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the doctor is in. the is the latest shakeup with the president's personal physician. but the lack of management experience is raising concerns. now outgoing secretary shulkin is firing back. the president's lawyer floated pardons for top campaign aides. was the trump legal team trying to keep michael flynn and paul manafort from cooperating in the russia probe? the date is set for leaders
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of north korea and south korea to meet. welcome to "early start." i'm michelle kosinski. >> great to have you here, my friend. i'm dave briggs. it is thursday, march 29th. you know dr. ronnie saying he has incredibly good genes. we have david shulkin out as secretary. in this case, we are told chief of staff john kelly gave shulkin the head's up on the phone. he said questions about the travel have been distractions getting in the way. the president campaigned hard on veterans. >> the big surprise was not shulkin's ouster which was rumored for weeks, but who is nominated to replace him. his personal physician. dr. ronnie jackson.
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unsurprisingly the performance on tv had to do with the selection. dr. jackson's white house briefing said the president's health played a part in his decision. here is a look back. >> no indication he has any cognitive issues. the president is sharp and ar articulate. look at his vision. he can drive if he wants to without glasses. he washes his hands frequently. he uses purell. his overall health is excellent. he has incredible genes. he will remain fit for this duty or another term if elected. >> the president known to say he is out of central casting. dr. jackson faces confirmation. he is an active duty navy 23i physician. in 2013, he was nominated by
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president obama to be physician to the president. dr. jackson has been named the replacement at the v.a. recently, but people have not taken it seriously. >> the nomination is not going over well with veterans groups. the executive director of the american veterans groups says it has come to a screeching halt. we are disappointed and more so we are concerned. concerned at the nominee. we don't see anything in the bio that makes him fit to lead. >> in a stinging op-ed published overnight, david shulkin takes aim at people who want to privatize the v.a. shulkin says the department has become evntangled in a brutal power struggle. >> he says, quote solutions should be determined on the merits of the arguments. the advocates for privatizing
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v.a. reject the approach. they saw me as an obstacle to the privatization that had to be removed. it is a political issue and rewarding select people and companies with profits if it undermines care. expanding health for veterans is a white house priority. president trump's top lawyer john dowd floated pardons for paul manafort and michael flynn. erashe raised it last year with chairman. both are now facing charges in the special counsel's russia investigation. >> dowd's reported action raises questions over influencing the decision to cooperate with the mueller probe. jeffe jefferey toobin provided contex. >> there is nothing unlawful
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about discussing pardons. where there could be trouble is if there was some sort of promise implied or given to witnesses in the mueller investigation that if you don't cooperate, you will get a paper patched. >> in -- pardon. >> in a statement to the times, dowd denied it. >> that report drawing an interesting reaction from kellyanne conway's husband. george conway. trolling the president by retweeting the story with the words this is flabbergasting. he was considered for several justice department posts early in the presidency. he has become a low-key critic of the president. cnn asked for a comment from george and kellyanne conway and they have not responded. trump 2020 campaign trying to rally support by touting the decision to add a question
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sit -- citizen shship to the u. census. many will fear it will identify themselves and under counting. that could mean a loss of funding and representation for the places. >> california sued to block the move in about a dozen states and civil rights groups planning lawsui lawsuits. the first time the question of citizenship has been included in the once a decade survey since the 1950s. it has appeared in longer census surveys. a federal judge giving the go ahead to a absolute alleging the president is profiting illegally from governments doing business with the trump organization in washington, d.c. maryland and d.c. attorneys general argued the trump hotels put other nearby hotels at a competitive disadvantage. the judge did not make any
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rulings on the al an galegation the case, but other governments moved to the president's hotel from other locations in d.c. could be a great time to buy amazon. shares fell 4% on news donald trump wants to crackdown on the online giant. axios says trump wants to go after amazon. a source calls him obsessed with the company. trump has tweeted how much he dislikes amazon. accusing it of avoiding sales tax and workers and post office. he links amazon to "the washington post" which he calls fake news. it is owned by jeff bezos and not amazon itself. the trump administration is not going after amazon at this time.
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amazon, facebook, apple, netf x netflix, google pushed from one issue to another. now under greater scrutiny now with facebook's crisis, don't hold your breath over regulation. vice president joe biden now regrets his comments about fighting president trump. he calls the podcast how he would have acted if he were in high school, not how he would have acted today. >> we didn't want to run a few of the names we were considering for the fight by you and you stop me when you feel we hit a winner. nagasaka. 1600 pennsylvania avenue.
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the big duel or sparalago. >> they are all good. what i did say, was, the way this came up and i should not have said what i said. i should not have brought it up. i don't want to get into the mosh pit with this guy. the idea i would get in a physical contest with the president or anybody else is not what i said and is not what this is about. >> so he didn't mean it literally. earlier this month, biden said he would beat the hell out of trump if the two were in high school because of the way trump talks about women. the president shot back with a tweet saying biden would go down fast and hard crying all the way if they did fight. >> only in 2018. imagine if these two were to debate in 2020. >> the other day i said i could fight you and take you down
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easily. i did not mean it. >> no question. i would go down easy. tall, skinny. opening day for major league baseball. a pitcher for the cleveland indians is making more than he asked for. you don't want to ask what he is doing with the money and why.
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a funeral in sacramento for stephon clark. the unarmed black man shot by police in his grandmother's backyard by police. officers thought his cell phone was a gun and opened fire. the police union defending the officers saying they reacted to a threat as they perceived it and actions were legally justified. >> meantime, protests intensified since the shooting. police and the sacramento kings bracing for more ahead of the team's nba home game tonight. protesters have blocked entrances to the kings golden 1
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center twice in the past week. there will be a significant police presence tonight. and a washington state family killed when the suv plunged 100 feet off the coastal highway in california. crash happened in a remote area about 180 miles north of san francisco. they were not wearing seatbelts. bodies of the two moms and three of the six children were found monday. >> among the three children missing, 15-year-old devonte. he appeared in a picture taken during the ferguson related protest in portland, oregon in 2015. hugging a police officer. the oklahoma senate approving a pay raise for state teachers is among the lowest paid in the country. average of $6,100 increase to be paid by gas and cigarettes. a starting teacher in oklahoma makes $32,000 a year. the increase is not enough.
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a walkout planned for the state capitol on monday is still on. teachers in arizona protested at their state capitol and demanded higher pay. much of this inspired by west virginia teachers whose 13-day strike led to a 5% pay raise this month. cleveland's pitcher trevor bauer finds the arbitration is an issue. he wanted $6,429,6969. he settled on filing for a higher number with no weed or sex reference and won his case. with the excess money, bauer is launching the 69 days of giving. he plans to donate $420.69 to
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different charities. on the final day, bauer will give $69,420 to a charity he is keeping secret. it begins today. baseball opening day with the donation to the lone survivor foundation which supports wounded veterans. the check of the twitter feed says the web site is bauerout e baueroutage.com. >> i don't get it. >> we'll talk at the break. >> thanks, dave. breaking overnight. the summit with north korea and south korea is set. denuclearization is on the agenda. another key player in the region wants to talk to pyongyang. we are live in seoul.
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breaking news. the date now set for the summit with leaders of north korea and south korea. deciding on the date on the border village at the demilitarized zone. we have ivan watson live with the details in seoul. good morning, ivan. >> reporter: officials met, dave, and agreed on a day on april 27th for the leaders of north and south korea to sit down face-to-face and talk. that will be the third time ever in history that the north and south korean leaders meet face-to-face. the south korean delegate says the two leaders will likely discuss at that meeting denuclearization. that is the elephant in the room here.
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north korea and its arsenal of nuclear weapons. according to chinese state media when kim jong un had the secret meeting in beijing, the summit with the chinese leader xi jinping, he mentioned the possibility of denuclearization provided south korea and the u.s. cooperate. in the past, north korea has said no way. there is no negotiating when it comes to its nuclear weapons. it is existential issue for the security. it is the big topic on the agenda here. there is a lot of shuttle diplomacy going along across east asia. top envoy from china here in seoul meeting with top officials who, they were caught off guard by the north korea and china summit, are welcoming it. saying it is a positive development. now get this? japan wants in on the diplomatic
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action. japan wants its own summit with the north korean leader and of course we're expecting some time in may president trump to sit down with kim jong un himself. the date has yet to be determined. >> and i bet shinzo abe doesn't want to be left out. thank you, ivan. investigation into the poisoning of the former russian be double agent and his daughter -- russian double agent and his daughter is intensifying. looking into the nerve agent used on sergei skripal's front door. investigators are looking at the house for weeks. we have cnn's phil black tracking the latest from moscow. phil, to know this was at his house. any other details about how this could have happened? who could have put it there? what is coming out if anything from scotland yard at this
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point? >> reporter: this is a key development, michellmichelle. police revealing where and how the nerve agent was deployed. that is what they have been investigating for weeks now. it was on the front door. applied to the front door. they are not saying how specifically. that is where they believe the former russian spy sergei skripal and his daughter yulia, were first exposed to it. this points to a slow acting nerve agent. after they left the home, they drove to town and went to a pub and restaurant. they left contaminations in the locations before collapsing on the nearby park bench hours later in the late afternoon. the british federal government has said it believes the nerve agent was a russian developed agent from a rare group of agents. it has convinced allies that russia was likely to blame for this and that is why more than 20 of them, including the united states, announcing dispelling
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diplomats and spies. the united states is kicking out of 0 -- out 60 of those. russia continues to insist it was innocent and opened a murder investigation to see how yulia and sergei skripal were killed. >> so similar decades ago where prices of the agent -- where traces of the agent were found everywhere. what is it about dr. ronny jackson that the president likes? >> he is very sharp and articulate. a lot of energy and stapmina. >> we may have figured it out. as a doctor with no management experience the best to lead the second largest agency? more on the shakeup next. hi, i'm bo jackson.
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to lead the v.a., but ronny jackson's management experience is causing concern. now outgoing secretary shulkin is firing back. the president's lawyer floated pardons for top campaign aides. was the trump legal team trying to keep michael flynn and paul manafort from cooperating in the russia probe? the date is set for leaders of north korea and south korea to meet. the agenda includes denuclearization. this story is rapidly evolving on the korean peninsula. welcome to "early start." i'm dave briggs. >> i'm michelle kosinski. it is 31 minutes past the hour. another change at the top of the trump administration. in this case, we are told chief of staff john kelly gave shulkin the head's up on the phone. he said questions about the travel have been distractions
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getting in the way. the president campaigned hard on helping veterans. >> the big surprise was not shulkin's ouster which was rumored for weeks, but who is nominated to replace him. his personal physician. rear admiral dr. ronny jackson. unsurprisingly the performance on tv had to do with the selection. dr. jackson's white house briefing said the president's health played a part in his decision. here is a look back. >> no indication he has any cognitive issues. the president is sharp and articulate. a lot of energy and stamina. look at his vision. he is 71 years old. he can drive if he wants to without glasses. he washes his hands frequently. he uses purell. the president's health is excellent. his overall health is excellent. he has incredible genes. he will remain fit for this duty or another term if elected. >> the president known to say he is out of central casting.
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dr. jackson faces confirmation. he is an active duty navy physician. in 2013, he was nominated by president obama to be physician to the president. cnn learned president trump floated dr. jackson as a replacement at the v.a., but people he was speaking with did in the take him seriously. >> the nomination is not going over well with veterans groups. the executive director of the american veterans groups says it has come to a screeching halt. we are disappointed and more so we are concerned. concerned at the nominee. we don't see anything in the bio that makes him fit to lead. >> in a stinging op-ed published overnight, david shulkin takes aim at people who want to privatize the v.a.
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he said veterans issues were dealt within a bipartisan way in the last few months, but shulkin says the department has become entangled in a brutal power struggle. >> he says, quote solutions should be determined on the merits of the arguments. the advocates for privatizing v.a. reject the approach. they saw me as an obstacle to the privatization that had to be removed. that is because i am convinced privatization is a political issue aimed at rewarding select people and companies with profits and even if it undermines care for veterans. president trump's top lawyer john dowd floated pardons for paul manafort and michael flynn. dowd raised the issues last year with the campaign chairman. both are now facing charges in the special counsel's russia investigation. >> dowd's reported action raises
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questions over influencing the decision to cooperate with the mueller probe. cnn's legal analyst jeffrey toobin providing context here. >> there is nothing unlawful about discussing pardons. that is a power of the presidency. where there could be trouble is if there was some sort of promise implied or given to witnesses in the mueller investigation that if you don't cooperate, you will get a patched. >> in -- pardon. >> in a statement to the times, dowd denied it. dowd resigned from the president's legal team last week. and what did president trump know about his lawyer's $130,000 payoff to silence the adult film star? secretary of state sarah sanders says that question has been asked and answered. but every time a reporter asks a
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question, you hear this. >> you have not answered the substantive question if the president was aware of the $130,000 payment made. can you answer that question? you were asked three weeks ago today and said you were not awa aware. are you aware now? >> the president denied the allegations. we spoken about the issue extensively. i don't have anything else to add. anything beyond that, i refer you to the outside counsel. >> she said the white house addressed the scandal of stormy daniels, but he never has. michael avenatti filed a motion in federal court seeking to depose michael cohen and president trump about the $130,000 payoff. a federal judge giving the go ahead to a absolute alleging the president is profiting illegally from governments doing business with the trump organization in washington, d.c. maryland and d.c. attorneys general argued the trump hotels
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put other nearby hotels at a competitive disadvantage. the judge did not make any rulings on the allegations in the case, but other governments moved to the president's hotel from other locations in d.c. vice president joe biden now regrets his comments about fighting president trump. he calls the podcast how he would have acted if he were in high school, not how he would have acted today. >> we didn't want to run a few of the names we were considering for the fight by you and you stop me when you feel we hit a winner. magasaga. 1600 pennsylvania avenue. the big duel or sparalago. >> they are all good. what i did say, was, the way this came up and i should not have said what i said. i should not have brought it up. i don't want to get into the
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mosh pit with this guy. the idea i would get in a physical contest with the president or anybody else is not what i said and is not what this is about. >> so he didn't mean it literally. earlier this month, biden said he would beat the hell out of trump if the two were in high school because of the way trump talks about women. the president shot back with a tweet saying biden would go down fast and hard crying all the way if they did fight. >> the web site has an article on who may win the so-called fight and it is based on the weight advantage. >> biden is extremely fit. >> i would not mess with biden. amid criticism it failed to protect user data, facebook is cutting ties with data brokers. it helps ti s advertisers targe people on social media. now it will limit the
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information shared with the brokers. facebook adjusted its privacy settings giving users greater control over the information and what data is shared with third party apps. a third party app was behind the data crisis. it allowed trump campaign consultants access to 50 million users without their consent. facebook stock lost $80 in market value since then. facebook faces scrutiny from lawmakers. mark zuckerberg plans to testify before congress. breaking overnight. the summit between north and south korea is set. now another key player in the region wants to talk to pyongyang. we are live in seoul.
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a funeral in sacramento, california for stephon clark, the unarmed black man fatally shot by police in his grandmother's backyard this month. officers thought his cell phone was a gun and opened fire. the police union defending the officers involved. saying they reacted to the threat as they perceived it and actions legally justified. >> in the meantime, the city is on edge. the police and the sacramento
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kings bracing for more ahead of the home game for the team tonight. protesters have blocked the entrance of the golden 1 center twice this week. a washington state family killed when the suv plunged 100 feet off the coast at highway in california. it happened in the remote area 180 miles from san francisco. they were not wearing seatbelts. bodies of the two moms jennifer and sarah hart were found monday. one child made headlines during the ferguson related protests in 2014. the photo showing a tearful devonte hugging a police officer. we are on verdict watch in the trial of noor salman. the wife of omar mateen. jurors got the case wednesday
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afternoon. salman pleaded not guilty. prosecutors say she knew her husband bought weapons and was interested in the isis ideology before the attack that killed 49 people. defense claim she was a victim of a deceitful husband. salman did not testify at trial. if convicted, she faces up to life in prison. the oklahoma senate approving a pay raise for state teachers. currently among the lowest paid in the country. the average $6,100 increase is to be paid with a gas and cigarette tax. the teachers union says the increase is not enough. a walkout is planned for the state capitol on monday is still on. teachers in arizona protested at their state capitol demanding higher pay. inspired by west virginia teachers. remember the 13-day strike led to a pay raise of 5% this month. you have to believe this
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story. cleveland pitcher trevor bauer believes the arbitration system is flawed. he found a way to mock it. he wanted to request a salary. $6,420,969.69. those numbers are full of references to sex and marijuana. he settled on a higher number with no weed or sex references. he won his case. he is launching 69 days of giving. $420.69 donated a day to different charities. on the 69th day, he will give to a charity he is keeping secret. it all starts today on opening day. well played, mr. bauer.
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we look forward to opening day. >> the funny part is getting paid $6 million to play baseball. >> a kid's game, but he is great at it. breaking news. the summit between north and south korea is set. denuclearization is on the table. now another player wants to talk in pyongyang. we are live in seoul with with the latest. -- with the latest.
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breaking overnight. the date now set for the historic summit with leaders of north korea and south korea. two sides deciding on the date at the border village in the demilitarized zone. cnn's ivan watson is live in seoul with details. a lot of people want a piece of the negotiations. tell us the latest from your perspective. >> reporter: i mean it is remarkable change where we went from north korea just a few months ago being such a provocative nation and facing a round of sanctions with the ballistic missile launches and missile tests and now a north and south korea delegations and members at the cabinet level with the summit on april 27th and in the same demilitarized
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zone peaces villa village compo. this is the third time in history that the two leaders will sit down. it hasn't happened in more than a decade. this announcement comes on the back of the surprise secret summit that the north korean leader kim jong un held with the chinese leader xi jinping. they released the news of the meeting after the north korean leader had gotten back into north korea after he left beijing on wednesday. we do know that president trump is scheduled and they are still trying to work out the details, it seems, to meet with kim jong un after the inter korean summit on april 27th. now get this, the japanese are saying they would like to meet with the north korea leader and they are trying to find different diplomatic avenues to reach out to pyongyang.
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what a difference a few months make. >> absolutely. thanks, ivan. to the investigation into the poisoning of the former russian agent and daughter. it is focused on the victim's moment. scotland yard with high concentrations of the nerve agent found on sergei skripal's door. investigators now looking into the house for months. we have phil black with the latest from moscow. phil, good morning. what are we learning? >> reporter: so, dave, this is how sergei skripal was poisoned. applied to his front door. that is the theory that police are acting on and where they found the highest concentration of the nerve agent and the former russian spy and daughter yulia were exposed to the agent. it is a slow acting nerve agent. they left home that day and went to town and a pub and restaurant and left trace evidence in the locations before collapsing
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hours later in the late afternoon on a nearby bench. the british government says the nerve agent is a rare russian agent. it has convinced allies around the world that russia is likely responsible. that is why we have seen the wave of expulsions of diplomats and suspected spies from more than 20 countries, including the united states, which is kicking out more than 60 russians. here in moscow, the russian government says it will retaliate for the expulsions. it insists, still, it had nothing to do with the poisoning and it is unfairly accused. it wants britain to give evidence. it wants to open its own murder investigation into yulia skripal's near death. she is still in hospital. they asked the british police to assist them with the issue. >> no one hitting russia where it hurts. we shall see if that develops.
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phil black, thank you. breaking news. eight people killed in a fire at a police command and detention center in venezuela. according to reports, the fire started in an attempted breakout. riot police used tear gas and housed members of the family of the jail outside the jail. this is the third major uprising at a venezuelan jail since last august. rare look at a nighttime raid targeting isis fighters in afghanistan. the pentagon says the video says american special forces and afghan troops teaming up to kill a commander earlier this week. the group is responsible for some of the deadliest attacks in. the military is trying to -- atta attacks. the military is trying to beef up its ranks. 20-year-old returning home
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to pakistan for the first time since being shot six years ago. there are few details about the visit being released. in 2012, the pakistani taliban attacked then 14-year-old malala and her friends in the school bus. since, she has been the youngest to win the nobel peace prize. a real inspiration. let's get a check on cnn money. global stocks mixed after wall street closed lower thanks to a drop in tech stocks. amazon lost 4% on reports that donald trump wants to go after the tech giant. tesla lost 7%. it is about to release the rollout of the market model 3, but keeps missing production targets. that is causing a crash krungcr.
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now wall street is starting to lose patience. tesla stock is down 17% this year. the judge in the government's anti-trust trial against at&t has a warning. speed it up. the justice department suing to block at&t's public purchase of time warner. the judge overseeing the case says at the current pace they will miss that deadline. if they do, either company could terminate the deal. that could cost time warner a $50 million breakup fee. worried about federal spending? good news. lawmakers found an area to cut back. oil paintings. yes, really. last week, congress passed a $1.3 trillion spending bill. president trump also signed in law eliminating the government
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funded oil painting act. it bars using taxpayer funds on official portraits. such cost between $20,000 and $40,000. the law doesn't mean an end to the recent obama portraits. both of those were funded by private donations. the act called e.g.o. brillia brilliant. he always knows how to work the press. >> sketches and cartoons still okay. "early start" continues right now. the doctor is in. the latest shakeup with the president's personal physician, but the lack of mangle experience is raising concerns. now outgoing secretary shulkin is firing back. the president's lawyer floated pardons for top campaign aides. was the trump legal team trying to keep michael flynn and paul

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