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personalized distinctive park. they will then assign an nfl coordinator who will transfer the balls to the sideline. throughout the season, the nfl will randomly select games where they will inspect each team's game at halftime. they will escort the footballs to have the air pressure remeasured and recorded. then those footballs will be tossed aside and each team's backup footballs will be used for the rest of the game. >> still in question whether or not the patriots cheated the game. one thing's for sure, deflategate has changed the game forever. >> weppreate it. you're on the radio. >> want to go? >> whatever you're doing right now, take a look at your screen. this is the breaking news we've
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been following this morning. you're looking at fires there in california. but not just fire. those are people's homes that are burning down one after another after another. one official calling these fires just explosive. thousands of people have been evacuated from their homes. >> we've learned within the last hour, that there will be no relief from the weather today. they could get some rain. we also learn that more reinforcements and help are on the way. >> certainly thinking about all of those folks out there, not just the people who are watching. somebody could turn on the tv wherever they are in a shelter, see a home burning and recognize that it is theirs. that's just heartbreaking. so thinking about all of you out there and the firefighters that are fighting so bravely. we're so grateful to have your company, too. >> we will have more on that breaking story as developments
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come into the newsroom. but now, a huge weekend in the race for the white house. the cnn republican primary presidential debate just three days away. the gop presidential hopefuls are hitting the campaign trail in full force. >> the nice thing is, i'll be center stage this time. be more difficult for them to ignore me. so i'm sure i'll get more questions and that will be a very good thing. >> i think donald trump is an entertainer. and i think i am a leader. and so what i do is talk to the american people about the issues they care about. and i think they hear what i'm talking about. >> donald trump! donald trump! >> that's just a couple of the candidates talks to our cameras this weekend leading up to the big debate on wednesday.
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>> so lest talk to athena jones. she is live. and our senior washington correspondent. athena, i do want to start with you. you're out there where it's going to happen. it's a much smaller crowd as i understand it. so the energy is going to be different. but the preparation energy has really ramped up, yes? >> reporter: good morning, that's right. the crowd here will be about 500. no more than 500. that's very, very different than the stadium, the arena that the first debate was held in. this is going to be one of the biggest television audiences any of these candidates find themselves in front of. it's important to make an impression and also show some fire. there are going to be 11 candidates on this stage. not a whole lot of minutes per candidate. some of these candidates really haven't been getting any attention or a mention much in
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the media unless their name has come out of donald trump's mouth. they're going to be trying to show that they're there on the stage. you're going to have folks like jeb bush and ben carson who are going to be flanking donald trump at center stage, try to show that they're not the low energy candidates that donald trump has called them. marco rubio said over the weeke weekend, we answer questions from voters every day, so the debate is not much different. but it is different in the sense that they're going to have to answer policy questions and show that fire, show some personality. but all in a much shorter length of time. and meanwhile, we've heard from donald trump. he said that his whole life has been preparation for a debate. i bet there's going to be some firework sdwls no doubt. jeff, want to go to you now. she mentioned one of the things different this time around as well, carly fiorina will be on the stage, especially after all
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of what trump said about her. but trump is in his comfort zone. he shines when he's on stage. name one or two candidates that you think might actually be able to outshine him or at least get up in the game with him. >> it's going to be a contest to sort of get attention and get talking time in. there really is very limited time for all these opponents to talk since there are 11 on stage. what we're going to see is an opportunity for a head to head discussion about all the things that have been going on sort of long distance up until this point. carly fiorina will have to make the choice to decide if she wants to stand on that stage and said, donald, what's wrong with this face? she'll have to make a decision if she wants to go hard after him or not. i think some of the candidates are going to be saying directly to him what he has been saying sort of long distance to them
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specifically over the last month or so. i think that is her plan here. but some of the others really have to breakthrough. like scott walker, he said he's going to be more aggressive. he has to sort of answer the questions. that is the issue here, the questions from the moderators are going to be on policy, on other things. so the candidates have to be very focused on that. look for marco rubio to try and tell more of his story. look for jeb bush to try and articulate his hopeful message. >> and it will be interesting to see, you know, since hugh hewitt is on this debate panel as well, how it might drive some of the conversations about his recent interview with donald trump. i want to get jeff to a story that is in the "washington post" this morning and hillary clinton's personal e-mails might not be erased after all.
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the company that managed her private server says it has no knowledge that the server was wiped clean as clinton and her staff have claimed. if those 31,000 personal e-mails are indeed recovered, is that a big problem for her? >> it's not necessarily a big problem for her only in the sense that this is yet another wrinkle in this. the story is never going to go away for the clinton campaign if there are more insistcies. if this server companies says the server was not wiped at all, that means those e-mails would be able to be reviewed. some of them certainly are personal in nature, but we don't know if all of them are. it will be interesting to see who actually gets to look through those. will it be the justice department, the state department? it's just another example of this drip, drip, drip will not
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go away. the clintons obviously know what was in those e-mails. she was obviously writing those e-mails. we don't know if all of them were personal. they clearly tried to get rid of the ones that were personal. if the server company has recovered them, who actually will see them? this certainly raises so many more questions here and ensures this will keep going on and on and on. >> so appreciate both of you. thank you. >> thanks. now an update on breaking news we have coming out of california. the wildfires. here's where two of them are scorching thousands of acres. lake county, about 100 miles north of san francisco. another fire 70 miles east of sacramento. and this morning, it's only getting worse. take a look at these pictures. the firefighter said entire neighborhoods have gone up in flames. he said no residents are left
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here. despite thousands of firefighters battling the fires, four firefighters have been injured. people are scrambling to get away from that area. thousands are evacuated as this fire threatens to destroy their homes. take a listen. >> i could feel the heat from the flames. >> everything bind the gas station is gone. the school's gone. store is gone. a lot of people have dogs, gone. >> there was fire everywhere. our houses, our neighbor's houses, friends' houses, everybody's houses are burning up. it's awful. >> jerry brown has declared a state of emergency which will help free of funds and row sources to fight the fire. all right. the pope and the church, one and the same? some say not be a long shot.
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we're going to take a closer look at what pope francis has said, done and the deep resistance that he often counters in certain corners of the vatican. >> israeli police clashing with palestinians at one of the holiest sites in the world. it may not be obvious yet, but one of these kids is going to change the world. we just need to make sure she has what she needs. welcome to windows 10. the future starts now for all of us.
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issues that have weighed on catholics for year the, even taking a softer line or mortal sin. but will they ultimately transform the church itself? let's bring in a tore of "the sack of rome." also with us is cnn religion commentator father edward beck. good morning to both of you. how much resistance inside the vatican is there to the pope? and let me begin by asking that to you, father. >> well, i think there's resistance whenever you have a change because people are used to doing something a certain way. you have a old guard and someone coming in having a different perspective. so of course there's been some resistance with the newness, the difference in tone. so there's been pushback, but
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there's also been cheerleaders. >> alexander, we talked about how popular and i'm wondering how much the church can be influenced by popular public opinion to this pope? >> well, i don't think that they'll -- they are set to public opinion. it's a very funny world, the world of the vatican, because it is very removed from the rest of the world, but not unaware of it. and you see that the effect that francis has definitely changes the thinking even within the vatican, the things that he does, the way in which they're received, definitely has been affect on people there and puts a certain amount of pressure on them to show that they are capable of change. >> what do you think of the biggest obstacles facing this pope? >> i think the biggest obstacles is that people are used to doing things a certain way.
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some of the conservative elements are concerned with some of the things he's saying about morality and loosening the string hold a bit. enough about other issues that they care about. so i think you're going to be in the middle as this pope. and i think the greatest danger is that people don't give him a chance to hear the whole vision in context. >> do you think this pope has been sort of learning about this on the job? he's in a very different position than what he was. >> yes. one of the things that's important to keep in mind, pope francis is one of the only modern popes who's never lived in rome extensively before becoming pope. he's very smart. and a very quick learner and he seems to be acting quite
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assertively on that level. it will be just interesting to see how that works out. but he is -- he definitely learns and he seems to have learned quite a lot. you tend to see with his public pronouncements, you think that he is a kind of idealistic, soft, loving figure, which he may in fact be. but he's also very tough on a bureaucratic level. he's paying a lot of details to the way this institution is run. >> there's no question you have to keep a sharp edge as well as an open heart. thank you very much. >> thank you. wisconsin governor scott walker, his numbers are falling in the polls. now he says he's not going to hold back wednesday night. he's going to join our jake tapper next hour on requests state of the union."
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let's bring in "state of the union's" jake tapper joining us live from california as he prepares for his hosting duties for the debate. how are things going to be different here? first of all, carly fiorina is going to be on the stage. secondly, governor scott walker, wisconsin governor, a lot of people wondering if we're going to see a different man on stage this time around, especially after what he said to you when you spoke with them. >> that's right. he definitely needs to breakthrough. he had an adequate performance in the first debate, but his poll numbers are continuing to plummet. i asked him about that when we spoke. the full interview airing later on "state of the union." but take a listen. >> you were once the king of iowa, the favorite to win there. you were at the top of the polls for months. this week, a new poll has you in tenth place with just 3% in
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polls out there. conservative national review wrote a big piece about you saying there are questions about your campaign. quote, the walker team has had a way of creating mini fiascos. how do you respond to that? is your campaign faltering? >> the bottom lime is, we get around the state. we're going through our 30th county of 99. people hear our story about how we have a plan to wreak havoc on washington. when they see that unlike anybody else in this race, we've actually been tested. it's about five months out. we've got the time to make the grass roots connections and get that message out. >> of course, that's the local face-to-face grass roots kind of
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interaction. what's he going to do on wednesday night? how aggressively is he going to go after the frontrunner donald trump, or other establishment candidates remains to be seen. >> what else are we going to see from you this morning? >> we have the chairman of the republican national committee, reince prebus. we'll ask him where the republican party needs to go. whether the candidates are providing the same kind of reagan cheer that those of us who are old enough to remember the reagan years recall. and that and a great panel talking about all the week's news coming up. >> looking forward to it. we know it's going to be a good one. thanks to much. we start a full day of coverage from the reagan presidential library where jake was just sitting. starts with "state of the union" at the top of the hour, 9:00
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