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hillary clinton and the fbi after no charges, no charges are recommended in clinton's e-mails controversy. claiming a rigged system and accusing the clintons of bribery. protests break out overnight, disturbing video capturing the moment two police officers pin down a man and then shoot and kill him. cnn is certainly following this story this morning. good morning and welcome to "early start." i'm george howell. >> nice to see you again, george. i'm christine romans, wednesday, july 6th, it's 5:00 a.m. in the east. it's not just hillary clinton but also the fbi drawing the ire of donald trump in his newest attack. the presumptive republican nominee calling the system totally rigged. this after the fbi director james comey recommends no charges against clinton for the way she handled her e-mail as secretary of state. trump on the campaign trail late last night north carolina telling thousands that clinton must have bribed comey's boss
loretta lynch. >> attorney general is sitting there saying you know if i get hillary off the hook, i'm going to have four more years, eight more years, but if she loses, i'm out of a job. it's a bribe. it's a disgrace. it's a disgrace. she is laughing at the stupidity of our system, she is laughing and so is her husband bill. >> the trump campaign seizing on a political opening against his rival. let's get the very latest from that from cnn politics reporter sarah m murray, she is travelin with the trump campaign in atlanta. >> reporter: the fbi may not be moving forward with recommending charges against hillary clinton, but that did not stop donald trump from offering a searing indictment not only of hillary clinton but of bill clinton and president obama when he was campaigning in raleigh, north carolina yesterday evening. here is just a sampling of what he had to say about clinton.
>> and we've got hillary clinton who's weak, who is ineffective, she'll never be able to do the job. her judgment is horrible. look at her judgment on e-mails. who would do it? look at her judgment. her judgment is horrible. all right. her judgment is horrible. now, who said that about hillary? bernie sanders said her judgment is bad. she's got bad judgment. okay. let me tell you whether it's isis, whether it's trade, whether it's borders, whether it's jobs, it's going to be four more years of the same thing. the last thing we need is another clinton or the last thing we need is an obama-clinton in the white house. >> reporter: now, trump tried to use this as a way to drive home the message that the system is rigged against average americans and stacked in favor of people against the clintons who put
special interests ahead of common working men. but also took swipes at the obamas saying watching the white house is like watching a carnival act. trump appeared tonight with senator bob corker. that's not the only v.p. tryout we'll see this week. he's expected to campaign with newt gingrich in ohio today. sighs of relief at the clinton campaign this morning after fbi director comey announce hd he is recommending against charges related to the clinton e-mail situation because he says no reasonable prosecutor would pursue a case against her. but comey's scathing criticism of clinton calling her use of a private server, quote, extremely careless and questioning her judgment could further damage clinton's credibility in the eyes of voters. >> although we did not find clear evidence that secretary
clinton or her colleagues intended to violate laws governing the handling of classified information, there is evidence that they were extremely careless in their handling of very sensitive highly classified information. even if information is not marked classified in an e-mail, participants who know who are should know that the subject matter is classified are still obligated to protect it. to be clear, this is not to suggest that in similar circumstances a person who engaged in this activity would face no consequences. to the contrary, those individuals are often subject to security or administrative sanctions but that's not what we're deciding now. >> here's how it all broke down, the fbi found of 30,000 e-mails that clinton handed over to the state department, 110 of them contained information that was classified at the time sent. of those, comey said a very small number were classified. that contradicts clinton's
campaign that none of the e-mails were classified when she sent or received them. the justice department will have the say on whether or not to charge clinton but is expected to follow the fbi's recommendation on that. >> criminal charges against hillary clinton look very unlikely. that hardly settles the political battle over her e-mail. joining us to discuss what comes next cnn reporter and fellow early bird adam scott. we've got the fbi, clinton careless, not criminal. "the wall street journal," clinton careless, not criminal. i rarely see the same headline. then "the washington post," more. again. look, this puts uncertainty behind the hillary clinton campaign, no question. now this is uncertainty off the table. but it did give an opening for donald trump to continue to
hammer this idea again and again that she's not trustworthy. >> very much so. this did not help hillary clinton. i saw it yesterday on social media someone refer to it as an indictment without an indictment. one should never have expected donald trump to look at comey and go, okay. that was a fair investigation. and now i'll move on. in fact, quite the opposite. trump and his team are doubling down and they're rehashing their concerns about bill clinton's meeting last week with loretta lynch and other issues that lead people to just be further skeptical about clinton. which is why we saw lawmakers call for another investigation yesterday. >> you were seeing trump obviously dig in on this, repeating certain words like her judgment. her judgment, her judgment. guilty. let's listen to a bit of donald trump here and we'll talk about it on the other side. >> based on what was being said, she was guilty.
she was guilty. and it turned out that we're not going to press charges. it's really amazing. >> the laws are very explicit. stupidity is not a reason that you're going to be innocence, okay. today is the best evidence ever that we've seen that our system is absolutely, totally rigged. it's rigged. >> so, eugene, my question for you, it seems like we're seeing two constants, really. we're seeing donald trump float theories about the fbi, the system being rigged. we're seeing another constant of hillary clinton, this e-mail situation. that's nothing new. so, the question, will this new situation, will it move the needle really? >> i think for some people. there certainly are people, i think most people are convinced that something went wrong. i don't think people realized how badly things were mishandled. so people would be frustrated
and disappointed. and that furthers their distrust in hillary clinton. i think the thing that's important to pay attention to, though, while it's very clear on all sides of judgment, it's a major concern, i think for many people, it's just kind of odd coming from donald trump. the idea that his judgment is better than hillary clinton's is not going to get a lot of support by a lot of people including republicans. we have a great story on cnnpolitics.com about republican women for hillary clinton. so despite what trump has said, there are people in his party who would go, yeah, you obviously mishandled the situation but i'm not convinced that you would have done better. >> there is a story line that emerged. the story line, the current president of the united states, who would like to be with the next president of the united states. north carolina a very busy state for both campaigns. but look, that's going to be a bags ground state. this was imagery here that the campaign clearly must have been happy with. the president literally and
figuratively embracing his one-time rival. and his former cabinet secretary here. you know, what does the barack obama approval rating situation, i think it's at 52% right now. how does the president now help hillary clinton, with the e-mail controversy, at least from her perspective resolved, as brian falon said yesterday, resolved can she use rocket boosters now with the president at her side? >> you certainly think so. with the speech yesterday, i felt that the president was directly responding toed fbi announcement by rehashing and bringing up the points that he has repeatedly mentioned about hillary clinton regarding her superiority to donald trump. saying things like she still remains the most qualified candidate. she is the best prepared. she does more than tweet. he made it very clear that
regardless of what just happened that she's still the best option. i think he was trying to talk to the base and people on the bubble and still uncertain who was approaching it to say now what do we do considering all of this. i think president obama went ahead and said she is still the one, the best one to lead the country. >> you know, you certainly can bet that the clinton campaign was just wishing that the timing would have been a little different, rolling out with the president, at the same time the big announcement coming out. a little awkward. eugene, thank you so much. hillary clinton expected to mock donald trump's business practices and bruankruptcies at rally in atlantic city. right there where his name is emblazoned on casinos. trump has filed four bankruptcies, all involving his atlantic city hotels and casinos. the most recent in 2009 with trump entertainment resorts.
trump hotel and casino reports filed in 2004. two more properties filed in the early 1990s. the trump taj mahal may have been the personally most painful. trump gave up half his stake in the company. he had to sell his yacht and part of his business. his most supporter was carl icahn. chapter 11 protection let the companies stay in business. no private company has filed more times over the past 30 years. what you'll hear from hillary clinton, she will try to say donald trump takes on massive debts and when his business fails, it is the suppliers, the small businesses who are creditors. the employees and his investors who take the fall. >> but question for those loyal voters on the trump train, these
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cell phone video captures police shooting and killing an african-american man outside of a louisiana convenience store. what led up to this deadly confrontation. good morning, everyone. welcome back to "early start." i'm christine romans. >> i'm george howell. 30 minutes past the hour. it's not just hillary clinton. it's also the fbi getting the ire of donald trump in his newest attack the presumptive republican nominee now calling the system, quote, totally rigged. this after fbi director james comey announced no charges against hillary clinton for the way she handled her e-mail. trump in north carolina telling a crowd of thousands of people that clinton must have bribed comey's boss attorney general loretta lynch to avoid jail time. listen. >> i mean, the attorney general is sitting there saying if i get hillary off the hook, i'm going to have four more years or eight more years but if she loses, i'm
out of a job. it's a bribe. it's a disgrace. it's a disgrace. she is laughing at the stupidity of our system. she is laughing and so is her husband bill. >> trump taking the opportunity here to seize on a political opening against his rival. let's get the very latest from cnn politics reporter sara murray traveling with the trump campaign in north carolina. >> reporter: good morning, christine and george. well, the fbi may not be moving forward with recommending charges against hillary clinton but that did not stop donald trump from offering a searing indictment, north of hillary clinton, but of bill clinton and president obama when he was campaigning in raleigh, north carolina yesterday even. here is just a sampling of what he had to say about clinton. >> and we've got hillary clinton who's weak, who's ineffective, she'll never be able to do the job. her judgment is horrible. look at her judgment on e-mails. who would do it? look at her judgment.
her judgment is horrible. all right. her judgment is horrible. now, who said that about hillary? bernie sanders said her judgment is bad. she's got bad judgment. okay? now, let me tell you, whether it's isis, whether it's trade, whether it's borders, whether it's jobs, it's going to be four more years of the same thing. the last thing we need is another clinton or the last thing we need is another an obama-clinton in the white house. >> reporter: now, trump tried to use this as a way to drive home his message that the system is rigged against average americans and stacked in favor of people like the clintons who put special interests ahead of common working men but he as took swipes at president obama saying looking at the white house is like watching the carnival contact.
the hunt for a v.p., donald trump appeared tonight with tennessee senator bob corker but that is someone. he doesn't know particularly well but he spent time getting to know one another. he's expected to campaign with newt beginning rim in ohio today. back to you, guys. >> thanks, sara. a huge uncertainty is out of the way at the clinton campaign this morning after the fbi director announced he is recommending against charges related to hillary clinton's e-mail. because no reasonable prosecutor, he said, would pursue a case against her. but comey's criticism of her calling her use of private server extremely careless and questioning her judgment that could further clinton'sability in the eyes of voters. >> to we did not find evidence that secretary clinton and others in mishandling of information there is evidence that they were extremely
careless in their handling of very sensitive, highly classified information. even if information is not marked classified in an e-mail, participants who know or should know that the subject matter is classified are still obligated to protect it. to be clear, this is not to suggest that in similar circumstances a person who engaged in this activity would face no consequences. to the contrary. those individuals are often subject to security or administrative sanctions, but that's not what we're deciding now. >> yeah. the headline across the country this morning, careless not criminalization the fbi. the fbi found that of 30,000 e-mails secretary clinton handed over to the state department, 110 contained information that was classified at the time they were sent. 110 of those, comey said, quote, a very small number were marked classified. that contradicts clinton's, repeated claim, that none of the e-mails were marked classified when she sent or received them. the justice department will have
the final say on whether or not to charge clinton. but virtually no one expects that the justice department will defy the fbi investigation. >> the big headlines yesterday, no criminal charges against clinton looking very likely at this point but that hardly settles the battle over the e-mail. let's bring in political reporter eugene scott. good to have you. look, let's talk about this. the fbi director saying no charges against clinton. clinton's campaign obviously breathing a sigh of relief. but here's the thing, it seems like the speaker of the house is not giving up on this. take a listen. >> we're going to have hearings, jason chaffetz, chairman of the government oversight committee is going to be calling up james comey to answer questions. he didn't answer any questions with the president. and our judiciary committee sent questions. there are a lot of questions that need to get answers to. >> speaker ryan wants more investigation. eugene, clinton not out of the
woods yet? >> no, not at all. to some degree, that's not very surprising. we didn't think that this would settle the situation, especially with republicans. but i think what remains to be seen and what people want to know is, what will this investigation produce? what will the results be? of course, what will it cost taxpayers. and what will happen if republicans find out more information that they're looking for, can this change what the justice department will end up doing? it's not likely. will the fbi go ahead and come up with a different conclusion or solution? i understand that there's more interest in what happened. but it's not very clear that what this next move will do will prove to be beneficial for the republicans in november. >> it certainly take uncertainty off the table over in brooklyn where the clinton campaign is, no question. i mean, they've obviously been waiting for this investigation to wrap up. and, again, the papers across the country, "the wall street journal," fbi says careless, not criminal.
the. were. same headline. >> you never see that. >> never see that. clinton careless, not criminal. the new york post talking clinton scathe, hill skates. and donald trump in rally, really just holding on to this. maybe this is something in the rear view mirror for the clinton campaign. her spokesman brian fallon said this is resolved. but for donald trump it's not resolved. it gives him more ammunition to talk about a rigged system even accusing the administration of bribery. listen to what he said about a rigged system. >> based on what was being said, she was guilty. she was guilty. and it turned out that we're not going to press charges. it's really amazing. the laws are very explicit, stupidity is not a reason that
you're going to be innocent, okay. it's not a reason. today is the best evidence ever that we've seen that our system is absolutely, totally rigged, it's rigged. >> so this plays right to the core, eugene, of what has been appealing to donald trump to his supporters. >> very much so. we saw talk on social media yesterday from both the left and the right that the situation, the system looks rigged. and there's some clear belief that the situation would have ended differently had there been someone involved less powerful and less influential than hillary clinton. >> the fbi director was appointed by a republican, right? >> yeah. >> a ten-year term, meant to be sort of divorced if you will from the political winds in washington by definition. >> yeah, but i think a lot of the concern that people saw or making about the system being rigged wasn't based on politics, it was based on power.
and that's not something unique to either side. the thought is if you are wealthy, if you are powerful, if you have influence, you get the benefits that people from the working class do not. and i think what obama was trying to highlight yesterday on the campaign trail was that even in trump believes that the system was rigged, he's certainly not the best person to obama to fix it and work for the working class who believes hillary clinton is. >> you know, let's talk about the optics of the other day, eugene, you have the fbi director announcing no charges. at the same time, you're seeing the president of the united states on the campaign trail with hillary clinton. >> and those are the visuals that the clinton campaign wants voters to see. so, this was a really awkward situation for them, wasn't it? >> yeah, very much so. i mean, it was the big elephant in the democratic room, just watching them talk about this, without talking about it, and certain, not directly. this is not how i think people wanted to start the week off after the holiday weekend. it was very fascinating.
if you remember yesterday, we started the morning talking about donald trump and his controversial tweets but that hit the wayside very quickly after this fbi announcement. >> yeah, it was a very busy day in campaign land. it will be another busy day, hillary clinton going to atlantic city where i suspect she will mock donald trump's business habits. and just very -- we got a convention coming up in less than two weeks. there's a lot more going on. >> we do. >> thanks, eugene. >> what a political cycle. i've never seen anything like that. 41 minutes past the hour. breaking news this morning. the cell phone video capturing the very moment police kill an african-american man outside of a convenience store in baton rouge, louisiana. what led up to this deadly confrontation. we're going to explore that, next.
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we are polling the story of an african-american man killed by police in louisiana. his family set to hold a news conference at city hall in batten ruegbat on rouge in a few hours' time. it's a video that shows when police shot alton sterling in front of a convenience store. graphic video, authorities say officers responded when an anonymous caller reported that a man selling cds outside of a store pointed a gun at someone.
witnesses say police tried to use a taser but when it didn't disable him, they tackled sterling. [ bleep ]. >> oh. >> oh, my god. >> they shot him? oh, kn my goodness. >> this is an ongoing investigation. we're going to review video, we're going to review audio. we have witnesses, non. biased witnesses, we're going to interview them. >> my brother didn't deserve it. >> we froze that disturbing video seconds before the fatal shot. keep that in mind. hundreds protested the shooting. some carrying signs chanting "black lives matter" and "hands
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the one and only chris cuomo joins us. >> absolutely. we have a lot of breaking news happening at this hour. protests, as you mentioned, george, a call for investigation after a shooting in baton rouge where a black man was shot and killed. we're going to show you the cell phone video that captures a lot of this confrontation. plus, the big outrage over hillary clinton's e-mail issues now donald trump is reacting very strongly. we'll have lawmakers from both sides of the aisle talking about how this controversy plays out as a political question. we're also going to have lawyers take it on, because this was a legal determination. we'll show you both sides of it. everyone is going to talk about it in terms of politics, christine. but this was a legal determining a made by the fbi and we'll take you through what the different elements were. >> chris cuomo, thanks for that. nobody better to do it. thanks. americans making the worst investments this week. why could it it be.
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welcome back. we're following breaking news this morning in the case of oscar pistorius. that saga coming to a dramatic conclusion in a courtroom in south africa. a judge there sentencing the paralympic gold medalist known as the blade runner to six years in prison for the murder of his girlfriend. let's go live to international correspondent david mckenzie live in pretoria with the very latest. david, this decision came as a surprise to many. >> reporter: good morning, george. yes, it did, to many experts who thought that pistorius would be heading to prescriptionen for murder for at least ten years. but the judge felt there are mitigating circumstances, and in her sentencing, she said that the remorse that pistorius showed for killing his then girlfriend on valentine's day
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video you're about to see which by the way is considered graphic. now would be a good time to have your children leave the room. this video was shot by an individual sitting in a parked vehicle in the parking lot of a convenience store early tuesday morning. now, it's very short but prompting serious questions on the ground in baton rouge. >> reporter: hundreds of protesters taking to the streets in baton rouge after this graphic video circulated on social media of a deadly encounter wean police and a man at a convenience store. according to police, two officers responded to an anonymous call just after midnight on tuesday. the caller said a man selling cds outside of the store threatened him with a gun. the officer attempted to subdue 37-year-old alton sterling. the store owner said that one officer used a taser but sterling remained on his feet. sterling is then tackled by an officer over the hood of a car
as officers wrestled to restrain sterling, someone yells -- >> he's got a gun. >> reporter: sterling was then shot several times at point blank range. >> i couldn't believe it i really want to know more about what happened about the whole situation because my brother didn't deserve it. >> reporter: they apparently fell off during the alteration. they have placed them on administrative leave. >> we're going to review the video, the audio. we have non-biassed witnesses here. we're going to bring them down to the station. >> reporter: the coroner reporting that sterling died of multiple gun shot wounds to the back. >>