tv Early Start With John Berman and Christine Romans CNN August 24, 2015 2:00am-3:01am PDT
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i'm christine romans. >> i'm george howell in for john berman. it is monday, august 24th. we start this monday morning with the three american citizens who are honored for shutting down a possible massacre. this played out on a high speed train from amsterdam to paris. the americans, alek skarlatos and spencer stone and anthony sadler. they subdued the gunman who french authorities say has ties to radical islam. >> i feel our training mostly kicked in after this assailant was already subdued, frankly. when it came to medical care and things like that and providing security making sure there wasn't another shooter. in the beginning, it was mostly gut instinct. one of survival. >> our senior international
correspondent nic robertson joins us in paris. nic, good to have you with us. nic, tell us about today. i'm sure this is a day these men will never forget. >> reporter: i'm sure it won't be. they went in to the presidential palace here just behind me. spencer stone led them with his arm still heavily bandaged in a sling from where the attacker used a box cutter to attack his hand. the french president wanting to thank these men before they went home to their one country. spencer stone has described the graphically way they brought down the attacker and the struggle. this is what he said. >> i turned around and saw he had what looked to be an ak-47. it looked like it was jammed or wasn't working. he was trying to charge the weapon. alek hit me on the shoulder and said let's go. ran down and tackled him. we hit the ground. alek came up and grabbed the gun
from his hand and i put him in a chokehold. he seemed to pull more weapons left and right. pulled out a handgun. alek took that. he took out a box cutter and he started jabbing me with that. we let go. all three of us started punching him while he is in the middle of us. i was able to grab him again and choke him unconscious while alek was hitting him in the head with a pistol and rifle. >> reporter: now those actions you heard spencer stone describe there, the french president said, that saved the ultimate carnage. there were more than 500 people on the train and more than 300 bullets that gunman had. a horrific situation could have happened. the french president said these young american heroes described here should be an inspiration to everyone to act in a time of
crisis. these are his words. >> translator: he could have created a terrible massacre. devastation. i want to thank you for what you have done and it was on friday that the whole world was able to admire your courage and your calm and your sense of responsibility. this solidarity which allowed you without weapons, unarmed, to overpower this individual who was armed to the teeth and you were ready to do anything. your heroism should be an example for all. >> reporter: and the french president for these actions he is describing there has given these young men france's highest honor. the legion d'honneur. it doesn't get any better than this. an incredible weekend. the people we talked to in france over the weekend said these men deserve every bit of gratitude and honor and thanks.
from the president on down, they recognize this could have ended in a more tragic way. >> interesting, nic, he said their training kicked in after they took the guy out. the french officials say el khazzani has ties to radical islam. his attorney is saying otherwise. >> reporter: his lawyer is saying, actually got on the train to rob people and he found the weapons and a mobile phone in a bag in a park near the station. that is just not washing here, of course. this is a man who is associating with radical islamists in spain. put on a european watch list. he moves to belgium. belgium is investigating groups of radical islamists he is associates with. because he was on the watch list in europe, he was seen getting on a plane and going to turkey.
from turkey, he came back to europe. the concern was while in turkey, hooked up with french radical isis members. they tried to inspire him to the attack as they tried to inspire another individual earlier this year. that attack thwarted by french police. the concern is, despite what el khazzani's attorney is saying, they are alive and alert to this man and trying to dig deeper and who he is associated with and is there another imminent threat. george. >> nic robertson, thank you so much. christine, it is interesting. the reporting that the men who were controlling the train, actually locked themselves in and hiding. >> people on the train could see the gunman and hear what was happening and saw people who worked on the train rushing in with a key locking themselves into the engine room or something. they were a little afraid. we have to talk about transit.
these are soft targets. they have to find ways to make sure they are more secure. six minutes past the hour. with the tensions and rhetoric elevated on the korean peninsula, the high level talks are taking place along the demilitarized zone. there is distrust. we have cnn's kyung lah with the latest. kyung, these are the highest levels of tensions we have seen in years. any sign of finding an off-ramp here? >> reporter: no off-ramp yet. christine, we are stretching into the third day of talks. very little indication of when they will actually end. we are also hearing from south korea's president. she will not cool things down on the peninsula until she gets an apology from north korea. the apology is for saying sorry
for the land mines on the demilitarized zone. two soldiers were hurt. without that, she will not remove something angering the regime. these are speakers put on the southern side of the demilitarized zone that is blasting news and pop music into the north. that for the reclusive regime is a major insult. things are still heated. talks are difficult. as far as troop movement, things are not calming. there is troop movement from the north. 70% of the submarines have left their bases from the north. christine, what we were hoping for is for things to immediately cool down with the talks. not quite yet. >> kyung lah in seoul. thank you for that. another story that will make headlines today. your money and the stock market. a brutal ugly morning.
asian stocks plunged this morning. the benchmark index closed down 8.5%. european stocks are diving and u.s. stock futures are down. a stunning decline for friday for the dow. the stock market in a correction. it down from its peak from 2011. major concerns about slow growth in china. uncertainty for the federal reserve will raise interest rates and oil prices are crashing. oil is below $40 a barrel for the first time since 2009. weakening demand. raging this morning, you have copper and aluminum and zinc tumbling. >> keeping an eye on it. now on to politics.
speculation this morning that vice president joe biden may be leaning toward a run for president in 2016. it follows reports that biden met this weekend with a key democrat. we get more from cnn's athena jones from washington. >> reporter: good morning, george and christine. this is probably the biggest political story of the weekend. certainly on the democratic side. my colleague jeff zeleny broke this story. we learned this meeting took place at the vice president's request and lasted about two hours. we are told that during the meeting, the vice president said he was seriously thinking about making another run for the white house. this would be his third bid for the presidency. he asked senator warren for her thoughts. they talked about economic policy and foreign policy. this is significant because senator warren is something of a liberal icon. she has a lot of fans. fans who have been pushing her to make her own bid for the white house in 2016. she has declined to do that. she will be sitting this out. she hasn't endorsed any
candidate. interesting bit to learn about over the weekend with the meeting. senator warren not the only big name democrat the vice president has met with. democratic candidate jim webb talked with vice president biden. >> i met with joe biden for an hour one-on-one last month. i have great regard for joe biden. i think his family and him personally have shown tremendous amount of dignity over the past several months that have gained the respect of the whole country. private meetings are best left that way. i would not begin to get into another individual's potential campaign. it doesn't surprise me he is talking with someone with a strong record. >> reporter: the meeting with senator warren is part of a series of meetings.
the vice president will make a decision in the next month. his advisers have told him he has to decide by october 1st. we should know by october what the vice president has decided. >> athena jones, thank you. on the republican side, donald trump says he is willing to take donations to his presidential campaign, but not from lobbyists who expect something in return. trump questioning whether bush has what it takes to be president. >> i don't mind jeb bush. he's a nice person. i don't think he has the energy. you need energy to do this job. we're a country that's in trouble. we need a person with a lot of smarts, a lot of cunning and a lot of energy. jeb doesn't have that. i think he's a very nice person. if he became president, good luck. it's another bush. it's going to be the same old
story. >> jeb bush heads to texas/mexico border to talk immigration and security. bush is getting support from hispanic republicans who admit his use of the term anchor babies is offensive, but not a setback. a popular air show in the u.k. turns tragic this weekend. a plane crashing down on a busy road. the death toll and anger are both climbing this morning. we are live in the u.k. next. to ung. new ensure active high protein. i help you recharge with nutritious energy and strength. i'll take that. yeeeeeah! new ensure active high protein. 16 grams of protein and 23 vitamins and minerals. ensure. take life in. isn't it beautiful when things just come together? build a beautiful website with squarespace.
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welcome back. the future of air shows in the u.k. is in doubt this morning after what happened here. a deadly crash saturday near brighton with a military jet slamming into cars on a busy highway. the death toll climbing. police say it could reach 20. more than a dozen others hurt. investigators are trying to figure out what went so wrong there. let's go to our ian lee live
from shorham england. ian, what is the latest? >> reporter: good morning. the investigators are still combing through the wreckage to see what went wrong with the plane. we are on the other side of the airfield where the wreckage is located. there is still hazardous materials located at the scene. the death toll is about 11, but they are expecting that to continue to rise. a crane is going to be coming in to take the wreckage out. that is when they expect to find more bodies. this loss is felt by the entire community. this air show was very popular. a lot of those killed on the highway were local residents. people from the community. we have been seeing flowers laid out all day yesterday and some today. the one big question investigators will ask and try to look for is why this plane
was flying over a road in the first place. usually at the air shows, stunts are performed over open fields. politicians and lawmakers are asking the questions if new laws need to be implemented. right now, a lot of people mourning and still loved ones looking for relatives. >> i'm certainly no expert, but it seems like an obvious question as to why that plane was flying over a highway. i'm sure it will be an important part of the investigation. ian lee, thank you. protesters battling in beirut. lebanese officials are brought to battle the protesters. these pictures tell the story. 400 people injured in these weekend clashes. >> people there are frustrated.
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three americans and a britton are getting recognized for stopping a terror attack. we are live in france with the ceremonies and what the three americans have to say about it. on the brink of war. north and south korea getting ready for another round of talks in the demilitarized zone. and questions about joe
biden sitting down with a top democrat for a potential run for the white house. what it means now he is expanding talks outside his inter circle. good morning. i'm george howell. welcome to "early start." >> i'm christine romans. it is 30 minutes past the hour. three americans honored in france this morning. french president hollande is awarding them the highest honor for preventing a possible massacre on a train from amsterdam to paris. alek skarlatos and spencer stone and anthony sadler now speaking out about the incident for the first time. >> i feel our training mostly kicked in after this assailant was subdued, frankly. when it came to medical care and
things like that and providing security making sure there was not another shooter. in the beginning, it was gut instinct and survival. >> to jump in and stop the guy with the gun on the train. cnn's correspondent nic robertson is live in paris. nic, this story is unbelievable. to see them standing with the french president being honored for their bravery. >> reporter: it is incredible. it is raining in paris. they turned up at the palace earlier today. spencer stone with his arm in a sling where the attacker hit him with a box cutter. the french president saying he wanted to pay tribute to the men. what we heard from spencer stone
is incredible when you listen to how spencer stone said how physically tough it was bringing the attacker down. this is how it happened. >> i turned around and saw he had what looked to be an ak-47. he looked like it was jammed or he was trying to charge the weapon. alek hit me on the shoulder. we ran down and tackled him. he hit the ground. alek grabbed the gun and i put him in a chokehold. he pulled out more weapons. he pulled out a handgun. alek took that. he pulled out a box cutter and jabbed me with that. he let go. we all punched him while he was in the middle of us. i was able to grab him again and choke him unconscious while alek was hitting him in the head with the pistol and rifle. >> reporter: now the french
president are said the attacker had over 300 bullets and over 500 people on the train. absolute carnage could have happened on the train. these young men, alex, spencer and anthony are an inspiration to all of us. that they avoided a mass casualty event. this is how the french president put it. >> translator: he could have created a terrible massacre. i want to thank you for what you have done. it was on friday that the whole world was able to admire your courage and your calm and your sense of responsibility. this solidarity which allowed you without weapons, unarmed, to overpower this individual who was armed to the teeth and you were ready to do anything. your heroism should be an
example for all. >> reporter: and this is what the french president was saying. not only wanted to honor these young american heroes, but he wanted to use them as an example for everyone. he said the french will be looking at security on the transport. he also said that the inspiration of these three young men should be an example for us all to act in moments of critical danger. to act. we all have a responsibility and part to play. that acting together we are not weak in the face of terrorism, but strong, the french president said. >> this is exactly, nic, what the united states, there's this catch phrase on billboards and subway in new york. if you see something, say something. these young men saw something and did something. what is the attorney for the suspect saying? the attorney for the suspect is painting a little bit of a different picture here.
>> reporter: yeah. that's another story all together. the attorney is saying this man who had an automatic pistol. kalashnikov and eight or nine magazines for these weapons. got on the train to just rob people and he found these weapons, quote, in a bag with a mobile phone in a nearby park. that's not washing with european terrorism officials. the belgiums are investigating him. indeed, just a few months ago, had been to turkey where he associated with french isis members. the same cell that tried to get another young frenchman from north africa to perpetrate an attack in paris. that was thwarted. finding the weapons on the train to rob people. no one is buying that.
>> nic robertson, thank you so much for that story. on to the korean peninsula where tensions are high and rhetoric is high as well. there are efforts to stop a war from breaking out. north and south korea have been holding talks at the truce village along the demilitarized zone. let's go to south korea and cnn's kyung lah. as the talks continue, south korea officials are saying the north is ramping up the military. what more can you tell us? >> reporter: the defense ministry is detecting from the north while all of the peace talks are happening to cool things down on the peninsula, what the south is seeing is a doubling of the artillery on the northern front. they are seeing the north move troops in. doubling that. the submarines, 70% of north
submarines have been deployed. this is concerning for the south. all of this is happening while the talks are happening. this troop movement didn't happen before north korea was at the table talking with the south. we are getting mixed messages. george, what the south korean president wants is an apology. that could prove to be a big stumbling block. all of the talks stretching into the third day. we have no indication of what would happen. >> important these talks continue. kyung lah, we will stay in touch with you. time for an early start on your money. investors sprinting away from stocks. asian shares plunging. the shanghai benchmark closing down 8.35%. u.s. stock futures pointing to an ugly open. friday was ugly. dow tumbled 531 points. the biggest one-day drop in
years. the dow losing more than 1,000 points last week. the dow was officially in correction from its peak from the first time in 2011. stocks were at record highs this spring. double digit gains for nearly three years. many experts are saying a correction may not be a bad thing. reverse course now. here are the fundamental problems. major concerns about china's economy. uncertainly over the fed interest rate hike and tumbling oil prices. oil prices below $40 a barrel for crude and george, that means you will probably see $2 gas on average by halloween. >> wow. breaking overnight. louisiana state trooper shot in the head after trying to help a man from a ditch. senior trooper steven vincent gets out of the car to help the
driver and the driver hit him in the head. good samaritans stepped in to stop. they were able to snap the handcuffs on the alleged shooter. the suspect has a long rap sheet. he is facing charges and first-degree murder of a police officer. politics now. a new round of speculation over vice president joe biden and if he will jump into the democratic race. he had a meeting with senator elizabeth warren. the two reportedly discussed policy issues. calls are growing louder for biden to run among hillary clinton's e-mail troubles. biden is expected to decide in the next month. what will joe do? on the republican side, donald trump says he is willing to take donations to his presidential campaign, but not from lobbyists who expect something in return. trump continued to attack his
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uncollected garbage in the streets of beirut is the tipping point for protesters. more than 400 injured in violent clashes with police over the weekend. our nick paton walsh is live in beirut. the pictures tell a story of the people angry in the streets right now. >> reporter: it was a scene of anarchy last night. it is surpassed by the calm we have seen. the army moved in at midnight to end the clashes with the protesters and police raging for six hours turning the center of government here to a war zone, really. now a bit of daily life on the streets. traffic moving as normal. protesters have called off any suggestion of a resumed protest
later on today. they are getting a lot of flack on social media. many blame them for the lack of organization for the previous protest. many wanted to clash with police in the crowd. the scene yesterday, remarkable how that crowd of thousands gathered. furious of previous protests against the government have been roughly treated by police. that soon turned into clashes with rocks thrown at police and tear gas fired back. today, comparative calm. the question how do you get the dysfunctional government to reform? unanswered. >> nick, thank you for that. uncollected trash will get people angry. let's see what is coming up for your "new day." alisyn camerota joins us now. >> thank you, george. we will have the latest on the three american heroes who stopped a gunman on the train in france. what allows someone to run toward danger? we will speak with a woman on
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i'm christine romans. let's get an early start on your money. a scary day for stocks. asian shares plunge. u.s. stock futures diving right now. on friday, the dow tumbled 531 points. the biggest one-day drop in four years. the weekend does not look like it was a speed bump for the sellers. dow is down 10% from its peak. the first correction since 2011. some of the market darlings are in their own personal bear markets. apple, exxon, walmart. all down more than 20% from the highs. some of the name, apple down 4%.
netflix is down this morning. big selling in store as we start the week. investors are fleeing stock and commodities and rushing into bonds. copper, zinc plunging this morning. oil down too. oil below $40 a barrel for the first time since 2009. the chinese economic growth is slowing quickly. meanwhile, global supply is booming. what should you do? now is not the time to find your 401(k) log in. remember, if you have been in stocks the past few years, you are riding long gains. a pullback can be normal and healthy for the market. two ways you could feel this immediately. bond yields are falling and could push mortgage rates lower. gas prices could fall to $2
soon. that is something you will feel every time you fill up this fall. 58 minutes past the hour. three americans honored for helping prevent a possible massacre in france. now big questions must be answered. how can train passengers be kept safe? "new day" starts now. >> they are truly heroes. >> he kept pulling weapons. >> we saw him cocking the ak-47. >> he had a lot of ammo. vice president joe biden held a meeting with elizabeth warren. >> could this mean a biden/warren ticket? >> she has the pulse on the progressive movement. >> i can't imagine the clinton camp could be happy about this. a day of fun turned to tragedy. >> stay in your places. >> this is a traumatic
announcer: this is "new day" with chris cuomo, al cam and michaela pereira. >> good morning, we have breaking overnight, a situation that could have been dozens killed on a train loaded with hundreds of passengers. instead, it's about three bone fied american heroes. spencer stone, anthony sadler and alek receiving the highest honor for bravery. why? they took down a gunman on a packed paris high speed train. >> the attacker is speaking out saying he's dumbfounded by allegations he's connected to islamist extremists. he says he was on the train to rob passengers because he was hungry. let's get to nic robertson live in paris. give us the latest. >> reporter: good morning,