tv All In With Chris Hayes MSNBC January 29, 2016 5:00pm-6:01pm PST
at 8:00 p.m. i'll be joining brian williams and rachel maddow. it's going to be a short weekend. we're getting into politics fast on sunday. tonight on "all in." after a trumpless debate, the gop front-runner tests out a new line. >> ted cruz is an anchor baby in canada. >> why ted cruz is switching his attacks to marco rubio. just in time for the caucus caucuses, the e-mail issue is back for hillary clinton. >> these documents were not marked classified. bernie sanders battles his poen opponent and the washington establishment. what the iowa ad blitz feels like. >> not only is the news stories about the candidate, the
commercials. >> "all in" starts right now. good evening from new york. i'm chris hayes. there's one big question at the heart of the republican race for president. did donald trump cause the dynamic of the republican party or is he an effect. last night with trump boycotting the fox news debate, we got to test that question. in fact, it was what many gop gate keepers have been yearning for, a field without the donald. which would engage in a serious policy debate on the issues facing the country. there were fewer unscripted moments, fewer insults hurled across the stage. without trump, what the cant candidates didn't talk about wasn't much different. >> you know, we need to stop allowing political correctness to dictate our policies it's going to kill us if we don't. >> when i'm president, unlike,
barack obama, we'll keep this country safe. >> i will apologize to nobody for the vigorousness of which i'll fight terrorism. >> she put american strategy at risk for her convenience. let me tell you who is not qualified to be president of the united states. hillary rodham clinton did that. >> the candidates still had little to offer on jobs by way to address the electorate anxiety even though that issue is identified as most important by iowa republicans. at the same time the very issue that donald trump has been exploiting that in some senses fueled his rise was the one that sucked up the most oxygen on debate stage, immigration. it's where the two leading ka candidates have real record and fox didn't let them forget it. >> you cannot grant amnesty. the american people will never believe in legal immigration. they will never support it.
that's wrong for our country. bad for our future. >> within two years of getting elected, you were co-sponsoring legislation to create a path to citizenship. haven't you already proven you can't be trusted? >> no. if you look at quote. it says blanket amnesty. i do not sfort upport it. >> i want immigration reform to pass. i believe if this amendment were to pass, the chances of this bill passing into law would increase dramatically. >> was that all an act? it was pretty convincing. >> the amendment you're talking about is one sentence. it's 38 words. anyone can go online at ted cruz.org and read what it says. it says anyone here illegally is permanently ineligible for citizenship. it didn't say a word about legalization. >> the bill allowed citizenship and legalization. >> the bill was a thousands pages. i introduced a series of
amendments designed to fix problems. the fact it didn't fix every problem didn't mean i supported the rest of the bill. >> that exchange is widely seen as an especially tough one for cruz who tried to turn things around on the moderators which is a favorite tactic though not as successful this time around. >> chris, the last four questions have been rand, please attack ted. marco attack ted. jeb please attack ted. let me just say this -- >> it is a debate, sir. >> if you guys ask one more mean question, i may have to leave the stage. >> compare that reception, the reception that got last night to what happened to the cnbc debate in october when cruz element identically attacked his host. >> this is not a cage match. you look at the questions. donald
trump are you a comic book villain.
ben carson, can you do math. john kasich will you attack two people over here. jeb bush, why have your numbers fallen? how about talking about the issues people care about? >> today the des moines register which has endorsed rubio issued a damming verdict on cruz's performance. rough night for cruz. the cruz cam pap is-- campaign is shifting all its negatives suggesting they may be worried about a third place finish on monday night. a bad night for his closest rival meant a good night for donald trump who says he raised 6 million dollar for the vets. there's pretty much no way for us know if that's actually true. a lot of it went through his own foundation. trump still managed to dominate the
conversation online. he was the most searched
candidate during the entire broadcast. campaigning in new hampshire, trump couldn't resist sticking the knife into cruz who has suffered in the polls since trump started talking about cruz's canadian birthplace. today he took it one step further. >> ted cruz may not be a u.s. citizen, but he's an anchor baby. he's an anchor baby. ted cruz is an anchor baby in canada. >> i'm joined now by katy packer. he's former deputy campaign manger and founder of anti-trump super pac. >> it was a glimpse into an alternate campaign. >> one thing that was different is there wasn't a lot of the conversation that just surrounds trump personality. trump insults, the brash sort of unfiltered things that donald
trump is very comfortable throwing around and then candidates have to respond to them whether he said them on the stage or not. having that out of the dialogue, i did think it was sort of refreshing in that you got to hear from some of these other candidates. i think all the the candidates had pretty good nights last night with the exception of cruz who did seem sort of off of his game after his exchange with chris wallace and not having trump there as a foil. i thought that all the other candidates, actually, had pretty decent nights. >> were you struck by how identical his spiel was to cnbc as it was to fox in the bias and unfairness in the eye of the beholder. it got huge applause in cnbc. he tried to trout out the same line last night and it got resoundingly booed. >> yeah. some of that is a reflection of the audience that you have, and, also, when you do it the first
time it seems like an interesting shot. the second time it looks a bit staged. >> the thing that truck me about last night, i thought the player of the video on immigration -- immigration played a fascinating role until this election. it played a fascinatie ining ro with the candidate was successfully -- i think there's an argument that his position in the primary hurt him in the general election. both cruz and rubio had to answer for their role in that bill how can you watch last night and not come away with the message never try to do any legislating ever if you're a republican member of the senate minority. you're going to get crucified for it. >> that's a big problem with the revolutionary type campaigns. everybody is railing against the establishment. the minute you win, you're part of the establishment. the interesting thing is this
issue has tripped up donald trump. he announced and made very bold statements about getting rid of all immigrants, calming them horrible names and saying we're going to put wall up and two weeks later we put an add out yesterday that has him on record saying he's for a path to citizenship. he's very flip-floppy on that issue. >> he talks about path to citizenship. i saw that ad which i thought was excellent. >> thank you. >> doesn't that ad end up planting the flag in essentially the anti-immigration campaign. doesn't it park your party, your movement in that space when you're trying to get to donald trump's right? >> no, not at all. we're not trying to get to his right. we're trying to make the point even if you're one of those sort of minority of the republican party for whom that's the most important issue, our message to them is you can't even trust him on this issue. he flip-flops. he's taken every position on
every issue. you don't flow where he will be a year from now. you better play close attention. >> thank you very much. >> joining me now michelle, michelle, you were there at trump event. you were doing some reporting in iowa. what did you find on the ground? >> you find that the trump people are -- they are obviously incredibly committed but they are people in many cases haven't voted in caucuses before or some of them told me they hasn't caucused since reagan or caucused two or three times in the last 30 years. the cruz people are part of the conservative movement. they are part of -- tie into the tea party or christian right organization every four years. trump is replacing all the the institutions or attempting to replace all the constitutions of the republican primary process with his own celebrity. he does away with -- he undermines the debates and whole
style of campaigning. he doesn't do the small meet and greats. he only does these huge spectacles where you can't get close to him. we'll see if he can do away with a ground game. if you can replace that with celebrity and social media and charisma. >> i was just hearing from a reporter who said they went by one of the field offices for trump. it's quiet as a church. there's no one there. you know, it's fascinating from a removed perspective. the first run of the experiment will be monday. can this be transferred into votes? >> it's interesting. i couldn't get away from michelle out here. she was at a cruz rally that i was at the night before. we're both at trump rally last night. the two audiences are fascinatingly different. the cruz people are true
believers. we had a rick perry, tony perki perkins, steve king. this was the 27 yankees of wing nut philosophy. then the trump event was pretty much a show. >> he brought out the trump event, he brought out extremely wealthy new york developers who have a ice skating rink in prospect park named after them and talked about how good their real estate deals are. what planet are we on? >> that was only part of this endless list. >> he brought out you tube stars. >> it must have gone on for 15 minutes. yes, as michelle said, this is politics of not giving a damn. this is being so rich and so free that you don't have to care about convention. >> one of the things that's fascinating is talking to the
christian right. the people who used to represent the populous insurgency of the party. the leaders of the christian right have lined up against trump and in many cases are coalescing behind cruz. it's almost like bubbles popped and snapped out of it and doing this desperate last ditch effort to derail a trump victory. people said to me, people in the pro-life movement, i don't understand what they are so mad about. >> wow. that's fascinating. >> it sounded like the establishment republicans gazing at their own majority. >> you're talking about the people looked down upon by the actual washington establishment. >> yes. they are a counter establishment now. they settled into a counter establishment. >> that have power, fund raising and networks.
>> they are very loosely, if at all, tied into any of that. you talk about trump's d deviation. >> my sense of this, i have not been out day after day on the trail. it's at or removed is that it still seems plausible that when we count the votes, this thing turns tout have been a phenomenon that doesn't transfer into votes. >> i think certainly in iowa that's a possibility because of the nature of how the voting is done. that's going to be the most interesting thing to watch on monday is whether or not these people, who are lining up for three hours to see the show, will show up at the middle school with their plate of brownies and vote for this guy. the great thing about the republican caucus is they are a lot easier to understand. the process is a lot simpler than the democratic process.
you'll know pretty early on on monday whether or not this was a mirage or not. >> that's fascinating. if you had to say what your gut sense is, you think there's real support there and people will come out? >> i think so, but at the same time i also would -- i think nobody knows. >> your gut sense, charlie. >> my gut sense was that cruz's organization and his strength among conservative christians was going to be enough to throw him over the finish line a point or two ahead of whoever was in second place and that's trump. now i'm less sure that cruz will even finish second. he's leaking air. the most charming thing i found out here is the christian c conservatives who have found themselves following donald trump and don't really quite know why, they just started following the guy and started liking his positions, and it's almost like they realized that most of their political philosophy that they have
developed over 15 or 20 years really doesn't have anything to do with religion. it has to do everything with politics. they like what this incredibly profane thrice married guy is thinking and saying. >> i've been watching jessica jones on netflix. the villain in that has this bizarre mind power control seems like the best metaphor that's been happening. thank you both. still to come, the resurgence of hillary's e-mail server. can marco close the gap in iowa. later, what it's like to be the most sought after vote. we'll look at iowa and the people trapped in peak campaign saturation. those stories ahead. text mom. boys have been really good today. send. let's get mark his own cell phone. nice. send. brad could use a new bike. send. [siri:] message. you decide.
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colonyis colonyists. they were willing to give their lives and honor for the cause. in short, the left wants it more than we do. it's pretty much common in all conservative campaign books. the left that exists in it, those people didn't get stomped in 2010 and 2014. in fact, they really seem to have their stuff together. santorum wants to be a populist. tax cuts won't have the same effect under reagan but he wants them. he still want a fair tax. he's not in favor of free trade but doesn't want any tariffs. he wants to rebuild a infrastructure but a government would have to do that with tax money. this book is frustrating because rick santorum has clearly identified many of the problems facing the working class, but he's running for president in party that won't submit most of
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right now the former first family that's hoping to be the first family is about to hold a rally in davenport, iowa. hillary clinton will be joined by chelsea and bill. this comes after questions over her e-mail server resurfaces again today. there were 22 e-mails on the server. state department spokesman said the documents were not marked
classified at the time they were sent and it's very unclear if clinton sent or forwarded these messages or just on the receiving end of them. on twitter her press secretary criticized the decision to with hold those messages, the 22 messages that are being marked as top secret saying this is overclassification run amok. whether this effects clinton's standings where iowa voters remains to be seen. it hasn't seemed to play a big role. the sanders campaign is upping their criticism. >> they're one of the
wall street banks that triggered the financial meltdown. goldman sachs just settled with authorities for their part in the crisis that put millions out of work and out of their homes.
how does wall street get away with it? millions in campaign contributions and speaking fees. >> clinton chief strategist said yesterday sanders running the most negative democratic primary cam ppaign in history. sanders
says he's not going negative but drawing a contrast. it's wonderful to have you. i'm not going to ask you as boston city council to get into the nitty-gritty of classificati classification. let's put that aside for a second. as a clinton supporter when a headline like this hits, is there some part in your back of your head worried about this? do you lose sleep over this? do you imagine this unspooling? >> chris, not even a little bit. this does not keep me up at night. e-mail is not what's keeping the american people up at night. to be frank, voters have movered
on from this. we need to move on from this. her opponent said the american people are sick and tired of hearing about her e-mails. what the american people have sleepless nights about are income inequality, joblessness, gun violence. i was with a secretary in philadelphia several days ago and those are the issues that are keeping americans up at night. secretary clinton time and time again in a wide range of questions offered real solutions for real problems. so, no, this doesn't keep me up at night and i'm not worried in the least. >> let me just ask you a question, you just mentioned inequality. this new ad from bernie sanders that makes mention of not just the campaign donations but the speaking fees that have been paid by firms like goldman sachs to hillary clinton. is that fair criticism to say this is someone that has received money from these firms. don't you think at some level
that will have some effect in the relationship she has to them, the way she conceives of them. >> i'm focused on the relationship that secretary clinton has with the american people that i saw evidenced in this room with faith leaders three nights ago in pennsylvania. as an elected official, i'm especially encouraged by secretary clinton saying she not only wants to be our president but she wants to be a partner. that's what i need. we're faced with complex and challenging issues, i'm focused on her relationship with the american people. >> as someone who operates in this world, you know there are all sorts of pushes and pulls and all sources of power that will come calling and knocking on your door at any given time, you're constantly having to
negotiate between those, is it not a legitimate thing to say that the sanders campaign thinks people should be concerned about the relationship she has with wall street when those kinds of trade offs will be one of the trade offs she may have to face as president? >> the best predictor of the future in this instance from a value stand point is what you demonstrated in the past. i believe secretary clinton to be a woman of conviction. she's unflappable. she has a vision for this country. she has plan to back it up. let me take a moment to say this. i'm a woman of faith. i'm a progressive and liberal. i want to give you insight into what i saw in that church several days ago. it was clarifying for me. growing up in church i've seen preachers and pastors. preachers and pastors are both good people. they both have a role to play. preachers seem to speak right to you, to look right at you. they might get you to clap your
hands, to shout. they really get you uplifted and inspired. at the end of the day, chris, when i'm in crisis, i'm looking for a pastor. someone that will offer a steady hand and be a stabilizing force in the midst of the storm. that's the contrast of bernie sanders and hillary clinton. bernie sanders is a preacher. hillary clinton is a pastor. >> that's one of the best metaphors i've heard in this campaign. the clinton campaign should have you everywhere giving that. thank you very much for joining us tonight. >> thank you. joining me now, nina turner who with drew her support from hillary clinton and endorsing senator bernie sanders. right now cornell west, dr. cornell west who famed history philosophy professor and also a very sharp critic of president barack obama calling him a global george zimmerman for the drone program.
he's campaigning throughout iowa with senator sanders. what does that say to folk who is are looking for someone who is going to carry on the mantle and inherit the legacy of president barack obama? >> dr. west supports senator sanders and how he feels about the president is a separate issue. i'm not going to overlay how dr. west feels about president obama with how he feels about senator sanders. when i'm traveling the country with both of them, folks love dr. west and the fact he's standing with senator sanders. those two things are different. >> do you think -- are you seeing success in the sanders campaigns efforts to reach out past the base of supporters they
have amassed early on? >> i am. they came in from all over the country to sit and have a conversation about the concerns in the community. that was a very, very good and strong conversation. senator sanders has been to chicago. he's a man of the people. senator sanders personifies all of that and he's standing up for all the people in the country. he's been that working fighting for equal rights. fighting against his own university of chicago for the policies. what we need is a leader that can see beyond the future. we cannot -- we cannot go from a nation of yes we can and no we can't. that's what's coming from the other side. don't dream big, there's nothing to see here. senator sanders is saying in his
political revolution in the same way that the reverend dr. martin luther king did in his social revolution that we want it all right here. poor people, middle class people deserve better than what they're getting right now. >> we want it all right now, which dr. martin luther king argues against incrementalism. there's a washington post editorial that says sanders is offering fiction to his base. we watched republicans tell their base i'm going to go to washington and repeal obama care. everyone watching knows it's a con job. they know they don't have the votes to repeal it. it's not going to happen. when senator sanders say you elect me and i'm going to go to washington to get universal
health care. how is that different than the promise ted cruz was giving his folks that he's going to repeal obama care? >> it is different if the congress is controlled by republicans, both houses of congress, it doesn't matter what democrat gets in there. it is not radical idea to say we should have universal health care. we watched republicans burn 26 billion when they shut down this government but we have the washington post and other folks saying we don't have the political will necessary to institute single payer health care. some of the strongest programs are the social insurance programs. they said the same thing about social security. they said the same thing about medicare. they didn't stop us from pushing it. we cannot continue the status quo this this country. if we continued that with the 13
colonies, we wouldn't be the united states. black folks wouldn't be free and women wouldn't have the right to vote. senator sanders will work hard to make sure to push that agenda. senator sanders is living that purpose and he will not relent in his efforts to bring this political revolution to our country. >> nina turner. thank you very much. coming up, presidential candidate spends so much time and money focusing on the iowa caucuses but why. what is so special? that's ahead. ♪jake reese, "day to feel alive"♪ ♪jake reese, "day to feel alive"♪
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all week i've been sitting down with msnbc host and political correspondent to look at the path for victory. tonight, marco rubio. the man the establish ment woul love to see as the gop nominee. if only they could get voters to play along. there's a lot of people invested in their being a path to victory for marco rubio. almost more than any other candidate there's this certain class of pundits and republicans willing him the way you do a child trying to do a difficult task. what is this path to victory?
>> trying to be acceptable to both of them it could still work for him. he's got to get ted cruz out of way. he's got to leave room for somebody to emerge and get the base excited. he needs cruz to lose in iowa. he doesn't need to come in second or first but a strong third place showing for rubio in iowa. high teens, somewhere in there. he got the endorsement of the des moines register the other day. cruz loses to trump and people look at his number and say not bad. >> rubio's rootsing interest ro hope he beats trump significantly. >> then you go to new hampshire. we keep calling this establishment lane pile up. christie and jeb and kasich. does that separate rubio in new hampshire. do they look and say of those four, we have been undecided
about. does he rise up and challenge trump? doesn't necessarily have to beat him but a really strong second place. you're coming out of new hampshire. may trump wins it but rubio is right on his heels. if he hemorrhages support, then you really are looking at a rubio-trump situation into south carolina which is what he needs. >> it's exactly what he wants. it's many the middle and the base and establishment is where he comes in. >> they like marco rubio in a way they despise ted cruz. coming into zk south carolinzsi looks different. >> he has enough credibility which maybe is a little upset
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the process increasingly of america as a whole. for example, state of iowa is 87.1% white compared to 62.1% nationally. the state's encounter make the caucus the most important in the nation for a full-time. candidates are willing to spend big to get support. as of tuesday $70 million has been spent on advertising alone in iowa. constant mailers, phone calls and commercials because this tiny unrepresentative subset of voters could hold the fate of election in their hands. two of the voters are jay and sharon. they are living in idaho. they are registered republicans and undecided about who they will caucus for. >> here's your mail. sdplp th >> this is ridiculous.
>> this is over weeks and weeks? >> this is yesterday. that's from when arni, told me to start saving them. >> this is marco, ted cruz. we got one huckabee. bernie sent me a letter. ben with the hands. >> like one day do they expect you to get and be like this is the one. >> this is doing it for me. >> does direct mail like this headache a difference? >> no. >> i think they are trying to keep connecting to people. >> i didn't think he was going to get traction. >> donald trump? >> yeah. >> hillary had jamie lee curtis.
>> i would love to see her. >> we're getting
ready for commercials. >> i'm donald trump and i approve this message. >> sounded like you wanted to bill to pass. >> of course, i wanted the bill to pass. >> to me, seems pretty effective at hitting it. >> have you seen anybody better? >> coming from a sales and marketing background, in my opinion donald trump is the best salesman. he says america is pouring in. do you get this image of rats coming in through the house or something. >> he's going to build that wall and mexico will pay for it. >> shall we do hillary. >> i want to go to bat for them every single day and get incomes rising and equal pay for women. cut the costs of health care and child care. >> that nails it all. >> hillary clinton.
>> she nails it? >> i think she does. >>
i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message sdplp that's a hillary clinton ad. >> paid for by her. she didn't tear down america. she didn't tear down bernie. she didn't tear down anybody else. >> you know what she's goinged to. not how you shouldn't like the other guy. >> marco rubio ran for senate saying he opposed amnesty and then he broke his promise joining with liberal democrats. >> i guess jeb has opinibeen go after marco from the dpbeginnin. they are both from florida and saw themselves as being similar. marco's getting it left and right. >> one tenth of one percent owns as much wealth as the bottom 90%. >> this is where he taps into anger. >> is that good or bad? >> it doesn't move me, but it feels a lot of people.
at least bernie will show you what it could be to be a socialist. >> it almost sounds like you're being independents leaning republican like the democratic ads. >> i like that. >> they are lot more
issue oriented. >> the republicans have been spending more time -- >> tearing each other apart. >> tearing the democrats apart than presenting their own messa message. >> is it fair to say the democrats are winning in quality of advertising? >> hands down. maybe that's the angle she's going for. >> maybe it's the campaign calling. >> it's for you. he loves these. >> put it on speaker. >> this is jay. >> live, toll free telephone meeting with me rick sansantoru. >> i got up with of those on the answering machine. they are doing the town halls.
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learned. >> i agree. that's shocking to me. we'll see on monday. i still think it remains a n nontrivial chance this doesn't pan out. what else have you learn snd. >> the gop elite have misread their own party. somewhere in the last ten years, members of congress, lobbyists decided that the average working class american cares as much about the tax cuts for the rich as they do. they told themselves this for a long time. it's not true. working class republicans are totally fine with tax hikes on the rich. they don't hate the rich but they are comfortable with it. they see it and the rich as part of the problem. there's a clash in the gop. >> for the base, the deficits
played a symbolic role about decline. for the elites, it's we're afraid we will get taxed. we would not like to. >> pay for entitlements. >> that's right. what's the last thing you've learned? >> finally, the third thing is to look at trump and bernie sanders talking the same way on trade to see that there are trade unions that have endorsed hillary clinton but members prefer trump or sanders tells me about how important this issue is as a live rail in politics and as a reflection of the insecurity that working americans feel. i think it's very powerful. it's one big reason he's doing well. the fact of the matter is for 0 years the middle class has been
hammered and hammered in the recovery from the recession. the level of level of frustration and rage is a powder keg that has to be addressed through the political process. thank you very much. >> see you. >> that's "all in" for this evening. rachel maddow starts now. >> good evening. hope you have a good friend. >> see you from des moines. >> when do you go? >> sunday. >> do you need to borrow any warm clothes? >> i have warm clothes. thank you very much. thanks to you at home for joining us this hour. he's forshadowing something i'm about to explain in detail. fridays are supposed to be slow news days. today was not a slow news day. we have some big news that broke tonight.