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i'm dave briggs. >> i'm christine romans. the big cliff hanger in washington. did paul manafort lie to robert mueller? if he did, why? some say the former trump campaign chairman lied more than a year. the questions swirled around manafort for more than a year. >> for example, what is the full story on the meeting with russians at the trump tower as acclaimed to have information -- as he claimed to have information about hillary clinton. we may never hear manafort testify about any of it. cnn's jessica schneider has more from washington. >> reporter: christine and dave, the latest question after the filing, what did paul manafort lie about? the special counsel saying he lied on a number of matters. they will not disclose until they file a sentencing submission with the court later. paul manafort has been working with mueller's attorney after pleading guilty to two charges. that plea was in september. on top of that guilty plea, paul
manafort was found guilty by the virginia jury in august. now the special counsel is saying no more talks or opportunity to cooperate. they are ready for a federal judge to sentence manafort. manafort's attorneys responded. they believe manafort was truthful and does not agree he breached any agreement. we have to see what the judge says in case. -- says in the case. for now, the special prosecutor's team is saying go ahead with the sentencing of paul manafort. christine and dave. >> thank you. president trump dismissing the warning of the dire consequences of climate change. findings with ominous warning of health and the economy could lose hundreds of billions of dollars every year with the extreme heat in the southwest. major declines in corn and dairy production. what does the president think about his own government scientists' assessment? >> i have seen it. i read some of it.
it's fine. >> did you see the economic impact? >> i don't believe it. no, no. i don't believe it. >> the study was supposed to come out in december, but released by the administration on black friday when few americans were paying attention. it was conducted by 13 federal agencies and departments with over 300 climate scientists. one was katharine hayhoo. i wrote the climate chapter myself. the white house says it is false. she will be on "new day" later this morning. general motors will cut production at five facilities in north american and reduce the work force by 15%. including a quarter of the executives. the pivot is toward self driving tech. this is a major restructuring of the major american land mark
company. in a statement monday, ceo mary barra says this is to be resilient and profitable and the flexibility to invest in the future. closing plants in detroit and ontario and warren, ohio and white marsh, maryland and warren, michigan. they were building sedans like the volt and lacrosse and cadillac and stx. gm will no longer make those cars. the production will be shutdown. it comes at expense of 8,000 salary workers. 6,000 workers will be assigned to other plants or lose their jobs. a lot of families upset this morning. the president said he raised concerns with barra and he is not happy. >> i was tough. i spoke with her when i heard they were closing. i said this country has done a lot for gm. you better get back in there soon. that's ohio. we have a lot of pressure on them.
>> an at the ral -- at the rally in mississippi on monday night, the president said the administration has found the magic wand for manufacturing. >> the previous administration said manufacturing is never coming back. it's gone. you need a magic wand. well, we found the magic wand. that's actually -- that's actually going to be increasing by a lot. we have a lot of companies moving in. >> if they found the magic wand and he fixed the problem, why is gm closing all of the plants? one in south korea had been previously announced. mexico's foreign ministry is asking the united states to investigate the use of tear gas by border patrol agents after the group of migrants tried to rush across. listen to the president suggest adult migrants grabbed children
to improve their chances of entering the u.s. >> they feel they have an advantage when they are with a young child. they call them grabbers. that's the term i heard. that's what they're called. they grab a child. when they have a child, they feel safer. all over the border, you shave lot of grabbers who grab children. you have no idea who these children are. >> the president denied tear gas was used on children. he said we don't use tear gas on kids. either he did not see or ignored the picture of the woman and two children running from the gas. the homeland security secretary kirstjen nielsen claims some women are being used as human shields. some migrants are in a shelter in mexico. voters in mississippi head to the polls today in the final senate race of 2018. mike espy against cindy hyde-smith in a runoff.
it is mississippi, so she is heavily favored despite the controversy. one video of her saying she would be in the front row of a public hanging. president trump headlined two rallies for hyde-smith yesterday. two nooses were found at the state capital the day ahead of the emotionally charged vote. along with the nooses, a sign read, we are hanging a noose to remind you that times have not changed. democrats still making gains in the house. three weeks after the midterms. the flip in the california 21st congressional district. the democrat t.j. cox ahead of the republican david valadao. one other race is uncalled by cnn. new mexico. a democrat is ahead there as well. democrats picked up a net gain of 38 seats in races called by cnn. >> one in utah where republican mia love conceded to ben mcadams. she lashed out at president trump who attacked her the day after the election before the
race was called. >> mia love gave me no love and she lost. too bad. sorry about that, mia. >> what did he have to gain by saying such a thing? this gave me a clear vision of his world as it is. no real relationships. just convenient transactions. >> the president's approval rating taking a hit. six in ten disapprove the job he is doing. 38% approve. that's down five points since last week's gallop poll. even proof of a russian ship ramming a ukrainian tugboat is not enough to condemn moscow. we go live to ukraine. a bl. that's why there's otezla. otezla is not a cream. it's a pill that treats moderate to severe plaque psoriasis differently. with otezla,75% clearer skin is achievable. don't use if you're allergic to otezla. it may cause severe diarrhea, nausea, or vomiting.
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and secretary of state mike pompeo. this was the president's response. >> i'm not happy about it at all. not at all. we let our position be known. we do not like what's happening. we don't like what's happening. hopefully it will get straightened out. >> 24 sailors are still detained by the russians. we have cnn's nick paton walsh with more from ukraine. >> reporter: it is hard to un r underestimate the issue here. this really has brought the simmering conflict into global view back on the world stage. there has been an ongoing war here for years in the separatists in the east and fought with russia's main
military and ukrainian military. the kerch strait where the ships rammed into each other. this was russia's military against ukraine's military. in the open and russia denying access to the azov sea. a vital waterway. does the world respond like it did when russia invaded crimea and east of the country with sanctions? the obama administration was clear uniting the international community against moscow's aggression there. as you heard, president trump softer with his language. perhaps maybe straightening it out at the sidelines of the g20 in argentina. we are houris away from marshal law. it will be in ten regions. not the whole country. it is a politically charged climate. the bigger question is here is
moscow is getting away with this? do they now think we got away with the sea of azov and nobody is doing anything to us. that is what they are worried about here. >> nick, thank you. we'll turn to sports ahead. make that eight straight wins for the houston texans. lindsay czarniak has more in the "bleacher report" next. every baby can have the freedom
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douglas high school in florida. it received tips about gunman nikolas cruz before the shooting. the fbi is adding 12 special agent positions and 50 professional staff positions to the public access line division. it is adding training on identifying pre-attack mental health indicatoindicators. a driver in los angeles tried to run down two men outside of a synagogue. take a look at video of 32-year-old mohamed mohamed. he was driving to the men outside of the services. one of the men said he yelled anti-semitic statements. >> he was screaming [ bleep ] jew. you could see it in his face. he wanted to do something. >> minutes later, video captured
mohamed running a stop sign and ramming another car. he is being held on $55,000 bail. one person is dead and six injured after a minivan crashed in the crowd in lower manhattan. the nypd said the easterly direction a-- said the elderly man was trying to back up and lost control. two are listed as serious. no word whether charges are expected. the food and drug administration closing in on the source of romaine lettuce responsible for the e. coli scare before thanksgiving. officials say only romaine lettuce from certain parts of california is unsafe to eat. lettuce entering the market will be labeled to give information about when and where it was harvested. the fda says the likely source of the e. coli is from california's central coast. the harvest season is ending. the number of people sickened has grown to 43. cheers at nasa when the
"insight" craft safely reached mars. >> touchdown confirmed! "insight" is on the surface of mars! >> that's like an end zone victory dance. it was the culmination of the seven month journey through space. it will spend the next two years studying the interior of the red planet. it got right to work beaming back the first picture from the mars surface. the image includes the dust cover still on the lens. it will be removed this week. a florida man decided to try hang gliding during vacation in switzerland and wound up hanging on for dear life. check this out. his pilot forgot to connect the harness and the glider pilot says he thought he was going to die. he managed to hang on just long enough to fall into an open field. he suffered a fracture wrist and
torn dentotendon. he is grateful for the pilot making the skilled moves and landing. >> there is a fear of heights and hang gliding. >> what a story. another great story with the houston texans. not just hanging on, but controlling the division. >> they are hot at the right time. it was a fun game to watch. there was extra meaning. they had to work for it because they found themselves down to the titans early. this game had meaning for the texans who wanted to honor bob mcnair who died last week. players and fans honored him with a tribute before the kickoff. texans down 10-0 early. then quarterback deshawn watson ran for two touchdowns. and lamar miller had a game.
miller went 97 yards. the longest touchdown in franchise history. the texans run away 34-17. they are the first team in nfl history to win eight straight after starting the season 0-3. next up is the cleveland browns who have something going on. to the nba. james harden rocked the head band last night. he has to keep it going on. check out what he did. he had a monster game. last year's league mvp with 24 points in the third quarter alone. he has a 50-point game in five seasons. wilt chamberlain is the only one with a longer streak. and kevin durant scored 49 points. warriors needed every single
one. golden state down by 18 points. then k.d. took over. unstoppable. the three-pointer with just 21 seconds left. warriors win the third straight. 116-110. finally, this is an emotional night at madison square garden. 13-year-old max bergen. diagnosed with brain cancer last year. he dropped the ceremonial first puck. look what happens next. max touched the bell at the center ice. that signalled the end of his chemo treatment. that was better than any bull horn sounded there. >> go max. that is just awesome. >> to the power of sports. the healing power of sports. thank you.
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the plea deal is off. prosecutors say paul manafort lied to robert mueller. i don't believe it. no, no. i don't believe it. >> call it denial. get it? the president outright dismissive of scientists who say climate change is a crisis. the president lashing out at gm. the automaker shuttering plants and slashing the work force by 15%. and missed tips about this man. parkland school shooter. now forcing the fbi to overhaul the public tip line. welcome back to "early start." i'm christine romans. >> good morning. i'm dave briggs. 5:30 eastern time on a tuesday. we start with the big question. the big cliff hanger in washington.
did paul manafort lie to robert mueller? if he did, why? some say the former trump campaign chairman breached the plea agreement he reached with the government. the questions swirled around manafort for more than a year. >> what is the story on the trump tower meeting with russians who claimed to have incriminating information about hillary clinton? we may never hear manafort testify about any of it. cnn's jessica schneider has more from washington. >> reporter: christine and dave, the latest question after the filing, what did paul manafort lie about? the special counsel saying he lied on a number of matters. they will not disclose until they file a sentencing submission with the court later. paul manafort has been working with mueller's attorney after pleading guilty to two charges. that plea was in september. on top of that guilty plea, paul manafort was found guilty by the virginia jury in august. now the special counsel is
calling off the cooperation. no more talks. no more opportunity to cooperate. they are ready for a federal judge to sentence manafort. manafort's attorneys responded. they believe manafort was truthful and does not agree he breached any agreement. we have to see what the judge says in case. for now, the special prosecutor's team is saying go ahead with the sentencing of paul manafort. christine and dave. >> thank you. he -- general motors will close five plants. it will cut the work force by 15%. it will cut a quarter of the executives. the pivot to electric vehicles and self driving technology. in a statement, the ce oo mary barra requires us to be
transformational. it will cut plants in detroit, ontario and warren, ohio and white marsh, maryland and warren, michigan. gm will no longer make those vehicles. those shutdowns translate to 8,000 salary workers and 6,000 will lose jobs or be reassigned. president trump talked with barra after the announcement and was not happy. >> i said i'm not happy. you better get back in there soon. we have a lot of pressure on them. >> despite all of this, at the rally in mississippi, the president said the administration has found the magic wand for manufacturing. >> the previous administration said manufacturing is never coming back. it's gone. you need a magic wand.
well, we found the magic wand. that's actually -- that's actually going to be increasing by a lot. we have a lot of companies moving in. >> gm will close three plants outside north america by the end of next year. one plant in south korea has already been announced. >> joining us from washington this morning is nathan gonzalez. good to see you. >> good morning. >> the story here, the president driving off a cliff in his own homemade gm. the president calling "the wall street journal." you are playing around with the wrong person. a clear threat to gm. i'm old enough to remember another president threatening private business and conservatives were up in arms. so, too, is my 6-year-old. why are conservatives now okay with the republican president threatening private business? what are the politics of this? >> too often where people stand
on the issue depends on who is taking that stance. right now, the republican party, including most republicans and conservatives are following the president. they believe he is the right messenger. they believe he has the best interests of the couple tntry a heart. people can disagree, but that is the thinking of the republican base. what we are seeing so far is the typical reaction from the president as gm makes the announcement and he berates gm on twitter and public appearances. we will see gm was ready for this and ready for the pr hit. we will see how long that lasts. if they don't change tactics, you will see the president blame someone or something else or say it would be worse if he hadn't been involved. we will see a couple of chapters of this play out. >> will it work? the risk for the president if he keeps blaming gm, he is
reminding people he is the dealmaker in chief. listen to the promises to michigan and ohio. >> you people know something about the car are industry. i'm bringing it back to the state of michigan. -- car industry. i'm bringing it back to the state of michigan. >> many are going to michigan and ohio and the states they want to be. >> you look at what is happening with ford and general motors and michigan and ohio. the number of jobs being announced in so many fields. >> does he risk voters in those states think these are empty promises? >> there is absolutely a risk. i think maybe one of the things going for the president is we are still two years from re-election race. let's wait and see what happens. maybe there is something that changes and gm makes a different decision or other companies make a decision. right now, this is not a good
news story for the president. i think there will be multiple days of coverage where people are pointing out this is what he said. this is what is happening. how does it line up? >> big tax cut for the companies. they are still shutting plants. the president fixed nafta. still closing plants. at what point -- >> tariffs making it worse. >> all of these things. >> let's turn now to what's happening in mississippi. polls opening in a bit. mike espy trying to take out cindy hyde-smith. the race has been a central factor in this senate race. the runoff here. let's listen to what the president said last night at one of two rallies for hyde-smith in the state of mississippi last any. >> cindy's -- last night. >> cindy's far left opponent. how does he fit in with mississippi? i could go over it. how does he fit in?
>> he was born in mississippi and raised in mississippi. mike espy. was that racist? >> i'll let people read into it what they want. mike espy comes from a long time family in mississippi from the delta region. his family owned a series of funeral homes. he is not a new comer to mississippi. people can read into that what they want. fundamentally, the majority is not at stake, but the stakes are high. most of the elections are already over. every seat matters in the majority because democrats want to stay as close as possible after the 2018 elections to try to have a chance to takeover the majority in the 2020 election. the president is going down and rallying and putting political capital on the line. i expect cindy hyde-smith to win p th this race today. >> that would be a massive upset
if espy can pull it off. we shall see. nathan gonzales, thank you. president trump dismissing the study about the consequences of climate change. the findings contain ominous warnings about global health and conclude the u.s. economy could lose hundreds of billions of dollars every year with the heat in the southwest and declines in corn and car dairy production. what does the president think about the government's assessment? >> the u.s. climate report? >> i have seen it. i read some of it. it's fine. >> did you see the economic impact? >> i don't believe it. no, no. i don't believe it. >> the study was supposed to come out in december, but released by the trump administration on black friday when few americans were paying attention. it was conducted by 13 federal agencies and departments with over 300 prominent climate
scientists. one was katherine hayhoe. i wrote the chapter on climate change myself which the white house says is false. she is says this was based on a worst-case scenario. >> some deniers are saying they only looked at the worst-case scenario. she says no. i looked at all scenarios. she is saying that is false. she will be on "new day" later this morning to explain the data. democrats still making gains in the house this morning three weeks after the mid terms. a flip in the california district. the latest total show the democrat t.j. cox ahead of the republican david valadao. one race is uncalled in new mexico. democrats picked up 38 seats in races called by cnn. >> one in utah where republican mia love conceded against ben mcadams. she responded against the president who attacked her the day after the election before
the race was called. >> mia love gave me no love and she lost. too bad. sorry about that, mia. >> what did he have to gain by saying such a thing? this gave me a clear vision of his world as it is. no real relationships. just convenient transactions. >> the president's approval rating taking a hit. six in ten disapprove the job he is doing. according to the latest gallop poll. even proof of a russian ship ramming into the ukraine tugboat is not enough for the p preside -- not enough for the president to condemn moscow. we are live in ukraine. capital one cafes. inviting places with people here to help you, not sell you. and savings and checking accounts with no fees or minimums. because that's how it should be. you can open one from right here or anywhere in 5 minutes.
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waterway. other leaders condemned the move as well as nikki haley and secretary of state mike pompeo. here is the president's response. >> i'm not happy about it at all. not at all. we let our position be known. we do not like what's happening. either way, we don't like what is happening. >> ukraine declared marshall law on the border regions. 24 sailors contained. nick paton walsh is live with the latest. nick, where are we headed here? >> reporter: dave, this is a potentially serious flashpoint. the war with russia and ukraine has been happening for years since the invasion in the east through the separatist proxies, we have not seen the military go head-to-head against each other in this clumsy way in the azov
sea on monday. it is causing a conflict here to be back in global focus. it caused secretary of state mike pompeo to talk about russian aggression and german chancellor angela merkel to talk about the need for deescalation and vladimir putin conversely to accuse ukraine of provocation and trying to stir trouble up right now. more importantly here, it caused marshall law which will come into place in ten regions near russia from 9:00 tomorrow morning. that, on paper, guarantees constitutional rights, but allows the military and security forces extra power, but heightens tensions further. the big question is if moscow is feeling emboldened to let the russian military out of the box so to speak in the military confrontation, does it have other plans? is it tuesting the trump administration and the desire to hit back? will they be as tough as the obama administration after
sanctions after crimea was invaded? that will be in the air during the g20 in argentina coming up where donald trump is expected to meet vladimir putin. back to you, dave. >> the president will have the meeting with the secretary of defense today and likely have an update. nick, thank you. scientists in china claims he created the first genetically altered babies. his lab has been creating this code for couples going through iv. this is bringing in an ethical question of designer babies. president trump appeared to be shutting the door on the temporary deal on the ongoing trade war with china days ahead of the g20 summit in argentina. the president told "the wall street journal" on monday it was highly unlikely to accept an
offer by president xi jinping aimed at averting a plan aimed at raising tariffs on $200 billion of chinese goods to 25%. they are at 10%. they rise to 25% in january. he said if we don't make a deal, i'll put $267 billion additional on. adding more tariffs. that level could be 10% or 25%. trump said that could include tariffs on apple products imported from china. including iphones and laptops. earlier this month, vice president mike pence said he is willing to double the tariffs on chinese goods. wall street rebounded on monday. in asia, mixed move. the nikkei up over .50%. shanghai and hang seng closed down. the dax is up. ftse in london is down. cac in paris is up. wall street. futures are lower right now.
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to the public access line. bureau will train to identify mental health issues. centers for disease control and prevention says there are 116 cases of the polio like illness afm. officials say additional 170 possible cases are under investigation. the disease can lead to a sudden onset of paralysis. there are cases of afm in 31 states. 15 in colorado. 14 in texas. not clear if there is a greater risk in those states or if they are better at identifying and reporting cases. the food and drug administration is closing in on the source of the romaine lettuce contamination responsible for the e. coli scare before thanksgiving. officials say romaine lettuce from certain parts of california is unsafe to eat. lettuce will be labeled to give information on where it was harvested. the likely source of
contamination is the coast of california where har evidevest is ending. the number sickened has grown to 43. flights are returning to normal after the holiday caused widespread travel chaos. bu bulldozers called into action at o'hare airport in chicago. 220,000 customers were left without power in the midwest. most of them in the chicago area. the snow is now picking up in new england. some areas could see over a foot. dictionary.com revealing the word of the year. a sign of the times. misinformation. it made a comeback in 2018 with false information on the internet. it is highlighting the words disinformation and misinformation. disinformation refers to deliberately misleading or bias
information. misinformation is wrong, but does not require intent. like the conversations you had at thanksgiving with your uncle. >> a lot of disinformation spread in the current political environment. a florida man decided to try hang gliding during vacation in switzerland and was hanging on for dear life. the pilot forgot to connect the harness to the glider. he thought he was going to die through the ordeal. he managed to hang on long enough to fall into an open field field. he said he is not mad at the instru instructor. he is grateful for a skilled landing. another skilled landing. cheers at nasa. >> touchdown confirmed! "insight" is on mars. >> the spacecraft reached mars. it was the culmination of the seven month and 300,000 mile
journey through space. "insight" will study the interior of the red planet. it wasted no time beaming back the first picture from the surface. it will stay there. it is a probe. it will not move. it will drill down to give us information about volcanic activity. >> we have to work on the handshake game. that is my take away from that story. they nailed it. thanks for joining us. i'm christine the fact that mueller's office drew this agreement up suggests they must have a pretty good reason for thinking that he's lying. obviously we have a dispute about whether or not he did that, that's why we have courts and that's why that matter will proceed. >> if he's lying there is something very big he's trying to hide. there are women and children out there using tear gas does not seem justified. >> in some cases they are not the parents, they grab a child because they think they will have certain
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