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in just hours, donald trump, ben carson and the rest of the republicans running for president take the debate stage. who will come out on top? >> a decision comes today, an officer body slamming a student, will he be fired? >> a four minute blackout a matchup between the royals and the mets. >> good morning, welcome to
"early start." >> it's wednesday, october 28. in hours, republican candidates take the stage for a crucial debate. the first one with ben carson, he jumped ahead of the new "new york times" cbs poll, he is within the margin of error. on the defensive. >> reporter: good morning, john, christine, donald trump showed up here in sioux city, iowa a new poll shows strump trailing ben carson by 4% nation wide. it comes after a string of polls show trump is hein here in iowa. trump is pressing his supporters to work harder. ees not giving up on victory here. >> by the time, i am at the top
of the polls. iowa, will you get your numbers out, please? would you get these numbers up? i promise you, i will do such a good job. >> trump also took a couple swipes at carson last night, basically saying he couldn't believe his competition. all this is coming ahead on the debate stage in bowler tonight. this the a debate where trump's campaign feels the candidate is in his wheel house. it is focused on economic and policy issues trump can put something up to it. >> one interesting dynamic to watch. he sped up. he's not afraid to talk about it. he says he's tired of some of the ideas the candidates are calling them ridiculous
and hysterical. listen to this. >> i've about had it with these people. we got one person saying we ought to have a 10% tax that my daughters will have the rest of their lives to pay off. i say, have no tax, a chicken in every pot one guy says we ought to take ten or 11 million people and pick 'em up. i don't know where we're going into their homes, apartments? we will pick them up, scream at them to get out of our country? what ha happened to our pare, to the conservative movement. >> this is a frustrateds. sometimes it's hard to fight through. new this morning. one of florida's largest newspapers calling on for marco rubio to step down while he runs for president.
rubio has accumulated the worst attendance record in the senate. he tells the washington post he is frustrated be i the slow moving chamber him a long-time friend, though, told the post he hates it there. an editorial in the south florida sentinel says, if you hate your would be, senator, follow the lead of house speaker john boehner and resign it. someone that wants to be there, by the way, they endorsed marco rubio in 2010. senator rubio told the state of the union on sunday he is running for president, so the votes they take in the senate are actually meaningful again. >> hillary clinton says she would allow big banks fail if they got in trouble. she would no rescue former banks the way her because president obama did if 2009. >> you are president. >> yes. >> and the banks are failing.
do we let them fail? >> yes. yes. >> we let them fail? >> yes. yes. first of all, under dodd frank, that is what will hatch, because we now have stress tests. i'm going to impose a risk fee on the big bank if they engage in ricky behavior. they have to know, their shareholders have to know that, yes, they will fail. if they're do big to fail, ten under my plan and others that have been proposed, they may have to be broken up because if you can't manage it, it's more likely. >> do you think the big bailouts started under the bush administration. saving the banking administration, she is talking about all of these different plans and rules and regulations to make sure they don't get to that point again, where they could need to be saved. she has surged to a huge 41-point lead over bernie sanders in that monmouth
university poll before the house committee and jill biden's decision not to enter the race. clinton is now the choice of almost two-thirds of iowa democrats. >> i was there, donna hasn't endorsed anyone in this race, when that poll number came out, she went, that's the big, big number. >> it is, a major action on capitol hill, house republican leaders passing a budget agreement. house leaders placebo, at least they hoep, there are enough votes to pass the bill as soon as today. this is despite pretty strong opposition from some republicans that feel boehner gave too much away. >> it's an actual bipartisan compromised, which hasn't happened in washington a lot lately in the agreement isn't good by any means. the alternative is a clean debt ceiling release, without any
entitlement reforms. so this is a good deal. >> it's hard for me not to use profanity in describing it. it's a bill that shows careless disregard for debt. it will raise the debt with no limit. it basically is a blank check to raise money and spend as much until march, 2017. >> rand paul says he will filibuster. also, today, house republicans are expected to nom flooit nate ryan. ryan was not involved over the budget deem. he says the secret stinks, although, he won't say whether he supportings it or not. it might stink, but he might be willing to clean it up. >> cleaning up the barn for him. a group of house republicans making a last ditch effort to impeach the irs, they are
introducing the ouster of him. he probed the irs targeting of comp servetive groups in 2012. he promised the agency would do better after preserving e-mails. >> defense secretary ash carter,aling a change. he told the senate armed services committee could include american boots on the ground. >> we won't hold back from supporting capable partners in opportunistic calls. whether by zriex in the air or direct action on the ground. >> the white house says it has to decide on a campaign. >> the united states and its allies are inviting iran to talk over syria's future. the iranians have yet to reply.
the next round of diplomatic negotiations set for thursday and friday. the senate approved a cyber security measure that will help companies share now every day americans. >> all right. time for an early morning, asian stocks closed lower. waiting on news from the federal reserve. no interest rate hike, the fed's read could give clues if an increase is likely in december. walgreens is buying rite aid, it would create the biggest pharmacy. rite aids would keep their names
initially but would be converted over time. in an aging population and a focus frankly on wellness for that aging population, still we have to pass ain't trust review. all right the world series, world chaos overnight the kansas city royals won a marathon opener. it was 5-4 after 14 innings. if game was over when i woke up this morning. the longest game winner in world series history there. it's a game time home run. it was his first blown save since july. >> that guy never does that and the game is so horrifyingly embarrassing in the 4th inning.
electronics failure led to the power outage. the game was delayed six minutes, neither team had retaking ability. it was another 20 minutes before it came back, so it was like being called by an undisclosed team in an undisclosed location somewhere far. another bit of sad drama the royals starting pitcher played the game unaware his father had died earlier in the day. his family ask it not be reported, he not be told until he pitched the game. volquez left to be with his family. it's not clear when he will rejoin the team. the royals on the first pitch on matt harvey, an in the park home
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just a few hours in south carolina the richlands county sheriff will decide if officer fields will keep his job. he's the resource officer caught on video throwing a high school student to the ground tchltd civil rights division, the fbi and university of south carolina agreed to look into the events surrounding that arrest. we are hearing from students who are in that classroom. >> we've heard about his reputation. we heard he is a really, i don't
want to say, yeah, i don't want to say dangerous man to get involved in on that level. so when he came into the classroom and told my classmates, get your phones out, get your phones out, i think this is going to go downhill and they did. >> reporter: miguel marquez has more. >> reporter: john, christine, an emotional day here in south carolina with teacher and parents coming to grips. it's shocking a lot of people in this area a. board meeting was held last night and most of the parents that attended didn't express a lot of anger. some did. they were as particularly angry about that relationship across the country between police officer and the african community and the church shooting here earlier in the year. that's so very fresh in people's minds. they see this video in that
context now and it is really created a lot of anger, a lot of fear, that if if board and the sheriff doesn't deal with this in a direct way, there will be consequences. we have seen none of this angry protest. the sheriff called for an independent investigation. in 24 hours, he will have a decision on deputy fields fate. >> this is something not only people but the world wants to know what's going to happen to him, will he be deployed or terminated? i want a quick decision but be fair and do a thorough investigation. that's what we have done. >> reporter: can you tell us which way you are leaning? >> really, i don't think that's proper for me to describe which
way i'm leaning. that's probably pretty much speaks for itself. >> one other. it came as a bit of a surprised, there has been allegations that this was racially motivated. look, we've never seen this by haifa your. i want to tell you howe all. he had a long-term relationship with an african-american woman, if it would cut either way, i would think it would cut in the favor that this young woman is accused of assaulting. a south carolina prosecutor will not bring charges against a 19-year-old during an attempted drug arrest in july. graphic new video from officer mark tiller's dash cam shows him approaching zachary hammonds car in a, paing lot. her report calls the way tiller
walked up to the vehicle with his gun drawn improper. she said till ar's belief he would be run over justifies that shooting. los angeles city council passed a new measure to store firearms and lock could have been tainers. the law which goes into effect next month aims to reduce gun accidents among children. it is the challenge by dozens of groups, including the nra. strong winds, heavy winds in the east today. >> good wednesday morning john and christine the wet weather the dominant picture t. uniform generally in the fifts 50s from atlanta to new york city if storm system interacts with the storm system you put it together a. major wind event interacting. you see these isobars.
we do have high surf advisories over this region and wind gusts spread coastal yoouj new jersey, notice into the early morning hours, some flights will be bumpy especially upon landing as well. so the wet wetsdz expected on monday. expected to stick around for much of thursday as well. models taint the picture the next 36 hours. one to two inches. more than four inches to fall inside the next day-and-a-half, guys. a pretty wet setup. >> if you live in the northeast, it will suck. >> that's a way of saying heart breaking overnight. china furious over that navy warship. we are live with new developments next.
in. >> all right. breaking overnight, syria's diplomatic tensions, a u.s. naval ship sailed within miles of artificial islands built and claimed by beijing in the south china sea the u.s. is challenging its territorial claims. it's a serious provocation politically and militarily. the latest from beijing, often
the diplomatic talks is very calm. it's wrapped up in mutually beneficial kind of wordage, verbiage. this time very sharp of sending a destroy within 12 miles of its man-made islands. >> that's right, christine, as you mentioned, the u.s. bead was summoned and got a severe dressing down t. message was consistent with what other officials have been saying publicly that the u.s. action harmed chinese national security and that was a severe provocation. china wanted them to face mistakes or face consequences, interestingly, christine, be every this mission, chinese officials have been privately telling me, they were perplexed by the u.s. insistence by going with this plan, a successful visit to the u.s., these
officials say of course the two governments do not see eye to eye, dialogue and confrontations are the way to go. that kind of sense can explain why the response has been quick. >> are the chinese likely to follow up strong words with bringing in the combaed and giving him a dressing down is one way to responsd, are there other things we expect the chinese to do? >> they've certainly hinted on that, yesterday, a foreign ministry spokesman said the u.s. option may force the chinese to conclude it will need to strengthen or hasten its relevant capability, certainly a reference to reference to m capabilities. what does that mean? more island building? more aircraft in the air? we don't know. >> that has the prospects of raising tensions.
it could make this issue for serious down the road. >> the united states thinks that building islands basically out of sand bars and calling them your own territory is not going to fly in international waters, the chinese defending their ability to do so. we will hear more on this. thank you so much. >> a huge night in politic, debate nate in colt with been carson now surging ahead of donald trump in a new pom, what does it mean? will donald trump go on the attack tonight?
just hours from now the republicans will take the debate stage in a forum in a way they have never done so before with ben carson on top of the national poll. what does it meap? >> new information revealed on an arrest caught on camera. will that police officer be fired? so kind of the strangest game in world series history. 9th inning dramatics in an electronic blackout that practically ruined the whole game for millions of viewers. wow, well cam back to "early start" i'm john berman. >> i'm christine ra mans, in just hours, republican candidates take the stage for a crucial debate the first one with ben carson on top in a national pom.
the newer o surgeon leads by 4 points. that was enough to put donald trump in uncharted territory campaigning in iowa. donald trump on the defensive. cnn's sarah murray was there. she has the latest. >> good morning, john, christine, donald trump showed up here in skoou sioux city iowa with more bad news, a new "new york times" pull showed trump is trailing 4% nationwide. it comes after a string of polls shows strump behind here in iowa. trump took to the stage here in the hawkeye state, pressing his reporters to work harder saying he is not giving up on victory here. >> from the time aannounced, i have been at the top of the polls, we're doing well iowa will you get your numbers up, plea please? him when you get these numbers up?
i promise you, i will do is up a good job. >> trump also took a couple swipes at carson last night, basically saying he couldn't believe his competition. all this will come to a debate stage. it's focused on issues. trump with put something on the business records. something he thinks he will shine. one interesting dynamic to watch tonight ohio governor john kasich down around 34% in the polls. he is fed up. he says he's flat out tired at some of the ideas his republican candidates are pushing. he calls them crazy, ridiculous, hysterical. listen to this. >> i've about had it with these people. we have one person saying we ought to have a 10% draft tax.
my father daughters will spend the rest of their lives paying off. why do we have no taxes? get rid of them all a. chicken in every pot on top of it. we have one guy that says we ought to take ten or 11 million people and pick 'em up. i don't know whether we will go in their holes, their apartments? we will pick them up. scream at them to get out of our country. what has happened to our party. what has happened to the conservative movement. >> he said no taxes at all. you can hear people say, no taxes at all. >> that's ridiculous. one of florida's large newspapers calling on senator marco rubio to step down. in the senate, rubio tells the washington post he is frustrated by the slow moving senate arc long-time friend told the post, he quote hates it there.
an editorial in the sun sentinel says, if you hate your job, senator, follow the honorable lead and resign it. he wants to be there and earn and honest dollar for an honest day's work. rubio said he is running for president so the votes they take in the senate are actually meaningful again. this paper you pointed out endorsed him. >> hillary clinton said as president, he would let big banks fail if they got into trouble. overnight, he told steven kohlberg she would not rescue the banks like george bush did at the end of his administration. listen. >> you are president. >> yes. >> and the banks are failing, do we let them fail this time? >> yes. yes. yes. >> we let them fail this time? >> yes. yes. first of all, under dodd frank, that is what will happen. because we now have stress tests
and i'm going to impose a risk fee on the big bank if they engage in risky behavior. but that i have to know, their shareholders have to know, question, they will fame. if they're do big to fail, then under my plan and others that have been proposed, they may have to be broken up. if you can't manage it. it's more likely to fail. >> nothing makes a late comedy show than a healthy bank regulation. clinton surged to a huge 41-point lead over bernie sanders in iowa. this is a new monmouth university poll vice president biden's decision not to enter the race. nearly two-thirds of caucus goers. >> there is major action on capitol hill today house republicans leaders are
scrambling house leaders believe there are enough votes to pass the bill, as soon as today, despite furious opposition. >> it's an actual bipartisan compromise, which hasn't been happening in washington lately. >> the agreement isn't perfect by any mean the alternative is a clean debt ceiling increase without additional support for our troops and any entitlement reforms. so this is a good deal. >> it's hard for me not to use profanity in describing him. it's a bill that shows careless disregard for debt. it will raise the debt with no limit. it basically is a dote raise as much money through march, 2017. house republicans expected to nominate, paul ryan as the next speaker. ryan was not directly involved in the budget deal him he says
the process to make it stinks. it gives him a clean slate to start with. >> i think he will put up with the stench. the the republicans in the house oversight committee introduced a resolution calling for the ouster of john cannon. they say the irs is targeting conservative groups in 2012. they promised the senate committee tuesday the agency would do better at preserving records like e-mails. the u.s. stocks futures a bit more upbeat. not very much. no interest rate hike is expected. we will get a read on the xi and possible clues of the likelihood of a possible rate hike. some of the information of late pointed to a slow down, especially in the industrial sector. we will closely watch to see if the feds have something about
that apple did it again, sales boomed. apple sold 48 million iphone, the money grew 36%. customers bought a record number of macs, apple music and other category, includes tv and watches, ipads, though, the economy struggles. here is a stunning fact. the number just blows my mind. at the end of the quarter, apple had $206 billion cash in the bank. think about. that that's enough to give every american $600 each or it's bicker than market caps like five or six of your favorite brands put together. it's unbelievable. >> it's crazy. >> i got about 16 bucks in my pocket right now. >> the world series, i think it's still going on, it's the
longest game one in world series history. the royals put the game into extra innings with that. a clutch game tying home run who had not allowed a run the entire pos post-season. high drama not necessarily on the field fox news knocked off the air in the 4th inning. the game was delayed capably. it was 20 minutes before the fox broad kass came back full. people missed parts of this game. part of it not televazed. it was another interesting twist. a sad twist, involving there
were conflicting reports whether volquez noe knew before he left the mound. he has now left to be with his family. our to the are with him. game two of that series is tonight in kansas city. a violent student arrest caught on camera. you've seen this video. will that officer be fired? his boss speaks to cnn next. [ male announcer ] eligible for medicare?
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. in just a few hours in south carolina the richard i richland county sheriff, he threw a high school student to the ground. the civil rights division, fbi and u.s. attorney in south carolina have agreed to look into the events surrounding the arrest. now hearing from other students inside that classroom. >> we've heard about his reputation and we've heard that he's a really, i don't want to say, yeah, it's hard to stay dangerous man to get involved with, you know, on that level. so when he came in the classment radio, i immediately told my classmates, get your phones out, get your phones out. i think this is going to go downhill. and it did. >> cnn miguel marquez is in south clone. has more for us. >> a very emotional day in columbia, south carolina, people
and parents coming to grips with this video. it's really shocking a lot of people in this area. a board meeting was held last night and most of the parents who attended that board meeting didn't express a lot of anger. some did. and they were as particularly angry about the relationship across the country between police officers and the african-american community. they also talked about the church shooting here in south carolina earlier in the year. that's still very fresh in people's minds. they see this video in that context now. it has created a lot of anger and fear that if the board and the sheriff doesn't deal with this in a very direct way, there are going to be consequences so far, we have seen none of that sort of angry protest in this episode. the sheriff here has been very quick to respond, calling for an independent investigation, which the fbi is now going to do, even within 24 hours he said he will
have a decision on deputy field' fate. >> this is something not only people in richland county but the world want to know, what is going to happen to him. is he going to be employed here or terminated? i think everybody should make a quick decision. i also want to be fair and do a thorough investigation. that's what we have done. >> can you tell, sheriff, which way you are leaning? >> no, really, i don't think that's proper for me to zrooib dwieb, i think the video is very express it and that's probably pretty much speaks for itself. >> now, one other. the sheriff said during that press conference, it came as a bit of a surprise, there have been allegations this was somehow racially motivated. the sheriff said, look, we've never seen that sort of behavior out of this officer. i've never seen this out of this deputy. i want to tell you all, he has had a long-term relationship with an african-american woman. if it were to cut anyway said
the sheriff, i think it would cut towards the favor of this young woman the deputy is accused of assaulting. >> thank you for that. breaking overnight, sharp who ready from china, china summoning the u.s. ambassador, fur russ over a navy warship that sailed into international waters claimed by the chinese. we are live with this diplomatic ruffled feather next. in.
diplomatic tension as china calls out the u.s. ambassador to that country. a u.s. naval ship passed within miles of an artificial island built and claimed by beijing in the south china sea. china's ambassador to the u.s. says the u.s. challenging claims are quote a very serious provocation politically and militarily. cnn has the latest for us from beijing. you know, the u.s. defense secretary yesterday, stephen, barely wanted to admit the u.s. passed within 12 miles of the island. but it was a clear message to u.s. allies, japan and the philippines in that region. >> that's right, john the u.s. is telling china it does not recognize its claim of these territories of man made islands. but as you mentioned, the u.s. ambassador to china max baucus was summoned here and got a severe dressing down.
now the message he received was very krin consistent with what chinese officials have been saying that u.s. action violated chinese sovereignty. beijing wants washington to correct its mistakes or face consequences. now, interestingly, john, before this mission, chinese officials have been telling me privately how frustrated and perplexed they felt ab the u.s. insistence in going ahead with this plan, especially so soon after what they perceived to be a very successful visit to the u.s. by the chinese president. they say both sides see eye to eye, but dialogue and confrontation. in a way, coin sees itself as a victim here. >> that probably explains why their response is so quick and angry. >> they build artificial islands and arm them like it's a military base. that's interesting. what's the next step here for
coin? >> well, they have dropped some hints. the foreign ministry says this action by the u.s. may force the chinese no conclude it will need to strengthen or hasten its build up of certain capabilities. >> that is certainly a reference to military capabilities. what does that mean? more aircraft in the air? we don't know yet. this raised the prospect of rising tensions in the region as well as possible miscalculation on either side. that's something nobody wants to see the conflict between the world's raping and emerging superpowers. >> in beijing, thank you so much, steven. profits booming. but it's not all good news in tech land. okay. which stock is tanking next?
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it's not all rosie, twitter shares tanking before the bell jack dorsey is still the ceo. twitter added just 3 million new users. issued a sluggish outlook going forward. so twitter shares, those are down this morning in pre mark trade. "essenti "early start" starts right now. >> just hours from now, debate in colorado. donald trump and the new gop front runner, according to one poll, ben carson, they will face off. how will this new dynamic affect the race? >> a decision coming today. will the officer caught on camera here, body slamming a student, will he be fired? >> and then world series drama. a four minute blackout, a 14 inning game. a