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person running for president who calls in to shows and just basically says whatever the thought of the day might be. >> hillary clinton making it clear she will go after donald trump, but will she land a punch. the latest on the line of attack from her. and the tsa in the hot seat today, trying to explain to lawmakers what he's doing to make sure that people aren't waiting in security lines while their planes are taking off without them. it's 5:30 on the east coast, 2:30 out west. this is "way too early." hey, everybody. good morning. it's wednesday, may the 25th. i'm thomas roberts. good to have you with me.
last night, donald trump easily won the washington state primary pulling within 40 delegates of clinching the gop nomination. but that was overshadowed by a violent night in albuquerque. anti-donald trump protesters clashed with the police outside the presumptive gop nominee's rally in new mexico and some in the crowd waved mexican flags while others set fires and even more chanted obscenities marching through the streets. things really escalated when protesters threw rocks at the officers who used smoke canisters and what appeared to be pepper spray to disperse the crowds. the albuquerque police department said several were treated for injuries from being hit by rocks and at least one person was arrested. trump had reportedly left the area by the time the clashes escalated. on his way to l.a., where he will hold a major fund-raiser. but it was inside the albuquerque convention center protesters sporadically interrupted the event to hear his respond to attacks in 2006
when he said that the housing market would crash. so he could take advantage and go in and buy. >> i see this low life -- she puts on the ad, did you know that donald trump was rooting against housing because he wanted housing to go down because he wanted to buy and they've got a clip of me many years saying, if it goes down, i'm going to buy. i'm a businessman, that's what i'm supposed to do. you see, if she did it, she'd want to buy at the top. i like if it goes down, it goes down. hey, i feel badly for everybody. what am i going to do? i'm in business. okay? she goes, and donald trump is a terrible person. and he wanted to buy housing when it was at a low point. who the hell doesn't? who doesn't? >> hillary clinton kept up the pressure on trump yesterday hitting him on the issues of financial speculation and wall street.
which the latest nbc news/"wall street journal" poll says that voters trust him to deal with a 20 point margin over hillary clinton. >> he actually said he was hoping for the crash that caused hard working families in california and across america to lose hair homes. all because he thought he could take advantage of it to make some money for himself. and now he says he wants to roll back the financial regulations that we have imposed on wall street to let them run wild again. well, i'll tell you what, you and i together we're not going to let him bankrupt america. and he has experience in bankruptcy. well, i'll tell you what i'm going to do. i'm never going to let wall street bankrupt main street again. i am never. >> more democrats are getting in on the act. last night, u.s. senator elizabeth warren gave a
blistering critique of donald trump's position on the housing and financial markets using insults and withering trump style mockery while speaking in washington, d.c. >> what kind of a man roots for people to get thrown out of their house? what kind of man roots for people to get thrown out of their jobs? to root for people to lose their pensions? to root for too little girls in clark county, nevada, to end up living out of a van? what kind of a man does that? i'll tell you exactly what kind of a man does that. it is man who cares about no one but himself. a small -- [ applause ] a small, insecure money grubber who doesn't care who gets hurt so long as he makes a profit off of it. donald trump is worried about
helping poor little wall street. let me find the world's smallest violin to play a sad, sad song. >> the state of washington held its democratic primary last night and hillary clinton defeated bernie sanders 54% to 46%. but it doesn't count for very much. all of washington's delegates were awarded after the state's caucus back in march which bernie sanders won. >> it's true. the democrats presidential primary in washington doesn't count. so you know your awful friend who says he doesn't vote because he doesn't feel like his vote counts? if he's a washington democrat participating in the primary he's right. he's still awful, but he is right. >> meanwhile, sanders campaign has requested a recanvass of last week's primary results from kentucky. now, clinton leads there with less than 2,000 votes and for now has only received three more delegates than sanders and he's turning out thousands in california under pressure to bow out of this race from some party
brass. sanders was defiant and found a surprising defender in the form of harry reid. >> i think we should lay off bernie sanders a little bit, okay? the party is -- has changed during his tenure re we'll see what happens. i think bernie is a good man, he tries to do the right thing. i think everything will work out well. >> if i'm running for office, what democracy means to me i have to convince you to vote for me. if some of you don't vote for me, i can live with that. you have to hear what i have to say and that's what a democracy is about. what i will not accept is if somebody runs against me and buys the election by putting billions of dollars into a campaign. >> all right. let's get you caught up to speed on one more political story. it's four months since donald trump pledged to vote millions to veteran causes.
he pledged the money to vets back in january. that's when he opted not to attend the republican debate. his campaign manager corey lewandowski told "the washington post" that it was fully spent and then he later said that i don't know when corey would know when i gave it out. after being pressed the paper says that trump called the chairman of the marine corps law enforcement foundation on monday night to inform him the group would be getting the entire $1 million donation. the paper claims other big donors to trump's january fund-raiser made their gifts weeks ago. they're also -- there are questions of how much money was actually raised with trump telling the post he never said $6 million. here's the candidate at the event and then last night. >> this is a especially night for me. i had no idea this was going to happen. we started out literally 24 hours ago, maybe less, we had no idea and we went out. we set up the website. i called some friends. and we just cracked -- the sign
was just given, we just cracked $6 million. $6 million. donald trump gave $1 million. okay? they start sending in big checks for $1 million that i said i'll put up $1 million also. all of a sudden, we're like over $4 million, then over 4.5, 5. i said we can hit 6 or something. i think we raised 5.6 or 5.7. i didn't have to do that. it didn't have anything to do with the evening, i was making a speech. i said let's raise some money and now it's over $5 million. i said, that's great. all of a sudden, there's this -- then they start writing stories about why didn't this this group get it? why isn't the money going out fast enough? number one, we have to vet some of these groups. you know, we have to vet the vets, right? but why didn't it go out? and the money went out and it's about 5.6 or $5.7 million out of nothing. we had nothing.
and i got -- i was getting killed. i got killed. i said, i am the only one that can raise more than $5 million for the vets and get bad publicity. i mean, it was incredible. >> so trump says he took more time to give that gift because he had to vet the organization, but according to the post they have received $230,000 from the donald j. trump foundation, not to mention he received an award from that very group last year. well, after backlash from gop leaders, veteran affairs secretary bob mcdonald is clarifying comments he made comparing clinic wait times to lines at the disney theme parks. here's what paul ryan had to say followed by mcdonald's response to msnbc's andrea mitchell. >> when the v.a. secretary compared the lines at his agency to lines at an amusement park, we were dumb founded. this not disneyland or wonder land for that matter. veterans have died waiting in line for their care.
>> does he need to resign? >> i don't know if he should resign. he should clarify his comments and show some empathy for the veterans he is supposed to serve. >> are you sorry you said what you said? >> look, as i said, i'm here to improve the veteran experience. i'm here to get more veterans in for care. i'm here to reduce the disability claim backlog. you know, wait times are important. but they're not the only measure of veteran experience. that's what veterans are telling us. you know, we have talked to a lot of veterans. it's important. and if i was -- if i was misunderstood or if i said the wrong thing, i'm glad that i have an opportunity to correct it. so bill cosby had nothing to say yesterday after a pennsylvania judge ordered he stand trial for sexual assault. the judge ruled there's enough evidence for the 78-year-old to be tried on charges he assaulted a former temple university
employee andrea constand at his mansion in 2004. cosby has not entered a plea but he said the encounter was consensual. he's repeatedly denied similar allegations from about 50 women. the taliban has appointed a successor to replace a top former leader killed in a u.s. drone strike. mullah akhtar mansour was slain saturday and one of his deputies will take over his old role. "the wall street journal" reports this morning u.s. intelligence tracked mansour using intercepted communications while he met with his family in iran. then while traveling back through pakistan, they sicced armed drones on himn his white toyota. he was the successor to omar, who was confirmed killed less than a year ago. the latest killing has shaken the taliban's confidence to move safely through pakistan. pakistan's interior minister said that the u.s. has sabotaged the peace process. toyota and uber has joined
the ride sharing companies that are forming partnerships. cnbc's hadley gamble has more on this. toyota will allow uber licenses or uber drivers rather to lease their cars for this partnership to work. >> that's right, thomas. the world's biggest automaker toyota has said they want to get more drivers on the road and they're planning to do this by leasing cars to uber drivers and that's all through the lending unit. of course, the bigger question is going to be if that's going to really work. they said that they want to put this program in these growing markets like the united states. but they said they're definitely not going to put the program in japan. now, also i want to mention a big and rather sad day for sports giant, sports authority. they have decided to go out of business. that's according to the latest reports that the federal judge said that a trio of liquidators will begin today. a closeout sale for the 463 stores across the united states after the company failed to find a bidder willing to keep them all open as a smaller retailer.
>> sports authority, a lot of kids were going to get ready for the sports they're playing for the season. that's a big deal. hadley, thank you. today the administrator of the tsa will testify on capitol hill. but there's some good news to talk about when it comes to long airport lines. at least at one major hub. according to the airline official, wait times at o'hare in chicago were down to just 15 minutes yesterday. so "the chicago tribune" is report it's because the tsa has moved 100 part-time employees to full-time there. also added new management and put bomb sniffing dogs to work in line. this comes in the wake of thousands of missed flights around the country and the firing of the head of tsa's security. still ahead on "way too early," did you know that as much as 37% of all internet traffic is through netflix, and based on that trend we have a feeling it's about to get even bigger. plus, tornados roaring
through kansas, injuring residents, damaging homes and taking down trees and power lines. bill karins says those storms are on the move with almost 17 million people at risk today. we'll tell you where. and the thunder on the brink in sports. is oklahoma city about to do the unthinkab unthinkable? that is next on "way too early." >> the security chief of the tsa has been fired. [ applause ] yeah. yeah. he's been told to expect long lines at the unemployment line. vo: across america,
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the thunder hand golden state the first back-to-back losses of the season with last night's 118-94 victory. the warriors will try to stave off elimination at home in game 5 on thursday. in playoff hockey the penguins even up their series against the lightning, forcing game 7 after a 5-2 victory last night. the penguins will look to deny tampa a return trip to the stanley cup championship. with a win in pittsburgh thursday. so pro football news, nfl owners met at the league's annual spring meeting yesterday where three cities were awarded bids to host future super bowls. months after earning the league's approval to move the rams from st. louis to los angeles, the city of angels has been awarded super bowl lv coming up in 2021. atlanta earned the bid for super bowl liii and south florida earned the bid for super bowl liv the following year.
yesterday, the commissioner roger goodell clarified the stance on north carolina's controversial house bill 2 that limits the legal protection of the lgbt community. >> anything that discriminates is something we oppose and we'll can't to fight that. but the carolina panthers play here, they operate here. we want to work with the community. we're not going to threaten the community. we'll make the necessary changes long term. the athletics trailing the mariners with a run in the bottom of the ninth inning. look at this. >> got him! >> high fly ball. >> go, go, go! >> oakland's leonys martin sends a shot to walk the a's off with the 6-5 win. let's get a check on your weather now and say good morning to bill karins. busy day yesterday and a lot to track today. >> oh, yeah. the storm chasers had some amazing pictures of the
tornadoes in rural kansas. they didn't do a ton of damage. a couple of buildings got destroyed but these are cone tornadoes. some were fairly intense on the scale and because of the p topography of kansas, not a tree in sight, these are as photogenic as you can get. the storm chasers were hundreds of yards away from the tornadoes. some structures were hit. amazing pictures. that was near dodge city, kansas. so we're not going to see a lot like that today thankfully. we're still watching a few of the strong storms. this is what's left of the storms out here yesterday. arkansas, a lot of thunderstorms near you with some lightning. flooding in eastern oklahoma overnight. some thunderstorms across nebraska too. but these are weakening. even in des moines, you have some storms coming through. 17 million people were at risk. yesterday, some enhanced risk so hopefully less tornadoes today
and also there should be less coverage of storms. anywhere from minneapolis, des moines, st. louis late tonight and even wichita and oklahoma city you have a threat. the other story is we went like this. we went into the room, kind of chilly. we flipped the switch and near 90 today in new york city. it should be near 90 in washington, d.c., where we couldn't buy a day in the 80s all month long until yesterday. it continues into friday. 87 in detroit. so you get the picture here. we're kind of immediately going into summer whereas areas in the western half of the country going to be in the 60s and the 70s where the cool weather continues. it will stick with us through much of the holiday weekend too. so, you know, i hope everyone is ready. summer is just about here. >> a lot of people excited. they'll be happy to know they'll have that weather for the holiday. >> i don't want people complaining about the heat for one day. >> you'll be off the hook. thanks so much. still ahead, netflix is about to add to the movie collection in a major way.
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>> i just love being you with in the morning. with multiple award winning show, it look like netflix couldn't get any bigger, but now it has. in september they'll hold exclusive u.s. rights to disney films including lucas film and pixar subsidiaries. amazon prime and the stars who currently license multiple disney titles will no longer carry any new disney releases. the deal kicks off in time when netflix and disney have become friendlier with the multiple of its original series centering around marvel characters. daredevil and jessica jones are two of the streaming services most popular show to date. now to some politics. hillary clinton returned to "the ellen show" and got help narrowing down her short list for vice president. it came in the form of the game "who'd you rather." take a look. >> mark cuban or joe biden? >> joe. >> picking joe? [ applause ] >> oh, i have to go with tony. >> tony.
>> jeff probst -- >> tony. >> bernie sanders. >> tony! >> kanye? >> i've got to go with tony. what can i say? >> george clooney. >> oh. >> well, tony could be the first term and george can be the second term. >> all right. all right. >> more hard choices for clinton now the full episode airs today on "ellen." he's throwing out controversial theories lately, thomas, and can you believe trump? according to the analysis from "the boston globe," trump said the phrase believe me 30 times in the 12 republican debates. a rate 56 times greater than his opponents. and believe me, he says it a lot. >> believe me. believe me. believe me. believe me. believe me. believe me. believe me. believe me. believe me. believe me. believe me. believe me. believe me. believe me. believe me. believe me. believe me. believe me.
believe me. >> that's a lot of believe mes there. the next super cut has to be how many times he's said unbelievable. >> can you do your trump voice for us? >> i'd rather not today. >> he does a good trump voice. >> yes, thomas. >> national treasure. that's going to do it for me and "way too early." "morning joe" coming up next. no easy return to the trail as protesters turn violent outside of a campaign rally for trump. plus, tom brokaw joins us to weigh in on the state of the race. that and much more coming up next on "morning joe." you know when i first started out, it was all pencil and paper. the surface pro is very intuitive. i can draw lightly, just like i would with a real pencil. i've been a forensic artist for over 30 years. i do the composite sketches which are the bad guy sketches. you need good resolution, powerful processor because the computer has to start thinking as fast as my brain does. i do this because i want my artwork to help people.
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