Skip to main content

tv   Early Today  NBC  July 11, 2018 3:30am-4:01am EDT

3:30 am
thumbs up. >> he deserves it. >> nobody got hurt.bye, everyon. breaking br bluster to brussels. president trump kicks off what's said to be a contentious nato summit this mornreg. weive as the president hits ally countries on both trade and defensein spendg. >> and in the cave and on e erad to recovery. rescue ds say the last of the youth soccer team trapped in a thailand cave for two weeks. >> a miracle in montana. search teams find a 5onth old alive after being buried in debris for hours. now the attention turns to the man accused of leaving that baby behind. >> plus he's not upset any more. drake breaks the beatles historic billboard record with nonstop hits from his new album. "early today" starts right now. good morning.
3:31 am
i'm phillip mena. >> and i'm melissa rehberger in s.r france we begin with breaking news out ofss brus where president trump is meeting with natoad leers at this year's summit. the president meeting with the e.u. secretary-general this morning ahead of a working breakfast arriving in bres ulz last night as he's set to huddl with his european downtowner parts today before heading off to london and then helsinki for his one on one sit down with vladimir putin. >> despite the handshakes and photo ops we'll see today, it's the bubbling conflict between the allia pe andsident trump that will take center stage as he continues to bash his counterparts forcing the head of the european council to issue r this raruke. >> dear america, appreciate your allies. after all, you don't have tt many. >> but tusk wasn't the only one taking a swipe at thepresident. the senate also landing a punch, taking awi diplomatic at mr. trump, overwhelmingly approving a motion in support ot nato j hours before this
3:32 am
morning's summer kickoff. let's go to nbc's kristen welker with more of what we can expect out ofse br. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. president trump kicks off his first official day here at the nato summit with a breakfasthe with t nato secretary-general. they will be chewing over not onut breakfast some diplomacy as well, and then he has a series of meet and greets, some meet wgz hings wh his counterparts. but the heighten tensions after president trump yesterday criticized yet again some nato members for failing to pay their fa share on defens now, the reality is five out of 29 nato members have met their commitments for 2024, but that still gives the rest of the countries a numberf years to live up to their goals. but there are deep concerns hate resident trump is becoming increasingly alienated from his allies andhat he may take steps even to, for example, pull out u.s. troops fro key bases in germany, for example. and, of course, all eyere on
3:33 am
that high stakes meeting with russian president vladimir putin. that will take place next week. a number of nato members concerned that president trump isn't being tough enough against russia. senior administration officials insist the president will press puti key issues from meddling in the u.s. election to invadi crimea, but will that be enough to calm legitimateerse remember, pre trump is coming off of that g-7 summit in which he clashed with allies there. so, a lot of tensions here at the backdrop. democrats and replicans warning president trump that having negative meetings here at nato, but positive meetings with president putin would be disastrous. phillip? >> kristen welker, thank you. >> 12 soccer players who beat the odds aren't quite out of the woods yet. officials say all of the players and their coach have been quarantined while they are testing fored infection and will likely remain in the hospi several days. family members have been able to see the boys through a window and abl t to talk tom by
3:34 am
phone. psychologists say the boys' mental health must be monitored as closely as their physical health after surviving this ordeal. t experts war boys are prone to emotional damage such asages it and depression. matt bradley has more on their good morning. >> reporter: good morning. what we're talking about is the quarantine the boys are going through in the hospital, it is important as far as t are concerned. it comes against the fact they have really not had any really serious problems with health. and that's remarkable considering the ordeal that they went through in these past, more than two weeks. the latest atch who cameout, they were in that cave for more than 17 days. so, the reason for thequ antine is twofold. it's both to protect theoys because doctors believe their own immune systems have probably been diminished by the ordeal, butt's also to protect the rest of us out here because doctors are suspicious that they might hde contracte diseases
3:35 am
while they were in that cave. especially if they came into contact with any bats or rats. now, the boys in interviews with doctors said they didn't come into contact with any animals. that's what we're understanding. but they are still talking all the precautions they possibly can. as you mention, the families are having to go through this wrenching jurassic park a on top of what ty've already been through of being in sight and almost touching distance of their sons, but unable to touch them phillip, frances? ts thank you. >> senate democ can block the president's supreme court pick. brett kavanagh, at least that's according to senate minority leader chuck schumer. it will take some convincing of the american people confirming kavanagh would be disastrous to obamacare.ights and ask republicans and they'll tell you it's soth sailing ahead for kavanagh despite some agreeing with his nomination in the first place. nbc's pete williams has more from thet. supreme cour >> reporter: the ritual of sealte courtesy cls began with an easy
3:36 am
ican leader mitch mcconnell. >> i think the president made an outstanding nomination. >> reporter: mcconnell urged prively against his nomination, arguing his 25 year record in government would bog down the confirmation. now considered most in play republican senators collins and murkowski and donley high camp and mansion. vanagh seemed like an unlikely choice, an aid to george bush nominated by someone who t criticiz bushes. >> judge kavanagh has gotten rave reviews, rave reviews, actually from th sides >> reporter: some lobbied against him citing a court battle invving a teenage arrest of the for illegally entering the u.s. who wanted to be released from detention to have an kavanagh she had no right to an abortion on demand and could wait until she was released to a sponsor. his critics say he should have ruled she had no right to an abortion because she's not a u.s. citizen and is here
3:37 am
illegally. in 2011 when the court upheld obamacare, kavanagh dissentyi a federal law prevented the court from deciding the case. his critics say he should have gone further and declared toe bama care was unconstitutional. but more strateg conservatives hope by floating his name as a possible nominee, justice kennedy woulde more comfortable retiring if he thought he'd be succeeded by a formerclerk. some in congress say the president believes he'll get yet another supreme court nomination anyway and decided to choose judge thi time who seemed to be more moderate. kavanagh's past suggests he wouldn't be on the extreme right. >> based on judge kavanagh's long record, i think we can safely say he's going to end up somewhere in the middle of the conservatives, not the farthest to the right. >> reporter: here's a picture 25 years ago taken near where i anding outside the supreme court. that's justice kennedy and his law clerks in 1993, with brechl kavanagh next to him and kneel correspond gich on the other end. if kavanagh gets confirmed that
3:38 am
would make history, two former clerks of the same justice serving on the courthe tog >> pete williams, thank you for that report. >> this morning dozens o migrant children separated from their parents at the border have yet to be returned to their families as the federal government missed a court order deadline for reunification. the order applied to more than 0 children under age 5, but a court filing by the federal government revealed only four migrant children were back with their parents ahead of th deed line. department of human servises said it working to verify once united. nbc's gabe gutierrez has more on the agonizing wait. >> reporter: a guatemala father is in agony in los angeles waiting to be reunited with his son in new york. > the last time i tried to speak to him, he, sa he was crying. he asked, don't you love me in i more? the government now expects just 38 of 102 migrant children under 5 years old will be reunited
3:39 am
with their families by the end of the d despite a court order. the remaining 64 children not reunited for reasons including parents with criminal records or incompleteerication. >> well, i have a solution. tell people not to come to our countr illegally. that's the solution. >> reporter: this mother from el salvador asks in frustration, why was it so easy for them to take our children but so hard to give them back? e breaks dow when she describes the gut wrenching dmoment she s good-bye to her son and daughter more than a month ago. i hugged them and gave a kiss and i said, don't worry, i'll be back for you. >> if the laws are broken, there's a process for that. >> reporter: we rode along with a border patrol a more migrants inuding mothers with children turned themselves in seeking asylum. still the government says arsts at the border were down 18% last month. zero-tolerance been a odeterrence? course it has. of course it has. >> reporter: mario from honduras
3:40 am
was able to see h0-year-old daughter at an el paso shelter for the first time in more than a month. what's been the hardest part? not knowing how she is, he says. while a few have had emotional publicun ns, thousands more children remain in limbo. >> gabe gutierrez, thank you. >> let's take a turn for our weather. g.bill karins, good morn >> yeah, the heat is the story across the lower 48. we have to show the impressiv hurricane chris. remember the tropical storm we were waiting for to tur into a hurricane? it jumped to a 2 in 18 hours. it's 250 miles off the coast. we have the waves, the rip currents. we have the problems at the beaches, thaitwill be about it will continue to accelerate over the next two days up into the northatlantic. we have what's level of b, ryl in south puerto rico the at one point it was a hurricane. it has a 50% chance of redeveloping. it's safely edhere. tun off the southeast coast kind of the same areas
3:41 am
chris was in. we'r not worried about any direct impacts from that. that's good news. the heat is the story of the day. we have heat advisories in many areas from oklahoma to arkansas, missouri, eastern kansas, iowa and eastern nebraska. it's hot and humid in the middle of july. that's a look at the big weather story of the day. now here's a closer look at your day ahead. omaha 96. kansas city 97 deges. we didn't get up to 94 in fargo. high 95 in dallas. may get cooled off by a thundendtorm in louisiana mississippi. >> check out the instagram sensation who was photographed while getting attacked by a shark in the bahamas? the 19-year-old model was vacationing with family and says she was only trying to take the perfect picture when she got bitten. she ripped her armth away fro shark before it was too late. luckily for her, according to the resort owner, the teen's
3:42 am
outstretched poses were likely the blame for tempting the sharks. >> keep our han to ourselves. >> about right. >> stay out of the water. >>s thahat happens when you do it for the gram. >> sand at >>e beach is nice. going to make for one throw back. coming up officials say it is a miracle a 5 month old is alive after being buried alive. it's your skin, and it can protect you from millions of things. so we're here to help you protect your skin. walgreens pharmacists and beauty consultants are specially trained to know what works for the health of your unique skin. walgreens. trusted since 1901. now all walgreens brand sun care products are buy one get one half off. now all walgreens brand sun care products every baby can have the freedom to move their way in pampers cruisers with three-way fit. they adapt at the waist, legs and bottom for our driest best fitting diaper.
3:43 am
pampers so if you have heart failure, your heart doesn't only belong to you. ask your doctor about entresto. it helped keep people alive and out of the hospital. don't take entresto if pregnant. it can cause harm or death to an unborn baby. don't take entresto with an ace inhibitor or aliskiren, or if you've had angioedema with an ace or arb. the most serious side effects are angioedema, low blood pressure, kidney problems, or high blood potassium. entresto, for heart failure. well, here's to first dates! you look amazing. and you look amazingly comfortable. when your v-neck looks more like a u-neck... that's when you know, it's half-washed. add downy to keep your collars from stretching. unlike detergent alone, downy conditions to smooth and strengthen fibers. so, next time don't half-wash it.
3:44 am
downy and it's done. i just want to find a used car start at the new show me used trucks with one owner. pretty cool. [laughs] ah... ahem... show me the carfax. start your used car search at the all-new leading the news, the man accused of abandoning a 5 month old baby in the forest oside of missoula said he left the infant there because it was, quote, very heavy. he appeared in court on charges of assault on a minor and criminal endangerment. he did not enter a plea. this comes two days after the infant was found during an overnight search. they are calling it a miracle. nbc news national correspondent miguel almaguer has the story. >> reporter: a needle in a hay stack is what police were looking for.
3:45 am
out of daylight andng run out of time, deputies near missoula montana said they arrested a man who buried a 5 month old somewhere in the mountains. >> we had law enforcement officers from almost every jurisdiction converge to the t ar help find this child. 911eporter: responding to calls from lo lo hot springs, sheriff's deputy say francis crowley was acting erratic when he told officers he dumped the baby boy he was caring for i the wilderness. search teams scoured for two hours. then faint cry beneath a pile of debris. posting this photo of the baby gripping the finger of a first responder, authorities say the 5 month old was cold and wearing wet onesy. >> when i heard that baby murmur, i was so happy. it was -- i was me happy than hearing my own daughter's cry for the first time. >> reporter: crowley was in
3:46 am
court facing multiple charge b theaby boy is in protective custody. the rescue, a miracle on the mountain. miguel almaguer, nbc news. >> absolutely a miracle>> there. for sure. >> just ahead, the world cup finals will be set today. we know france in. you can tell just by that celebration in paris. but who will they face for the title? still a chance here. it's willingham, edge of the box, willingham shoots... goooooaaaaaallllllll! that...was...magic. willingham tucks it in and puts the championship to bed. sweet drea, nighty night. as long as soccer players celebrate with a slide, you can count geico savin. fieen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance. pressure, what preure? the players on the... pressure, what preure? she pretty much lives in her favorite princess dress. but once a week i let her play sheriff so i can wash it. i use tide to get out those week old stains and downy
3:47 am
to get it fresh and soft. you are free to go. tide and downy together. jimmy's gotten used to his whole room smelling like sweaty odors. yup, he's gone noseblind. he thinks it smells fine, but his mom smells this... luckily for all your hard-to-wash fabrics... ...there's febreze fabric refresher. febreze doesn't just mask, it eliminates odors you've... ...gone noseblind to. and try febreze unstopables for fabric. with up to twice the fresh scent power, you'll want to try it... ...again and again and maybe just one more time. indulge in irresistible freshness. febreze unstopables. breathe happy.
3:48 am
3:49 am
you heard it there. you can see itok t that celebration, buzzing through the city of love after france pulled off a huge semi final win over belgium. they punch their ticket to the country's third ever world cups final thank to a header in the 51st min.e drilled right there that is sam umtiti, shimmy shake. a 1-nil lead down the stretch. belgium had a long way to go. they tri to respond with equalizer but it was blocked by the french keeper. france would go on to win 1-nil. that sent a surge through the massive crowd in front of the sham si champs-elysees everyone is getting in on the action trying to predict who is going to win. i like >> look at that tiger, look who he picked. he thinks it's going to be
3:50 am
croatia. that's sigh siberian zoo. we have a camel trying to make a decision. see who he picks. can't tell here. look at all thesema a. felipe coin, whoever is going to get it this says england is to get we'll find out later today, though. 2:00 p.m., the mania has spread to justin timberlake. look at the video he posted on don agram ahead of his l concert. he promised his fans he'll be opening doors early so pchple can whe game with him before the concert. he's a huge sports fan. it is only right. the two teams will play 2:00 p.m. eastern and all excitement has hit a crescendo here. >> after the break, drake's album is continuing to top the charts. breaking records and inspirie viral dancvideo. that's why pantene, the world's #1 conditioner brand, has conditioners for every hair type. from air-light foam for fine hair,
3:51 am
to nourishing 3 minute miracle for thick and curly. and the moisture-infusing gold series collection. giving more women great hair days - every day. pantene. world's number one... conditioner brand. ( ♪ ) your heart doesn't only belong to you. child: bye, grandpa! and if you have heart failure, entrusting your heart to entresto may help. entresto is a heart failure medicine that helps improve your heart's ability to pump blood to the body. in the largest heart failure study ever, entresto was proven superior at helping people stay alive and out of the hospital compared to a leading heart failure medicine. don't take entresto if pregnant.
3:52 am
it can cause harm or death to an unborn baby. don't take entresto with an ace inhibitor or aliskiren, or if you've had angioedema with an ace or arb. the most serious side effects are angioedema, low blood pressure, kidney problems, or high blood potassium. ask your doctor about entresto. and help make more tomorrows possible. entresto, for heart failure. from the moment you met you wantecomfort and protection that's why pampers swaddlers is the #1 choice of hospitals to wrap your baby in blanket-like softness so all they feel is love pampers swaddlers and they got it from theirs. it's your skin, and it can protect you from millions of things. so we're here to help you protect your skin. walgreens pharmacists and beauty consultants
3:53 am
are specially trained to know what works for the health of your unique skin. walgreens. trusted since 1901. now all walgreens brand sun care products are buy one get one half off. ♪ i'm upset ♪ $50 on my head -- >> that is drake. he made history with his latest scorpion album. seven top 10 songs simultaneously. no one has done that since 1964, hattle band beatles. inspired a danceenge all over the internet. odell beckham doing it, russell wilson and singer ciar in on it. >> actor sasha cohen is angering
3:54 am
sarah palin, vice-presidential candidate. sherote an angry message on facebook saying he faked being an injured veteran flying hero d.c. for what turned out to be a phony interview. mlin writes,k politicians and innocent public personalities all you want how dare you mock those who served the country. it airs sunday. >> all of us reporters have there. we're out in the field, we're trying to do a live shot andur mother n has other plans for us. that is exactly what happened in phoenixn w a meteorologist was blown away trying to bravehat monsoon. that was crystal henderson. she had a cap and umbrella 75 mile an hour winds, it left soaked and lesson learned. >> you might not believe your eyes if you saw these fire flies. about changing from a manual to an electric toothbrush. but my hygienist said going electric could lead to way cleaner teeth. she said, get the one inspired by dentists,
3:55 am
with a round brush head. go pro with oral-b. oral-b's gentle rounded brush head removes more plaque along the gum line. for cleaner teeth and healthier gums. and unlike sonicare, oral-b is the first electric toothbrush brand accepted by the ada for its effectiveness and safety. what an amazing clean!e i'll only usan oral-b! oral-b. brush like a pro. brush like a pro. could light up the room? aveeno® positively radiant sheer daily moisturizer. lightweight hydration for positively radiant skin that lasts. aveeno®. naturally beautiful results®. happy anniversary dinner, darlin'. can this much love be cleaned by a little bit of dawn ultra? oh yeah one bottle has the grease cleaning power of three bottles of this other liquid. a drop of dawn and grease is gone.
3:56 am
(alex trebek $8,000. over $8,000. hy is this number so important? because $8,508 is the average cost of a funeral. if yalready planned how to help cover your final expenses, like this one, great. but if you haven't, i'm here to tell youbout the number one most popular whole life insurance plan through the colonial penn program. if you're between age 50 and 85, the good news is it's not too late, because you cat here, right now. so call now. you wo alone. over half a million people called last year for free information. options start at $9.95 a month, less than 35 cents a day. price, if you're on a tight budget or a fixed income. there are noh questions
3:57 am
and no medical exam. your acceptance is guanteed. options start at $9.95 a month, if you have health problems, and you cannot be charged a higher rate for any health reason. best of all, unlike many plans, once you're covered, your r and can never go up for any reason. you get a lifetime rate lock guarantee, plus a 30-day money back guarantee. so call now for free information, and you'll also gethis free be. this valuable guide is a great help for you and the loved ones you leave behind. use it to record mportant information and elpful direction about your final wishes. and it'sliours free just for cng. so call now.
3:58 am
how it happened and why neighbors say the accident has been -- for other teens. chuck? after a 96 degrees alert yesterday, finally little cooler weather. how about weekend rain chance
3:59 am
good wednesday morning i'm eun yang. i'm karelaaron gihrist. we'll get to melissa mollet in a
4:00 am
moment. first we'll check in with meteorologists chuck b l and sheena parveen. it was a hot day yesterday. what about today? ble fan rday was a d day. >> i had a dog leash. >> we'll get you a hat next time. >> a brim hat. >> okay. it works, though. you need to be in the shade. today you nd to be in the shade. >> i'll try anything. >> can you do the weather? >> bye, chuck. see you in a littlebit. >> another hot one. look at the temperatures. 81 degrees. it's 81 in annapolis. yesterday morning we were in the 60s in the suburbs. now 70s. quit a bit warmer. here is your wake-up weather. might noticelouds around by 8:00.


info Stream Only

Uploaded by TV Archive on