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experts examining a plane piece washed ashore in the indian ocean as the search widens for debris that could be from mh-370. we have live team coverage breaking down the developments. california on fire. dozens of homes destroyed. thousands evacuated. this morning, the flames are spreading. we have an update just ahead. >> dramatic situation. welcome to "early start." i'm christine romans. >> i'm john berman. it is monday august 3rd. >> the political world buzzing over the 2016 race. the times reporting that vice president joe biden has begun exploring a white house run. the vice president's late son beau lobbied his father to run in the months before he died. a biden spokeswoman says the family is still grieving and speculation about a white house run is quote premature and
inappropriate. the 72-year-old vice president would face a daunting prospect catching up with hillary clinton who raised millions. she has staffed a field operation in early primary states. the clinton campaign is not worrying about a decision by biden. >> we will let him make his decision. however hard it is to secure the democratic nomination is however hard it is. we have no illusions. we never thought this was going to be easy. there's a lot of views in the democratic party. you know we'll be prepared to handle whatever comes our way. >> the clinton campaign rolled out the first set of tv ads overnight with a $1 million ad buy in iowa and new hampshire. in one ad clinton tells the story of her mother dorothy who grew up in poverty and helped by a teacher. >> when she needed a champion someone was there. i think about all of the dorothys all over america who fight for their families who never give up.
that's why i'm doing this. that's why i've always done this. for all the dorothys. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. >> on the republican side just as much drama where a campaign consultant for frontrunner donald trump became ensnared in a facebook racial posts issue. sunlen serfaty has more. >> reporter: donald trump's campaign announcing it fired an aide sam nunberg after facebook posts that were racially charged dating back to 2007. he denied all wrongdoing. the campaign said they would investigate the claims and by sunday he was gone. now the spotlight on trump as he enters the debate stage as the frontrunner. he has somewhat of a target on
his back being the frontrunner. he said he predicts a lot of opponents will come after him. he says he will not throw any of the punch, at least not the first one. >> you have to counter-punch. i'm not looking to start anything. a lot of people say they are getting ready and they have their lines given to them by the pollsters. everything's perfectly put down by a pollster. what to say and how to attack me. you know if it comes, it comes. >> chris christie this weekend downplayed the recent rise in the polls by trump saying anyone can do well for a month. he said it is up to trump if he wants to be a serious candidate to bring it to the debate stage. here is what he told jake tapper on "state of the union." >> i think donald will be as serious a candidate as he wants to be. he will determine through the depth of his answers whether he is a serious candidate or isn't.
that is what i mean by campaigns mattering. anyone can do well for a month in this business. especially if you have talent and personality. donald has both. >> reporter: on the democratic said a potential for a shakeup. sources tell cnn that vice president joe biden is being encouraged to run by friends and advisors. it does seem at the heart of this is what his son beau biden thought before he passed in may. we do know that biden has not made up his mind at this point. he is expected to decide in a month or so after he discusses it with family. the senate votes on a bill to halt federal funding for planned parenthood. the democrats are confident it will not get the votes needed to advance. some republicans are calling for a government shutdown if it is defeated. rand paul is not one of them,
but he does want the funding pulled after the series of undercover videos that shine the spotlight on planned parenthood. >> they manipulating the baby and turning the baby around to get to body parts and the doctors saying liver is popular for sale right now. i don't think americans don't want their tax dollars going to this. when this is morally at issue, why fund it? >> and instead fund thousands of community health centers that provide the same services without performing abortions. the obama administration will announce the climate change plan to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from coal burning plants. it is the biggest and most important step to combat climate change. the plan calls for a 32% reduction in the carbon pollution by 2030 and more
aggressive transition to solar and wind. the congress is looking to take over the plan. mitch mcconnell has sent letters to all 50 governors. and the u.s. to defend the fighting. the u.s. could end up in direct combat with the assad regime. the u.s. forces are committed to fighting isis not government troops. if the u.s.-backed forces are attacked by isis or assad troops they will use air power. the investigation into the malaysia airline flight 370. preparations under way in france to examine this part of the aircraft wing. the flaperon that washed up last week on reunion island in the
inn indian ocean. conclusive word if it is from mh-370 will have to wait until wednesday. for the latest, let's bring in saima mohsin in toulouse. >> reporter: good morning, christine. scientists in the most specialized labs in the world will look at the flaperon from a 777 aircraft. not yet confirmed from the mh-370. this is the place to do it. it arrived under lock and key under sealed container with a police escort. this is the first time this lab opened since it arrived here. a team of experts flying from around the world. ntsb and french authorities and civil aviation authorities in
france and malaysia. malaysia transport police and malaysia airline officials. and a new addition. chinese authorities. they will gather in paris for an initial meeting. the french prosecutor has remained tight lipped releasing some statements. we managed to get through to them today. they say today they will be swapping information. they have so far from the investigation. they will decide together how they want to proceed. now one point is to remind everyone. there are two parallel investigations going on. a reason i mentioned the french prosecutor. that is because the passengers' families from france on mh-370 from france have launched a civil case of manslaughter related to potential hijacking to terrorist activity. the french prosecution is leading the investigation and joined by malaysian officials as well. meanwhile, there is another
piece as well delivered to france. you will remember it may have been a piece of suitcase. that is examined in paris. christine. >> saima, thank you. the search for aircraft debris is expanding and intensifying this morning. on reunion islands, teams scouring the beach. a dozen objects have been brought to police. none of the objects has anything to do with mh-370. at least not yet. for the latest let's turn to erin mclaughlin live on reunion island. erin. >> reporter: good morning, john. they are not just searching here on reunion island, but also searching on the nearby mauritius and seychelles island. searching for includeclues.
the transportation minister says this is similar to drift analysis. malaysian authorities asking authorities in the area for help in identifying any potential debris. now over the weekend, volunteers scouring the beaches of reunion island. this is a difficult task especially when you consider the ocean is very very large and large amount of garbage as well. there's plenty of room for false alarms. yesterday, some eight police officers were called out to a nearby beach. they identified and collected a piece of metal calling that metal an object of interest. now afp released a photograph of the metal. it shows twisted metal with chinese characters. that created a lot of buzz online and social media sites in china. people speculating that metal is
connected to a chinese tea kettle. it illustrates that police are taking every lead seriously. so far, they found nothing they are tying directly to a missing plane mh-370. >> you can see why the interest level is raised so much. erin mclaughlin on reunion island. thank you. time for an early start on your money. asian stocks and u.s. stock futures lower. european stocks looking a bit more optimistic. in greece no optimism. stocks down 30% this morning. the stock market reopened today. it was closed for five weeks. there are restrictions on local investors to keep money from flooding out of the banks. they will only be allowed to buy shares with existing cash. they cannot withdraw from the greek bank accounts. banks reopened two weeks ago after europe agreed to a new bailout, but withdraws are limited to 420 euro a week. you shut a stock market and when it reopens, everyone runs.
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look at the terrain. almost 3,000 firefighters have a difficult time navigating some of the steep cliffs and really getting at the individual spot fires. only 5% contained at the moment. 54,000 acres have been burned so far. look at that. 6,000 plus structures threatened from this. the weather will not play along too much. still sunny and dry through the rest of the week. the humidity levels will stay low and the winds remain light to moderate. this is what some of the ground looks like in the arid parts of california. we have 46% of the state under an exceptional drought. take a look at this incredible video from nasa. this shows the rainfall accumulation over the past six months. notice the colors over the eastern half of the united states compared to the west. we certainly wish we had that rainfall in california but that is not the case. chance of severe weather today
across the new england area. that means large hail and damaging winds for pittsburgh. new york, your heat wave coming to an end by the end of the week. thank you, derek. this amazing weather video. the white tornado silhouetted across the clouds southwest of des moines. part of the severe thunderstorm system causing hail and wind damage. no damage reported from this twister. a manhunt under way for the murder of this police officer. sean bolton was gunned down after he interrupted a gun deal and after he confronted this man. bolton's fellow officers are determined to capture. >> when you look at this individual. you are looking at a coward. he's a coward.
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it's a big shake up coming before the first presidential debate. donald trump fires a top adviser and hillary clinton with new television ads. and the search for missing malaysia airline 370 widens this morning. new islands examined for debris as officials review the piece that washed ashore. and wildfire spreading this morning across california. dozens of homes destroyed.
thousands evacuated. the latest on the firefight ahead. welcome back to "early start." i'm christine romans. >> i'm john berman. the political world buzzing over the 2016 race. the times reporting that joe biden is actively exploreing a white house run. his beau strongly encouraged biden to run before he died in may. democrats close to biden said he has not made up his mind and waiting until september to decide. the spokesperson said the family is still grieving and the rumor of running is premature and inappropriate. he would face a task to catch up to hillary clinton who staffed up a significant field operation. the clinton campaign is not worrying a decision by biden. >> we will let him make his
decision. however hard it is to secure the democratic nomination is however hard it is. we have no illusions. we never thought this would be easy. there are a lot of views in the democratic party. you know we will be prepared to handle whatever comes our way. >> a big move by the clinton campaign. overnight, the campaign rolled out the first set of television ads. $1 million buys in iowa and new hampshire. these will run for five weeks. one ad tells of her mother dorothy, who grew up in poverty and helped by a teacher. >> when she needed a champion someone was there. i think about all of the dorothys all over america who fight for their families who never give up. that's why i'm doing this. that's why i've always done this for all the dorothys. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. >> on the republican died a
frontrunner for the nomination. a donald trump aide ensnared in a racially charged facebook posts. sunlen serfaty has more. >> reporter: sam nunberg was fired after facebook postings of his that were racially charged dating back to 2007. he said the posts were not his and denied any wrongdoing. on friday the campaign said they would investigate the claims and by sunday he was gone. there is the spotlight on trump as he enters the debate stage as a frontrunner. there is a understanding that he has a target on his back being the frontrunner. he said over the weekend that he predicts a lot of his opponents will come after him. he said he will not throw any punches, at least not the first one. >> you have to counter-punch.
i'm not looking to start anything. a lot of people are getting ready and they have their lines given to them by the pollsters. everything is perfectly put down by the pollster of what to say and how to attack me. >> reporter: chris christie this weekend downplayed trump's recent rise in the polls saying anyone can do well for a month. he said it is up to trump if he wants to be a serious candidate to bring it to thursday's debate stage. here is what he told jake tapper. >> i think donald is as serious a candidate as donald wants to be. he will determine through the depth of his answers and seriousness of his answers whether he is a serious candidate or isn't. that is what i mean about campaigns mattering. anyone can do well for a month in this business. especially if you have talent and personality. donald has both those things. >> reporter: on the democratic side there is a shakeup here as
well. sources telling cnn that vice president joe biden is considering a run. he is encouraged by friends and advisors. at the heart of this is what his son beau biden thought of before he passed away in may. we know biden has not made up his mind. he is expected to decide in the next month or so after discussing it with family. thank you. the senate votes on a bill to halt federal funding for planned parenthood. the democrats are confident it will not get the votes needed. some republicans are calling for a government shutdown. the obama administration will announce a climate change to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. the president calls it the biggest and most important step ever to battle climate change. you can see the web site they launched saying those words. looking for 32% reduction in
power sector carbon pollution by 2030. republicans and some of the coal producing democratic states as well vowing to take on the administration and take them to court over this plan. senate majority leader sent letters to all governors in 50 states urging them not to comply comply. new investigation into the malaysia airline crash. the flaperon is from a boeing 777 according to authorities. conclusive word if it is from mh-370 itself will have to wait until the examination starts on wednesday. it will happen in france. let's go there. saima mohsin is there live in toulouse. >> reporter: good morning, john. that flaperon arrived with the police escort in a sealed container over weekend. the lab was shutdown.
it is open now first thing monday morning. it was closed while it arrived over the weekend. we believe today everyone who has flown in from around the world to be part of the team to analyze it here wednesday is meeting in paris. at the paris prosecutor's office. they will discuss and share information about the investigation so far and decide how they want to go about analyzing this and proceed. there are two investigations john. one analyzing the piece and investigating the plane disappearance and whether it crashed and where it might be and then there is a civil case for manslaughter. that is started up by the four french nationals on board mh-370. their families. manslaughter should it have been a hijacking or terrorist activity on mh-370. that is why the paris prosecutor's office is leading the investigation. chinese officials decided to join them as well. a large group the people joining
the united states ntsb to analyze the piece. they will be looking, john, to see where the flaperon tore wayaway from the main body of the plane. did it tear off in air or did it tear off in the ocean. this morning, the malaysian transportation minister released a tweet reminding everyone not to speculate that they do not yet know if in is indeed from flight mh-370. john. >> saima, the entire aviation world focused on where you are. and the search for aircraft debris is expanding this morning. on reunion island teams are scouring the beach. a dozen objects found along the shore have been brought to police. including a piece of metal stamped with chinese lettering. authorities say none of these have anything to do with mh-370.
let's turn to erin mclaughlin with more from reunion island. >> reporter: good morning, christine. the search under way here on reunion island. it is also happening in nearby maritius and seychelles islands. this morning, the transportation minister tweeting out saying the area is consistent with drift pattern analysis. malaysian authorities are asking authorities in the area for help in identifying potential debris. now over the weekend, a team of volunteers combing the beaches for any signs of a plane. there is plenty of room for false alarm. this is a tiny island surrounded by the vast ocean that's full of garbage. for example, on the nearby town
of san andra, is where they found the flaperon. they brought 10 to 12 objects to officials. all of those objects have been discounted. the search continues. >> thanks for that. keep us up to speed if anything develops this morning. time for an early start on your money. u.s. stock futures lower. european stocks looking optimistic. puerto rico defaulting on its debt. the u.s. territory missed a $58 million payment to its creditors over the weekend. the island is in crisis after years of spending and pension costs. puerto rico's governor says the economy is in a quote death spiral. >> what is interesting is the
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low humidity it is the perfect environment for a wildfire for one that is ballooning as quickly as this one has. >> it still burns overnight. we will bring you the latest on that. will the weather help the firefighters there? let's go to meteorologist derek van dam. >> good morning, john and christine. unfortunately, over 20 large wildfires raging out of control across california. we focus in on the rocky fire because it has spread exponentially over the weekend. upwards of 54,000 acres have burned so far. 5% containment. over 6,000 structures threatened from the individual spot fires. look at the rugged terrain. very difficult for the 3,000 or so firefighters battling the blazes. the weather will stay sunny and dry and low humidity for the week. the winds will be a factor light to moderate out of the
southwest. this is the dry arid landscape in california. remember the state has 43% coverage of exceptional drought conditions as we speak. the rainfall for today will be focused over the eastern half. the cold front will bring a chance of severe weather later this afternoon. that means pittsburgh to columbus look out for large hail and damaging winds. new york it does spell a cool down for you. the middle of the workweek will feel comfortable. back to you. >> thank you, derek. let's see what is coming up on "new day." chris cuomo. >> hello lady and berman. very provocative political question. vice president joe biden. you heard a lot of discussion on "new day." will he run? he is about 13% in the polls. he has not announced. sanders and clinton in front of him. there is a new level. there is a super pac. we have a friend of the family
on the show who will make the case for why she thinks he can run. we will get insight into where his head and heart is. he is dealing with the loss of his son and a lot of other big questions for joe biden. baltimore sees the deadliest month in four decades. why? why since all of the attention there and calls for change have gotten worse? did you know that federal agents are embedding in the police department? we will talk about the reasons. those are the two big headlines and we have the news for you. >> thanks, chris. look forward to that. word that a second lion has been illegally hunted and slain in zimbabwe. once again, an american is accused of being its killer. we're live next. nt's ever photogra mean ms. colegrove. but your dell 2-in-1 laptop gives you the spunk for an unsanctioned selfie. that's that new gear feeling. get this high performance laptop bundle for only $399. office depot officemax. gear up for school. gear up for great.
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this morning, we're learning of a second lion illegally hunted in africa. now a second american wanted for the killing. it happened in april and his guide hunting without a permit. this comes on the heels of the well known lion killed by a dentist dentist dentist. we have the latest with david mckenzie.
>> reporter: the american hunter involved in the illegal hunt. they arrested the guide in question. they say this happened in april leading to questions why it took so long for the information to come out and for them to crackdown on this. they also expanded john the level of banning of trophy hunting under margins of the national park where cecil the lion was lured out last month and killed by a bow by the american dentist dr. walter palmer. he received so much global outrage. >> the dentist, palmer has been called on, zimbabwe has to extradite him to zimbabwe. any sign that will happen? >> reporter: look experts say it is probably unlikely the u.s. will comply with the extradition request from zimbabwe. there is a treaty between the two countries, john. because of the nature of the
case and the situation politically in zimbabwe it might be difficult for them to hand over the american dentist. it must be said again, he denies any wrongdoing. he has effectively gone to ground and temporarily shutdown his practice. a representative of palmer has reached out to the u.s. fish and wildlife service. there may be a bit of politics going on. there are several individuals and entities under sanctions from the u.s. because of the political situation in zimbabwe. the fact that they are naming now another american at least to question the motivation we have to find out what happened during that hunt several months ago. john. >> no doubt, legal questions. david mckenzie, thank you. 53 minutes past the hour. the grilled cheese sandwich could be a choking hazard. pay attention to the kraft singles recall next. ever since dar s wife started using gain flings, their laundry smells more amazing than ever. (sniff) honey, isn't that the dog's towel? (dog noise)
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let's get an early start on your money. i'm christine romans. asian stocks and u.s. stock futures are down. in greece stocks plunging 25% this morning. stock market reopened today after closed for five weeks during the height of the greek financial crisis. investors are reacting to the extensive shutdown despite restrictions put in place by the government. fresh off the acquisition of at&t. direct directv customers can pay for
internet and cell phone bills at once. the plan costs $200 a month for the first year. kraft recalling 36,000 cases of individually wrapped cheese slices. the wrapper could be a choking hazard. the wrapper gets stuck on there. three and four pound white and american slices. the film may stick to the cheese. you think you pulled it off and it is not off. the company has received ten complaints and three reports of choking. they recalled 36,000 cases. severe storms striking the midwest. "new day" picks up now. >> major storms slamming the midwest. >> wow. look at that. that is something else. >> large hail, torrential pdownpours. president obama outlining his plan for clean power. >> time for america and the world to act.
>> taking executive power he doesn't have. >> the data and facts don't support it. a possible shakeup in the 2016 race. >> vice president joe biden is considering a run. >> hillary clinton readying a new pitch to voters. >> when families are strong america is strong. the senate votes on a bill to cut all funding on planned parenthood. >> i support any legislation to defund planned parenthood. >> it is deplorable. this is "new day" with chris cuomo and alisyn camerota and michaela pereira. >> good morning. this is "new day." take a look at this. this is iowa. one of a series of tornadoes touching down in several states overnight. the worst of the storms hitting illinois. tens of thousands forced to evacuate from the lollapalooza
music fest. >> a tent came down outside a festival in chicagoland. chad myers is following the latest for us from the weather >> more hail tornadoes, wind damage. 110 hail repords, six tornado reports. we finally got pictures from overnight and some are dramatic. >> wow, look at that. that is something else. >> a white tornado against a black sky. evidence of what has been slamming the midwest. illinois bearing the major front. one man killed three seriously injured and a dozen hospitalized after large hail ripped through a festival. chicago's grant park forced a temporary evacuation of the lollapalooza muse sick fest