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to any screen. download the xfinity tv app today. we have been waiting for you here. it's sunday, good morning. i am christi paul. >> i am victor blackwell. "new day" starts right now. democrats billing it as a day of action. 45 rallies across the country, 45 expected to be a show of force against the republican plan to repeal the signature health care law. >> will it matter as republicans
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are poised to take full control of power in washington. also, new this morning, the president-elect is adding to his twitter attack on a civil rights icon. democratic congressman john lewis should finally focus on the burning and crime infested inner cities of the u.s. i can use all the help i can get. >> this is leading to the democratic lawmakers saying they will boycott on trump's inauguration. >> to tear down john lewis is definitely detrimental to his cause and not going to play well with african-americans. >> half of the world needs to get over it now that trump is in. >> what do you make of that comment there. he got over it when obama got in, and people have to get over
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now that trump is in. did we ever see this happening, the attacking of a civil rights hero, john lewis, and the back and forth between him. >> it would be difficult to find a more represented political action. it's something the president-elect attacked in his tweet. i think this is clearly motivated by donald trump feeling he was unfairly attacked by john lewis, who suggested he was not a legitimate president. it's something that threatens to detract from the inaugural week for donald trump, and presidents used the inaugural address to foster international unity to get over the wounds of a divisive campaign, and donald trump is a much different politician, and unconventional politician, and this is one that
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perhaps even he would like back, because it makes it much more difficult for him to stand up at inauguration day on friday and ask americans to come together in the spirit of national unity, and to get over the wounds of the election. donald trump is not a president and a politician who steps back from a controversy once he's in it, and this is something that detracts from the spirit of the inauguration week. >> a republican strategist said this in the "washington post," we listened to democrats saying any suggestions the results wouldn't be accepted is dangerous and unpatriotic, and now those same people are trying to delegitimize trump and saying he should not be recognized as the elected president.
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>> to be fair, donald trump won the election, and he won a majority of electoral votes and will president, and it's clearly something he is very sensitive to, and any suggestion he tkpbtd win the election fair and square, he has a point at the same time. the legitimacy of a president has been something festering in america for a number of years, and probably the last president, a majority of the people believed was a president was perhaps george bush, and there were advanced arguments that the president at the time is not legitimate and it's a symbol of the increasing partnership. so this is a theme that has been festering in politics for a long time. donald trump is clearly very
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sensitive, and not just in the attacks from the democrats but also, you know, the issue of the alleged russian hacking of democratic servers in the election, and any suggestion that he is not a legitimate president, you know, these arguments that are taking place ahead of the inauguration, i think all are for a very difficult time and a very partisan time ahead, and is something that is not going to go away anytime soon, however, donald trump tries to bring the country together in his inaugural address friday. >> appreciate it so much, and thank you. let's continue the conversation with oliver mcgee, a former white house senior policy analyst and a former trump adviser. dr. mcgee, good morning to you. >> good morning. >> let's start with your take on this exchange between congressman lewis and now what we have seen two responses through three tweets from the president-elect. what do you make of the
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exchange? >> one thing we have to be sure a. tweet last for about 18 minutes and then disappears in the mist, so therefore we have to really take -- >> i don't understand that. >> well, a tweet basically lasts for 18 minutes. >> how does a tweet last for 18 minutes? >> by the technology. we have to move on. >> i can go on twitter right now and read the tweet. tweets from donald trump that go back years are still there. >> yes, but what we have to look at is that john lewis is essentially an activist that was acting at the time of rule of law, and eventually he was creating rule of law. he's like a greek statesman who has really established, in that time, humane rule of law. essentially for donald trump to be able to get in that type of
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conversation in an 18-minute tweet is distracting. >> are you talking about snapchat or something? when we are looking at tweets, this is a running list of these comments that trump has made, anybody on twitter has made that goes back years, and even if you delete it it can still be recovered. lets put that aside. >> thank you. >> do you agree that congressman lewis is all, talk, talk, talk and no action? >> essentially what i am trying to say is congressman lewis is viewed favorably among blacks and whites left and white of the aisle, because he's establishing rule of law when he is doing his activi activism, and that's the wrong territory for activism on the
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week of inauguration, and we have to look at technology and how we communicate, and what we are going to see in the trump administration is a brand-new change of how we do that, and how we do presidential tapoliti. >> let's talk about technology and what we have heard from the president-elect since his election. we wanted to have a graphic illustration of this, but i will just read the list because it's quite impressive of the companies and actors and politicians and news agencies that the president-elect has attacked directly since the election. toyota, chuck schumer, nbc, president obama, bill clinton, vanity fair, jill stein, "saturday night live," alec baldwin, harry reid and the cast
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of the broadway show, hamilt"h " "hamilton," is that appropriate for an incoming president because we know he will continue to tweet? >> what you are seeing right now is nothing new than what you have seen in the campaign that cnn has eloquently covered. i enjoyed your reading of that entire list, but what he's do something changing how we market technology, and this is a president that will stay on the offense. >> ahear that. my question to you, sir, as an adviser if you were advising the president-elect would you advise him to continue in this fashion, going after actors and news outlets through twitter and i am sure he has other things to do? >> i am sure most advisers are letting trump be trump, and that's how he got elected and that's what he is going to continue to do. what we are going to see is a
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thoughtful and eloquent inaugural speech coming up on this friday, and he's going to be talking about what he was doing with immigration policy and what he plans to do in markets and creating jobs. right now this election is really about enough, and he's going to talk about what we are doing about health care and how he's going to repeal and replace at the same time. he's going to talk about how he is going to energize the technological innovation in this country, and because if we don't build that we won't build capital. >> we will look forward to that inaugural speech, but until then we have a few more days, and if donald trump continues with the pattern we will be adding to this list. oliver mcgee, thank you so much. >> thank you for having me this morning. >> sure. cnn is taking a look at ivanka trump's influence on business and now washington, and
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see that special report "first daughter:ivanka trump." tomorrow at 9:00 p.m. eastern. and banning together to boycott the president-elect's inauguration. more on that growing protest, ahead. a family torn apart by a kidnapping 18 years ago, guess what? finally back together. an emotional meeting ahead. and then a social media post that did not acknowledge the observance of martin luther king day. >> we are being called racist, and that's just unfortunate that we are now being painted with that brush. (man vo) it was may, when dad forgot
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there's a growing number of democrats now making a push to abandon trump's inauguration, with some bowing out after donald trump lashed out on john lewis on twitter yesterday. the number of democrats who are not going -- these are house democrats, up to 18 planning to skip the swearing in. >> and that includes congresswoman barbara lee who spoke about why she could not be there on that day. >> while the transfer of power, i can't celebrate on inauguration day what has taken place in terms of the president's overall agenda and the divisiveness in his bigoted
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approach to governance. for example, i cannot celebrate attacking a gold star family, and i cannot celebrate the deny owe tkpwraeugs of women, and building the wall with mexico and can't celebrate he would try to deport dreamers and i can't celebrate he has put a person who has been on the side of equal justice of the law like sessions, and there are many reasons i can't celebrate on that day, and i just decided several days ago that it would be very hypocritical for me to be there celebrating this agenda that he has put forth. >> cnn's political correspondent with us.
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some are breaking tradition and not going to the inauguration as we heard from representative barbara lee, and how much do you think this rift with john lewis is attributing to what we are seeing now? >> it could be a galvanizing event, and democrats are weighing their respect for the office and their tradition against donald trump, and it's a continuation of what we have seen since the election, and there are a lot of people who voted for donald trump and are enthusiastic of him taking office, and we have never seen the protest that is scheduled for the day after the inaugural, and if you look at the public opinion during the transition, his approval rate something lower than we have seen, and
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highly likely it will be the first president who comes in with less than a majority saying they approve of his job performance. it's a reflection of how deep the divides are in the country after this election, and the list that you talked about in the last segment about all of the people he atotackeattacked. >> let's talk about the divide tinley here, because more than 150 top donors are going to be discussing how to hold trump's administration accountable and trying to find a strategy for future democratic wins. what is the democratic strategy? >> the fundamental challenge democrats have is that they have a coalition that is deep but narrow. they have won the popular vote in six of the past seven elections, which is something that no party has done in the history of the american politics but they have done that by strong performances among three groups in particular, minority and millennial and college
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educated whites, and all of those are concentrated along the coast and in urban areas and they are struggling enormously outside of those areas, and that's what caught up to them in this election in the states that decided it of michigan, wisconsin, and pennsylvania, and they simply were not competitive in enough places, and i think the fundamental choice democrats face is do you double down on trying to squeeze more out of their coalition, the key groups of which they are growing as the shared electorte, or do you find a way to talk to those that moved away from the party. you can win the presidency by squeezing out the coalition, and you can't win the congress, but they have to find a way to get back in the conversation with more of those blue collar and not urban whites. >> and they have to find a new
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dnc chairman, and who do you think it should be? >> it's not our place to say who it should be, but do you want a choice that is fundamentally about energy -- energizing, and even with all of that hillary clinton would have won if she would have inspired obama-like turnout among the groups as well, and so it's an important symbolic choice but the party chair is of limited long-term importance, and that's how they position themselves against trump and the nominee the next time around. >> very good point. ron brownstein, always good to have your perspective. thousands of people back
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that this mother has waited 18 years for this moment, the
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child introduced to her biological parents. she met her family at the south carolina police station yesterday, and that's in the small same down where her alleged kidnapper raised her as her own daughter. his biological father said he never gave up hope and that one day she would be found. >> just for anybody that knows, keep hope alive, and if it can happen to me it can happen to anybody. >> how the your meeting go? >> it was beautiful and wonderful, and couldn't have went no better. >> what was the first thing she said to you? >> she was glad to meet us. >> gloria williams is accused of dressing as a nurse and abducting her from a hospital in florida in 1998, and new trips helped to track her down and the
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dna tests proved that the parents were another family. there's a $100,000 reward for information to help find this man, lloyd. he is suspected of killing his girlfriend last month, and in the meantime sergeant clayton received one final honor at her funeral, she was promoted to lieutenant as her friends and family said good-bye to her. >> reporter: it has been a song in orlando, a. >> we are here to honor the beautiful life of an extraordinary person, wife, daughter, mother, sister, police officer, leader. >> master sergeant debra
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clayton, a 17-year-old veteran of the police department laid to rest. >> we all struggled this past week to come up with the words to soften your loss, and there aren't any. words cannot begin to express our heartache. >> reporter: more than 1,000 people attended her funeral at the first baptist church of orlando, and officers all around the country came to. >> she was courageous. >> before the service began, two colleagues and friends reminded everybody how big of a void was left behind because of her death. >> it's a sad and senseless death, and she loved her job, and she's going to be missed but never forgotten. >> she had a passion to make orlando better, and she, like myself, grew up here in orlando, and for her to be taken away by somebody in the community that she loved, somebody that was from the same area, is just
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hard. >> she was murdered by a man police say was already on the run for allegedly killing his pregnant ex-girlfriend in december, and in an exchange that lasted less than 30 seconds, police say floyd look the life of sergeant clayton, and at one point he stood over her body and continued to fire even though she laid on the ground, defenseless. >> as we celebrate the life and the legacy of master sergeant debra clayton -- >> of the more that 700 officers in the city, clayton was one of the most engaged in the orlando community, an officer, yes, and also a activist determined to bridge the gap between the police and community. >> the message to lloyd, if -- >> i don't have something nice to say right now. >> you won't get away with this.
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we are -- i am confident in our department, and we will turn over every stone to find you. >> thank you. >> we are all very sorry. >> nick valencia, cnn, orlando, florida. to president-elect trump kicks off the martin luther day weekend, firing back to civil rights icon, john lewis. >> also less than a week until inauguration, and another performer backing out now. why broadway star jennifer holliday says she's not going ppb just 4 doses a year after 2 starter doses. stelara® may lower your ability to fight infections
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it is so good to have the company. i am christi paul. >> i am victor blackwell. the democrats are planning 45 rallies across the country, the last stand against the gop to repeal obamacare. >> also new this morning, as congressman john lewis' supporters call for donald trump to apologize for slamming the civil rights icon, the president-elect doubles down on his twitter attack, and trump saying in another tweet, john lewis should finally focus on
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the burning and crime infested inner-cities of the u.s. i could use all the help i can get. local leaders in lewis' district are rushing to defend the congressman and calling for action from the president-elect. >> congressman john lewis is not just an icon in atlanta, but he's a national icon and put his life on the line for all of us, and i certainly want to show my respect to him. i think this is a great opportunity for me as chairman of the county for me to extend an invitation, and i think donald trump doesn't know much about atlanta and i want to call him out on his promise to fix america's cities. >> let's turn to foreign affairs now. mexico says it will retaliate if trump fires the first shot in a trade war. china says that warning the
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president-elect to not mess with the bedrock of the u.s., is there an economic battle brewing? president-elect trump made his reputation as a dealmaker, but china and mexico have made it clear not everything is up for negotiation. first, china, in an interview with the "wall street journal"s mr. trump said everything is under negotiation, including one china. one china is the policy that accepts that taiwan and the mainland are the same china, and china's government released a statement that said there is but one china in the world, and it's nonnegotiable. the president-elect clearly does not see it that way. >> i fully understand the one-china policy, but i don't why we have to be found by
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one-china policy until we make a deal with china. >> and mexico along with u.s. companies that have sent jobs across the border. >> there will be a major border tax on these companies that are leaving and getting away with murder, and if our politicians had what it takes they would have done this years ago. >> mr. trump said a tax on those products could be as high as 35%. on friday mexico's economic minister said his nation could be forced to retaliate and a tariff will have a wave of impacts that could take us into a global recession. it's not limited to the mexican government, and the u.s. chamber of commerce said 6 million jobs depend on mexico. >> tariffs in general wouldn't be positive. i think the thing is making sure that as the president-elect gets
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into office and as the administration gets into office that we can have a fact-based discussion. >> what that discussion looks like could determine the fate of the economy, here at home and around the world. >> let's talk more about this with ron brownstein. he's a cnn senior political analyst. good morning to you again. >> good morning. >> i want to start with you where i started at the top of the story, is this just political posturing or are we on the brink of a trade war? >> well, a tougher line on trade, a protectionist view of trade has been the most consistent note from donald trump throughout his commentary on public affairs tracing back decades. it's very clear he wants to both renegotiate our kind of trade relations, and walking away from the trance pacific partnership,
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and also that he has been willing to call out and challenge individual companies on their investment decisions and investing in plants overseas in a way that over doubtedly, if president obama had done, you would have seen the commerce building spontaneously combust, and it's clear there will be a different direction on trade and how far it goes and what kind of pushback it gets remains to be seen. >> and currency manipulation is at the center of this and that's the reason many companies are moving to or are manufacturing and have been in china. i want you to listen what he told jake tapper at the start of the campaign about why his ties were manufactured in china? >> unfortunately you would see that it's very, very hard to have anything in apparel made in
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this country? do you know how much is made in so many other places. i know you bring that up, but i put ties -- >> it seems interesting because you dinged ford -- >> no, i don't ding them and i think it's a great deal, but i don't think i would let you do it. >> there's an asterisk here that trump companies are benefiting from the policies, and then he depraoeufz american companies for exploiting -- >> if we are going to list all the ways donald trump's actions and words collide with each other -- there's no question american companies have relocated production overseas in a way that has hurt manufacturing employment in the u.s., and on the other hand, a lot of manufacturing jobs in the u.s. are dependant on what are
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viewed as a global supply chain, and one of the reasons we can still assemble cars in the u.s. because some of the cars are produced at lower usa, and integrated north american supply chain. imposing tariffs on imports from mexico might make it tougher to assemble finished cars in the u.s. that now support jobs in places like tennessee, and michigan, and other states where we have assembly plants. the global economy is an integrated beast at this point, integrated machine, and kind of pulling away at anyone point. there are a lot of jobs dependant on exports as well, and closing markets could have a damaging affect in that respect on the other side of the ledger. >> we'll see how far he goes. and we have a few days until we hear if it's mentioned in the inaugural address. ron brownstein, thank you so
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♪ ♪ ♪ broadway star, jennifer holliday s. not going. she is a singer backing out of donald trump's inauguration this week, and her publicist said she decided not to perform after an outcry from fans. her publicist said the inaugural committee announced her performance before it was official, and she said it was the outcry from fans, and what are you hearing?
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>> some in the gay community were heartbroken and troubled by her decision to participate. this article according to jennifer holliday said. in light of the information pointed out to me via the "daily beast" article, my only choice must now be to stand with the lgbt community and to staten equivocally i will not perform. this welcome concert will take place on thursday at the national mall, and there are other performers listed but jennifer holliday saying she will not be there. >> speaking of the inauguration, we are know there are a lot of democrats boycotting it. i want to read a tweet from donald trump, he said inauguration day is turning out to be bigger than expected, and what does he know that we don't
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know, brian? i am assuming this is surprising? >> yeah, i think he was saying that without referencing jennifer holliday's decision, but clearly aware of her decision, and it's going to be interesting to see what kind of crowd size is at the inauguration, and there are some questions about how big the crowds will be for trump, and we know we are not going to see the kind of a-list performers because hollywood leans left and the entertainment industry leans left and some artists say they will not show up. here's alec baldwin pretending to be trump. >> i mean, who was excited for my inauguration day? yes, thank you to those people over there who i definitely did not pay to do that. we have some of the biggest performers in the world lined
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up. three doors down. also from america's got talent, we have jackie what's her face. best of all, we have the one rock ette with the least amount in her savings, and jennifer lawrence will all be at my inauguration -- >> alec baldwin will not be there, but did mention some of the performers that would be there, and three doors down and jon voight will make an appearance, and jackie will perform. >> we appreciate it as always. >> thanks. victor? still to come, an immediate
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backlash on social media after the city of biloxi, mississippi, referred to the national holiday we all know as martin luther king day as great americans day. a biloxi city official joins us next to set the record straight. plus the ring hreupbg brothers circus, news this morning that a lot of their fans did not see coming.
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48 minutes past the hour right now, and the city of biloxi, mississippi, at the center of a social media firestorm after referring to martin luther king day as great americans day. they did it in a twitter post. we want to read what city officials twisted on twitter and facebook, and it since has been deleted. >> so that name was set in 1985, and according to the city of the website the change was made in order to comply with the state
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and federal laws that called it a different name, and they are calling for a special meeting to formerly change the name. and the city manager, vince creole, good morning to you. i went back and searched the city's twitter account and this is where the statement was just posted in 2016 it was not referred to great american's day, and why the use of the phrase this year? >> what you saw last year was a reference to -- you saw a reference to the mlk day parade, and you saw a reference to the city's mlk day parade and celebration, and in fact i thought it was very clever, mgm meet mlk, and we had a huge celebration in downtown biloxi, but what you saw on twitter on friday was a reference to the
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city's actual holiday that comes out of a city ordinance that was done 32 years ago, and that one line just exploded across the country, and it also caught our major and city council by surprise, and quite frankly a lot of people in our community, and the out lash, as you said, it was immediate. >> it was. >> and it's continuing, as a matter of fact. >> let me -- before you move o. i want to get to the origin of it? >> monday is mlk day in biloxi for a number of years, and i will tell you biloxi has a celebration prior to hurricane katrina in 2004, we had between
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5,000 and 7,000 people in biloxi to see the african-american university marching bands we had in town, three of them. >> yeah, we have the video up of a previous parade. let me ask you this, from what i read of the state code, third monday in january is great american's day to celebrate the birthdays of dr. king and robert e. lee. why was it a good idea to celebrate the birthday's of a civil rights activist and a confederate general on the same day? >> well, if you read the posts and tweets i am seeing, who would have thought it was a good idea. what was done back in 1985, flew yea -- 32 years ago, the leaders at the time were trying to reconcile the holiday already in
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existence, and the name great america's day was something that was led by an african-american member of our biloxi city council. the thing i wanted to mention to you here today is we are talking about what is happening in biloxi today and we are talking about what is happening in the future, and it's going to be a great day on monday morning when our mayor and city council have a formal acknowledgment of something that we have been doing for a long time here in biloxi, and that's what has been so disheartening -- >> what will be the change? will this name change? >> the change is going to be mlk day. it's going to be dr. martin luther king jr. day, and we are going to have the exact name that you find on the federal registry. i think it's martin luther king's birthday, but we will call it the same thing we have been calling it, and that's
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martin luther king jr. day. there was a tweet that called it great america's day. in the characterization, the city ordinance as well, and the precedent was the state law, and let me get to the characterization of great americans. does the city of biloxi consider robert e. lee to be a great america, and his goal was to split up the country? >> my goal here today is to tell you the city of biloxi -- >> i got your goal. i have a question. does the city of biloxi consider robert e lee to be a great american being his goal was to separate america? >> biloxi, mississippi, celebrates mlk day and we are going to do that on monday
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morning in a formal way followed by a great community outpouring for a beautiful celebration that we have had every year. >> thank you very much. good to have you this morning. >> thank you. they called it the greatest show on earth, and it was the truth, and why circus lovers could use somebody to cheer them up this morning. knows how it feels to seeetes your numbers go up, despite your best efforts. but what if you could turn things around?
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it's the record sixth straight time the new england patriots are headed to the title game. >> i had to go to bed and heard my kids yelling with my husband, and i didn't even look. >> two things are certain in life, death and taxes, and i would like to add the patriots always going to the game. it was not a walk in the park. brady shaky early on, and threw two interceptions in the game, after throwing two all season long. and thanks to the texans' of course, he struggled, and deon
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lewis, tgreat. and then the falcons one win away after beating the seahawks. it was all falcons after the first drive. fans in atlanta chanting mvp, mvp, after each ryan touchdown. they are heading to the championship for the first time since 2012. a cool moments from the falcons locker room, breaking into a few dance moves, and the 74-year-old still got it. and the game between the packers and the cowboys will take off on
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4:40 eastern. and the steelers and the chiefs move to tonight, and still an ice storm warning for kansas city until midnight, but they are hoping, guys, they are going to be able to clear the roads so people can get to the stadium for the big game. >> all right. thank you. >> thank you. it's the end of the road, end of the road for one of the greatest shows on earth. >> yeah, the world famous ringling brothers, barnum & bailey circus, folding up the big top. defining what a circus should be for generations for children, and being on the road for 150 years in one form or another. >> and in the end, the circus was too expensive to produce. its fate was likely sealed last year when a popular retired elephant show, and at that time it was inevitable. >> there's a saying, and it's been around for a long time, you can't fight city hall and we found that to be the case in
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this situation. >> the elephants living out their retirement at a conservation in florida. >> peta celebrated the closing of the circus after decades of protest. >> circus fans that want to catch the last performance, you have to travel to union dale, new york, and the greatest show on earth ends its historic run may 21st, just show you know. next hour starts right now. want to wish you a hearty hello on this sunday morning. i am christi paul. >> i am victor blackwell. good to be with you. inauguration week is here. donald trump's historic rise to the white house will be official when he takes the oath of offic


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