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2020 candidates gearing up for next week's democratic debates as new polling shows former vice president joe biden remains firmly on top in a new pole of the early primary state of south carolina. biden beats his nearest competitor, kamala harris, by a huge 27 point margin. >> in the key swing state of ohio, biden's 31% share leads harris, bernie sanders in a three-way dye. who can beat trump? he's taking a new sharper approach. arlitt sainz has the latest from the campaign trail. >> reporter: dave and christine, joe biden is adopting a more aggressive tone while taking on his critics. he tried to stay above the frey focusing on president trump. now you're seeing him and his
staff fighting back against critics taking on biden's record. the former vice president is not going to take attacks on his record sitting down. you're seeing that play out right now in an escalating feud between biden and cory booker, who has been critical of biden on issues relating to criminal justice in the past, recently calling him the architect of mass incarceration and criticizing the former vice president's current criminal justice plan. biden pushed back pointing out booker's record as mayor of newark, new jersey, and the police practices that were underway while he was mayor. take a listen to what he had to say. >> if you look at the mayor's record in newark, one of the provisions i wrote in the crime bill, pattern and practice of misbehavior, his police department was stopping and frisking people, mostly african-american men. i'm happy to debate with anybody the effects of the things that i did as a united states senator
and as i did as vice president. >> reporter: he's sharpening his criticism of harris. he was recently pressed by a voter who encouraged him to be tougher in the upcoming debate and biden said he is not going to be as polite this time around referencing that exchange with kamala harris relating to school bussing from the first debate. biden is going to be huddling with his advisors in the coming days, even running through some mock debates as he prepares for the debate on wednesday. dave and christine? >> arlitt, thank you so much. the lineups are set for the cnn democratic debates next week. tuesday and wednesday, 8 p.m. eastern live from detroit only on cnn. looking forward to that. house democrats who want president trump impeached are concerned they may be running out of time. sources tell cnn house
investigator behind the scenes and the time to act is now and they're focused on a six-week summer recess. >> democrats who are closer may be softening. the speaker wants to build the strongest possible case for impeachment by fighting the courts. she told democrats they should do their own thing. sunlen serfaty has more from capitol hill. >> reporter: good morning, dave and christine. in the wake of robert mueller's testimony, it is the key question among democrats. what exactly comes next? as we've been reporting about in the recent days and weeks, democrats remain very, very divided on what the best approach is. the speaker of the house, nancy pelosi, continues to believe that her strategy right now is the right one that.
deliberate post low. she have heard in recent hours and days that they getting a little bit frustrated and concerned about the pace of things and certainly some criticism aimed at leadership. others are waiting to see how the dust settles on mueller's testimony. >> a lot of us believe in impeachment for a long time continue to believe and those that didn't continue not to believe. >> i think it's a little early. we're going to meet our bosses, the constituents pretty soon, and we're going to hear feedback from them as well. >> they will not be back until september. they will be hearing directly from their constituents across the country. this could be on many of their constituents' minds. we will see if that has any
impact on members of the defense and house democratic leadership. >> sunlen serfaty, thank you. secretary of state mike pompeo said he would go to tehran to negotiate directly if necessary. pompeo dismissing his iranian counterpart's role. >> foreign minister zarif is no longer in charge of what's going on. it's driven by the ayatollah. >> would you go to tehran? >> sure. if that's the call, happily go. >> reporter: would you appear on tehran television? >> i would welcome the chance to speak directly to the iranian people. >> they have been in conflict since 2017. that's when president trump withdrew from the nuclear deal. it banned them from collecting
uranium and testing ballistic missiles. the federal government plans to resume executions of death row inmates. >> the attorney general wants the three-drug procedure for executions to be replaced with a single drug. pen to pentobarbitol. the last execution was in 2003. opponents of the death penalty frequently point to the racial disparities in the death sentences and to wrongful convictions. an explosive report from a senate intelligence committee reveals the scope of russia's interference. according to the report, state and local officials were not sufficiently warned nor prepared to defend against the attacks.
right now house democrats in the trump administration are fighting over how to stop russian meddling efforts heading into 2020. here's caitlyn collins with more. >> reporter: the senate intelligence committee has released the report going into the extensive issues and warning about what's to come because multiple intelligence officials have said not only did the russians interfere in 2016, they're going to do it again in the future. they want to know how aggressive they have to be to combat that. the we heard from christopher wray and robert mueller who testified on capitol hill this week, much to the chagrin of the president, but revealed a pretty
breaking big moment during that interview or that testimony when he said, yes, the russians are interferi interfering. he said, they're actually interfering as we speak. what's going to happen in the future and whether or not the efforts are strong enough to dispute that, there re still questions whether president trump himself is taking it seriously. they sent a letter to the white house demanding he receive the same in depth briefing on election interference and the white house is firing back saying the democrats are grandstanding by sending that letter. hogan gidley said thankfully meddling didn't affect the outcome but the trump administration has the first whole approach. they're pro teching the integrity of our elections. behind the scenes they're working to counter those efforts.
there's still skepticism about whether the president himself is the one leading those efforts. >> thank you so much for that. coming up, a key reading about economic growth. president trump has promised his policies will proving a little bit difficult. economists reads the estimate at 1.3, new york fed is reading 1.4%. that's down sharply from 3.1% growth in q1. several factors may put a dent in growth. the airplane maker said anymore delays could jeopardize production. the timing of the max crisis couldn't be worse. tariffs in the ongoing trade war with china are dragging on the economy. despite the slowdown in manufacturing, consumer sentiment is strong. that's crucial for economic
growth. paychecks got fatter, gas prices have been falling. the president promised 3%, 4%, 5%. >> key number we'll be watching. ahead, at least 150 people are dead after a boat carrying migrants were shipwrecked off the coast of libya. that's straight ahead. you're on early start. grab some pens. would shakespeare have chosen just "some pens?" methinks a tul pen would serve m'lady well. thanks! and a unicorn notebook! get everything on your list. this week's doorbuster - notebooks for 10¢, 10¢ in store or online from the advisors at office depot officemax. has been excellent. they really appreciate the military family and it really shows.
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up to 300 possibly c crowded off the coast of libya thursday and they first responded to the iks dent. res skeeing some of it. they si they managed to save 134 people. now the concern is for 100 to 150 people who are missing, they're presumed to be dead. we have really seen the numbers of those taking this really dangerous journey since 2017 significantly drop. there are so many incidents taking place and a lot of concern about what happens to those who are rescued. the migrants are returned back to libya. they are sent to detention
facilities where we heard from the united nations about horrific conditions there where they face torture and even death, christine. >> jomana, thank you so much for that in istanbul. u.s. military confirming north korea fired two short range ballistic missiles into the sea of japan thursday. the missiles had some enhanced capabilities were r but they were not a. >> it is the first missile test since they agreed to revive talks. the president appears to be giving kim the benefit of the doubt. >> case of north korea of actually getting along very well with him, but we'll see what happens. you know, the sanctions are on. the hostages are back. we're getting the remains back. they haven't done nuclear testing. they really haven't tested missiles other than, you know, smaller ones.
the -- which is something that lots test. >> it's no longer doing so. the u.s. military announced in may that the remains program had been suspended. pyongyang stopped communicating with the u.s. agency responsible for the effort. southwest airlines is ending flights at newark liberty international airport. the latest fallout from the grounding of the boeing 737 max fleet. southwest is the largest domestic carrier. because of the extensive delays of the troubled plane, it will cease operations at newark. on november 3rd they will stop operate out of newark. they need to further slow or temporarily halt 737 max production. in three hours we'll get a gdp report. boeing is a huge driver of durable goods. we'll be watching to see what the effect is there. a little sports ahead.
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boston red sox lit up the fenway scoreboard last night putting up the most runs ever against the yankees. coy wire has that story in the bleacher report. good morning, my friend. it's almost football season and a football-like score for the red sox last night. good morning. >> no doubt about it, briggs. the red sox and yankees played more than 2200 games. never have the sox put on a show like this. 19 runs. the best player for the red sox was playing for the yankees. bogaerts had a 451 shot part of a seven run inning. tanaka gives up 12 runs in total before getting yanked in the fourth. tanaka's not the only one struggling. all new york starters have given up 40 runs over the last fire
since 1912. 'stop wins 19-3 but new york still way ahead of them in the standings. working these hours, we don't get a lot of live game action. we always have to watch replays. this morning we saw one. the orioles and angels game just ending. they played a 16 inning marathon spanning 67:1:18. mike trout thought they had it. david fletcher tagged out at the plate. nearly everyone on social media thought he was safe. seeing this just after 4 a.m. eastern don't overturn it. orioles hit a two-run homer. stevie will kerr said that.
he gets the job done for the os. he becomes the first position play jr. ever to record a save. this is my charge to everyone. we have to be better. we have to love more. hate less. it's our responsibility to make this world a better place. >> meghan rapinoe inspiring many with that speech at the u.s. women's soccer victory parade and now she's putting it into writing. she's signing a two book deal with penguin press. the first will be released next fall. the publisher will be speaking out about social issues. she's got you changing positive change, dave, and inspire others. >> she has a flair for the da ma particular. >> what's coming up? >> no holds barred. joe biden is ready to fight back
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biden firmly back at the top of the pack. in an early poll, biden beats his nearest competitor kamala harris by a huge 27 point margin. in the key swing state of ohio, biden's 39% leads harris, sanders and warren. key metric of, quote, who can beat trump? at least in ohio the answer is only biden. arlitt saenz has the new approach. >> reporter: joe biden is adopting a more aggressive, feistier post taking on biden. he started out trying to stay above the fray. you're seeing them really fighting back against critics taking on biden's record. the former vice president is not going to take attacks on his record sitting down.
you're seeing that play out in an escalating feud between biden and cory booker who has been critical relating to criminal justice in the past. recently calling him the architect of mass incarceration and criticizing the former vice president's current criminal justice plan. biden pushed back pointing out booker's record as mayor and the police practices. take a listen to what he had to say. >> if you look at the mayor's record in newark, one of the provisions i wrote in the crime bill, a pattern and practice of misbehavior, his police department was stopping and frisking people, mostly african-american men. so i'm happy to debate with anybody the effects of the things i did as a united states senator, as i did as a vice president. >> reporter: biden has sharpened his attacks on kamala harris on the issue of health care over
the past few weeks. he was pressed pi a vet joer -- he said he's not going to be as nice this time around. he will be huddling with his advisors, even running through some mock debates as he prepares for the debate on wednesday. dave and christine. >> thank you for that, arlitt. house democrats that want president trump impeached are concerned time may be running out. jerry nadler is making the case for impeachment behind the scenes. he is saying the time to act is now while the nation is stilg focused on the robert mueller hearings and the fallout. the house begins a six week summer recess. wish we had all of that. at a meeting thursday she told democrats they should do their
own thing on impeachment. explosive report from the senate intel committee reports the unprecedented scope of russia's interference in the 2016 election. all 50 states were targeted starting in 2014. according to the report, state and local officials were not sufficiently warned or prepared to defend against these russian attacks. cnn's caitlyn collins has more. >> reporter: the senate intelligence committee has released its report going into the extensive efforts of russian interference in the 2016 u.s. election. just how extensive those efforts were, how far back they date but also warning about what's to come. multiple intelligence officials have said not only did the russians interfere in 2016, they're going to seek to do it in future elections and they'll
tell you those efforts are also going to investigate it himself. robert mueller, the former special counsel, who testified on capitol hill much to the chagrin of the president, but revealed a pretty breaking big moment during that interview or during that testimony when he said that, yes, the russians are interfering. he said they're actually interfering as we speak. those concerns about what is going to happen and whether or not the efforts are strong enough to combat that come as there are still questins about whether or not president trump himself is taking it seriously. house democrats sent a letter to the white house demanding he receive the same in depth briefing as he did. the white house is firing back saying they believe democrats are grandstanding by sending that letter.
hogan gidley said thankfully it didn't have a whole of government approach. they do now and they're protecting the integrity of our elections. they're working aggressively to counter the efforts. there is still question whether the president is the one leading those efforts. joining us from washington. >> good morning, happy friday. >> let's talk about this question of impeachment with tolu olorunnipa. it's now or never. listen. >> if we don't take action come september 1st, then we should shut it down. i feel strongly we should but
we're running out of time. there are 94 members that came out publicly. i would say easily there are another 120. >> presumably they've all read the 448 page mueller report. presumably -- >> hasn't that ship sailed? >> they'll have six weeks to go back to their voters are choosing to hold the white house accountable. some of the voters are confused how the democrats are proceeding, whether they will make things more definitive in how they'll hold the democrats accountable. the white house has had a full on stonewalling strategy saying
they're not going to provide documents, not going to listen to subpoenas or release witnesses. democrats have had a tough time building a case for impeachment. they do have mueller on the hill and have the ability to see that in that report there's a lot of information that could lead them down the path towards impeachment. they have to decide whether they want to make the move politically. they'll have to decide whether to swiftly hold russia accountable. the mueller testimony said russia was involved in this election and is again now. now this is an intel committee report saying all the way back to 2014 the russians were in all 50 states working against the american democratic process. what are we doing about it? >> yeah, christine, one of the important parts of this report is that it is bipartisan
support. we've seen so much partisanship over lush shah one step of a bipartisan agreement russia did involve itself in. it's worse deciding what to do about it. >> sure. >> there a federal government ht come up with a strategy on how to deter them. there are recommendations about providing a strong deterrence and letting russia know, other actors know that if they do interfere there will be a strong counter measurement. >> stl a lot of partisan wrangling. how much impact did they have and whether or not democrats and republicans can come together on
a single agreement on how to move forward. >> everything is a partisan issue these days. let's turn towards the debate right here on cnn next week. all eyes on joe bin. he's the only democrat to lead them. 55 to 32 is the edge when it comes to independents over president trump. that is why biden is leading all of these poles. it's a huge gap. when he starts this defensive posture, is it about defending his old record or proposing new policies? >> it's going to be a little bit of both. biden said in his interview. that's part of the reason he's leading it in the polls of
center left, about how far left the party is moving, bernie sanders, elizabeth warren. bernie is trying to defend hiv self. they're looking for not only someone to buy new policies or are you all sthoe that they can taking on his best calling cards for the reason for his election. he's been able to show that he is competitive against trump in a number of key states and the upper midwest, states that may be a little bit reluctant to move towards sort of a more left leaning politician like bernie sanders. biden is using that to show he has the best chance of beating trump. >> his spoil is -- >> oman squad. >> yeah. and interesting that she's got an op ed in "the new york times" today saying essentially it's not enough to condemn trump's
racism. she'll be meeting with nancy pelosi today as well. >> we'll tweet that out for you. >> tolu olorunnipa, good to see you. >> thank you. a budget deal passed the house. it avoids a potential default. provides spending cuts to domestic and military funding. passed the house and faces a less free amount. this is something they've fought against in the past. senate leaders have been touting the big boost in defense spending. will that be enough? several have declined to tell cnn how they'll vote. >> what we do know is if it passes, it will add to the debt demand. boris johnson saying he wants to turbo charge brexit.
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boris johnson wants to turbo charge the u.k.'s departure from the european union. in his first speech before the house of commons brittain's prime minister declared the brexit backstop must be abolished. the backstop is the last effort to maintain close ties to the e.u. in order to keep a seamless border between ireland and northern ireland. johnson has officially moved into 10 downing street. that's where you'll find nina desantos. >> good morning. things are calmer today largely because parliament has broken up for recess and they won't be
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