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sea where the u.s. warship was moving international waters. thanks very much. you can always follow us on twitter. you can always tweet the show. thanks very much for watching. "erin burnett outfront" starts right now. outfront next, we're awaiting donald trump about to address thousands at a major rally. he repeats his attack on party insiders today. breaking news. bernie sanders promised to release his taxes after last night's debate. that release is moments away. our exclusive reporting offering proof that hundreds of kidnapped girls are still alive. that report from our nima elbagir. let's go "outfront." >> good evening. i'm erin burnett. outfront tonight, countdown to new york just three days before voters go to the polls here in new york. donald trump gaining big
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momentum. 95 delegates up for grabs. donald trump right now live on stage at a major rally. supporters have been lining up at that rally in hartford, connecticut, since early morning. thousands are there. we're going to go there in just a moment. outside protesters have been gathering as well. the frontrunner surging nationally. he celebrates a major endorsement where the new york post called donald trump a potential superstar of vast promise. today trump doubling down on his war with republican party leaders. >> because they have a phony system that the bosses pick whoever is running for election. here's what we have. we have a rigged system. the republican system is rigged, okay? it's a rigged system. >> ted cruz also speaking in this hour at a rally in rochester new york. cruz today saying trump is just being a sore loser.
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>> it is not surprising when a candidate loses 11 elections in a row he's unhappy about it, and so he complains. that's fine. >> we begin with miguel marquez outfront tonight at the trump rally. thousands gathering this morning. protesters as well. what's the mood? >> reporter: the mood is absolutely festive. it's about 3/4s of the way filled here. clearly he is in friendlier territory right now, and he is on a roll. >> this is a great part of the world, believe me, folks. >> reporter: donald trump on a mission, riding high in the polls and playing aggressive offense as he looks for a big victory in tuesday's new york prima primary. 95 delegates are at stake. >> what are new york values? honesty and straight talk, and
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these are the values we need to make america great again. >> reporter: the home court advantage giving the billionaire a lift. the latest quinnpac poll in new york has him besting kasich and cruz by 30 points. corey lewandowski cleared of battery charges and ready to move on. >> what i want to do is bring everyone together and we want to move on past this. if we want to be successful as a party and donald trump as a campaign, we want to bring people together and focus our attention on winning the general election in november. >> reporter: trump continuing his attack on party insiders in a blistering op-ed in the "wall street journal" and again at a rally in plattsburgh, new york. >> when i joined the campaign in june, they had a system. after they saw i was going to win colorado, they changed the system. we have a rigged system. the republican system is rigged.
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>> reporter: trump gaining momentum despite protests like these are the new york state republican gala at the first manhattan building the real estate mogul built. >> i love to speak at the grand hi hi hyatt because i built this hotel. >> reporter: the primary here is on the 26th, and he hopes to pick up the 28 delegates here. there are 150 protesters out there. we saw one protester that was thrown out before mr. trump got here, but at the moment they're all just cheering for mr. trump. he heads back to new york where he'll crisscross that state until primary day on tuesday. >> thank you so much. sunlen serfaty outfront now.
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obviously ted ycruz going to be at that live rally where you are. what is ted cruz saying about his chances in new york? >> reporter: well, he's certainly not projecting any sort of confidence, erin. if you listen closely to his rhetoric in recent days, he's almost submitted to the fact that donald trump is poised to do very well here in this state saying things like donald trump is going to do well. he is going to potentially win here on tuesday. so certainly as he's lowering expectations for his own campaign, he's also at the time really raising the bar for how he thinks donald trump must do here in new york on tuesday, saying that if trump does not get over the 50% here in new york, that it would be a devastating loss for him. but both of the candidates, as well as john kasich, they were at the same dinner last night in midtown manhattan speaking to the same crowd from the same stage, and the reception i have to say could not have been more different. i was in that room and you could see people really paying attention to donald trump as he
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was speaking. when ted cruz was speaking, they were not really engaged. at times his speech was drowned out by the voices in the room and the audience. it could not have been a starker contrast in how they were received. almost like a microcosm of their standings here in new york. ted cruz tried to brush them off, dodged the question and said, i am encouraged at this point. i think he was talking more like crowds here in upstate new york. a big crowd for him tonight here in rochester. >> outfront now, trump supporter and a cruz supporter and the washington bureau chief of the daily beast. scotty, let me start with you. ted cruz is saying if donald trump does not get above 50% of the vote in new york it is a real loss for him.
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expectations are really high, scotty. is cruz right? >> that's what you get with common core math, i think. when you win as much as you win, it doesn't matter when you reach a certain threshold. mr. trump is whining about colorado and others. these rules were written by politicians to keep politicians in power. mr. trump has exposed these politicians. that's right there. that's not whiney. that's called telling the truth. we need to realize the rules are going to change because people's eyes have been awakened to the good ole boy system in politics. >> ben? >> i think donald trump said he is a common person and he has been winning, so that blows that argument out of the water. you've claimed he is not the establishment, and he's been able to do very well in this
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campaign, so let's not act like he's a victim here. let's be clear. there are a lot of people rallying behind ted cruz in the country. it doesn't matter how good your system is, your campaign is, if people don't like you. jeb bush had a great system. he had plenty of money, but people didn't come to him. the reason why ted cruz has been doing so well is because people believe in what he's saying. they believe in him as an alternative to donald trump. they believe in him as a true conservative. donald trump gets his feelings hurt any time he's not the center of attention or it doesn't go his way. he should have a big night in new york because, one, it's home state. he talked about how marco rubio had to win florida and how ted cruz had to win texas or they're not viable candidates. he needs to get above 50%. >> trump has gotten some good news this week. the new york post endorsed him. he got some good poll news in new york and nationally with the
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fox news poll. how bad is it for his momentum? he was coming off a bad stretch losing in wisconsin. >> it's very interesting. it's kind of like hillary in a way. her home state is his home state. there's a lot of similarities there. there's no reason to believe looking at everything you just said that he is not going to do well. if he falls short of that, that will be devastating to the trump campaign, but it doesn't look like that right now. he's winning in every single congressional district. there is good news for donald trump right now. >> tara, donald trump fired at ted cruz. in typical trump style he minced no words. let me play it for you. >> cruz is going really down because people have been watching him and somehow there's really nothing compelling there. he's the last hope. he's the last hope to stop trump. that's all he's got going.
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that's not going to be good enough, folks, because we have a movement going on. >> does he have a point? >> well, no. ben made a point that ted cruz represents a large swath of the republican party, the true conservative base. he has over 250,000 grass root volunteers across the country. for donald trump saying ted cruz has nothing to offer ridiculousness. a fox news poll came out this morning where they asked who is equipped to be president, who is ready to be president. donald trump came in dead last. people didn't think that he was knowledgeable enough to be president. they didn't think he had the character to be president. >> but they're going to vote for him anyway? >> and he's not likable. this is something that is unbelievable. nobody talks about that part of it. when you start expanding outside the polls that are inside the
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republican party and you look at general election, people are not looking at donald trump as a serious candidate because he's not. >> ben pointed out, yes, senator cruz is popular, but guess what. donald trump is more popular. ben you just pointed out that people like senator ted cruz not because of who senator ted cruz is not because he's donald trump. there's almost 3 million people more than senator ted cruz. ted cruz is blestablishment, be. >> i didn't say the reason why people like ted cruz is he's not donald trump. >> you said that was a reason. >> they compare and contrast candidates. welcome to an election, scottie. this isn't new. the reason why ted cruz is doing so well consistently lately is
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because people are looking at donald trump and they're seeing he has a major vulnerability. he has a higher unfavorable among americans than hillary clinton. i didn't think that was possible. in a general election, how are you going to turn that around with the cockiness? >> the unfavorables have always been a huge metric in how people vote. we don't pay attention to the specific policy legislation. no, they feel like who do i want to have a beer with. if someone doesn't like you, the chances are they're either going to stay home or they're not going to vote for you. this is some kind of strange twist just because he has 70% unfavorables. women are going to go out and vote for him? that's asinine. >> i like that ending note there. thanks to all. next, trump supporters
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protesting in colorado tonight. they say the system stole their vote. they didn't get to vote. could the same thing happened tomorrow night in wyoming? bernie sanders promising to release his tax code returns any moment. that release is now just moments away. clinton and sanders in their most heated debate yet. is it really true that some of their supporters will never vote for the eventual nominee? >> but you didn't answer the question. >> yes, i did. don't put words into my mouth.
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right now, trump supporters protesting in colorado, angry with the republican party after ted cruz won all of the state's delegates without voters getting to vote. trump says the system is rigged. >> the people didn't know in colorado that their vote was being taken away from them. you have some angry people in colora colorado right now. if you want to know the truth, it's a beautiful thing to watch because they're 100% right. >> that was earlier today at a rally. the republican party in colorado decided last year not to have a presidential primary. party insiders selected
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delegates at a state convention. republicans in wyoming vote tomorrow and wyoming is strange in its own way. john king is outfront. >> you see wyoming is already colored for ted cruz because he's already won nine delegates at county conventions. tomorrow is a statewide gathering. 14 of the state's 29 delegates will be elected at that convention. those delegates are not required to support a candidate. they can run as uncommitted if they want. ted cruz will appear at that convention tomorrow, erin. he's believed to have a big advantage. we'll see how the results play out tomorrow. this process the state party tells us has been in place since 1974. for 42 years, they're been doing it this way. may not like it. pretty hard to say it is rigged if it's been on the books for 42 years. >> well, it may have been rigged
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for a long time. trump advisers are saying he's going to glide to the nomination, as down, john. they use that word, one of his delegate masters saying he's going to glide. how does it shape up as you see it right now? >> trump can get there. he's the only republican candidate who can get there before the convention. it wouldn't call it a glide. donald trump at 758, ted cruz at 538. 200-plus delegate advantage here. let's assume trump has a big night in new york. let's say he gets 75 or more. the rest of the voting in the mid atlantic or northeast that trump has a very big april. wins 75% of those delegates. if trump is running strong, meaning in new jersey he gets them all, in west virginia he gets them all, cruz gets some in the west, then we get to the last one in california, with trump running strong in april through may and then to the big
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one in june, if he gets 70% in california, he would be at 1211. i gave ted cruz indiana in this scenario. let's switch it. here's trump at 1222. that's when you'll think why didn't i get some of these colorado delegates. very hard to deny donald trump if he gets to cleveland with 1222 or somewhere in that ballpark. if trump is still winning all these states but not getting 75%, 85% of the delegates, he starts to fall back a little bit. in this scenario, let's say ted cruz could pull off california at the end with trump getting some of the delegates. then trump is back 1100, 1115. the never trump movement thinks they can stop him. a little bit of a weaker trump in april, may, and june, but he still wins california 55% or 60%, this is when it gets really
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interesting, erin, because they have to negotiate with those uncommitted delegates. could they get 100 of them? that would be a dicey proposition. >> thank you very much, john king. that's going to be one exciting ride. sean spicer, some might say fun. sean, to you probably not the appropriate word to use. some say trump is going to glide to the nomination. possible? >> i think john did a good job of laying out the numbers in the states coming. it is possible sure, but it is also possible that senator cruz does well or that governor kasich picks up some more, but that's why we go through the process. when you look at this year compared to the last few cycles, more voters are having the opportunity to participant more in this process than ever before. states are extremely important.
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we're talking about states like california and new jersey. those are normally states that haven't mattered. my state of virginia, we didn't get an opportunity to have a really robust discussion because senator mccain clinched the nomination. governor romney clinched it in april. frankly, overall i think this is a very positive process that's involving more states, involving more voters. i think that's a positive thing for the party. >> that is the best spin i have heard yet on turning all of this into something positive, that more people get to have a say and care. there is something to that. donald trump is very angry. as you know his taking this to the campaign trail, even tonight in hartford. here he is late today talking about your party. >> we have a rigged system. the republican system is rigged. >> he has called out the chairman of the rnc by name. the chairman has responded. are you worried that the rnc, which is supposed to be neutral, is starting to look anti-trump?
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>> not at all. i think most people have been involved in the process and in the system understand each of these states writes their own rules. as john king noted earlier, wyoming will have its major contest tomorrow and has had its system in place since the 1970s. i don't think it is a surprise that the people who belong to the republican party write the party rules in each of these states. i'm not really sure all of the concern is, but i know that it's difficult that there are 50 states and 6 territories and the district of columbia. that's why campaigns take this so seriously. so it's part of the process. it has been part of the process for a century. it will continue to be part of the process. frankly, the republican party is
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more democratic than the democratic party because we don't have the so-called unelected superdelegates that aren't accountable than anybody. >> being more democratic than a party that isn't democratic may not be the best argument out there. the rules are different in every single state. they are complicated. they change without people -- regular voters being aware of it. to most americans hearing the rules are the rules doesn't seem right, right? it's a democracy. every vote is supposed to count equally. do you need to do more to justify the system to regular voters? >> well, first of all, we're conservatives. we're republicans. we believe in states' rights. the last thing we should want is a one-size fits all washington approach to how we vote. a caucus seems like a really good idea in iowa. a primary seems like a good idea in wisconsin where the chairman
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is from. it should be up to the states and territories to decide for the grass roots members of that party to decide how they want to select their nominees. i think that's the beauty of what we as republicans and conservatives support is that we believe that states and territories should make those decisions at the grass roots level, not in washington. i think we should be proud of it. to your point, i think we at the rnc have not seen an open convention or the possibility of a real open convention in 40-plus years. it's incumbent upon us to explain those rules, explain where they are. we have continued to do that. we're going to do more of that to brief people. we started a website conventionfactsd conventionfactsd conventionfactsdotgop. i think from a process standpoint we need to do a better job of explaining it, but i think we should be very proud of the fact that all of these states and territories, it's the
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grass roots members of the party in each of these places that gets an opportunity to write their rules every four years, put them out there for all to see, and let the campaigns have at it. next, bernie sanders' tax returns. we're going to share it with you next. why are democrats booing their own candidates? [ booing ] >> you know, let me tell you why. you may not like the answer, but i'll tell you why. >> and moments ago, bill clinton just saying bernie sanders' supporters would shoot every third person on wall street. yeah, he just said that. we'll be right back. rheumatoid arthritis like me,e
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breaking news tonight in the democratic race for president. the sanders' campaign just releasing the senator's 2014 tax return. he is a promise he made at cnn's debate last night. >> you've been asked for weeks and weeks to release your tax returns. >> we have one that's coming out tomorrow. >> which one? >> last year's. >> 2014. >> yes.
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>> just to be clear, tomorrow you will release the 2014 tax returns from you and your family? >> yes. >> and yes indeed it is here. let's go straight to jeff zeleny. jeff, total $250,617 last year with social security benefits. >> absolutely, erin. that puts him in terms of income in the bottom ranks of members of the u.s. senate. his net wealth is something like 82 or so. just looking through this return right now, it is pretty unremarkable accept he is collecting social security benefits. he is 74 years old. he donated 8,000 to charity or so. that's about 4% of his income. politically speaking, there's not much in here. the sanders' campaign tonight trying to draw attention to what is different from his report and her report. he does not get money from paid speeches. the sanders' campaign trying to highlight a tension on this. these divisions in the democratic party which we saw
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last night are in fact dividing the party. the big challenge is how will they ever unite? [ booing ] >> you know, let me tell you why. you may not like the answer, but i'll tell you why. >> reporter: hillary clinton is no stranger to booing. >> it happens to be true. >> reporter: but these days it's coming from democrats too. at last night's contentious debate and at bernie sanders' rallies across the country, the discord inside the democratic party hangs thick in the air, often at the mere mention of clinton's name. >> my opponent secretary clinton -- [ booing ] she has several super pacs. [ booing ] >> reporter: democrats are a party divided. if clinton holds her lead and becomes the nominee, she'll held into the fall with the family feud on her hands. >> could you see yourself voting
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for hillary clinton if she wins the nomination? >> i wish you hadn't asked me that question. i'll have a very tough time with that and i've been a lifelong democrat. >> they must have been really crushed by this. was that before or after you received huge sums of money by givie ining speaking engagement? >> if bernie sanders tells me to support her and can convince me that she will be honest and fair and care about the middle class and my interests, i will think about it. >> reporter: on the debate stage last night, clinton said she helped unify democrats eight years ago and bernie sanders should do the same. >> we did unify the party and we did elect a democratic president. >> reporter: sanders does not
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admonish his supporters for booing, but told us he's not worried about unity. >> there are virtually none democrats who will desert the democratic party to vote for donald trump or some other right-wing republican. >> reporter: yet the enthusiasm gap with clinton remains. made clear when you talk to sanders' supporters. >> if secretary clinton happens to win the nomination, could you vote for her? >> i have to, yes. >> why? >> because i'm thinking of the supreme court justices. i will vote for her, but not with the joy and the sense of courage. that's america to me. bernie is bringing up that feeling of america. >> reporter: so, erin, so interesting when you talk to these voters. we've been noticing the boos at his rallies. at the end of the day, a lot of women voters as well are not sold or enthused at the clinton campaign. that's one of the biggest
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challenges for them here going forward, but there could be one person that unifies democrats more than anyone else. his name could be donald trump. >> that's right. thank you very much. now a bernie sanders supporter joins me. and the bronx borough -- so maybe a few are left out, but this is pretty boring. >> it is. it's about time. when someone is running for president of the united states, they should have taken care of this a long time ago. he said he would release them last night and he lived up to his word. i think my constituents and americans are more concerned about the issues. we're more concerned about why is it for instance bernie, while he wants to chastise and criticize corporate america, he's not there when it comes to making sure that gun
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manufacturers are held accountable. why is he voted five times against the brady bill? when you get beyond his speaking points, there is really lack of substance when you get things do done. >> now you have the tax return. is it time for her to give the speaking transcripts? >> yes. we want to talk about the issues. i think that's a unifying thing about democrats. >> you have said these wall street transcripts are an issue. >> here's why it is important. it goes to legalized corruption that bernie is trying to stop in the party. it is very relevant this week when you have goldman sachs which paid a $5 billion fine for basically marketing fraudulent securities, which was at the heart of the economic crisis, collapse, that robbed people of their jobs. we want to know what hillary clinton said and why she is continuing to stonewall 70 days later is just astounding to me.
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>> is she stuck in a position where she can't without losing too much face? >> i think that might be part of it, but she asked for the other candidates to do the same thing. initially i thought it was a bernie sanders request. now they have broadened it to the gop as well. the problem is on bernie sanders' side, bernie sanders is elected to the united states senate. there is a code of ethics in the united states senate. you are banned from receiving honorary speeches. >> right. >> and they can't get paid for them is the point. >> right, right. >> we talk about party unity. i take exception to that premispre premise. the fact is when bernie was asked to name one instance where hillary made a decision or the secretary made a decision that was beneficial or was influenced
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by wall street -- >> well, she voted against a bill for unions -- >> she voted for it. >> i'm sorry. on this issue of wall street, this is a serious issue on both sides. bill clinton is going to the mat for it. he just said something a bit surprising. here's what he said. >> i think it's fine that only young students have been so enthusiastic for an opponent that sounds so good. just shoot every third person on wall street and everything will be fine. >> i didn't get to hear. >> oh, you didn't hear it? is that the excuse? i'm just joking. he said i think it's fine these young students have been so enthusia enthusiastic for bernie sanders. just shoot every third person on wall street and everything will be fine. >> i think he could have a better choice of words. when bernie sanders is asked how
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are you going to break these banks down and how are you going to replace them, he still doesn't have an answer. he didn't have an answer last week in a daily news editorial or last night. >> how big of an issue is it that bill clinton just said this? when donald trump said he could walk down fifth avenue and shoot somebody, it was a terrible choice of words. >> he has been the worst for his wife. i can't defend that. that is horrible. >> let the banks make a decision on how to break it up, which is exactly what the fed says. >> thank you all very much. if you missed any of the democratic debate, you can catch it right here at 10:00 eastern. the trump protest in hartford getting bigger. major headlines around the world. after our cnn team risked their lives to prove those kidnapped girls in nigeria may still be alive, will that reporting change those girls' lives? we'll be right back.
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tonight, bernie sanders visiting the vatican instead of campaigning before new york's primary on tuesday. sanders got on a plane to rome
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immediately after last night's debate and will be back in the united states on the campaign trail tomorrow afternoon. sanders learned early on the importance of endurance. >> reporter: momentum is building for bernie sanders. after winning eight of the last nine contests, the democratic senator from vermont is now trying to win the crucial state of new york. >> i am very proud that i was born here in new york city. >> reporter: born and raised in brooklyn, sanders is trailing hillary clinton here in the polls, but that is not stopping the 74-year-old. >> knowing bernie, knowing the competitor he is, do you think this is just fueling him or do you think this is like -- this is tough for bernie? >> i think he's charged up about it. >> reporter: lou howard should know. he competed alongside sanders for four years as teammates. they ran long distance for james madison high school in brooklyn. >> i was a very good long distance runner. >> reporter: howard says that
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sanders was being humble. >> of all the people, bernie was the best of the distance runners in 1957. >> reporter: howard saved newspaper clippings from his varsity days. this one in particular stands out. that's sanders in the foreground. howard just a few steps behind about to lose the race. >> later on in the season i would have eaten him. >> yeah? >> yeah. my fastest time in high school is faster by two seconds. >> now? >> now? i'm sure i can't keep up with him. >> reporter: howard may not be able to run with sanders anymore, but says he's still behind him. >> this is bernie sitting there calm, which is the way he tended to be. >> reporter: and while calm may not be sanders approach on the campaign trail -- >> they have a right to be angry. >> reporter: -- his running style is very much the same, focused. >> i think with him what you see is what you get. >> i'm not going to get beaten up. i'm not going to get lied about. we will fight back. >> reporter: but does the
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brooklyn native have enough fight to beat hillary clinton in her adopted home state? >> i think he could win. i know bernie. i think he could win it. >> reporter: and sanders ran for class president back in high school, erin. he ran on a campaign of raising money for war orphans. not the most conventional campaign, but that's exactly why howard likes bernie. >> thank you very much. fascinating. john king is back with me. john, you have covered so many candidates on the campaign trail. this is insane. when you and i are out in the field and you go from one country to another, you get exhausted. how do these guys keep up the pace? >> tip your hat to bernie sanders because it will be a year and two weeks. we're half way through april now. he's been running for a year. especially if you're the underdog because you have to get up and do the morning shows. then you stay up late and do the
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late shows. bernie sanders raises most of his money online. most presidential candidates between events, they're on the phone trying to raise money. when you're 74, people look and check out your stamina. i've only been to a half dozen bernie sanders events, but he still looks like he has plenty of energy. a lot of people say go with new york voting on tuesday. the interesting thing is spending the time on airplanes. you start to see sometimes -- you've got kids, right? campaign airplanes become like day care centers. everybody shares their colds and the like. it's a slog. >> it's a slog. you don't sleep the same on an airplane. they all are doing it. trump, sanders, clinton, all 69 are over. if youth mattered, that could give an advantage to ted cruz. thank you so much, john king. >> take care. outfront next, the cnn
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outfront, new details on a ground-breaking report first seen outfront. cnn's exclusive reporting on the nigerian kidnapped girls is making headlines around the world. our team risked their lives to bring this exclusive video showing some of the nearly 300 kidnapped nigerian girls still alive. tonight after nema's report there's growing outrage about how little the nigerian government has done to rescue the girls. nema is outfront tonight. your report is making a huge difference. you and your team risked your life to do this. you got this exclusive video of the girls made by their terrorist captors. they've been missing for two years. it appears the nigerian government has done little to rescue them. with your reporting will the government act? >> well, nigeria's senate has passed a bill calling in, summoning their security chiefs to ask them to give an account of the search for the girls and
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why it is taking so long and why so few of them were made aware of the existence of this video. they are also calling on the government to finally rebuild the school. and this just gives you a sense, erin, of the extent of the negligence. nigeria has been pursuing this military campaign but in terms of providing support for the families, providing support for the communities, can you imagine walking past the school that your daughter was abducted from and it is this burned out spector looming over these people's lives to only now be committing to rebuild that school? i think it's illustrative of all the failings that the nigerian government has played out here. >> nima, thank you very much. just an incredible reporting. truly changing the world. breaking news now -- protesters clashing outside donald trump's rally in hartford. that's where our miguel marquez is. what can you tell us? >> reporter: thousands of people are clearing out of the
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convention center, they are going right smack in the middle of the protesters who have been out there all night. and it's sgegetting rather test. there is no police line for them. there are no authorities out there. the thousands of people coming out of the trump rally are going into the number of protesters outside. there are about five individuals or groups that were pulled out of the trump rally here as they started to chant. they would take them out upsetting things for a short time. trump telling them, get them out, get them out. then they'd leave. the people here are very attuned to the protesters and very upset when they come into this rallies. now they are exiting this hall and going right into the middle of those protesters, that's has everybody on age. mostly it's black lives matter protesters. i saw one young latino individual brought out of here tonight. and several groups of younger teens, it looked like, that were
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brought out of here. as they descend into that group as well, they begin riling up their side. very, very angry. a lot of protests. a lot of energy from these trump supporters here. so we'll be monitoring it to see how it goes. erin? >> thank you, miguel. thousands of people leave that rally, meeting the protesters, we're going to be watching that. outfront next -- >> we will build a wall. you know who is going to pay for the wall? mexico. >> something that energizes those protesters. next my conversation with a tech giant who has a stat on that that might really surprise you. with my moderate to severe ulcerative colitis, the possibility of a flare was almost always on my mind. thinking about what to avoid, where to go...
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you can watch our entire interview and conversation about what's going to be the next big thing on my cnn international show this weekend. dvr to record "outfront." you can watch our show any time. have a great weekend. see you next week. ac 360" starts right now. good evening. thank you for joining us. a big night in the run-up to new york's primary. donald trump and ted cruz holding a live event tonight. we begin with breaking news and the one candidate not on the trail but overseas, bernie sanders. there are developments in the last hour on what's been a taxing issue for him. >> you've been asked for weeks and weeks to release your tax returns. >> we've got one that's coming out tomorrow. >> which one? >> last year's. >> 2014? >> yes. >> what's about 2013? all the other ones? >> i don't want to get anybody very excited. they are very