tv Early Start with Christine Romans and Dave Briggs CNN November 20, 2018 2:00am-2:59am PST
the social media sites. "early start" continues right now. breaking overnight. a federal judge blocks the asylum claims from the president. don't expect any lock her up chants. ivanka trump used private e-mail hundreds of times to conduct business from the white house last year. three people, including a police officer, gunned down in a chicago hospital. the gunman knew one of the victims. and the founder of the women's march wants the movement's co-chairs to step down. she says she allowed bigotry into the mission. ties to louis farrakhan. we will have the latest on the california of wildfires. good morning. welcome to "early start." i'm dave briggs. >> i'm christine romans. it is tuesday, november 20th. 5:00 a.m. in the east.
breaking overnight. a federal judge in california handing president trump a defeat in the effort to block asylum claims by those who cross the mexican/u.s. border. the temporary retraining order says the president may not rewrite immigration law to impose conditions forbidden by congress. >> in the order, the judge john teger writes, asylum seekers are at increased risk of violence at the border and many deprived meritorious asylum claims. the government offers nothing to support the claim. immigration advocates argue it is illegal to block asylum claims based on how an immigrant entered the country. the judge's order is in force until the next hearing set for december 19th. in a twilight that is -- in a twist that is ironic to say the least. ivanka trump sent hundreds of
e-mails through a private e-mail account. this is based on a non-partisan watch dog group. american oversight. e-mails show mrs. trump used her personal account to e-mail cabinet officials and white house aides for much of 2017. >> the president used hillary clinton's e-mail use as part of the campaign. remember this? >> she deleted the e-mails. she has to go to jail. >> people familiar with the matter tell "the washington post," they conducted an investigation into the voiivank trump use and it violated laws over white house communications. >> the white house had no comment, but the spokesperson for her lawyer said she was briefed on the rules and he
stressed this was different use from secretary clinton. >> he said she did not provide a private serve in her house or office. the account was never transferred or housed at the trump organization. the spokesperson said ivanka trump handed over her e-mails months ago to be stored with other white house records. the president is expected to receive a full report on the murder of jamal khashoggi. he has been reluctant to implicate crown prince mohammed bin salman although the cia concluded he had ordered the operation. foreign senate relations committee chairman bob corker says congress will respond with additional pressure on saudi arabia if the trump administration fails to name the crown prince in sanctions. how are the saudis reacting? we have jomana karadsheh with more from istanbul. jomana.
>> reporter: good morning, dave. when it comes to defending the crown prince and the killing of jamal khashoggi, it seems saudi officials are standing their ground. in an interview with the saudi newspaper, he has seen reports of the cia conclusion that the crown prince ordered the killing of jamal khashoggi. he says from what he can see this is based on assessment and this is not conclusive evidence. he calls these reports unfounded and says that we in the kingdom categorically reject them. whether it is leaks or otherwise. he went on to say that the reason saudi arabia is carrying out an investigation is not because of the international community and pressure on the saudis. he says they are doing so because this is a saudi citizen and that is why they are investigating his killing and going on to say the crown prince and the king are a red line. they will not allow anyone to
undermine or harm them. then in what seems to be a sign of the kingdom's readiness to move on and try to put this crisis behind them, reports that the crown prince will be taking part in the g20 summit in argentina at the end of the month. perhaps sending a message that it is business as usual in the kingdom. dave. >> that would make for interesting dynamics. jomana karadsheh live for us in istanbul. thank you. president trump is telling advisers he may visit troops in the combat zone for the first time in his presidency. that according to "the washington post." the president has not made a visit to iraq or afghanistan. >> the president faced criticism for failing to visit american service members in iraq and afghanistan. current aides say the president doesn't want to associate himself with wars he views as failures. "the post" cites the long flights and security risks as the reason he has avoided them. the president is afraid people want to kill him. >> the president has cast
himself as a champion of the military. but standing by the claim that the u.s. should have found osama bin laden sooner. he is actually blaming the very people who did find him for not doing it earlier. his attack on retired navy admiral, william mcraven, which is not sitting well with leon panetta. >> we all enjoy free speech. that is what our democracy is all about. it doesn't mean the president ought to attack former heroes in a personal way. people like john mccain and now bill mcraven. frankly, it undermines any relationship he will have with the military as commander in chief. >> republican national committee is backing the president's claim that admiral mcraven was a hillary backer. tweeting it is worth noting that mcraven was on hillary clinton's short list for vice president in 2016. he was on a list mentioned in an e-mail.
that e-mail hacked by russia and made publicly wikileaks. sglp -- >> didn't the trump team consider him? >> yes. >> it shows how well regarded he is. >> widely respected. the department of justice under fire for failing to turnover disclosures for matthew whitake whitaker. regulations require that the doj to make the disclosures public. the department not commenting. on monday, through senators filed a lawsuit claiming it is unconstitutional because he has not faced senate confirmation. stocks dragged down after reports of trouble at apple and facebook. dow closed down 1.6%. the nasdaq down 1.6%. the s&p lower. google closed in bear market territory for the first time in
six years. it ended monday down 20% off its all-time high from july. it wasn't the only tech company that plunged. look at the f.a.n.g. stocks. facebook, apple, netflix and google. facebook is dealing with fallout from its inability to be able to h harness russian interference. you remember the "new york times" it hired a hit firm to write reports. and sales force ceo had this metaphor for facebook and tobacco. >> facebook is the new cigarettes. it is addictive. people trying to get you to use it that you don't understand what's going on. the government needs to step in. >> isn't that interesting metaphor? overall, the best conditions for
companies in the economy is right now and will start to peter out next year. if the drivers of so much of the gains of the last couple years were those outside tech stocks and they will have trouble, what will lead the market? >> regulation. >> they have to spend more money. three people, including a police officer killed by a gunman at mercy hospital in chicago. a doctor and pharmaceutical assistant were also killed. the police say the gunman approached the doctor in the hospital parking lot and shot her. police responded and followed the suspect in the hospital where shots were exchanged. officer jimenez, a father of three, was killed. he joined the police force last year. >> those officers that responded today saved a lot of lives because this guy was just shooting -- that poor woman that got off the elevator. had nothing to do with nothing.
he shot her. why? there's no doubt in my mind that all of the officers were heroes and they saved a lot of lives because we just don't know how much damage he was pre-paupared do. >> the police say the gunman is dead. not clear if he was killed by police or self inflicted gunshot wound. coming up, the unaccounted for in the camp fire is still nearly 700. and the rain they so desperately need could actually be a concern. we'll tell you why.
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>> smoke from the blaze causes delays and cancellations to the san francisco international airport because of unhealthy air conditions. two men have been charged with burglarizing a local fire department. cnn's nick watt in chico, california. >> reporter: dave and christine, we have seen thousands looking for help and looking for the first step in rebuilding their lives. this used to be an abandoned department store. now it is fema's one stop shop. so people can meet about aid or low-cost loan to rebuild if and when that time comes. also you can get your birth certificate. marriage license or property deeds. the fire itself is still burning. 5,000 firefighters out there.
mainly just spot fires. that fire is expected to carry on until the end of the month. that is another ten days. the real focus now here in northern california is to try and get these people on the road to recovery. that's what this center is all about. nearly 12,000 homes have been destroyed in this blaze. the need and hurt is frankly unimaginable. christine and dave. back to you. >> nick, thank you. first fire, now rain. a series of storms forecast to hit california into the holiday weekend. the national weather service issued a flash flood watch for the camp fire area. from november 21st to the 23rd. that means the threat of mudslides and debris flows which could affect the sites, including the butte county fairgrounds. >> it has been rough. >> indoor shelter is available,
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9-1 rams hosting the 9-1 chiefs. the highest scoring game in monday night history. jared goff calling it four quarters of craziness. four lead changes in the fourth quarter alone. with under two minutes to go. goff finds gerald everett. the chiefs had one more chance to come back in in one and patrick mahomes throws an interception. the rams win 54-51 in the third highest scoring game in nfl history. >> it was a whirlwind. i feel like i might need a couple beverages to relax tonight. it was great. this is what you love about this game. >> it was electric. it is hard to describe.
i'm still in game mode right now. i haven't come down yet. it hasn't sunk in yet. >> here are the records. first time of both teams scored more than 50 points in a game. the chiefs the first team to score more than 50 points and lose an nfl game. patrick mahomes with six touchdowns and five turnovers. there are 14 touchdowns in the game. the bills have 13 touchdowns this season. the game was supposed to be played in mexico city, but moved due to poor field conditions. the game in l.a. was perfect timing. rams gave away thousands of tickets to first responders. many were on the field before the game for the national anthem. the rams also wore l.a. fire department hats before the game. after the game, jared goff and andrew whitworth met with
families of the thousand oaks shooting. >> good to get with fans before the game. a lot of stuff has been going on the last couple weeks. hopefully we can provide some joy and normalcy in the last few hours. a lot of fun for people hopefully and get their minds off anything they're dealing with. >> cool, dave, the rams are lifting up that community. they have a bye. they need it after that game. >> saints may have something to say about it. if they meet in atlanta, i'm all-in. that would be outstanding. andy scholes, thank you. romans. thank you, dave. the federal judge blocks the white house from restricting asylum claims from border crossers. and height of hypocrisy. ivanka trump used private e-mail to conduct white house business.
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and breaking overnight. a federal judge blocks the white house from restricting asylum claims from people who cross the border illegally. don't expect any lock her up chants. ivanka trump used private e-mail hundreds of times to conduct business from the white house last year. three people, including a police officer, gunned down in a chicago hospital. the gunman knew one of the victims. and the founder of the women's march wants the movement's co-chairs out. she says she allowed bigotry into the mission. citing ties to louis farrakhan. >> i'm dave briggs. looking for your take on the f.a.n.g. stocks. >> i'm christine romans. >> overnight, a federal judge giving president trump a defeat.
the temporary retraining order says the president may not rewrite immigration law to impose conditions forbidden by congress. >> in the order, the judge john teger writes, asylum seekers are at increased risk of violence at the border and many deprived meritorious asylum claims. immigration advocates argue it is illegal to block asylum claims based on how an immigrant entered the country. the judge's order is in force until the next hearing set for december 19th. in a twist which is ironic to say the least. the height of hypocrisy. ivanka trump sending government e-mails through a personal account. the watch dog group shows ivanka used her personal account to e-mail white house assistance
for months. >> she used her e-mail as a -- the president used hillary clinton's personal e-mail for months. >> look at her e-mails. it put the entire national security at risk. >> people familiar with the matter say the white house conducted an investigation into ivanka trump's usage. many were sent in violation of federal records laws which require preservation of all white house communications. >> the white house had no comment, but a spokesperson for ivanka's lawyer knowledged she used private e-mail before being briefed on the rules. didn't know the rule rules. stressed the e-mails were different from hillary clinton. >> she said no classified information was transmitted. the spokesperson said ivanka trump handed over government
related he hae-mails months agoe stored with other white house records. joining us here is congressional correspondent david drucker. are these apple and oranges or the administration of do as i say and not as i do. >> hillary clinton was secretary of state. she was trafficking in the sensitive secrets. national security secrets. she purposely created a server in her home. one could argue for the purpose of keeping this stuff secret and out of government hands. it undermined the biggest selling point for her candidacy. she was the most trained and ready to be president. i think that is a little bit different than the first daughter, i guess we call ivanka trump. >> who is an adviser to the president. senior adviser. >> i said it was a little bit different. >> okay. >> and the first daughter using her private e-mail account.
>> she did quote the great yogi berra. >> mistakes were made. i have dealt with press officials at the white house who were smart enough to tell me when i contacted them on their personal e-mail accounts. i work at the white house now. i can only talk to you via my official white house account. it is not hard to do. this is something everybody knows. the fact this mistake was made, i think, suggests that possibly she didn't really think it through or maybe she didn't care. i'm not saying that this wasn't a problem. i'm not saying that foreign powers didn't get a hold of the e-mails and look at them. especially adversaries. if you asked apples and oranges. i would say we're in a fruit basket. it is all in the same category. one is a little bit rougher than the other. i'm not going to begrunge
democrats chanting lock her up. the president was aware of the sensitivity of this and you think it may have been communicated to his senior staff which she is a member. >> it is tough to acknowledge she did not know the rules given the chant and continued as recently as october. >> either she didn't know the rules -- she knew the rules and skirted them or incompetent. you can't have it both ways. take your pick. the fact if it is true the e-mails were given to the government, the government has possession of them. no records laws skirted or secrets kept. you can say nothing was actually deleted or lost. you can also say, again, we're in the fruit basket here, one is worse than the other. the criticism is fair. the points you are raising is fair considering what republicans had to say about hillary clinton's e-mail problem. the question might be what will the new house democratic
majorim majority want to do? will they say we thought hillary clinton's e-mail problem was overblown or this is a problem and turnabout is fair play. we will investigate it. we want to see the e-mails. >> that depends on who leads them. who will lead them? 16 as they say, rebel democrats, coming up to stop her leadership. >> how serious is the revolt? >> i would say the revolt is real. what people have to understand is nancy pelosi has been on top for 14 years. i don't care how rosy the circumstance is. pelosi is working very hard to lockdown votes. that is not some fake effort there. this is real. however, because they won such a sweeping majority of nearly 40 seats, i don't think there are enough rebels to block her on the floor even if they all vote no on the floor. i think pelosi would like to
satisfy and reduce the number of no votes so it is less embarrassing. pelosi, i think, will get through this. two years from now, i'm not so sure if they hold majority. as we saw with john boehner and the republicans, members get restless. grassroots don't vote for speakers. if there is enough anxiety out there, it can impact members. pelosi can get this done. if democrats want her gone, somebody has to step up and raise money and affect legislation and create the power base that can rival her and actually take her out. nobody has done the work. there's a lot of complaining. >> no one is running to take her spot. >> you don't -- >> the not nancy. >> you don't take her out without doing the work. they need somebody to do the work. that is the key. who tries to create the power base? >> david drucker, thank you. president trump telling
advisers he may visit troops in the combat zone for the first time in his presidency. that according to "the washington post." the president has not made a visit to iraq or afghanistan. >> the president doesn't want to associate himself with wars he views as failures. he cites the long flights and security risks. a senior official says the president believes people want to kill him. the president has often cast himself as a champion of the military, but standing by the claim that the u.s. should have found osama bin laden sooner. he is actually blaming the very people who did find him for not doing it earlier. his attack on retired navy admiral, william mcraven, which is not sitting well with leon panetta. >> we all enjoy free speech. that is what our democracy is all about. it doesn't mean the president ought to attack former heroes in a personal way. people like john mccain and now
bill mcraven. frankly, it undermines any relationship he will have with the military as commander in chief. >> republican national committee is backing the president's claim that admiral mcraven was a hillary backer. tweeting it is worth noting that mcraven was on hillary clinton's short list for vice president in 2016. he was on a list mentioned in an e-mail. that e-mail hacked by russia and made publicly wikileaks. also he was considered for a job in the trump administration too. three people, including a police officer, killed by a gunman at mercy hospital in chicago. a doctor and a pharmaceutical assistant were also killed. police say the gunman approached one in the hospital parking lot and shot her. the two had been in a relationship. police responded and followed the suspect in the hospital.
officer jimenez was also killed. he joined the force just last year. >> those officers that responded today saved a lot of lives because this guy was just shooting -- that poor woman that got off the elevator. had nothing to do with nothing. he shot her. why? no doubt those officers were heroes and saved a lot of lives. we don't know how much damage he was prepared to do. >> police say the gunman is dead. not sure if he was killed by police or a self inflicted gunshot. the number of unaccounted for in the camp fire now drops to under 700. now the issue of uncharted weather for the disaster area. the awesome ipr, on us!
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reports. cnn has been unable to reach ghosn for comment on the allegations. no public remarks for him. victoria's secret ceo resigned as the company faces competition from competition and online stores. you know the fashion show is iconic. sales are struggling. last quarter, sales dropped 6% at stores which have been open for a year. the victoria's secret 1,000 stores are tied to struggling malls. last year, sales in north america fell 8%. instagram, the latest to crackdown on fake likes and comments. instagram said it started removing inn authentic likes and other comments that use third party apps that falsely popularity. please, i beg you, the move comes as social media sites including instagram's parent
company, facebook, faced criticism over trolls and fake news on the platforms. instagram built a machine learning tool to detect and remove fake popularity boosting accounts. it's not real? for the latest on the california wildfires, the number of people los angelisted as una for is dropping from 1,000, but still 699 unaccounted for. remains of two more victims discovered monday raising the camp fire death toll to 79. >> smoke from the blaze is causing delays and cancellations at san francisco international airport because of unhealthy air conditions and reduced visibility. the butte county sheriff's office says these two men were charged with burglarizing a local fire department while firefighters were battling the flames. cnn's nick watt is in chico,
california. >> reporter: christine and dave, we have seen hundreds, if not thousands of people pouring through the fema relief center looking for help and looking for the first step to rebuild their lives. this used to be an old abandoned department store. now it is fema's one stop shop so people can meet with agents about aid and trying to get a low-cost loan to rebuild if and when that time comes. also, you can get your birth certificate if that burned in the fire. marriage license. property deeds. all of that stuff is taken care of here. now, the actual fire itself is still burning. 5,000 firefighters out there. mainly just spot fires, but that fire is expected to carry on until the end of the month. that is actually another ten days. the real focus now here in northern california is to try and get these people on the road to recovery. that is what this center is all
about. nearly 12,000 homes have been destroyed in this blaze. the need and the hurt is frankly unimaginable. christine and dave. back to you. >> nick watt, thank you. first fire and rain. series of storms forecast to hit california into the holiday weekend. national weather service has issued a flash flood watch for the camp fire area. here is meteorologist ivan cabrera. >> good morning. you think rain would be good for california. it is for the draught. where we have the burn scars, it will bring the potential for mudslides. we have two systems bringing significant rain. the first on wednesday. already tomorrow raining and heavily at times. we get a break through thursday, but thursday night and into friday, we have yet another one with more rain. by the time all is said and done, we could look at 4 to 6 inches over the burn area. again, good for the fires, but the problem is the mudslide threat will increase as we head
through the next several days. out east, we have a weak system, but enough to issue winter weather advisories with the purple color there. it stays to the northwest of boston. you get to new hampshire and maine and you see 2 to 4 inches. that is happening today and tonight. we clear this out and in the wake of it we have the coldest air mass of the season. these are windchills because the winds are gusty. by the time we get to new york, single digit windchills for thursday and into black friday. bundle up. guys. >> all right. i was not expecting that. thank you. all right. maybe your worst fear. elevator descending 84 stories quickly when two cables snapped. how they got them out next.
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