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weather alert. toeshl rains ahead for today. then to a near miss for one lucky news reporter, plus and a high speed chase and the biz yar scene of what happened next. first look starts right now. >> good morning.
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more primaries and more results. trump took michigan. ted cruz came in second, followed closely by john kasich and marco rubio. cruz did win idaho and it's wortds noting that trump didn't campaign in although he did say he liked their potatoes. the biggest win of the night, bernie sanders edged out hillary clinton. nbc called trump as the winner in hawaii. speaking from florida last night, trump thanked his supporters while talking about a growing movement. >> thank you very much, everyone. this was an amazing evening. i want to thank the public. i want to thank the people of michigan. i want to thank the people of mississippi. only one person did well tonight, donald trump.
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the single biggest story is what's happening at the both. the tremendous number of people that are coming out to vote whereas the democrats are down 30%. you're talking about millions of people. so i actually think it's the biggest story in politics today and i hope that the republicans will embrace it. believe it or not, i am a unifier. i want to thank paul ryan. he called me a couple of days. he could not have been nicer. lying ted. i call him lying ted. he holds the bible high and then he goes down and he puts the bible down and then he lies. i know politicians better than anybody, they're liars. they're serious liars. they'll never get you to the promised land. i can more presidential than anybody. i would say more presidential and i've said this a couple of
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times more presidential than anybody other than the great abe li ling yon. >> trump showed highway his water, magazine and wine. >> we make the finest wine. i know the press is extremely honest so i won't offer them any, but if they want they can take a bottle of wine home. >> sanders was in florida hitting back against recent polls that showed him behind in michigan. >> the polls had us 25 points down a few days, the pundits who said bernie sanders is not going inner and i want to thank the volunteers that we had in the state of michigan for knocking
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on doors and for the phone calls that created this night for us. what tonight means is that the bernie sanders campaign, the people's -- the revolution, people's revolution that we are talking about, the political revolution that we are talking about is strong in every part of the country and frankly we believe that our strongest areas are yet to happen. >> meanwhile clinton appears to be looking past sanders and not so subtly jabbing her republican opponents. >> running for president shouldn't be about delivering insults, it should be about delivering results for the american people. if we reach for love and kindness, instead of bluster and bigotry, we can see the best in each other, not the worst. if we lift each other up, instead of tearing each other
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down, there's nothing we can't do together. >> while sanders' win in michigan was big, it will be about even on the delegates. trump grew his delegate lead. he has 476. cruz is in second and then followed by marco rubio and john kasich. trump is no doubt looking toward next tuesday with florida, ohio, north carolina. even though florida is rubio's home state, recent polling shows trump ahead of rubio by eight points while hillary clinton has a lead over bernie sanders. he was known as the fifth beatle. he has died at the age of 90. the news was broken early this
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morning. god bless george martin. george will be missed. nbc is joined from london. >> good morning. he famously guided the fab four to fame getting that nickname the fifth beetle. he passed away overnight. ringo star breaking that news on twitter. he produced most of the well known songs and albums, an english gentleman throughout his career. he seemed an unlikely fit at first, but it proved to make music history. it was a career filled with awards including grammys and an oscar nod. it wasn't just the beetles that he influenced, he was behind the music for three james bond films and the contribute to princess diana.
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he had a hand in the broadway hit tommy. later in life working again with the beetles, he created a new album in the process with his son saying you don't get a better job than this. contributes continue to flow in all across social media this morning. >> he had an amazing life. thank you so much for that. the. the search for a suspected shooter for a minister has ended. there was a man arrested last night. police say he threw objects over the white house fence. he's accused of shooting pastor tim rummington six times on sunday. it happened after the minister delivered prayers at a rally. >> once we got the information
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and realized the scope of of really who could be in danger in this case, we alerted everybody. we were in contact with the secret service. we began to alert anybody who we thought may be in danger. >> pastor remington's son said his father is expected to make a full recovery. there's no word on what motivated the attack. a magnificence manhunt in missouri. according to police a mexican national suspected of killing five people is now in custody. the search began late monday when police found four man fatally shot in a kansas city, kansas home. early tuesday the manhunt shifted to a car abandoned on i-70.
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short lie after 2:00 a.m. eastern time police say they apprehended the suspect. he illegally reentered at an unknown date. police received reports of a woman throwing items from a vehicle on saturday which led to a chase at speeds up to 100 miles an hour. the driver crashed into a pickup truck at an intersection and fled from her vehicle naked. the woman was arrested. there is no word on why she was naked. it is official no meteorologist say this winter is the hottest ever for the lower 48 states and alaska had its second warmest temperature. the average temperature was 4.6 degrees above normal. recordkeeping began in 1895. the warmer temperatures in
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washington, d.c. are causing cherry blossoms to bloom earlier than expected 13 days ahead of schedule. parts of texas, arkansas and kansas were pounded by rains and winds tuesday. one confirm tornado damaged a mobile home park. meteorologist is here with the details of the severe storms. >> it was dramatic yesterday, but i think the life threaten weather is ongoing now. now we're concerned with flash flooding. there are fire departments rescuing people and trying to get them out of their homes as the water rises. all night there were torrential rains along interstate 20 heading towards dallas. here are the flash flood warnings, as far as the big
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cities, greenville, mississippi, sleeve port louisiana, the flash flood watch is 20 million people going from st. louis to new orleans and houston. isolated storm totals is a foot of rain over last night and what's going to happen today and tomorrow this is our color table for how much rain we're going do get an additional five to seven inches here and in dish to that we could see some isolated severe weather with tornados in the same areas. >> thank you so much for that. dramatic courtroom testimony from hulk hogan plus run reporter is thanking his lucky stars. first look is back in three. the future belongs to the fast.
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a bill banning abortions beyond 19 weeks passed in south carolina's state senate, 36-9. it allows exceptions for the mother's life or inviability outside the womb, but not rape or inzest. a spokesperson for nikki haley would not say if she would sign the legislation. hulk hogan is on the stand for the second day. the sex tape of hogan and ex-wife was made to be entertainment. >> in the privacy of your own home, i'm not hulk hogan. i'm terry beleo. reporter alex savidge was covering the train derailment in alameda when this quick-thinking camera man yelled for him to get out of the way. savidge jumped in which a car crashed into the camera. both he and his cameraman are okay. now to sports.
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green bay, fairleigh dickinson and south dakota state and gonzaga have secured a spot in the ncaa tournament that begins next week. gonzaga celebrates the 18th straight tourney trip, mark few demonstrated the best hand stand in front of the team. he got some high fives but he should probably stick to coaching. to the nba where the spurs are within three games of golden state. san antonio beat minnesota 116-91 and are three away from the best record in the nba. to los angeles where orlando's gordon offered a little show time of his own with the do you think. but it was the lakers still riding high after upsetting golden state who took this one. 107-98. megatron is done, calvin johnson has played his last game. the man they call megatron has 15 nfl records after playing just nine seasons in the motor city. the 30-year-old johnson goes out with 11,619 yards.
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83 touchdowns, and 6 pro bowl invitations. johnson apologized to some for not holding a press conference to make the announcement, but those who knew him best would understand. stay with us. "scrambled politics" is up next. if your family outing is magical for all the wrong reasons. you may be muddling through allergies. try zyrtec® for powerful allergy relief. and zyrtec® is different than claritin®. because it starts working faster on the first day you take it. try zyrtec®. muddle no more®. do you sign invoices likeour fathey're autographs?en,
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rubio floundering in fourth. but senator cruz is getting some help. however, this time from a bush. no, not jeb or george, but brother neil who is joining cruz's national finance team. hmm. anyone remember silverado? trump has the support and endorsement of a new york baseball legend. >> he did a special job. we have another special man -- paul o'neill of the yankees. stand up, paul. paul. in fact, paul, you come -- you originally come from ohio, right? oh, wow. do you endorse me? i love you. thank you, paul. thank you. wow. that's a great endorsement from ohio. >> paul o'neill is a big trump supporter and a they later shared some one-on-one time. and just take a look at this. a bern baby bern supporter took an enormous sanders puppet to msnbc's live location in detroit last night. and the crowd loved every bit of it.
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well, we do apologize if you have any nightmares from it. and that is your morning dish of "scrambled politics." political analyst and best selling author ellis henican is here this morning. >> good morning. that's a little scary, i have to say. >> it is. but sander has a huge upset in michigan. both "the new york times" and "the new york post" leading with sanders upsets in michigan. what does this do to hillary clinton? >> well, it doesn't wreck her delegate count, she is still way ahead, but it brings up a dicey question in november. here is a populist, enthusiastic, passionate guy making a message to working class white voter, does that sound anyone else that hillary might be facing this year? >> well it might not mess up the delegates, but not the super delegates. >> well, listen, hillary is getting this nomination and
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trump is looming out there in the same message that bernie sanders is delivering from ther. trump will be playing the same chords in november if he's the recommend can nominee. so there's actual reason for nervousness in there. >> cruz took idaho, what does that do to trump? does that make him now unstoppable? can he come over the idaho loss? >> don't worry too much about idaho. i mean, they're lovely people. don't get me wrong. but no, i mean, donald is romping truly right now. keep an eye next week, a week from yesterday, to florida and ohio. winner take all states. if donald wins those it's hard to imagine how he's going to be stopped. if he doesn't win them, hey, we might have a very, very wild convention. >> well, what would happen if rubio and kasich actually drop out before florida? i mean -- >> it's not going to happen. >> are they pulling votes from trump on this? >> that's not going to happen. these guys aren't dropping out. they're all running. listen, it seems to me that
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trump is best stoppable by one candidate at each place, marco rubio in florida, john kasich in ohio. i don't understand the cruz strategy of messing around in florida. it seems unlikely he'll win florida. it kind of halts donald trump. maybe he has an idea his advisers have a theory on it, that we haven't been able to grasp. i have to tell you, that's an odd one to me. >> it's a winner take all. msnbc's joe scarborough wrote an op-ed said that trump questions ronald reagan's republican party. has he made it less politics and more qvc? >> it's funny, he brought out all the products in the press conference, including actual red meat. we talk about red meat in politics that's a figurative thing. but he had trump steaks on stage.
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>> next tuesday we have to see what he brings to the table after super tuesday. thank you so much. >> great to see you. well, just ahead the latest headlines coming out of last night's primaries and caucuses. plus, the daily show greats a brutally honest take on the race for the white house. get the word out about how awesome bugs are. kids learn to be brave and curious and all kids speak the language of bug. "hey cortana, find my katydid video." oh! this is so good. if you're trying to teach a kid about a proboscis. just sketch it on the screen. i don't have a touch screen on my mac, i'm jealous of that. you put a big bug in a kids hands and change their world view. it takesi'm on the move.. to all day long...ss. and sometimes, i just don't eat the way i should. so i drink boost to get the nutrition that i'm missing. boost complete nutritional drink has 26 essential vitamins and minerals, including calcium and vitamin d to support strong bones and 10 grams of protein to help maintain muscle. all with a great taste. i don't plan on slowing down any time soon.
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leading the news on nbc.com, sanders scores major upsets and bernie sanders had one of the most important victories, winning his first primary in a state with large black electorate. michigan was also where hillary clinton was the favorite. and as we mentioned in "the washington post," trump crushes ronald reagan's republican party, the editorial by msnbc's joe scarborough. he says donald trump easily won the night by working class votes
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who feel abandoned by the president, by the government and the republican party. he says rubio and the rest of the gop field were left watching in horror as he used his victory speech to hawk steaks and wine. former first lady nancy reagan will lie in repose in simi valley, california. mrs. reagan will be laid to rest in a private funeral on friday morning. the "the daily show" asked kids what think of the upcoming election. >> rubio, cruz and trump they ask like people in precool. >> you should know because you were in preschool four years ago. >> yeah. >> they're fighting over a bunch of nothing. if they want to do then they should at least go to jupiter or something. >> america is one of the biggest countries in the world. you don't want to act like a bunch of children when you want to become the president like that. >> boy, out of the mouth of babes there. >> see, the kids absorb more
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than you think. the little barbs in the headlines. >> i'm not sure they take in the details but boy, they get the main points. >> they know enough. >> i'm dara brown. don't forget to like us on facebook. "way too early" continues with our political coverage right now. we started off with 17. we're down to four. of the four, they're pretty much all gone, okay, pretty much. they didn't do so well tonight, folks. okay, i'm not going to say anybody didn't do well, they didn't do well. there's only one person who did well tonight, donald trump, i will tell you. it's true. >> let me tell you what some in the media may not know. is that -- that is in almost all of the national polls, we beat donald trump and we beat him by big numbers. you know if you're running like you're hillary and running against one guy, i mean, you're
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running against bernie. hillary is going to be very easy to beat. she's a very flawed candidate. >> now, running for president shouldn't be about delivering insults. it should be about delivering results for the american people. >> one mississippi, two mississippi, that's about how long it took for hillary clinton to win the southern primary. but as the night wore on, bernie sanders defied the polling to pull off a big win in michigan. plus, three more wins for donald trump. one for ted cruz and marco rubio, well, he came up short once again. and a bizarre twist in the case of a pastor who was shot just one day after praying with ted cruz. the scene of the crime was idaho, but the suspect, he was arrested just outside the white house. it's 5:30 on the east coast, 2:30 out west. this is "way too early."

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