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-- captions by vitac -- good evening. thanks for joining us. a very busy night ahead. reports of an arrest from the mudder of an american woman in italy. exclusive new information about the arrest of mexican drug lord el chapo after his interview with sean penn. and late word, what could be a block buster in the "new york times" the time reporting that the leading republican in the iowa caucuses, senator ted cruz who told a story of liquidating his family's net worth to finance his senate campaign got more than $1 million from goldman sachs. money the paper reports he did not disclose. we're getting reaction from the campaign and will bring you that at the top of the next hour but a dust up on the campaign trail the night before the next republican debate and a night after president obama and republican governor nikki haley took shots at donald trump, he's about to address a rally in pensacola, florida. before we go to it, here is the piece of governor haley's state of the union response that raised not only donald trump's ire but angered conservative
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talking heads including ann coulter who tweeted that donald trump should deport nikki haley. she's a natural born american citizen, the daughter of indian parents and identifies as methodist and not an immigrant and in any case, here is what he said. >> today we live in a time of threats like few others in recent memory. during anxious times, it can be tempting to fallow the siren call of the angriest voices. we must resist that temptation. no one who is willing to work hard abide by our laws and love our traditions should ever feel unwelcome in this country. >> today, she stood by her remarks. listen. >> the point is when you get loud, when you get angry, the work stops, things stop moving and so trying to make sure we lower the volume, listen to what people are saying because if you listen what they are trying to get, you realize a lot of times there is a place to get there. >> donald trump again who is
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about to speak tonight defended his remarks by phone to erin burnett. >> well, i think she's right. i am angry. i'm angry and a lot of other people are angry how incompetent our country is being run. i'm extremely angry and upset about it. i think it's ridiculous and, you know, believe it or not, it's make america great again, it's really mine is a campaign of hope and feature. >> earlier today, he attacked governor hailer personally suggesting she was singing a different tune when she was asking for campaign donations, asking for, quote, a hell of a lot of money. quite a dustup and dilemma for republicans. jeff zeleny is traveling with the trump campaign and joins us from the event. this is trump's last prime time rally before tomorrow night's debate and taking hits from haley, senator cruz, two popular figures. what do you expect from him tonight? >> reporter: anderson, you can see the crowd behind me here, some 11,000 or more people
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gathered here in pensacola and to donald trump, that is a bit of an energy burst for him. you can expect him to come into the rally with a smile on his face. once again, he's beaten back this establishment attempt to slow his rise. when he comes to these rallies, he fees off the crowds and reminds them he is leading in every poll. so tonight, i expect that he will sort of reiterate what he said, he is angry. he is angry about immigration. he is supportive of the second amendment of gun control. rallies take on anyone in particular, but he feeds off these crowds. tonight i think he'll take a victory lap on the eve of the debate tomorrow in south carolina. >> is there a sense you get from the trump campaign that the gloves are off and will stay off because so far every time trump and cruz have had a chance to go after each other on a debate stage, they basically shied away from that. >> reporter: anderson, the gloves are off and then back on again and i believe at the debate tomorrow night we will see a similar thing.
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donald trump has not shown in any of the debates he is interested in being the aggressor unless someone comes after him first. so i do not expect that he will talk about the citizen ship issue unless he's asked about it. but i cannot fathom he would not be asked that and i'm actually watching ted cruz. is he going to try and engage donald trump? there is no question in iowa this is having some effect here. ted cruz dropped from some ten points to now only having a four-point lead over donald trump. i think the gloves will stay on unless donald trump is provoked and then as we've seen time and time again, he's more than willing to punch back. anderson? >> jeff zeleny, thanks. what is interesting to hear is how different voices within the party, republican party are dealing with this. the party famously did a post motor mortem after their 2011 defeat. joining us, chief strategist and communications director for the rnc and top romney 2012 strategists steward stevens.
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govern hailey -- governor haley taking on donald trump. is this the establishment trying to take donald trump out? >> no, it's not. i think this is governor haley and a lot of voices in her party not taking on anyone. it's talking how to better position our party and talk about how our policies will help america move in the right direction and that's talking in a positive way and putting a smile on our faces, talking about why our policies, our party, our vision is better for this country, especially when the choice is hillary clinton. >> you don't think she was referencing donald trump? >> well, i think as she said earlier today, she was referencing a lot of people. tone matters, something the chairman said before and i think it's something that we can agree on in the republican party. we don't want to be angry. we want to be positive and ex -- extol virtues to help us grow
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and win elections and governor from an ideology. >> what do you think governor haley was saying last night? >> anderson one of the big differences between nikki haley and donald trump is nikki haley has won elections and knows what people want in an election. i can't speak for her. i take her at her word. she's talking about a lot of people. i think that there is a difference here in approach and approach matters. i think that her approach has proven to be a winning approach. i think donald trump's approach will prove to be a losing approach. ultimately, politics is about winning something so that you can have the ability to govern, and she has proven to be an effective governor and wildly popular in her state and i think that donald trump is out there just playing the politics of anger to get a rise out of a crowd. i don't think that's how you're going to win an election. >> sean, when you have a -- go ahead, sean. >> i was going to say, i think we got to understand that right
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now the american people in the american electorate are very upset with how things are going in this country. mr. trump taps into that anger but to kind of dove tail on what stuart was saying, i think that what governor haley is trying to point us to, correctly so, is that we can talk about it and channel that anger into a positive vision for america. >> i want to play a clip of something senator cruz said to a boston radio station campaigning in new hampshire this week. let's play that. >> i think he may shift in his new rallies to playing "new york, new york" because, you know, donald comes from new york and embodies new york values. the donald seems to be a little rattled. this race is turning more and more into a two-person race. there is a big separation between the two of us and everybody in the field and what we're seeing is conservatives are uniting behind our campaign. >> i should also point out trump tweeted today sadly there is no way ted cruz continue running the republican primary unless he can erase doubts on eligibility.
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stuart, do you think trump is getting traction with these attacks on cruz, on where he was born, on his eligibility? >> no. i think it's a misfire about trump. i think it's absolutely crazy. it's not the way to go after cruz. i'm glad to see that senator cruz is fighting back, though. donald trump is trying to disqualify senator cruz in a very literal sense. i think there are reasons and ways to disqualify donald trump and i think that those that are running against them should get about doing that, prove there are reasons that he is demonstrated and temperament and character and ability and intelligence that he's not qualified to be president of the united states. let's get it on. that's what this should be about. show why you should be president and why the other person shouldn't be. >> sean, you're with the rnc,
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how do you handle these attacks by trump on cruz' eligibility? >> we don't. we leave that handicapping up to steward and other pundits and professional operatives. our job is to create a transparent field and make their vision, ten of them really amazing and a level of diversity neither party seen before and make their pitch to voters. >> steward, do you expect, you talked about ted cruz fighting back, do you expect to see that. >> getting closer to the end of a race, things get tighter and people more aggressive. usually the most aggressive person wins a debate. it's been more in the format but i would hope that's going to happen. i think this is what voters want. they don't want to just hear why you think you're great. they want to hear why you're great and the other person shouldn't be qualified. >> good to have you, guys, thanks. coming up next, the democratic side in what some are
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seeing as a democratic slide for hillary clinton. with iowa and new hampshire getting closer, her position against bernie sanders appears to be eroding. we got new polling and a look how her campaign is responding to the challenge including a heavy dose of bill clinton. also later, exclusive details about the arrest of drug lord el chapo. we got new information how much authorities knew about it in advance ahead on the program. details.
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with momentum in the democratic race seeming to shift to bernie sanders, the gloves are coming off in the clinton campaign. new polling shows a five-point sanders lead in iowa and new hampshire polling has him up by 14 points over secretary clinton. yesterday daughter chelsea clinton hit the campaign trail and took shots at senator sanders on health care and her father heavy weight at his third campaign event of the day. we are traveling with the campaign and joins us now from
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new hampshire. the former president out campaigning for his wife. what did he talk about today and the poll numbers? >> reporter: well, it's interesting, anderson, bill clinton really trying to brush aside the poll numbers for his wife, really downplaying the notion that this is any sort of cause for concern for her candidacy. and his deployment here in new hampshire certainly does come at an interesting, critical key time for the clinton campaign, comes a it a time where with sanders' momentum, the campaign is laser focused in on bernie sanders now. it's really taking a sharp, much more combative tone and rhetoric and bill clinton earlier today at his event if this is indicative of any nervousness on the part of the campaign said no, it's just where the state of the race should be right now. >> what about your wife and senator bernie sanders? >> well, you mean when he went to new york and criticized her and all that? all they are doing now, which
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they should be doing, is talking about the differences in their positions. that's good. that's healthy. >> reporter: what about the polls, does it surprise you? >> i'm surprised it didn't happen 60 days ago. >> chelsea clinton campaigning yesterday for her mother challenging sanders on health care. both her parents addressed that today. some people were critical of that saying the clinton campaign shouldn't have put her out yesterday. >> reporter: that's right. this is big. both parents coming out forcefully defending their daughter today saying she knows a lot about health care. that was her biggest attack and saying she had every right to comment on it. bill clinton saying she read his plan and knows his stuff but it certainly was notable early in the week yesterday when chelsea came out big, not only hits on bernie sanders on health care, but also on his education policy as well. chelsea clinton really likes to remain above the fray. very notable that she jumped in it and became an attack dog for her family. the clinton campaign keeps
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saying this is not a sign they are nervous even though their rhetoric, tone is telling a much different story. >> thanks very much. joined now by peter and donna brazil, a contributing editor with the atlantic media and senior fellow at the new america foundation. and she's vice chair of the national committee voter project. donna, you say the clinton campaign should be worried about the poll numbers but do you think that worry is coming late? is it tightening of the race because they weren't worried two or three months ago? >> anderson, as a campaign strategist, you're 18 days out, of course you're looking at all these polls. back in the day you had one or two polls, of course, des moines register poll is the one you look forward to read and understand. but, look, the campaigns, both campaigns, hillary campaign as well as bernie campaign, they have a game plan, and both campaigns out there trying to get number threes. you have number one you are committed to go to caucus for the candidates.
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number two, you're wavering but you're leaning. number three, you're undecided or no one talked to you. they are trying to find votes at this hour. should they be worried? of course. should bernie be nervous that, with you know, with 18 days out hillary could regain the lead and then, you know, two weeks from now before we head to the caucus there's been some new developments. so this is what politics is all about. this is what primary politics. i assume from day one, although many people kept saying the race is over. hillary clinton is in. i say, no it's not over. there is 30, 40% of voters who didn't participate because they were not eligible or they did not -- they were not registered or they were not even of age. so this is a great time in a campaign for both candidates to make good closing arguments to get whatever response they can from the voters but it's going be a little topsyturvy over the next couple weeks. >> do you think the campaign is in trouble.
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when you look past iowa, past new hampshire and south carolina, clinton has a lot of support there. >> they have a backstop. the reason barack obama won is because he won white liberals and the african american vote. bernie sanders will beat hillary clinton but after iowa, new hampshire you go to states with more conservative voters, and african-americans. there is not a lot of evidence so far that bernie sanders can crash the clinton's hold on african americans. were he to beat her decisively in both iowa and new hampshire? it would at least raise the question but she has a powerful backstop even if she loses the first two. >> and donna, what about a generational divide? younger voters seem to be enthusiastic about senator sanders in a way they don't seem to be about secretary clinton. >> look, no question, bernie sanders, i've been to a couple of his rallies, he is really raising issues that most americans care about, college
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affordability, making sure we have a level playing field. there is no reason to demonize what bernie is saying is not in the main stream of america right now. he's running a vigorous campaign and picking up support and doing what candidates who are insurgents do, they come on strong. and he is taking it directly to the people. that being said, i think that hillary clinton still has been opportunity to get some of those me l millennials, to connect with them and assure they will support her in the long haul. >> peter, joe biden with gloria in an interview two days ago raised the authenticity issue saying bernie sanders has authenticity on the issue of income inequality. especially, by not saying so, saying that hillary clinton may not or certainly that she's newer to the table in talking about this, an issue a lot of young people and democrats care about, do you think that's part of the problem here for hillary clinton? >> absolutely. there is a parallel to what is happening on the republican side. there is a group of democrats like republicans who want to blow things up. they believe that the political
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process is fundamentally corrupt. and fundamentally predatory and they want a kind of revolution. those people in the republican party are going to donald trump. in the democratic party, they are going to bernie sanders and hillary clinton whether she likes it or not represents an establishment politics and the problem is, there are a lot of dissatisfaction right now, there is a market right now for somebody who is a real outsider. >> donna, sending chelsea clinton out on the campaign trail, is that a sign of fear on the clintons' part. >> i want to first of all say that secretary clinton was unable and did not participate in politics for several years and during that time as you know from elizabeth warren to bernie sanders and several other united states senators, they have championed income inequality and hillary clinton gets it right so i know that this is an issue that's very close to her heart and her politics and she'll do the right thing.
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in terms of utilizing chelsea, of course they're going to utilize her as a surrogate. i don't know who wrote her message and she probably doesn't need anybody to write down what she should say. she's able and committed to electing her mother, that being said, look, i don't know if what she did yesterday will be effective long haul but there's no question that secretary clinton is going to have to utilize every resource and ensure that she gets the kind of momentum and the enthusiasm that she's seeing from bernie sanders. >> did you think it was a mistake, a lot of people saying that it was inappropriate to send her out to go after bernie sanders? >> people have the right to fire back at her. if she's going to dish it out, she has to take it. you can't say she's the child of the candidate. once you actually go from saying nice things about your own parent to attacking another candidate, you should expect other people will be able to challenge you and if they are
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ready for that with chelsea clinton, that's fine but there shouldn't be illusions about that. >> that's right. >> peter, donna, thank you. just ahead, breaking news, exclusive new information about the arrest of mexican drug lord el chapo after his interview with sean penn. did iranian officials force an apology out of one of the u.s. sailors before he leasirel him? details ahead. help sense danger before you do. because when you live to innovate, you innovate to live. the all-new audi q7. a higher form of intelligence has arrived.
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breaking news about the secret meeting actor sean penn pulled off with joaquin guzman, known as el chapo. penn interviewed him in october while el chapo was still a fugitive. a mexican actress helped arrange the meeting. penn wrote about it in a "rolling stone" article that ran the day after el chapo was captured. he was caught after a deadly raid on his hideout in northwest mexico. "rolling stone" went to great lengths to keep the interview secret. tonight, cnn's pamela brown has exclusive information what mexican and u.s. officials knew about the actor's plans and joins me now. so what have you learned? >> we've learned from law enforcement sources that u.s. law enforcement knew about this
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connection that sean penn had with el chapo before his capture. but they suspected that perhaps he was trying to broker a movie deal even before sean penn went to mexico in october. communications that he had with the actress kate del castillo garnered attention from u.s. law enforcement. around the same time, mexican authorities uncovered these text messages between del castillo and el chapo and after that, sean penn went to mexico, arrived at the airport. the u.s. was alerted to that. but the authorities lost track of the actor. it was then suspected he was on his way to meet el chapo, the location where an operation was about to take place. and we have learned, anderson that that operation was delayed. in fact, i spoke to the attorney general today. she wouldn't comment on that specifically but she made it clear that she wants "el chapo" back here in the u.s. soil. >> and the mexican actress, i understand, you're learning more about her involvement. >> well, that's right. so we know she was texting with
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el chapo leading up to the visit that she had in mexico with sean penn. it seemed like el chapo had some obsession with her. he was a fan of the show that she was on where she was involved with a drug kingpin and so they were exchanging these text messages and it appears she was going to el chapo and saying you should talk to sean penn, this actor. he didn't even know who he was but there was a clear tie between el chapo and del castillo, the actress and sean penn and del castillo. and when authorities put it all together that's when they were able to make the link between sean penn and the drug kingpin. >> i want to be clear about this, according to your reporting, did this change the timing of any operation to bring el chapo into custody? what are the mexicans saying? >> what happened was -- so what our law enforcements are saying is that sean penn sort of
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vanished from the airport. they decided to delay the operation in mexico because of this concern that there were two americans with el chapo. so the operation was delayed and you may remember that later that month there was a failed operation to get el chapo, he escaped. and as we know, they eventually caught up with him and captured him recently. the fact that sean penn visited the drug kingpin thanks impacted the operation about to take place. >> so were they monitoring or was it mexican officials or u.s. officials monitoring this actress' text communications, do we know? >> so we know the mexican officials according to a source in speaking to my colleague brian todd, they were monitoring text messages she was having el chapo. at the same time, we know that law enforcement, they were aware of these communications that she was having with the actor sean penn. we have been told that mexican authorities asked the u.s. to gather phone communications where it's unclear if that request was compiled with but clearly, they were tracking the phone communications from this
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actress kate del castillo and sean penn's visit to the drug kingpin played a key role in the drug kingpin's capture. >> pamela, thanks. today, iran released the ten u.s. sailors detained after entering iranian waters but not before these images were aired on state television showing the sailors after their capture in the persian gulf yesterday. they were on route to bay rain from kuwait when it happened. another video showed one of the sailors apologizing. while president obama was giving his state of the union address he didn't mention any of this. secretary of state john kerry was working behind the scenes to secure the release. jim sciutto tonight joins us with the latest. so what have you learned? >> anderson, two of the key questions here have been, one, how did those sailors end up on their knees disarmed with their hands over their heads? that under duress? at gunpoint? the second one, was at any point during this episode, was an apology issued?
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from the u.s. to iran? oddly enough we got an answer to what could be an answer to those questions through an interview that one of the sailors did with iranian state television while they were in custody. have a listen. >> it was a mistake that was our fault and we apologize for our mistake. the iranian patrol boat came out when we were having engine issues and had weapons drawn, so we tried to talk to them until more boats came out and took us in. >> now on the apology, u.s. officials tell me, one, there's no official apology. john kerry did not apologize to the iranians that anything that sailor said would be considered under duress saying anything really to protect his crew. on the question whether guns were drawn, that's the first time we heard that. they're still debriefing the sailors. that's going to take place tomorrow in the region. the navy waiting to get their hard answers to those questions as well. >> how does this compare to how the obama administration is portraying it?
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>> you and i, everyone else looks at the images. it's hard to reconcile those sailors on their knees with this story of a diplomatic victory that we've heard from secretary of state john kerry and white house and from the iranian side. they seem to be on point in terms of talking points there but they are still saying, administration officials, listen, this could have lasted longer and could have ended a lot worse if those diplomatic channels weren't open, that being the result of the nuclear negotiations. >> again, the timing of all this is a very sensitive time obviously for u.s. iranian relations. >> imagine this, beyond it being the state of the union last night, in the next few days officials tell me is when they expect the iran nuclear deal to be implemented and that's when those sanctions, billions of dollars of sanctions on iran are going to be lifted. so it seems that could have been a big influence on this. even the hard liners in iran did
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not want to lose that. >> jim sciutto, thanks. a lot more happening tonight. >> anderson, an avalanche killed at least three people including two french school children. they were skiing on a closed slope where the risk of an avalanche was high. scores of rescuers worked into the night to find the victims. former nfl running back lawrence philips has died in a suspected suicide. he was found unresponsive in a prison cell. he was serving a 31-year prison sentence after being convicted of domestic violence and other charges in 2008. he was awaiting trial on charges of killing his cell mate last year. the armed occupiers who took over a federal wildlife refuge in oregon say they will announce on friday when they are leaving. for 11 days they've been holed up in the cold at the remote area of land policies. and according to the hollywood reporter, the cast of friends is reuniting on, nbc. they are expected to take part
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on a prime time special planning to celebrate iconic tv director james borrow, their long time collaborator. >> interesting to see. thanks very much. >> just ahead, $1.5 billion up for grabs in tonight's powerball drawing. $1.5 billion. the highest jackpot ever. people lining up for their shot. the latest on the lottery fever that turned into an all out frenzy, next. omise me that you'y that taco place on south street. and we have portfolio planning tools to help you manage your ira. yeah, you're old 401k give me your phone. the rollover consultants give you step-by-step help. no set-up fees. use your potion. sorry, not you. my pleasure. goodnight, tim. for all the confidence you need. who's tim? td ameritrade. you got this. human maintenance guy would acti got to hang a
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the record-breaking powerball jackpot soared higher if you can imagine. it's now up to a cool $1.5 billion in tonight's u.s. drawing. 19 drawings with no winner. the odds say you're more likely to be struck by lightning numerous times while drowning. but that is not stopping people from lining up to get their tickets. miguel marquez joins me with more. penn station, most popular place to purchase powerball tickets in new york. what's it like there now. >> in the bowels of penn station here at world books, everyone a winner here, correct? >> that's right. >> reporter: what are you going to spend your billion on? >> what am i going to spend my
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billion on? anything and everything. >> i'm hitching my wagon do you. are you looking forward to winning a billion dollars? >> yes. >> new york state, this is the busiest place in new york to buy lottery tickets. they have five lanes here. it's been busy all day long. this is slow right now. at the busiest this afternoon between 6:00 and 7:00 p.m., new york state was selling more than $6 million in tickets an hour. now they are at about $5 million in tickets an hour. sir, how busy has it been today? >> very crazy. this is hard to talk with you. [ laughter ] >> reporter: so busy he can't talk. i want to say, though, that all these people can really go home. because i have the winning ticket right here, actually. everyone else is wasting their time. what are you going to spend your billion on? >> homes and houses. >> reporter: well, that's -- i might be hitching my wagon to you then. that sounds like a good time.
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ooipgly -- incredibly, everybody, i think, hoping that they will win this thing, certainly. the odds of winning it very, very slim. you have a better chance of getting hit by lightning and drowning. you have a better chance of getting hit by lightning while drowning than winning this lottery but we live in hope. anderson. >> miguel marquez. thanks very much. buy me some tickets. joining us is richard quest, anchor of "quest means business". >> poor delusional miguel marquez. >> why? >> because i've got the winning ticket over here. bad luck. >> like charlie and the chocolate factory. $1.5 billion. what would the pay out be if you took the lump sum. you can take a lump sum or have it spread out. >> $930 million. that's the amount that you would get. it starts at 1.5 billion but because you're going to choose the lump sum and get the benefits of the cash now, not over many years, they have a discount and the discount they
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apply to this is 62%. so the lump sum percentage is 62%. >> so you get 920 billion and taxes take what? >> taxes. so you start at 1.5 billion, whoever said life was fair? you start at $1.5 billion. you go down to $930 million. and depending on which state you're in, if you're in new york state, with the city and state tax on top of it that will come down to 450 to $500 million. >> i would still take it. if you take the annuity. 900 billion, you said take the lump sum. >> right. >> now is it still better to take the lump sum? >> the annuity is $22.6 million a year until 2045. so that's an income of that sizable amount of money. no question about it. but why would you not take it? which would you prefer, the annuity or cash value? the answer always the cash value. for the simple reason, right,
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the simple reason you can invest that yourself and do better than perhaps the 5% that they will do to make your annuity. so overall, you are better off taking the lump sum. >> i don't know. i think i would go for the smaller amount because i think if you get a lump sum of 900 billion, million dollars, you would go nuts. what would -- i think i would go nuts. >> right. you don't have to just worry about going nuts. you don't have to worry just about winning the top number because there are other ways that you can win. if you just get the red powerball, you get $4. >> whomp, whomp, whomp. okay. >> a few more. if you get three of the white balls, you get $7. >> oh my god, wait a minute. can you imagine getting three of them and being like i'm about to win and then you don't and then you see you won $7. >> four balls and you get $100. >> $100 for four balls. >> and five balls, $1 million in cash. >> why is everyone laughing?
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>> and all six. a dirty mind is a feast in this studio. all six, $930 million. but the core question is, what happens. >> if you win? >> what when anderson wins? are you ready? >> i'm ready. what happens? >> anderson. >> yeah. >> you have just won $930 million. [ laughter ] >> uh-huh. >> are you taking the annuity or lump sum payout? >> i'll take your advice and take the lump sum. >> begrudgingly -- >> yes. and i tell you what i'll do, i'll buy myself a watch, not a crazy watch. >> that's my next question -- >> okay, fine. >> what will be your first impulse purchase? >> would be a watch. my only impulse purchase would be a watch. because i once bought a nice watch when i signed a contract and i lost it and i feel so guilty i never bought another one and every time i look at it, i would be reminded of it but save everything else. >> that's it. he's going to buy a watch.
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[ laughter ] >> what? it makes sense. >> he's going to buy a watch. >> what would you buy? >> a watch, thank you. [ laughter ] >> will you keep the day job? >> of course i would keep my day job. >> why? you don't need it. >> you're going to sit around with $900 million and you don't think you'll go nuts? are you kidding? thout a job? you got to keep your job. >> now the final question. >> i love my job. >> have you bought your tickets yet? >> no. >> do you want to go halves? >> i think there's an office pool and i'm told i'm in on it. >> $2 -- >> $2 -- [ laughter ] >> i'm like the queen of england, i don't carry the cash on me, you know. [ laughter ] >> i think that's a good enough -- thank you. just leave it there. 930 -- >> what would you buy? >> what would i buy? >> yeah. what would your first big purchase be? >> a royals royce. >> wait a minute. i didn't even notice you were wearing a money tie.
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there's an arrest in the case of an american woman who was strangled to death. there is a lot of questions, randi kaye joins me now with the latest. what have we learned? >> multiple news outlets reporting there has been arrest, a man was arrested in the murder of ashley olson. they're not saying who this man is. they're not identifying him. they're also not giving any details, the media, about when the arrest was made, where it was made, how it went down. i should point out police, investigators are not saying anything or confirming that an arrest took place and cnn hasn't been able to independently verify that an arrest took place, either. all of this comes, anderson, as we're learning more about how police investigators were able to zero in so quickly on this suspect. ashley olson's facebook post from april 2014, now haunting. i got a one-way ticket to italy it reads. less than two years later, she was dead. investigators now saying that the 35-year-old american-born artist was strangled with a rod or belt or scarf and today's
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bombshell that they know who did it. investigators say they have identified the suspect from an image on surveillance footage. they did not release a name. when olson was killed is still a mystery. her pet beagle scout was found in the apartment when olson's body was discovered on saturday. he hadn't been taken for a walk in some time, suggesting olson had been dead for hours. >> i can't imagine what she went through, you know, no one deserves to go through that so whoever did this to her, i hope they get what's coming to them. >> reporter: olsen may have met her killer at a florence nightclub. her friends told them they left olsen at the club alone, some time between 3:00 and 4:00 a.m. on friday morning. and investigators hoped surveillance camera footage from the club in olson neighborhood would give them answers and may have led to the suspect. that video is key and would
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likely show who olsen left the nightclub with, if anyone or if someone followed her home, stalking her. and stalking might not be out of the question given olsen's bizarre instagram postings. her heading live free or die, there are hashtags that read f off and creeper. this photo uses the hashtags stalker alert, creeper in the back and creeper pic. her friend from florida where olsen fwru up said she would talk to anyone. >> she would meet strangers on the street and go up and have a conversation with them. >> reporter: meanwhile, investigators have yet to clear olsen's friends of being involved or her italian boyfriend. an italian artist. he quarrelled with olsen days before, but authorities say he has a strong alibi on the night of the murder.
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also, olsen's land lady let him inside her apartment after he couldn't reach his girlfriend. the landlady describing his reaction to an italian magazine saying he threw himself on her to revive her. the body was cold. he kept repeating my little one, my love. italian media say investigators are also reportedly looking into the idea that olsen may have been involved in some type of sex ring and that she may have died as a result of autoerotic asphyxiation. she was strangled but investigators say there was no indication she put up a struggle. still, no evidence has been made public to support that theory. it's a familiar pattern of suggestion. when american amanda knox was accused of accusing her roommate in 2007, investigators accused knox of being involved in a twisted sex game. they suggested knox taunted kercher with a knife while knox's boyfriend and another man sexually assaulted her. keep in mind, the same italian investigator who headed up the
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knox case is also investigating the ashley olsen case. randi kaye, cnn, new york. >> cnn contributor barbie is an american journalist who has been based in italy for 20 years and has written a book about the amanda knox case. she joins me from rome. is there any information on who the suspect is in >> it's really sketchy information right now. we understand from every italian media outlet right now that they've arrested an african. we've got several italian media outlets saying he's from senegal but there's no way to confirm that until he is delivered to the police station in florence and as we see right now he's still en route, he's either being interrogated somewhere else or being processed somewhere but he's not been brought to the central police station in florence yet. >> earlier this week, the
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italian press was starting to paint olsen as a party girl. now that the autopsy report is out, has that changed at all? are they backing off? >> well, no, in fact, it's getting worse because the autopsy details one by one whether she had sex before she died, whether she had any drugs or alcohol in her system. all those details that come out paint, you know, a picture in the eyes of the press but actually they are just pieces of a puzzle we can't possibly know what should look like because she's dead. we can't ask her. nobody can know. i mean, it's very different from the case of amanda knox who was accused of a murder? which he had an opportunity to defend herself. instead, ashley olsen her persona is being depicted as a party girl and the autopsy isn't really clear if you look at them in pieces. >> the investigator handling the case is the same one that handled the knox case. >> that's exactly right.
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this is the investigator who, when he arrested amanda knox for the murder of kercher said case closed, which we know wasn't the case because that lasted over seven years before they kbon rated amanda knox definitively. >> certainly let's hope he's learned some lessons there. appreciate it. thank you. >> thank you. coming up, another live hour after "360" and reports ted cruz got more than $1 million from goldman sachs from his senate campaign but did not disclose it. we'll have the latest on that. i think it landed last tuesday. one second it's there. then, woosh, it's gone. i swear i saw it swallow seven people. seven. i just wish one of those people could have been mrs. johnson. [dog bark] trust me, we're dealing with a higher intelligence here. ♪ the all-new audi q7 is here. ♪
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