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maine law makers saw this as life and death. that does it for us tonight. again, a really special thank you to our interoview guest us. again, a special, special thank you to our interview guest tonight. "first look" is up next. it's tuesday, may 3rd. right now, ted's last stand, can cruz stop the trump momentum? a family feud is shaping up over prince's half billion dollar estate. a veritable who's who showed up dressed to impress for the met gala. the theme fashion in the age of technology. what happens when lawmakers don't agree? another teacher sickout for chicago and beating 5,000 to 1 odds. "first look" starts right now. well, good morning. i'm betty nguyen.
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primary day in indiana. polls show donald trump well ahead of ted cruz there. cruz went toe to toe in an uncomfortable face-off with trump supporters yesterday. >> you are the problem. >> let me ask you something. >> you are the politics, you're a problem. >> can i ask you something? out of all of the candidates name one who had a million dollar judgment against him for hiring illegal aliens. donald trump -- >> he's self-funded. >> that's right. so you like rich people who buy politicians? >> where's your goldman sachs jacket at? your wife works there. >> i was supported by $1.3 million contributions. donald trump is deceiving you. he's playing you for a chump. >> hallie jackson caught up with cruz shortly after that exchange. >> in indiana -- the protesters -- >> well there are five of them, hundreds of us, so no. >> you think you have the numbers here? >> it will be up to the voters.
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>> cruz battled a 10-year-old heckler on sunday. and he also took criticism for not helping his vp pick carly fiorina after she took a bad fall on stage. here is that fall. >> help me welcome your next first family, heidi cruz, your next first lady, carolyn and kathlyn and the next president of the united states, ted cruz. >> well, trump ridiculed cruz for not helping fiorina after the incident. >> then he picks carly, carly is perfectly nice. by the way, she fell off the stage, did anybody see that? and cruz didn't do anything. even i would have helped her, okay? no, it's true. the weirdest thing. >> meanwhile, trump spent his final day of campaigning in indiana look ahead to november.
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he hit ted cruz, touted the general election polling and said that the nomination is all but over. >> honestly if we win in indiana it's over. it's over. [ cheers and applause ] they're finished. they're gone. they're gone. now indiana is becoming very important. and i say -- i say, so important in terms of the race. usually by this time it's over, and, you know, it doesn't matter. but this time, you folks belong where you belong. it's called importantville, right? i love it. i think he's crazy. lyin' ted does not have the temperament to be doing this. he's choking like a dog because he's losing so badly. we have to put him away tomorrow, folks. we have to get out and vote. get out and vote. >> and in indiana he was introduced by fred the hammer williamson, former basketball
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coach gene keady and digger phelps. he nabbed the endorsement of lou holts. on the democratic side, tonight could be bernie sanders' last chance. he scored one primary from clinton last week as she held commanding leads in four states. while clinton stopped sanders in indiana by four points that's well within the margin of error so tonight's outcome could go either way. here's what sanders had to say at his final indiana rally. >> tomorrow, let us see indiana have the largest voter turnout in their history. [ cheers and applause ] tomorrow, let us see indiana help lead this country into the political revolution. thank you all. >> meanwhile, clinton spent her monday in kentucky and west virginia. she's also raised millions from her woman card campaign. it raked in over $2 million last week through 127,000 donations.
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for april, clinton raised $26 million just slightly move than sanders' 25.8 million for the same month. it's the first time in months clinton outraised sanders. she is expected to keep campaigning in west virginia and ohio today as sanders holds a rally in kentucky. clinton will sit down with msnbc's andrea mitchell today at noon. meanwhile, donald trump is expected to speak from his new york headquarters as results from the indiana primary come in. as for cruz, he will make one last ditch effort with three separate events in indiana today. msnbc is the place to watch all of the primary results from indiana. our special coverage begins with chuck todd at 5:00 p.m. eastern and continues with full team coverage at 6:00. we have the indiana primary covered right here on msnbc, so don't miss it. all right. so all of the glitz and glam off the fashion world, they were on display on the biggest night. the met gala in new york city. beyonce stunned in a futuristic
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gown. she made her first red carpet appearance since releasing "lemonade" and without jay z. claire danes channeled cinderella in a blue gown. taylor swift had a silver minidress and lady gaga's jacket. and kate upton though took the theme and ran with it, debuting some new bling and breaking the news of her engagement to detroit tigers pitcher justin verlander to our sister network "e." congratulations to them. the other theme, baby bumps. olivia wild and emily blunt posed together and kerry washington showed off her bump complete with purple hair. always fun to watch. teachers in detroit, they are holding another sickout
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today. now this marks the second day in a row at a protest which focuses on teacher pay. the teacher's union called for the sickout after the district said it won't have enough money to pay teachers their salaries in june. it's due to lack of funds. they closed 94 of the 97 schools. and the state legislature is considering a $720 million restructuring plan that would help fund the district. the stage is now set for a major family drama over the fortune left behind by prince. the fight reached a minnesota courtroom on monday even as many troubling questions remain over how and why the superstar died. nbc's stephanie gosk has details. >> reporter: with concern that prescription drugs played a role, arsenio hall knew he was in pain. >> i was aware of hip pain he had. i never talked about that kind
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of thing. >> reporter: meanwhile, in minnesota, his siblings pushed through a mob to get into the courthouse. the first step into dividing his fortune. tyka nelson, his sister and five half siblings are the only known heirs. the judge confirmed that no will has been found. and the search for one continues. >> these estates can be some of the ugliest fights you have seen in probate court. people are throwing around all sorts of dirty laundry. it's all aired out for the public to see. >> reporter: prince's estate is estimated to be worth nearly $300 million. it will likely grow. on top of new music sales there is a treasure trove of unreleased tracts, thousands to put a price tag on. honed at least 16 different -- he owned at least 16 different properties worth close to $30 million. while the family tries to unravel the finances the mystery of prince's death only deepens.
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law enforcement forces say prescription pain killers were found on his body and in paisley park. founding out what role they may have played if any and who prescribed them is at the heart of the investigation. >> that was nbc's stephanie gosk reporting. the navy's top officer is speaking out about provocative close calls involving russian jets. he hopes for a normalization of relations after russian jets buzzed the ships on multiple occasions. the most recent incident came on friday. a russian jet intercepted a u.s. reconnaissan reconnaissance plane and in april this video was released of russian aircraft flying by the "uss donald cook" in a simulated attack profile. admiral richardson says this raises tensions in the area and he has called on russia to abide by a maritime agreement signed in 1972 to prevent escalation. let's get down to business
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with cnbc's landon dowdy. >> hi, there. good morning. wall street could give back some of monday's gains. closing near the highest of the session. the nasdaq snapping a seven day losing streak after data shows the u.s. economy continues to grow. although at a slow but steady pace. look for monthly sales numbers for the big automakers. low on gas? there's an app for that. a new app in san francisco area is dispatching pickup trucks with gas to fill people's tanks. you give location of your car and the delivery window. they charge per gallon rates comparable to nearby gas stations and a there every fee. sony has a patent for a new contact lens that could record video just by blinking. images would be store around the iris and would be powered by eye movements. however, the technology is only in the design phase so don't
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morning commute. the ride home should be dry for almost all of those areas. 9 million people at risk of severe storms through central north carolina today. raleigh durham, the charlotte area, biggest cities involved in this. the timing -- we get rid of the rain and then it clears out. storms will form around charlotte around 2:00 for raleigh around 4:00 or 5:00. middle of the country, you are gorgeous today. but the east coast, we're just stuck in this gloomy weather pattern. >> hopefully it will change soon. it will change at some point. >> eventually. if you thought the legal brawl 2000 hulk hogan and gawker was over better think again. he filed another lawsuit against gawker claiming the website leaked sealed court documents to t"the national enquirer" that included remarks of him making racist remarks. the new lawsuit follows his $140 million win against gawker back in march. after the site posted a video of
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the national wrestling hall of fame has thrown house speaker dennis hastert out of the ring of fire. hastert was sentenced last week the 15 months in prison after he pleaded guilty to making illegal cash withdraws to pay one of four men who accused him of sexual abuse. the hall of fame voted to revoke all of the honors bestowed on him. he was inducted back in 2003. heidi cruz is used to answering questions alongside her husband, but we bet she never thought she'd have to answer whether her husband is the zodiac killer. yes, you heard that right. she fought back against those online rumors when speaking to yahoo! news yesterday. >> i have been married to him for 50 years and i know pretty well who he is. there's a lot of garbage out there. >> it seems particularly vicious. >> well, when you get close to winning people get vicious. >> all of this started after a popular meme and even a facebook page called ted cruz the zodiac killer went viral. but it may have been comedy
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center's larry wilmore who pushed the joke over the edge at the white house correspondents' dinner. >> there's a joke going around the san bernardiinternet that t the zodiac killer. he got a string of endorsements and then everyone remembered who he is. the zodiac killer. the zodiac killer. the zodiac killer. come on. that's absurd, you know, some people actually liked the zodiac killer. first lady michelle obama and dr. jill biden appeared "the voice" last month. they talked about joining forces. and the program focuses on employment, education and wellness of service members and their families. >> joining forces gives all americans the opportunity to show their support for those who serve and sacrifice so much for our country. and we briefly mentioned ted cruz's run-in with a 10-year-old heckler. well, jimmy fallon had a bit of fun with it last night.
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check it out. >> cruz himself has had a tough time in indiana. even little kids are starting to heckle him at his campaign events. this is real. this is from yesterday. take a look at this. >> when we do that, -- >> i don't care! >> apparently, there's a young man having some problems. >> yeah, you suck! >> thank you, son. thank you. [ laughter ] >> what? >> give it up for donald trump's grandson, everybody. there he is. >> and that's your morning dish of "scrambled politics." all right. 22 minutes past the hour in washington. i'm joined by daniel litman, politico reporter. i can't get over that. good morning, daniel. >> good morning, how are you? >> i'm doing all right. all right, we'll shift to this. because while it may appear that indiana is ted cruz's last stand, his campaign believes until trump gets the 1,237 delegates needed, he still has a
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shot at this. are they right? >> i think this falls town the realm of magical -- into the realm of magical thinking. just because you think it's drew doesn't make it true. you have seen trump's campaign, paul manafort, he was at the white house correspondents' dinner, talking to reince priebus of the rnc. that's an indication that the people have to be working together soon if they want to defeat hillary clinton. i think trump is claiming victory a little bit and ted cruz is yesterday's news. >> but by ted cruz's calculation, it makes sense for him to stay in the game because there's just that slight bit of a chance for a contested convention, if you will. then, you know, the gloves come off. >> yeah, that's definitely true. the -- even if trump has that 1,237 number of delegates in cleveland, there's -- you know, they can be -- they can be doing things in the credentials committee and they can be using the party rules to try to unbound some of the delegates and that's what roger stone, you know, trump's legal -- you know,
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his dirty tricks man, that's what he's been -- that's what he'll be doing in cleveland. so that's a real concern for trump. he has to be really trying to get those numbers higher than 1,237. >> yeah. well, i'm going to shift to this, because bernie sanders and hillary clinton, those numbers are pretty tight in indiana, according to some early polling there. but it already sounds like sanders is betting on a contested convention like cruz. how big of a boost will a win in indiana give sanders? >> i think it would give him some boost, but already you have seen hillary shifting to the general election. i think what's interesting is that sanders is not using the -- you know, the really harsh rhetoric he had been using against clinton. that indications that he wants to -- that indicates he's more on focused the rhetoric out there instead of taking down clinton which is not likely at this point for him. >> all right, thanks so much for joining us today. we do appreciate it. >> thank you. john oliver tackles the
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entertainers in the world and the lead singer of r & b, group destiny's child is our queen now. things have become scarcer such as carbohydrates and cosby show reruns. and -- >> i'm betty nguyen. this is "first look" on msnbc. "way too early" starts now. you look like a fish monster and you're a terrible person! >> god bless you, sir. sir, you seem to have real problems with anger. i would advise decaffeinated brands. they work just as well. i'm running to be everyone's president. >> we don't want you. >> well, you're entitled to your view and i'll respect it. >> do the math. >> do the math! >> you asked kasich to drop out. it's your turn. >> with all due respect, donald trump is playing you for a chump. >> donald trump supporters confronted ted cruz ahead of what could be his last chance to stop the front-runner. it's primary day in the hoosier
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state. plus, hillary clinton campaigns in coal country and is forced to answer tough questions over her past comments about putting the industry out of business. >> i just want to know how you can say you're going to put a lot of coal miners out of jobs and then come in here and tell us how you're going to be our friend. because those people out there don't see you as a friend. >> we'll have clinton's response, plus overcoming 5,000 to 1 odds to make sports history. it's 5:30 on the east coast, 2:30 out west and this is "way too early." good morning. it's tuesday, may 3rd, i'm jonathan capehart. donald trump hopes to rack up another win in indiana and in doing so he is hoping to close out the republican primary season. trump needs 46% of the remaining

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