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the president heads to kenosha today despite concerns he could inflame a city on edge and his comments overnight won't help. joe biden says the president has failed to protect america. a blistering critique and warning for people using protests to escalate the violence. welcome to our viewers in the united states and around the world, this is "early start." i'm christine romans. >> i'm laura jarrett. tuesday, september 1st.
5 a.m. in new york. just nine weeks to the election. in just a few hours air force ones will be wheels up to kenosha, wisconsin. the president is looking to shore up support in a critical swing state but local officials are fearing he won't bring healing to a community in need of it. his record is quite well-documented and this time is no different as he defends right wing agitators and casts aside those protesting against police brutality as, quote, left wing mobs. asked if he would condemn the actions of the white teen who shot and killed two people during protests in kenosha last week, the president did just the opposite. >> condemn the actions of vig vigilantes like kyle rittenhouse. >> we're looking at all of that. that was an interesting situation. you saw the same type as i saw. he was trying to get away from them. then he fell. then they very violently
attacked him. it's something we're looking at and it's under investigation. but i guess he was in very big trouble. he would have been -- he probably would have been killed. it's under -- it's under investigation. >> for all the talk of so-called law and order, it's statements like that that make you wonder %-p! remember, no matter what the president said, limited and looped video clips do not mean violence is raging all the time. it's a myth and does not reflect reality. cnn's omar jimenez is on the ground. >> reporter: christine and laura, the mayor and governor say it's too early for president trump to visit here in kenosha. the mayor is saying that the community is still taking the time to heal. there's been a major question as to whether he
would meet with the jacob blake family. at this point that seems unlikely. >> i'm not going to plays
politi politics. this is my son's life we're talking about. the two justice systems are in stark contrast right there in front of your eyes. you can see that on video. that white young man got a high five and some woops. my son got seven shots to the back, hot ones, he's paralyzed from the waist down. that young man went home. >> reporter: the mother, according to their family attorney, benjamin crump, was waiting for a call but then said president trump didn't want to do it with lawyers on the line as the jacob blake family wanted to. specifically the uncle says president trump is a racist and that they are not interested in that conversation. all the while, the investigation into what happened and
how the shooting happened in regards to jacob blake unfolded. that plays out even as we hear
claims saying that jacob blake was being aggressive and wrestling with officers while their attorneys are countering that, specifically benjamin crump saying as you see on the video he was walking to the car to get his kids from the vehicle. laura, christine? >> omar, thank you so much for that. joe biden is placing the blame on president trump for the race-related unrest. biden called trump a toxic president for allowing that culture to worsen while directly condemning the violence at some protests. >> rioting is not protesting. looting is not protesting. setting fires is not protesting. none of this is protesting. it's lawlessness, plain and simple. >> cnn's arlitt steins was at the speech. >> reporter: joe biden pushed back on law and order that's
something they pushed and hammered away. biden turned the tables on trump. he said the scenes of protest are happening under president trump's watch. he accused the president of stoking violence and says he is incapable of healing the country. at that i can a list ento a bit more of what biden had to say. >> these are not images of some imagined joe biden america in the future. these are images of donald trump's america today. he keeps telling you if only he was president, it wouldn't happen. if he was president. he keeps telling us if he was president, you'd feel safe. well, he is president whether he knows it or not. fires are burning and we have a president who fans the flames rather than fighting the flames, but we must not burn. we have to build. this president long ago
forfeited immoral leadership. >> donald trump has been a toxic president in our nation for four years poisoning how we talk to one another, poisoning how we treat one another, poisoning the values this nation has always held dear. the simple truth is, donald trump failed to pro he's trying america. >> reporter: biden traveled here to pittsburgh, pennsylvania, to deliver the speech pennsylvania is a battleground state, but a source familiar with discussions tells me that his advisers are considering having biden travel to wisconsin as soon as this week. laura and christine. >> arlitt, thank you for that. the man fatally shot in portland has been identified as 39-year-old aaron danielson. "the new york times" reports danielson was wearing a hat with the insignia far right patriot prayer group when he was shot. they have not identified a suspect.
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thought. they have covered pandemic developments coast to coast. >> i'm jaclyn howard in atlanta. many health care workers with covid-19 may not even realize that they have the illness. in a new report published by the cdc, 69% of front line health care workers who have evidence of a prior infection were never diagnosed. 6% of front line health care workers had antibodies to the coronavirus. those antibodies suggest they previously had been infected. >> people in neighboring new jersey will soon be able to enjoy dinner out and a movie in months. restaurants will be able to resume indoor dining on friday. movie theaters can reopen all with restrictions of limited occupancy of 25%. in new york governor andrew cuomo recognized that the state
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the president heads to kenosha today despite concerns he could inflame a city on edge. and comments overnight won't help. joe biden has said the president has failed to protect america. blistering critique. he's got a warning for people using protests to escalate violence. good morning, this is "early start." i'm laura jarrett. >> i'm christine romans. it is 31 minutes past the hour on this first day of september n. just a few hours air force one will be wheels up for kenosha, wisconsin. local officials prefer he not come. they don't think he can help heal a community that very much needs it. his views on these issues well-documented. this time no different as he defends right wing agitators and casting aside people protesting
violence in law enforcement. he calls them left wing mobs. the president refuses to condemn the actions of a white teen and drawing on a golf metaphor the president only had this to say about police officers who make potentially fatal mistakes. >> they choke just like in a golf tournament, they miss a three foot putt. >> you're not comparing it to golf. >> no. i'm saying people choke. >> people panic. >> people choke. >> trump also standing by his followers who shot at portland protesters with paint balls and then he offered this bizarre theory about joe biden. >> who do you think is pulling biden's strings? is it former obama officials? >> people that you've never heard of. people that are in the dark shadows. people -- >> what does that mean? that sounds like conspiracy theory. dark shadows. >> no, people you haven't heard of. people on the streets. people controlling the streets. >> the dark shadows.
all the talk of so-called law and order from the president. statements like that make you wonder who law and order applies to. no matter what the president says about cities burning down, limited and looped video clips do not mean violence is raging everywhere all the time all over america. it's not. cnn's omar jimenez is on the ground in kenosha. >> reporter: christine and laura, local officials, specifically the mayor and governor, say it's too early for the president to visit in kenosha. the mayor is saying the community is still taking the time to heal. there's been a major question whether he would meet with the jacob blake family. at this point that seems unlikely. >> i'm not going to play politics. this is my son's life we're talking about. there are two justice systems that are in stark contrast of each other right there in front of your eyes.
you can see that on video. that white young man got a high five. my son got seven to the back, hot ones to his back. he's paralyzed from the waist down. that young man went home. >> reporter: the mother according to the family attorney, benjamin crump, said she was waiting for a call but president trump didn't want to do it with lawyers on the line as the jacob blake family wanted to. the uncle said president trump is a racist and that they are not interested in that conversation. all the while the investigation into what happened and how the shooting happened in regards to jacob blake unfolded. that continues to play out at the state level even as we have heard claims saying that jacob blake was being aggressive and wrestling with officers. their attorneys are countering that. specifically benjamin crump
saying he was walking to the car to get his kids from the vehicle. laura? christine? >> omar, thank you for that. joe biden is placing the blame on president trump for inflaming the violence and unrest. biden called trump a toxic presence for allowing that culture to worsen and condemning those co-opting the violence. >> rioting is not protesting. looting is not protesting. setting fires is not protesting. none of this is protesting. it's lawlessness, plain and simple. >> arlitt signs was at the event. >> reporter: laura, christine, joe biden forcefully pushed back on the message of law and order and the argument that voters would not be safe in a joe biden america. that is something that they pushed and hammered away at at their convention last week.
biden turns the table on trump saying the scenes of violence, that is happening under president trump's watch. he accused the president of stoking violence and says he is incapable of healing the country. take a listen to what biden had to say. >> these are not images of some joe biden in the future. these are images of donald trump's america today. he keeps telling you if he was president, it wouldn't happen. he keeps telling us if he was president, you would be safe. he is president whether he knows it or not. fires are burning and we have a president who fans the flames rather than fighting the flames but we must not burn. we have to build. this president long ago forfeited any moral leadership in this country. donald trump has been a toxic presence in our nation for four years.
poisoning how we talk to one another. poisoning how we treat one another. poisoning the values this nation has held dear. the simple truth is donald trump failed to protect america so now he's trying to scare america. >> reporter: biden traveled here to pittsburgh, pennsylvania, delivering the speech it is a battleground state. they say his advisers are considering having biden travel to wisconsin as soon as this week. laura and christine. >> arlitt, thank you so much. vice president mike pence was on stand by to take over the presidency during donald trump's unannounced and still frankly unexplained visit to walter reed hospital last november. word went out for pence to step in. the account raises new questions
about trump's unscheduled hospital visit. the white house not talking. louis dejoy is withholding documents. they say dejoy has refused to hand over documents they requested during his testimony last week. they want information related to post office changes that caused those widespread delays and whether those would impact the election and whether there were communications between dejoy and the trump campaign. could the coronavirus be taken care of by public relations? a communications firm is going to spend $250 million to defeat, defend, despair the pandemic. this will not bring back nearly 184,000 americans who have died and will not undo the pain of 6
million americans who have been infected by the virus. concerns are growing about rushing out a vaccine. steven hahn said he would consider resigning if he's asked to a prhave a zblofl we all wana safe and effective vaccine and i am concerned about a slippery slope. we heard dr. hahn say we need to wait until the trials are in. maybe we can do emergency authorization and now we're hearing we don't need to wait until phase three trials are complete. safety and efficacy are so important because we're talking about giving a vaccine to hundreds of millions of americans. >> the u.s. did see some progress last month. the average of new cases dropped 34% in august after soaring 37% in july but improvement is
soaring. new cases down just 3% in the last week. cases are higher in 19 states. many are located in the upper midwest and many because of this. 260 cases of coronavirus stem from the sturgis motorcycle rally in south dakota. a predictable super spreader event and the numbers might be higher if the numbers weren't slowing down. the cdc relaxed guidance about who needs testing, a move almost universally rejected. spikes on college campus are rejecting them to push for the opposite. most university students are not going to know they're infected. they're not knowingly transmitting the virus to others. the only way to find them in a university setting is doing the aggressive testing that is happening here followed by isolating those students to make sure that they don't continue to spread the virus. >> at least 20,000 college students in 36 states have been
diagnosed and many more forced to isolate. the university of south carolina suspending 15 students and suspending greek organizations. iowa state university plans to have 25,000 nans at the football home opener on september 12th. k-12 are facing their own challenges. one school soent a family home with a wi-fi hot spot after they went there. millions across the country are struggling with rent due this week. the governor of louisiana is concerned about a spike as displaced victims of hurricane laura scatter statewide. the mayor of houston is warning people to stay away from large gatherings. big spikes came after gatherings on memorial day and the fourth of july. an early summer i take
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lockdown methods. a among them, qanon members say members of the deep state are plotting to destroy president trump. they're gaining a foothold overseas as well. from the time pleitgen joins us. i hesitate to call it a conspiracy theory at the risk of giving it too much legitimacy. you talked to folks on the ground and they actually believe this. >> they certainly actually do believe it. there were 40,000 people here on the streets of berlin on saturday. a fraction of them were followers of qanon. they say they're followers of u.s. president donald trump. here's what we saw. an attack on germany's democracy. protesters from a demo of the country's coronavirus restrictions tried to storm the german parliament on saturday. among them, people carrying flags of the german right, a
symbol associated with germany's far right, along with russian flags and also u.s. flags. we also found many supporters of the qanon conspiracy theory. this young man waiving a rice flag with the qanon symbol and the likeness of president trump. >> do you like donald trump? >> yes. >> why? >> the deep state. have long-time manipulate the people, the human and that must end. >> reporter: qanon is a sprawling conspiracy theory that claims without evidence that a group of satin worshipping members of the deep state are plotting to destroy president trump and establish world domination. they claim measures against the pandemic are part of that conspiracy and at least according to some we spoke to, that president trump is an angel. >> angel?
>> yes. >> it's a connection. he has a connection. >> to who? >> humancy. come november, the pandemic is finished worldwide. >> reporter: president trump has retweeted claims from accounts linked to qanon hundreds of times and has repeatedly refused to denounce the qanon conspir y conspiracy. >> i don't know much about them. he understand they like me which i appreciate. >> reporter: the president's remarks are undermining germany's response. angela merkel's government is generally viewed as being successful in combatting covid-19 but at saturday's demonstration, she and her government are pictured in what
appears to be protests. >> what do you think of angela merkel? internationally she's been praised? >> i think she is hitler's daughter. >> reporter: you think she's hitler's daughter? >> yes. i think. >> reporter: needles to say angela merkel is obviously not hitler's daughter. she was born well after adolph hitler died. one of the things you're seeing on the ground when you have protests that follow conspiracy theori theories, in the past you've had russian flags out there. now more and more american flags and quite frankly people that say they are loyal to president trump, laura. >> just amazing how much it is resonating on the ground there in germany. just baffling. fred, thank you. people read something on the internet and they think it's true. i think history books will show that all of this social media has made the entire world dumber. dumber, more gullible, fertile
ground for craziness. >> and it can be dangerous in some cases. we sort of disregard it. there are times where it can fuel violence. >> yes. cancer in the body poll particular. could another kennedy be headed for the senate in massachusetts? ed mark key faces a challenge fm joe kennedy. the winner will move on to november's general election in a state that historically favors democrats. >> the 75-year-old protestor hospitalized after buffalo police shoved him to the ground, he's speaking out. he called the experience a turning point in his life. he tells "usa today" a lot of people are injured and killed. i come from the suburbs and there's no problems with police in a white neighborhood. the police officers who pushed him are facing assault charges.
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