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bill clinton unleashed on the attack against bernie sanders. campaigning for his wife in new hampshire. criticism of the sanders' campaign and its supporters. donald trump against the field. will new hampshire bring him his first victory in the presidential race and is he ready to tone it all down? and the broncos with a stunning victory over the panthers in super bowl 50. we are breaking down the big moments in the game and
halftime. welcome to "early start." i'm christine romans. >> and i'm john berman live in manchester, new hampshire. it is monday, 4:00 a.m. in the east. it is one day before the first in the nation primary here in new hampshire. this morning, a new line of attack from someone not running. bill clinton turning heads speaking more directly, more pointedly about bernie sanders and his supporters than he ever has. this is a real shift from the former president, until now, has spoken about hillary clinton's record and experience. listen. >> if you are not for us, "the boston globe" and "the portsmouth newspaper" they are all for the establishment. bernie took what is good about him and put it all these endorsements, except they did not endorse. today, they used a veterans
name. if you pointed out, it shows you how tied you are to the establishment. when you are making a revolution, you can't be too careful about the facts. you are just for me or against me. >> this is very, very different than we have seen from bill clinton up on the stump until now. that was last night at the event last night. hillary clinton has been trailing in new hampshire. the latest poll shows bernie sanders by ten points. let's get the latest from cnn's jeff zeleny in new hampshire with me. >> reporter: john and christine, one full day of campaigning left in new hampshire before the primary on tuesday. bernie sanders not letting up on hillary clinton's report. at a rally on sunday, he drew the biggest applause on her record in iraq. specifically the vote in 2004. >> lately, i have been lectured on foreign policy.
the most important foreign policy issue in the modern history of this country was the war in iraq. i was right on that issue. hillary clinton was wrong. >> reporter: hillary clinton is back in new hampshire after taking a detour to flint, michigan. they will campaign today, but she addressed something with jake tapper on "state of the union" about the double standard and critics who say she is shouting. >> we are still living with a double standard. every woman i know, knows it. whether you are in the media or professions or business or politics. sometimes i talk soft. sometimes i get passionate and get excited. i don't know any man who doesn't do the same thing. i find it interesting that all of a sudden this is a big discussion about me once again. >> reporter: both sides agree.
sanders has a commanding lead here. the question is how much and the next question is what will the independent voters do? oh, so fickle voters will hold the key to the primary election. >> jeff zeleny, thank you. on the republican side, a fascinating dynamic is emerging. donald trump seems to be out in front, but a bunching of candidates vying for second place. look at that group. trump has a different tone in new hampshire. softer and gentler. unlike iowa, he is doing retail politicking. handshaking with voters. unlike iowa, he is playing the time tested political game of lowering expectations. >> so if i had two seconds, i think i'm doing -- i would much rather win. i would say if i came in second or third, i'd be thrilled. that way i would lower
expectations. i know about expectations. if i came in second, i wouldn't be happy. now if i come in second, you can go around and say boom. i would much prefer to win in new hampshire. >> a heavy handed attempt. that is the donald trump side of things. as for the pack behind him, jeb bush has found new life in new hampshire. his supporters are hoping this is the state that will turn things around. he calls trump a loser for mocking a new york reporter. >> and by the way, let me echo what lindsey said. it is a sign of real weakness when you call john mccain and leo thorsness, calling them losers. donald trump, you're the loser. >> jeb bush will be on "new day"
at 8:00 eastern time. this monday morning, marco rubio is trying to forget saturday night. the republican debate saturday night did not go the way the republican senator wanted. now he is trying to fight the perception that he is some kind of overrehearsed robot. >> and let's dispel with this fiction that barack obama doesn't know what he's doing. >> this notion that barack obama doesn't know what he's doing. >> there it is. the rehearsed speech. >> i think anyone who thinks barack obama doesn't know what he is doing, doesn't understand what he is doing here. this is a president trying to change this country. >> chris christie says his performance succeeded in
shutting down the anointment of marco rubio as the frontrunner and establishment lane of this race. christie says he thinks senator rubio didn't look like he was ready for the game and after christie's assault on the anointed one, the whole race has changed. >> the man was to go and talk about the thing i have been talking about all week. a difference between me and marco rubio. my experience and his. who is ready to take on hillary clinton had and who is ready to run this country. this is not about me and marco rubio. this is about the country. we had seven years of a president who was not ready for the job. >> chris christie there. all of the candidates out making their case. ted cruz drawing distention and now on the issue of registering women for the draft. senator rubio and governor bush suggested they would support having women enroll in the
selected service now women are allowed in combat. cruz told the new hampshire audience the idea is nuts and i am immoral. christine, one day to go. you look at the calendar of events today. so many candidates are out meeting voters. we saw marco rubio and we saw donald trump. we saw john kasich. you see the same voters at all of the events. there is so much sampling and people wait until the last minute. >> famously iundecided. they want to test drive before they decide which car to buy. thanks, john. time for an early start on your money. markets in china closed this week for the lunar new year. european markets are lower. u.s. stock futures barely moving.
wall street's short winning streak came to an end. the s&p down almost 2%. the real damage on the nasdaq. 3.3% decline. now at its lowest level since 2014. the nasdaq is 16.4% below the record close last year. it was a mixed jobs report friday and another wild swing in oil. the big losers are the tech stocks. facebook and amazon falling 5%. those are big one day moves. linkedin, that is not a typo, down 43%. linkedin gave a weak sales for the quarter. investors just got creamed. if this was peyton manning's last rodeo, it was sweet. they beat the panthers, 24-10 in super bowl 50. the real star of the game was the denver defense. we get more this morning from cnn's coy wire. >> for the second time in the
historic career, peyton manning is a super bowl champion. at 39 years old, he was the oldest starting quarterback in super bowl history. many think this is his last game. if so, what an incredible journey. >> it is a special feeling. i know how hard it is to get here. it takes a lot of hard work and you have to have good fortune. we were grateful to play in the super bowl 50 and certainly be victorious. to be the great football team. >> to play with the greatest of all time and share a championship with him, it means everything. >> it means everything. me knowing manning. >> i love my teammates. to see what he had been through this year and come back from it and lead us into the super bowl win, you know, peyton. ride off into the sunset if you
want to, brother. >> i don't know the answer to that. i think i will make a good decision. i think i'll be at peace with it. >> manning's teammates came through. a dominant performance. cam newton was sent home defl e deflat deflated. peyton manning hoisted the lombardi trophy. coy wire, cnn, super bowl 50. >> thank you, coy. north korea launching a rocket into space triggering international condemnation.
this morning, global condemnation of north korea after pyongyang claimed the hydrogen bomb test last month. announcing her government will begin talks with the u.s. on installing a sophisticated anti-missile defense system. senior correspondent ivan watson is live in seoul, south korea for us. >> reporter: christine, north korea is celebrating the rocket launch which is for a satellite. in the meantime, it has been
pretty much universally condemned by the global community. the united nations which agrees on very little these days, came out with a joint message on sunday night and said any type of rocket launch like the one on sunday, contributes to the development of nuclear weapons delivery systems for north korea. all of the country's lined up here. not just the u.s., south korea and japan, who all had militaries on alert sunday and basically trailing the debris trail of the rocket as it went down the coast of the korean peninsula and into the yellow sea near the island of okinawa. also you had the russian government condemning the north korean action and china expressing regret about the rocket launch which took place just days after china sent a top
diplomat to pyongyang with the express mission to stop the north koreans to launch the rocket. china expressing regret and summoning the north korean ambassador to issue a formal protest. the north korean government is not embarrassed or ashamed. it is celebrating and described the launch as a guilt of most loyalty to the space scientists to the leader kim jong-un. >> ivan watson, thank you. even if it is a failed attempt, it is still more expertise the north koreans are getting. ivan, thank you. here in the united states, police investigating a deadly shooting at the scene of the mardi gras parade on sunday. two people killed and four others wounded. it happened near the route of the parade which ended when the
shots were fired. authorities are questioning one suspect in the shooting. a new low for the chicago police department. that's what the attorney for the family of 19-year-old quintonio greer about the lawsuit. the officer who shot that teen robert realmo, claims he was traumatized by the shooting and asking for more than $10 million from legreer's estate. divers will resume a search off the southern california coast for wreckage from two small planes that collided last week. authorities say the remains of two victims and parts of one plane recovered sunday below the ocean surface. radar showed the two planes collided in mid air. winter storm warnings today for the east coast.
happy winter. let's bring in pedram javaheri. >> good morning. getting ready for another winter storm as far as new jersey. the bulk of the energy is confined to cape cod. this is easy to pick out. we think the trough is beginning to move the forth system along. the snow amounts up to cape cod and plymouth and massachusetts. here is the best estimate with the heavy snowfall around the cape cod region. 8 to 12 inches possible. this is now through tuesday night and northern new england with 2 to 4 inches. new hampshire could get 4 to 6 inches of snowfall. down to new york city, you could get 2 to 3 in spots according to models. the general threat is the powerful winds later today and this afternoon. that is why a blizzard warning has been prompted for cape cod
region. 37 in new york. 34 in boston. and the big story comes in over the next couple days. cold, cold air begins to filter farther to the south. take a look at the seven-day forecast across new york city. we approach this weekend, temperatures dropping down into the single digits across central park come saturday night into sunday morning. guys. pedram, thank you. 20 minutes past the hour. the refugee crisis reaching a boiling point in turkey. turkey unable to take in anymore people fleeing the war in syria. we are live with the developments next.
a refugee crisis of historic proportion is overwhelming turkey. right now, 35,000 syrians at the turkey border. a border closed for the fourth day. the turks reached capacity to absorb anymore migrants. we have cnn's arwa damon live from the turkey/syria border. arwa, this crisis is growing more dire by the hour.
>> reporter: it is. there are tens of thousands gathered on the other side of the gate that does remain closed, except for commercial trucks that are let through and those carrying tents and supplies to the tens of thousands that have gathered on this syrian side. turkey is saying it is still keeping the open door policy, but at this stage it is going to be providing for those in need inside syria. turkey has upwards of 2.5 million syrian refugees here. at this stage, it is saying unless the situation escalates further, if there really is the need to let these people through for their own security, it is going to continue to keep this border closed. that drawing much criticism from the european union, urging turkey to open its gates. they are allowing medical
emergencies to come through here to the facilities. the flood of refugees, these are people who tried to hold on to the last minute that perhaps somehow the violence would end. the rush of bombardment, especially over the last few days has been described by those who have survived it as the most intense they have seen since the fighting in syria began some five years ago. it is also more significantly when it comes to the battle field dynamics, allowed the assad regime forces to advance cutting off the vital supply routes from turkey to the rebel strongholds in half of the city of aleppo. with the u.n. warning, as this advancement continues, more than 3 million civilians are at risk.
and prior to the rush and bombardment, and now facing significant defeat, it seems they have the upper hand with the rebel fighting groups saying they have limited options. they can only hold on for a few months. if the status quo continues, they will have to surrender or join the kurdish fighting groups. christine. >> arwa damon on the syria/turkey border. thank you. countdown to the new hampshire primary. in just one day, the voters head to the polls and the strategies from the candidates. that's next.
just one day away. the voting begins in new hampshire. the nation's first in the nation presidential primary. the candidates all over this state looking for last second votes. courting the undecided voters. we will break down the big changes. the other big show. the denver broncos taking home super bowl 50 championship title. the game's big moments and post-game interviews. welcome back to "early start." i'm christine romans in new york. >> and i'm john berman live in manchester, new hampshire. 30 minutes past the hour. we are just one day away from the first in the nation primary here in new hampshire.
this morning, an interesting, surprising new line of attack from someone not even running. bill clinton turning heads this morning. speaking more directly about bernie sanders and his supporters than he ever has before. this is a real shift for the former president. who until now has only spoken about hillary clinton's record and experience. listen. >> if you are not for us, "boston globe" and other newspapers, they are for the establishment. bernie took what they said good about him and put it under all endorsements, except they departmedidn't endorse. if you pointed out just shows you how tied you are to the establishment. when you are making a revolution, you can't be too careful about the facts. you are for me or against me. >> this is interesting.
bill clinton has never spoken like this before. the first time we have seen him go directly after bernie sanders. hillary clinton polls with the latest monmouth university poll has sanders up over clinton. we have cnn's jeff zeleny with the latest. >> reporter: john, one full day left before the primary on tuesday. bernie sanders not letting up on hillary clinton's record. at a rally on sunday, he drew the biggest applause when he went after her vote on iraq. specifically the iraq war vote in 2002. >> lately, i have been lectured on foreign policy. the most important foreign policy issue in the modern history of this country was the war in iraq. i was right on that issue. hillary clinton was wrong. >> reporter: hillary clinton is
back in new hampshire after taking a brief detour to flint, michigan. she talked to jake tapper about the double standard that exists between men and women and those critics who claim she is still shouting. >> we are still living with a double standard. i know it. every woman knows it. if you are in the media, you know it, or professions or business or politics. sometimes i get passionate. i don't know any man who doesn't do the same thing. all of a sudden this is a big discussion about me once again. >> reporter: both sides agree. sanders has a commanding lead here. the question is how much. the next question is what will the independent voters do. oh, so fickle independent new hampshire voters hold the key to the primary election. john. >> jeff, thank you. a new fascinating dynamic
emerging in the republican race. donald trump seems to be out in front, but look at the bunching. separated only by two points. donald trump is now perhaps also showing a softer, gentler side. doing some retail handshaking and politicking. he is also playing now the expectation game a little. he spoke to cnn's dana bash. >> so if i had two seconds, i think i'm doing okay. i would much rather win. i could say if i came in second or third, i'd be thrilled. that way we lower expectations. we lower expectations. if i came in second, i would not be happy. okay? so now if i come in second, you can go around and say boom. i would much rather prefer to win in new hampshire. >> that is the trump side of
things. as for the pack behind him, jeb bush is hoping to turn things around. he is going hard after donald trump. calling the him a loser for making fun of a new york times reporter and a former republican nominee in john mccain. >> this is a sign of real weakness when you call john mccain or leo thorsness a loser. donald trump, you're the loser. >> jeb bush will be on "new day" at 8:00 eastern time. all right. this monday morning, marco rubio was trying to forget saturday night. the republican debate saturday night did not go the way he wanted. now the senator is trying to fight the perception pinned on him by chris christie that he is
some kind of over rehearsed robot. >> let's dispel with the fiction that barack obama doesn't know what he is doing. he knows exactly what he's doing. >> this notion that barack obama doesn't know what he's doing is not true. >> there it is. the memorized 25 second speech. >> i think anyone who believes that barack obama isn't doing what he's done on purpose doesn't understand what he is doing here. this is a president that is trying to change the country. >> chris christie says his performance succeeded in shutting down what he called the anointment of marco rubio as the frontrunner in the establishment lane of the race. governor christie this rubio did not think he was ready for the game. after christie's assault on what he called the anointed one, he says the whole race has changed. >> the plan was to go and talk about what i talked about all
week. a difference between me and marco rubio and my experience and his. who is ready to take on hillary clinton and who is ready to run this country. this is not about me or rubio rub. this is about the country. the country needs a president who is ready. we had seven years of a president who is not ready for the job. that is the point i was trying to make last night. >> senator ted cruz drawing distinction with the rivals. in saturday's debate, rubio and bush suggested they would support having women in roles in service. now cruz tells the new hampshire audience it is nuts and immoral. cruz noted he is the father of two little girls. not all serious political warfare. "saturday night live" had bernie sanders on stage with larry david. larry david was the host. if you missed it, bernie sanders
played a socialist immigrant on his way to the united states in a sketch on "the titanic." >> we need to work together if we are going to get through this. >> sounds like socialism to me. >> democratic socialism. >> what's the difference? >> huge difference! >> huge? >> huge! >> huge with a y, hey? who you are? >> i am bernie sanderswitsky. but we're going to change it when we get to america so it doesn't sound so jewish. >> bernie sanders loves the kids. doing very well with young people across the country. you know, the dynami here, christine, is interesting. in new hampshire, one-third of the voters do not decide until the last moment when they walk into the polls.
you can vote in either party primary. there is no way to tell which way someone will go. someone at a trump rally can vote for bernie sanders tomorrow. >> it is remarkable. the access of those voters to so many of the candidates. kasich and chris christie have had 100 town halls. they have been all over the states. john, thanks for that. that's the big show going on in new hampshire. another big show happening this weekend. peyton manning and maybe this was his last rodeo. if it was, it was sweet. denver broncos are super bowl champions. the real star of the game was the denver defense. what a game. we get more now from cnn's coy wire. >> for the second time in his historic career, peyton manning is a super bowl champion. he became the oldest starting quarterback in super bowl history. many think this is his last game. if so, what an incredible
journey it has been. >> a special feeling. i certainly know how hard it is to get here. it takes a lot of hard work and you have to have good fortune. we were grateful to be here in the game and play in the super bowl 50 and be victorious. to be the great football team. >> to play with the greatest of all time and share a championship with him, that means everything. >> it means everything. just about me knowing peyton, it is great. i'm happy for him. >> it means the world to me because i love all my teammates. to see what he had been through this year and come back from it and lead us into a super bowl win. you know, peyton, ride off into the sunset if you want to, brother. >> i think i'll make a good decision and i think i'll be at peace with it which ever way it goes. >> manning's teammates came through.
a performance by super bowl mvp von miller and company. cam newton sent home deflated and defeated. peyton manning hoists the lombardi trophy. this is a fairy tale for one of the greatest in american sports history. thank you, coy. the refugee crisis reaching a boiling point in turkey. turkey is now unable to take in more refugees as those flee syria and the war. we are live with the latest next. ere are you? well the squirrels are back in the attic. mom? your dad won't call an exterminator... can i call you back, mom? he says it's personal this time... if you're a mom, you call at the worst time. it's what you do. if you want to save fifteen percent or more on car insurance, you switch to geico. it's what you do. where are you? it's very loud there.
global condemnation of north korea following the rocket launch on sunday following the claims of the pyongyang claim of the hydrogen bomb last month. we have our senior correspondent ivan watson with us in seoul, south korea. ivan, every time, every time pyongyang tests or launches something, it adds to the body of technical expertise that really concerns the global community. >> reporter: that's the agreement that the united nations security council made. if this launch was as north
korea claims for peaceful scientific reasons to put an earth observation satellite into space, it is interpreted by the international community as a step toward developing a nuclear weapons delivery system. it is being taken very seriously. when the launch took place, you had the militaries of south k korea and taiwan and japan following this closely trying to pick up the debris and instead of celebrating the holiday here, it is the biggest holiday of the year here in korea, you have intelligence officials working hard on trying to figure out what went into the rocket and how to build a response that can try to stop north korea from moving forward with the nuclear weapons and rocket delivery program. amid the condemnations that have
come from the u.s., france, russia, japan, south korea, you also had criticism from china which summoned the ambassador for a formal protest. china expressing regret about the missile launch. we are not sure if china will step up and apply fresh sanctions against north korea. that is the measure that the u.s. and allies have called for in the past. christine. >> thank you for that, ivan watson. police investigating a deadly shooting in pass christian, mississippi on sunday. two people were killed. four others wounded. it happened near the route of the parade which had ended when the shots were fired. authorities say they are questioning one suspect in the shooting. a new low for the chicago police department. that is what the attorney for the family of 19-year-old
quintonio lagreer. the officer who shot him says he is traumatized by the shooting and asking for more than $10 million from the estate. he said he opened fire because he believed that lagreer would kill him. divers resume a search off the california coast for the wreckage of two planes that collided last week. remains and parts of a plane were recovered sunday. officials launched the search friday after the two planes collided in mid air. the new york city mayor announcing new measures in the wake of the deadly crane collapse. one person killed and three others injured in the collapse. investigators don't know what caused it. the city will require contractors to stop operating crawler construction booms when steady winds of 20 miles an hour and gusts of more than 30
forecast. 50 minutes past the hour. time for an early start on your money. chinese markets closed for the lunar new year. looks like stock futures are turned down here. here is the damage. dow fell 211 points. nasdaq is 3.3% lower. every chipotle restaurant will be closed today for a food safety meeting. every single one of them. now the cdc declared the e. coli outbreak is over, chipotle wants to keep it that way. the outbreak started in the northwest and spread to a dozen states. chipotle was a darling among investors reaching a high of $750 a share. the food safety crisis has pushed the stock down 40%.
a refugee crisis of historic proportion. overwhelming turkey. there are 35,000 syrians gathered at turkey's border. the border now closed for a fourth day. the turks claim they reached the end of capacity to absorb anymore migrants. cnn's arwa damon is there at the turkey/syrian border. arwa, the crisis is growing more dire by the hour. >> reporter: it is. tens of thousands have already
amassed with tens of thousands more potentially expected to have to flee for their lives. now turkey is saying that at this stage it does not deem it to be necessary to let people through and that they are providing for the syrians on the syrian side sending in tents and food and water. they are allowing those with medical emergencies to come into turkey and treated at hospitals here. speaking to those who are stuck on the other side, they will all tell you that having fled the horrific violence, having made that impossible decision to leave everything they love and know behind, they don't want to sit in tents on the syrian side of the border. they want to be able to reach turkey so they can finally breathe and have that slight sense of security they are desperately looking for, christine. >> desperately looking for and we are watching all of europe start to close its borders.
big concern about the migrant flow, but it doesn't fix the fact that tens of thousands of people are desperate to get out. what is the long-term strategy here for managing the flow of people? >> reporter: well that's the problem from the get-go, christine. there is no long-term strategy and no one has a viable to put one forward as more people flee the violence, they will make it to turkey and eventually europe. this exodus from the areas in the aleppo countryside have been brought on by a very intense rush of bombardment that allowed regime forces to move into the areas and potentially move toward and circling the city of aleppo where the u.n. warns there are more than 300,000 civilians at risk.
it has proven to be strategic when it comes to the regime position on the battle field. the ability to advance with the very intense russian air power. the battle sees dynamics are going to be potentially shifting dramatically and that is going to cause an even greater influx of people into turkey and moving onwards. it will have a significant impact on the fighting there with some of the moderate opposition leaders saying they can only hold on for a few more months if the status quo continues. they are trying to debate their options. among the options, surrendering to the regime and some are talking about allying with isis out of desperation. >> impossible situation. thank you, arwa damon, on the border with syria and turkey. two somali airport workers
are arrested after caught on camera handling a laptop bomb. one got on the plane with the bomb and one was sucked out of the plane and killed as it exploded. several members of the fbi on the ground assisting the investigation. rescue workers digging through rubble for people believed to be buried beneath the collapsed 17 story apartment building in taiwan. let's get an early start on the money. markets in china closed for the week for the lunar new year. europe markets higher. u.s. stock futures looks like they dipped lower here. hoping to turn around friday's losses. look at friday. the dow fell 211 points. s&p fell 2%. the real damage in the nasdaq. 3.3% lower. corporate leadership is still a man's world. a new study this morning
examined 22,000 publicly traded companies from 91 countries. more than 95% did not have a female ceo. half had no female top executives. 60% had no female board members. those companies may be paying a price. this study found companies made more money when at least 30% of the executives were women. quicken loans wants you to get a mortgage in eight minutes. the super bowl ad got backlash. the online mortgage process. the theory, we buy music and cars online. you should be able to get a mortgage. critics say it creates the lending environment that led to the great recession. the consumer bureau chimed in telling buyers to take your time. ask questions. know before you owe. quicken loans president told cnn
money, he agrees with the cfpb but it is time for the housing industry to advance. in our minds this is about transparency. all right. "early start" continues right now. >> it is the day before. just 24 hours from now, the voting begins in new hampshire. the first in the nation primary. the candidates all out in the stump in the field today. making their final pitch. the denver broncos taking home the super bowl 50 title. the game's big moments and emotional interviews. good morning. welcome to "early start." i'm christine romans in new york. >> good morning, christine romans. i am john berman in new hampshire. it is monday, february 8th, 5:00 a.m. in the east. we are one day away