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it's an exciting time to be covering politics. that does it for us tonight. we'll see you tomorrow. now it's a time for a special look at the year of the outsiders. >> "first look" is up next. it's friday, february 12th. right now on "first look" -- life threatening windchills, record cold. the polar vortex is hitting the northeast and midwest with a vengeance. riding high after new hampshire, bernie sanders took a few punches from the former first lady on debate night. >> the kind of criticism that we have heard from senator sanders about our president i expect from republicans. i do not expect from someone running for the democratic nomination to succeed president obama. >> that is -- [ applause ] madam secretary, that is a low blow.
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the fbi is looking into a deadly machete attack as a possible terror attack. plus, dozens killed in massive riot at a mexican prison. rethinking the olympics and if it's really worth risking a zika infection. plenty to keep you occupied and entertained during this valentine's weekend. "first look" starts now. good to be with you on this friday. i'm francis rivera. many are bracing for dangerous temperatures, a polar vortex is bringing bone-chilling weather all the way down to florida. parts of new york state are already experiencing winter's bite with whiteout conditions along sections of the new york throughway. in scranton, a water main break made for a mess as power lines and trees were coated in ice. meteorologist steve saw kos is here. you have the east, frigid, bitter cold. out west, extreme heat for them.
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>> right. it's a tale of two seasons. summer like across the west, but the real threat is the east. that is where you see this pink shading. not often do you what are life threatening cold, but that's the case across pennsylvania, massachusetts and connecticut. the real tough period of cold comes in tomorrow night through sunday morning. so we have time to prepare for it, but check out these numbers. 40 degree below wind chills. that means you can frostbite in about ten minutes worth of time. nothing to mess around with. if you're headed up to new england for the presidents day weekend, terrible conditions with the cold. you may want to be inside. check out the temperatures by saturday morning, teens in the northeast. it only goes down from there. we'll be tracking the morning throughout the morning here. a nasty round for this weekend. >> i don't remember the last time -- i don't remember what it feels like. >> you don't want to remember it. >> steve, thank you for the update. next, to politics as the two democratic presidential
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candidates faced off in milwaukee last night. from attacking president obama to sparring over immigration, civil rights and even henry kissinger. >> today senator sander said that president obama failed the presidential leadership test. this is not first time that he has criticized president obama. in the past he's called him weak, a disappointment. i couldn't disagree more. the kind of criticism that we have heard from senator sanders about our president i expect from republicans, i do not expect from someone running for the democratic nomination to succeed president obama. >> that is, madam secretary that is a low blow. i have worked with president obama for the last seven years. but you know what? last i heard, we lived in a democratic society. last i heard a united states senator had the right to
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disagree with the president, including the president who has done such an extraordinary job. so i have voiced criticisms. maybe you haven't. i have. >> well, later sanders hit back on critic saying clinton's campaign is historic and he was thwarting history. >> well, you know, i think from the historical point of view, somebody with my background, somebody with my views, somebody who has spent his entire life taking on the big money interests, i think a sanders victory would be of some historical accomplishment as well. >> well, the share of twitter discussions was a dead tie, although sanders keeping with the recent traditions got more followers. clinton was able to narrow the gap from the start of the debate to the end. and now to the republican race and frontrunner donald trump who is really campaigning hard, hitting all groups. after a rally in baton rouge, he took time to autograph look at
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that. that is a baby sporting a mohawk and sporting a bedazzled trump pacifier. it wasn't all fun and games. for much of the day, trump was in a heated back and forth with nemesis ted cruz after he implied that he and marco rubio are with president obama on gay marriage. he responded that cruz is the worst liar, crazy and very dishonest. nbc's hallie jackson has more. >> i'm a volunteer with senator ted cruz. >> reporter: making some 25,000 phone calls a day to topple donald trump here. like he did in iowa. >> in the state of south carolina, i don't think people are interested in someone, a republican candidate who's pushed partial birth abortion, who won't defend marriage. >> reporter: cruz's strategy -- paint trump as too liberal with more ads like this one on the way. >> he pretends to be a republican. >> reporter: for his part, trump seems to be playing a more positive political game than before. >> it's going to be such an unbelievable week and a half.
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>> reporter: but in the more mannerly south, his more colorful language may be a big turnoff. >> he gets the nomination, they're going to sue his [ bleep ] off. >> reporter: as the bloomberg focus group found. >> it's crass. >> it's not professional. >> it's not how you want your your presidential united states. >> you turn on the television and you have profanity. >> and they're taking shots at the frontrunners. >> how do you think trump will solve anything? >> jeb bush has no foreign policy experience period. >> reporter: trying to move south carolina isn't simply a two-man fight. >> that was nbc's hallie jackson reporting. it was a dramatic end to a 41-day armed siege at the oregon refuge. three remaining anti-government activists surrendered to fbi thursday after hours of tense negotiations. well, the fourth and final occupier david fry had refused
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to come out, but finally turned himself in. all four are expected to face an arraignment before a image us trait judge today. the refuge will remain closed for weeks as the bomb squads sweep for explosives. meanwhile, cliven bundy was arrested after landing at the portland airport. he faces felony charges stemming from the armed standoff with law enforcement two years ago in nevada. four people remain hospitalized this morn argue a frightening attack in an ohio restaurant thursday evening. >> getting additional -- say the male black came in to attack several people. >> they've got at least four injured if you can send four medics. >> copy. >> that call was about a man in a head scarf that came in shortly after 6:00 p.m. local time. he entered the nazareth restaurant in columbus and reportedly began to attack
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people with machete. diners threw chairs to stop the attack. well, police chased him with the help of a helicopter. minutes later the suspect was stopped and police unsuccessfully tried to taser him. they say he lunged at officers with the machete and knife and was fatally shot. the fbi is helping but officials say of now, they're not calling it terrorism. at least 49 inmates are dead after a rival drug gang fight. it happened in the prison between a faction of the infamous si that gang and another group. the authorities say there was no gun fire. the officials say the situation is now under control and ruled out the possibility of a prison break. families gathered late thursday, some crying as they awaited news of loved ones. the riot comes less than a week before pope francis is scheduled to visit a different prison further north.
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time now to get down to business with cnbc's landon dowdy. happy friday to you. >> hey, happy friday to you. the markets look to end on a positive note. stocks sold off throughout the day on thursday and cut losses in half with the energy markets closed following the report that opec may be ready to cut production. oil is rallying today. but still at $27 a barrel. look for data on retail sales an and consumer sentiment. uber pays $28 million to settle law enforcements over the safety practices and fees it charges passengers. the suit's claim uber charges a safe rides fee to cover the cost of background checks, but uber doesn't use fingerprint i.d. at&t plans to start testing 5-g wireless technology this year. it offers speeds of tens to 100 times of the fastest of the networks. however, it isn't expected to power smartphones until the end of the decade. verizon says it will test 5-g. back over to you. >> thank you very much.
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the 55,000 pages of e-mails will be published right before the nevada caucus. the south carolina primary and super tuesday. well, watch this man in kingston, england, he tripped an accused drug dealer being chased by police. well, as the suspect runs closer, look, he sticks out has leg, causing the suspect to fall allowing police to pounce on him. on thursday, the cdc announced that puerto rico could be the ghex -- next hot spot for the zika virus, the u.s. olympic committee is paying close attention and one of the star players speaking out. nbc's rehema ellis reports. >> reporter: the u.s. olympic committee announced it's hiring two infectious disease experts to advise the 500 athletes hoping to compete in brazil. including soccer star hope solo. >> if i had to decide today, i would not go. fortunately, the olympics are about six months away. so i believe that we have time to get some of our doubts and
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questions answered. >> reporter: the soccer teams will compete in areas even more vulnerable to zika than the olympic headquarters in rio. one stadium is near the amazon rain forest. another in an area where the number of zika cases are especially high. >> i don't think the soccer game should be so close to the rain forest where there's more mosquitos. i take my health very seriously. we all do. >> reporter: new research has found more evidence linking zika to babies born with microcephaly. and olympic athletes have competed while pregnant. there were five during the london games in 2012. including gold medalist kerri walsh jennings. >> we'll be waiting to hear what steps are taken to make sure everything is safe and secure. >> reporter: with women making up half the american team, the countdown to the olympics is on. rehema ellis, nbc news, new
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marco rubio's campaign is on decline and he's falling apart. specifically when it comes to his teeth. rubio chipped a tooth while eating a candy bar and yesterday rubio addressed his dire situation. >> it happened last night. i bit into a twix bar that was potentially frozen. from just the cold weather or whatever. i cracked a molar. so we'll keep campaigning. we are not suspending our campaign over tooth gate. >> next time how about a reese's peanut butter cup. jeb bush got a welcome surprise on the campaign stop in south carolina. ♪ happy birthday to you happy birthday ♪ >> thank you! thank you. >> well, jeb later said he wants to shake hands and take selfies with everyone in attendance, adding that's what he wants on his birthday. later today, president obama will appear on "ellen" his
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second time on the show. ellen helped the president film a romantic valentine's day message for the first lady. >> so i have a setting. >> i have something prepared. somebody call the situation room, because things are about to get hot. [ cheers and applause ] michelle, this valentine's day i'm going to treat you right. i'm going to make you some zucchini bread and spread out some veggies on the plate just the way you like them. because i love you so much, i obamacare about you more than you even now. michelle, i have made a lot of great decisions as president. the best decision i ever made was choosing you. thanks for putting up with me. i love you. >> oh, nothing is more romantic than a veggie spread. that's your morning dish of "scrambled politics." i'm going to bring in a
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campaign reporter for real clear politics. caitlyn, good morning. we had a late night with the democratic debate going on. another debate, another late night, but let's dive right into it. when you're talking about a night where we're seeing for once kind of this divide between hillary clinton and bernie sanders and getting nasty as some -- at some points. starting off with health care, then going into president obama and his legacy. let's talk about who came out on top and if hillary clinton, whether she did or not is getting the momentum that she needs after losing in new hampshire. >> well, certainly one of her goals is to blunt some momentum that bernie sanders getting after that new hampshire win, especially heading into nevada and south carolina. i think she talked -- she was able to talk about building upon the president's legacy. she talked a lot about how the president trusted her judgment, and she's definitely using that to appeal to voters. especially in south carolina where the president has a coalition built there. and voters -- democratic voter really like the president. so while sanders was able to
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keep on his message, clinton was able to undercut him in some ways by talking a lot about, okay, how will you do this? she kept talking about leveling with the american people, that sort of thing. >> doing so in a -- aligning herself with the president as we know. some of the zingers that came out of that, bernie sanders saying one of us ran against president obama, i was not that candidate. the low blow comment and all of that. >> exactly. he is able to challenge her on every turn. i think that's what a lot of his supporters, you know, like about his candidacy. that he is some anti- -- he has some anti-establishment values so he's able to draw those contrasts on her really unafraid on that national stage. >> all right. i want to turn to the gop because we're talking about the clock ticking. at this point, how stoppable is donald trump because you have marco rubio, especially coming across, you know, fifth place in new hampshire. he's saying you know what, i think south carolina is going to
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be where i'm going to come back. >> right. >> in this race. then you have jeb bush who has his brother george w. campaigning for him is that going to move the needle at all as far as chasing after trump? >> the south carolina race is in such a scramble right now. new hampshire didn't really provide much clarity so you have several seeking redemption in south carolina. jeb bush as you mentioned has the family connections, connections to veterans in the states, a big military state. his brother, george w. bush is campaigning for him on monday. marco rubio though has planned to win in south carolina for a long time. obviously, the new hampshire results will challenge that. meanwhile, donald trump won by a large margin in new hampshire and heads into south carolina with an advantage. >> well, i wish we had more time because i'll love to delve into ted cruz. about 60% of the voters are evangelicals and he had a poll -- i wish we had more time about this one. >> so much drama. >> caitlyn, cailtyn huey burns,
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from marco rubio's bad showing to bernie sanders middle seat, here's the political week that was. >> quite a bit of snow in new hampshire. but the candidates they didn't let that get them down. jeb throwing snowballs. here's kasich throwing
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snowballs. those the snowballs, those are the ones that don't have a chance in hell in this election. >> i'm speaking tonight to claim victory in the new hampshire primary over she who must not be named. >> one of us ran against barack obama. i was not that candidate. >> second favorite book of all time, do you know what my first is? the bible. >> in his speech, bernie said he couldn't have done it without the support of millions of americans. while trump was like, this was all me. >> you travel coach yourself. and you always travel in the middle seat. why travel in the middle seat, sir? >> because we couldn't get the aisle of the damn window, that's why. >> well, i know journalists have asked who you listen to on foreign policy and we have yet to know who that is. >> well, it ain't henry
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kissinger, that's for sure. >> our disappointment tonight is not on you, its on me -- it's on me. i did not do well on saturday night. so listen to this, that will never happen again. >> this time, the revolution will literally be televised. >> "way too early" starts now. ♪ especially with health care, this is not about math. this saeb people's lives. >> secretary clinton has been saying bernie sanders wants to dismantle the affordable care act. we're not going to dismantle anything. >> every progressive economists says that the numbers don't add up. that's a promise that cannot be kept. >> i thought it was absolutely inaccurate. i don't know what economists secretary clinton is talking to. >> i believe i can get the money i can get by taxing the wealthy. once i'm in the white house, we will have enough political capital to be able to do that. >> secretary clinton, you're not in the white house yet. >> well, i know journalists have
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asked who you do listen to on foreign policy and we have yet to know who that is. >> well, it ain't henry kissinger, that's for sure. >> that's fine. >> hillary clinton tries to blunt bernie sanders' momentum after new hampshire, telling him to get real when it comes to the big policy proposals. plus, cleaning up his act. donald trump promises no more foul language as he tries to appeal those in the bible belt. and secretary of state john kerry said significant progress has been made in syria. today, talks continue with the u.s. and russia leading the way. it's 5:30 on the east coast, 2:30 out west. this is "way too early."


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