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so donald trump claims sees going to dig deeper. reaching into his pocket for campaign cash, but can he buy a big comeback with 13 days to go? the nominee just renewed his feud with the gold-star father who lost his son in the iraq war. michelle obama, the first lady of the united states, set to appear side by side with hillary clinton today. good morning. welcome to "early start." i'm john berman. >> i'm christine romans. it is thursday, october 27th.
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4:00 a.m. in the east. is donald trump going to open his wallet in the final weeks of the campaign? he will need to shell out $40 million in 12 days to meet his pledge. more on that in a moment. this morning, donald trump finds himself in a new back and forth with the father of the slain american army captain kahn. overnight, donald trump repeated his claim that khan would still be alive if he were president at the time. khan's father is lashing back. >> had i been president, captain khan would be alive today. we would not be in the horrible, horrible mistake. >> this is the most cruel thing you can say to grieving parents. that if i were there, this would know happen. there is no sincerity in the remarks. >> just a dozen days now to go
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until the election. cnn's jason carroll has the latest from the trump campaign in north carolina. >> reporter: john and christine, at the rally in kingston, he went over familiar points we heard before. he says the national polls showing him running behind hillary clinton are wrong. but he did say that a recent poll out of the state of florida showing him up by two points. he says that one is right. saying that those long lines of early voters, many of those people standing in lines are in fact donald trump supporters. also going after hillary clinton on the issue of obamacare and rising insurance premiums. he took a moment to defend going off the campaign trail for a brief time to promote his new hotel in washington, d.c. >> so i thought i would take an hour or two and run in and cut the ribbon with them at the
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building. to show you how low she is, she says donald trump took time off from the campaign to open a hotel. now, i'm telling you, she wants to sleep all the time. this is not what we need. this is not what we need as a president. >> reporter: at an earlier rally, trump made an effort to reach out to african-americans laying out a plan for jobs and safety and education in the community making an effort to broaden his base and reach african-americans. he took aim at hillary clinton saying she has low energy. trump will make three stops in ohio later today. john and christine. >> jason, thanks so much. trump is claiming that he will open his wallet and put more money in the campaign in the
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next two weeks. dana bash caught up with him outside the hotel in washington, d.c. >> i'll have over $100 million in the campaign. she has all special interest and donors to give her the money. she will do whatever they tell her to do. i will have over $100 million in the campaign. i'm prepared to go more than that. >> trump has a lot of spending to do if he wants to reach that mark. the latest campaign finance numbers shows he loaned the campaign $47.5 million through september. he won't take pay backs. trump contributed $8.5 million. his campaign started with $35 million in cash. he spent $189 million so far. his timing is interesting. his contributions from october 1st to 19th will be released later today. donations after that date are not public until december.
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we don't know how big a check he has written to the campaign until after the election. >> in the language he uses, at one point, i spend $100 million. then he says i will spend. we will know more today. he put a lot of money in. no question about that. reince priebus earlier this year was trying to get him to put more in. new this morning, the clinton campaign is asking the donors to put their money behind senate candidates. clinton has no big fund-raisers scheduled, but instead asking supporters to harry reid's super pac. she needs to pick up four seats to take back control of the senate. a huge move on the campaign trail. first lady michelle obama will join her in north carolina. secretary clinton wrapped up two days in florida. cnn's phil mattingly is there.
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>> reporter: no question the clinton campaign is more comfortable with where they stand. it is not just where they look at the polls. the cnn poll of polls shows a six-point lead. here in florida, the clinton campaign pointed to two and three-point leads. not anymore. latest poll coming out showing donald trump has a two-point lead. the clinton campaign under scores this that the campaign has been trying to make to supporters. now is not the time to pull off. take a listen to what hillary clinton had to say. >> there are 13 days left in the important election. i have to tell you, it is so clear how high the stakes are and i am going to work as hard as i can over these next 13 days
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reaching out to as many people as possible. we can't take our foot off the gas even for a short time. every vote counts. >> reporter: guys the reality is this, trump has real support in the northern part of the state. particularly in the panhandle and north florida. that support if he can get out the vote, it will make the race close. democrats in the state are pointing to early vote numbers where they feel like they are doing much better than 2012. that is before in-person early voting starts this weekend. that is where democrats make up ground. there is no question. florida is crucial for both campaigns. this state has 29 electoral votes. without this state, trump has no chance of winning the white house barring some other thing happening. the clinton campaign knows that. that's why hillary clinton has spent the last few days in florida and back this weekend. they know florida is where they shut the door on the trump
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campaign. >> phil, thank you. new e-mail released from the wikileaks hacks shows the clinton foundation doing well for bill clinton. one time aide outlines the dual role they played and turning relationships with corporate donors into big speaking fees for the former president. one clinton foundation donor banking giant ubs paid him $1.5 million. a lot of the speeches were alongside george w. bush. a lot where they appeared together. the democratic national committee accusing the trump campaign of illegal voter suppression. saying the election is rigged rests on fabricated fraud in the nordic communities. they are giving direct support to trump's claims in violation
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of a long standing legal settlement aimed at banning voter suppression activity. overnight. a flip flop from the important member of congress on donald trump. or a flip-flip. after the primaries. jason chaffetz said he would support trump. then after the "access hollywood" tape came out, he said he would not be able to support trump because he would not be able to look his 15-year-old daughter in the eye. i cannot endorse him, but i am voting for him. hillary clinton is bad for the usa. >> i have never seen an election season where the needle has to be thread so carefully between i will not endorse, but i will vote for. >> a lot of the people said no, no. i'm writing in mike pence. now come back and use language
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like that. very interesting to see. is donald trump gaining ground in the closing days of the campaign? new polling shows races are tightening in the key battleground states. that's next on "early start." wh ro rink e chalky? then get worse? introducing protein shots from 5-hour energy. protein shots from 5-hour energy are smooth and tasty, and still deliver 21 grams of protein with 100 calories. they're great for workouts. so great that if you don't get up to fifteen percent more reps, more laps, more distance, we'll give you your money back - period. protein shots from 5-hour energy. great taste. 100 calories. 21 grams of protein.
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this morning, hillary clinton sits on the six-point lead nationwide in the cnn poll of polls. if you dig down, the numbers suggest the key battleground states could suggest tightening. cnn's john king has the numbers. >> the national poll puts hillary clinton up by three points. it shows a significant lead. 47% to 41% nationally over donald trump as we head to the last 12 days. when you start thinking about can donald trump poll up an epic
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comeback. look in florida. a new bloomberg politics poll out shows donald trump leading in florida. over polls show secretary clinton with the lead. the reasons why are interesting. if you look at why candidates get their support, if this election is about creating jobs and changing washington, donald trump winning by a big margin. if it is who has the right temperament and the role model for children, hillary clinton is that. some other polling out at the state level. battleground new hampshire. a nixed poll here. a closer race of four point clinton lead. she has had a big lead. the nbc/wall street journal shows clinton with a nine-point lead. we leave that one advantage that clinton at the moment. now let's head out west. this one here is encouraging for
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the trump campaign. nevada. key to obama's victories. nbc news poll has it 43% to 43%. a critical state for trump as he tries to get to 270 and critical for hillary clinton as she hopes to block him. let's go to the map that matters most. the race to 270. we still have secretary clinton winning overwhelmingly so. this data makes us think about nevada. maybe trump can take nevada. what about florida? donald trump needs to win florida. if he can do that, she is still above 270, but trump is in play. a steep hill for the final dozen days. trump must win north carolina and ohio. and mike pence in utah. campaigning in the west. these are ruby red west states. he must get them back. if he gets them back, he is in play. even, he needs to change a blue
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state to get there. is trump in play? is the hill steep? absolutely. john king, thanks. fireworks at the senate debate. the democratic nominee and republican nominee were squaring off on live tv. take a look. >> i think it is important for voters to understand the differences between myself and the delegate. otherwise they don't know. you say you are a public university and you want to educate the public, but without having full name public discussion that doesn't happen. how does this serve the public if i am on the ballot? >> she will have to leave now. >> i'm a candidate for u.s. senate and this is how you are treating a candidate? >> she's been battling for months to be included on the debate. with 5% support, she failed to
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reach the 15% threshold required. >> look at the other two candidates there. they don't look comfortable. >> they called for security. ahead on "early start." coalition forces on the move. isis suicide squad pouring in from syria. the pentagon is preparing for a bloody struggle. we are live from the frontlines next. ♪
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troops moving closer to the city. the pentagon expect the fight to be bloody. i want to bring in cnn's michael holmes near mosul for us. bring us up to speed, michael. >> reporter: christine, an active battle field. the suicide squads coming in in the hundreds. wearing suicide belts and coming in from syria. obviously determined to fight to the death. 15 kilometers to the south of mosul, a town which is the last major population center from that direction before mosul. iraqi troops have it surrounded. we are told that inside they have moved, isis moved in some of the better fighters. more capable fighters.
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they are there to try to delay the advance and cause problems. damage as much of the iraqi military equipment as they can and possibly damage morale as troops get closer to mosul. and we heard from locals in mosul today that three houses that were occupied by a squad of isis experts and anti-tank and anti-aircraft weaponry was struck. today, 20 isis fighters, we were told were killed. we heard several isis police officers patrolling the streets of the city have been shaving their beards likely to try to blend in with the local population. a tactic that has been expected and feared. christine. >> thank you for that. michael holmes in mosul. two strong earthquakes hitting central italy. some 50 miles from the site of
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the quake back in august. after the 5.5 magnitude near the town of vista. no reported injuries, but there were reports of historic buildings damaged or destroyed. the world series all even. the cubs beat the indians 5-1 in game two. just like cleveland in game one, the cubs jumped out early behind pitcher jake arrieta. he was all over the plate. it was a weird game. the series now goes back to wrigley field in chicago. game three friday night. the first world series game played at wrigley in 71 years. >> so, you know why they won? they won because i put these on. i said i will wear these all day. we are superstiti superstitious
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>> if they lose, it is because they did not wear the glasses. >> i'm torn between keeping my job and supporting my cubbies. >> our bosses are up watching right now. they are that committed to the news. donald trump pledging to dig deeper with 12 days left for the campaign. a closer look ahead on "early start." [ male announcer ] eligible for medicare?
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donald trump claims he'll dig deeper reaching into his own pocket for campaign cash. donald trump's new feud with the gold star father who lost his son in the iraq war. hillary clinton teams up with her not so secret weapon. first lady michelle obama. campaigning in person for the first time. >> michelle obama is the first lady? oh, my gosh.
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that was a secret? welcome back to "early start." i'm christine romans. >> i'm john berman. will donald trump open his wallet in the final weeks of the campaign? we will have more on that in a moment. this morning, donald trump is in a new back and forth with the father of the slain muslim-american army captain khan who died in iraq war in 2004. trump repeated his claim that his son would still be alive if donald trump were president at the time. but khan's father lashed back. >> had i been president, captain khan would be alive today. we would not be in the horrible mista mistake. >> this is the most cruel thing you can say to grieving parents. if i was there, this would not have happened. there's no sincerity in those
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remarks. >> it does bear repeating that donald trump is on tape saying he supported the invasion of iraq. he was on tape in 2002. the invasion was in 2003. clinton's lead over donald trump is tightening to six points in the cnn poll of polls. cnn's jason carroll has the latest from the trump campaign in north carolina. >> reporter: john and christine, at trump's rally here in kingston, he went over familiar points. he says the national polls and battleground polls showing him running behind hillary clinton are wrong. he says the poll in the state of florida is correct. saying the long lines of early voters are in fact trump supporters. also going after hillary clinton on the issue of obamacare and rising insurance premiums. he took a moment to defend going
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off the campaign trail to promote his hotel in washington, d.c. >> i thought i would take an hour or two and run in and p cut the ribbon with them. to show you how low she is. she says donald trump took time off from the campaign to open a hotel. okay. now she'll do one stop. she wants to sleep all the time. this is not what we need. this is not what we need as a president. >> reporter: at an earlier rally in charlotte, trump once again made the effort to reach out to african-americans offering what he calls his version of the new deal to improve jobs, safety and education in the community. once again to broaden his base and reach african-americans. he also took aim a hillary clinton saying she has low energy. trump for his part will be
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making three stops in ohio later today. john and christine. >> thanks, jason. as we mentioned, trump is claiming he will open his wallet and put it in the campaign in the next few weeks. dana bash caught up with him. >> i'll have over 100 million dollars in the campaign. hillary clinton has nothing in the campaign. she has special interests and donors and they give her the money and she will do whatever they tell her to do. i am prepared to go more than that. >> trump has a lot of spending left to do. the latest campaign finance numbers show trump loaned his campaign $47.5 million through the end of september. he says he won't take paybacks from his campaign on that money. trump is contributing $8.5 million. that is $56 million total. his campaign started with $35 million in cash. he spent $189 million.
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trump's timing is interesting. the contributions from october 1st to 19th will be released later today. donations after that date will not become public until december. we won't know how big a check trump has written to his campaign until after the election. donald trump, that's his campaign. as for hillary clinton, her campaign asking biggest donors to put money behind senate candidates now. she has no more big fund-raisers scheduled. instead, she is asking supporters to send cash to harry reid's super pac. they need to pick up four seats to pick up the chamber. big moment on the campaign trail for hillary clinton. bringing out the big guns. first lady michelle obama joining her in north carolina. secretary clinton wrapped up two days in battleground florida. cnn's phil mattingly is there. >> reporter: john and christine, there is no question over the course of the last couple weeks the clinton campaign has gotten
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a lot more comfortable with where they stand. not as they look at national polling and the cnn poll of polls shows she has a six-point lead consist seently. the latest bloomberg poll showing trump has a two-point lead. the clinton campaign has questions about the poll. it does under score this point that the clinton campaign has been making to supporters. now is not the time to pull off. take a listen to hillary clinton. >> there are 13 days left in the important election and i have to tell you it is so clear how high the stakes are and i am going to work as hard as i can over these next 13 days reaching out to as
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many people as possible. we can't take our foot off the gas even for a short time. every vote counts. >> reporter: guys, reality is this. trump has support in the northern part of the state. particularly in the panhandle and northern florida. if he can get that support out to vote, it will make the race close. democrats in the state are pointing to early vote numbers where they feel like they are doing much better than they did in 2012. before in-person early voting starts this weekend. that's where the democrats make up ground. there's no question about it. florida is crucial for both campaigns. this state has 29 electoral votes. without this state, donald trump has no chance of winning the white house. barring some other type of crazy thing happening. the clinton campaign knows that. that's why hillary clinton has been in florida. they know florida is where they shut the door on the trump
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campaign. >> thank you for that. new released e-mail lays out what some see as a connection with the clinton foundation doing well and doing good for bill clinton. the one aide outlines the dual rule they played for raising funds for the foundation and the speaking fees. and one clinton foundation donor ubs paid bill clinton $1.5 million for speeches. many speeches side by side with george w. bush. and a new lawsuit filed against the republican party. the dnc says trump's claim that the election is rigged rests on fab ri raricated claims in flaw communities.
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it goes way back to the early 1980s in new jersey. the rnc is calling the suit meritless. overnight, a flip from the important member of congress on donald trump. or a flip-flip flop. after the primaries, jason chaffetz said he would support trump. earlier this month after the "access hollywood" video came out, chaffetz said he would not endorse the nominee because he would not be able to look his 15-year-old daughter in the eye. overnight, the tweet, i will not defend or endorse donald trump, but i am voting for him. hillary clinton is that bad. hillary clinton is bad for the usa. >> it is interesting. mike crappo, the senator, in the same path. interesting to see the chart where they go back and forth. 12 days to go. is donald trump gaining ground in the closing days of
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the campaign? we'll give you the lowdown on the new polling inside the numbers next. ♪
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welcome back to "early start." hillary clinton sits on a six-point lead nationwide in the cnn poll of polls. if you dig down, some the key races could be tightening. cnn's john king takes us inside the numbers. >> the fox news poll puts hillary clinton with a three-point lead. now the cnn poll of polls shows a lead of 47% to 41% nationally. when you go to the states, it gets interesting when you think about can donald trump pull off an epic comeback. let's start in florida. look at the numbers in florida.
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bloomberg poll out today shows trump leading 45% to 43%. other polls have shown secretary clinton with the lead. momentum in florida for trump. if you look at why candidates get their support, if this election is about creating jobs and changing washington, trump wins. if it is about who has the right temperament for president and role model for children, hillary clinton wins on that. watch the candidates frame to voters. some other polling out at the state level, battleground nfew hampshire. this poll shows a four point clinton lead. and wall street journal out with a nine-point lead. and now let's head out west. this one here, more encouraging
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news for the trump campaign. nevada. key to obama's victories. the nbc poll has it 43% to 43%. a dead heat in nevada. a critical state for trump as he tries to get to 270. hillary clinton hopes to block him. let's go to the map which is the race for 270. we have secretary clinton winning, but what does the data do? it makes us think about nevada. maybe trump can take nevada. if he does that, he changes the map. what about florida? if he can do that, she is still is above 270, but trump is back in play. still a steep hill for the final dozen days. he must win north carolina and ohio and mike pence campaigning in the west. trump doesn't have these states yet. if he gets them back, he is in play. even then, he needs to change another blue state to get there.
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is trump in play? yes. is the hill still steep? absolutely. >> thank you, john king. fireworks at the senate debate. margaret flowers crashed the stage as two were scoring off on live television. watch this. >> i think it is important for voters to understand the differences between myself and the two candidates. otherwise they don't know. you say you are a public university and want to educate the public, but without having a full public discussion that doesn't happen. how does this serve democracy or the public when i'm on the ballot? >> you will have to leave now. >> i'm a candidate for u.s. senate in maryland. this is how you are treating a candidate? >> she has been battling for months to be included on the debate stage. she is running 5% in the polls. she is not reaching the required
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15% threshold to be there. two controversies over trump properties. the question now is the trump name hurting or helping the brand? that is up next in your money. and still deliver 21 grams of protein with 100 calories. they're great for workouts. so great that if you don't get up to fifteen percent more reps, more laps, more distance, we'll give you your money back - period. protein shots from 5-hour energy. great taste. 100 calories. 21 grams of protein.
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new this morning, officials are assessing damage from two earthquakes that hit central italy. 50 miles north of the especially center that killed people in august. the magnitude 5.5 was followed by a 6.1 quake. cnn's barbie barbeau is live with more. >> reporter: if you look hubehi me, you see the damage. the first earthquake at 7:00
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p.m. last night. the 5.51 opened the fissures in the church. the next earthquake destroyed the frescos. we watch each aftershock. it is really a problem for the people. a lot of the people have been displaced. they are sleeping in tents and sleeping in prefabricated housing already. these earthquakes and aftershocks send them into panic. dozens of people asking for medical help because they are so upset by all of this. it is a difficult situation for the people and obviously for the structures, john. >> what a beautiful location. our heart goes out to the people. barbie nardeau, thank you.
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to venezuela, one police officer killed in violent clashing across the country. anti-government demonstrators are pushing for a vote to recall the president. hundreds of thousands of people taking to the streets days after government officials halted the opposition's recall drive. remarkable. citing multiple cases of voter fraud. each side staging a coup. defense secretary ash carter asked to stand down on enlistment bonuses wrongly given out. carter is responding to public outcry over attempts to collect bonus money ten years after it was disbursed. >> there will be no collections. they are suspended now. we will put in place and there won't be more collections until we put in place a process that
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can expeditiously and fairly deal with these issues. >> carter says not all soldiers given the bonuses knew they were ineligible. a sky west airline pilot charged with trying to fly a plane intoxicated. the 38-year-old was arrested wednesday in rapid city, south dakota before the scheduled flight to salt lake city. the flight was delayed two hours. if convicted, he could face a year in jail. all right. baseball now. world series all even. it was all cubs last night. they tied the series at 1-1. it was a lot like game one. cubs went out early and never looked back. jake arrieta went six innings. it was wild around the plate. a tough night. drizzling. game three shifts back to wrigley field friday night.
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the first world series game at wrigley field in 71 years. >> and cubs fans are superstitious. if they keep winning, i'll wear my harry caray glasses. >> you did not wear them game one. you wore them last night. >> yes. that's my point. >> the whole thing is on you. 108 years rests on the bridge of your nose in this case. >> keep doing whatever you are doing. >> you took them off. maybe the stocks will go down. dow futures are higher. stocks in europe are gaining after surprising results from two big banks there. shares in asia closing lower. oil is flat. donald trump is frequently promoting his brand. is his presidential campaign helping other hurting businesses? it is a question people are asking. none of his companies are
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public. there are reports of slower foot traffic and a few companies moved events from trump properties. one expert tells cnn money the brand will not be hurt because it caters to wealthy clients. now other companies are coming under pressure because of the associations. they senators urging them to move the u.s. women's open from the trump course in pennsylvania. so far, the usga is staying on course. a spokesperson declined to comment saying the organization doesn't discuss politics. the usga said trump's comments don't reflect the values. and the susan g. komen spokesperson declined to speak to cnn money. she said komen has no position
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on trump, but want to keep events separate from the mission. it has invested $2.6 billion in research, outreach. >> this will continue. "early start" continues right now. >> donald trump claims he will dig deeper reaching his pocket for more campaign cash. and a new back and forth between donald trump and gold star father who lost his son in the iraq war. hillary clinton and michelle obama are teaming up together. the first time side by side on the campaign trail today. powerful advocate for the secretary of state. i'm christine romans. >> i'm john berman. nice to see you. it is thursday, october 27th. 5:00 a.m. in the east. this morning, is donald trump going to open his wallet in the
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final 12 days of the campaign? he claims yes. he will need to shell out $40 million in less than two weeks to meet that pledge. we will have more on this in a moment. because this morning, trump finds himself in the new back and forth with the father of the slain army captain who died in the iraq war. khan. overnight, trump repeated his claim that khan would still be alive if he would have been president in 2004. khan's father is lashing back. listen to this. >> had i been president, captain khan would be alive today. we would not have been in the horrible, horrible mistake. >> this is the most cruel thing you can say to grieving parents that if i was there this would not have happened. there's no sincerity in those remarks. >> it is worth repeating that
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trump is on the record supporting the iraq war before the invasion. hillary clinton's lead has tightens in the latest cnn poll of polls. cnn's jason carroll has the latest from north carolina. >> reporter: john and christine, at the trump rally in kinston, he went over a few familiar points. first about the polls. he says the national polls and battleground polls show him behind hillary clinton are wrong. he did say that a recent poll out of the state of florida showing him up by two points. that one is right. saying that those long lines of early voters. many people stand in the lines are in fact trump supporters. also going after hillary clinton on the issue of obamacare and rising insurance premiums. he also took a moment to defend going off the campaign trail for a brief time to promote his new hotel in washington, d.c. >> so i thought i would take an hour or two and run in and cut

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