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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. another step as pyongyang evolves into a major player on the world stage. good morning. thanks for getting an early start with us. i'm dave briggs. >> i'm michelle kosinski. it is thursday, march 29th. >> great to have you here. >> thank you. i'm trying not to screw anything up. >> you are good. another change at the top of the trump administration. david shulkin is out as veterans affairs secretary. making the announcement on twitter. we are told chief of staff john kelly gave a head's up similar to the tillerson situation. the controversy around the travel spending were distractions and 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. 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's a little throwback thursday. >> no indication he has any cognitive issues. the president is sharp and articulate. a lot of energy and a lot of stamina. 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. >> many eyes on the confirmation hearing which dr. jackson still faces. he is an active physician
serving in the navy. in 2013, he was nominated by 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 in "the new york times" overnight, david shulkin takes aim at people who want to privatize the v.a. 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. i am convinced privatization 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. let's bring in political reporter tal kopan live in d.c. good to see you, tal. this is a lot of turnover. we are now hovering over 50% mark. here is what president trump who is famous for the line "you're fired" once said never having to use that line when it comes to david shulkin. >> i will never have to use those words. will never have to use those words around david. we will never use those words on you, that's for sure. >> but in this case, tal, it was rumored for weeks as he hung out
to dry. what is the impact of all of the turnover at the white house? >> that's right, dave. it is a remarkable saga that has unfofld unfolded. shulkin has been in and out of the news for a lot of reasons. you mentioned the turnover. keep in mind this is another cabinet position that will require senate confirmation that is coming open. these things take time. it is not just time for the white house which now has to get all the paper work in order and vetted and prep them for confirmation hearings. it is time away from whatever business this senate would otherwise be doing. you hear lawmakers saying i don't know how we will confirm the nominees. typically presidential administration in the birth in the second year, would have gotten the cabinet in place and had as much time out of the first batch of nominees as they can to build stability in the
administration. trump barely finished nominating the first wave before he is on to the second. that is difficult for the white house and congress to deal with at that rate of change. >> i feel like what this has taught us over the last several weeks is that those who are rumored to be out the door might take a long time. they are safe for a while. seems like nothing will happen. but then they are out the door. is the sense there are more people on the chopping block and could happen soon, tal? >> that is right, michelle. i feel maybe no one knows that better than you having covered the state department and covered rex tillerson for some time. it is a duality in the world of trump. on the sinense of one hand, you are never gone. someone resurfaces at one point. look at jeff sessions. i think he is the next one with
the most rumors about since last summer we had the conversations about jeff sessions. the earliest supporter and loyal supporter. trump just soured on him and seemed to never come back around. there is a looming sense at any point you could be fired and maybe from a tweet you don't get a very long head's up on. a remarkable state of affairs for cabinet secretaries to work under the uncertainty. >> it would be just about impossible to imagine a confirmation hearing for a new attorney general in this political environment. you mentioned the tweet. the president raising eyebrows regarding the border wall. great breaiefing this afternoonn the start of the southern border wall. including pictures. tal, is that a border wall? >> it depends who you ask, dave. this is actually what you are
seeing which is replacement fencing. design that is going up in the california region. this was authorized in the 2017 spending bill to replace existing fencing with a sturdy and higher design. the design that already existed pre-trump. this is a perfect example of one of the things that congress e passed in spending bills. this is existing fencing and not a wall. they can point to it and say it is a wall. at the end of the day, this is a replacement steel design that is going up in a region that already had fencing prior to the construction project. >> the semantic debate. come back in 20 minutes. i want to talk about the census battles hyper politicized. tal, thank you. the new york times reports that the former top lawyer john
dowd floated the possibility of pardons for michael flynn and paul manafort. the issue was raised last year with the former national security adviser and chairman. >> dowd's reported action raises questions if he tried to influence the decision to cooperate with the mueller probe. we have cnn's jeffrey toobin with context. >> there is nothing unlawful about discussing pardons. that is the 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 pardon. >> in a statement to the times, dowd denied it. dowd resigned last week. the federal judge alleging
the president is profiting illegally with the trump organization. the attorneys general argued that the trump ho titels put ot hotels at a disadvantage. the judge did not make any rulings on the allegations in the case, but he did note foreign governments moved business from other hotels in d.c. to the president's hotel. now could be a great time to buy amazon. shares fell 4% yesterday on news president trump wants to crackdown on the online giant. axios reports that trump wants to go after amazon with anti-trust enforcement or changing tax rules. the source calls him obsessed with the company. he tweeted how he dislikes amazon accused of avoiding sales tax and hurting retailers and workers and the post office. he incorrectly links amazon "the washington post." "the post" is owned by jeff
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their state capitol demanding higher pay. much inspired by west virginia teachers whose 13-day strike led to a pay raise of 5% this month. the date set for the summit with leaders of north korea and south korea. the two sides deciding on the date after talks at the border village at the demilitarized zone. we have ivan watson with details in seoul. >> reporter: hi, there. they set a date. april 27th. the leaders of north korea and south korea will sit down and talk. notable because this is the third time in history the leaders of the neighboring countries will do such a thing. it hasn't taken place in more than a decade. now this comes on the back of that secret summit or as the chinese describe it the unofficial visit of north korean
leader kim jong un to beijing. he traveled there and back over four days in an armored train. north korea and china did not make it public until after it was over. you have a chinese envoy who is here in seoul briefing top south korean officials on that meeting. south korea is welcoming that engagement saying that should help with resolving the tension here on the korean peninsula. the big issue that everybody is dealing with, of course, and concerned about is north korea's arsenal of nuclear weapons which has been known to test from time to time. it has been punished with sanctions and international isolation in the past. now the situation is changing dramatically. everybody wants to talk to kim jong un. president trump wants to meet with him, perhaps in may, and now we hear the japanese prime minister is trying to organize his summit with the north korean
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president's personal physicians to lead the v.a.ment -- v.a. 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 of north korea and south korea to meet. the agenda includes denuclearization. another step as pyongyang evolves as a player on the world stage. welcome back to "early start." i'm michelle kosinski. >> good to have you here from foggy bottom. i'm dave briggs. 5:31. if diet cokes is not challenging enough for the physicians? how about the budget? no problem. another change at the top of the trump administration. david shulkin out as veteran affairs secretary. president trump making the announcement where else?
on twitter. john kelly did give shulkin a head's up. the controversy involving the travel spending which was a distraction 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. dr. ronny jackson. unsurprisingly the performance on tv had to do with the selection. white house officials say dr. jackson's white house briefing said the president's health played a part in his decision. let's look back at that. >> no indication he has any cognitive issues. the president is sharp and articulate. a lot of energy and a lot of 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. his overall health is excellent. he has incredible genes.
he will remain fit for this duty or another term if elected. >> standing room performance. the president known to say he is out of central casting. dr. jackson faces confirmation. he is an active duty navy physician. he served on the white house medical team for years. in 2013, he was nominated by president obama to be physician to the president. confirmed 100-0. dr. jackson has been named the replacement at the v.a. recently, but people he was speaking with did not 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
in "the new york times" overnight, david shulkin takes aim at people who want to privatize the v.a. 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. 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. let's bring in cnn political reporter tal kopan in the washington bureau. good morning. >> good morning. >> reading the op-ed from shulkin is lengthy. it started out being diplomatic
and even-keeled, but the ending saying, i tried to have integrity, but none of it mattered. listen to the final line as i prepare to leave government, i'm struck by a recurring thought. it should not be this hard to serve your country. the acrimony there, tal. >> absolutely. this saga has taken so many twists and turns where there was rumors of an unfavorable, you know, reporter and investigation into the behavior and allegations of people out to get him within the agency and he was very much his own spokesman for a while there. at first, the president had confidence in him and now a bit of a turn. it is hard to remember where it began. keep in mind, shulkin was an obama holdover that was widely respected in congress and did
not seem to be the place with this much controversy. now you have him leaving town. making more -- not leaving town, but the position. and now folks out to get him. makes it difficult to separate the back and worth and figure out how this all went down. i thought it was interesting. rex tillerson on his way out noted this was a mean spirited town. it seems there are hard feelings left at the end of the cabinet officials tenures. >> indeed. >> was this about privatization which shulkin focuses on or is this about the travel and bad press or all of the above? >> it is really hard to say, michelle, as this point. all -- at this point. all of the above is a safe answer. the privatization issue is complicated because it is something that always has been there in the sense there are
always some conservatives who talked of privatizing the v.a. there is talk back on the opposing side. i have not heard that talk about the trump administration. in terms of the issue with private sag privatization aircra privatization issue. we have to see how ronny jackson moves through the confirmation issue and if he answers those questions. it is understandable that from someone who opposes privatizing the v.a. that is top of mind and a concern. that is a concern for the veterans groups just because of the fact of not having someone opposed to it in office. they are concerned it could bubble up again. >> all of the criticism of ronny's -- dr. jackson's bio. there is not nothing in the bio -- there is nothing in the bio that says he cannot lead.
let's give him a shot. spinning further to 2020 with the battle of the census and the trump administration deciding to include a question on citizenship in 2020 for the first time since the 1950s. they say it is about free and fair elections and getting an accurate count. on the other side, california and new york, among the states suing and eric holder taking them on. you studied this issue for years. what is the impact of including that question on the census? >> dave, the problem is that we don't know. that's the main concern critics say. when you have the census, there is a process for testing questions. you can be certain you have every sense how this will impact returns. that is the concern here. a worry that especially amid the rhetoric of immigrants and immigration right now that folks
who get a government survey asking them to identify whether they are a citizen or non citizen will be scared and not return it and you have an under count and primarily blue regions. that looks bad. the census experts who have done this time and time again are not necessarily saying that is definitely going to happen. they are saying there has been no testing to determine whether it will happen. it is too risky a chance to take without any of the procedures normally followed for adding a new question to add that to the census that will determine representation in congress and federal funding for the next ten years. that is the main concern. the uncertainty is a gamble to take if you don't know how it will turn out. >> a less accurate count overall. >> unintended political consequence. tal, thank you. "the new york times" reports president trump's former top lawyer john dowd floated
possible pardons for michael flynn and paul manafort. it was raised last year with the national security adviser and trump chairman which are facing charges in the special counsel russia investigation. >> the actions raise questions if he tried to influence or cooperate with the mueller probe. here is context from cnn's jeffrey toobin. >> there is nothing unlawful 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 pardon. >> in a statement to the times, dowd denied it. dowd resigned from the president's legal team last week. numbers that could be a wake-up call for hollywoohollyw.
"roseanne" performed best away from california. it drew 18.2 million viewers. the character revealed she is a trump supporter as she is in real life. the president known to care about tv ratings. called roseanne to congratulate her and thank her for her support. that is extraordinary. we should not underscore how rare that is. >> the extraordinary circumstances of people always seeing hollywood as liberal. >> a good move by hollywood. >> absolutely. >> not quite "60 minutes" ratings which were 22 million. >> true. breaking overnight. the summit with north korea and south korea is set. denuclearization is on the agenda. another key player in the region
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police thought his cell phone was a gun and opened fire. the police said they reacted to the threat as perceived and actions were legally justified. >> in the meantime, the city is on edge. the police and sacramento kings bracing for more ahead of the team's nba home game tonight. protesters have blocked entrances to the golden 1 center twice in past week. authorities say there will be a significant police presence around the arena tonight. let's get a check on "cnn money." among criticism that failed to protect user data facebook cutting ties with data brokers. it helps advertisers target people on social media. it will limit information shared with the brokers. facebook adjusted privacy settings giving users greater control over information and what data is shared with third party apps. that was behind the crisis which allowed trump campaign consu
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demilitarized zone. cnn's ivan watson has the latest from seoul. ivan. >> reporter: we found out the be meeting, the third summit with north and south carolina leadko will take place along the demilitarized zone on april 27th. this announcement comes just after the north korean leader add a summit with the leader of china in beijing. they did not announce the meeting had taken place until after the four-day visit was over. they made that grand reveal after it was over. we know that president trump intends to meet with kim jong un, after the south korean summit on april 27th. kim jong un has gone from a p
pairaih to now the prettiest girl at the high school dance. japan is trying to reach out, including the north korean embassy in beijing and trying to meet with him with a flurry of diplomacy in east asia. >> just try to unsee the image as the prettiest girl at the dance. 68 people killed in a fire at the police detention center in venezuela. police used tear gas to disburse people outside the jail. this is the third major uprising at the venezuelan jail since last august. a rare look at a nighttime raid targeting isis fighters in afghanistan. the video shows american special forces and afghan troops teaming up to kill an isis commander and
another terrorist this week. the isis group responsible for some of the deadliest 20-year-old malala returning to stan for the first time since being shot in the head by the taliban. few details are being released about her visit. the pakistani taliban attacked them in their school bus. she has been the youngest person to win the nobel peace prize. a pay raise for teachers. the average $6,100 increase to be paid for with tax increases on gas and cigarettes. oklahoma teachers make the lowest in the country. the increase is not enough. a walkout is planned for monday.
much of this is in paoeuspi the west virginia teachers. trevor borrow believes the arbitration system is flawed and outdated and he found his own unique way. he wanted to request a salary of $6420969.69. he settled on a higher number with no marijuana or sex references. he launched 69 days of giving. on the final day we will give $69,420.69 to a charity he is keeping secret. it all begins today. baseball's opening day that
supports wounded veterans. he did his home works. whether you like the references or not. if you don't get them, google them. opening day starts in six, seven hours. cubs are first up in case you were curious about tuning in. >> i'm sure they are. >> thanks for joining us, everybody. i'm dave briggs. >> i'm michelle kosinski is. "new day" starts right now. trump fires his v.a. secretary in another white house shake issup. >> he is managing his cab let like a reality tv show. >> i think that the president should have whoepts. >> dr. jackson is qualified to run the v.a. >> these appointments reflect the presidt'