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prison. that was the deal he got. no comment from republican senator ben sasson. he did have this to say about epstein. >> this guy victimized dozens, probably scores of little girls and the sentence he got was pathetic and every mom and dad in america, frankly not just moms and dads, but anybody with a heart should be heart broken by what happened to those girls. government ought to be doing a lot more of this, going after bastards like this guy. this isn't time for people to say is a republican or democrat going to be implicated. >> the indictment contains very troubling new details. more on that from cnn's miguel marquez. >> reporter: christine, dave, there are lurid allegations against jeffrey epstein who's been charged with sex trafficking and conspiracy. new york prosecutors, they're looking for more.
>> if you believe you are a victim of this man, jeffrey epstein, we want to hear from you. >> reporter: prosecutors allege over four years epstein lured under age women, some as young as 14 years told massage him and engage in sex acts. epstein has pleaded not guilty to the charges. in addition to finding hundreds, possibly thousands of photos of nude and partially nude young women and girls, some of them locked in a safe, investigators found compact discs. now epstein is already a registered sex offender after agreeing to a deal in 2008. the miami herald in an investigation helped prompt the new charges found that acosta signed off on a deal in 2008 essentially shutting down an fbi investigation giving immunity to
any potential co-con spiritors allowing him to pay restitution victims, register as a sex offender and plead guilty to two state charges. epstein is also connected to the president. he was photographed with trump in 1997 and 2000 at the president's mar-a-lago estate, also in palm beach florida. in a 2002 new york magazine, he said, i've known jeff for 15 years. fun to be with. he likes young women as much as i do and many of them are on the younger side. just this past sunday the president was asked if he had any comment on epstein or the case and he said, i don't know about it. christine, dave? >> thanks. an attorney for the trump organization has said there was no relationship between trump and epstein. jeffrey epstein also has connections to another president, bill clinton. clinton spokesman said the former president took a total of
four trips on epstein's private jet in 2002 and three including stopts in connection with the work of the clinton foundation. clinton knows nothing about epstein's terrible crimes. a plan to let you see drug prices on tv ads nixed by a federal judge. the judge of washington, d.c., vacated the health and human services measure. the judge said responsibility of driving down drug prices lies with congress. putting prices in ads was essential to bring down prices. experts say it could be misleading since most people with insurance pay far less. joe biden says he opposes the medicare for all plan being promoted by men many of his democratic rivals. he is the only one who does not support some form of single payer health insurance. biden said that could not
could-exist with the affordable care act. >> i think they think they have the right answer. look, starting over would be i think a sin. they are saying if you are satisfied with your employer-based health care, you've got to give it up. look, they provide a medicare option. that's exactly what barack and i talked about. >> couldn't get it through? >> no, couldn't get it through. now things are changing. >> being kind biden's wife jill firing back suggesting they're trying to imply her husband is a racist. >> he got into politics because of his commitment of civil rights and then to be elected with barack obama and then someone is saying, you know, you're a racist -- >> you're not a racist but this -- >> as soon as i heard those words i thought, uh-oh, what's coming next? and i think the american people know joe biden. they know his values. they know what he stands for.
they don't buy it. >> biden and harris are locked in a battle to win over black voters in a critical constituency. the relationship between the united states and england is being challenged hear. darroch referred to the trump administration as dysfunctional and inept. max foster has the latest developments. hi, max. >> reporter: hi, christine. the british government standing by their guy in washington, prime minister theresa may offering full support. there's a huge amount of concern on the situation they've been put into. they're very much saying darroch was doing his job which is to provide frank assessments against the trump administration.
president trump tweeted we will no longer be dweelg darroch. last night he was disinvited from a dinner at the white house. he's expected to attend a meeting today with ivanka trump. will he be allowed in? if he doesn't he will be left out and they'll have to find a way to deal with it. >> the other wrinkle is why would he leak it the first place? >> reporter: well, lots and lots of speculation about that. it's he not clear. >> sure. >> these emails tend to get deleted after a period of time. someone has been storing them up
with the inquiry. >> max foster, thank you. trump donor mike ingram proposed a housing and golf course project. it's hitting a snag because steve spangle determined it was reasonably certain endangered species could be harmed. that recently changed. the reversal shows another example of the trump administration siding with officials. >> they call their environmental leadership while slamming the green new deal. >> well, we're focused on practical solutions. more than 100 democrats in
congress support the so-called green new deal. their plan is estimated to cost our economy nearly 100 trillion dollars. a number unthinkable. a number not affordable even in the best of times. >> trump's figure appears to be attributed to the american action forum? it makes huge assumptions about the green new deal's price tag. it calls for major action on the climate crisis. i heard bill, our climate reporter, saying this weekend that for 40 years the u.s. has been putting in tighter rules about the environment and the economy has boomed. it hasn't been a big killer to the american economy to be more green. >> will be an issue on the campaign trail, we think.
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limit back in march. they've been using extraordinary measures to pay the bills. the treasury is taking in a lot less money from big companies. that has raised the risk of reaching default much sooner. economists warn if they don't address it before recess, they will be placing a reckless risk out there. a new tropical system likely to form over the gulf of mexico could strengthen significantly in the next few days. we have more. well, good morning. looking at the early beginnings of tropical storm barry. we'll watch it over the next few
days. right now it's a broad area of low pressure. a mess. it has to get into the gulf of mexico before it tightens up. it's got an 80% chance of doing so tonight. upper 80s. it could certainly develop by wednesday and into thursday in a general westward track over the next several days. where it ends up and how it ends up we can't tell you. it's too early. some models depicting the move. very heavy rain across the southeast. once it moves into the gulf of mexico that will happen on wednesday. it could develop into our third system that will impact the united states. we've had andrea. two rookies battling it out for the home run derby title and
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can alex acosta hang on to his cabinet post? new questions after a sex trafficking indictment against a financier, acosta gave a sweetheart deal to a decade ago. a blow to consumers. drug prices won't be featured in tv ads. a new rule blocked by a federal judge. welcome back to "early start," everybody. on a tuesday i'm dave briggs. >> i'm christine romans. it's early on tuesday, 5:30 a.m. in the east. let's begin here with this story.
a new sex trafficking indictment of politically connected multi-millionaire jeffrey epstein raising new questions about a trump cabinet official, the first of what could be many calls from the labor secretary, alexander acosta to resign. came overnight from the house speaker, nancy pelosi. secretary acosta must step down. as u.s. attorney he engaged in an unconscionable agreement from jeffrey epstein kept secret from courageous young victims preventing them from seeking justice. >> as u.s. attorney in south florida, acosta negotiated a plea deal that sentenced epstein to 13 months in county jail while allowing him to work from his office six days a week, 12 hours a day. epstein had been facing life in prison. late last year ben sass asked the justice department to investigate its treatment of epstein. sass now commenting on acosta's future but does say this about epstein. >> this guy victimized dozens,
probably scores of little girls and the sentence he got was pathetic and every mom and dad in america, frankly not just moms and dads, but anybody with a heart should be heart broken by what happened to those girls. government ought to be doing a lot more of this. this isn't a time for people to say oh, is a republican or democrat going to be implicated? every little man should stand on the side of the little girls. >> amen. the indictment contains some very troubling details. more on that from miguel marquis. >> reporter: there are lurid sexual allegations against jeffrey epstein who's been charged with sex trafficking and conspiracy, but new york prosecutors, they're looking for more. >> if you believe you are a victim of jeffrey epstein, we want to hear from you. >> reporter: prosecutors allege over four years epstein lured underage women, some as young as 14 years old, to massage him and
engage in sexual acts in his palm beach florida and new york homes. epstein has pleaded not guilty to the charges. in addition to finding hundreds, possibly thousands of photos of nude and partially nude young women and girls, some of them locked in a safe, investigators found compact disks with handwritten labels including the following, young name plus name, miscellaneous nudes and girls, girl pics nude. now epstein is already a registered sex offender after agreeing to a deal with florida prosecutors in 2008. the miami herald in an investigation helped prompt the new charges found that acosta signed off on a deal in 2008 essentially shutting down an fbi investigation giving immunity to any potential co-conspirators allowing them to pay restitut n restitution, register as a sex offender and plead guilty to two state charges. epstein is connected to the
president. he was photographed with trump in 1997 and 2000 at the president's mar-a-lago estate also in palm beach, florida. in a 2002 statement he said i've known jeff for 15 years. terrific guy. it is even said he likes beautiful women as much as i do and many of them are on the younger side. now just this past sunday the president was asked if he had any comments on epstein and/or the case and he said i don't know about it. christine, dave. >> miguel, thank you for that. an attorney for the trump organization has said trump had no relationship with epstein. jeffrey epstein has connections to bill clinton. the clinton spokesperson said president clinton took a total of four trips on his private jet in 2002 and 2003 including stops for the clinton foundation. mr. clinton has not spoken to mr. epstein in well over a decade and he knows nothing about epstein's, quote, terrible
crimes. a plan to let you see drug prices on tv ads nixed by a federal judge was set to take effect today. they vacated the health and human services measure. the judge says the responsibility of tracking down drug prices lies with congress putting the prices in ads was the center piece of a white house effort to bring down drug prices. experts say it could be misleading since most people with insurance pay far less. joe biden says he opposes the medicare for all plan being promoted by many of the democratic rivals. the former democratic vice president is the only one of the four top polling dems who does not support some form of it. it could not co exist. >> i think they think they have the right answer. starting over would be i think a sin. they are saying if you are satisfied with your employer-based hell care, you've got to give it up. look, we provide a medicare
option. that's exactly what barack and i talked about in the beginning. >> couldn't get it through though? >> no, we couldn't, but now things are changing. >> let's bring in white house reporter sarah westwood live in washington. >> hi, sarah. >> all of this talk about bussing in the 1970s, this is the issue voters care about and are asking about on the trail. joe biden protecting obamacare, the only one who takes that stance. is his stance on health care the reason he is the leader in all the polls? >> dave, this is a really strategic move on the part of the former vice president because, for one, it does help him distinguish himself as a moderate. he's also insulating himself against potential criticisms of inconsistency because as a former vice president for the eight years of the obama administration he was very closely associated with obamacare. he may bear some responsibility for its implementation so people
could question why he would be abandoning that policy if he were to come out in favor of medicare for all. this allows him to draw a direct contrast with president trump and perhaps that's the most important reason because president trump is calling obamacare a failure and saying he wants to replace it. a democrat running on medicare for all would essentially agreeing with president trump. biden would be saying to president trump that he does not think obamacare is open. that's a much more direct confrontation. >> the difference between president trump and the democrats, the democrats say what they want to replac it with. president trump and his administration have not said what they wanted to replace it with. a plan was coming in two months about two months ago. we've seen no plan. senator warren is one of those democrats who is for it. it seems to be working for her at least in the fundraising. she raised $19 million, those are $28 on average donations.
what does that tell you about the energy, i guess, of elizabeth juan remember's plan. >> this is an incredible validation for her. she raised $6 million in the first quarter. there were questions about her abandoning the big donor circuit. her finance director resigned in march, also partly in protest of that. there was some doubt that she was going to be able to raise enough money to stay in the top tier with focusing only on small dollar donors. that was senator bernie sanders. that's her top rival for the progressive mantle in this primary. the fact that she was able to out raise him, beat him at her own game could establish her as a progressive alternative to bernie sanders and the specificity has endeared her to
someone who is more policy oriented. that could be a strong contrast to president trump who famously mentioned not big on detail. >> very famously. let's turn to the story of this man, jeffrey epstein, well-connected financier with some disturbing allegations outlined earlier by miguel marquez. can the labor secretary, alex acosta, survive? he is the one who signed off on a sweetheart deal for epstein back in 2008 which, according to a florida judge, broke the law because it did not inform 30 child victims of this plea deal. can acosta survive? because nancy pelosi seems to be the only one right now calling for him to step down. >> that's right, dave. right now the pressure on secretary acosta to resign is not all that high. the six senate democrats who crossed party lines and voted for his confirmation have not yet come out and started to call
for his resignation. that's given him some insulation. senate republicans not coming out and demanding his resignation but the pressure could only rachet up from here especially as more detail of that extremely lenient plea a 2k3wre789 could come to life over the epstein case. he's reluctant to polite size it. have you ever seen washington polite size anything. because there's so much uncertainty. >> seems like everyone may be involved here. maybe that would explain the silence. >> we know there were big names involved who were sort of granted immunity into that first deal. >> and if that deal is illegal, what could come out of there? let's let alexa costa speak in his own words because he was asked by one senator -- >> tim kaine. >> tim kaine. >> about his ties to epstein and that sweetheart deal of essentially soliciting childhood
prostitution. that's what he was convicted of. listen. >> based on the evidence, the professionals within a prosecutor's office decide that a plea that guarantees that someone goes to jail, that guarantees that someone register generally and that guarantees other outcomes is a good thing. >> the federal prosecutors have noted that epstein has downplayed and himself said it's a sweetheart deal. i'm not a sexual predator, i'm an offender. >> sex with children is like stealing a bagel. >> the white house will be the arbiter of whether acosta stays or goes. a few months ago when the scrutiny of this deal started
coming to light because of that fantastic investigation by the miami herald, white house press secretary at the time, sarah sanders, said the white house was reviewing the case. the white house could have ignored it, issued a blanket statement for secretary acosta. instead they said they were looking into it and they still haven't responded how that review will play out. the white house has put themselves in the position of having to answer. >> and for their often lax vetting procedures again and again and again, we have talked about that. don't have time to go down that road. >> nice to see you, sarah. thank you. >> thank you. drama in the courtroom as family of kevin space si, the accuser, takes the stand. >> going way too far. >> listen, i'll decide that. you answer the questions, sir. >> i think you've had way too many questions that have gone way too far. >> sir, listen to me, you keep
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for more than a year the gulf between washington and tehran has been widening. european leaders has been caught in the middle trying to increase the gap. now europe's efforts to hold it together has been stretched to the breaking point. nic robertson is in gibraltar where the british have detained an iranian oil tanker. nic, this should not help relations between the europeans and iran. >> reporter: it's a point of escalation right now. what we heard about the gibraltar authorities and backed by the british government is they've investigated the cargo on board this super tanker. they said it is crude oil that is filled up to the top with crude oil which reaffirms what they said all along. they believed it was on the way to a syrian oil refinery under e.u. sanctions. this dismisses what iran has been saying, that the ship wasn't going to an iranian oil
refinery. while a tanker doesn't have many options or places to go. so that again is a point of escalation. we've also heard from one of the senior advisors to the supreme leader in iran. that advisor saying that the british detention of this vessel cannot go unanswered. tensions on this front rising. tensions on the nuclear deal rising. now iran has sort of tipped the scales on two points of that deal and threatened to break a third point. the french now, president macron spoke with president trump on monday. the french sending one of their senior diplomats to tehran to tamp down the great tensions at the moment. the g-20, president macron spoke with president trump about tlieg sort of initiative. this does seem to be the french initiative does seem to be
gaining traction. whether or not it can achieve anything given iran's absolutely, if you will, intransigent position it seems on breaking the terms of the nuclear deal, it's hard to see what progress the french may make in the short order at least. >> those are hanging on by a thread. nic robertson, thank you. check on cnn business this morning. a case for raising the federal minimum wage. the cbo says raising the minimum wage to 15 bucks an hour by the year 2025 would give 17 million people a raise but 1.3 million would lose their job. that's because when you raise wages it can cut into corporate profitability. wage growth remained at 3.1% for june. that's good news for workers. investors worry the higher costs could cut me profits. many people think it should be growing faster this late in the
business cycle. cities, states, even companies raising the minimum wage. 19 states raised their minimum. many of the increases reached $15 an hour. take a look at markets around the world. you can see a mixed performance in asia. europe opened slightly. frank further down more than 1%. wall street leaning a little bit lower. half a percent for the dow industrials. they closed lower amid worries about whether the fed will step in there and cut interest rates. the dow closed 116 points lower. the nasdaq also down. the markets are expecting interest rate cuts from the world. a strong jobs report indicates wall street might be ahead of itself. the fed is expected to decide on rates at the end of the month. we'll be right back.
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the girl's father has been identified by south bend police as alex weigand. two siblings and two granddaughters were on the freedom of the seas. strong ratings for the u.s. women's national soccer team world cup victory sunday. despite the midday time slot, about 14 million people watched it on tv in the u.s. that beat last year's men's world cup title between france and croatia. that averaged 4.8 million. ♪ we are the champions >> team u.s.a. arrives back home last night, spoke about the equal pay issue. over the past three years the women's team has made more revenue. despite being paid less, the men's team made $6 million and the women's team is expected to generate 130 million. >> it's so evident we do need to
use our voice for what we believe in. >> we understand what kind of stage we're on. we knew this would be a huge summer for us in many different ways. this is just the first step in a very big summer that we hope to have. >> you can find alex morgan and meghan rapinoe on the new "sports illustrated" cover complete with rapinoe in her pose. a gender reveal goes badly wrong. a car burst into flames on the gold coast while he was performing a burnout to announce the gender of a friend's baby. they were running to get him out. oh, my goodness. >> history in cleveland. rookie vladimir guerrero jr. setting an all-time record with 29 homers in each of the first two rounds of last night's major league baseball home run derby,
but it was the mets rookie, pete alonzo who took home the top prize, 1 million bucks. he plans to donate to the wounded war project and another charity. a lot more homers tonight. >> that's right. that's it for us on this tuesday morning. thanks for joining us. have a great rest of your day. i'm christine romans. >> i'm dave multimillionaire financer, jeffrey epstein pleading not guilty to two sex trafficking charges. >> you have a man looking at spending the rest of his natural life in jail. >> the alleged behavior shocks the conscience. the one thing you cannot say about joe is he's a racist. >> he's going to have a problem with black voters. >> we can go back and pick everybody's record apart. >> $19.1 million in the second quarter. >> she is vaulting into the very top tier of the candidates that
are out there. this is "new day" with alisyn c alisyn camerota and john berman. get these chairs adjusted. we have big problems getting them at the right height! one second ago that is where john was and i was. welcome to our viewers around the world, this is "new day" at 6:00 here in new york. house speaker nancy pelosi calling on alexander acosta to resign because of a sweetheart deal he made with a multimillion jeffrey epstein a decade ago. federal prosecutors indicted epstein on sex trafficking charges that allege that he exploited dozens of girls as young as 14 years old at his homes in new york and florida. >> they uncovered a
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