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>> let's dispel once and for all with this fiction that barack obama doesn't know what he's doing. he knows exactly what he's doing. let's dispel with this fiction that barack obama doesn't know what he's doing. he knows exactly what he's doing. here's the bottom line, this notion that barack obama doesn't know what he's do being is just not -- >> there it is. >> anyone who believes that barack obama isn't doing what he's doing on purpose doesn't understand what we're dealing with here. >> driving home the message or stuck on talking points? rubio defends his debate performance as rival chris christie goes for the kill. it's 5:30 on the east coast, 2:30 out west, this is "way too early." good morning. it's monday, february 8th, i'm chris janzing live from manchester, new hampshire. now just a day before the first in the nation primary.
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we'll get to the super bowl in a second. and a tale of two quarterbacks. cam newton withers under denver's defense. and have we seen peyton manning's last snap under center? but first a quick rundown of some of the latest polls in the new hampshire republican primary tomorrow. cnn/wmur has donald trump with a 17-point lead. 33% to marco rubio's 16%. ted cruz in third at 14%. ohio governor john kasich 11%. jeb bush at 7% and carly fiorina at 6%. local station wbur puts trump at 29 points, 17 ahead of rubio and cruz tied at 12%. with jeb bush and kasich tied at 9%. fiorina at 8%, chris christie at 6%. and monmouth university gives trump a 16-point lead, this time over kasich at 14%. rubio and bush tied at 13%. that's a nine-point gain for bush since last month. and cruz, close behind at 12%. christie down at 6%. now over the weekend, senator marco rubio stumbled in
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the abc news republican debate. he was asked about his accomplishments after supporter rick santorum struggled to name a single one. rubio then gave a canned answer over and over. in a brutal exchange with new jersey governor chris christie. >> let's dispel once and for all with this fiction that barack obama doesn't know what he's doing. he knows exactly what he's doing. barack obama is undertaking a systematic effort to change this country. to make america more like the rest of the world. >> let's remember something, every morning when the united states senator wakes up they think about what kind of speech can i give or what kind of bill can i drop. i like marco rubio and he's a smart person and a good guy but he simply does not have the experience to be president of the united states and make these decisions. >> i think the experience is not just what you did, but how it worked out. we don't need to add to it by electing someone who has experience at running up and destroying the credit rating of his state. but i would add this, let's dispel with this fiction that brk doesn't know what he's doing. he knows exactly what he's
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doing. he is trying to change this country. >> that's what washington, d.c. does. the drive-by shot at the beginning, with incorrect and incomplete information, and then the memorized 25-second speech that is exactly what his advisers gave him. when you're governor of a state, the memorized 30 second speech where you talk about how great america is at the end of it doesn't solve one problem for one person. they expect you to plow the snow. they expect you to get the schools open. >> christie your state got hit by a massive snowstorm two weeks ago. you didn't even want to go back. they had to shame you into going back. and then you stayed there for 36 hours, and then you left and came back to campaign. those are the facts. here's the bottom line, this notion that barack obama doesn't know what he's doing is just not threw. >> there it is. the memorized 25-second speech. >> that's the reason why this campaign is so important. >> there it is, everybody. >> governor christie's attacks on marco rubio have gone from tough to blistering. and he framed saturday night as a potential game changer for the shrinking pack of candidates. >> are you feeling the pressure? and what are you going to do in
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these -- >> do i look like i'm feeling pressure? >> you look pretty laid back. >> i'm very relaxed. you know why? because i'm confident because i know what i'm doing. >> do you really discount the conventional wisdom? >> yeah, i discount it. because conventional wisdom has never dealt with a race with 17 candidates before. and 12 that were here as far as a week ago. and now, eight that are still in the race. the narrative going into last night was there's three people left. it's just trump and cruz and rubio and that's it. and the anointed one last night didn't look like he was ready for the game. okay? so, i'm not ready to accept any conventional wisdom on this. that's why i'm very relaxed. you see me looking nervous on that stage last night did you? and if you're not nervous then you can be sure i'm not nervous at shooters. >> this while marco rubio maintains that he said exactly what he wanted to. >> it's interesting that right now, after last night's debate, oh, you said the same three or four times. i'm going to say it again. the reason why these things are in trouble is because barack obama is the first president, at least in my lifetime, that wants
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to change the country. change the country. not fix it. not fix its problems. he wants to make it a different kind of country. >> mean time, the iowa democratic party said yet that it discovered errors in the results from five precincts in last week's democratic caucus. but that the results remain the same. in the end, hillary clinton beat bernie sanders by a quarter of a percentage point. as for the polling out of new hampshire conducted after the caucuses, boy it's all over the map. a new monmouth university poll has sanders leading clinton by 10 points, 52% to 42%. a four-point swing in clinton's favor since last month. meanwhile, a new umass/amherst/wbz poll has sanders ahead by 23. the same by a cnn/wmur poll. a new wbur poll out of the granite state has sanders ahead by 15 points, 54% to 39%.
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bernie sanders' foreign policy is being challenged this morning after what some see as shaky answers on world affairs during last week's debate. including his remarks that north korea is run by a handful of dictators. clinton backer and former secretary of state madeleine albright slammed sanders' foreign policy acumen over the weekend, forcing the senator to respond. >> he really, i think, does not know the things. i was really surprised at the answers to his questions in the debate. most people know how many dictators north korea has. i have spent an awful lot of time on the hill, in a variety of ways. i've gone up and down briefings and all kinds of things. unless he looked totally different at the time, he has never been to any briefing. >> number one, i have been to briefing after briefing after briefing. you know, the fact just a couple of weeks ago when i visited with the president, one of the things that we talked about was iran
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and foreign policy. it is obviously an enormously important part of what being a president is about. the issue here is not just experience, the issue is judgment. i voted against the first gulf war, which history will record as the right vote. i led the opposition against the war in iraq, which history will also record as being the right thing. >> that's the same argument used against barack obama in 2008. who is this senator, this young senator? he doesn't have any experience in foreign policy. didn't work then, won't work now. taking a detour from stumping just two days before the new hampshire primary, hillary clinton went to flint, michigan, yesterday, where she called that city's lead contaminated water supply, and the delayed response to it, immoral. >> i am here because, for nearly
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two years, flint's water was poisoned. i'm here because for nearly two years, mothers and fathers were voicing concerns about the water's color, about the smell, about the rashes that it gave to those who bathing in it. and for nearly two years, you were told flint was told the water was safe. this is not merely unacceptable or wrong, though it is both. what happened in flint is immoral. >> clinton also urged congress to move forward on a $600 million bill to bring some relief to the city's water crisis. clinton and her democratic rival senator bernie sanders will be back in flint for a debate next month. now, while his wife was in flint, former president bill
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clinton picked up a hatchet in new hampshire. upping his attacks on her lone remaining opponent. clad in red and black plaid, president clinton tried to lay out the contrast between the former secretary of state and the senator on everything from wall street to paying for college to -- >> you can't offer a health care program that you don't know what costs. the new hampshire i campaigned in really cared about whether you knew what you were going to do would cost. and how it was paid for. hillary's opponent has a different view. he said, look, it's a her metically sealed box, it's very effective, he said look the system's rigged against you, by the big banks. and both parties are in the in ral of the big banks. anybody that takes money from goldman sachs couldn't possibly be president. what we need to do is deal with the next crisis, what these hedge funds are doing, and billionaires are doing off the banks.
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hillary says don't blind yourself with hatred of categories, go after bad actors. the bad actors are everywhere. get them where they are. bad actors. >> well, he went on. calling attention to the culture of so-called bernie bros telling the stories of women supporting hillary clinton online who have been trolled by sanders backers. >> she and other people who have gone online to defend hillary and explain, just explain why they supported her, have been subject to vicious trolling. and attacks that are literally too profane, often, not to mention sexist, to repeat. all four of them have been subject to these unbelievable personal attacks. from people, how dare you be a part of the establishment. so now we've been told that planned parenthood, the human rights campaign fund is part of the establishment.
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it's a hermetically sealed deal. if you're not for us, the boston globe, the concord monitor, the portsmouth newspaper, they're all part of the establishment, except the national paper, they endorse her, too, but bernie took what they said good about him and put it in under all these endorsements, except they didn't endorse. today, they used a veteran's name saying he endorsed. he didn't endorse. but if you pointed out, just showed you how tight you are to the establishment. when you're making a revolution, you can't be too careful about the facts. you're just for me or against me. i want you to laugh, because when you're mad you can't think. my mother told me when i was a boy and i was so mad at something somebody did, she said, bill, any time somebody tries to get you to stop thinking, they are not your true friend. i just want you to think.
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>> now, in an interview yesterday, sanders called the online harassment of clinton supporters disgusting. >> dou >> we don't want that. we'll do everything, and i think we have tried. anybody who was supporting me is doing sexist things is -- we don't want them. >> let's turn to business now, where investors will be watching earnings results from a host of big companies this week. along with federal reserve chair janet yellen's congressional testimony. cnbc's julia chatterley joins us live from london for more. julia, let's start with earnings. what do we expect this week? she doesn't seem to have contact with us so we will hopefully get back to julia in just a little bit. julia chatterley from london. mean time the search for survivors continues this morning after a powerful earthquake struck taiwan on saturday. the 6.4 magnitude quake hit the city of tainen the hardest. according to the ap at least 37
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people are dead. officials fear more than 100 people may still be trapped under a collapsed 17-story apartment building. the city's mayor says each rescue is taking emergency workers 8 to 12 hours, because the damaged buildings are so unstable. more than 170 people have been rescued so far, including a baby girl who was rushed to the hospital after being trapped under debris for 30 hours. another woman was rescued from under the body of her husband who had shielded her from a collapsed beam. still ahead on "way too early," the denver broncos are waking up on top of the football world this morning after a dominant defense in super bowl 50. we'll have the highlights. plus bill karins tracking two blizzards and some winter weather expected ahead of the new hampshire primaries tomorrow. "way too early" back in just a moment.
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television sets to see the nfl's top two teams battle for a chance to hoist the lombardi trophy. billed as a quarterback battle of old versus new, reigning league mvp cam newton and the carolina panthers no match against peyton manning and the suffocating broncos defense. carolina which led the nfl in points this year was held to its fewest total of the season. the denver "d" allowed just 194 yards. the fewest by a super bowl winner. and sacked newton six times. meanwhile, broncos linebacker von miller earned the game's mvp honors after a performance that included a pair of forced fumbled. the first, a stripped sack for a touchdown in the opening quarter. and then another in the fourth, which set up a game-clinching td. the 24-10 denver victory is peyton manning's second championship title, making him the first quarterback to win super bowls with different franchises. a win with the colts in 2007 was the other. however, there is still no official word from manning on whether he's played his final game in the nfl.
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>> so, peyton, is this your final game for your career? >> you know, i'll take some time to reflect. i got a couple of priorities first. i want to go kiss my wife and my kids. i want to go, you know, hug my family. i'm going to drink a lot of budweiser tonight, tracy, i promise you that. >> well, the broncos triumph, cam newton who provided no shortage of colorful commentary throughout the regular season was uncharacteristically reserved during this post-game interview. >> they just played better than us. i don't know what you want me to say. it's like -- [ inaudible ] -- they made more plays than us. and that's what it come down to. >> hmm. in other nfl headlines, the seattle seahawks running back mar shawn lynch could be calling it quits. historically a man of few words lynch hinted at his retirement
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with a tweet during the fourth quarter of last night's game. lynch posted this photo clearly alluding to the phrase hanging up the cleats. surrounded by rumors of retirement since last season the 29-year-old rusher struggled with injury for the majority of this year. missing nine regular season games, and one in the playoffs. after his tweet lynch received a number of responses on the social media site including kind words from quarterback russell wilson. time now for weather. for that we head down to 30 rock and nbc meteorologist bill karins. good morning, bill. >> good morning to you, chris. you came so close to chasing another blizzard. i know you were there in iowa for the one the day after the caucus there. as far as new hampshire is going to go, and also in new england, this is a close call with this. it's a glancing blow. i know cape cod will be more of a direct hit. but this is just a huge -- this is as big of a winter storm as you will ever see out here just off the east coast. but thankfully it's not heading up the coast. but it's so huge and the circulation so massive it is sending the outer band towards long island right now. snow is breaking out also in
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areas out on southern rhode island, nantucket, martha's vineyard and all of cape cod snow is now breaking out. it will be very windy, you could pick up maybe a foot of snow. winter weather advisories for the entire state of new hampshire. more or less a low impact event. couple inches here and there during the day today and into tonight and ending tomorrow morning. new york city is not expecting much either. it will be more or less out on long island 2 to 4 inches. as far as other cities go, boston 4 to 8. that's a significant storm for you. portland, maine, 4 to 8 inches. manchester 2 to 4 inches of snow. let me take you through the timing of this. bring you over here first. this is the forecast on tuesday. high temperatures in the 20s for the primary. that's not that bad with some cloudy skies. on and off snow showers. as we go into 7:00 a.m., the blue here shows you where we have some light snow out there. notice what's great about it is that we actually are going to advance it, we're actually going to watch it dissipating as we go throughout the day. conditions will actually be improving as it begins to move further to the north as we head through the noon hour. so from nashua to manchester,
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portsmouth and a lot of the other areas we're actually going to see an improving forecast, chris, for your tuesday. today will be the day that could be a little slippery late in the day. but that's about it, though. and new hampshire is not looking bad at all. >> all right, good to know. thank you, bill. still ahead, bernie sanders and larry david finally side by side on the same stage, "snl's" bern your enthusiasm, next. it takes a lot of work... to run this business. i'm on the move all day long... and sometimes, i just don't eat the way i should. so i drink boost
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so bernie, how's things
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going up in new hampshire? >> okay. >> just okay? >> well, it's pretty, pretty, pretty, pretty good. [ applause ] >> that's great, bernie. and now, ladies and gentlemen, the 1975. le. >> help. somebody, please. >> my god, what happened? >> i don't know. are you bernie sanders? i was just on my way to vote for you. >> oh, how -- what can i do? how can i help? >> well i think i dislocated my shoulder so can you just pop it back in?
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>> are you nuts? >> no, it's easy, just pop it back in. >> go to a hospital. i don't pop -- i'm not a popper. >> come on, the polls close in an hour if you want my vote just pop it back in. >> i don't want it that bad. i've never popped in my life. i'm from brooklyn. we don't pop in brooklyn. i'm sorry. >> come on! >> i have no popping experience. >> bernie! >> i'm sorry. bernie! [ bleep ] you bernie! >> bern your enthusiasm. "snl" also had fun with senator ted cruz after his win in iowa. take a look. >> and now a message from senator ted cruz. >> now i'll admit, i'm an unconventional candidate. i'm not like other politicians. i didn't get where i am today because i was born wealthy. or handsome. or charismatic. or nice. i am not cool.
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or likable. or even fine. i'm not young and hip, i am not up the chain. in other words, i have overcome perhaps the greatest political liability of all time. being ted cruz. >> and that's going to do it for me and "way too early." coming up, a special edition of "morning joe," live from new hampshire. among the many guests, presidential candidates jeb bush and chris christie. joe, mika and willie pick things up after a short break.
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♪ i touch myself. ♪ anybody else, when i think about ♪ good morning and welcome. [ cheers and applause ] it is monday, february 8, we're live -- [ cheers and applause ] just a few hours left to make their case before tomorrow's first in the nation primary. >> we're in new hampshire! >> and they're eating -- >> you guys wake up early! [ cheers and applause ] >> look at that. give me that sign. >> i love it.


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