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coming up on "early today," a clean sweep for the donald while hillary's wins spells the beginning of the end for bernie sanders. they set their sights on one another. tornado. 24 americans are in the path of large hail, high wind and more severe weather today. meet the boss who just made hid 2,000 very wealthy and any details on prince's state and who will inherit his music and beyond and new study on how dogs really feel about hugs and start getting excited for the coming summer olympic games. we are 100 days away from rio. "early today" starts right now. i'm betty nguyen. the donald goes 5 for
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trump swept last night's contests by huge margins and got a whopping 64 of the vote in rhode island. he edges closer to securing the nomination. >> i consider myself presumptive nominee, absolutely. look. senator cruz and governor kasich should really get out of the race. they have no path to the nomination. no path. as far as i'm concerned, it's over. these two guys cannot win. >> this afternoon, in washington, trump will deliver his first policy speech, things the donald has avoided with a professional written speech. last night, trump also took a shot at hillary clinton, specifically aboer
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>> i think the only card she has is the woman's card. she's got nothing else going. and, frankly, if hillary clinton were a man, i don't think she would get 5% of the vote. the only thing she's got going is the woman's card and the beautiful thing is women don't like her, okay? >> well, the latest nbc news/"wall street journal" shows trump unfavorability rating among women at nearly 70%. a hypothetical head-to-head matchup against clinton, 33% of women would support trump while 56% say they would back clinton. clinton won 4 out of the 5 states on tuesday taking delaware, pennsylvania, connecticut, m.d. bernie sanders pulled out a victory in rhode island but clinton won more delegation and only 242 away from reaching the magic number for the
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she is on track to win the nominatinionve primary states. >> with your help, we are going to come back to philadelphia for the democratic national convention. with the most votes and the most pledged delegates. let's go forward. let's win the nomination and in july, let's return as a unified party. >> after the results came in, the sanders campaign issued a statement containing no reference to a path forward to the nomination. although it says he intends to stay in the race. political analysts and best selling author ellis henikin is here to break this all down. according to donald trump, a huge night. is the race his now? >> yes. i would go even one step further than presumptive, h
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i would say all but certain. he got it. >> we have to talk about the whole pact with cruz and kasich and cruz focused on indiana. here is what is oedd, okay? he won't say a must win but in indiana 66,000 votes have been cast already in the primary. >> that's right. >> is that a big miscalculation by the cruz campaign to not know that? >> it's nonsense cal. how does kasich go to a moderate voter in indiana, one of his supporters saying you should all of a sudden vote for cruz. it's an impossible argument to make. i don't fault them for trying. >> is there any argument to make right now? does it matter at this point? >> it's done, betty, it's done. the guy won. listen. there is mathematics and political reality and we are in the world of political reality here. >> we are back to reality now, folks. the polls do show that donald trump has a b
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with female voters. we talked about that. yet, last night, ed that if hillary were a man, she would only get 5% of the vote and women do not like her. are those words really going to back-fire on him? >> yes. i'm glad you put the figures up on the screen. yes. reality he has a huge, your word again, huge, problem with women. >> it's huge! >> no, seriously. it's always a mistake. we have learned this year to underestimate donald's potential as a political candidate but i got to tell you. you look at any of those facts, any of the polling, any of the focus groups, very hard to see how he is going to break through with large numbers. >> we are hearing that hillary clinton's campaign is fund-raising off of those comments this morning. is she going to make a ton of money off of that? >> yes. if it means a fair pay and decent working conditions. >> you can write that press release now, right? >> it's a natural. >> shepe
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victory speech laying the path party. are the bernie sanders voters, are they going to get behind her? >> they are not there yet. listen. it has been a rough couple of months, right? it wasn't as vicious as the republican side but i mean a lot of tough things being said. over the weeks to come and maybe months to come, a lot of repairing. you notice hillary keeps remembering how gracious she was with barack obama. she would like a little graci s graciousness now, i think. >> thank you, ellis. new details on the gruesome ohio massacre as investigators continue in their hunt for suspects and a possible motive. a coroner's report reveal the victims showed signs of a struggle before they were killed. the pike county medical examiner's office says the eight victims of the rhoden family were shot and one shot nine times and two had five bullet wounds and only one victim was shot once
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indicating they fought back against their kill er or killer. more than 24 million people are at risk for severe weather today. residents in wichita, kansas, saw scattered lightning and hail and heavy rain. military planes at nearby mcconnell air force base were evacuated for caution. at kansas city's airport, hail came down and rain came down in sheets near st. louis causing flooding. more than 25,000 customers lost power in that region. to oklahoma, a powerful storm uprooted trees and tore the roofs off of homes. the storm in texas brought a steady stream of lightning and an apparent tornado that knocked over an 18-wheeler. let's get straight to meteorologist bill karins with a look at all that is going on. >> a mess but we avoided a strong tornado. that was great news. yesterday, we still had
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severe weather outbreak but only five reports of tos. most of those were weak. look at the yellow dots and the blue dots on here. 263 reports of large hail and 155 reports of wind damage and wind gusts. the storm is still potent this morning. thunderstorms have weakened a little bit and watch boxes are trimmed here. the worst of it down in texas where the strongest storms are existing. these will try to roll through on san antonio and toward houston throughout the early morning hours. eventual into areas of louisiana. as far as tornado threat goes, that is really, really small at this point. let's get it to today. this line that we just watched will slowly dissipate and then regenerate a new line of storms. this area of yellow is a slight risk of severe weather goes from missouri and southern iowa back down along the mississippi river to houston and almost into the new orleans area. 24 million people are at risk of severe storms and we will see about half an hour to hour as these storms go through your area. large hail and damaging wind and isolated tornadoes. that's great. other areas could get
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washington, d.c. that is your national weather. now here is a closer look at your day ahead. for today, those storms are rolling through east texas this morning and push into louisiana, mississippi. then new line of storms should regenerate over arkansas and missouri throughout the afternoon. a cold side to this storm too. casper, yesterday, over 6 inches of snow. hopefully, once again today we get the hail and the wind but not the tornadoes. >> let's keep those out of the system. thank you. find out what one boss just did to make 2,000 of his employees very wealthy. a new study that every dog owner needs to hear. that's next. you're watching "early today." a" i am benedict arnold, the infamous traitor. and i know a thing or two about trading. so i trade with e*trade, where true traders trade on a trademarked trade platform that has all the... get off the computer traitor! i won't. (cannon sound) mobility is very important to me. that's why i use e*trade mobile. it's on all my mobile devices, so it suits my mobile lifestyle.
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emergency paper work was filed asking her to be the executor of prince's state. minnesota law treats siblings and half-siblings the same. the back seat of a car, a woman's child got hold of a gun and the single bullet was fired into the driver's seat and enough to end her life. the tragic incident comes one month after a similar occurrence in florida. a woman there was wounded by her 4-year-old son while driving. swedish official are heightened alert for a potential terror attack. after their intelligence uncovered an isis plan to target the capital of stockholm. according to officials seven or eight iraqi citizens all former al qaeda members were involved in the plan and they arrived in sweden in 2015. the cuddling hugs you give your
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soccer team voicing their fears. >> i don't think the soccer tournament should be so close to the rain forest where there are more mosquitoes. >> reporter: water is a problem. reports of raw sewage and garbage and teams having to deal with dead fish and ash during a training run. they are trying to reduce the pollution by 80% before the games. >> we have to make sure they are competing in safe waters during games time in swimming and rowing and sailing. >> reporter: other issues include security. olympic observers point out host cities always deal with major concerns, leading up to the games. and the country of carnival insists it will be ready to welcome the world to rio. jay gray, nbc news, new york. just ahead, sta
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screenings of 1984 prince's movie "purple rain." the film was brought to the screen last weekend to celebrate the icon's life. after running successfully at 87 amc theaters, they are expanding to half of its locations. the stars turned out for the "time" 100 gala last night in new york. it celebrities "time's most 100 influential people and in attendance was melissa mccarthy and even presidential candidate donald trump. on the red carpet you know, he could not escape questions about his tone. >> nobody told me that i'm poor presidenti presidential. i think we should keep it the way it is. at least for a while. on the late show, cartoon donald trump explained to host stephen colbert what he meant by "for a while." >> thank you for coming back, mr.
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that breaking news, a massive water main break in bethesda that could have a huge impact on how you get to work today. chances are you want to leave the house early. we have complete coverage for you. we'll get to melissa mollet in just a minute. angie goff has what is coming in. we know crews are on the scene right now trying to fix this huge 16-inch water main break that left about 100 of you without water right now. traffic also going to be impacted, they tell us, throughout the entire day with all southbound lanes and one northbound lane along 90/100 rockvil
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this is just north rd as they work to fix this thing. you want to avoid the area. we know news4's erika gonzalez will keep us updated throughout the morning. we are reiterating this here this morning. southbound rockville pike shut down there at cedar lane. only one northbound lane is going to be getting by this water main break. now, as far as alternates or georgetown road will work for you this morning, but it will be very busy. you can only turn right onto rockville pike either way from cedar lane. we have a crew on the way with more on this coming up. melissa, thank you. we want to get to the forecast this morning as well. >> chuck bell has more on what to expect. any rain today, chuck? >> water, water, everywhere. water out of the ground and the sky first thing this morning. the weather headlines, good-bye sunshine. good-bye warm weather. hello rain chances. not a lot of rain expected but at least
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into parts of the weekend as well. nothing heavy this morning, just occasional light rain showers mainly from the washington area southbound. that's where the bulk of the rain is going to be today. but everyone should have their umbrella ready to go. temperatures quite mild. we're still mostly in the low to mid-60s across the area. temperatures are going to inch their way ever lower. we should be back to the mid to upper 50s by lunchtime. we'll talk about the rest of the day and how long the rain chances will linger coming up. back to you guys. 4:28 and five more states push the front-runners closer than ever to presidential nominations. donald trump has nearly 100 new delegates after sweeping yesterday's primaries in connecticut, rhode island, delaware, pennsylvania and maryland. hillary clinton took all but one of the democratic contests. senator bernie sanders got rhode island. both of the front-runners won in maryland. both of them by about 30% of the vote. staying in maryland in a contentious democratic primary
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for retiring barbara mcculsky's seat in the senate. they are calling chris van hollen the winner there. >> van hollen addressed a group of supporters last night. >> go forth from this evening and win the general election! [ cheers and applause ] and we're going to be born of a new democratic majority in the united states senate! >> van hollen defeated it a rivals to win the democratic nomination including representative donna edwards. she took issue with maryland democrats sending an all male delegation to washington. >> maryland is on the verge of having an all male delegation. when will our voices be effective, legitimate, equal leaders in a big ten
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vacating seats in maryland congressional tr >> in the eighth congressional district, state senator jamie raskin is the winner for the democrats. this was the most expensive house primary in this election season. van hollen won the seat back in 2003. >> and former lieutenant governor anthony brown wins the democratic primary in the fourth congressional district. donna edwards held that seat back in 2008. more decision 2016 coverage in just a minute. first, some breaking news again with weather and traffic on the 1s as we approach 4:31. so right now southbound rockville pike is closed at cedar lane. only one northbound lane getting by. sorry, had to push somebody out of the way here to get on camera. you can only turn right from cedar lane onto rockville pike in either direction this morning. we have to have fun here this


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