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no doubt that president obama was a one-term senator he can give a good speech but hasn't turned out to be a good president is the charge. >> yeah, barack obama has seven years of presidential experience. as the bad today as he was in the first year. if experience was the issue. after seven years of presidential experience he would have improved. the issue is he is carrying out an effort to chaining the country to make it like the rest of the world. obama care was not an accident. dodd frank was not an accident. the deal with iran was not an accident they may have been incompetent how they manage government daily basis. in terms of the policies they're improving. these are strategies to redefine the role of the government and the country and that's one of main reasons i'm running. if we continue on the road it will deny our children to live
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i hope they keep replaying the lines. >> all right. lot of people are wondering abut your strategy on that. let's move on. you said coming out of iowa. you were the guy, marco rubio. marco rubio. after the debate. he took a big fall. how do you feel about your debate performance? how are you feeling going into new hampshire? >> i feel great about it. voters across the country and here in new hampshire got to hear me say repeatedly the truth. barack obama is trying to government in the country and america's role in the world. the evidence, we raised more money in the first hour of the we feel great. end of the day. new hampshire voters among the most serious voters in the country if not the most. they look at issues. underlying factors. they've want candidates that don't just know. have a plan and strategy moving forward.
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campaign on it. we feel great about the dividend it will pay in 24 hours. >> senator, can i ask you, your campaign is taking heat for a mailer you send, pac sent. jeb bush wearing a crown alluding to members of his family including his mother, barbara bush. donald trump derided him for asking his mommy for help. should barbara bush be should,000 jeb -- should jeb bush's 90-year-old mother, barbara bush, be off-limits in the campaign. do you denounce the mailer that your pac sent. >> i haven't seen the mailer. second not from my campaign. third, we are at a stage where i had close to $35 million of adds run against me. many from jeb bush's super pac. down to the final moments. i have tremendous respect for the bush family, jeb, no matter what happens in the campaign. and affection for him. this is not about him, his family. future of the country. what kind of country this is
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did well in iowa. we came in a strong second. would have come in first had the votes not shifted from ben which was a terrible thing that was done to ben carson in my opinion. frankly i think we are doing really well in new hampshire. i hope to do well. i hope, charlie, talking about a snowstorm tomorrow. not what i want. >> you want a big turnout. >> i want a big turnout. snowstorms generally don't help. >> boy, looks like. >> we are doing really well. we watched the debate. it seemed like you and jeb bush really got into it. he stepped up his attacks on you. >> well, you know he is trying to show he is a tough guy. he is not. he is the opposite. he spent $25 million on ads against me. $100 million on his campaign. it has the gone nowhere. you know, very stiff guy. sort of sad to watch if you want to know the truth. spent a lot of money on ad.
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he tries to show he is tough about imminent domain. came out that his family is used imminent dough min to do a stadium in texas. he doesn't mention little things. i don't think he is going anywhere. don't see him having the personality to go much further. >> want to give you've the opportunity to response. he was especially tough at a townhall in new hampshire. yesterday where he called you a loser. listen. >> here is a sign of real weakness. when you call john mccain or leo thoreson, or anybody else, a pow, served the country in a way admired. american heroes. calling them losers. donald trump you are the loser. that? >> just shows the you how they lied. number one i never called john mccain a loser as you know. i like john mccain. and supported john mccain. because the he got caught. to ape certain extent. i said he was ape hero. because he got caught. if you remember.
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he lied when he made that up. leo. i don't know who leo is. making some other name. probably an american hero. american hero. made that up. and honestly. >> another pow. >> you look at the fact, look at the fact. yeah, i just don't know him, charlie. never made a comment about him. never said that about john mccain. look at jeb. a loser. spent $110 million so far. at the bottom of the pack. going nowhere. the only thing he does is attack me. he thinks if he attacks me that will show he is tough. every time he attacks me. melts like butter. just a guy. really sad. every time i see an ad about myself. it is him, spending a lot of money. special interest. money. he spends money from the lobbyist and special interest to attack me. i don't see him going anywhere. last thing we need is another bush. >> story out of new hampshire so far is one that you have a huge lead. second story is that marco rubio suffered in the debate. all analysts after the debate
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from the governors. what do you think of that? >> well, he did. standing next to him, to my right. he was having a hard time. interesting to watch. he made one statement. i'm one with a good memory. hearing the one statement. made the statement. i said we have repeated ourselves on occasion, charlie, right. other than nora and gayle. charlie and i repeat ourselves constantly, right. then i heard all it again. a third time. fourth time. even a fifth time. and i said, wow that's really change. i didn't know it would turn out to be a massive blowup. but it was different. i mean, i'm standing there, saying did i hear that five times. what's going on here? obviously a sound bite he likes. doesn't work. >> the cbs overnight news will
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bush finished sixth in iowa, and and hoping for second place in new hampshire. nora o'donnell caught up with jeb and his mother. former first lady barbara bush in new hampshire. may want to say hello. >> hello. >> how are you? >> you look beautiful. >> at age 90, mrs. bush flew up from houston to be along side her son as he campaigns for president for a few reasons. >> thank you, mama. >> i love my son. i know that america needs him. he is honest. dependable. loyal. relatively funny. good-looking. but funny. he's got the same values that america seems to have lost. he is almost too polite. i don't advise him. but if i gave him advice, i would say why don't you interrupt like the other people do. >> really? >> yes, i would say that. >> i have gotten better at interrupting, mom. come on.
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he is so polite. we brought him up that way. he does not brag like some people we know. >> who are you talking about? >> i can't remember. >> do you think someone else that is running for president is bragging to much? >> uh-huh. i am not getting in a spitting match with him the he can spit further than i can. when push comes to shove, people are going to realize jeb has real solutions rather than talking about how popular they are. or how great they are. >> you taped an ad that is running here in new hampshire. and you talk about your son. you said he had a big heart. >> he does. >> i don't know if you know what donald trump tweeted about the ad. he mocked your son turning to you. he tweeted saying just watched jeb's ad where he desperately needed mommy to help him. jeb, mom can't help you with isis, the chinese or putin. >> putin endorsed him. for heaven's sake. putin the killer.
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just for the record. >> no, endorsed trump. an endorsement you don't want. >> mrs. bush, coming to new hampshire, your brother, george w. bush will be in south carolina. the family is now coming out. is it a sign of strength or desperation? >> strength. your son has said i am my own man. >> that's right. >> sort of walking this line. trying to run as himself. and trying to distinguish from your brother the former president? tough line to walk? >> no, because -- >> 2016 is different than 2000, 1998. the country changed the issues are different. i'm different. people understand that. we're different. my life experience is different than that of george. certainly different than my dad, the greatest man alive. not better, worse. shapes how i think what my believes are. >> you said it is okay to have another bush in the white house. what about another clinton? >> i don't think so. >> another bush is going to beat
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for the first female president? >> yes. i don't think either one running is, is the one we need.
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be right back. a man from new jersey booked a vacation in iceland. before it was through. he was practically -- a national hero. kind of like mr. magoo visits the arctic. >> reporter: he set off for iceland to unplug from the world. >> i was craving that really big adventure. something unique. >> reporter: little did he know the rental car gps was to take him down the road less traveled. >> after 45 minutes of driving to an hour maybe, i figured out i the wasn't going in the right direction. >> reporter: he stopped at a gas station. as he told me over skype from iceland the attendant didn't speak english. he just kept driving. he was looking for a hotel on
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instead he typed laugarvegur, the extra r took six hours through steep mountains and icy paths to a house in a small town on the island's northern tip. >> i rang the door. the woman answers. she starts laughing at me. >> reporter: that woman found him a place to stay not before posting the story on facebook. by the following morning, he was town legend. by the time he reached reykjavik he was an island celebrity being stopped in the streets. nicknamed the lost tourist at bars. he graced the front page of the country's paper and landed himself on tv. he even got lost again while heading to the famous blue lagoon. he learned his lesson this time and interrupted a conference. >> i barged in. asking for directions because the gps got me lost. they asked me are you the guy that got lost and went up north? >> sound like you are terrible with directions?
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direction in america. but over here it is just weird. >> reporter: suppose to fly home to new jersey. but now feels so welcome he
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primed for the primary. >> you have to get out and vote tomorrow.tomorrow the eyes of the country and a lot of the world will be here in new hampshire. >> come out tomorrow and vote for me. tomorrow. >> also tonight, gayle king with the president. >> i'm curious how the presidency changed you. >> terror on the high seas. >> there was a point. >> birth defects and the zika virus, the doctor who connected the dots. and the halftime song with a
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the first votes in the first primary are being cast today. polls show republican donald trump has a very good chance of getting the comeback win he needs after finishing second in iowa. he leads his closest rivals 2:1. among them marco rubio looking to new hampshire for redemption. here's major garrett. >> reporter: marco rubio tried to restart the campaign engine that stalled when he was faulted for repeating the same phrase over and over. >> let's dispel once and for all the fiction that barack obama doesn't know what he is doing. he knows what he is doing. we are not facing a president who doesn't know what he is doing. >> reporter: chris christie called it the mark of a well versed amateur. >> this notion that barack obama doesn't know what he is doing -- >> there it is, everybody. >> reporter: rubio dug in. >> the core of the campaign is the statement.
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carrying out a strategy to change america. he wants to redefine this country. >> reporter: rubio loyalists concede post iowa momentum lost. john kasich and jeb bush with superior organizations are gaining ground. >> we have the best army in new hampshire. they're going to knock on everybody's door whether it rains, snows, doesn't matter. we are marching. >> reporter: bush and new hampshire front-runner, donald trump spent the day exchanging insults. >> he is like a child, like a spoiled child. he spent $110 million on a campaign and he is nowhere. >> bush hit back calling trump a liar and a whiner. >> he doesn't have the trem pra temperament to be president. >> why does trump go after bush so often? bush raises money look no other republican rival which makes him an ongoing threat, scott. that's why trump would lack to
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>> major garrett at a trump rally in new hampshire tonight. cbs news hosting the next republican debate coming up saturday evening from greenville, south carolina. of course, john dickerson is the moderator. the campaign is an insult to voters according to former new york mayor michael bloomberg. he confirmed today he is considering an independent run. he told the "financial times" voters deserve a lot better. bloomberg was a democrat, switched to republican, and is now an independent. on the democratic side of things, hillary clinton trails bernie sanders in new hampshire by 10 points. after beating him in iowa by the narrowest of margins. here's nancy cordes. >> reporter: clinton got backup on the final day from a large group from arkansas. women she has known for 30 years. >> she is so compassionate, smart. the consistent message. she is the best qualified.
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>> reporter: that notion, gave clinton an eight-point advantage with women in the 200 # pry 8 primaries. here in new hampshire she trails among women by four points. in iowa, women under 30 went for sanders over clinton 6:1. >> what is your message to undecided young women? >> a message for all undecided voters. go with your head and heart. >> soft support from younger women prompted madeline albright to offer this. >> remember there is a special place in hell for women who don't help each other. >> reporter: a catch phrase, all bright has employ for decades. in this context it put off female sanders supporters. >> i'm a feminist, not interested in voting for some one solely because they're a woman. i don't think that does anything good. i am not against hillary by any means.
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>> gloria sten inem didn't help. >> when you are young you are thinking where are the boys, boys are with bernie. >> she apologized on facebook in what has been misinterpreted. the challenge is for clinton to make young women feel inspired not obligated especially when sanders is pushing for things like equal pay for women and paid family leave, scott. >> nancy cordes with bernie sanders. voters fighting a blizzard of insults will have real snow to deal with too. much of new england is getting socked by a storm blowing in from the atlantic. in connecticut, a bus headed to a casino flipped on i-95. 30 people were hurt. some taken to the hospital. tonight the u.s. and pacific allies are kidding how
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respond to north korea's latest missile launch. the missile reached orbit but in theory could have easily reached the united states as well. the u.n. banned these tests. here's david martin. >> reporter: north korean launch watched by brash young leader succeeded in putting a satellite into space. but u.s. officials say it is tumbling in orbit. it is the second time north korea tried but failed to put a satellite in stable orbit. the newest one circling the earth at 300 miles in a north/south orbit that took it over the super bowl an hour after the game ended. shortly before the game, president obama told gayle king of "cbs miss morning." the launch one more reason to be worried. >> it is provocative, violated u.n. resolutions, tested produced nuclear weapons now launch. >> reporter: the three stage rocket carrying the satellite
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north korea space launch facility seen flying south over water never posing a threat to the united states which had missile defense system on alert just in case. the satellite is roughly the same size as a nuclear warhead. when combined with last month's underground nuclear explosion, north korea seems slowly but surely developing a long-range missile that could hit the u.s. with a nuclear weapon. u.s. and south korea immediately announced they would begin talks on sending a new missile defense system to the peninsula. in effect adding another layer to missile defenses already deployed to protect south korea. the white house said the u.s. and allies would level additional sanctions against a country that is already in economic basket case. but so far, scott, nothing succeeded in convincing north korea to give up its nuclear weapons program. >> david martin at the pentagon tonight. thank you.
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in another important story tonight, after five years of stalemate, syria's civil war may be reaching a turning point. the assad dictatorship now backed by relentless russian air strikes is close to surrounding the town of aleppo. the rebel stronghold. thousands have fled. only to be caught in a no-man's land on the turkish border. to date u.n. described the dictator's offensive on civilians as quote, extermination. holly williams has been reporting on the horror of this
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see. >> reporter: another child victim of a war that even adults struggle to understand. this little boy trapped under a slab of concrete until a volunteer rescue workers managed to free him. we can't verify these videos but they aper pear to show the death and brutal offensive by syrian regime around the city of aleppo backed by russian air strikes. with the help of its ally, iran on the ground, the syrian regime has almost entirely surrounded aleppo. and is now less than 20 miles from the turkish border. that's where tens of thousands of civilians have fled for their lives. though they still haven't been allowed to cross into safety. turkey's absorbed more than 2 million syrian refugees.
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limit. leaving these exhausted people stranded. mohamed hussein al-ahmed spokesman for a group and now they have lost their supply route. how long can you hold out? how long is it until aleppo falls to the regime? >> translator: i can't say for sure how long it will be until aleppo falls to the regime. or iran and russia, he told us. we'll stand and fight who ever attacks us. >> reporter: the syrian rebels, some of which are backed by the u.s., rose up against the regime nearly five years ago. if they're now defeated, scott, syria would be divided between isis on one hand and the regime which has indiscriminately bombed its own people. >> holly williams covering the war for us tonight. holly, thank you. in that interview with the
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to know how mr. obama has changed. after years of challenges such as north korea and syria. >> i'm curious how the presidency has changed you as a president. now eight years in. how you have changed as a president and how you have changed as a man in the time you have been in the office? >> you know, i think my basic character is unchanged. and michelle and close friends of mine who have known me for years would say, he's the same guy. there is obviously some hard-won wisdom from -- >> uh-huh. >> from overcoming challenges. figuring out really hard problems. i told somebody in, in -- another interview though that, probably the most important thing and maybe this is just a function of age as well as -- having been around the track a while. as president.
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you lose that sense of, oh, what if something goes wrong. because there are going to be things that go wrong. you lose that, that tightness that comes from being very mistakes. at a certain point, you realize, look, you do your best. you make, make your call, make your decision. work. but not going to work perfectly. going to have to continue to make adjustments. that gives you a certain confidence that allows you to play a little better. >> the president with gayle king in the oval office. gayl echt, e, i can't remember seeing the president and first lady do a joint interview. >> you can't remember because it never happened. first time they have sat together live. first time i interviewed a president and first lady together live. we were all in the same bet. i was flattered and honored they allowed us come into the white
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to take the time to sit down and talk with us. >> terrific interview, gayle king. thank you for joining us. see much more of gayle avenue interview with the president and first lady on "cbs this morning." that interview preceded the super bowl on cbs. it turns out the game had super ratings too. nearly 112 million viewers which makes it the third most watched event in u.s. television history. late to date broncos returned to denver with the lombardi trophy after surprising the carolina panthers 24-10 in a defense tour de force. but there will be no blocking of the victory parade. cruise ship passengers thought they were going down in a violent storm. why chipotle closed its restaurants for lunch today. and i think we should've taken a left at the river.
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tonight, 4,500 passengers on
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caribbean cruise sailed into a violent atlantic storm. jericka duncan has this. >> reporter: 25 foot waves and wind over 100 miles per hour a u-turn one day after setting sail. >> oh, my god. he told us during skype, his balcony door appeared to be lifting from the frame. >> you could hear the waves crashing the hull, metal twisting and banging. it was scary. >> reporter: the "anthem of the seas" cruise ship left new york saturday, heading to port canaveral. jared johnson shot the video after the captain ordered everyone to their rooms. >> at one point people were falling over. they said hold the wheelchair, myself and others were, standing over holding the wheelchair. so they weren't going to be
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while the worst is over, george sycip is still worried. >> we are rocking a lot right now. makes me wonder if there are issues with the stablizing on the ship. >> the ship experienced wind speeds higher than what was forecast. the coast guard reported the winds reached up to 115 miles per hour. and that happened when the storm hit. >> jericka duncan. thank you very much. in a moment the doctor who made the connection between zika
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today president obama asked congress for nearly $2 billion
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and the cdc moved to its highest alert level. at least 57 cases have been reported in the u.s. and dr. jon lapook is just back from brazil, ground zero of the outbreak. he talked to the doctor who found the link between zika and birth defects. pediatric neurologist dr. vanessa vander linden saw her first case with microcephaly, small head. >> two weeks in the middle of september, five cases of babies with microcephaly. >> reporter: her mother anna a doctor phoned with troubling news. >> she called me, vanessa, now i see seven babies with microcephaly in the same day. >> reporter: when you heard that what did you think? >> it is a new disease. something very strange. you need to think of agents that cause many cases at the same time.
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>> yes, yes. >> reporter: after ruling out usual causes they looked for other clues. 70% of the women reported a rash during pregnancy. a symptom that helped lead them to the main suspect. zika. rayane and elvis' baby evelyn was born in october. this is her first child. >> translator: if any mother or father could choose, she said, there normal baby, a healthy baby. but because you cannot choose i am going to love my daughter. >> we can't go back and change something here in brazil. but you can help the other places of the world. dr. van der linden helped sound the alarm. scott so many questions remain. does zika help cause microcephaly. is something else playing a role? how do we protect ourselves from the virus? finally what will happen to the
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>> dr. jon lapook tonight. jon, thank you. every chipotle restaurant in the country closed for four hours today so employees could get a briefing on food safety. via the internet. chipotle had a number of health cares including an e.coli outbreak. the cdc gave it the all clear just last week. the national zoo is sharing pictures of bei-bei, the panda cub. learned to climb a tree. then it got stuck. fortunately mom was there to make sure the cub didn't tumble. he will figure it out soon enough. from bei-bei to beyonce,
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finally, the super bowl any most powerful performance may have come during halftime. here's michelle miller. formation. >> reporter: yes, singing, dancing too. but this was not a typical super bowl halftime performance. for starters, few had ever heard the song before. that's because beyonce had just released it the day before. a departure for musicians singing their greatest hits in
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audience of the year. beon say yon beyonce's backup dancers, all african-american, all female troupe, dressed in tribute to the black panthers. her message of empowerment for black women. >> what happened at the new or leans? >> it's the striking images from her music video that drive her point home. beyonce is seen atop a sinking police car in what looks like scenes from hurricane katrina. a young black boy confronted by police. stop shooting us in graffiti. all seen as support for the black lives matter movement. she had this reaction after the show. >> make me proud. that's what i wanted. i wanted people to be proud.
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point for beyonce. nonmore for known more for pop hits. now joining the ranks of those who use music to demand social change. jamilah lemiemux, senior editor of "ebony" magazine. she made a bold statement about black lives matter. to do that on super bowl night unprecedented in a lot of ways. i think woo will be talking about the song, video and perform ajs ance long after who won yesterday's game. michelle miller, cbs news. i'm a star. that's the "overnight news" for this tuesday. for some of you the news continues. for others check back with us a little later for the morning news and cbs this morning. from the broadcast center in new
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