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breaking overnight. special counsel robert mueller cleared by the justice department to investigate whether former trump campaign chair paul manafort colluded with russia. on the attack ripping democrats while not protecting dreamers and the fbi is an embarrassment to the country. and villanova rolls to its second college basketball title in three years. the hero of the game came off the bench.
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>> he sure did. the big ragu they call him. >> good game. good morning. welcome to "early start." i'm rene marsh. >> i'm dave briggs. congrats to villanova fans. it is 4:00 a.m. breaking news. a classified memo revealing special counsel robert mueller is authorized to pursue collusion charges against the president's former campaign chairman paul manafort. the documents highlights payments to manafort from the ukrainian government which have links to russian politicians and operatives. the memo says the link compels them to examine russian efforts of interference in 2016. >> the payments from ukraine to manafort is the basis for financial crimes charges he faces. manafort wants the charges dismissed claiming beyond mueller's scope because ukraine
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is unrelated to the campaign. the declassified memo was written in august by deputy attorney general rod rosenstein. it shows rosenstein's strong backing for the special counsel despite attacks from the president. "the wall street journal" reporting that robert mueller is expecting former campaign adviser roger stone's possible ties to wikileaks and its founder julian assange. he wrote in the 2016 e-mail that he had quote dined with julian assange last night. wikileaks released a trove of information on hillary clinton that u.s. officials say was hacked by russian operatives. >> stone said the exchange last week he quote never met or spoke with assange ever and the reference to dining was said in jest. he said his passport will prove
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he never left the u.s. in 2016. president trump on the attack as another push for the immigration bill and the call for reporters where west wing called loopholes to allow immigrants to cross the border illegally. hoop ho loopholes s s they say must be closed. these are the issues they have been pushing since last fall. the president said the failure of daca is on democrats. >> the democrats have really left them down. they had the great opportunity. the democrats have really let them down. it's a shame. now people are taking advantage of daca. it's a shame. it should have never happened. >> didn't you kill daca, sir? >> after signing autographs on the south lawn, he returned to
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the drum beat on twitter. more on that with cnn's boris sanchez at the white house. >> reporter: rene, dave, president trump picking up where he left off with the tweet storm on immigration, amazon and host of other issues. the president on monday night taking to twitter yet again to bash democrats over immigration policies. here are the tweets now. the president writes, as ridiculous as it sounds, the laws of our country do not allow us to send those crossing the border back where they came from. a wasted procedure must take place. mexico and canada have tough immigration laws and ours are an obama joke. act, congress. the president went on. must pass tough laws and build the wall. democrats allow open borders, drugs and crime. we should point out this tweet storm began shortly after a news segment aired on a cable news station on immigration. we should note that the
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president spent the weekend socializing with immigration hard liners at his estate in mar-a-lago in west palm beach. the president spending time with fox hosts as well as a former fox news executive. sources familiar with the c consideration that the base believes they soft on immigration. the success on the mid terms depend on the ability to tout success and progress on the border wall. the president's frustrations boiling over and winding up on twitter following conversations on those who try to rile him up. thank you. don't start a trade war and leave amazon alone. now trade actions and amazon
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attacks are rocking wall street. dow fell 459 points yesterday. retaliation for trump's duties on foreign steel and aluminum. nasdaq lost 3% thanks to amazon. wiping out $36 billion in market value. trump attacks amazon frequently and that worries investors. the president says amazon doesn't pay taxes. here is peter navarro yesterday. >> amazon doesn't pay the sales tax it could. there is over 800,000 independent vendors that account for half of the $136 billion to amazon. amazon doesn't try to collect that sales tax. that is a huge disadvantage to the brick and mortar stores. >> it is true.
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amazon does not tax third-party vendors, but does charge tax in every state it occupies. amazon pays the post office. they make money off the shipping and post office delivery service is booming. now trump's distaste for amazon is for jeff bezos because he owns "the washington post." president trump is targeting his justice department claiming it is dragging its feet over documents related to the congressional investigations. he says, quote, so sad the department of justice, end quote, and the fbi are slow walking or not giving the unredacted documents requested by congress. embarrassment to our country. the timing of the tweet is odd considering fbi director chris wray promised around the clock shifts to speed up document
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production. the requests seek documents related to the probe of the hillary clinton private e-mail server and possible abuses of surveillance warrants targeting former aide carter page. scott pruitt's job could be in jeopardy. trump is angry over the ethical questions. another administration source says there is nothing the president despises more than getting bad press. after the decision to rent a room at a condo from the wife of the prominent energy lobbyist. he is under scrutiny for bringing a security detail on personal trips. musical diplomacy rocks the korean peninsula. following sunday's k-pop show by
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second y south korean performers. the show wrapping up a four-day visit by a group of south korean artists. cnn's paula hancocks is live in seoul with more. good morning, paula. >> reporter: hello, rene. it was remarkable images. watching kim jong un applauding at a k-pop concert in pyongyang. we understand there should be another concert with north and south korean performers together. the interesting thing is state-run media said kim jong un was moved when he saw the people's reaction to the concert. bear in mind that north korean people are punished severely when they are caught watching south korean pop culture smuggled into the country. this is a remarkable turn. it was played on north korean television. although, as we understand it, the actual songs from the south koreans were not played apart
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from the last one where they talk about wishing for reunification. a fair bit of censorship. it is remarkable how much has changed and the fact that the north korean leader has suggested there should be an autumn concert in seoul. >> we have to wait and see if this goes beyond music and sports. thank you so much for that, paula. speaking of sports. two of three is not bad. villanova wildcats national champions for the second time in three years. they routed michigan. 79-62 in the national title game in san antonio. villanova was led by dante divincenzo who scored 31 off the bench. he was named the outstanding player in the final four. villanova may have saved its best for last. they were dominant winning all six of the games by double digits. that's the man they call the big
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ragu. their best player, bronson, struggled. villanova so deadly. talk of a dynasty is well deserved. congratulations to all those villanova fans this morning. >> i'll give you a fist bump. you called it. >> so balanced with so many weapons. the best program in college basketball. no a one-and-done type of thing. jay wright may be the best coach. and thousands of teachers in two states walk off the job in protest. we'll have more on their demands coming up next.
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oklahoma city schools will be closed today as more teachers there and around the country push for better pay and school funding. thousands of teachers in oklahoma and kentucky walked off
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the job in protest yesterday taking a cue from the successful strike in west virginia. here is cnn's nick valencia in oklahoma city. >> reporter: dave and rene, thousands of teachers and students showed up outside the capitol. they showed up because the legislation cut them short on funding. they were asking for a $10,000 raise. the bill gave them $6,100 in a raise. they asked $900 million in revenue. they got less than half that. it is difficult to be an educator in the state in oklahoma which ranks 49th in 50 states. 25% of the work force left the profession in 2017. some districts are so bad, they have four-day workweeks so teachers can get extra jobs on fridays or because schools cannot keep the lights on. teachers i spoke to say it is especially difficult and more and more so by the day.
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>> it is getting increasingly harder to meet the needs of our students. that is important to us and absolutely tied to the funding. >> we are asking the secretary devos to come to oklahoma and see how badly funding is needed for the classrooms. we are doing this for the kids. it is not about us. it is about the kids. adequate textbooks and qualified teachers in the classroom and resources to allow us to do our job more effectively. >> reporter: teacher organizations say there is another rally planned outside the capitol this morning. dave. thank you. connecticut democrat elizabeth esty announced she will not run for re-election in november. it follows reports it took her three months to dismiss her chief of staff after he harassed and threatened a former aide. she said she was not resigning last week, but monday reversed
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course. announcing she was ending her time in congress. too many women harmed by harassment in the workplace. i should have done better. esty asked the house ethics committee to expedite the investigation into the matter. federal authorities charged a pastor of the texas church with defrauding elderly investors. prosecutors allege pastor kirby caldwell bilked millions of investors in a chinese bond scheme. he and his business partner face wire fraud and money laundering. the 64-year-old caldwell is a senior pastor of windsor village united methodist church in houston and reportedly a former spiritual adviser to george w. bush and barack obama. a 13-year-old boy saved hours after falling into the city's sewer system. more on the rescue straight
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a 13-year-old boy who was stuck in a sewage pipe for at least 12 hours is recovering this morning. authorities in los angeles say he was playing on an old shack when boards covering a pipe opening gave way and he plunged 25 feet underground. cnn's nick watt has more. >> reporter: dave and rene, a horrific story with a happy ending. jessie hernandez was at griffith park with friends and playing and fell into the sewer acknowledge -- sewage system. he fell 25 feet below. rescuers, about 100 in all, police officers and fire department and park rangers searched for him over 12 hours. in the early hours, a sanitation crew found him in the manhole
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cover between freeways here. he was talking and lucid. they dropped a hose and pulled him out. the first thing he asked for was a cell phone to call his family who were obviously very, very worried. rescue workers said they had hoped they would get him, but they knew the window was closing. dave and rene. back to you. >> amazing he survived. ahead, who could next get the boot from the trump white house? new cnn reporting points to that gentleman epa boss scott pruitt. why sources say the president is angry with him. coming up.
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breaking overnight. special counsel robert mueller cleared by the justice department to investigate whether former trump campaign chair paul manafort colluded with russia. president trump on attack ripping democrats for not protecting dreamers and slamming the justice department and fbi as quota e an embarrassment to r country. and villanova rolls to its second college basketball title in three years. the hero of the game came off the bench. welcome to "early start." i'm dave briggs. >> i'm rene march. breaking overnight. a classified memo revealing special counsel robert mueller is authorized to pursue collusion charges against the president's former campaign chairman paul manafort. the documents highlights payments to manafort from the ukrainian government which have
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links to russian politicians and operatives. the memo says the link compels investigators to examine russian efforts to interfere in the 2016 election. >> the payments from ukraine to manafort is the basis for financial crimes charges he faces. manafort wants the charges dismissed claiming beyond mueller's scope because ukraine is unrelated to the campaign. the declassified memo was written in august by deputy attorney general rod rosenstein. it shows rosenstein's strong backing for the special counsel despite attacks from the president. >> and president trump on the attack as the white house makes a push on the immigration bill. loopholes allow immigrants to cross the border illegally. loopholes they said must be closed. pressed on specifics, officials
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admitted this was largely the same proposals pushing since last fall. at the white house easter egg roll, the president blamed the failure of daca with dreamers on democrats. >> the democrats have left them down. they had the great opportunity. the democrats have really let them down. it's a shame. now people are taking advantage of daca. it's a shame. it should have never happened. >> didn't you kill daca, sir? >> after signing autographs on the south lawn, he returned to the drum beat on twitter. more on that with cnn's boris sanchez at the white house. >> reporter: rene, dave, president trump picking up where he left off with the tweet storm on immigration, amazon and host of other issues. the president on monday night taking to twitter yet again to bash democrats over immigration
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policies. here are the tweets now. the president writes, as ridiculous as it sounds, the laws of our country do not allow us to send those crossing the border back where they came from. a wasted procedure must take place. mexico and canada have tough immigration laws and ours are an obama joke. act, congress. the president went on. must pass tough laws and build the wall. democrats allow open borders, drugs and crime. we should point out this tweet storm began shortly after a news segment aired on a cable news station on immigration. we should note that the president spent the weekend socializing with immigration hard liners at his estate in mar-a-lago in west palm beach. the president spending time with fox hosts as well as a former fox news executive. sources familiar with the
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conversation told cnn that they told the president he told the base he is being soft on immigration. the success on the mid terms depend on the ability to tout success and progress on the border wall. the president's frustrations boiling over and winding up on twitter following conversations on those who try to rile him up. dave and rene. boris, thanks. trade tensions and attack on amazon rocking wall street. nasdaq lost 3% yesterday thanks to amazon. amazon shares fell 5% after donald trump accused the company of not paying taxes and taking advantage of the post office. the dow fell 459 points after china slapped tariffs on u.s. goods. the worry on wall street is a
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trade war. white house trade adviser peter navarro does not see that happening. here is what he said about current u.s. trade relations with china. >> that just leads to escalation and spirals. what i do know is the president is firmly committed to a course of action which will level the playing field with the united states and china. he has the full support of the american people. >> yesterday, china slapped tariffs on 128 u.s. properties. pork, wine, future and nuts. that is a small portion of the hundreds of billions of dollars shipped between china and u.s. each year. take pork. pork producers council warns this will have an impact on rural americans and top ten pork
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propducing states. president trump is also targeting his own justice department. claiming it is dragging its field handing over documents related to congressional led investigations. he tweeted so sad that the department of justice, end quote, and the fbi are slow walking or even not giving the unredacted documents requested by congress. an embarrassment to our country. the timing of the tweet is odd considering director chris wray promised around the clock shifts to speed up document production. it is seeking documents relating to the probe of hillary clinton's private e-mail server and surveillance warrants over former campaign aid carter page. the whiife of andrew mccabes speaking out about the president's attacks on the family. jill mccabe says the taunts
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aimed at her husband fired just shy of retirement have been a nightmare. m many attacks centered on the 2015 run for the senate run in virginia. she writes, to have my personal reputation and integrity and those of my family attacked this way is beyond horrible. it feels awful every day. it keeps me up nights. i made the decision to run for office because i was trying do help people. instead it turned into something used to attack our family. my husband's career and the entire fbi. the president claimed donations to jill mccabe from virginia's then governor democrat terry mcauliffe. the dough taknations came beforw mccabe had any oversight. epa head scott pruitt's job is in jeopardy. according to an official telling
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cnn that the president is angry over the ethical questions. another official tells cnn there is nothing the president despises more than his own officials getting bad publicity. pruitt is under scrutiny for renting a condo from the wife of a lobbyist. he is under scrutiny for bringing a security detail on personal trips. vladimir putin traveling to turkey today. topping the agenda today with recep tayyip erdogan is the situation in syria. this seems moscow is calling the shots. cnn's frederik pleitgen is on the ground in damascus for us. >> reporter: good morning, dave and rene. the u.s. is losing influence here especially after donald trump announced a couple days
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ago that america would be pulling out of syria soon after defeating isis. as you can imagine, a lot of the groups essentially america's ground forces in the fight against isis are angry. especially the kurdish forces. they say they thought american would stand by their side even after isis is defeated. the big winners in all of this appear to be the russians. look at the situation here in damascus where i am right now. rebels have lost a lot of territory in their fight against the government and bashar al assad. it has been the russians negotiated the withdraw of the rebels from the territory. you have russian president vladimir putin going to turkey today with the turks and russians and iranians will hack out a plan that they hope will determine the future of syria and once again america is not at the table as many here wonder what america's long-term strategy is for the country.
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dave and rene. >> thank you, fred. must cical difficulplomacy korean peninsula. north and south korea giving a joint performance in pyongyang. this is wrapping up a four-day group of the visit of artists. we have paula hancocks with more in seoul. good morning, paula. >> reporter: rene, we have yet to hear any information on the joint performance. the north korean leader kim jong un went to one of the k-pop concerts. he was said to be deeply moved by the reaction by his people. remarkable when you consider the north korean people are severely punished by the regime if they are caught watching south korean pop culture from smuggled merchandise. the north korean leader appeared to -- to enjoy himself.
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we understand there was a voiceover and none of the songs apart from the last one saying we want unification was played to the north korean people. one other fact. there were so south korean still photographers not allowed access. they got apology from north korea. that is something you don't hear about. an apology from the former spy chief. it seems as north korea as well is trying to do everything it cannot to rock the boat and try to keep these thawed relations on track for now. rene. >> paula hancocks, thank you. talk of a dynasty well deserved for head coach jay wright. villanova wildcats national champions again for the second time in three years. routed michigan 79-62 in san antonio. led by guard devante divincenzo with 31 points off the bench.
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they were dominant through the tournament winning all games by double digits. the big ragu with another title. congratulations to them. a career decision from a democratic congresswoman. she's under fire for how she handled a staffer accused of abuse. that congresswoman's story coming up.
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tens of thousands of teachers in kentucky and oklahoma flooding state capitols and refusing to back down. in kentucky, fuming over a pension reform bill and demanding lawmakers improve public school funding. here is cnn's polo sandoval. >> reporter: this is really
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about pay and funding of the academic funding year. the reform bill passed last week is what brought educators across the state to frankfurt, kentucky. the push to legislators to not make cuts for education. you are about to hear from the teachers that is what brought them here and that is what the message that they want legislators to hear loud and clear. >> the teachers have to get second jobs to make ends meet. my husband has told me you may have to get a second job just to afford insurance for the kids. that's sad. >> reporter: something that is helping here is a majority of the districts across the state were closed for spring break this week. however, a handful, including the teachers you just heard from, actually work at the locations where class is still in session. that now begs the question what will happen come next week for the state if these teachers feel they are not getting much from
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lawmakers, will they potentially stake -- stage a walkout? the legislators here at the capitol maintain reforms are necessary to prolong the life of the pension plan. dave and rene. connecticut democratic congresswoman elizabeth etsy announced she will not run for re-election in november. it follows the reports it took her three months to dismiss her chief of staff after he allegedly harassed and threatened a former aide. last week, etsy told cnn she was not resigning. on monday, she reversed course ending her time in congress. too many women have been harmed by harassment in the workplace and in the terrible situation in my office i could have and should have done better. etsy asked the house ethics committee to expedite the investigation into the matter.
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vehicle is 61-year-old wanda cleveland. was treated for prbruises. a 13-year-old boy who was stuck in a sewage pipe for at least 12 hours is recovering this morning. authorities in los angeles say he was playing in griffith park when boards covering a pipe opened and gave way and he plunged 25 feet underground. cnn's nick watt has more. >> reporter: dave and rene, a horrific story with thankfully a happy ending. jers jesse hernandez was at griffith park and playing with friends and fell 25 feet down in a pipe which is four feet in diameter with two feet of liquid flowing at 15 miles an hour. rescuers, about 100 in all, police officers and fire department and park rangers searched for him for over 12 hours. in the early hours, sanitation
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crew found him when they opened a manhole cover between two highways here in los angeles. he was apparently 11 feet down. he was lucid and talking. they dropped a hose and pulled him out and the first thing he asked for was a cell phone so he could call his family who were obviously very, very worried. rescue workers said they hoped they would get him, but they knew the window was closing. dave and rene. back to you. nick, thank you. a risk for severe weather today from the gulf coast to the ohio valley and winter hanging on in the great lakes. we have meteorologist ivan cabrera joining us now. >> the battle of the seasons this morning and through tonight with the frontal boundary. we have heavy snowfall potential with winter storm warnings flying across the upper midwest. you put this in motion and you see the snow is flying to the north and across the south with a distinct line setting up this
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evening and into tonight with large hail, damaging winds potential and tornadoes as well. we will watch from houston and bull's-eye from little rock to indianapolis. winter storm warning in minneapolis. not so much across the city, but further south and east slicing through wisconsin and into michigan as well. anywhere from 6 to 10 inches of snowfall. april snow continues. the severe weather? no question about it. look at the contrast in air masses. 20s and 30s for high temperatures across the midwest. as you get south with the front, 70s and 80s. we cool down with the line of storms we are watching this evening. guys. thank you. let's get a check on "cnn money." global stocks lower today after trade tensions on the presidential attack on amazon rocked wall street. dow fell 459 points when china
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slapped tariffs on the u.s. goods. amazon shares fell 5% after the president accused it of not paying taxes and taking advantage of the post office. previously the so-called faang stocks drove the market to record highs. intel shares nose dived 6% on news it may have to survive without apple. bloomberg reports apple plans to make its own processors to mac. apple used intel in 2006 and since then intel has come to rely on apple's business. intel still makes most of the money from selling pc processors and mac kpcomputers are a part that market. the company doesn't comment on speculation. apple did not respond to our request for comment.
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spot ifify spotify's approval for ipo today. it is taking itself public with a direct listing. it will sell shares directly to the investors to save it millions in fees. and nobody knows the price when the stock starts trading. spotify has 150 million users worldwide. "early start" continues right now. >> breaking news overnight. special counsel robert mueller cleared by the justice department to investigate whether former trump campaign chair paul manafort colluded with russia. president trump on the attack ripping democrats while not protecting dreamers and the fbi is an embarrassment to the country.
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and villanova rolls to its second college basketball title in three years. the hero of the game came off the bench. still celebrating in philadelphia this morning. congrats to all those fans. rene, they had to grease the light poles with after they could not identify. it may have been crisco or something else. philadelphia eagles fans showed they need to do that. welcome to "early start." i'm dave briggs. >> i'm rene marsh. it's tuesday, april 3rd. it is 5:00 a.m. in the east. breaking news. a classified memo reveals for the first time special counsel robert mueller is authorized to pursue collusion charges against the president's former campaign chairman paul manafort. the documents highlights

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