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>> i'm michelle kosinski in for christine romans. it is monday, june 25th. we start with the trump administration releasing the plan for reunited thousands of families separated at the border. don't expect fast action. homeland security officials say 2,053 children are in the custody of the department of homeland security until the deportation proceedings are completed. families will be reunited before deportation or families released. they then apply as the child's sponsor. >> according to homeland security, officials over 500 families have been reunited since the zero tolerance policy started and parents have the option to sign voluntary departure orders. they will be assured they will be reunited with the children, if they do sign, but the offers are raising eyebrows if thes families clearly understand the
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terms. -- if the families clearly understand the terms. >> now donald trump talking about denying due process. let's bring in phil wegmann with the latest from washington. the president says in the tweet, we cannot allow these people to invade our country. our system is a mockery to good immigration policy and law and order. most children come without parents. our immigration policy is laughed at all over the world. unfair for people who have gone through the system legally. we need people who will help make america great again. that's a lot. he said a lot. using words like invade and talking about not using judges. give us your thoughts. >> it is incredibly interesting you have a president whose main
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pitch is a law and order guy and now talking about acting without law and order. this flies in the face of due process and the system here. it is no surprise. this is donald trump who spent $85,000 to take out the ads in the new york times condemning the central park 5 after they were accused of wrongdoing. that is not surprising. it is not surprising this plays well to his base. for significant amount of time there has been laxed enforcement of immigration laws. now we see the overreaction. this overreaction is coming at the cost of the constitutional principles and this will cause more problems going forward. >> and not on the right side of his own party. ted cruz wants 700 additional judges. and ron johnson said at least 200 more judges are needed. if you are a republican running
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in a vulnerable spot around the country, what do you make of the president pivoting to immigration to stoke the base? when the economy is on fire and the peace and prosperity is your agenda considering the korean peninsula? do you like this if you are a republican up for re-election? >> you are terrified. the president ran on the economy and the border. the economy is doing pretty well right now. congressional republicans love that. now they have to go back to the districts and answer questions about kids who are behind chain-linked fences. the cruel reality here is that this president and also to a lesser extent, the democratic opposition, they believe the current crisis is good for the election chances. you have steve miller promising more crackdowns. he will not get the wall. in lieu of that, he wants harsh
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measures to show the gop base they are doing something. on the flip side, democrats don't have incentive to help solve this problem right now because the longer this crisis is festering and we don't take responsibility and do something, that is a better argument for changing leadership in washington at the congressional level. >> i feel like this sanders issue over the weekend is something you could debate all day as to whether this was the right thing to do and whether this is going to benefit democrats or republicans. the reaction to this issue. sarah sanders tweeted i was told by the owner to leave because i worked for potus and i politely left. her actions say far more about her than me. i always do my best to treat people, including those i disagree with respectfully and continue to do so. a lot of people question whether
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her treatment of particularly the press is respectful. her treatment of the truth respectful? what do you think of the reaction? how far will this go when you have people like maxine waters to keep on going. this is emotional. this is a real thing now. >> absolutely. we are seeing things change dramatically in front of our eyes. our parents' parents did marches and this generation in d.c. wants to ruin people's lunch. it is fundamentally different. i'm pro-dinner. i don't want anyone interest p rupting -- interrupting my meal. no one side she could not get on -- no one said she could not get on an airline or no one denied her medical care. she was denied a meal at a
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restaurant in d.c. i agree with my liberal friends. she can go somewhere else. it is unpleasant. i think the restaurant was within their rights to say no. go elsewhere. at the same time, i think we need to be consistent. if you are going to say a restaurant doesn't have to bake the chicken for sarah huckabee sanders, i don't think a baker should be forced to bake the cake either way. the market can solve the problems and we can debate. >> the trump international tower restaurant for everybody. >> you just wonder what the impact of this is down the road. phil, next we have democrat president and their cabinet is not allowed to eat in parts of the country. you know, look, you are right. they have every right to do this. every restaurant does. >> i agree. >> this not a good sign for where we are in 2018. do you think this could come back to hurt democrats when they are running on this and maxine
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waters is saying they should expect it? >> here is where i think the distentidi distinction is important. what happened to sarah huckabee sanders was an interaction between her and consumer and someone providing a service. that is fundamentally different than nielsen experienced at that restaurant. it is different from what maxine waters is advocating for right now. this idea we will go mob people in order to affect social change is not realistic. that is not what democracy looks like. that is what mob rule is like and that is incredibly disappointing to see. it doesn't just stop there. instead, it undermines the system. it says your vote doesn't matter. it says your letter to the editor and peaceful assembly doesn't matter. what it means is go troll people and ruin their lives outside
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work. that is a dangerous path. >> this administration often uses heavy rhetoric and emotional words and statements. >> the media is the enemy of the people. >> you will get emotional reaction. you will get it. >> more in 30 minutes. phil, thank you. elsewhere, turkey president recep tayyip erdogan tightening control over the country after surviving the most serious threat to the political dominance. erdogan declaring himself the winner of the turkey election before the official results announced. the opponent claiming the commission manipulated the results. let's go live to sam kiley. >> reporter: the leading opposition candidate has been speaking and he is still speaking and conceding that he lost the election. bitterly bemoaning the future of
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turkey which is under existential threat under one man and one party rule. that is because erdogan emerged as the clear victor. he said there was a turnout of close to 90% among the 60 million registered voters in turkey. he mergemerged with a clear man and power in thes office of the -- power and in the office of the president. he gets to appoint cabinet from outside and controls the judicial areas of government. they hoped to be able to force a runoff and send a signal to mr. erdogan there is room for compromise. now he has another five-year
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term. there is not much constitutional room for them to maneuver or access to the media which now mr. erdogan controls in broadcast terms. david. >> that is frightening. sam kiley, thank you. >> another strong man leader expanding his power. >> this is terrifying for democracy and the free press around the world. the president has a lot on his plate. he finds time for a twitter feud with jimmy fallon. the tonight show host speaking about the night he tussled the president's hair. >> i did not do it to normalize him or say i believe in his political beliefs. i don't do that with any guest. >> more of what fallon says about that guest and interview next.
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the formal follow-up to the singapore summit. the u.s. is expected to give north korea a request and timeline regarding the pyongyang commitment to denuclearization. cnn's alexandra field is live in seoul latest. alex, we have been waiting for the next step. everyone waiting for the next step. this could be it? >> reporter: right. you had president trump in singapore saying he reached a comprehensive agreement with north korean leader kim jong-un. it was to talk to denuclearization and continue to working toorward it. he said it would be up to secretary of state mike pompeo to work with the counterparts to come up with a plan because the leaders did not decide when it would happen or how it would be verified. you have a senior u.s. official saying the u.s. will have to soon prevent the plan for implementation to north korea and it will come with the specific sasks and timeline and
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data points. means by which the u.s. can determine whether or not north korea is acting in good faith when it says it has plans to work toward denuclearization. there were other comb po-- components of the deal of the dismantling of the test site. there was an an settlement agreement that north korea -- there was agreement that north korea could return the remains of the u.s. service members. u.s. is expecting returning remains of 200 service members. there could be remains of so soldiers who fought alongside the u.s. the u.s. has sent 100 wooden coffins to the dmz. it is not clear when north korea will hand over the remains. the dmz is where the remains will transfer and go to south
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korea and then to hawaii. it will be a step forward from what has happened now. >> that is not denuclearization. thanks, alex. tonight show host jimmy fallon expressing regret over the episode where he tussled donald trump's hair. he talked about how people ganged up on him after the 2016 show. >> it was a down time. it is tough for morale and 300 people who work here. people talking about ganging up on you. gang mentality. it was insane. people you wouldn't expect. >> you are a sensitive guy. >> you go, all right. we get it. i heard you. you made me feel bad. now what? are you happy? i'm depressed. you want to push me more? what do you want me to do? you want me to kill myself? what will make you happy? get over it.
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>> you were saying how hard it is that we are still talking about this. >> the president responding with this tweet. jimmy fallon is whimpering to all over the famous hair show. he seriously messed up my hair. he said he would have done it differently because he is said to have humanized me. he called and said, monster ratings. be a man jimmy. come on! this is 2018. this is what we are doing. jimmy fallon makes a donation to the group that is providing for immigrant families education and legal services. >> two stories that tell us where we are. sarah sanders getting kicked out of a restaurant and the political voices of opposition? interesting times. >> it is only monday and it is not 6:00 a.m.
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the president wants to send immigrants home without due process and the administration's plan to reunite families separated at the border will require some patience. another chapter in the blurring lines with public and private life. sarah sanders asked to leave a restaurant because she works for the president. and an election with consequences around the world. turkey's president has sweeping new powers. welcome to "early start." i'm michelle kosinski in for christine romans. >> i'm dave briggs. 31 minutes past the hour. let us know what you think about the sarah sanders kicked out of the virginia restaurant for political beliefs.
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it is disturbing? we start with the trump administration releasing the plan for reunited thousands of families separated at the border. don't expect fast action. homeland security officials say 2,053 children are in the custody of the department of homeland security until the deportation proceedings are completed. families will be reunited before deportation or families released, they can apply to serve as the child's response sore. -- responsibsponsor. -- sponsor. >> according to homeland security, officials over 500 families have been reunited since the zero tolerance policy started and parents have the option to sign voluntary departure orders. they will be assured they will be reunited with the children, but the offers are raising issues with the families and if they clearly understand the terms. >> now donald trump talking about denying due process. let's go live to washington and
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welcome phil wegmann. this is related to a trump tweet about doing away with due process for those coming to this country illegally. no judges or court cases. back to where they came from. ironic that the words law and order are in the tweet let alone the fact they are capitalized. is this the right approach for the president that wants to preach law and order to do away with it? >> i don't think there is room to make distinctions on twitter. i know we have 240 characters now, but the president likes to gloss over things. what he is doing is taking advantage that has been festering for years. conservatives in his base have heard from politicians on both sides from both previous administrations they would do something about the border and nothing has been done. this anti-constitutional
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backlash is sadly inevitable. if something does not happen and if republicans in congress and democrats in congress don't find a way to move forward, we will see more actions that are not constitutional. >> we heard from plenty of republicans over the weekend and also senator james langford saying the people running this are seasoned government officials. they know where every single child is located. do you think there is an erosion of trust with republicans and democrats how this is handled and if they know where every kid is? >> the cynical play here is the would you say has done calculations. -- play here is the white house has done their calculations and they factored doing nothing is better. the white house doesn't have
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their wall. they need to look like they are getting tough. democrats know kids behind chain-linked fences is a heart wrenching image and it plays well on campaign ads come november. the incentive is for washington, d.c. to do what they do best. nothing. >> when we could not be more divided, sarah sanders, press secretary, says she was kicked out of a virginia restaurant because she works for the trump administration. it is called the red hen in lexington. let's get to reaction. in particular from the left. here is a surprising tweet from david axelrod. amazing and appalled from the people on the left who stated she was kicked out of the restaurant. now we're divided by red plates and blue plates. the reaction from maxine waters. listen to what she has to say about the technique and tactic.
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>> if you see anybody from the cabinet in a restaurant, in a department store, at a gasoline station, you get out and you create a crowd and you push back on them and you tell them they're not welcome anymore anywhere. >> what do you think of maxine waters encouraging this protest? >> first of all, we are dealing with two things. it is easy to conflate them. what happened to sarah sanders is different from the behavior we saw in the protests against nielsen when she was at the restaurant. there was a mob that surrounded her. sarah sanders was asked to leave by a private business. i don't think that is a good thing. again, i want to go on the record saying i'm pro-dinner. no one should get thrown out of a restaurant. this is not an airline. this is an artisinal chicken
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place. what maxine waters is advocating for is dangerous. she is calling for mobs to exert pressure. that is anti-democratic. mobs, by the nature, are those impetuoi am pet -- those impetuous virtue. this is going to be harmful to the democracy in the long run. again, the names and the team in control changes hands in washington every four years or two years. this is a bad precedent to set. >> there could be some places in the country where members of the press would be treated the same way. >> "the wall street journal" writes the left's contempt may reelect donald trump. their argument says this could
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help trump to galvanize his base. >> absolutely. we have seen this from the administration. they figured out a way to weaponize martyrdon earm early . come rally to us. this really is a plant the flag moment. what we are doing is exactly what axelrod said. red plate, blue plate. one of my favorite writes described this as a tragic divor divorce. we are seeing this with the administration and the left really driving a wedge between people for their own political purposes. it is sad because basic decency and also our democracy is taking a hit. >> this is the administration that is strongly advocates for the freedom of business owners
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to act according to their beliefs. >> thank you, phil. turkey's president recep tayyip erdogan tightening the control of the country after surviving the biggest threat. declaring the winner of the turkey election before the official results were announced. let's bring in cnn's sam kiley. sam, the main opponent just spoke about the results. tell us what he said. >> reporter: he said essentially that this result in terms of the constitutional implications is what he called an existential threat to turkey. not even an existential threat to turkey democracy. he could have a number of sour grapes in hopes to force a runyru runoff against erdogan. that is from the opposition's
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perspective a good and bad thing. he emerged as a force within the politics of turkey and expected to lead the party in opposition of mr. erdogan. what he is referring to the constitutional power the reelected president now has under the law. he had been exercising it in real terms anyway as president. now he has the rule by decree. very little opportunity to counter any of the checks and balances you might see in the united states with the separation of powers. for mr. erdogan's perspective, having entrenched himself in the next five years, there may be cause for optimism. he may feel now empowered to reach out to the kurds. he had been pursuing a peace process with them. perhaps he has more confidence to restart it.
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he has five years of power. >> wasn't very long ago he survived a coup attempt. thank you, sam. you got the ongoing immigration feud and denuclearization on the korean peninsula, and the trade war. the president has a lot on his plate and now has time for a twitter feud with jimmy fallon. now he is speaking out the night he tussled president trump's hair. >> i did not do it to normalize him. i don't do that with any guest. with anyone. >> more of what fallon says about that fascinating moment in u.s. political history next on "early start." d arth month after month, the clock is ticking on irreversible joint damage. ongoing pain and stiffness are signs of joint erosion. humira can help stop the clock.
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the white house preparing the formal follow-up to the singapore summit. the u.s. is expected to give specific requests and timeline regarding denuclearization. we have cnn's alexandra field live in seoul with us. here we go. a timeline would be a significant improvement to the situation. what do you think, alex? >> reporter: this is really just the beginning of all of the heavy lifting that has to be done. it is good to talk and agree on
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denuclearization. it is another thing to see what that means. who verifies it? you have a senior u.s. official saying it is time too make the stems -- time to make the steps. there will be specific asks within that concept and there will be specific timeline for implementation. the key take away is the u.s. official says there will be data points to see whether or not north korea is delivering on its word. that is the determining factor if north korea is acting on good faith given the commitment it made in singapore. the u.s. made commitments at the same time. they said they would put an end to the training exercises that trump called war games. the pentagon announced they are not holding the so-called war games in august. north korea at the time agreed to take steps which was a show of good faith. including destroying a missile
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engine test site. not clear if that has been done or it could happen. they agreed to turnover the remains of u.s. service members. the u.s. preparing for north korea to make good on the word to make 100 coffins available to dmz. from there, dna testing would be done to see if they belong to u.s. service members. they could be soldiers who fought alongside the u.s. >> it is important to note the u.s. offering this timeline to denuclearization and not the other way around. thank you, alex. tonight show host jimmy fallon expressing regret over tussling the hair of donald trump. he said i did not do it to normalize him. >> it was a down time. it is tough for morale and 300 people who work here. people talking about ganging up on you. gang mentality. it was insane.
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people you wouldn't expect. >> you are a sensitive guy. >> you go, all right. we get it. i heard you. you made me feel bad. now what? are you happy? i'm depressed. you want to push me more? what do you want me to do? you want me to kill myself? what will make you happy? get over it. >> tussel-gate. the president responding with this tweet. jimmy fallon is whimpering to all over the famous hair show. he seriously messed up my hair and now would have done it differently. be a man jimmy. come on! this is 2018. this is what we are doing. jimmy fallon makes a donation to the group that is providing for immigrant families education and legal services. >> i think potus is still mad he messed up his hair. >> hair is a sensitive thing. >> i hate when people touch my head.
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john berman. >> messing with you? >> no one touches the head. >> that is the money maker. >> i will say we know it is real. there are two things we know. we know it is real and i'm shocked that michelle did not get her hands caught in your head with the product. >> there's a lot of product up there, man. >> wow. wow. >> i like it. >> guys, in all seriousness as dave fixes his hair. >> pursued. >> there is no line between late night and white house. there is no line. late night comedy and the oval office are intertwined. where are we? what has happened? what has happened to the national discourse and dialogue? have you been to a good restaurant like the red hen in virginia? sarah sanders not allowed to eat. the owner asked her to leave. we will discuss this. sarah sanders seemed prepared to
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send out her story on h heher owe -- her official white house twitter account. that is the answer to the situation? i don't want to lose sight. as far as we know, there are 2,000 children separated from parents living in shelters across the country this morning. when will they get home? do not lose sight of them. it is unclear what the timeline is to get them back to the parents. wherever you are on the immigration discussion and debate, everyone should want clarity on that. everyone should want clarity on your hair, dave briggs. >> i'll leave it this way, j.b. i think we have something. michelle gave me a new look. >> the carefully tussled look. >> john, the stories with sanders and fallon are the perfect stories for where we are as a society in 2018. probably not a positive reflection. >> next it will be kids
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pittsburgh last week by police will be laid to rest. hundreds showed up to mourn antwon rose on sunday. police are looking for a black sedan that drove through the crowd late friday. no injuries were reported. a family attorney says rose's mother is nervous about the protests because she doesn't want another person to get hurt, but she is pleased the protests dna from a discarded napkin used to crack a decades old case in washington state in the rain and murder of a 12-year-old. a detective recently followed hartman into a restaurant collecting his napkin, which sounds like it is out of a movie, and got the dna.
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bail set at $5 million. so thanks for joining us. i'm michelle kaczynski. >> i'm dave briggs. "new day" starts now. the president is suggesting that immigrants should not receive due process. >> there are still over 2,000 babies and kids that have not been re uniunitereunited. >> a child walked off into those locations. >> i'm not worried about sarah huckabee sanders. i'm worried about millions of kids. >> this is "new day" with alisyn dam rot ta and john berman. >> welcome to our viewers in the united states and all around the world. this is "new day". it's monday, june 25th, 6:00 here in new york. alisyn is off. erica hill joins me again this morning.

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