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a replay. we reveal what happened during this special. >> wow, we will watch row rosa thanks so much. it area tonight at 9:00 eastern. thanks for watching. i'm brianna keilar. erin burnet "outfront" starts right now. "outfront" tonight, breaking news announced just moments ago, the lineup for the first republican presidential debate. who is in who is out and who will take on donald trump? plus jeb bush falling behind trump in the polls getting hammered tonight for a whole new misstep. what's going on with his campaign? and a third greater handcuff behind his back after acting out in class. is there ever any justification for handcuffing an 8-year-old child? let's go "outfront." good evening, everyone.
i'm kate baldwin in for erin burnett, the stage is set, ten candidate whose will face-off in thursday's highly anticipated gop presidential debate have just been announced. donald trump will be front and center with jeb bush and wisconsin governor scott walker on either side of him, joining them ben carson mike huckabee ted cruz marco rubio, rand paul john kasich and chris christie. the seven remaining candidates who didn't make the cut, you see them there, rick perry, bobby jindal lindsey graham pataki and gilmore. we know the big question how will they handle donald trump? >> republican sources in most of the campaigns say their candidate's goal is to promote their message, make their own
brand. not easy to do and the crowded debate stage that you just put up there, the first one. never mind the fact that the candidates are facing a front run here is a reality tv the star who is very comfortable in front of the camera. overnight in new hampshire, this sneak preview of sorts of what the crowded republican debate stage will look like with one glaring exception, donald trump who is leading the gop presidential pact in multiple polls by double digits. >> i've had great success and they just and people see that and i would put all of that energy and whatever that brain power is whatever that type of brain -- into making our country. >> tonight the key question ahead of the first pres debate is how everyone else will navigate the trump dynamic. sources close to wisconsin governor scott walker say he plans to pivot as much as possible to his own record of fighting for conservative
principles. >> what will make the difference in winning the nomination people don't just want a fighter but someone that can fight and win. >> reporter: jeb bush was asked if he ever imagined being in a debate with a reality tv star. >> when i was growing up we didn't have reality tv either. >> reporter: there is ohio governor john kasich's unorthodox approach. >> maybe i'll give him a hug, i don't know. >> reporter: kasich may have just gotten in the race two weeks ago but he will edge out the candidate itching to go head-to-head with trump. former texas governor rick perry donald trump's candidacy is a cancer on conserve 'tis m. >> reporter: there are 17 candidates debate rules say the ten with the highest national poll numbers will be on the stage together. it puts trump on stage with jeb bush scott walker mike huckabee ben carson ted cruz marco rubio and land paul and
chris christie and john kasich. that leaves seven candidates hunting for attention in other ways. lindsey graham found ways to destroy his cell phone after trump famously after trump gave out his number. >> 202. >> on that note trurpmp got atist of his medicine. "gawker" published the number and trump quickly changed the voice mail. >> hi, this is done nld trumpald trump and i'm running for the presidency of the united states. >> ted cruz cooked bacon. >> machine gun bacon. [ laughter ] >> apparently that actually works, kate. a top aid to one of the ten who will be on that main stage said something to me very interesting, said historically you didn't win one of these early debates but you sure can lose and that's really been a driving force behind prep do no harm. >> do no harm. one thing about ted cruz notice
he didn't say the machine gun may bacon tastes good. doug high is a former communications director for the republican national committee and david, cnn's political director. great to see you. >> thank you. >> dana lays this out perfectly but we heard different theories how other candidates should deal with the trump factor. do they ignore or engage? if it is one or the other which is it? >> every candidate will do something different and i think what you'll see is candidates look for opportunities. donald trump's leading and done so well so far because the conversation has been on his terms and as long as its on his terms, he'll bin the debate. the way to the make it not be on his terms is whether this is candidates or moderators for the debate to pin him down on specifics. immigration is a great issue. make him explain to the voters
step by step what he's going to do about the millions here illegally. he'll have trouble doing so and we'll see that the empthe emperor doesn't only not have clothes. >> trump has troubles when it comes to detailing policy positions. here is one example. jake tapper asked him to explain opposition to same sex march rig. >> what do you say to a lesbian married or a gay man married who says donald trump, what's traditional about being married three times? >> well they have a very good point. i've been a very hard-working person. i have a great marriage. i have a great wife now. my two wives were very good and i don't blame them. >> what do you say to a lesbian or gay man that the are married -- >> i don't say anything. i'm just jake i'm for traditional marriage. >> jeffrey, you got to believe he'll get called out and quickly
if this is how he'll explain things on the debate stage. >> you know the thing that i keep coming back to is, the reason he's successful is because of his message. people are trying to press him on policy details, you know in a wonkish style and i worked for ronald reagan. this was a complaint about ronald reagan not only when he was a candidate coming through the ranks but a complaint about ronald reagan when he was the sitting president of the united states. he didn't know the details. this was always a complaint. it never hurt ronald reagan i don't think it will hurt donald trump. >> good point. david, do people think that trump can handle it if this debate does go deep on policy? >> kate let's remember what the debate setup is like. ten people on the stage, 90 minutes of debate time three moderators asking questions taking up some of that time. i mean maybe we're talking
about five minutes of talk time for each candidate or it is very difficult to imagine that we're going to go deep on policy like you would in sort of 60-minute one on one interview, really hammering down there. that's why i tend to think it's not something that's all that dangerous for donald trump. he clearly has been boning up and reading and getting better on policy. he has answered some of the questions doug referred to on an immigration plan. more questions to answer but i'm not sure the debate stage is where those answers are going to come and i'm not sure that will necessarily hurt him just because of the way the format is. >> when you talk about that formass,for format maybe five minutes of talk time you need to prep and get to your message whatever you say and get to it quickly. when it comes to debate prep jeffrey, last week trump dongdged the question saying he's going to be trump watching news and reading articles. i tried to get more specifics from his campaign manager last
night and this is what he said. >> he said he's never debated before and a number of politicians debate every day. they stand up and talk and have rhetoric. >> so is it really possible that trump is going to walk into this presidential debate with no formal prep at all? >> well i mean i think he's prepped in the way that donald trump preps for anything he does. i think he's just going to be donald trump. one of the interesting things i saw today is that he put out a little short video, i believe, it was on facebook challenging his competitors and wanting to know how they would make america great again. in other words, he's throwing the ball into their court. like "the apprentice" to be candidate and i thought well that was an interesting way to go here. >> doug, got to get back to the reality check does this hatmatter in the end, look at trump and the poll numbers. the good news keeps rolling in and i thought this number was
important in one key area. fewer republicans are saying they will never vote for donald trump, which suggests to a lot of folks there is more of an opening than you've been given credit for, my friend. >> there is absolutely an opening. you spend time outside of new york and washington and hear why people are upset and angry at the direction washington is taking and they don't think either party represents them well. i heard two weekends ago where friends i grew up with told me what they thought about washington. that's what donald trump taps into. there is no question. ultimately you see ten candidates is a lot of people and not a lot of time so if there are going to be attacks, it may not come from the candidates because they have their own branding. we may see questions from moderators. >> david, final thought here. do you think with all of this in mind other candidates are to a place where they are no longer under estimating trump or will say he has a ceiling and i'll wait it out.
>> nobody is under estimating him now. he's gone to formidable foreign runner and here to stay for a bit. >> there we go. phenomenon to formidable. two words i try not to say quickly together. thanks so much. >> thank you. [ laughter ] >> i did it for the record. >> a controversy surrounding jeb bush tonight and meanwhile, he's losing ground. a lot of ground to donald trump in the polls. so what is happening to jeb bush and his campaign? also aheld, a look take a look at this video, a man on synthetic marijuana, why it's being blamed for a spike in overdoses wild behavior and violent crime across the country. and the word that could be donald trump's campaign theme. >> we have losers we have losers. >> a bunch of losers. >> they are losers, they are just losers.
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jeb bush under fire for comments he made to the a major gathering of e. >> i know we need that much. >> he was talking about defunding planned parenthood. hillary clinton wasted no time telling bush he's unely wrong. it comes as he's losing ground in the polls to donald trump. >> this is a long-haul deal. there will be people moving up and likely those people might go down. i'm the tortoise in the race but a joyful tortoise. >> reporter: long haul or joyful tortoise whatever your metaphor he's the gop candidate who knows the white house best. but so far, he's having a hard
time persuading republicans he should become president bush the third. donald trump is stealing his thunder. >> how could i be tied with this guy? he's terrible. >> reporter: scott walker is taking shots. >> i'm a new, fresh face versus a name from the past. >> in the chaotic field, this is clear, far from the gop front runner. favbility 26% while 40% view him unfav erorably unfavorably. bush is trailing trump by double digits. at a forum in new hampshire, he's stumbling over his biggest asset, the family name. >> i have a different view than my brother. my dad is probably the most perfect man alive so it's hard for me to be critical of him. in fact i got a t-shirt that says jeb swag store that says i'm -- my dad is the greatest man alive, if you don't like it
i'll take you outside. >> not exactly the fighting words the gop is craving. jeb bush winning applause for consecutives for taking a stand against funding planned parenthood. >> i'm not sure we need half a billion dollars for women's health issues but if you took dollar for dollar there are many extraordinary fine organizations, community health organizations that exist, federally sponsored community health organizations to provide quality care for women on a wide variety of health issues. >> reporter: those comments on women's health drawing fire from hillary clinton who tweeted jeb bush you're une kwif quickly wrong. the second time in a week clinton singled out bush a sign she believes he's the most likely gop nominee. >> it's a long journey. >> reporter: now it's an extensive journey for which bush is more prepared for any of the
republican rivals and that could be a critically important silver lining in the effort to go through a long gop fight. he and his super pack raised $120 million. kate? >> that is what we call a war chest. thank you so much. "outfront" jeb bush supporter and the former chairman of the florida's republican party dan phifer. great to see both of you. the news hillary clinton is already attacking bush over his comments on women's health issues as he said she's saying in a tweet you're absolutely unequivocally wrong. does this fit easily into category of an unforceder rar that can hurt you in the long run? >> first of all, let's look at the field here. she is trying her best to find
way attack people otherwise that vacuum will be filled by legal trouble she's facing which may derail her candidacy. number two, it's very simple jeb bush said it and clarified his statement later with so with clarity the he said i'll take the $500 million that goes to planned parenthood and put it in community health clinics, rural clinics to take care of women's health because the federal government has no business supporting an organization that is in the business for profit of selling fatal organs and that is a gruesome story evidenced by five or six videos we've seen. so you know who is for funding planned parenthood's efforts to sell these gruesome organs for profit? hillary clinton incidentally has not once not once criticized planned parenthood for that and by omission i believe she believes that conduct is worthy of federal funding and i think most americans believe that's
not the case. >> on what jeb bush said dan, i mean to al east's point, you jumped on this immediately. are you guys taking this a little out of context to score cheap points? >> no this is consistent on the record of women's health. this is a big mistake. this is the worst of a typical washington gap where you say what you really mean and he's trying to clean it up. they had to put out not one but two statements to clean it up and speaks to the problem in the bush candidacy. he's not a good candidate. a recent wall street journal poll came out and has the approval rating at a level lower than mid romney had. that's never something you want to hear with the candidate. >> i argue today on cnn.com that he should pull out of iowa where he's going to lose and focus on newhampshire, the state he must win to win the nomination. across the board since he jumped in the race as the number one
most formidable person to push everybody else out of the race he's been losing ground. it speaks about the fact that the country does not want and even the republican party does not want another bush in the white house. >> al let me ask you about the losing ground here. >> let's clarify. >> clarify. >> let's clarify that. the only outside of donald trump, jeb bush is at the the highest place anybody else in the campaign while other candidates are in a free fall jeb bush has 15 16%. it's the highest he's been. he's never lost ground to the contrary. for the last two months, unfavorables have gone down which means the ceiling is higher than the outset. we have said from the outset that as long as time takes place and he removes himself from a bush identity to a jeb identity the kind of governor we in the state of florida for eight years, he's going to be the winner and the candidate for our party. and if that wasn't the case what do you think hillary clinton is finding every opportunity to take on jeb bush and nobody else?
she doesn't take on donald trump. she doesn't take on scott walker. she doesn't take on the other people. she takes on jeb bush because she knows jeb bush will defeat her and become the next president of the united states. >> does al have a point there? >> she's taken on scott walker and donald trump. jeb bush is giving her ample opportunity by making mistake after mistake after mistake on the campaign trail and just to push back on something al said his unfavorables have not gone down but up. he is seen worse by the public according to the a recent poll than mitt romney in the entire 2012 campaign. jeb bush is less popular than romney after he hit 47% and made error after error. at some point the bush game has to look inside and figure what they are doing wrong and maybe not a question of strategy the fact they have a bad candidate running in the wrong election. >> big question now -- >> listen -- [ overlapping speakers ] >> on thursday, when he is
facing off in this debate a good opportunity for him to make some ground up where maybe he well, at least dan thinks he lost. al great to see you. >> he'll do great, kate he'll do great. you'll see. >> we'll be there to watch with you. >> al dan, thank you. just a note cnn asked repeatedly for an interview with mr. bush however, he has so far denied our requests. we welcome him on any time. coming up next for us a student gets physical and disruptive in class. does that give the school's officer cause to handcuff a third grader? [crying] >> look at me for a minute. if you want the handcuffs off, you have to stop kicking. ahead, investigators about too examine the airplane debris found off the coast of africa. will it tell them how the plane went down? (music) imagine - these kids won't
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department is defending one of the deputies after he was caught on camera handcuffing an 8-year-old. that third grader is crying out in pain kicking his feet while the deputy tries to calm the child down. that deputy is now facing a lawsuit. the sheriff's department says he was just doing what he is sworn to do gene casarez is "outfront." >> reporter: the 8-year-old identified as s.r. was three and a half feet tall, weighed 52 pounds when this video was shot by a school employee. kevin sumner a school resource officer that handcuffed the third grader above the elbows the child's wrists were too small faces a lawsuit filed by the aclu and his supervisor. >> now you are going to behave
the way you're supposed to. >> reporter: s.r. is a special needs student in kentucky. according to the lawsuit, he suffers from a.d.h.d. and trama. >> you don't get to swing at me like that. [crying] >> you can do what we've asked you to or suffer the consequences. >> that hurts, stop! >> as a parent i'm shocked and hurt for that child. i had a lot of questions why would that ever be okay? >> reporter: sumner is accused of handcuffing a 9-year-old girl, also a special needs student on two separate occasions last fall. both children were unlawfully restrained and handcuffed at school with excessive force and without necessity. [crying] >> sit back down. [crying] >> sumner's attorney said he handcuffed them because they were placing themselves and other people in danger and that's what the book says to do.
[crying] >> reporter: the attorney called sumner one of the best and most highly trained school officers in the state adding that the former teacher is totally devoted to kids and schools and education. >> do you want the handcuffs off? you have to be good and ask me nicely and if you're behaving i'll take them off but as long as you act up you're not going to get them off. [crying] >> reporter: the complaint was just filed in federal court in the eastern district of kentucky and the plaintiffs who are the children through lawyers say if you bring in an officer from the outside, what they need to do is deescalate the system wait and have a little bit of patience not handcuffs. and kate, we're waiting to the hear the sheriff's department will file the response and we'll truly hear the other side but as you said in the beginning, they are standing by their officer. >> absolutely. thank you. "outfront" tonight is the attorney representing both the
8-year-old boy and the 9-year-old little girl and their families now suing the deputy involved. mr. myer thanks so much for your time tonight. let's be honest. >> thank you for having me. >> no parent ever wants to see their child in this situation in handcuffs, especially their third grader. what did the parents say? how did they react when they saw this video of their son? >> the mother of this child was absolutely devastated. she loves her son very much. she has a disability and struggled and he has had problems. no child as we all know is perfect, but nobody ever expects when they drop their child off at school that the child is going to be disciplined by a law enforcement officer with adult handcuffs. >> what do you think actually happened here? do you think this deputy
overreact snd do you think this deputy has a history of problems? do you think something that this young boy did set him off? >> i think that we know that this particular officer, because of three incidents with my two clients, does have a history of this and, i mean thank goodness the video captures before the officer gets there, we see what the child is undergoing like many 8-year-old children he was experiencing he was misbehaving. he was crying. he was upset. he talked to his mother on the phone and i think the officer did exactly what he said in the video to the child, he used handcuffs to impose discipline. stop this. when you stop behaving like this,ly take the handcuffs off. and i think apparently according to the sheriff who has told the media that this is the way they train their school officers he was doing what he
thought was appropriate discipline. >> well to that point, the sheriffs' office put out a statement and it's fastly standing behind this deputy tonight. they put out a statement saying he did what he's sworn to do and in their view in comenformity with all law enforcement standers and call him an asset to the community and those he serves a very different view from your clients'. how do you respond to that? >> that's why we have a lawsuit. they saw the video and stood by it and believe this is the way the law enforcement officers should treat children in schools and they refuse to change. they refuse to alter their practices, their procedures. they have now agreed and admitted that this is a policy and that's why we have courts. we'll see what a jury in that the jurisdiction believes and we'll see what the federal judge believes. >> thank you very much for your
time. >> thanks for your time. and with me now, cnn law enforcement analyst harry and an nypd detective. you watched the video and heard the family attorney eastside. is it ever really necessary for an officer to use handcuffs on a third grader in school? >> sure it is. i'll tell you exactly why. apparently the experts in the school had tried to calm this kid down for whatever reason and they had thought that this kid was now a danger to the lives of the other children. so they called the police officer in who actually works at that school. that officer, now we just see this part of the video. we don't see how the child was acting. apparently the child was acting so badly and endangering lives, this is what the school says that's why they called the officer in. the officer, say i'm responding to the same type of thing and i have a child totally out of control, i don't want to hurt an 8-year-old kid.
i don't want to handcuff an 8-year-old kid and that officer probably doesn't. that kid was probably so out of control for whatever reason that the officer felt that the only way to protect himself or -- >> protect himself, harry. >> he was like a 50-pound child. >> listen protect the child from himself, we don't see what happened before the video. we're only seeing one aspect of this. why did the school call the police officer in? you've got experts who know how to deal with these children all right, they are teachers. >> they called him in. >> why are they calling the police in for a situation like this? >> the family says that one thing they want is better training different training additional training for officers to be able to deal with children in a disciplinary situation, to better deal with kids. do you at least agree or do you at least think it's a good idea to find a different way to deal with the kid? >> of course of course i do. i've been in the situation before. i never handcuffed an 8-year-old. i had to handcuff an 11-year-old once because he was so crazy
inside the school banging into the walls, banging into stuff, i couldn't control him so i had to handcuff him. that's when you have to do it in these situations. i don't know how this kid was acting. as we know the experts could not handle him so they brought a police officer in. police officer does not know how to handle every specific situation, everything that might be wrong with the child. a police officer gets called in when somebody is in danger and the school apparently thought it. the school should be the one that's being sued not the police officer. >> you know how it looks, though. you know how it harry. >> it's a lose lose situation. no matter how hard they try, they will be the bad guy. >> thanks so much. that lawsuit is continuing and we'll see what happens from that. thanks. "outfront" next investigators preparing to put that airplane wreckage from a boeing 777 under the microscope literally. is part of the wing from mh 370
investigate the flap found. investigators confirmed the piece of debris is from a boeing 777. right now the only known missing 777 is mh 370 but to make a positive i.d. scientists will put the wing under a microscope literally. >> reporter: soon the world will know for sure whether this is a piece of the missing malaysia jetliner. the debris discovered on reunion island was packed up and sent to france where wednesday it will undergo a series of tests. aviation forensics lab, rti group we were shown how investigators will examine
debris to determine if it belongs to mh 370 and whether there are any clues about what went wrong. joe reynolds worked on high-profile aviation crash investigations like value jet and air france 447. every move of investigators will be recorded. >> we want to make sure there is no question when we got it, we treated it problem early, we didn't alter it in any way and the record is there for anybody to see. >> reporter: they will measure it and look for unique markings serial numbers, manufacturing stamps. >> what's the first thing these investigators will be looking for? >> one of the first things they will look for is does anyone recognize this piece? the manufacturer's engineers would know fairly quickly what this came from. >> next, they examine the damage. >> let's talk about the tears here. >> very helpful for us to know whether things came apart because of a lot of force,
impact or whether they broke up because of let's say fatigue in the air. >> reporter: but that cannot be done with the naked eye. >> it has a rotating capability to scan the object which we're doing right now and when it scans it like that it will produce a record and we can then use to develop a three dimensional image on the screen. >> reporter: with a low resolution microscope the pattern in this 3 d image will tell investigators a story. >> there are features that they can look at that says this was a one-time break because its sort of a clean separation and very small detail. >> reporter: but how will they know for sure it's mh 370? >> this is a scanning electron microscope. >> reporter: the high-powered microscope is capable of reading out what elements the metal is made of and an liedsalyze layers of paint. >> if we know malaysia air painted their aircraft with a
certain color, sertcertain material paint, we would then look at the outer paint on the aircraft itself and match that to what malaysia air had applied to the airplane. that would provide us with a better match. >> reporter: well, there are limits to what investigator kss can learn from the one piece of debris. tear patterns would suggest how that part broke off but no what happened to the rest of the plane. the forensic lab said the type of analysis they demonstrated for us today would take at least a week before they came up with definitive answers they felt comfortable in sharing, perhaps a loose timeline for what we have to look forward to. >> thank you so much. fascinating look at the process going forward. joining me now, david soucie and former faa safety inspector. david, you saw really
fascinating how this process will go about. what is the first thing that you would be looking for? is the first thing you would be inspecting and thus what are you going to be listening for when they come out to announce findings? >> start before you go into the forensics. every part in the aircraft accident has a story to tell and you just have to listen to what it has to say to you and what this part is saying to me at first without being there. >> right. >> just from the photographs is that there was an abrupt tear because of the fact it's not disformed. it's not mangled. it's not something you'd see from an accident site. it's something that likely came off before the aircraft actually hit the water. if you look at it there and muscles give you clue. the aircraft is painted with an emron paint. it's slightly clean. that's zinc and sea life don't like zinc at all. this tells you where the cracks are because the muscles started to grow and will start to grow
where metal is exposed. you can see where the cracks are and breaks are. >> so that would be where you begin. in the end, david, from your experience investigating this stuff. do you anticipate the investigators will be able to definitively say from the wing flap this is mh 370? >> no doubt about it. >> you do? >> in fact from a non-forensic position he mentioned you can check the metal and do an analysis and see what metal and whether or not it's the same composite metal composition of different metals. that can be done. more importantly, inside the wing where it's not being able to be tampered with they will find a part number starting with a 113 w and that part number will tell them this came from boeing. it came from that manufacturer that might be airbus but that will give a conclusion where it came from first. >> clearly going to be tedious
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tonight police across the country are warning of a dangerous spike in synthetic marijuana use. this video we'll show you from new york city shows what ingesting this drug can do. the naked man you see there thinking he has super human strength. he punches through a fence as he tries to evade police. officials say there has been a rise not only in the use but also the overdoses of synthetic marijuana and a spike in violent crime linked to the drug. evan perez is "outfront" tonight. that's amazing and pretty shocking to say the least. why are police raising the alarm about this? >> well there's been a surge in overdoses and deaths and some. >> some cities police say it is to blame in a rise in violent crime. today, the new york police commissioner bill bratton called
it womenized marijuana. it -- weaponized marijuana. it sold in slick packaged brand names like k-2 and scooby snacks. here's the fact from poison control centers around the country. they say they've tallied more than 4,300 reports of people exposed to marijuana and that's only through first week in july. that compares to 3600 in all of last year. it is labeled sometimes as herbal inkrenls but it is nothing like marijuana at all. >> absolutely not. what are cities across the country doing in the face of this spike? what are they doing to try to get the situation under control? >> well one of the thing they're doing is raiding the stores selling it. in some cases the store owners have gotten smaller. now you have to go in with a code word to get a clerk to hand it to you from behind the counter. a couple years ago you used to find it in front of the counter. so that's one of the thing
they're doing. and we were talking to the u.s. attorney's office and they say one of the things they're doing is going to the homeless shelters. there is a tremendous impact in the homeless population in these cities. they're warning people about the effects of this. you have seizures and people having psychotic episodes and of course like you see in this video. violent outbursts. >> wow, thank you so much for bringing that to light. "outfront" next for us leave it to donald trump to final common ground between rosie o'donnell and carl rove.
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rub donald trump the wrong way and you'll be called a moron or a dummy. but the l word? that's in a category of its own. >> reporter: a word donald trump isn't usually at a loss for. >> we have losers. we have losers. >> reporter: sometimes the loser is generic but usually the loser has a name. >> rosie has been a loser. >> reporter: trump is always tweeting the l-word. the "huffington post" is such a loser. to pundits. >> when i watch george will or charles acrossheimer. they're just losers. >> reporter: even called a miss usa contestant a disgruntled loser after she called the contest rig. >> she suffers from loser's remorseful remorseful. >> reporter: and she did lose the lawsuit. there seem to be varying degrees of loserdom.
he has called karl rove a loser, a total loser. and brand responded, are you drunk when you write these tweets? as for cher bang bang he shot her down. >> cher is somewhat of a loser. she is lonely unhappy. >> reporter: when he is feeling happy, he tweets to everyone including all haters and losers. happy new year. when asked about his name calling -- >> using term like dummy, loser, total losers, is that something you would continue doing if you were president? >> look, when people attack me i let them have it back. >> reporter: trump quoted his own book show me someone without an ego and i'll show you a loser. but compared to ace ventura -- >> that let's go, ace. >> reporter: trump's delivery is low key. jon stewart wonderfuled what trump would say about our founding fathers. >> john hancock, he's a loser.
hey! what kind of a loser needs to put his name in giant letters on everything. >> reporter: jeanne moos cnn, new york. >> and you know who is not a loser? "ac360" starts now. good evening. thank you for joining us. a lot of breaking news to bring you. we now know which republicans made the cut for the first presidential debate. there is also uproar over a comment jeb bush made. and we begin tonight with senior political correspondent jeff who has the latest on that. so tell me about this poll. bernie sanders gaining ground on hillary clinton in new hampshire specifically. >> he is indeed. he is chipping away at hillary clinton's lead. this new poll shows that clinton holds only a 6-point lead over sanders. 42% to 36%. now it is the clo