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100,000 american jobs are now at risk after emergency funding for airlines runs dry. two, two airlines already letting workers go. battling to save his presidency, a belligerent president trump is sticking with his impulses despite private worries from his top aides. welcome to our viewers in the united states and around the world, this is "early start." i'm laura jarrett.
>> i'm christine romans. october 1st, 5 a.m. in new york. 33 days until theed for airlines in the u.s. 100 thor 100,000 jobs at risk as funding from the c.a.r.e.s. act expires. american and united will recall workers if they reach a stimulus deal. there were optimistic words from nancy pelosi and steven mnuchin. sources say they're still far apart. more stimulus is desperately needed. new data showed the collapse of global air travel could wipe out 46 million jobs in the world. planes in the air prop up jobs on the ground like engineers, factory workers, air traffic
control, car rentals, hotels, all kinds of businesses that rely on the global supply chain. many experts don't expect air travel to recover until the year 2024. the fallout from the presidential debate dominated wednesday's headlines, another 946 americans died from coronavirus yesterday. their families grieving. 19-year-old chad doral is a sophomore at appalachian state in north carolina, he's the latest to die. highlighting the danger on the young. something underscored by a contact tracing study from india which shows young adults are the primary spreaders of this virus. in the u.s., another day with more than 40,000 new cases. the country incapable of lowering the growth. 27 states adding more cases representing most of the northern half of the u.s.
moderna will not have enough data to file for emergency use until november 25th. the vaccine is not widely available until spring. that's the best case. that's one of the ten vaccine candidates in late stage, large clinical trials around the world. the cdc plans to keep all cruises docked until october. robert redfield wanted to extend the no sail order into next year but lost his fight with the white house on that. meantime, an alarming trend here. the number of americans hospitalized with covid is starting to creep up again. these are not asymptomatic people staying home, they are sick enough to be admitted to the hospital. 18% of beds are available in wisconsin. the president scheduled rallies in lacrosse and green bay this weekend. >> number one, he could not
come. the second thing that could be done is for him to insist that if people are there, they wear a mask. he could make that happen. he could wear one, too. >> in the absence of a national plan, they are giving mixed signals. in neighboring alabama and georgia, public health restrictions have been extended. american families are paying a heavy price. a new survey shows a majority of families with children across racial and ethnic groups report serious financial hardship. 2/3 have delayed or skipped scheduled cancer screens because of the pan dem mix. >> the politics, even when it doesn't serve him, president trump sticks with his instincts and the handling of his performance is no different. behind the scenes and even publicly, several trusted aides
think he was too aggressive and turned off the moderate voters he so desperately needs to win the race. one long-time trump advisor being furious to condemn supremacy. f the proud boys. there, i said it. not that hard. gop lawmakers are doing what should be easy but so often they refuse to, distancing themselves from the president's stance. the last time equally worthy of condemnation after the president wouldn't commit to a peaceful transfer of power. listen to their own republican black member. >> i think he misspoke. he was asking chris what he wanted to say. i think he misspoke. i think he should correct t. if he doesn't correct it, i guess he didn't misspeak. >> given the chance to correct the record, the president picked option b. >> i don't know who the proud boys are. you'll have to give me a
definition because i really don't know who they are. i can only say they have to stand down, let law enforcement do their work. >> white supremacists. >> dowell come them? >> i want law and order to be a very important part. it's a very important part of my campaign. >> but he called the proud boys right out of the air when he was at that debate. there are now less than two weeks until the next presidential debate. it's his hopes depend on it. both candidates are back on the campaign trail. jim acosta is on the road with the president in minnesota. >> reporter: laura, christine, at a rally in minnesota, president trump tried to declare victory despite the fact that some advisers inside his campaign say he lost that match-up with democrat joe biden for his failure to condemn white supremacy. during one minute at this rally
the president falsely said joe biden is going to cancel on the next two presidential debates. that is despite the fact that the biden campaign says the former vice president will be there nkts you know buy the den lost badly. now i understand he's canceling the debates. let's see what happens. i think that's not going to be a good move. >> reporter: at this rally in minnesota, the president falsely alleged that joe biden would flood the state with refugees, that is one night after he failed to condemn white supremacy at the face-off with joe biden. different night, same playbook. laura and christine? >> jim, thank you. it took a day but joe biden finally got a word in. the democratic nominee is trying to bring critical swing state voters back into the democratic tent. >> he didn't speak to you all in that debate, he spoke about him. he didn't speak about the
concerns of the american people one single time. trump said he ran for office because he was concerned about the forgotten man. as soon as he got elected he forgot the forgotten man. >> m.j. lee is on the road with biden in pennsylvania. >> reporter: well, the day after a chaotic debate, joe biden spent almost all day on a train making stops in ohio and pennsylvania clearly trying to win over voters, including rural white working class voters in areas where donald trump performed very well back in 2 6 2016. what the biden campaign is signaling at this debate is they presented a clear contrast between joe biden and donald trump and they're emphasizing two things that they feel like donald trump failed to do on the debate stage. first is really talking in detail about the coronavirus pandemic and sort of addressing the pandemic, suffering and the
suffering people have seen across the country and then the second thing, of course, is donald trump not saying on the debate stage he disavowed the proud boys. here's what joe biden had to say yesterday as he campaigned across pennsylvania. >> my message to the proud boys and every other white supremacist group is cease and desist. that's not who we are. this is not who we are as americans. the president of the united states conducting himself the way he did, i think it was a national embarrassment. >> reporter: the one thing he addressed was making sure there are fewer interruptions in future debates and clearly the commission agrees with that sentiment. they are looking forward to make some changes to ensure that future debates are more orderly. back to you. >> m.j., thank you four that. the debate commission is
saying that could include cutting microphones or the time. biden's team says the president has to choose to responding to voters, repeating his unhinged meltdown. the trump campaign says the bipartisan debate campaign is helping biden by moving the goalposts. chris wallace is reflecting on that hectic night tells "the new york times," i'm just sad with the way last night turned out. i never dreamt it would turn out like that. i'm a pro. never thought it would happen like that. >> i think what they're doing it will play to everything president trump said about being tilted towards biden. >> the town hall format might be easier to manage because you'll have to let the people ask the questions from the debate floor. >> yes. >> that could mean -- >> he can't step on voters the way he steps on chris wallace.
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all right. the lakers dominated the heat in game one. carolyn man now has this morning's bleacher report. >> reporter: good morning, laura. the lakers are not short on motivation. lebron up on his legacy. it was a game one like no other. that did not mean stars did not show up virtually. former president barack obama had a front row seat. he gave a shout out to all of the poll workers. the players showing their support wearing vote t-shirts during the national anthem. lebron james and anthony davis led the way as the team began its quest for a 17th nba championship playing in his 50th nba finals game. lebron finished with 25 points.
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100,000 american jobs now at risk after emergency funding for air lines runs dry. two airlines already letting workers go. battling to save his presidency, down in the polls, president trump still won't condemn white supremacy despite private worries from his top aids. this is "early start." i'm laura jarrett. >> i'm christine romans. 29 minutes past the hour. first day of october, new month, new quarter. 100,000 jobs are at risk. 19,000 jobs at american airlines, 13,000 at united are being cut. house democrats held off on a vote on their $2.2 trillion
proposal in a last-minute effort to stop this. sources briefed on the talks say they are still far apart. more stimulus desperately needed here. new data shows the collapse of global air travel could wipe out 46 million jobs. remember, planes in the air prop up jobs on the ground, like engineers, factory workers, traffic control, car rental, hotels, other businesses that rely on the global supply chain and travel. >> see if washington can get its act together to reach an agreement there. 946 americans died from coronavirus yesterday. their families grieving in a nation that has become all too numb. among the latest victims, 19-year-old chad doral. he was a healthy former high school basketball player
highlighting the real danger of this virus for young people, something now underscored officially by a big new contact tracing study out of india which shows young adults are the primary spreaders of the virus. in the u.k., claiming capable of this. all-american cruises will remain docked through october. the cdc director robert redfield wanted to extend the no sail order into next year but lost his fight with the white house. barring cruises longer than the next month would have displeased the tourism industry in the crucial state of florida. the number of americans hospitalized in covid starting to creep up again. these are not asymptomatic people staying home. these are people sick enough to be admitted. >> wisconsin is reporting the highest number of cases and hospitalizations.
18% of beds are available there. the president has scheduled campaign rallies in lacrosse and green bay. >> number one, he could not come. the second thing that could be done is for him to insist that if people are there, they wear a mask. he could make that happen. he could wear one, too. >> in the absence of a national covid plan or leadership, the states are still giving mixed signals. the governor of mississippi lifting a statewide mask mandate in schools. public health restrictions have been extended until after the elections. american families are paying a heavy price in the pandemic. a new survey shows the majority of families with children under 18 across racial and ethnic groups report serious financial hardships. 2/3 of menks have skipped or delayed cancer screenings because of the pandemic.
the fallout from tuesday's debate is no different. they think the president was too aggressive and likely turned off the moderate voters he so desperately needs. one long-time supporter. quote, f the proud boys. there i said it. not that hard. should be easy. distancing themselves from trump's stance for the second time in two weeks. listen to the only black republican senator, tim scott. >> i think he misspoke in response to chris wallace's comment when he was asking chris what he wanted to say. i think he misspoke. if he doesn't correct it, i guess he didn't misspeak. >> given the chance to correct the record, the president picked option b. >> i don't know who the proud boys are. you'll have to give me a
definition. i don't know who they are. i can only say they have to stand down, let law enforcement do their work. i want law and order to be a very important part. it's a veryimportant partofmy campaign. >> dowell come that was the question? you have to imagine he learned who the proud boys are after the debate. in case he wasn't informed, they are a far right group. less than two weeks until the next presidential debate and his hopes depend on a major change in tactics, the famously stubborn mr. trump is in deep trouble. both candidates back on the campaign trail where the president still couldn't condemn hate. we begin with chief white house correspondent jim acosta on the road with the president in minnesota. >> reporter: laura, christine, at a rally in minnesota, the
president tried to declare victory despite the fact that some advisers say he lost that match-up with democrat joe biden for his failure to condemn white supremacy. during one minute the president falsely said joe biden is going to cancel on the next two presidential debate. the biden campaign is out there. >> i think he's going to cancel the rest of the debates. >> reporter: at this rally, the president falsely alleged joe biden would flood the states with refugees. it's a different night but the same playbook for the president. laura and christine. >> jim, thanks for that. nice to see the fine people in duluth wearing their masks. >> it took a day but joe biden
finally got a word in. they're trying to lure critical swing state voters back into the democratic tent. >> he didn't speak to y'all in that debate, he spoke about him. he didn't talk about the concerns of the american people one single time. trump said he ran for office because he was concerned about the forgotten man. well, as soon as he got elected, got inaugurated, he forgot the forgotten man. >> m.j. lee is on the road with biden in pennsylvania. >> reporter: well, the day after a chaotic debate, joe biden spent almost all day on a train making stops in ohio and pennsylvania clearly trying to win over voters, including rural white working class voters in areas where donald trump performed very well back in 2016. they're signaling how they feel things went at the first debate
is that they presented a clear contrast between joe biden and dump and thoer' emphasizing two things. they were talking in detail about the coronavirus pandemic and the suffering people have seen. the second thing is donald trump not saying on the debate stage that he disavowed the proud boys. here's what joe biden had to say yesterday as he campaigned across pennsylvania. >> my message to the proud boys and every other white supremacist group is cease and desist. that's not who we are. this is not who we are as americans. the president of the united states conducted himself the way he did, i think it's just a national embarrassment. >> reporter: now one other thing that joe biden addressed was his hope that the debate commission can make sure that there are
fewer interruptions and future debates and clearly the commission agrees with that sentiment. they announced that they are looking forward to making some changes to ensure that future debates are more orderly. christine and laura, back to you. >> mj, thank you. the debate commission is promising more structure for the remaining two face-offs. it could include cutting it. >> biden's team said he'll have to choose between responding to voters or choosing between his unhinged meltdown. the trump team says they are helping biden by moving the goalposts within the middle of the game. chris wallace is reflecting on a mess of a night tells "new york times," quote, i'm just sad with the way it turned out. i never dreamt that it would go off the tracks the way it did. i'm a pro. i've never been through anything like this. christine, i'm not sure that
anybody could have done better. it's amazing that even after all of this time the expectations of what trump will do still don't match reality. >> one hope is the town hall will be better. maybe they'll ask more questions and a better turn out. despite the judge's ruling, montana expanded mail-in voting to safeguard against coronavirus. in both states people have to request ballots by mail. alabama has started and montana will begin tomorrow. brad parscale stepped down as a senior advisor to the trump campaign on wednesday. he was hospitalized earlier in the week. in a statement obtained by
politico, he wants to focus on his family and get help with dealing with overwhelming stress. he was demoted after a sparsely attended trump rally in tulsa, oklahoma. sources say he was rarely seen at campaign headquarters after that. campaign is showing the number of women in senior official positions increased to 28% and that's progress, up to 23% in 2015. one in four are considering downshifting their careers or leaving the work force completely. if that plays out, it could result in $180 billion in annual potential earnings lost for women. the demand has made it more elusi elusive. this report shows women are three times more likely to take on health care and housework.
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based on fbi investigation. facebook says it will reject ads that cast doubt on the election results. the policy is narrowly focused on ads and does not reject content created by users. at least 41 people have lost their lives to the historic wildfires ravaging the west coast. california has had the most deaths with at least 30 people including another zogg fire victim. that blaze has grown to 55,000 acres and is 9% contained. the glass fire is 2% contained. the state is asking them to conserve energy among a heat wave. sad news overnight, chrissie teigen and john legends have lost their child due to pregnancy complications. the couple says we are in shock and the deep pain we've never felt before. with their first two pregnancies the couple waited to name the baby until after delivering. she says this time they had already started to call him
jack. the couple's children, luna and miles, were conceived with in vitro fertilization. this happened naturally. something they thought was never possible. >> so heartbreaking. california is set to ban police choke holds and require independent probes of officer-involved shootings. this comes amid the wave of the killing of george floyd. the state attorney general will investigate shooting deaths of unarmed people and post a written report online although none of this is happening any time soon. the law goes into effect in july of 2023. police have charged a man with that ambush shooting of two l.a. sheriff's shootings. he was already in custody. 36-year-old deontay murphy was arrested three days afterwards. surveillance video captured that attack as well as one of the wounded deputies helping to save her partner's life.
public companies with headquarters in california will have to have more diversity on their boards beginning in 2021. governor gavin newsom signing a law that will require companies to have at least one board member from an under represented community by the end of next year and at least two or three depending on the size of the board by 2022. likely to have more diversity much like california's 2018 law requiring a minimum of women directors. in las vegas mgm opening two resorts. no smoking. smoking will not be allowed anywhere including the casino, hotels, pools, restaurants except a few outdoor areas. the coronavirus death toll rises. indoor smoking has become a make or break detail for travelers planning their vacations. let's take a look at the markets around the world. tokyo stock exchange halted trading thursday because of a
technical glitch. european markets have opened higher here and on wall street to start the new trading day, it looks like gains here. stocks finished higher but recorded their first month of losses since march. all three major averages did finish the quarter higher. the second straight guard ter of gains. investors are watching for any signs of progress on stimulus as airlines face thousands of job cuts. we'll get a look at weekly jobs claims. they expect 850,000 americans filed for jobless benefits last week. more than six months into the pandemic, big companies are cutting jobs. disney announced 28,000 layoffs as the pandemic hammers the theme parks and shell said it will cut as many as 9,000 jobs as it shifts away from fossil fuels. eight in ten jobs lost since
february have been in the service sector. the housing market still a bright spot in the economy. pending home sales, record high in august. up 8.8%. buyers are rushing to lock in low rates. the problem is there doesn't seem to be enough available homes for sale to meet demands. that could hold back the recovery. google getting out of the super expensive phone race. the phones are almost half the price of phones from apple and sam suction. pixel 5 starts at 700 bucks. pixel 4a 5g is 400 bucks. after being separated for months due to the coronavirus lockdowns, some families are finally seeing their loved ones in nursing homes again face to face. cnn's rosa flores has more. >> it's me! >> reporter: the anticipation is
over. >> i love you. >> i love you. >> reporter: a heartwarming reunion after being separated for months by the covid-19 lockdown of senior care centers in florida. mark leventhal and his 89-year-old stepmom have not embraced sips his dad died in april. visiting rules are strict. mark had to make an appointment in advance, get his temperature checked in the lobby, wear personal protective equipment all before being escorted to her door. he made a promise to his late father that he would find arlene a comfortable assistive living facility. >> such a sweet man. >> he loved you. >> reporter: but the comfort quickly turned to isolation as the lockdown stretched for months. >> i first saw my sister yesterd yesterday.
couldn't see my friends. it was tough. >> reporter: early in the pandemic some seniors could look out the window to see posters and signs, others are still spending most of their days alone. many states, including florida, are allowing limited visits to nursing homes. the visitation rules vary across the country and facilities in a handful of states remain closed. >> the whole situation is a real tragedy. we are not supposed to treat our older adults the way that they're being treated right now. >> what's the toughest part of advocating for senior citizens? >> oftentimes they don't have a voice. victoria cerone pushed to see her 85-year-old father after being separated for months. >> it was absolutely excruciating. >> once a successful businessman traveling the world with his wife elizabeth, he now lives in a memory care center struggling with dementia. >> victoria says he becamae agitat agitated, depressed, confused
when visits were allowed through a window. here's a picture of her 82-year-old mom waiting in 92 degree heat waiting to see the love of her life separated by glass. >> i noticed them trying to kiss once. it was quite emotional. >> reporter: victoria's heart break only grew as time passed and they couldn't celebrate the 58th wedding anniversary, father's day and the birthday. it took six months for them to reunite. >> i gave him a giant hug. i didn't let go. and i just told him i loved him. >> reporter: mark leventhal is thinking about his dad, too. >> rosa flores, cnn, miami. >> thank you so much. the nursing homes were such a terrible hot spot for the virus.
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let law enforcement do their work. >> my message to the proud boys is cease and desist. wisconsin just reported its highest daily number of coronavirus-related hospitalizations. >> first time in 16 years we've had to put patients in hallway beds. >> we have got to put the brakes on this pandemic. >> announcer: this is "new day" with alisyn camerota and john berman. this is "new day." it's thursday, october, at