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it's friday, february fifth rr , coming up on "early today" ," bernie sanders and hillary clinton clash in their first one on one debate. >> i'm very proud to be the only candidate up here who does not have a super pack. >> you will not ever find that ini ever changed a view or a vote because of any donations i ever received.
candidates take aim at marco rubio who's rising in the polls. and the ceo of the pharmaceutical raised 5,000% refused to testify. can sink a hole in one. "early today" starts right now. good morning. hillary clinton and bernie sanders battled in the campaign season's first one on one debate last night. clinton responding to sanders recent campaign line that she's not a progressive. >> i was asked if i'm a moderate or a progressive and i saidium ium 'm a progressive that likes to get things done. >> they also duked it out over one of the major narratives, candidate. >> our campaign is a campaign of the people, by the people and for the people.
clinton does represent the establishment. i represent, i hope, ordinary americans who are not all that inamerred with the establishment. >> honestly, senator sanders is the only person who i think would character me, a woman running to be the first woman president as exemplifying the establishment and i got to tell you that it is -- [ applause ] it is really quite amusing to me. >> later they battled over national security. >> we differed on the war in iraq, which created barbaric organizations like isis. not only did i vote against that war, i helped lead the opposition. look, we did differ. a vote in 2002 is not a plan to defeat isis.
that we face right now and they have to be prepared to take them on and defeat them. >> it wasn't all back and forth and near the end of the debate, the candidates actually shared a cume by yeah moment. >> first person i will talk to about where we go and how to get it done will be senator sanders. >> i happen to respect the senator very much. i hope it's mutual and on our worst day, i think it's fair to say we're 100% better than any republican candidate. you like that? >> that's true. >> so, who won? it was a toss up. the share of the converseation on facebook, a dead tie. sanders gained more followers
meanwhile with only four days until the in primary, in new hampshire, there's no undercard debate. this shows marco rubio leap frogging ted cruz into second place in new hampshire behind frontrunner, donald trump. they're increasing their attacks. hally jackson has more. >> reporter: with momentum in new hampshire, marco rubio's hoping for a photo finish, drawing crowds in every shot as republican rivals take theirs. the new attacks sparked by this slip, mark santorum endorsing rubio but struggling to say why. >> my feeling on marco is someone with tremepd ndous potential and four years where
>> reporter: and competitors pouncing like jeb bush with kelly odon ald. >> what has he done? >> this guy has only done one thing, that was write an amnesty bill for illegal immigrants. >> i'm proud of my service in public record. we have real achievements. >> reporter: rubio trying to stay above the establishment pay for and so is john kasich, campaigning at concort high school. >> are you the president? >> did you run a negative campaign? >> wouldn't it be great if you could run like you do for class president. >> reporter: and donald trump is trumping everyone else, slamming all politicians s politicians.
full of -- but i won't say that. hillary clinlten en clinton is nlt the only one being dogged boo i y the state department. information was also sent to colon powell and condoleezza rice and they weren't marked classified at the time they were certain, they say. in san francisco, the stage is set for football's biggest weekend. more than 1 million visitors are expected to pour into the city by the bay. the big match up between the denver broncos and the carolina panthers. i'm guessing the celebrations are already underway? >> reporter: yeah, absolutely. good morning to you. early morning here in san francisco but it's friday morning. that means super bowl weekend has officially begun.
pouring into the area still looking for a tick that to big game. >> everybody welcome to san francisco. the host of super bowl 50. >> reporter: it is literally the golden ticket. and as we get closer to kick off, a tough ticket for those who want to be a part of football history by the bay. >> you just wonder if you're ever going to get the opportunity. >> reporter: for life long bronco fans, super sunday will be personal. >> our anniversary. >> is the day of the super bowl. >> reporter: and they'll celebrate with a romantic dinner. >> i'll buy her a beer and a hot dog. >> reporter: time and the ticket supply are running short. >> this is a very expensive ticket. >> reporter: $5,000 and climbing. >> there is less supply in the secondary market so the prices are higher.
paying a price, you'll want to make sure it's the real deal. >> the nfl has done a phenomenal job building a ticket with a great deal of security features. there's a hologram here and then there's the heat sensitive ink. >> reporter: on a ticket to a lifetime. yeah, and you know, the going rate right now on those after market tickets about $5,000 each. compare that to the first super bowl where the face value was $10. and i know you don't like to say this stuff publicly but you're so generous sending your credit card to pay for the entire crew to go to the big game. >> keep dreaming. remember that former pharmaceutical ceo akiez
raising a price of a drug by 5,000%. he provoked a lot of anger along the way invoking his fifth amendment. >> reporter: appearing to smirk and often inattentive. form former pharmaceutical, martin shkreli lived up to his bad boy repue tation appearing before congress, posing for pictures instead of listening. >> it's not funny, mr. shkreli. people are dying and they're getting sicker and sicker. >> reporter: shkreli declined to answer why the company he once led raised the price of a life saving drug 5,000%. >> do you think you've done anything wrong? >> on the advice of counsel, i invoke my if i ever fifth amendment privilege.
he let his attorney speak for him. >> some of what you saw was nervous energy from an individual who would very much like to explain what happened. >> reporter: leaving the other drupg company executives facing questions. valiant under fire for hiking prices on well established drugs. >> we're listening and we're changing. >> reporter: shkreli took to twitter calling the congressman an imbissal. ann thompson, nbc news, new york. meteorologist, bill karins here with your friday forecast. >> a slippery morning for the morning commute. we have winter storm warnings in new england and winter weather advisory from i 95 to the coast.
to snow in many areas. and right down along the coast. what makes this forecast interesting and difficult is the temperatures are above freezing. in some cases, ssignificantly above freezing. and we get the accumulation but wet. most of the accumulations will be on the grassy surfaces. the heavier areas of snow in areas along i 95 south from boston down along the coast. hartford to new york city, looks like the grass areas could pick up three to four inches. it's a little chilly in minneapolis and chicago. we will be watching a weak storm on the west coast. seasonably cool from oklahoma down to the southeast.
so saturday is going to be fine and super bowl sunday looks fine at 68 and sunny. we will see snow showers in the great lakes. there's a big storm off the southeast coast. now a closer look at your day ahead. so, in areas of new england and the midatlantic coast, temperatures in the cities will be above freezing. watch out for the bridges and over passes and no signs of cold air in the northern plains yet. so should be a very enjoyable super bowl. >> as long as it goes off without a hitch. just ahead, new evidence from that somalia plane with a hole blown in it that points to a bomb. plus, an atv going for a joy ride without a driver. how is that possible? me. don't stare at me. see me. see me. see me to know that psoriasis is just something that i have. i'm not contagious. see me to know
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