tv Early Start With John Berman and Christine Romans CNN October 26, 2016 1:00am-2:01am PDT
fight club election edition, vice president talks bouts taking trump outside. >> donald trump tries to capitalize on obama care's rising premiums, but does he understand how health care works in his own companies? hillary clinton gets help from a one-time trump target but a brand new of batch of emails on wikileaks isn't helping at all. >> it is wednesday october 26th. it is 4:00 a.m. in the east and this morning donald trump seems
sure that he wants to throw down with joe bietden but less sure whether his own employees get health insurance. assuming he had his story straight which seemed to be a problem so far. listen on the difference a few hours makes. >> all of my employees are having a tremendous problem with obama care. >> we don't even use obama care. we don't want it. and i spend more money on helts coverage but we don't use it. >> and he wants to beat up the vice president who wants to throttle him. >> reporter: good morning john and christine, john and trump wrapped up a stint through the sunshine stint and he spent most of the day hitting barack obama and hillary clinton for premiums on obama care.
and you saw this pull of him trying to stay on the message and fighting his gut instinct to want to settle any fight with anyone who has criticized him. >> did you see where biden wants to fake me to the back of the barn? yard love that. mr. tough guy. he's mr. tough guy. you know when he's mr. tough guy? when he's standing in front of a microphone. >> reporter: that was donald trump responding to a comment vice president joe biden made saying he wishes they were both in high school and he could take donald trump out behind the gym. and trump is back on the campaign trail in north carolina. first he'll be in washington d.c. for a ribbon cutting for his new hotel.
>> vice president joe biden not backing down. he's connecting his threat to take trump behind the gym to trump's self-described locker room talk about private parts. >> people didn't act in the locker room like he talks about. that's not true. and you and i both know from the locker room in the school i went to, one of the guys said this is what i'm going to do because i'm the boss and my sister and girlfriends outthere, i would take the guy behind the gym. the point i was making is he's insulting everybody in the neighborhoods i come from and the people who play ball and that's the point i was trying to make. >> he wants to take donald trump behind the gym. would it had ever happen now? doubtful but back in junior high, maybe a possibility. according to the interview,
trump loved to fight in school. >> i was a very rebellious kind of person. i don't like to talk about it, actually. but i was a rebellious person and very set in my ways. i loved to fight. >> physical fights? >> all kinds of fights. >> arguments? >> any kind of a fight, i loved it, including physical. >> donald trump warning that hillary clinton's policies on the syrian conflict would lead to world war iii and that clinton was calls for a more aggressive stance would draw the u.s. into a conon for twagz a u.s. armed russia. >> we should focus on isis. we should not be focusing on syria. her plan you'll end up in world war iii with syria. she's incompetent.
>> the clinton campaign accuses him of refusing to lay out his own plan for resolving the crisis ibin syria. hillary clinton is trying to strike a delicate balance following the announcement of the rate hikes. she's standing by the legislation while conceding the law isn't perfect and she promises she'll try to do something to address the sky rocketing premiums. >> we're going to make changes to fix problems like that. >> for the latest on the campaign trail. >> reporter: good morning john and christine, hillary clinton is starting a second day of a two-day swing inthr florida. working hard for the votes for the stated and stopping trump from getting them. she said bluntly. >> i think this all started when
george washington refused to become a king. right? now, donald trump probably would have called him a loser. instead, that was one of the most important decisions any president has ever made. eight years, it's time to move on. so, here's the good news. americans are coming together. that very moment when donald trump is making an unprecedented attack on our democracy, millions of people are registering voting early, and volunteering in this campaign. >> reporter: hillary clinton campaigning yesterday in south florida, broward county, the most heavily concentrated democratic counties in flflorid trying to bank as many votes as possible. she'll be in palm beach county and then later in tampa. that a swing vote area.
now she believes that florida is in hand. she is slightly leading in most polls but donald trump campaigning so aggressively in the state. she hopes to block donald trump from winning them, that would likely keep him from all avenues to the presidency. thanks, jeff. khan will be a presence. the gold star father whose oormy captain son was killed in iraq, he was blasting trump at the democratic national convention. he will take his appeal to the home state of virginia. the former republican, secretary of state, colon powell announcing he is voting for the presidential nominee. he said in parted she has more experience than donald trump and said she has the stamina to lead the country.
>> this wasn't exactly a full throated endorsement. he really said he was voting for her because he doesn't like the other guy. he does say he will vote for her. a new revelation from the wikileaks email harck. they disclosed they dquote wantd to get away with it. she runs a clinton transition team and wrote why didn't they get this stuff out like 18 months ago? so crazy. unbelievable. sticker shock for obama care. huge jump in premiums. hillary clinton would defend and expand obamacare. she supports adding a public option, she would expand out
reach to younger, healthier people. you get the young people in the insured pool. and lower prescription costs and a cap on premiums. that would be a significant break from the current which is almost 10%. as for donald trump, one of the biggest applause lines, "repeal repeal and replace obamacare." and it calls for breaking down state barriers and he wants to make premium payments tax deductible and ease regulations on importing prescription drugs. the white house now trying to deal with it, hill hel nary n saying how she will deal with it. donald trump trying to make it the defining issue of the last two weeks.
with obamacare premiums sky rocketing, donald trump is telling supporters obamacare is over and now it's about blowing up the president's signature health care law. >> reporter: these numbers are surprising. at 22% jump on average overall. states like arizona seeing a 116% increase in premiums. so this is the proof of what they've been criticizing for a long time now. there's still this real question though, because obamacare reduced the rate of health care costs, would not many people be paying more overall if they could afford insurance overall if obamacare didn't exist? still republicans are calling this a disaster, a train wreck. listen to what mike pence said.
>> president obama last week compared obamacare to the samsung galaxy 7 phones that have spontaneously burst into flames. >> what a coincidence, president, because that's exactly what we're going to do to obamacare. we're going to pull this off the market. >> saying the vast majority of people aren't going to feel these premium hikes because they get subsidies and the vast majority are able to find a plan they can afford on obamacare and say the fixes they see for these problems, which in the white house would be a public option, a government insurer to compete with the others and fill in the gaps. congress won't take up and they'd like to see an expansion of medicaid in the states but many republican governors won't do that and in those states rates have gone up even more. >> the final foreign trip of the presidency is booked.
president obama will visit greece, germany and perue' those three countries right next to each other. the visit will be the first in greece and he'll make his sixth trip to germany. leaders from france, germany and the uk will be there to discuss the war against isis. the government still trying to figure out who launched the cyber attack. they say preliminary evidence indicates it was not done by a foreign government. think web cam and dvrs. uses them to bring down major sites like netflix and twitter. your baby monitor, we're going to get you. sheriff joe arpio is accused
of barring -- the 6-term sheriff is up for reelection in maricopa county. his trial set for december. elite iraqi forces less than a mile from mosul. and that comes with a sobering warning from the pentagon. we've got a live report from the front lines in iraq next. why do protein drinks taste chalky? then get worse? introducing protein shots from 5-hour energy. protein shots from 5-hour energy are smooth and tasty, and still deliver 21 grams of protein with 100 calories. they're great for workouts. so great that if you don't get up to fifteen percent more reps,
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new advances in the mosul and they're waiting for reforcements and there's word of isis fighters on the move. michael, what's the latest on the advance? >> reporter: yeah, john, we were talking a couple days ago you'll remember about sunni tribal leaders up west of mosul in isis controlled territory telling us about hundreds of isis fighters and their families leaving mosul headed for raqqa. and witnesses inside mosul telling us that hundreds of isis fighters have been come nothiin the town of mosul wearing suicide belts and carrying white weaponry. these are suicide squads. and we're told they're mostly
foreign fighters come nothing to town prepared to doi for the defense of mosul. we also had word from witnesses that think is else we've discussed that they might move into the old western part of the city where the streets are narrow and the fighting would be more difficult and that aurl so is now happening. there are signs isis fighters are pulling back into the western part of the city where clearly they're going to make a stand and the four main bridges have been mined for explosion. obviously isis has had two years to plan for the defense of mosul and it seems some of those plans are being put into effect pm. >> thanks so much, michael. the u.s. senate stepping into the controversy of national
guard members. and asking the pentagon to seize and desist any efts to repay boenss to thousands of soldiers. the defense department seays may received bonuses they should not have offered. their attempt to claw back the bonuses sparking outrage. catholics can still be cremated but the new rules suggest they should not be scattered or kept in urn. they're concerned it involved erroneous ideas about death. and the indians shutting out the cubs in the first game of the world series. a three-run shot in the eighth that blew the game open. the indian pitchers were masterful, i'm told.
the cubs try to get even tonight in game two. the start hour was moved up because of rain. >> they fell behind 2-0 early and huber was unreal. >> were the problems for the cubs -- >> well, the indians pitching was too strong and they never got started. miller shut them down and the team that wins game one has gone on to win like 60%. >> la, la, la, la. >> it's math. tough talk between joe biden and donald trump. this is very mature in the final weeks of a presidential election. these two peeping, the presidental nominee and the vice president of the united states basically saying they want to beat each other up.
fight club election edition and the vice president wants to take mr. trump behind the tough guy gym. >> trump tries to capitalize on obamacare's sticker shock but his own understand ogof the health care system trips him up. and new hacked wikileaks email show campaign insiderers struggle to address her email controversies. >> a lot to get to. it's 30 minutes past the hour. donald trump seems sure he wants to get down with joe biden. they see rising premiumsads a potent weapon the final fort nite of the campaign, assuming he can get his story straight.
listen to the difference a few hours make thes. >> all of my employees are having a tremendous problem with obamacare. >> we don't even use obamacare, we don't want it and i spend more money on helt coverage but we don't use it. >> and he wants to beat up the vice president who wants to throttle him. here in florida. >> reporter: donald trump wrapped opthrup a three-day sti through the sunshine state and spent most of the day hitting hillary clinton and president obama 23r rising premiums on obamacare. fighting his gut instinct to want to settle any fight with anyone who criticized him. >> did you see where biden wants to take me to the back of the barn? i'd love that.
i'd love that. mr. tough guy. you know. he's mr. tough guy. you know when he's mr. tough guy? when he's standing behind a microphone by himself. he wants to bring me to the back of the barn. oh, some things in life you could love doing. >> reporter: saying he wishes they were both still in high school and he could take donald trump out behind the gym. trump is back on the campaign trail again in north carolina and we'll see what message he brings with him, but first he'll be in washington d.c. for a ribbon cutting for his new hotel. vice president biden is not backing down. he's connecting it to his so-called locker room talk. >> i was a pretty good athlete in high school and played a little in college and people didn't act in the locker room
like he talks about. and you and i both know from the locker room in the school i went to, one of the guys said this is what i'm going to do because i'm the star, i'm the boss and my sister and her girlfriends are there, i would take the guy behind the gym. he's insulting everybody in the neighborhoods i come from and the people who play ball. >> okay. so, would it ever happen now? doubtful. in junior high a definite possibility. adoccording to a video, trump loved to fight in school. >> i was a rebellious kind of person. i don't like to talk about it, cacktually. but i was very set in my ways. i loved to fight. i always loved to fight. >> physical fight snz. >> all kind of fights.
any kind of fight, i loved it, including physical. donald trump is warning that hillary clinton's policies on the syrian conflict would lead to world warrer iii. is he said that it would draw the u.s. into a confrontation with a nuclear armed russia which backs assad. >> we should not be focusing on syria. with her plan kwoul rr end up in world war iii over syria if we listen to hillary clinton. she's incompetent. the clinton campaign and allies are accusing trump of being unreliable and parenting putin's talking points while refusing to lay out his own palestine plan. it hillary clinton trying to strike a delicate balance. she is standing by the ledge
slaecher achievement burt wants to address the sky rocketing premiums. >> well, we're going to make changes to fix problems like that. >> the latest from the campaign trail. >> reporter: good morning. hillary clinton is starting the second day of a two-day swing in fllthral. she's fighting hard for the 29 electoral votes in this state sque trying to stop donald trump from winning them. both were campaigning across the state of florida. >> i think this all started when george washington refused to become a king, right? now, donald trump probably would have collared him a loser. instead, that was one of the most imert portent decisions any president has ever made. eight years, it's time to move on. americans are coming together.
that very moment when donald trump is making an unpres dentsed attack on ourer democ raerks millions of people are registering, voting early and volunteering in this campaign. trrs. >> reporter: hillary clinton campaigning yesterday in south florida. broward county, the most heavily concentrated democratic counties in all of florida. she's trying to dre democrats to the polls flu early voting. she'll be in palm beach and later in tampa. that is a swing vote area. she believes florida is in hand. donald trumpcome paining so aggressively. she does not win to win all the electoral votes but she would like to keep him from any
avenues to the presidency. and conk will be a presence. the gold star father whose army captain son was killed in iraq blasted donald trump at the convention. he'll reach out the muslim community with a visit to mosque this afternoon. hillary clinton picking up another major endorsement, informer republican sec rerty of state, colon powell. he said in part, clinton has more experience than donald trump and said she has the stamina to lead the country. a new revelation, they suggested top clinton aids did nautd disclose her uses of private email servers earlier because quote they wanted to get away with it. she helps run the clinton transition team. with she wrote why didn't they get this stuff out like 18 months ago.
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another measure of corporate america does not show the same thing. the dou jones is about 466 points away. but whennier haeb them try to explain sales and the election is hearding things and you wonder if all this clear leading against the american economy is something hurting consumers. but personally i think if you're worried about the election, you should eat a doughnut. >> but you won't get jelly doughnuts or maybe a doughnut but not burger king. come on? obamacare premiums are set to sore, republicans see that as a potent weapon and now the white house defending the law. [ male announcer ] eligible for medicare?
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exist. so, they're calling this a disaster, a train wreck. >> president obama last week compared obamacare to the samsung galaxy 7 phones that have spontaneously burst into flames. what a coincidence, mr. president boss that's exactly what we're going to do with obamacare. >> the white house has been saying the vast majority of people on obama care aren't growing to feel the premium hikes because they gets subsidies. they also say that the fixes they see for these problems, which would be a public option, a government insurer to compete with the others, congress won't take up and thald rr like to see an expansion of medicaid in the states and in those states,
rates have gone up even more. >> thank you. the federal government still trying to figure out who launched the cyber attack that crippled sites around the world. preliminary evidence indicates it was not done by foreign government. web cams and dvrs. used those to bring down sites like netflix and twitter. michael tail vance may be armed with an a krk 47. and while he was fleeing from police, he posted a video online. >> reporter: john and christine, michael vanls has been on the run for more than two days now. authorities in oklahoma are tight lips about where exactly the search might be taking them but we do know that authorities
suspect -- have accused him of shooting six people, killing dwo of them. all of this started northeast of oklahoma stitty where authorities say he shot and fired at two police officers and after that in one of the more dezar northwests of the story, started making video posts to facebook live explaining this is the real deal. >> and you can see he has been shot and it's blooding. that was found at the murder scene where they say he shot and killed his uncle. >> he was charged with sexual abuse of a child and some bleevl this is retribution. the most pressing situation is the search for meekal vance.
authorities across the state oklahoma continue that desperate search. police in denver are investigating the teth of a fan who fell 60 feet from a stair railing following the bonkos game. 36-year-old jason mnk coy. they said the trag trackinate is being refeed in an effort to maintain saftd proseety procedu. brown admitted physically abusing his former wife. brown was suspended for one game before the domesticing violence allegations became public. he pt the owner acknowledged their believes in judgments and desishzs was misguided. fixing one thing. this one thing in the u.s. economy would give it oo $1.2
all right. new advances in the bat tool recapture mosul. an elite army is on the eastern edge of the saty waiting for reinforcements before going in and there's word of isis fighters on the move. michael holmes is live on the ground near mosul. what can you tell us this -- >> of course we've been saying for some time isis has had mosul for more than two years. plentee of time to prepare a defense. and just a couple of hours
agegewe herd from witnesses insides mosul, most of them foreign fighters have been pouring in to mosul from raqqa wear dg stingtdive uniforms and suicide belts. they're carrying light weapons pm these are apparently suicide squads dispatched to mosul. they will night death. and speculation that isis may pull back from the eastern side of the city to the more denseply packed western old city pack ofmosisal where it's harder to have the urban khan compat. and so what we're hearing is that indeed steams be to happening. inal to the western parshz of the city. and they've been mined with exhoegzives. the plan for that is it oo floi
it up. but not now. and dozen of truck and car bombs have been prepared. along with rocket launchers. preparations to defend mosul well underway, cresteen. frrsz the u.s. senate stepping into the controversy over national startd guard members being told they needed the be this way. they're asking them to cease and it zoois. the defense department says they received bonuses they should not have been offered. and james clapper said the prosose of getting kanye to luke neck to leerrize -- it's their sign to survive.
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so, you fix the jernt bag, boom. do that. "early start" continues right now. fight club election edition, donald trump calls joe biden mr. tough guy and the vice president wants to take trump behind the gym. this is the grown up version of campaign 2016. >> trump tries to capitalize on obamacare's premiums but his own co co contradiction. and heres ara hint, a features the voice of an oscar award winner. hello everyone. welcome to "early start." >> it is 5:00 a.m. in the east. this morning on the don seems
sure he wants to throw down with joe biden but less sure whether his own emplooios getting heltsz insurance pm assuming he can get his stories straight which is a problem so >> all of my employees are having a tremendous problem with obamacare. >> we don't even use obamacare. we don't want it. the people don't want it. and i spend more money on health coverage, but we don't use it. >> so all of his employees are having trouble with obamacare or he's not using obamacare. none of his employees have obamacare. also, he apparently wants to beat up the vice president who also wants to throttle him. cnn's sarah murray is in florida. >> reporter: good morning, john and christine. donald trump wrapped up a three day sprint through the sunshine state last night and hepe