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period. >> you can't spend as much. you can't saturate the markets like south carolina and new hampshire. they have to pick and choose. all non donald trump candidates have to pick and choose. >> that is what it comes down to? yes. "early start" continues right now. >> the race for president shaking up. donald trump is solidly a frontrunner here as marco rubio and ted cruz battle out for number two in what is becoming a three-man race. >> hillary clinton reasserting herself as a democratic frontrunner after a big win, close, but comfortable in nevada. now she is looking ahead to south carolina with new plans for how to make her case against bernie sanders. and an uber driver arrested accused of killing six people in one night and picking up fares in between attacks.
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good morning, welcome to "early start." i'm christine romans. >> i'm berman. it is monday, february 22nd. it is 5:00 a.m. donald trump headed to nevada one day ahead of the circus. donald trump wearing a south carolina smile. his victory there have members of the republican establishment and donors and media grasping for a way to stop him. it seems trump is sticking to the strategy that brought him success so far. cnn's jeremy diamond has the latest. >> reporter: good morning, john and christine, donald trump rolled into atlanta on sunday with the momentum at his back and the crowd here responded in kind roaring in approval as donald trump hit his key notes. talking about trade and border security as he typically does. donald trump did not really
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bring in his current rivals, marco rubio and ted cruz, who came in second and third in south carolina. he did, however, bring in one of his former rivals. >> i will give you story. one candidate, the head of the major and owner of a major pharmaceutical company is in charge of his campaign. you know that, right? in charge of his campaign. raises hundreds of millions. they raised a fortune. a fast fantastic. a doctor comes up to me. donald, the united states is the biggest purchaser of drugs in the world. they don't negotiate price. i said that can't be. as soon as i checked it, i realized they are right. >> reporter: that line is what
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donald trump says when he talks about special interests. jeb bush out of the race dropping out on saturday night. after a poor showing in south carolina. it looks like donald trump who is consistently used jeb bush as the foil on the campaign trail may be missing him a little bit. john and christine. >> jeremy, thank you. look at this. a pivotal political event. there are five remaining candidates. they will face-off in a debate in houston. wolf blitzer moderates the presidential republican debate at 8:30 p.m. only on cnn thursday night. to the democrats. hillary clinton trying consolidate her frontrunner status. clinton rejecting the claim from the sanders camp that sanders won big among nevada latinos.
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the battle for minority votes continue as the battle moves to south carolina with the primary set for saturday. clinton and sanders spoke to b.e.t. both admitted the democratic party has not done enough. >> the white community, including myself, have not been as sensitive as we should be to what goes on in black communities in terms of policing issues. i plead guilty to the fact that i think i have not been as sensitive to that issue. it is an issue we have to be sensitive to. >> i am well aware that some of the decisions that were made during the eight years of my husband's presidency that we have to learn lessons from and i'm very clear about that. yes, i supported my husband's policies. my opponent, sanders, voted for them. i did not have a position where
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i could express myself independently. he did. >> clinton and sanders come face-to-face with the voters of south carolina for the final time this tuesday night right here on cnn. democratic town hall from columbia, south carolina. chris cuomo moderates. it is only on cnn. huge week. let's kick off this week with the discussion of where things stand. joining us right now, goldie taylor. it is 5:05 in the east. do you know where your republican candidates are right now? >> i don't know where they are, but i know where they are going to be. john kasich will not go west. he will stay east and go to stay and do things. he is skipping nevada. >> the poll numbers show donald trump with a commanding lead. all along, that lead for donald
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trump means voters going to the polls. >> if you mean a primary and cast a ballot, donald trump is a significant thing. if you are talking about a caucus where it takes organizing and getting people together and stay all night. maybe those numbers tighten as we saw in iowa. that will hold true in a place like nevada in this coming day. i think donald trump will expand his lead. if you look at march, he has the same fortune that hillary clinton has. a favorable map. i think you could see this race closing up as we head into march and april. >> goldie, this morning, i smell panic among many in the republican party. donald trump won big in south carolina. he would win big in nevada. he could win on march 1st. some of the candidates cannot compete. what do you expect to see? how do you expect to see the empire strike back here? >> i think you can expect they will circle around marco rubio as they did in south carolina.
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you saw governor nicki haley all surrounding marco rubio. he came in a distant second. that will be tried again as the states go on. i don't think the republican party believes they can withstand a trump candidacy. a trump candidacy they may have. >> very narrowly a third place finish in south carolina. it was close. a basically tie for second. let's see what he said on abc's "this weekend." >> people across the country are recognizing okay, if we want to beat trump, cruz is the only one to do it. he is the only one who has done it. part of the reason, george, you cannot beat trump coming from the left. you cannot beat trump with a candidate who supports amnesty. >> you think republicans start to coalesce around rubio?
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>> i think ted cruz is making the case that i'm the true evangelical in the case and true conservative in the race. that a vote for me means a vote for republican values. unlike that guy with the new york values, donald trump. hint-hint. >> when it comes to new york values, just beat him in south carolina. >> absolutely. >> let's shift to the democrats. hillary clinton, five points. close, but convincing in nevada. you get the sense the people in brooklyn who run hillary clinton's campaign are breathing a sigh of relief. they think they have turned the corner. >> i think hillary clinton's campaign truly has turned the corner if the look at the exit and entrance polls. she won the black vote by a 3 to 1 margin. she won hispanics slightly depending on whose analysis you listen to. at the end of the day, hillary clinton, four or five points is
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a close race. in politics, that is a win. you will see it duplicate in south carolina and georgia and tennessee. you know as we head to virginia and other states on super tuesday. >> did she learn anything from the sanders message that is resonating? wall street is rigged? does she change her tone or rhetoric? >> i think we have seen as much change in the tone as we will see. i think we have seen hillary clinton float to the left on issues, including health care. how much further she floats to the left is depending on the support sanders gets in these states. >> you know, it is interesting. hillary clinton is not just dealing with bernie sanders, but her image. the issue of is she honest or truth worthy? she spoke with jake tapper. >> i think there is an under
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lying question in the back of people's minds. is she in it for us or is she in it for herself? that is a question people are trying to sort through. i'll demonstrate i'm the same person fighting for the same values and making a real difference in people's lives. >> she identified the problem. >> she has. >> the question is will it work? >> you know, hillary clinton is always a formidable candidate. we will see in the coming months if she will be able to answer the question and make the case. i always said hillary clinton's biggest opponent is hillary clinton. >> thank you, goldie. a lot going on. very busy ten days. >> every day now there will be something. >> it is not any 24-hour period. it is one long campaign. >> 24-minute period. a stunning killing spree in michigan. what an awful story this is.
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semiautomatic handgun from him. in the search of his residence, they found more weapons. now investigators are really scratching their heads. what is unsettling to them is this suspect was for all intents and purposes, according to the police chief, an average joe with no criminal history or record or ability to carry out something like this. >> he was aware of what was going on. he was able to carry on his normal routine. these were very deliberate killings. this wasn't hurried in any way or shape. they are on video. we watched the video with law enforcement. they were intentional and deliberate. i don't want to say casually done. coldly done. >> reporter: six people left dead as a result of the shooting rampage. two people are also wounded. still in the hospital. recovering from wounds. a mother of three children was the first to be shot. she is still recovering in the
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hospital. as a 14-year-old girl. investigators are worried about her outcome. as far as the suspect, he is expected to face murder charges and will make his first court appearance monday afternoon. thank you, nick. a hearing in connecticut today. a judge expected to decide if a lawsuit brought by families of victims in the sandy hook massacre can go forward. it is seeking damages for companies that sell the ar-15 rifle. that is an weapon that was used in the killings. the case hinges on whether the companies are shielded by the federal law to protect the companies. and apple has until friday to appeal the request to give the fbi the data on the encrypted iphone owned by syed
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back guarantee. that's always discreet. after his palmetto pummeling, donald trump moves on to the silver state where he hopes to slay marco rubio and ted cruz. this race getting more intense. and hillary clinton reestablishing herself as the democratic frontrunner in the race for president. bernie sanders is promising a long battle ahead. what a horrific story from michigan. uber driver accused of killing six people between pick ups. welcome back to "early start." i'm john berman. >> i'm christine romans. this morning, donald trump riding high after the big win in the south carolina primary. turning attention to super
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tuesday on march 1st. trump's victory has donors and pundits and candidates grasping for a way to stop him. based on a rally last night, trump is sticking to the strategy that brought him success. cnn's jeremy diamond has the latest from georgia. >> reporter: good morning, john and christine. fresh off the primary victory in south carolina, trump rolled into atlanta on sunday with the momentum at his back. the crowd here responded in kind roaring in approval as trump hit key notes of border security and trade. donald trump did not bring in his current rivals who came in second and third place in south carolina. he did, however, bring in one of his former rivals. >> i'll give you a story.
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one of the candidates, i won't say who yet, one of the candidates, the head of a major, major and owner of a pharmaceutical company is in charge of his campaign. you know that. in charge of his campaign. raises hundreds of millions of dollars. they raised a fortune. they have a fantastic a lot of money. a friend of mine comes up to me. a doctor. he said donald, i don't understand it. the united states is the biggest purchaser of drugs in the world. they don't negotiate price. they are not allowed. i said what are you talking about? i said i need to check it. >> reporter: that is one of the lines donald trump has consistently used when he talks about jeb bush and the influence of special interests. however, jeb bush now out of the race. dropping out on saturday night after a poor showing in south carolina. it looks like donald trump who consistently used jeb bush as a
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foil on the trail may be missing him a bit. back to you. thank you, jeremy. with jeb bush out of the race, that leaves five. they all meet head-to-head thursday night in houston, texas. wolf blitzer moderates the cnn presidential debate thursday night at 8:00 p.m. hillary clinton trying to consolidate her return to frontrunner status. she enjoyed a close win in nevada over bernie sanders. the clinton team rejects the claim that it won big among nevada latinos. the battle for minority votes continues as the campaigns move to south carolina. that primary is saturday. both hillary clinton and sanders spoke to b.e.t. about what they would do for african-american voters. they admit the democratic party
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has not done enough. >> the white community, including myself, have not been as sensitive as we should be to what goes on in black communities in terms of policing issues. i plead guilty to the fact i think i have not been as sensitive to that issue. it is an issue we have got to be sensitive to. >> i am well aware that some of the decisions that were made during the eight years of my husband's presidency that we have to learn lessons from and i'm very clear about that. yes, i supported my husband's policies. my opponent senator sanders voted for them. i did not have a position where i could express myself independently. he did. >> both hillary clinton and bernie sanders will come face-to-face with voters in south carolina for an unbelievably important town hall meeting. the last time they will be on
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the same stage or one after each other. democratic town hall live from columbia, 8:00 p.m. tuesday night. moderated by chris cuomo. so much to talk about. amazing weekend. about ten days of political news coming up. let's talk about it with daily beast editor goldie taylor. donald trump in south carolina, the frontrunner. what are they trying to do? work with him or destroy him? >> i think they attempt. destroy is going to be hard for him. they try to wrap their arms around the remainder of republicans. they invested in marco rubio. whether or not that pans out remains to be seen. >> i think ted cruz doesn't care about having the establishment wrap their arms around him. >> he built a career against it. >> marco rubio, you will see a
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flood of support toward him. this morning, starting now. dean heller in nevada. i think i need to ask you about the story in "the washington post." donald trump is now talking to rudy giuliani. the former mayor of new york city is now advising him on his campaign. he doesn't say he is supporting donald trump. the mayor says there are a bunch of other washington and new york insiders giving advice to donald trump. interesting. >> it is interesting. donald trump is taking counsel from anyone else from outside. he does trust his wife, melani. to find he has a circle of former political leaders giving him advice and he is taking it is a real story. donald trump is not known for heeding counsel of others. he is known for shooting from
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the hip. this could be interesting in terms of what we hear from him in the coming weeks. >> shooting from the hip has worked for him. >> it's paid off. >> let's get at the south carolina numbers. so interesting with ted cruz and marco rubio. ted cruz playing this as a tie for second. 1,000 vote difference out of several hundred. they needed to win. this is what ted cruz saying on abc this week. basically, i'm the one who can beat trump. >> people across the country are recognizing, if we want to beat trump, cruz is the only one who can do it. he is the only one who has done it. part of the reason, george, you cannot beat trump coming from the left. you cannot beat trump with a candidate who supports amnesty. if you come at the left with trump, you will lose. >> what does he do now. does he stop his campaign which has been looking at trump and
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now he has to turn to rubio? >> i think he has to keep pointing that trump, the reason why he did so well in south carolina compared to marco rubio, the days leading up to the campaign, there were robo calls from the pro cruz pac. they attacked donald trump straight on. they attacked him on same-sex marriage. that is what got ted cruz so far in south carolina. i think he will bet on that moving forward. >> so far, in third place behind marco rubio. maybe he has to worry about marco rubio. let's talk about the democrats. we go to south carolina with hillary clinton coming off a close win in nevada. south carolina is a state that lines up well for her. a lot of the march 1st states line up well for her. bernie sanders to jake tapper. bernie sanders a bit defensive now sounding. maybe i should rephrase that. bernie sanders facing questions about some of the lines of attack that hillary clinton is making. particularly whether he is a
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single issue candidate. >> hillary clinton has been referring to you as a single issue candidate. what do you think when she says that? >> i haven't the vaguest idea what she is talking about. if she thinks wealth and income equality. we are talking about dozens of issues. i'm not sure where secretary clinton is coming from. >> the voters do. they are saying they are talkin about it. in the barber shops and in the streets. they are talking about how when bernie sanders is posed a question, whether it is about mass incarceration or education, he always, always answers first and pivots back to wall street and income inequality and wealth gap. that is the line of attack that hillary clinton is taking and it is working. she is saying this candidate has a cap. >> interesting. i think he does go back every time he talks about college or
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health care, he goes back how the whole system is rigged against you. it is a single issue wrapped up in all those issues. gold goldie taylor, thank you. one issue, he talks about walmart. 1 million walmart workers are getting a raise as bernie sanders is ratchets up the system. the minimum wage is now $10 an hour starting this week. the average will raise to $13.38 an hour. bashing walmart is standard stump fare for bernie sanders. he claims that the walton family that founded walmart is to blame. >> the reason walmart workers are on medicaid and food stamps is because the walton family refuses to pay their workers a
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living wage. >> i asked walmart executives about the slams against the company. they declined to comment specifically about bernie sanders or the political process. they pointed me to this. they say they are raising wages. they are offering paid time off. they are offering more predictable schedules. that is the biggest complaints of the workers. that is part of the problem. that resonated among bernie sanders. why is a company as big as walmart. why do people who work there get welfare benefits? a stunning killing spree in michigan. six people dead. uber driver accused of picking up and dropping off passengers in between attacks. we have new information coming in this morning. that's ahead.
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in just a few hours, the alleged shooter in the kalamazoo killing spree will be charged. the 45-year-old is suspected of killing six people in separate locations on saturday night egh allegedly between uber stops. let's get more from nick valencia. >> reporter: investigators saying this suspect, 45-year-old man from kalamazoo was casually carrying out the shooting spree and between each shooting, still picking up passengers and working as an uber driver. investigators seized a semiautomatic handgun from him and in the search of his residence, they found more weapons. they are trying to figure out if the weapons are used in the
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commission of other crimes. what is unsettling, the suspect was for all intents and purposes, an average joe with no criminal history or record or with the capability of carrying out something like this. >> he was aware of what was going on and able to carry on his normal routine. these were very deliberate killings. this wasn't hurried. they are on video. we watched the video with law enforcement. they were intentional and deliberate. i don't want to say casually done. coldly done. >> reporter: six people left dead as a result of the shooting rampage. two people are also wounded. still in the hospital. recovering from wounds. a mother of three children was the first to be shot. she is recovering in the hospital as is a 14-year-old girl. investigators are worried and concerned about her outcome. she was in surgery sunday morning, but very critical
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condition. as far as the suspect, he is expected to face murder charges and make the first court appearance monday afternoon. thank you, nick. let's see what is coming up on "new day." alisyn camerota joins us. >> hi, guy. john, thank you for being here. great to be back, guys. is donald trump stoppable? his big win in south carolina is putting everything on notice. super tuesday fast approaching. is the gop embracing or rejecting its frontrunner? and hillary clinton meanwhile may have her groove back. she staged off an upset in nevada and has a nice lead into south carolina. we will ask her spokesperson if she, too, is unstoppable now. and that massacre in michigan we have been talking about that. a man with no criminal history
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leaving six people dead. we will talk about why he allegedly snapped. we will have a lot to talk about. looking forward to it. on a brighter note. the video that a lot of people are talking about this morning. look at this. an excited and incredibly happy 106-year-old woman fulfilling her dream of visiting the white house. when she was born, william taft was in the oval office. she was invited to take part in black history month. you can see how much she delighted the obamas. watch. >> everyone is talking about this. everyone is sharing this this morning. just a really nice moment at the white house. >> when you can charm the president and first lady. any president and first lady at this point, they have seen everything. they have not seen anything quite like that. >> she has seen everything. >> that's true. >> not the white house, apparently. good for her. stocks off the best week of the year, but has the rally run out of steam?
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new developments in syria. secretary of state john kerry says the cease-fire could begin within a few days. the truce put together by a dozen nations. the violence has raged on. isis claimed responsibility for the attacks over the weekend that left 120 people dead. we have more from cnn's nick paton walsh. nick. >> reporter: john, the death toll claimed by isis, has risen to 184. quite a staggering toll. the violence separate, frankly, to that around the capital, which is isis, not in part the cessation of hostilities that
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john kerry is talking about. and the violence continuing around aleppo with the bombings used by the regime. is any of this remotely like a cease-fire or cessation of hostilities? no. the violence is continuing. the key is the sort of diplomatic sequencing ahead. john kerry is talking to sergei lavrov. he said in the days ahead, vladimir putin may talk to barack obama to iron out the creases here. bizarre to many observers. no syrians at the table. just the old cold war super powers. putin wants to take it to the next stage up before the deal is signed or suggested. the violence hasn't stopped and many are saying is this protracted set of negotiations weakeni weakening idea of diplomacy? that is what john kerry hopes,
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something good to come from it. >> that is the hope. the reality is not measuring up. nick paton walsh, thank you. let's get an early start on your money. the biggest weekly rise in three months. dow futures will pop. oil boosts markets here and around the globe. a lot of relief in the global market. european stock markets are higher. stocks in asia higher overnight. new numbers are how much cash the president at candidates have to spend. cruz has $13.6 million to spend. ben carson with $4 million. donald trump with $1.4 million. he is funding much of his own campaign. he gives himself loans. >> that is his cash on hand. >> john kasich is $1.4 million. on the democratic side, hillary clinton with $32.9 million in
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cash. you see bernie sanders with $14.6 million. the big story is how much they are spending. bernie in $13.9 million in january. he spent a lot of money. hillary clinton spent $20 million. cruz, $12.6 million spent in january. ben carson and john kasich trailed significantly. january is a huge month for campaign spending. super tuesday is a week away. presidential hopefuls are entering a busy and expensive period. >> hillary clinton with twice as much money on hand than bernie sanders. he is not going to lose campaign because of money, but he may not win because of it. >> he spent so much in january. i'm surprised he did not do better. >> he did very well. the financial dominance you may expect him. donald trump, hillary clinton, they tried to make
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their next move after a big weekend. "new day" starts right now. >> we won with everything. tall people, we won with everything. tall people, short people, fat people, skinny people. >> donald sees our campaign as the only campaign that will beat him. >> i will bring it together faster than anybody else in this race. >> i don't think we are a single issue country. i'm certainly not a single issue candidate. >> we're talking about dozens of issues. i'm not sure where secretary clinton is coming from. >> we want to make progress in our country. >> hillary clinton is echoing much of what saying. >> the horrifying weekend killing spree in kalamazoo. did this uber driver pick up new passengers between murders? >> these were very deliberate
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killings. >> this is "new day" with chris cuomo, alisyn camerota and michaela pereira. good morning. welcome to "new day". it's monday, february 22nd, 6:00 in the east. are the primaries over? is trump unstoppable? clinton now in a position to run away? those are the big hyped questions you will be hearing a lot this week. but they will be answered quickly. 16 states head to the polls with super tuesday a week away. all the presidential hopefuls will be on stage on cnn. so tomorrow night we've got clinton and bernie sanders who will take the stage in the in the stage that will make a statement. >> can't wait to watch that. republicans down to five candidates. rubio and cruz battling. who will will become top rival into tomorrow's nevada

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