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tv   Early Today  NBC  February 26, 2016 4:00am-4:31am PST

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it's friday, february 26th. coming up on "early today," the tense gop debate proved to be a texas-sized slugfest. >> you'll have competition. you'll have so many different plains. >> now he's repeating himself. >> no. no, no, no. no. >> i watched him repeat himself five times four weeks ago. >> i saw you repeat yourself five times five seconds ago. he says five things, we're going to make america win. we're going to lead in the polls. >> you're all talk and no action. first of all, this guy's a choke arsist and this guy's a liar. >> and those were just the
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slower moments. developing overnight, new details on the kansas shooting. four dead, 14 others injured. and erin andrews leaves the courtroom as the jury is showing the naked video taken by her convicted stocker. plus the latest log vegas odds on who will take home the oscar. "early today" starts right now. good morning. it was a true texas slugfest. republicans came out swinging. both former president bush and barbara bush were in attendance. the donald wasn't one to sit back and take it, take a look at the top tweeted moment of night on the subject of replacing obama care. >> so that's the only part of the plan? just the interstate competition? >> you'll have many different plans. you'll have competition. you'll have so many different plans.
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>> now he's repeating himself. >> no. no, no, no. i watched him repeat himself five times four weeks ago. >> i watched you repeat yourself five times five seconds ago. >> i watched him melt down on the stage like i've never seen anybody. >> let's keep on the subject. let's talk about your plan. >> he says five things. you're going to make america great again, we're going to win, win, win. >> senator rubio, please. >> every niall. >> please stop. >> attacks on trump's political donations. >> for the book -- >> donald, donald, relax. >> i'm relaxed. you're the basket case. go ahead. go ahead. >> don't get nervous. >> does it work? >> and then cruz brings us full circle slamming trump on past health care positions. >> have you said you're a liberal on health care. >> excuse me. let me talk. >> talk away.
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explain your plan. please. >> my plan is very simple. i will not -- we're going to have -- we are going to have private health care, but i will not allow people to die on the sidewalks and the streets of our country if i'm president. you may let it, and you may be fine with it. >> does the government pay for everyone's health care? yes or no. >> we are going to take people -- >> just answer the question. >> excuse me. >> on wednesday trump was the most googled candidate in the state of texas and during the debate, the numbers were similar with john kasich and ben carson getting a boost. trump dominated twitter conversation and gained the most followers. rubio and kasich were second and third. later, cruz talked to nbc's hallie jackson about trump's tax returns. >> i want to get your sense -- >> rather astonishing that donald still refuses to hand over his tax returns, raising a real question what's in there? if his audits reveal he's committed tax fraud, republican primary voters deserve to know that now and not in the general
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election. >> -- irs. >> i do, but that doesn't mean anyone can commit fraud and defraud the irs. >> governor kasich maintained a positive tone after the debate. >> as the field gets narrower and i don't have to fight for time, it a lllows me to be in m kmpt zone. i was able to get it being constructive not being in a war. >> he's actually right. e had edged out marco rubio in speaking time by just under a minute. dr. ben carson ended the night talking to msnbc's chris matthews about this views on medicine and the future of his campaign. >> and people ask me all the time, do you miss medicine? and i always say, i miss the way it used to be. this would be one of my goals. to try to make medicine fun again. to make it efficient again. >> will you be with this race all the way top cleveland? >> it will really depend on how many delegates we're collecting,
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and how much enthusiasm we have. >> meanwhile, over on the democratic side, hillary clinton is speaking out about her relationship with donald trump. >> how surprised are you that we are finding -- we woke up after nevada and everybody in washington said, oh, my god, this guyed going to be the next nomination nomination. >> i didn't no him well. most surprising to see somebody affable, good company had a reputation of being bigger than life. really traffic in a lot of the prejudices and paranoia and some of the comments he's made, so divisive and mean-spirited doesn't quite fit with what i thought i knew about him, and so i think it's going to be interesting to see -- if he does get the nomination, he decides to do with it how he presents himself, but he has really been offensive, and in many respects surprising to those of us who
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did know him. >> the "new york times" editorial board, which endorsed clinton, is now calling for her to release the transcripts of her paid wall street speeches. sentiments that her campaign rival bernie sanders agrees with. >> i have talked about the fact that hillary clinton has received many millions of dollars from wall street for her campaign and for her super pac. she's received very large speaker's fees from goldman sachs. i think those are important issues. and by the way, i "new york times" editorial, urging secretary clinton to release the transcripts of the speeches she gave behind closed doors to wall street. >> clinton responded hitting back against her critics. >> the real question underneath this is -- okay. if you take money fro wall street. >> right. >> can you regulate wall street? >> right. >> well, barack obama took more money from wall street than any candidate who's ever run for
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president, turned around, passed an signed the dodd/frank bill. i think you should be judged on what you've done, and -- and i -- i'm more than happy to put my record against bernie sanders. if you look what caused the great recession, a bill he voted for in 2000, had a greater impact than most of the talk that we're now doing. so let's -- let's get everybody out on the same field. i feel like -- you know, i don't mind being responsive. i don't mind answering question, but at some point i want everybody to have to answer. >> right. i respect that call. can you assure the american people that you didn't say anything in those speeches that would undermine your promise to be tough on wall street and big banks? >> absolutely. absolutely. >> the full interview with hillary clinton hair airs late morning on msnbc. in other news, three people are dead and 14 others injured after a gunman opened fire at multiple locations in rural
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kansas late yesterday afternoon. the alleged shooter who has been identified as sedrick larry ford was armed with a long gun and a pistol and killed by police exchanging gunfire. nbc has the report. >> everybody said there was gunshots, a shooter, hearing pop, pop. >> reporter: near the end of the work day when authorities in south central kansas were called to a shooting, and a report by another attack as another location and then word of active shooter inside excel industries. >> didn't matter who it was. no specific target. shooting anyone that got in his way. >> reporter: first he shot someone in the plant's parking lot. >> looking at him, he yelled, went -- entered the building. >> reporter: multiple fatalities and more gin you ared. >> inside the building he shot a total of 15 people. four were killed, including himself, the shooter. >> reporter: the sheriff says the lone gunman was killed by
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law enforcement after he went on a shooting spree as four locations. authorities have not yet reveal add motive, but say the suspect was employed at the plant. dan shanman, nbc news. kansas governor sam brownback ordered flags lowered today in honor of the victims. apple filed a motion thursday to vacate a judge's order that it assist the fbi in assessing the iphone of san bernardino shooter sayed farook saying the order would violate the fifth amendment rights and damage security of their products. fbi director comey countered the argument saying the code would only work in farook's phone. google, facebook and microsoft plan to sell separate amicus or friend of the court briefs in support of apple within the next week. a look at your weekend weather, here's nbc meteorologist bill karins. >> good morning. the west has been really nice most of this week.
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quiet, not very stormy. two storms to deal with going throughout your weekend. first approaching coastal area, mostly a weak storm affecting northern california northward bringing rain today, especially for your ride home from work and school, too. 5:00 p.m. notice the green is the rain. portland, definitely have umbrellas, seattle a little after 5:00. kids get home from school at least and further south in these areas of california. by 8:00, onshore and lighter. a period of light rain. not a lot of rain out of this system. just enough if you're concerned about getting wet, have the umbrella. today's forecast, still very warm areas from phoenix, tusons, los angeles, looking warm today. saturday a nice day for everyone. the storm in the west moves to iran mountain west, showers through salt lake city and boise. sunday, a bigger storm moving onshore. notice a chance of thunder in the seattle area. heavier rain, temperatures pretty warm but the highest
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passes getting snow from the storm system. watching that as t of central oregon watching the rain for you later this afternoon. i guess your pick afternoon in the west, saturday afternoon. looks like the best. >> looks like a good one, bill. appreciate it. just ahead, an amazing medical first for women. plus, an emotional erin andrews leaves the courtroom as the jury views the naked video shot by a convicted stalker. and a dramatic rescue. police pull a man from a fiery car crash. dames in two. (baseball on tv in background) with heart failure, danger is always on the rise. symptoms worsen because your heart isn't pumping well. (water filling room)
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chilling and uncomfortable moments in court that caused erin andrews to leave the courtroom. jurors saw for the first time the tape at the center of her lawsuit that caught her naked in hoare roolgts shot by a stalker. we have more. >> reporter: the video that she says changed her life was shown to a room full of strangers. erin andrews stepped out as the jury sat in the dark watching those stolen images viewed almost 17 million times. >> so this is the first one at the national marriott. correct? >> yes, this is the one. once it's on internet it's on internet. many have multiple copies there. >> reporter: michael david barrett altered the peep hole of andrews' door and saw her getting dressed. he a admitted to following her to three different hotels across the country. he offered a tearful apology, begging her forgiveness. >> his apology isn't good enough.
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it doesn't take down the video off the internet. i've cried enough and it's not taking the video down. >> reporter: earlier, andrews' therapist described the panic andrews felt when her stalker got out of jail and she wasn't told. andrews is expected to take the stand next week. hearing new testimony from the man she says left her hurt and humiliated. morgan radford, nbc news. dramatic moments as a police officer in corpus christi, texas, rescued the driver captures video. all captured on video. >> get out of the car. your truck's on fire. get out. come on. crawl out the passenger side door. your car is on fire. dude, you're on fire. >> the officer broke the window
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with his baton and then he and several onlookers pulled the driver to safety just before fire engulfed this suv. the driver was treated at a hospital for non-life-threatening injuries. incredible video there. and surgeons in cleveland say they have performed the first uterus transplant that used uterus from a deceased organ donor. this, for woman to have a chance at pregnancy. just ahead, oprah winfrey loses $24 million as weight watchers is losing more than just a few pounds. ♪ one day a rider made a decision. the decision to ride on and save money. he decided to save money by switching his motorcycle insurance to geico. there's no shame in saving money.
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leading the news -- in the san francisco "chronicle," dna testing reunites colombian sisters after 30 years. they were separated as children after a volcanic eruption triggered an avalanche. it took at least 20 lives. the sisters were taken in and raised by separate families. on thursday they met for the first time after three decades, and a social media campaign, and a dna test. from the bbc news, "holy grail" the beatles record to be auctioned. gave the beatles a recording contract, 50 years languished and a law forgotten by its holder. now that rare piece unveiled and up for sale bearing the
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heading to court in hayward. the man accused of killing 22-year-old stacey aguilar set to be charged with murder but his immigration status making headlines this morning. how will the company respond to court? the critical deadline looming today. putting all their chips on the table. the gop hopefuls get sharp, sarcastic and scathing in their attacks trying to budge donald trump off his perch. "today in the bay" starts right now. and a good friday morning, we're lively here, as well. thank you for joining us, i'm sam brock. >> laughing about the whole presidential thing. i'm laura garcia-cannon. let's get a

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