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did you ask the ukraine to investigate joe biden? >> no. >> you dud ask ukraine to look into joe biden? >> of course i did. >> that was the same interview. did the president lean on a foreign government to help his re-election effort. parts of texas under water. two dead from devastating weather. another episode of blackface and another apology from justin trudeau. can the iscanadian prime minist overcome the scandal before the next election?
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and the vaping cases skyrocket to 500 nationwide. now, the feds are investigating. welcome to our viewers in the united states and around the world. this is "early start." i'm julia chatterly. >> i'm dave briggs. it's friday, september 20th, 4:00 a.m. the call is coming from inside the house. compelling details about the whistleblower complaint, that confirms president trump's communications with a foreign leader. "the washington post" first reported the complaint, relates to ukraine. that's according to two people familiar with the matter. the complaint involved some kind of promise the president made, a promise so alarming, a u.s. intel official blew the whistle. >> timing may help put the pieces together here. 2 1/2 weeks before the report,
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president trump spoke about joe biden to a prosecutor. mr. trump assigned his attorney, rudy giuliani to the effort. last night, giuliani did not settle the issue. listen in. >> did you ask the ukraine to investigate joe biden? >> no. actually i didn't. i asked the ukraine to investigate the allegation that there was interference in the election of 2016 by the ukrainians for the benefit of hillary clinton. >> you never asked anything about hunter biden? never asked anything about joe biden? >> the only thing i asked about joe biden was how he dismissed the case. >> he did ask ukraine to look into joe biden? >> of course i did. >> you just said you didn't. >> extraordinary. the phone call between trump and
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zalinski under investigation by house democrats. sources say the white house, not the justice department, told the acting director of national intelligence is that the complaint is not covered by whistleblower laws. thursday the intelligence inspector-general told lawmakers the complaint covers multiple events. >> if the department of justice decides that an employee of the justice community comes forward, follows the law, follows the process, is nonetheless outside the process, they're not protected. that means if this whistleblower is not protected, no whistleblower is protected. that's the danger of the d.o.j.'s misinterpretation of the law. >> the inspector-general says, the complaint's disclosure not only walls within the dni's
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jurisdiction, but relates to one of the most significant and important of the dni's responsibilities. an official briefed on the matter tells cnn the whistle jp blower did not have direct knowledge of the complaint. that's one reason why the administration says the complaint does not have to be reported to congress. but a source close to the whistleblower pushing back, saying it begins the beginning of a smear to discredit the whistleblower. deadly flooding in the houston area from imelda. more than 40 inches of rain have fallen in some places. police say a man died in harris county when he tried to drive through a flooded intersection and drowned in eight feet of water. in jefferson county, a 19-year-old was electrocuted trying to move his horse in a
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lightning storm. there's been hundreds of water rescues in harris county and beaumont, texas. 8 million people under flash flood watches through the morning hours. president trump showing new determination to get his border wall built by the election. the white house, now talking about diverting more money from the pentagon budget. so far this year, the administration has moved $3.6 billion in military funds to border wall construction. "the washington post" reporting the white house is considering redirecting billions more. the president has been touting new construction. but most of the work so far has been replacing existing barriers. front-runners joe biden and elizabeth warren taking in coming from the rest of the 2020 field. bernie sanders calling out biden at a rally in north carolina, for attending three big-money fund-raisers in chicago.
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>> the overwhelming of our contributions comes from the working people and i'm proud of that. i would contrast that with how my good friend, joe biden, is raising money today. >> a casino and business developer who hosted one of the fund-raisers says that sanders and warren doesn't represent the party he wants. pete buttigieg and amy klobuchar are talking about some of her more aggressive plans. >> senator warren is known for being straightforward and extremely evasive when asked that question. and we've seen that repeatedly. i think that if you are proud of your plan and it's the right plan, you should present it in straightforward terms.
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>> we have a lot of people running. but some of the ideas are better in the college faculty lounge. and kamala harris is all-in for iowa and plans to make weekly visits to the state, with a goal of finishing in the top three in the caucus. iran's foreign minister warning there will be an all-out war if the u.s. or saudi military launch a strike against his country. we go to nick paton walsh live this morning. >> reporter: good morning, dave. zarif ahead of the u.n. general assembly. clear on twitter that he is not going to lose the focus of this. and this focus, all about yemen, where they say the attacks originated from. unable during our interview to provide proof of that. but saying with the yemenis are
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suffering with malnourished and dead, the response of taking out the oil fields they believe is proportionate. u.s. and saudi arabia hold iran responsible. but i asked whether the lack of a military response and if donald trump was gun shy. this is what he had to say. do you believe that donald trump is gun shy? >> no. i believe that he has been the subject of an attempt many times to take the united states into a war and he has refused. despite of the fact i disagree with many of his policies, i think this is a prudent decision. that doesn't mean that somebody's gun-shy starting a war based on a lie. >> this is the basic thrust of the iranian message. don't mess with us. it will be lengthy, bloody and
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messy. all-out war is what zarif said yesterday. but at the same time, we don't want a conflict and we believe that donald trump is wise enough not to be dragged into one over deceitful claims. does donald trump buy it? we don't know. no signs of military action yet. they're moving towards sanctions and diplomacy. now, you have zarif coming to the u.n. general assembly in new york saying there will be no -- and the possibility we'll hear more of the messages from iran in the weeks and days ahead. back to you. >> great interview there. nick paton walsh live for us in tehran. thanks. justin trudeau apologizing again for wearing blackface. there's now three known incidents, including this video of trudeau in racist makeup. he says he doesn't know how many times he did it. at a town hall thursday, he said
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he lacked respect for marginalized people and privilege gave him a massive blind spot. >> what i did was inexcusable and wrong and hurt a lot of people who considered me to be an ally. and that is wrong. i am deeply, deeply sorry. there's no way to sugar-coat it. it was something i did wrong. >> trudeau is trying to contain the fervor over the images with the election just a month away now, on october 21st. >> you can't help but wonder did he know the pictures were out there. >> and why now? this dates back several years. >> somebody sat on those photos it would appear. ahead, thousands of events and more than 100 countries today, calling for action on the climate crisis. i've always been excited for what's next.
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welcome back to "early start." people are pressuring policymakers on climate change. over 100 thousand people are on the streets in australia. expected meng t eed among the pn the u.s., are 1,000 amazon workers. jeff bezos revealed a plan to make the company carbon-neutral by 2040.
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the plan includes purchasing 100,000 electric vans. amazon invested $700 million in the company earlier this year. still, the company's workers said it's not enough. the group amazon employees for climate justice, say they want the company to become carbon neutral even earlier. amazon isn't the only one affected by the strike. workers at microsoft, patagonia and many others have pledged to take part in the action. there's an eighth death from vaping nationwide. that's 150 cases from the week before. the latest death is in missouri, the first case in the state. health officials say the patient had normal lung function before he started vaping in may. the food and drug administration is launching a criminal investigation into the spike in vaping illnesses. the fda center for tobacco products say they are, quote, in
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decembsperate need of facts. prosecutors say 42-year-old alexei saab conducted surveillance and photographed locations in new york city, boston and washington, d.c. they say some time around 2003, he was instructed by a handler in lebanon to prepare a detailed report on new york. the criminal complaint says the report included a u.n. headquarters, the statue of liberty and ellis island. the new york stock exchange, times square and the city's three, major airports. he but arrested on july 9th. but the case was only recently unsealed. a victory in court for president trump. a federal judge temporarily blocking a california law to make candidates release their tax returns if they want their name on the ballot.
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they said that california cannot force candidates to reveal their taxes. he sued the state last month to challenge it. colt is getting out of the consumer rifle business. it manufactures ar-15 semiautomatic rifles and says there's too many on the market to justify making more. they plan to expand its network of dealers. several other gun manufacturers make ar-15-style rifles. the gunman in the aurora and dayton shootings all used ar-15-style weapons. >> they say the market is saturated. >> that tells you something. ahead, it could take weeks before israel knows its next leader. but both candidates are acting like they have the job. cnn is live in jerusalem. these folks don't have time to go to the post office
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both candidates in israel's election are looking for an advantage in a contest that remains deadlocked.
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the vote is too close to call. but netanyahu's offer to share power is a sign he has no clear path to leadership. sam kiley, live for us in jerusalem, with the latest. sam, good morning. >> reporter: dave, a very, very rocky road, indeed, for benjamin netanyahu. perhaps mildly less rocky for benny gantz. the official projections coming out at the moment. all of the votes have been counted, to be rounded off, showing the blue and white party very smart in the lead, with knesset seats with 33, over netanyahu's 32 or 31. neither side can put a bloc together to get the 61 seats they need to govern. and that means that the president of israel, starting on sunday, will canvas opinion
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throughout the knesset and then invite in all possibility, will invite the person most likely to succeed in putting a government together. that may or may not be one of the two leading candidates, benny gantz or benjamin netanyahu. netanyahu has moved rapidly. he's trying to get a signed document that they will be a bloc. but neither will be a coalition with mr. gantz. and mr. gantz said, i won't work with benjamin netanyahu because he has the court cases hanging over him. and that, for mr. netanyahu, really is the potential danger. he could end up in court while still negotiating coalition politics, dave.
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>> sam kiley, best of luck to you, my friend. >> a possibility of a third election, perhaps? >> you do wonder about the deal that netanyahu will make to avoid prosecution, let alone stay in power. boy. a lot to get to there. >> all right. we're going to take a quick break on "early start." coming up, did the president lean on a foreign ally to help his re-election efforts? some tantalizing details about a whistleblower's claim. we're back after this p the
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. did you ask the ukraine to investigate joe biden? >> no. >> you did ask ukraine to look into joe biden? >> of course i did. >> that was the same interview. did the president lean on an ally to help his re-election effort? parts of texas under water. two dead from devastating weather. another episode of blackface and another apology from justin trudeau. can the canadian prime minister overcome the scandal before the next election? and the vaping cases skyrocket to 500 nationwide. now, the feds are investigating. welcome back to "early start." i'm julia chatterley. >> i'm dave briggs. 4:30 eastern time. good morning, everybody. compelling details about the
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whistleblower complaint that concerns president trump's communication with a foreign leader, talks that could be geared toward helping his re-election bid. t"the washington post" report i involves ukraine. it involved some kind of promise the president made. a promise so alarming, an official blew the whistle. >> 2 1/2 weeks before that complaint, mr. trump spoke to the ukrainiaian president, zell l zelensky. that hold was pulled back. they wanted ukraine to investigate joe biden's supposed role in the dismissal of a prosecutor who investigated biden's son. mr. trump assigned his attorney, rudy giuliani to the effort. on cnn last night, giuliani did not exactly settle the issue.
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>> did you ask the ukraine to investigate joe biden? >> actually, i didn't. i asked the ukraine to investigate the allegation that there was interference in the election of 2016 by the ukrainians for the benefit of hillary clinton. >> you never asked anything about hunter biden? never asked anything about joe biden? >> the only thing i asked about how the case was dismissed against -- >> so, you did ask ukraine to look into joe biden? >> of course i did. >> you just said you didn't. >> the phone call between trump and sa zelensky is under investigation by house democrats. sources say the white house, not the justice department, told the acting director of national intelligence is that the complaint is not covered by whistleblower laws. thursday the intelligence
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inspector-general told lawmakers the complaint covers multiple events. >> if the department of justice decides that an employee of the justice community comes forward, follows the law, follows the process, is nonetheless outside the process, they're not protected. that means if this whistleblower is not protected, no whistleblower is protected. that's the danger of the d.o.j.'s misinterpretation of the law. >> the inspector-general says, the complaint's disclosure not only walls within the dni's jurisdiction, but relates to one of the most significant and important of the dni's responsibilities to the american people. now, the acting dni is set to testify next week to the house and senate committees. an official briefed on the matter tells cnn the whistleblower did not have
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direct knowledge of the complaint. that's one reason why the administration says the complaint does not have to be reported to congress. but a source close to the whistleblower pushing back, saying it begins the beginning of a smear to discredit the whistleblower. meanwhile, deadly flooding in the houston area from imelda. more than 40 inches of rain have fallen in some locations. police say a man died in harris county when he tried to drive through a flooded intersection and drowned in eight feet of water. in jefferson county, a 19-year-old was electrocuted trying to move his horse in a lightning storm. there's been hundreds of water rescues in harris county and beaumont, texas. 8 million people under flash flood watches through the morning hours. >> and it's not over yet. for the latest on the forecast, let's get to our meteorologist
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derek van dam. >> that's right, dave and julia. can you believe it? it's friday morning and we're talking about the remnants of what was tropical storm imelda. it's brought devastating rain to east texas. look at the rainfall totals, in and around the houston metro area. just to the north and east, there were rainfall reports of 30 to 40-plus inches, incredible amount of gulf moisture just streaming into the area. it's no wonder that we have 8 million americans under a flood threat here today, including the greatest houston region and it extends towards southwestern louisiana. in terms of the heaviest rain going forward, we're going to focus our attention to the north and east of houston. that's where the computer models are showing the greatest possibility of heavy rain. texas and the louisiana and arkansas border. 87 for new orleans. 82 degrees in chicago. a comfortable 79 for the big apple. here's a look at the weekend and into early next week. comfortable across the great
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lakes, as well. back to you. >> derek, thanks. to politics, now. joe biden and elizabeth warren are taking fire from the rest of the 2020 democratic field. bernie sanders calling out biden in a rally in north carolina, for attending three big-money sund fund rai fund-raisers in chicago. >> the overwhelming of our contributions comes from the working people and i'm proud of that. i would contrast that with how my good friend, joe biden, is raising money today. >> a casino and business developer who hosted one of the fund-raisers says that sanders and warren don't represent the party he wants. pete buttigieg and amy klobuchar are targeting
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warren about some of her more aggressive plans. >> senator warren is known for being straightforward and extremely evasive when asked that question. and we've seen that repeatedly. i think that if you are proud of your plan and it's the right plan, you should present it in straightforward terms. >> we have a lot of people running. but some of the ideas are better in the college faculty lounge. and kamala harris is all-in for iowa and plans to make weekly visits to the state, with a goal of finishing in the top three in the caucus. canadian prime minister justin trudeau apologizing again for wearing blackface. there's three known incidents, including this video of trudeau in racist makeup. he says he doesn't know how many times he did it. at a town hall thursday, he said he lacked respect for marginalized people and privilege gave him a massive blind spot. >> what i did was inexcusable
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and wrong and hurt a lot of people who considered me to be an ally. and that is wrong. i am deeply, deeply sorry. there's no way to sugar-coat it. it was something i did wrong. >> trudeau is trying to contain the furor over the images with the election just a month away now, on october 21st. iran's minister warns there will be an all-out war if there is a strike against his country. nic robertson has arrived at the attack site in saudi arabias us. nic, great to have you with us. what do we make of the statements by iran? it's tough to see what a path back to diplomacy looks like. >> look, i think iran right now feels in some ways it has the upper hand. trump was bullish in the beginning and is backing away
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from taking action. saudi arabia is caught in a tough situation because it feels it has so much to lose by escalating the conflict. that's not the path they are going down. the attack on the site here, four cruise missiles slammed into. and you saw the pictures, the images of the plumes of smoke rising in the air. having just landed here, the big clouds of smoke have obviously cleared. we're about to load off of the buses to get a closer look at the site. but saudi arabia is now faced with this situation where, it is turning towards the international community for support. if it doesn't find it, it's faced with a dilemma that it is vulnerable to iraq's pressures. and it must find a way to neutralize those pressures. from a saudi perspective at the moment, this is a very tough decision.
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they would probably likely look to whatever national support they can get. president trump is going to take the issue to the unga this coming week in new york. the saudis are talking to friends and allies that they will get enough stepping forward to contain iran's aggression as they see it. >> this situation has proved that when a facility like this in saudi is attacked, it has global implications. higher oil prices and higher gas prices in the united states. to the saudis' point, there has to be an international solution. to your point, can we achieve that? and is trump the solution here or part of the problem? >> reporter: president trump, his middle east partners, are standing at the position president obama was when he drew a red line in the sand over
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syria. if president trump doesn't step up now, the united states doesn't step up, then the united states standing as an ally, as an protector of gulf partners, is going to diminish. this is going to be a very testing time for that. not only watched by gulf allies of the united states. but iran for the united states response. iran feels under pressure by the maximum pressure sanctions. and if it has a tool to turn on and off oil supplies in the world. this is a problem. for the iranians, this is a powerful tool. you cannot underestimate the point that we are at in g geopolitics. there's not only the technology but there is the intent and the will and the capacity to use it. it's not only a problem for
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saudi arabia. it's a global problem. not only a problem for oil business, but infrastructures around the globe. this is an infliction point. i don't think we can underestimate that enough at this time. >> graphic images on screen right now to display that. nic, fantastic to have you with us. >> a pivotal couple of weeks ahe ahead. not just with our economy but with iran. crucial. >> right now, particularly hot. >> time to phone a friend. not the president. maybe apple. ahead, the new iphone comes out today. some very cool, new features. one of them could be a security risk. still, not fixed. the latest ahead.
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apple's iphone 11 will be released today. early demand for the new model has been strong so far. that's good news for the company, amid the ongoing trade war, as apple tries to grow its services business, iphone is its biggest source of revenue. the company released its ios software, too. that includes features, such as dark mode, which is meant to reduce eyestrain and a gaming service. it includes a privacy feature to limit the number of information
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to log into apps. it allows hackers who have physical access to the phone to get users' contraact details without a pass code. apple knew about the problem in july but the problem has not been fixed. the company said the issue will be resolved in the next version of the operating system that is set to be released next week. >> there's an eighth death from vaping nationwide. 530 cases reported in 39 states and 1 territory. that's up from 150 cases from the week before. the latest death is in missouri, the first case in that state. health officials say the patient had normal lung function before he started vaping in may. the food and drug administration is launching a criminal investigation into the spike in vaping-related illnesses. the director of fda center for tobacco products says they are in desperate need of facts. a policemanhunt for two men
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in d.c. for two suspected in a shooting. six people were shot and one fatally with an a.k.-style rifle. it happened last night in the courtyard of an apartment complex. five people suffered gunshot wounds and were taken to hospitals. the suspects were said to be driving a light-colored sedan. nike is cutting ties with antonio brown. this announcement coming a week after the wide receiver was accused of rape and sexual assault by his trainer, britney taylor. on thursday, he addressed the allegations. >> i'm looking forward to getting out in the home stadium and being with the team. >> meantime, a source with knowledge of britney taylor's interview with the nfl said it was professional and obviously, motional. we'll take a quick break here. but coming up, tech companies
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both candidates in israel's election looking for an advantage in a contest that remains deadlocked. the vote is too close to call. but netanyahu's offer to share power is a sign he has no clear path to leadership. sam kiley, live for us in jerusalem, with the latest.
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what about netanyahu avoiding prosecution? is there a path to that, given this dynamic race? >> reporter: there's no chance for benjamin note you to avoid the beginning of the court case against him, the indictment proce process, which is scheduled for october 2nd. whatever happens during coalition negotiations over the next few weeks, they almost certainly will not be over, certainly not in a position in which mr. netanyahu can establish himself as a prime minister with 61 seats in a 120-seat knesset, and what he wants to bring forward, which would give him immunity from prosecution. and benny gantz said he wants to have a government of national unity. his party, blue and white, is one ahead of likud than netanyahu, in number of seats won in the election. it is conceivable he may get the
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first opportunity by the rules set by president rivlin, to form a government. jason greenblatt, one of the so-called authors of the deal of the century, trying to find a resolution to the conflict between the israelis and palestinians, is in town. he's been meeting with mr. netanyahu and mr. gantz. no one knows what's going on in those conversations. the assumption is he's trying to drop that deal on to the international community. dave? >> long and winding road ahead. sam wil kiley in jerusalem. 2 million people have registered online to attend the storm area 51 event in nevada. 1.3 million are interested in coming to see aliens. nobody knows how many people may
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show up at the military installation. the organizationers tried to turn it into a music festival called alien stock. >> we have to go. can we make it there? >> we love this story. it's okay. it's a good one. we'll talk more about this later on. first, a navy dad, home on leave from iraq, with ta great surprie for his kids. once was not enough for chief michael forjan. one day at three different schools in florida. forjan is due to return to duty in iraq, but not before some much-needed time with his wife and kids. let's check on cnn business
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this morning. what we're seeing for the global markets. higher in tokyo there. a bit of pressure in europe, as well, though slight. asia stocks are higher, waiting for developments, the key thing here on the u.s./china trade war. trade talks lower level kicking off again this week. markets, in terms of futures for the united states, a touch higher today. obviously, the big story this week was the federal reserve, cutting interest rates on wednesday. now, a bit of volatility. the dow had been up for most of the day yesterday, before falling around 52 points. in fact, we've gone nowhere fast as far as u.s. markets are concerned. now, there's a new tech company that wants to go public. airbnb says it plans to have an initial public offering next year. the home rental service was valued at $31 billion in the private market. since its founding, it has e invol
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evolved into a full-service travel company. it's offering packages around the world. the company is not on the easiest of paths. others that have gone public, such as uber, lyft and slack, have seen their stalks fall. thanks to our international viewers for joining us. have a great start to your day. for the rest of our viewers, "early start" starts right now. did you ask the ukraine to investigate joe biden? >> no. >> you did ask ukraine to look into joe biden? >> of course i did. >> whiplash, anyone? did the president lean on an ally to help his re-election effort? parts of texas under water. two dead from devastating weather. another episode of blackface and another apology from justin trudeau.

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