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novak djokovic. >> what a match. a wimbledon for the ages. the historic win, for novak djokovic. welcome to our viewers around the united states. this is "early start." >> good evening to you. novak djokovic chowing on some grass there. it's 4:00 a.m. in new york. 9:00 a.m., in england, where novak was eating the grass. president trump attacked four minority lawmakers, telling them to go back to their country. his racist tweet, normalizing using the oval office to maintain biggestry.
speaker pushing forward a funding bill they didn't accept. all four of the women sending out rebukes of the president, as did nancy pelosi. look at what she tweeted -- i reject donald trump's xenophobic instruction. president trump is using the language of white initinational. based on the long list of remarks, he is apparently comfortable saying this sort of thing. >> thank you. immigration officials insist that raids are happening across the country. we were originally told the tent cities were being targeted. but cnn can't report if there
were arrest s -- confirmed, chicago. "the new york times" reports that the news reports tipped off the communities about what to expect. if that was supposed to kept secret, this doesn't help. >> they're going to bring people out and bring them back to their countries. >> according to "the new york times," a secondary scale plane. it calls for apprehensions over a week ago or something. pressed by jake tapper on state of the union. >> can you guarantee that no parents will be separating from
their children in the raids? >> in the wsame way i can't comment on a operational detail. >> there's people without families with removal orders. the priority is for i.c.e. to get the criminals. >> activists that some took to get prepared for the raids. >> reporter: the pro-migrant community, pushing forward. regardless of if they lack status to be in the country. we've heard from participants,
saying they oppose the hard-line immigration policies. as they describe it, dehumanizing approach. when you hear from some of the folks that represent these communities, they are outraged. you hear from catalina cruz, who spent a large time with his wife, at virs undocumented across the country, especially here. >> i have to tell you, i've been in this country for 26 years. i spent 13 of them, documented immigrant. the fears are high-end. >> i've gotten death threats. that's never happened before. we have a president that's embolden this behavior. >> assembly woman cruz saying she is in contact with some of
the legalizations organization. saying that those make those come in as the next winner. beto o'rourke revealing they are family of slave owners. o'rourke writes, i benefit from a system that my ancestors built for themselves to urgency others. o'rourke says he will continue to support reparations for slavery, an issue multiple candidates have addressed on a campaign trail.
pete buttigieg is no longer the little campaign he could. after raising $24.8 million in the second quarter. that's expected to be the most of any kand date. that puts people on the ground in iowa and new hampshire. fund-raising will continue into 2018. >> police in baton rouge, louisiana, is kinding that the counter of the city's african-american museum. they have no ideas. police do not know what caused her death. investigators are reaching out to the public, asking anyone with information to come forward.
bastille day celebrations turning violent in paris. at least 175 people were taken into custody for questioning. earlier in the day, macron was the first president to get booed during the traditional july 14th parade. yellow vests infiltrating the event. the white house confirming a meeting between president trump and jimmy morales was called off. that would make guatemala a safe third country. people crossing into guatemala will apply for u.s. asylum there, instead of at the u.s. border. easing the immigration crush at america's southern border. the two presidents were close to solidifying that deal.
iran's foreign minister in new york for a meeting at the u.n. the state department granting a visa. the move was approved by secretary of state mike pompeo. the tensions of the two countries are building, with iran increasing its uranium enrichment. >> the trump administration is isolated in the global community. it's time for the united states, to begin to return to the international consensus. >> the visit comes as they announce they will work with germa germany to keep it alive. jeremy hunt says he will be building on the leadership shown along the u.k. and france and germa germany, as we work what it takes to get iran back in
compliance. what caused the major saturday night blackout in new york city, still not known. con edison says a high demand for power was not known as the cause. >> we have no indication this was cyber or a physical attack. in terms of loading on the system, it was a warm morning last night. the demand last night was very low. >> parts of manhattan went dark for five hours. a denver lopez concert had to be called off for safety reasons. the last of "h"hadestown," givea
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depression. 50,000 people in louisiana were without power state-wide overnight. forecasters say heavy rain and tornadoes are still a possibility in the area through today. natasha chin is in franklin, louisiana, with the latest for us. >> reporter: dave and jessica, we're hearing from the st. mary parish emergency officials, that on sunday, there were seven inches of rain, which is more than they got the entire barry event the day before. this is all coming from a drainage canal that they're
hoping will recede overtime. there's some phones being threatened because of the flash flooding. we visited glencoe, louisiana, as well. that's an area that had to be evacuated on saturday night. we saw one home that was ripped apart because of the strong winds from barry. joseph colbert. he was inside the home. >> sounded like a train to me. it did sound like a train coming through. you heard it coming out. all of it started coming out. >> reporter: colbert said he had been in that home for 40 years. now, there's people affected by the wind damage and by
floodwaters. norths are concerned in trying to keep the waters out of people's homes. they are working hard with utility crews to restore power to everyone. dave and jessica, back to you. >> thanks. today, more heavy rain and flash flooding in parts of the south. thanks to what's left of barry. the forecast, now, from meteorologist javaheri. >> not an impressmpressive on r. the thunderstorm activity has almost been displaced to the east or the south. that's not to say we haven' seen tremendous rainfall. that's the good news with this. seeing, still, plenty of rainfall, and more than ten inches in portions of southern louisiana. this is the case for many, many weeks. additional rainfall on top of
that soil. the levels of the rivers across this region, it's going to exacerbate this situation. notice the next couple days how everything is off towards the east. and everything dries up from the weather pattern perspective. that's part of the element here. and the flooding risk remains across the south, from memphis to little rock, going to see rainfall and potentially additional flooding in the next couple of days. >> thanks so much. ebola is spreading in the democrat democratic congo. a sick pastor arrived by bus. the risk of e boley spreading was low because he was taken
were treatment. the bus driver and 18 other passengers will be examined today. ahead, it was a wimbledon men's final for the record books. novak djokovic, defeating roger federer after nearly five epic hours of tennis. christina mcfarlane spoke to the winner. ohhh. ahhgh. so imagine how we cheered when we found tide pods sport. finally something more powerful than the funk. bye. i love you too! he didn't say that. tide sport removes even week-old sweat odor. if it's got to be clean, it's got to be tide.
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djokovic, and roger federer, winning the first men's title decided by a fifth set tiebreak. christine mcfarlane joins us live from london. the joker is catching up on the all-time leader list. good morning to you. >> good morning. i haven't recovered from this match. it was like riding a rollercoaster, watching it unfold. 4:57 to be precise. these were two titans of the tennis world slugging it out. a 20-time grand slam champion, on the other, a 15-time. both gunning to be the greatest of all-time. we didn't expect it to be this close. we went into the fifth set. it was a battle for survival out
there on centre court. the pendulum. roger federer had two championship points. he faulted. it was the nerve who saw it to take his fifth wimbledon title. afterwards, he said, this was the most draining match of his career. >> had time to serve. you know, those moments, you just try to stay there. try to stay present and find that strength and self-belief. in the end, managed to pull it out. >> great to see djokovic still standing. he faced two opponents, not just federer but the crowd, as well.
even in the royal box, he is a well-deserving champion of the 2019 title. >> looks like novak will watch those 20 grand slam titles. great interview. appreciate it. jeff hardy arrested in south carolina for public intoxicat n intoxication. they received reports of an intoxicated person in myrtle beach. the wwe veteran posted baond an was released the same day. hardy pleaded guilty to drunk driving last year in north carolina. he injured his right knee and underwent surgery in may. >> ahead, get back to politics. trump standing by a racist tweet. telling lawmakers to go back to their countries. they're americans and democrats are fighting back.
president trump launching a racist attack on four democratic lawmakers, telling them to go back to the countriy ies they'r from, even though they are all american. the trump administration saying that i.c.e. has launched raids to round up thousands of undocumented immigrants. local officials say they haven't seen them yet. millions under flash flood watches in the mississippi valley, as barry makes its way north. incredible video of construction workers rescuing a baby and a toddler from a construction fire. happy monday. i'm dave briggs. >> good morning. i'm jessica dean. it's 34 minutes past the hour here in new york. democrats are fighting back after president trump attacked four minority democratic lawmakers, telling them to go back to their country.
the president's racist tweet, using the oval office to promote bigot bigotry. the president writing, in part, why don't they go back and fix the broken and crime-infested places from which they came. >> trump is wrong. all of them are american citizens. three of the four were born in the united states. ilhan omar moved to the united states when she was 12, became a citizen at 17. that's not the point. not a single member of congress has objected to the racist comments. democrats opposed to the line that trump targeted, and more centrist ones are defending the tweet, saying that democrats use disgusting language. more from boris sanchez.
>> dave and jessica, the president exploiting a rift among the democrats and the white house speaker, and the speaker pushing forward a funding bill they didn't accept. all four of the women sending out rebukes of the president, as did nancy pelosi. look at what she tweeted -- i reject donald trump's xenophobic comments meant to divide our nation. she went on to say this is attacking our values. president trump is using the language of white nationalists. based on the long list of remarks, he is apparently comfortable saying this sort of thing. dave and jessica? >> thank you. immigration officials insist that raids to arrest undocumented immigrants are
under way. but this force has not been seen. we were originally told the ten cities were being targeted. but cnn can't report if there were arrests -- confirmed, chicago, florida and new york. there's been only one report in chicago of any apprehensions. "the new york times" reports that the news reports tipped off the communities about what to expect. if that was supposed to kept secret, this comment last week from the president did not help. >> it's starts on sunday. they're going to bring people out and bring them back to their countries. >> according to "the new york times," a secondary scale plan calls for apprehensions over a
week ago or something. ken cuccinelli, he was tight-lipped about the details when pressed by jake tapper on "state of the union." >> can you guarantee that no parents will be separating from their children in the raids? >> in the same way i can't comment on a operational details. >> there's people without families with removal orders. the priority is for i.c.e. to get the criminals. >> it will focus on recent arrivals to the u.s. we have more on the steps activists took to get undocumented immigrants prepared for the raids. >> reporter: the pro-migrant community here in queens, new york, one of many across the
country, pushing forward to educate migrants if they belong in the country. we've heard from participants, saying they oppose the hard-line immigration policies. as they describe it, dehumanizing approach. when you hear from some of the folks that represent these communities, they are outraged. you hear from catalina cruz, who spent a large portion of her life as documented, across the country. >> i have to tell you, i've been in this country for 26 years. i spent 13 of them, documented immigrant. the fears that we're feeling now is high-end. we have a president that's embolden hatred.
i have gotten death threats. that's never happened before. we have a president that's embolden this behavior. people are scared. we're here to tell them, don't be, because we're going to fight for you. >> assembly woman cruz saying she is in contact with some of the legalizations organization. saying a bulk of the calls are people seeking information, as opposed to legal assistance. she expects those calls to come in as the week continues. "the daily mail" reporting that the british ambassador to the u.s., believed president trump abandoned the iran nuclear deal, despite his predecessor, president obama. he described his decision as an act of diplomatic vandalism. nic robertson in london. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, dave. he also said this was a no next
day strategy. very critical of the white house. he's resigned his position. the former foreign secretary, boris johnson, who may become britain's next prime minister, admitted that during a tv interview, he didn't or didn't appear to back -- didn't appear to back the british ambassador. that was a contributory factor. boris johnson said he was misrepresented to the foreign ambassador. they said this is a breach of the secret side. they are investigating. they don't see the hand of a government in the form of a computer hack. however, they did advise editors of newspapers and publications, not to run with this story. within 24 hours, backing away and saying this wasn't an effort of police stopping the media to
do important international stories. the police backing away from that slightly. we have in the context of the iran nuclear deal, of course, which is what this all came from, if you will. the comments from the british ambassador. you had the british secretary today, urging, along with his french and german counterparts, urging the united states and iran, to try to come together, to talk this through. mentioning concern that the u.s. sanctions on iran were unraveling that nuclear agreement. and concern that iran is breaking the terms of that agreement. >> continuing to enrich uranium. 9:42 in london. thank you. bastille day celebrations turning violent in paris. anti-government protesters clashing with police on the champs-elyse champs-elysees. earlier, macron became the first president in modern times to be
booed during the traditional parade. yellow vest protesters infiltrating that event despite a heavy police presence. what caused the blackout in new york city is still not known. the investigation could take months. con edison said a high demand for hour was not responsible for the outage. and they have ruled out other potential causes. >> we have no indication that this was involved in cyber or physical attack. in terms of loading or demand on the system, it was a warm evening last night. but in terms of the peak demands that manhattan exhibits, it was very low. >> parts of manhattan went dark for about seven hours. a jennifer lopez concert that was in progress was called off for safety. the concert has been rescheduled for tonight. we're seeing video of how
broadway stars adapted when theaters went dark. "hadestown" giving a sidewalk performance. ♪ it's a blackout ooh, it's a blackout ♪ ♪ ooh, it's a blackout >> it sounds great, even though it's outside. >> good times were had by all. a lot blaming mayor bill de blasio, out campaigning for president at the time. you see the covers of the local papers here. "daily news," dim & dimmer. and "the new york post," de blasio must go. china's economy is feeling the effects of the trade war with the united states. its gdp slumped to 6.2% in the second quarter, the slowest rate
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tropical storm barry downgraded to a tropical depressi depression. 50,000 people with louisiana without power overnight. heavy rain and tornadoes are possible throughout that area today. natasha chin is in franklin, louisiana, with the latest. >> reporter: dave and jessica, we're hearing from the st. mary parish emergency officials, that on sunday, there were seven inches of rain, which is more than they got the entire barry event the day before. really, the problem has come after the storm came through. we'll show you what this looks like in franklin. this is the metal shipyard. this is their parking lot. this is what happened from barry saturday night into sunday. they were prepared for this. the barricade has been here for years. we saw folks bringing in extra
gravel and plugging holes. they were expecting this flooding to get much worse. this is all coming from a drainage canal that they're hoping will recede overtime. there's some phones being threatened because of the flash flooding. we visited glencoe, louisiana, as well. that's an area that had to be evacuated on saturday night. we saw one home that was ripped apart because of the strong winds from barry. joseph colbert was sitting in the carport at the time. his sister was inside the home. she came running outside. here's what he said. >> sounded like a train to me. it did sound like a train coming through. you heard it coming out. all of it started coming out. >> reporter: colbert said he had been in that home for 40 years.
now, there's people affected by the wind damage and by floodwaters. authorities are concern eed wit trying to keep the waters out of people's homes. they are working hard with utility crews to restore power to everyone. dave and jessica, back to you. >> thanks. ahead, there will be a new 007. who nailed the role in cnn business, next. here, it all starts with a simple...
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young royals are giving some of their shine to aristocratic events. a busy weekend for all of them. >> it was. the duchess of sussex, out for a couple of days on the trot over the weekend. firstly, accompanying her sister-in-law to the tennis. duchess of cambridge is actually the patron of wimbledon. no rift in any of the images around the world. i think meghan was concerned with serena being smashed in the final there. and last night, the duchess out on the red carpet, as a royal. she was there with prince harry. i'm told "the lion king" is one of his favorite films, which is what they were there to see. they bumped into pop royalty. beyonce is one of the voices of the characters there.
jay-z was accompanying her. they gave parental advice, always find time for myself, i'm told he was overheard saying. incident-free, which i think meghan will be pleased with. there's been some negative coverage about her appearances recently. >> yeah. all good photos and happy, smiling faces. thanks so much. why is theresa may there, tweeting out her own questionable dance moves? well, for the first time ever, england has won the cricket world cup. they defeated new zealand in a stunning match that ended in a tie, in a very complex tiebreaker, england just squeaked out the win. >> that looks fun. dramatic video of construction workers saving a baby and a toddler from a burning apartment building in albuquerque. the workers happen to be
installing a new roof next door. and you see one of them. mason feeary r mas mason fiaro, catching the children. >> he may not remember my name or my face. but he knows that somebody helped. that's all i care about. >> two children and another person were taken to a local hospital, where they are all in stable condition. let's get a check on cnn business. first, a look at the markets around the world. asian markets are higher, despite fears of a slowdown in china. on wall street, futures barely moving. all three major averages closed at new all-time highs. the dow jumped 244 points. s&p 500 closed above 3000 for the first time ever. citigroup, jpmorgan chase,
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