tv Early Start with Christine Romans and Dave Briggs CNN September 6, 2019 2:00am-3:01am PDT
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robert mugabe has died. plus the washington post says it has solved sharpie gate. guess who altered the infamous weather map with his favorite marker? good morning, everyone. happy friday. welcome to "early start." i'm dave briggs. >> and i'm christine romans. it is friday, september 6th. 5 a.m. in the east. let's begin this morning with the news. hurricane dorian creeping slowly north just off the carolina coast. in just the last few hours it has weakened to a category 1. it's leaving more than 293,000 customers in north and south carolina without power. cnn meteorologist derek van dam is in charleston, south carolina, live this morning. derek, you've been walking around the streets there. you can see the evidence of the wind damage and the storm surge, at least for charleston though not as bad as feared.
fortunately, they can breathe a sigh of relief. they were spared the worst from hurricane dorian. we are in historic downtown charleston. the quintessential area of this particular city. driving around assessing the damage, we've seen awnings ripped off of buildings, we've seen downed power lines, we have seen trees toppled over but this vulnerable coastal city knows how to handle large storms like this. they know they're susceptible to flooding and storm surge so they've boarded up some of the local businesses and homes across this area. we managed to talk to the mayor of charleston yesterday before he went on "new day" speaking with our colleague john berman and he mentioned to me that this city really knows how to prepare for storms of this magnitude but, of course, the big threat was the storm surge that really wasn't quite realized in this city alone. it was more the wind threat that brought down some of the damage that we've been noticing in this
region. really, a far cry from what has taken place in north carolina as the outer rain bands spun up tornadoes. we know over two dozen have been reported and that has caused quite a bit of damage across that area as well. so spared a direct hit here in charleston. we think of what is taking place with land falling hurricane in north carolina. >> so glad you're there. thank you so much for that. stay safe. thank you. the big question, of course, is where is dorian headed next? meteorologist allison chinchara standing by live. we have the 5 a.m. update from the national hurricane center. any changes? >> not really. nothing major. one of the things we were waiting to see is whether it would have landfall. it's still headed up towards hatteras, meaning the center of
circulation is. i think everyone is breathing a little bit of a sigh of relief, too, knowing that overnight we dropped down to a category 1. winds now sustained at 90 miles an hour. any of the subsequent cities that get hit, the conditions will be a little bit less in terms of wind speed compared to some of the ones that were hit yesterday and the day before. here's a look at the rainfall. heading into morehead city. going towards hatteras over the next hour or two. we still have the concern for the outer bands bringing potential tornadoes and water spouts. we have a tornado watch in north carolina and virginia at least for the next two hours. again, this is going to be a big deal in addition to the flood threat still. look at the flash flood warnings in effect for multiple states as the storm continues to slide up
the east. we've had over 20 tornado reports in just the last couple of days from this storm alone and unfortunately this is going to continue for the rest of the day. >> allison chinchar, thank you so much. the grim scene in the bahamas. officials raising the official death toll from hurricane dorian to 30. with thousands still missing, they know the number will rise. body bags, morticians and coolers headed to abaco islands. patrick oppmann is there on the ground with are more. >> reporter: dave and christine, we are on high rock on the grand bahama island. look at the devastation here. this was the local town hospital. the clinic. it's gone. beaten down to the ground by hurricane dorian's category 5 winds. we are only about an hour from
freeport, but it is another world. destruction here is just a different level. there are people that say the abacos received the worst of the damage, but if you venture a little further, people that couldn't be reached. perhaps worst. this whole town is gone. there are about 300 people who live there, every house, every car, every structure has some damage and many, if not most, are totally destroyed. this was a police station. hurricane dorian knocked town a concrete wall, took off the proof and next door the one cell jail for this town is wide open. if anybody was inside, they're not there anymore. the question now is will towns like this recover and rebuild or simply cease to exist?
dave, christine. >> patrick oppmann, thanks. breaking overnight. robert mugabe has died at the age of 95. his passing was announced by the current president. his complicated legacy includes transforming into an authoritarian in later years. >> reporter: good morning, dave. you're absolutely right. a complicated legacy. he is a man who was known as a liberator. he put his life on the line. spent ten years in jail. his son from his first marriage di died, wasn't allowed to bury him. he's also remembered for a great
many achievements in zimbabwe. he's educated them with the highest literacy levels. then came the complete change. just four years after being prime minister he made himself executive president. then after that, election after election, there was a real hunger and grip of control. the latter years of his rule he saw no difference really between his family, including his wife grace, and himself and executive presidency and the country of zimbabwe. he was handing out land to his cronies and his wife. that, of course, led the zimbabwean army to topple him. they are reflecting on the complicated legacy. what he gave them and what he denied them. dave. >> yeah, and the economic crisis there may be his legacy. live for us this morning.
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in the path of hurricane dorian, a claim that he made on sunday but is continuing to make now even in the face of several meteorologists saying that the president was not accurate when he made that claim. the president is going to great lengths to claim he was right, even having his homeland security advisor, this person rear admiral peter brown issue a statement defending the president's remarks from last sunday when he made that claim where in this statement that is pretty extraordinary for the white house to issue brown said that the president was briefed in an update on hurricane dorian on sunday and that that briefing included, quote, the possibility of tropical storm force winds in southeastern alabama. of course, all of the models of that time on sunday show otherwise, yet the president is continuing to make this claim and clearly seems to be sensitive to this idea that his claim could be wrong. so wrong, in fact, that my colleagues are reporting that the president on thursday afternoon summoned the fox news white house reporter to the oval
office after he had been criticized on air for making the claim about alabama. that the president told the fox news reporter he was correct. he even according to an internal email that my colleagues saw said he just wanted some acknowledgment that his claim about alabama was correct, even if at the point that the president had tweeted it on sunday it was no longer the case. clearly we're seeing the president not wanting to drop this despite several people saying the president should essentially move on from it. instead he is doubling down on this, christine and dave. >> british parliament now set to debate and vote again next week whether to hold an early election. the vote more likely to pass this time because a major leader from the opposition is expected to be removed today. british prime minister boris johnson said he'd rather be dead in a ditch than ask the e.u. for another brexit extension as he suffers another blow. his own brother abruptly resigning from politics. cnn's anna stewart live in london outside parliament.
it has been quite a week. >> reporter: this week has been extraordinary. i know we say that a lot with brexit, but honestly parliament got back on tuesday from summer break and we have had an onslaught of events. the big one really was this bill to block a no deal brexit. a huge defeat for the government. really ties the hands. it essentially means that boris johnson will be forced to ask for an extension to the brexit to the e.u. and he just doesn't want to do it. he'd rather be dead in a ditch as he said. following that was the expulsion of 21 mps from the prime minister's own party. there was the defection of another and as you said this, this happened. the prime minister's very own brother resigning not just as minister but as a politician not being able to agree. none of them can agree on when that will be. the government wants to put it to parliament.
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death toll from hurricane dorian climbs in the bahamas. breaking overnight. zimbabwe's hero turned tyrant. robert mugabe has died. plus, the washington post said it has solved the sharpie gate mystery. guess who altered the infamous weather map with a marker? h'm. welcome back to "early start," everyone. i'm christine romans. >> maybe we can move on. doubtful. i'm dave briggs. happy friday. breaking this morning, hurricane dorian creeping slowly northeast just off the carolina coast trailing a path of destruction. in just the last few hours it has now weakened to a category 1 hurricane. at least five are dead in the united states. dorian's high winds and lightning strikes leaving more than 293,000 customers in north and south carolina without power. let's get right to allison chinchar with the latest from the weather center.
good morning, allison. >> winds are sustained at 90 miles per hour. places like morehead city which didn't get a real landfall but they've been in the eye wall for quite some time and are going to stay that way until the storm continues at the northeast until 14 miles per hour. flooding is expected to be the main concern. we have flash flood warnings and flood watches out for half a dozen states as the flooding threat continues. not just here in the carolinas but this will slide up into the northeast as well. the heaviest rain is located along the outer banks and portions just east of greenville, north carolina. we have had some tornado warnings the last few days. in fact, over 20 reported tornadoes in just the last 48 hours. that threat is still possible going through the remainder of the morning today as those outer bands continue to push on towards the shore. here's a look at the forecast radar. notice by about 9:00, 10:00 this morning the center of circulation is expected to be
over hatteras. this could potentially be our landfall point for hurricane dorian. any shifts in that track, if it continues to move a little bit farther to east we may miss a landfall entirely just getting some of those strong winds out here. notice even other places. portions of connecticut, portions of massachusetts, even main likely going to get some rainfall from this storm albeit they will be a very long distance away. they won't get the same impacts of the carolinas, florida and georgia did. areas in both north and south carolina picking up over ten inches of rain, dave. for some places we're going to see those numbers going up. >> still a lot to come. allison, thanks so much. one of the cities on that list charleston is where cnn meteorologist derek van dam is live for us this morning. what's the situation in the carolinas, derek? >> reporter: yeah, good morning, christine. this is a city that is breathing a sigh of relief because they
were spared the worst of dorian. at the peak of the storm there were 50 road closures, traffic lights not working. there were over 160 trees toppled as well. what we see just from driving around is that the damage that was inflicted on the city was more wind driven versus storm and flash flooding. this is an example to my left, we're in the historic district of downtown. you can see one of the street lamps is toppled over by the strong winds. behind me you can see some awnings that were ripped off the building in the business behind me. this is a very vulnerable city, we know, to storm surge. we're thankful it wasn't as big as originally predicted as the city continues to clean up the city streets from the debris that was left over. they were really spared the worst of hurricane dorian as it continues to move across the north carolina region right now. >> dave, a day or two of cleanup and then hopefully back to business in charleston. thanks so much for that, derek.
meanwhile, a grim and sobering scene in the bahamas. officials raising the death toll from hurricane dorian to 30 but with thousands of people still missing, they know that number will rise. body bags, coolers, morticians now being transported to abaco and other hard-hit areas. patrick oppmann on the ground in the bahamas with more. >> reporter: dave and christine, we are in the small town of high rock on grand bahama island, or what i should say was the town of high rock. look at the devastation here. this was the local town hospital, the clinic, and it's gone. beaten down to the ground by hurricane dorian's category 5 winds. we are only about an hour from freeport but it is another world. destruction here is just a different level. there are people that say that the abacos received the worst of the damage, but if you just venture a little bit further,
places that people have not gone on grand bahama island, you see damage every bit as bad, perhaps even worse. this whole town is gone. there are about 300 people who live there and every house, every car, every structure has some damage and many, if not most, are totally destroyed. this was a police station. hurricane dorian knocked down a concrete wall, took off the roof and next door the one cell jail for this town is wide open. if anybody was inside, they're not there anymore. the question now is will towns like this recover and rebuild or simply cease to exist? dave, christine. >> thank you so much for that. breaking overnight. robert mugabe, the former president of zimbabwe, has died at the age of 95. his passing was announced by the
office of the current president. his complicated legacy includes his transformation into an authoritarian strong man in later years. our international correspondent joins us live from nairobi, kenya. >> reporter: christine, absolutely right. he was a man of many complications. at the age of 95 zimbabweans were expecting him to die. over the last two years, the last days of his life were spent not in zimbabwe, but in singapore where he had been undergoing treatment for a manner of ailments. he was over thrown by his own army in november of 2017 after 37 years in power. it's complicated for many reasons. he raised litter rarp si level
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let's get a check on cnn -- sorry about that. i could not breathe for a second. let's get a check on cnn business for a second. you can see london, paris and frankfurt are mixed here. closing higher in asia and futures all up here. a little bit this morning. look, this was the best day in three weeks on renewed trade hopes for stocks. dow closed up 379 points. the s&p 500 and nasdaq also finished higher. escalating tensions between the u.s. and china have weighed on markets throughout the summer. new talks on the agenda for early october are spurring some optimism. investors are also gearing up for the august jobs report later today. economists expect the report to show some weakness thanks to the
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arrived in north carolina with wind, rain, and tornadoes. >> i was outside when i heard things start churning. >> the abaco islands, mass destruction. >> the people are strong here. i know that alabama was in the original forecast. >> the president is still defending presenting this doctored map to back up his false claim. >> the president of the united states is getting briefed on a disaster and this perception is as if he's not engaged on this. welcome to our viewers in the united states and all around the world. >> and welcome back to you. >> you keep looking at me like you're surprised i'm here. >> you're here and completely dry. you've been soaking wet. soaked through. >> the towels that were used, the blow dryer. you know, the hair changes i've had to go through in the last few days is extraordinary. it is friday, september 6th.