tv Early Start With John Berman and Christine Romans CNN November 3, 2016 12:00am-1:01am PDT
>> the cubs win the world series. bryant makes the play. it's over. >> there is joy in mudville tonight. the cubs win their third world series with a small 108 year gap in the middle. >> breaking overnight, a new poll in the race for president shows hillary clinton and donald trump tied in battle ground colorado. >> i'm so happy. >> you see four of us anchoring the show if you're in chicago still awake. >> i'm so excited for chicago. >> i'm john berman. it's thursday, november 3rd.
it is 3:00 a.m. in the east. how could we not start with this? the chicago cubs are world series champions. it's something your grandparents could never say. 1908. you know, all the way to 2016. 108 years. what is that among friends? the cubs, they made history the hard way. they came bam after being down three games to one. the game was insane. this was a ridiculous game. last night, so many twists and turns. already people calling it the best ever. andy scholes has more from inside the locker room. >> what a game. what a series. this is what a 108-year drought celebration looks like. and for the first time in a lifetime, the cubs can call themselves champions. >> 108 years. whoo.
>> been waiting for a team like you, boys. [ cheering ] . >> that's the story of this 2016 chicago cubs. i mean, we never gave up. we fight back. we don't care if we're playing on the road or any of that. it was an unbelievable game. >> reporter: how awesome is this moment celebrating with your teamma teammates? >> this is the best. this is what you dream for as a kid. i'm 24 years old, and i'm the luckiest guy on the planet. it's unbelievable. go cubbies. let's go. >> reporter: what do you say about this team, the way you came back from three to win this? >> we never quit. it's never over until it's over. it's over now. and we're on top. >> reporter: you did it again. what's the secret? >> no, we did it. the organization did it. the fans did it, the players did it. joe did it, i mean, total team
effort. epic game and performance. 114 wins now. so good. i like baseball. >> this just ended. this basically just ended. rain delay, extra innings. it's only been over for an hour and a half, and nothing but pure joy in chicago. still up celebrating their world series victory, partying like it's 1908. we have been out among the faithful in chi-town. cubs fans, please get home safely. no one is going home. they're all still out there. >> reporter: i know. i love how you said that they're still up. i doubt they're even going to fall asleep at this point. there's going to be a lot of sick calls at work tomorrow. so much excitement in the city. i saw one girl j she literally got down of her knees and started screaming. she didn't say anything.
she just started screaming. that's the excitement people are feeling. not only around wrigley field where we are, but all the streets around this stadium, and into downtown chicago. there are motorcades and fireworks. there is so much excitement for this team and for this huge win. not only because the curse has been lifted but also in the fashion it was lifted. what an exciting game just to end that world series. at this point here, around wrigley field police are out. they're trying to get people to go home, but as you said, i mean, at this point, it doesn't seem like anybody is going to be going home any time soon just because everyone is so happy. >> productivity in chicago today, tomorrow, whatever you want to call it, at offices around the area will be zero. >> bill murray, you know, chicago cubs fan, says that the mayor, rob emmanuel should cancel school for the next two days. if he's as good a mayor as he
wants to be, he owes it to the kids in chicago to cancel school. any parade plans yet? >> i haven't heard anything of yet. i don't know if you saw that president obama tweeted and said would you like to come to the white house before i leave? so maybe that's in for the team. i don't know about a parade. you have to believe there's going to be one soon. fans are itching for it. to give you a quick overview, when we were trying to get from downtown to wrigley field maybe 30 minutes after the game, it took us over an hour. it's not that far because the streets were just shut down with people just stopping. people running down the streets, high fiving people in cars. it's just fun to see everyone joining together especially in the city of chicago who has gone through a lot. >> absolutely. i lived in chicago during the 90s when the bulls were just the champions, and there's this
feeling in chicago when your team is on top, and the cubs have just never been there in our lifetime or my parent's lifetime that chicago has that feeling again. the fans of chicago feel like it's the michael jordan of baseball, i guess. >> it's amazing to see right now. what's also amazing is chicago completely dry overnight. completely dry town tonight. ironic they decided to institute in a. >> no, chicago drank the town dry. that's what happened. >> okay. all right. bryn for us on the north side. it's so nice to see this. congratulations to all the people of chicago who has been waiting five generations roughly or so for this. amazing to see. the world series not the only contest that is down to the wire. this whole presidential thing going on right now. overnight there was a new poll out of the battle ground state of colorado that puts donald trump and hillary clinton neck and neck. this is after some decent looking polls for hillary
clinton in the afternoon. overnight hillary clinton had a new message on the campaign trail. it sounded a lot like a negative ad version of john lennon, and today for the first time ted cruz, remember, donald trump questioned whether his father was involved in the kennedy assassination. ted cruz is going to campaign for the trump ticket in person. >> breaking overnight, new polling that shows colorado long in the clinton column is now a die. another poll showing clinton and poll in a tie in a four way race. we're joined by eugene scott. what do the numbers mean? >> they mean the clinton campaign which at one point stepped back from colorado because they were pretty confident they were going to win aren't as confident anymore. you see the numbers you shared are within the 4.2 margin of error. about 5% of voters are going for johnson, and they're hoping to bring them over to their side.
>> a high number of undecided voters five days before an election. i think it's odd, but there have been closing there. a budge of polls out yesterday showing hillary clinton was about a 4 point lead in pennsylvania. wisconsin poll that showed her six point lead. in the florida, very, very close. a budge of polls including the cnn poll showing her one or two points up. what's going on there? >> we see her trying to rally the obama coalition that was successful for the president. she's done that by earlier this week campaigning in florida and bringing out former miss universe with the hope of getting women and latino voters to come on board trying to bring attention to how problematic she thinks donald trump will be. >> north carolina, another swing state. i guess she's barely ahead at this point. >> he was at chapel hill, and i knew quite a few people who went
to hear him. he was peek speaking about voter suppression concerns in the state with voters of color. we had recent rulings from courts saying that was a big issue in the state. he really wanted to rally this community that came behind him and get them to get behind hillary clinton. >> yesterday we talked about ad spending and the clinton campaign was putting money into colorado and michigan. maybe these polls are reflecting into the internals have been showing in the campaign. >> i also think when you have your wallet bursting with cash, you have to spend it somewhere. was roy williams on the stage with president obama? >> i didn't see it, but i wouldn't be surprised. >> you gene, great to have you here. >> hillary clinton goes to north carolina today. again today, her army of big name players including president obama will be on the trail. overnight hillary clinton was in arizona, a red state that democrats had or have hopes of
turning blue. brianna keeler has the latest. >> reporter: hillary clinton in arizona trying to turn this red state blue would be the first time since bill clinton won arizona back in 1996. so it is a tall order. she has a lot of surrogates that she's relying on. big names including her running mate tim kaine who will give a speech entirely in spanish in arizona. also president obama has been campaigning for her, arguing that his legacy is tied to hillary clinton, that he needs to pass the baton to her. and for hillary clinton, she's been hitting donald trump very hard, going negative, as she tries to appeal to the voters in the middle, the ones repelled by donald trump but maybe uncertain about voting for hillary clinton. >> on january 20th, either i or donald trump will be sworn in as the next president of the united states. a lot of people are still considering who to vote for.
i think people who are considering voting for him say to themselves, you know, i don't like everything he says, and i don't like a lot of things he's done in his life, but maybe he'll become different when he becomes president. and then i think some people are saying, well, maybe i'll jut set this one out. you know, i can't really make up my mind. nothing will change if he's elected. because we know who he is. as michelle obama says, the presidency doesn't change who you are. it reveals who you are. >> it's not the positive message that hillary clinton was hoping to end this campaign on, but she doesn't have the breathing room in the polls that she had before friday when her e-mail controversy erupted again. that's why you're seeing the shift. >> all right. thank you very that. overnight donald trump introduced a new line into his stump speech praising and warning himself to stay on message.
like clinton, trump is getting help from a budge of surrogates, many named trump, including his wife and children. another notable name, ted cruz. he will join mike pence on the trail in iowa and michigan. for the latest on the campaign, let's get more. >> reporter: good morning. donald trump in his closing message seems to be trying to show late in the game message discipline. he's staying an script and reading off telepropters and trying to keep the attack lines focussed on hillary clinton. clearly the calculation from within the trump campaign is that trump should not do anything to davuate from that message. not try to say anything controversial as he has in the past that would step on that message. and donald trump at his rally in pensacola florida talked about that newfound restraint almost repeating that potentially his campaign advisors are telling him behind the scenes.
don't do anything to rock the boat in these final days. >> we've got to be nice and cool. nice and cool. right? stay on point, donald. stay on point. no side tracks, donald. nice and easy. nice. because i've been watching hillary the last few days. she's totally unhinged. >> reporter: he can focus on battle ground states. she's in jackson jill aville an carolina. melania trump is helping. she'll be delivering a warm speech and talking about her time growing up abroad and potentially what she would do as first lady. >> cnn will have the most comprehensive coverage on election night. stay with us beyond the last vote being counted. it all happens starting tuesday and well into wednesday right
here on cnn. >> the milky way galaxy. that's quite a reach. >> it's not just in america. it's way beyond. clump and hillary clinton hitting the ground hard in battle ground states. four states that will decide the presidency. what the polls are saying next on "early start". introducing protein shots from 5-hour energy. protein shots from 5-hour energy are smooth and tasty, and still deliver 21 grams of protein with 100 calories. they're great for workouts. so great that if you don't get up to fifteen percent more reps, more laps, more distance, we'll give you your money back - period. protein shots from 5-hour energy. great taste. 100 calories. 21 grams of protein.
five days to go until election day. here's brian stelter and ellis hen dpan to talk about what's going on. tomorrow donald trump giving his own stage direction. we were seeing inside what's happening on the campaign and what they're telling donald trump. >> it's feeling like it already, isn't it? we've got to be nice and cool. nice and cool. right? stay on point, donald.
stay on point. no side tracks, donald, nice and easy. nice. because i've been watching hillary the last few days. she's totally unhinged. we don't want that. >> stay on message, donald. >> would you look at camera two? >> look at camera two. wrap. >> but it has been working for him. there's been an indication the last few days he's been able to hammer home messages about obama care and about the e-mail investigation. it is working for him. even if he's sort of in on it and getting directions as he doing it. >> i'm not sure it's what he's saying. it's what he's not doing that allows the focus to stay on hillary clinton that i think is the issue. ellis, yesterday was a fascinating day. president obama weighed in on this campaign in a way he hadn't before. first of all, trying to rally african american voters directly on radio and in person.
but also after not talking about the fbi and james comey's decision, talking about it in very sort of pointed ways. let's listen to his language. >> i do think that there is a norm that when there are investigations, we don't operate on innuendo or on incomplete operation. we don't operate on leaks. >> so in the obama careful language, he didn't directly accuse comey of such things, but you could hear what he was talking about. >> it's important and dangerous. important because they seem to have had an impact on the campaign, but the dicey part is hillary needs to be careful. she's not running against jim comey. she's running against donald trump. and the fire needs to be directed at the opponent. >> we have a lot more to discuss over the next two hours. >> there's a lot.
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>> the cubs win the world series. >> hell has frozen over. pigs are flying and the cubs won the world series. a century long drought is over. the chicago cubs are world series champions. >> you can tell they're happy about something. >> they're so happy. it's just over an hour ago. also overnight, a new poll in the race for president. this one from colorado shows a tight, tight race. welcome back to "early start". >> how can we not start with the cubs being world series champions. it's something your grandparents could never say. 1908. 2016. what's 108 years among friends? the cubs making history the hard
way, coming back after being down three games to one to beat the cleveland indians an a seventh game with rain delays and extra innings. >> reporter: what a game. what a series. this is what a 108-year drought celebration looks like. and for the first time in a lifetime the cubs can call themselves champions. >> 108 years. whoo. >> been waiting for a team like you, boys. >> it's the story of this 2016 chicago cubs. we never give up. we fight back. we don't care if we're playing on the road or any of that. it's an unbelievable game. >> how awesome is this moment? >> i can't even move but i don't care. this is unbelievable. this is what you dream for as a kid, and i'm 24 years old, and i'm the luckiest guy on the planet, man. it's unbelievable.
>> it's unbelievable. >> go cubbies. let's go. >> reporter: what do you say about this team? >> we never quit. we never quit. it's never over until it's over. it's over now and we're on top. >> reporter: you did it again, what's the secret? >> we did it. the organization did it. the fans did it. the players did it. joe did it. i mean, total team effort. epic game and performance. 114 wins now. so good. i like baseball. >> he's been enjoying himself. maybe not as lucid as he was at the beginning of the game. but, look, he deserves to celebrate. he just did this amazing thing. >> you had -- >> i'm not.
it's all about chicago. i'm just explaining how he's probably the best executive baseball has ever seen. he's reversed two unbelievable curses and brought joy to the city of chicago like we have not seen. they've been up all night, and bryn is there. what are you seeing? >> reporter: i'm cracking up because just a minute ago we had cubs fans chanting cnn, and i'm like, wait, don't you want to cheer cubs. it's ban crazy night. i want to zoom in on this for you. world series champions, wrigley field for you, christine. >> i love it. >> i can hear you melting over the air. >> reporter: the it's been an incredible night. john said it. people are awake. they're not going home any time soon even though police are trying to get people to go home, but the excitement is building throughout the night and probably into the morning and probably even into the next day and for a long time. i was talking to one guy.
this painted the perfect picture. he's like this is generational. you have fathers to watched baseball games with their sons and mothers with their daughters and kids, and you remember those moments of watching these games and hoping and wishing the cubs would win and finally the day is here. one man said his father passed away a year and a half ago, and he was crying because of this win. there's so much excitement in the city, not just around wrigley field where the police are trying to push people back toward their homes, but the excitement stretches into downtown chicago, and it is not going to be stopping any time soon. >> clothing optional, apparently as part of the celebrations. >> taking your shirt off is what you do when the cubs win, i guess. >> reporter: what? >> i have to ask you, i think that we don't know what kind of celebrations they have planned quite yet, the team has to come
home from cleveland. wrigley just must be, i'm sure wrigley will be ground zero for people. that will be the toeuch stone, you want look close to there, and the bars. >> that was the moment when it happened last night. >> reporter: yeah. i have to say right now even though the police are trying to get people to go home, they are allowing everyone to sort of. kom in and stand at a point where they can take a picture of the sign. it's a moment that needs to be captured where it says world series champions at wrigley field. they are allowing that, and that is ground zero right now for cubs fans to get that moment and ta take it in and continue celebrating. celebration isn't stopping. we're seeing people everywhere. >> have to be very patient tomorrow. >> bryn, say hello to your knew pest frien best friends singing and dancing
all around you. they deserve to celebrate. it is a wonderful thing. >> that series is not the only contest that is down to the wire. there is this running for president thing, and that's a big contest at the moment. a new poll out puts donald trump and hillary clinton neck and neck in colorado after decent looking polls for clinton in the afternoon. overnight clinton had a new campaign message that sounded like a negative ad version of john lennon, and today ted cruz will campaign for the donald trump campaign in person. >> today ted cruz will be out for the trump ticket. all right, a brand new poll from battle ground colorado. it shows the race there tied. this is from the university of denver. it shows them both at 39%. although, again, this is a very high undecided here with five days to go before the race.
i'm sure this is not a number that will make the clinton team happy. eugene, colorado is a state where the clinton campaign has barely gone, and for a long time wasn't advertising at all, and now they're back up and we can see why. >> donald trump was very much there when they were absent, and a lot of millennials in that state were on board the gary johnson campaign. they're seeing now, especially in right of the new allegations from the fbi, that interest in the clinton campaign isn't what they want it to be. what about florida? it's a virtual tie. who has the momentum? >> clinton has the momentum in florida and pennsylvania. she's banking on the obama coalition to take her to the next level. she's been aggressive in reaching out to women voters and talking about what a presidency from donald trump could be if they don't vote for her. >> the difference between
florida and pennsylvania, the pennsylvania shows clinton with a four point lead. florida is almost tied. one has early voting, the other doesn't. they can turn out people in early voting in florida. they can't in pennsylvania. the voters don't show up there until tuesday. another early voting state is north carolina. the president is there tomorrow and again on friday. it's like a hillary clinton don donut. she's there today. north carolina is interesting. historically everyone thought north carolina was a red state, but it's a bit more purple because of urban cores with democratic voters in there and lots of college students there. and so we'll see what's going to happen there. >> five days to go. watching the polls like a hawk. thank you so much. hillary clinton goes to north carolina today. her army of big name players including president obama will be on the trail.
brianna keilar has more for us. >> reporter: hillary clinton in arizona trying to turn this red state blue would be the first time since bill clinton won arizona back in 1996. so it is a tall order. she has a lot of surrogates that she's relying on. big names including tim kaine who today will give a speech entirely in spanish here in arizona. also president obama has been campaigning for her arguing that his legacy is tied to hillary clinton, that he needs to pass the baton to her, and for hillary clinton, she's been hitting donald trump very hard going negative as she tries to appeal to those voters in the middle, the ones repelled but donald trump but maybe not certain about voting for hillary clinton. >> on january 20th either i or donald trump will be sworn in as the next president of the united states. a lot of people are still
considering who to vote for. i think people who are considering voting for him say to themselves i don't like everything he says, and i don't like a lot of things he's done in his life, but maybe he'll become different when he becomes president. and then i think some people are saying, well, maybe i'll just sit this one out. you know, i don't -- i can't really make up my mind. nothing will change if he's elected. because we know who he is. as michelle obama says, the presidency doesn't change who you are. it reveals who you are. >> it's not the positive message hillary clinton was hoping to end the campaign on, but she doesn't have the breathing room in the polls like she did friday. that's why you're seeing the shift. >> all right. brianna keeler for us in arizona. donald trump introduced a new line into a stump speech warning
himself to stay on message. like clinton, donald trump is getting help from a bunch of surrogates, a lot of them named trump. his wife and children all on the campaign trail. and ted cruz is going to be out there on the trail today for donald trump. campaigning with mike pence in both iowa and michigan. let's get the latest on the trump campaign from cnn. >> reporter: good morning. donald trump in his closing message seems to be trying to show late in the game message discipline. he is staying on script. he's reading off teleprompters. he's really trying to keep the attack lines focussed on hillary clinton. clearly the calculation from within the trump campaign is that trump should not do anything to "deviate from his message. and donald trump at his rally in pensacola, florida talked about
the newfound restraint almost repeating what potentially liz campaign advisors are telling him behind the scenes. don't do anything to rock the vote in these final days. >> we have to be nice and cool, nice and cool. right? stay on point, donald. stay on point. no side tracks, donald. nice and easy. nice. because i've been watching hillary the last few days. she's unhinged. >> reporter: donald trump will continue to focus on battle ground states. a midday rally in jacksonville, and then to north carolina. and melania trump will be hitting the campaign trail solo. she'll have a big speech in philadelphia. campaign aides say she'll be delivering a warm speech and talk about her time growing up abroad and potentially what she would do as first lady. the tv ad race spending -- spending race is on. the clinton campaign more than doubles the total unloading an additional $18 million in the
final days. the campaign has burned through $32.2 million. she's trying to shut the door on trump. blue state voted for barack obama. nearly 700,000 in wisconsin. the trump campaign is vowing to spend 25 million on ads in the final week. we haven't seen any evidence of the spending. it will target florida, michigan, nevada, colorado, new mexico, and iowa. both campaigns bought four spots in last night's world series game. >> if you want to watch the election returns next tuesday, you know where you can do it? right here. cnn is going to be all over this until every last vote is counted. all day coverage tuesday. all night coverage tuesday night. this is going to go into the morning on wednesday no matter
hennigan. thank you for being with us this morning. >> who are the cubs of the campaign? that's the question. >> that's a good question. hillary clinton is a cubs fan. >> born in chicago. >> however, trump has a building there. >> you could say the cubs winning is like hell freezing over and which candidate winning would be like that? >> someone no one expected a week ago suddenly pointed out in the last minute. >> you can make both argument. last night donald trump was in pensacola, florida. a state that cnn now shows hillary clinton with a slight lead, although ssessentially ti in the last week or so. and donald trump warning himself almost to stay on message. let's listen. >> it's feeling look it already, isn't it? we have to be nice and cool. nice and cool. stay on point, donald. stay on point.
no side tracks, donald. nice and easy. nice. because i've been watching hillary the last few days. she's unhinged. we don't want any of that. >> it's a little bit like john berman during the commercial breaks. i got this covered. i can do it. >> we all do the same thing. >> this is what fans love. he doesn't hold it back. clearly his advisors had been coaching him, and he wanted us to know about it. >> he read the stage direction out loud. >> the message five days out, this is something reporters and pundits have been saying for months. if donald trump could just stay on message. >> it reminds us how low the bar we've set is. if you can just say something -- you're going a great job. >> even earlier he talked to an nbc reporter. >> i'm glad you talked about it yet. let's find that sound.
he called out katie tur he was standing back. this is at a rally where people taunt journalists. this was a strange moment. >> he was saying nbc wasn't going to show the crowds and the real story. obviously all the networks and broadcasters do show what's happening at the rallies, the good and bad. he's called her out many times over the many months of this kpan campaign in a way that sounds strange. i wonder if his advisors said don't do it, and later in the day he said, he tried to take it easy, playing it cool. >> he's a good reporter. she's a pro. it is an undeserved hit. >> doing her job. >> attacks on the media and trump has been trying to stay more on message. he's been complaining less about the coverage and not talking about a rigged election as much as he was. maybe that's because he's feeling more confident about the polls. >> someone is talking about
concerns about voter suppression in north carolina. listen. >> a few years ago in north carolina republicans passed a law to make it harder for pressur african americans to vote. that is not my opinion. earlier this year a federal judge said that based on the evidence those who voted for these laws targeted black voters with, and i'm quoting, surgical precision. it was one of the worst voter suppression laws in the country. here in north carolina. not back in the 1960s. now. already right now donald trump is calling on his supporters to monitor certain areas. where are those certain areas he's talking about? >> certain areas in certain parts of state when he was talking about pennsylvania. how effective do you think the president is on this point? >> he's great, and he picked a
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