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campaigning for her. current president and first lady much more popular than she can hope to be. >> without florida and the electoral votes, he has virtually no chance to win. let's get more from cnn's jason carroll. >> reporter: john and christine, despite national polls showing donald trump trailing clinton. despite his campaign manager coming out and acknowledging the campaign has some ground to make up, donald trump coming out here in naples florida, telling the crowd that the polls are wrong and the media is wrong. he continued to double down on the whole idea that the system is rigged against him. >> my message is this. if we win on november 8th, we will fix our rigged system. it's a rigged, broken, corrupt system. it's rigged. it's broken. it's corrupt. they want me to take that back. let me tell you, folks, it's a
rigged system. and we are going to drain the swamp of corruption in washington, d.c. >> reporter: there has been concern because donald trump is trailing in national polls he could be a drag on down ballot races. donald trump telling the crowd in naples, that they have to get out and vote. for the first time we heard him say that voters have to get out and help reelect republicans. trump also making no mention of his accusers or any threats of any lawsuits. once again, no acknowledgment he is trailing behind clinton in the national polls. john and christine. >> thank you, jason. hillary clinton is campaigning with new special guests. elizabeth warren in new hampshire today in what might be the biggest democratic weapon later this week in north carolina. hillary clinton was in north carolina on sunday. cnn's joe johns with the latest. >> reporter: john and christine,
hillary clinton wrapping up the latest trip to the tar heel state with the stop at university of north carolina charlotte talking to a large crowd here. polls showing her in a tight race in the state with trump. she is trying to use her popularity to help democrats in down ballot races. >> i'm going to do everything i can and i hope you will do everything you can to help elect roy cooper as your next governor. he has real plans. not just rhetoric. real plans to create good jobs and protect the environment. and he will stand up for your voting rights. >> reporter: earlier in the day, hillary clinton made two other stops in north carolina in the research triangle area. first stop, durham, north carolina. visiting a large african-american baptist church there. also going to raleigh, north carolina and visiting st.
augustine's university. she was accompanied by a group of women whose sons were killed in confrontations can police. hillary clinton reaching out to minority millennials and others. hillary clinton will be back in the tar heel state later this week campaigning for the first time together with the first lady of the united states michelle obama. john and christine. >> joe johns for us in north carolina. a really interesting tid bit from cnn's jeff zeleny. jeff learned that hillary clinton is secretly reaching out to the republicans in the house and senate. she is willing to work with them and will be a different kind of president with an open door policy. different by implications than president obama. you are starting to see signs hillary clinton going after senate candidates on the trail.
she is trying to put together perhaps what would be a more cooperative congress if she wins. she has been unwilling to look past november 8th to this point. >> let's bring in radio talk show host ellis henican. i want to play sound from naples, florida yesterday where trump is focusing again on the florida vote. he doesn't believe he is so behind in the polls. listen. >> i'll tell you what. we are doing well in the polls. you know, i think those polls are very inaccurate when it comes to women. i think we're doing better with women than with men, frankly. >> let's look at the abc poll numbers. likely voters choice for president, clinton 50%. women likely voters, clinton, 55%.
>> he didn't think he was in the primaries. all of a sudden polls cannot be believed. keep an eye on the 50% threshold. it is difficult for her to cross 50%. this is the first time we have seen her nose up above that. >> the abc news poll is a high end if hillary clinton is polling. a lot of people say that is too much. the abc poll was four points. there is clear there is growth here. it is clear hillary clinton is expanding her lead when trump is supposed to be closing in. it is just not happening. hillary clinton was talking about something trump talked about in the debate. listen to the former secretary of state. >> he said something that no presidential nominee has ever said. democrat or republican. nobody. nobody has ever said this. he refused to say that he would respect the results of the election. that is a threat to democracy. >> the reason i bring this up is
the abc poll so we don't have the numbers here, actually show the voters hate the rigged election argument trump is making. what is striking is that is part of trump's closing argument. >> that's his message. >> if they don't like his closing message, why do? >> go figure. they don't like to talk about women or the ethnic minority slurs. at this point, donald is donald. we need to accept that. >> let's listen to the president. president obama was in las vegas last night. listen. >> we can't elect hillary and saddle her with a congress that is do nothing. won't even try to do something. won't even get their own stuff passed. much less the stuff you want passed. all they got to offer is blocking and obstructing every
step of the way. >> the president has been on this message about blocking and fighting back republican members. hillary clinton is taking this line. >> it is the self confidence that comes when you know you are up in the polls. you don't have to worry about yourself. you can afford to think how will i govern best. clearly one answer is with the congress and senate that is more open to her agenda. >> president obama has been doing this with gusto. a mocking gusto. >> he is having fun. >> come on, man. >> it's aggressive. i think he risks turning off some voters in the middle right there. it really plays to the democratic base. hillary clinton really for the first time this weekend started going out and campaigning against republican candidates for senate. this is because she's thinking forward. >> it is interesting how that dovetails with what you said a moment ago, john. the idea of once elected how she
would govern differently. she also needs to be careful about the old bernie voters and base democrats. you got to keep them revved and out to the polls. you don't want to be wishy washy to make them think you are not the person carrying their torch. >> 15 days. major moments are behind us. debates are behind us. 15 days. what can donald trump do to close that gap? >> you know, i think the most effective thing is to get back to the message that got him here. that one that answers the anxiety of americans who feel things are just pretty tough for them. the more he gets pulled off on the other stuff. women and minority slams and complaining if the election is rigged. to me, that interrupts the message that is the one that has worked for him. >> he wanted to be a policy speech on saturday in gettysburg. it had a preamble. >> he will sue the women.
>> if he stuck with the second half of the speech, probably would have been received pretty well. >> ellis, stick around. time for an early start on your money. it's one of the biggest media deals ever. at&t will buy time warner for $85 billion. time warner is the parent company of cnn. the deal announced saturday. a union of programming and distribution. at&t combined with cnn, hbo, tnt and warner bros. studio. the biggest since comcast bought nbc universal in 2011. the largest of its kind means it faces a lengthy review by regulators. the fcc was criticized for approving the comcast deal. some now are already calling for meetings about the proposed
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welcome back to "early start." i'm christine romans. >> at&t purchasing bruce wayne and christine romans. >> all right. election day. it's here. in florida at least. early voting begins in a few hours. florida is an important state in presidential elections. if by important you mean deciding the whole thing. hillary clinton has inched ahead in most florida polls. nationally, hillary clinton's lead can be measured in feet. a new abc tracking poll shows clinton with a 12-point lead. even trump's campaign manager admits he is trailing. >> where do you see this race right now? did you acknowledge you are behind? >> we are behind. she has tremendous advantages. she has former president who is her husband campaigning for her. current president and first lady
much more popular than she can hope to be. >> trump kicked off three days of campaigning in florida overnight. jason carroll has more. >> reporter: john and christine, donald trump is trailing hillary clinton. despite his campaign manager coming out and acknowledging the campaign has ground to make up. donald trump coming out here in naples, florida, telling a crowd here that the polls are wrong and media is wrong. he continues to double down on this idea that the system is rigged against him. >> my message is this. if they win on november 8th, we are going to fix our rigged system. it's a rigged, broken, corrupt system. it's rigged. it's broken. it's corrupt. they want me to take that back. let me tell you, folks, it's a rigged system and we are going to drain the swamp of corruption in washington, d.c.
>> reporter: there has been concern because donald trump is trailing in national polls he could be a drag on down ballot races. trump telling the crowd and voters they have to get out and vote. for the first time, we have to hear him say you have to get out to reelect republicans. trump making no mention of accusers or threat of lawsuits. no acknowledgment that he is trailing behind clinton in the national polls. christine. john. >> thank you, jason. hillary clinton understands a florida victory could seal the deal. she will campaign there starting tomorrow. today she is in new hampshire with senator elizabeth warren by her side. joe johns is there. >> reporter: john and christine, hillary clinton wrapping up her stop with the university of north carolina at charlotte talking to a large crowd with
polls showing she is in a tight race with donald trump here. she is trying to use some of her popularity for democrats in down ballot races. >> i will do everything i can. i hope you do everything you can to help elect roy cooper as your next governor. he has real plans. not just rhetoric. real plans to create good jobs and protect the environment. and he will stand up for your voting rights. >> reporter: earlier in the day, hillary clinton made two other stops in north carolina in the research triangle area. first stop, durham visiting the large african-american church there and going to raleigh, north carolina and visiting st. augustine's university. she was accompanied by a group of mothers whose sons were
killed in confrontations with police. hillary clinton will be back in the tar heel state later this week campaigning for the first time together with the first lady of the united states michelle obama. john and christine. >> joe johns for us. president obama has his sights set beyond donald trump. he wants to trounce republicans in the house and senate. he accused the republicans of creating donald trump. listen to this. >> donald trump didn't start it. he just did what he always did which is slap his name on it and take credit for it and promote it. that's what he does. when suddenly it's not working and people are saying wow, this guy's out of line. all of a sudden these republican politicians who were okay with
all this crazy stuff, up to a point. suddenly they're all walking away. suddenly this is all too much. when you finally get him on tape bragging about actions that qualify as sexual assault. suddenly that a deal breaker. what took you so long? what the heck? what took you so long? >> an increasingly confident hillary clinton is reaching out to senate republicans behind the scenes. cnn's jeff zeleny learned clinton reassuring her rivals she is willing to work with them if she wins the white house. she will be a different kind of president with an open door policy. different by implication, i suspect, from president obama. she will campaign as if she were the underdog. not measuring the drapes yet, but trying to reach out and say let's get something done.
>> there is a shift. she is trying to pack the senate with as many democrats. she was not doing that before. now reaching out to republicans. i want to bring in news day talk show host ellis henican. i want to talk about donald trump's closing argument. what do you do when you are down by 12 points in the polls with two weeks to go? well, this weekend, he gave -- he went to gettysburg to give a policy speech. he talked about policy the second half of the speech. the problem was he talked about this in the first half. >> every woman lied when they came forward to hurt my campaign. total fabrication. the events never happened. never. all of these liars will be sued after the election is over. >> this was the beginning of his
gettysburg address that laid out the policy of his first 100 days. >> i don't remember lincoln saying any of that stuff. this is nuts. it's the least attractive part of trump. why in the final closing argument will you focus on the thing that so many people, especially christine, so many women, hate about you. the second half of the speech. the what i will do in the first 100 days, standard smart political closer. the man can't help himself. >> the second part of the speech was policy. talking about draining the swamp is what supporters want all along. the drain the swamp. it talks about the federal revolving door with wall street. it appeals to the voters and independents and women, frankly. it is the derailed by the other things. >> i'll sue 11 people. even if you win, you will sue? >> can i show you what may be a sign of the self destructive
nature? a new abc poll shows hillary clinton up by 12 points. if you dig deeper, it asks what you don't like about the trump campaign. it is the issue of it being rigged and issue of him to refuse the outcome. 65% disapprove. again, this is part of his closing argument. people don't like it. >> you know the people around him understand. kellyanne is a pollster. she gets that. she sees those numbers. i just don't think there is anything they can do to make him stop. >> it is a punch line on "snl." listen to it. >> will you accept the results of the election. >> i will look at it at the time because frankly this whole thing is rigged. even the media. every day i turn on the news and all of the newscasters are making me look so bad. >> and how are we doing that? >> by taking all of the things i
say and all of the things i do and putting them on tv. >> okay. i like alec. >> he's good. >> you know, a lot of people said late night has picked a horse in the race. do you think so? >> well, maybe. in a way that horse picked all of us. donald trump has run a campaign that is so easy to cover and so compelling and has been a train wreck. i don't know how you ignore that. >> don't forget "saturday night live" had one candidate host their show in the last 12 months. >> who is that? >> donald trump. yes, they having a field day with him right now, but they also tried to, you know, ride him for advertising dollars. >> he's a compelling figure. there's a reason when you add up the minutes of coverage and he has gotten so many of them. unfortunately, that did not
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strategiz strategizstru scrutiniz scrutinized. there is no real overlap. time warner is an entertainment company to at&t. let's take a closer look at the at&t and time warner deal with brian stelter. >> so many papers focusing on the opposition. they don't overlap. it is the content and the pipes that deliver the content. >> it will be a close look. it is not as if at&t has a bunch of cable channels. it has a lot of wireless and internet customers. this is a lot like the nbc and comcast deal which required a long review in washington. >> they get content. they get hbo and cnn and warner
bros. >> harry potter and anthony bourdain. >> and it gets big bang theory. you see cartoon network and tnt and cnn and tbs. some of the brands in the mix. >> what does this mean? >> think about what we can't do today. there is something called tv everywhere. our boss has been advocating for years. tv everywhere means when you have a cable package, you can watch whenever and wherever you want. in theory, that sounds great. when i walked out of the house, i had to log in with a cable id to watch "early start" on the way here. >> we should make "early start" easier to watch. >> yes. they don't hide their frustration about the pace of change. at&t's ceo says this deal will make the changes faster. the companies should speed up and make the innovations happen on a faster timetable if they
are allowed to buy time warner. >> a phone company owns a journalism company. if you look at cnn. they promised there is no meddling in the news division. >> important statement over the weekend by at&t ceo saying cnn will retain the editorial independence. he understand if at&t were to meddle and try to squash stories bad for at&t, it would squash the brand. >> at&t was so big years ago, the government broke it up. now it is getting bigger and bigger again. this is such a big deal. $85 billion deal. the partners together. that is where the scrutiny comes from. >> that is the sense. this is already one of the biggest companies in the country. it deserves scrutiny. the experts i interviewed said this will eventually pass regulatory. it will probably take over a year. talking about the end of 2017.
the bosses here at time warner say it is business as usual as they prepare for the transaction. you look past 2017 and a year from now, you can imagine cool things at&t could do with time warner programming. none of us know what the media world will look like in five years. what at&t wants is it wants to have options and doors and options so no matter how media changes and devices we watch tv on, at&t still has power. >> we will talk to the ceos of at&t and time warner. we will have that in the 6:00 hour and what it means for how you watch television and consume stuff. let's see what is coming up on "new day." future at&t employee, chris cuomo. >> interesting question to get from christine. we are bringing in the big guns on "new day." you will have a lot of employees
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twitter. at&t will report earnings tomorrow after the big blockbuster deal this weekend. it plans to buy time warner in an $85 billion deal. time warner stock jumped 8%. that stock up another 3% in pre-market trades. overall futures are higher. a big week for apple. the company reports earnings tomorrow and giving sales on the iphone 7. it is expected to reveal a fresh line of apps. they are long overdue. the mac book pro has not had an update for four years. >> nice. up next, hillary clinton and donald trump targeting florida. that state is up for grabs with 29 electr 29 electoral votes. hillary clinton turning focus in
a way beyond the presidential race. focusing on the senate and the house as well. very interesting to see. "new day" picks it up right now. we are going to drain the swamp of corruption. >> the united states is bigger than donald trump. >> every woman lied. all of these liars will be sued after the election is over. >> you don't have to be a husband or father to stand up for women. you just have to be a decent human being. >> we are behind. trump will take the case to the people. >> this is shaping up to be one of the biggest media deals in history. >> coming up on "new day" the ceos of time warner and at&t discuss the huge merger. >> announcer: this is "new day" with chris cuomo and alisyn camerota. >> good morning. welcome to "new day." it is monday, october 24th. 6:00 in the east.
guess what? the election is finally about you. hillary clinton and donald trump making closing arguments to voters in the home stretch to november 8th. the new national poll shows clinton with a commanding lead. a double digit by these predictions. remember, these are only as good as the voter turnout. clinton is starting to focus on her transition team. we are 15 days until election day. we have it covered for you. let's start with cnn's jeff zeleny. >> reporter: good morning, alisyn. hillary clinton is heading for new hampshire today. she is visiting a battleground state with a competitive senate race. she is looking to maintain an edge over donald trump and helping win the senate. we are learning she is looking ahead as we will taking more steps to plan what she believes is her transition to the presidency. a two-week fight to the finish. it's time for closing arguments.
hillary clinton striking an optimistic note. >> i want to be the president for every american. democrats, republicans, independents. people who vote for me. people who vote against me. we have to bring this country together. >> donald trump less so. >> i'll let you know on the evening of november 8th whether i'm glad. >> reporter: with 15 days to go, trump no longer talking about when he wins but if. >> if we win on november 8th, we are going to fix our rigged system it's a rigged, broken, corrupt system. >> some people are sore losers and, you know, we just got to keep going. >> reporter: a wild weekend with trump visiting gettysburg for an unusual gettysburg address. overshadowing the plan for his first 100 days in office by pl