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the white house. the president ready to replace h.r. mcmaster. two sources say the president has not made the final decision on who will replace mcmaster. the timing is unclear. we are told the president wants do it before direct talks before the united states and north korea. one source says any delay stems from mcmaster delaying his final steps. one report is the president wants a softer landing with mcmaster over the secretary of state rex tillerson firing over twitter. >> there has been a personality and stylish you between the president and mcmaster. the press secretary sarah sanders tweeting this. contrary to reports, the president and mcmaster have a good working relationship. there are no changes at the security council. donald trump called reports exaggerated and very false. listen. >> we have gotten to know a lot
of people in the past year. i have been in washington for more than a year. some people have been here 30 or 40 years. i have gotten to know great people. there will always be change. >> the president signalled he is prepared to get rid of aides he clashed with after a year in office. he has become more self assured and starting to trust his gut more. the latest sign the russia investigation is picking up steam. a source tells us that special counsel robert mueller has subpoenaed the trump organization for business documents. "new york times" says it includes records relating to russia. this is the first known instance of mueller demanding documents connected to donald trump's businesses. >> we should note the trump organization has turned over a number of documents voluntarily. our source says the subpoena is meant to quote clean up and assure all records are handed office over. the president says any investigation of his family
finances would cross a line. our jeff zeleny asked press secretary sarah sanders about that. >> does the president still believe between a red line on family finances separately from family finances or business finances relating to the russia as it pertains to the case? >> the president believes strongly there was no collusion between the trump campaign and russia. we will continue to cooperate with the special counsel and for questions specific to the trump organization, i would refer you to them. >> attorney for the trump organization said in a statement the latest reports are quote old news. >> reports of the mueller subpoena came after the trump administration announced new sanctions on russia. including people the special counsel indicted last month. the administration, six weeks late, meeting a mandate to impose punishments on moscow for the meddling in the 2016 elections. the white house also lodging a new accusation against the kremlin. that russian intelligence tried
to hack the u.s. energy grid. in total, the sanctions applied to 19 individuals and 5 companies and government agencies. >> among them, internet research agency, the russian troll farm, that put out divisive political posts on facebook and other sites. some employees also on the list after the administration announced the sanctions and press secretary sarah sanders would not say if the kremlin is a friend or foe. >> is putin a friend or foe of the united states? >> that is something russias that to -- russia has to make that determination. you can see from the actions that we have taken up until this point we will be tough on russia until they decide to change their behavior. >> senior international correspondent frederik pleitgen joining us from moscow this morning. fred, play this out. if the kremlin press secretary were asked that question, what
do you think they would answer? >> reporter: quite frankly, they would answer pretty much the same thing. it is up to the u.s. to try to mend relations with russia. certainly what we have been hearing from the kremlin over the past -- since the u.s. election in 2016. they blame everything on the americans. americans are the reason why the relations have gone as low as they have here. at this point in time, they would say u.s. is an adversary, but president trump is not. that is something you keep hearing from the kremlin and other agencies. they will criticize the u.s., but take president trump out of the criticism. even today, they have had a statement saying they would like to keep the window for dialogue open as they say. in the past, we have seen little criticism of the president himself. as far as the sanctions are concerned, dave, the russians are saying they will hit back at the u.s. they will expand what they call the black list of americans. they have not said how exactly
they plan to do that. how many individuals they may sanction or entities they may sanction. they certainly say the new sanctions by the treasury are hurting them very much. one of the main guys on the list is an oligarch close to vladimir putin. he runs the internet research agency that did damage in the run-up to the u.s. election. he said he could not care less about the sanctions. he will stop eating at mcdonald's. >> you know who likes mcdonald's? the president. thank you, fred. joining us this morning is commentary writer is shiraz. we could jump out and go to the press conference on the florida international university bridge collapse. he doesn't like chaos. let's call it turmoil. we are stunned to see arizona bounced out of the ncaa
tournament. okay, we will cut to the press conference for the bridge collapse. we will continue working throughout the night. we have engineers on scene and ntsb's team arrived last night to join the efforts. we have a representative from the fbi and representative from osha here as well as others. as of last night's briefing, it was determined by miami-dade fire rescue they would relinquish the lead on the operation to the police department. now this has turned from a rescue to recovery operation. we are able to confirm to you at this point, you have to understand, this is a slow process. they are still working away at the concrete. engineers have told us last night it has to be done carefully. not only because of the fact we have to preserve evidence and not only the fact there may be possible victims under there and treat it delicately, but for the safety of the rescuers as well.
because of the unstableness of the bridge that is going on right now. this is a slow process. they are still working on it as they have all night long. we can confirm at this point at least we can confirm six fa fatalities. we are working throughout the night with the family members. ntsb has a victim advisory personnel working closely with the families. we are able to say we are going to continue to work on this throughout the day. we will provide media briefs to you as the day goes by. the next one will be approximately 9:00 a.m. give or take. we will have members of each entity to be able to provide additional information. as far as the names, we have not been able to confirm to us yet
or to be able to divulge the information regarding names or race or sex of the victims of the fatalities. we know that fire rescue transported nine on the ut of hd to the local hospital. one may have transported themselves. the report from kendall regional is they have ten at the hospital. the numbers will fluctuate. any questions? in english? none have been removed. we only have the six confirmed which are the ones we have been able to reach out. however, they are saying at least because there is the possibility, the sad possibility, that under the concrete there may be additional vehicles. they are trying to work at it with the engineers in a tactical way. as i mentioned before, the structure is very fragile. it could be very dangerous to
rescue personnel still there. people working on it. >> the six fatalities will be recovered? >> yes. >> do you have the ages of the victims? >> we don't have ages, race or sex as of yet. i'll take that back. they confirmed they had six. we know one of them passed away at the hospital. that was the five and the additional. to say specifically they were removed. that may not -- we may not have gotten to that point on those. we cannot tell you which have been and which have not been removed. correct. the entire bridge is in jeopardy because of the fact of the structure of how it is laying. that is what the engineers were concerned about last night during the operational brief. how will they approach this bridge in the tactical way where
>> all right. there is the update from the miami-dade police department. fatalities updated from four to six. no names have been released. what is difficult is the recovery because the entire bridge can collapse. that makes the mission more difficult. >> this is transitioned from a rescue to recovery mission. a lot of questions because there are reports that at the time of the accident that the bridge was being tightened. it begs the question, why was the area not cleared to keep traffic and pedestrians away from the bridge? we will monitor the press conference and bring you the latest. >> another update at 9:00. up next, we have shiraz back with us to discuss the latest departur departure from the trump administration. stick around. withate ererheuma? do what i did. ask your doctor about humira. it's proven to help relieve pain and protect joints from further irreversible damage in many adults.
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joining us from washington is shiraz. good morning. march madness on the courts and in the white house. what is this inn sstability and what is the pivotal issues with the meeting with kim jong un? >> the white house and staffing exchange a changes and turnover is particularly where we move on policy. that is where president trump is looking at with the steel and aluminum tariffs with gary cohn leaving as a result of that issue. what we are seeing with h.r. mcmaster, there are possible replacements whether it is keith kellogg or even john bolton. both choices right there present
a shift in where president trump could go to a hawkish stance over what he is dealing with over keith kellogg. president trump has his beliefs, but depends on his advisers and what he is told that influences his policy. >> you mentioned john bolton. he was advocating a military strike on north korea. context on that possible selection. >> let's talk about mcmaster and the whole musical chairs in the white house. it is no secret that the president has clashed with mcmaster on foreign policy issues. with that in mind, listen to something the president said. listen. >> i like conflict. i like two people with two different points of view. i like that. i like watching it.
i like seeing it. i like different points of view. >> that is what the president said last week. he likes different points of view. here is the problem. he is showing the door to people who have the different points of view. does he like the different views or does he just want yes people in the white house? how much of a problem is that to have yes people in the white house sf house? >> right. yes, president trump likes yes men around him. a lot of the current adviser s have been telling him no. the fact of the matter is gary cohn pushed president trump to steer away from steel and al aluminum tariffs and that led to cohn's departure. it is friday. we could look at a bloody friday considering we are looking at andrew mccabe getting fired. jeff sessions getting fired?
robert mueller getting fired? a anyone in the government could get fired. i would not be surprised if president trump fires himself. >> there are reports of him wanting to rip off the band-aid. >> i think he loves himself too much to fire himself. >> let's talk about russia. the cahaos continues in the whie house. there is push back they are not doing anything against russia. sanctions passed 98-2 weeks ago. "the wall street journal" says mr. putin taunts the west because he knows the leaders lack the political nerve to strike back. mr. putin won't be deterred from future aggressioaggression. will this have impact or is this a symbolic gesture? >> you can look at the pr standpoint in the white house not doing anything with respect
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breaking moments ago. six people now dead after the bridge collapse in miami. we are live with the latest. president trump shopping for a new national security adviser. he will replace h.r. mcmaster when he finds one. is putin a friend or foe of the united states? >> that is something that russia has to make that determination. >> the white house staying soft on russia despite finally leveling sanctions. overnight, russia punches back against the new measures. good morning. welcome back to "early start." i'm alison kosik. >> i'm dave briggs. 32 minutes after the hour. we start with breaking news. >> in the last few minutes, the increase of the death toll from
the collapse of the pedestrian bridge in miami. >> now this has turned into from a rescue to a recovery operation. we can confirm at this point at least we can confirm six fatalities. >> police now saying at least six people died when the huge pedestrian bridge crashed on to the busy intersection near the campus of florida international university. >> a 15-member go team from the national transportation safety board trying to determine what went wrong. senator rubio tweeting the cables on the bridge were loosened and were tightened when the crash occurred. we have rosa flores live at the scene. what is the latest? >> reporter: good morning, dave. as you mentioned overnight this has gone from a search and rescue operation to search and recovery operation. that means the painstaking task of removing the 950 tons of concrete of this bridge begins
for the rescuers. now here is what we know from authorities. this bridge was installed on saturday. it collapsed yesterday at about 1:30 in afternoon when rescuers arrived eight vehicles were pinned under the bridge. we know the number of dead is increased from four to six. nine others were transported to the hospital. what rescuers have been doing is first trying to rescue all of the people they could that were pinned under the bridge. at this hour, they are using heavy equipment to remove the tons and tons of concrete to try to get recover some of the potential bodies that could be underneath. here is the other complication that authorities explained to us this morning. they say this is going to be a very difficult investigation. it involves local, state and federal officials. fbi and ntsb and osha and
homicide investigation. what they are explaining to us as they recover some of the evidence, they have to take into consideration that all of these investigations will be happening at the same time. the crucial irony here is the bridge was constructed for the safety of the students at fiu because a student died last year trying to cross this multi-lane highway. so that is what they have to deal with now and the other painstaking idea here is this bridge was supposed to withstand a category 5 hurricane. alison and dave. >> last for a century. so many questions ahead. rosa, we will have the latest on "new day." thank you for the report. after speaks weeks of specu president trump is looking to replace his security adviser h.r. mcmaster.
the president has not made a final decision on who replaces mcmaster. we are told the president wants it done before direct talks with u.s. and north korea. one delay is stemming from mcmaster from finalizing his next steps. >> the president has irritation with the style and personality with mcmaster. the white house pushed back against reports of the change. press secretary sarah sanders tweeting this, contrary to reports, the president and mcmaster have a good working relationship and there are no changes at the national security council. trump calling reports of the impending staff exchange exaggerated and -- staff changes exaggerated and false. >> i have been in washington for more than a year. some people have been here for 30 or 40 years. i have gotten to know great people. there will always be change. >> the president signalled he is prepared to get rid of his aides he clashed with as he has been
in office for more than a year and he is more assured and trusting his gut more. the russian investigation is picking up steam. a source tells us special counsel robert mueller has subpoenaed the trump organization for business documents. "the new york times" reporting the subpoena includes records relating to russia. this is the first known instance of mueller demanding documents connected to donald trump's businesses. >> we should note the trump organization has already turned over a wide range of documents voluntarily. our source says the subpoena meant to quote clean up and assure all records are handed over. the president has said any investigation of his or his family's personal finances would cross a red line. our jeff zeleny asked press secretary sarah sanders about just that. >> does the president still believe or draw distinction between a red line of family
finances or business finances relating to russia as it pertains to the case? >> the president believes there was no collusion between the trump campaign and russia. we will continue to cooperate with the special counsel and for questions specific to the trump organization, i would refer you to them. >> an attorney for the trump organization said the statements of the reports are quote old news. reports of robert mueller's subpoena came after the administration announced new sanctions on russia. including people the special counsel indicted last month. the administration, six weeks late, meeting this mandate to impose punishment on moscow for the 2016 election meddling. the white house lodging a new accusations against the kremlin that russian intelligence tried to hack the u.s. energy grid. the sanctions applied to 19 individuals and 5 companies and government agencies. >> among them, internet research agency. the russian troll farm that
cranked out divisive political posts on facebook and twitter and other sites. two agencies and some employees are also on the list. after the administration announced the sanctions, press secretary sarah sanders would not say if the kremlin is an ally or adversary. >> is putin a friend or foe of the united states? >> i think that is something russia has to make that determination. they have to decide if they want to be a good actor or bad actor. i think you can see from the actions that we have taken up until this point, we will be tough on russia until they decide to change their behavior. >> we have senior correspondent frederik pleitgen joining us live from moscow. any indication they will change their behavior? >> reporter: no, i don't think there is any indication of the russians changing. they believe that it is the u.s. that needs to work on improving u.s./russia relations. they say everything that happened since the election in
2016 was initiated by the u.s. they regret all of this issue. it is interesting to hear the question. if you ask that same question to the russian press person for the kremlin, he would answer it pretty much the same way. russians this point in time would consider the u.s. to be an adversary, but not donald trump to be an adversary. they criticize the u.s. and they take president trump out of the criticism. you look at the measures taken by the treasury. the russians don't brief thelie are biting. the russians will expand what they call the black list of americans. it is unclear how they do that or how many more americans they may sanction. at the same time, it seems they are laughing off the new sanctions. the main guy on the sanctions list who was in charge of the internet research agency, troll farm, he says he could not care less about the sanctions.
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this is the long good-bye. this is a matter of when. right now, we are seeing mcmaster who has tried to undermine tillerson. president trump did not like that. john kelly did not like that especially. it seems the personality conflict that mcmaster and trump have had has played more of a role in how they can come together and influence matters on policy with respect to national security. i would be interesting to see if mcmaster would be replaced by keith kellogg or former u.s. ambassador to the u.n. john bolton. that would present a contrast where president trump wants to go. a hawkish or dove-ish approvapa. >> he likes john bolton on tv and larry kudlow. we could hear a "fox & friends" weekend host could be in the
running. he is trusting his gut more. leave it to seth meyers to put it in perspective late last night. >> the aggressive reshovufflingf the team and make choices without advisers. among rumors of staff departures coming soon, one official told "vanity fair" the president is finally realizing he is the president. he is just making these decisions on his own. that is terrifying. that's like in "jurassic park" and the velasoraptors opening the doors. >> all bets are off. you would think this is good news that a president is getting confident and trusting his gut. is it? >> there is something to say about president trump being
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the syrian border. the helicopter is similar to the blackhawk. it was carrying seven crew members. officials say early reports do not indicate hostile fire. the cause is under investigation. students who walked out of class to demand tougher gun control laws find free speech comes with a price. south carolina's largest district issuing discipline to 500 students for cutting class. more than 200 others in allentown, pennsylvania, slapped with saturday detention. in cobb county, georgia, students face five-day suspension. >> at park hill high school in kansas city, kids can spend a half hour in detention next week. in new york, students were given three days of after school detention. that punishment rescinded after the request from the governor. the aclu says the consequences don't exceed what is typical for
an infraction like cutting class, schools can discipline the students. a happy ending here. 11,000 miles, two dogs later. a dog mistakenly flown to japan is reunited with the family in kansas. the family back with ergo in wichita after united airlines mistakenly sent the 10-year-old german shepherd to japan. ergo arriving in wichita on thursday on a private charter. nice. >> amazing to have him back. it is a long four days. he jumped up and was crying. when he is super excited, he cries. >> i love that dog. the family placed ergo on the cargo flight from oregon to kansas. they were given a great dane instead. the great dane on the way back to japan. united >> can't wait to see that. global stocks turning higher after slipping overnight.
the s&p 500 fell yesterday over all the chaos in the trump administration. it dropped reports special counsel robert mueller subpoenaed the trump organization. investors were already nervous about the trade war, especially with china. the u.s. chamber of commerce is warning that it will hurt american consumers. it predicts a trade war could wipe out a third of the savings that families could get from tax reform. new claims that walmart fudged its data in order catch up with amazon. the suit was filed by a former executive who claims they fired him for complaining about it. walmart dismisses the allegations saying they were made by a disgruntled former
employee. it shows the rush against amazon if it's true. thanks for joining us. >> "new day" starts right now. they have irgo, plus the latest on the miami bridge collapse. six fatalities. the president has made the decision to remove h.r. mcmaster. >> there will always be change. i want to see different ideas. >> he bragged about i hired the best people, but he can't seem to keep people. >> i'm looking forward to seeing the president have the cabinet that he deserves. >> special counsel is looking into trump businesses. >> it is investigation 101 to follow the money. >> the president believes very strongly there is no collusion. >> no one individual in the united states is above the law. >> cars are just squi
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