tv Matter of Fact With Fernando Espuelas NBC February 14, 2016 6:30am-7:00am MST
there'not going to be a classic tablishment,avorite ofhe repn el, th is gngo ken trump rit ay or d cruz. they'rehting amongst ea otanit reay le a pretoopathgog rward athis pot. ferndoand how do guys see kasich's two positio in n hampshe? is that allyomething that is stainable, y think? shane: 's intoe really hard f. he basically mod to new hampshire. his super ent a ton of monein new hampsre, and after new hampshir has very, very little infrasucture. hes going to be south carolina tt couplef days and real intestin next weekhe is not just sng in south carolina, he is ng t michigan, which n't ve a il 6 marclls u lot out strategy - wre ty t yohe tinso mch 6 irelyhe nt state reacawin. that's a long ways away because therar12 or so states that vote on ma1. its per tuesday all ro the south.
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aner to thatuestion. i am running for presidt because think there is to mu income inequa and pe with ney have toouch power. th's his onsentnswer. campaign a lot and i dot know what her one sennce is. she'trd diffent .she's now saying, i'm running for est beuse fi frydaerican there'lileitthat "i" and "w reallis st pr andreer resus n hampshire just-- t i and the-- and how that resounded with ters. and lot people do respond to the we versus the i, ich they were aring from her. fernando: not sprisngly. anu think about -- oious the democrat re is t opleight now -- if you had guess terms in to happen, because we're all guessingin terms of the repuicans how wi this sha ounstoppt int,o yo ane: don'k an
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lked tdnc airwomanebbie wasserman schultz in milukee about the trump efect and chalnges within the democratic pay. britny: this is the spin room for the mocratic debate in milwaukee, where wasserman schulzngages with reporters. rule book when icomes to winninons. at does at mn for th decratic party afa -- strateg ms. sserman schulz:el donald trump has thrown out american vals, so frur perspective the entire republican fld has deced that they want to adhere the dictates of donald ump when icometi their aa, a -- brtany: drawing a hard line twn republicans and decrats,wassern hultsees a sharp corast- especiallyth donald trump. brittanyso, long at him as a potential frrunneritdoesn't chge anyinhe rty is crently d?
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ing earthe trt d support ofmericavors cae they agree th our part britny: michl ooerg sa couldsider a run for the pridcy atouldhat do tis race? ms. wasserman schu: think he'll find it uessary run,ause t isss are alreadintaken up by a candidatthatltimely haan rtunity be elected. itta: the chairwanlso ld me she lies both candidatesave the impnt issues coved, anters will respond. in milwaukeei'm ittany annon. fernando: thdemocrats have unched an intensive efrt to attracthe womes te, millennials, african americans, d the vote in the south and west one womais empowing undocued pe give them a voe in thiecon trid soivia yp om legas.to tgr asid: thank you for hang me. fernando: so youve been a very powerful advocate for dreamers -- what does it feel like to make an endorst for present? trid: was somethinghat
as an undocumented student i thinometimese ar that we still dove voices. sometimes still feel th we still otave a ro in ispolitil proces so it was dinitely a bi reonsilindt wa sothing thatidn't ke gheartedly and i think many others don't. ferndo: and you endoe hiary clinton, of course- why? astrid: well, the major reon was that i w talking to mmunity d i ha l ability talk to pnot onithilical ments oue oft, ath ocery the bustop and people, a lot of them,he ises they were talking about were things tt i thinsecretary clinton would be ry perful in and be able to get the job accomplished anal within ougrouof dreamers wreally talkeabout th. and beeve me, we caucud ourselve we tked about ande all me to e ncsion tt secretary clinton was a choi for us. feando: some dreamers have actually ge outhere and told somee ve for so
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ryland is e ra demoic mr ofseommi ressma prram p. van hlen: it'grt to be with you, thanks. fernando: thank you so much. the president has presented his budget. thmajoty in the house is saying ty will n a heg ont. es this into thcot ysfunction and immitr ng?rep. hollen: thiis really sad episode her we had hop wh the new ye, 2016, and with the new speaker who pressed an interest in morepenness and debate, th we would see different kind of attide. whatsaw inead s for th first time ever, we belve, the republican budget coittee chai are refusg to even have a presentati othe presidt', in the s wuslly ha esent'udt dictor come andtifyefor bumiees and the tlines of e esidens dget they've refus tallohim to
protocol and something everyamic rthr liuasi sbe unhappy about. fernando: so you mtioned protocol. i mean, en if they are going to vote against, why n hear out the president? rep. vanollen: well, tt's exactly wh wresking. thaty whetr yove had puican predents democratic presidents and regardss owho s been in the majority in capitol hill, the budget committees have always h from the president's main budt person. and should lp everybody u should want to hr e ids of the predes dget, ether you agrewithim or t in thend. anamerican peoe deserv thatinrii' wrien lter th my colleagues tthe chaihe budget committee asking them to reconsider this because it's a each of otocol b it's al a each of oppounity for evyby to hr tprt'budgetdean
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"tonht, we horis exaoinary seicto o nation remembeof the towering leg figures of our time the tion is in mourning.....after the unexpectedeath of e court justice antonin scalia. we'll take a lk back at his timen the supreme urt...nd how picking his replemenis alreadtuing litica and thtwo democratic esidential candidates re in corado yestday... drumming uppt ahead of per tuda what eaccandidate focused on toraw in pottial voters. good morng and welcome to news five today weekend. it's saturday -- feb. 14th... valents day. i'm gregingrando -- and i'jessica van meter- thanksor joining us. we start this morning.... with a couple of deadly r cidents over night.
fontanero exit in coloradosprings. poliay aoman was killed ter her truck slammed into the barrier just after midnigh at last chec. nortound traff is do to ju one le as crews inveigatthh. police sayhey don'know yet if dgs or alcohol were a factor. the her acci happened in fremont county on hhway 50 near mile post 27 state trays an s-u-v and a head on... killing the driver of the pick-up. he has been idtified as esequiel garduno of pueblo. the driver of the s-u-v was identified amichaeadams of colorado springs. he was flown to . mary corwin with serious injuries... a female passeng transported th minor injuries....and twchildren in the back weren't hur investigors e still trying
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