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♪ live pictures from houston where the body of president george herbert walker bush lies in repose right now at the bush family church. >> the best father a son or daughter could have. >> raw emotion as america's 43rd president eulogizes his father with another church service hours away. the trump white house faces more opposition after the murder of "the washington post" journalist. and why is the satanic
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sculpture on display? i'm dave briggs. welcome to "early start." >> i'm christine romans. it is 4:00 a.m. in the east. let's start with texas. george herbert walker bush is lying in repose at the bush family church in houston. all night, people have been flyi filing by to pay respects. for more, return to cnn's jessica dean in houston. >> reporter: good morning, dave and christine. we are hear at the st. martin episcopal church where george herbert walker bush will lie in repose until 6:00. we are asking people to drive to a nearby church and walk through security and board buses and brought here. that has been an important thing for many people in the community
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to do. the bush family attended the church for years. they are familiar places in the neighborhood and church. their home is not far from this location over my shoulder. it is important for the community to pay respects to president bush. at 10:00 a.m. central time is when the second funeral will take place. we are expecting to hear from president bush's grandson and his former secretary of state james baker. we will follow the developments all morning. dave and christine. >> thank you, jessica. as president bush and his family were a strong presence throughout houston, it is no surprise thousands of mourners lined up, some waiting more than ten hours to pay respects. >> i'm happy i came. i would have spent town hours waiting in line.
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>> george bush was our president. >> washington was where the late president built his career. his state funeral yesterday at the national cathedral was filled with emotional farewells. >> george herbert walker bush was america's last great soldier statesman. a 20th century founding father. >> i believe it will be said that no occupant of the oval office was more courageous and more principled and more honorable than george herbert walker bush. >> he loved a good joke. the richer the better. he would throw his head back and give a good laugh, but he never, ever could remember a punch line. i mean never. >> in the inaugural address, the 43rd president of the united
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states said this. we cannot hope only to leave our children a bigger car, a bigger bank account. we must hope to give them a sense of what it means to be a loyal friend, a loving parent, a citizen who leaves his home and town tbetter than he found it. a great and noble man. the best father a son or daughter could have. knowing that dad is hugging robin and holding mom's hand again. >> well done, mr. president. robin died of leukemia at age 3. he spent his lifetime raising a lot of money for cancer centers. this afternoon, president bush's body will be taken to college station, texas where he will be laid to rest.
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stay with cnn all day. meanwhile, a group of bipartisan senators looking to punish saudi arabia for its recarole in the killing of the journalist jamal khashoggi. they will look at a deal to suspend arm sales. they are hoping to reach consensus and bring it to the floor as soon as monday. it comes after the senators were briefed on khashoggi's killing and came away convinced the saudi crown prince was involved. >> i want to say the cia director came in and with some analysts and gave the most precise presentation i've ever heard in 12 years. i left there as somebody came up and bragged to me that he would be found guilty in 30 minutes.
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someone said, no, 20. >> a deal would be a rebuke of the president. he cast doubt on the role of the saudi crown prince. a world of speculation. everyone wants to know what is under the black lines redacting the court filing in the case of michael flynn. special counsel robert mueller said flynn provided special help in the investigation, but mueller isn't ready to say what that help was. cnn's sara murray has more from washington. >> reporter: good morning, dave and christine. the redacted memo over michael flynn has washington wondering what special counsel robert mueller is holding back. for all we have learned, 19 interviews with law enforcement spanning a year. mueller's filing leaves many questions unanswered. flynn cooperated in the
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investigation in the potential coordination with russians and the trump administration and campaign. offering long-term and first hand insight. what the insight is? that is still unknown. the rest is blacked out. as for the third of the investigation, the details are redacted in the filing. the blacked outlines causing speculation of who and what is in the crosshairs of the mueller investigation. mueller's team with the office in manhattan is expected to file a sentencing memo in the michael cohen case and his request for no prison time. we are expecting more on what paul manafort lied to investigators. more ahead. >> thank you, sara. we may learn more about president trump's finances once
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they respond to subpoenas. attorneys general of maryland and district of columbia demanding other records. the personal taxes are not part of the subpoena. the attorney general gave the go ahead. "the washington post" reported that the lobbyist from saudi arabia paid for 500 stays at the trump hotel shortly after the election. the senate judiciary committee is scrapping a vote because republican senator jeff flake is not backing off his threat. he will vote against all nominees until he gets a vote on the bill that protects special counsel robert mueller. >> we can solve this. just have a vote. have a vote. we need to approve more judges.
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that would be great. this has to be priority. >> the committee has canceled meetings two weeks in a row. the chief financial who wof of huawei has been arrested in canada. she was arrested in vancouver on saturday, december 1st. a judge agreed to bar police and prosecutors from releasing information about the case. the ban prevents media reporting on evidence from the u.s. as charges are expected to be filed. in april, the u.s. justice department was investigating if huawei was investigating sanctions on iran. it complies with all applicable laws and regulations where it operating, including applicable export control and regulations of the u.n., u.s. and eu.
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a statement was released to immediately correct the wrongdoing and restore the personal freedom. huawei has been facing scrutiny around the world. the u.s. is concerned the chinese government could be using the network technology to spy on americans. a hearing has been set on friday. the u.s. justice department declined to comment yesterday. >> some suggest this could ramp up the trade dispute. ahead, a search and rescue mission under way off the coast of japan after two u.s. marine planes go down. the latest. plus allegations of election fraud in the north carolina congressional race.
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search and rescue operation off the coast of southern japan after two u.s. marine aircraft collided in mid air. cnn's ivan watson has the latest from hong kong. ivan, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, dave. it has been about 14 hours since the two u.s. marine aircraft collided out over the pacific ocean. it was a u.s. kc-130 hercules. that is a flying plane that can do refuelling operations in the air and an f-18 hornet. we don't know the cause of the crash, but we know the u.s. military is working alongside the japanese self -defense forcs trying to find five marines missing after the collision in the air. two marines have been rescued so far. one has been transported back to the japanese mainland for
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treatment. i'm told by a marine spokespersspoke spokesperson that marine is in fair condition. the other rescued individual is still transferred. we don't have an update on details at this time. the rescue effort is large. the japanese self-defense forces moved three ships out to the area roughly 200 miles off the japanese coast. they have 15 aircraft. the u.s. navy's 7th fleet has moved a reconnaissance plane to search for the missing marines. it has been about 14 hours since the planes collided. it happened 2:00 a.m. local time. we don't know the cause of this and the marines say the weather conditions will be contributing factors. just imagine after the collision, you had these marines floating, potentially out at sea for hours and hours. this is really a race against
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time. >> at 5:16 p.m. in hong kong. ivan, thank you. a house democrat seeking an investigation as north carolina is looking into election fraud in the congressing race there. it is looking into the operations of republican mark harris. totals showed harris ahead of mccready by 9 905 votes. drew griffin has more. >> reporter: we are learning this criminal investigation has been going for nearly a year. it focuses not only on perhaps voter fraud, but on the campaign financing behind it. at the center of it is a man named dallas who was paid by the harris campaign to get out the vote in the county. we have done digging on mr. dallas. it turns out he worked on six different campaigns dating back
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to 2010. he was paid $23,000 for his work over those campaigns. get this, it turns out in almost all of the campaigns he worked on, his candidate got a dispropdi disproportate number of absentee bal ballots. >> that operative has denied any wrongdoing. wisconsin's democratic attorney general-elect says a flurry of republican legislation is certain to end up in court. the lame duck session of the gop legislation passed a range of bills aimed at diminishing the power of the incoming governor who happens to be a democrat. reducing early voting days and restricting the governor's
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powers. the republicans say the bill is codified reforms eight years in the making. what is happening in north carolina and wisconsin and michigan? hopefully we stay on it. >> the peaceful transfer of power is what we are known for, but is it peaceful if the people voted out then change the rules so the people coming in don't have the power? >> what is the implication for every election? similar to gerrymandering. 19 minutes past the hour. pop superstar justin timberlake's voice silenced. we will tell you why he is cancelling tour dates. so this christmas,
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u.s. gymnastics is filing for bankruptcy protection. the group says it hopes the move will help expedite the handling of claims made by nassar's victims. gymnastics leadership has proven to be morally and financially bankrupt. the team doctor was sentenced to up to 175 years in prison after pleading guilty to sexual assault in january. a satanic statue among the holiday displays at the illinois capitol in springfield. right alongside a nativity scene and menorah. it is a gift called snake-tivity. a woman holding an apple with a
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snake coiled around it. the group applied for a permit and has the right. the snake-tivity statue will remain there through the end of the month. justin timberlake postponed december concerts as bruised vocal cords continue to mend. his doctors want him to hold on singing. this is the latest in a string of concerts he had to cancel. he has been singing professionally since he was a kid. years and years. >> young child. a lot of work. >> rest your instrument. ahead, the final farewell is under way in texas for america's 41st president. the burial now hours away. these live pictures. we'll have more next.
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♪ live pictures from houston where the body of president george herbert walker bush lies in repose right now at the bush family church. >> the best father a son or daughter could have. >> raw emotion as america's 43rd president eulogizes his father with another church service hours away. the trump white house faces more opposition to the saudi arabia policy after the murder of the journalist jamal khashoggi.
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and search under way after two military planes collide off the coast of the pacific. >> a lot of laughter from george 43. something we will never see again. a president eulogizing his father. right now, george herbert walker bush lying in repose at the bush family church. back home in houston. these are live pictures. people have been filing by all night to pay respects and later this morning, a memorial service at st. martin's episcopal. this is the second service following the service yesterday in washington. for more on that, here is jessica dean. >> reporter: good morning, dave and christine. we are hear at the st. martin episcopal church where george herbert walker bush will lie in repose until 6:00. we are asking people to drive to a nearby church and walk through
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security and board buses and brought here. that has been an important thing for many people in the community to do. the bush family attended the church for some 50 years. they are familiar places in the neighborhood and church. their home is not far from this location over my shoulder. it is important for the community to pay respects to president bush. at 10:00 a.m. central time is when the second funeral will take place. we are expecting to hear from president bush's grandson george p. bush as well as his former secretary of state james baker. we will follow the developments all morning. dave and christine. >> thank you, jessica. as president bush and his family were a strong presence throughout houston, it is no surprise thousands of mourners lined up, some waiting more than ten hours to pay respects. >> i'm happy i came.
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i would have spent town hours -- ten hours in line waiting. >> george bush was our president. we wanted to honor him. >> houston was president bush's home, but washington is where the late president built his career. his state funeral yesterday at the national cathedral was filled with emotional farewells. >> george herbert walker bush was america's last great soldier statesman. a 20th century founding father. >> i believe it will be said that no occupant of the oval office was more courageous and more principled and more honorable than george herbert walker bush. >> he loved a good joke. the richer the better. he would throw his head back and give a good laugh, but he never, ever could remember a punch line. i mean never.
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>> in the inaugural address, the 41st president of the united states said this. we cannot hope only to leave our children a bigger car, a bigger bank account. we must hope to give them a sense of what it means to be a loyal friend, a loving parent, a citizen who leaves his home and town better than he found it. so through our tears, let us know the blessings of loving and knowing you. a great and noble man. the best father a son or daughter could have. and in our grief, a smile knowing that dad is hugging robin and holding mom's hand again. >> robin, george and barbara bush's daughter died of leukemia at age 3. this afternoon, president bush's body will be taken by train to college station, texas, to be
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laid to rest at the presidential library. stay with cnn all day. we will have complete coverage of the texas memorial service. a bipartisan group of senators is looking to punish saudi in the role for the killing of journalist jamal khashoggi. they will look at a deal to suspend arm sales. they are hoping to reach consensus and bring it to the floor as soon as monday. it comes after the senators were briefed by the cia director on the killing of khashoggi and came away convinced the saudi crown prince was involved. >> what i do know is the cia director came in with some analysts and gave the most precise presentation i've ever heard in 12 years. i left there as somebody came up and bragged to me that he would be found guilty in 30 minutes.
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someone said, no, 20. >> a deal would be a rebuke of the president. he has downplayed the khashoggi murder and cast doubt on the role of the saudi crown prince. istanbul's prosecutor is among five high ranking officials dismissed over jamal khashoggi's death. we hahave jomana karadsheh liven istanbul with the latest. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, dave. we understand a turkish court issued the arrest warrants for the two senior officials. members of the inner circle of the crown prince mohammed bin salman. the two individuals, the former head, deputy head of the intelligence service for saudi arabia. also a senior adviser to the crown prince.
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according to the chief prosecutor in istanbul, the reason they issued these arrest warrants, they say great suspicion those two were involved in the planning of the events that took place here at the building behind me at the saudi consulate here in istanbul back in october. this is coming after the saudis back in october saying these two individuals were fired from their positions and they announced several other measures against the senior adviser, including a travel ban. the feeling among turkish officials is no real meaningful action is taken by the saudis and in the words of the senior turkish official telling cnn this move by the chief prosecutor was quote reflective of the view the saudis will not take formal action against those individuals. we heard this repeated call again from turkish officials for
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the extradition of the suspects held in saudi arabia. saying no real process will be taking place there. they should face justice here in turkey. something which has been dismissed by saudi officials in the past. again, we are hearing from officials saying the time has come for an international investigation. >> mbs clearly hoping this story will go away. it will not. thank you. the world speculation and everyone wants to know what is under the hundreds of black lines redacting key parts of the court filing in the case of michael flynn. special counsel robert mueller said flynn provided special help in the russia investigation. mueller is not ready to say what it was. cnn's sara murray has more from washington. >> reporter: good morning, dave and christine. the redacted memo over michael flynn has washington wondering what special counsel robert mueller is holding back. for all we have learned, 19
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interviews with law enforcement spanning a year. mueller's filing leaves many questions unanswered. flynn offered intel from multiple investigations. flynn cooperated in the investigation in the potential coordination with russians and the trump administration and campaign. offering long-term and first hand insight. what the insight is? that is still unknown. he provided financial assistance in a third investigation. what is known in that case? that is still unknown. the rest is blacked out. as for the third of the investigation, the details are redacted in the filing. the blacked outlines causing speculation of who and what is in the cross hairs of the mueller investigation. mueller's team with the office in manhattan is expected to file a sentencing memo in the michael cohen case and his request for no prison time. we are expecting more on what paul manafort lied to investigators.
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still a busy week ahead. back to you. >> thank you for that. we may learn more about president trump's finances once they respond to subpoenas. attorneys general of maryland and district of columbia demanding other records. the personal taxes are not part of the subpoena. a federal judge on monday gave the go ahead for the attorney general in d.c. "the washington post" reported that the lobbyist from saudi arabia paid for 500 stays at the trump hotel shortly after the election. the senate judiciary committee is scrapping a vote today to advance more picks for the trump's lower courts. an aide to grassley says it is
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because jeff flake is not backing down on his threat. he will vote against all nominees until he gets a vote on the bill that protects special counsel robert mueller. >> we can solve this. just have a vote. have a vote. we need to approve more judges. that would be great. this has to be priority. >> the committee has canceled meetings two weeks in a row. delaying 22 nominees from consideration by the end of the year. after feeding off the jitters with the trade deal with china, he stepped in to pump up optimism. the president saying strong signals sent from china. he blamed the longer trip home for the delay in reciprical public statements. the chinese ministry reaffirms the pledge to implementing points on quickly as possible. a new statement today from the ministry as well. look, it was welcome news after the 800-point decline on wall
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street. the president's favorite personal poll. one of the points of the deal is fentanyl. president trump has vowed to stamp out. the president hailed the decision to label fentanyl a controlled substance as a game changer. if china cracks down on the horror drug, the results will be incredible. u.s. stock market will reopen today. right now, futures are lower here. we will watch to see if there is follow through or bounce back. >> the president is right how crucial it would be to stop fentanyl being shipped from china. this is similar to the north korean nuclear agreement. >> they have years of complaints from the united states to resolve in 90 days. the president tweeting about it is not helpful. the stock market really accelerated the losses on tuesday when he called himself a tariff man in the tweet. ahead, a search and rescue
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mission under way off the coast of japan after two u.s. marine planes go down. we will have the latest. allegations of election fraud in the north carolina congressional race.
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desperate search and rescue operation off the coast of japan for five marines still missing after two military aircraft crashed. u.s. military says the crash site is 200 miles off the coast of japan. two marines were rest kucued by helicopter. the fuelling plane and aircraft collided in mid air. the u.s. making preparations to sail a war ship into the black sea. this comes among tensions in the area following the russian seizure of ukrainian ships.
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we have fred pleitgen with more. fred, what is the latest? >> reporter: dave, the u.s. state department asked turkey that they would sail a ship through turkish waters. that is something they need to do to sail a ship in the area. that doesn't mean the u.s. will do this, but it is, dave, a clear message to the russians that the u.s. can escalate the situation. that is a tense situation right now with the russians and ukraini ukrainians. the russians impounded three ships from ukraine which is in the kerch strait which is the azov sea. the ukrainians accusing the russians of possibly planning a ground offensive. the u.s. is inquisquarely on the of the ukrainians.
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they are nato members are calling on the russians to give the ships back immediately and sail eors in jail. the u.s. possibly sailing a war ship. >> fred pleitgen live. thank you. cnn obtained satellite images that show north korea has significantly expanded a key long-range missile base in the mountains. this is a reminder that the u.s. diplomacy has not done anything to stop kim jong-un. for the latest, let's bring in will ripley who has reported from pyongyang. he is live for us in hong kong. what do these images tell you, will? >> reporter: what they tell us is kim jong-un is doing exactly what he said he would do on new year's day of this year. he would mass produce nukes and bolster the nuclear program. he is not in violation of the agreement with the united states or south korea by expanding these missile sites.
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we are talking about one site which has been known to the u.s. intelligence. the missile base and the new unreported site seven miles an wach -- miles away. this could be equipped with nuclear warheads to target the u.s. you have long narrow valleys and tunnels to hide the missile launchers. it is obviously a site which is concerning to the united states. the work began in 2017 at the height of tensions. you know, after singapore, two months after singapore, the work was continuing at the missile bases. if you think about it from kim jong-un's perspective, why stop the work if there is no agreement with the united states? especially when they are pushing hard on the sanctions issue and the members of the trump
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administration like john bolton saying north korea is not living up to the agreement. and north korea is digging in their heels as well. during the diplomatic standoff, what is clear is the military is being expanded. they have a full arsenal, but not testing or parading them. the threat is still there. we just have to say if the second trump-kim summit happens next year. let's see if they come to a deal. >> will ripley in hong kong. thank you. a house democrat seeking emergency hearing as investigators in north carolina look into allegations of election fraud in the congressional race. the investigation centers on the operative who worked for republican mark harris. unofficial ballot totals showed harris ahead of dan mccready by
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905 votes. cnn's drew griffin explains. >> reporter: dave and christine, we have learned the criminal investigation has been going for nearly a year. it focuses not only on perhaps vote fraud, but also on the campaign financing behind it. at the center of it is a man named mccray dallas who was paid by the harris campaign to get out the absentee ballot vote in the county. we have done digging on mr. dallas. he worked on six different campaigns dating back to 2010. he was paid $23,000 for his work over those campaigns. get this, it turns out in almost all of the campaigns he worked on, his candidate got a disproportionately large amount of absentee ballots. that is the subject of the investigation now which could end upturning over this north carolina district nine congressional race. christine. dave. >> drew, thank you.
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that political operative, dowless, has denied any wrongdoing. we hear from the president about people changing a hat and clothes in the car. it would be nice to hear from the white house on this election fraud. burger king wants people to download its app so it is sending them to mcdonald's for a 1 cent whopper. we will check on cnn business next. so this christmas, take care of the hands that take care of you. that's me in back in 1987,
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let's get a check of cnn business. global stocks are down after the arrest of the huawei cfo. nikkei down 2%. shanghai and hang seng down 2%. the negativity continues in the europe market trading. dax and ftse and cac are all lower. wall street will reopen today. futures are down across the board. you will see weakness at the opening bell. yesterday was a welcome respite after the declines on tuesday. dow fell 799 points. the fourth largest point drop ever. the worst day since october of 2010. the nasdaq closed down on tuesday. the s&p 500 down 3% lower.
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markets were closed yesterday. futures are down. we will see if the selling spreads today. the president claims farmers will benefit from the deal with china on trade. according to the report from the nebraska farm bureau, farmers have lost $1 billion in trade revenue. pork and soybeans have had a significant hit. according to the report, total loss of the nebraska farm revenue is $695 million to $1 billion just so far this year. the farm bureau in nebraska calling for the elimination of the steel and aluminum tariffs. they are getting hit twice. burger king wants you to download its app. it is sending you to mcdonald's for access to a 1 cent whopper. if you are within 600 feet of mcdonald's, you can unlock a deal for a penny whopper. it gives directions to the
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nearby burger king to pick up the burger. chains use stunts like this. burger king announced an upgrade of the stores to digital menu boards. you have those at mcdonald's. the 1 cent deal runs through december 12th. >> delicious. creepy. you are always getting a warning where you are when you are near a starbucks. "early start" continues right now as we remember a great and noble man. ♪ >> live pictures from houston where the body of president george herbert walker bush lies in repose right now at the bush family church. the family church of 50 years. >> the best father a son or daughter could have.

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