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tucker carlson resurfaces. will fox news stand behind him. good morning. welcome to "early start." i'm jessica dean. >> and i'm dave briggs. tuesday, march 12th. people around the world concerned following that deadly crash over the weekend. that is where we start this morning. the boeing max 8 can stay in the air despite growing calls to keep it on the ground. the federal aviation administration declining to ground it following two recent crashes. investigators have not determined whether the same problem caused sunday's crash of an ethiopian airlines plane and lion air jet of the same type last october. >> boeing confirmed that it will deploy a software update for the max 8. it has gone been -- it has been in the working since the lion air crash. this is after the faa says it is mandating design changes. boeing stood by the max 8.
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>> very important is that the 737 max is safe. we're very confident in that. >> overnight several airlines and entire countries temporarily suspended operation of the 737 max 8. australia moments ago joining the list. singapore, air mexico joining indonesia and all of china. u.s. based carriers sticking with the boeing model. american airlines flies 24, southwest flies 34. and they will continue to do so. >> experts' opinions on whether to fly the 737 max 8 are mixed. former ntsb chief jim hall says boeing should, quote, do the responsible thing and ground the plane until the cause is determined and any problems are addressed. farai sevenzo is where the doomed fly was supposed to land. good morning.
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>> reporter: absolutely jessica, it was supposed to land here and of course there is massive concern all around the world about the boeing 737 max 8. but what do americans think, what have they heard or read about this airplane? let's take a listen. >> people were nervous. a lot of reading on the paper and also the internet. i don't think we have the option to change our mind. >> i heard about the crash in ethiopia, but i had no clue that there was another crash within four months or so. i would prefer that they take a caution approach. >> i read it in the newspaper yesterday. so we're fully aware. and we have flown on that plane prior and never had a problem. when your time is up, your time is up. there is nothing that you can do about it. wrrt and of course 35 nation . >> reporter: of course 35 nations were affected. but we are starting to hear of the first americans.
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and we know there were brothers on the doomed flight. and also an american doctor. she came out of tennessee state university's college of medicine. and then an incredible story of a young greek man who by shear accident of his punctuality, he was late getting for the plane, he screamed for them to get on the plane but they wouldn't let him on board that late into the day. and he posted on facebook that my lucky day, and this is how he is still walking this ertz because he missed the flight. and just one more thing, kenya still trying to identify their dead. still trying to find out why the plane went down. >> so heartbreaking. all right. thank you. the tragic crash sunday raising doubts on wall street about boeing. the company's stock closed down 5% on monday in the aftermath of the second deadly crash of its
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best selling 737 max 8 jet in five months. even with monday's losses, boeing stock though is up 23% this year making it the top gainer in the dow. spirit aero systems which makes its fuselage closed down under 4%. the selloff reflected the serious crisis facing boeing. almost three quarters of its deliveries last year were 737 planes. they plan to build 59 each month in 2019. boeing's future depends on the success of the max 8. 4700 unfilled orders for the 737 makes up 80% of its backlog. the state department pulling all remaining diplomatic personnel out of theracascaraca. secretary of state mike pompeo says the decision reflects the deteriorating situation there and the presence of u.s. diplomatic staff at the embassy
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has become a constraint on u.s. policy. in january the state department ordered all non-emergency employees to leave. venezuela's national assembly has officially approved a state of emergency at the request of self declared interim president juan guaido. much of the country has been without power since last week. the state of emergency allows the assembly to seek international cooperation or foreign intervention. guaido sells patrick oppmann that it can include u.s. military intervention. the white house says all options are on the table. nancy pelosi is in no hurry to impeach president trump. she believes he is unfit for office, but in an interview with the "washington post" magazine, pelosi says impeachment is so twice sif to the country that unless there is something to compelling and overwhelmi inini bipartisan, i don't think that we should down that path because it is not woort it.
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>> they bt with aed me to impooch president bush because of the iraq war. i don't believe in it then on or now. it divides the country. unless there is conclusive evidence that takes us to that place. >> but a number of her democratic colleagues don't see it that way. >> impeachment means nothing if you don't use the power and begin the process. so to me it is not a question of whether, it is a question of when. >> you don't impeach trump for him. you impeach trump for the constitution. >> pelosi clearly faces a challenge getting everyone in her party on the same page. but house intel committee chairman adam schiff has her back. >> i'm going to wait to see what bob mueller produces, but i think the speaker is absolutely right that if the evidence isn't sufficient to win bipartisan support for this, putting the country through a failed impeachment is not a good idea. >> the house judiciary committee
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has launched a sweeping investigation sending letters to 81 people and entities with ties to the president including the white house, the justice department, senior campaign officials, trump organization officials and the president's sons. they are looking for evidence of possible corruption, obstruction of justice and abuses of power. new york senator and presidential candidate kirsten gillibrand is defending her handling of sexual harassment allegations in her office in 2018. the woman resigned in protest over the way that she says gillibrand and her top advisers handled her accusations, but the senator is standing by her process. >> i will always look to improve my processes with my new chief of staff, with her experience we will look to see how we can improve, but this investigation was thorough and professional and allegations were taken seriously from the very first day. >> malik was not fired until last week on an unrelated
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matter. he has yet to comment. gillibrand has been a leading voice in congress on combatting sexual misconduct and is a focus of her presidential campaign. facebook is reversing course and restoring ads placed by elizabeth warren's presidential campaign, those ads called for the break up of facebook, amazon and google claiming the three have bulldozed competition, used our private information for profit and tilted the playing field in their favor. a facebook spokesperson says the ads were originally removed because of a policy against using the company's logo. senator warren responded with a tweet saying thanks for restoring my post, but i want a social media marketplace that isn't dominated by a single censor. potential wild card in the democratic 2020 field. stacey abrams rose to prominence last year in her failed bid to become the nation's first black female governor. after attending the south by
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southwest conference, she tweeted 20 years ago i never thought i'd be ready to run for potus before 2028 but life comes at you fast and 2020 is on the table. >> and two other potential candidates keeping their options open. joe biden will address two labor organizations in washington today. and former texas congressman beto o'rourke could be headed to iowa as early as this weekend. one democrat already in the race is getting a boost from his appearance on a cnn town hall. sou south bend mayor pete buttigieg. milwaukee will be the site of the convention in 2020. for the second time in two days, clips resurfaced of tucker carlson making offensive remarks. media matters published clips of the host uses racist and
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homophobic language on a radio program between 2006 and 2011. >> a crappy place filled with a bunch of, you know, semi literate -- >> keep it -- >> i just have zero sympathy for them or their culture, a culture where people don't use toilet paper or forks. >> obama would kick your ass playing basketball. >> of course he would. come on. >> he's black, he's a real brother. >> i don't know how black he is. >> carlson has not yet commented on the latest round of clips, but they were released a day after audio surfaced of him expressing disturbing views on child rape, rape shield laws and underage marriage. last night he said this -- >> the great american outrage machine is a remarkable thing. it is a bewildering moment especially when the quotes in question are more than a decade old. there is really not that much you can do to respond. it is pointless to try to explain how the words were spoken in jest or taken out of context or in any case bear no resemblance to what you actually
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iran sanctions, and beyond stealing tech from a u.s. rival, washington is also incredibly concerned that huawei's equipment could be use the by beijing to spy on other nations. and that is at the root of this letter to the german government. and as far as we know, this is the first time that the u.s. has sent such an explicit warning to a u.s. ally saying it is us or them. if you choose huawei, you will be limiting your access to u.s. intelligence. so all of this of course happening against the broader back drop of a standoff between china and the united states over the technologies of the future and 5g is one of those technologies. huawei is a leader when it comes to 5g equipment and 5g for those of you who maybe have been living under a rock for the last few years, 5g is the ultra fast wireless network that is rolling out around the world and it will connect everything, sensitive data like smart cars an smart
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conor mcgregor was involved in a minor altercation that resulted in a call to law enforcement. mr. mcgregor pledges his full cooperation. the united states women's soccer team prepared to defend their title at this summer's world cup and also preparing for a legal battle over equal pay. 28 members filed a gender discrimination lawsuit against the u.s. soccer federation on sunday. and cnn spoke to two of the stars who say they just want what is right. >> i'm very confident winning the case. like i said to even bring a lawsuit to the forefront, you have to be sure as hell that your claims are solid. >> what i look back on is the legacy that i leave and feeling proud of like the mark that i made on the sport and i think that this will be just as great if not greater than the achievements we make on the field. thunder at the jazz last night.
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and westbrook getting in to it with a fan and his wife sitting near the bench. the fans were issued a warning but not ejected from the game. and afterwards westbrook addressed the incident. >> young man and his wife in the stands told me to get down on my knees like you used to. and to me, that is completely disrespectful. i think it is racial. i think it is inappropriate. there is no protection for the players. >> and the jazz issued a statement saying they will continue to investigate what happened. but players and fans have a shared responsibility to create a safe and respectful environment. and this comes up quite often. >> with the nba in particular. >> i don't understand how they think that they can say whatever
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737 max 8 can flying, but more airlines and countries are halting flies after another crash. and the state department will pull all personnel out of venezuela, the options are narrowing for what comes next. house speaker believes the president is unfit for office, but does not want him impeached yet. some democrats disagree. ir
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iraq is a crappy police filled with a bunch of -- >> and more disgusting audio of tucker carlson resurfacing. will fox news continue to stand behind him. >> it is 30 past the hour. and the boeing 737 max 8 can stay in the air despite growing calls to keep it on the ground. the federal aviation administration declining to ground the boeing model following two recent crashes. investigators have not determined whether the same problem caused sunday's crash of an ethiopian airlines plane and lion air jet of the same type last october. >> boeing confirmed that it will deploy a software update for the max 8. it has been in the works since the lion air crash. this is after the faa says it is mandating design changes. after the lion air crash, boeing stood by the max 8.
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>> very important is that the 737 max is safe. we're very confident in that. >> overnight several airlines and entire countries temporarily suspended operation of the 737 max 8. australia now joining the list that including singapore, aero mexico and on top of indonesia and of china. u.s. based carriers sticking with the boeing model. american airlines flies 24, southwest flies 34. and they will continue to do so. neither is changing cancellation or refund policies. experts' opinions on whether to fly the 737 max 8 are mixed. former ntsb chief jim hall says boeing should, quote, do the responsible thing and ground the plane until the cause is determined and any problems are addressed. farai sevenzo is live where the flight was supposed to land.
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>> reporter: good morning. absolutely it was supposed to get here with all 157 passengers aboard and of course it didn't make it. and the boeing 737 max 8 is big news in this region. what do americans think about it, what have they heard, what have they read? let's take a listen. >> people were nervous. a lot of reading on the paper and also the internet. i don't think we have the option to change our mind. >> i heard about the crash in ethiopia, but i had no clue that there was another crash within four months or so. i would prefer that they take a caution approach. >> i read it in the newspaper yesterday. so we're fully aware. and we have flown on that plane prior and never had a problem. when your time is up, your time is up. there is nothing that you can do about it. >> reporter: of course you have to remember that this impacted 35 nations including americans. and we now are starting to hear the first of these american
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victims of that tragic flight 302. there is of course two brothers as well as a doctor, second year medical resident at east tennessee state university college of medicine. and another fascinating story coming out of this tragedy is that one man posted on facebook the words my lucky day. he is a greek national who shared the story of how he came to miss the flight by shear accident of his lack of punctuality. he didn't make it into that plane. he tried to run into the tunnel but it was too late and that is why he is still of this earth. and one more thing to tell you, here where i am, relatives of the dead and deceased are starting to arrive to take a flight to identify their dead. >> farai sevenzo live for us, thank you. breaking overnight, the
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state department pulling all remaining diplomatic personnel out of the u.s. embassy in caracas. secretary of state mike pompeo says that decision reflects the deteriorating situation in venezuela and adds the presence of u.s. diplomatic staff at the embassy has become a constraint on u.s. policy. in january, the state department ordered all non-emergency employees to leave. >> venezuela's national as accept entry has officially approved a state of emergency at the request of juan guaido. much of the country has been without power since last week. the state of emergency allows the assembly to seek international cooperation or foreign intervention. this could include u.s. military intervention. the white house says all options are on the table. nancy pelosi in no hurry to impeach president trump. the house speaker believes he is unfit for office, but in an interview with the "washington post" magazine, pelosi says impeachment is so divisive to the country that unless there is something compelling and overwhelming and bipartisan, i
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don't think that we should go down that path because it divides the country and he is not worth it. >> they wanted me to impeach president bush for the iraq war. i didn't believe in it then and i don't in it now unless there is conclusive evidence. >> but a number of her colleagues don't see it that way. >> impeachment means nothing if you don't use the power and begin the process. so to me it is not a question of whether, it is a question of when. >> you don't impeach trump for him. you impeach trump for the constitution. >> pelosi clearly faces a challenge getting everyone in her party on the same page. but house intel committee chairman adam schiff has her back. >> i'm going to wait to see what bob mueller produces, but i think the speaker is absolutely
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right that if the evidence isn't sufficient to win bipartisan support for this, putting the country through a failed impeachment is not a good idea. >> the house judiciary committee has launched a sweeping investigation sending letters to 81 people and entities. they are looking for evidence of possible corruption, obstruction of justice and abuses of power. let's bring in nathan gonzalez. front page news that nancy pelosi said she is not for impeachment. why? >> well, i guess for people who haven't really been paying attention to what speaker pelosi has been saying for months, i think this has been her position all along, this is sort of the most explicit she's been or the highest profile maybe platform that she revealed this. but i think that this is where she is. speaker pelosi is part of some democrats here in washington who lived through the bill clinton impeachment and they realize that they don't want to be on the other end of where
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republicans were, the political backlash that republicans experienced. and i don't think speaker pelosi wants to endanger the new house majority by doing something like that. and i think fundamentally if she doesn't believe that impeachment is the right thing, she controls the floor, this is not going to go forward if she's not convinced it is a good idea. >> she also recognize the reality that nothing this president has done or could to will get him impeached in the senate. republicans will not go near that vote. >> exactly. the president is the most popular person within the republican party. and even though maybe some individual senators are uncomfortable with him, their constituents like the president. and so they won't go near it. >> and i want to take a look at 2020 and kirsten gillibrand and we learned yesterday that former staffer in her office accused a senior aide of sexual harassment, that staffer then left the senate office over the handling of that accusation. the aide was fired recently but
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for an unrelated matter. we see kirsten gillibrand taking the lane of the "me too" candidate. here's what she had to say about the whole incident yesterday. take a listen. >> i will always look to improve my processes. with my new chief of staff, we will look to see how we can improve. but this investigation was thorough and professional and allegations were taken seriously from the very first day. >> but if that is your issue and it really has been her singular issue she has really grabbed on to, how does this affect her candidacy moving forward and her authority on that issue. >> i think it is difficult for her. i try to take a step back and look at the longer view. right now senator gillibrand is in the middle to the back of a large pack of democratic presidential contenders. and she simply can't afford to have too many mistakes. maybe she handled everything properly internally with the investigation within her office, but she needs to have people
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focused on her, her message, the things that she is putting forward and not these other stories. because that is not going to help vaultler her into that to tier. >> and democrats announced that the dnc will be held in milwaukee. interesting for a lot of reasons. of course hillary clinton did not set foot in wisconsin changing history, but also it is the one major american is it i that has had three socialist mayors. what do you make of that selection? >> i think we're going to hear about that from republicans. maybe one or 1,000 at times. >> tv as well. >> as someone who will be there, i think reporters were happy that the humidity will be better than what it would be in houston. but more than milwaukee, i think this is a lot about the state of wisconsin. we know democrats will have a presence in wisconsin in 2020. according to a new metric that we developed, wisconsin is the most competitive state in the country particularly when it
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comes to the presidential race. so i think it is about the party planting its flag. no site is without some complications, but i think democrats want to avoid making some of the mistakes in 2016 about not going to earn is regions of the country. >> nathan, thanks so much for being with us. the new york state attorney general's office issuing subpoenas to deutsche bank and investors bank. they are looking for records relating to the financing of four major trump organization projects. they include a failed attempt to buy the nfl's buffalo bills in 2014. deutsche bank one of the few lenders willing to do business with donald trump in recent years. it was plo it was prompted by the michael cohen congressional testimony last month. >> did the president ever provide inflated assets to a bank in order to help him obtain a loan? >> these documents and others were provided to deutsche bank. >> deutsche bank and investors bank are refusing to comment.
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the trump organization did not respond to cnn's request for comment. facebook is reversing course and restoring ads placed by elizabeth warren's presidential campaign. the ads called for the breakup of facebook, amazon and google claiming the three have bulldozed competition, using private information for profit and tilted the playing field in their favor. the facebook spokesperson says the ads were originally remove baud of a policy against using the company's logo. senator warren responded with a tweet monday night saying thanks for restoring my post, but i want a social media marketplace that isn't dominated by a single censor. for the second time in two days, clips resurfacing of tucker carlson making offensive remarks. media matters for america published clips of the host using racist and homophobic language on a radio program between 2006 and 2011. >> a place filled with a bunch
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of semi literate -- >> keep it -- >> i have zero sympathy for them or their culture, a culture will people don't use toilet paper or forks. >> obama would kick your ass playing basketball. >> of course he would. come on. >> he's black, saying, he's a real brother. do you think -- >> i don't know how black he is. >> carlson has not yet commented on the latest round of clips, but they were released a day after clips were released him making comments on rape laws and understand age marriage. he said this. >> the great american outrage machine is a remarkable thing. it is a bewildering moment especially when the quotes in question are more than a decade old. there is really not that much you can do to respond. it is pointless to try to explain how the words were spoken in jest or taken out of context or in any case bear no resemblance to what you actually think. >> fox news has not commented publicly on the controversy, but the host himself says fox news remains behind him.
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the trump administration warning germany against using tech giant huawei. administration officials claim huawei stole trade secrets and violated iran sanctions. now they are threatening to limit intelligence sharing with germany and other countries that use huawei. sherisse pham is live in hong kong for us with more. >> reporter: jessica, u.s. government official telling cnn that u.s. ambassador to germany sent a letter to the german government saying look, you have to choose. it is the u.s. or it is huawei. and if you choose huawei, we will limit your access to u.s.
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intelligence. and as far as we can tell, this is the first time that the united states has sent such an explicit warning to a u.s. ale lie. all of this against the broader backdrop of a standoff between china and the united states over who controls the technologies of the future. and 5g is one of those technologies. your smartphones and virtual reality and self-driving cars, all of those things will be powered by 5g. and huawei is a leader when it comes to 5g equipment. and the trump administration has been pressuring allies to limit or ban or restrinkt tstrict the huawei. so even secretary of state mike pompeo saying last week any country that considers using huawei needs to consider the national security risks. so not naming countries there, but certainly a broader warning to the allies of the united states like germany and the uk and canada, all of whom are considering using the chinese
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company in the buildout of their 5g networks. >> a lot there to unpack. all right. thank you. a check on cnn business. global markets positive this morning. asian markets closed higher. european markets opening higher. and wall street futures are higher with all three snapping losing streaks. the dow climbed 201 points monday. the s&p 500 advanced 1.5%. and the nasdaq climbed 2%. best day since january 30. the rally represented a rebound from the 2% slide for the dow and s&p 500 last week. that is the worst of 2019. tesla raising prices after backtracking on store closures. electric carmaker said prices for most models would go up by about 3% after it decided to keep more stores open. less than two weeks ago tesla announced that it would shut down most of its stores to help reduce the price of its model 3 to as low as $35,000.
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tesla says it will now only close about half as many stores as previously planned. the 3% increase will apply to more expensive editions of the model 3 as well as the model s and model x crossover. the higher prices will take affect march 18. some good news for shoppers. sellers on amazon got a little more freedom. amazon will no longer prohibit third party sellers from listing their products on other sites for less than they do on amazon. this is among concern that price parity could be in violation of antitrust law. senator blumenthal had previously asked the department of justice and the federal trade commission to investigate antitrust violations and how they could affect the prices that consumers pay for goods. amazon would not comment any further about the policy change which went into affect yesterday. we'll be right back. this is mye this place is home. a lot of firsts happened here... first kiss, first cigarette.
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list of affected states. the disease had been eliminated in the u.s. 19 years ago but you is endemic in other countries and that trigger the current outbreaks. smoking even one cigarette a day during pregnancy doubles the risk for sudden death for a baby. that finding from a new study published in the journal pediatrics. the study found that by the time you smoke a pack a day, your baby's risk of unexpected death was nearly three times that of nonsmokers' babies. women who reduced or quit smoking by the third trimester cut the risk. it appears drake has dropped a song featuring michael jackson from his tour in the uk which kicked off sunday. ♪ the song don't matter to me features drake singing look side jackson vocals from a 1983 recording session. the song from the rapper's new album was a stap i wile in his
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tour. this follows the documentary "leaving neverland." it was fight night in the nba on and off the court. in this corner, he goes to the ground fighting for position, but then enoughed chris and threw blows. both were rejected. and westbrook mixing it up with a fan in utah. [ bleep ] westbrook later said it started when the fans told him to get down on your knees like you're used to. he says that was disrespectful and racist. westbrook also had issues with the utah fans when the thunder and jazz met in the playoffs last season. this next story could have been funny, but now it is just bizarre. remember this moment from last week.
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>> you've really put a big investment in our country. we appreciate it very much tim apple. >> president trump now trying to explain that innocent mistake and now late night is weighing in. >> this should have been just a fun slip of the tongue. we laugh, we move on. but because donald compulsive liar can't let anything go, this morning he tweeted this -- >> i referred to tim and apple as time apple as an easy way to save time and words. really, donald? really? that's what you were doing? well, allow me to save time and words. get the [ bleep ] here. >> that is how serious trump is about saving words. he just used 55 of them to explain why he didn't say cook. >> a man who wants to save time and ready wouwords speaks two p
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at cpac. it was a bizarre lie. >> thanks for joining us. >> "new day" starts right now. i'm going to err on the side of safety. would i put my whole family on the airplane? i don't think so. >> i wouldn't until the federal government says there is something unsafe. >> it is heartbreaking to know that he won't be able to fulfill the legacy he had set up for himself. it divides the country. i didn't believe in it then, i don't believe in it now. >> you don't impeach trump for him, you impeach for the constitution. >> she understands the ramifications but it is not worth it. >> this is "new day" with alisyn camerota and john berman. >> this is new day , tuesday, b march 12, 6:00 here in new york. and a growing number of airlines
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are grounding bowing 737 max 8 after the deadly crash that killed all 157 people on board. at this point the faa is not telling u.s. carriers not to fly it. but they will, quote, continuously assess its safety as investigators try to figure out what caused the new plane to fall from the sky minutes after takeoff. it is unclear if there is a link between this crash and the the victims include two brothers on their way to a conference. the united nations announce it is pulling out all diplomatic staff from venezuela. secretary of state, mike pompeo said it is due to the situation there and mass power outages plaguing it for

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