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>> i didn't go to the super bowl. sorry. >> next year. a national emergency on our southern border. >> be prepared to sign the bill. he will also be issuing a national emergency declaration at the same time. >> president trump considering a high-stakes power showdown over his border wall. >> former acting director of the fbi said president trump called a north korean missile launch a hoax. >> we are going home. >> pulling out of a $3 billion deal due to backlash from progressives. >> we are looking down and seeing the claws. >> a man who took on a mountain lion alone with his bare hands tells his story. oh, man, what a man. good morning.
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welcome to "early start". i'm dave briggs. pardon me. the chairs are making noise here. >> i'm christine romans. it is 5:00 a.m. in the east. the president is just hours away from signing a compromise border security bill to avoid a second government shutdown. he's not surrendering. he is using executive powers to cobble together $8 billion from a variety of sources to finance construction of his wall, a move that has the fullbacking of mitch mcconnell. >> i have had an opportunity to speak with president trump. he is prepared to signed bill. he will also be issuing a national emergency declaration at the same time. and i've indicated to him that i'm going to prepare -- i'm going to support the national emergency declaration. >> the president plans to use executive orders to collect $8 billion for wall funding.
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$1.375 billion already in the spending bill he will sign this morning. $3.5 billion from military construction funds, $2.5 billion from pentagon counter-narcotics funds, and 600 million from treasury forfeiture funds. many are stunned. others call it inappropriate. others say it is a slippery slope that may come back to haunt the party. >> i continue to believe that this is not what the national emergencies act was of intended to be used for. it was contemplated as a means for responding to a catastrophic event like an attack on our country or a major natural disaster. >> what about if somebody else thinks climate change is national emergency? what will they do and how far will they do? >> house speaker nancy pelosi said they will fight the president with possible legal
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action over the declaration to get money for his border wall. and calls it an end run around congress that sets a dangerous precedent. >> we will review our options. we will be prepared to respond appropriately to it. i know republicans have some unease about it, no matter what they say, because if the president can declare an emergency on something that he has created as an emergency, it is an illusion he wants to convey, just think what a different president with different values can present to the american people. >> let's talk about today, the one-year anniversary of another manifestation of the epidemic of gun violence in america. that's a national emergency. why don't you declare that emergency, mr. president? i wish you would. but a democratic president can do that. >> the speaker of course talking about the one-year anniversary of the parkland shooting.
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the president planning to use executive powers to get funding for his border wall it is important to know what he said in 2014 when about president obama. >> now he has to use executive action. this is a very, very dangerous thing that should be overridden easily by the supreme court. we are looking at now a situation where it should absolutely not pass the constitution ality. but it depends on what they do. >> during ta same interview, donald trump expressed the opinion that president obama could be impeached for taking executive action on immigration. a cnn poll from earlier this month found 66% oppose the idea. all right. amazon backing out of building that hq2, second headquarters in new york. amazon chose queens and northern virginia to split duty as its second headquarters in its highly publicized search for a
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new home. each city was expected to have 25,000 workers over time. after backlash from the community, amazon decided to scrub plans to build in new york. essentially the idea among many of the communities was corporate welfare to one of the richest companies was not going to be tolerated. amazon said a number of state, local poll hraeugzs made it clear they oppose our presence and will not work with us for the types of relationships to go forward with the project. mayor de blasio called out amazon for walking away instead of talking about the community's concerns. >> instead of an actual dialogue we get a call this morning saying we're taking our ball and going home. i've never seen anything like it. >> the progressive backlash was pretty loud and noisy. alexandria ocasio-cortez called
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it a victory for the members of the community who hated this deal. >> we should not be giving away our infrastructure, our subway system, our schools, or teacher salaries, firefighters budgets to a company that has not shown good faith to new yorkers. >> amazon has no plan to reopen the search at this time and plans to move forward with office expansions in virginia as well as nashville. the white house firing back to stunning allegations from andrew mccabe. high-level meetings were held at the justice department to remove president trump from office using the 25th amendment. mccabe was tpeufired last marchm the fbi. white house press second ripping mccabe saying he has no
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credibility and is an embarrassment to the men and women of the fbi our great country >> reporter: as a new attorney general takes the reins of the justice department, the former director of the fbi now laying bare the ghost of 2017, that period that rocked the justice department and the fbi. in an a new interview with "60 minutes", andrew mccabe describes why he needed to open an investigation after the firing of james comey. and he confirms reports that the deputy attorney general rod rosenstein discussed recruiting cabinet members to invoke the 25th amendment to remove trump from office and wearing a wire to record his conversations with the president. in a fresh statement on rosenstein's behalf, the justice department saying in part, the deputy attorney general never authorized any recording that mr. mccabe references as the deputy attorney general has stated based on his personal dealings with the president, there is no basis to invoke the
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25th amendment nor was the dag in a position to consider invoking the 25th amendment. they point to his credibility issues given he was fired for lying to internal justice department investigators. as we have previously reported, he did keep contemporaneous notes on all of his conversations. more to come on this for sure. back to you. thank you so much for that. vice president mike pence does not believe mccabe's claims about discussions that took place to remove president trump from office. he tells msnbc no one ever brought up the subject with him. >> i never heard of it. i never heard any discussion of the 25th amendment. and frankly i find any suggestion of it to be absurd. this president has been producing for the american people and i couldn't be more proud to stand with him. the words, the writings of a disgraced fbi agent won't change that fact for the american people. >> and you have never heard of
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this before? >> i have never heard of any discussion of the 25th amendment by members of this government, and i would never expect to. >> mccabe making shocking allegations about president trump in his new book. the former acting fbi director provides new details about what he calls the president's subservience to vladimir putin. he dismissed 2017 north korean missile launch as a quote hoax. he thought north korea did not have the capable to launch such missiles. he said he knew this because vladimir putin had told him so. kim jong-un dedicated it to, quote, arrogant americans. and former attorney general jeff sessions as a man who seemed obsessed with immigration issues. he said back in the old days he only hired irishmen.
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they were tkrupgs but they could be trusted. not lime all those new people with nose rings and tattoos. the idea sessions ever saying a disparaging thing about law enforce many is laughable. trade talks between the u.s. and china just ended in beijing. was any progress made? we'll take you there live next. neutrogena® rapid wrinkle repair's derm-proven retinol works so fast, it takes only one week to reveal younger looking skin. neutrogena® on car insurance? did the little piggy cry wee wee wee all the way home? weeeeeeeee! we we weeeee! weeeeeeee! weeeeeeee! weeeeeeee! max.
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>> reporter: yeah. i think there is. if only because of these photos that we just actually got from earlier today where you can see president xi jinping meetings with members of the u.s. trade delegation, including secretary of the treasury steve mnuchin and ambassador robert lighthouser. that wouldn't be happening if things happened badly today. we know the secretary of the treasury mnuchin tweeted out he had productive talks with his chinese counterpart. taken together there, i think some progress has been made. they didn't leave talks on a sour note. as to how much power was made, what kind of substantive progress was made. we don't know. we are waiting for the u.s. side to put out some kind of statement as well as the chinese side. the big question, was enough made for the president of the united states to allow the march 1st deadline with tariffs on chinese imports in the u.s. will be raised. will he let that deadline slide in order to not escalate this
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trade war and give himself more time to meet in person with the president of china, xi jinping. all eyes on the statements set to come out between both sides. will they talk about the two president' meeting, talk about how much progress was made? we are hoping to get more detail sometime in the next two hours. >> you will think the mindfulness of the market would kick that can. matt rivers, thank you, my friend. now this story. a man attacked by a mountain lion while running on a colorado trail is reliving his life and death struggle with this cat. he moved to ft. collins to lead a more outdoor life. 6th hurd rustling in pine needles behind him. and an adolescent mountain lion emerged. he tried screaming at the cat, but it attacked. >> it was going toward my face, so i threw up my hands to block
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my face. at which point it grabbed onto my hand and wrist. i remember looking down and seeing the claws retracting and coming out of its paws. and i was just very concerned that mom was going to come out of nowhere. at that point that fight would be over pretty quickly. i will never be able to live up to the reputation. the story is bigger than my form. so yeah. >> i don't know. >> that's awesome. >> travis was able to maneuver his way on "top of the mountain" lion and somehow suffocated it with his foot. he said he loves colorado for the wildlife but admits its better from a distance is. >> that's my home state. that man needs a reality show. well done, travis. as the commissioner of the nba is he being courted by nfl owners to jump leagues? coy wire has this intriguing
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pulling out of a deal. >> a man swept away by floodwaters. remarkable. welcome back to "early start". i'm christine romans. >> i'm dave briggs. you the taxpayers are paying for the wall. now a national emergency. just hours away from signing a compromise security bill to avoid a government shutdown. but he is not surrendering. he will also declare a national emergency and announce he is using emergency powers to cobble together $8 billion for a variety of sources to finance construction of his wall. a move that has the fullbacking of mitch mcconnell. >> i had an opportunity to speak with president trump. and he would, i would say to all my colleagues, he is prepared to sign a bill. he will also be issuing a national emergency declaration at the same time. and i have indicated to him that i'm going to prepare -- i'm
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going to support the national emergency declaration. >> the president plans to use executive orders to collect $8 billion for wall funding. $1.375 billion is already in the spending bill he will sign later this morning. $3.5 billion will be diverted from military construction funds. $2.5 billion from pentagon counter-narcotics funds. 600 million from treasury forfeiture funds. >> some call it inappropriate. others save it is a slippery slope that may come back to haunt the party. >> i continue to believe that this is not what the national emergency act was intended to be used for. it was contemplated for a means to responding to a catastrophic event on our country or a major
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natural disaster. >> what about if somebody else thinks climate change is a national emergency. what will they do and how far will they go? >> nancy pelosi said they will fight with legal action to get known for his border wall. pelosi calls the move an end run around congress that sets a dangerous precedent. >> we are prepared to respond is appropriately to it. i know some republicans had unease about it no matter what they say. because if the president can declare an emergency on something he has created as an emergency, an illusion he wants to convey, just think what a president with different values can present to the american people. >> you want to talk about a national emergency? let's talk about today, the one-year anniversary of another manifestation of the epidemic of gun violence in america. that's a national emergency. why don't you declare that
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emergency, mr. president? i wish you would. but a democratic president can do that. >> speaker pelosi referencing the one-year anniversary of the parkland shooting. with president trump poised to use executive powers to get funding for his border wall, it is important to know what he said back in 2014 when he used it for the deportation of parents. >> this is a very, very dangerous thing that should be overridden easily by the supreme court. we are looking now at a situation that that absolutely not pass in terms of constitution ality. but it depends what what the justices do. >> he pressed the opinion that president on pwhapl could be impeached for taking executive action on immigration. a cnn poll from earlier this month found 66% oppose the idea.
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>> live to washington. cnn political analyst and editor and publisher of inside election. so nice to see you this friday morning. so we're talking about president trump's double standard on immigration issues. what about the republican party's double standard on immigration? listen. >> the action he's proposed would ignore the law, would reject the voice of the voters, and impose new up fairness on law-abiding immigrants all without solving the problem. >> we, the senate, are weighing in our duty to stop this lawless administration and its unconstitutional is amnesty. >> i can promise you we have more just like that. we could fill the entire segment -- >> only so much time. >> -- with that. talk to me a little bit about the hypocrisy of the party and
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why mitch mcconnell caved on this. >> hypocrisy. politicians are hypocritical? hit record. in two years or six years from now, we will be having a conversation probably with a democratic president using a national emergency. we will have all this tape from what democrats are saying now. it goes in cycles. particularly on capitol hill and with parties in power and the prospective changes when they are making these sorts of decisions. that's what we're seeing. the party in the white house on capitol hill criticizing the president for making these decisions. >> president trump doesn't give a damn about the future of the party. he won't be president anymore when the bill is due. but the party, mitch mcconnell, it's interesting, the washington post writes by his declaration
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he will have is a new imperial phase. mr. mcconnell previous warned about that. he has perfected the trick. roll over and play dead. there are numerous lawsuits that await. what type of challenges will block or attempt to block this national emergency declaration? >> yeah. assuming the president does, when the signature is on the paper in the rose garden at 10:00 and it happens, we have to wait and see. but once that happens, i think there is going to be a legal challenge. are we going to be tied up for a while? i don't know if the white house ends up getting what they want and being able to shift the money over. or if it allows the president and the white house more time to find a way to save face in this and say, well, we are already rebuilding the wall. he said before the state of the union we are already rebuilding the wall, refurbishing these things in place while it plays out in court. >> they are trying to get the
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money. pentagon counter-narcotics funds sounds like it's important for national security. that is money going after drug dealers. military construction funds. that is revamping military facilities. that might require a national emergency declaration for sure. how does nancy pelosi move forward from here -- she got a house resolution, right? the house would pass a resolution against this. >> a disapproval. >> and mitch mcconnell has to bring that to the senate. and they're all on the record. >> extremely difficult. we learned this before. it is extremely difficult to get all three pieces on the same page, the white house, the democratic house, and the republican senate. one of them might be able to do something. but to get full agreement, i'm skeptical that it is going to happen. we might get with the funding shutdown or the government funding resolution that's happening today. but that's a rarity and really a
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short-term thing. >> and long down the road he would certainly have a democratic president on climate change and gun violence. nathan, stick around. we want to ask you about these amazon killers as the new york daily news calls them. amazon backing out of the hq2 in new york. each city was expected to have 25,000 workers over time. great, right? no. there was really really big backlash from politicians and the community. and amazon pulled out, scrubbed plans to build in new york. in a statement amazon said a number of state and local politicians made it clear they oppose our presence and will not work with us to build the type of relationships to go forward that we and many others had especially visioned in new york city.
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>> instead of an actual dialogue we get a call this morning saying we're taking our ball and going home. i've never seen anything like it. >> the progressive backlash was pretty loud and noisy. alexandria ocasio-cortez called it a victory for the members of the community who hated this deal. >> we should not be giving away our infrastructure, our subway system, our schools, or teacher salaries, firefighters budgets to a company that has not shown good faith to new yorkers. >> amazon has no plan to reopen the search at this time and plans to move forward with office expansions in virginia as well as nashville. come back and talk to us about this. this was about corporate welfare to one of the world's richest companies, right? that's how it was framed in new york. this idea that it was a public subsidy auction around the country. and new york thinks it won the auction. but progress if's took it down. >> i think it's remarkable. the first thing i thought about
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is the impact that congresswoman alexandria ocasio-cortez has had since he's been in office. that is pretty remarkable. every tweet and everything she says, we're always on top of it. this is fascinating. you saw what mayor de blasio said and andrew couomo. he wasn't excited as well. but it's another indication i think that the democratic party in this anti-corporate thread playing through is just rising and increasing. and i think will play out and be a division within the party the next couple years to come. >> and the skpheubgs of it, how does new york attract big business down the road? people leaving the state. it may only get worse.
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it could pave the way for a meeting next month between presidents trump and xi. let's bring in matt rivers. i think you made a really good point. we see president xi talking with the treasury secretary of the united states and trade ambassador of the united states. they wouldn't release those pictures if they weren't confident about some of the progress they made. >> reporter: yeah. and i think you would have seen xi jinping in that room if he wasn't thinking things were going relatively okay. it would be a reciprocal thing. you saw president trump meeting as well. this is xi wanting to show the same respect to the u.s. delegation. if things were falling apart, xi wouldn't be in that room. you are hearing a short tweet from treasury secretary steve mnuchin. he tweeted he had productive
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talks here in china. he tweeted out a family photo with members of both delegations all standing together. if you're just looking at this you say, okay, some progress was made. but how much and is it enough to back off the key deadline. that's when tariffs go from 10% up to 25%. that could irreversibly escalate the trade wore. and what both sides were doing is try to find a way to get the deadline pushed. it is a wait and see game. does donald trump allow the deadline to slide you a little bit to give him a chance to meet with xi jinping in person. >> matt river, thank you. andrew mccabe making shocking allegations about president trump in his new book. he provides new details about what he calls the president's subservience to vladimir putin.
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he dismissed 2017 north korean missile launch as a quote hoax. he thought north korea did not have the capable to launch such missiles. he said he knew this because vladimir putin had told him so. kim jong-un test launched one and dedicated it to, quote, arrogant americans. the nazi concentration that operate indeed occupied poland during world war ii. the vice president visiting auschwitz. 1 million people were killed in a nazi-run facility. and then to germany for a security conference this weekend. >> nevada's highway patrol respond to go more than 100 crashes on rain-slick roads, including this dramatic rescue. one driver service seen being
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swept away by rushing water in a flood channel. firefighters using a ladder to rescue a man, who was taken to the hospital in stable company. >> right. check on cnn business. "early start"'s leading indicator this morning, 1.2%. that's how much retail sales fell in december. that surprise slowdown soured the mood in stock markets around the world. on wall street, you can see futures are lower. tokyo closed lower. one that has turned up slightly right now, watching closely to see how the mood is out here. u.s. futures. there you go. a bit of a rebound after that retail sales. the steepest since 2009. the dow closed down 104 points. s&p 500 snapped a four-day win streak. the nasdaq rose just a bit. wall street pretty much unmoved by the news that president trump will sign a spending bill and
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declare a national emergency. coke said it will be a drag in 2009. 4% growth for the year. blaming a global economic slowdown. a big one day move since october 2008. coke has been expanding its offerings focus said on lower calorie drinks they launched a new flavor, orange vanilla. e-bike called ariv was developed by -- with the help of engineers who worked on the chevrolet bolt ev electric car. it will be available in folding and you non-folding. it can be chargedy three and a half hours and provide 40 miles of riding. no word on when customers can
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a man attacked by a mountain lion is reliving his life and death struggle with the big cat. 31-year-old travis kauffman heard rustling behind him. he tried scream teg adolescent cat, but it attacked. >> it was going toward my face. so i threw up my hands to block my face. at which point it grabbed onto my hand and wrist. i remember looking down and seeing the claws like retracting and coming out of its paws. and i was just very concerned that mom was going to come out of nowhere. and at that point that fight would be over pretty quickly. i will never be able to live up to the reputation.
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maybe that is my receipt sense for coming out because the story is bigger than my puny form. >> he was able to maneuver his way on top and suffocated the cat with his foot. he said he loves colorado for the wildlife but admits its better from a distance is. a bear was stuck in netting on garbage truck. he got off the truck and ran into the woods. ♪ black hole sun >> unmistakable voice. soundgarden singer chris cornell. he admitted suicide after a concert.
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his widow produced a documentary along with brad pitt. he won a posthumous grammy. alfonsory barrow denied the copyright from the carlton dance from the fresh prince of bel-air. the denial from the u.s. copyright office said, you know, his moves represent a simple dance routine not a work of choreography which can be copyrighted. >> iconic, isn't it. you just love the carlton. >> valentine's day can be tough. you go roses, chocolate, outside the box? kanye west did that. he took an entirely different level for wife kim kardashian. ♪ for real. that is the legendary
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saxophonist kenny g in a sea of mull-colored roses. making it a little harder to keep up with the car dan yanns kepty g in my living room. happy valentine's day. i assume that's what your husband did for you >> no. thanks for joining us. i'm he's prepared to sign the bill. he will issue be issuing a national emergency declaration. >> i'm disappointed that the president has chosen to go this route. >> we won't review our options. we will be prepared to respond appropriately to it. >> i was very concerned were i removed quickly the case could not be closed. what mccabe was trying to do was he was readying the life boats. >> i've never earned any discussion of the 25th amendment wind never expect to. >> announcer: this is new day with alisyn camerota and john berman. >> welcome to our viewers in the
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united states and around the world, this is new day, it is friday, february 15th. we're still in red. it never -- valentine's day never ends for john berman and me. >> it's a permanent state of mind. >> it is. in just hours president trump is expected to announce that he is declaring a national emergency to reallocate $8 billion to fund his border wall by passing congress. under art one of the constitution, only congress has the power to appropriate funds. bipartisan spending deal passed by congress last night gives the president a fraction of the money that he wanted and only fencing and barp ierriers, not wall. so he's now taking matters in his own hands. house speaker nancy pelosi is warning that his move will set a dangerous precedent. >> you know who else warns this that this type of action is dangerous? mike pence. >> i think it would be a profound mistake for the president of the tuts overturn american immigration law

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