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you're doing fantastic. >> donald trump does "saturday night live," this morning the ratings are in and as you might have guessed they're huge. nd at vetting process, ben carson's front runner status brings extra scrutiny but it is as unprecedented as he claims. plus pressure mounts on the president of the university of missouri to resign over his handling of racial incidents on campus, more on the growing protest and special meeting being held today. it's 5:30 on the east coast, 2:30 out west, this is "way too early". good morning, it's monday, november 9th. u.s.a. lewis bergdorf. ben carson spent much of the weekend beating back the scrutiny of being one of the fruners in the republican field after questions emerged about his temper as a young man and
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whether he tried to stab someone. a political article accused him of claims of getting aer full scholarship to west point. he talked about being offered a full ride after being dinner with general westmoreland, but as the detroit noise reports he wasn't in detroit and that carson was defiant. >> there is a desperation on behalf of some to try to find a way to tarnish me because they have been looking through everything. they have been talking to everybody i have ever known, everybody i have everer seen. there's going to be a scandal. there's got to be something. they are getting desperate. next week it will be my kindergarten teacher who said i peed in my pants. i mean, it's ridiculous. here is my prediction, my prediction is that all of you guys trying to pile on is actually going to help me because when i go out to these book signings i see these
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thousands of people, they say, don't let the media get you down, don't let them disturb you. please continue to fight for us. they understand that this is a witch-hunt. >> there are things that have been independently vetted, one is general westmoreland. we know now looking at his records that he was not there when you said in your book he said he was. >> i know he was there in detroit and i know it was -- there was congressional medal of honor dinner. it may not have been memorial day but it was sometime during the time when i was the city executive officer. >> and carson later told the "new york times" he didn't remember all the specific details saying it was informal a, adding the general told him something like with a record like yours we could easily get you a scholar aship to west point and the "wall street journal" also reports in an interview carson claimed when he was in high school he protected white students in his biology lab by hiding them amid violence
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after dr. martin luther king jr. was assassinated but the paper says half a dozen classmates from his class couldn't corroborate that story. throughout the weekend he remained defiant. >> when you write a book with a co-writer and you say there was a class, a lot of times they will put a number or something on it just to give it for meat. obviously decades later i'm not going to remember the course number. >> wouldn't the easiest way to diffuse at least some of these questions be to ask your brother to come out and speak about this? you said it was your mother and your brother who would know about your temper. >> my mother has alzheimer's. >> obviously. >> my brother is not interested in talking to the media and a number of other people aren't, either, that i've talked to. >> vetting is a normal part of the process. did you not expect this? >> i have always said that i expected to be vetted, but being vetted and what is going on with
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me, you said this 30 years ago, you said this 20 years ago, this didn't exist, this didn't -- you know, i just -- i have not seen that with anyone else. >> now, reaction from fellow republicans and democrats was decidedly mixed. >> you know, when you say, though, hitting your mother over the head with a hammer when you talk about hitting the friend in a face with a lock, a padlock, and, you know, you talk about stabbing someone and it got stopped by a belt buckle, which, you know, bet buckles don't stop stabbing, they turn and twist and things slide off them. pretty lucky if that happened. he talked about he has pathological disease, that's a serious statement when you say you have pathological disease because as i understand it you can't really cure it. but he said he had pathological disease. >> when you look at dr. carson, to the best of my knowledge this man does not believe that climate change is caused by human activity. this man wants to abolish
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medicare impacting tens of millions of seniors and this man wants to give you tax breaks to the rich. i think it might be a better idea -- i know it's a crazy idea, but maybe we focus on the issues impacting the american people and what candidates are saying rather than just spending so much time exploring their lives 30 or 40 years ago. meanwhile, senator marco rubio is trying to put questions about his finances at rest. the presidential candidate released two years worth of charges to an american express credit card issued by the republican party of florida that were previously undisclosed. they showed eight personal expenses worth about $7,200 from 2005 and 2006 that rubio says have been repaid. it includes more than $3700 paid to a tiling company when the senator says he accidentally grabbed the wrong card from his wallet. another expense, vacation at piggybacked off a business trip to las vegas. the rubio campaign says he paid more than 1, $700 for hotel and
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car rental fees after the business portion of the trip ended. we should mention three years ago a florida state commission cleared rubio of ethics violations related to his use of the state party credit card. with three democrats left in the 2016 race for the white house each candidate is trying to sand out. rachel maddow hosted a forum on saturday. they tried to reach out with discussions about gun violence and they didn't make many headlines but there were lighter moments during a lightning round of questioning. >> if you had to pick somebody from the republican presidential field this year to be your vice president, there was a national crisis and there had to be a unity and it was for the good of the nation and those were your choices, those 15 men and women, who would you choice? >> ruin their life right here. do it. >> whoever i name will really get hurt in the republican party
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and so i don't know if i want to do that, but -- >> you could use it tactically. >> yeah, i could. >> you could decide -- >> you know, there are republicans i could pick just none of them. >> okay. >> what is the biggest public misconception about you? >> well, people think i am grum grumpy, people think i am too serious, but i think what people don't see is i have seven beautiful grandchildren who are the joy of my life. >> i like the admission by bernie people think i'm grumpy. bernie sanders has reportedly lost his nevada state director, his she have had da political director will step into the role. two weeks to go in the louisiana governor's race it continues to heat up. louisiana state representative john bell edwards released and
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add attacking his op sent senator david vittert for his involvement in a scandal. he admitted to committing a serious skin after his phone number appeared on the list of the d.c. madam. it contrasts military experience with vitter's solicitation of escorts. >> the choice couldn't be more clear. john bell edwards who answered our country's call and served as a ranger or david vitter who answered a prostitute's call minutes after he skipped a vote honoring 28 sold whiers who gave their lives in defense of our freedom. david vitter chose prostitutes over patriots. now the choice is yours. >> now, the runoff will be decided on november 21st. let's go to some foreign policy news. president obama and the israel prime minister benjamin netanyahu will meet later today
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in washington. the two will attempt to move past their public disagreement over the iranian nuclear deal. there is much to includes including a ten year military aid package according to congressional officials is seeking $5 billion annually from the u.s., $2 billion more than they currently get. the leaders plan to discuss the russian and iranian efforts in syria, the white house recently announced the peace deal between israel and the palestinian government won't happen before the end of the president's term. this morning the fbi is playing a modest role in helping russian investigate the cause of that plane crash in egypt. an egyptian investigator tells reuters they are 90% sure that the noise heard in the final second of the cockpit recording was an explosion from a bomb, but the egyptian authorities said that this was, quote, a pure lie and it was too soon to reach any conclusion. there are also reports that u.s. and british intelligence intercepted chatter of militants boasting to isis leadership about bringing down the plane. the tsa has announced enhanced
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security screening for planes coming to the u.s. from areas of the world with concerns of terror. let's turn to business, new information on the volkswagen emission scandal. steve joins us live from london. what do you have for us? >> the markets aren't sure whether they are upset about the cheap money or the fact that the jobs figures were food. you have the dollar gaining against the yen, gaining against the euros, elsewhere, though, bond deals picking up, more expensive money going forward. in terms of the markets they are slightly worried about awful data out of the china in terms of imports and exports. interesting story coming out of one of your favorites, lewis, bild which says several engineers have admitted to corp. micing emissions data.
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volkswagen will have new sensors including two cards, two debit cards, one will be a cash gift to customers, the other so you can buy purchases linked to your vw dealership. >> volkswagen doing everything we can. thanks so much. still ahead on "way too early," highlights from nfl sunday. plus the university of missouri coach and football team joins protests against the college president. we will have more on the matter at the center of it. plus bill karen's is here with a check on the weather when "way too early" comes right back.
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charged incidents on campus saying they refuse to play in any practices or games until wolf is removed. nbc's goddy schwartz was more. >> reporter: arms linked and standing together more than 30 players from the university of missouri's football team vowing they won't take the field until the president of mizzou steps down. the boycott being echoed by the entire mizzou football team, the coach saying we are united, they are behind our players. students say this semester has been plagued with incidents of racial harassment on campus. >> two black female students, myself included, were called the "n" word by four white males. >> reporter: they say they have been repeatedly taunted by groups of white students hurling racial slurs, the most recent october 24th a swastika was
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scrawled in human feces on a wall and even the homecoming king was called the "n" worded on campus. >> these are students from all different backgrounds that endure this. >> reporter: the student body is 77% white and just 7% black. protesters say the response from the school president tim wolf has been inadequate. one group calling themselves concerned students 1950 named for the year the university first began admitting plaqblack students. they are seen blocking the university president's car during a homecoming parade, a stand off the president apologized for saying my behavior seemed like i did not care, that was not my intention, i was caught off guard. one student son day seven of a hunger strike and the confrontations have continued. >> we haven't done enough and we're going to do more. >> i'm not here for a press conference, i don't want more. i want you resigned. >> reporter: the president
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issued a statement saying he was dedicated to ongoing dialogue and promising specific plans in the coming months. >> wolf hasn't given any indication he will step aside the republican chairman of the state's higher education committee says he can no longer effectively lead and should leave his post. clair mic cass skill says the school needs to send a clear message they will address racism. let's turn to sports, it's time to play monday morning quarterback with a look back at nfl on sunday. >> third down and seven blitz. panthers pick it up and, end zone, flag, touchdown, carolina. >> braez going -- brady, touchdown. >> there they come and mr. goes mariota, up for grabs and it's caught by walker. a touchdown. >> taylor going to take his shot
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throwing end zone, he's got watson. touchdown. >> looking in that direction, throwing, diving catch made by brandon marshall. >> another quick hit. bryant. mark stevens, bryant. >> again from the end zones, hits simms out of the back field, simms get it back to evans. off the hands and taken in for a touchdown by wader >> good day for new york yesterday, the jets and giants both taking home wins, those were some of the highlights from around the league. let's go to dallas, cowboys hosting the eagles on sunday night football, greg hardy made headlines after photos surfaced related to the victim of his domestic violence arrest last year. he expressed his regret in a tweet. the game itself was a close one starting in the fourth quarter
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the game tied at 14, dallas pass intercepted by jordan hicks who takes it back the other way for a philadelphia go ahead store. on the cowboys next drive the qb scrambling, one to the back of the end zone, dez bryant able to haul that one in to tie the game. back after missing five with a broken foot, this game goes into overtime, the eagles with first possession in overtime. >> matthews now in the game at the 41 yard line. and fires and it's caught on the run and inside the ten and to the end zone goes matthews for a touchdown to win the game. >> philly quarterback finds sam bradford -- brad ford finds matt yus in ot, the eagles hand their rival the sixth straight loss. let's go to college
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football. arkansas head coach has a slip of the tongue in a press conference after the razor backs thrilling overtime victory against ole miss on saturday. >> you know, as coaches we will do that a little bit. i'm looking forward to hopping on the wife -- hopping on the plane -- hopping on the plane with my wife. i can't believe i just said that. i looked right up at you i said hopping on the plane with my wife flying back to fayetteville. i'm out. >> i think he meant to say hopping on the plane with my wife but instead he said hopping on my wife. >> they won the ga i'm. >> it's all good. >> we have a tropical depression down in the bahamas, it's november, it's when we talk cold and snow but this can happen every now and then. this system will affect the bahamas and then do the big hook. they do bring this 50 mile per hour winds, may churn the surf up along the beaches of florida, south carolina and georgia, but
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that will be about it. it may get absorbed by the storm that's now over the southeast. this rain associated with an extra tropical low not associated with one in the bahamas. the rain this morning from florida up through atlanta a soaking rain right now much of north carolina and south carolina. the rainfall forecast over the next 48 hours brings the heaviest rain over north carolina, southeast virginia even back towards pittsburgh, d.c. could get a half inch to an inch of rainfall. again, the rain will be moving in order ward over the next two days, the heaviest rain will effect areas in d.c. tonight, early tomorrow morning, new york city during the day on tuesday. beautiful weather san antonio all the way through the great lakes, northern new england a cold chilly morning, frost on the pumpkin this morning but it will warm up this afternoon. >> i will take the 60s. still ahead on "way too early," the best of donald trump on "snl" including why larry david may have walked away with an extra 5 grand. when "way too early" comes right back. that's cash back now, and cash back again later.
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welcome back to "way too early." donald trump had a chance to display his acts as a show man while hosting "saturday night live" this weekend, but he was outshined by another presidential candidate or at least a parody of one, larry david repriced his spot on inn percent nation of bernie sanders in his open. >> there are taking millions of collars from the koch brothers and exxon mobil. but not mean. i only accept coins, i'm not
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talking about fancy coins like dimes and quarters, i just want nickless and pennies, and i don't want new pennies, i'm talk being those old pennies that are so covered in hard black gunk you can't even read the date. so, america, if you believe in bernie, i need you to go home, open your closet, pull out your vacuum, dump it upside down and send me all the pennies that fall out of it. that's right, i'm bernie sanders, and i want your vacuum pennies. >> that's just too good. one of trump's best moments he appeared with not one but two "snl" doper gainingers during his monologue before they were interrupted by david. >> they're great. they don't have my talent, my money or especially my good luxe, but do you know what, they're not bad. and we're going to have a lot of fun tonight.
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>> you're a racist. >> who the hell is -- i knew this was going to happen. who is is that? >> trump is a racist. >> it's larry david. what are you doing, larry? >> i heard if i yelled that they'd give me $5,000. >> as a businessman i can fully respect that. that's okay. >> now, that was a reference to an offer made by one of the groups who protested trump's appearance, the pack deport racism said it would give $5,000 to anyone to disrupted the live broadcast. after david's scripted interruption the group tweeted that he wins the money, quote, joke or not. in the end the presidential candidate proved ones go en that he's ratings gold. according to the nbc figures the episode notched the show's biggest rating since 2012. that does it for me and "way too early." coming up next on "morning joe" we will talk to presidential
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well, mr. president, you did it. >> just like i promised, right. >> half way through your first term and prosperity is at an all time high. in two years you made america great again. >> madame secretary, how's the situation in russia? >> never than ever better. putin has withdrawn from ukraine. he cried for hours. >> keep up the good work amarosa, you're doing fantastic. >> mr. president, the president of mexico is here to see you. >> good morning. it is monday, november 9th. welcome to morning e.


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