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drastic move which could bring transgender out of existence. under federal law. good morning. welcome to "early start." i'm dave briggs. it feels like monday. >> it is. i'm christine romans. it is october 22nd. 5:00 a.m. in the east. let's get started. attempts by saudi arabia to distance crown prince muhammad bin salman from the killing of the journalist jamal khashoggi have failed to quiet the international uproar. a series of inconsistent stories to explain what happened to "the washington post" journalist is fueling skepticism around the globe. on friday, the saudis admitted khashoggi was killed at the consulate accidentally after the confrontation escalate into a brawl. >> the saudi foreign minister telling fox news that the khashoggi death was a mistake, but a result of the unsanctioned operation. >> the crown prince has denied
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this. the crown prince is not aware of this. even the senior leadership of intelligence service was not aware of this. this was a rogue operation. this was an operation where individuals ended up exceeding the authorities and responsibilities they had. they made the mistake when they killed jamal khashoggi in the consulate and they tried to cover up for it. >> the foreign minister says the kingdom is determined to punish those responsible for khashoggi's murder. we have international diplomatic editor nic robertson with the latest from the consulate in istanbul. it appears recep tayyip erdogan is promising to reveal the truth. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. a matter of honor, dave. that is how erdogan's spokesman describes it. he is expected to speak on tuesday. he says they will push forward the investigation. there is a feeling on the turkish side they are not getting full cooperation from the saudi officials. what the crown prince is saying
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is not holding up and only a partial issue of what happened here. the reason they would believe this is because the foreign minister talks in part about good cooperation. saudi officials coming to cooperate with the turkish officials. one issue is where is the body of jamal khashoggi. the saudi spokesperson says the body was handed over to a collaborator. for turkish officials, that would seem to indicate the saudis have more information and at the moment, the trail of trying to find khashoggi's body seems to be running cold. searching woods and farms and unable to find him. they are questioning 28 people from the saudi consulate so far today. this is coming from inside saudi arabia. the king and crown prince called khashoggi's family to offer
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condolences. according to the saudi press agency, he thanked him. one would expect those sorts of statements that we are hearing from the saudi press agency. he thanked them. one would expect that. dave. >> 20 days and this shifting explanation. nic robertson, thank you. president trump speaking out against the saudi's shifting explanation for khashoggi's fate. saying in the interview with "the washington post" saying there is deception and lies. the president defended saudi arabia as an ally. he clung to the issue that the crown prince did not order the an assassination. he praised the crown prince with good control of the country. >> on capitol hill, lawmakers expressed deep skepticism. it called for severe repercussions. including several senators typically in the president's corner. >> i think the cover stories from the saudis is a mess. you don't bring a bone saw to a fist fight to a consulate in
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turkey. the saudis have said a bunch of crap which is not accurate or true. >> they lost all credibility as it relates to explaining what happened. i can understand the president wanting to keep open channels, but those of us who want to speak directly, knows it is not credible. >> if the crown prince loved his country, he would not put the country in this position. if he truly respected the relationship with the united states and saudi arabia, he would not have thought of this. i want to work with the president. we have to send the right message. others who would do this, i don't want to give them the green light. >> adding to the chorus is the editorial board of "the wall street journal" weighing in. the u.s. officials above all can't appear to be complicit in the whitewash. americans understand that the united states has interests in the middle east that requiring
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working with rulers which are brutal. that should not extend to denying actions that offend our values when they occur. and 15 days and counting to the midterms. the president has up to 15 planned campaign stops just in october. this week alone he is in texas tonight for senator ted cruz. in wisconsin on wednesday and north carolina on friday and in illinois on saturday. the president will have something new to crow about on nbc/wall street journal poll shows his approval rating is at a new high. two points under his disapproval within the margin of error. >> still by a nine-point margin, voters would prefer the democrats control congress. over the weekend, president trump was in nevada where he seized on the migrant caravan in central america and pushed a jobs, not mobs message attacking democrats. countering trump in nevada is president obama campaigning for jackie rosen and steve cisilak. running for senate and governor.
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joe biden in florida today campaigning for bill nelson and andrew gillum. gillum and his republican opponent ron desantis sparring over the debate. one issue is the climate change. as well as the environment. gillum returned fire over the climate change skepticism. the tallahassee mayor tried to tie desantis to donald trump. >> donald trump is weak. he performs as weak people do. they become bullies. mr. desantis is trying out to be the trump apprentice. >> he is forced to address accusations he is using race against him. desantis warned in a fox news interview not to monkey this up. he strongly denied that comment was about race. >> you look at my record whether it is in the military and we're down range in iraq, it did not matter your race.
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we all wore the same uniform. we all have the american flag patch on our arm. that was end of story. >> the latest cnn poll has gillum ahead of desantis by 12 points among likely voters. trump administration considering its most drastic move yet to roll back protections for transgender people. "the new york times" reporting that the department of health and human services pushing an effort to define gender as a biological condition at birth. it would define transgender out of existence. under federal law. >> hhs wants a uniform definition under title ix. the civil rights law banning gender discrimination. the definition is quote grounded in science. the obama administration angered conservatives by widening the definition in federal programs prompting fights over bathrooms and dorms and human rights
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campaigns slamming the proposal calling it a destructive precedent. top military brass were in much bigger danger than first thought. the american general who oversees the nato mission in southern afghanistan wounded in the thursday attack in kandahar province. a nato spokesperson says brigadier general smiley is still in charge of the command. two officials, including the kandahar police chief, were killed in the attack. general scott miller drew his weapon during the attack, but did not fire. president trump says he has a new plan to help in the midterms. tax cuts. president told reporters on saturday the tax cuts are aimed at the middle class. >> we are looking at putting in a very major tax cut for middle income people. if we do that, it will be prior
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is throwing out? national security advisor john bolton landing in moscow days after the u.s. decides to pull out of the treaty with russia. we have fred pleitgen with the latest in russia next. goin' up the country. love mom and dad' i'm takin' a nap. dude, you just woke up! ♪ ♪ i'm goin' up the country, baby don't you wanna go? ♪ ♪ i'm goin' up the country, baby don't you wanna go? ♪ geico motorcycle, great rates for great rides. we're gonna replace candy with some healthy halloween treats today. these are called veggie fruit chews tastes like poopy piñata! i threw up. i want candy!
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mikolas. he will meet later with sergei lavrov. we have not confirmed if he will meet with vladimir putin. the russians are saying the meeting is in the works, but it hasn't been confirmed yet. the national security adviser wants to know if the u.s. is pulling out which is final or if there is wiggle room to renegotiate. the treaty of the nuclear forces from 1987 got rid of 2,700 nuclear weapons in europe and soviet union as well. the u.s. is accusing russia of violating the treaty. the russians say there is no evidence of weapons being deployed. the russians are blaming the u.s. for violating the treaty. another interesting thing is the chinese have commented on this.
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criticizing the u.s. for leaving the treaty. the trump administration says aside from the fact they believe the russians are violating the treaty, they believe it puts the u.s. at disadvantage toward china which is not part of the treaty and could develop any weapons it wants. christine. >> thanks, fred pleitgen in moscow. we'll talk sports ahead. the kansas city chiefs keep on rolling led by the star quarterback patrick mahomes. that young man, coy wire, has more in the bleacher report next. cal: we saved our money and now, we get to spend it - our way.
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dozens of clemson university students are lucky to be alive after the floor gives way at a campus homecoming party this weekend. wow. police say 30 people were injured saturday night when the floor collapsed and the party goers plummeted in the basement. first responders were there within minutes. no one suffered life threatening injuries. mostly broken bones. police are investigating what happened. a manhunt under way for the suspect in the killing of a georgia police officer. police say 18-year-old tafaree maynard is at large and charged with assault and murder in the shooting death of officer antwan toney. he was answering a call us -- suspicious vehicle.
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a second suspect has been charged with assault. the new york police department pulling thousands of body cams from service after one explodes. the department says an officer noticed smoke rising from the body cam on saturday. shortly after he yanked the camera off, it exploded. no one was injured. about 20% of the nypd's 15,000 body cams are the vievu model. cnn reached out to the parent company axon for comment. and let's talk sports. patrick mahomes with the scorching start. let's go to coy wire with the latest. november 19th, chiefs and undefeated rams, undefeated right now. that will be monday night entertainment. >> the chiefs loss came to the patriots. that was a narrow loss. mahomes has thrown 22
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touchdowns. more than any quarterback in nfl history in the first eight games. two to carreem hunt. spinning away from bengals and another houdini. one of the many weapons that young patrick mahomes has around him. the latest rising star. hitting harris for one of his three touchdowns in the first half alone. the bills, think about this, thrown three touchdowns all season. chiefs romp the bengals 45-10. emotions running high. eric reid continues to kneel during the anthem in solidarity to colin kaepernick. players coalition partnered with the league raising nearly $100 million for combating social inequality. reid with strong words after the
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game for jenkins. >> malcolm compromised on the situation. it is cowardly. he sold us out. >> i'm not going to get up here and say anything negative about that man. i respect him. i'm glad he has a job and back in the league. i'll lieave it at that. and baker mayfield thinking the team cannot lose in overtime. not again. and catanzaro's 59 yard line field goal was good. mayfield's expression was priceless. and lebron venting his frustration. kicker has been missing from 15 to 20 with nobody on the field. of course, he makes it from 59 yards out versus the browns.
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come on. the nba suspended rondo and chris paul. this overshadowed the lebron james home debut. ingram suspended for four games as you see he comes in late in the melee. not a good look for the nba. the browns just can't get right, dave. >> four overtime games this year. just heartbreak for them. they are appearing to really turn a corner. some optimism. >> as are christine's bears who lost a narrow one to the patriots. >> should have beaten the patriots, by the way. if it wasn't for special teams. romans, that was a tough one for you. the bears are certainly looking up. >> everybody was wearing trubisky jerseys in my house.
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country, he would not put the country in this position. >> the cover story from the saudi arabia government. the president calling out saudi's deception. riyadh maintaining the crown prince is not involved. a big last minute push for both parties ahead of the midterms. the president and former president and joe biden and others on the campaign trail today. the white house considers a drastic move which could bring transgender out of existence. under federal law. good morning. welcome back to "early start." i'm christine romans. >> i'm dave briggs. 5:31 eastern time. congress is united on one thing. the saudis are lying and need to be punished. what will they do? we will discuss that with julian zelizer in a moment. but first, the distancing of the issue over the killing of journalist jamal khashoggi. a series of inconsistent stories
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is fueling skepticism around the globe. on friday, the saudis admitted khashoggi was killed at the consulate accidentally after the confrontation escalate into a brawl. >> the saudi foreign minister telling fox news that the khashoggi death was a mistake, but a result of the unsanctioned operation. >> the crown prince has denied this. the crown prince has no knowledge of this. even the senior leadership of intelligence service was not aware of this. this was a rogue operation. this was an operation where individuals ended up exceeding the authorities and responsibilities they had. they made the mistake when they killed jamal khashoggi in the consulate and they tried to cover up for it. >> the foreign minister says the kingdom is determined to punish those responsible for khashoggi's murder. we have international diplomatic editor nic robertson with the latest from the saudi consulate in istanbul. nic, the president is convinced that crown prince muhammad bin
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salman is not involved. it seems both stories cannot be true? >> reporter: they seem to be mutually exclusive. from their perspective, there is inconsistency from what the foreign minister talked about. talking about when the saudis decided to launch the investigation and the close cooperation with the turkish investigators. the folks on the ground say that hasn n'n't played out that way. when they got into the consulate, they found the players they investigated were painted over. the saudi foreign minister says they don't know where jamal khashoggi's body is, but a senior saudi source says the body was handed to a collaborator. from the turkish perspective implies the saudis would have information, more or better information, to help them locate jamal khashoggi's body. at the moment, the trail here in
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turkey is going cold. turkish authorities today, the prosecutor questioning 28 members of staff from the consulate to get more details from them about what happened. we also understand the king and the crown prince in saudi arabia have called jamal khashoggi's son to express condolences. that doesn't lead to a better understanding about where jamal khashoggi's body is and that is something key to his family and key to turkish investigators. they may give us information of how he died and how the saudi team came to turkey which included a top forensic expert from turkey. >> on october 13th, the crown prince said there is nothing hide. and the new excuses and cover stories? it continues. nic, thank you. >> recep tayyip erdogan has the
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truth. will he reveal it. president trump speaking out against the sauwe saudis changi story. saying in the interview with "the washington post." obviously there is deception and lies. the president defended saudi arabia as an ally. he clung to the issue that the crown prince did not order the an assassination. he praised the crown prince with good control of the country. >> the explanation of the saudis is less warm on capitol hill. it called for severe repercussions. >> i think the cover stories from the saudis is a mess. you don't bring a bone saw to a fist fight to a consulate in turkey. the saudis have said a bunch of crap which is not accurate or true. >> they lost all credibility as it relates to explaining what happened. i can understand the president wanting to keep open channels, but those of us who want to speak directly, knows it is not credible. >> if the crown prince loved his country, he would not put the
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country in this position. if he truly respected the relationship with the united states and saudi arabia, he would not have thought of this. i want to work with the president. we have to send the right message. others who would do this, i don't want to give them the green light. >> we could add a parade of democrats to that. including dick durbin and adam schiff. we now have julian zelizer with us. the congress is together for the first time. they say the saudis should be punished. will they? >> it is not clear to me. the three republicans you showed all have kicked and screamed before, but they don't do anything to push back against the president. you have to remember this outrage is pushing against a long relationship that has
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outlasted the contentious moments. i'm not convinced there will be serious sanctions at this point. >> considering the one thing to focus on is the global magnisky act. lindsey graham talked about it, but will they hold on until the midterms? >> and the midterms. two weeks now. the president and former president and former vice president campaigning. this is after the "wall street journal" poll found the president's approval rating is 47%. >> it is a good number. even if it is exaggerated, certainly support is not falling. in the last month or few weeks. it has stabilized. >> what is working for him? mobs and jobs? he found a tag line that works? >> it is partisanship. he understands it is a polarized
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help the democrats as much as they hoped. although it might signal trump's support is softening for 2020. in the long-term support that is important. in 2010, republicans did well in state elections. that set them up to control redistricting. those are important races although in the next few years it may not be on people's radars. >> what about the message about mobs and jobs? the president's new tag line you will hear as the president talking about caravans. >> and kavanaugh. >> he falsely claims the democrats are paying criminals to caravan to the u.s. border. what about the democratic message? i heard health care. they don't seem to have it honed precisely as the president has. >> i think that's true. i certainly think not trump was the key message. that is not insignificant. it is a turnout battle. that helps to make sure the democrats come out for a vote.
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i do think they have struggled. he has in classic trump fashion captured the message in a few words. the economy and partisanship. period. end of story. i don't think the democrats have the same clarity. it is unclear they need it. he is the clarity. >> the "wall street journal" poll show women have a 25-point margin. how significant might that be? >> the gender gap exploded. it would be significant if that turns into votes. that is what midterms are about. all of the polls are irrelevant if on election day that doesn't turn into a ballot. get people to vote. both parties are fighting. >> turnout is everything. julian, thank you. good to see you. the trump administration considering its most drastic move yet to roll back
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national security adviser john bolton in moscow set to meet with russian foreign minister sergei lavrov today. this follows the president's announcement he is pulling out of the treaty with russia. fred pleitgen is live for us in moscow with what this all means. fed, good morning. >> reporter: certainly a very important visit, dave , by the security adviser.
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the russians are meeting with vladimir putin and they want to discuss the u.s. wanting to leave the treaty on nuclear forces. the russians want from john bolton is an explanation whether or not the comments that president trump made that the u.s. wants to leave the treaty. if that is final or if there is wiggle room to save the treaty. as we speak, john bolton is in the meeting with his counterpart. that is the main meat and potatoes meeting to discuss the range of issues. that is very important as well. the treaty signed in 1987. it got rid of 2,700 nuclear weapons in europe and in russia as well. the u.s. has been accusing russia of violating the treaty over the last couple years. the russians reject that. they continue to reject it. they say there is no evidence that is happening.
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they accuse the u.s. of breaching the treaty for working on the missile defense system which the u.s. has wanted to deploy a long time. the chinese have commented on this, which is interesting, dave. he feels it puts the u.s. at disadvantage toward a resurgent china which can develop any weapons it wants because it is not part of the treaty. china rejecting that and criticizing the united states. >> round and round with we go. fred, thank you. a check of cnn business. the lottery jackpot in uncharted territory. more than $2 billion up for grabs. from two potential lottery wins. megamillions with $1.6 billion jackpot. the drawing is on tuesday. with no winner saturday, power ball is $620 million. that next drawing is wednesday.
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officer antwan tone yerky. he was answering a call of suspicious vehicle. the officer was approaching the car and the shots fired from the car. the officials think four people were inside the car. a second suspect has been charged with assault. former nfl star rae carruth due to be released from the north carolina prison today. the one time carolina panthers was found guilty of murder of his girlfriend and unborn child nearby 20 years ago -- nearly 20 years ago. doctors performed an emergency c-section to save the baby. the baby was born with cerebral palsy. he is now 18 years old and cared
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for by his grandmother. carruth expressed interest in a relationship with their son. julia louis-dreyfus was celebrated last night receiving the mark twain prize for humor. the actress best known for "seinfeld" and "veep" battled breast cancer this year. she offered this message for anyone facing the disease. >> power through. keep fighting. one step at a time. for true. think about it in a weird way in baby steps. what is the next hurdle. that is what i would encourage anybody in the middle of it. keep focused. >> during the awards, she said cancer is not funny, but dealing with it is finding the funny moments. the show airs on november 19th on pbs. love her. >> breast cancer awareness
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month. she is selling a t-shirt. thanks for joining us. i'm christine romans. >> i'm dave briggs. this is cnn breaking news. this is "new day," monday october 22nd, 6:00 here in new york. a jaw-dropping exclusive on the murder of washington post journalist, jamal khashoggi. new footage that is flat out shocking. the saudi explanation that khashoggi's death is from a fight. this new footage, which you will see in just a mow many, shows the incredible extent to which

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