tv Early Start with Christine Romans and Dave Briggs CNN March 27, 2018 2:00am-2:59am PDT
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motorcades in the streets overnight. is kim jong un in china? good morning. welcome to "early start." i'm christine romans. >> i'm dave briggs. we start with the big move from the u.s. 60 russian diplomats have one week to pack up and leave the united states. president trump ordering it as part of the effort with european and other allies. the move is a response to the poisoning in the u.s. k of the double agent and his daughter. senior officials say all of those the u.s. is expelling has been identified as intelligence agents. >> also ordering the closure of the russian consulate near seattle. this is the president's most forceful action so far. not related to the election meddling.
this announcement came from the press secretary. the white house would only say this. >> the united states has issued sanctions on key russian oligarchs in the response to the meddling in the 2016 election. i would not close doors. the president doesn't telegraph his moves. >> we should note only one person considered an oligarch has been sanctioned by the united states. still this is the biggest group expulsion of the russian intelligence officers ever. and national security advise other john bolton and secretary of state nominee mike pompeo have called for tougher sanctions against russia. >> russia is responding. sort of by trolling the white house. the embassy in washington sending a tweet which consulate they would like shut. for more on the russians, we go live to moscow and bring in
cnn's phil black. in situations like this, i think we can expect the russians will expel american diplomats. 60 is a big number from the u.s. >> reporter: it is. certainly. they will retaliate. you can be certain of that. russian officials are drawing the options and vladimir putin will decide how to proceed. the early indication we have been given by president putin's spokesperson is the response is one for one. that is how russia responded when britain was the first country to expel 23 diplomats over the nerve agent inincident. russian he -- evicting 23. we saw an example of that after 35 russian diplomats were expelled by the united states at the end of 2016 over alleged
russian meddling. russia responded by saying the united states must cut down total diplomatic staffing by 755 people. a long way from one for one. we will look to see how robust that russian response will be. christine. >> phil black, thank you. joining us this morning is political editor brianna williams. >> good morning. >> it is going well. let's talk about this new strong response from the united states. stronger than the obama administration in punishing russia. stronger than the uk. more than twice as many expelled here. is this a new direction in terms of how the trump administration responds to russia? >> it certainly seems so. you would remember that this comes on the heels of that really note worthy call that
trump had with putin the other week. the do not congratulate call. this is on the heels of bad pr in terms of relations with russia and putin in particular. now the trump administration as we said is really taking some strong action toward russia. those sanctions not super strong on oligarchs. this may seem to be the first step and as you said, we are partnering with the international allies. this is a big step forward. >> that is what is important. this is an international allies coming together in defense of the united kingdom. this is not about election meddling. this is specifically about the uk. >> absolutely. i think it is interesting and important that all of these people expelled were identified as intelligence officers. it is not too crazy if, in fact, you know, russia was behind this attack in the uk. it is not crazy to think this could happen in the united
states. i think the final number in the uk they said over 100 british citizens could have been affected by this attack. it is not crazy to think that could happen here. i think this is a step in the trump administration's mind of protecting the u.s. citizens as partnering with allies. >> we await the russian response. we have the democrats response to include a citizenship question in the 2020 census. eric holder tweeting this overnight. this is purely political. the trump administration is trying to rig the 2020 census by intimidating people. he goes on to say we will sue. there seems to be good reason for the question or at least knowing how many illegals are here in the united states. >> the point of the census is to count who lives in america. not the status. >> the desire in the united
states to know how many people are here illegally. to see this as purely political. where is it headed? >> i did a little reading of the constitution this morning. as it turns out, popular districts in congress are determined by citizens and non citizens. if large numbers of people are not participating, that could impact redistricting in the future and people could go unrepresented. as a d.c. resident, i know a thing or two about lack of representation. >> it is also funding sdplchlt -- it is also funding. people who rely on how many people are in your district. >> this is congressional maps? >> that too. >> this question was part of the census for really long time. it was taken out in the 1950s. another time we were thinking
about voting rights and civil rights and people being represented equally. it is not just citizens who pay taxes. it is immigrants, legal and illegal, who pay taxes and should be represented. as you said, it is kids. the kids could be affected. schools. the population is everyone, right right? everyone should be taken into account. regardless of status. it is interesting. the california attorney general is also suing or promised to sue. this is not last we will hear. the census has really had a big impact. this is how we make a lot of decisions. how researchers study the u.s. population. it is not the government. it has a long lasting and wide impact. >> prior commerce departments have spent a long time to make sure the numbers are pure and
legit. going door-to-door and getting people comfortable to answer questions about where they live and what they do and you just wonder how this would poison that data. >> if they don't respond accurate accurately. >> or not at all. let's ask about polling. the president's favorable rating up among republicans and independents. that is despite the stormy daniels scandal and karen mcdougal. all of the white house chaos and the people coming in and out of the administration. several noted departures. how do you explain it? >> it has been a month, right? one interesting thing we pointed out in the news letter last night is that his approval ratings are nipping at the heels of obama and reagan. they did have huge losses in the
mid terms for their parties. it is really interesting. trump's approval rating overall is up. near his level after his first 100 days. the place he is not doing hot are the places that are really interesting. he is doing really well when it comes to the economy. after all of the controversy over the tariffs he imposed. he is not doing so well is the foreign trade and things like that. also people are not really hot on his response to gun control measures. some things in the news are really impacted. one of the things that is interesting about the poll is that 2/3 of those polled believe the women who are bringing allegations against the president. at the same time, his numbers are up. it shows what is important and what is not when it comes to overall approval rating. >> all right.
brenna williams, thank you. > >> i think the jobs is a big issue. >> republicans want to run on that. ahead, rumors swirling over heavy security in beijing over what appears to be a train belonging to the north korean leader party. overnight, clarity on who that person may be on the train. we have cnn's andrew stevens in beijing with the intriguing possib possibility. good morning, andrew. >> reporter: good morning, dave. intriguing is the word. not a lot of clarity. one of the contacts of cnn said there is a strong possibility it is kim jong un. this contact has a deep knowledge of north korea. other than that, certainly no open efficiently line. in fact -- no official line. in fact, the spokesperson was
asked is kim jong un in beijing. she replied i have no idea. if you look at the level of security here. the fact the train came to beijing and this train, we think, is the same train or one of the trains that kim jong un's father used when he came to beijing back in 2010. that could be a clue. also a level of security here. what we know at this stage, whoever was in beijing has now left. the train is on the way back to north korea. we won't know officially, at least we suspect if the past is any guide, until that train or person has cleared the border with china who was here. the chinese won't say anything while the person is still in china. dave. >> good stuff. andrew, thank you. the mystery train. all right. 12 minutes past the hour. father of the pulse nightclub shooter was an informant for the fbi. now he is being investigated for
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heavy security. is kim jong un in china? we will go there shortly. we'll co welcome back to "early start." i'm dave briggs. >> i'm christine romans. 60 russian diplomats have one week to pack up and get out of the united states. president trump ordering expulsion as part of the effort with european and other allies. the move in response to the poisoning of the russian double agent and his daughter. all those the u.s. is expelling is u.s. intelligence agents. >> the closure of the russian consulate near seattle by the boeing factory. this is the president's forceful action against russia so far. although not related to election meddling. whether sanctions against vladimir putin could be next? the white house would only say this.
>> the united states has issued sanctions on key russian oligarchs in response to the meddling in the 2016 election. i wouldn't close any doors or preclude any potential action. the president doesn't telegraph his moves. >> one person considered an oligarch has been sanctioned by the u.s. this is the biggest group expulsion ever. >> russia responding sort of by trolling the white house. embassy in washington sending a tweet asking followers which consequence lawsu consulate they would like to see shut. for more on the russians and what they have in store, we go live to moscow and phil black. phil, when do we expect a response? >> reporter: the timing is tricky, dave. vladimir putin is dealing with
multiple issues. have the growing number of russian diplomats expelled from around the world. specifically, putin is facing anger from the siberian city where many were killed in the mall fire. that is where putin is today meeting locals trying to deal with that grief. at the same time, we are told he is the person who will decide just how russia will retaliate to the number of expulsions around the world. we have been told it is resa tit-for-tat or one for one. that is what russia did earlier. as the united states experienced after it expelled 35 diplomats at the end of 2016, russia's response was to tell the u.s. to cut down its staff in the country by 755 people. that is a long way from one for
one. a big range of options in between. we expect russia will move on this pretty quickly as they continue to maintain the innocence. they still insist they had nothing to do with the use of the chemical weapon in the small english town. dave. >> just getting started. thank you, phil. >> joining us is editor brenna williams. good morning. nice to see you. what is your response to the russia news? you have the united states really stepping in with global allies working together to defend the uk. theresa may asked for a coordinated strong response. does this signal the white house is getting tough on russia? >> i think yes. this is the first step here. you will remember this comes on the heels of the pr disaster of the call with vladimir putin the other week. the do not congratulate call and
sanctions they levied that were not as strong as some people would have liked to have been. this is a strong move and this is really bold and the first step in what might be a stronger and tougher policy by the trump administration on russia. >> it is a bit counterintuitive. the president refuses to talk the talk, but his administration does walk the walk. we have never seen anything like this and this is not tabloid fodder. why won't the president personally engage? is this his administration doing things he refuses to do? >> it is an interesting question. first, we know the president is concerned with his public image. he wants to sound tough. he wants to be tough. he also likes to be liked. he likes to be liked by people in power. that might include vladimir putin who he congratulated on his win in the election.
it might be a trump move to have his people carry out what might make him look strong and still be everybody's best friend. >> let's talk about the census quickly. a real change afoot here. you drive into a small town here, you see le clare, iowa, population, 1,900. this administration wants to add a citizenship question. why is that a big change? >> it is interesting. we used to ask the question. it was taken out in the 1950s. it is really important because this is among other things how we determine congressional district mapping. how we determine where federal funding goes and the census is not just supposed to count citizens. it is not just supposed to count voters. it is supposed to count everyone. citizens and non citizens. it impacts everyone.
if people don't answer the census because they are worried about i mmigration status, it could hurt people who are not participate in the census. like the kids. >> for their part, the doj says they are committed to free and fair elections and this fulfills that commitment. eric holder and attorney general of california will sue. i have to ask about stormy daniels, with all due apologies. this story continues to evolve. raj shah says the president doesn't believe the claims daniels made. nothing to collaborate her claim. like the putin story, the president will not engage on this story. what are the thieories too whyi is not? >> i'm sure he has been counselled to stay out of it and let his attorneys do the talking
for him. daniels' attorney said he is going to sue for defamation. this might be one step closer to get michael cohen or the president on deposition talking about the case. this story is not going away and daniels' attorney said that there is evidence, possibly, that we might see in coming weeks and months. until then, legally, evidence is important. we have not seen that yet. >> the population is 3,974 for le clare, iowa. >> did you butcher it? >> 2,000 people shy. thank you, brenna. rumors swirling worldwide over heavy security in beijing over a train belonging to north korea's first family.
both rumoring high level talks overnight and we have andrew stevens live in beijing with the intrigue. andrew. >> reporter: certainly a lot of intrigue in beijing at the moment. exactly the mystery person that appeared in a train? a train from a former era, dave. similar to his father's train. when i say his, kim jong un. as kim jong un comes to beijing to speak to xi jinping, the chinese president. we have no official clarification from beijing at the moment. look at the security. security has been tight. that security extending to conversations of kim jong un online as well. certainly has been enough to show there is a very significant and senior person here. the chinese for their part are
saying -- stonewalling basically. one person from the foreign affairs was asked is kim jong un in town. she replied i have no idea. that gives you the idea that chinese will not comment at the moment. we will probably know once the train gets back into north korea. in the past, that has happened. nothing reporting the leader of north korea arriving in china until he actually left china. and very quickly, what is in it for china? china wants to get back to the top table considering the two meetings. nothing bigger than kim and trump in may. china wants to be among that and key player in getting kim jong un to the table in the first place through the sanctions. it wants to remain a force in the future of the korean peninsula. >> perhaps we will find out later. 5:41 p.m. andrew stevens, thank you. ahead, the father of the
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the attorney general of louisiana expected to announce whether he is charging two police officers in the 2016 shooting death of alton sterling. sterling was shot and killed by baton rouge police while they held him on the ground. police say sterling was reaching for a gun before he was killed. sterling's death followed by the shooting of philando castille. the defense expected to rest today in the trial of noor salman. widow of omar mateen. the judge denied a motion to dismiss the case. they claim they failed to disclose mateen's father was under investigation for money transfers to turkey and afghanistan weeks before the attack. noor salman pleaded not guilty including providing material support to terrorists. the woman who lent her name to civil rights history as the lead plaintiff in brown versus
the board of education has died. linda brown was 9 years old when her father enrolled her in the all-white school. her father sued. four similar cases combined a d went to the supreme court. the high court ruled it was unequal. linda brown was 75 years old. neviste coleman back at work for the white sox. cole man w coleman was convicted on rape and murder. he was freed after dna was linked to a serial rapist. the family contacted the white sox to get his job back. >> the past is the past. no more anger. upset. nothing. i was in there and i was miserable. i have my loved ones behind me and standing by my side.
>> the team is grateful that justice was carried out. coleman will work on april 5th against the detroit tigers. incredible. >> thank god for justice. science helped him. >> thanks for joining us. i'm dave briggs. >> i'm christine romans. "new day" starts right now. u.s. and allies made clear. >> you hit them in the pocketbo pocketbooks. this is multiple countries saying all of the actions have to stop. >> we will not tolerate russia's continued attempts to undermine our values. >> this coordinated response is significant. the president's silence speaks volumes. >> opened up a lot of political peril for the president. >> the only person who is inconsistent is the one making the claims. >> i'm tired of being called a liar. i k
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