these men at events. naming them is essentially shaming them that north korea
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calls nonexistent. and publnished for expressing rules against the governing party. the sanctions on kim jong-un's regime is surprising to the people. they thought the u.s. would ease sanctions by now. of course, the u.s. thought north korea would give up nuclear weapons by now. neither side is getting what it wants at the moment. the surprising statement over the weekend saying the sanction issue could derail denuclearization talks and could potentially bring back the really unforgettable times of one year ago when north korea was launches missiles on a regular basis and conducting nuclear tests. we know how close we potentially came to a military conflict with north korea at that time. nobody wants to see a return to that. certainly not the north koreans.
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which is why the messages is increasing in strength hoping the united states will change position and give them economic relief they want. the u.s. has said they will not do that unless north korea is transparent and takes steps to get rid of the nuclear weapons. >> the administration hasn't ruled out a second summit. interesting times. will ripley, thank you. to a cnn exclusive. two weeks after the israeli army got northern shield off the ground with lebanon, cnn is getting a first hand look to uncover and disable tunnels created by hezbollah. there are fears these tunnels could mount an attacks against civilians. cnn is the first broadcaster to go anywhere inside. our ian lee is live with the extraordinary access. walk us through it. >> reporter: christine, we were taken by the israeli military next to the border with lebanon. that is where we saw the huge
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hole in the ground where israel had been drilling. we dropped our camera down tens of yards deep underground past thick solid limestone to expose the tunnel. israel said they drilled in that location to show how the tunnels originate in lebanon and cross into israel. they also drilled down so they are able to later neutralize them. it wasn't what they saw that tipped them off to the tunnels, but what they heard. take a listen. [ grinding noise ] >> reporter: what you are hearing there is drilling through solid rock. israel was able to hear that. they had other advanced technology to identify the tunnels so they can neutralize them. they have about 75 miles of border to search. what they want, they say, is action from the united nations.
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israel says this violates u.n. security council violations that ended the war in 2006 between israel and hezbollah. they want action. the u.n. says they know the tunnels exist and they have been to them. they are going to take their investigation to the security council. it will be up to the security council to determine what to do next. meanwhile, israel is hunting for more tunnels. >> ian lee. thank you. fascinating. johnson & johnson plunged friday after a stunning report from reuters that it knew about asbestos in baby powder for decades. remarkable journalism and a 10% decline. cnn business is next. sses t customers to care for lives to get home to they use stamps.com print discounted postage for any letter any package any time right from your computer all the amazing services of the post office only cheaper get our special tv offer
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mom. ♪ a new report shows vaping among america's teens climbing up 50% in the last 30 days alone. use of alcohol has declined in recent years. this comes from the michigan institute of institute research. the numbers are up sharply from last year. vigilance is needed because vaping could lead teens to other drugs. colorado police offering a $25,000 reward for information leading to the location or safe return of missing kelsey
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berreth. berreth was last seen on thanksgiving day. vos investigators are searching her fiance's property. patrick frazee's attorney says he has been cooperating. a disney actor has been fired after allegations of meeting a 13-year-old for sex. he has been dropped from the disney show "andy mack." he used a dating app to chat with someone he thought was a 13-year-old boy. he sent the boy explicit pictures and tried to arrange a meeting. when he arrived at the location, he was arrested. california dropped plans to tax text messages. it hoped to increase fees to programs for under served
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citizens. a recent fcc ruling says the tax is illegal. the proposed tax faced strong opposition from industry trade groups called it harmful to consumers. expresses of love and support pouring in for "saturday night live's" pete davidson. new york city police conducted a wellness check on the comedian after he posted an inn sta -- instagram post this said he did not want to be on this earth anymore. >> relief from his fans when he appeared late on "snl." he went through a painful break up with ariana grande in october and he had to apologize for mocking the appearance of dan crenshaw who lost his eye
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serving in afghanistan. let's get a check of cnn business. global markets are mixed. tokyo and shanghai higher. hong kong down. london and paris and frankfurt lower. the trade war is biting the chinese economy. on wall street, futures are higher after a terrible day friday. the dow closed 497 points lower on friday. dow down almost 3% since the tax cuts were signed into law last year. the s&p 500 declined 1.9% friday. lowest level since april. the nasdaq fell 2.3%. usually at the end of the year, investors look at santa claus rally. this year it is ho, ho, no. stocks on tract f s os on track
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worst year in a decade. boeing delivers the first 737 to china for the new faculty. this will -- factory. this will be the newest for the market. china is on track to surpass the u.s. by 2022. chinese plant is the first of its kind for boeing. are boeing estimates china will need more than 7,600 new planes worth $1.2 trillion. all eyes on johnson & johnson after the reuters investigation that the company knew about asbestos in baby powder for decades. johnson & johnson is dealing with lawsuits claiming the
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products caused cancer. company executives knew about the problem and failed to disclose it to the public. in the statement, johnson & johnson said the article is false and inflammatory. >> a major store to stay tuned to. "early start" continues right now. >> we're going to do whatever is necessary to build the border wall. >> he is not going to get the wall in any form. >> five days until the government shutdown. no closer to the deal on the border wall. now questions about whether republicans will show up for a vote. $130,000 to stormy whatever and $100,000 to the other one is not a crime. >> michael cohen may disagree. rudy giuliani at odds with prosecutors. now where the russia probe may be hampered by big tech.
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health care once again in limbo for some 20 million americans. a texas judge scraps the entire law. will the ruling stand on appeal? and a huge spike in the number of teens vaping nationwide as other drug use and alcohol on the decline. for seniors in high school, the spike is the biggest on record? >> the largest in the 43-year history of the survey. drinking is down and use of opioids is down. good morning. welcome to "early start." i'm christine romans. >> i'm dave briggs. it is 5:00 a.m. in the east. it is days from a partial government shutdown unless the president and congress can real a deal on the border wall. the white house is demanding $5 billion for the wall, which, remember, mexico was going to pay for it. congressional democrats rejecting that request. the white house senior adviser stephen miller taking a hard line on "face the nation."

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