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captioning funded by cbs it's monday, december 4th, 2017. this is the "cbs morning news." presidential tweets. mr. trump takes aim at the fbi and the special prosecutors investigation into russian election meddling sparking a warning from some lawmakers. taking to the skies, the united states and south korea come together for a massive drill. and cvs is getting into the health care business. the drugstore is makin a big purchase which could radically change the health care industry.
good mng the studio 57 newsroom at cbs news headquarters here in new york. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. a twitter storm from president the russian election meddling in the 2016 election which is in. ing to the white house. brook silva-braga ha good morning. >> good morning, anne-marie. he took special interest in the news that the senior fbi counsel was removed after it was discovered that he had sent anti-trump/pro-hillary e-mails. the president used that story to make some broader criticisms about that. >> he wrote in part the reputation is in tatters, worst in history. the president of the fbi's
agents association responded agents act with unwavering integrity. this sparked a tweet on saturday that sources tell cbs it was actually crafted by mr. trump's lawyer. it suggests the president knew mike flynn lied to the fbi before firing him. some suggestion if he did know that and then asked director james comey to drop it, that might have led to. >> a dialogue the president disputes. he tweeted sunday, i never asked comby to stop investigating flynn. just more fake news covering a comey lie. >> would say this as president. there's an ongoing investigation. comey may be part of it. you tweet and comment at your own peril. flynn fleeding guilty friday to
the fbi is now cooperating with robert mueller's investigation into russia's meddling in the election. now, the tweet that raised those concerns about obstruction of justice were i had to fire flynn because he lied to the f bbi. sources said not only did he say it, he knew it at the time of the firing. president trump said he's willing to negotiate a key part of the gop tax overhaul, the corporate tax rate. it must now be reconciled with the house version. mr. trump said he would consider the tax rate at 22% instead of 20%. john dickerson said he thinks the president will have the bill he wants by christmas.
>> he defines the bill he wants as any that comes before him. they need to be reconciled. but it seems with the body lan garage, they're going to be able to work out any minor differences between the two bills and get one final bill to the president for his signature. >> democrats say the gop measures it over less wealthy americans. meanwhile the government funding runs out at midnight on friday. the house introduced a stopgap measure on saturday. democrats say they won't vote for any bill that does not include immigrants brought to this country illegally as children. senator misch mcconnell said there won't be a shutdown on that issue. ahead on "cbs this morning" we'll talk with white house bunt director mick mulvaney. this morning the united states and south korea began five military drills called
vigilance ace. it comes a week after north korea test-fired e its most powerful missile. president trump is expected to announce wednesday his decision on whether to recognize jerusalem as israel's capital. mr. trump's son-in-law and senior adviser jared kushner the president has not decided yet. palestinian president abbas warned it would they discovered the missing girl mariah. she was found in the woods. the mother's boyfriend is due in
court today. a memorial to a woman killed by an undocumented immigrant is removed at the request of her family. the alt-right group said it built the memorial for kate steinle. she was killed in 2015. last week her killer was found not guilty of more. he had been deported five times. zarate's acquittal prompted protests outside the white house. richard spencer and other alt-right supporters protested the verdict yesterday. counter protesters chanted no nazis, no kkk. spencer was relocated by police to hold the protest elsewhere. the drugstore cvs is buying eight na for $69 billion in cash and stock. eats the largest acquisition and allows cvs to be more involved
in customers' care and health care costs. they run more than 1,100 drugstores and walk-in clinics. eight na covers over 22 million people. customers could see some changes to their health care plans. and coming up on the "morning news" now, landscape change. president trump's plan to reduce the size of two national monuments in utah. and a glimpse of the biggest full moon of the year. this is the "cbs morning news." uh oh...a painful sore throat? not now. if you want a max strength alternative to cough drops take cépacol instamax. this will provide fast relief. look! unlike regular cough drops it contains 2 max strength pain relievers and cools in seconds. dual power in one lozenge. bye bye sore throat. knock out sore throat fast. take cépacol instamax. pepsoriasis does that.
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than other full moons. a florida teenager who fled home with a soccer coach is found safe and the president is head west. "the salt lake tribune" previews president trump's visit to utah today. he's visiting to sign an executive order shrinking the bears ears and grand stairs national monuments by about 2 acres. it threatens important archaeological and cultural resources. the new york daily news says the florida teenager who fled with her soccer coach was afraid to leave the country with them. she was reunited nearly a week after disappearing. it's not cleary 27-year-old rian rodriguez planned to take her. her mom spoke with meg oliver after the reunion. >> she's just beautiful. just to get to see her and put
our arms around her and hold r her. there's nothing else like it. >> you can see more of the interview later on "cbs this morning." rodriguez will appear in court today to face a charge of interference with child custody. the "los angeles times" says an 18-year-old california man allegedly confessed to molesting up to 50 children over eight years. joseph haden boston turned himself in after admitting this to his mother. police believe there may be more molestations happened in at least ten different cities. "time" magazine says new york's metropolitan opera stopped its relationship with levine over sexual mukt. several came forward and said he came in contact with them when
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♪ that's a foot tapping singer gloria estefan. she was among the honorees last night. also recognized were rapper ll cool j, singer lionel richie, dancer carmen da lava la. you can watch it right here on cbs. on the "cbs moneywatch" venezuela launches its own digital currency and text messaging celebrates an anniversary. diane king hall is at the new york stock excange with that and more. good morning, diane. >> good morning, anne-marie. traders on wall street are waiting to see how the gop tax reform bill are looking after the house and senate reconcile. the dow ended down 40 points, the s&p 500 shed 5 points, the nasdaq lost 26 points in the
week. the petro is backed by golden backed diamond launch led by u.s. led financial sanctions. few specifics about it were announced. opposition leaders believe it will ever get off the ground. the country is suffer frgs the lack of basic necessities like food and medicine. meantime for the second straight week, pixar's "coco" remained atop the box office. "coco" based on the mexican holiday day of the dead took in another $26 million and has dominated releases in the u.s. and abroad. "justice league" held second place and "wonder," about a boy with abnormalities on his fast was third. it's hard to believe the first text was red 25 years ago from
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>> it add as whole other dimension onto why taking medications is really good for them. it also adds this incredibly powerful tool that we have now to directly prevent transmission and also to help decrease stigma. >> everyone can benefit from u-u. >> reporter: reducing the stigma may erase diagnosis and early treatment. for many at high risk for contracting hiv, using condoms and a preventive medication called prep may still be recommended. dr. tara narula, cbs news, new york. coming up on "cbs this morning," the da vinci code author dan brown is in studio with his latest book called
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our top stories this morning, president trump says the fbi is in tatters, the worst in history. that's one of a string of tweets of the pretsident attacking the fbi. one tweet suggested he knew former national security adviser mike flynn lied to the fbi before firing him. sources tell "cbs evening news" the tweet was actually crafted by mr. trump's lawyer. they hope to have a reconciled tax bill passed and ready signed before christmas. the senate barely passed the measure late saturday. mr. trump said he may be willing to negotiate a key portion of
the plan, the corporate tax rate. it is currently set at 20%. mr. trump says that he would consider changing it to 22% if that's what it takes to get the bill to h desk. alabama's special election for the senate seat vacated by attorney general jeff sessions is nearly a week away and our news poll finds roy moore is leading despite a sexual misconduct scandal. at a diner we met penny lloyd who told us despite the allegations against judge moore she will vote for him because -- >> he is the lesser of two ev evils. >> was there ever any hesitation? >> no, not after he won the primary. i recognized it pretty quickly. >> penny's husband is jim lloyd. he, too, is voting for moore. >> do you have any reason not to
believe the women? >> not especially, no. i believe that it's very possible that all of the women could be absolutely truthful, but on the other hand, i think it's very possible that the other camp could have motivated a lot of women to do and say that. >> there are few i agree with. >> have the allegations against mr. moore turned you off? >> i feel in the middle about them. personally i am one to definitely blooesh a woman when she says she was sexually assaulted, but to come out so far later, that's very weird. >> there's another, richard shelby. he voted absentee. he did not vote for roy moore. instead the senator sate he wrote in the name of another republican. david begnaud, cbs news,
birmingham, alabama. coming up on "cbs this morning," a first in this country. a baby was born from a transplanted uterus of a live donor. dr. tara narula looks at how the procedure may help women struggling with infertility. and author dan brown joins us in the studio with his latest book, "origin." that's the latest news for this monday. i'm anne-marie green. thanks for watching. have a great day. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com
>> live from the cbs broadcast center in philadelphia. this is cbs-3 "eyewitness news " this morning. eagles winning streak comes to an end in seattle. we'll have the big moments from last night's game. >> police made the arrest after beating death after homeless man in mayfair. >> waking un to some fog, live look from bethlehem. pretty mild, too, we'll tell you how high the temperatures will go today. and today is monday, december 4th, good morning, i'm rahel solomon. >> i'm joe hold never for jim donovan. let's get a check on today's forecast with katie and meisha >> good morning, looking outside right now, lots of construction, no accidents to report, i don't know if that fog will play a role. >> i think the fog will play a role. it is really thick.
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