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please consider giving me the chance to do this job for you. >> we are no longer accepting establishment politics or establishment economics. that we want this country to move forward in a different direction. thank you all very much. >> candidates make their closing arguments ahead of today's first in the nation primary in new hampshire. and some of the votes are already in. plus, former new york city mayor michael bloomberg breaks on his silence on whether he enters the race. will he make the gamble after all? and breaking news in germany, a head on collision involving two passenger trains. it's 5:30 on the east coast. 2:30 out west. this is "way too early."
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good morning. it is tuesday, february 9. it is primary day. we have a crowd of good looking insomniacs live in manchester, new hampshire. i'm chris jansing. but we'll begin with the breaking news out of germany. two commuter trains colliding this morning. it happened near the town of bad aibling in southern germany. one of the trains derailed in the incident. a police spokesman tells nbc news at least eight people are dead. at least 50 more have been seriously injured. and a hundred rescue workers are on the scene. several rescue helicopters are reportedly flying the injured to hospitals in the area. right now officials say it's not clear what caused the collision. as new hampshire voting gets under way some ballots are in early. some might say way too early. the three tiny hamlets of dixville notch, harts location and mills field went to the
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polls at midnight which new hampshire laws allows in towns with under a hundred residents. it was a whopping four minutes and 20 seconds and bernie sanders won all four in dixville notch. john kasich beat donald trump trump. and there's a three-way tie for first at nine votes each. while sanders leads hillary clinton 17-9. today new hampshire democrats will go to the polls and choose between their 2008 winner of the state contest. and a wildly popular senator from neighboring vermont. but on the eve of the primary, it was bill clinton who seized the headlines after unleashing a withering attack on bernie sanders and his supporters sunday night. here's the former president yesterday seemingly acknowledging the attention those comments drew. >> the hotter this election gets the more i wish i were just a former president and just for a few months not the spouse of the
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next one. because, you know, i have to be careful what i say. tonight, my job is to introduce hillary. sometimes when i'm on a stage like this i wish we weren't married, then i could say what i really think. >> well, despite suggesting he'd bite his tongue, the 42nd president continued to sharpen the contrast between his wife and opponent. here he is talking about gun control to income inequality to the establishment label he says sanders is trying to get voters to loathe. >> one of the things that has troubled me until the last few days is that if we ask any questions or try to have a respectful disagree on the issues her opponents just said, oh, that's the establishment, that's the old way. no, no, no. for god's sake let's not debate this. anybody who supporters her is a member of the establishment. which i guess is supposed to be bad. you have a congressman who lost
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his seat when i was president. dick sweat. he lost it because he voted for the brady bill to require universal background checks. now, has he become a member of the establishment? no. hillary's opponent voted against it five times and voted to immunize the gun manufacturers. we don't want to run him out of the democratic party but i don't agree with that. but i could have an honest debate about i. i don't have to bad-mouth him. >> meantime, in spite of being one of the worst kept secrets in washington, the fbi has formally confirmed the investigation into hillary clinton's e-mail server. for months the bureau declined to acknowledge the existence. but in a letter, it admits quote, it's working on matters related to former secretary clinton's use of a private e-mail server. still, the bureau has not publicly acknowledged the scope or even potential targets of this investigation. meanwhile, the two
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democratic candidates made one final push in front of their new hampshire supporters last night. bernie sanders' rally at unh was met with logistical issues. it had lesser known musicians as well as remarks from a model. that took place three hours before sanders even took the stage. the packed audience of college students dwindled leaving it half full by the time the senator spoke. after another day of watching her husband play attack dog, hillary clinton made the case for her achievable proposals and warning against overpromising in a campaign. >> this big job interview that you're conducting tomorrow, you've got to ask yourself, who could do all aspects of the job? you know, that's really what this is about. >> you know people say in america we should think small.
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we should not have a vision. well, making public colleges and universities tuition free, reducing significantly student debt, that's not a radical idea. >> i have said over and over again, i am a progressive. and i think being a progressive means you want to make real progress. you don't want to overpromise. the last thing we need is promises that can't be met. >> we should be encouraging people to get an education. not making it harder and not forcing people to pay 20, 25% of their income paying it back on student debt. >> you tell them, bernie! >> i am going to tell them. >> now, over to the republican side. and in an interview with nbc's lester holt, senator marco rubio batted back criticism for repeating himself four times in this weekend's debate. but then last night in gnash you
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shah, he struggled with it again. >> we are taking the struggles of raising the children in the 21st century and it's hard to instill our values in our kids instead of the values to ram down their throats. it's hard to instill in the values we teach in the homes and the churches instead of what they try to ram down our throats in movies and popular culture. >> donald trump who has led since july finished out the canal pain with a rally of about -- campaign with a rally of about 5,000 supports last night. he pleaded with them to vote, talked about the comments in favor of waterboarding and he was prompted by a woman in the audience to describe epithet about ted cruz. i need to give you a warning, some might find this offensive.
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>> they asked ted cruz a serious question, what do you think of waterboarding, is it okay? i thought he'd say it's okay, but he said, he was concerned about the incident -- some people -- she just said a terrible thing. she just said -- shout it out because i don't want to -- okay. you're 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 pussy. that's terrible. terrible. now -- >> trump trump trump trump! >> what kind of people do i have here? okay? what do i have? not so long ago, not so far from here, i had a group of people we're doing question and answer. and somebody came up with a
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pretty tough statement about obama. and the press got very angry because i didn't defend the president, remember? i took a lot of heat. i didn't reprimand the person that said it. so i want to just tell you right now, ma'am, you're reprimanded. okay? can she stay? can she stay? >> yes! >> okay. you're reprimanded. so for the press, this is a serious reprimand. >> with john kasich rising to second place in some of the latest new hampshire polls it would seem like as good a time as any to remind undesited voters that the ohio governor is a conservative. but when kasich was asked by a voter in wyndham why he deserved her vote in the democratic primary, instead of hillary clinton and bernie sanders, here's what he had to say. >> so i'm still undecided, but i'm choosing between you, hillary and bernie sanders. >> okay. isn't that interesting?
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no. >> hang with me. hang tight. >> no. here's the thing. okay, how do i get you over? >> so my question is -- >> let's get up close and personal. >> my question is, why should i vote for you in the democratic primary tomorrow? >> look, i'm an independent guy. nobody tells me what to do but i'm not way out here. i mean, bernie's a socialist. that ain't gonna happen. i mean it's not going to happen. we're not going to tax people 95%. hillary's two brittle and bernie is way out on the extreme. i'm the right for ridge. one is too hot, the other is too cold. but i've got the right temperature. >> goldie locks. meantime, jeb bush has called in the cavalry calling in his mother and a fund-raising e-mail from dad.
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he attacked john kasich and donald trump, his voice is beginning to fail from the strain of the trail. his press has improved and "the washington post" and "tampa bay times" noted an upbeat candidate speaking to a sizable crowd. i spoke with him yesterday on his campaign bus. >> here's the other headline. bush loyalists concede the end may be in sight. >> these unnamed loyalists aren't very loyal. i'm -- i'm heading to south carolina where we have an extraordinary organization and nevada where the same applies. >> no matter what? >> no matter what. and florida is march 15th. and just about every person t t that -- >> gut instinct, where are you going to finish tomorrow? >> i don't know, but i think we'll beat expectations. that's a low bar since obituaries were written a day or so ago. >> so you feel you can finish above dead? >> exactly. >> when it comes to visiting new
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hampshire this campaign season, chris christie is second only to john kasich and yet the new jersey governor is still way back in the polls. so yesterday, when an undecided voter asked a question at one of the town halls, governor christie got on bended knee. >> i haven't decided yet. >> all right. one of the shoppers. you haven't decided yet. >> i really like you. >> what do i need to do? >> explain your social security. >> you want me to explain the social security plan. >> i'm 53 years old. and i'm very nervous about retiring. >> okay. >> my husband works his ass off and we paid into it. >> yeah. >> i'm really afraid of it going away and becoming an entitlement. >> i'll explain it to you. >> okay. please convince me. honest to god i want to vote for you and this is the point. >> i was going to get up but i
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think i'll stay on one knee. >> yesterday christie picked up the endorsement of reality tv star buddy baker ve laster who is known as, yes, the cake boss. billionaire and former new york city mayor michael bloomberg said he's considering a run. he was critical of the current race saying i final the level of discourse distressingly banal and an outrage to the voters. i'm listening to what the candidates are saying and what the primary voters are doing. bloomberg has given him a march deadline to enter the race. the new interview marks the first time that bloomberg has confirmed he's eyeing a presidential bid. last month, "the new york times" reported that bloomberg had told advisers to draw up plans for a potential independent campaign, spending as much as $1 billion of his own money. still ahead on "way too
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early" -- the cdc has now moved to its highest alert level over the zika level. we'll tell you what action the president wants to take. new information on the criminal investigation against johnny manziel. more on the domestic assault allegations outlined in newly obtained court documents. those stories and a check on the weather, including a check of the new hampshire primary. "way too early," back in a moment. vo: know you have a dedicated advisor and team who understand where you come from. we didn't really have anything, you know. but, we made do.
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one through sexual transmission. let's turn to business. stocks trimmed sharp losses but still ended a lot lower with s&p posting the lowest close since april 2014. cnbc's nancy hulgrave has more. donald trump contended that the markets still seem overvalued. >> that's right. in fact, donald trump said he thinks it looks like we're in a big fat juicy bubble, although he hopes that's not the case. we have been speaking to plenty of investors trying to weigh in on whether or not this is a bubble bursting or simply a short term blip. but nevertheless, some major moves to the downside in the u.s. markets yesterday. u.s. futures calling for a bit of a rebound today. but we've got a mixed session here in europe and we saw dramatic losses in the asia session as well. japan's stock market was dropping sharply and however, there is thinner holiday trade there. one reason behind the sell-off, the concern over bank. and we talked about the global
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growth winds affecting them and everyone is keeping an eye on oil prices. we saw a dip yesterday, but the oil is on the rebound. that's a major central point. back to you for now. >> nancy hulgrave, thank you so much. time now for sports and we begin with new details surrounding browns quarterback johnny manziel's alleged assault on his ex-girlfriend last month. the woman colleen crowley was granted a protective order on friday after filing an affidavit detailing her account of the january 29th incident in dallas. in it, she says manziel had been physical with her. grabbing her by the hair to throw her in a car. she also claims she told a hotel valet she feared for her life. her attorney told nbc 5 in dallas yesterday that manziel hit crowley so hard it ruptured her eardrum. manziel reportedly agreed to the protective order, forbidding seeing her for two years and she paid the -- and he paid the attorney fees.
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meantime, bills running back leshon mccoy is under investigation after an alleged fight with three off duty police officers in a philadelphia night club over the weekend. according to police, two were hospitalized with injuries. the bills released a statement saying that the organization is quote, aware of the reports regarding lesean mccoy and is in process of gathering more news. you inspired me to love the sweat, to love the tears but most of all you inspired me to love the game. those are just some of the words used by seahawks quarterback russell wilson in a heart felt thank you letter to broncos quarterback peyton manning ahead of his possible retirement. he cites his experience as a tenth grader at one of manning's quarterback camps saying you inspired the kid in the green shirt. manning has yet to make an official announcement about his plans for the next season. turning now to the nba where
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in new york, the knicks have fired head coach derek fisher in which the team has lost nine of ten games. and they finished last year with just 17 wins in 82 games. assistant kurt rambus will serve as the interim coach for the rest of the season. it prompted dennis rodman to throw his hat in the ring tweeting phil jackson to express interest. no word on whether the knicks will consider rodman for that new role. let's get a check of your weather with wnbc meteorologist raphael miranda. >> hey, chris. unlike yesterday's blizzard, this one will miss new england. so a look at the voting weather, looking good. 20s to around 30s. a few snow showers. that's about it, and a few flurries. no weather impacts for the voters there. this is is our next storm bringing a snow threat to ohio valley and even to new york city where we have winter weather
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advisories in effect. not expecting a whole lot of snow. generally in the one to four inch range. this is later on today, tonight and into tomorrow morning. it's cold in chicago. 22, snow expected there as well, and the heat continues out west. near 90 today in los angeles. chris, over to you. >> wow, 90 degrees seems a world away. thanks, raphael. still ahead, another jon stewart protege flying solo. and plus, beyonce's show stopping super bowl performance sparks controversy among those who say it was too political. we'll have her response next on "way too early." this bale of hay cannot be controlled. when a wildfire raged through elkhorn ranch, the sudden loss of pasture became a serious problem for a family business. faced with horses that needed feeding and a texas drought that sent hay prices soaring, the owners had to act fast. thankfully, mary miller banks with chase for business. and with greater financial clarity and a relationship built for the unexpected,
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>> it's true. we're all witches. any other questions? >> and turning now to another woman making headlines, beyonce's super bowl performance has sparked both praise and controversy for its various homages including nods to michael jackson and the black panthers. yesterday, rudy giuliani was asked what he thought of the halftime show. >> well, i thought it was really outrageous that she used it as a platform to attack police officers who are the people that protect her and protect us. >> make me proud. what i wanted people -- i wanted people to feel proud. have fun. >> we should note that last week
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