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nfl season opener and tom brady not missing a beat. we'll have the highlights. i'm winning in all the polls. >> winning. you make a choice to win, and you win. wow winning. >> winning. the attacks on donald trump getting sharper. is there thinking anyone can say to bring the republican front runner down a few notches? it's 5:30 on the east coast, 2:30 out west. this is "way too early." ♪ ♪ all i do is win, win, win ♪ everybody hands go up ♪ and they stay there good morning everybody. it's friday, september 11th. i'm amy holmes. we begin this morning in new york hours after vice president joe biden's personal interview
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on the stephen colbert show. he admitted he has doubts about running for president after the recent loss of his son beau to brain cancer. he was candid revealing one of their final talks. colbert losing his brothers and father in a plane crash years ago. >> he said promise me you're going to be all right. no matter what happens dad, i'm going to be all right. promise me. this is a kid who -- i don't know what it was about him. he had this enormous sense of empathy. i'm not making this up. i know i sound like a father. any way. >> it sounds like you love him sir. >> oh geez. look, um -- i don't think any
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man or woman should run for president unless number one, they know exactly why they would want to be president, and two, they can look at the folks out there and say i promise you, you have my whole heart, my whole soul, my energy, and my passion to do this. and i'd be lying if i said that i knew i was there. i went to denver and landed at a military base and met a group of military families which is not unusual in the rope line 100 yards from the aircraft. it was going great, and a guy in the back yells major beau biden, bronze star sir, served in iraq. all of a sudden, i lost it. that's not -- i shouldn't be saying this, but that -- you
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can't do do that. >> i just want to say i think your experience and your example of suffering and service is something that would be sorely missed in the race. not that are there aren't good people on both sides running, but i think we'd all be happy if you did run. if you don't, i know that your service to the country is something we should all salute. thank you so much. thank you. >> an emotional night for both men. the interview coming after a day in which a new cnn orc national poll showing biden with 20% support in the democratic field he hasn't yet entered. hillary clinton is still in first place at 37%. she's down nearly 20 points since july. new york city mayor by de blasio hasn't endorsed cannot for president. that isn't stopping from
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throwing cold water on a joe biden run. here's what the mayor had to say yesterday. >> i think joe biden is a great human bchlth i think he's done extraordinary things for this nation. i also have to say on a human level we've been grieving with him over the last weeks. i can only imagine what he and his family have gone through f. you're talking about the state of the presidential race, it's straightforward. we have an impressive group of candidates now. we don't need additional candidates. the candidates we have are putting forth issues and bold solutions. >> the day after the governor appeared next to cuomo stating the plan for a wage hike. the stage is set for wednesday night debate at republican reagan library. trump is center stage and carly fiorina officially has a podium
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in the 11 person prime time show down. rules were amended last month allowing carly fiorina to join the 10 candidates from the first debate. scott walker has moved over. ben carson is next to trump after his rise in the polls. this will not include jim gilmore that failed to reach the 1% support. bobby jindal slamming into donald trump. the the trailing presidential candidate taking ten minutes of hour long press club speech to blast the front runner. take a listen. >> i like the idea of donald trump. i like the idea of outsider. i like the idea of somebody willing to say things you're not supposed to say. i like someone going after the d.c. political class. i like the idea of donald trump show and act and show. it's a lot of fun and
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entertainment. here's the president obama. he's not a serious candidate. he's a ego tis kal maniac. he is shallow, no understanding of policy. he's full of bluster, no substance. he lacks curiosity even learned. you can't argue policy with this guy. like all nars cyst, he's afraid and weak. he tells us how big, strong and wealthy he is. donald trump has never read the bible. the reason we know he's never read the bible, he's not in the bible. it's time to get serious about making america great again. it's time for donald trump to take the ride down the elevator. it's time for us to tell him, donald, you are fired. >> some tough words. that's not all. jindal also released this web ad comparing donald trump's winning streak with with charlie sheen. >> we're leading in every poll.
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>> i'm sorry, winning. >> the polls have been through the roof, every one of them. >> i think winning. >> kanye west has been so great. i would never say bad about him because he says nice things about me. >> giant marquee name comes through on your caller id. it's like winning. you make a choice to win, and you win. >> i win everywhere. >> wow. winning. i win here and there. now what? >> for his part, donald trump reacting with surprise saying quote, bobby jindal did not make the debate stage, therefore i have never met him. i only respond to people that register more than 1% in the polls. i never thought he had a chance, and i've been proving right. jindal writing we have met. you wrote a check. a fool and his money are soon parted. a fool and his dad's money are parted sooner. >> donald trump says his remarks about carly fiorina's after
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appearance were taken out of context. trump was quoted in "rolling stone" saying look at that face. would anyone vote for that? can you imagine that the face of our next president? he said yesterday he wasn't talking about her appearance. >> i'm talking about her persona. she failed at hewlett packard. she then ran for senate, lost in a landslide. now she's running for president. i'm talking about her per son nachlt. >> latest national poll shows trump in first place among all voters and expanding his lead among republican women. trump takes 33% of women this the latest poll, highest of any candidate up 13 points from the score of 20% last month. a new report shows no other sitting u.s. senator running for president has missed more votes than marco rubio. he has missed 77 this year. that's absentee rate raing of
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30% and 60% since june. senators rand paul and bernie sanders have missed fewest. he tells the paper running for president is time consuming and quote, he's returned to senate when ever his vote would be decisive. white house is officially celebrating victory on the historic but controversial nuclear deal with iran. democrats fill bustering resolution to kill the deal in vote. four democrats did side with republicans to oppose the deal including senator ben carden, top democrat on the foreign relations committee and next likely leader of the senate, chuck schumer. u.s. will step up response to the syrian refugee crisis in the coming year. josh earnest says president obama directed the administration to take in at least 10,000 displaced syrians over the next of next fiscal
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year beginning in october. since the conflict in syria broke out back in 2011, the united states has taken in less than 1500 syrian refugees. the vast majority arriving this year. authorities in arizona are now appealing for public's help following 11 shootings on the free ways. police confirming yesterday latest involved a semi trailer struck in the side by a bull wi let. miguel is in phoenix. >> motor resiists are behind th wheel in fear. >> it's scary, really scary. >> many refusing to drive the 14 mile stretch of the interstate.
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windows have been shot out and bullet holes in seats. >> looking for pedestrians on the overpasses, walking down the side of the road, maybe hiding in the bushes. >> police siting the random pattern of 11 incidents. all vehicles targeted. >> every one of these incidents are lethal. this is a homicide waiting to happen. >> police have no suspects. they're asking public for help as they watch every road however they can. complicated the search, an armed civilian group is surveillancing the road. he was on the task force that captured belt way snipers in 2002. >> it's difficult for law enforcement to catch somebody in the act if law enforcement has high profile in one area. a suspect may go to another area where the police are not. >> in phoenix, no leads as the
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community waits on edge. >> nbc miguel reporting. now let's turn to business and wall street where stocks closed higher thursday led by gains in apple shares which rose 2% rebounding from deep losses on the day of new product launch. cnbc hadley joining us from london. investors bracing themselves for federal reserve most crucial policy decision in years. tell us more about it. >> that's right amy. i think you can expect major volume the tillty going forward for u.s. markets today. we've heard from the german finance minister saying another bubble is on the way. u.s. stocks closeing higher yesterday. this reflecting nervousness ahead of the fed decision next week. if they raise interest rates, if they don't, seriously concerning investors. top economists saying it isn't the right time.
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we'll keep a close eye on that and expect volatility in the markets. >> k cup manufacturing better known for coffee is changing the strategy to making chicken noodle soup? >> yes, basically get all your campbells favorites at 70 calorie ares in a pod. you have to remember both companies have had sales slumps over the last year. it's quite clear they're looking to this new pod to get a comeback. >> we'll see if it works. cnbc hadley, thank you for joining us this morning. still ahead on "way too early," tom brady is back lead to the win over the steelers in the season opener. one game and already a complaint about something funny happening at the stadium. we'll have a check on weather
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trade senter and pentagon killing nearly 3,000 americans. the commemoration of fallen will begin this morning at white house. president obama and first lady will lead a moment of silence at precisely 8:46 a.m., marking the time the first plane struck the north tower. later at 9:30 a.m., secretary of defense ash carter and vice chairman of the joint chief of staff will host a remembrance ceremony at the pentagon memorial to honor the memory of those killed. a new $26 million visitor center honoring the passengers of united flight 93 is open near the crash site in pennsylvania. several hundred people gathering yesterday for the remembering. tom wolf remembering the passengers and crew as people that quote changed the course of human history. the top cop in new york city is
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apologizing to james blake after he was cuffed to the ground 15 minutes this week. the officer involved in the credit card string has been stripped of gun and badge. de blasio says blake should not have been handed this way. this quickly became an embarrassment for the police department. >> we have determined as a result of the investigation over last now almost 24 hours that mr. blake had no role of involvement in the criminal investigation that we were conducting and was totally innocent of any involvement. the investigation will go forward to determine if the use of force that we viewed on the video was appropriate to the circumstances as the officer understood them. time now for sports.
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we begin with start of regular nfl season. prior to last night's kickoff, patriots unveiling the super bowl championship banner to song "all i do is win." season opener against the steelers. 28-21. tom brady four touchdown passes. brady team record 19 straight completions during the contest notching 23rd game with at least four touchdown passes tying brett favre for third all time. here's the three time super bowl mvp after the game. >> i love being out there with my teammates playing, and um -- yes, something i really look forward to. i was excited to go out there and certainly win. to be 1-0. year we started 0-1. always tough to do.
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we got a better start. >> he may be pretty, but bill karins can't take it. wouldn't be a victory if it didn't come with controversy. head coaches from both teams said they experienced issues with communication systems did during the game. steelers were receiving the patriots radio broadcast in their headsets. bill, can you take it is this tomlin indicating after the game this is recurring issue when playing in fox borrow. the headset interference was caused by an issue exacerbated by the inclement weather. the coach's equipment provided by nfl for both teams use on game day. eli manning is reportedly nearing a deal for four year extension said to be worth --
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listen to this -- $84 million. the deal is expected to be finalized over the weekend. and some boxing news and new controversy surrounding floyd mayweather jr. who is denying a report that alleges the fighter received iv injection of banned substances before thistoric bou. however the report said that mayweather did not receive the formal exemption until three weeks after the fight. he'll defend his title saturday in what's expected to be the final fight of his career. now check of weather with nbc meteorologist bill karins who's apparently no fan of tom brady. >> i thought after the super bowl there's no way i could like the patriots and brady anymore. then there's nights like last
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night. i'll have the biggest party in my house the day he announces retirement. >> how were your wings and beer last night? >> i wouldn't watch a second of that game. as far as the weather goes. we had pictures of flooding in san antonio, texas. a thunderstorm sat over the same area. that river is not supposed to be there. it washed out roads in that region. we'll keep an eye on flooding problems. kansas got hit by thunderstorms too. this morning, heavy rain from yesterday that drenched new england. we need had the rainfall. that's exiting. not all that bad. throughout the weekend, there's another chance of rain in areas of new england on saturday and sunday. not a bad morning commute out there. over the weekend, friday night football, of course a big deal going on now. it's getting cool and chilly. chicago in the 60s, ohio valley. starting to feel like football weather. >> this is a game you're going
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so is it possible to make an honest buck on wall street? former maryland governor and presidential candidate martin o'malley found out in a video highlighting election spending. here's what happened when he dressed down in jeans and a black t-shirt and took to the streets with a guitar.
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♪ from the redwood forest ♪ to the gulf stream waters ♪ this land was made for you and me ♪ ♪ >> clearly not a vocalist. all in all o'malley's talented earned him a $1.74 and a pack of gummy bears from someone that didn't have cash. "morning joe" is moments way. on the show, presidential candidates george pataki and bobby jindal. we'll be right back.
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