tv Early Start with Christine Romans and Dave Briggs CNN December 13, 2018 2:00am-2:59am PST
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i'm dave briggs. >> i'm christine romans. it is thursday, december 13th. 5:00 a.m. in the east. a three-year prison sentence for the president's former lawyer, michael cohen. and another bombshell. bombshell for an already shaken white house, prosecutors striking a non-prosecution agreement with ami. the parent company of "the national enquirer." >> in exchange, ami admits making $150,000 to silence karen mcdougal. part of the effort to bury bad press about donald trump. michael cohen recorded a conversation he had with the then candidate about that payoff. >> i have spoken to allen about how to set the whole thing up with funding. >> what are we going to do? >> yes. it is all the stuff. >> allen weisselberg is the cfo of the trump organization. right at the center of trump
world. he was granted immunity. news of the deal with ami came moments after cohen's sentencing for crimes which included arranging payments and lying to congress about the trump tower project in moscow during the campaign. cohen's advisor speaking out stating cohen's false testimony was shared with the white house and it's possible president trump knew cohen would make false statements under oath. not a peep from the president on wednesday, but behind the scenes, we are told the president is seething and assuring associates cohen is a liar. here's athena jones. >> reporter: good morning, dave and christine. this is the first time a member of the president's inner circle received prison time over his associations with the russia probe. there was a pattern of deception by cohen. the u.s. district judge agreed saying cohen thrived on the access to powerful people. he became one himself.
cohen told the court he took full responsibility for his crimes and speaking about trump, he said time and time again i thought it was my duty to cover up his dirty deeds. admitting to orchestrating hush payments to karen mcdougal and stormy daniels to keep quiet about alleged affairs with the president, cohen implicated the president in felonies. saying donald trump directed him to make those payments. something federal prosecutors noted in court papers. trump has denied affairs and denied anything about the payments. cohen admitted to lying to congress and special counsel investigators about contacts with russia. cohen pledged to continue to cooperate with the mueller investigation. dave and christine. >> thank you, athena. alleged russian spy maria butina is set to plead guilty in federal court in washington. she has been cooperating with prosecutors offering information on how she was able to infiltrate u.s. circles,
including the national rifle association. the 30-year-old russian national pleaded not guilty to conspiracy and acting as a foreign agent. russians are calling for her swift release. nancy pelosi striking a deal to reclaim the speaker's gavel when the democrats take the house next month. the long time democratic leader negotiating with the group of democrats who lobbied against her from becoming speaker. this would guarantee two more years as speaker, but she could serve no more than four years on job. >> as part of the agreement, pelosi is backing an agreement of three-term limits for the top three leaders. anything beyond that would require 2/3 of the caucus rather than simple majority. lawmakers revamping the way sexual harassment claims are handled on capitol hill. for the first time, they will be liable for paying out of their own pockets instead of using taxpayer money.
all settlements will be made public when made. they all have to be made public when made. members of congress will be identified by name if they are personally liable. all settlements will be referred to the ethics committee for review. >> this does not apply to other forms of discrimination like pregnancy or gender discrimination. the measure reconciles bills already in the house. other bills would have expired if congress did not reach agreement before the end of the year. mark meadows is out of running for the chief of staff job. in a statement, meadows is a great friend of the president and doing a great job in congress. the president wants him to continue the great work there. meadows says whoever is chosen will have his great support. among those considered is steve mnuchin and mick mulvaney as well as bob lighthizer. some indicated they are not
interested. >> two of the people listed are negotiating with china on an important trade deal. bruised and battle tested. prime minister theresa may has survived a leadership challenge triggered by members of her own party. her battles are not over. she tries to convince european neighbors to reopen the dialogue over the brexit withdrawal treaty. we have nic robertson live in london in front of parliament for us. she survives, but this doesn't get easier. >> reporter: it doesn't. i think it sharpens the focus of everyone here. a third of her party is against her and the ultimate goal is a brexit agreement to pass in the house of parliament behind her. with a third against her, that becomes harder. the opposition is firmly against her at the moment. any idea she could win some of them to her side to pass this vote seems impossible. what does she need to do today
when she goes to brussels? she will try to get political and legal reassurances on the back-stop arrangement. the arrangement on the border with northern ireland. that is the new land border with the new eu. complex issue. the concessions she needs to get from the european union don't seem to be on the table. they said that they are not going to be able to open up the brexit negotiation. they may be able to give her a few words of reassurance, but nothing to pass muster, if you will, when she gets back here to allow her to win that vote. the vote has to be held by the 21st of january. if that vote fails to pass, there is a couple of months to come up with a new plan before britain leaves the eu on the 29th of march. what does that mean? it means at this stage, the likelihood of britain leaving the eu without a deal becoming a much bigger reality. with it, the consequences of the
damage to the british economy and european economy and damage to trading partners around the world. >> that would be crashing out of the eu. the worst-case scenario. >> reporter: worst-case scenario, people are talking about 20 or 30 or 40 miles of traffic and big trucks trying to get goods to europe. we are talking about food and medicine and planes not taking off. a huge range of issues. prepare rations have just begun. what is it like to drive a truckload of car parts from here to france? how long will they wait at the border? right now, it goes on the train and off it goes under the tunnel. that won't be the case in three months time. >> that is what people voted to do. thank you.
republican senator james imhofe purchased stock in a defense contractor after approving a deal. his financial disclosure report purchased $50,000 of raytheon stock. >> the president agreed to the defense budget of $750 billion after the meeting with imhofe aft and others. his transactions are done by a third party. it is surprises me that members of congress can trade on committees they sit on. >> if you have anything to do with the defense industry, the fact you can buy defense stocks is stunning and should be to the american people. >> even through third party. nine minutes past the hour. canada and the u.s. tell the president do not leverage the
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release her, they will pay the price. she could face up to 30 years in prison and when president trump steps in and says he may intervene and help her out if there is a better deal for the u.s. in the trade war -- canada is saying no. that is playing into the chinese narrative that meng wanzhou is a pawn in the trade war. she was arrested on the same day that president trump and president xi hammered out the truce to the trade war at the dinner at the g20 in argentina. nine days after the arrest, you have two canadian citizens arrested. you have michael spavor and michael covret. both high profile.
well known. two can adians arrested on the same way. is this retaliatioretaliation? we have no idea. the timing is suspicious. you can bet american firms like apple and qualcomm are taking a look at personnel movements hoping they don't fall victim to retaliatory actions by beijing. >> will ripley live in hong kong. thank you. on wall street, optimism in the u.s. and china trade saga, but enthusiasm cooled. dow ended up 157 points led by gains with companies with exposure to china. apple and boeing. the dow was up 358 points earlier in the day. s&p closed .60% higher. some enthusiasm came from the report suggesting that china's top planning agency and senior policy advisors are drafting a
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>> we got you. we got you, buddy. it's okay. it's okay, buddy. >> balch springs police officers responding to a fire where residents trapped on the second floor. one officer threw his baton to break the window. then the boy could get through the open window to jump. no injuries reported. dave. >> job well done there. let's talk sports. roger goodell is defending the handling of the kareem hunt situation saying the league is doing a great job. andy scholes has more. >> roger goodell and the nfl owners meeting yesterday in dall dallas. the first time roger goodell addressed the kareem hunt situation. he was asked if the league is doing enough with off the field
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prison. and the company that shielded donald trump in 2016 is now cooperating with the feds. nancy pelosi strikes a deal. she's get the speaker's gavel, but time in power is limited. another canadian citizen now missing in china. the u.s., canada and beijing all digging in over the latest diplomatic tensions. would you pay an extra tax to text? california could start charging and we will tell you why. good morning. welcome back to "early start." i'm christine romans. >> i'm dave briggs. we start with don's dirty deeds. a three-year prison sentence for president trump's former personal attorney michael cohen and another bombshell for the already shaken white house. prosecutors striking a non prosecution agreement with ami. the parent company of "the national enquirer."
>> in exchange, ami admits making $150,000 to silence karen mcdougal. part of the effort to bury bad press about donald trump. michael cohen recorded a conversation he had with the then candidate about that payoff. >> i have spoken to allen about how to set the whole thing up with funding. >> so what are we going to pay? >> yes. and it's all the stuff. >> allen weisselberg is the cfo of the trump organization. he was granted immunity. news of the deal with ami came moments after cohen's sentencing for crimes which included arranging payments and lying to congress about the trump tower project in moscow during the campaign. >> cohen's adviser speaking out stating that cohen's false testimony was shared with the white house and it's possible president trump knew cohen would make false statements under
oath. not a peep from the president on wednesday, but behind the scenes, we are told the president is seething and assuring associates cohen is a liar. we have athena jones with more. >> reporter: good morning, dave and christine. this is the first time a member of the president's inner circle received significants prison sentence associated with the russia probe. there was a pattern of deception by cohen. the u.s. district judge agreed saying cohen thrived on the access to powerful people. he became one himself. cohen told the court he took full responsibility for his crimes and speaking about trump, he said time and time again i thought it was my duty to cover up his dirty deeds. admitting to orchestrating hush payments before the 2016 election to karen mcdougal and stormy daniels to keep quiet about alleged affairs with president trump.
cohen implicated the president in felonies. saying donald trump directed him to make those payments. trump has denied affairs and denied anything about the payments. cohen admitted to lying to congress and special counsel investigators about contacts with russia. cohen pledged to continue to cooperate with the mueller investigation. dave and christine. >> athena jones, thank you. let's go to washington and bring in political reporter jeremy hurd. good morning. >> thanks for having me. >> a three-year sentence for the fixer. what does this mean for donald trump? >> i think it is hard to underscore how significant this is for the president. he is obviously in recent weeks and months gone after cohen and accused him of being disloyal. he was part of the inner circle during the campaign and closest to the president that we have
seen charged. this is the biggest sentence we have seen in the probe. it is certainly the most significant legal jeopardy and political jeopardy the president has seen so far with the russia investigation. the question, of course, now is where do we go from here? we have seen republicans which have not jumped on the band wagon and thought this is a dangerous situation for the president. mr. cohen said he will keep talking and cooperating. >> that is interesting. this is not the end of the cohen story. this may be the beginning. he doesn't report to prison until march. will he be talking to congress more? you snknow senator richard burr said we will talk to a lot of folks. >> i spoke to the chairman of the intelligence committee yesterday. he seemed confident he would get
mr. cohen in before he reports to prison in march. he said it would be hard to talk to him in prison. he thinks cohen is an important part of the investigation. don't forget, cohen appeared before the house and senate intelligence committees last year. in that testimony we know he lied about the discussions he had about the trump tower moscow project. that is a charge he pleaded guilty to last week. the senators and house members also are interested in talking to him. they want to know what it was that cohen lied about and what else he knows. >> you can bet if the senate wants to talk to cohen, the house will which is controlled by democrats. let's switch to the ami route. because michael cohen is not a great witness and credibility highly questionable, that is why ami is crucial here. they will not be prosecuted. can they add more to what this simple personal transaction was?
that is what donald trump calls wa the payoffs. can they clear that up? >> the revelation we got ami, the parent company of "the national enquirer" entered into the agreement with the prosecutors in manhattan. that could be the more significant development. as part of the agreement, ami admitted that it paid $150,000 to silence one of the women who alleged to have an affair with trump. it did so with the trump campaign. that gets into the fact it was part of the campaign and part of the election contrary to what he has said. we don't know what else ami will cooperate. it is potentially a very significant development. >> if it can be framed as an illegal campaign contribution. >> if they can link the trump campaign to the payments, then
we are in a different territory. >> it is important not to forget the story. the president said this never happened. >> on air force one. >> then it was if it happened, i didn't know. now it is it happened and it was a simple personal transaction. reminder here, the truth has been missing from the very beginning of the story. >> i think that is right. it goes to the fact that for the president, at least as of now, this is a political problem for him and not legal problem. the justice department said you cannot indict a sitting president. his danger here is what the congress does with this information. we have democrats talking about this is potentially an impeachable offense. that doesn't mean they will move forward with impeachment next year. me and my colleagues on the hill say this doesn't have anything to do with russia collusion or they say cohen is a liar and known liar. as a result of that, they don't trust what he is saying even if
prosecutors are referencing it. >> orrin hatch, the senator senatosenator, saying he is not concerned. thank you, jeremy. >> the question is does the president tweet about it? >> silence so far. i would sect we will see a tweet in -- i would expect we will see a tweet in the next hour. and nancy pelosi reclaiming the speaker's gavel next month. the long time democratic leader negotiating with the group of democrats who lobbied against her. this would guarantee two more years as speaker, but she could serve no more than four years on the job. >> as part of the agreement, pelosi is backing an agreement of three-term limits for the top three leaders. anything beyond that would require 2/3 of the caucus rather than simple majority. her number two and number three
are 79 and 78, for contest. bruised and battle tested. prime minister theresa may has survived a leadership challenge by other own party. her battles are not over. she tries to convince european neighbors to reopen the dialogue over the brexit withdrawal treaty. we have nic robertson live in london with the latest. what are the chances they will reopen the negotiations, nic? >> reporter: it is slim. there is a challenge for the prime minister. she has a third of her party against her. that certainly is something the european leaders recognize. they are sympathetic to the political situation that theresa may is in. it doesn't mean they will reopen the brexit deal. the contentious part is the border with the republican of ireland and northern ireland, the new land border with the eu and britain. they will not open up the deal
to refix that. what theresa may will be left with here is some words and language that might give some technical assurance. she was political and legal reassurances -- she wants political and legal reassurances to get it past in her party. the opposition is on the verge of potentially calling a no confidence vote in the government and going for general election. bringing down the government. all of that adds up to the fact that theresa may, the likelihood of her delivering a brexit deal is remote at the moment. that means coming march 29th, when britain leaves the eu, they will leave without any deal. huge economic impact for the uk and european union and trading partners around the world. that reality is beginning to
look clear after yesterday's vote. >> 106 days from a complete disaster. nic robertson, thank you. melania trump opening up about life in the white house. she spoke to fox news while visiting troops on the "uss george h.w. bush." she lashed out at the media. >> the opportunists using my name or my family name to advance themselves. from comedians to journalists. >> does it hurt? >> it doesn't hurt. the problem is they are writing the history and it's not correct. they like to focus on the gossip. i would like to have them focus on substance and what we do. not just about nonsense. >> mrs. trump said she will not shy away from promoting her objectives and doing what she thinks is right for the country.
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executive if it helped reach an agreeme agreement. we have will ripley with the latest from hong kong. >> reporter: dave, canada is caught in the middle. there is an extradition treaty with canada. when they asked to arrest meng wanzhou, it was huge. canada did what it was asked to do by the u.s. china issues a warning to canada for fulfilling the treaty obligations saying there will be consequences if they don't release wanzhou. you have two canadian citizens detained on the same day facing the same charge. you have a former diplomat michael covret and michael spavor. he brought dennis rodman in to meet kim jong-un.
these two canadians are locked up and facing unknown amount of incarceration in china after china warned canada if they don't release the major name in the tech industry, things like this could potentially happen. a heavy price to pay. is it retaliation? we don't know. timing is suspicious here. when china is angry, they target companies from that country. now you have american tech firms like apple and qualcomm looking at employee movements in the country. china is outraged saying the cfo is being used as a political pawn. president trump is not making it better when he said he might intervene. that is why you have the strong wording. dave. >> 6:40 there in hong kong. will, thank you.
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case. >> the school's statement doesn't mention anderson by name. it says a student is no longer allowed on campus after the school was alerted to his legal history. cnn reached out to his attorney. they did not respond. they said the accuser's statement was riddled with distortions and misreprese misrepresentations when the newspaper asked for comment. a move that could change how you communicate in the most populated state. the idea is to make connectivity accessible to low income residents by making up for decreasing revenue for a tax on voice calls. the surcharge proposed would be a monthly fee and not per text. the exact structure of the charge would vary between carriers. from the dumb criminals
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break the window. no injuries were reported. few things pack the emotional punch of the surprise homecoming. heidi johnson, a mother from redding, california, pulled it off not once, but twice. her son is home from deployment for the first time in three years. watch as he surprises his two younger brothers jacob and jalen. >> mason! mason! >> my heart exploded. i feel half my heart goes to him now. >> oh, heck no! >> hi, buddy. come here. >> it's okay, honey. >> it's okay.
>> the family will all be together this christmas. >> even when you know it's coming, you can't help but cry. it gives me a new appreciation of our troops. i can't imagine being away from my kids for a week. these guys for months at a time. >> awesome. we wish them the best. here is the tissue. thank you for joining us. i'm christine i would be extremely nervous. people around the president are going to prison. >> he is a snake. he secretly recorded his own client. >> allen is now cooperating. nobody knows where the money has gone better than he does. >> i am hopeful michael cohen will have that moment to tell the american people what he knows about
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