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the race for president intensifies. hillary clinton in a dead heat with bernie sanders in key voting states as republicans learn there will be fewer of them. and hours from now, president obama delivers his final state of the union address. what you can expect in tonight's speech. gunfire and grenades. new video of the violent, dangerous raid on drug lord el chapo's hideout.
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amazing pictures. welcome to "early start." i'm christine romans. >> i'm john berman. it is tuesday, january 12th. 4:00 a.m. in the east. a democratic face-off in iowa. hillary clinton and bernie sanders. the polls are surprisingly close this morning. clinton with the tiny lead in the latest survey. which explains why she is going directly after her opponent on gun violence to electability. we have brianna keilar with the latest from iowa. >> reporter: good morning. hillary clinton and bernie sanders both here in the hawkeye state as the race tightens. they are at a statistical tie. something bernie sanders is thrilled about and the clinton campaign is not. both candidates trying to draw differences at each other in the black and brown forum.
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>> as you know, secretary clinton has been criticizing you. have you noticed lately she is getting more aggressive with you? >> yes. >> why is that? >> i don't know. it could be -- >> you tell me. >> it could be the inevitable candidate for the democratic nomination may not be so inevitable today. >> can you say that bernie sanders cannot win the nomination? >> anybody can win. who would have thought donald trump would be leading in national polls. those of you ever thought about running for president, take heart. >> guns have been playing very large in the democratic race here in the final weeks. hillary clinton taking aim at bernie sanders over his more moderate record. bernie sanders for his part saying that he is opencrime.
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john. thank you, brianna. hillary clinton has two events today before heading to detroit. senator sanders is going to washington tonight. he will be in the house for the state of the union address. dramatic shake up of the debate stage overnight. rand paul doesn't like it. fox business network announce seven republicans qualify for the main stage debate in south carolina. donald trump, ted cruise and chris christie and jeb bush and john kasich. rand paul and carly fiorina, who were on the main stage last month. now on the undercard with mike huckabee and rick santorum.
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>> we do not think that anyone should really be able to characterize our campaign as anything less than first tier. we raised $25 million. we will be on the ballot in every state. we announced we have 1,000 precinct chairs in iowa. we think it is a rotten thing to do which candidates have a chance and don't. we will not participate. >> donald trump appeared on "the tonight show" going after hillary clinton for trailing bernie sanders in new hampshire polls. >> i think she is having a tough time. she has some guy, i mean, he should be easy to beat. how can you lose like this? he really isn't even a democrat. he said he's a socialist. i think he may be a step beyond a socialist. she is not doing well. she is about tied in iowa. she's losing new hampshire, which is sort of amazing. >> trump not saving all of his fire for clinton.
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he went after his closest competitor. ted cruz. sara murray has the latest. >> reporter: good morning. we are weeks away and it is a dead heat between donald trump and ted cruz. a new quinnipiac poll shows he is likely the lead in caucus goers. that is why we are seeing trump go after cruz from everything of he is a true evangelical to his stance on ethanol and his citizenship. >> is he a natural born citizen? i don't know. you cannot have a nominee who will be subject to be thrown out as a nominee. you can't do that. you will make that decision. it is a decision. i'm sure ted is thrilled i'm helping him out, but i am. i am. i mean, he's got to go and he has to fix it. >> reporter: cruz says he is a
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natural born citizen because his mother is a citizen. most legal scholars agree. as we see trump ramp up the attacks, he can relish his lead. another poll in new hampshire shows trump drawing 32% support from republican primary voters. that's more than double the 14% support cruz has there. look who else is climbing up. tying for second place is ohio governor john kasich. that same poll showed up one in three gop voters are set on who to support. you can see it is still a very fluid race. back to you, john and christine. >> it is. thank you, sara. with the votes less than three weeks away, trump and jeb bush campaign in iowa and ted cruz stumps in new hampshire. he will join marco rubio in washington for the state of the union. this is the seventh and final state of the union address. the president will not roll out a to-do list of agenda items he
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hopes to accomplish the last year in office. his aides say he will rise above election year acrimony and celebrate a vision of one american family. good luck. cnn's jim acosta has more from the white house. >> reporter: the president will talk about the america he hopes to see after he leaves office, but there are still a few things he wants to accomplish. he wants to defect executive action on guns and he wants to close guantanamo bay. as a tribute to the victims of gun violence, there will be an empty seat in the first lady's box. there will be a touch of the nostalgia as he looks back to the 2008 campaign and point to the first supporters, edith ch,
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iles. there will not be a long list of issues in the state of the union. acknowledging that time is running down and congress is looking to the next election. jim, you can tune in to cnn's live coverage of the state of the union beginning at 7:00 with erin burnet and followed by ac 360. the address is at 9:00 p.m. the republican response is givenly governor nicki haley. and we have breaking news from turkey this morning. a short time ago, istanbul was rocked by an explosion in the heart of the city. in an area where many western tourists visit. we are getting reports of casualties. the cause of the blast is not yet known. ambulances and police are at the scene of the central square, not
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far from the mosque. it is right in the heart of the main tourist hub. suffered a lot of deadly attacks in recent months. that city on edge. we are monitoring the developments. time for an early start on your money. futures, u.s. stock futures pointing lower. world stock markets are mixed. the season as a whole is showing profit is down 5%. crude oil is down $30 a barrel. oil crashed 70% from last summer. while that is great news for drivers, it may not be good nor homeowners. nationwide, home prices are expected to rise. states with economies tied to the energy sector could see a slump in demand for housing. north dakota is at the risk of the backlash. some home prices there are 20%
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over value. other states where the housing market could take a hit is wyoming, west virginia and alaska. dramatic news this morning on the mexican drug lord el chapo's hideout and new information on how he almost managed to slip away again. "ow..."
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amazing video this morning of the bloody early morning raid that led to the capture of
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mexican drug lord el chapo guzman. mexican authorities storming el chapo's safe house in mexico with guns blazing. the most wanted drug fugitive in the world. he slipped away during the government operation and all that gunfire previously. we get more from martin savidge. >> reporter: good morning. a cnn crew was able to gain access to the safe house that belonged to el chapo. this is where the raid took place. no surprise when they got inside. they found the place in shambles. it was a mini war that took place by mexican authorities. it was eventually successful. one of the things that is interesting about the video is it reveals the escape mechanism by which el chapo was able to get out of the house.
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in a closet. secreted small set of stairs gets him in the sewer system and the sewer system gets him away from the home. all of that is really revealing as to the detail of planning. we get to the sean penn interview. a lot of controversy about that. mexican authorities said that interview was essential to the capture of el chapo. they don't go into great detail as to why. it is clear that interview in october, somehow led them in the direction of several months later, a safe house in january. still, you have to give credit to the mexican special forces. they made that entry. they conducted it safely. they only had one slight wounded soldier. there were five gunmen killed, but no innocent person on the treat was injured in any way. john and christine. martin, thank you. this morning, four suspects in custody and one at large in the
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alleged gang rape of an 18-year-old girl in new york city last week. police say the boys between the ages of 14 and 17 assaulted the victim at a park in brooklyn. the suspects came no rape occurred and whatever happened was consensual. the police released video of the suspects in a store not far from where the attacks took place. a setback for jesse matthew over the disappearance of hannah graham. a police dog detected her scent in his car and apartment. prosecutors are seeking the death penalty. lawyers for bill cosby are asking a pennsylvania judge to dismiss sex assault charges against the actor. they claim the d.a. violated the claim not to violate from the case in 2004.
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charges were filed weeks before the statute of limitations expired. the lawyer used testimony in the cosby civil suit for the criminal charges. tonya couch, mother of the affluenza teen is expected to be released from bail. a judge lowered her bond to $75,000. she is accused of helping her son flee to mexico after he received a probation sentence after killing four in a drunk driving charge two years ago. we may have snow coming to the northeast. let's get to meteorologist allison chinchar. >> winter is here, john and christine. we have a cold blast of air from the midwest into the northeast. a lot of snow that's coming with it. you can see from the future
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future radar coming into the area thursday and friday. accumulations is impressive. widespread. 2 to 4 inches of snow. we will have some areas that could pick up 6 to 8 inches of snow with areas targeting a foot of snow before it is all said and done. take a look at minneapolis. 3 degrees on tuesday. at 29 by the time we get to thursday. chicago, the coldest day will be today. new york, we're going to bottom out on wednesday. same for cities like boston and also into washington, d.c. before we finally start to rebound. thank you. >> snow coming. alabama crimson tide, the kings of college football. they rolled. they held off clemson. they won 45-40 that was fitting
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of a playoff championship. the teams went back and forth until the fourth quarter. the game tied at 24-24. alabama recovered onside kick and got a quick touchdown. this is the knockout blow. 95-yard kick return. who does that? who does that in the fourth quarter with the game tied? nick saban does. the fourth title in the last seven years. the fifth overall for saban. heisman winner derrick henry scored three touchdowns. he's pretty good. vice president joe biden opening up to cnn offer the loss of his son and how president obama offered to help his family when times were toughest. we have that next.
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new this morning, surveillance pictures of the paris attack fugitive salah abdeslam on the run. the pictures show him at a french gas station the day after the attacks that killed 130 people. also in the photo, the suspect
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accused of driving him to brussels. the men were pulled over by police, but not detained by police. isis is claiming responsibility for a bloody attack in a busy mall in baghdad. suspects wearing suicide vests detonated a car bomb outside the mall. 13 people were killed, including a child. new this morning, a rare glimpse into the deep personal relationship with vice president joe biden and president obama. the vice president sat down with cnn and opened up about his son beau. when beau had to step down as attorney general, the family suffered financial concerns. the president stepped in. >>. he is the only guy i confided in all along with what is going on
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with beau. i felt a responsibility so he knew where i was in my thinking. i said, you know, my concern is if beau resigns, he has no -- there's nothing to fall back on. salary. i worked that out. jill and i will sell the house and be in good shape. he said don't sell the house. promise me you won't sell the house. he will be mad at me for saying this. whatever you need, i will give you the money. i don't think we will have to. he said promise me. then i'll never forget the eulogy he delivered for beau. when beau had his stroke and it turned out it was the beginning of the glioblastoma. he ran down the hall and yelled,
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joe, is beau okay? his love of family and my love of family, his two children and my granddaughters are best friends. his number two daughter, my number three daughter, they vacation together. they sleep at each other's homes all the time. it is personal. it's family. >> i knew they were friends. i didn't know they were that type. >> it shows the importance of friendships at whatever level. they developed a close bond over the years. i think joe biden is grateful for that. he also has things to say about the campaign. he has unsolicited words of praise for bernie sanders. >> good income inequity and he had been working on that for a long time. he said hillary clinton was new to the income inequality. >> a lot of people are asking that question. is hillary clinton in trouble?
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overnight, hillary clinton and bernie sanders battle it out in the very first voting state as there is shrinkage on the
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republican debate stage. president obama hours away from the state of the union address. new video in the violent raid that took down el chapo and new information on how he almost got away. welcome back to "early start." i'm john berman. >> i'm christine romans. 31 minutes past the hour. nice to see you. a democratic face-off deep into night in iowa. hillary clinton and bernie sanders at the candidate forum in the state where the polls are close this morning. clinton with the tiny 3-point lead in the latest survey which explains why she is going after her opponent on gun violence to electability. cnn's brianna keilar has more. >> reporter: bernie sanders and hillary clinton both in the hawkeye state as the race tightened. they are in a statistical tie in recent polls.
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both candidates trying to draw differences at the brown and black forum where they talk about the challenges facing african-americans and latino-americans. >> senator clinton has been criticizing you. >> yes. >> have you noticed she is getting more critical of you? >> yes. it could be that the inevitable candidate for the democratic nomination may not be so inevitable today. >> final question. can you say categorically tonight that bernie sanders cannot win the presidency? >> anybody can win. this is -- who would have thought donald trump would be leading in national polls? for those of you whoever thought about running for president, take heart. >> reporter: guns have been playing very large in the democratic race here in the final weeks. hillary clinton taking aim at bernie sanders for his moderate
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record. bernie sanders, for his part, saying he is open to reconsider his stance on immunity for gun makers and gun store owners, should producers sell be used in a crime. >> thank you. hillary clinton has two events today before heading to detroit with a fund-raiser with michael bolton. her daughter stumps in new hampshire on her first solo event this year. a dramatic shakeup of the debate stage overnight. rand paul doesn't like it. fox business network announced seven republicans are qualified for thursday's main debate stage in south carolina. jeb bush, ben carson and ted cruz and donald trump along with marco rubio and chris christie along with john kasich. rand paul said he would not show
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up for the undercard. >> we do not think anyone should really be able to characterize our campaign as anything less than first tier. we raised $25 million. we will be on the ballot in every state. we just announced we have 1,000 precinct chairs in iowa. it is a rotten thing to do to designate which candidates have a chance and don't. we will not participate in anything that is not first tier. >> that's the first time a candidate skipped a debate. donald trump was center stage on "the tonight show" last night and making fun of hillary clinton for trailing bernie sanders in new hampshire polls. >> i think she is having a tough time. she has some guy who should be easy to beat. how can you lose like this? he really isn't even a democrat. he said he's a socialist. i think he is a step beyond a
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socialist. she is not doing well. she is about tied in iowa. she is losing new hampshire which is amazing. >> hillary clinton is not the only person that donald trump is talking about. he is talking about ted cruz. this was new hampshire where at a rally, unprompted, donald trump continues to bring up where ted cruz was born and if he is eligible to run for president. cnn's sara murray has the latest. >> reporter: good morning, christine and john. we are just weeks away from the iowa caucuses. it is a dead heat with donald trump and ted cruz. a quinnipiac poll shows trump with 31% support from likely republican support. and cruz with 29%. that tight race is why we see trump go after cruz on everything from whether he is a true evangelical to stance on ethanol to his citizenship. >> ted cruz has a problem. is he a natural born citizen?
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i don't know. you can't have a nominee who is subject to be thrown out as a nominee. you will make that decision. it is a little decision. i'm sure ted is thrilled i'm helping him out. i am. i mean, i am. he's got to go and he has to fix it. >> reporter: cruz says he is a natural born citizen because his mother is a citizen and most legal scholars agree. as we see trump ramp up the attac attacks, he can relish his lead in another poll. 32% support from republican primary voters in new hampshire. that is more than double the 14% support cruz has there. look who is climbing up. tying for second place in new hampshire is ohio governor john kasich. that poll shows one in three gop voters are set on who to support. it is still a very fluid race. back to you. >> sara, iowa votes less than
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three weeks from today. that is where donald trump and jeb bush will be today. ted cruz is in new hampshire. later he will join senators rubio and cruz in washington. the white house says the president will not roll out a to-do list of items he hopes to accomplish during his last year in office. his aides say the president will rise above the election year acrimony and celebrate the vision of one american family. cnn's jim acosta has more from the white house. >> reporter: john and christine, the president will deliver an unconventional speech during the final state of the union tonight. he will talk about the america he hopes to see. there are things he wants to accomplish over the year. white house aides say the president will defend his executive actions on guns and talk about his plan to close the
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prison at guantanamo bay. the past justice criminal reform and taking on isis. there will be an empty seat in the first lady's box. there will be a touch of nostalgia as he looks back to the 2008 campaignand point to the first supporter, edith chiles. the white house has hinted there will not be a long list of proposals in the state of the union. acknowledgment that time is winding down and congress is looking to the next election. >> thank you. you can tune in to the state of the union tonight at 7:00 with erin burnet out front and followed by ac 360. then president obama's address at 9:00 p.m. the republican response by south carolina governor nicki haley. >> we're coming on early tomorrow.
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3:15 a.m. tomorrow. a very special "early start." breaking news out of turkey. istanbul rocked by an explosion a few hours ago in the heart of the city. ambulances and police on the scene in the central square. this is the main tourist hub. the hipodrome. injuries have been reported. so far, no confirmed fatalities. istanbul suffered many terror attacks in the last few months. we will bring updates to you. time for an early start on your money. futures are lower at this hour and global stock markets are mixed ahead of corporate earnings season. the president has a chance to help you with the state of your money. presidents get too much credit and blame. here is the obama economy in
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three charts. unemployment. jobless rate spikes above 10% in the first year in office. since then, the rate has been cut in half. 9 million jobs have been added. here is the issue. working americans not making as much. median household incomes lag in the recovery and has not rebounded. what did rebound? the stock market. since obama took office, the s&p 500 is up 126%. the president wanted to raise the minimum wage. the president wanted to get two years free community college. lots of things he wanted to do and immigration reform. things he has not been able to accomplish. for investors, it has been unbelievable last receiseven ye. dramatic video capturing the military raid on drug lord el chapo's hideout. we have that for you next.
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new video of the early morning raid that led to the capture of drug lord el chapo guzman. this looks intense. mexican authorities stormed the safe house in los mochis,
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mexico. the drug lord was captured hours after slipping away from the raid. let's get more from martin savidge. >> reporter: yesterday afternoon, the cnn crew gained access to the safe house in los mochis that belonged to el chapo. no surprise when they got inside it was in shambles. it was eventually successful. one of the things that is very interesting about the video is it reveals the escape mechanism by which el chapo was able to get out of the house. apparently in a closet. secreted small set of stairs gets him into a sewer system and the sewer system gets him away from the home. so all of that is really kind of revealing as to the kind of detail and planning that he had. then we get to the sean penn
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intervi interview. the mexican authorities said that interview is essential to the capture of el chapo. they don't go into great detail as to why. it's quite clear that interview in october somehow led them in the direction of a safe house in january. still, you have to give credit to the mexican special forces. they made that entry. they conducted it safely. they only had one slightly wounded soldier. five gunmen were killed, but no one on the street, no innocent person was injured in any way. john and christine. all right. martin, thank you. new information for you on the breaking news. that blast in istanbul, turkey. the governor of the province announcing ten confirmed dead. 15 wounded. no official cause for the explosion in the heart of the central square. that is istanbul's main tourist
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hub. again, ten dead. at least 15 injured in the explosion that rocked the main touri tourist hub in istanbul. and boys between the ages of 14 and 17 assaulted a girl in the brooklyn playground. the suspects say no rape occurred and whatever happened was consensual. over the weekend, police released the video of the suspects in the store not far from where the attack took place. a legal setback for jesse matthew in the death of university student hannah graham in 2014. a police dog detected her scent in matthew's car and apartment. prosecutors are seeking the death penalty for jesse matthew. lawyers for bill cosby are
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asking the pennsylvania judge to dismiss the charges against him. charges were filed against the comedian weeks before the 12-year statute of limitations expired. the lawyers claim the prosecutor used testimony that cosby gave in constand's civil suit. tonya couch, the mother of the affluenza teen, will be released after posting bond of $75,000. she is accused of helping her son fleeing to mexico. ethan couch remains in custody in mexico. all right. frigid temperatures and even snow. >> what's that? >> in some places in the northeast. it is not going to be spring forever in the northeast. let's get to meteorologist allison chinchar. >> john and christine, some areas will be warmer today in
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alaska than they will be in the lower 48. we have this cold blast of arctic air coming into the midwest and eventually pushing to the northeast. we have a lot of lake-effect snow coming down. most of the state of ohio is under a winter weather advisory for today and numerous other states as well. we're expecting most areas to pick up a widespread, 2 to 4 inches of snow. starting today, the system carries into wednesday. even thursday of this week. some of those areas right along the great lakes could pick up as much as 10 to 12 inches of snow. again, incredible amounts. they are used to it up there, but not all at once. here is a look at cold temperatures. high temperature in minneapolis, 3 degrees. that's 20 degrees below normal. 20 degrees below normal in chicago with the high of 11. new york, above normal. same for d.c., but that changes tomorrow. thank you, allison.
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>> the crimson tide, kings of college football. they held off number one clemson. they won 45-40. this was a big game with a big score and big plays. the teams went back and forth until the fourth quarter. the game tied at 24-24. this happened. an onside kick. who does that? almost like a pooch kick. they got a quick touchdown after that. we are looking at this right he here. after that, they got a 95-yard kickoff return for a score. the fourth national title for alabama in the last seven years. the fifth overall for nick saban. heisman trophy winner derrick henry scored three touchdowns. incredible display by both teams. how about that call? the onside kick in the fourth
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quarter? >> i have never seen anything like that. things like that leave me speechless. >> nothing left to say. 50 minutes past the hour. this man maybe he could be hillary clinton's running mate, but for now he is president obama's housing chief. why he thinks 2016 is a strong year for home buyers when we get an early start on your money next.
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new this morning, s surveillance pictures of salah abdeslam on the run. these pictures show him at the gas station the day after the attacks that killed 130 people. and also with him is the man accused of driving him to brussels. the two and a third man were pulled over by police, but not detained. isis is claiming
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responsibility for the bloody attack on a busy mall in baghdad. militants with suicide vests detonated a bomb outside the mall on monday. 13 people were killed, including a child, when attackers took civilians hostage. and a critical milestone in the iranian deal. they removed the nuclear reactor in the key city which is a key steep in the sanctions. the house takes up a measure that would bar the president from easing sanctions. high praise for bernie sanders from joe biden. the vice president sitting down for a wide ranging interview with gloria borger. he says he is doing a heck of a job on income inequality. when it comes up to the caucuses an primary, biden says ignore
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the poll numbers because the race is too close to call and always has been. >> i thought for the last six months they were neck and neck in both places. i never bought the idea that there was somehow that remember he was up by 15 points in new hampshire and he was down by 15 points. that's not the way this process works as you and i both know. i'm much older than you, but you covered a lot of this. so, i'm not surprised that it is viewed as neck and neck. i'm also surprised if the issue is right. i'm not -- >> why is she struggling? you say we consider she was an overwhelming favorite. >> i think that's part of the reason. >> he's a democratic socialist. >> yeah, but you know, if bernie sanders never said he was a democratic socialist, based on what he is saying, people would not call him a democratic
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socialist. that is how he characterizes himself in european terms with the parties in europe. >> why is she having trouble? >> i think that bernie is speaking to a yearning that is deep and real and he has credibility on it. that is the absolute enormous concentration of wealth in a small group of people and the middle class now being able to be shown left out. there used to be a basic bargain. if you contributed to the profitability of the enterprise, you have to share in that profit. productivity is up. wages is down. it is relatively new for hillary to talk about that. hillary's focus is on other things up until now. that is bernie's -- no one questions his authenticity on those issues.
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let's get a start on your money. stocks in asia finished mixed. oil prices tumbling. hillary clinton's proposal is a fair share surcharge on top earners. americans making $5 million a year would pay additional 4% tax on that income. the clinton camp says this is expansion on the central idea of the buffett rule who blamed the tax code for the fact he pays a lower rate than his secretary. she has a plan to go after the inequality. one possible running mate for hillary clinton if she secures the nomination. housing secretary julian castro. he was on "the late show" last night. he sat down with me first. i was the warm-up show. this is what he told me about
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the housing market for the year. >> i believe it will be better than last year with more opportunity and we should be confident going forward that all of the indicators point to continued growth. >> higher mortgage rates. if mortgage rates rise and the fed keeps raising rates, you are not too concerned they will rise quickly? >> no, i believe we will see relatively stable rates the first half of the year. the fed did raise interest rates, but that has not significantly impacted what somebody is paying on a mortgage. i think that will be the case. >> he sees millennial home buyers this year. young, college educated, urban areas. the average 30-year fixed rate mortgage is still below 4%. >> that is still low. >> i asked if he has been contacted about being her running mate. he said it is premature. >> not that it won't happen and i won't say yes, but that it is early. "early start" continues right now.
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>> the democratic battle goes late into the night in iowa. hillary clinton. bernie sanders. the polls surprisingly close there. that as there is shrinkage on the republican debate stage. president obama preparing to give his final state of the union address. what you can expect in tonight's speech. and breaking news this morning. deadly bomb blast in turkey at a popular tourist spot in that city. good morning. welcome to "early start." i'm john berman. >> i'm christine romans. it is tuesday, january 12th. 5:00 a.m. in the east. democratic face-off deep into the night in iowa. hillary clinton and bernie sanders at a candidate forum in a state where the polls are surprisingly close this morning. clinton with just the tiny three-point lead

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