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sales on thousands of products only for prime members. walmart says oh, no. they will will atomic their words, online discounts for everyone as well as lower shipping costs. investors like this. the stock rose 2.2% for amazon and 2.2% for a record high close. "early start" continues right now. ♪ selling the iran nuclear deal to congress and the world. today, president obama begins making his kaycase that the deal will make the world more hopeful, not more dangerous. live team coverage begins right now. welcome back to "early start." i'm christine romans. it is wednesday july 15th. it is 5:00 a.m. in the east. happening now. reaction coming from around the world this morning over that nuclear deal with iran. praise and criticism. now that we know what is in the 109-page agreement. presidents obama and rouhani of iran emphasizing the deal's
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advantages for their people as iranians celebrate in the streets. but there are concerns, specifically over the last few years of the 15-year deal when iran would be allowed to conduct more advanced nuclear research and eventually produce all of the nuclear fuel it wants. for the latest, let's bring in senior international correspondent nic robertson in vienna. tell us about that particular concern about the end of that 15-year window. >> reporter: sure christine. one of the things that has been nailed down in this agreement was to reduce the number of centrifuges and reduce the enriched uranium stockpile that iran has and the cut down and pathway to making a bomb clandestine efforts to break out of this agreement. right now it's assessed that these conditions that are put on iran will give the united states all its allies and partners around the world about a year's
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heads-up that iran is making a weapon if it tries to break out. but one of the things about this deal is that the centrifuges it has to use are a very old design and they are unreliable and they are inefficient. so if iran is able to use research and development and use improved technologies in the future it will be able to make a weapon much quicker and breakout could be much quicker. of course, its economy would be improved by the fact that the sanctions are being removed. it will be at a pay for all of this. so that's a concern that the further down the road you go with this agreement, some of the conditions come off. it allows this research and development and iran can be in a much better position to make a bomb if it so desires. christine? >> it's interesting, nic. what strikes me about this deal and the sales job both countries are trying to do now, when you look at the fact sheet from the iranians and the fact sheet from the white house for reporters, each emphasizes something different and that was sort of the point of this deal that each
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could go home and sell it as a win for their country? >> reporter: absolutely. you heard the iranian president on national television yesterday telling his country that sanctions were lifted for good. secretary kerry and the u.s. fact sheet point out the sanctions can be snapped back on. the wording tells you everything in the details of the agreement here. sanctions will be fully lifted after eight years. the snap-back facility is a very strong talk to ensure that iran complies. the language is different to sell it to both sides there. it's what the international atomic energy agency has theory. they are going to be the inspectors in iran. very fine compliance. also trying to verify that iran is not trying to break out with some clandestine mechanism to make a bomb. it's the details in that here that appear to be strong on paper. will iran follow through and match what it said in these
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meetings? that is the real test. >> there are no guarantees that iran won't cheat but there is an inspection regime that the iaea is hopeful will be able to constrain. thank you very much, nic robertson. the white house well into its campaign to sell this iran deal. the president determined to win over the american public and win over skeptical democrats and win over the fiercely opposed republicans. >> and that is why the deal that we have out there, in my view, from what i know about it thus far, is unacceptable. >> it would aim at the best deal acceptable to iran, rather than one that might actually end iran's nuclear program. >> opponents in congress have two months to review and debate the deal and possibly vote to stop it. senior white house correspondent jim acosta has more. >> reporter: christine, there's a full-court press here at the white house in selling this nuclear deal with iran. later today, president obama will defend the agreement at a news conference here at the white house. that will be just after vice president joe biden spends the morning briefing house democrats
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on this deal. the president's global pitch has already begun. he has made calls to israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu, leaders in europe and vaush saudi arabia's king and leaders in congress. lawmakers on capitol hill have 60 days to review and block this deal, but the white house is taking comfort in the fact that much of that time is spent in the lawmakers' august recess and pushing a likely showdown to september and a showdown the president says he is ready for. >> i'm confident that this deal will meet the national security interests of the united states and our allies. so i will veto any legislation that prevents the successful implementation of this deal. >> reporter: but the big question comes down to this, do the deals opponents in congress have the two-thirds vote needed to override a presidential veto? one white house official told me they don't believe the opposition will be able to clear that hurdle. that means the president, as he likes to say, he will live long enough to see whether or not this deal fails. it is all but certain, he'll have that chance. christine?
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>> thanks for that, jim. some of the most opposition to this deal is coming from israeli. hours after the agreement was signed, israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu called it quote, a historic mistake. he said on israeli tv, the lifting of sanctions would provide iran ith a dangerous jackpot, hundreds of billions of dollars. >> this cash bonanza will fuel iran's terrorism worldwide, its aggression in the region, and its efforts to destroy israeli, its efforts to destroy israeli, which are ongoing. >> the obama administration quick to respond. secretary of state kerry calling the israeli prime minister's comments, quote, way over the top. joining us now from jerusalem, cnn's erin mclaughlin with the latest on reaction in israeli and around the middle east. two longtime rivals who have not seen for years and months not seen eye-to-eye on how to deal with iran. >> reporter: that's right, christine. if anything israeli officials
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tell me that now that this agreement has been announced, it plans to ratchet up the rhetoric. israeli officials say want to stop the lifting of sanctions and even being very vocal and calling on lawmakers to reject this deal. the leader yesterday saying he intends to go to the united states to explain the agreement. we are also hearing voices from other key u.s. allies in the region. a source inside saudi arabia calling the agreement, quote, a monumental historic miscalculation saying the deal will be met with -- with the way it was done calling it quote, a charade. some people some pretty strong words from key u.s. allies. yesterday, president obama made a series of phone calls to leaders of countries in the region including saudi arabia and mr. netanyahu taking an
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opportunity to tell president obama that it threatens israeli and the entire world. clearly, the president faces an uphill battle convincing some key u.s. allies in the region that this deal is a good idea. >> erin mclaughlin in jerusalem thank you for that. investors realize it will take months for iran to up oil prices. oil prices rebound. iran has the fourth biggest oil renks in the world and blocked from world markets by sanctions. a deal will change that eventually, adding as much as a million barrels of iranian crude to the market. right now prices are up 4% to $53 a daryl. chinese stocks are lower this morning. their economy grew 7% in the second quarter and matching the slowest growth in two decades. in europe, stocks opened lower. u.s. stock futures right now on flat and all of those markets
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are await ago vote in greece and could secure the country another bailout. the greek parliament will vote on new reform measures and it includes more severe austerity than those rejected by greek voters on july 5th. the said it's necessary to avoid exiting the euro. president obama pushing for major criminal justice reforms and made a passionate plea for new legislation in a speech to the naacp citing the plight of too many low level criminals paying too high of a price for their offenses. the president says current laws have a disproportionate impact on blacks. >> a growing body of research shows that people of color are more likely to be stopped, frisked, questioned, charged, detained. african-americans are more likely to be arrested. they are more likely to be sentenced to more time for the same crime.
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a source telling cnn that relatives and close associates of el chapo may have been plotting to break him out of prison. we get more on the search for the kingpin from cnn correspondent nick valencia. >> reporter: new images show by all accounts, the magnificent feat of architecture and a engineering complete with a ventilation system. lighting and a modified motorcycle presumably used to dig through that tunnel. the equivalent to the interior minister here in mexico said that it's likely that el chapo had help from inside that prison. we know more than 30 prison guards have been taken into custody and questioned as part of this investigation. the head of the altiplano prison has also been fired. we were able to get into that prison. we were trying to go through official channels to get access, but we were denied so we simply knocked on the front door. they took our i.d. and escorted us to another room where we handed over our belongings. then we were passed through a metal detector. as soon as we got through that first perimeter we were met by a federal police van who took us
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to a second perimeter and we were met by the current director of the altiplano prison. he was furious we were able to get that far into the prison. he asked us what organization we were with. we told him we were on cnn. he told us we were not on the list and turned us away and escorting us back with heavily armed police. if we were, as a news organization, able to get into that type of prison you know the ease that el chapo operated a man with money. if mexican authorities know anything about his whereabouts, they are not making it public. christine? >> wow. all right, nick, thanks for that. >> donald trump surging to the top of the crowded republican presidential field in a new poll. the "usa today" poll says 17% say trump is their first choice for the gop nomination. jeb bush second at 14% and scott walker in third at 8%.
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u.s./mexico border, steinle called it irrational and not making sense. in johnson county kentucky two people were killed and six remain missing due to severe storms. 150 homes were damageestroyed and several other were severely damaged. this was the scene in michigan after a twister touched down early tuesday. trees uprooted and crops damaged. you can see some damage to the homes. one woman takes us through her harrowing experience. >> the house started moaning really loudly. then my ears popped. and i've never seen a tornado or it was very dark out, so i basically just said, we need to get downstairs and started running down the stairs. >> most of that severe weather now moving into the southeast. for the latest forecast let's get to meteorologist pedram javaheri. >> wild overnight conditions over the southeast.
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our weather producer jeb jones capturing incredible images out of atlanta. look at the wind reports stretching across eastern half of the country. 326 of them causing some damage across the region. 36 large hail reports and four reports of tornadoes as well. that line right there, a squall line pushing through the greater atlanta area, significant damage in a few spots because of the straight line wind and lightning strikes occurred and causing house fires over the suburbs of atlanta over the last several hours. look at the perspective. eastern portions of tennessee and eastern kentucky and southern indiana and on up towards ohio upwards of 6 inches of rainfall over the past three days over this region. tremendous rainfall, of course. again, it's humid and it's very, very hot across the region as well. we think another funnel future will scoop on by the next several hours and spark additional thunderstorms and flooding that still exists over the region. across the i-95 corridor from
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philly to new york we will begin to see the wet weather push through as well. >> thank you for that. the american league looking for a third straight all-star game victory and home field advantage in the world series again. how did the mid summer classic turn out? andy scholes has the bleacher report next! when broker chris hill stays at laquinta and fires up free wi-fi, with a network that's now up to 5 times faster than before you know what he can do?
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brain cancer. hill helped raise more than $1 million to fight pediatric cancer and her family will be in attendance tonight. sure to be emotional night. kaitlyn jenner will make her first public appearance to accept the arthur ashe courage award and most of her children and stepchildren will be on the stage along with her so it's going to be a very interesting night. >> interesting night, indeed. thank you for that andy scholes. the iran nuclear deal has been signed. but the fight is far from over. president obama is selling the agreement to congress and to world leaders today. the details in the deal that are causing so much controversial, though, that's ahead.
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celebration and anger. following a nuclear deal with iran, we now know the details and it's causing controversy here at home and around the world. today, president obama trying to sell that deal to congress. can he do it? live team coverage begins now. welcome back to "early start." i'm christine romans. 30 minutes past of the hour. happening now, reaction from around the world over that nuclear deal with iran. praise and criticism. now that we know what is in the 109-page agreement. presidents obama and rouhani of iran emphasizing the deal's advantages for their people, as iranians celebrate in the streets. but concerns also mounting specifically over the last few years of the 15-year deal when iran would be allowed to conduct more advanced nuclear research
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and eventually produce all of the nuclear fuel it wants. for the latest, let's bring in senior international correspondent nic robertson in vienna. tell us about those concerns nic. >> reporter: yeah. what happens is that the more research and development iran does the better its technology becomes. one of the constraints of the agreement right now is they have to use the old technology to enrich the very limited amount of uranium they have at the moment. that means that we can measure the amount of time it would take them to break out to make a weapon to about one year. but if they get better technology they are more efficient in their centrifuges and enrichment process, of course that time comes down to make a weapon. and that is going to be one of the major concerns. so it comes down to the fundamental of trust that. are they committed to not make ago weapon in future or just committed to getting out from under sanctions? >> what do we know about inspections? what do we know about any kind of guarantees that the iranians
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aren't, you know, breaching this deal? >> reporter: sure. i mean, what the iranians have signed up for here is what every country around the world agrees to work with the international atomic energy agency the world's nuclear watchdog signs up to but additional steps bolted on the back that have. number one, the inspectors have the right to ask for wherever they want to go to provided they have a basis and concerns about nuclear technology and includes military sites and the fact that iran wants to designate military sites but what the inspection system is a very very rapid recourse to snap back on sanctions. fourteen days after the inspectors are not allowed into a site it goes to a commission and that commission operates for seven days and then three days later, triggers a snap-back on of sanctions. this is the sort of enforcement measure behind the inspection system that is designed to make
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sure that iran complies. >> nic robertson in vienna thank you. this morning the white house is well into its campaign to sell the iran deal. the president determined to win over the american public. skeptical democrats and fiercely opposed republicans. >> and that is why the deal that we have out there, in my view, from what i know about it thus far, is unacceptable. >> it would aim at the best deal acceptable to iran, rather than one that might actually end iran's nuclear program. >> opponents in congress have two months to review and debate that deal and possibly vote to stop it. senior white house correspondent jim acosta has more. >> reporter: christine, there's a full-court press here at the white house in selling this nuclear deal with iran. later today, president obama will defend the agreement at a news conference here at the white house. that will be just after vice president joe biden spends the morning briefing house democrats on this deal. the president's global pitch has already begun. he has made calls to israeli prime minister benjamin
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netanyahu, leaders in europe and saudi arabia's king and leader in congress. lawmakers on capitol hill have 60 days to review and block this deal, but the white house is taking comfort in the fact that much of that time is spent in the lawmakers' august recess and pushing a likely showdown to september and a showdown the president says he is ready for. >> i'm confident that this deal will meet the national security interests of the united states and our allies. so i will veto any legislation that prevents the successful implementation of this deal. >> reporter: but the big question comes down to this, do the deals opponents in congress have the two-thirds vote needed to override a presidential veto? one white house official told me they don't believe the opposition will be able to clear that hurdle. that means the president, as he likes to say, he will live long enough to see whether or not this deal fails. it is all but certain, he'll have that chance. christine? >> thanks for that, jim acosta. some of the most passionate opposition to the deal is coming from israeli.
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hours after the agreement was signed, israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu called it a historic mistake and said on israeli tv the lifting of sanctions would provide iran with a dangerous jackpot, hundreds of billions of dollars. >> this cash bonanza will fuel iran's terrorism worldwide, its aggression in the region, and its efforts to destroy israeli, which are ongoing. >> the obama administration quick to respond. secretary of state kerry calling the israeli prime minister's comments, quote, way over the top. joining us now from jerusalem, cnn's erin mclaughlin with the latest on reaction in iledssraeli and around the middle east. erin? >> hi christine. >> reporter: israeli officials tell us they ratcheted up the rhetoric. and a focus on the united states and some ministers calling on them to reject the deal. herzog intends to go to the u.s.
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to explain the risk of the agreement. we are also hearing from other key u.s. allies in the region. a source from inside saudi arabia called the agreement, quote, a monumental historic miscalculation and calling the deal quote, a charade. strong words from u.s. allies. yesterday, president obama made a series of phone calls to leaders of country including saudi arabia and israeli. prime minister netanyahu personally telling president obama it threatens the security of israeli and the entire world. no secret that this agreement has soured relations between the two. next week, u.s. secretary defense ash carter is expected to visit israeli to ato convince them this is a good idea not just in israeli, but some other key u.s. allies in the region as well. >> thanks for that. oil prices rebounding overnight as investors realized it would take months for iran to ramp up its oil exports.
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u.s. crude oil prices dove 2% after the news of the deal broke. why? iran has more than of the oil reserves in the world and blocked from world markets by sanctions. a deal would change that adding as much as 1 billion barrels of crude every day to oversaturated market but now they are up to $54 a barrel. china's economy grew 7% in the second quarter. that matches the slowest growth in two decade. in europe stocks are mixed. u.s. stock futures are flat. those markets all await ago vote in greece today that could secure the country another bailout. the greek palment will vote on new reform measures and the new bailout proposals are more austerity than those rejected on greek voters on july 5th. the greek prime minister defending that deal on state tv yesterday and saying it's necessary to avoid exiting the euro. president obama pushing for major criminal justice reforms. he made an impassionate plea for
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a new legislation in the naacp on tuesday citing the plight of too many low level criminals paying too high of a price for their offenses. the president says current laws have a disproportionate impact on blacks. >> a growing body of research shows that people of color are more likely to be stopped, frisked, questioned, charged, detained. african-americans are more likely to be arrested. they are more likely to be sentenced to more time for the same crime. >> the remarks coming on the heels of the president commuting the sentences of 46 nonviolent drug offenders. on thursday, he'll go where no sitting president has gone before. he will visit a federal prison in oklahoma to talk more about reform and criminal justice policy. two months after learning that the personal information. 21.5 million americans were compromised in a hack of government computers, officials say none of the people affected
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just released surveillance video shows the exact moment when mexican drug king joaquin "el chapo" guzman escaped from his prison cell. you see him pacing back and forth. he leans forward and then he is gone. a source telling cnn that relatives and close associates of the prison may have been plotting to break him out of prison. we get more on the escape and search now of the kingpin from cnn correspondent nick valencia. >> reporter: new images show by all accounts, the magnificent feat of architecture and a engineering complete with ventilation system. lighting and a modified
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motorcycle presumably used to dig through that tunnel. the equivalent to the interior minister here in mexico said that it's likely that el chapo had help from inside that prison. we know more than 30 prison guards have been taken into custody and questioned as part of this investigation. the head of the altiplano prison has also been fired. we were able to get into that prison. we were trying to go through official channels to get access, but we were denied so we simply knocked on the front door. they took our i.d. and escorted us to another room where we handed over our belongings. then we were passed through a metal detector. as soon as we got through that first perimeter we were met by a federal police van who took us to a second perimeter and we were met by the current director of the altiplano prison. he was furious we were able to get that far into the prison. he asked us what organization we were with. we told him we were with cnn. he told us we were on the list and turned us away and escorting us back with heavily armed police.
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if we were, as a news organization, able to get into that type of prison you know the type of access and ease that el chapo operated. a man with incredible influence and money. if mexican authorities know anything about his whereabouts, they are not making it public. christine? >> what a remarkable story, nick. take a look what is coming up on "new day." hi there. >> great to see you, christine. how are you? reaction is pouring in on the iran nuclear deal from all sides. we have quite a lineup of guests this morning. first up former secretary of state madeleine albright. we also have israeli's ambassador to the u.s. and senator tom cotton leading the charge against this nuclear deal. also the man who was secretary kerry's right hand man during all of these negotiations he'll be here to tell us what that screaming match in the hallway was about and whether or not it almost scuttled the deal. also we will have a former cast member from "the cosby
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>> donald trump surging to the top of the crowded republican presidential field in a new poll. the "usa today" poll says 17% say trump is their first choice for the gop nomination. jeb bush second at 14% and scott walker third at 8%. the news for trump is not as good in a head-to-head matchup with hillary clinton. he trails her by 17 points. in an interview tuesday with cnn's dana bash, trump tried to set america straight on why he is running for president. >> reporter: a new poll just came out saying that 40% of republican voters think that you're just doing this for publicity. >> that's what i don't understand. >> reporter: how do you change their minds? >> i think it's a great thing for me. >> reporter: why? >> because a lot of those people want to vote for me, but think i'm doing this for publicity. the fact that is one i was very surprised at. why would i be doing this?
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i take abuse from everybody and i'm doing this for fun? this isn't fun. i want to make america great again. those 40% are people that would vote for me. that's the thing i like about it. remember, before i announce, everybody say he is never going to announce. i announce. then they say i will never sign the form two weeks ago and i signed it. now over the next couple of days, i'm putting in my financials which will show an unbelievable company. unbelievable. >> reporter: can you give me a teaser? >> no, i can't. but you'll see the next day or the next day. it's an unbelievable company. far greater and i built that. i built that. and this is what this country needs. >> trump is expected to make the financial disclosures to the federal election commission today. the brother of a san francisco woman killed by an undocumented immigrant is criticizing donald trump for using his sister's death to punctuate trump's political message painting immigrants who enter the u.s. as criminals. anderson cooper questioned brad steinle about what he thinks trump using his sister's story.
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>> reporter: this is a hard question and you don't have to answer it. do you feel like donald trump is using your sister? >> in a way, yes. sensationalizing it is not the route we would like to go. >> reporter: so your message to donald trump would be what? >> if you're going to use somebody's name and you're going to sensationalize the death of a beautiful young lady, maybe you should call and talk to the family first and see what their views are. >> asked about trump's plan to keep undocumented immigrants out by building a bigger fence along the u.s./mexico border, steinle called it irrational and not common sense. five people reported hurt in a plan explosion in newport, washington. officials say the cause was some kind of chemical explosion but they don't know the exact cause, but a chemical explosion is the suspicion here. two of the victims have been
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let's get an "early start" on your money. stocks on on waning streak. markets fourth straight day of gains on tuesday. the nasdaq and s&p 500 higher. right now futures are flat this morning. investors have a look at to look to today. a vote in greece that could secure the country another bailout. earning season has begun, of course is the report card for companies. so far it's been pretty good for bank stocks. shares for both jpmorgan and wells fargo rose on positive results. bank of america and delta airlines and netflix also report today and the fed chief appearing before congress the next couple of days so may get more news on interest rates. the government says honda discriminated against minorities. the investigation found minorities played 150 to 250 more than white borrowers over
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the life of a loan regardless of the credit score. the company denied it practiced discrimination. but said it will pay relief to thousands of minority car buyers. will online deals today be bigger than black friday? that is what two of the world's biggest retailers are claiming. 12:01 pacific time this morning amazon launched prime day in honor of its 20th anniversary. amazon will have blow-out deals on thousands of products only for prime members. walmart says it will have atomic online discounts for everyone. and it's going to lower its shipping costs. even with competition, amazon investors really like this news. the stock jumped 2.2% yesterday for a record high close. surveillance video capturing the very moments before mexican drug lord broke out of prison. "new day" picks up that story right now. >> just released surveillance
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video shows the very moment el chapo escaped from his mexico security prison cell. >> the ventilation system light and a modified motorcycle presumably used to dig through that tunnel. the world is a much more dangerous place today than it was yesterday. >> we have cut off every pathway for iran to develop a nuclear weapon. >> the deal we have out there is unacceptable. we should not tolerate conditions in prison that have no place in than civilized country. >> we have now in our country, 25% of the world's prisons. >> what we are really doing is putting more band-aids on a system that has a real infection. >> we crashed and i was the only one that made it out. >> as they came out of the clouds she said all she saw was trees. >> it is definitely a miracle that she survived. this is "new day." good morning. welcome to "new day."
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july 15th, 6:00 in the east. el chapo is caught but only on surveillance video. footage capturing the drug lord before he busted out of his prison cell. 's where the escape hole was. >> how did he remove a tracking bracelet before escape sng we'll show you more of the startling video. also new information suggesting u.s. drug agents knew a prison break could be in the works. they warned mexican authorities about it last year. cnns national correspondent, polo sandoval is live with the developments. good morning, polo? >> reporter: hey alisyn good morning. these photos extremely critical to the investigation as they show the moments leading up to el

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