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is that still being kept secret? a brown-face scandal for justin trudeau. a photo that could sway an upcoming election. criticism of president trump from his former national security adviser. what john bolton had to say behind closed doors. there's a whole fleet of them. >> my gosh. >> are we really alone? the u.s. navy confirms reported ufo videos are real. good morning, everyone. welcome to "early start." i'm dave briggs. i believe. >> you believe? >> it could be spy planes. >> it could be spy planes or drones. i'm christine romans. breaking overnight, it is president trump's communication with a world leader that led to a complaint. that complaint is being kept secret from congress. and two officials tell "the washington post," it was a
promise the president made to a foreign leader that caused the concern. the leader of the intelligence committee felt the complaint was of concern. but the office of the dni disputed that characterization. we know president trump spoke to at least five world leaders in five weeks leading up to the whistleblower complaint including vladimir putin and kim jong-un. here's one of "the post" reporters who broke the story. >> we don't know the nature of the promise. but it was of sufficient concern. it was troubling enough that the intelligence community official who learned of it felt compelled to lodge a complaint with the inspector general of the intelligence community. and he did this in august. just wasn't too long ago. if it was putin, it was only a couple weeks after that. >> these developments are raising more questions of the president's handling of sensitive information.
the white house is not commenting. and acting dni, joseph mcgwire, is refusing to share with congress. that's touching off a political and legal dispute. he has agreed to talk next week. and the dni will brief the intelligence committee behind closed doors today. an apology from justin trudeau after the prime minister was in brown-face in a photo that went public. the existence of this photo was first reported by "time" magazine. trudeau did not realize at the time that his actions were racist. >> in 2001, when i was a teacher in vancouver, i attended an end of the year gala, where the theme was arabian knights. and i dressed up in an aladdin costume and put makeup on. i shouldn't have done that.
i should have known better but i didn't. i'm really sorry. >> he says he put on similar makeup for a high school talent show. right now, he is locked in a tie for his re-election bid. his opponent called this an act of mockery. the canada election is october 21st. pompeo says he is in the middle east to build a coalition to deter iran. on wednesday, the defense ministry released weapons that may have been used in the bombing.
he will try to rally support for action against tehran. let's go live to saudi arabia and bring in nic robertson. nic, good morning. >> reporter: yeah, good morning to you, dave. what the saudi ministry of defense has tried to do here, and we were allowed to get a close-up look at the missile parts, of course, again. we're not experts. experts will have been able to get a degree of familiarity with them and you see the missile systems that are there. that may or may not back up the saudi claims that these are iranian-made missiles. but the saudis have invited experts to come here and get their hands on this equipment and take a look at it with the u.s. saudi investigators.
the u.n. has been invited to send experts, as well. and saudi arabia is really using this attack right now. not as a -- not to call for war on iran, but to just, if you will, to pull back the cotton wool over the international community's eyes, that they are under attack and the region is under the threat of the malign's influence from iran. and iran is responsible for the missi missiles, wherever they were fired from, and refusing to say where that was from. and iran is responsible. they seem to be doing is to try to use this argument to bring international support to curb iran's aggression in the region, without going the full distance of saying they will launch from iran. that would increase pressure on saudi arabia to have a military response. and we understand that they don't want to do that. the crown prince's brother, the number two in the defense ministry in washington, a couple
weeks ago, told u.s. officials, he was concerned that the white house might trigger an increase in escalation of military tensions in the region. not something saudi wants. simply, they have too much at stake. this is the picture here. saudi is going down the diplomatic route. they have too much at stake to go to war. iran knows that but saudi's hands are tied without greater international support. mike pompeo saying the white house is onboard to bring that broader coalition. >> all right. nic robertson live for us in saudi arabia this morning. thank you. former national security adviser, john bolton, with blunt criticism of president trump at a private event in new york. bolten slammed the president's approach to iran, north korea and afghanistan. and, quote, didn't have anything positive to say about trump. the attendee said bolten called the idea of inviting the taliban to camp david disrespectful
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the red sox legend karl ja yastrzemski taking to the mound to throw out the first pitch. he was throwing to his grandson, mike, who plays for the giants. the 80-year-old, look at that, throwing in a strike. and mike hit a home run in his fenway debut last night. i tell you what, dave. it seems like baseball genes transfer better than any sport. we see so many familiar last names, biggio, guerrero, ja yastrzemski. >> indeed. that manning family, they've done all right. >> that's just one family in football. in baseball, it's over and over and over. >> andy, thank you. a whistleblower took action after the president made a promise to a foreign leader. what was that promise? and when will the acting spy
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affecting justin trudeau? the canadian prime minister in a photo that could sway the upcoming election. scathing criticism of president trump from his former national security adviser. what john bolton had to say behind closed doors. there's a whole fleet of them. >> my gosh. >> are we really alone? the u.s. navy confirms reported ufo videos are real. welcome in the states and around the world. i'm dave briggs. >> i'm christine romans. it is president trump's communication with a world leader that led to a complaint from a u.s. intelligence official. that complaint is still being kept a secret from congress. and two tell "the washington post," it was a promise the president made to a foreign leader that causes concern here. the inspector general of the
intelligence committee felt the matter was of urgent concern. but the office of the din disputed that assertion. we know president trump spoke to at least five world leaders in five weeks leading up to the whistleblower complaint including vladimir putin and kim jong-un. here's one of "the post" reporters that broke the story. >> we don't know the nature of the promise. but it was of sufficient concern. it was troubling enough that the intelligence community official who learned of it felt compelled to lodge a complaint with the inspector general of the intelligence community. and he did this in august. raising more questions of the president's handling of sensitive information.
the white house is not commenting. and acting dni, joseph mcgwire, congress. that's touching off a political and legal dispute. he has agreed to talk next week. and the dni will brief the intelligence committee behind closed doors today. mike pompeo in the middle east, showing support for the saudi regime after a crippling attack on their oil fields. >> anytime you have an act of war in this nature, there's a risk this could happen. >> the term act of war is a clear reference to iran. there's a high probability that saturday's attack originated and launched from an iranian base. iran denies it. pompeo says he is in the middle east to build a coalition to deter iran. he is signaling the trump administration will use next week's u.n. general assembly to rally support. on wednesday, the defense ministry released weapons that may have been used in the bombing. let's go live to saudi arabia and bring in nic robertson.
nic? >> reporter: yeah, good morning. this was the best shot that the saudi military had of convincing, not just journalists anththrough, you know, what the could see on their tv screens. but they actually had that show-and-tell. they had ambassadors. they had military attaches, from a large number of countries, all taking their own photographs at the end and their own equipment. and i spoke to my military spokesman here from saudi arabia and i said, look, you say all of this is iranian technology. you're putting out this map and explanation, why the missiles came from the north, cct tv footage of the attack, to show they don't have a range to come from yemen. but are you winning, convincing the international community, that iran is behind this. this is something that saudi has tried to do for a long time.
this is, if you will, their opportunity to make that clear to the world. he says, he felt they were. but i also detected, they know they got a long way to go, with the u.s. support. that is going to be big. and add into the mix, just after the saudis put that material, the iranian equipment they had on display. the hutas in yemen said, we made those weapons, we can make them again. we have factories. we can make more. and threatening to double down. threatening more attacks on saudi and more attacks on the united arab emirates. the drumbeat goading them into some action. at the moment, the saudis do seem to be going down that diplomatic path and winning that support. >> thanks. in riyadh, nic, so great to have you this morning. and the show and tell, the saudis want to put that on display for the world to see. >> the patience being preached by this administration.
not what they're known for by any means. >> let's bring in political analyst and "washington post" reporter, carly . let's talk about what we have been talking about a whistleblower. cnn reporting and the fantastic reporting of "the washington post." what's the biggest question to you this morning in what is this promise made by the president of the united states to a foreign lead center. >> i think it's two-part, right? which foreign leader are we talking about that the president made a promise to? and what was the nature of that promise? that's what everybody is looking at here. it was enough to spark the concern of the official who reported it. and the inspector general who will be meeting with intelligence committee members
behind closed doors today. there's been a dispute with the director of national intelligence, whether he agrees or is providing or is compelled to provide the information to congress. everyone wants to know who or what. as you put up the faces of the leaders that the president had interaction before this incident was flagged, the first two people on that list, certainly, that the president of russia and the leader of north korea. these are high, tense -- high-stakes interactions that the president is having with those leaders. and that can be a cause for concern. and anytime the president is potentially interacting with a head of state and making promises that go beyond what the intelligence community thinks is legitimate, that is a matter of potential concern. >> of course, the president has this long, checkered history, with the intelligence community, and suggesting he wouldn't have spies in his administration,
spying on kim jong-un. we put up the timeline of the whistleblower events. and according to your reporting, was proper procedures followed? was the law broken here, in terms of the transparency and processes being followed? >> in terms of the whistleblower complaint to congress? >> yes. >> this is in dispute. adam schiff, the leader of the house intelligence committee saying, you owed us. he, by law, owed congress transmitting the substance in seven days. and mcguire is pushing back, saying even if the i.g. said it was a complaint, this is departmental. it's not in our jurisdiction. it doesn't come under what the whistle whistleblower law covers. that part of it, the letters going back and forth on the
committee is why people on the committee are so concerned. if you're talking about something that we've never dealt with before, the president making a promise to a foreign leader, that's something that people with oversight power want to know about. >> the timing of this, too. it shows the chaotic nature of the trump administration, as well. you have the dni, and dan coats, left just before the week's timeframe. >> and coates and see gordon's departure was not received well on capitol hill. they know dan coats from his career in congress. they trust sue gordon from her many decades serving in the intelligence committee. there was a mutual trust and understanding that doesn't exist with mcguire right now. and the fact you have an open dispute is evidence of that. we'll see how this gets resolved. he has agreed to come before the
panel for a hearing. it will be contentious if there isn't more opening of the communication between his office and the hill before then. >> yeah. will we see transparency? a classified briefing. terrific reporting from "the washington post." karoun demirjian, good reporting. an apology from justin trudeau after a photo of him in brownface went public. not what the prime minister needed. the existence of the photo was first reported by "time" magazine. trudeau said he did not realize at the time that his actions were racist. >> in 2001, when i was a teacher in vancouver, i attended an end-of-the-year gala, where the theme was "arabian knights." i dressed up in an aladdin costume and put makeup on.
i shouldn't have done that. i should have known better, but i didn't. and i'm really sorry. >> trudeau admits he put on similar makeup for a high school talent show. he is tied in his re-election bid with andrew scheer, who said he was shocked and disappointed in the prime minister's actions. he called it open mockery and racism. election day in canada is october 21st. john bolton with blunt criticism of president trump at a private event in new york. bolten slammed the president's approach to iran, north korea and afghanistan. and, quote, didn't have anything positive to say about trump. the attendee said bolten called the idea of calling the taliban to camp david disrespectful to the victims of 9/11. cnn has previously reported they got into an argument and trump asked for bolten's resignation after that meeting. deep divisions and rising tensions in the house democratic
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local media is suggesting that benjamin netanyahu is trailing benny gantz by one seat. he is trying to break his coalition. oren leibermann is live in jerusalem, with the never-ending election. >> reporter: i think we're past political uncertainty and heading towards chaos. benjamin netanyahu, spending the last few months and days campaigning, tarring his opponent, benny gantz, as a lefty, is shifting the goal post and calling on him to join a unity government. it's not likely going to happen, since gantz's campaign was anybody but netanyahu we're ready and happy to sit with. how is this viewed from washington? president trump said he knew it would be close and is watching. he said the relationship between the u.s. and israel is with israel. that can't be what netanyahu wanted to hear, since he spent the last three years cultivating
a relationship with president trump. and netanyahu canceledassembly. that is a big deal. this is one of his favorite international podiums to rail against iran, which he's done there the last few years. it would have given him a chance for a photo op with trump. the fact he's missing that, he realizes right now his situation is pretty precarious. gantz will issue a statement, that may clear it up. we're two days after an election. and already, there's people warning of another election, a third election. one of the people warning of the possibility, is israel's president already. >> desperate times call demeafoe measures. president trump's special representative for afghanistan, going to brief the foreign affairs committee. he accuses khalizad for
stonewalling on the peace talks. all of this unfolding in a violent time in afghanistan. dozens were killed in attacks, including 15 overnight. a u.s. green beret was killed in afghanistan on monday. jeremy griffin is the 17th american killed in combat this year. let's get a check on cnn business this morning. first look at global markets. you can see, mostly higher here. hong kong down 1% on its close. wall street futures undecided this morning. down just about 0.2%. a look at energy. you have crude oil prices up 1.2% around the world because of the uncertainty in saudi arabia, between saudi arabia and iran. now, the fed cut interest rates for a second time. but there was some dissent inside the fed that made stocks wobble. the dow closed up just 36.
the s&p 500 finished slightly higher. it's a rite of passage to ring the opening bell on wall street. melania trump will ring the opening bell on monday. more trouble for u.s. steel. its stock down 4% on wednesday, after u.s. steel lowered the outlook for the second half of the year. and the reason, falling steel prices, negative market conditions and a lack of demand. president trump said he would revive u.s. manufacturing. but his tariffs on china may be hurting steel's operations. steel is down 60% from last year. new survey by the business roundtable shows confidence among the nation's ceos, the lowest since 2016. ceos have downgraded expectations for hiring, capital investments and sales growth amid trade war uncertainty. the roundtable said american businesses have their foot
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and you don't want spinning. and you don't want sugar-coating. you want diversity of opinion and you want that signal strong at the outset. he never mentioned president trump by name. although they're not sure what they are, the u.s. navy confirms the ufo videos are the real deal. >> look at that thing. >> there's a whole fleet of them. >> my gosh. >> they're going against the wind. the wind is 120 knots to the west. >> look at that thing, dude. >> the footage had been classified as unidentified aerial phenomenon. a navy spokesperson says the transparency now is to encourage trainees to report incursions. some of it is wild. >> very cool. >> spy drones or what that is. >> they were on military training ranges. i believe there's other life out
there. but on military training ranges? spying. >> you're a ufo guy, right? >> yeah. there has to be something else out there. >> thanks for joining us. i'm christine romans. >> i'm dave briggs. here's other alien life, "new day." this is cnn breaking news. >> welcome to our viewers in the united states and around the world. this is "new this one is a bombshell that raises more questions about the handling of classified information. cnn has learned it was president trump's communication with a foreign leader that led to a u.s. intelligence official filing a whistle-blower complaint. "the washington post" reports the president made a promise that was so troubling to this official, that it prompted that official to come forward to report it. according to "the washington post," white house records show that president trump spoke with at least five heads to state in the weeks before this complaint
was filed. >> including just for the record, you see it right there, vladimir putin. now the inspector general said the complaint was credible and of urgent concern. that language is crucial. it meets a crucial legal threshold. and the person using it is a trump appointee. still, the acting director of national intelligence has refused to turn the complaint over to congress. in just a few hours, that inspector general will brief the intelligence committee behind closed doors we assume on the complaint while the acting director of national intelligence joseph maguire has now
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