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feminist champion. these are the talking points. they say that claim is a joke. today, hillary clinton heads to iowa the same day early voting kicks off in that state. 11 states are early voting. iowa is the first to offer in-person polling stations. secretary clinton is getting more help on the campaign trail from bernie sanders. she needs his help to reel in millennial voters. cnn's jeff zeleny is with the clinton campaign. >> reporter: john and christine, hillary clinton heading to iowa today. the second time returning to the state since winning the iowa caucuses back in february. she is going to des moines because it is early voting day. voting for the first time today until election day. the clinton campaign is running behind in iowa. donald trump visited on wednesday. she is trying to use her on the ground campaign there and early votes to make up the difference. she is seeking young voters.
the biggest block of the obama coalition she has yet to win over. she was campaigning on wednesday in the other voting state of new hampshire. she had bernie sanders by her said. he made this argument to voters. >> i am asking you here today not only to vote for secretary clinton, but to work hard to get your uncles and your aunts and get your friends to vote. if anybody tells you this election is not important, you ask them why the koch brothers and sheldon adelson and other billionaires are spending hundreds of millions of dollars. >> reporter: senator sanders is campaigning aggressively. aides tell me he will head to wisconsin, michigan and other states, including many he won in the democratic primary campaign trying to rally the young
voters. this is why it matters. millennials out pace baby boomers, but they don't always vote. some are turning to jill stein and gary johnson. the clinton campaign trying to win them over. they are critical to building the path to 270 electoral votes. john and christine. >> thanks, jeff zeleny, for that. joining us now. the managing editor zach wolf. bernie sanders out with hillary clinton. michelle obama at lasalle university in philadelphia. targeting millennials. joe biden at drexel. they are blanketing colleges. as for the message from the first lady, she went after donald trump yesterday. listen to this. >> if a candidate thinks that not paying taxes makes you smart
or that it's good business when people lose their homes. if a candidate regularly and flippantly makes cruel and insulting comments about women. about how we look, how we act. sadly that's who that candidate really is. >> it's really where she is saying it. at a college. who hillary clinton is with, bernie sanders, it tells you everything you need to know, zach, about where the clinton campaign thinks they are soft right now. with young people. >> that's right. it has been a problem for them since the primaries when a lot of young people or bernie sanders did better than her time and again with young people. with millennials. her strategy from the beginning of the campaign is to get out that obama coalition and big part of that is young people. so, you will see michelle obama, bernie sanders, all these people
blanketing college campuses trying to get young people interested and excited to vote for her. that's the area where she's really lagged. >> and they are seeing the tension rising in the polls in the third party candidates. last night, we hear on msnbc, another aleppo gaffe. listen to this. >> name a foreign leader you respect. >> i guess i'm having an aleppo moment in the former president of mexico. >> anybody in the world you like. anybody. pick any leader. >> the former president of mexico. >> which one? >> i'm having a brain freeze. >> name any one. >> fox, diaz. >> terrific. >> any foreign leader. >> merkel. >> okay. fine. can't argue with that. >> zach, how does he recover from that? two big gaffes.
he has been doing better in the polls. >> he is the only other candidate in the race on all 50 ballots. jill stein, the green party candidate, will not. some states she will not be on the ballot. if you don't want to vote clinton or trump, gary johnson is it. he could have said i don't think there is another libertarian leader i like. not another libertarian president in a foreign country. he has shown himself to be good in the hot-seat moments. chris matthews was doing his best to make that a hot seat. >> this is not a got ya' question. name one human being on earth outside the u.s. you respect. if you let it out longer, it is more uncomfortable. that is the nice version for gary johnson right there.
donald trump after hillary clinton was diagnosed with pneumonia and after she left the 9/11 ceremony and the video where she almost collapsed, he was careful to not talk about it. after the first debate, that seems to have changed. listen to what he said in iowa overnight. >> you see all the days off that hillary takes. day off. day off. day off. all those days off and then she can't make it to her car. isn't it tough? >> so you put this in with some new rhetoric we're getting from the donald trump team. they are really going after hillary clinton hard. going after bill clinton hard the last couple days. what are they doing? why does their tone seemed to have change? >> i think because he lost the
first debate by most reasonable measures. they need to find a way to change things. i will fact check you. he did not talk about her health right after her spell there. the whole reason we were talking about her health is because trump's campaign and other republicans had the sort of whisper thing leading up to that. it created the questions in some ways to create that issue in ways. now, for this next campaign, they have said that, you know, they suggested, i think, they will go at her more personally. they will go at her relationship with her husband. you know, these are things that bring back the '90s and bring back all of the questions that people have about hillary clinton and still her big weakness is her trustworthiness. will this get at that? that is where they will go. >> zach wolf, consider myself
fact checked and chastened at the same time. thank you, zach. families of the victims of the 9/11 terror attacks are legally free to sue saudi arabia. both chambers of congress voting to override president obama's veto of the audi lawsuit bill. in a cnn town hall last night, he blamed politics for the setback. although lawmakers from both parties opposed it. >> i'm concerned and this is not just my concern. general dunford, chairman of the joint chiefs said this is a bad idea. secretary of defense said it was a bad idea. we found out some of the people who voted for it said frankly we didn't know what was it in it. there was no debate of it. basical basically, it was a political vote. >> the press secretary called the override vote the single
most embarrassing thing the senate has done in decades. one aide calling it amateur hour at the white house. the president made remarks during the cnn town hall. it took place in ft. lee, virginia. the audience of military families. cnn's michelle kosinski was there. >> reporter: john and christine, this was different. the first time in recent memory things did not immediately turn to politics. not one of the questions was about donald trump. it was emotional. listen to this from the wife of a veteran who died after waiting more than a year for a colonoscopy at a v.a. center. >> when will we actually start holding these contracted doctors and v.a. employees accountable? it is the difference between life and death. >> we have actually made progress and, again, i don't
want to in any way pretend we are where we need to be, but we have in fact fired a bunch of people in charge of some of these facilities. i don't know the particular case of this particular doctor, but you can bet i'll find out after this meeting. >> reporter: this was not an easy crowd for the president. when you look at recent polls among u.s. service members, it shows approval rating for the president is around 15% to 30%. they choose donald trump over hillary clinton 2 to 1. also about 1/5 of troops surveyed, when they have to choose between the two candidates, they don't want to vote. they don't feel either major party has their best interest in mind. part of president obama's goal here was to show his administration cares and that their policies support the military. john and christine. >> michelle in virginia for us. thank you. in california, protesters ignoring calls for calm after a
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face-to-face with the troops talking about terrorism and taking congress to task for overriding a veto hours earlier. the first time that's happened to him. protests escalate overnight in california over the deadly police shooting of the unarmed african-american man. this as police reveal what is in the man's hand when he was shot down. welcome back to "early start." i'm christine romans. >> i'm john berman. 30 minutes after the hour. donald trump says he won the first debate no matter what anyone else says or the polls. in a conference call, campaign officials suggest he is angry that advisers are admitting he struggled in the first debate and pushing him to change tactics for the second. in a rally last night, trump raised a new conspiracy theory that the internet is rigged against him. >> the new post debate poll that just came out. the google poll has us leading
hillary clinton by two points nationwide. and that's despite the fact that google search engine was suppressing the bad news about hillary clinton. how about that? >> oh, no. google-gate. cnn and others have looked into the idea that google rigged results in searches. it is not true. trump refusing to back down on alicia machado. overnight, trump told fox news he saved her job after she gained weight. >> this is a person, bill, that was the first one under my ownership. she did not do well. she had a lot of difficulties. you know, they wanted to fire her. the company itself wanted to fire her. i saved her job. i bet you if you put up and added up all the time i spoke to her, it is less than five
minut minutes. >> overnight, we got our look at talking points the campaign is using to defend trump in the machado controversy. it focuses on bill clinton's affairs. asking why monica lewinsky has not spoken up during the campaign. today, hillary clinton is in iowa. the same day early voting kicks off in that state. as of today, 11 states offer early voting. including new hampshire where secretary clinton is getting a more aggressive assist from former rival bernie sanders. he is trying to give clinton a boost with younger voters. >> so i am asking you here today not only to vote for secretary clinton, but to work hard to get your uncles and your aunts, to
get your friends to vote. if anybody tells you that this election is not important, you ask them why the koch brothers and sheldon adelson and other billionaires are spending hundreds of millions of dollars. >> let's talk about all the day in politics. the one that passed and one coming ahead. we have political digital editor zach wolf. you have bernie sanders out there trying to help hillary clinton pull in the millennial voter. the voter who really went for him. millennial democrats who went for him. you have the first lady of the united states. no surprise in pennsylvania talking to college students. listen to what she said. >> we also need someone who is steady and measured. because when making life or death, war or peace decisions, the president just can't pop off
or lash out irrationally. no, we need an adult in the white house. >> does michelle obama's popularity help clinton with millennials? >> yes, i think it does. that was quite the stemwinder she delivered yesterday. you will see bernie sanders now that congress is out of session, go more aggressively to college campuses. michelle obama is an effective ambassador for anybody. since the democratic convention speech, she has shown she is invested in trying to help hillary clinton after their troubled relationship back in 2008. and with all the polls tightening recently. democrats, the stakes are never higher for them. you will see this more and more. especially on the college campuses. they need more help with millennials. their perception of hillary clinton, they were born when bill clinton was president. >> you can see the clinton team.
hillary clinton at temple. joe biden at drexel. bernie sanders in new hampshire. this is something they are focused on. as for the trump campaign, they bought themselves another day of coverage yesterday on alicia machado. she is the former miss universe which donald trump criticized for gaining weight. donald trump repeated the cre t criticisms and last night on bill o'reilly, he said this. >> bill, this was the first one under my ownership. she did not do well. she had a lot of difficulties. you know, they wanted to fire her. the company itself wanted to fire her. i saved her job. i bet you if you put up and added up all the time i spoke to her, it is probably less than five minutes. >> it is interesting. this is bait hillary clinton dangled at the debate. trump did not address it on the
debate floor. days after, he certainly did. >> this is another example of trump. when these things happen, you think of the father of the muslim soldier killed the day after in the democratic convention. trump cannot help himself. he doesn't seem able to make these sort of small scandals turn into big scandals when he goes out the day after and attacks the people who raised questions. >> zach, what does it is a about the advice donald trump is taking or not taking? there are reports of what was happening as he was preparing for not preparing for the debate. now our reporting of how donald trump is mad at surrogates, furious at surrogates, going out saying we're going to try to help him prepare differently so he wins the second debate. he doesn't like that. >> you know, i'm not sure what advice he is taking or not. you can tell that the top
decision maker in the campaign is clearly donald trump. he is leading from his gut. when somebody like alicia machado comes out and saying something about him with the help of hillary clinton, he takes the bait and he fires back. >> one thing that seems to be dangled out there from the donald trump campaign is maybe he will go after hillary clinton harder on bill clinton and his indiscretions as the internal talking points memo and talk about bill clinton and talk about monica lewinsky and hillary clinton being an enabler. why do they think this is a potent line of attack? >> you know, i think hillary clinton's big problem is her honest and trust worthiness. if they paint her as devilishly trying to go after bill clinton's accusers.
the facts of that if we get into them are up for dispute. i think that will add to that. plus, it is something they would rather talk about than alicia machado. it is not a good chapter in the clinton past. >> you have to imagine that team clinton is ready for that. they thought about it maybe for the ten years she has been running for president. >> her advisers come on air and make it clear she is ready for that. it is a question she has an answer to on stage. whether voters buy the answer that is ago thing. zach wolf, thank you. families of the victims of the 9/11 terror attacks are free to sue saudi arabia. both chambers of congress voting to override president obama's veto of the saudi lawsuit bill. this is the first time the president has suffered a veto override in his presidency. in a cnn town hall last night, he blamed politics for the setback although both parties opposed him.
>> i'm concerned. this is not just my concern. general dunford chairman of the joint chiefs said its was a bad idea. we found out some of the people who voted for it, said we didn't know what was in it. there was no debate of it. and it was basically a political vote. >> president's press secretary called the override vote the single most embarrassing thing it has done in decades. one aide calling the comment amateur hour at the white house. janet yellen facing tough questions of the political motives. a congress member questioned her for what he described as a conflict of interest with a fed governor. that is lail brainard. she is the economic adviser to bill clinton. she donated to hillary clinton's presidential campaign. there is speculation that
brainard is seeking a position in the clinton administration if she is collected. that got the attention. >> as far as trying to get a job. would that change your opinion if she should recuse herself? >> i don't think there is a conflict of interest. >> it is legal for fed governors to donate to campaigns. she should not be allowed to if the fed is free of political influence. protesters ignoring for calls of calm after the shooting of an african-american man. what the police just revealed about the investigation. coming up.
in california in the wake of the fatal police shooting of african-american man. protest ares marched in the streets holding signs and chanting and blocking traffic. some jumped on a bus at one point. there were reports bottles were thrown. the object that alfred orlango pulled from his pocket when police shot him was a vaping smoking device. a 14-year-old allegedly opened fire outside an elementary school. the police say the school shooting came after that suspect, the teenager's father was fatally shot. 43-year-old jeffery osborne was found two miles from the school. the teacher and one student are out of the hospital and one student is recovering after
surgery. i wish the students well. let's see what is coming up on "new day." chris cuomo has more and is with us. >> i'm getting hit with allergies. you got it. >> the kids have it. >> i'm surprised to hear anything from j.b. >> i'm more machine than man. >> bionic. we will talk about the campaign. donald trump telling supporters to follow the money when it comes to hillary clinton's campaign contributions. this morning, we will take a closer look at a new "newsweek" report of allegations of following the money when it comes to trump and business interests. traveling to cuba during the embargo. we will look at this and discuss if it could sway voters. is it relevant? plus, they asked tough questions last night. i hope you got to see president obama doing his veterans town hall with jake tapper. widow of an army vet sharing concerns with the president. she will join us to discuss what
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at half staff. as a show of respect, flags in the u.s. ordered to fly half staff. and trying to work out a peace deal in syria, but the russian peace talks are not serious. this as john kerry said the u.s. was going to resume talks with russia. our cnn international correspondent fred pleitgen are the latest. you just got out of syria. what is the latest? >> reporter: john, this shows how frustrated the u.s. is trying to negotiate the cease-fire agreement. there was an agreement in place to see humanitarian aid get into aleppo. that never happened. the cease-fire crumbled and they launched the massive offensive on eastern aleppo. it is not the amount of air
strikes that increased, but munitions as well. bunker busting bombs. the russians are angry of the language of the state department. they say they consider this to be an ultimatum and they blame the u.s. for the cease-fire for falling apart. we just returned from syria a couple hours ago. the situation in eastern aleppo is dire. air strikes going on. a lot of people killed. u.n. says 50% of those killed or injured are children and still, of course, all those battles continuing to rage on. although there is a ground offensive in place and you have the air strikes, there is very little movement on the frontlines. very little territory gained or lost. many people getting killed. >> thank you, fred pleitgen. the fbi revealing more attempted election cyber attacks. two law enforcement officials
think russia is behind the hacking attempts on the voter registration sites in a dozen states. hackers are looking for weaknesses to allow them to enter the systems. james comey making it clear no information was changed and no voting systems at risk. angry new defense of fbi integrity by director james comey in the wake of the investigation of not indicting hillary clinton. he got emotional about all of the name calling he and his staff endured. listen to this. >> you can call us wrong. you can call me a fool. you cannot call us weasels. that is just not fair and i hope we have not gotten to a place in american public life where everything has to be torn down on integrity just to disagree. there is not a fair basis for saying this was not independent.
>> house republicans are upset with comey for the immunity deals given to cheryl mills. that decision was made by the justice department. in california, the statute of limitations on rape is no more. governor jerry brown signed a bill repealing the law to bar prosecution if an alleged assault happened more than ten years earlier. calls for the change grew after dozens of women came forward with accusations against bill cosby, but many were decades old unable to be prosecuted. voters in new hampshire are free to snap a selfie with the ballot this november and share it on social media. a federal appeals court ruled that the state's ballot selfie ban is unconstitutional. lawmakers argued that pictures of ballots could be used to help buy votes. the court dismissed that notion citing lack of evidence. it is five minutes to the top of the hour. dow futures higher. nice gains yesterday. oil prices jumped on news of a
production freeze. giving back a little bit. stock markets in europe are rising. shares in asia also up. more trouble for samsung. not phones catching fire, but washing machines exploding. u.s. regulators warning that the top loading samsung washers have safety issue and some exploded. it is suggested you use the delicate cycle for washing delicate and bulky items. child care costs. the average cost of full-time day care for kids up to the age of 4, $9,500. that is more than the average cost of in-state college tuition. not room and board. parents earning the median household income of $56,000, means you shell out 17% of your pay.
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>> not with all the unruly passengers. the trump campaign getting ready to hit hillary clinton like they never have before. at least that is according to a new internal memo. "new day" starts now. >> we have six weeks to make every dream you ever dreamed for your country come true. >> it's not just my name on the ballot. every issue you care about. >> you see all of the days off that hillary takes. day off. day off. day off. >> we need an adult in the white house. >> bernie sanders could have gone down in the record books. now he is supporting her. >> it is imperative we being elect hillary clinton. >> we heard a lot of promises. not only true change is now i am a widow. >> we have to meet the sacred vow we make to our troops. >> men and women serve in combat theaters four or five or six times. what can we do to increase the
number of citizens that serve our country? >> this is "new day" with chris cuomo and alisyn camerota. >> good morning. welcome to "new day." it is 6:00 in the east. after criticism about the debate performance, donald trump intensifying attacks on hillary clinton. mocking clinton's health and his surrogates now told to use former president bill clinton's infidelity. >> so much for the courage to stay on the high road. how will clinton respond on the campaign trail where she is getting help from the biggest names in the party? is this election about to become worse and more of a distraction from what really matters to voters? there is so much at stake. 40 days to the election. ten days until the next presidential debate. let's start with cnn's phil mattingly in council bluffs, iowa. >> reporter: chris, donald trump remains defiant.
he believes he was the winner in monday night's debate. advisers are moving to sharpen donald trump's debate prep and attacks on hillary clinton. they feel he left things out monday night in the debate. those ties to wall street or corporate interest also include the surrogates. now a surrogate called last night, i'm told a private call. the point was made. it's time to go on offense and, frankly, they want surrogates to stop talking about any type of debate failures that might have existed. they want them on script and on the attack. even if that means, as you noted, bringing up bill clinton's infidelities. so, trump two speeches in swing states today and more events today. mostly scripted, but, of course, it's donald trump. occasionally he goes off script, including talking about hillary clinton's health. take a listen. >> you see all the days off that hillary takes.