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taking campaign contributions. hillary clinton got angry. >> i really don't think these kinds of attacks by insinuation are worthy of you. enough is enough. if you have something to say, say it directly, but you will not find that i ever changed a view or a vote because of any donation that i ever received. so i think it's time to end the very artful smear that you and your campaign have been carrying out in recent weeks. let's talk about the issues. >> let's talk about why in the 1990s wall street got deregulated. did it have anything to do with the fact that wall street providing spending billions of dollars on lobbying and campaign contributions? well some people might think, yeah, that had some influence. >> reporter: it was a risky move for clinton who is trying to
extinguish the bern in new hampshire who has a 2 to 1 lead in the new cnn poll. she is trying to stop his momentum nationally. during the debate, she flashed anger over sanders calling her a moderate. saying a progressive is someone who likes to make progress. she addressed the 13-year-old vote to go to war in iraq. saying a vote in 2002 has little to do with fighting isis today. the two talked about the close results in the iowa caucuses and the report that the sanders' camp may be prepared to challenge the results, but sanders took a pass saying a few votes here and there is not the biggest deal in the world and they essentially tied. john and christine. >> eric for us in new hampshire. let's talk about this debate and all the political action. a lot more going on. we have tom lobianco joining us from washington. tom, good morning to you. this debate was a different
hillary clinton. not content to sit back and wait until more favorable political terrain. she seemed to have an answer for everything he said. this was an exchange on who was more establishment and her response. watch. >> secretary clinton does represent the establishment. i represent, i hope, ordinary americans and by the way, who are not all that enamored with the establishment. >> senator sanders is the only person who i think would characterize me a woman running to be the first woman president as exemplifying the establishment. i have to tell you it is really quite amusing to me. >> so tom, hillary clinton down 30 points in the latest cnn/orc poll in new hampshire. what is she trying to do here? >> she has to put a dent in
that. you know, the funny thing is both sides downplayed what the expectations are. you know, you could argue whether or not successfully. she has to put a dent in that. she has to move past this. a lot of this -- you don't want to just hang it up in new hampshire. she made that point. they do need to have a strong showing here and put it away later in nevada and south carolina. a lot of this is setting up this counter. you know, it was interesting how much she really came back at him in a way that her campaign had been doing before, but now it is her doing it directly. >> she had new ammunition last night over the e-mail and receiving classified or later marked classified on a personal e-mail address and e-mail server in her home. listen to what she said about that. >> we had a development in the
e-mail matter today when it came out that secretary powell and close aides to secretary rice used private e-mail accounts. now you have these people in the government who are doing the same thing to secretary powell and secretary rice's aides. they have been doing to me. i never sent or received any classified material. they are retroactively classifying it. i agree completely with secretary powell who said this is an absurdity. the american people will not it is an absurdity. i have no concerns about it whatsoever. >> is that new ammunition for her? will this put it to rest? it is not a big deal among democrats among the general election. >> well, that certainly helps her. you know, coming out like that and calling it an absurdity.
being able to point to two republican secretaries of state where this happened. you know, what it really does is it sets up further down the road. it assuages the concern and the drip, drip, drip comment she responded to. effectively they trust her on this. that's not the question. the question is will this hurt her electability. this is her electability question. >> a lot of developments on the republican side of the race also. donald trump, still the frontrunner in new hampshire, sat down with anderson cooper last night. it was a very different tone from donald trump. he wasn't complaining about the results in iowa anymore. listen to this. >> you've basically accused him of fraud and stealing the
election in iowa. talk about wanting a new election there. have you spoken to republican party officials about that? >> look, i'm into new hampshire now. it is one of those things. i said a lot of strange things. i like ben carson and he got roughed up. i'm so much because i have been here for two days. i'm so much into this and new hampshire that i just don't care about that anymore. >> do you think ted cruz intentionally was spreading false information? >> i don't care. >> i don't want to talk about the iowa controversy, tom, but the new sunnier we saw with anderson cooper and the engaged donald trump we are seeing in new hampshire. >> it is strange. it almost sounds like atonement. you know, in that same interview, he talked about his brother and why he doesn't drink and about his brother's own drug
problems and how much that influenced him. i don't want to say i don't think anyone has ever accused donald trump of being soft. that was a softer side. that's been consistent with his tone in the last few days. it's almost like they realize they need to do something different here. they are clearly changing it up. the bluster is gone. >> can we quickly listen to barbara bush? she was on the campaign trail with jeb bush. talking about family and bringing out a new piece of ammunition. let's listen. >> jeb is the nicest, wisest, most caring, loyal, disciplined -- that's good. not by me, but he's not a
bragger. we don't allow that. but he's decent and honest. he's everything we need in a president. >> you know, if you are jeb bush, you are trying to decide how to use your family and how to embrace the name. you know, this is the new strategy for them, it looks like. >> they got to do something here. you know, new hampshire, he's put everything in there. the other establishment/moderate candidates put everything in there. this is a focus on south carolina. the bushs feel they have a chance down there. george bush did really well down there. if you are going do it, you have to do it now. we're right in the middle of the game. for him, you could argue this is not the ninth inning, but perhaps the seventh inning.
>> i wonder how many events she has been in. >> i think he is hoping to get on the field and take a few swings. tom lobianco, thank you. nine minutes past the hour. time for an early start on your money. asian stocks are lower. europe markets are moving up. so are dow futures. a good day on wall street yesterday. stocks higher for the second day in a row. the dow gained 80 points. the one factor that could move the market is the government jobs report. here is the prediction from cnn money. 197,000 jobs added in january. the unemployment likely stayed steady at 5%. one thing to watch is if the mild winter helped or hurt jobs. utility companies are hiring fewer people, but retail stores are hiring more. people are willing to travel and shop more. >> it hasn't been that bad so
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there is no indication that mosquitoes in florida or elsewhere in the united states is transmitting zika. state and local governments are working to get ahead of the virus. they want to make sure the appropriate resources are in place in case we see an outbreak. that is why a state of emergency declared in the five florida counties effected. here is what the governor has to say. >> we will get ahead of this. will make sure our visitors are safe and residents are safe. it is the right thing to do. prepare for the worst and hope for the best. >> reporter: florida is asking for additional zika tests. those tests can tell if someone had zika in the past. they want more kits to test for active cases. the zika mosquito is commonly found in florida. john and christine. >> alina, thank you. developments in the
investigation of the flint water crisis. the attorney general says he expects the probe to reach back ten years. now state government e-mails reveal senior officials knew about a potential link with lead contaminated water in flint and a spike in legionnaires' disease long before the governor made it public last month. on thursday, the michigan senate approved $30 million to pay the water bills of flint residents. the bill is expected to pass the house next week. welcome news for porter ranch, california. the gas leak forced more than 4,000 families in the area to relocate. the company socal gas is expecting two dozen lawsuits. rain and sleet and snow along the east coast this morning. let's bring in meteorologist derek van dam for that. >> good morning, john and
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cnn's eric bradner was at the debate in new hampshire and has the latest. >> reporter: john and christine, we're days away from the new hampshire primary. the gloves were off. sanders hit hillary clinton accusing her of being influenced by wall street for taking speaking fees and campaign contributions. hillary clinton got angry. >> i really don't think these kinds of attacks by insinuation are worthy of you. enough is enough. if you have something to say, say it directly, but you will not find that i ever changed a view or a vote because of any donation that i ever received. so i think it's time to end the very artful smear that you and your campaign have been carrying out in recent weeks and let's talk about the issues. >> let's talk about why in the 1990s wall street got deregulated. did it have anything to do with
the fact that wall street providing spending billions of dollars on lobbying and campaign contributions? well some people might think yeah, it has some influence. >> reporter: it was a risky move for clinton trying to extinguish the bern here in new hampshire where sanders has a 2 to 1 lead in the cnn poll. she is trying to stop his momentum nationally. she flashed anger over being called a moderate. she offered a new response to sanders' criticism to her 13-year-old vote to go to war in iraq. saying a vote in 2002 has little to do with fighting isis today. the two talked about the close results in the iowa caucuses and the reports that sanders' camp may be preparing to challenge the results or ask for them to be reexamined. sanders took a pass saying that a few votes here and there is not the biggest deal in the
world and they essentially tied. john and christine. >> thanks for that, eric. helping us to assess the debate and political action is tom lobianco. we talked about the criticism and how she pushed back on that. i want to talk about how she represents the establishment and the back and forth with sanders. listen to this. >> secretary clinton does represent the establishment. i represent, i hope, ordinary americans and by the way, who are not all that enamored with the establishment. >> secretary sanders is the only person who i think would characterize me a woman running to be the first woman president as he can exemplifying the establishment. and it is really quite amusing to me.
>> secretary of state hillary clinton gets the point on that one, don't you think? >> absolutely. what is interesting is it wasn't just a rebuttal to sanders, it was a clever way to bring up something that her campaign has always left implicit. if she is elected, it would be history making. you know, she would be the first woman president. that is not something she talks about all the time on the trail. it is not a huge talking point they use. so that was two birds with one stone there. >> hillary clinton facing a lot of heat over the e-mail controversy. it doesn't seem to go away. yesterday, the clinton campaign feels it got good news. news that the intelligence committee retroactively classified e-mails and the secretary of state colin powell and secretary of state condoleezza rice as well. >> we had the development in the
e-mail matter today when it came out that secretary powell and close aides to former secretary rice used private e-mail accounts. now you have these people in the government who are doing the same thing to secretary powell and secretary rice's aides, they have been doing to me. i never sent or received any classified material. they are retroactively classifying it. i agree completely with secretary powell who said this is an absurdity. i think the american people will know it is an absurdity. i have absolutely no concerns about it whatsoever. >> it is interesting. the democratic primary this is not as much about the e-mails and if she is telling the truth or not. it is about electability. they are concerned it will hurt her later on. >> absolutely. one of the things that is hanging out here that is of
concern is whether or not the internal investigation going on right now, the government investigation of e-mails yields anything or leads to anything further down the line. once the nominee has been determined, that's lingering out there. this is very effective. it is not just her saying it now. now she can point to former secretary of state colin powell saying the exact same thing. in a lot of ways, making her case for her. not just as secretary of state, but also a republican. >> let's talk about the republicans here. last night, a remarkable interview and i would not say a new tone from donald trump. >> it is a new tone. >> he sat down with anderson cooper. he really has iowa in the rear-view mirror and a new candidate heading into new hampshire. listen to what he said. >> you basically accused him of fraud stealing the election in iowa. have you spoken to republican
party officials about that? >> look, i'm into new hampshire now. it is one of those things. it was sort of a lot of strange things. i like ben carson very much. he got pretty roughed up, frankly. it affected me maybe more than ben. i'm so much because i have been here for two days, i'm so much into new hampshire that i just don't care about that anymore. >> do you think ted cruz intentionally was spreading false information? >> i don't care. >> it's like i'm in new hampshire. i changed from country to rock 'n' roll. i'm into west coast rap now. i'm into new hampshire. >> you know, that new tone from him. it is donald trump accoustic. his tone is just softened incredibly after iowa. this is more evidence. in that same interview, he talked personally about his
brother, fred, with the drug addiction problems and how that contributed to his personal decision not to use alcohol and not to drink. it is a different donald trump right now. you know, i don't want to say atonement, necessarily, but he seems to know that he has to soften it up somehow. >> new hampshire is a different state for donald trump and for all the candidates. on the subject of family, you brought up fred trump. let's talk about jeb bush. he brought out his mother. let's watch barbara bush. >> jeb is the nicest, wisest, most caring, loyal, disciplined -- that's good. not by me. but he's not a bragger.
we don't allow that. he's decent and honest. he's everything we need in a president. >> i couldn't tell reading bush's body language if he enjoyed that moment. this is a move he clearly thinks is necessary, but not without some risk, tom. >> absolutely. they have to play it now. you know, if you had any questions about it before, it's too late in the game to think about holding anything back. you know, it is interesting. listen to that dry humor and wit she has. it really in a lot of ways cuts through the tenor of the rest of the 2016 cycle. he is doing this now where he will have this george w. bush right to wise super pac which
has cut an ad with his brother, the former president, that will start airing in south carolina. there is a big focus on south carolina right now. they have to put some points on the board and bring out the bush family and bush legacy. that's focused there. >> tom lobianco, thank you. this morning, federal officials calling for enrollment for the third year of obamacare is successful. 12.7 million people signed up for coverage. about 3/4 of those signed up through the federal health care change. let's check your money. asian stock markets are lower. u.s. stock futures are up a bit. good day on wall street. stocks up for the second day in a row. dow up 80 points. nasdaq managed a small win. big prices, or moves in oil, kept markets on edge.
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this morning, growing concern over the fast spreading mosquito-borne zika virus. two officials in brazil report two cases passed through blood transfusion. this casts a shadow on carnival as tourists head to rio. workers have been spraying the streets with insecticide. we should learn more today from the cdc about the number of zika cases in the united states. florida expanded the public health emergency. we have alina machado with more on that. >> reporter: we know none of the cases involve pregnant women and four of the cases are here in miami-dade county and lee and santa rosa as well as broward counties. there is no indication that the mosquitoes here are transmitting zika, but state and local governments working to get ahead of the virus. they want to make sure the
appropriate resources are in place in case we see an outbreak. that is why a public health emergency was reported in the five counties. here is what the governor has to say. >> we will get ahead of this and make sure residents and visitors are safe. >> reporter: the state of florida is asking the cdc for additional testing kits. they want 1,000 anti-body tests. they want to tell if someone had zika in the past. they also want 4,000 more kits to test for active cases. the mosquito that typically carries zika is found in florida. john and christine. thank you. new developments in the investigation into the flint water crisis. the attorney general says he expects the probe to reach back ten years. now state government e-mails reveal senior officials knew
about a link with contaminated water in flint and spikes in legionnaires' disease before the governor made it public last month. on thursday, the senate in michigan approved $30 million to pay the water bills of flint residents. that's expected to pass the state senate next week. welcome news for residents in porter ranch, california near los angeles. a ruptured natural gas well leaking since october could be sealed by next week. the gas leak forced more than 4,000 families to relocate. the company is facing more than two dozen lawsuits filed by residents and public agencies. a second virginia tech student natalie keepers is charged with accessory of murder to a teenager girl is held without bail. 13-year-old nicole lovell was buried thursday. keepers and david eisenhauer
planned to kill and dispose the body in a fast food restaurant. investigators believe eisenhauer had an i honappropriate relationship with lovell and she planned to expose it. six bodies found in a house in the city's gage park neighborhood in chicago. the investigators say the bodies had signs of trauma. they may have been stabbed. the ex-girlfriend of johnny manziel tells police he dragged her by the hair and hit her and threatened to kill her and himself. manziel denies any wrongdoing. he has not been charged. the cleveland browns already expected to cut ties with him. let's take a look at what is coming up on "new day." we have alisyn camerota with more. >> happy friday.
we will break down the highs and lows of the democratic debate last night. hillary clinton defending her record against bernie sanders. we will look at performances and who made the impact with voters ahead of tuesday's big vote. also, chris is live in santa clara, california getting ready for super bowl 50. he is not playing in it. previewing the big game for us and bringing us everyone's favorite part of the night. the ads. >> everyone's favorite part of the night? >> maybe i'm editorializing. my favorite part is the nachos. >> beer with the nachos. the halftime show is pretty good. >> what is wrong with you people? who are you people? we'll see you soon. what is your plan for the day after the super bowl? will you make it to work? you will be surprised with how many people take the day off.
breaking news this morning. a u.n. human rights body ruled that julian assange is arbitrarily detained. he is holed up in the ecuadorian embassy in london. he is wanted for questioning in a rape case in sweden. despite that, british authorities say they will arrest him if he walks out the embassy dors. we have more on this story with cnn's nima elbagir. >> reporter: as we last speak, we have seen police outside the embassy doors. we have heard this is a vindication of the handles of the u.k. authorities in the case
and the swedish prosecutor's investigation. we asked her about any potential next steps, but she said we will need to wait and hear what julian assange has to say when he speaks later this morning. the british foreign office has released a statement in which they say they are planning to formally contest this, christine. vigorously deny the charges of the arbitrary detention. they say julian assange has voluntarily detained himself. he is free to walk out of the ecuadorian embassy behind me. if and when he does, they will wait to arrest him as required to under the auspices of the europe wide deportation order and arrest warrant. it seems the ball is in julian assange's court. whether this will be anything more than just a moral boost to his cause here, christine. >> remind everybody the background of the story. he is known as the wikileaks founder. he faces this investigation in
sweden over rape. >> reporter: he does. and two of the four charges pending against him have actually had to be dropped because the statute of limitations have passed. in the most serious charge of rape. there are four years remaining in that and the swedish prosecutor's office said this is their biggest fear. that while the u.n. panel experts have been debating julian assange's human rights, they are concerned about the women who brought the charges to court. a lot of controversy and debate about whether he should have been arrested to be questioned and if that respects his human rights. the swedish prosecutor's office telling us, christine, they sought for over a year to question him in that building behind him. the ecuadorian authorities are not giving him that opportunity. >> nima, thank you for bringing us the latest in that case. let's get an early start on your money. asian markets mostly lower.
european markets higher. all of this can change in just a few hours. today is the monthly jobs report. the biggest economic report in the world basically. cnn money predicts 197,000 jobs added in january. jobless rate likely stayed steady at 5%. applications soaring at george washington university. the school ditched the s.a.t. requirement last year and applications spiked 28%. that is about 6,000 more students compared to last year. gw saw more applications from african-american and hispanic students and also from students who would be the first in their family to go to college. experts say s.a.t. requirements discourage low income and minority students from applying. gw is the latest school to go test optional. they focus on grades and the like. planning to skip work monday because of sunday's big game? you will not be alone.
16.5 million people may miss work the day after the super bowl. 10.5 million workers asked for the day off in advance. those who manage to make it to work, 7.5 million of them will show up late. 58 minutes past the hour. hillary clinton and bernie sanders debate one-on-one for the very first time. sharpening their attacks and defense. "new day" picks it up now. >> i never sent or received any classified i never september or received any classified material. doing the same thing to secretary powell and secretary rice's aides. >> one of the things we should do is not only talk the talk but walk the walk. >> i'm number one in new hampshire. will you please keep me there? this is ridiculous. >> donald trump is very rattled
right now. >> we're going to win with the military and knock the [ bleep ] out of isis. >> my crowd sizes aren't normally this large. i wonder why? super bowl 50 is on track to be the most expensive sporting even in u.s. history. >> this is "new day" with chris cuomo, alisyn camerota and michaela pereira. it is 6:00 in the east but still 3:00 a.m., still party time where i am, on the west coast for super bowl 50. we have a lot to tell you with with game. the gloves are off on the democratic side of the presidential election. hillary clinton and bernie sanders exchanges big barbs last night in a debate about who is
progressive and who is best for the job of being president. a big praise of the night is artful smear. hillary clinton telling bernie sanders to lay off. >> we are going to get to that momentarily. over on the republican side, donald trump says he's moving past his calls for a rematch in iowa. instead, he is focusing on new hampshire and changing his playbook there. trump is ahead of the pack with the primary four days away. let's begin with john berman with highlights from last night's debate. >> now for something completely different. first of all, only two candidates on the stage. that made a big difference. secondly, for those who thought hillary clinton might be patient, might wait until she got to favorable political terrain and not take on bernie sanders until then, they know that notion is gone. >> three days after barely winning iowa, five d