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>> now it's time to get out there and vote. none of this will have mattered if you don't vote. >> we can't tell you who to vote for, but on tuesday we all get a chance to choose what kind of country we want to live in. >> and we didn't dress like them -- >> no, we really didn't. >> i didn't notice that we -- same colors. >> all right. >> thank you so much for spending your morning with us. >> we've got much more ahead on the next hour of your "new day." it starts right now. all right. go. >> secret service rushed trump off the stage. >> nobody said it was going to be easy for us.
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we will never be stopped. >> hillary clinton and donald trump make their closing arguments to the nation. the race has tightened even more. ♪ ♪ >> we are all working out hearts out in the final sprint to this election, and we need your help. >> we need you all to go and vote on tuesday and we are going to win back the white house. >> tonight i want to hear you roar! are you ready? it is, indeed, a new day. 7:00. 7:01 on sunday morning with one heck of a beautiful view in the nation's capitol. >> we certainly do have a great view. i'm victor blackwell obviously live here in washington, d.c. the white house behind us. two days now until we as a country determine who will be the next occupant of that building behind us.
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the final frenzy of the campaigning season across the country. today donald trump is making a big play in the blue states. hillary clinton hoping to draw more on the star power they're going to boost in those battle grounds. >> let's talk about the latest cnn poll of polls because it has changed since yesterday. it shows the race closer in the home stretch here. hillary clinton leads donald trump 46% to 43% nationally. that's 3 percentage points difference. yesterday it was 5. here is what is on tap. hillary clinton in the buckeye state in cleveland, joined by the king himself, lebron james. later she'll head to new hampshire with a concert event with james taylor. >> donald trump has five rallies in iowa, pennsylvania, virginia, minnesota, and michigan. >> an incident at a trump campaign rally in reno, nevada, has a lot of people talking. >> it happened during his speech there. secret service agents rushed trump to safety after they say someone shouted gun near the
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front of the stage. now when i say they rushed him to safety, there really was no threat. police took one man into custody but they found no weapon. cnn's correspondent has details. >> reporter: well, victor, christi, donald trump swinging through the battleground state of nevada had his stump speech interrupted by someone in the crowd. secret service rushed trump off the stage. reno police and s.w.a.t. descended. they took the man into custody. here's why they had such a response and why there was such panic in this crowd? >> we're all very interested in what mr. trump had to say as a guy in the red shirt just brushed right next to me screaming there's a guy with a gun. i guess he saw it as the guy had a sign with mr. trump's face covered. as they were trying to get his sign down, there was another gentleman standing by me with an
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orange shirt who jumped the guy first and then right afterwards the secret service came down and then police shot right in. >> reporter: you didn't see a gun? >> i did not. >> reporter: so you didn't see any weapon? >> i was -- by that point, by the time i got in and shot my video the guy was already on the floor with the secret service. >> so, yeah, i was watching -- i was watching trump speak and i heard someone scream, this guy has a gun. so i looked towards the guy he was talking about. it didn't look to me like he had a gun or at least i didn't see a gun but people were screaming that he did have a gun and immediately after that trump was taken off the stage. everyone starts dispersing. i hear people saying, let's get out of here. it's not going to be good. i took that opportunity to get closer to the front because it seemed like the armed officers had it under control. >> reporter: a law enforcement official tells cnn that no weapon was found. trump returned to the stage. he continued and finished his
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speech taking the time to thank secret service. victor, christi? >> thanks so much. no charges were filed against that man who was detained at the rally. his name is austin creitz. he claims he did not have a gun, there was no gun found but he says others in the crowd reacted negatively towards his sign. >> i just came with a sign. i literally just had one sign that said republicans against trump and when i pulled out the sign, people around me were trying to grab the sign. somebody yelled something about a gun and so that's when things really got out of hand. i mean, people were just kicking me, grabbing my arms, twisting them. finally am' very thankful for the law enforcement to quickly come because had they not been here it's possible these people could have strangled me, killed me right on the spot. >> want to point out donald trump released a statement after making his final saturday
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campaign stop saying i would like to thank the united states secret service and the law enforcement resources in reno and the state of nevada for their fast and professional response. i also want be to thank the many thousands of people present for their unwavering and unbelievable support. nothing will stop us. we will make america great again. >> let's bring in jack kingston and start talking about what happened in the moments after this incident. donald trump jr. retweeted the unsubstantiated claims that his father just survived an a sass say nation attempt. he deleted it, but by that time it had been retweeted thousands of times. and then be there's this. someone who's introducing donald trump in denver, a reverend there blamed the media. do we have the sound from that? >> you attack him every time thinking he raises a speech of
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hate. tonight i think the hate a lot of media raised against him caused an attempt of murder against him in nevada. >> all right. so, congressman, what do you make of what you're hearing there from the reverend? >> actually had trouble hearing him but i think there's always some excitement and some confusion at a presidential rally. we know that there are democratic operatives who work trump rallies. it was a big scandal. >> in this case this was a republican against trump that's what the sign here and the reverend said there's been so much talk about the hate against trump it is the media's hate that brought this upon donald trump. paraphrasing. >> i would not necessarily agree that it's the media's fault. i would say it's probably unlikely that he was an innocent
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republican with a sign. i don't think trump supporters or anybody would react to that so negatively. i think that's probably -- you know, we don't know what the backstory is, but we do know that there were paid democratic operatives that went out -- >> no, we don't. >> -- republican rallies. robert cramer. >> there was some talk but no evidence. look, i will just say this. first of all, there has been violence at trump rallies before. we've seen this. >> from democrats. >> jack, you know, that's just not true. >> robert cramer. >> there have been protests but look at what president obama did just last week in welcoming a trump protest at a democrat's rally. so, you know, democrats i think have done the best they can in what has been a very difficult environment. i was going to go to a different point, a bigger point be which is, you know, at the end of this very divisive, difficult campaign, it is hard to run for office. it's often scary.
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and people in politician's families, jack knows, he was a member of congress, they put themselves out on the line every day. they go to event after event after event. secret service can't always protect you. and i do think that we ought to just step back as americans and say, you know what, our democratic process ought to be protecting these kinds of events. we shouldn't have that kind of threat of violence at any event. >> there was an article in "the new york times" yesterday and they were talking about young girls and how they were affected by this campaign. i was reading even some of these young girls say i would never want to run for office because of what i see. >> right. >> what do you say to those people who you might want to encourage to be part of the process? >> actually, i would take it even to a different -- i think on tuesday america should be proud of itself. we've had a bruising campaign. we had over 20 candidates, maybe 25 if you count the minor
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candidates run for office. why? because in a dynamic country of 320 million people, it's worth fighting for and it's worth fighting for etiologetiologyica. people denounce that. on the other hand, if you look at the world, how do they settle their civil wars? with guns and violence and assassinations. while we're all beating ourselves up as americans, this is tough, there has been name callings, incidents, allegations on all sides, but the reality is that we should come -- we will come together on tuesday night and we will come together january 20th, 2017, when donald trump is sworn in, but it's going to be a good thing. >> i think the point christi made is important. words matter. in other countries guns often
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matter, but, you know, that article said that over 50% of teenage girls feel shame now about their bodies based on the conversations that donald trump started. and that they were aware of them was so interesting. >> really? i don't think anybody would take that. >> i'm sorry, that was actually an objective survey by teen girls. >> an objective survey. and you would call that a scientific -- >> did not support donald trump. >> they were supporters. it wasn't a political survey. it was about the conversation we are having in this country about the election and about -- >> donald trump does bear some of that responsibility. if you say he doesn't, then it's just wrong. >> when hillary calls people deplorable and irredeemable, half of the supporters of donald trump, to me i find that very offensive. >> you might, but you're not -- you're making a different point. that girls are affected by what has happened here.
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>> i think everybody has been affected because we have to understand words matter no matter what side of the aisle they're coming from. >> congressman, hillary rosen, we've got to take a break here. you both will be back with us throughout the hour. thank you so much. can lebron james help crown ohio for hillary clinton? or bring that to her camp? we'll take you live to cleveland. that's next. (announcer vo) the new pixel phone by google. only on verizon. okay, google, show me korean restaurants in boulder. (google assistant) i found a few places. (announcer vo) the only network than can power the first phone with the new google assistant, unlimited photo storage, and a stunning vr experience. how is this possible? (announcer vo) so buy a pixel, only on verizon, and get up to $400 back. and right now get 20 gigs and four lines for just 160 with no surprise overages. all on america's best network.
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what are you hearing this morning? >> we know this final push into raqqah is underway. this is very significant because isis currently controls two major cities, mosul and iraq. mosul and raqqah which they consider their de facto capitol. the people living in raqqa have been living under brutal isis rule. there is a force backed by the u.s. led coalition, the sdf. it's significant that these are local militias and they are kurdish and arab working
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together. one thing that isis has been telling the civilians, when the kurdish fighters are coming into the city, they'll be slaughtered. that's what they're telling them, they've been living with ongoing airstrikes. they have been living with violence. then all of the things that isis does to people who don't live within the very strict rules of their self-proclaimed caliphate. now they have the terror of this force moving in that they believe, many people with little access to the internet, radio or television might be coming in to do more harm to them. it is a heartbreaking situation. we know that turkey, the turkish military, while they have moved troops to the border with syria, they will not be participating in this operation because turkey believes that these kurdish fighters will be associated with a group that they consider terrorists, a group of kurds trying to carve out their own country accusing them of bombing attacks. in the center, terrified
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civilians who don't know what's going to happen next. >> yeah, those families and those pictures coming out of there have just been horrific to look at. cannot imagine what those folks are going through. we appreciate the have i latest. as we swing it back around here to where we are. >> yeah. >> washington, d.c., and what so many of you are watching in the next 48 hours, both campaigns bearing down on the battleground states. we're going to take you live to two crucial states, pennsylvania and ohio. stick with us.
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all right. ohio have moved into trump territory recently, but hillary clinton not giving up that ground there. our martin savidge is live in cleveland where secretary clinton is bringing out lebron james today. martin? >> reporter: right. royalty is certainly what is the consideration of lebron james. he is a town hero. hillary clinton is hoping that that star power is going to work for her. we should point out that election officials hearsay yesterday they saw a surge of i guess you could call it last-minute, last-weekend early voting that is taking place. in fact, saturday, yesterday, when you compare it to four years ago they did much better yesterday. so positive signs, but overall the negative is that early voting is down about 50% in cuyahoga county. this is staunchly democratic turf. it has the most registered voters in ohio. if you have a down turn like
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that, that does not bode well for hillary clinton. if she doesn't do well in the northern part, she won't do well in the middle and southern. donald trump is up 3 to 5 points depending on whose poll you are looking at. also, i should point out remember that federal judge that came out with a ruling here in northern ohio on friday. it was basically an injunction against both campaigns warning them against any interference or any intimidation of voters. well, there was a strong list of rules that the judge said both campaigns had to follow. now the trump campaign is appealing that decision. they have filed that appeal in the u.s. sixth district court of appeals down in cincinnati. so it's possible we may get another ruling. the trump folks are saying that that essentially came out of cleveland. it could be an infringement of first amendment rights. the fight for ohio is still going on here, victor and christi. >> all right. martin savidge, we appreciate it
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so much. thank you. let's go over now to another battleground state. miguel marquez is in pittsburgh, all important pennsylvania. miguel, good morning. >> reporter: good morning to you, victor. yes. pennsylvania, 20 electoral votes. hugely important. very big uphill battle for trump but he has tried to make this a race all the way along. he is counting on the blue collar white working class workers here in western pennsylvania. 67 counties in pennsylvania. in 2012 barack obama won the state with only 12 counties. so he won allegheny, philadelphia, the counties around there where most of the population is in the state. those counties alone account for about half the voters here. so the race here incredibly hard fought. donald trump will be here tonight. hillary clinton was in pittsburgh on friday. she was in philadelphia last night. she will make her closing
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argument in philadelphia on monday night. you think the state is important? they really want on the democratic side, they want to win pennsylvania because it will close off options, they say, to other states and other possibilities. the 270 for donald trump. donald trump believes he can put together the rust belt number of states like pennsylvania, ohio, michigan and wisconsin that he can force his way to 270. it is an uphill battle, but both sides fighting very, very hard for the keystone state. no early voting here, by the way. everything starts, all the action, 7:00 a.m. on tuesday. >> well then you're in the right place, miguel marquez. we'll be watching you throughout the week and you know who else is there of course? >> i do know. >> one miss katy perry. >> yeah, katy perry was there holding a rally for hillary clinton last night. she came out to janet jackson's "nasty" which likely was not a
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coincidence. many of hillary clinton's supporters latching on to -- >> that term -- >> that term using it to describe hillary clinton during the last debate. senator elizabeth warren saying nasty women vote and on november 8th nasty women are going to elect hillary clinton, but you see here katy perry holding this huge spectacle, this rally for clinton. let's listen to what she had to say. >> i admire so many things about hillary c. i agree with many of her informed, educated policies. i think hillary recognizes all of our voices and she hears us, she sees us, and she knows that we're stronger together. >> all right. so a little note there from katy perry. it is 7:26 on a sunday morning. i'm assuming some of you might be getting ready for church. well, guess what, a lot of churches, a lot of synagogues have a lot of people who are
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good morning, indeed. v8. veggies for all. does it feel like 8:30? have you changed your clock? because it's not 8:30. it's 7:30 and we just want you to be on time. welcome. on sunday at 7:30, i'm christi paul. >> at least here on the east coast. i'm victor blackwell. good to be with you. fewer than 48 hours, yes, we are counting hours, not days now until election day and the polls open 6:00 a.m. on -- in some states. the candidates and their
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surrogates are blitzing the battleground states. >> they are trying to persuade every single voter now to get that vote in because it matters. here's why. i want to give you the latest cnn poll numbers because they have changed since yesterday. this shows the race even closer in the home stretch. hillary clinton leading donald trump 46% to 43% nationally. that's a three-point difference. yesterday it was a five-point difference. >> yeah. again, we're so close here. far more than 36 million, probably 36.9 million, i think that's the number we have, they have already cast their ballot across 39 states. >> anywhere from 50 to 80 million may as well have cast their ballots on tuesday and in these final days that are remaining we've got evangelicals, a lot of them, trying to determine who they would like to vote for. this is a motivation or i guess a movement called souls to the polls. here's paula sandoval.
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>> reporter: it's a final push to shuttle parishioners from the pews to the polls. today early voting ends in a few remaining states ahead of tuesday's general election. faith leaders have one last chance to drive voters to polling locations after sunday's service. it's part of the so-called souls to the polls movement. it's adding to already high early voter turnout. >> today is our first day of souls to the polls. we are excited to see so many people out, hundreds of people that just left trinity. 400 people are stationed. we are on our way to vote. >> reporter: hillary clinton and donald trump each fought for supporters among the faithful. >> father, we thank you in the name of jesus. >> reporter: visits to churches and houses of worship became regular stops for the two candidates on the campaign trail. ♪ ♪ >> reporter: the final stretch will keep volunteers busy, too. the clinton campaign tells cnn they expect close to a million
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volunteer shifts leading up to election day. the republican national committee expects their volunteers will knock on nearly 17 million doors before tuesday and each candidate directly spending much of their remaining campaigns in battleground states. >> i'm asking you to dream big because with your vote, we are just three days away from the change you've been waiting for for your entire life. >> i want to be the president for everybody, everybody who agrees with me, people who don't agree with me, people who vote for me, people who don't vote for me. >> reporter: it's a massive get out the vote effort. paulo sandoval, cnn, atlanta. white evangelical christians have been reliable voters. a lot of them are at an impasse this time around. >> how will the evangelical vote
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affect the outcome on election day? let's discuss with sister simone campbell. she's also the organizer behind the nuns on the bus campaign. sister simone, good morning to you. >> good mornings. >> so let's start with where christi left off there, with some of the white evangelical voters who have been reliable republican voters who find themselves this time around struggling with voting for donald trump especially after the release of that "access hollywood" tape. what are you hearing? and just give us an insight into that decision-making process two days away from election day. >> well, i was just in north carolina speaking in different faith settings and spoke to a man after one of my talks and he said, i'm a lifelong republican but i feel really uncomfortable with this choice. and as we talked more what i found is that he really cares
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about those at the economic margins. in the catholic tradition the folks that pope francis talks about. what he has decided was just not to vote for president. then i tried to talk to him more about what his faith leads him to, and that is caring for those who are most often left out. i don't know where he's actually going to end be up, but what i sure encountered was his struggle to be both faithful and engaged in our political process and this is one election where, as we know, the normal is not predicted to take place. so he was feeling really pushed out of his party by their choice. i hope he can find a way to vote his values, which are much more oriented to those who are at the economic margins of our society. >> so sister simone, help us understand. maybe there are some people at home watching this and they're having the same kind of struggle he was having. how do you balance your faith
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with this election that is sitting in front of us right now? how do you finalize that decision? >> it's hard, and i want to acknowledge that it's challenging. i as a person of faith in my tradition, we care deeply about the values of life and the -- abortion is one of these hot button issues, but the challenge is is most people don't know that during the obama administration the abortion rate went down in all categories except those at the very economic bottom. what we've learned through all the study is that economic support through women makes the difference in their choice about choosing to have an abortion or not. i believe no woman should be in that position where she feels economic pressure to choose abortion because it's not a good choice. in my view, it's wrong. but what i think happens is people lose sight of the fact that economic supports for women make a difference. so i'm urging folks who share
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what's generally called a pro-life view see that as a deeper story. the deeper story is supporting all people in their life and making it possible for everyone to live in dignity. yesterday pope francis made some headlines by saying that we are responsible for everyone, that they can all live in dignity and that we need to care for those who are most left out. and in our perspective that's the balancing point. there's one issue, there's all the other issues. how each one really works to make women be able to live in dignity, and for me it's an economic support makes the difference. >> all right. sister simone campbell, great to speak with you this morning. thank you so much for being with us. >> thank you. glad to do it. >> sure. take good care. so what do trump and clinton have to do to win evangelical
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all right. let's talk about where the candidates are going today and their closing arguments with our panel. we've got hillary rosen, cnn political commentator and hillary clinton supporter. amy kremer, donald trump supporter and co-founder of women vote trump and dan who is senior political advisor to president obama. hillary, i want to start with
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something i read in "the daily beast". he wrote it will be phony to say she will beknight the country. she will get them ready for battle. that is what she will be doing. your perspective? >> i think that's totally wrong. we started to see hillary clinton make the big picture argument over the last two days. her two big final ads are all about bringing the country together. you know, yesterday and on the trail she started to say i am the president -- i want to be the president for all of america. i don't care if you voted for -- if you vote for me or not, i'm going to be your president. we have to come together. i think she's working hard. she knows that in a particularly rhetoric intense campaign like this has been that it's an extra burden on the winner to reach out, to make feel feel like this country can get united again. >> all right. let's talk about some of the specific states here, and i want to bring in michigan.
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there's no early voting there. hillary clinton, if she does not win it, she drops to 258 in the electoral vote. here's the thing. this is a state that they are focusing on. obama is going to be there tomorrow in ann arbor. mike pence is going to be in travers city. we've got bill clinton who's going to be in lansing over the next 24 hours. why is -- help us understand why michigan and what situation is going on there and why it is so pivotal this time around? >> sure. there are two reasons why the clinton campaign is spending so many resources there in the last 48 hours. first is they're cutting off one of donald trump's few paths to 270. if he can't win michigan, he can't get there. michigan does not have significant early voting. election day will be decided on tuesday. states like florida, colorado, nevada, there's already 60, 70% of the vote in. this will be the most impact.
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this is critical for them. >> let's talk about where donald trump is going. let's put up the map of where trump and his surrogates are going today. he's going to virginia where trump is up five in the real clear politics average. he's going to michigan, as we said. he's going to pennsylvania where clinton is. he's also going to minnesota. minnesota has voted for a republican three times since the 1930s. the last time was more than 40 years ago. why is donald trump going to minnesota? >> well, donald trump has said he's going to take his message to the people, and that's what he's doing. i mean, the guy is so tenacious. he campaigns nonstop. i don't know why he wouldn't go. >> he's got two days left. would it be more realistic to go to maybe a new hampshire, a state that realistically is so tight he could flip a blue state that's moved actually to the battleground? >> he has two days left and if he goes to five -- if he does five events in one day, just like the event that happened last night where the guy was escorted out, he still had another event after that one. he went to colorado. so he has been doing a large
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number of events and so if he's said he wants to take his message to the people, then absolutely that's what he should do. and we know that the people in pennsylvania and michigan, those are people that have been affected by nafta. when you're talking about the t.p.p. and he's not going to do it and hillary, you know, she says she's not, but we know she is, i mean, that is a message that's resonating with those people throughout that rust belt. and it's an important message. he has support there and that's why after the hundreds of millions of dollars that have been spent attacking him and they are still right there neck in neck, i mean, that says something. >> this is -- >> you think minnesota's in jeopardy? >> no, minnesota is not a route for him. it's crazy for him to spend time there. it would make sense for him to do three stops in michigan or three stops in pennsylvania, someplace where there may be some undecided voters but, you know, to go to -- and waste time in minnesota makes no sense to me. >> minnesota though, i mean,
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they have been independent, let's say. they've had a couple of independent votes. jesse ventura, al franken. what do you say about minnesota? >> i am as likely to win in minnesota as donald trump did. romney did the same thing. they lost by the same usual margin. there has been a lack of strategy in this campaign -- in the trump campaign from the beginning that is evident. >> but this campaign said -- he said he was going to go to these blue states. he said that from the beginning and he's following through on it. >> all right. >> at some point you want to win. >> hillary? >> he's said a lot of things he hasn't followed through on so why this one? >> dan, thank you so much. >> always good to have all of you here. and as we're leading up to election day in america, we have got every race, we have got every result for you. stay with cnn until the last vote is cast as we are now less than 48 hours to those polls opening. if you're up at 7:46, yes,
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how are you both doing this week? >> really, really great, erin. they're also buying it. >> yep. it has been a great week for me, too. my fave part was when i lost that big, huge lead i had. >> "saturday night live," taking advantage of this last saturday before all of you head to the polls, or a lot of you, if you haven't already, the cast getting that one -- i say one last jab at both candidates but i'm thinking this is not the last of it. >> no, both of these characters will be back even after the election. we have to get through the transition, inauguration. >> and they're both really good at it. after all the name kaim calling and the insults, these two characters at least had a change of heart on the show. let's watch this. >> when i am president, i will assign a special -- >> no, no, no, no, no. >> -- prosecutor to make sure she never -- >> no. >> i'm sorry, kate.
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i just hate yelling all this stuff at you like this. >> yeah. i know, right? this whole election has been so mean. >> i just feel gross all the time. i mean, don't you guys feel gross all the time about this? >> you know what i think can help us? is get out of here. >> what? where would we go? >> you'll see. ♪ >> good tv, but that ain't gonna happen. we know that ain't gonna happen on tuesday night or wednesday
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morning. >> we can wish for it. brian stetzler, host of "reliable sours" and also cnn politics reporter. this is when snl is at its best but they took a moment to make a zbloint c . >> can we compare and contrast? were you all trying to play -- >> really? >> no, we really did not plan this. >> look. >> that's uncanny. >> we get up at 2:00 in the morning or 1:00 today. >> yeah. >> we don't watch. we would love to but -- >> i thought that was inspired. listen, i love that alec even chose the blue tie. they were going for some harmony last night on snl. i think they were out of jokes and just wanted to be serious for a moment. that's where the country is right now even, too. >> we had sister simone campbell on and talk btd difficulty so
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many people are having because of the victrial. >> thank goodness for snl and the chicago cubs. >> yeah. >> we need something to bring this country together. seriously acres lot of people are sick of this. it's been exhausting, negative for a year and a half now. everybody, especially people who cover it, those of us who have been watching this every step of the way are exhausted by the negativity. this has not been a typical electio election. >> this election has exposed some of the fault lines that existed well before 2015 or 2016. there is truth to the idea that trump supporters felt ignored, overlooked all across this country, including by the media.
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it's been a silver lining that the reporters and media have had to pay pai attention to all of america. >> do you feel at the moment at the end of all of this, when the votes are counted that there will be a collective exhale? >> it's hard to tell. >> he doesn't want to say yes. >> cynical. >> it depends on how the candidates act after the election. it will be incumbent on the loser to bring the country together and also people on capital hill, right? transitioning into a new government is a difficult thing, involving a lot of confirmation hearings, that sort of thing. whether the new president can get people confirmed. >> we heard from jason chafetz that he has enough information to investigate hillary clinton for two years with or without a win or tuesday night. >> whether she loses or not. >> after the al smith dinner, cardinal dolan said there was a moment we did not see when these
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two candidates saw one another and hillary clinton said donald after this we're going to have to do something. do you expect that photo-op meeting where the winner calls the loser and they sit and talk? are we expecting that after this? >> i've been thinking about how important tuesday night is. wednesday morning if it drags on. they'll be a mile, mile and a half away from each other. clint len want to speak whether trump concedes or not. assuming she wins and pulls this off tuesday night. >> if she wins. >> right, if she pulls it out tuesday night, she will want to give trump a grace period and she will go and speak whether he concedes or not. they're not going to let trump delay it for days and days and days. the flip side, of course, is if trump is able to prevail, what clinton says is going to be very, very important, reaching out to the other side.
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it will set the tone for the next four years. >> thank you both. >> thank you both so much for being with us. don't forget, catch brian stelter on "reliable sources" 11:00 am here in these seats on cnn. we hope you make great memories today. inside politics with john king is up next. does everybody make everybody i know.s? how does he eat them all? he's working hard all night... he gets hungry. why do you spray that? well, it magically keeps the dough from sticking to our cookie cutter. with pam nothing gets stuck. ♪
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