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by undecided voters. as many as 40% of people saying they still don't know who they are going to vote for, or even which party. many as late as when they enter the booth. three-way tie a top the republican field. let's take them through it. >> we have donald trump, ted cruz, john kasich. bernie sanders doubling hillary clinton at this early hour. the numbers are minuscule. still, 17-19. dixville notch giving a boost to john kasich. >> many say we could call it right now. >> some millsfield, ted cruz has nine votes. slow down, millsfield. hillary clinton edging sanders, 2-1. in hart's location, another town
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for john kasich who made a big bet to boost his campaign. >> paying early dividends. >> for the democrats, bernie sanders 12 to hillary clinton's 7. donald trump repeating a vulgar insult about ted cruz at an event. this as the democrats turn up the heat as voters head to the polls. let's begin our primary coverage with s a ara murray in hudson, new hampshire. sara, give us the latest. >> reporter: good morning, alisyn. this polling location will open in about an hour. last night, with just a couple hours to go, the race turned pretty vicious, as all the candidates tried to land their very last a attacks. hours ahead of the first votes.
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>> [ bleep ]. >> reporter: donald trump repeated a vulgar jab. and he was relentless attack jeb bush throughout the day. >> we have to get rid of the bushes of the world. he is having a lightweight. he is having a breakdown, i think. he's an embarrassment in the family. >> reporter: after tweeting at trump, you aren't just a loser, you are a whiner and liar. >> imagine a guy like donald trump, for example, being president of the united states during very difficult times. >> now candidates are vying to win over legions of undecided voters. marco rubio trying to bounce back, repeating the same phrase four times saturday night. something chris christie is capitalizing on. >> you sit across the table from vladimir putin, you don't want to repeat the same thing four or five times over again.
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>> we know how hard it has become to instill our values to our kids. it is hard to instill the values at home or church. >> this as trump down played his lead before today's primary. >> i hear we have a lead. it doesn't matter to me. it doesn't matter to me. who the hell knows what the lead is. >> after admitting his ground game fell in iowa, his campaign has been playing catchup. on the snowy eve of the primary, donald trump made a push in his unconventional style. >> if you're going to drive like a maniac, do it tomorrow after i vote. and i promise i will come visit you in the hospital. i promise. >> reporter: now, donald trump has been running strong in the state leading up to the primary. but the race to watch might be for second place. one person to keep an eye on there is the iowa winner ted
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cruz. the granite state is not as friendly to him as iowa was. but they set up their camp here. they say they are aiming for second place but would be happy with a strong third place finish if that gives momentum heading into south carolina. we'll see where he shakes out tonight. back to you, alisyn and chris. okay, sara, you have given us a lot to work with. here is the former moderator of "meet the press" david greggry, maeve reston and senior political analyst and director of the national journal ron brownstein. ron was in the audience at last night's trump rally. let me begin with you. we used a vulgar term we can't say on morning television. >> it was a one hour distillation of the trump trap in this race were. him using that phrase was
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totally in the tenor of the however. he was really feeding the audience as much outrageousness as he could. it's a reminder one of the reasons his voters are drawing to them. they feel he will break the boundaries and do whatever they can to restore. but the rest of the electorate they say, is that a president. >> it went of great in the room. >> he really was turning up the voltage. very strong message on mexico, undocumented immigrants. it was just a reminder that he, either by inclination or calculation, he feels he has to feed the beast. it is a big piece of the electorate. no doubt i was at a rally in nashville, the biggest hesitation they have about donald trump, does he have the temperament to be president. and he fed into all the stereotypes last night.
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>> forgiveness comes in acceptance of what they say is candor. maybe what people think and feel at their best. they don't feel their best right now. even if it is tword, it is a question for you, maeve, what happened to marco rubio. what did that have on undecided voteders. what impact could that have on undecided voters? >> i talked to people the last couple of days who were considering marco rubio, now looking at other candidates. that is why we are seeing potentially a late surge for kasich. maybe not a late surge. a bigger cloud at jeb bush's events. watching rubio just get
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demolished has had a big impact. when we talk how they change their mind at the last minute. a lot of times it gets down to electability, who they can envision in the oval office. the other thing that is important to point out with trump's vulgarity, there is a huge massive number of people who will do anything to make sure he is not elected. does not have room to grow. a lot of republicans will turn out just to make sure he doesn't get in. and independents too. >> david, you have covered politics for a long time. how do you see the past 24 hours? >> it is ridiculous. it is vulgar. this discourse where you have jeb bush and donald trump going back and forth about you're a whiner, loser, you're having a breakdown. what is this? is it home room or a presidential contest.
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it doesn't do anything to advance. i don't think trump has changed any of the discourse. he is being him. he is in this alternate reality. his unfavorables are so high, about 60%. even if he wins today, from the party point of view and a lot of principles are so waiting for this to whittle down. a 10-person field is more formidable. trump in a three-person field is not so much so. they are going at him what he represents temperament alley. his lack of substance. his ads boil down to one point. it says everything that we believe in is under assault. i mean, that is very visceral attempt to say that basically barack obama's america is trying to destroy the country. it doesn't have room for you
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because we're going to this new america that leaves you out. he lacks substance in any policy proposal. this is why there is so much anxiety that no one is able to stand up to him. calling him ape loser and whiner, he can deal with that. >> the most important thing that may happen here is the thing that doesn't happen. many republicans were hoping out of iowa you would finally see the consolidation of the mainstream conservative. the odds are it is not going produce a decisive vote. >> you think more people will head out of new hampshire than we thought? >> there are three that will show up here. maybe two out of three. maybe just one out of three. once you leave here, if you're christie or kasich, you have to go where there is a lot of hard money. you have to get up on advertising in south carolina.
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>> even one out of three is an advantage for cruz and trump, who have a distinct base. marco rubio or jeb bush is not going to be the favorite. it will be cruz and trump. as long as it happens, they are the least electability will have the upper hand. donald trump turning the campaign into the latest ed sewed of a reality show. but let's not forget who whipped who in iowa. sounds like he has been eclipsed. >> he has been eclipsed. he has a small but strong constituency. again, with cruz, unlike kasich and christie, there is an apparatus going forward that could propel him going on.
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he doesn't have as much pressure on him here as some of the other candidates. >> the demographics shift back. >> they do. >> we have to remember politicians always choose the person over policy. if they have a chance to take a shot at each other they will do that after tax plans any day. coming up in our 8:00 hour, new jersey governor chris christie will join us live. remember, we have two races going on here. it appears changes may be in store for the hillary clinton campaign. why? the razor-thin victory in iowa? word is the clinton camp is not happy. we have the inside scoop in manchester. jeff, it will be opening there soon. changes in a campaign are a very precarious thing. what do you hear?
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>> no doubt about it. this polling location in the city of manchester not far from where you are opened 10 minutes or so ago. a steady trickle came in. the polling places are behind me. this is a copy of the sample democratic ballot. so many more candidates than we talked about. bernie sanders and hillary clinton of course. the margin of victory will determine how big the campaign shakeup may be. >> you look beautiful. >> it's your turn, new hampshire. >> thank you, new hampshire. >> hillary clinton and bernie sanders delivering last-minute pleas. >> this is an important milestone in this campaign. >> and 11th hour pitches. >> i'm here today to ask your support to join with us in revolution. political thank you all very much. >> the first of the nation primary will set the tone for the rest of the campaign and
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help determine just how long that will be. a strong sanders win will guarantee a long democratic race ahead. >> the eyes of the country, a lot of the world, by the way, will be right here in new hampshire. >> the clinton team bracing for a tough night and a possible campaign shakeup if things don't go well tonight. >> we're going to take stock. but it's going to be the campaign i've got. >> cnn learned much of the discontent is coming from allies of bill clinton, who believes the campaign underestimated sanders. on election eve, the former president held his tongue, or tried to. >> sometimes when i'm on a stage like this, i wish we weren't married. then i could say what i really think. >> the race hinges on the famously fickle independent voters and whether they will choose their heads or their hearts. beth riley came to a bernie sanders rally. >> i really love bernie. he says all the things we would like to have this country be so much better.
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>> but says she'll vote for clinton. >> i would love it if he could win. and i think i'm probably going to go with hillary because i think she can win. >> we met so many voters like beth riley who really were deciding in the final days who they would support, bernie sanders or hillary clinton. the clinton campaign pushing hard in the state of new hampshire trying to get more women voters over to her side. they believe if she narrows this bernie sanders lead here, she will be able to make a more compelling case going forward. talk of that is going to permeate everything at least for insiders today. never a good sign when you're only on the second stop of this wrong road to the white house. alisyn? >> jeff, we'll analyze that more coming up. thanks so much. meanwhile, a storm dumping snow over much of new hampshire as the voters head to the polls. senior washington correspondent joe johns is live in manchester, new hampshire.
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hi, joe. >> reporter: good morning, alisyn. there was snow overnight here in new hampshire. a winter weather advisory is lifting at this hour. now, quite frankly, at least in this part of new hampshire in manchester, this is not a lot of snow for new hampshire. in fact, they had much worse weather last winter. the concern is expression of the vote particularly in the morning when the temperatures are coldest here. the salt and sand trucks are out and will continue to clear the roads. the question of course another big question is which cancelled dates could be most affected by the weather here at this time. that would be candidates who are depending on voters who are less mobile or voters who are in position that they're new, not
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familiar with the process. not expecting a big problem with the weather here in new hampshire. but we will see as the day progresses. alisyn, back to you. all right, joe, thanks so much for that. stay with cnn all day because we have comprehensive coverage of the new hampshire primary results starting at 4:00 p.m. eastern. polls show bernie sanders with a commanding lead going into today's new hampshire primary. the oldest candidate in the race has perhaps the greatest energy and most young people support, especially young women. who questions, why isn't clinton doing better with young women? and is there a down side to sanders's big lead? craig: great. client: how about over tennis craig: even better. avo: a game changer! avo: the ready for you alert, only at laquinta.com.
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they laugh a at snow in new hampshire. and the voters are making their way to the polls despite nature's fury. it's just snowing. we don't think it will be that
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big an impediment. it is this. it makes me feel -- >> more powerful. >> it's a broadcasting thing. let's look at the democratic side. taking the average of major polls, senator sanders boasting a 61% lead. let's bring in david greggry, ron brownstein and maeve reston. diminished expectations. bernie is a huge underdog through most lenses. when you have a big lead, everyone looks at the result. we saw this play out in iowa. what could it mean for sanders if this is a nine, even ten-point race is and not more? >> she's successful at closing the race at all, it will show perhaps some momentum, some resonance with voters.
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you look at counties that look like other places in the state. other counties like boston where you have more white collar workers and such. see if she can get momentum there. for hillary clinton, she's up against the fact despite whatever they thought about bernie sanders, he has created some juice here. he had it in iowa. he is a guy who has become cool in this race. he has become cool in politics. he's embodying a little bit of this hope and change. he has magic on the campaign trail. she has to deal with that. it doesn't help having a campaign shake issup. she wants to show there is a big percentage of late survivors. she is hoping to surprise. that's what new hampshire does well, surprises. >> i watch how she performs among democrats. new hampshire is unusual.
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45% of the voters can be independent. that's more than anyplace else. bernie sanders won big in iowa. he will certainly win big here. he lost self-identified democrats. if she's in iowa, if she's competitive again that would signal one of the hills he has to climb over. it is hard to win a party nomination unless you can get people to vote for you. pretty much the same as john mccain in 2000. >> south carolina, nevada, all this week she has been working on her ground game here. they are airing ads, targeting some of the demographics in those states that will be come canning out well. the team is totally focused on moving ahead in those states and looking beyond new hampshire. they are hoping it won't be as embarrassing a gap tonight.
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again, i think we will all watch the demographic. particularly women. >> david, let's just talk about what you touched on. that is the campaign shakeup. there is some soul searching going on inside the clinton campaign. she clarified, no, not a shakeup. more like a reordering. let me play for you how she defined what they are going to do. >> i have no idea what they are talking about or who they're talking to. it's going to be the campaign i've got. we're going to take stock what works, what doesn't work. we're moving into a different phase of the campaign. >> i think these headlines are unhelpful. when they went through something similar in 2008. when headlines talk about the clintons are unhappy with all these people around them, the advisers. the senior strategy for barack obama, what's the only consistent element in this
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story? and that is hillary clinton and shortcomings as a campaigner, her in ability to connect and keep the electorate. i think that's the case here. look, the clintons get a lot of scrutiny and a lot of intrigue. by the way, it is not usual for campaigns to take stock and shake up a little bit. the difference between clinton today as opposed to 2008, she is prepared for a longer slog if need be. i think one of the things she's been saying to close her argument here to those young people, she says, if you're not for me, if you're for my opponent, remember i'm still for you. she's trying to look forward to a day she is not in the race. whether they love her, they will probably still be there. >> they fight. they move people around. can you point to the last successful presidential election where you had people removed and re-maysed at the top of the
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order in the presidential campaign? >> they didn't really fire. they replaced mark penn as their senior strategist. i agree with david. the common element is hillary clinton. her default is to run towards being a practicing ma activity, can take a punch. the problem is there is not a lot of lift in that when you're running against obama in '08 and sanders. there is a transform active change. her sweet spot is saying i can move things forward. i can take a punch. i can advance things incrementally. >> you can feel that electricity at his rallies that you do not feel at her rallies. yes, there are crowds. she tries to get them fired up. but it is nothing paired to the energy in the room that you see with bernie sanders. >> reagan 1980.
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john sears. it took a while. >> and that's the point. it takes ron brownstein a while to figure it out. it's not a good thing to do. so the nexus of changing who is around you and changing yourself and what your message is when you're up against your opponent. this thursday night, hillary clinton will get that change. she will face off bernie sanders in wisconsin. that will be the pbs news hour simulcast here on cnn at 9:00 eastern on thursday night. new hampshire voters now have the candidates, political futures in their hands. who will have a ticket to move on after today's primary and which candidates could bow out? we'll explore all of that. no, it's..no.. this about a boy? dad! stop, please. oh, there's tracy. what! [ horn honking ] [ tires screech ] bye dad! it brakes when you don't.
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welcome back. this is "new day". voting is under way here in new hampshire for the first in the nation's primary. and the race is on the republican side really about number two. it's really wide open. by that, close to 40% of the electorate right now saying i don't know. i don't know who i'm going to vote is for. i don't even know which party i'm going to vote for next. big variable. overnight, three towns cast their votes. one of them is dixville notch. that's john kasich and bernie sanders winning their respective parties. joining us is mr. mark preston, cnn political commentator for the daily caller matt lewis. gentlemen, good to have you.
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brother preston, i join you first. a little bit of the intrigue early on is no governor might get a ticket out of here. now there is a feeling of an expanded view. tell us why. tell us who you still think is on the bubble. >> there's no doubt after the performance marco rubio put in. he has created an opening for the center lane the governors are trying to occupy, as is marco rubio. we had the conservative lane, ted cruz. and the middle, jeb bush, john kasich and chris christie. marco rubio has been doing very well up to this point. had a strong finish of third in iowa, seemed to be pulling ahead in that lane. however, after that performance it looks like there is an opening for these governors.
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john kasich is putting in a lot of work in dixville is. you have three entire votes to win up here. but he's also been doing a lot of work. you know, working the state. quite frankly his campaign is predicated on doing well here in new hampshire. jeb bush we saw fire in his belly. he has money. those are the two you would want to look at. >> i like that your tone, preston, reflects the salinity of the occasion. you have this tone it season serious. matt, so building off what mark was just telling us, who could still be on the bubble? who are we not talking about? carly fiorina, dr. carson. is there vulnerability there?
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what's the calculus. >> donald trump wins pretty easily. carly fiorina and dr. carson are nonfactors. there is a jungle in second, third, fourth spot. marco rubio had this opportunity to come in a strong second, close out the establishment lane. now it is not clear that's going to happen. i think john kasich could have a very strong night. i think jeb bush could surprise people. >> what would be the highest expectation? >> if he comes in second place. here's the thing, new hampshire could have been a clarifying moment. this could have been a three-man race with trump, cruz, rubio. now we have come out of this with four or five people. >> does carson stay in? >> if they stay in, it is because they want to keep their name in the mix.
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in terms of being viable, relevant, they should get out. >> david greggry sent me an interesting quote from chris christie where he said in new hampshire the lights shine bright. and either you shine when the big lights are on you or you melt. is that a fair metaphor for examining what happened to rubio here? to david greggry's point, is that the same test for him? >> what we do is we take these moments in time and define people by them and think that definition is going to continue to last. marco rubio will very likely get over this problem he had in new hampshire. he does have a lot of support. what he needs to do is he needs to turn it around and be more forceful. on the campaign trail yesterday, he would not back down from his criticism of barack obama. and he tried to turn it on the media. he tried to put it on us. marco rubio was going down to
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south carolina. let's not forget they could face off march 15th in the florida primary. that would be an amazing epic battle, something we have been looking for over the past year. to matt's point as well, when you look at someone like chris christie, he could come can out. he needs money. he doesn't have as much money as the other candidates at this point. >> no matter what happens here, matt lewis, does anybody really take away rubio's position as the alternative to cruz and trump? >> in the long run, probably not. it ends up meaning donald trump or cruz wins. what needs to happen if you're marco rubio or the establishment center lane, whatever you want to call it, you need to coalesce around somebody. i think marco rubio is the most talented person in the pack. he has the best chance to run a national election. but most likely now because of that bad debate, it is not going to be a clarifying moment.
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we're going to go to south carolina. it's going to be unclear who the guy is. >> you haven't even started talking about the issues of the people in the center of the gop, whether it's abortion, global warming. we are staying on the right side of the party. thank you very much. appreciate it as always. brother preston, thank you for being in the heartland. appreciate it. the places have already voted after midnight. stay with us all day and night. nobody has this covered the way cnn can. the first in the nation started the tabulation 4:00 p.m. eastern. hillary clinton definitely having trouble connecting with young women. what is it about clinton not making a connection with this
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13 minutes to the hour here. president obama delivering his eighth and final budget proposal
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today. it includes transportation projects, money for cancer projects. hackers making good to publish information on fbi employees tweet from at.gov. it comes a day after data on 10,000 workers from the department of homeland security were supposedly shared. the justice department says it is investigating. a spokesman said there is no apparent sign that private information were, posed. chris and alisyn, we have been obsessing about who has been climbing the polls for weeks. but i have to show you something. a little panda bear climbing in a tree stealing my heart and america's hours except for chris. this is bei bei climbing the tree for the first time at
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smithsonian national zoo. at one point he gets stuck and mom has to jump into the action and kind of give a boost there. but look at him. i thought you would appreciate that, alisyn. >> they are just giant stuffed animals. chris sees them as ferocious. >> further up that tree is a scared zoo keeper who is about to be mangled and eaten by animals hundreds of pounds apiece. eat your face hashtag. >> thank you, michaela. that is the best video of the day. hillary clinton bringing out big names to help her connect with young women. but did it backfire? our panel of young female voters
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place in hell for women who don't help each other. >> well, those comments rubbing some young women the wrong way. so let's talk about it with our group of young women voters. we have crystal, gabrielle graves and rebecca rand is still undecided. ladies, great to have you here with us this morning at waterworks cafe. rebecca, before we get to what some of the women have been saying for hillary clinton, you're still undecided? you have 12 hours left. i know you have a built of a loophole. so what is it? >> i am a student in manchester. this is my first time voting. i am still very undecided. i think i have an advantage because i am from maine. our primary is not until the 6th. >> so you don't have just 12 hours. >> yes. >> you could go back to maine.
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but which way are you leaning? >> it's exciting. everything is happening right here at new hampshire, all taking place a at my school. maybe if i wanted to get out today and if i make up my mind by this afternoon i'll get out there. >> crystal, let's talk about is some of the things you heard from gloria steinem and madeline albright. were you offended when she said there is a special place in hell for women who don't help women? >> no. i saw gloria steinem in portsmouth. she said she wasn't there because she was against bernie sanders. and you don't have to be against someone just because you're for someone else. >> madeline albright has been saying this for a long time.
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i used to interpret it that it meant older women needed to help younger women. but now in this election it means younger women like you all all need to help the older women like hillary clinton who has tried to be a gail glazer. how do you interpret it, gabrielle? >> i do believe women should help women. but i don't think there was a time to say that. i think women should make up their own minds whether they want to support hillary clinton. it should be her principles, morals, values as opposed to her being a oman. there is a special place in women who don't support other women, but that wasn't the time to say that. >> many more young women are leaning towards bernie sanders than hillary clinton. this is the latest poll. look at these margins.
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87% of women in your age group 18-34 years old are leaning towards sanders. whereas 9% are toward hillary clinton. rebecca, do you have a sense why women are more enthusiastic with bernie sanders? >> i think it all goes back to girls chase boys things. i think a lot of females semen as being powerful. i think that has been a thing over the past years. unfortunately, that's the way it is. >> so you do see sexism here? >> yeah. you think women semen as more authoritative. >> that's not necessarily agree with it. i think that's the way it is in our country. there is more at stake having more men -- more men are going for bernie therefore men are following him. >> crystal, you support hillary.
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so what do those women not understand. >> i think if you're looking at the age demographics, secretary clinton is leading a lot more with people over 35. and i don't see people saying, why is bernie not resonating with older men? but she is held to the standard. >> don't you think it is a phenomenon that more young people are mored interested in a 74-year-old man. >> that's not my view. i don't know why they are. there is a different of supporting them because of their passion of supporting people who don't have a voice. hike women's rights. girls's access to education. reproductive health care. those are issues that i feel really strongly about and she supports those. it is not her gender but what she has done to give us a voice. >> what do you think?
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still young women semen as more authoritative. >> i don't think that plays a role primarily in why bernie sanders has the majority of a young woman's vote. they have the ability to make up their own minds and be independent. i don't think it has anything to do with. i think where all the boys are that's where all the girls are going to flock. that's not giving women enough credit to think for themselves. >> you are here with us this morning. it's going to be a fascinating day. panel, thank you. we're following a lot of news this morning, so let's get right to it. jeb is having some kind of breakdown, i think. look, he is an embarrassment to his family. >> i'm denieding the honor of people i respect. >> i'm a warrior. >> [ bleep ]. >> marco had a tough night.
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there's no doubt about that. i'm ready for the job. senator rubio is not. >> there is a reason why they attack me more than anyone else. >> it is not just who else but whether the people of new hampshire are ready to lead this country. >> i hope i can close the deal between now and the time the polls close. >> this is "new day" with chris cuomo, alisyn camerota and michaela pereira. sunrise here in new hampshire. we want to welcome our viewers is in the united states and around the world. this is "new day". michaela is in new york. chris and i are here at the waterworks cafe in new hampshire. polls are open for the nation's first primary. overnight three towns already casting a handful of ballots. and the totals right now, it is
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a three-way tie a top the republican field among donald trump, ted cruz, and john kasich, all with nine votes. bernie sanders nearly doubling hillary clinton at this hour. now, these first three towns have been 99% in determining the outcome of races in new hampshire. that's not even close to true. it's such a beautiful part of the ritual that starts here. just after midnight they start going after it. what have we seen in the state of play. nothing good. especially in the last few days leading up to this. specifically the back and forth between donald trump and really just about anybody. but right now ted cruz. so let's give you the state of play and how it is feeding in to what happens on this all important day. cnn has it covered like only we can. hudson, new hampshire at a polling station is sara murray. >> reporter: good morning,
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chris. the doors opened just a couple minutes ago. even though it's cold out there, it's a little bit slick out there, people were lined up ready to cast their first ballots this morning. as you mentioned, things have been getting rough and tumble on the campaign trail. every republican is trying to land one last punch winning over the independent and undecided new hampshire voters. hours ahead of the first votes, name-calling in the gop reached a fever pitch. she said he's a [ bleep ]. >> reporter: donald trump repeated a vote isser's vulgar jab. and he was relentless in attacking jeb bush throughout the day. >> we have to get rid of the
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bushes of the world. he is having a lightweight. he is having a breakdown, i think. he's an embarrassment in the family. >> reporter: after tweeting at trump, you aren't just a loser, you are a whiner and liar. >> imagine a guy like donald trump, for example, being president of the united states during very difficult times. >> now candidates are vying to win over legions of undecided voters. marco rubio trying to bounce back, repeating the same phrase four times saturday night. something chris christie is capitalizing on. >> you sit across the table from vladimir putin, you don't want to repeat the same thing four or five times over again. >> reporter: but awkwardly rubio repeated himself again during a stump speech. >> we know how hard it has become to instill our values to our kids. instead of the values they try to ram down their throats. it is hard to instill the values at home or church. instead of the values they try to ram down our throats. >> reporter: this as trump downplayed his lead before today's primary. >> i hear we have a lead. it doesn't matter to me.
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it doesn't matter to me. who the hell knows what the lead is. >> reporter: after admitting his ground game fell in iowa, his campaign has been playing catchup. on the snowy eve of the primary, donald trump made a push in his unconventional style. >> if you're going to drive like a maniac, do it tomorrow after you vote. and i promise i will come visit you in the hospital. i promise. >> reporter: now, donald trump has been running strong in the state leading up to the primary. but the race to watch might be for second place on the republican side. one person to keep an eye on is john kasich. he could have is a better than expected night. we will know in just a couple hours. back to you, alisyn. sara, it's just amazing to look behind you. it's 7:04 this morning. already there is a huge crowd at that polling station. so thanks so much for showing us that. meanwhile, hillary clinton has been working hard to close the gap between her and bernie
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sanders here in new hampshire. there's a lot of speculation about potential changes in the clinton campaign moving forward. jeff zeleny is with the democrats in manchester. how is it looking there, jeff? not as crowded. >> reporter: good morning, alisyn. any campaign shakeup, any discussion of that will be determined on the results of new hampshire. the clinton campaigns believes they are running from behind here. they are not giving up. she will be campaigning in manchester, four stops today. it is a little bit of empty right now. but, boy, there was a burst this morning at 6:00 in the morning. can bernie sanders beat hillary clinton here in new hampshire? >> you look beautiful. >> reporter: it's your turn, new hampshire. >> thank you, new hampshire. >> reporter: hillary clinton and bernie sanders delivering last-minute pleas.
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>> this is an important milestone in this campaign. stkpwhrr >> reporter: and 11th hour pitches. >> i'm here today to ask your support to join with us in making that political revolution. thank you all very much. >> the first of the nation primary will set the tone for the rest of the campaign and help determine just how long that will be. a strong sanders win will guarantee a long democratic race ahead. >> the eyes of the country, a lot of the world, by the way, will be right here in new hampshire. >> the clinton team bracing for a tough night and a possible campaign shakeup if things don't go well tonight. >> we're going to take stock. but it's going to be the campaign i've got. >> cnn learned much of the discontent is coming from allies of bill clinton, who believes the campaign underestimated sanders. on election eve, the former president held his tongue, or tried to. >> sometimes when i'm on a stage like this, i wish we weren't married. then i could say what i really think. >> the race hinges on the famously fickle independent
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voters and whether they will choose their heads or their hearts. beth riley came to a bernie sanders rally. >> i really love bernie. he says all the things we would like to have this country be so much better. >> but says she'll vote for clinton. >> i would love it if he could win. and i think i'm probably going to go with hillary because i think she can win. 30% are independent. they walk in and grab either ballot. you can ask for a democratic ballot or republican ballot. you can switch back to being undeclared. that's why they were so important. they hold such a key to the election. on both sides, the democratic race and the republican race. chris and alisyn. >> jeff, thank you very much. let's bring in our panel to discuss the implications and the
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happenings. ryan liz swra, maeve reston and paul stein hauser, political director for new hampshire one and political editor. ryan, what we are hearing about the shakeup in the campaign, overblown. she said they're just taking stock. >> she had eight years to prepare for this race. eight years to figure out how to win iowa after her crushing defeat against iowa. new hampshire is a state that has been pretty good to the clintons. bill clinton came in second. she came back from a nine-point deficit in the polls to win new hampshire in 2008. and they are getting clobbered by a 74-year-old socialist who wasn't even a democrat until this year. >> sounds like you're not
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#feelingthebern. >> there's always 37% who will appeal to what sanders is marketing. fund-raising, endorsements, dominance in the polls. you have to she she has underperformed. >> and yet there can be many surprises in new hampshire just as there were -- as she has proven before and as iowa showed. the polls are not always right. how many people consider themselves undecided or undeclared? 46% for the republicans. 47% for the democrats. >> remember, just give a little more context.
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this is just asking them which party are you picking not which candidate. you have another layer of doubt once you look into that category. four, four and a half people say i'm looking gop or democrat. >> a lot of these undeclareds are leaners toward the party. but this is such a fun race. if you had a card like that to play, would you decide to vote in the republican primary? maybe take out donald trump or go over and try to give bernie sanders some momentum. it has been fascinating at john kasich's events to see the number of undeclareds who are showing up. there are a lot of democrats who like him. >> the poll, the coveted donald trump interview. >> no more though. that's the last one. >> why? did something go awry.
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>> the primary is over. he doesn't need me anymore. >> what did you pick up from him in terms of his vibe? >> he was sedate i asked point-blank, do you have to win new hampshire? you didn't win iowa. do you have to win new hampshire to carry on? he said, no, i don't believe that. i think he has to win and he has to win by double digits. he said cruz took the votes from carson. still going after him on that one. he's been the favorite here. way up in the polls. back to july. he has a bigger machine than here in iowa. he has been working a lot harder. his campaign has been working hard here. >> or so they say. but we don't know. >> maeve reston. >> what are you suggesting? >> i just toefl like it's been very difficult to get a good sense of donald trump's ground game. particularly when you talk to voters. you're asking, how often are you
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getting phone calls? do you know when they voted in the past. i know the campaign is putting out talking points about voters contacts. but it's still open whether he knows how to run a campaign here in a state like this where it matters. a month ago, the guys campaigned. there were party planners, event planners. a month ago they said we're done with that. the national advance guys are doing that. we have to get out the vote efforts. they moved over that to a month ago. we'll see if it worked. >> a couple of late breaking things happened that could end up being factors in the race. hillary clinton, the possible shakeup or reshuffling of her campaign. michael bloomberg also confirmed
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the rumors, yes, he is considering getting in the race. what does that do to this? >> i don't think it has an impact here in new hampshire and people going to the polls today. but if you are going to have a race with, say, bernie sanders as the democratic nominee, which most of us think is unlikely. with that scenario, i don't see where the opening is. third parties succeed when they address an issue that the two main parties aren't addressing. ross perot was talking about the deficit and trade in a way republicans and democrats weren't. he had a market for those views. if it's hillary clinton, i think bloomberg is much too close to offer a real third alternative and what he will wiped up doing
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is splitting the vote. with sanders, there's a middle where he does have a difference between the two main candidates. >> she would have to be so much weaker for there to be a real opening for him. >> when you have 40%, 45% who don't know who they are voting for, you don't know what the outcome will be. there are at least six different combinations who could come in second and third here that are as plausible as any of them. >> that's what's so exciting. i have to go vote later today. and i also have is to snow-blow the driveway. >> thanks very much for being here with us. >> you. >> tony: what's going to happen. it will be changing throughout the day. what to do, what to do? you stay with cnn.
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on the eve of the new hampshire primary, donald trump took his controversial rhetoric to a new level, repeating a vulgar term to insult ted cruz.
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take a listen. >> she just said a terrible thing. you know what she said? shout it out because i don't want to -- okay. you're not allowed to say, and i never expect to hear that from you again. i never expect to hear that from you again. she said he's -- [ bleep ]. her. >> with us this morning to talk about it and respond, senior communications adviser for ted cruz, alice stew wart. and national spokesperson for the trump campaign, qkatrina pierson. we can't say what it is on tv. >> i don't think it's news that donald trump is not correct. he repeated what the person
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said. when he is out with his supporters, he is talking with him like he is at a friend's house. >> no surprise we have a reality tv star running for president. there are certain words and phrases that are not suitable for running for president. the fact of the matter is that ted cruz beat him and all the other candidates in the iowa caucus. is it a distraction, i don't know? that language and rhetoric, there is no place in presidential politics. that's one place ted cruz has been very focused on, not insulting other candidates, not using language not suitable for children. he instead is going out giving a positive message it is about giving the voters an opportunity to vote for a consistent conservative. not a deal maker, not a
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washington insider. not someone who will good along to get along with the washington cartel. >> alisyn, let me say this. when we look at the founding fathers, they said far worse things. this is not anything new. this is politics. one of the things appealing to mr. trump, he is breaking that political correct mold. we don't want somebody who will be politically correct. >> isn't there a difference between political correctness and vulgarity. >> it is free speech. is and this is the live free or die state. mr. trump is exercising his free speech. it was in fun. you heard the stadium roar, all started changing. >> one thing that's fantastic about going to a cruz event, hundreds of people, mothers and
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fathers bringing small children out there, two, three, four children. they like to come out and visit with ted. he will shake every hand, take pictures, sign autographs. he will give them a positive message. if i was a mother, i would be appalled. you will never hear something like that out of ted cruz. there are children listening to the presidential process. >> sure. >> the first amendment is designed just for that. you should be able to express yourself the way you see fit. >> you're right in the normal political sphere that is something that would be offensive. nancy pelosi are calling people nazis and arsonists. i want someone that's not going to be afraid to say what he thinks and feels. >> what are donald trump's
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boundaries? what are his lines? would he use profanity like that referring to women? he has gotten in trouble a bit that he has used some inappropriate terms. what about world leaders and on the world stage? is this what could be expected? >> that's what i'm saying. this is not news that mr. trump is not politically trump. he didn't say this. he just repeated it so others could here. it was not his word choice? he had the option of not going to it. he said i'm not saying it but listen to what this person just said. isn't that a little bit of wimpy, to choose a choice word, to not own it. >> he is engaging with his supporters. when he is on the trail, he treats them like friends. he doesn't have a scripted speech. he goes out and engages with his
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voters. >> they were shouting about ted cruz's position on waterboarding, which she felt didn't go as far as donald trump. she used that term, which basically means wimpy but in a more profane way. >> she is certainly entitled to her opinion. in terms of where he stands on positions, he laid out his position on that at the debate. another point he made at the debate was on north korea. and breaking news about north korea testing missiles right before the debate. he was able to talk about the historical perspective of what that means. in terms of what he plans to do with foreign policy, he has been able to articulate that to the voteers. that connects with the people of iowa. >> alisyn, what about ka tri
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na's point of view. it is free speech. that's what voters are responding to. it does seem to be working. do you think voters will turn away because he speaks like this, or will they embrace him? >> he is number one in the polls here. right now it is about turnout and who can get the voters out in the polls today. as i said, it is not a phrase you will hear from ted cruz and probably a lot of other candidates. we'll see. right now donald trump is doing well in the polls. others are. we're looking forward to getting the votes out and doing well here. we are looking forward to heading to south carolina and the sec primary states. >> last word, what do you think is going to happen here today? make a prediction? >> i agree donald trump is doing well. this is the live free or tie state. it is perfectly suited for a
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candidate like donald trump. >> an exciting day here. thank you so much for being here. coming up in the 8:00 hour, new jersey governor chris christie will join us live. stick around for that. also, hillary clinton's team is preparing for a loss in today's new hampshire primary. but could changes be on on the way for her campaign? a top clinton surrogate joins us next to discuss all of this. to . there's only so much enamel on a tooth, and everybody needs to do something about it now if they want to preserve their teeth. i recommend pronamel because it helps strengthen the tooth and makes it more resistant to acid breakdown. we want to be healthy and strong through the course of our life, and by using pronamel every day, just simply using it as your toothpaste, you know you will have that peace of mind.
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hold on a second. i'm trying to get my microphone right. they are almost impossible to put on. what you are seeing now is democracy in action. voting under way in parts of new hampshire. the candidates trying to make their last pitches to voters. young women a key voting group this time around.
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and also happens to be a group that hillary clinton is not winning over in significant numbers. why? let's get expert perspective jennifer granholm senior adviser for correct the record. and democratic governor of michigan. governor, always a pleasure. >> great to be on. thanks, chris. >> what's your problem with young women? >> i'm probably not the expert to be able to talk to you about it. here in new hampshire young women and older women have put women in power. every single major leadership is occupied by a woman. so maybe there is a feeling not as relevant as women in other states. okay. men have held office 227 years. >> that's straight gender play? >> no, not at all. you're asking why young women are not supporting older women. >> you think it is a young/old
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thing. >> i think there is a general racial thing. >> but why are they for bernie? >> bernie is talking about revolution. i'm sure they like his policies. but what i want to say to these young women, in a dangerous world, you need a commander in chief with deep knowledge of the globe. two, you want someone who can get the policies through that you want. so when we talk about lower college costs, reducing student loans, pre-k, she has concrete plans she can get through a divided congress. >> how do you think that? >> because her plans have very, very specific. she's not talking -- let's just take the health care thing. no matter who is elected, you're still going to have paul ryan as the speaker of the house. the republicans will still control the house. so all the stuff that the -- the more revolutionary the policy is
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on the democratic side, the less likely it is to go through that. >> is that another word for settling? >> no, it's not settling. it's saying i know how to get things through. i have achieved -- my record shows i can get things through in a bipartisan way. if you care about health care, let's build on barack obama's care. >> nobody motivates the hostility of the gop the way hillary clinton does in this field. how would she overcome that in office? >> let's compare the hostility. you know what they would do to bernie sanders. it hasn't happened in a democratic primary because nobody wants to go there. >> we speculate that we know. they had that hearing. >> that's the plus too. you know everything about her. and she knows how to get things done when she's in.
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so the combination on of -- she's already been vetted 80 million times. and there's one other argument that i think young, old alike care about, which is the supreme court. four justices that will be 78 or older the next election day. the president will mark jurisprudence from here through the rest of natural lives. if you want to risk, gamble with putting a republican in, you don't want -- you want to support the person who is most likely to win. >> this weird contraption on my face allows me to read minds. i'm going to ask you are you surprised by how much energy bernie sanders around him. you would say no. i thought it would be close. and i will say, oh, come on, governor. for him to have this much energy around him, these crowds, record-setting contributions, this isn't just a demonstration of the third, third, third.
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a theory that in every party a third plays to one poll, a third is in the middle, and a third to the opposite. he has struck a cord that hillary clinton has yet to figure out how to match. what do you think the remedy is to be successful? >> i do think he has struck a chord. especially with young people. and the hope that this country can respond to the biggest issues like income in equality. job loss in america, good-paying jobs for them. for me what's exciting about her, what is idealistic about her, yet with your eyes open i heard somebody say, she's an idealist with her eyes open. >> meaning what? >> she is an idealist who can make progress. and he is totally great. he's a great idealist. but the ideas that he is espousing cannot get through this congress. so i want to make progress. >> but inherently -- look, you
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were a great campaigner. you were very strong at capturing the imagination of the voters, the potential, what we can be. all of that signature language. something inherently neutral to negative of this can't happen. i can get things done. people want to aspire. they want big ideas and dreams. >> here's the thing. i mean, he has been a service to the democratic party by opening up this conversation in a way it hasn't been opened up in the past. so the stuff that she has put on the table are things people do aspire sure. health care, making sure we have pre-k education for all of our kids. making sure we as a nation can care about one another. when she was asked at the town hall about herself, when she opens up and says, you know, we are all in this together, we're all part of the greater family, when she went to flint, that's what she was demonstrating.
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presidential steps. because flint represents all of the people who are invisible, right? who have been disinvested in. that action plus aspiration is really what she's about. >> governor granholm, always a pleasure. almost broke my hand. are you upset at me? >> i am! >> you heard the governor there. both teams are bringing everything they have. it all begins today. the new hampshire primary, the first in the nation on the democratic side, you have two choices, period. on the gop side, you have a very big field still. will that change after today? we discuss. ♪ (stranger) good mornin'! ♪ (store p.a.) attention shoppers, there's a lost couple in the men's department.
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a look at your headlines. the death toll climbing now to nine in the deadly train crash in germany. two commuter trains colliding head on south of munich. officials say up to 150 people have been injured. according to the train company, the impact left train carriages fused together and partly derailed. right now what caused that crash is unclear. meanwhile, police and protesters clashing in hong kong over unlicense food stalls set up for lunar new year celebrations. bricks tossed, fires ignited. police fired warning shots. more than 50 people have been arrested. tonight's scheduled fireworks display is, though, still a go.
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back here closer to home, 30 people were injured when this charter bus flipped onto its side in connecticut. the bus was driving through a snowstorm from new york to mohegan sun casino when it spun out of control east of new haven. the bus company thanked first responders and praying for the injured passengers's recovery. alisyn and chris, did you have a little breakfast? are you ready to go? >> oh, yes. waterworks cafe has been very good to us. >> yummy, yummy. >> don't expect the same kind of treatment back here, okay? >> i know. darn it. all right. we'll see you in a minute. voteers hitting the polls here in new hampshire already. donald trump leading in the polls for republicans. but of course polls can be wrong. so let's bring in now former moderator of "meet the press"
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david gregory. in new hampshire it is very hard to predict. >> we have 40% of voters who don't have a decision yet, so they are undecided or uncommitted at this point. the other piece is this whole ground game idea. i was talk to go a party official who say look at trump's numbers in the polls. the number isn't as good. maybe they have better operations, the numbers come up a bit. the volatility on this day is principle among them. >> when we talk to people in new hampshire, like a lot around the country, they ever upset, dissatisfied. they feel they are not being offered solutions. donald trump is resonating on one level. but you had pointed out earlier, there is a cost to this tough
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talk back and forth. they are not really out there with plans, with positive messages and solutions that people are point to go. do you think that's a big reason for the nature of the function of undecided? >> well, some of this is just the sheer independence of new hampshire voters. that is such a big part of the culture and part of the history. i think that -- especially on the republican side but on the democratic side too. this is a race that's much more about a feeling. you know, about a sentiment. conservatism is certainly that way. we don't pay as much attention to substance. on the republican side, whether trump, cruz, or rubio. the whole business about rubio talking about how obama chants to change america, it is speaking to the silent majority who feel the system is rigged against them saying everything that you believe in has abandoned you. they are working -- the country is working against everything you believe this. they are changing and we're
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going to fix that for you. >> why is he running against barack obama rather than hillary clinton. was that working for marco rubio until the debate? >> well, i think everybody runs against the guy who is there. because i think what they are saying to voters, what is it we want to change about the guy who is there. i'm going to tell you. this is why you will vote for me. i think he is trying to plug into something bigger. there are obama haters who are republicans. he wants to get them out to vote. and to vote for him. he really wants to touch that vote and get some enthusiasm. with rubio, it is significant and why it is so important for him. he had a moment come canning out of iowa. the bigger moment in that debate. he fumbled the ball in that debate. he didn't consolidate the race. he didn't put anyone away. he had a robotic performance. didn't have a horrible debate overall, but that's what the narrative has been. if there is one governor who
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comes out, kasich and bush, let's say, where does marco rubio win? when does the winning start. in the modern era, nobody has won the gop nomination without winning either iowa or new hampshire. so there is a lot of potential benefit, as chris christie comes in behind us, to cruz and to trump if rubio still has to deal with christie and kasich. >> speaking of why he had a tough night at the debate. >> i'm not sure that hemmed christie. he hurt rubio, but did he help himself? we're not seeing that. he has to put up or shut up in the results tonight. >> give us a quote that comes out of christie's mouth. he said, look, when the lights shine pwraoeurbgts you either melt or you shine. he was saying under pressure marco rubio couldn't step up and do the job. he didn't deliver under pressure. the same could be said of governor christie. he has been living up here.
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his record of being tough in an tphpld-minded place. he's got to show something here. if he is going to have the money. >> governor sinunu. >> there might be four, five. >> i don't know that there's that. i don't think so. if rubio is second here, i think there's at least one governor that comes out of here, right? is it bush? is it kasich? is it christie? there could be more than one. christie said yesterday in the "new york times", i'll be in south carolina. >> yeah. >> so i think maybe you're right. and by the way, the party is really unhappy about that.
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>> the race for new hampshire is still anyone's game of course. voting has just begun.
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the latest cnn wmur poll out of new hampshire shows 31% of republican voters still yet to pick their candidate. how can this be? here is john sununu. welcome. >> good to be here. >> what's going on in new hampshire? >> you have to understand what they mean by undecided. they probably have two candidates, maybe three in mind and they want to cast a strategic vote. they know they have an important impact on who can be the next president. and they want to cast a vote to help nominate someone who can beat hillary clinton and do the job when they get there. >> what are they waiting for? >> they are trying to get a sense of it's sort of a good crowd mentality, who can we coalesce around to give the republican party a good nominee.
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>> there seem to be different lanes or category os candidates. there are the senators. marco rubio and ted cruz, the governors, kasich, christie, jeb obviously. and then there is the one h -man lane of donald trump. >> donald trump has had leads as high as 25 or 30 points up here. so he's got win very big. even if he wins by single digits they are going to say he's lost a lot of support and the press is going to say he's a loser. >> are you sure those not wishful thinking on your part? >> i know you guys. you guys will look for any little thing to get a story like that. then there will be a clustering in second place i think. and the important thing is who comes in first of the second place cluster. and i suspect you are going to have a couple of the governors there. maybe all three of the governors there and maybe rubio.
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but i think senator rubio has really been clobbered since the debate the other night. and so i think coming out of new hampshire there might be as many as four or even five tickets going into south carolina. >> that is interesting. because isn't the conventional wisdom usually that there are two tickets out of new hampshire. >> it's usually two tickets out of four or five credible candidates now i think it is going to be a larger number out of a gaggle that is much larger than usual. >> i saw you chatting up christie back there. what's were you two talking about be you know governors and former governors have secret handshakes. >> there seem to be some kind of mind meld happening. donald trump last night used a vulgar term.
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he repeated something that an audience member has said and truly of the -- no he's done worse in that. i was at the fast food restaurant in exeter town hall and they were talking about how vulgar trump was in the thing. and i was surprised. >> we always hear campaigns are filled with mud slinging. this is nothing new. do you think the rhetoric this year is different than anything you have heard before. >> i think trump has made it that way. i think he's brought a vulgarity to it that has disappointed a lot of people. and personal attacks of aed a homonym nature. and i think it's a very
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different campaign this year than i've ever seen. >> there are thesed a homonym attacks and feeling as though jeb bush is feeling as he must respond in kind. donald trump has called him all sorts of names. and then jeb bush tweeted yesterday, trump, you aren't just a loser, you are a liar and a whiner. is this the right way to go after trump? >> i think the best way to the point out where he has been a loser on all of his businesses that have gone bankrupt and all the ones that have gone out of business. so if jeb wants to focus on that i think he ought to gave little definition to the specifics. >> you haven't endorsed anyone yet. >> no. >> what are you waiting for? >> i want to stay able to move my vote around strategically. and on top of that i really want to comment on this campaign as
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an old, cranky old man rather than someone who's endorsed someone. so i want to stay neutral. >> i'd like to say that no, of course you are not cantankerous government but some of our segments are proved otherwise. [ laughter ] you have a favorite but you are not going to publicly talk about who you think should win. >> actually i have a collection of favorites. i really am partial to the governors. i really do think that office needs the experience of having moved a legislature. i think the country is in enough trouble now significant trup u trouble after seven years that it needs the governor. and we'll see what happens. >> we always love having you on the show. cranky or not. you're wonderful. we're following a lot of news. including a live sbrv with governor christie. so let's get right to it.
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>> sitting across the table from vladimir putin you don't want to say the same thing four or five
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times over again. >> we know how it's become. it's become harder than ever to instill in your children the values they teach in our homes than in our church instead of the values they try to ram down our throats. >> final polls before the primary. >> i hear we have a lead. it doesn't matter to me. it doesn't matter to me. who the hell knows what the lead is. >> after admitting his game fell behind in iowa his campaign has been playing catch up. >> if you are going to drive like a makeiak, do it form after you vote. and i promise i will come and visit you in the hospital. i promise. >> new hampshire is known for its late breaking undecided voters and in particular its independent voters and you are
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going to see candidates continuing to hit the campaign trail everyone is keeping busy trying to persuade just one more voter before the polls close tonight. back to you, chris. >> sarah, thank you very much. usually we are saying that it is donald trump that is moving the needle in this gop race. not today. it is new jersey governor and presidential candidate chris christie and he joins us now. it was all about saturday for you and for what you did to senator marco rubio. going into that debate were you planning to do that? >> yes. and i've been talking about it all week. we someone who's prepared to be president of the united states. someone tested and someone ready to get on the stage with hillary clinton. and i i feel like the american people needed to see that he wasn't ready.
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and i think they saw that i was and he wasn't. >> let me show you you do right now to refresh your recollection of what happened on saturday night. let's play it. >> let's dispel with this fiction that barack obama doesn't know what he's doing. he knows exactly what he's doing. >> that is what washington d.c. does. the drive by with incorrect incomplete information and the 20 second memorized speech that is exactly what his advisors gave him. >> -- >> there it is. the 20 second memorized speech. >> what was going on on that stage? >> senator rubio was being who he is. which is a programmed, superficial candidate. and i was being who i was. someone who's withbeen a federa prosecutor. someone who's been the governor of a big tough state to
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governor. and based on what you saw just saw senator rubio is not. >> what was the look? what were you trying to communicate. >> >> i was tn't trying to communicate anything with a look. i was trying to communicate with my words and i was trying to talk to the people in the audience. listen he's a nice guy. i like marco rubio. he's a nice guy. he may have a greet future. his future is just not now. our country is too messed up to put somebody in there like him. >> this is an important distinction for you. we were talking about it before you came on. don't liken me to donald trump. don't say this was an insult. don't say i was trying to denigrate him as the man. you say that is not what you were doing. what were you doing? >> i was trying to put a spotlight on our different experiences and it that matters. that it is not just a resume. it is what you can execute on. can you prm in the moment. perform in the moment. in september and october the lights are going to be very very bright. and when you are under those bright lights you either shine or you melt.
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he didn't perform and i did. and i'll perform against hillary clinton. and when you put me in the oval office i'll perform as president of the united states. >> and all it was was a little bit of an off debate. it is not like a window into his sousmt you say think again. >> it is tuesday and you are still playing it and we're still talking about it and he's still doing the same thing last night repeating things over and over again. the fact is we don't need a candidate who has to memorize thingsful. we need a candidate who feels things. and i've opened my heart to the people of this state and they have opened their hearts to me. and that is what i'll do. >> the risk, on the plus side. you go at him. you make him look week. on the minus side you look like a hyperaggressive bully. some people, hey did this work for christie or was this murder suicide? >> no and in you look at the
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tape that wasn't hyperaggressive. you have seen me hyperaggressive. >> you are a legitimately tough guy. some people like that some don't. >> i'm not going to be everybody's cup of tea. and i don't need to be. but the point is that was on the facts. it wasn't like the attacks with donald trump and jeb bush where they are dacalling each other names and saying awful things personally. i was saying stop memorizing things. stop being a programmed politician. and stop making people that that is the way we need to lead. we don't need to lead that way. we need to lead from the heart and the mind. we need to be tough. we need to be tough against the russians. we need to be tough against the iranians. and we need to be tough against the poor economy and before that happens we need to be tough on the stage against hillary clinton. >> what has to happen to change it. >> i don't know chris.
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i'm going south carolina tomorrow morning. i don't have esp and i don't know what's going to happen tonight. i feel like the trend is in the right direction and then we're going to get right back in and fight in south carolina. >> do you believe saturday night changed the race? >> fundamentally changed the race. you know the chattering class was on their way to anointing senator rubio as the guy. that is not happening anymore. now they are saying what's going to happen and the thing is all up in the air. >> what kneads to happen for you to move up in the polls and become one of the main factors? you are having a moment right now. how do you make it a permanent position? >> i think i have to do well here. get the attention that comes from doing well here. and then when that greater attention comes to execute. to show people who i am, what my preparation as a prosecutor and a governor gives me to be prepared to be president of the eyes. a -- of the united states. and i have to convince them that
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i can be trusted. >> when you think about why they were looking at rubio that way what have you taken from the analysis of why they see him as somebody who could colalesce th a middle part your party. >> -- >> well they were doing it before them. >> not as much. he was part of our jumble and then he did better than expected in iowa and i think that makes a big difference. each one of these elections makes a big differences. so we intend to change the narrative tonight. >> how is your pocket? >> it is not as full it ises after a couple of weeks ago. i spent a lot of money to get to where we need to go. but we'll be just fine. >> i think our biggest problem listen to make sure the server doesn't crash. >> how define well? top five? >> a race of nine people, yeah. >> you take a lot of shots at the media.
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right wrong, we'll talk about that another time. >> okay. >> numbers matter. and it starts to become carson and fiorina land where you are not going to get the same attention. >> i think we could be anywhere from sixth to second tonight. >> you say the poll of polls. you don't buy it. >> much different story and i trust them a lot more. >> the vulgarity going back and forth. what do you think is motivating it? and why is it working so well? when you get jeb bush to start trading nasty words with somebody, that says something about the state of play. is his persuasion that dominate right now? do you have to take it to that level? >> i don't think you have to and i haven't. there will be a time and place to engage with mr. trump. it is just not yet. and the fact is that for him that is who he is.
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you know donald, i know donald. that is who he and i think that is why it works for him because people see that as genuinely that's who he is. i think in politics the most important thing is for the candidate to be themselves and to be seen as being genuine to the voters. >> but the language seems to work with his base. what does it tell you about what's going on. >> their angry. washington d.c. has failed them. they are electing republicans to change things down there and the congress hasn't done a thing. and they are angry with president obama because they don't agree with him. and some don't like them. so that's manifested itself. let's remember something this is 20 to 25% of the republican electorate. so we're not talking about the majority of the american public.
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they are angry but i don't necessarily think they are attracted to that. >> he's telling them i'm going to get rid of all of these people you don't like. you know if there is meaningful change in washington it is going to involve some kind of compromise where people who are here illegally are going to get to stay. that is the only way it is going to get done if you look at the math down there. if you tell that to republican voters right now you are basically punching yourself in the face. how do you lead without ill nating the people who want to hear something else even if it's not true. >> what i think is you have to em poer them first. you are going to be part of the solution. the people are going to be part of the solution. you are going to give us a pathway that you think is appropriate. secondly about donald, ask him how. he's gonna make the mexicans pay for the wall? how. he's going to fix social security by making everyone so
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rich that we don't have to worry about it? how. go to his meetings and ask him the second question, which is how? as a governor that is my job every day is to turn the aspirational into the operational. and that's what we do as governors and that is what i'll do as president. >> when you walked off that stage, two questions. one, senator rubio, what reaction did you get from him? >> we shook hands and walked off the stage. >> did he give you a real clamper. >> no. >> did you give him? >> no. didn't need to. >> what about the governor's wife? >> she said great job honey. >> -- [inaudible]. >> we know the boss in my house for here. for sure. married 30 years. >> that's a feat. makes presidential politics look like a kids game. >> it is all easy after that.
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>> we'll see how it goes chris. thank you very much for manager vg me. >> don't give me that look. alisyn he's giving me the look. >> he squashed your hand the he did. -- >> hillary clinton hopes for a strong showing today in new hampshire. meanwhile the clinton camp may be at the cross roads. how's it looking jeff. >> reporter: you can see behind me there is a slow trickle of people coming in. the polls have been open a little over two hours. one thing i'm struck by. there are 28 democratic candidates on the ballot. of course the only two we're talking about right now are bernie sanders and hillary clinton. a lot of people filed to be a presidential candidate. but it is those two and the outcome of this race that is going determine how long this democratic campaign goes on.
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it is your turn new hampshire. hillary clinton and bernie sanders delivering last minute pleas. >> this is an important milestone. >> and eleventh hour pitches. >> i'm hear today to ask your support to join with us in making that political revolution. thank you all very much. >> a first in the nation primary will set the tone for the rest of the campaign and help determine just how long that will be. >> the eyes of the country, and a lot of the world by the way, will be right here on new hampshire. >> the clinton team bracing for a tough night and a possibly campaign shake up if things don't go well tonight. >> we're going take stock but it is going to be the campaign that i've got. >> cnn has learned much of the discontent is coming from allies of bill clinton who believe the
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campaign underestimated sanders. >> sometimes when i'm on a stage like this, i wish we weren't married then i could say what i really think. >> on independent voters and whether they will choose their heads or their hearts. >> i really love bernie. he says all of the things that we would like to have this country be so much better. >> but says she'll vote for clinton. >> i'd love it if he could win. but i think i'm probably going to go with hillary because i think she can win. >> now one of the interesting things we've seen so far here this morning is when you walk up to this table right here you ask for whichever ballot you want. republican or democratic. but we've seen a couple instances so far where someone has been a registered democrat, they ask for a republican ballot. the rules here are you have to
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have changed your party beforehand so they turned and walked out the door not voting for bernie sanders or hillary clinton here. but most people are going back to being independent after they cast their battles here this morning. >> so interesting how everyone can change their stripes there. jeff, thank you very much. stay with cnn everyone all day please because we have comprehensive coverage of the new hampshire primary results. they start at 4 p.m. eastern. >> too heavy? too intense? let's take it easy. they have the candidates. their least favorite moment is watching late night television because they are the punch lines my brothers and sisters. and once again there was some really good new hampshire moments drawing parallels between the election and guess what, the super bowl. >> donald trump say this week he feels the iowa results were very
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unfair. other things unfair to him, google, sidewalks, shoelaces, oxygen, and dating judi dench. >> took time to share their thoughts on the game. here is what they said. jeb bush said peyton did a great job but let's nforget about his younger brother eli who's also a good football -- >> -- compared marco rubio's debate performance to looking at your iphone and the video freezes and says it is buffering. yeah. after hearing this bernie sanders said a what doing what? what are you talking about? >> those are some good ones today. those are really funny. any time you can say dating judi dench as the punch line also
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funny. >> i couldn't believe there wasn't something about the christie, rubio moment. >> maybe tonight. primary days are not just nail biters for the candidates. they are also trying on their spouses. bernie sanders wife jane joins us live next. what does she think about the claims of sexism against her husband's campaign and what is going to happen today? we'll be right back. at ally bank, no branches equals great rates. it's a fact. kind of like grandkids equals free tech support. oh, look at you, so great to see you! none of this works. come on in. avo: when laquinta.com sends craig wilson a ready for you client: great proposal! let's readytalk more over golf. mes?
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senator sanders making his final pitch to voters this morning. what are his expectations? let's ask the person who knows him best. joining us is sanders wife, jane. so what are your expectations today? what do you think new hampshire voters are going to deliver. i hope they are going to deliver a very large electorate.
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that there are a lot of people participating in the process. no matter what view they hold i think it is very important people participate in our democracy. how much stock do you put in the polls? >> right now bernie sanders is winning by a large margin in the polls do you take a lot of comfort in that. >> well sure. we don't take anything for granted. and polling, it is an art. i think if you look at the different polls they are all over the map. they are anywhere from 9-30 points. we don't believe the 30 points for sure. we hope to win by at least one vote. and that should be fine. i think polling is interesting now. because so many people are not answering the phones. >> right. we were just talking about that. i have a driver who says he's gotten 12 to 15 calls a day. he's not alone. so people have stopped answering so i'm not sure polls in this last week are reflective. >> i don't. i think you can look at the
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trend line t cnn poll, the mur poll over time. and you can say okay the trend is up or down. no matter which candidate. but the most important thing is people vote. bernie won by ten votes as mayor. we learned that the hard way. if ten of those people had stayed home we wouldn't be here today. >> let me talk about the charges of the sexism that have been leveled against your husband's campaign. bill clinton was on the campaign trail and talking about how supportsers of hillary clinton say they have received a lot of vitriole on line from people they leave are bernie sanders supporters. let me play for you what president clinton said. >> shae and other people who have gone online to defend hillary and just explain why they supported her have been subject to vicious trolling. and attacks that are literally too profane often, not to mention sexist to repeat.
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>> so jane, what do you think? is the campaign? is the sanders campaign responsible if supporters say hateful things online? >> we have over a million supporters online. a lot of them are very active. i think we're talking about a very small group of people. we don't know who they are. it is anonymous in terms of online posts. bernie has spoken out and the campaign has spoken out and said we do not want that. most of our supporters talk about the issues. they talk about raising the minimum wage and having universal healthcare and having, you know, all the issues that bernie talks about. but we don't know them. and our surrogates are -- they don't do that. the people that we ask to salespeople on behalf of our campaign and we do not ever -- not only do we not say terribly negative things. we don't say negative things. we talk about why bernie would
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be the best person to be president, what he's fighting for, the issues that affect people's lives. it is not that it's one way. i hear from our campaign too. we just don't complain about it. >> i see. i want to ask you about something else regarding gender. and that is as you know gloria steinem has come out in support of hillary clinton as former secretary of state madeline all bright and they have talked about women's empowerment and there is some obligation they believe of women to vote for another woman. now, these are paragonnas of the feminism and women's empowerment and you being of that same sort of generation, whether do you think of that case? is it compelling that women should vote for a woman? >> no. i really don't think so. think they should vote. this is the most important office in the country. i think they should vote for the
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person that represents their interests. and they -- each person has to make their own decision. sure maybe that will play into some people's decision, maybe it won't in others. but i don't believe they should vote on any single issue or any thing about gender or. so i've never done that. >> do you understand that given what women have had to fight for in this country, that women who are say in their 60s or 70s, the older women who are supporting hillary more than bernie sanders, that they do feel that we've made it this far. she's paved this way and we want to see a woman in the white house. >> i do understand that. >> i think gloria though said some unfortunate things and apologized for it. basically thinking that young women are only supporting bernie because the boys are supporting bernie? that is not true. there are many as you say ux many, many, many young women
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supporting him. she named bernie because of his stand on the issues way back in the 90s, an honorary woman and very supportive of him. i understand that people might want to see a woman in the white house. but especially the older women, i don't think they know his record how effective he's been on women's issues, on social security, on retirement, on healthcare, on precipitatiscrip drugs. so sure i'd like to see a woman in the white house someday and i think bernie is the best candidate right now. and i say that very objectively. >> i know. jane, great to have you here. thank you so much. so this thursday night hillary clinton and bernie sanders face
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senator rubio is being who he is, very a programmed superficial candidate. and i was being who i was. >> governor christie moments ago on "new day." it is the latest attack from christie who says he changed the race saturday night in a debate when he went after snoenator ruo more giving a performance he called robotic.
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alex conad, good to have you here. he says he's a nice guy but he's not ready. >> that is just not happened. we had a very good night. we raised more money during the first hour of the debate than we have in any other debate and crowds surged and the cnn poll that came out, after the debate showed marco went up over the last couple days. we have momentum and we feel really good where we are. of course the other candidates are attacking marco because they know he's the guy to beat right now. >> he wants to keep america special. that is what he said at the
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debate. and he's going keep saying it on the campaign trail and you have seen conservatives rally around marco since the debate. say yes, marco is right. why won't christie say it? why won't jeb bush say it? don't they agree that barack obama is fundamentally try toppiing to change america and e. >> the first is yes it is a style challenge. senator rubio believes what he does about barack obama but repeating it as he was shows some type of anervous. he may believe it but why was he repeating it. >> marco rubio fundamentally believes, as do most republicans that barack obama is trying to change america. and that is why we need to win back the white house in 2016. marco is best positioned to unite conservatives, to bring more people into the
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conservative movement and defeat hillary clinton. marco is the only candidate w who --. >> so the senator really believes that president obama is intentionally trying to destroy the country? >> absolutely. and all evidence confirms that. >> that he's intentionally rying to destroy the country. >> absolutely h. e intentionally passed obamacare. he intentionally passed dodd-frank. he's absolutely trying to make america more like the rest of the world. marco is running for america because he believes america is that special place and he needs to cope ate the special place. >> does that leave him in position where it's successful where it's hard to join forces with the other side.
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>> -- >> saying the president was trying to destroy is what i'm referring to. >> i think all would agree with that. he passes policies that are trying to change our country. that is why he's so unpopular. that's why he's a failed president. it is why we have to. >> one of the sources for the gop is that he can coalesce the right and the middle. he can bring them together. is that going to be trickier for him against a bush or a kasich? ? >> i think the best moment of the debate for marco and for any of the candidates was when he talked about life. and marco is passionately pro life as everybody who watched the debate. he's passionately pro life. but he talked about it in a way that i think people understand.
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he understands the other side. he doesn't judge other people and i think it is an inclusive message and people know where he stands on it. >> do you think you get the moderates with no rape, no incest, there is no global warming, is that a concern? >> he's not going to try to change his position --. today mark is traveling around visiting polls sites. hillary clinton is afraid of marco rubio. she knows that if he is the nominee we are going to unite the republican party. we are going to bring more people into the conservative movement and we are going to win the white house. >> here is the nice thing about politics. you can talk all you want. we only know what they show at the polls. that is going happen today and if marco rubio is up there today he will march on. good luck today. all right. a hundred million dollars.
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time for cnn money now. christine romans in the money center. money and politics seem to go hand in hand these days. >> and as the competition gets fierce for president so do the negative ads. money is pouring into the new hampshire new hampshire. estimated 30 million of the 100 million has been on negative ads. ted cruz who won iowa coming under the heaviest attack now in new hampshire. trump's focused all of his negative advertising budget on cruz. marco rubio also coming under heavy attack after his showing in iowa. his rivals spending at least $4 million on negative ads against him. the biggest spender by far jeb bush and the super pac really that supports him. more than $17 million in the
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>> hillary clinton hoping for a strong showing here in new hampshire. clinton know says she's taking stock of her campaign amid rumbles of a shake up. great to have you here with us. taking stock of the campaign. what does that mean? >> actually she was asked this question last night and she said she's happy with everyone. >> sthooes person who -- somebody said is there a shake up and she said no but i am taking stock. >> you're always looking ahead to nevada, south carolina. obviously those states different than iowa and new hampshire.
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you know, a lot of different issues that we're going to be dealing with. taking a look at what we need to do and what we need to tweak. >> you have the reality of whether or not you are going to swap personnel. the other aspect is the perception of disappointment. is that a fair reflection of where the campaign is in terms of its mentality right now that you should be doing better? >> no. and i'll tell you why. and having been at the dnc when we added south carolina and.5 to the early states t whole concept was it wouldn't -- iowa and new hampshire very important but you want a diverse early process where you have candidates competing in different parts of the country with different parts of the electorate. so it is more looking at what's next and where are we going from here. >> our political team has an article, a piece that goes further than what you are saying in terms of the feeling of the
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campaign. in fact they have a source that quotes bill clinton as saying that he's worried that hillary's campaign is playing it too safe. >> and, you know, let's dive into. is there something? should she be taking a page from donald trump and radical candor? you know, being more spontaneous. more looser, any of that sort of stuff. >>ky say with all confidence we will take [inaudible]. you knew i was going say that. >> that question was over as soon as you said that. >> playing it safe. is there something to that. >> she's not afraid to say when she's been asked certain questions would you do x or y. if the answer is no she'll say i'm not going stand here and make promises i can't keep. i'm not going tell you i'm not going to do something if i'm not going to do it.
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some people thought it was risky to go to flint. she thought it was the right thing to do and people were grateful that we were there and it was wonderful to be there so we're running this campaign in a way that reflects who she is, what's important to her in terms of letting her talk about the issues that are important to her. in this campaign we didn't think we'd be talking about heroin and opiate dictiaddiction but these important issues. this is what people are talking about. so i'm going talk about those issues and i think we're going to keep doing that. >> democrats need the young vote to come out. that is how they win elections. bernie sanders is getting more of that energy right now. how do you change that? >> two things. one, yob ifi don't know if i ag with the premise. >> that i you need it or he has it. >> i'm basing it on my twert feed. >> well that's almost as bad it is trump premise in terms of
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where to start from. >> i do hear from a lot of people say hey we're out here. why do people think we're not supporting hillary. one young woman tweeted and said we want to start a millennial for hillary. how do we do that. but here is the bottom line. she's going to be for them even if they are not for her right now. and what's important is we got to just keep making our case and trying to easte ing ting to ear. and i hope when young people learn about her and as a young lawyer going to alabama by yourself in the 70 toss go investigate segregated schools. that was a pretty risky thing to do. so i hope the more they learn about her and her values and the things that she's done to fight for children and family, they will find common cause. >> and is that her plan to talk more about that, tell her own story more? >> absolutely and i think she's been doing that and will
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continue. but also the issue of children and families and solving problems. how do we make things better for people and the more she's talking about them and people see that is something she's done and done very effectively think that is the more they will sigh that is the person i can trust for me and my family. >> nobody likes to get into it deeper, more extensively than we do right here. the invitation stands as always. not that we don't want you here. >> i get it. >> watching what happens today. of course very closely. newsroom with carol costello begins right after this break. we'll see you tomorrow. in your mutual fund. we invested in your fund to help us pay for a college education for our son. we've enclosed a picture of our son so that you can get a sense there are real people out here trusting you with their hard-earned money.
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happening now in the newsroom. decision day in new hampshire. >> you have to go out. you have to vote. >> voters in new hampshire. understand that this country needs a political revolution. >> candidates taking nothing for granted. >> if you want my vote you got to earn it. >> all of the stump speeches. >> my final push to convince as many granite staters as possible to come out and vote for me. >>

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