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sudden be a lot of nfl games online only. there are tv deals in place until the mid 2020s. we won't see a lot of this. i'm not sure how good of a gauge it will be. a bills jaguar game that starts at 9:30 eastern. if you're in california you're not waking up at 6:30 a.m. >> we'll see. we'll check it out. >> thank you so much. >> thank you, sir. it is always good to see you in the morning. >> good to be with you. >> we want to begin this morning with the 2016 race for the white house. senator bernie sanders ratcheting up his fire against hillary clinton. sanders took failed shots, let's say, during his speech at the jefferson jackson dinner in iowa. he characterized her as an inconsistent candidate. >> meanwhile clinton at the event didn't fire back as
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aggressively. making her case she would be best equipped to take on the republicans. cnn jeff zeleny is live in des moines with the latest. >> reporter: good morning. it was the most aggressive we've seen bernie sanders yet. he challenged hillary clinton on her principle positions. he's trying to convince the democrats in iowa, the state that kicks off the road to the white house that they still have a choice in the campaign. but hillary clinton, i can tell you, all but ignored that criticism and focussed her fire power on the republicans. ♪ fireworks in the presidential race. democratic rivals descending on iowa 100 days before the first votes of 2016 primary. hillary clinton seizing on the star power of katy perry. >> fight on 2016 is right around the corner! >> and the political power of bill clinton. in his campaign trail debut. >> i've never been -- for katy
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perry but i'm well aware i'm the warm up act. >> it ended in iowa where clinton had plenty of company and competition. senator bernie sanders has been held a democratic star of his own. his campaign chartered a plane to fly over the dueling rallies calling for a revolution before marching side by side with his followers. >> this is a march which will end up in a year when you will join me in the white house. >> reporter: a festival of politics coming to a full boil at the jefferson jackson dinner a marquee event for democrats. it was at this dinner eight years ago where illinois senator barack obama jump started his commercial campai presidential campaign. >> if we're serious about winning this election,
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democrats, we can't be in fear of losing. >> sanders said history could repeat itself. >> about eight years ago, all of the political experts talked about how another democratic candidate for president just couldn't win. he was unelectable. remember that guy? what's his name? oh, it's president obama! >> sanders presented himself as a principle progressive drawing a sharp contrast to clinton's votes on iraq, gay rights, and wall street reform. >> i will not abandon any segment of american society just because it's politically expedient any given time. >> reporter: former maryland governor martin o'malley said it was time for a new generation to lead. >> new leadership or the same old battles of our past? actions are words. do we want to get things done? or do we want to just keep shouting past each other?
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>> but clinton argued her experience makes her the pretty strongest nominee. >> it's not enough just to rail against the republicans or the billionaires. we actually have to win this election. >> reporter: in iowa clinton has an edge in the polls. but sanders is capturing the enthusiasm. a sign this democratic race is not yet settled. now with 100 days remaining before the iowa caucuses kick off the road to the white house, there's no question that clinton is in the democratic driver's seat here. she's ahead of bernie sanders by nearly 150 point -- ten points here. it's a different picture in new hampshire. bernie sand hearse a lead there. that's why she's going to new hampshire later this week for a two-day campaign swing. she's trying to loosen up the supporters to convince them she's the strongest democratic nominee. >> thank you so much, jeff
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zeleny. let's bring in democratic national committee member and hillary clinton supporter robert zimmerman >> good morning. >> i want to start with talking about the man on stage. we've not talked much about this morning. martin o'malley. he's been going after one of the contenders, one of the persons who is running for president. but it's not hillary clinton. it's not bernie sanders. donald trump we're hearing this reprettied refray eied -- repea >> to that immigrant bashing, carnival marker donald trump, let us stand together and say that the enduring symbol of our nation is not the barbed wire fence. it is the statute of liberty! >> you're going after the republicans is typically we see from the frontrunner in a race. she's in the single digits. did martin o'malley do anything to change the standing? >> he had a strong message,
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without question. i'm a hillary clinton supporter but i respect what former governor o'malley was trying to do. he's hoping that donald trump is going to put out a hate tweet against him and then get some mileage out of it. that's what, you know, when you're in that position single digits you want to try to galvanize some attention around yourself. he's hoping that donald trump will play into that and donald trump as you know is comfortable sending out midnight hate tweets to his opponents. o'malley's challenge is to galvanize the left which bernie sanders has taken from him. i think for hillary clinton it's about expanding her base. i think she's done that very well and dramatically in the past ten days. >> let's talk about hillary clinton. you say you're a hillary clinton supporter. what we heard from bernie sanders was the most poignant critique we've heard so far. he used similar phrasing that
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president obama saying he'll govern based on principle not on poll numbers. it's something that secretary clinton has been fighting for some time. there are many in the party who believe she often goes with the direction of the wind. >> well, you know, if you look at the national polling taking place among democrats, hillary clinton is even leading bernie sanders on the issues he's trying to focus on like handling the economy and standing up to wall street. for hillary clinton it's important to stay above that and keep focussed on the larger picture. why she's the strongest candidate against republicans. obviously bernie sanders is going to try to define himself separately from hillary clinton. hillary clinton supporters are going to say that senator sanders voted five times against the brady bill because of political pressure in vice president. the bigger picture is when we democrats are finished with the primary process, we may need group therapy. the republicans will need anger management therapy.
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you have the sector of donald trump and ben carson going at each other after ben carson recently said he doesn't think that muslims should be president. donald trump is going after ben carson's religion as a seventh day avenn gist. i'm more comfortable with the debate my party is having. >> robert zimmerman, thank you so much. >> thank you. so let's stick with the 2016 race. it's said to be a huge show on cnn state of the union with candidates bernie sanders, donald trump, and marco rubio appearing. jake, i know you had the sit down with trump. what did he say that stuck with you? >> well, he had a lot to say. i asked him about the trump doctrine. when would he use u.s. force and how. we talked about taxation and one of the things we wanted to talk about the most -- he wanted to talk about the most was about
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ben carson who is overtaking him in key polls in iowa. >> take a listen. >> i think ben carson is a low-energy person. i think ben carson is lower energy than jeb, if you want to know the truth. we need strong energy. the thing with ben he has a good pact and people running his pact and in my opinion, he has people all over iowa from his pact and they're run aring. ben doesn't go to iowa that much. he's doing well in iowa? so i think that the super pacs are a real problem in terms of our country and i am talking about ben. i did talk about jeb because i thought jeb was going to be the frontrunner. obviously he's no longer the frontrunner. i probably won't talk about him so much anymore. >> one of the other things he talked about quite a bit is super pacs. he's called for all candidates to disavow their super pacs. his campaign wrote a letter telling him to cease and desist
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and went on to describe the ways he thinks they're hurting democracy. >> i'm sure you have a lot of questions for bernie sanders and marco rubio. >> that's right. the interview will air first on the show and bernie sanders is joining us live. as you saw from jeff zeleny's report had a forceful night at the jefferson jackson dinner in iowa taking the case and contrasting his record strongly of that of secretary clinton's. >> looking forward to it. jake tapper, thank you so much. >> thank you. and just another reminder watch jake on "state of the union" starting at 9:00 a.m. eastern. a new weapon against violence in the west bank. a new security measure could protect both muslims and jews and one of the holiest sites. that's coming up. the rain just keeps falling in texas. a lot of roads underwater in
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a new security measure at one of the holiest sites for both jews and muslims. john kerry met with jordanian and palestinian officials yesterday. he calls it a potential game-changer. let's talk to david, a former u.n. and state department official. the point being, david, there will be a 24 hour video surveillance at the holy site where there has been a lot of violence lately. i'm wondering who is going to monitor that? how will it be monitored? do you think it will help as much as secretary kerry believes it will? >> it seems like a simple solution. as you mentioned each of the stakeholders agreed to it. jordan plays an interesting role. jordan is the custodian of the site. jordan will probably be in charge of the new security measure. hopefully it will work out. they seem to be positive about it. the question is whether mack new bass and other palestinian
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leaders will calm down the palestinian population which will hopefully prevent the lone wolf attackers from engaging many more attacks. there's already one new attack. let's see if it results in calming the population. >> are they lone wolf attacks or do you believe they might be more organized? is hamas involved? >> certainly hamas and other palestinians leadership members are encouraging these attacks. i don't think they're organized, but they're spurring on this anger and encouraging palestinians to engage in the attacks and preying on the hopelessness of the attacks. that's what resulted in the attacks. let's see if the new measure will help calm people down. >> a lot of people might be thinking where is the arab voice in this meaning egypt and saudi arabia are noticeably absent here. >> yeah y, i mean, this is a difficult problem and saudi arabia, for instance, has lots
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of issues they need to focus on with egypt. i think they're happy to let jordan play the important role as mediator. it makes sense because jordan is the kus cocustodian of the holy. for us to move forward in the peace process, all the country and leaders will have to be involved. the peace talks are completely stalled. this development, hopefully, maybe will result in restarting the peace talks. there are big obstacles to piece between the palestinians and israel. most importantly the settlement and the peace talks broke down last time over a prisoner exchange and the release of the palestinian prisoners which israel didn't want to do. you talk about the importance of jordan's voice in this. >> jordan is very affluelushl. it has a strong relationship. it has a good relationship with israel having a peace treaty in
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place since the early '90s and jordan has a large palestinian population. they have some influence with the palestinians. all though sometimes that's an intense relationship. >> david tafuri, thank you. the roads flooded and more rain is on the way. we'll take you live to houston see how the city is being pounded by the remnants of patricia. that's next.
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in morning the houston area is under flash flood warnings as it braces for more rain. as much as 6 inches more from the remnants of patricia. already there are 50 areas of confirmed water. the city management spokesperson told us it seems people are listening and are staying home and off the roads. let's go back out to ryan young. all morning it's been raining. good thing we haven't seen many cars behind you. maybe it's because of the hour or taking the advice of the emergency management
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spokesperson. >> reporter: you can see the water behind me. when we were on the road earlier we didn't see reports behind us. we saw reports where people got their cars stalled in high and fast moving water. people decided to stay off the roads. look here at the baybayou. there are people stuck in as little as 6 inches of water because their car stalls. that's the danger here. we saw people whose cars were submerged. 6 to 12 inches is expected to come through here. they hope it's going to tamper off around 3:00 or 4:00 this afternoon. but you know with all this rain that is impacting the area the best news is to keep people off the road in terms of avoiding the dangers. >> it came and the backside of the building kind of gave up first the plastic or glass
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panels you see on the building and then it came through. thank goodness everybody was inside. not a single person was hurt. so really we got lucky and thankful. >> reporter: so there was a high wind yesterday. that's what the man was describing. we're not dealing with those conditions now. it's been raining steadily since then. you can see behind me this has gone down at least a foot in the last few hours. that's the good news. what happens next? that's what we're waiting for to see what happens over the next few hours as the rain continues to fall. >> all right, we'll be watching it. ryan young, thank you so much. new video that we want to share with you this morning of the daring u.s. hostage rescue in iraq. we're taking you inside. look at this. you'll see firsthand what happened. amerivest selects the funds and manages your portfolio.
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20 minutes past the hour and the u.s. is confirming that this video we're going to show you here of a raid on an isis prison a joint effort between americans
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and peshmerga. you can hear the gunshots there. the video shows, too, what appears to be a common room with an isis flag and padlocked doors that are likely prison cells. president obama announced new guidelines for a standardized tests saying the kids spend too much time taking, quote, unnecessary examis in schools. the guidelines and recommendations for school districts to follow not binding regulation. the president and education secretary arnie duncan planned an oval office meeting tomorrow to sit down with teachers and school officials who are working to reduce test time. >> and, oh, i know you probably love this woman. legendary actress maureen o'hara
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pass away at 95 years old. have the big exclusives a the top of the hour. right now "inside politics." hillary clinton keeps cool before the ben gghazi committee >> i'm sorry it doesn't fit your narrative, congressman, i can only tell you the facts. >> unfortunately i believe we're out of time. >> a florida fight brewing. trump stomps on rubio and bush's home turf. >> here is a guy that wants to run our country and he can't run husband own campaign. >> new polls show a new leader in iowa. "inside politics" the


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