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health care, child care, $15 minimum wage, things like that. if he is not victorious on that level, prance he'll have some influence on those other have s influence on the other matters. >> that has to be our last word. thank you both for joining us. it's wednesday, may 11th. right now on "first look," a bizarre night in west virginia as donald trump supporters give bernie sanders a big boost on primary night. a man goes on a violent stabbing rampage, multiple deaths and injuries reported. a son for prince? plus new developments into his final days and a doctor who may have treated prince just hours before his death. plus, tornadoes continue to wreak havoc in the midwest and the discovery of nine goldilock planets that resemble earth. is there life out there? "first look" starts right now. good morning, everyone. i'm dara brown. bernie sanders captured the west
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virginia primary last night, taking 16 delegates to hillary clinton's 11. sanders' win forces clinton to continue a costly and long two front battle. and he told a packed oregon crowd that he's in the fight until the end. >> last week we won a really great victory in indiana. and tonight it appears that we have won a big, big victory in west virginia. we are in this campaign to win the democratic nomination. >> sanders' victory came after joe biden said this to gma. >> i feel confident that hillary will be the nominee and she'll be the next president. >> despite biden's unofficial endorsement, clinton continues to forge on.
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she's unleashing a barrage of new ads in kentucky ahead of the may 17th primary after refraining from airing any ads in west virginia. over on the republican side, donald trump easily won nebraska and west virginia primaries. the wins coming easily since he's the only republican left standing. but it was news regarding a controversial donald trump delegate out of california that made headlines late yesterday afternoon. the california secretary of state released a list of formally assigned delegates included on trump's list was william johnson. one of the country's most prominent white nationalists. trump spokesman hope hicks says the white nationalist inclusion was due to the database error, despite the campaign formally choosing the candidates. johnson said he'll withdrawal as a donald trump delegate. however, johnson will remain on the certified list heading to cleveland. trump also made news regarding a possible supreme
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court pick that's reverberating across the political world. >> well, they'll be pro-life. we will see about overturning, buwe will appoint -- i will appoint judges that will be pro-life. >> okay. >> planned parenthood released a statement that read, quote, women can't trust donald trump. donald trump goes on sexist rants that demean and disrespect women and backs its one a policy agenda that's dangerous and ignores the very real issues women face in this country. trump discussed his meeting thursday with house speaker paul ryan and said this about the possibility of picking chris christie as the running mate. >> i like chris a lot. i would not say ruling in or out. i have in mind five different people. i think they're excellent. i have a lot of respect for paul. i think we'll have a very good meeting, i hope. he's a very good man. he wants what's good for party. i look frankly for him to stay and be chairman. >> speaker ryan sat down with the "wall street journal" and
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spoke of the challenges facing his party. >> basically, we need to start talking about how do we unify the republican party. the point i have been making is we shouldn't just pretend that our party is unified when we know it is not. look, it's been one week since the primary effectively ended. it was a very, very bitter, divisive primary. it will make more than a week just to repair and unify this party. >> trump will have a full plate of meetings with congressional republicans tomorrow. meanwhile, nancy pelosi and democratic leaders will hold a press conference today to discuss the legislative agenda ahead of trump's meeting. well, authorities in taunton, massachusetts, are trying to figure out what caused a man to go on the violent stabbing rampage that started at a home and ended at the shopping mall. he killed two people and wounded two others before being shot by an off duty sheriff.
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dan schenamen has details. >> reporter: it was 7:00 local time when a man crashed a vehicle outside a home in taunton, massachusetts. about 40 miles south of boston. >> after the crash, the individual who has been identified as arthur derosa, 28, of taunton, exited his vehicle and gained access to a home at 270 merrick street in taunton. once inside he stabbed two women. >> reporter: one of the victims aged 80 died. a short time later the suspect crashed a car into the store at a nearby shopping mall. >> we saw like the car just like dove right in and after that, my mom is like dive the other way. it honestly happened the fastest thing. >> reporter: once inside the mall he assaulted several people. one died. >> i was shopping, i didn't know what was going on. so everybody started running including the macy's employee. so we started running. >> reporter: an off duty sheriff shot the assailant who was taken
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to the hospital and pronounced dead. >> but for the actions of the deputy sheriff in may have been other victims. >> reporter: police don't believe terrorism was the motive. the actual motive is under investigation. dan schenamen, nbc news. to the latest in the investigation into the death of prince. authorities returned to his paisley park estate yesterday evening. one of his doctors who wrote him prescriptions have been identified and the police have taken records from the medical center. we're learning more about the details when he was found dead. nbc's stephanie gosk has more. >> reporter: among many of the unanswered questions about prince's untimely death, did a local doctor in minnesota treat him in his final days? a search warrant says dr. michael todd schulenberg seen in this video made for a local university examined prince twice. once on april 7th before his plane made the emergency landing in moline, illinois, then again on april 20th. the day before prince died.
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the warrant which was issued to obtain prince's health records says dr. schulenberg was dropping off test results to prince at paisley park when he appeared at the death scene. during questioning by police, dr. schulenberg said he prescribed medications for prince and they were filled at walgreens. dr. schulenberg is a family physician and he worked for north memorial clinic. that hospital tells nbc news that he is no longer an employee there. we reached out the dr. schulenberg at his private office, but he has not responded. this comes after an attorney for dr. howard kornfeld an addiction specialist in california says a representative of prince called his client the night before the pop star died for what he described as a life saving mission. stephanie gosk, nbc news, new york. a man serving time in federal prison in colorado is reported to have come forward claiming he's the biological son and legal heir of the late pop
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star. this will be the first paternity claim filed in court since prince's death. on friday, the judge cleared the way for dna testing to be conducted in case any parentage issues arise. one company says it's received more than 700 inquiries from people who believe they may be related to the artist. and at least ten people were injured after a large tornado ripped through western kentucky. video from the nearby car dealership in the town of mayfield captured the twister, sending debris flying through the air. the tornado appears to subside before touching down again. >> here it goes. it's going -- oh, look at that! look at that. holy mackerel. there goes that. >> the twister is part of the same severe storm system that has ravaged the central plains and killed two people since the weekend. two other tornadoes were confirmed to have touched down elsewhere in kentucky. president obama will make history later this month when he
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becomes first sitting american president to visit hiroshima, japan, the place where the atomic bomb was dropped in 1945. the white house says this is meant to advance the president's goal of a nuclear free world. obama's deputy national security adviser ben rhodes wrote, quote, he will not revisit the decision to use the atomic bomb at the end of world war ii. instead, he will offer a forward looking vision focussed on our shared future. the president's may 27th visit will come at the end of the g-7 summit being hosted by japan. let's get down to business with cnbc's landon dowdy. good morning, landon. >> hi there, good morning to you. wall street may give back some of tuesday's gains today. the market's rallying with the dow up more than 2 hundred points, thanks in part to the rebound. the dow and s&p 500 posting the best percentage gains in two
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months. helped by the likes of caterpillar and goldman sachs. watch the shares of disney they sink in late trading tuesday after the media giant reported the first earnings miss in five years. while sioux into ya and "star wars" drove it, it was driven by ad revenues at espn. and amazon has launched a service similar to youtube. you can upload your own licensed clips and designate whether it's free for everyone, available to rent or own. offered via the subscription. well, a scare involving police and taylor swift
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welcome back to "first look." good morning, everyone, in san
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antonio who is waking up and looking outside their windows. thunderstorms right over the top of the town. austin, steady rains, but a lot of active lightning right over the downtown san antonio. so if you're heading outdoors early this morning, very early in the morning, give yourself another half hour until that storm exits. also a severe thunderstorm watch including in the kansas city area, south of omaha. had some pretty good storms around omaha earlier. this storms are located just to the south of kansas city. they're going to try to move up your way. i'd give it another hour or two hours. that could be at the early portions of your morning commute right around 6:00 a.m. for today, 22 million people at risk of severe storms. this area of orange is the enhanced risk area. it looks like this is the greatest threat of baseball sized hail. large hail and damaging winds. tulsa, wichita falls to sherman to mcallester. and the timing of the storms is late today. the storms haven't begun to form yet. also around washington, d.c., how's this for a stat, today should make 15 days in a row
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with some measurable precipitation. it's been kind of a gloomy weather pattern. >> it has been gloomy on the east coast. taylor swift's security team had to jump into action after a man described by police as emotionally disturbed showed up at her doorstep in new york city. police cuffed the man and took him to the hospital for evaluation. so far no charges have been filed. one man's loyalty to domino's pizza paid off after the pizza team saved his life. employees at an oregon shop noticed 11 days had passed since the last order. concerned they called 911 and police heard cries for help and found him on the floor of his home and he's recovering now in a hospital. nasa scientists say they have confirmed over 1,200 new planets outside the solar system that more than doubles the number of so called xo planets known to man. it raises concerns that another earth-like planet is out there.
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scientists believe nine of them are potentially habitable. well, now to sports and steph curry won his second straight mvp award and is the first nba player to be unanimously selected. he received all the first place votes and only the 11th player to win back-to-back mvp awards. back to san antonio, in the end, thunder prevailed, 95-91. the spurs only lost one game at home all year. the loss sends the spurs to the brink of elimination. and president obama welcomed the uconn women to the white house. they have won six national titles during the president's tenure in office. and prince harry was in attendance for the track and field events at the invictus games. ivan spheres accepted if -- the gold medal, his second of the
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here's your hump day edition of "scrambled politics." ted cruz received a hero's welcome yesterday as he made his first visit to capitol hill since dropping his white house bid last week. he met privately with staffers and in comments to the press ruled out a third party run for the presidency. also on the hill, the senate unanimously passed a measure removing offensive terms such as oriental from federal law. the lead sponsor says updating derogatory offenses in federal law has been long overdue. the bill now heads to president obama's desk for signature. and paying a visit to the newly elected mayor of london, he had some choice words for trump and his muslim ban. >> it's very stupid, it's very stupid and i think the example
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are all the people, muslims, and mr. trump is so stupid. my god, my god. speaking of trump, new exit polling out of nebraska and west virginia now give us a glimpse into what may have steered voters his way. 63% of the nebraska voters feel betrayed by gop politicians and 49% of west virginian voters feel the same. when it comes to party unity, half of the nebraska republicans 48% say they believe their party will unite in november. in west virginia it jumps to 55%. and laura bush and daughter jenna bush hager paid a visit to "the tonight show" to promote their new book and george w. bush's new found love of painting came up. >> it's progressed.
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he paints putin. >> he did? >> that was a long time ago. that's already -- he painted the world leaders he served with. >> how did it start? >> he got the app on his iphone, the penultimate. he drew these very funny stick funny characters. >> it was a period where he only communicated through his art. >> that is your morning dish of "scrambled politics." i want to bring in political analyst and best selling author ellis henican with us this morning. good morning. >> good morning. do you have a book yet? >> i don't have a book yet. but to quote, things got weird in west virginia last night. not that bernie sanders won, but that trump supporters helped to put him over the edge. >> sneaky, right? >> sneaky. >> little sneaky. >> i think they're messing around. they don't want hillary to romp to victory. they want trouble on the way. i think they were sowing a little mischief there. >> 39% said they'd vote for
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trump over sanders in the fall election. so this is actually crossing party lines now. how is this going to affect voting down the ballot? >> well, it just throws things into the uproar. who is it that's actually voting here? are these democrats or people trying to give hillary some problems? so yes, it echoes all the way down the ballot. >> it's a tough one for both parties to come back from. now we have clinton and trump. we are seeing voters respond because is it the anti-vote we're getting now or actually supporting the candidates? >> everybody is anti-everybody. we never had a race where the two leading candidates were as unpopular as these people. it makes you wonder is there room for a third party out there? it does raise the question. >> well, let's keep it weird here because originally hillary clinton was the lead. but bernie sanders, man, he's just chipping away at her. how is she going to recover from this? >> well, it's strange. like she's losing her way to victory. right? i mean, the math is still on her
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side. almost impossible mathematically for bernie to do this. but boy, this is not such a nice way to win, right, to keep being state after state after state, coming and losing. so yes, the math is on her side, but i think the political psychology is kind of with him right now. >> tough one to recover from. now let's talk, trump, thursday, capitol hill. >> yes. >> what's going to happen? >> he's going to meet with paul ryan and other republican congress people. you know, they have to somehow make some sort of peace here. i'm getting signals on the ryan side that they really would like to make some kind of friendly accommodation here. but their personalities are so different and the future of the republican party is at stake. if you're paul ryan and your members -- my gosh, is this trump guy going to hurt me in november that's tough to navigate here. >> and paul ryan is not on the shortist for vp?
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>> not on the short list for vp. well, just ahead a survivor story involving a beer loving pig and the ft. mcmurray wildfires. that's up next. hey, need fast heartburn relief? try cool mint zantac. it releases a cooling sensation in your mouth and throat. zantac works in as little as 30 minutes. nexium can take 24 hours. try cool mint zantac. no pill relieves heartburn faster. "daddy doing work",d it's funny that i've been in the news for being a dad. windows 10 is great because i need to keep organized. school, grocery shopping.
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leading the news in "usa today," a florida man shoots himself, doesn't notice until days later. a back injury flared up and he shot himself in the arm. he didn't feel pain because of the numbing effect of the back medication. and beer loving beer left
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behind during the ft. mcmurray evacuation was found safe. they told the family when the alberta police showed a photo of them feeding a pig and it was marshall, safe and sound. like us on facebook, but stay here because "way too early" starts right now. speaker ryan may not be ready to support trump right now, but some day he hopes to and wants to. i just want to give him a little advice. hey, paul, it's me, steve. i know you're under a lot of pressure right now to endorse trump. i want to say it's okay to take it slow. just because all the cool people like ben carson are doing it doesn't mean you have to. you want the first time you endorse donald trump to be special. i mean, look at chris christie, he rushed right in to endorse and now everywhere he goes is a walk of shame. but don't worry. [ cheers and applause ]
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but don't worry, when you decide the time is finally right for you to endorse trump, it will only last a minute. just shut your eyes and think of reagan. >> the primary battle rages with big wins for donald trump and bernie sanders but the story line is just how many trump supporters were feeling the bern in west virginia. plus, another deadly mall attack. this time a stabbing rampage in massachusetts. the big question this morning is why? and -- >> holy mackerel, there goes that. >> the tornado outbreak continues with almost a dozen reported injuries across western kentucky. bill karins is back in action this morning with more on how much longer the severe weather will last. it's 5:30 on the east coast, 2:30 out west. this is "way too early."


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