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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 days before daunting odds in new hampshire,
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hillary clinton clearly decided she could not wait until day to fight back. >> i really don't think these kinds of attacks by insinuation are worthy of you. >> the battle, who is the real progressive and who is beholden to the establishment? >> i am a progressive who gets things done and the root of that word is progress. >> hillary clinton does represent the establish. i represent, i hope, ordinary americans. who are not all that enamored with the establishment. >> clinton now seems to think it is worth the risk. >> senator sanders is the only person who i think would characterize me as a woman running to be the first woman president as exemplifying the establishment. that is amusing to me. >> being part of the establishment is the last
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quarter having a superpac to raise $15 million from wall street. >> enough is enough. if you have something to say, say it. i never changed a vote because of any donation that i ever received. i think it is time to end the artful smear that you and your campaign have been carrying out in recent weeks and let's talk about the issues that divide us. >> sanders was only too happy to talk about those divisions, not just on wall street donations but then senator clinton's vote to authorize the iraq war. >> experience is not the only point. judgment is. once again, back in 2002, when we both looked at the same evidence about the wisdom of the war in iraq, one of us voted the right way and one of didn't. >> a vote in 2002 is not a plan to defeat isis. we have to look at the threats we face right now.
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and we have to be prepared to take them on and defeat them. >> clinton tried to use new information to defuse the controversy over using her private e-mail server as secretary of state. >> 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. >> they refused to pounce on the e-mail questions, though he noted the opportunity is out there. >> i will not politsize it. i have refrained from that.
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>> john berman, do not go anywhere. anchor for time warner cable news, errol luis and maeve reston. >> some of that you can give credit to the moderators who let them talk. there were exchanges where minutes would go by without the moderator saying anything. they traded accusations. they responded directly to one another. they established a tone more heated. there is a lot more at stake now. with the moderator out of the way, you got to hear the issues. it was less personal. but real interesting and important issues. if you take $675,000 in speeches,st that pie you? it is an open question. it was very well debated last night. >> that was a very delicate
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tango over the money with clinton saying, maeve reston, say what you mean. it is undo influence. what are you hearing about how they want to negotiate the space between these candidates? one of the reasons errol is right is because they are not complete opposites. what do you hear about the state of balance? >> well, i mean, it's a tough balance. it's hard for both candidates to figure out exactly how far to go. i mean, you think bernie sanders campaign is trying to say they are running a campaign just on the issues. they aren't going after her personally. the idea that he's been running a smear campaign i think is a st step too far by clinton. but it is something that matters to voters on the trail. they like bernie sanders's positive.
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he has a delicate line to walk here. people liked it when he backed off on the e-mail issue. they think he is honorable, a person with integrity. it is hard for him to go too far with her on these attacks. that is to her advantage. you saw her come back really hard at him last night. >> that was a different response, john, she had ever given before about say it. what do you want to say about me taking from the banks. and you couldn't tell if they were mad at her for the reaction or his smear? >> the electricity of the moment. if i had to score who they were with at the moment, bernie sanders. i think they thought hillary clinton was pushing it a bit too far. but the signal from the clinton campaign she is looking now past new hampshire firmly, right? she announced she is going to
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flint, michigan. going after bernie sanders as strongly as she did in new hampshire. new hampshire is more of a gun state. she is trying to send the signal to nevada. i now am taking bernie sanders seriously. i am going to battle him more aggressively. this is the campaign you will see when it comes to your doorstep. >> errol, if you look at the poll numbers -- go ahead, maeve. >> that's her whole campaign here. she's the fighter. she can do this. she made these progressive changes in the past. he's all talk. for her to show toughness and go after berne where sanders is probably a good line of strategy for her to take particularly as she is trying to convince voters will be the stronger candidate up against the gop nominee.
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>> right. but errol, she has to battle the perception being reality. that will be her balance. do you think the best thing that happened for her fate in new hampshire, despite the yawning gap in polls was something that wasn't about the debate. it was the news about powell and rice and what e-mails may have been later classified as confidential information within their own experience as secretary of state. >> you know, what's interesting about that, chris, nothing factually has changed about that. the clinton camp has been saying this all along. what happens in the way of classified material, sometimes it is after the fact. it is very frustrating and difficult to get across. certainly the republicans don't get back into the niceties about when things have been classified. just that it was classified and
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maybe she's going to go to jail. as someone revered as colin powell helps her make her case in a way she wasn't able to do better. a good stroke of luck for her and something they should have turned to a long time ago. this was known for weeks now. instead of floundering around, she's kind of getting her footing on this. >> what do you think about that? now that it has been revealed, not only powell, but condoleezza rice or people connected to her, had classified information on their personal accounts and they took speaking fees after they were secretary of state. >> those are two separate things. bernie sanders isn't talking too much about the e-mails. on the e-mails, democrats don't care about e-mails. they're not bothered by the
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notion of what she did send or receive. what they're worried about is it makes her tarnished down the line. it opens the door to them say, hey, maybe this bernie guy is not so bad. maybe he is more electable. that's why the e-mail issues help her. on the speaking fees for secretary of state, the problem with that is the facts -- they're not against her, but the facts are the facts. she took big time speaking fees. she's going to have to find a way to take that issue. >> panel, we're going to call on you so stick around. >> you can buy a house for that amount of money. >> they are hand somely rewarded for those speeches. one day after ted cruz stealing the election in iowa and demanding a rematch, donald
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trump says he's over it. his main focus now, new hampshire. a new poll shows trump is holding his lead among republicans in the granite state. a battle for second emerging with marco rubio moving up in the polls. good morning, sunlen. >> reporter: good morning, michaela. donald trump is toning down his rhetoric, backing off attacking ted cruz and recalibrating a bit here on the ground in new hampshire to campaign in a much more traditional way. going into the nation's first primary next tuesday, the gop candidates are taking new hampshire by storm. >> february 9th you've got to get out and vote. no matter where you are, no matter how you feel. i don't give a damn. >> reporter: ramping up ground game, a lesson learned after second place in iowa. he fired up the crowd with one
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message. he's in it to win it. >> we're going to win on health care. we're going to win with the military. we're going to knock the [ bleep ] out of isis. >> reporter: the latest cnn poll shows trump maintaining his lead among granite state voteers. rubio surging to second place. ted cruz downplaying his third place status. >> if momentum were measured by the media, marco rubio would already be the nominee. >> reporter: attacks on trump. >> donald trump is very rattled right now. he he told the entire world he was going to win iowa. and then he didn't win. >> god bless the great state of iowa. >> reporter: just awe day after accusing the senator of stealing those votes, he is now telling
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anderson cooper he's over it. >> i've been here now for two days. i'm so much into this and into new hampshire that i don't care about that anymore. >> but you think ted cruz was intentionally -- >> i don't care. let's see what happens. i guess people are looking at it. who cares. >> lindsey graham, who endorsed jeb bush, blasting both candidates, calling trump's views on foreign policy jibberish. >> if you're a republican it is the different bit poison or shot. you're still bit. >> as they duke it out, the battle is really heating up and it really escalated the last 24 hours with marco rubio remaining target number one. >> it gets more interesting every day, sunlen. thanks so much for that background. jeb bush turned to his family for his faltering campaign. his mom joining jeb on the
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campaign trail last night and his brother george w. to make his debut in a new tv ad. good morning, athena. >> reporter: good morning. this campaign doesn't even include his famous last name. now he is embracing it like never before. this is a campaign pulling out all the stops on tuesday. if jeb bush struggled to spark the excitement we have seen from some of his competitors, his mother brought out a crowd that jeb noted was a lot bigger than usual. listen to what she had to say. >> jeb is the nicest, wisest, most caring, loyal, disciplined -- that's good. not by me. >> and jeb isn't just looking to
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his popular 90-year-old mother for help. former president george w. bush is stepping up in a new ad from the right to rise superpac. take a listen to that. >> i know jeb. i know his good heart and his strong backbone. jeb will unite our country. he knows how to bring the world together against terror. he knows when the tough measures must be taken. >> bush is in double digits according to the latest poll. but he is still in fifth place behind rubio and kassig, who candidates he would like to beat or not lose to badly. he has promised to surprise the world on tuesday. >> there may be a lot of surprises on tuesday. we will be on the road. if you're in new hampshire, stop by the waterworks cafe to say hi. a u.n. panel's rule that
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we're going to start winning again. we're going to win on trade with these other countries that are ripping us off. we're going to win on health care. we're going to win with the military. we're going to knock the [ bleep ] out of isis. we're going to knock the [ bleep ] out of them. >> he is telling cnn's anderson cooper he doesn't care about the alleged voter fraud anymore. remember, he couldn't stop accusing ted cruz of that just yesterday. let's discuss the state of play. we have with us errol louis, john berman and maeve reston. good to have all three of you. errol, what do we know now? not only is this about the steve
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king tweets, a dedicated -- what would you call him sur gate and supporter of ted cruz. we have the allegations about the campaign coordinating this message that carson is gone. does this tarnish trusted or is it politics as unusual and trump is moving around. >> this is trump first time campaigner is you don't go back. you don't get to do a do-over. you don't get bogged down in who does what. there are more races to be fought. him finally sort of giving up on that and moving on is him learning there are just some things that apart going to work i think he just kind of intuitive that the crowds of new hampshire do not care about some allegation about what somebody said about ben carson in a long
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ago caucus 72 hours ago. >> it was a crisis of voter fraud on wednesday. now he is moving past on friday. do people not care? are they that fickle. >> he said i'm off the caffeine. but he just decided midday. i think he got what he wanted on the ted cruz thing nationally. i think new hampshire voters don't want to talk about iowa. nationally it became an issue. it was talked about for two days. what did ben carson say or not say about whether he will forgive ted cruz or not. donald trump got everything he can get out of it and needs to focus on new hampshire. and he's got a challenge in new hampshire. expectations challenge. people assume he is not just going to win there but he is going to win big. so how much does he have to win by in order for it to be considered a success for marco rubio if he finishes second or third?
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oh, marco rubio showed up. he won again. donald trump i think is trying to milk every vote he can. >> so let's play off j.b.'s word of expectations there, maeve. you see a third of the new hampshire voters are still open to their choice, right? that is a pretty good unknown going into it. how does that couple with what lindsey graham said yesterday, "the master" of the artful smear. when you look at cruz and trump, it's a question whether you want to be poisoned or shot in the general election. either way you're still going to die. >> lindsey graham. nobody the does that the better, right? so i think what's so interesting, i was out with all four of the establishment candidates, kasich, rubio, jeb. they are getting big crowds. and the thing to remember about new hampshire voters not only are many of them still open, but many flip and change their minds
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on the last weekend. we have seen this over and over again the last couple of presidential cycles. so there really is an opening here and potential liability for trump for people to say, hey, okay, marco came out strong out of iowa. so i will give him another look. his event that i was at yesterday, people couldn't get in. they were all outside listening. and i think that there's also, you know, a huge crowd for jeb bush. so a lot of people are getting down to the wire saying, okay, maybe trump isn't in syringvini. you are seeing a fluid race on the ground in new hampshire. the voters are deciding between three or four candidates. one exchange with chris christie where the woman told him she was deciding between rubio, kasich and christie. he went through this whole
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exchange trying to change her to vote for her. she said i'll let you know monday after kasich. >> it is interesting to hear maeve say jeb got a huge crowd. why is jeb bush turning to his family, mom barbara and george w.? >> it will go down as one of these important calculations you wouldn't expect from someone playing politics at this high level. it reminds me when al gore didn't want to campaign with bill clinton. everybody understood why. everybody understand why it was jeb! the family was seen too much of a thing of the past. the strategists were well paid to say that. but he is popular with certain segments of the republican base that jeb bush needed to connect
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with. he probably all along should have had the family out there with them. his mom is a rock star with the republican base. he wants seniors to vote for them. nothing wrong with reminding them about the good old days when it was his father or brother who was president. again, an understandable miscalculation. but it may be i think to correct it at this point. >> yeah. you know, j.b., you know how the media is. if he brought him out sooner, it would have been pandering. put your big brain on this. marco rubio is being established now as the establishment candidate. how did a guy who was elected as a tea party choice who doesn't believe or accept the science in global warning, who is not in favor of any deviants on
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abortion. how is he considered a moderate? >> i'm not so sure his views are that different from where the center of the party is. number two, what you see is you see a party that wants to win in november. and the party leaders, i think the members of congress, i think members of the conservative establishment media and those people exist have all universally decided that marco is their man. and they are going to do everything and anything they can do to get him elected. i think the cries -- >> signs of global warming. >> marco rubio thinks what he thinks. who is going to stand up and say he's wrong? you don't see that anywhere. it's not surprising at all they have chosen him to go forward. >> john, maeve, errol, thank you for your insight.
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well, hillary clinton is apparently not the first secretary of state to receive classified e-mails on a personal account. the inspector general says colin powell and condoleezza rice and staffers received information on private accounts. it is interesting. >> we're talking about two e-mails that colin powell received on his private e-mail account now deemed classified. and 10 classified e-mails by close aides to condoleezza rice when she was secretary of state. powell is and rice dispute these by the internal watch dog. he said "i have reviewed the messages and i do not see what makes them classified. if the department wishes to say a dozen years later they should have been classified, that is an open that i do not share. rice's office said she never used e-mail at all and the
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messages in question didn't include intelligence information when they were sent to her aides. clinton says the rhetoric supports exactly what she was talking about. take a listen. >> now, you have these people in the government doing the same thing to secretary powell and rice's aides, which is i never sent or received any classified material. they are retroactively classifying it. i agree completely with secretary powell month said today this is an absurdity. >> unlike her predecessors, clinton set up a private server th handled all of her e-mails. and sparring over wall street during last night's debate. clinton accusing him of an artful smear. how damaging are these wall street attacks in we'll explore that.
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the business model of wall street is fraud. it's fraud. >> all right. no holds barred during last night's debate. one of the big topics, wall street and its affect on the middleclass. let's cut through the spin. cnn global economic analyst and assistant manager at time warner
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magazine. so ties to wall street. that is a very hard term right now during this election. in fact, let me play for you hillary clinton and bernie sanders back and forth about this last night. listen to this. >> being part of the establishment is in the last quarter having a superpac that raised $15 million from wall street, that throughout one's life raised a whole lot of money from the drug companies and other special interests. >> and i just absolutely reject that, senator. and i really don't think these kinds of attacks by insinuation are worthy of you. and enough is enough. if you've got 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. >> okay. so as a financial analyst, who
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wins at this point? >> i think sanders supporters think he won and clinton supporters think she won. hillary's view has been more nuanced. bernie sanders talks a lot about breaking up the big banks. it's possible we need to do some of that. hillary goes farther and says we need to deal with monopoly power. this comes down to a trust issue. do progress if's think hillary is really going to push on banks when she does get wall street money and donations a little bit can kael. >> and the reason they think she wouldn't is because she has gotten speaking fees. >> there is a historic break in the democratic party going way back to her husband's
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administration. there is a legacy of that under her husband. some progress if's feel concerned how she is going to approach wall street going forward. >> if i'm ceo of goldman sachs suppressed his own concern about bernie sanders. listen to this. >> it has the potential to be a dangerous moment not just for wall street, not just for the people who are particularly targeted but for anybody who is a little bit out of line. we had a moment in time where people are -- it's a liability to say i'm going to compromise. >> what's he saying there? >> i think he is saying please don't break up the big banks. >> i knew there was a subtext. >> it sounds like he is saying bernie sanders is too far to the left. ye >> yeah. his message is cut and dry.
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he is saying they have more power than they did before the financial crisis. that's true. breaking up big banks is not the way to break up the larger systemic problems we have in the financial system. that is 40 years of small changes in a lot of different areas. not just deregulation of banking, tax codes, corporate compensation. that is something hillary is addressing. >> at the end of the day, are they that far off in terms of their financial economic policy. >> one of the things is we don't know so many of the specifics of what he is proposing. he is saying break up the big banks and the depression era banking regulation. that's the regulation that would have separated commercial banking. it is a wonderful life from riski trading. that was under bill clinton. that is something a lot of people would like to see brought back in modern form. she is saying, no, we need to go much further and regulate hedge
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funds and talk about monopoly powering other big industries. we need to talk about share buybacks. the truth is both have a point >> great to have you here. thanks so much for being here on "new day". michaela. >> you're like a genius. it's amazing she has that affect on all of us. remember the pharmaceutical executive who jacked up an aids drug by 5,000%? he didn't have is a whole lot to say on a capitol hill hearing. but he certainly could not resist leashing on twitter. ♪ ♪ lease a 2016 lincoln mkx for $399 a month only at your lincoln dealer.
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good to have you back with us on "new day". upping the ante in the first and final debate before the new hampshire primary. accusing him of artfully smearing her campaign by suggesting she's controlled by political donations. sanders refusing to back down from h. u.s. intelligence officials believe there are 6,000500 isis fighters operating libya as it becomes harder for them to enter libya purchase. embattled drug executive martin skrel lly pleading the fifth on capitol hill. they want to know why he raised
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the drug from $13.50 to $700. he refused to answer on the advice of his lawyers. oh, he had plenty to say on twitter when the hearing was over, tweeting, hard to accept these 'em about sills are running our deposit >> bei bei outside for the first time at the sittimithsonian natl zoo. the 5 1/2 old cub. his little paws can't get enough grip. >> i want you to know, america, we ran this when chris was not here. he thinks these beautiful
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peaceful animals. >> are wild animals? yes. >> do you know there is a winter storm warning? it is apparently snowing outside right now. an intense snowstorm is moving through. chad myers, i thought you were going to flip that switch for us. >> yes. >> what happened? >> cuomo told me to push some buttons. i said to my wife, hey, he's always pushing my buttons. boston, you're getting 5 to 9 inches of snow. it's 33 and snowing in new york city. it is warm enough to be melting on the way down. here is your winter storm warning. itst look like the snow is coming down and sticking to the grass only. you can see columbus circle. it is just wet. if you're walking around on the grass, so is your dog, you'll enjoy the snow. at least for now it will just be wet. by 4:00, 5:00 tonight, all the big cities, as the sunsets will
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be cold enough to refreeze some of that water. here comes your snow for the next couple of hours. it is all gone by 6:00 tonight. we will pile up around five inches in boston. less in new york city, 3 to 5 there. a bitterly cold week is coming up. >> the fact is, chad, it is still winter as much as we thought it was spring. it is still the middle of winter. >> particularly in new hampshire where a lot will be happening. let us head out to sunny san francisco, which is a funny thing to say because you're probably under a blanket of fog, right? >> in the middle of the night. but let me ask you two a question. who is your favorite? am i your favorite? >> favorite what? >> just say yes. i have a gift for you. >> yes. you are our favorite. we love you. >> look who i have? look who i have for you.
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history, history, history. this sunday broncos and the panthers face off. history on both sides. peyton manning, 39. he will be the oldest quarterback in a game. panthers, second super bowl since 2003. >> right. >> superman behind center. what do you see? >> first of all, let's talk about superman. it is easy to see why they call this guy superman. a guy who seemingly gets better and stronger with each and every single game. no quarterback or any player for that matter in the history of the game has thrown for 30 touchdowns and rushed for 10 touchdowns in a season. you're talking about 45 combined touchdowns for cam newton this
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season. this guy is seemingly unstoppable right now. you mentioned it before, chris. you talked about the old and the new. cam newton seemingly gets better each game. against peyton manning, a living legend, whose body seems to be deteriorating. >> statistically the worst season of his career. >> his mind is still dynamic. he can crush you with his decision making skills on the field. but that is what the dichotomy we are seeing there that is the of the town this week here in the super bowl. a lot of people are favoring the carolina panthers. they came out and crushed the seattle seahawks, the arizona cardinals. you have to look at this and smell upset.
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i'm going with the broncos, number one ranked this season. the last eight super bowls, six have been won by the top ranked defense. i watched that game in person, the conference championship game. they are playing at different level. i fully expect them to go out led by von miller and demarcus wear to surprise some folks and contain cam newton. >> to remember coy, it's not just this gorgeous face. he is a head crusher, safety linebacker. who would you prefer to play against? >> peyton manning he is an empty shell of what he used to be. >> and he can't beat you with his feet. >> a running quarter pack is any defender's worst nightmare. >> besides the refrigerator.
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>> that's right. >> i'm so pumped. you will be with dan marino. we have a special message from mr. marino for mr. cuomo. >> what? >> let's check it out. hey, chris. glad you arrived here in san francisco. looking forward to the show. jets fan? serious? you're a jets fan? >> he's calling you out. afc east. you're wearing your green today. >> one of the dirtiest plays in history. fake spike. where is the sportsmanship. does look like my brother, though. >> that's right. >> we came out here to do this with coy wire. dan marino. we are doing this bleacher report special with the hall of fame quarterback and a bunch of other stars. so awesome. kickoff by the bay. from levi's stadium, 2:30 eastern and pacific right here on cnn. we have a lot of big news for
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you this morning. changing the state of the play of the election. let's get right to it. >> before it was e-mails, it was benghazi. 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. this is an absurdity. >> the war in iraq, one of us voted the right way and one of us didn't. >> a vote in 2002 is not a plan to defeat isis. >> we're going to start winning again. >> he told the entire world he was going to win iowa. then he didn't win. >> i'm so much in demand for that. i don't care. >> i'm a proven leader. >> he's everything we need in a president. >> super bowl 50. denver broncos, carolina panthers. who will come out on top. >> this is "new day" with chris cuomo, michaela pereira and
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alis alisyn camerota. >> we have a lot coming up. let's get to the real news. it is now on between hillary clinton and bernie sanders. for get about feisty. they were pouncing in their first and final one on one debate in new hampshire. what was clinton's focus? she was looking at sanders's accusations, which she called an artful smear for suggesting undo influence because of her relationship in wall street, alisyn. did he make the case? >> on the republican side, donald trump claims he's moving past iowa to focus on new hampshire where a new poll has him ahead of the pack with four days to the primary. john berman has all the highlights from last night's feisty debate. hi, john. >> this was different, period. sort of a pivot point in this campaign. if you thought hillary clinton was going to wait, wait until nevada, wait until south
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carolina where the terrain gets more favorable, you do not have to wait anymore. >> three day after winning iowa, hillary clinton clearly decided she could not wait another day to fight back. >> i really don't think these kinds of attacks by insinuation are worthy of you. >> the battle, who is the real progressive and who is beholden to the establish. . >> i am a progressive who gets things done and the root of that word is progress. >> hillary clinton does represent the establish. i represent, i hope, ordinary americans. who are not all that enamored with the establishment. >> clinton now seems to think it is worth the risk. >> senator sanders is the only person who i think would characterize me as a woman running to be the first woman president as exemplifying the
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establishment. that is amusing to me. >> being part of the establishment is the last quarter having a superpac to raise $15 million from wall street. >> enough is enough. if you have something to say, say it. directly. you will not find that i ever changed a view or a vote because of any donation that i ever received. i think it is time to end the artful smear that you and your campaign have been carrying out in recent weeks and let's talk about the issues that divide us. >> sanders was only too happy to talk about those divisions, not just on wall street donations but then senator clinton's vote to authorize the iraq war. >> experience is not the only point. judgment is. once again, back in 2002, when we both looked at the same evidence about the wisdom of the
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war in iraq, one of us voted the right way and one of didn't. >> a vote in 2002 is not a plan to defeat isis. we have to look at the threats we face right now. and we have to be prepared to take them on and defeat them. >> clinton tried to use new information to defuse the controversy over using her private e-mail server as secretary of state. >> 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. >> they refused to pounce on the e-mail questions, though he noted the opportunity is out there.
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>> i will not politicize it. i have refrained from that. >> this debate was in new hampshire. you had the feeling that hillary clinton was looking ahead of new hampshire. she is going to be aggressively and aggressively making her case. she announced, which is very interesting, she is leaving to campaign in michigan in flint on sunday. that will give you a sense of where her mind is in this campaign. chris? keen insight, my friend. i like the use of the word case because there is one against here. jennifer granholm, senator adviser to the pro hillary group, correct the record. let's deal with the record right
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now. it is really cold out here in san francisco. but the race itself heating up. what hillary said last night was the artful smear. just say what you want to say. bernie sanders took a step back on that point last night. let's take a step forward right now. you take a lot of money from wall street. you got paid a ton of money, money you could buy a house with, as maeve reston said, from wall street. it doesn't smell good or give confidence that you could regulate the same people who pair you. fair criticism? >> chris, what she said is that bernie sanders has been essentially accusing her of changing her positions as a result of taking speaking fees or campaign contributions. and she said if you've got something to say, bring it on. because what she's done is proposed a more robust plan to reign in wall street than even he has. this is what their contributions got them.
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a plan that would tax high-speed trades. a plan that would increasingly enforce and send to jail violators. a plan that would beef up dodd-frank. a plan that would separate commercial banking from investment banking by reinstituting and strengthening the volcker rule, regulating shadow banking. if that's what they got for their quid pro quo for contributing, that would be a negative return on investment. >> well, governor sanders would argue that he matches that plan point for point in terms of his criteria and exceeds it. >> he does not. >> and the question would be, what can you point to that substantiates the claim that says she changed votes? >> but that's the point is that she did not. last night -- >> but he never say she did. when did he say she did?
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>> what he is suggesting -- isn't that he is suggest something that by taking these, that she cannot effectively regulate wall street. her point is i know these guys. i know their game. that's why i put forth a plan that paul krugman calls incredibly effective. the more people have praised her plan to regulate wall street than his. it is influencing her in some way, to be against them and not for them. >> okay. another big issue that came up yesterday not in the debate but in the news. yes, you and others in the clinton camp have said she is not the only secretary of state who had personal e-mail and had information come across that now after the fact is being scrutinized differently as classified. from the government side you wind up having a leak that said
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powell and rice had things come across their personal e-mail. how much is the out there in terms of her having her own server. who distinguishes her from rice, who said she didn't even use e-mail. >> she said it wasn't the best decision to have her own server. but the revelation yesterday reveals she's been accurate on two things. one is she wasn't the only one using her private e-mail. it was allowed and others did it. but second, the number of things that have been retroactively classified is amazing. and that she has been calling for the state department to release these documents because the documents now will not jeopardize national security, which is the exact same thing that colin powell is saying. over classification, basically. >> right. that has been the suggestion by clinton's camp.
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it's also what secretary powell is now saying, general powell is saying coming forward, no, don't tell me i was messing around with classified information. this was after the fact. as an advocate for clinton, make the case to the american voter that she can be trusted even though the allegation is that the private server was a manifestation of clinton paranoia and the desire to control her activities outside the scrutinizing eye of the public or the government. >> i think as she said it was not the best choice to make but it was purely just not wanting to have multiple devices. it wasn't a back room plot. she did not want technology to be confusing her life. she wanted it on one device. she wants it similar. now she wants these e-mails released. >> the ones she did not delete.
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>> there is no -- chris, the ones she did not delete? who is saying she deleted e-mails. >> that fuels a lot of speculation. off the server. >> nobody has said that. she turned over 55,000 e-mails relative to work. she didn't turn over the ones that were personal. like no other -- every state employee and federal employee has the choice of making the decision about personal e-mail. whether they use their permanent e-mail or government e-mail. she turned over all her government e-mails. now the fbi is looking at it. this is not the issue. bernie sanders even said last night this is not the issue for the democratic primary. i'm sure the republicans will continue to make an issue of it and it's not going to go away. for this primary and the debate last night, and the debate last night i thought was a terrific brawl. both of them brought a strong game. but i think secretary clinton
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ended up winning. >> governor, thank you very much for making the case. i'm not creating these accusations. they're out there. and i appreciate you answering them. >> i appreciate it. >> chris, one day after accusing rival ted cruz of voter fraud and demanding a rematch, donald trump says he's over it. the only thing on his mind is new hampshire. trump holding a commanding lead among republicans in the granite state as a battle brews for the number two spot. live in manchester, new hampshire with all the developments. what's the latest, sunlen? >> reporter: good morning, alisyn. donald trump is noticeably toning down and recalibrating just a bit on the ground in new hampshire to campaign in a much more traditional way. going into the nation's first primary next tuesday, the gop
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candidates are taking new hampshire by storm. >> february 9th you've got to get out and vote. no matter where you are, no matter how you feel. i don't give a damn. >> reporter: ramping up ground game, a lesson learned after second place in iowa. he fired up the crowd with one message. he's in it to win it. >> we're going to win on health care. we're going to win with the military. we're going to knock the [ bleep ] out of isis. >> reporter: the latest cnn poll shows trump maintaining his lead among granite state voters. rubio surging to second place. ted cruz downplaying his third place status. >> if momentum were measured by the media, marco rubio would already be the nominee. iowa demonstrated the media doesn't get to pick the
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republican candidate. >> reporter: attacks on trump. >> donald trump is very rattled right now. he he told the entire world he was going to win iowa. and then he didn't win. >> god bless the great state of iowa. >> reporter: just a day after accusing the senator of stealing those votes, he is now telling anderson cooper he's over it. >> i've been here now for two days. i'm so much into this and into new hampshire that i don't care about that anymore. >> but you think ted cruz was intentionally -- >> i don't care. let's see what happens. i guess people are looking at it. who cares. >> lindsey graham, who endorsed jeb bush, blasting both candidates, calling trump's views on foreign policy jibberish. >> if you're a republican it is the different bit poison or shot. you're still bit. >> as they duke it out, the
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battle is really heating up and it really escalated the last 24 hours with marco rubio remaining target number one. hillary clinton appears to be getting an unexpected assist. the inspector general has been digging into the electronic communications of previous secretaries of state and finds clinton was not the only secretary to receive classified e-mails on a personal account. our justice reporter evan perez is live in washington. he has more for us. evan. >> two e-mails were deemed classified. powell and rice dispute these. powell issued this statement saying, "i have reviewed the
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messages and i do not see what makes them classified. if the department wishes to say a dozen years later they should have been classified, that is an opinion of the department that i do not share. rice's department says she never used e-mail at all is and it didn't include intelligence information when sent to her aides. clinton said the report supports exactly what she has been talking about. take a listen to what she had to say. >> 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, which is i never sent or received any classified material. they are retroactively classifying it. i agree completely with secretary powell who said today this is an absurdity. >> it bears reminding everyone here, unlike her predecessors, clinton set up a private server to handle all of her government e-mails. >> evan, thank you so much for
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that. we have breaking news to tell you about. an historic meeting set next week for pope francis and the patriarch of the russian orthodox church in cuba. over issues including the prominence of the pope. the two churches say they hope the meeting will be a sign of hope for all people of goodwill. oh, yeah, time for laughs. the current political season is provide a wealth of material each and every late night. here's today's installment of "late night laughs". >> donald trump's plane landed after reported engine problem. when asked what happened. he said, nothing, i couldn't take it anymore. i just need three minutes. >> the marco rubio campaign is selling a t-shirt that calls
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marco rubio bae. hillary clinton called it such a desperate attempt to appeal to young people i can't believe i didn't think of it first. >> he interrupted his own speech to rush to the aid of someone who passed out in the audience. he was able to wake him up with shouting. >> i gave a little snort there. >> i like that. >> that was funny. >> everybody has a good night. but some of the late nights have is a great bernie sanders impression. >> tomorrow on saturday night live. i may stay past my bedtime. >> donald trump moving on after iowa and asking new hampshire voters to make his lead stick. his strategy shifting. will it work? and what is it?
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donald trump saying he's moved on from allegations that ted cruz stole the iowa caucuses. co-chair and policy adviser sam. >> how are you doing, alisyn? >> doing well. yesterday he said he "doesn't care anymore about what he called voter fraud in iowa. how can he not care about voter fraud? >> well, i think the big issue in iowa is that the people of iowa will take care of this if there was anything that happened. the process the secretary of state likely to investigate. will probably have the republican party of iowa investigate to see what happened. they are both responsible for the process and the ethics that take place as far as campaigns go. for us, we have to cops trait on
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new hampshire. we'll let the people of iowa settle this in any way. >> it was two days ago when he was calling for a new vote in iowa. if there were a stolen election, that's a constitutional issue. how can he say two days later that he doesn't care? >> well, it's not really a constitutional issue. the whole issue, you have to understand, the caucus process is run by the parties. and the party process, the democrat party and the republican party of iowa are responsible for those processes. and that's part of it. it's not a sanctioned election by the state. the issue there is the secretary of state's solely responsibility in those cases deals with the ethics and how those processes are conducted according to the ethical standards and the law that we have that exists. so this is really one of those things where the tactics on of of a particular candidate used
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in an election may fall in a crack between the republican party of iowa and the secretary of state. so it is really not a constitutional issue. >> it appears donald trump is shifting strategy now in iowa. -- i'm sorry, tpafpl tphafplt. what's the new plan? >> well, the whole idea is that we're concentrating here. we have four days until the primary here. there's no difference in anything we're doing. we're following our plan. this is the plan we have had all along. we are trying to try to get more events in. we will do all of those things. this is no change. this is what we have had in mind all along. >> it looks like a change, sam. donald trump had two events scheduled. he beefed it up to five yesterday. he's taking more questions from the audience. he sat down for a town hall. there was this politico report that said some of his staff in new hampshire was calling for more money and manpower.
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they felt the ground game wasn't robust enough there. are you responding to this? >> i don't think that's accurate. i don't know if that's accurate. ist becomes apparent for us when the media starts getting involved in a lot of issues that are ongoing, it is easy to roll things out and get the media to bite on it. frankly, we're in great shape. we have been for weeks. we have increased our footprint in the state of iowa. we have thousands of people working for us up here and volunteering and helping us out. nothing has really changed. it is simply not the case. this is what we have to do. the other thing you have to understand is when we're dealing with a candidate who has the protective services that are available to him, you have to be very careful about what you schedule and not schedule and what you can access and not
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access. that has to be rolled into this as well. >> does donald trump now consider marco rubio to be his biggest threat in new hampshire? >> i don't know if you remember lewis grazard for the atlanta constitution journal, great southern wit. he said if you're not the lead dog, the scenery never changes. donald trump is looking to the future and what's ahead of him. >> donald trump suppressed some remorse about not having a more robust game in iowa and feels that may have tipped the scales for him. are you confident that what you need to have in place in iowa is going to deliver a win on tuesday? >> well, iowa is over. new hampshire is where we are. >> the snowy scape is confusing. >> well, i'm here on this
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palatial set you have for us in thaf new hampshire. i wanted to make sure the back drop here is beautiful. again, i love coming on your show, alisyn. it's always a great joy for me. >> does it get any more glamorous, sam? my question is, are you confident that you will deliver the win in new hampshire next week? >> well, i think our team will deliver the win. we have a great candidate. we have a great team. i think we're going to do fine. we will check the results tuesday night. >> all right. we will see you monday there in new hampshire. sam, thanks so much for being on "new day". >> all right, alisyn. great to talk to you too >> post your comment on facebook.com/newday. let's go out to california. we know that's where chris is. hey, chris. it is cold out here, my friend. but the tone of the debate between hillary clinton and bernie sanders is heating up.
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what happens when a race gets close? it is certainly spwefpblts let's get perspective on what works and what may not work. hilary rosen and sally cohen. sally is a daily beast columnist. good to have you both there in new york. let's talk about this idea of money. sally, you start with the suggestion of what sanders means when he's talking about money. through december 31st, you have $114 million has come into clinton's campaign. 43 million from allied
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superpacs. $17 million from financial sources. what is the implication? >> well, the implication is -- first of all, everybody has to remember, the larger implication is bernie sanders is is trying to make a point about our political system, our election. when we have a political system bought and sold by big money, that taints the outcome of politics, period. you can't be independent. you can't be a voice for the people who you are being paid for literally when your life blood depends on big money, including wall street. that's the larger point he's making. the particulars are how can you guarantee an independent voice who will hold wall street accountable when your campaign is being bank rolled by those special interests. >> hillary, what's the other side? >> well, the truth is they're both ride, which is hillary clinton has never been bought or sold out. and she has a tougher wall
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street plan, assive thought governor granholm was articulate in talking about before. there are enough people that are thought and do stop reform. and i think hillary clinton ought to say, yeah, you're right. the system is corrupt. there is no down side in her going out there and saying that. my take last night is that bernie sanders was so great at articulating the problems of this country. and hillary clinton is great in articulating the solutions. because she does have policy proposals that take on significant problems that bernie sanders is outlining. and so it's fascinating to watch these two. he is giving this amazing stump speech and she is having a policy conversation. the two talk past each other. >> sally, do you accept that
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rationale? >> no. i mean, look, i think words do have to have meaning. and candidates have to have positions. the one thing i will make and i thought it was so well articulated. it was great to see them having a substantive policy discussion rather than mud slinging and kindergarten circus. but beyond that, there's substantive differences. there are differences between how bernie sanders would hold wall street accountable. there are differences in the priorities he places. and progressive have to have meaning. hillary's big argument is i am the middle of the road, reasonable, pragmatic person who can get these sorts of things done. she can't say that and also say, yeah, but i'm a progressive. one way or the other. >> hillary, labels aside, because the labels frustrate me. it seems to me hillary's big
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case is you can't do this job when you haven't been within a mile, 100 miles of any important decision. that's a shot kraots bow of the freshman senators on the right and of bernie sanders on her left. how compelling do you find her case to be and why? >> i thought it was interesting when the question was about experience and working across the aisle. bernie sanders started to talk about his 25 years in congress. to think about that he is the outsider. he has been in congress 25 years. i guess that record is going to start to be evaluated a little more. what actually has he done. how actually has he worked with other people to make progress. i thought one of hillary clinton's best line was a progressive is actually someone who makes progress. we're going to see that as this goes forward. we're going to take this conversation. >> see i think the values of what you're actually working for matter too. sorry, chris.
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>> no. i think -- that's what i'm asking you to do, is make that point. sally, please way in. i say labels frustrate me. can we be honest? progressive means liberal. the left doesn't like the word liberal so they came up with the word progressive. why in terms of the senate, his number of years isn't reflective of what his disposition is. >> it is possible to be an outsider on the inside, to have the sort of politics of look how much the left likes an elizabeth warren who was a harvard professor and now a senator. the two don't necessarily go hand in hand. it is about principles. labels do matter. sit not fair to judge hillary by her husband. the reason liberalism got tainted was bill clinton, when he passed the anti-gay defensive marriage, shepherded through
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welfare reform. i'm saying that's why it became such a dirty word. progressive means something. if hillary is progressive, then i'm vagara shea. >> that is silly. i actually thought hillary last night won that when she talked about the various members who have kind of gone there. she was the liberal senator from new york. this is not about hillary clinton. >> hilly, not shea. thank you very much for being on the show with us. we will keep going over these issues as they pop up down the road. reminder to the rest of you, we are taking the show on the road. we will be where we need to be to cover the election. that is thafpl nasp. monday and tuesday at the
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i think people are wondering about it. thanks for submitting those. the first is from facebook, david. does it affect children and women only? >> well with, it can affect anybody. but, again, most people won't have any symptoms. the women, particularly pregnant women, this is the emotional punch, right? it is really remarkable how -- you can imagine what it's like. if you're a pregnant woman and you live in one of these areas, you may wonder every day, did i get an infection. >> some 4,000 babies have been born with the virus in brazil. so that is seriously a big number. okay. next question from facebook, how can we protect ourselves? will repellant be enough? >> what's happening in many of these places, they are certainly encouraging repellant, and encouraging people to wear long sleeves, simple measures like that. the real trick is to get rid of
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the mosquitos. they can breed in a small bottle cap with a little bit of water in it. getting rid of all standing water. carnival starts today. the olympics in august. >> when you think of a coch bottle lid having water in it. this is crazy. this is from antoinette. can it lay dormant and spring up again and will you build immunity? >> it really appears this isn't one of the viruses that hangs out in your body. dr. to dr. freeden, head of the cdc, he said seven days and then it's gone in your body. i get this question all the time. women who are thinking about getting pregnant. and they say, i had a zika infection in the past. will it affect my pregnancy going forward in the future? and the answer is no. the virus seems to leave your body you can have a safe
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pregnant afterwards. >> that will be a relief to many women and families for sure. when do the vaccinations start? >> well, we wish we had a vaccine, right? look, this was a virus no one thought about for a long time. it just laid in the tiny forrest in uganda. we are starting to pay attention to it now. scientists are starting to work on vaccines. with ebola, it takes quite some time. you have to do trials. >> sure. >> it's not going to happen any time soon. three to five years is the short time frame for this. >> look at the things we have learned. it can be sexually transmitted. we are learning about zika by the day. thank you all at home for the questions for dr. sanjay gun ta. chris, back to you in san francisco. >> mick, we're out here why?
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it is about history. and security. 70,000 people expected to pack levi's stadium for sunday's 50th super bowl. major city. big threat concerns as well. what do you do to keep fans safe? we have the inside word when we come back. alize the rich taste that pure can bring. because pure tastes better. the rich taste that pure can bring. at ally bank, no branches equals great rates. it's a fact. kind of like grandkids equals free tech support. oh, look at you, so great to see you! none of this works. come on in. because you can't beat zero heartburn! i take prilosec otc each morning for my frequent heartburn
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just two days from the big game, super bowl 50. got your chili cooking yet?
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the hype machine is already cranking up. bring in captain handsome cory wire with more on an unexpected member of the media. tell me about this, my friend. >> reporter: chris, after a long week of events and the same questions over and over, players talked to the media for the last time and a special treat. a request reporter, the bow to the wow, snoop doggy dogg and the players loved it. luchb. >> look to your right you see snoop dogg asking a question about media. the fact snoop dogg knows my name, that's pretty awesome. >> i never thought i'd get interviewed by snoop. it was cool. he got great questions. >> can i get a 50% discount on papa john's pizza when in the state of colorado? >> absolutely. absolutely. >> nice treat for the guys, and they needed it on the last day of media day. now it's time to zoom focus. super bowl 50, just two days away.
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>> strong street cred with knowing how to introduce "the dog dogg." well done, coy wire. and from surrounding the game to something all too serious. terror attacks in paris. right here in california in san bernardino. it's fresh on everyone's mind. security will be tighter than ever, at super bowl 50. you have more than 50 federal, state and local agencies working together on it and someone who can give us the inside as to the how and the why. all right? a massive security undertaking. we have law enforcement analysts for cnn, mr. steve moore. a former supervisory special agent for the fbi. steve, always a pleasure. thank you very much. so, first of all, fair statement. security at super bowl 50 will be more and different than we've ever seen? >> biggest i've seen. this is huge. >> now, let's not scare anybody.
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is it because of a known threat or because of preparing for what is unknown? >> no. it is because of unknown. the only thing that scares the fbi more than seeing something that might be planned is a blank screen in front of them, because then they're planning for everything. so, yeah. that's what they've got. a blank screen. don't think there's anything they're working on now, but that's what scares them. >> so you said, this is like the super bowl of security also, in terms of how they're preparing. tell us. >> think about it like a team preparing for a game. they're going to watch films. the fbi, homeland security, all the locals, are going to see how these things happened in the past and scrimmage. get into practice events, practice terror attacks. the a the stadiums doing tabletops. they're doing everything, getting ready for game time. >> how will the people who go to levi's stadium recognize this new level? >> amazing.
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first of all if you're thinking about the same security as getting on an airplane. forget it. you can't bring a purse. if you want to bring something in you're look at a quart, clear zipper bag. you might get a clutch in about the size of my hand, but nothing else. i mean, cameras with lenses more than six inches. huh-uh. don't bring them. >> really? >> yeah. >> in terms of getting into the stadium, is it going to be the same metal detector and going through that kind of deal or something else? >> yeah. if you like metal detectors enjoy being frisked, this is your game. >> really? >> yeah. >> always good. if you like the human touch, this is where you want to be. what about what else are bringing in as tools? >> a system in place that would boggle your mind. they are going to be flying aircraft over looking for the types of materials that might glow in the dark. looking for anything that could be happening. they are going to have f-15s in the air ready to intercept anybody who breaks the temporary special flight rules area. so they are going to have every
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single -- single tool available to them deployed. >> aboobviously you know more t you can tell us and we don't want to disrupt security, fair to say, as a deterrent, teams on the ground, unlike we've seen in the past? >> yes. even in san francisco, 30 miles away. i'm seeing three to six cops a block in uniform. that's just the outer perimeter. think about it that way. you have the outer perimeter, clear out to the airports, and each successive inner layer until you get to the stadium itself. frankly, by the time a person gets to the magnetometers at the stadium, they're at the inner perimeter. it's not wince you get in. the stadium itself is ground zero. >> and we've heard the word that nowadays it's no longer just about prevention. it's about the ability to respond. so not only will they be ready like nothing before to stop something before it happen, but
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once it does. we never want you to give away too much but thank you for letting us know everything is being done to keep these 70,000 or so safe. >> thank you. another reason we're here to do a special. with hall of fame quarterback dan marino. the kickoff by the bay. the name of the special. "kickoff by the bay." from levi's stadium starting at 2:30 eastern and pacific right here on cnn. a lot of news. the state of play in the election changed. we'll tell you how. let's get to it. >> i never sent or reserved any classified material. >> can't be a moderate. you can't be a progressive. >> enough is enough. if you have something to say, say it. >> not only talk the talk, but walk the walk. >> and number one in new hampshire, will you, please, keep me there. this is ridiculous.
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>> donald trump -- is very rattled right now. >> we're going to win with the military. we're going to knock the [ muted ] out of isis. >> everything we need in a president. >> mom, my crowd size is not normally this large. i wonder why? >> the denver broncos and carolina panthers face-off. >> super bowl 50, the most expensive sporting event in histo history. >> announcer: this is "new day" with chris cuomo, alisyn camerota and chris cuomo. good day. on this early morning on february 5th. 8:00 in the east, you see my smiling friends in new york. and we're doing a special from super bowl 50 in a few moments. the race at hand first, specially the democratic side. the debate between clinton and
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sanders has taken a fierce turn. clinton voicing her frustration with the senator from vermont in their only one-on-one debate before the new hampshire primary coming up. telling sanders to end what she calls an artful smear of her record. >> all right. as for the republicans, chris, donald trump said it's time to move on from his loss in iowa. he's focusing on new hampshire, where the primary is now four days away, and the latest polls still have trump on top. cnn's coverage of the 2016 race begins this morning with john berman. he has highlights from last night's democratic debate. it was a good one, john. what did you see? >> a good one and a different one. much different than we have seen from these democratic candidates, particularly with hillary clinton. no longer willing to just sit and wait out the bernie sanders phenomenon, she decided to take it head-on. >> reporter: three days after barely winning iowa, five days before facing daunting odds in new hampshire, hillary clinton
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clearly decided she could not wait another day to fight back. >> i really don't think these kinds of attacks by insinuation are worthy of you. >> reporter: the battle, who was the real progressive and who was beholden to the establishment? >> i have a progressive who gets things done, and the root of that word progressive is progress. >> 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. >> reporter: clinton who has been careful not to offend the young, passionate support behind bernie sanders now seems to think it is worth the risk. >> senator sanders is the only person i think would characterize me a woman running to be the first woman president as exemplifying the establishment, and i've got to tell you, it's really quite amusing to me. >> being part of the establishment is, is in the last quarter having the super pac
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that raised $15 million from wall street. >> enough is enough. if you've got something to say, say it directly. you will not find that i ever changed a view or a vote because of any donation that i ever received. i think it's time to end the very artful smear that you and your campaign have been carrying out in recent weeks. >> ooh -- >> let's talk about the issues that divide us. >> reporter: sanders was only too happy to talk about the divisions not just on wall street donations but also then senator clinton's vote to authorize the iraq war. >> experience is not the only point. judgment is. and once again, back in 2002 when we both looked at the same evidence about the wisdom of the war in iraq, one of us voted the right way, and one of us didn't. >> a vote in 2002 is not a plan to defeat isis. we have to look at the threats that we face right now. and we have to be prepared to
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take them on and defeat them. >> reporter: clinton also tried to use new information to diffuse the controversy over her use of a private e-mail server as secretary of state. the fact that now e-mail sent to both colin powell and top aides to condoleezza rice when they held the job have been deemed classified. >> you have these people in the government who are doing the same thing to secretary powell and secretary rice aides. they've been doing to me. which is that, i never sent or received any classified material. they are retroactively classifying it. i agree completely with secretary powell who said today, this is an absurdity. >> reporter: once again, sanders refused to pounce on the e-mail questions though he noted the opportunity is out there. >> i will not politicize it. there's not a day that goes by why i am, when i am not asked to attack her on that issue, and i have refrained from doing that and i will continue to refrain from doing that.
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>> all right. john berman, stay with us. bring in cnn national political reporter maeve restin and cnn executive editor will mark preston. all right. i have news of new numbers. now, polls suggestive, more than predictive. here's the first one since the iowa caucus, done the tuesday after the iowa caucusing, and finished yesterday on thursday. the numbers show an incredible tightening of the race on the democratic side. 44 clinton, 42 sanders, for frame of reference. quinnipiac, same polling outfit in december had it 61-30. all right? so a big contraction there. 11% undecided in this new number of 44-42. mr. preston, i start with you. this will be a surprise. it's just one. it could be a reflection of noise coming out of iowa, but it's still a real new number.
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how do you see it? >> it is a real, new nush amber i'll tell you what, in last night's debate, chris, with saw hillary clinton not talking to new hampshire voters. talking to voters in south carolina to nevada and elsewhere in the south. our poll last night had her down 31 points. you're showing national numbers right now that show that this race is tightening up, and the clinton campaign as john said at the top of his piece, they're taking this seriously now. they know they have to try to take out bernie sanders now. they do not need a prolonged fight heading into the summer. >> maeve reston, when you see these numbers, the question is -- are these a reflection of noise and heat coming off iowa? or is this something we see of a pattern of movement in the race? what's your take? >> well, i think what's happening here is that a lot of people who are very attracted to bernie sanders originally, but
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just didn't think he could make it for the long haul are starting to take a look at that. that is the driving force over the next couple of days for hillary clinton. she has to continue hammering this argument that she is going to be the strongest candidate against the gop nominee, and that sanders, while he has many ideals that have galvanized young voters, that he doesn't have the record of progressive change that she has. so i really think that this is, you know, getting down to the wire here. we know in new hampshire a lot of people make up their mind at the last moment, and a lot of people just really are taking bernie sanders more seriously now, and looking at some of those matchup polls with him against donald trump and some of the other gops and asking themselves, well, is hillary clinton the strongest candidate up against the republicans or could bernie have something going on here? >> preston's numbers in new hampshire have as much as a third figuring whaut to do. jb, feeling you, channeling your
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energy saying there's more in this new can quinnipiac poll. you're right. a coalescing around number two as well. their numbers 3shgs 1 for trump. 32 for cruz. 19 for rubio. again, these are national numbers, and then look at the divide. while we say it's all about number two. carson, the next one down at 6. everybody else gathered around 3%. what story do these numbers suggest? >> marco rubio is getting what he wants here. he wants this field to winnow. he wants to get all of the establishment support in one place. you see john kasich's number shrinking. you see chris christie's number shrinking, jeb bush's number shrinking and ben carson all but disappears. rubio collected a lot of it and wants to take it forward not just in new hampshire, second place finish, but to south carolina and beyond. you see interesting, too, donald trump relatively stable at the number he's at nationally, at least. 30%, also the number he's stable
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at in new hampshire as well. 30%, 31% right there. it will be interesting to see if he can maintain that. everyone said he had a bad day in iowa. so far, accounts in new hampshire and beyond where it counts, it hasn't seemed to hurt him yet, at least in polling. >> interesting to see if people look at that number as a reflection of the donald support or general feeling of discontent. mr. preston, let me ask you this. looking at these numbers in terms of what they mean, we start to get into the labels. i get that progressive is a nice way of saying liberal, at least a new way. marco rubio is billed as the establishment guy, which most believe suggests center, moderate within the gop, but this was a by elected as a tea party favorite. a guy who doesn't believe in the science of global warming. this is a guy who doesn't believe in any exceptions to reproductive rights. that is not a center position traditionally. what is going on here? >> no.
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you know, when marco rubio political sphere life that he's taken on since he's run for federal office has been really remarkable. he did run at the anti-establishment candidate against a very popular governor charlie crist, thought to be a vice presidential candidate at one point. he ran as a tea party candidate and when he wins the nomination and goes on to win the race, he comes to washington, he morphs into this more centrist type of lawmaker and that might be because the other tea party types in washington were louder than marco rubio and he was more subdued. now as he comes out on to the campaign trail he's really splitting these lanes right now of being this anti-establishment guy who doesn't want to run for another term in the u.s. senate. at the same time, though, being this guy who is kind of the establishment. he's getting establishment money. so he's really having it both ways, and we'll see at some point, though, where the ted cruz and marco rubios lanes come together and where they crash.
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that's the really interesting political story out of this. >> yes, true. preston, very wired. berman, very wired as well. i'm wired but only on caffeine, because it's 100:00 in the morning here. what are you hearing from the campaigns of pushback, stop with the marco momentum. look at new hampshire. the governors are gaining. how real is that part? >> the polls don't show the governors gaining. in fact the exact opposite. look at the poll over the last few days including our poll, marco rubio is the one that gained substantially. everyone else relatively static. the person with a gripe on this notion of marco momentum, legitimate gripe, ted cruz. the guy who actually won iowa hasn't received the type of bump you would normally get from winning iowa. if you look at the quinnipiac poll, cruz's number may have been down from before in that poll. he got no national bounce from the iowa victory and a lot of that has to do, yeah, there you see. from december until now. he actually went down, despite the fact that he won iowa and
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part of it is this focus, some created by the rubio campaign, some by the media on this idea of marco momentum. >> jb drawing the pithy insight into the numbers there. gentlemen, thank you very much. our thanks to maeve as well. her shot went down, alisyn. >> i know how the satellites can be. thanks so much. one day after tearing into rival ted cruz accusing him of cheating in iowa and demanding a rematch, donald trump saying he's over it. the gop front-runner telling cnn's anderson cooper the only thing on this mind now, new hampshire. a new cnn wmur poll shows trump holding a wide lead among republicans in the granite state and a battle for second emerging with marco rubio moving up into the polls. cnn is live in manchester, with all of the latest. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, alisyn. donald trump is noticeably backing down, not attacking ted cruz, toning down his rhetoric on the campaign trail.
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he's recalibrating a bit and campaigning in a more traditional way. going into the nation's first primary next tuesday, taking it by storm. >> february 9th. you've got to get out and vote. no matter when you are, how you feel, i don't give a damn. >> reporter: donald trump ramping up his ground game. a lesson learned from his second-place finish in iowa, switching gears at last night's rally in portsmouth, an attack of opponents marco rubio and ted cruz, instead firing up the crowd with one message. he'd in it to win it. >> we're going to win on health care, win with the military and knock the [ bleep ] out of isis. going to knock the [ bleep ] out of it. >> reporter: and the latest poll shows trump maintaining his lead among granite state and rubio second place. ted cruz downplaying his third-place status. >> if momentum were argued by
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the media, marco rubio would already be the republican nominee. i would demonstrate that the media doesn't get to pick the republican candidate. >> reporter: while usurping attacks on donald trump. >> donald trump is very rattled right now. he told the entire world her w going to win iowa and then he didn't win. >> god bless the great state of iowa. >> reporter: and a day after accusing the senator of stealing the iowa coke is votes, trump now telling cnn's anderson cooper he's over it. >> i'm so much, because i've been here now two day, i'm so much into, into this, into new hampshire that i just don't care about that anymore. >> you think ted cruz intentionally was spreading -- >> i don't care. i don't want to say, let's see what happens. i guess people are looking at it. who cares? >> reporter: and meanwhile, lindsey graham who endorsed jeb bush blasting both candidates this week calling trump's views on foreign policy gibberish and cruz an opportunist. >> if you're a republican and
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your choices are donald trump and ted cruz in a general election, it's the difference between poison or shocked, you're still bit. >> reporter: and while cruz and trump do get out the battle within the establishment of this party really are escalating the lines of attack with target number one being marco rubio. >> i'm sheer he feels that and it will motivate him further. the bush family lending star power to help out in the jeb bush campaign. 90-year-old barbara bush hitting the trail in new hampshire trying to convince voters to support her son. calling him the world's nicest man. and athena jones has more on all of the bush family. >> reporter: good morning, michaela. remember, this is a candidate whose logo doesn't include his famous last name. talked about running at his own man. now he's embracing that family name like never before and if jeb bush himself struggles to
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spark the kind of excitement we've seen from some of his other competitors, it's clear last night that his mother doesn't have that problem. she came out to a crowd that jeb noted was a lot bigger than usual. take a listen to some of what she had to say. >> jeb is the -- nicest, wisest, most caring, loyal, disciplined -- that's good. not by me. >> reporter: and bush is not just looking to his popular 90-year-old mother for his help. his brother is also stepping up in his right to rise super pac. let's listen to that. >> i know jeb. i know his good heart and his strong backbone. jeb will unite our country. he knows how to bring the world together against terror. and he knows when tough measures must be taken. >> reporter: and, look, bush is in double digits in new hampshire in our latest tracking poll but still in fifth place
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behind marco rubio, behind john kasich, two candidates lead like to beat or at least not lose to badly. so he's pulling out all the stops. we'll see if it works. alisyn? >> athena, we'll talk more about that, why jeb is bringing in his famous family noi and ask his communications director about that, next. feel a cold sore coming on? only abreva can heal it in as few as two and a half days when used at the first sign. it penetrates deep and starts to work immediately to block the virus and protect healthy cells.. don't tough it out, knock it out, fast. abreva.
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hitting the campaign trail with just four days to go to the new hampshire primaries. barbara bush making an appearance for jeb last night. >> jeb is the nicest, wisest, most caring, loyal, disciplined -- that's good. not by me. he's decent, honest. he's everything we need in a president. >> let's bring in now tim miller, the communications director for jeb bush's campaign. good morning, tim. >> reporter: hey, alisyn. how great was that? >> a really nice moment. a sweet ploemmoment. great to see barbara bush. she's always barbara bush. doesn't matter what year, 20 years ago, 10 years ago, yesterday, she is who she is, and really nice to -- she's always in -- it appears that she's in good health, and it was
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nice to see her and, of course, tim, that begs the question, why didn't we use her sooner? >> reporter: she's as sharp as a tack. no doubt about that. she was on fire last night. i thing when she was listing out the values, one she didn't show, nos a bragger, like others we know in this campaign. when we look at the campaign, at first it was just nice to have barbara bush on the trail. secondly, she spoke to the american values we've lost a little bit in our politics, of honor and service, and humility, and you know, jeb really represents those, and so it was nice to have barbara vouching for that last night. >> tim, my question, why didn't we see her sooner? why didn't you roll her out sooner, such a warm welcome from the crowd. like jeb said, my crowd isn't usually this big. was is a miscalculation not to use barbara sooner?
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>> reporter: i don't know. barbara came to his announcement speech in pept he jeb had to run his own campaign. he loves his mother, loves his father. follows on the campaign trail. tells how he won the lottery when born in midland, texas, opened his eyes and saw those barbara bush pearl. he's talk and her on the campaign trail. it's nice for somebody's who's 91, come out in the week before the new hampshire primary and spend a little time up here and that's what made sense. >> it's not just barbara bush who is now giving, lending her voice to his campaign. it's also his brother, george w., former president. >> reporter: yeah. >> he is in a video for jeb bush's super pac. let me play a clip of that for our viewers. >> the first job of the president is to protect america. our next president must be prepared to lead. i know jeb. i know his good heart, and his strong backbone. jeb will khomeini our country. he knows how to bring the world together against terror.
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>> so, tim. same question. why not use the former president in a more significant way before now? >> reporter: sure, look, i'd say just in the same way that barbara bush spoke to those kind of american values we've lost, what jeb's brother can speak to is, the need for somebody with a strong backbone who's willing to take the fight to the terrorists and keep us safe. president george w. bush is uniquely suited to make that case. i'd give the same answer, which is, look, he's been helpful behind the scenes. he gives jeb advice when he calls him, but, look, this campaign had to be about the fact that jeb has the most proven conservative record in the field, unlike the other candidates who are leading this race, and jeb has the detailed plans to make the country safe and to lift our economy. so jeb had to make that case and i think in certain areas on certain issues it's good to have his family vouch for him, because the american people respect them so much, but jeb has to make his case as well. >> tim, look at the latest
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cnn/wmur poll of what's going on. >> sure. >> in new hampshire. this is among likely republican voters. jeb bush is in fifth place, but his number is going in the right direction. i mean, from late january, it was 6%. now it's 10%. we've heard from our reporter ma maeve reston he's getting birge audiences at events. but if jeb doesn't come in in the top. say, three in new hampshire, then what? >> well, look, first the question of dmnew hampshire. we feel we have the best ground game. and we are moving in the right direction. i think that this is basically a tight four-way race for second. depending which poll you look at. you know, yours showed jeb in the bunch there. there's a different poll yesterday that showed him at the top of that heap. i think this is a really tight race behind donald trump for second right now and, look, this is the thing. we feel we have the best team in
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south carolina and the best team in nevada. we just got lindy graham's support in south carolina, which is a big deal. senator heller's support in nevada. unlike other candidates like chris christie and john kasich, who really have nowhere to go, besides new hampshire, jeb is running a national campaign. so i think we'll be going down to south carolina next week and i think you'll see more family members on the trail there as well. >> okay. tim miller, communications director for jeb's campaign. we'll see you in new hampshire, i'm sure, on monday. thanks so much for being on "new day." >> look forward to it, alisyn. get up here. it's snowing. >> okay. we'll be there. thanks so much, tim. over to michaela. >> it's also snowing here in new york city. so bernie sanders and hillary clinton went at it in their first face-to-face sparring match last night. we'll have their supporters who they think won. crest whitestrips. they whiten way better than paste. crest 3d white whitestrips... whiten 25 times better than the leading whitening toothpaste. i'd say... ...someone's making quite an impression.
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together, we're building a better california. the gloves are coming off between bernie sanders and hillary clinton in a heated debate last night, but who won on the big issues, and will it impact the new hampshire primary now just four days away. this as a new quinnipiac poll
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shows tightening of the race after iowa and bernie sanders and hillary clinton. now in a dead heat. turning to cnn political contradicter michael nutter, formerer mayor of philadelphia and ben hickler, moveon.org who endorsed bernie sanders. great to have you both here. >> great to be here with you. >> thank you, alisyn. >> mayor nutter, begin with you. do you agree with hillary clinton's characterization last night that bernie sanders is engaging in an artful smear when he's bringing up the payments she took for speaking fees from banks? >> well, it's certainly clear senator sanders is trying to imply something, and then kind of leave it to the voters to fill in the blank, and that's been going on for some period of time. quite frankly, appropriate for secretary clinton to at least shine a light on that. what are you trying to imply, senator? i think basically is what she was saying.
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she's been very open and straightforward about how she conducted herself as a private citizen, and whether making speeches to a company or a group or an organization or whatever the case may be, let's talk about what americans really care about. they care about jobs. they care about poverty. they care about education. we care about our children and families and all the things that secretary clinton has done all of her life. those are the issues, weekend eighther it's in new hampshire or in philadelphia or somewhere half way across country, let's just stick to the issues and not the personal attacks. >> her point last night was regardless of the speaking fees i've taken, no one has ever bought my vote or my position. do you think that she put that issue to bed last night? >> you know, i think she was speaking for herself. i think senator sanders was speaking to the systemic corruption of our campaign finance system and the revolving door where people can enter public life and reap financial
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benefits from the private sector that has special interests in rigging the system. when he spoke after her concern was raised, he spoke about the way that overand over special interests including wall street, it's pharmaceutical companies, special interests across the board have basically bought off the federal government. not just giving to any one politician but to politicians in both parties, and gotten massive deregulations that moved money from the middle class and working families to the top point 1% in huge corporations. that's a systemic indictment and the basis for sanders' campaign. >> another issue that came up -- >> that was a nice try. that was a nice try, but the point is -- the senator -- the senator never responded to the direct issue that secretary clinton raised which is that she personally has not been influenced. she is running for president. he is running for president. he wants to speak about things in a global, artful kind of fashion. they're two people running for president. their records are very clear and
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if senator sanders doesn't like the campaign finance system, she a sitting united states senator. he should introduce legislation to fix it. >> he has introduced legislation to fix it. senator sanders has a lifetime of fighting -- >> did it pass? >> hold on, mayor. let the response -- >> did it pass? >> until we get more involved in the system, hard to pass something with either a president clinton or a president sanders. the reason he's organizing this grass roots bottom up campaign. >> nothing to do with attacking the integrity of secretary clinton. >> let's talk about another issue that came up last night, which was about their divergent votes on the iraq war. as you know, senator sanders has been hitting hillary clinton because she voted to authorize the iraq war. watch this exchange last night. >> back in 2002 when we both
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looked at the same evidence about the wisdom of the war in iraq, one of us voted the right way, and one of us didn't. >> a vote in 2002 is not a plan to defeat isis. we have to look at the threats that we face right now. and we have to be prepared to take them on and defeat them. >> ben, basically saying, that was the past. let's talk about the future. do you think she scored a point there? >> i think the past informs the future and the fact remains on the get mole defining foreign policy decision anyone's made in the last 20 years, senator sanders had the right answer, and i think that raises a fundamental question of judgment. i think that's the right call for senator sanders to be pointing that out, and i think it informs how people will respond not just in the crises we see right now but to crises we can't eve's imagine. you want to know the person in that commander in chief's chair is going to use force as a last resort only when necessary. >> mayor nutter, last word. >> yeah, 14 years ago, and she
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was a legislator at the time. i've been a legislator, and sometimes you're in a situation where, what you would do as the executive and over time your growth you might actually do something different when you have that power. that's an old issue. we need to move on. isis is the new threat to the world, and that's what a presidential candidate and the president need to stay focused on. not a vote from 14 years ago. you probably made a vote 14 years ago you'd like to change. a reminder we are taking the show on the road again for the new hampshire primary. chris and i will be live from the waterworks cafe in man chest r on monday and tuesday. if you're in the area, be sure to stop by for a cup of coffee. and breakfast. hey, chris? alisyn, very good job with the two different teams, and you as referee. that's all football talk i'm using there! we're making a transition to the game and the part of the game you love best. not the broncos.
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not the panthers. the commercials. we have a preview of the funniest ads, and one that is so poignant, it brought a tear to my joinedest, cynical eye. >> no, raccoons. >> no. i've smoked a lot
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we have breaking news. the labor department just releasing the january jobs report. christine romans is here with the numbers. what do they look like? >> the first headline, unemployment rate. the unemployment rate down to 4.9%. lowest unemployment rate since february 2008 before the big financial crisis. so that jobless rate ticking lower now, and making kind of a milestone here. let's look at jobs added, though. a very strong end to the year. remember, with hiring? it slowed a bit in january. 151,000 net new jobs added. a drag from energy. lost energy jobs. manufacturing has had four or five months of tough going there, but still very strong finish to the year, and 151,000 net new jobs created this year. what i can say overall about this report is a lot of folks were expecting all of those global headwinds to maybe dampen
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hiring a little bit at the beginning of the year, and that looks like it's happening, but there's still enough hiring to keep pushing the jobless rate low are, alisyn. >> thanks so much, christine. all right. here we go with the five things to know for yeoh "new day." hillary clinton and bernie sanders exchanging fire in their first and only one-on-one debate in new hampshire. clinton accusing sanders of an artful smear for suggesting she could be bought by money donations. meanwhile, donald trump says he's moved on from accusations that ted cruz stole the iowa caucuses and instead focusing on new hampshire. this as jeb bush attempts to revive his struggling campaign with help from his family. new questions over the e-mail use of former secretary of states colin powell and key staffers of condoleezza rice. saying like hillary clinton classified communiques were sent to their personal accounts. hoo. here it comes. intense fast-moving snowstorm causing messy computes for
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football music, super bowl 50, the big game. let's get bleachers report check-in with my football fratello, coy wire. what do you know about the halftime show? >> reporter: chris, this year's halftime show a spectacle. coldplay headlining. beyonce showing up and word about potential surprise performers. coldplay spoke in a news conference yesterday and lead singer chris martin sounded like he's on the campaign trail.
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>> how does it all come together? how did you get it? >> we started in iowa three years ago. >> have a great day. >> beautiful. >> reporter: now word is that martin also said coldplay hopes to trump all previous halftime performances, but that would, if we're talking iowa that would be second best. so, chris, maybe she said they'd "cruz" to the top of the halftime performance. either way, it's going to be a good one, buddy. >> i mean, truly, you have an astounding intellect. thank you for reading the tea leaves, my brother. more in the cnn special we'll shoot out with dan marino that airs tomorrow. tell you more about that in a second. whether you like football or not you know you love the super bowl because of the ads. how much are they this year? what's the return on investment? for companies? which is the best? we'll give you a real tease of some real tasty super bowl
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commercial treats and we have the man to do were wei us. the ceo of bss advertising mr. greg stern is with us right now. >> hello. >> thank you very much. >> thanks. >> your firm did the mini cooper ad, getting a lot of hype, but i'm not sure just to employee temployee -- blow the whistle for your client. we'll get to them in a second, but how much are the ads this year and what does the company get for that? >> they say the average price for an ad is about 4, 4.5, maybe up to $5 million, depends what you get with it. >> for 30 seconds? >> you get a massive audience. the last broadcast events where advertisers can reach a massive audience. we just did a survey with a survey. 61% of the people who responded who intend to watch the super bowl said the ads make the super bowl more fun. they're watching the game for the ads as much. >> i believe that. the theatricality has really gone up. sell me on the mini cooper.
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not the car, the ad and concept behind it. >> selling you on the concept i will sell you on the car as well. mini has a range of models. it's a family car. it's more powerful than people expect it to be. >> can you and i, men our size fit in them? >> i've been driving mini coopers the last five years. and my family. a lot of people thought things, it's a small car. underperforming car. we've taken that on its head with a campaign called defy labels. taken serena williams, tony hawk. >> alec baldwin? >> not in our ad but thank you. >> harvey keitel. >> same thing. >> all of these athletes, harvey keitel/alec baldwin? okay. >> what are you doing with them? >> talking how they've defied
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labels through their career. the interesting thing about super bowl advertising. it's not just a 30-second ad with the game. there is long-formed videos people are seeking out and looking at in social media before the game. they're talking about it during the game and after the game as well. >> multilevel strategy employed to try and monetize the up front costs. gotcha. the intuit. they do a contest. the person who wins it gets to advertise at the super bowl for their own company. the guys who win, death wish coffee wins. you want to play a little of their ad. what a huge opportunity for a company that would never have the kind of capital to do this. what's your take? >> intuit gets a lot of credit. positioning themselves to help small businesses with their products. helping this small business in the ultimate way by giving them a vehicle on the super bowl to advertise. very, very small business, small product, more exposure than they could ever get otherwise. >> the one that got me.
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the audi ad. interesting, in the evolution of mentioning the product less and less and letting the imagery kind of empower the sale. this one is about the aging astronaut as a father, the john glenn motif of everything going on on the moon and then the son introduces this rocket ship of a car. it really is poignant. what do you think of that play? >> poignant, emotional. john glenn, national hero. he finds more excitement in the audi than, you know, as much as he found when he was blasting off from earth. so -- you know, very effective emotional play. >> how powerful is it to play on someone's heart strings when trying to sell a product? >> in the super bowl you have animals, celebrities, emotion and you have humor. we did a little look back and we found that looking at gallup, evaluating the mood of the country, the super bowl, tone of super bowl ads, reflected the tone of the country. so when we got into the great recession, everything was toned down a little bit.
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we saw patriotism, family values. as things got better with the economy, humor game back. even the humor was more subdued. wasn't the frat boy humor we'd see with the previous beer advertising. now that's coming back, because the mood of the nation has lightened up. >> lightened up. some word to use in light of what we're seeing in the election now. so good to get inside the mind of those who make these commercials. >> appreciate it good luck with your ad. a quick programming note, not just out here in california to talk about commercials. nor just to talk about super bowl 50. in the remote, we're lehere to a special, with the hall of fame quarterback dan marino. "kickoff by the bay." an all-access look what going to happen at levi's stadium, 2:30 p.m. eastern tomorrow on cnn. check it out. we'll be right back after this.
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we are telling the stories of some of the most inspiring and heroic police officers around the nation. in chicago, two officers went above and beyond the call of duty to save an 11-month-old baby who had been shot, even though they broke department policy. we have the story. >> it was very chaotic when we first arrived, had to be 100 people out on the street
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screaming, yelling. people crying. >> a child shot. >> we had a person shot here, over here shot, over everybody here shot. the neighborhood going crazy. the woman ran up to us with the baby. this baby has been shot. >> how old is it? >> approximately 1 or 2 years old. >> obviously, just hits you in the heart. >> it does. at that point, we examined the baby. we found it to have been shot. it's -- an unreal feeling. it's -- borderline helplessness. >> reporter: the officers broke a department policy, opting to rush 11-month-old princeton schoo to the hospital instead of waiting for an ambulance. >> we saw the child, looked at each other, instinctively we got to go. let's go. at that time my partner took the keys from me and i got behind the wheel. i got in the back seat cradling the baby and putting pressure on his wound. >> the child shot in my car. going to the hospital right now.
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>> reporter: the ride, some nine miles long, a race against time. princeton's pregnant mother and grandmother also shot multiple times. they didn't survive. >> i also then called ahead to the hospital to tell them to get ready, because we were coming in hot, so to speak. >> coming in with a 20-year-old, gunshot wound lower left side. >> i pulled up, immediately got out of the car, opened the door for the officer with the baby. he immediately ran into the emergency room me right behind him, handed off to emergency personnel. >> let me nope when you hand the baby off. >> a good feeling knowing the actions you took potentially saved the child's life, but then again on the other end of the speck tum, it's tragic, because there's wa loss of life. >> reporter: princeton survived, now being raised by family. all thanks to the efforts of two officers whose split-second actions likely saved his life. >> i noticed after a few days just in some of the interaction with the community, the people
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that we didn't even know just coming up to us saying, thank you, thank you for -- for what you did. >> reporter: ryan young, cnn, chicago. >> what an incredible story. we bring you those every friday. >> fantastic. "newsroom" with carol costello begins right now. >> thanks so much. have a great weekend. "newsroom" starts now. and good morning. i'm carol costello. thank you so much for joining me. this just in to cnn -- the u.s. unemployment rate dropping to the lowest level in eight years. now at 4.9%. i know that sound great, but it's not all rosy. christine romans is here to tell us why. >> it is a milestone for the unemployment rate, no question. the lowest since february 2008. the dark, dark days of the financial crisis, in the months to come after that. let me show you numbers. 151,000 net new jobs added. slowing job growth from the great pace of late last year, but 151,000 net new jobs,

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