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enforcement are running one of the country's most prestigious agencies. mercedes schlaap and daniel horowitz thank you both for being with us. thanks for being with us. ed rollins and general jack keane circaaaaa drain to making news this morning. james comey response to being fired by trump. we will have all the latest out of washington. good morning. i am nicole petallides. lauren: good morning, everybody. i'm lauren simonetti. the search for a new fbi director on the trump agenda of tax cuts and health care reform. in the meantime, dow futures are down 17 points. nasdaq down by six. train to the latest sign that obama carries collapsing. at fellow poet of the losing obamacare marketplace by next year. lauren: in his first public mr. porter, snap disappointing and it's not selling of --
stocks selling up 20%. nicole: retailers such as macy's, kohl's, nordstrom's report today. lauren: boston celtics in their series against the washington wizards. and in their season. we'll show you all the highlights. nicole: could rescind learning. 5:01 a.m. in new york. we welcome new "fbn:am: common your first look at morning markets and breaking news. lauren: us who like to say, one more alarm clock. fbi director james comey said in a letter to colleagues saying in part i'm not going to spend time on the decision for the way it was executed. i hope you won't either. it is done. i will be fine. although this elimination deeply. house speaker palmer and reject calls for a special prosecutor. >> we have three investigations
going on. a house committee which is the appropriate committee to do that i believe. the senate intelligence committee and the fbi investigated the expression. lauren: but permanent the white house with more. >> president trump had considered firing james comey since the day he was a good according to the deputy white house press secretary huckabee sanders who experienced an erosion of confidence in comey over the last several months. sanders said the president made the final call tuesday to fire the former fbi erected the deputy attorney general robertson stanley cup the the case of the president that comey to the way he handled the e-mail investigation. president trump briefly commented from the oval office. >> why did you fire direct or comey? >> because he wasn't doing a good job very simply. >> lawmakers have expressed outrage to the firing. chuck schumer and misleading
calling for a special prosecutor to investigate russia's meddling into the 2016 election. many partly blame comey for the election must be c. -underscore and their responses to comey inspiring the purest form of hypocrisy. [inaudible] >> how could he have considering the fact most of the people declaring work today were the very ones that were baking for direct or comey to be fired. if hillary clinton had won the election, which thank god she didn't, but if she had and she had been in the same position, she would've fired trance immediately in the very democrats criticizing the president today would be dancing in the street celebrating. trinity acetate and political divide means for big ticket items like tax reform. she said it's one of the reasons in her words, like this one
needs to be trained even a little bit further. back to you in new york. nicole: blake burman, thank you a president trying concerning the visit to the fbi headquarters tomorrow. when asked about call misfiring, russian president vladimir putin said we have nothing to do with that. putin also said it will have no affect on u.s.-russia relations. lauren: the senate intelligence committee has subpoenaed former white house national security adviser michael flynn for papers related to the investigation into brescia. senator james langford with martha mccollum monthly. >> what has subpoenaed a large number of documents, but i'll leave that out there. with a large document research we pursued for him. we subpoenaed those documents and expect them to be delivered to us. lauren: acting fbi director andrew mccabe said to testify today at the committee's annual
hearing on worldwide press. trained teacher in a small and ill activist and fundraiser, lena epstein. also the former trump campaign michigan cochair. good morning, lena. >> good morning. trying to the firing of james comey, how is this on now failing into the trump agenda? is it a distraction? >> speaks exactly the the promises then president trump made in the campaign trail to the american people. he promised to do the right thing over the popular thing. when he came into office, comey is on the hot seat and it didn't react in a one. he wanted to watch and see and be prepared and educated on the issues. he's made a very measured decision and i also understand an investigation will take that's important, too. lauren: he did not get one but it is considering firing comey from day one.
talking about the timing and amount the timing and amount of comments are headlines that comey stop funding for the russia probe right before his ouster. would you make make of that timing? >> i understand that the timing could be in question. in the end, looking to eyes are surrounded and recommendation of someone else could restore the american faith in the fbi. >> about what is going on friday? >> absolutely. he wants people to notice paying attention to the issues they are facing. >> yesterday can mr. huckabee sanders said they followed protocol with a handwritten letter to execute the firing, but there are reports that donald trump is upset about how the whole thing was handled. your thoughts? >> to mediate us to speculate on president's reactions as of sensationalizing the president and is never truly worked for him. he is very laser focused on putting somebody new in place that can restore american pace in the fbi.
lauren: the democratic reaction is pretty unbelievable. that cease-fire, they question the firing. >> it's very interesting and a little on their part but for many months they were calling for his resignation and now they are up in arms and pointed pointing at the president. it speaks to a certain level of hypocrisy and it's important to keep an eye on it. >> i which you now -- what advice did you get to the lighthouse in handling the nomination of a new direct her? what percentage they nominate? >> it's a good question. i have been advising on this very issue. it's important whoever the president nominate, whoever is confirmed by the senate be somebody capable of handling a very complex situation currently. the hillary clinton e-mail, russian investigation. this would take a very unique individual. president trump has proven capable of surrounding himself at the right people at the right time and effort of insula do so
in this situation as well. nicole: do you want to name a name? >> that at this point. nicole: thank you for your time. lauren: secretary stephen mnuchin will hold a three-day meeting in italy. secretary mnuchin to talk about revealing the diacritical. fox business adam shapiro will get a live report from italy starting this afternoon. >> obamacare unless support. at napoleon out of delaware and nebraska next year. the move comes after at not said it will start carrying coverage in iowa in virginia. the company estimates its individual plants will lose more than $200 million this year alone. critics of obama carries a sharply higher costs are one of the reasons the affordable care
at nice to be repealed and replaced. shares of aetna at 15% so far this year. lauren: some insurers charging 50% more. trump official nature trump official major and president abbas has a habit because the upcoming health care conference in new york. charlie gasparino reporting adding some into the current administration. but almost a harsh critic when president. his come under fire for accepting a $400,000 speaking fee for the gate. the white house not commenting and saying whether it is considering asking a trump representative to speak. we will see when we have that. nicole: caught up in the global market action. the a 17 month high to the upside. that is certainly one area to watch. >> this is how european markets are trading at the hour. you have a one-point decline in england with the ftse 100 in the
cac in paris in dx and germany three-point. nicole: today's super thursday at if you are. their economic outlook the rate college is likely to be nothing today. take a look at dow futures now done 19 and the s&p 500 record yesterday. we also saw the nasdaq closed at a record yesterday. yet another record. lauren: oil prices surged 10% yesterday. the administration said we mnuchin declined to supply oil. without oil has gone up about 50 cents. gold at $2 to 12.21 amounts. nicole: shares this map are pledging a premarket trading down about 20%, more than 20% after the parent is that chad said its first earnings report showed a loss of $2.2 billion. most about asking from start to his compensation eloyees at ipo time. that raising comparisons to
facebook and did not match up to a reported 166 million daily active users last quarter and that was an increase of 36% a year earlier by comparison facebook at three times as many users of its first report as a public company. that's revenue was $150 million, almost four times as much as one years ago but less than analysts had disappeared that is not enough to cover snap's huge ipo expenses. snap did go public at 21 cents per share. lauren: a new chairman and new cfo. they did announce either start by that claim. the company being pressured by an activist investor to explore a sale and speed up turnaround. investors welcomed the news futures of whole foods up 2% in extended trading. nicole: president tumbled to defending fbi director james
comey as he writes a letter to the fbi. >> why did you fire james comey? >> he wasn't doing a good job. very simply wasn't doing a good job. nicole: shares on the move. snap thinking 21%. we'll have reaction to baltimore. it features down 18. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news. ♪ hit me with your bash ♪ why does she hate me your best shot ♪ fire away the ♪
lauren: good morning. 5:18 a.m. in new york and former fbi director james comey incentive for a letter to be a place at the bureau. he tells them not to dwell his departure in that he will miss them. president trump spent yesterday defending his decision to fire comey saying he wasn't doing a good job. if they blow to obamacare. aetna says in the late delaware and nebraska committed to remaining dates were also by the care coverage. aetna says not enough young people in healthy people are signing up to boston at the older and less healthy customers. shares of snap getting hammered
about the update balcony down 20% after posting a $2.2 billion loss in its first earnings report as a public company. most of the loss came from start-based compensation to employees at ipo time. as for the markets overall, nasdaq and s&p coming off over highs. features down to. nasdaq features 105. that's a check on what is happening now. >> turning now to talk about the markets and earnings season, the chief investment officer at sandy spring bank, thank you for joining us. so with how does wal-mart is since our financial crisis or the latest recession you should collect. now what? we see slower growth at these records. >> estimate two records yesterday and s&p and nasdaq. vick said a 20 year low. sounds great, doesn't it? the little concerned concerned because when you get the low
six, complacency set in and that's never a good thing. there's a lot of geopolitical news out there to tell you about, but nothing is affecting stocks. we need to restore a healthy fear here. the old wall of worry. we need to get the wall of worry. trenches were, that the 1990 rate low. lauren: of your first look at morning markets and breaking news. 's firing, more intense market reaction the beginning. at the end of the day, only the dow is down. small caps versus large caps, is that health care reform? >> it is more based on a dollar play. the dollar will go up to the rising dollar hurts the day cap multinationals. but that small cap for stocks related to that. nicole: file, snap small some growth would've is that good enough. but if they were in a they were in a profitable company and somehow everybody is surprised. big news. no profit. your thoughts, rob.
what do you think? >> as he said, snap disappointed. first report is a publicly traded company. nicole: do you buy today? >> i don't think so. number one, it seems that facebook started to incorporate cool features snap hats. number two, this is my cultural issue. i'm not sure the company is ready yet to manage short-term expectations. nicole:.us evidence on the call with the ceo. he looked and sounded young and inexpensive. >> that's part of it. but they kept about ipo related compensation. that could've been spread out over time. they just didn't seem to care. snap issues faced the unique competitor and a low barrier to entry business. number two, the whole cultural thing. are they really ready for prime
time. lauren: is snap sad? >> is pretty hot for teenagers. nicole: that's expanded to did elegy. snap had the ipo price. but are your thoughts on technology overall? a lot of people still love it. >> out vm. i would be more so that the larger companies. some of the larger dividend paying companies. lauren: like what quickly? >> olympus 7% growth yield your disclosures. >> we have a deal later in the hour. coming up, microsoft shows off an interesting piece at tech allergy. alas that eliminates the tremors of parkinson's disease. boston celtics take control of the washington wizards and in hockey that pittsburgh penguins plinking the washington capitals, and in a season. we'll have all of the highlights.
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trials with a small group of parkinson's sufferers. nicole: time now for sports. they can find in boston. celtics against the wizard. the home team dominated so far, secretary term early. coincide. isaiah thomas for the dunk in boston at 12 p. defense or on on their feet already. third quarter. everything is fine for the celtics. it's the shock by falling down. approved the celtics win 123- 123-101. takes 3-too serious. the nhl playoffs 10 to 14 looking to hold off alexander and it has to have 13 straight friends brian ross one-time ride into the goal. here it is again. you can see a bright hair. penguins take the 1-0 date.
the past comes to all-caps can. making an incredible save. penguin shot out the cats, and not take on eastern conference finals. game seven. dax, oilers come the second period. ryan kessler and andrew cogley on no. the ducks are pumped. third period, nick ricci returns after the games winner. for more oil or wayne gretzky disappointed there to watch his team go down. dax went to-1 in the western conference finals. turning to baseball, orioles and nationals bottom of the ninth. she simmered drills his home run rate to center. that makes a one run game later. this is loaded.
the walkoff two-run single to right. the nationals win 76 and the players celebrate the big combat. >> coming up here right as officials defending the firing of fbi or james comey and paul ran rejecting calls for a prosecutor. >> we have a house investigation which is the appropriate committee to do that. and you have the fbi investigating all things fresh. lauren: acting director of the fbi heads to capitol hill today. how bad is to retail slump? we'll find out for macy's chemicals and/or strength report their latest quarterly earnings coming out. cutting off record highs in five games for the nasdaq down five points looking at futures. s&p down to. dow jones lower as well. you are watching "fbn:am."
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lauren: breaking news this morning. james church in response to being hired as president of defense than that. the latest out of washington. good morning. i am lauren simonetti. nicole: would affect the search for the fbi director will have much of the agenda cat cuts in health care reform. u.s. stock market futures after record closes for the nasdaq. dow futures down across the board went 10 to 1% for the three indices. nicole: the latest sign of lawmakers collapsing. aetna says it will pull out of the money losing market races next year. nicole: the first earnings report, snap disappoints and the
stock sum of 20% just above the $17 ipo price. ouch. lauren: how bad is the retail slump? we'll find out when big retailers including macy's chemicals unrestrained reported its results. nicole: the boston celtics take control of the series against the washington wizards and in hockey the pittsburgh penguins ending their season. we will have all the highlights and sports for you. lauren: good morning, everybody. 5:31 a.m. bill clinton to "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news. nicole: a day after his sudden dismissal, former fbi dirt james snap sending a letter to his colleagues saying i'm not going to spend time on the decision or the way it was executed. i hope you won't either. it was done and i will be fine although i will miss you in the nation deeply. house speaker paul ryan rejecting calls for a special prosecutor. >> we had three investigations
going on right now. a house investigation which is the appropriate committee i believe in you had the fbi investigating all things fresh. i don't think that is a good idea. nicole: blake irving at the white house with more. >> president trump had considered firing james snap since the day he was let it according to the white house press secretary sarah huckabee sanderson said the president asked as an erosion of confidence is snap over the last several months that the president made the final call tuesday to fire the former fbi director after the deputy attorney general rob rosenstein made of the case to the president that snap blew the way he handled the clinton investigation. donald trump briefly commented from the oval office. >> vaidya fire director comey? >> because he wasn't doing a good job. reporter: most democratic lawmakers have expressed average of the firing.
chuck schumer did in the chorus calling for a special prosecutor to investigate russia's meddling into the 2016 election. many partly blamed comey for the election loss. vendors: their response is to comey inspiring the purest form of hypocrisy. >> was anticipated considering the last statements? >> how could he have considering most of the people declaring war today with the very ones they came for direct your snap to be fired. if hillary clinton had won the election, which thank god she didn't, but if she had and she had been the same position, she would've fired comey immediately in the very democrats criticizing the president today would be dancing in the streets celebrating. train and they asked if i had an political divide means for the big-ticket plans like tax reform. she said it is one of the reasons than her words by the
swamp needs to be drained even a little bit further. back to you in new york. nicole: white house officials say president trump is considering a visit to fbi headquarters tomorrow. meanwhile when asked about comey inspiring, vladimir putin had this to say. we have nothing to do with that. before taking to the ice in his red jersey, nasa said it will have no effect on u.s. russia's relationships. nicole: that is why try please call. >> this committee and former white house national security adviser michael flynn relating to the investigation into russia. senator james langford on the story with martha mccollum last night. >> we have subpoenaed a large number of documents related to the questions had given them. we have a large document research be pursued for him. he didn't turn this documents over so we do expect them to be delivered to us. nicole: acting fbi director
andrew mccain to testify today. it's the committee's annual hearing on worldwide threats. lauren: obama trauma support. help ensure aetna ploy to delaware and nebraska. the final two marketplaces to pull out next year. the move comes after it said meant that it will stop selling coverage in virginia and iowa. the company estimates that since the loose within $200 million this year alone. pics of obama cared for sharply higher costs are one reason the affordable ce act needs to be repealed and replaced. look at shares a aetna up 15% this year. joining us now it is millennial republican activist and fundraiser, late at team. also the former trump campaigned a shooting cochair. good to see you again. speaking of aetna and obamacare, how do you think the health care bill is received across the country particular in your home state of michigan? he met state of michigan in its
residents appear to be very excited about a solution that works for families and businesses. i've traveled the great state of the trailer now is a business owner listening to people talk about the way the broken health care system is plagued their families and businesses. the time is now to act. nicole: level happy now? the time is not to act is passed to the house committees to go to the senate. what is the timeline here? >> i don't know the exact timeline, but there's a clear legislative path and i feel optimistic we will be able to move this forward. a great win for the administration, but more importantly went for states like michigan and every state in this great nation. lauren: we talk about tax reform. hard they've been received in michigan? >> very, very well. individuals having the resources in their pockets to protect their businesses, families, and investing current infrastructure, these are the promises made, promises kept
that then candidate trump was nicole: for phyllis president of the united states. people are very bullish about the future of the american economy at this comprehensive tax reform. trade to what made the difference is we talk about your role in michigan? what made the difference when the one that date? >> it sent a message to the country that president trump was able to communicate with every single person in this country directly. he sent the message i am listening to you. you are no longer forgotten. the message resounded across the great nation. the folks in michigan that i felt left behind for so long at issues of profitability, economic growth, opportunities, health care. these are the things that have plagued folks in michigan of folks across the whole country. president trump has sent a clear message and listening to you and i'm here with you and i'll advocate for you. lauren: what happens next in the midterm election?
>> very exciting. i'm not a psychic, but a very exciting time for the republican party. lauren: are you involved? >> and looking to be involved, yes. lauren: thank you so much. >> thank you a nicole: may not be a visa laptop on some airlines in europe. the administration is going to expand a ban on laptops on commercial aircraft to include some european countries is filed. an expansion of the band could impact airlines including united and delta, american airlines. one sticking point is how to ensure that lithium batteries stored in my kitchen antics lead in midair. officials reportedly plan to meet today at airline industry officials to discuss security issues. lauren: let's get you caught up in global market action overnight. there is a good third of 1% of the hang seng in hong kong up 1%. china, the shanghai composite tacking on 1% and the caspian south korea 1.2% yesterday.
trip to europe has been a great story. today is the bank of england meeting super thursday 7:00 a.m. we will find out any news on interest rates not likely to make any news. an outlook for the economy in the minutes of their latest meeting. the cac quarante to the upside. german dax up 1%. on thursday as technology duvall. lauren: donated at the g7 to shed further light of the trump agenda if you will. generous in the u.s. s&p futures coming off the coming off a record yesterday down three. nasdaq down six. trade to watch in oil and gold, two of three trading days in today about that card up about two bucks. oil right now after getting big yesterday gained over 3% yesterday. it is up against excuses to the upside good 48.01 a barrel. lauren: shares of snap are plunging down over 20%.
if you look at the price from the 1780s when just about the company's ipo price of 17 bucks a share. reported a loss of over $2 billion in its first earnings report. most of the loss came from stock-based compensation to executives at ipo time but snap came up short against its biggest rival facebook. reported 60 million daily active users. by comparison facebook at three times in the users in its first report as a public company. if you look at snap's revenue. not enough to cover the company's huge ipo expenses. trade to abercrombie and fitch tried to sell to survive. the troubled teen retailer said it hired investors look for potential buyers. express an american eagle outfitters may be interested. abercrombie has struggled in recent years. in 2007 the company was for $7 billion.
now the number has fallen to less than 1 billion. while reports that abercrombie and fitch is the hope is that yesterday, the shares are down 43% in the past year. lauren: already firing chapter 11. further teams going to shop? watching the department stores today. speaking of shopping. call of macy's and reported a first-quarter numbers. solid sales and competition. they responded by closing stores from a release in real estate in keeping inventory levels pretty low. theses and calls expect a key fall this year. coles expects them to be flat. this is an closer part of course reported for the open. nordstrom after the close. nicole: president trump defenses firing of fbi director james comey is a writes a letter. >> he wasn't doing a good job
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someone getting hammered ahead of the opening bell. i'm than 20% after posting a loss in the first earnings report as a public company. most of the loss came from stock-based compensation. the employees at ipo time trading above the price. u.s. stock market futures. the s&p nasdaq dow futures on 25. s&p and nasdaq to the downside as well. lauren, happening now. lauren: rothbart income is chief investment officer sandy springs bank. you talk about financials in particular. >> they are my favorite sector. we are going to continue to see rising. >> they've done a lot to the election. >> they have come that they have. most of it was frontloaded. rates will continue to rise. the curve full text upwards then that will help earnings down the road. nicole: this talk about health care. news on aetna.
your thoughts of the group. >> you know, underrated and health care. but expensive to the earnings visibility. still a lot of uncertainty. not ready to jump in just yet. >> assumes that the bull market is getting pretty tired. but takes us to the next level? >> i think it's earnings. he said during a said during the break is boring right now. vix not an all-time outcome of 24 year low. nicole: mention the likes of apple is something you like for the long-term. why? >> is attractively priced. there's a lot debate about whether the last renovation or not. for its price right now reduction in the nation, it's a track is. >> the tenure iphone coming out. >> that's right. >> aside from apple, facebook, netflix, where departure money?
>> a lot of our clients are more income oriented, more high net worth investors. ibm and microsoft deserve a look in the dividend payers, growing a dividend. but for apple for them, but they deserve a look. >> end quote getting into this business. we are going to explain this one. as far as commander boston celtics take control of their series against the washington wizards. the pittsburgh penguins blanked the washington capitals, ending their season. we will have all the highlights for you. dow futures down 24. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news.
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lauren: celtics against the wizards at the home team has dominated by fire. celtic set the tone early. its authors thomas thomas steve avery bradley. boston at 12 and the fans on their feet already. everything falling for the celtics are james carter stressed that falling down. future bill belichick approved. 123-101. the nhl playoff down in pittsburgh. the cats who have won three straight. second. widespread mass to one times a day and for the gold in the playoff. let's watch it again. a beautiful pass. penguins take the leap. later in the second, marc andre fleury is there to make the incredible save. the penguin shutout to accounts
advocate of the senators in the eastern conference finals. game seven, decks and oilers. andrew cogley on a put them on that. richie turns out to be the game-winner. wayne gretzky watches his team go down. best went to-1. western conference finals where they will face nashville. get ready for some baseball. bottom of the ninth. jayson werth joseph solo home run. right there to write pentair. that makes it a one run game. later, bases are loaded. a two run single to right. the nationals win and the players celebrate that big comeback on the field there. nicole: before you head out the
door, and the pitcher thursday forecast. senior meteorologist janice dean is at best. hi, janice. reporter: hi, good morning, ladies. the great lakes and northeast back to the west. how does that perform a more unstable air is a potential for saviors are. the same tornado reports as well as hail and damaging winds. half a dozen reports of tornadoes going today. your severe storm threat texas to oklahoma to the ohio river valley and then towards the northeast and mid-atlantic and the threat for tornadoes later this afternoon. if you live across the northeast from a pay attention as we get into friday and saturday at the mother's day weekend. with a coastal storm. stay in bed for the weekend for mother's day. we could get several inches of rain anywhere from north carolina all the way up to new england. saturday and sunday, the worst of the storm coming saturday
afternoon and lingering showers for mothers day. this is over going to be talking about. again, we are going to be in bed serving our breakfast in presence and hugs. nicole: what has to you live in? can i come along with you? reporter: come along. the bed is big. nicole: the man alive may be trading that title for the most powerful man in america. we are going to tell you about it. you are watching "fbn:am." ♪
nicole: what do you think? is washington ready for a rest there? dwayne johnson might consider running for president. the "washington post" recently ran an op-ed saying that iraq might make a good candidate for president at some point in the future. gq magazine asked the 40 federal doctor about just adding he said quote, that is a real possibility. iraq refused to endorse president trump or hillary clinton in the last election. lauren: now he endorses himself. thank you for joining us on "fbn:am." nicole: we will turn it right over to the rear.
>> thank you so much. happy thursday. i maria bartiromo. thanks for joining us. thursday, may 11. six am on the east coast a.m. on the east coast. thought over the firing of fbi director jim comey. president trump doubles down on his decision to make that move. >> wedded to fire director comey? >> is not doing a good job very simply. trade to fbi employees in the overall impact on president trump's agenda. markets looking lower. features indicate a fraction of door opening for the broader averages had dow industrials down 20 points and nasdaq s&p 500 down weaker. investors bid on the bank of england. announcing a decision no change in terms of interest rates. then he expect economic projections from the bank of england. kids across the board take a look. the best performer there, the cost being korea up 1%.
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