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you will be able to purchase tickets for the december 18th opening. "early start" continues right now. >> the feud intensifies with donald trump and jeb bush. fighting terrorism, 9/11. whether george w. bush kept us safe as president. and the benghazi committee. hillary clinton testifies on thursday. committee chairman swears this is not just about politics. he is fighting mad. good morning. welcome to "early start." i'm john berman. >> i'm christine romans. it is 5:00 a.m. in the east. there are new developments in the escalating feud with donald trump and jeb bush. trump pinning responsibility for 9/11 on george w. bush.
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jeb bush says his brother kept america safe. this started with a washington post interview and trump said you always have responsibility because you are president. trump claims his tough immigration policies would stop hijackers from ever boarding the planes. and jeb bush fighting back last night in texas. our athena jones was there. she has the latest. >> reporter: good morning, john and christine. six gop candidates spoke at the faith and freedom coalition forum at a mega church outside dall dallas. they talked about the importance of faith and life. they talked about views on abortion and religious liberty. it was an important opportunity for candidates to appeal to christian conservatives who are very important part of the republican primary electorate. the candidates did not launch attacks against one another, the pastor who was leading the forum, jack graham, weighted into the feud between donald
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trump and jeb bush about whether george w. bush kept america safe. take a listen. >> by the way, george w. bush did keep us safe no matter what anybody says. >> reporter: that comment from the pastor got a standing ovation. a sign that the crowd at this mega church sides with bush on this issue and not with trump who had this to say about it on fox news sunday. >> jeb said we were safe with my brother. we were safe. well, the world trade center just fell down. now, am i trying to blame him? i'm not blaming anybody. the world trade center came down. when he said we were safe, that's not safe. we lost 3,000 people. probably the greatest catastrophe in this country. >> reporter: bush responded on state of the union. >> my brother responded to a crisis and he did it as you hope a president would do. united the country. he organized our country and kept us safe. there is no denying that. the great majority of americans believe that.
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>> reporter: bush said by repeatedly bringing up 9/11, trump is showing he is not a serious person. he said he has grave concerns about trump being in charge of nuclear weapons and trump, who is now the gop frontrunner, will not be the party's nominee. >> athena, thanks. the chairman of the house benghazi committee is telling other republicans to shut up about hillary clinton. the comments from trey gowdy. gowdy right there. he is trying to argue the committee is not designed as political takedown of clinton as a couple of republicans have stated. >> i really don't know what to expect. i think it is pretty clear that whatever they might have thought they were doing, they ended up becoming a partisan arm of the
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republican national committee with an overwhelming focus on trying to as they admitted drive down my poll numbers. i have already testified about benghazi. i testified to the best of my ability before the senate and house. i don't know that i have very much to add. this is, after all, the eighth investigation. >> gowdy says he is less interested in clinton's e-mails and e-mails of the ambassador chris stevens. stevens sought additional security before he was killed in the benghazi attacks. let's bring in chris frates with more. >> reporter: good morning. gowdy says the e-mails will demonstrate stevens requested for security. gowdy says the e-mails show a disconnect of what was happening in libya and what was going in
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washington. stevens wanted more security in the response to the growing violence and washington wanted help with how to spin the increasing violence. the e-mails have not been released, but here is how gowdy put it. >> he needed help with security, john. he not need help with pr. he was asking for more security. on one occasion, he even joked in an e-mail maybe we should ask another government to pay for security upgrades because our government is not willing to do it. >> reporter: despite previous investigation into the benghazi, gowdy says his committee was the first to get the stevens e-mails. now when it comes to political, he had some choice words for republican colleagues. he was taking aim at house members who suggested the committee was designed to damage hillary clinton's run for president. >> i have told my own republican colleagues and friends shut up talking about things you don't know anything about. unless you are on the committee, you have no idea what we have
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done and why we have done it and what new facts we have found. we have found new facts, john, that have absolutely nothing to do with her. >> reporter: tough words for his republican colleagues and good reasons. clinton and other democrats used gowdy's comments against him. clinton used comments to discount the committee's work arguing the panel is just an arm of the republican national committee. gowdy was trying to return the conversation to benghazi and away from the campaign trail ahead of the clinton testimony this week. >> chris, thank you. bernie sanders is in iowa this morning. on top of the huge rallies, he has been staging for months, sanders is now doing smaller events aimed at proving he is
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electable. he is reveling in the "saturday night live" special with the larry david doppelganger. >> i don't have a super pac. i don't even have a backpack. i own one pair of underwear. that's it. some of these billionaires, they got three, four powairs. >> i am told i don't have a sense of humor. so i'll start off with a joke. you ready for a joke? here is the joke. my name is larry david and bernie asked me to do this. that's the joke. so when people tell me i'm ultra serious and grumpy, you tell them you heard me tell a joke. >> they sound exactly alike. >> both born in the '40s. jewish kids from brooklyn.
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larry david wrote for "saturday night live" and got one sketch on. now he will be the biggest thing on "saturday night live." you have not seen the last of it. >> bernie sanders gave another joke at another event. he said he has two pair of underwear. he did actually buy a suit when he became senator. >> he is a funny guy. democrats anxiously waiting to hear from joe biden and if he is planning to run for president. he attended mass in the afternoon on sunday. he heads back to washington with a full schedule of events on climate change and reception for the uso. congress returns from recess this week. house republicans hoping to identify the next speaker. paul ryan is the top choice of many. he still has not said he is interested in that job. a growing number of house republicans plan to oppose him if he runs. top al qaeda leader, we
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u.s. asian shares ended the day lower. chinese economy grew 6.9% in the third quarter. a bit better than expected, but the slowest growth since 2009. china stock market has collapsed this year. all signs of a slow down. america's least favorite ceo is furious are bernie sanders. remember martin shkreli? his company increased the price of a drug 5,000% overnight. shkreli donated money to sanders which sanders rejected. he took that donation and gave it to a health clinic instead. shkreli tweeted so angry at bernie sanders i could punch a wall. bernie sanders does not want to
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the power of prayer and happy that lamar odom was smiling after meeting with her and kendall. kardashians don't want the brothel owner speaking out. he is not listening and he is speaking out and spoke about the $75,000. >> it is his decision. the girls asked him. how long do you want this? and these are the things that determine the price. he says i want to pay $75,000. i'll give each one of you $37,500. i want you to be with me four or five days 24 hours a day. later on, the next day, he asked them to sign a confidentiality agreement. >> hof adding it is unusual for anyone to sign a confidentiality agreement at his love ranch.
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as for lamar odom, indications he is improving, including being able to say hi to his estranged wife khloe kardashian. thank you. police in st. cloud, minnesota investigating the fatal shooting of a police officer in a hospital room. the police officer was overpowered by a suspect who was in the hospital. danny leroy hammond wrestled the gun from him and fired several shots. police in florida are hunting for a killer who opened fire on the crowd in the zombie-con festival. the shooting happened before the event ended at midnight.
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the victim was attending with his girlfriend. the obama administration taking aim at rogue drones. a task force requiring all drones to be registered with the transportation department. that follows a number of security incidents involving drones. previously, commercial drones had to be registered with the faa. four days after mud ran through the neighborhoods, the roads are opening again. crews used heavy machinery to excavate cars and trucks. officials in los angeles county are opening roads 40 miles north of the city. temperatures are falling fast across the east. there were flurries in my backyard. >> it should be breaking news. let's go live to christine romans backyard. >> let's go live to pedram javaheri. >> john and christine, good morning. yes, the cold air is felt across
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the country. a stretch of 1,100 miles from mississippi to new england seeing the frost advisories and freeze warnings in place across the region. temperatures about 10 to 13 degrees below normal. boston, 32. 45 is normal. new york city is 32. look how quickly the cold air departs. high pressure establishes itself. we have clear nights, but clear days. warm air developing over the region. we are talking about temperatures getting up quickly from 53 today in new york to 68 eventually. we get up to room temperature on wednesday afternoon. even d.c. out of the 50s into the mid-70s. in the midwest, temperatures warming up. 54 yesterday in milwaukee. should be close to 70 this afternoon. chicago also warming up to 73 by this afternoon with mild air looking to settle from wednesday to the latter portion of the
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patriots and colts faced each other since the deflategate started months ago. >> coy wire has more in the bleacher report. hey, coy. >> good morning. a lot has happened in the past nine months. fines and suspensions and appeals. one thing remains same. tom brady and the patriots. colts fans pumped. indy led 21-20 at the half. and then cover that guy. that is tom brady to rob gronkowski. here we go in the third. colts let the air out of the building with the worst designed play. the line up for the fake punt. the wide receiver and defensive back get paid to snap or receive a snap. it doesn't end well. the patriots stay perfect.
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34-27. cold and blustery. daniel murphy takes jake arrieta yard. he has gone yard not once, twice, but four straight playoff games and counting. mets score winning 4-1. a 2-0 series lead. they are halfway to punching their ticket to world series. tomorrow night, the confines of wrigley field. royals and blue jays tonight. sad news we have to report, but bring awareness to the family and friends mourning the death of a texas high school football player. 16-year-old cameron matthews collapsed on friday night. the school district said the junior came off the field complaining he did not feel right. he was air lifted to a local hospital. tests show he had minimal brain activity. he was pronounced dead on saturday afternoon.
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the sixth death of a high school football player this season. he was described as a great kid and athlete and strong in his faith and friend to many. a go fund me page is set up for his family. >> the pictures of the field. coy. 25 minutes past the hour. feud with donald trump and jeb bush taken to a new level. the candidates now fighting over 9/11 and whether it could have been prevented. next.
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trump versus bush. no, not the one running for president. the one who was president. why is donald trump taking on george w. bush over september 11th? are benghazi investigators out to get hillary clinton? now with the leader on the investigation defending his work. welcome back to "early start." i'm christine romans. >> i'm john berman. 29 minutes past the hour. the question is has donald trump touched the third rail in republican politics. talking about 9/11 and whether then president george w. bush bears responsibility for the attacks. this is person because there is another bush on the ballot this year and jeb is fiercely defending his brother. trump said you always have responsibility because you're the president. the billionaire suggested the attacks might not have happened had he been president because
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his tough immigration policies would have stopped the hijackers from boarding the planes. jeb bush fired back on cnn. overnight, received an unexpected interesting boost at an evangelical forum in texas. athena jones was there. >> reporter: six candidates were at the forum at the mega church outside dallas. they talked about the importance of faith and public life. they talked about views on abortion and issues like religious liberty. it was an opportunity for the candidates to appeal to christian conservatives. the candidates did not go after each other or launch attacks, the pastor who was leading the forum, jack graham, weighed into the feud with donald trump and jeb bush about whether george w. bush kept america safe. take a listen. >> by the way, george w. bush
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did keep us safe no matter what anybody says. >> reporter: that comment from the pastor got a standing ovation. a sign that the crowd at this mega church sides with bush on this issue and not with trump who had this to say about it on fox news sunday. >> jeb said we were safe with my brother. we were safe. well, the world trade center just fell down. now am i trying to blame him? i'm not blaming anybody. that's not safe. we lost 3,000 people. one of the greatest catastrophe ever in this country. >> reporter: bush responded on state of the union. >> my brother responded to a crisis and he did it as you would hope a president would do. he united the country and organized the country and kept us safe. there is no denying that. >> reporter: bush also said that by repeatedly bringing up 9/11, trump is not a serious person. he says he has grave concerns about trump being in charge of
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nuclear weapons and trump, now the gop frontrunner, will not be the party's nominee. >> thank you. the chairman of the house benghazi committee is telling other republicans to shut up. the comments from trey gowdy as clinton is set to testify on thursday. gowdy saying this is not desi designed as a takedown of hillary clinton. it is a claim that clinton endorsed in the interview with jake tapper. >> i don't know what to expect. i think it is pretty clear whatever they might have thought they were doing, they ended up becoming a partisan arm of the republican national committee with an overwhelming focus on trying to as they admitted drive
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down my poll numbers. i have already testified about benghazi. i testified to the best of my ability before the senate and house. i don't know that i have very much to add. this is, after all, the eighth investigation. >> gowdy says he is less interested in clinton e-mails than e-mails of the u.s. ambassador chris stevens. he sought additional security before he was killed in the benghazi attacks. for more, let's bring in chris frates in washington. >> reporter: good morning. gowdy said the e-mails will demonstra demonstrate stevens requested more security in libya. gowdy says stevens wanted more security with the growing violence and washington wanted help with spinning the growing
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violence. >> he needed help with security, john. he didn't need help with pr. he was asking for more security. and on one occasion, he joked in an e-mail maybe we should ask another government to pay for security upgrades because our government is not willing to do it. >> reporter: despite previous investigations into benghazi, gowdy said the committee's work is not political. when it comes to political, he had choice words for republican colleagues. he was taking aim at house members who suggested the committee was designed to politically damage hillary clinton's run for president. >> i told my republican colleagues and friends shut up talking about things you don't know anything about. unless you're on the committee, you have no idea what we have done or why we have done it or what new facts we have found. we have found new facts that have nothing to do with her.
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>> reporter: so tough words for his republican colleagues and good reason. clinton and other democrats used gowdy's colleagues words against him. the number two republican in the house said this helped drive clinton's poll numbers down. another republican said this was designed to go after clinton. clinton used the comments to discount the committee work and arguing the panel is an arm of the republican national committee. gowdy was trying to return the conversation to benghazi and away from the campaign trail. john, christine. thanks, chris. bernie sanders is in iowa this morning trying a new strategy. on top of the rallies, he is now doing smaller events. he wants to show voters he could be electable in the primary and general elections. bernie sanders also just reveling in the special "saturday night live" treatment he received with larry david
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standing in as separated at birth version of bernie sanders. >> i am the only candidate up here who is not a billionaire. i don't have a super pac. i don't even have a backpack. i own one pair of underwear. that's it. some of these billionaires, they got three, four pair. >> i'm told i don't have a sense of humor. so i'll start off with a joke. you ready for a joke? here is the joke. my name is larry david and bernie asked me to do this. that's the joke. so when people tell you i'm ultra serious and grumpy, you tell them you heard me tell a joke. >> i am going to tell a joke. >> i am not ultra serious and grumpy. he said he has two pair of underwear. >> you go to any candidate web
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site. >> he also has a suit. >> i hope he has more than just the underwear. democrats anxiously awaiting to hear from biden. they are still waiting. the vice president spent sunday in delaware and attended afternoon mass. he heads back to washington with a full schedule of events on climate change and reception for the uso. congress returns from a week long resecess this morning. republicans hoping to identify a speaker this week. paul ryan still not saying he wants the job. time for an early start on your money. european stocks higher. u.s. stock futures are down. asian shares are down. the big news, china posting 6.9% growth in the third quarter. that sounds good when you look at 2% in the united states. when is it a bad thing? the lowest since 2009. china is still growing the
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fastest of any major economy. that growth is slowing. investors are anxious to see if china can manage this into a soft landing and not something painful for the economy. police raiding the french headquarters of volkswagen into the admissions cheating scandal. european officials are looking for documents to see who knew what and when. vw is being investigated in the u.s. police search for a shooter behind the attack at the zombie festival. we will tell you what investigators are uncovering this morning. that's next.
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this morning, police in florida are hunting for a killer who opened fire on the crowd of the zombie festival in ft. myers minutes before the event ended on saturday. hundreds of people in zombie theme costumes were fleeing in terror. we get more from cnn's jason carroll. >> reporter: still no word on the motive or responsible for the shooting. police released the name of the man killed. his name is xpaviuos taylor. he spoke to his aunt who said he was at zombie con with his friends. she believes he was in the wrong place at the wrong time. police say the shooting happened
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at 11:44 p.m. saturday night. that's when they first got the call. that's when the shots rang out. this event attracted 20,000 people. it was so crowded, people were standing shoulder to shoulder. police got to the scene and found taylor was fatally shot and five others were hurt. their injuries described as non-life threatening. you can imagine there were a number of people out with cell phones. one bystander actually captured the sounds of the gunfire as it erupted. [ gunshots ] >> four or five shots. pop, pop, pop, pop, pop. the guy fell right their rigr t front of me. >> reporter: the organizers of zombie con said they are deeply
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saddened with what happened at the event. they take the safety of the patrons seriously and take precautions and hiring security and police officers for the event. the prayers go out to the family members and individuals involved in the incident. taylor's aunt tells me he attended college in miami at this point. the family now headed to ft. myers, florida. christine and john. >> jason, thank you. police in st. cloud, minnesota are investigating the fatal shooting of the officer by a patient he was guarding in the hospital room. 60-year-old deputy steve sandberg was overpowered by the suspect who was receiving treatment in the hospital following a domestic dispute. danny hammond wrestled the officer's gun and fired several shots. police used a taser on hammond who later died.
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the obama administration taking aim at rogue drones. asking for a task force to require all drones to be registered with the transportation department. this follows a number of incidents. four days after a river of mud ran through the streets, many roads in southern california are open again. crews worked through the weekend with heavy machinery to excavate dozens of cars and trucks buried in mud. the areas in los angeles county are reopening stretches of roads 40 miles north of the city. a new deadly attack in israel this morning. violence escalating over the weekend. we are live with the new details next. you tuck there. if you're a toe tucker... because of toenail fungus, ask your doctor now about prescription kerydin. used daily, kerydin drops may kill the fungus at the site of infection and get to the root of your toe tucking.
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this morning, tension and concrete wall rising in east jerusalem. violence over the weekend. attacker opened fire at a bus station. an israeli soldier killed and arab gunman killed as well. israeli police building a concrete barrier in one neighborhood. this comes as secretary of state john kerry is meeting with the palestinian president and israeli prime minister this week. let's go to jerusalem and phil
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black. phil, we have details on the attack. it started with the murder of another israeli soldier. >> reporter: that's right, john. a man is accused of walking into the bus station and shooting israeli soldier at close range and taking his m-16 and using that in a shootout with israeli police. the attacker was killed in the instance. in the panicked scenes that followed, another innocent victim as well. security video from the site shows a man crawling away. he was a migrant who was shots moments later by an israeli security guard at the site. more disturbing is what happened next where other video shown on social media shows him being kicked physically and verbally abused and injured on the ground and later taken to hospital and died. israeli police are searching for those responsible for beating
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that man. it is yet another sign of the anger, fear that is everywhere across the region at the moment after more two weeks of regular street attacks. most of them involving knives wielded by young palestinian men. it has had a considerable cost. eight israelis killed in the attacks. the death toll in the attacks and israeli response and clashes with israeli forces over the same period of time of time is now 44 dead. a great deal of violence still continuing in the region and it shows no sign of deescalating anytime, john. >> the secretary of state john kerry meeting separately with the palestinian leader and prime minister. they are not talking to each other in a substantive way. no sign that is about to happen anytime soon, is there? >> reporter: no, there isn't.
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that is what is missing from here. the grievances have not changed. at the moment, there is no sense of a peace process working forward. there is no sense that these two sides, leaders, are prepared to work together to deescalate things. i think what secretary kerry is hoping to do is ask both sides to take a step back and use language to their own people calling for something of a pause and calling for an end to the violence that we have been seeing here with such regular ty. >> phil black, thank you. 52 minutes past the hour. "star wars" fans, today is a big deal. we will tell you where "the force awakens" is being revealed. ch hased except... it feels different. now you press lightly to peek... and deeper to pop. it changes how easily you can peek a flight. check a post... search for dinner... oh, you guys are gonna love that place!
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after a dvt blood clot.mind when i got out of the hospital what about my family? my li'l buddy? and what if this happened again? i was given warfarin in the hospital but i wondered if this was the right treatment for me. then my doctor told me about eliquis. eliquis treats dvt and pe blood clots and reduces the risk of them happening again. not only does eliquis treat dvt and pe blood clots, but eliquis also had significantly less major bleeding than the standard treatment. knowing eliquis had both... turned around my thinking. don't stop eliquis unless your doctor tells you to. eliquis can cause serious and in rare cases fatal bleeding. don't take eliquis if you have an artificial heart valve or abnormal bleeding. if you had a spinal injection while on eliquis call your doctor right away if you have tingling, numbness, or muscle weakness. while taking eliquis, you may bruise more easily... and it may take longer than usual for bleeding to stop. seek immediate medical care for sudden signs of bleeding, like unusual bruising.
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eliquis may increase your bleeding risk if you take certain medicines. tell your doctor about all planned medical or dental procedures. eliquis treats dvt & pe blood clots. plus had less major bleeding. both made switching to eliquis right for me. ask your doctor if it's right for you.
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welcome back. i'm christine romans. let's get an early start on your money. u.s. stock futures barely moving. that could change. big earnings reports out for morgan stanley and halliburton.
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growth slows overseas. china announced 6.9% growth last quarter. the lowest since 2009. major concerns of the ability to ease its slowing economy to a soft landing. "goosebumps" got a top spot at the box office. it brought in $23.5 million. it beat tom hanks and matt damon. two big advantages. halloween around the corner and nostalgia for the '90s. now the '90s kids. how about the '70s, '80s. "star wars" fans. pay attention to monday night football. trailer for "the force awakens" will debut at halftime. until now, two short teasers have been released.
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"the force awakens" is the first edition. what is happening? could he be back? this is the $4 billion purchase of lucas films by disney. you will be able to buy tickets some time after the trailer debuts. >> can we keep watching this? this morning, a disturbance in the political force. a new cnn poll out in two minutes. reveals americans who won the first democratic presidential debate. "new day" starts right now. >> hillary clinton winner of the first democratic debate. at least according to the latest cnn/orc poll. >> anyone who looks at what i have fought for, knows i have been steady. >> do you blame george w. bush for 9/11? >> we were not safe. >> my brother responded to a
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crisis and he did it you hope how a president would do. i'm angry with the direction of the country and i blame politicians. >> there's a lack of focus on solutions. >> what sorts of things have politicians promised they would do when they get to washington and not deliver. >> and el chapo guzman got hurt. >> injured in his face and leg. >> a lot of people have a financial stake of el chapo being on the run. this is "new day" with chris cuomo and alisyn camerota and michaela pereira. >> good morning. welcome to "new day." it is monday, october 19th. 6:00 in the east. we have the first national polls, cnn's record-breaking democratic debate. not joe biden. hillary clinton is the winner according to the cnn/orc poll. we have insights of what is working for voters. take a look. democrats say clinton was a
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winner by a 2 to 1 margin. she has a 16-point lead over bernie sanders. there is also insight in the poll into biden's potential as which issues voters feel are most important and which candidates they think are best equipped to handle things like gun violence and the economy. let's take a look. 71% of voters say they like their choices now. 30% say they are not very satisfied. if joe biden does not jump into the race, clinton's lead over sanders widens to 23 points and the vice president's window may be closing. a slim majority of democratic voters now believe he should not enter the race. a lot to talk about this morning. >> absolutely. let's do that with cnn senior political correspondent brianna keilar live in washington, digging deep into the numbers. what do you see, my fr

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