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president trump embedding seeds of doubts about the election results in the minds of americans. it could be working. and an erosion of trust at the state hardest hit by coronavirus says you cannot trust a vaccine approved by the trump white house. welcome to our viewers in the united states and around the world. this is "early start." i'm abby phillip in for christine romans this morning. >> abby, so great to have you. i'm laura jarrett. friday, september 25th. it's friday, here in new york. 39 days until the election. we begin this morning with
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president trump escalating his threat to topple a pillar of american democracy. after first refusing to peacefully commit to the transfer of power, he loses the election. the president dug in. >> so we have to be very careful with the ballots. the ballots, that's a whole big scam. we want to make sure the election is honest, and i'm not sure that it can be. i don't know that it can be with this whole situation. unsolicited ballots. >> these are not unsolicited ballots. in 41 of 50 mail-in ballotbefor. only a handful of states automatically mail ballots to all registered voters. even the president's own fbi director say mail-in ballots pose no real threat to a free and fair result. >> we have not seen historically any kind of coordinated national
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voter fraud effort in a major election, whether it's by mail or otherwise. >> and, remember, 25 states are already voting despite president trump's continued baseless warnings about voter fraud. republicans seem compelled to respond to the idea he wouldn't step aside peacefully if not re-elected. >> no questions. no qualms. no concerns. it will be peaceful. >> people wonder about the peaceful transfer of power. i can assure you there will be a peaceful transfer of power. >> there will be a peaceful transition of power no matter what anybody says. >> this from the same republicans who just did a complete reversal on whether to hold a vote on a supreme court justice in an election year and they said little to nothing about the steps this administration is currently engaged in. cnn has learned that the trump campaign and republicans at the cast a ballot, harder for states
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to count them and more likely that the final counts will be challenged in court. that includes key swing states like wisconsin and michigan. >> the justice department announced thursday it's investigating a handful of military ballots that it says were discarded in pennsylvania but what's even more unusual about this is that the press statement revealed 7 of the 9 ballots were cast for trump. meanwhile, election officials and voting experts want to make sure the president's baseless claims don't take hold. >> we need voters to know whoever they vote for their ballot will be counted. >> i spent years going into precincts looking for evidence of fraud. there is nothing like the widespread fraud that would somehow invalidate an election. >> the truth is, the system has
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never been tested like it will be. it already is. 25 states already have ballots in the mail including florida where the president has actually been encouraging people to vote by mail. a cnn tally shows a whopping 71 million ballots nationwide either requested or set to be mailed automatically. that's far more than the 50 million pre-election day ballots cast in 2016. president trump's threat to intervene in vaccine approvals is already having real effects. new york state will create a task force to conduct its own review of coronavirus vaccines. >> frankly, i'm not going to trust the federal government's opinion and i wouldn't recommend to new yorkers based on the federal government's opinion. >> new york officials don't generally play a role in approving drugs or vaccines, but they could delay distribution in the state if they believe the vaccine was not safe. this erosion of trust is already having big consequences. how big of a problem is
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growing skepticism? >> oh, it's enormous. once we do develop a vaccine, obviously we want people to accept it. the medical profession, they're very concerned. i hear that almost literally every single day. >> a key model used by the white house now projects more than 371,000 coronavirus deaths in the u.s. by january 1st. that's 7,000 lest than before yet still there could be 3,000 deaths a day by the end of the year. nearly 100,000 people could be saved if most people would just wear masks. right now about half of them are wearing them. the average immune cases are up 27% in two weeks. now when people are heading indoors for the season, a reality check from dr. anthony fauci. >> given the fact that we have never gotten down to a good baseline, we are still in the first wave. rather than say a second wave,
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why don't we say are we prepared for the challenge of the fall and winter. >> not a big loss in all of this. america's children. remember what president trump said saided, nobody. they have a strong immune system. take your hat off to the young because they have a hell of an immune system. it affects virtually nobody. >> let's take a look at what happens as he said that. up to 27 colleges and 15 states have now switched from in person to remote learning. just yesterday the ruby red state of tennessee released data showing significant learning losses for kids k through -- >> in the new york area alone, the new york city area the campaign against hunger this
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year compared to 3 million in a typical year. that is a lot of children. unemployment remains high. the idea that the virus affects virtually no one except for the elderly and no one with pre-existing conditions does not hold up. breaking overnight. a federal court ordering the trump administration to drop plans to rush the census to a conclusion and extending counting for a month. the census includes counting for divvying up funds. wilbur ross ordered them to finish counting by september 30th, one month earlier than originally planned so the first set of results could be delivered to the president by the end of the year. the ruling is expected to be appealed. supreme court justice ruth bader ginsberg will be laid to rest today. first she'll be moved from the u.s. supreme court steps to lie in state at the u.s. capitol
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rotunda becoming the first woman in history to receive the high honor. joe and jill biden are expected to pay their respects today. you can hear president trump was greeted with cheers and boos as he paid his respects on thursday. he's expected to nominate her replacement tomorrow. new overnight, more protests in louisville after a grand jury failed to indict a single police officer in breonna taylor's death. an unlawful assembly was declared last night but the protests were peaceful. some vigilantes did clash with them after jacob blake was shot. there are growing calls for more information about the breonna taylor investigation. the city of louisville said they're working with kentucky's attorney general and the fbi to determine what can be released without interfering in the ongoing investigations. still, representatives for
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breonna taylor's family are running out of patience. >> we do believe it was a coverup from the go. they always intended to sweep this under the rug as if breonna taylor's life didn't matter, and it disrespected and tried to margin nalize it. >> the system failed breonna. you may have predicted it, florida would be the focal point of this election, but you may not know how. cnn reports coming up next. plan. ...so you can find just the right plan for you. like the "visit a doctor anywhere our rv takes us" plan. the "zero copays means more money for rumba lessons" plan.
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what's surprising is how both sides are making a last-minute push for support. cnn's randi kaye takes a closer look for us. >> reporter: in a state where razor thin election margins, every vote counts. in 2018 they restored voting rights to more than 1 million people with felony convictions. republicans in the state then passed legislation blocking felons from voting unless they paid all fines and court fees. a few years ago rosemary mccoy was convicted of illegally occupying a property. she hopes bloomberg can help. >> i thank him. i think other people will join. >> reporter: the money bloomberg raised will help 40,000 black
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and latinos in florida cast their ballots. >> florida is the perennial purple state with the huge 29 electoral college votes. >> reporter: and winning here is expensive. bloomberg is funneling $100 million of his own money to the state and in addition to the 16 million to pay off the debts of felons, his money's also backing a tv ad blitz targeting, among other things, president trump's response to the pandemic. bloomberg's cash will infuse the get out the vote. >> it's like putting together a giant jigsaw puzzle. you have a limited amount of time to do it if you want to win. >> no republican has won the white house without carrying florida since calvin coolidge in 1924 so florida is crucial for trump. he's now claiming residency in palm beach. during a recent visit to the
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state, the president announced a ten-year expansion of the ban of oil drilling off the coast after they expressed concerns how drilling might affect tourism all in an effort to shore up votes. >> this protects your beautiful gulf and ocean. >> reporter: both are making a play for puerto rican voters. tens of thousands of people fled after hurricane maria. and will soon vote in his first presidential election. >> what did you make of president trump's response to the hurricane hitting puerto rico? >> well, not sufficient islight. inadequate. >> reporter: perhaps attitudes like that inspire the trump administration to suddenly announce $13 billion in aide to help rebuild puerto rico three years after the storm. for his part, biden is also promising to rebuild the
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island's infrastructure. he recently visited florida as well, to mark hispanic heritage month. >> reporter: they're flooding the air waves. with outside groups like super pacs throwing another $50 million or so into the mix according to data from cantore media. the lincoln project released this ad. more -- >> america policy is airing this o one. >> it's our job to figure out how to win all 50 states. >> reporter: randi kaye, cnn, palm beach, florida. >> our thanks to randi kaye for that report. still ahead, a big reversal from a power conference.
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first time against the decision in breonna taylor's case. he called it one that hits very close to home. >> we want justice no matter how -- you know, how long it takes even though it's been so many days. so many hours. so many minutes for her family, for her community. i mean, i've got a daughter of mine at home and a wife and my m mom. so many predominant black women in my life to think about if they weren't here the next day, think if they were gunned down it would be something i would never be able to forgive myself or forgive who did it. >> james with a superstar finish on the court last night. the lakers one game away from reaching the nba finals. he's never lost when up 3-1. the nuggets have come back twice. anthony davis led the lakers with scoring with 34 points. says he is fine after rolling
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president trump hard at work sewing doubts in the minds of voters. the states hardest hit by coronavirus say you cannot trust a vaccine approved by the white house. >> good morning, this is "early start." i'm abby phillip. >> i'm laura jarrett.
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we begin this half hour with the president escalating his threat to topple a pillar of american democracy. after refusing to commit to peacefully transferring power if he loses the november election, the president dug his heels in. >> so we have to be very careful of the ballots. the ballots, that's a whole big scam. we want to make sure the election is honest. i don't know that it can be with this whole situation. unsolicited ballots. unsolicited. millions being sent to many. >> they're not unsolicited ballots not sent to everybody. only a handful of states automatically mail ballots to all registered voters. even the president's own fmail- pose no real threat to a free and fair election result. >> now we have not seen
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historically any kind of coordinated national voter fraud effort in a major election. whether it's by mail or otherwise. >> despite president trump's continued baseless warnings about voter fraud, republicans seem compelled to respond to the idea that he wouldn't step aside peacefully if it's not re-elected. no questions, kwaumts, concerns, it will be peaceful? >> people wonder about the peaceful transfer of power. i can assure you it will be peaceful. >> there will be a peaceful transition of power no matter what. >> you can take their word for it, but this is from the same republicans that just did a complete reversal on whether to hold a vote on a supreme court justice in a year. cnn has learned the trump campaign and republicans at the state and local level are trying to make it harder for voters to cast a ballot, harder for states
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to count them and more likely the final votes will be counted. in an extremely unusual move, the justice department announced thursday it's investigating a handful of military ballots it says were discarded in pennsylvania but what's even more unusual about this situation, the press statement from doj revealed that 7 of the 9 ballots were cast for trump. they actually revealed who the ballots were cast for. you want to make sure that the baseless claims don't take hold. >> we need voters of all backgrounds to know whoever they vote for, their vote will be counted. >> there are to be sure isolated cases, but nothing like red spread fraud that would somehow invalidate an election.
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>> the truth is, the system has never been tested like it will be and it already is. 25 states already have ballots in the mail including in florida where the president has been encouraging that people vote by mail. a cnn tally shows a whopping 71 million ballots nationwide either requested or said to be mailed automatically. that is far more than 50 million pre-election day ballots cast. we do the fact checks and try to show what is actually happening. when you talk to people on the ground at some of these trump rallies, they say things like this -- >> i think that if we get to election night or the following days if biden winds up somehow becoming the winner, do you think it's rigged? >> oh, yes. very much so. >> with the mail-in ballots we don't like. i'll tell you, there's a lot of cheating that's been exposed especially over the past four or five years. this stuff was going on that
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nobody really knew about. >> what it shows is he's saying all of these things and even if they're not true, it's actually working with people who are listening to him very closely. >> yeah. to be fair, these are his core supporters but this is the big difference between what's happening now and what has happened in modern american history. we've never had a president let alone a presidential ahcan date ahead of the election basically saying that it's going to be fraudulent. that's what's so risky. after the elects will the american people trust the results regardless of what president trump says. >> it's a real issue. it's not going anywhere. >> yeah, absolutely. i think we have some reason to be concerned about it as well. president trump's threat to intervene in vaccine approvals is now making states step up to the plate. new york governor's andrew cuomo announcing he's creating a task force to review coronavirus
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vaccines. >> frankly, i'm not going to trust the federal government's opinion and i wouldn't recommend to new yorkers based on the federal government's opinion. >> they could delay the distribution if they believe a vaccine was not safe. >> a key model now projects more than 371,000 coronavirus deaths in the u.s. by january 1st. that's 70,000 fewer than before yet still there could be 3,000 deaths a day by the end of the year. nearly 100,000 people can be saved if most people would just wear masks. right now half of americans are wearing them. the average of new cases is up 23% in two weeks. now with more people heading indoors for the fall season, a reality check here from dr. anthony fauci. >> given the fact we have never
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gotten down to a second wave. why don't we say are we prepared for the fall and winter? >> what cannot be lost if all of this is the nation's children. remember what president trump said about young people earlier. >> nobody below the age of 18, like nobody. they have a strong immune system. who knows. take your hat off to the young because they have a hell of an immune system but it affects virtually nobody. >> we've got to take a look at what's happened since he said that. in 27 colleges in 15 states have now switched from in person to remote learning. just yesterday the ruby red state say the number of people who need food assistance has tripled.
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the campaign against hunger served 8 million meals this year. theis compared to 3 million in a typical year. that is a lot of hungry children. and unemployment remains staggeringly high. families have faced job losses and evictions. this idea that the virus affects no one except the elderly does not hold up. breaking news overnight. a federal court ordering the trump administration to drop plans to rush the census to a conclusion and extending counting for the consensus for an additional month. it suggests future congressional funding and commerce secretary wilbur ross had ordered the census bureau to finish counting by september 30th. that's one month earlier than originally planned. this ruling is expected to be appealed. supreme court justice ruth bader ginsberg will be laid to rest today. first she'll be moved from the u.s. supreme court steps to lie in the u.s. capitol rotunda
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becoming the first person in history to receive this high honor. joe and bill -- you can hear the automobile dibble boos. he is expected to nominate ginsberg's replacement tomorrow. six months into the pandemic unemployment claims are historically high and the numbers are staggering. 870,000 americans filed for first-time state benefits last week. jobless claims are four times higher than pre-pandemic levels. goldman sachs warning the economic level will slow more than feared. house democrats are trying to break a log jam by preparing a new relief package. nancy pelosi asked them to put down a slipped down proposal.
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she's held firm on this for several weeks now. that's a trillion dollars less than last may. funding for small business loans and aid for airlines. the first presidential debate is just four days away to watch donald trump and joe biden face off live. coverage on cnn starts tuesday night at 7 p.m. eastern. like how we redefine collaboration... how we come up with new ways to serve our customers... and deliver our products. but no matter how things change, one thing never will... you can rely on the people and the network of at&t... to help keep your business connected.
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boll sonar row is going to join the world health organization. brazil's coronavirus is the second highest in the world. he has been a detractor of science even when he had the
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virus himself. overnight in south korea, announcing tighter social distancing measures during the upcoming national holiday. france, the u.k. and israel all hitting record high case numbers. those countries have taken new numbers this week to slow a second wave. as covid cases around the world spike, africa has maintained a very low death rate so far. how are they doing it? david mckenzie spoke with the chief of the cdc. what did he tell you? >> reporter: good morning, laura. there was long predictions at the beginning of this that the african culture would see a catastrophe because of the covid-19. they were wrong. i spoke with the influential head of the african cdc. it's partly because of the stereotypical thoughts of the continent. >> the level of people that have
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been infected is high, 80%. that means we have very good news based on data. >> why do some people find that hard to believe even if the data backs it up? >> i can understand that because of the massiveness of what we are seeing in the west, europe, the united states. more than 70% of our population is dead by 30 years. median age is 18 years. that is an important factor to put into the equation. africa, that is massive.
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many more people will be infected in africa but less deaths. there is learning from the continent that those traditions not based on any assumptions, it's based on history curve. we are seeing this. >> it's not just the demographic makeup of the continent, he said that early action lockdowns and that a sense of collaboration amongst lieaders and the work hs helped the continent to back the expectations. while they're not out of the woods yet, he said, they feel they can confidently take on this virus in the coming months. laura? >> all right, david. thank you so much for that reporting. really interesting. and with the pandemic driving concerns about big gatherings, it looks like the tokyo olympics now scheduled for next summer will be significantly scaled back. cnn's will ripley is live in hong kong.
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what will the olympics look like? >> reporter: there is a meeting ongoing right now. we are getting details in the last few minutes about a scaled down and safer tokyo 2020. that would mean reducing, for example, the number of spectators by 30% which raises the question the millions of tickets sold, will they be honored? they're trying to cut costs because of the ballooning expenses which could mean a reduction in some of the opening and closing ceremonies, not using perhaps so many sizzling special effects, canceling some of the events for delegates and asking the countries to reduce the size of their delegations which will kus costs. >> could be subject to a 14 day quarantine. they will go on with or without
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a vaccine. japan is proposing perhaps five covid-19 tests over a period of 72 hours. this he'll be tested before they arrive and several times and continuously tested while they're in the country. in addition to athletes tested, they have to install an app on their phone that allows their movements to be tracked. all of this with the hopes of putting on the games and making them feel as much like the olympics from the old days but in the new reality. >> will ripley in hong kong, thank you. developing overnight. rare apology from north korean dictator kim jong-un to the south. officials say kim called the incident unexpected and unfortunate. new england patriots owner robert kraft won't face trial on charges that he paid for sex,
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that's according to newly filed court papers from prosecutors. kraft was one of dozens of people charged in connection with a prostitution and human trafficking ring in jupiter, florida. kraft pleaded not guilty as they allowed hidden cameras inside the place. a new study shows despite warnings from tesla, drivers using auto pilot function aren't paying enough attention. it's designed to steer the car, however, the car maker admits the software is imperfect and warns drivers should be prepared to take control. researchers find that drivers using auto pilot glanced away from the road and 32% do not have their hands on the while.
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>> nothing like this. authority have confiscated an estimated 345,000 used condoms being resold as new. a woman detained during the bust says that the used condoms are first boiled in water and dried and reshaped before being repackaged and resold. it is not clear how many of the recycled condoms have been sold. >> we've seen a lot of things but not like that. a new warning from the food & drug administration over the so-called benadryl challenge on tiktok. there have been multiple rumors of teenagers ending up in emergency rooms or worse. >> seems like an obviously bad idea. the days of reaching for snickers before you check out at the grocery store could be coming to an end in berkeley, california. the bay area city will be the first in the u.s. to ban junk
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food from the checkout aisles. the goal is to lower the rates of diabetes. the new rules go into effect on march 1st. let's get a quick check on the markets. red arrows in stock markets around the world. asian markets closed mixed. european markets have opened lower. wall street futures are pointing lower. stocks were higher after a turbulent trading session. the dow closed up 52 points. google maps is putting health in this. that will show seven day averages of new cases per every 100,000 people. users will be able to see if these are increasing or decreasing. the update will use different colors to indicate how many new cases were reported. the feature will be available
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for all 220 countries. amazon has launched its own gaming service. so-called netflix for video games. service called luna is a software and optional controller for $50 that can connect to a number of devices. amazon said it works like amazon prime video where users can subscribe for a special fee. so far they've only announced the price at $6. chris rock will be the first host on "saturday night live" to kick off the 46th season. rock the former snl cast member will be hosting for the third time. this show will be live from new york's rockefeller center for the first time since march. snl plans to have a limited studio audience. it will be glad to see a little
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bit of normalcy return there. >> that's for sure. we leave you on a happy note this friday morning. one texas father has found a way to connect during his son's chemotherapy. he can't sit with his 14-year-old during his cancer treatment so every tuesday the dad finds the nearest window near aiden's room. he shows off his best moves. >> we get out here and just try to communicate. bring his spirits up a little bit. let him know he's not alone. >> it's funny watching him figure out all what he's going to do. >> aiden's mom lori works at that hospital. she said the dance routine is a special bond between the father and son. it shows just how important family is during these tough times, abby. you can't have someone there
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