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that's it for us. i'll see you right back here at 10:00. "early start" with christine romans and miguel marquez begins now. >> the gop resisting donald trump. the highest ranking republican refusing to get behind the presumptive nominee. paul ryan telling cnn trump has work to do. and the fbi interviewing everyone in hillary clinton's staff about her e-mail use. i'm miguel marquez. welcome to "early start." >> nice to see you. >> great to be here. >> i'm christine romans. it is 4:00 a.m. in the east. the chairman of the republican party says a meeting is now set between donald trump and paul
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ryan. >> both donald trump and paul ryan are meeting next week to talk about these things. i think it will work out. >> republicans shaken thursday after ryan told cnn that right now he cannot support trump for president. >> so mr. speaker, you said throughout the process you will support the republican presidential nominee. now you have a presumptive nominee. donald trump. will you support him? >> well, to be perfectly candid with you, jake, i'm not ready to do that. i'm not there right now. i hope to and want to, but i think what is required we unify this party. i think the bulk of the burden on unifying the party will have to come from the presumptive nominee. >> you are saying you can't support or endorse him right now. >> yeah, i am basically saying that. you know, i thought about this two days ago.
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i thought actually this would go to june 7th at the least. probably to a convention. this is all pretty new for us. at this point, he needs to do more to unify the party. to bring all wings of the republican party. i think conservatives want to know does he share our values and principles. adherence to the constitution. there are lots of questions that conservatives want answers to, myself included. >> trump responding with this stinging statement. i am not ready to support speaker ryan's agenda. perhaps in the future we can work together and come to agreement about what is best for the american people. they have been treated so badly for so long. it is time for politicians to put them first. trump on the campaign trail in west virginia. he did not talk about his standoff with paul ryan and the republican elite. he did take aim at hillary clinton in very personal terms. cnn's sara murray was there. >> reporter: good morning,
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miguel and christine. donald trump arrived in west virginia ready to test attack lines for the general election. he started off with a doozy. appearing to make a comment to the bill clinton and monica lewinsky scandal. >> the clinton administration of which hillary was definitely a part, a part of almost everything. almost, i say, not everything. terrib terrible. i didn't think the people of west virginia thought like that. that's terrible. you should be ashamed of yourselves. terrible. >> reporter: now it is clear trump is ready to ramp up attacks to clinton. he has work to do. house speaker paul ryan is the latest voice to come out and say he is not quite ready to support donald trump. now trump's campaign is
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shrugging that aside. trump did not talk about it on the stump, but his campaign manager said it was hardly a slap in the face. back to you. >> thank you, sara. more evidence donald trump has work to do. illinois governor bruce rauner will not endorse the nominee and will skip the convention. others are taking trump's side. rick perry, the former governor of texas will support trump and illinois governor mike pence. and first on cnn, the fbi probe into hillary clinton's e-mails one step closer to completion now several aides have been interviewed. officials tell cnn so far nothing has turned up that would lead to federal charges. the latest now from justice reporter evan perez. >> reporter: good morning. the fbi has now reached into hillary clinton's inner circle
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as part of the investigation of the private e-mail server. in recent weeks, several aides, including huma abeldein has sat down and discussed the probe. now one major step still left is for the fbi to interview secretary clinton. that is expected to happen in the next couple of weeks. so far, u.s. officials tell us that investigators have not found evidence showing clinton willfully violated the law. it is clear the investigators believe the private server set up was not a proper way to store sensitive government information, but doesn't bring a threshold for charges. this is still an investigation. once the fbi has done its work, the attorney general will have final say whether to bring
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charges in the case. >> thank you. hillary clinton blasting trump at the rally last night in california. in front of the largely hispanic audience, clinton doubled down on his promise to build a wall along the border with mexico and deport illegal immigrants. hillary clinton is urging bernie sanders to quit the race. sanders telling npr he is not dropping out anytime soon. >> i knew he had won because it matters how many delegates you have. whether it is 60 or 300. right? so, i withdrew. i endorsed him. >> i knew this. that whatever differences we might have had in the campaign, they were nothing compared to the differences between us and the republicans. if that was true in '08, that is true on steroids today.
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>> we will stay in until the last vote is counted. that will be in the primary in washington, d.c. >> june 14th? >> that's right. we are in the race until the last vote is cast. >> clinton is in oakland and trump in oregon and sanders has no events. president obama shortening prison sentences for dozens of drug offenders. reduces sentences for 58. many of those involving crack. in all, the president has commuted sentences for 306 prisoners. many of them would already be free under current sentencing guidelines. north carolina lawmakers defiant in the transgender bathroom law. the governor has until monday to get rid of the law or get sued for discrimination. it is a law for people to use
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bathrooms that match the gender on their birth certificate. the food and drug administration finalized rules for the electronic cigarette industry. in three months, e-cigarette sales prohibited to anyone under 18 in person or online. and importers of the products have to submit them to the fda for approval. it is jobs day in america. the government releases april jobs report at 8:30 a.m. 100,000 new jobs is what they expect. 215,000 jobs created in march. the unemployment rate will remain at 5%. strength of the economy and jobs market is central for the political season. there is a disconnect with the employers and economists say and what politicians and working class voters think. 14 million jobs created since 2010. 5.4 million job openings this
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minute. governors say they have load of jobs, but lack qualified workers. many jobs filled are lower wage positions. we have seen exit polls on both sides in nearly every primary. miguel, my prediction is every one of the jobs reports is more politically charged. both sides will seize on it as growth of the economy and strength in the labor market or look at it and say there are all these other things that are soft. >> as mark twain, there are lies and damn lies and statistics. happening now, thousands of people trapped as a monster wildfire burns down their city. they are now evacuated by air. details next.
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a devastating wildfire burning in canada.
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it could make a widening crisis worse. a state of emergency for fort mcmurray with more than 85,000 people evacuated and hundreds of buildings destroyed. reception centers set up in edmonton. that's where we have cnn's dan simon. >> reporter: christine and miguel, this is an area where they are taking in evacuees. people are in a holding pattern because the fire is showing no signs of abating. the weather on the fire line is terrible. we are talking about windy and dry conditions. firefighters will have hands full for quite some time. in terms of the numbers, they are staggering. canada has never seen anything like this. 88,000 people evacuated. 1,600 homes and businesses destroyed. in terms of how the fire started, right now, we don't know. of course, a lot of curiosity. the operating theory is in a forested area and caused by a
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lightning. authorities still have to investigate. in terms of where people are now, a lot of people have gone to shelters. they have gone to high school gymnasiums. things of that nature. the red cross is here providing food and water to the folks. so much agony because the fire continues to rage and nobody knows when they will go home. christine and miguel. >> unbelievable. thank you. the late penn state football coach joe paterno knew about sex abuse allegations against jerry s sandusky. that claim emerged with the dispute and insurer who should pay $60 million in settlements with claims that men claim he abused them. the medical examiner's
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office is furious of the media reports that percocet was disclosed in prince's bloodstream. the medical examiner is the only person who has seen the test results and she has not shared them with anyone. another victory for the sandy hook families. they can gain access in the internal documents and can depose in the remmington lawsuit. targeting a young man adam lanza. the gun maker is trying to stop the discovery face and asking the judge to throw out the case. terrifying ordeal for passengers to pittsburgh on a flight from the dominican republic. forcing the plane to land in ft. lauderdale. four people hospitalized for injuries described this morning as non-life threatening. everyone on that plane said it sure felt like a near death
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experience. >> i thought it was over. i thought we were all going down. the plane just dropped. it was like it nose dived and dropped out from underneath. >> it was like in the movies when you see a crash and everyone flies up. >> it dropped. everybody flew in the air that wasn't in a seatbelt. people, the flight attendant in front of the plane, i saw her go up and hit the top of the plane. >> two attendants in the back really -- their faces were smashed. one got a cut nose and in the forehead. one had blood coming down her face. >> nothing like having that feeling of not having any control whatsoever. two nurses among the 137 passengers on board. they were able to start treating the injured flight attendants while the pilot was landing in florida. severe weather ahead for the weekend. meteorologist derek van dam has
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more for us. >> happy weekend, miguel and christine. we actually have showers on both sides of the coast today. much-needed rain over the western portions of the u.s. from the colorado rockies on west to california. also a rainmaker across the mid-atlantic states stretching north throughout the new england coast. cool rain showers with warmth building across the central u.s. the high resolution forecast radar. the spin in the atmosphere is the low pressure system bringing waves of moisture across washington, d.c. and philadelphia and pittsburgh. we are not expecting much more than .50 to 1 inch of rain localized across the area. not an all-out washout, but grab your umbrellas and prepare for a wet friday. cool conditions. we start to see that retreat in the second half of the weekend. warmth building in chicago.
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a once in a generation political gathering happening now in the capital of north korea. the secretive nation holding the first congress in 36 years. it is expected to cement leader kim jong-un's grip on power. it comes as the north is seeking
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stepped up violence. we have will ripley right where the festivities will begin. what are you seeing, will? >> reporter: christine, this is my tenth trip to north korea. i should know everything is tightly controlled. nonetheless, we were covering the workers congress party, we thought we would have some acce access. we were driven across the street with the other news organizations and shot exteriors of the building. we could ask people walking by on the sidewalk. this is no information about what's happening inside the congress. state tv is showing a documentary. a children's concert and drama earlier. we don't know and we won't know until the state media packages whoever occurred in the building that day. we do believe that kim jong-un
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who said he want to focus on the country's economy and nuclear program. he may make an announcement. he could talk about advancement with the north korea nuclear arsenal and how they both can exist and a lot of outside observers believe it is difficult to have a strong economy because of the sanctions and you are spending billions on a nuclear arsenal. the people of pyongyang said they are all for this. they have been working for the last 70 days straight without a single day off to get ready for the event. they are overjoyed to do it because they are happy to obey the leaders of the supreme leader. they will patiently wait to learn what is happening inside that workers party congress. the first in 36 years, since 1980. kim jong-un wasn't even born when the last one happened. >> your tenth trip where everything is carefully orchestrated. tough assignment.
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thanks, will. at least 28 people are dead after a pair of air strikes hit a refugee camp in syria. it happened west of aleppo. the white house says the victims were all civilians trying to escape violence. bashar al assad sent a telegram to russia. he says his army wants to obtain victory and crush the rebels. the u.s. calling on russia to address the statement it calls unacceptable. 26 minutes past the hour. this friday morning, donald trump versus the republican party. speaker paul ryan is not ready to back the presumptive presidential nominee. what he says trump needs to do first. next.
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how trump is earn his endorsement. and hillary clinton's inner circle interviewed by the fbi. what we are learning about her e-mail use while secretary of state. welcome back to "early start." i'm christine romans. >> i'm miguel marquez. breaking overnight. the chairman of the republican party says the meeting is set with donald trump and house speaker paul ryan. >> both donald trump and paul ryan are meeting next week to talk about these things. i think it will work out. >> republicans shaken thursday after ryan, the party's highest ranki ranking elected official saying right now he cannot support donald trump for president. >> mr. speaker, you said throughout the process you will support the presidential nominee. now you have a presumptive nominee, donald trump, will you support him? >> to be candid with you, jake, i'm not ready to do that at this
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point. i'm not there right now. i hope to and want to, but i think what is required is we unify the party. the bulk of the burden on unifying the party will come from our presumptive nominee. >> so you are saying you can't support or endorse him right now? >> yeah, i am basically saying that. i thought about this two days ago. i thought this was going to go to june 7th at the least. probably to a convention. so this is all new for us. at this point, i think that he needs to do more to unify the party. bring all wings of the republican party together. i think conservatives want to know does he share our values and principles and adherence to the constitution. there are lots of questions that conservatives want answers to, myself included. >> trump responded with this stinging statement. i am not ready to support
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speaker ryan's agenda. perhaps in the future we can come to agreement for what is best for the american people. they have been treated so badly for so long, it is about time for politicians to put them first. trump on the campaign trail in west virginia last night. he did not talk about a standoff with paul ryan and republican elite, but he did take aim at hillary clinton in very personal terms. cnn's sara murray was there. she has the latest. >> reporter: good morning, miguel and christine. donald trump arrived in west virginia ready to test out attack lines for the general election. he started off with a doozy. appearing to make an illusion to the bill clinton and monica lewinsky scandal. >> the clinton administration, of which hillary was apart, she was part of almost everything. almost, i say, not everything. almost.
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terrible. terrible. i don't think the people of west virginia thought like that. that's terrible. you should be ashamed of yourselves. terrible, terrible people. >> reporter: now it's clear trump is ready to ramp up attacks against clinton. he has work to do to unite the republican party. house speaker paul ryan is the latest to come out and say he is not ready to support donald trump. now trump's campaign is shrugging that aside. trump did not talk about it, but his campaign manager said it was hardly a slap in the face. back to you. >> thank you, sara. for more bad news for donald trump overnight. illinois republican governor bruce rauner will not endorse the nominee. he will skip the convention. with other governors taking trump's side. one-time rival for the nomination, rick perry, will support trump as is indiana
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governor mike pence who was standing by ted cruz last week before cruz dropped out. first on cnn, the fbi probe into the hillary clinton e-mails one step closer to completion. now federal investigators interviewed several closest aides. some more than once. officials tell cnn so far nothing has turned up to lead to federal charges. the latest from justice reporter evan perez. >> reporter: good morning, christine and miguel. the fbi has now reached into hillary clinton's inner circle as part of the investigation of her private e-mail server. in recent weeks, several aides, including huma adedein sat down for questions with the fbi. this is an important stage. probe. it signals the investigation could soon be completed. one major step still left is for the fbi to interview secretary clinton. that is expected to happen in the next few weeks.
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so far, the investigation tells us the investigators have not shown that clinton willfully violated the law. it is clear that the server set up was not the proper way to store government sensitive information. it is important to add that this is still an ongoing investigation and once the fbi has done its work, they turnover the findings to the justice department. attorney general loretta lynch will have the final say to bring charges in the case. christine and miguel. thank you, evan. hillary clinton blasting trump at a campaign rally last last night in california in front of a largely hispanic audience. accu accusing trump of doubling down with the deportation and building a wall. she is also nudging bernie sanders to quit the race. bringing up her campaign in 2008 against president obama. sanders says he is not dropping
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out anytime soon. >> i knew that he had won because it matters how many delegates you have. whether it's 60 or 300, right? so, i withdrew. i endorsed him. >> i knew this, that whatever differences we might have had in the campaign, they were nothing compared to the differences between us and the republicans. now if that was true in '08, that is true on steroids today. >> we will stay in until the last vote is counted. that is the primary in washington, d.c. >> june 14th? >> that's right. >> both clinton and trump on the campaign trail. tonight, clinton in oakland. president obama reducing sentences for 58 inmates.
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all but one convicted of drug-related crimes. many involving crack. in all, the president commuted sentences for 306 prisoners. many of them would be free under current sentencing guidelines. north carolina lawmakers defiant in the face of the transgender bathroom law. the justice department gave the governor until monday to get rid of it or get sued. the law bans people from using bathrooms that don't match the gender on their birth certificate. lawmakers will not meet the deadline. governor mcrory says he will. the food and drug administration finalizing electronic cigarettes. sales will be prohibited to anyone under 18 in person or online. time for an early start on your money. the april jobs report due out this morning with jobs central
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to voters. context for you. near record high 5.4 million job openings. why can't those positions be filled? companies cannot find skilled workers. linkedin analyzing it. the top five in the s.t.e.m. field. cloud computing is number one. data mining and mobile development and network security and software integration. the mismatch will not fix itself. better education and job training programs and experts say workers need to take action for skills to train themselves. a different contract today between a worker and the labor market than when we started. >> you are a freelancer on your own. the recession of 2008 forced all
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of that so fast forward. >> that is the anxiety on the campaign trail. >> interesting time. happening now, thousands of people being evacuated by air as a monster wildfire approaches. details coming right up. ♪
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a devastating wildfire burned over 300 square miles of alberta, canada. hot conditions could make the widening crisis worse. a state of emergency is in place for fort mcmurray with more than 85,000 people evacuated. reception centers set up in edmonton. we have dan simon with more. >> reporter: this is one area that is taking in evacuees. people who right now in an
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indefinite holding pattern because the fire is showing no signs of abating. the weather on the fire line is terrible. windy and dry conditions. firefighters will have their hands full for some time. in terms of the numbers, they are staggering. canada has never seen anything like it before. 88,000 people evacuated. 1,600 homes and businesses destroyed and 200,000 acres charred. in terms of how the fire started, we don't know that. a lot of curiosity. the operating theory in a forested area and caused by a lightning strike. authorities still have to investigate. in terms of where people are now, a lot of people have gone to shelters, they have gone to high school gymnasiums. the red cross is here providing food and water to the folks. so much agony because the fire continues to rage and nobody knows when they can go home. christine and miguel. >> thank you, dan simon.
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the late penn state football coach joe paterno knew about the sex allegations against jerry sandusky as far back as 1976. that all over allegations between claims with the school and insurer. paterno's family calls the insurance company's claims un b unsubstantial yated smear. and the medical examiner is upset that the media reports of percocet found in prince's system. she has not shared the test results with anyone. and the superior court judge in connecticut says sandy hook
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family members can get access to the documents and depose authorities from remmington. stating they deliberately targeted people like adam lanza. the gun maker is asking the judge to throw the case out. breaking overnight, a terrifying ordeal is over for passengers and crew members on a flight from the dominican republic. severe turbulence forced the pilot to make an emergency landing in ft. lauderdale. anyone on the plane, it felt like a near death experience. >> i'm telling you what, i thought it was over. i thought we were all going down. the plane just dropped. it was like it nose dived and dropped out. >> it was like in the movies. when there's a crash and everyone flies up. that's what it was like. >> it dropped. everybody flew in the air.
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that wasn't in a seatbelt. so people, the flight attendant in front of the plane, i saw her go up and hit the top of the plane. >> two attendants in the back, their faces were smashed. one got a cut nose and in the forehead and other had blood down her face. >> two nurses on board were able to treat the flight attendants while the pilot was landing in florida. i always wear my seatbelt. i have been in turbulent situations before. >> you see the laptops fly up. severe weather threat ahead for the weekend. meteorologist derek van dam has more. >> there are just so many wonderful things happening this weekend. miguel and christine, from the kentucky derby tomorrow through to sunday for mother's day. i have you covered in the forecast. let's talk about the most important part today. showers in the mid-atlantic to the new england coastline thanks
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to a slow moving low pressure system to keep cooler weather in for the afternoon. warmth builds south of the frontal boundary across the deep south and florida panhandle. that's where temperatures soar into the 80s. with this, a chance of rain. nothing more than .50 to 1 inch of rainfall for d.c. and philly and new york. cooler temperatures contained across the area. that will retreat north while we start to see warmth across the central u.s. and cooler weather for the california coast. how warm? take a look at wichita. it should be 74 this time of year. 83 for the afternoon temperature. denver getting up into the 80s today. across the east coast, uphill climb for the nation's capital and well as new york city through the weekend. here's a look at the kentucky derby forecast. 79 for louisville. back to you. thank you. exciting. more exciting than the kentucky derby. the kentucky derby of jobs due
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this morning in a few hours. why a bad reading to spark a rally in the stock market when we get an early start on your money.
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a once in a generation political gathering happening now in the capital of north korea. pyongyang. the nation convening the first congress in 36 years. it is expected to cement kim jong-un's power. this is coming among the stepped up sanctions over the nuclear program. we have cnn's will ripley in pyongjoupopyongyan pyongyang. will, do you know what kim jong-un hopes to achieve there? >> reporter: well, miguel, we
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know kim jong-un is under a considerable amount of pressure that he has moved forward with the nuclear test and rumors of an h-bomb test in january and rumors of more at anytime. that along with missile launches and satellite launch in february, he is facing the toughest sanctions that the united nations imposed on this country. although the economy shows some signs of growth here in pyongyang, many aid groups say it is a different situation in many parts of the country. so meanwhile, kim jong-un wants to grow the north korea economy, but a lot of people wonder how he can do both. there has been opposition within his party. we reported in recent years about a series of purges. members of the party that have been executed or removed.
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this is the first congress in 36 years. it may be an opportunity to show case his new leadership as he moves forward with the new strategy. the interesting thing, miguel, we have not been allowed inside the congress. we had to stand across the street and take video of the buildings. the 5:00 news just ended and not a mention of what happened in the building where 3,000 members of the workers party are meeting and they will support the supreme leader. whether there is an economic announcement or nuclear announce. ment we don't know. >> perhaps not as confident as they like to be. will, thank you. at least 28 people are dead after a pair of air strikes hit a refugee camp in syria west of aleppo. the white house says the victims were all innocent civilians
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trying to escape. president bashar al assad sent a telegram to russia after the attack. he said his army wants to obtain victory and crush the rebels. the u.s. now calling on russia to address the statement it calls unacceptable. let's get an early start on your money. stocks falling around the world. the monthly jobs report is expected hours from now. oil is down. stocks in europe and asia are lower. facebook users spend an hour a day and facebook wants you to spend more time. 50 minutes a day using facebook and instagram or messenger. the 50 minute mark is up from 40
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minutes in 2014. usually the numbers go down as more people join. the same amount of time people read, relax or exercising each day according to the bureau of labor statistics. shoppers in new york city will pay to carry groceries home if they don't bring their own bags. charge 5 cents for paper or plastic bags. new yorkers use 9.4 billion bags a year. most of those are not recycled. they end up in the rivers or stuck in the trees in central park. it pays an estimated $12.5 million a year to transport 91,000 tons of paper and plastic to landfills. some opponents say it places an unfair burden on the poorest residents. some see it as a crucial step to remove excess waste.
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this is the only time of year you don't see the bags wrapped around the trees in central park. >> i have my bag. >> i recycle, too. >> i don't know what to do with all these bags. "early start" continues now. >> the gop resisting donald trump. the highest ranking elected republican refusing to get behind the presumptive nominee. speaker paul ryan telling cnn trump has some work to do. the fbi interviewing everyone in hillary clinton's staff over her e-mail server. welcome to "early start." i'm christine romans. >> i'm miguel marquez. it is friday. happy friday. may 6th. 5:00 a.m. on the east coast. breaking overnight, the chairman of the republican party says a meeting is set between donald trump and house speaker paul ryan. >> both donald trump and paul ryan are meeting next week to
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talk about these things. i think it's going to work out. >> republicans shaken thursday afternoon ryan, the party's highest ranking elected official, told cnn that right now he cannot support trump for president. >> so mr. speaker, you said throughout the process you will support the republican presidential nominee. now you have a presumptive nominee. donald trump. will you support him? >> to be candid with you, jake, i'm not there right now. i hope to and want to. i want to unify the party. the bulk of the burden on unifying the party will have to come from our presumptive nominee. >> so you are saying you can't support or endorse him right now. >> yeah, i am basically saying. that look, i thought about this two days ago. i thought this

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