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president obama just taunting donald trump with a series of late night slams. that is breaking overnight. and trump in denial about being down in the polls. hillary clinton's campaign now looking to help democrats down ballot. they want to pack the senate. but wait. a scathing new government report on obamacare. premiums set to sky rocket next year. a bad headline for the president may not be good for the clinton campaign. welcome to "early start."
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i'm christine romans. >> i'm john berman. nice to see you. it is tuesday, october 25th. breaking overnight. president obama unleashed on president obama. you want to watch this. the president starting with mean tweets with jimmy kimmel. >> president obama will go down as the worst president in the history of the united states. @realdonaldtrump. well, at least i will go down as a president. >> what i don't do is tweet about people who insulted me. i try to sleep so in the morning i'm actually ready for a crisis. >> when you watch donald trump, do you ever actually laugh? >> most of the time. >> there is no historical
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parallel for this to have a sitting president do what barack obama do right now. attack after attack after attack on the opposing party's candidate. we have never seen anything like it. >> no historical parallel for the last 13 months in the presidential sicycle. >> we're in the fine at fortnight. a new cnn/orc poll has hillary clinton leading by five points. donald trump points to a handful that shows a closer race. >> i believe we are actually winning. i believe we are actually winning. if you read "the new york times" and some of the phony papers. if you read this stuff, it's like what are we doing?
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what are we wasting time for? the truth is i think we're winning. >> trump accusing news organizations conspireing to damage donald trump. we have jim acosta with more. >> reporter: he is ramping up the attacks on the news media. showing dark polls showing he is losing to clinton. at a rally in tampa, he said they don't care about hard working people. here more. >> the media isn't just against me. they're against all of you. that's what it is. like hillary clinton, they look down on hard working people within our country. the media is entitled, condescending and contemptuous of people who don't share elitist views.
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>> reporter: and the trump campaign is offering alternative programming on trump's facebook page were starring in analysis of the campaign. the trump campaign officials say don't call this trump tv. john and christine. >> thank you, jim. the clinton campaign turned some of the forecacus to down bt races. let's get the latest from brianna keilar in new hampshire. >> reporter: hillary clinton is in the battleground states in the final push ahead of election day. she is changing focus not just getting voters to turn out for her, but voters to turn out for democrats who are down ballot. she is hoping if she gets to the white house, which is something her campaign feels confident about right now, she will be able to at least have a democratic majority in the senate. so that's part of the reason why she's in new hampshire getting a
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little help from elizabeth warren. the senator from massachusetts. as she tries to help hillary clinton get maggie harssan. >> he called kelly ayotte week and kelly stuck with him. when she called donald trump a role model for kids. you just can't believe this. now donald trump's not doing well and kelly is running as fast as she can away from him. i will say one thing. donald trump sure has made kelly ayotte dance. day one, she loves him. day two, she hates him. day three, she is back with him. >> reporter: maggie hassan has been leading in the polls, but kelly ayotte had been leading before. we have seen a drag on ayotte as
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donald trump struggled in the polls. it benefitted the democratic candidate here. something that hillary clinton is hoping to give a push to so she can have the democratic senate. john and christine. >> thank you. hillary clinton and donald trump have not been senator ayotte's only problem. some of the issues have been self inflicted. manu raju has more. >> reporter: kelly ayotte has been in a bind for months, john and christine. she supported donald trump, but not endorsed donald trump. that was the way to distance herself. also not anger the core donald trump supporters. she got herself in trouble this month when she was asked at the debate if she could consider donald trump a role model. at the time, she said absolutely before walking it back. i asked her yesterday. what happened. >> at the debate, i corrected that because i made a mistake.
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debates, you are asked a lot of questions at a debate. what is clear to me is neither donald trump nor hillary clinton unfortunately are role models. >> reporter: on the other side, maggie hassan tried to cover herself with the top of her ticket appearing at a rally with hillary clinton and elizabeth warren yesterday. leading the case for a one-party democratic party in washington is more effective than divided government. it really shows you all the challenges that republicans face down ticket and running with donald trump given how controversial he has been. be john and christine. >> thank you. new this morning, a price tag for obamacare premiums. the cost of the silver plan will rise 22% in 2017. that is a scathing indictment of
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the current situation with obamacare. it has donald trump vowing once again to dismantle the system. >> it's over for obamacare. and hillary clinton wants to double down and make it more expensive and it's not going to work. >> all right. let's dive deeper into the obamacare premium spike. the silver plan will rise 22% this is tin states that use it. last year, premiums rose 7.2%. bigger than any raise you are getting at work. more than three fours of policyholders will pay less than 1$100 a month. why are these costs increasing? enrollees are sicker and more costly than expected. we heard this from several
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insurance conditions. second, there are not enough healthy younger people signing up. this caused insurers to price plans too low and now they are adjusti adjusting. some are dropping out. now that means fewer choices at the moment the prices are going up. >> to my understanding, the way the law is written and has evolved, insurers are not compensated and risk corridors are not getting the money they thought they would get. it is one of the systems that needs a fix. >> a major bipartisan scrub to figure out how to and by scrub, look and find out how you can on the margins change what you need to change. >> both sides dug in. this will be an issue for the next president for sure. nine minutes after the hour. hillary clinton has a five-point lead over donald trump in the
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the new cnn/orc poll this morning shows hillary clinton with a five-point lead over donald trump. that may be a bit less than other polls you have seen. does that mean the race is tightening? not necessarily. here is john king with a look inside the numbers. >> two weeks out. the new cnn/orc poll shows a tight race than other polls. advantage for hillary clinton. you see it among likely voters, hillary clinton, 49%. donald trump, 44%. third party candidates dropping closer as we get to election day. that is typical. as we head to the stretch, let's look at why. republicans tend to win among male voters. 48% to 45%. hillary clinton wants to be the
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first woman president of the united states. a big gender gap among women voters. 53% to 41%. that helps hillary clinton heading into the stretch. we consistently seen the education gap. it persists to the end. among white voters with college degree, mitt romney won them four years ago. hillary clinton with 11 point advantage over donald trump. that is a big deal. among white voters with no college degree? that is the foundation of donald trump's support. we don't just ask who you vote for, we ask why. you see the issues and that is striking. one reason donald trump is still in the race is because he leads when voters are asked which candidate do you trust more to handle the economy. on other issues, narrowly on terrorism and immigration. what has hillary clinton said in the campaign? donald trump is unfit to be
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president of the united states. she has a 29-point advantage when asked who has the best temperament. these are the key issues for secretary clinton. you look at the poll numbers. closer than any other polls. the map that matters most is race for 270. nothing in our poll would change this map. donald trump needs to get closer to change the state data to make a race of it in the stretch. bridget kelly, a former top aide to chris christie is back on the witness stand today for cross-examination in the bridgegate trial. she said christie lied about denying not knowing about the issues on the bridge. kelly is charged to take political retribution for refusing to support christie.
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and up next, the fight for mosul. coalition troops moving closer to the key strategic city. the pentagon issues a sobering warning. we will have a live report from the front lines next.
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developing overnight. a terror attack on a training facility in pakistan killed six people. pakistani security forces killed an attacker. two others died when they detonated bombs they were carrying. new developments in the battle more mosul. coalition forces are closing in
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on the city. iraqi and peshmerga troops are along the border. the coalition freed dozens of villages from isis occupation. as they advance, it does appear to be the fact that many isis fighters are fleeing. leaving in the other direction and going to syria. cnn's michael holmes has seen this happening. michael, what can you tell us? >> reporter: john, that's right. that word coming from a senior sunni tribal leader who witnessed isis members, fighters, families knfleeing across still isis controlled territory. forces are trying to circle mosul to stop that from happening. they are not there yet. the kurds may be six miles from
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the outskirts of mosul. if you look around mosul, they are still well back. we have been covering one particular strategically important town and surroundingvilsurrounding villag villages. they tried to probe their way in. they were hit by bombs and sniper fire. what is happening today is rockets mainly fired in specific areas. that is from apache helicopters and the like. one presumes that is to eliminate the sniper positions and get rid of the vehicle-born explosive devices. kurds can then move in to that very important city. you know, it is interesting, iraqis put out a number where they have destroyed 130 truck and car bombs in the campaign. they killed nearly 800 isis
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fighters. >> thank you, michael holmes. officials urged to probe an alleged hate crime. the ncaa says school administrators at stone country high school did not follow protocol after white students threw a nuese around the neck of a black students. the school superintendent said in part the district officials will make sure policies will be followed. the major development in the death investigation of eric. the new york based fbi agents have been replacreplaced. federal authorities are investigating if garner's civil rights were violated and if the police officer seen on video
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using a chokehold to subdue garner. a grand jury refused to indict. caught on dash cam. a terrifying ordeal for a pedestrian in a ride along. the car speeding away in a traffic stop and firing from an assault rifle. watch. >> three rounds hit the car hitting the right and back windows. neither the officer or the woman on the ride along were seriously hurt. all right. time to get serious. world series serious. it begins not cleveland. game one with the chicago cubs and cleveland indians. the cubs are the favorites going in. either way, history will be made. the cubs have not been to the world series since 1945. they lost one in 1908.
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for the indians, the world series winning drought goes back to 1997. good luck to them. a lot of boston red sox on both teams. >> i biggest issue is italian beef or pizza. >> i would go with beef. two weeks to go until election day. who is winning? our poll and donald trump's take coming up.
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the race. a scathing report about obamacare. premiums will sky rocket next year. this is bad for your wallet and tough for hillary clinton. welcome back to "early start." i'm john berman. >> i'm christine romans. 30 minutes after the hour. breaking overnight. president obama taunts donald trump on jimmy kimmel. you want to watch this. starting with the president doing mean tweets with kimmel. >> president obama will go down as perhaps the worst president in the history of the united states. @realdonaldtrump. well, at least i will go down as a president. >> what i don't do is at 3:00 a.m., i don't tweet about people who insulted me. i try to sleep so in the morning
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i'm actually ready for crises. >> when you watch donald trump, do you ever laugh? do you ever actually laugh? >> most of the time. >> so was this good humor fun or was it dripping with scorn? you can see this president is deeply committed to defeating donald trump. like you were talking. there is no historical precedence for a president involved with picking his successor. democrats may love it. tweet us. i'm sure democrats love it. i wonder what republicans and swing voters think. and will there be more in the next two weeks? he has been on the campaign trail supporting hillary clinton and pushing hard to get democrats elected. >> he was mocking donald trump right there. it is the final fortnight in the election. donald trump is fighting back hard this morning.
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fighting back against the actual polls. a new cnn/orc has hillary clinton leading by five points. donald trump says that is wrong. >> i believe we are actually winning. if you read the new york times and some of the phony papers and if you read this stuff, it is like what are we doing? the truth is i think we're winning. >> so donald trump right now fighting math and also the media. cnn's jim acosta traveling with donald trump with the latest. >> reporter: john and christine, donald trump is ramping up the accusations against the news media. showing dark polls showing him losing to hillary clinton. at a rally in tampa, he said they don't care about hard working people. here's more of what they have to
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say. >> the media isn't just against me. they're against all of you. that's what it is. like hillary clinton, they look down on hard working people within our country. the media is entitled, condescending and contemptuous of people who don't share elitist views. >> reporter: the trump campaign is offering alternative programming on trump's facebook page with managers starring in analysis of the campaign. the trump campaign officials say don't call this trump tv. john and christine. >> jim, thanks. the clinton campaign seems to have turned focus to down ballot races. this as hillary clinton and allies drop new attacks on donald trump. the latest from brianna keilar in new hampshire. >> reporter: hillary clinton has been going through battleground
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states in the final push ahead of election day. she is starting to change focus not just trying to get voters to turn out for her, but get voters to turn out for democrats down ballot. she is hoping if she gets to the white house which her campaign feels confident that she feels she will have a democratic majority in the senate. that is part of the reason why she's in new hampshire getting a little help from elizabeth warren. the senator from massachusetts as she tries to help hillary clinton get maggie hassan into the senate. >> trump even attacked kelly ayotte and called her weak. and kelly stuck with him. during a debate a couple weeks ago when she called donald trump a role model for kids. you just can't believe this. but now donald trump's not doing so well and kelly is running as fast as she can away from him.
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i will say one thing, donald trump sure has made kelly ayotte dance. day one, she loves him. day two, she hates him. day three, she's back with him. >> reporter: here in new hampshire, maggie hassan has been leading in the polls. kelly ayotte had been leading before. what we have seen is a drag on ayotte in the polls. it is a reversal of fortunes here and hillary clinton hopes to give a push to have that democratic senate. john and christine. >> hillary clinton and donald trump have not been senator ayotte's only problem. some damage to the campaign is self inflicted. cnn's manu raju with more. >> reporter: good morning, john and christine. kelly ayotte had been in a bind over donald trump. she supported donald trump, but
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not endorsed donald trump. that is how she distances herself from donald trump. she got herself in trouble earlier this month when she was asked at the debate whether or not she could consider donald trump a role model. at the time, she said absolutely before later walking it back. i asked her yesterday, what happened. >> i corrected that because i made a mistake. debates, you are asked a lot of questions at a debate. what's clear to me is that neither donald trump nor hillary clinton unfortunately are role models. >> reporter: on the other side, maggie hassan trying to top herself with the top of the ticket appearing with hillary clinton and elizabeth warren yesterday. making the case for a one-party democratic government in washington is more effective than divided government. saying that the comments of being a check on hillary clinton
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is a tantamount to more gridlock. this shows the challenges republicans face down ticket and running with donald trump with his controversial candidacy. >> beautiful day in new hampshire. new this morning, a stunning price tag for obamacare. according to a new government report, the cost of the silver plan will rise 22% next year. that has donald trump stepping up his vow to dismantle the system entirely. >> it's over for obamacare and hillary clinton wants to double down and make it more expensive. it's not going to work. >> why the big jump in obamacare premiums? enrollees are sicker and costlier than they expected. there are not enough healthy younger people signing up. that is important for the pool of insured. many insurers priced their plans too low and now they are
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adjusting which is pushing subsidies higher. the government gives subsidies to folks to keep your health care costs within 10% of income. some insurers are dropping all together. that means fewer choices and less competition. five states will have one insurer on the federal exchange in 2017. alaska, alabama, south carolina, wyoming. there are big differences in costs between states. indiana with a 3% drop in premiums. arizona's will spike 116%. but had the lowest prices of any state this year. 77% of enrollees will pay less than $100 for obamacare. the number of insured americans is expected to hit 11.4 million next year. 8.6% of americans do not have insurance. you have people in insurance and
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sticker shock for folks with 22% headline. >> 22% is a huge, huge increase and it speaks to a system that several years in needs tinkering. your car needs it. >> republicans want to get rid of it. what do you do to tinker with it to fix it when donald trump, the biggest applause lines he gets on the campaign trail from 10,000 people is repeal obamacare and replace it with something else. the next president will have to deal with that. hillary clinton has a five-point lead over donald trump in the latest cnn/orc. you may say that and say that is tighter than other polls. the look inside the numbers may tell a different story next on "early start."
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a new cnn poll shows hillary clinton with a five-point lead. this is less than other polls you have seen. does that mean the race is tightening? not necessarily. here is cnn's john king with a look. >> reporter: two weeks out and the new cnn/orc poll shows a tighter race than most others. you see hillary clinton among likely voters, hillary clinton with 49%. donald trump at 44%. the third party candidates dropping as we get closer to election day. the five-point lead for clinton. let's look at why. number one, republicans tend to win among male voters. donald trump is winning. 48% to 45%. hillary clinton wants to be the first woman president of the united states. 53% to 41%. that helps secretary clinton heading into the stretch. also throughout the race, we
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consistently seen the education gap. it persists to the end. among white voters with a college degree, mitt romney won them in 2012. among white voters with no college degree? that's the foundation of donald trump's support. the 30-point advantage. we don't just ask who you vote for, but why. if you go through the issues, you see something striking. one reason donald trump is still in the race, it is a hard climb, is because he leads when voters are asked who do you trust more to handle the economy? narrowly on terrorism and immigration. look at this. what has hillary clinton said in the campaign? donald trump is unfit to be president of the united states. she has a 29 point advantage when voters are asked that question. a 15 point advantage when asked who would make the best commander in chief. you look at the poll number.
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anything in there that changes this, the map that matters most which is the race to 270. hillary clinton has an edge. nothing on the poll would change that. donald trump needs to get closer nationally and change a lot of the state data to make a race into the stretch. >> john king inside the numbers. bridget kelly, former top aide to chris christie, back on the witness stand today for cross-examination in the bridgegate trial. she testified monday that christie and senior staff denied when stating they did not know about lane closures. kelly is charged in the alleged plot to take political retribution against the ft. lee mayor. a stunning fall for once rising democratic start. kathleen cane has been sentenced to jail time for perjury and obstruction. she will serve 10 to 23 months.
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convicted of leaking grand jury information to retaliate against a political rival. she then lied it under oath. the ex-wife of disgraced subway pitch man is suing the sandwich chain. she alleged subway executives knew about his pedophilia as far as 2004, but failed to act. he is now in a federal prison. suit said subway failed every test of corporate responsibility about the complaints on fogle. will apple snap the iphone slump? company earnings revealed today. we will get an early start on your money next. p drinks tast ? then get worse? introducing protein shots from 5-hour energy. protein shots from 5-hour energy are smooth and tasty,
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developing overnight. a terror attack on a police training academy in pakistan killed 60 people. five or six terrorists entered the hostel. two others died when they detonated bombs they were carrying. some 200 trainees were rescued. developments in the battle for mosul. coalition forces closing in on mosul. iraqi and peshmerga troops a few miles from the city. fighting has been fierce along the way. the coalition freed dozens of villages from isis occupation. as they advance, isis fighters appear to be packing up and fleeing mosul for syria. cnn's michael holmes on the ground near mosul. bring us up to speed on what is happening near the frontlines. >> reporter: as you say, christine, peshmerga forces are about six miles from the out
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skirts of mosul. the distance from mosul depending on the direction, it is not uniform. advances are being made and made quickly. 80 towns and villages have now been taken in the campaign since it began. not everyone is eight miles from mosul. that is the point. they are trying to even sincirc city and that is where you see people flee the city. we have a sunni tribal leader outside mosul who has seen dozens a day fleeing from mosul crossing isis-held terrorist into syria. he said fighters and fighters' families and leaders escaping on the battle front. we have been covering that town about 20 miles from mosul. kurdish peshmerga surrounding it. they tried to penetrate a day or
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so ago and were driven back by car bombs. they still didn't get to go in yesterday, but today, we are seeing more air efforts brought in. rockets fired from apache helicopters. they are trying to identify the problem positions and take them out to the peshmerga can clear out the isis fighters. we think there are no civilians in the city. that is some good news. it is a strategic city because it is a supply route into mosul. if they cut it off and secure it, that's another step on the way to encircling the city. >> michael holmes near mosul. stay safe. authorities are urged to probe a hate crime at the mississippi high school. authorities did not follow
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protocol after a white student threw a noose around the neck of the black student. the school's superintendent released a statement saying in part district officials make sure all policies and procedures were followed. a potentially major development in the death investigation of eric garner. the justice department is replacing the team investigating. the fbi agents have been replaced to the case. federal authorities were looking into the civil rights being violated. a police officer was seen using a prohibitive chokehold. a grand jury refused to indict. a terrifying ordeal for a civilian on a police ride along in madeira, california.
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the driver of the white mazda sped away from the traffic stop. watch this. >> shots fired. >> three rounds hit the police car hitting the tire and back windo windows. the suspects got away. police say they do have leads. time for cnn money stream this morning. dow futures up coming off nice gains yesterday. investors were encouraged. oil is rising. more earnings on tap for today. p&g and 3m and caterpillar today. and shares of time warner falling 3%. well below the buyout price.
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some investors are concerned and saying at&t is paying too much for time warner. stocks returning strong gains for the year. we are keeping an eye on shares of apple today. shares up slightly in pre-market trading ahead of the company's earnings. here is the big question. will apple end the streak of slumping iphone sales despite the last two quarters. the stock is up 11% this year. iphone 7 was unveiled last quarter. our phone will be included in that report. >> apple has other issues. now at&t and time warner is happening, they are mentioned as a possible deal maker in the whole media landscape.
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>> a lot happening. we'll see if the iphone 7 helps. check out the cnn money stream app. business news from cnn money all in one feed. download it now on the app store or google play. "early start" continues right now. >> breaking overnight. president obama taunting donald trump with the series of slams on late night tv. donald trump in denial. down in the polls. the republican nominee says he thinks he is winning. hillary clinton's campaign showing confidence she is looking to help more democrats get elected with two weeks to go in the race. a scathing new government report about obamacare. premiums set to sky rocket next year. up a huge amount. this could spell trouble for the clinton campaign. good morning. welcome to early start.
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i'm john berman. >> i'm christine romans. it is tuesday, october 25th. 5:00 a.m. in the east. president obama unleashes on donald trump on jimmy kimmel. starting with the president doing mean tweets. >> president obama will go down as perhaps the worst president in the history of the united states. @realdonaldtrump. well, at least i will go down as a president. >> what i don't do is at 3:00 a.m., i don't tweet about people who insulted me. i try to sleep so in the morning i'm actually ready for crisis. >> when you watch the debate and watch donald trump. do you ever laugh? did you ever actually laugh? >> most of the time.

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