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saw. good morning. welcome to "early start." i'm dave briggs. >> i'm christine romans. it is 5:00 a.m. in new york. white house officials depending the tar -- defending the tariffs the president announced. he gave no further details, but last week's surprise announcement caused an immediate outcry from u.s. businesses, trade partners and fellow republicans. one fear it risks jobs in industries that rely on steel and aluminum. if you drink beer or buy a car, prices could go up. white house officials were on a pr offensive. promising it would not hurt the broader economy. stating no countries will be exempex exem exempt. here is peter navarro.
>> an exemption prior for -- exemption procedure for particular cases where we need to have exemptions so business can move forward, but at this point in time, there will be no country exclusion. >> that is a surprise to countries and others. that is peter navarro. navarro was backed up by commerce secretary wilbur ross. he says no exceptions. >> as far as i know he is talking about a fairly broad brush. >> theresa may had deep concerns over the tariffs. experts warn that could spark a trade war. the eu promised to slap a tax on american exports. harley davidson motorcycles. where are those made? wisconsin. bourbon from kentucky. levi's jeans. in return, the president promised to tax foreign cars. if the eu wants to threaten the tariffs, he will add a tax on their cars.
the u.s. already taxes european cars. europe imposes a 10% tariff on american cars. it employs thousands of workers in the united states. trump's announcement was made against the wishes of top advisers, including gary cohen. the downplay that cohen thread -- threatened to leave over this. >> let's bring in our latest guest this morning to talk about it. not many in the party favor this. will the president follow through on the tariffs? if so, what will it tell us about the future of the economic direction of the administration? >> the president tries to be a man of his word with the campaign promises. if the president wants to lose majority if congress, this is the best way to do it. so far, the economy has been his
saving grace. job growth has propped up the administration. if you slap tariffs on al alumi and steel, we will see the negative economic influence ahead of the election. i don't think they will look on this favorably. >> the stock market went down 500 points in a couple of days. i honestly think if the stock market really believed the which is co-- the wisdom of this woul follow through, it would be worse. there is the big question among economists and republican orthodoxy, do tariffs under cut pro tax reform? that is what orrin hatch has said. they have to make a harder sell. they are actually negating the policies by doing this. >> they have to try to argue the 1930s economic policies is fit
for the modern world when it really is not. we know economics says this is not going to be good for the market. no one will win here. i think what is really frustrating and something that is not being pointed out that this is incredibly disingenuous for the republicans. they are not mock nancy pelosi for crumbs and send wilbur ross on cable television and make a joke about a can of soup will go up by a dime and a pack of beer is this expensive. those tariffs will hurt people in job growth on the lower end of the spectrum and people doing the shopping for the home. >> it is people and what they buy every day. it is the very people who looked at president trump to help with jobs and economy are the people who get hit first. wilbur ross used the example of the $35,000 car. a lot of people in america have a hard time affording a $35,000
car. >> a tad tone deaf. humor was on the agenda for the president. for and against the president. let's start with alec baldwin on "saturday night live." he was called alex on friday. no clue if we have another twitter feud with the two. here is the joke on "saturday night live." >> i announced the steel and aluminum tariffs. i brought back the steel industry by destroying the auto industry. impressive. >> look at that. both sides hated it. i don't care. i said i was going to run this country like a business. that business is a waffle house at 2:00 a.m. >> the president didn't tweet about that and he did not make some interesting jokes saturday night in front of the d.c. media. including this one about melania. the gridiron dinner. so many people have been living the white house. it has been exciting because i
like turnover. i like chaos. it is really good. now the question everybody keeps asking who is next to leave. steve miller or melania. fascinating to see this president laugh at himself. self deprecating is not his strongest quality. would it help if he did more of that? >> i think we are getting jipped. president trump's twitter feed would be good if he had him help out with that. he should be in the ovals office every morning. it was funny. some of the stuff about melania taking a hike from the white house. especially when the stormy daniels situation is ongoing is awkward. we saw the president can make fun of himself. we saw even he knows not everything is going according to plan. hopefully this was also a moment for levity, but also self intro
specs. >> many of our viewers may have missed what happened in the oscars. jimmy kimmel funny with the digs at the president. it was the me too and time's up movement on full display. they managed to incorporate into the program, embrace it and not overdo it. a lot of times the conservatives hate the liberal elitism. >> we knew jimmy kimmel would make fun of the president. with what awards show is not an opportunity for hollywood to lecture. i was disappointed to see that kobe bryant on the night of the time's up is getting an oscar. it shows hollywood is willing to forgive and forget. what we saw with the me too movement kicked off by harvey weinstein was something needed for the country and take a step
in the wrong direction on the oscars was disappointing. >> kobe bryant took a shot at laura ingraham's shut up and dribble comment. most don't remember the kobe bryant story and colorado. thank you, phil. the academy awards not free of politics. me too and time's up as well as faye dunaway and warren beatty got a second chance after reading the wrong winner after getting the wrong envelope last year. >> it is so nice seeing you again. >> as they say, presenting is lovelier the second time around. >> and the oscar goes to -- "the shape of water." >> guillermo del toro checked the envelope to make sure it
took top prize. in one of the more best picture races in recent years, "the shape of water" was nominated for 13 and won 4. >> and we have the harvey weinstein accusers shared an emotional moment on stage before introducing a video highlighting diversity in hollywood. >> the changes we are witnessing are driven by the powerful sound of new voices of different voices and of our voices. joining together in a chorus saying time's up. >> frances mcdormand won best lead actress for the role in "three billboards outside ebbing, missouri." she delivered a message of female empowerment. >> if i may be so honored to have all the female nominees in every category stand with me in this room tonight. the actors, meryl, if you do it, everybody else will do it.
filmmakers, producers, directors, writers, cinematographers, the designers, come on! okay. look around, everybody. look around, ladies and gentlemen. we all have stories to tell and projects we need financed. don't talk to us about it at the parties tonight. invite us into your office in a couple of days or you can come to ours. we will tell you all about them. i have two words to leave with you tonight. ladies and gentlemen, inclusion rider. >> inclusion rider. a clause in the contract to require diversity of the cast and crew.
gary oldman won for winston churchill. and allison janney won for "i, tonya" and sam rockwell won for a racist police officer in "three billboards outside ebbing, missouri." and we learned who is in charge when "house of cards" returns in the fall. >> we're just getting started. >> the promo for the show aired during the oscars. robin wright stars now kevin spacey has left for the sexual misconduct scandal. they have been filming since january. they had to start all over. >> i have not seen it in a while. i'm back in. >> t-- the highest level talks between u.s. and north korea. will they get to the negotiating
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a delegation of officials from south korea has arrived in pyongyang and right now, we believe they are meeting with north korean leader kim jong un. they plan to raise the possibility of talks with the u.s. the latest heated exchange with the u.s. and north korea raises serious doubts about getting both parties to the table. will ripley tracking the latest from beijing. will, north korea talking about the issue with the jokes at the gridiron dinner. some serious comments? >> reporter: absolutely. i have to say that the fact this south korean delegation meeting with kim jong un is going well. they arrived overnight and they had a first round discussions with a number of lower level officials in north korea. their county parcitercounterpar. not lower level. south korea sent the top security adviser.
they got the green light to have dinner with kim jong un. there was some common ground. the number one focus is to set up a dialogue with the united states. they will fly back to the u.s. shortly after they leave pyongyang tomorrow. a debrief in seoul and head to washington to talk with u.s. officials and try to keep the ball rolling in terms of discussions about north korea's north carolina progr nuclear program. president trump saying north korea called and said they want to talk, but they have to denuke. north korean media saying they will absolutely not denuke. if they think they will do that, they are ridiculous. every discussion i have had over the last three years, they have given zero indication they are willing to give up nuclear weapons. xi jinping is poised in the coming days to complete the power grab by the change of the constitution approved by the top legislative body abolishing term
limits. allowing jinping to become president for life. president trump joking saying he would like to try it some day. >> i'm sure that raised a few eyebrows where you are located. thank you. 18 minutes past the hour. israeli prime minister heads to the white house today. it comes with controversy over the legal moves in israel. we are live in jerusalem. radilor and it cares for my hair. no color protects better or covers grays better. 100% satisfaction guaranteed. so much care in one little box. excellence créme from l'oréal paris. my gums are irritated. i don't have to worry about that, do i? actually, you do. harmful bacteria lurk just below the gum line, and if you're not taking care of your gums, you're not taking care of your mouth. so now i use this. crest gum detoxify. introducing new crest gum detoxify... it works below the gum line and is clinically proven to neutralize harmful plaque bacteria
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netanyahu under scrutiny in israel. police say there is enough evidence to indict him on charges, including bribery. cnn's ian lee is in jerusalem. ian, clearly the two men are sympatico with the trouble brewing. he is in trouble at home. >> reporter: christine, he is happy to be in washington away from legal drama here in israel. he is being investigated as a suspect in three cases and just last friday investigators questioning him for the eighth time. his trip to washington, he says he has a focus, and it is all about iran. he sees iran as a major threat to israel. he doesn't like the iranian nuclear deal which he says fix it or nix it. french officials will be in iran talking to the iranian government and the ballistic
missiles. and in the region. iran's involvement in the civil war in syria as well as lebanon. we are expecting the president to talk about the peace process. the ultimate deal. something he brought up time after time with the special envoy. we are hearing there is a plan, but none of us has seen it. we have talked to officials and they have not seen it as well. they say it is there. another issue they are likely to bring up is the moving of the u.s. embassy to jerusalem some time in may. we are also hearing the ga guatemala will move its embassy in may. >> interesting. all right. thanks for that, ian lee. final week of the florida legislative session begins today. the state senate expected to vote on the broad new gun bill
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hyperventilating a little bit. if i fall, pick me up. because i've got some things to say. >> boy, the oscars with a focus on diversity and role of women in hollywood. we have the winners and answer to the question everybody is asking later today. what is an inclusion rider? how about the fourth time in five years, a mexican won best director. welcome back to d"early start." i'm dave briggs. >> i'm christine romans. white house officials are defending the tariffs on foreign steel and aluminum. the president gave no further details. we don't foe wknow what it will like. it caused immediate outcry from businesses and trading partners and rupepublicans. the fear is the risk on the companies that manufacture steel and aluminum.
white house officials were on a pr offensive promising tariffs will not hurt the broader economy. adding no countries will be exempt. even key allies. here is trade adviser peter navarro. >> an exemption prior for -- procedure for a particular case where we need to have e exemptions so business can move forward, but at this point in time, there will be no country exclusion. >> that is peter navarro. navarro was backed up by commerce secretary wilbur ross. he says no exceptions. >> as far as i know he is talking about a fairly broad brush. >> theresa may said about tariffs that experts are warning it could cause a trade war. the eu is slapping tariffs on
harley davidson and bourbon and levi's jeans. in return, the president threatened to tax european cars. europe imposes a 10% tariff on american cars. it employs thousands of workers in the united states. trump's announcement was made against the wishes of top advisers, including gary cohen. the administration is do downplaying reports he is ready to leave. >> let's talk about this with philip wegmann. this completion situation that most of us are not adept on like christine romans. the commerce secretary says as far as i know.
why does the commerce secretary not know everything about the policy? >> the commerce secretary needs to know the basic commerce for the last century. the tariffs don't work. this is not an esoteric argument. we know tariffs hurt the economy. we saw this with president bush imposed tariffs on steel. we saw it when president obama imposed tariffs on tires. to think we will do this again on a broader scale and with no apparent plan in place is just fantasy thinking. >> it is, though, a campaign promise. i would argue that so many of the stock market highs were because wall street saw a pro business president who was not going to embark on trade strategy that he won the white house on and now we see he intends to do this. "the wall street journal" saying
taxes on imports will not bring jobs back to pittsburgh. and you are talking about 140,000 jobs in steel industry versus 6.5 million jobs in the united states that rely on steel to make stuff. this will mean higher prices for consumers. how can the white house promise that the pro-growth tax cuts will not be undone or dented by trade problems? >> they can promise all they want until right before november when consumers and voters start seeing less moecney in the paychecks and higher tabs at the bar or at the car dealerships. they will see things cost more. i think there will be a significant political cost here if there are some of the retaliatory tariffs put in place against the united states. ahead of november. all of the benefits of the tax cuts, those are good and fine, that is a promise that president
trump kept. we don't know what will happen with tariff policy which is around the corner. that has to be troubling because job growth has been what propped up the presidency in the first year. for the president to game ble wh this is not a smart move. >> i know people are making 500 points over two days dow fell. i think they will believe this will be watered down because the stock market would be down more if they thought this tariffs 25% and 10% would be in place across the board. >> some are asking canada is easily our largest importer of steel. punishing china is one thing. >> south korea is number two. >> brazil and mexico. >> these are countries with which we are doing other trade deals and diplomacy in the case of south korea. some argue china is number 10 or 11 on the list. many argue that china is dumping
steel in other countries and coming here because of the obama administration moves and hiding exports. >> if you look at that map, a lot of our friends are actually going to be hurt as a result, not our enemies. i find it disingenuous that the white house is mocking nancy pelosi for her comment on crumbs and hurt allies and increase the products for people at the lowest levels of the economic spectrum. it is backwards. >> all of the companies will eat the higher prices. they won't pass it on to the consumer. philip, thank you. the academy awards not free of politics. the me too show capped by warren beatty and faye dunaway getting a second chance after getting the wrong envelope and reading
the wrong winner. >> it is so nice seeing you again. >> as they say, presenting is lovelier the second time around. >> and the oscar goes to -- "the shape of water." >> guillermo del toro checked the envelope to make sure it took top prize. jimmy kimmel had a few jokes. some aimed at president trump, but most of the focus on the me too movement. >> oscar is 90 years old tonight which means he is probably at home right now watching fox news. oscar is still number one. no question about it. oscar is the most beloved and respected man in hollywood. there is a very good reason why. just look at him. he keeps his hands where you can see them.
never says a rude word. and most importantly, no penis at all. he is literally a statue of limitations. if we are successful here, if we can work together to stop sexual harassment in the workplace if we can do that, women will only have to deal with harassment all the time every place they go. >> three of harvey weinstein's accusers shared an emotional moment on stage. >> the changes we are witnessing are driven by the powerful sound of new voices of different voices and of our voices. joining together in a chorus saying time's up. >> frances mcdormand won best lead actress for the role in "three billboards outside ebbing, missouri." she delivered a message of female empowerment. >> if i may be so honored to
have all the female nominees in every category stand with me in this room tonight. the actors, meryl, if you do it, everybody else will do it. the filmmakers, producers, directors, the writers, cinematographers, the designers, come on! okay. look around, everybody. look around, ladies and gentlemen. we all have stories to tell and projects we need financed. don't talk to us about it at the parties tonight. invite us into your office in a couple of days or you can come to ours. we will tell you all about them. i have two words to leave with you tonight. ladies and gentlemen, inclusion rider.
>> thought two -- those two words are inclusion rider which is a clause in a contract that requires diversity of the cast and crew. gary oldman won for winston churchill. and allison janney won for "i, tonya" and sam rockwell won for a racist police officer in "three billboards." >> one other note from the show. we learned who is in charge when "house of cards" returns in the fall. >> we're just getting started. >> the first promo for the final season of the show has robin wright after kevin spacey is gone after sexual misconduct scandal. >> most americans are trying to figure out what it is about. no top ten box office film has
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5:46 eastern time. a delegation of officials from south korea arrived in pyongyang. we believe they are meeting with kim jong un. they plan to raise the talks with the united states. the latest heated exchange with the united states and north korea brings doubt to get both to the table. we have will ripley live from beijing. >> reporter: not in any possible way, shape or form have the north koreans willing to give up
nuclear weapons. they said the united states would be ridiculous to assume they would give up that nukes. they agreed toe wahey want to t but north korea will not denuke. the south korean delegation visiting pyongyang. we believe they are meeting and they will have dinner with kim jong un. shortly after the trip, they fly to washington to brief u.s. lawmakers and pass along a message to set the stage for direct talks with the united states and north korea. it is hard to see how much progress they will make given how far apart they are on the issue. don't forget, if diplomacy doesn't work, the u.s. is willing to move to phase two to stop north korea to develop the nuclear weapons. in china, a big political story. xi jinping is expected to fully
solidify his grip on power of the country. abolishing presidential term limits. that means he could be president for life. that being approved at the national people's congress. this goes to show china is moving to authoritarian strong man rule. >> the president joking about it over the weekend. will ripley, thank you. the turkey embassy is shutdown because of a security threat. no further details about the u.s. embassy shutdown because of the threat has been released. all are asked to avoid large crowds and be aware of security. and how many passengers does it take to kill a $40 million tax break for delta? 13. details on "cnn money" next.
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iran. he is against the eyiranian nuclear deal and influence in the middle east. he said time after time fix the nuclear deal or nix it. the nuclear deal has support from the international community. we are also hearing about the french enjvenvoy in iran to tal about the nuclear deal. and the prime minister netanyahu has said the iran involvement in syria and lebanon is an issue for israel. the other issue is the peace deal. here is a plan, but none of us has seen details of the plan. officials have not seen the details of the plan. a plan that will be difficult to push forward especially when the palestinians say they want nothing to do with the united states. there is also the embassy move which is going to take place in may. we're expecting an invitation for president trump to come and cut the ribbon.
>> ian lee, thank you. kobe bryant adding to the impressive trophy case winning an oscar for the short "dear basketball." >> andy scholes has more in the bleacher report. >> kobe telling reporters that winning this oscar feels better than winning a championship. that's how much this means. it was based off the poem he wrote in 2015. accepts his oscar, kobe taking the shot at the news host who said should up and dribble. >> as basebaketball players, wee supposed to shut up and dribble? i'm glad we do more than that. thank you for the honor. >> the win was met with congratulations with many and fair amount of criticism. kobe was charged with sexual assault in 2003 before the case was dropped. the first punching the
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dash. he benched 225 pounds 20 times wearing a propsthetic left arm. guys, he is showing everyone you really can do anything if you put your mind to it and really cool, shaquem's twin brother ran the same time in the 40-yard dash last year. 4.38. twin >> that is awesome. getting the attention of skrfplt j. watt, von miller. and he was a late add to the combine. what a great story. thanks, andy. president trump's tariffs are shaking markets. u.s. stocks closed mixed. the selloff could on continue today. global markets are mixed. why is the market freaked out by trade? protectionism threatened to
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