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john kasich all sit with nine votes. as for where things stand in the race, heading into today, donald trump kept his lead in the latest cnn/wmur poll. he led in all of the polls before the iowa caucuses before he lost to ted cruz. maybe that is why cruz was the target at the trump rally. a woman shouted a vulgar term for wimp and trump repeated it. >> she just said a terrible thing. you know what she said? shout it out. i don't want to say [ bleep ]. okay. you're not allowed to say and i never expect to hear that from you again. she said he's a [ bleep ]. that's terrible. >> trump is going after all of his rivals.
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jim acosta with more on that. >> reporter: john and christine, along with the snow in new hampshire, a blizzard of insults and putdown was trump and bush. at one point, bush called trump a liar and whiner. the campaign is confident. the trump campaign sees a big difference between iowa and new hampshire. they believe iowa was more about explaining the confusing caucus process to iowans and new hampshire is pure getting out the vote. that is why you saw this big splashy rally in manchester where donald trump actually went after marco rubio. here's what he had to say. >> i'm standing at the debate. i'm watching marco sweating like a dog on my right. marco was having a hard time. he's a nice guy. again and again. after three times, i have a very good memory. after three times, i said wait. he said that three minutes ago.
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then i said, wait. he said that two minutes ago. the same thing. so after the fifth time, i said what the hell's going on. >> reporter: and the closing argument for trump is what it has been all along. he is hitting the audience with what he said all the time. the wall on the border and scrap obamacare and iran nuclear deal. john and christine. >> jim for us covering donald trump. what about the democratic side? bernie sanders way out in front in the latest cnn/wmur poll. he is at 61% to clinton's 35%. bernie sanders is predicting a very, very good night. now the clinton campaign has a new problem. trying to explain away a politico report that hillary and bill clinton are upset with the quality of the campaign operation and planning changes. insiders say bill clinton is complaining about a lack of imagination.
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the campaign is playing it too safe. hillary clinton denying that report saying, quote, we're going to take stock, but i'm confident in the people that i have. cnn's joe johns with the latest. >> reporter: john and christine, hillary clinton's closing argument came here in a high school auditorium in hudson, new hampshire. she's down in the polls, but surrounded by a large crowd. also in attendance, former president bill clinton and her daughter chelsea clinton. bill clinton said he is concerned that the campaign has lacked imagination so far, but tonight, hillary clinton called on the people in the audience to imagine the world her campaign is all about. >> i really want you to imagine with me. imagine what we can do together. imagine an economy that does work for everybody again. imagine we finally get to
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universal health care coverage so that every single man, woman and child has access to the quality health care that he or she needs. this is a huge, huge issue to me personally and one of the contrasts between me and sanders. >> reporter: one question is weather and how that effects the turnout. heavy snowfall is expected to end on tuesday. there could be messy roads and that could be a factor in a state where the voters say the responsibility in the first the nation primary very seriously. john and christine. >> joe, thanks. here is the latest weather report. flurries. we just checked outside. flurries. probably not enough to keep voters away. joining us to talk about the big day here in new hampshire. kayleigh mcenany. a trump supporter. also ron brownstein.
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ron, by say 10:00 or 11:00 tonight, what will we know? >> a couple of things. first of all, in the republican party, they have never in the modern primary never not nominated someone beyond the winners of iowa and new hampshire. every one of the winners have won iowa or new hampshire. presidents are made to be broken, but that is real. on the democratic side, twice they picked people. mcgovern in '72 and a guy named clinton in '92. will know if bernie sanders strength in iowa among young people is conferrirmed in new hampshire. we will know if he is more competitive. >> he lost democrats in iowa. >> by almost 20 points in iowa. as mccain showed in 2000 on the republican side was similar early to bernie sanders here. even in the states he was winning. eventually you have to get people to vote for you. the question is whether or not
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we get a signal out of new hampshire to allow the center right mainstream conservative lane to consolidate with the donald trump and ted cruz. >> kayleigh, there is a better than even chance or lack of consolidation that we come out of here more muddled. maybe jeb bush and john kasich and marco rubio all survive at least five candidates for south carolina. >> no doubt about it. marco rubio is continuing. jeb bush has the resources to continue. he is on the ballot in all 40 states. he has a strong infrastructure being a bush. his name plays well. he has the incentive to go on and play this out. kasich, if he comes in second, he is moving on despite low polling in south carolina. you could see three people come out of this. the field whittled down to five. chris christie, i don't see a way forward. polling him under carly fiorina who did not participate in the debate. as you pointed out, that poll
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only polled two days after the debate. >> john, that is an advantage for ted cruz and donald trump. what we are talking about is the pool of voters most resistant to both. that center right, white collar, middle manager type republican. that is the group of the party that would power the victory of john mccain and mitt romney. we are talking about going into south carolina with them fundamentally fragmented. >> as long as they are split, the middle center of the party is split. >> right. look, i was at the rally last night. i felt i was watching a trump trap. by inclination or necessity, he feels he has to feed his supporters with outrageous behavior. part what have they like is he is willing to break all of the
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boundaries of acceptable political discourse. he is serious about shaking things up. the problem for the republican party, that raises doubts if he has the temperament to be president. in the closing argument, he had to feed them with the outrageous behavior. it shows the limits you face in broadening the group of voters. the problem is the voters is not consolidat consolidated. >> you look at the iowa polling and 70% of the vote went to non establishment candidates. i include ted cruz among them. they were both one and two in iowa. ted cruz, there is a chance he could pull off a second place victory. three points behind rubio. polling didn't have the brightest day in iowa. if by some majestic way he did, that would be huge. it would show this is an outsider election. >> he would like that if nothing more than to keep marco rubio out. i want to talk about the democrats, ron. you covered a lot of campaigns.
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you go into primary day fighting off a story like we're not going to fire all of our campaign staff, which is the story that hillary clinton is dealing with right now. that is not the best day. >> think about this. hillary clinton in two consecutive races has wondered into the same cul-de-sac. she is running against someone with a big bold version and she is the chaperon at the fraternity party. the change is too big. she is presenting herself as the pragmatist. she is saying, the campaign hasn't given me the strong enough message. you have to look in the mirror. a lot of similarities to the argument she has made last time. it would be difficult if not impossible in the current political lineup to do what bernie sanders says. that is not enough of a lift or message to get people excited. she faces a big inspiration gap
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with young people. you look at shaking up the campaign. the bigger problem is she has to look in the mirror and think how do i give people more of a reason to vote for me than i can take a punch? >> she has nevada and south carolina. she has a few weeks to figure this out. they will do that a lot in the clinton headquarters. >> two polls yesterday. hillary clinton with 68% and both among african-american voters. whatever happens here, bernie sanders has the hill to climb. >> ron brownstein and kayleigh mcenany, thank you. they are already casting votes. dixville notch. christine romans, it is all happening. >> how is the news of michael bloomberg mulling a potential bid? how is that resonating in the last moments here? >> i would say roughly 0%. if you want the truth.
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i think everyone is focused on the candidates here. michael bloomberg made his intentions clear weeks ago. now he said it out loud to an actual newspaper. we know he has to make a decision by march 1st. he is not on the ballot here right now. it is a curiosity, but doesn't take attention away. >> well said. thank you, john berman. voters in new hampshire enjoy one of the lowest unemployment rates in the country. 3.1%. the falling national average of 4.9%. below 5% for the first time since 2008. there is a feeling the economy is not good enough. it is resonating on the campaign trail. one reason why, a smaller share of the adult population is working. 6.7%. one reason why is baby bombers retiring. the second reason, a large number of people looking for jobs and cannot find one.
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the third reason, wages are not going up. the take home pay is about the same as it was 20 years ago. interesting fun election fact. the lowest national unemployment rate of an election year anytime since 1968, yet, that is not being felt on the campaign trail. the campaigns talking about opportunity wages and jobs. 12 minutes past the hour. president obama taking new action to prevent the spread of the zika virus in the u.s. why the white house is so concerned. i have that next. we stop arthritis pain, so you don't have to stop. because you believe in go. onward. today's the day. carpe diem. tylenol® 8hr arthritis pain has two layers of pain relief. the first is fast. the second lasts all day. we give you your day back. what you do with it is up to you. tylenol®.
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york. >> i'm john berman live in manchester, new hampshire. 30 minutes past the hour. it is here. it already started while you were sleeping. they voted in three tiny towns in the northern end of the state. dixville notch, the best known. a total of nine voters there. i know you want know the results. john kasich over donald trump in the republican race. the democratic race, bernie sanders over hillary clinton. the rest of the polling places start opening in 30 minutes. as for where things stand heading in to today, donald trump maintaining the lead in the latest cnn/wmur poll. he led in all of the polls before the iowa caucuses before he lost to ted cruz. a woman shouted a vulgar term for wimp from the crowd last night and trump repeated it at his rally. >> she said a terrible thing.
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you know what she said? shout it out because i don't want to say [ bleep ]. okay. you are not allowed to say and i never expect to hear that from you again. she said -- i never expect to hear that from you again. she said he's a [ bleep ]. terrible. >> trump has been ridiculing other rivals as well. jim acosta has more. >> reporter: john and christine, a blizzard of insults and putdowns with trump and bush. trump called bush a child and bush called trump a liar and whiner. the campaign is confident. the trump campaign sees a big difference between iowa and new hampshire. new hampshire's pure getting out the vote is why you saw this big splashy rally here in manchester. donald trump actually went after
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marco rubio and his performance at the weekend debate. here is what he said. >> i'm standing at the debate. i'm watching marco sweating like a dog on my right. honestly, marco is having a hard time. he's a nice guy. he's a nice guy. i mean, again and again. i have a very good memory. after three times, i said wait a minute. he said that three minutes ago. then i said, wait, wait. he said that two minutes ago. the same thing. so after the fifth time, i said what the hell's going on. >> reporter: and trump's closing argument is what it has been all along. hitting the lines that his audience seems to expect every time. vowing to build the wall along the mexican border and escalate the war on isis and scrap the obamacare and nuclear deal with iran. jim, thanks so much. on the democratic side, bernie sanders way out in front in the latest cnn/wmur poll. he is at 61% and hillary clinton at 35%.
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sanders predicting a very, very good night. the clinton campaign has a new problem trying to explain away a politico report that both bill and hillary clinton are upset with the quality of the campaign operation and might be planning changes. insiders think bill clinton believes the campaign is lacking imagination and playing it too safe. hillary clinton said quote, we are going to take stock. i'm confident in the people that i have. cnn's joe johns has the latest. >> reporter: john and christine, hillary clinton's closing argument came here in a high school auditorium in hudson, new hampshire. she's down in the polls, but surrounded by a large crowd also in attendance was former president bill clinton and daughter chelsea clinton. bill clinton said he is concerned that the campaign has lacked imagination so far. tonight, hillary clinton called on the people in the audience to
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imagine the world her campaign is all about. >> i really want you to imagine with me, imagine what we can do together. imagine an economy that does work for everybody again. imagine we finally get to universal health care coverage so that every single man, woman and child has access to the quality health care that he or she needs. this is a huge, huge issue to me personally and it is also one of the contrasts between me and senator sanders. >> reporter: one question is about how weather could affect turnout. a heavy snowfall on monday. it was expected to end on tuesday. still there could be messy roads and that could be a factor even in the state where the voters take their responsibility in the first in the nation primary very seriously. john and christine. >> joe johns, thanks to you.
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we saw the snow plows out hard at work this morning. hopefully they will clear that snow away. joining us to talk about the political situation and political forecast, kayleigh mcenany and senior political analyst ron brownstein. ron, it is the first in the nation primary today. we have been talking about two factors that are huge in new hampshire. unique to new hampshire. at least rare around the country. number one, the idea you can walk into the poll and vote for either party. the idea that voters remain undecided until the last moment. >> you meet voters and you say i met them three times. you can i make a decision. independents cast 47% of the votes in the last republican primary in 2012. 44% of the votes in the last democratic primary in 2008. that is why new hampshire can sometimes send false positives. you can win the primary here
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without necessarily winning the voters in your own party. john mccain when he won the state big in 2000. ran among republicans against george w. bush. i think tonight one of the things we watch particularly on the democratic side, what happens among democrats. no question bernie sanders has the upper hand. he will win independents big. in iowa, he lost democrats by almost 20 points. if he doesn't do well today, that would indicate a challenge he would have to get over as the race goes on. >> kayleigh, what is the parallel to that? trump and john kasich playing to democrats. >> kasich is left of donald trump in some ways. we were talking about how donald trump has the populous message. he is very much left leaning with trade and things like the medicare. >> donald trump last night came up for medicare to lower prescription drug prices.
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something republicans fought for 15 years. hillary clinton has endorsed. >> that just speaks to donald trump being an outsider. he is not the stereo typical republican. he is forging a new path. they will play strongly to him and kasich will peel some of those off. it is not a coveted title in the republican party. >> ron, expectations gained for trump. double digits lead heading into today with the polls. does he need to lead by double digits here? >> they have to see whether in fact they can deliver polling. in iowa, they under performed the polling. we don't know if donald trump has drifted down from january. he was falling at 35. now it is more like 30 here and in some of the other states. it is important for him to see what his coalition looks like.
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does he reestablish that dominance with the polling. if trump wins here and no one emerges from the center right lane, i think trump is the favorite going into south carolina. >> if he can pull off a win that is 3 or 4 points above the low double digit lead, it would be big. romney was polling high 20s and came out at 17%. if trump can win low double digits, that is huge for him. >> we were talking before. you have the reverse situation of the normal situation. you have the establishment splintered. conservatives is more united in two camps. evangelical camp for cruz. the establishment that is having trouble finding a candidate. >> unlike in 2012. it is a mirror image opposite.
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>> ron brownstein, dealing with the reports of the campaign shake up for hillary clinton. >> the first two races, you can say all white states, the democratic party hasn't weighed in. hillary clinton has a firewall. the polls came out in north carolina and new york. all that is real. there is no question the first two races are also showing weakness for her. inspiration gap that is translating into the generation gap where she is losing voters under 45 and including women by big margins. she wandered into the position much like with obama. she is presenting herself as a technician to take a punch and move ideas, but offering not nearly as much lift as she needs against a candidate who is promising to lead a campaign and movement. >> this is the last time i get to talk to you. prediction for tonight? >> trump wins.
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rubio with a close second and kasi kasich. >> ron. >> trump wins and a clump without clear definition. sanders wins. >> ron and kayleigh, thank you for being here. i appreciate it. christine romans, we will know. the great thing about new hampshire is it counts quickly. a fast voting state. fast counting state. we should know what's happened here by 10:00. >> what is fascinating by new hampshire, 3.1% unemployment rate. one of the lowest in the nation. resonating with the campaigns worried about it being rigged for rich people. that will play out. 4.9% is the jobless rate nationwide. second lowest since an election year of 1968. >> 2000 was the other one. >> it is interesting you have the low unemployment rate.
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fear gripping stock markets around the world. chinese is closed for the lunar new year. the yield on japanese bonds dropping below 0% for the first time ever. investors running out of stocks and in the safety of bonds and gold. dow futures down and paris and frankfurt and london down as well. the dow down 178 points. it has been down more. the nasdaq is getting closer to bear market territory. a drop of 20% from the recent high. where do markets stand for the year? i'm sorry to report the dow is down 8%. nasdaq down 14%. the s&p 500 down more than 9%. a far cry from the gains expected from last year. let's see what is coming up on "new day" with alisyn
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camerota and chris cuomo from new hampshire. >> hi, things are getting cooking at the water works cafe. voting is under way in the new hampshire primary. the campaign kicking into higher gear if you can imagine. donald trump spilling another vulgarity at the campaign event. how do voters feel about all of the rhetoric we heard in the past 24 hours? we will break down the race and speak with chris christie. >> jb mentioned to you earlier one of the virtues of new hampshire is a quick counting state. that is true. you cannot count until people decide whom and which party they want to vote for and another special feature that we're seeing in new hampshire is as many as four out of ten people say they don't know who they will vote for yet. right until this day. not even which party. in terms of the point you were making, it is weird jobs are big. we have been hearing here and around the country is it is not about having a job.
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the unemployment is below 5%. it is about the jobs and the kind of pay they are getting. the under employment and economic satisfaction indicator that is driving the ansxt. >> it is the lack of opportunity. resonating in the campaigns. i can't wait to see you. thanks. 50 minutes past the hour. tens of thousands of syrians begging for safety at the turkish border. they are desperate to escape their war-torn country. we will take you to that next. can make meals legendary. we want to help you realize the rich taste that pure can bring. because pure tastes better. the rich taste that pure can bring. then you might beformance laptogearcentric.e bff? right now, all pcs and printers are on sale!
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tens of thousands of syrians desperately fleeing to the turkish border to escape what the u.n. is now calling extermination. syrian government forces backed
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by russian air strikes driving them from their homes in aleppo. now a u.n. report accuses the assad regime of inhumane actions against syrians. let's bring in correspondent arwa damon along the syria/turkey border. >> reporter: good morning. another aspect highlighted in the u.n. report is that more people, civilians, have been killed by the assad regime than by isis or any of the other opposition groups or by any of the russian or coalition air strikes. tens of thousands already gathered on the other side of this border crossing awaiting for turkey to decide that the conditions will allow them to cross through. what does this mean? well put, simply says turkey cannot take in anymore refugees. it already has 2.5 million. it is providing shelter and food and water for them on the other side.
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those who are stuck are really just begging with the authorities to have mercy and let them through. they don't necessarily care about having a tent over their heads. what they want desperately is that sense of security in the face of what many describing as the most intense bombardment of syria's civil war. that is the bombardment by russian jets that are providing significant air cover for assad's forces. clearing out not only areas in the aleppo countryside, but advancing on what was once syria's largest city. >> arwa damon, thank you. eight people confirmed dead in a head-on collision with two trains in germany. officials say 50 people critically injured in the crash in the southern state of bavaria. the cause of the crash is not yet known. let's get an early start on your money. another bout of fear spreading through stock markets. chinese markets closed.
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nikkei in japan is plunging 5.4%. european markets lower. u.s. stock futures are down here. a brutal day on wall street yesterday. dow fell as many as 400 points. the nasdaq fell 2%. edging closer to a bear market. bear market with a 20% drop from the previous high. oil prices fell 3% dipping below $29 a barrel. look at this. baker hughes down 5%. transocean dropping 7%. that is nothing compared to chesapeake energy. it fell 51% on rumors it was filing bankruptcy. the company issued a statement saying that is not the case. it did in the matter. stock closed down 33% for the day. what is bad for oil companies and oil company investors has been great for drivers. the national average for a gallon of regular, $1.72. down more than 20 cents in a
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month. some in the country getting close to $1 a gallon. the cheapest gas is a 7/eleven selling for $1.11. to new hampshire now. the voting has begun in the first in the nation's primary. "new day" begins now. >> it is a long list that it's a long list of things that disparages people. >> we are here in new hampshire competing for the votes. at this point it's a turnout game. >> everybody is a player until you get punched in the face. >> is there a system where you memorize answers? >> join with us in making that political revolution. >> when i'm on a stage like this, i wish i could say what i
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really think. >> it would be malpractice not to say, okay, what worked, what can we do better. this is "new day" with chris cuomo, alisyn camerota and michaela pereira. >> look at what. what avis ta to start this day. welcome to viewers in the united states and around the world. you are gorgeous every day, my love. every day. we are here at the focal point of american politics in new hampshire, specifically the waterworks cafe in manchester. guess what, polls are opening right now. just after midnight as a matter of fact. three towns casting a handful of ballots. the big population centers right now are pretty soon with this, the nation's first primary.
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the race will likely be decided by undecided voters. as many as 40% of people saying they still don't know who they are going to vote for, or even which party. many as late as when they enter the booth. three-way tie a top the republican field. let's take them through it. >> we have donald trump, ted cruz, john kasich. bernie sanders doubling hillary clinton at this early hour. the numbers are minuscule. still, 17-19. dixville notch giving a boost to john kasich. >> many say we could call it right now. >> some millsfield, ted cruz has nine votes. slow down, millsfield. hillary clinton edging sanders, 2-1.

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