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funding is on the line but the liberal wing of the democratic party could hold it up demanding more help from kids along the border. she's not my type. that's the president's dismissal of a woman accusing him of rape decades ago. hear how jean carole responded to that. new sanctions mean the end of diplomacy. big push back from iran as the u.s. prepares for the g20. technology has become essential. you have to think. what does that mean? >> why bill gates says it's time his own industry is closely watched. good morning, i'm christine romans. welcome to "early start." >> i'm dave briggs. we start with the immigration battle but doctors, christine.
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have called this is so heated. all emergency funding at the border could be in jeopardy over demands to provide more humanitarian aide. house democrats emerging from a late night meeting as speaker pelosi is looking for change. democrats in the progressive processes argue it does not go far enough. a democratic source calls it the largest they've ever seen. >> families belong together in america. everyone has rights. immigrants have rights. we just have to beat that drum for the next couple of weeks, and as we do so, we must also pass legislation to seek
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humanitarian beads. a vote on the democratic proposal ends today. lawmakers have it back if they keep the time line mp the chair of the house democratic caucus recently outlined the border strategy. >> you should provide the humanitarian assistance necessary to change the conditions, particularly as it relate to that so we don't fund the reckless immigration screen. alex cesar says the effect on hhs would be like a government shutdown. help is coming immediately
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for nearly 250 migrant children held at the customs and border protection facility in clint, mexico. jake tapper asked vice president p pence. we have known give toothpaste, soap, blankets we would. >> of course we do. >> why aren't we? >> my point is, it's all a part of the appropriations process. congress needs to provide additional support to deal with the crisis at the southern border. >> as of june 10th, more than 52,000 unaccompanied children have been transferred from dhs to hhs. that's a 60% increase over last year. an extraordinary denial by the president in the face of a rape allegation. according to the president, writer e. june carol assaulted
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her. i'll saw it with great respect. number two, it never happened. it never happened, okay? watch carol's reaction when anderson cooper reads her the president's remarks. >> he said, i'll say it with great respect. number one, she's not my type. number two, it never happened. it never happened, okay? >> i love that! so glad i am not his type. i am so glad. this is -- this was 20 years ago and i probably was at that moment in that five minutes the most attractive woman in bergdorf's in that one bit of time. >> carole has been an advice columnist for elle magazine for 26 years. she alleges president trump attacked her in one of the dressing rooms. the president has denied accusations of sexual misconduct
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by more than a dozen women. president trump refusing to reveal whether he has confidence in his own fbi director. they said, well, we'll see how it turns out. here's what president trump recently told abc news. >> this is somebody that said we have information on your opponent. oh, let me call the fbi. give me a break. life doesn't work that way. >> they say that's what should happen. the fbi director is wrong. >> the fbi has not responded to that comment from the president. counting down to the first democratic 2020 debates. round one tomorrow night features elizabeth warren and beto o'rourke. o'rourke announced a nonmilitary
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action. the first two debates offer the lower tier candidates an opportunity to break out. they have kept a light schedule for the next few days as they prepare for their make or break moment. that preparation reads up to poli policy. >> i like the idea of keeping congress abreast but i wouldn't have to do that. >> sure. nancy pelosi actually said you must have congressional approval. you disagree with her on that? >> i disagree. >> members of congress have hotly debated that. the president called off he ordered the strike in retaliation for the downing of
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the unmanned american spy plane. >> the president targeted iran's supreme leader with new sanctions monday. he warned u.s. restraint is limited. overnight they slapped back. cnn's frederick pleitgen is standing by live in tehran. how did the new sanctions fly? >> reporter: hi, christine. the iranians are saying the new sanctions are propaganda more than anything else. hasan rohani, the country's president, was on tv and he gave a raging speech for his stature. it's against the united states. he accused the white house of being in a state of mental disability and confusion in not knowing what to do. essentially what the iranians are saying is they will not affect the supreme leader at all. they're saying he only owns a modest house and a mosque and has no dealings in the --
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especially the leadership of the rohani guard. certainly, there's no way to think these people would change the way they operation. he says this essentially closes off any channel to diplomacy. the fact that they sanction the top diplomat shows, as he put it, that the united states is blieg wanting it. iranian media is downplaying this. >> so glad you're there to parse it all for us. fred pleitgen in tehran. thanks, fred. new this morning, house democrats have found evidence of political motive for adding a
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new question to the census questionnaire. wilbur ross sought advice from john baker. baker has argued a citizenship question is necessary so house seats can be redistricted without counting noncitizens. he said it's out of the department. it's a real objective. the question is to encourage the latinos and it's unclear whether they will have any effect. a warning some commonly prescribed drugs are tied to a 50% higher risk of dementia in older people. a new study published in jama suggest the link is strongest for a certain type of
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bill gates calling on the united states government to regulate big tech. the founder of microsoft said companies like the one he created has so much influence on lifestyle that they must be constantly monitored. >> technology has become so big, what does it mean about elections, things like privacy. i'm sure they will and there should be at some point better regulation that relates to that. the fact that now this is the way people consume media, you know, has really brought it into a realm that, you know, we need to shape it so that the benefits outweigh the negatives. >> gates' remarks coming on the same day senators mark warner of virginia and josh halley say
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they want to make them reveal how much they make off of your data. a new attack on the fed. the president saying they're not doing more to help the economy yet in the same breath the president taking credit for a strong economy and the stock market. they say the fed is acting like, quote, a stubborn child for failing to pursue easy money policies. the fed hinted they could lower rates. partly because of rising concerns over trump's trade war with china, that that trade war could dampen the u.s. economy. the fed on alert here but stocks are still near record highs. the president with zero evidence claims stocks would even be higher were it not for the fed. the president is right, june has been great for investors. you could argue it would be better for investors if not for his trade war. the dow is up 8%.
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the s&p 500 up 7% and the nasdaq up more than 9% in june. unemployment is at the lowest level in half a century. so the economy is strong, but the president still wants even lower rates, even easier money policy. after last week's meeting goldman sachs said that the fed delivered a clear rate cut signal adding the central bank could drop rates next month due to fear of disappointing the market. police in salt lake city say a university of utah student missing for more than a week was last seen at a park before she vanished. 23-year-old mckenzie lewick arrived at a salt lake city airport in the early morning hours last webs after advidnesd visiting family in california. she took a lyft ride to the park. lyft and the driver cooperating
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all right. team u.s.a. onto the quarterfinals in the women's world cup after beating spain in a nail biter. andy scholes has that story in the bleacher report. good morning, my friend. some argue questionable decision making by the coach and by the goaltender, but they survived. >> yeah, good morning, dave. this game much closer than most thought it was going to be. it was certainly a nail biter. team u.s.a. bailed out by a questionable penalty in the second half. the score tied 1-1, spanish player narrowly kicks rose labelle in the box. official calls a penalty. meghan rupino nails down her second penalty. >> that's world cup level great
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billions in emergency funding on the line. the liberal wing is demanding more help for kids along the border. she's not my type. that's the president's dismissal of a woman accusing him of rape decades ago. hear how jean carole responded to that. new sanctions mean the end of diplomacy. big push back from iran as the world leaders plan to head for the g20. technology's become so central that government has to think, okay, what does that mean? >> and bill gates joins the call to regulate big tech. why he says it's time his own industry was closely watched. welcome back to "early start" on a tuesday. i'm dave briggs. >> i'm christine romans. it's exactly 32 minutes past the hour. immigration battle playing out in congress. migrant children are being held
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along our southern border. soiled clothes, no soap, poor hygiene. now emergency funding to fix those problems at the border could be in jeopardy. house democrats emerging from a tense late-night meeting with speaker pelosi agreeing to review specific changes to a $4.6 billion proposal. why? democrats in the progressive and hispanic caucuses argue it does not go far enough addressing the humanitarian needs. democratic source calls it the hardest nancy pelosi has had to work in her speakership. the speaker addressed the border issue before the meeting. >> families belong together. in america everyone has rights. immigrants have rights and we just have to beat that drum for the next couple of weeks and as we do so we must also pass legislation that we seek humanitarian aid at the border. >> because the clock is ticking on several fronts. a vote on the democratic front
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remains set for today. lawmakers leave washington for a week-long recess on thursday and the president pushed back his time line but still says the deportations will move ahead in just 12 days. the chair of the house democratic caucus recently outlined leadership's border strategy. >> we should provide the humanitarian assistance necessary to change the conditions along the border, particularly as it relates to immigrant children, but we need to make sure that there are guardrails that are erected so that we do not inadvertently fund the reckless trump deportation machine. >> without some version of emergency immigration funding, health and human services secretary alex azar says the effect on hhs would be, quote, like a government shutdown. help coming immediately for a customs and border protection
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agency in clint, texas. hhs says the children will be shifted into its shelter system by today. our jake tapper asked vice president mike pence about poor health conditions and pence pivoted to politics. >> would he have money to give toothpaste, soap and blankets to these kids in el paso county right now. don't we? >> of course we do. >> why aren't we? >> my point is it's all a part of the a appropriations policy. >> as of june 10th more than 52,000, 52,000 unaccompanied children have been transferred from dhs, department of homeland security, to hhs, health and human services. that's a 60% increase over last year. an extraordinary denial from president trump in the face of a rape allegation from the mid 1990s. according to the president, writer e. jean carroll is
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totally lying when she claims he sexually assaulted her in a new york city department store. mr. trump tells the hill, quote, i'll say it with great respect, number one, she's not my type. number two, it never happened. it never happened, okay? watch carroll's reaction when cooper reads her the president's remarks. >> i'll say it with great respect, none one, she's not my type. number two, it never happened. it never happened, okay? >> i love that! i am so glad a am not his type. i am so glad. this is -- this was 20 years ago, and i probably was at that moment in that five minutes the most attractive woman in bergdorf's, in that one bit of time. >> carroll has been an advice columnist for elle magazine. she alleges mr. trump attacked her in one of the dressing rooms. the president has denied accusations of sexual misconduct
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by more than a dozen women. president trump doesn't think he needs congressional approval for a military strike against iran. >> i like the idea of keeping congress abreast but i wouldn't have to do that. >> sure. nancy pelosi said you must have congressional approval so you disagree with her on that? >> i disagree. >> members of congress have debated this. the president ordered the strike in retaliation for iran downing an unmanned american spy plane. senate democrats weighing whether to block the annual defense policy bill. the idea would be to force a vote requiring congressional approval for any war with iran. meantime, the president targeted iran's supreme leader with new sanctions monday. he warned that new restraint is limited. overnight the iranian foreign ministry slapped back and it shows, first froede rick
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pleitgen is standing by. these sanctions largely symbolic on the surface. what's the reaction there? >> reporter: well, i think the iranians, dave, are also saying that these sanctions are just symbolic but symbolic means something here as well. they're saying that they believe this is something that crushes any sort of chances of diplomacy between iran and the united states. it was quite interesting because the president, hasan rohani, came out in a speech and absolutely lashed out at the united states and the white house specifically saying that he said, this is a quote, that the white house is suffering from mental disability and no sane person would do what the united states is doing. essentially what the iranians are saying is they're saying because the white house on the one hand is saying that it wants iran to go back to the negotiating table, but at the same time that sanctioning senior figure, not just the supreme leader but also saying they're going to sanction the foreign minister as well, that means that the u.s. is lying about any intention to want to
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go back to talks with the iranians. the iranians for their part is saying it's precisely these sanctions that are preventing them from going back to the table. only if the sanctions are dropped will they return to the negotiating table. a senior advisor saying the foreign leader being sanked means he's slowly being turned into a nelson mandela for iran, dave. >> how about that for a comparison. fred pleitgen in tehran. thank you, sir. let's discuss all of this with washington post congressional reporter. good to see you. >> good morning. >> so the sanctions, will they have any impact? and what is the trump administration's central goal in iran? is it repackaging the jcpoa in some sort of usmca type of manner? it is stiffening, there was a
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chance last year to strengthen the jcpla. given the fact 245 there were frustrations around the jcpla in the first place, whatever they're going o settle on is going to have to be a lot more stringent and punishing on iran. they set the standard of never being able to get a nuclear weapon. being able to control the future is very hard to do in a world where nuclear power is going around. it's a much more difficult equation after the trump administration began. they get everything they want with that, much more punishing approach because they say the obama administration was too light handed. >> we're hearing this morning some pretty incredible details of the meeting that went on for several hours among democrats. one source telling us that nancy pelosi is doing the hardest work of her speakership now trying to
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wrangle the left wing of her party. very, very angry about the funding. they will not fund another dime to allow i.c.e. to fund the manipulative tactics. you heard the congressman hakeem jeffries a few minutes ago. where are the democrats right now on this? could it end up being something basically like a government shutdown for border funding? >> if they can't figure this out quickly then, yes. we're looking at a few days left in the week right now. if we believe what the secretary of health and human services is saying, this is dire. the end of the week is like the end of the month because congress is going on vacation for a week. they want to improve the situation for the children at the border. improve the situation in any facility they find themselves
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in. there isn't to spend the money the way we want to. lack of soap, lack of toothbrushes and sanitary conditions, it has broken it. they say, no, you want to do everything at once otherwise we have no guarantee we're not just endorsing this. is this something you could resolve? seemingly so if you could put stringent enough conditions on it. this is the debate they have to resolve today, if they want to get this to happen, because it's not the end game. anything that happens in the house has to be reconciled. republicans have to be convinced in the senate and it's a bipartisan game again. >> expect this issue to play on a larger scale wednesday and thursday when the democratic debates begin. >> yeah. >> you have 20 democrats taking the stage. the president has suggested,
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look, the democrats don't want to do anything on our southern border. will one emerge with a central plan to address our southern border and immigration overall? >> it's going to be very interesting to see who's able to do that in a comprehensive fashion. thus far most of the pitches that have been made are about health care which affects pretty much everybody. student loans, which affects a lot of people. immigration issues at the border, there's a lot of people in the country that might not be watching even though it's a huge story that we're all watching right know. the fact that it's an issue matters and takes it seriously. some people in the democratic party want a more open border policy. a lot of the candidates say you can't do that completely. you have to regulate the border in some way. how many visas, for how long do
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you give undocumented immigrants? there isn't just focused on border patrol security and what is better for the plight of the migrants. what is that and how they can make that appeal to everybody across the board is the challenge generally speaking to the democrats. >> nice to see you. >> nice to see you. 44 minutes past the hour. bill gates calling on the united states government to step up its regulation of big tech. the founder of microsoft say they have so much influence on culture, life that they must be constantly monitored. >> technology's become so central that government has to think, okay, what does that mean about elections? what does it mean about bullying, things like privacy, i'm sure they'll -- and there should be at some point better
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regulation that disrupts that. this is how people consume media has brought an end to a realm that we need to shape it so that the benefits outweigh the negatives. >> gates' remarks coming on the same day senators mark warner of virginia and mark holly forced a bill for google, amazon and facebook need to say how much money they make off of your data. ahead, shipping companies connect the world. what should they do when goods from one world power are banned from another. fed ex is now suing to make that point. staining be done... and stay done through every season. behr semi-transparent stain, overall #1 rated.
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fed ex sits at the global intersection between commerce and trade and now the shipping giant is suing the u.s. commerce department pushing back against new restrictions aimed at the embattled chinese tech firm
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huawei. cnn business reporter is joining us now live from hong kong. shah residential -- how do we define a more corporate battle. >> reporter: this is massive. you're right. fedex really caught in the cross fire here. fedex's lawsuit coming as fedex under fire in china for mishandling several packages related to huawei. they have had to apologize twice in the last month and it hasn't exactly satisfied beijing and it hasn't exactly satisfied chinese. fed ex saying in an interview to fox news, we do not have the capacity and the wherewithal to be the policemen of millions of packages. we can't enforce these restrictions that you have on huawei and other companies. listen to what they have to say. >> the increasing use of restrictions on exports and imports by the commerce
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department in various geopolitical and trade disputes creates just an impossible burden. we are expected to be policemen for these export and import controls. >> the u.s. restrictions have left so many companies, american and international companies, scrambling to figure out what they can and cannot sell for huawei. fedex just the latest one to come out and say we can't handle all of these pressures. look, this is really a huge development because the commerce department has said all along that these restrictions on huawei and other companies are a national security concern. you just heard the fedex ceo say that it's not related to geo politics and trade restrictions. they have not reviewed the fedex lawsuit.
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>> you can see the u.s. markets leaning slightly lower. each of the other, shanghai, hong kong showing some weakness. stocks barely moved on monday. this is what president trump and xi jinping will talk trade. no deal expected but that meeting could set the tone for the next phase of the trade war. the dow finished up just eight measly points. the s&p 500 and the nasdaq down the s&p 500 up more than 7% and the nasdaq up 9%. the month has done very well. the dow is 99 points below the record closing high. >> the dow is on fire.
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z. big mystery, university of utah student been missing more than a week. a 23-year-old mckenzie lueck arrived in the airport in the early morning hours. she then took a lyft ride to a park in north salt lake miles from where she lived and has not been seen since. the lyft and driver are cooperating with police. the driver confirmed the route she took telling police mac kenzie met someone after she was dropped off. the los angeles dodgers plan
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