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oh, yeah. let that wake you up there. good morning, california. live look at the campus of sonoma state university. don't see anybody wandering just yet at, what, 3:00 in the morning there, 3:15. it's a college campus, wouldn't be completely unusual. >> saturday night is just wrapping up. >> just south of santa rosa. really on the minds of so many people there this morning because the drought is plaguing the golden state and so bad, in fact, the governor has declared a state of emergency. >> jerry brown is calling it, perhaps, the worst drought the state has seen in 100 years. the conditions are right for wildfires and the effects of agricultural felt far beyond the
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borders of california. >> what is this? >> this is my bedroom. >> reporter: what was his bedroom. the colby wildfires swept through the foothills. firefighters continue to battle the blaze as alex larsen returned home to what's gone. learning first hand the fury of california's drought. >> it's a ticking time bomb and something happens, all it would take would be one lightning bolt. >> reporter: from these charred hills in los angeles to the dried out lake beds of the central valley to the barren hills of albert strauss dairy farm. it's palpable and painful. >> the worst year i've ever seen. >> reporter: farmers pressure california's governor to act. he says while he can't make it rain, he can declare a state of emergency. >> this takes everybody pitching in. >> reporter: the message? everyone cut back on water by 20%. the state's reservoirs are at
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critical levels setting record lows. snow packs are 80% lower than normal and it's only getting worse. areas of extreme drought expanded in just one week. the hills across california are brown. in january, this is usually all green. it's summer weather in winter here and that hurts everyone. about half the nation's fruits, nuts and vegetables come from california. as the farms wilt, so does the country's food supply. and prices, they're on the climb. >> we're waiting for rain. we're praying. we're going to do a rain dance. >> reporter: and there may be no other option as the forecast offers no immediate relief for the ever browning golden state. kyung lah, los angeles. all right, jennifer, what does it look like out there today? >> we're talking about that drought and this is not an overnight finix at all.
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we need a lot of rain and need it over several, several days. that high pressure still in control. you can see it out in the west and jet stream riding high to the north and it will keep all the rain out of the way and we are going to see dry conditions and very warm conditions. so, the possibility of warm definitely not in the forecast as we go through the short term and even the long term over the next week or two. so, we are going to see very dry conditions. should be around 66 degrees this time of year, temperatures running about 10 to 15 degrees above that. so, very, very warm. 80 degrees your high temperature on tuesday. 73 on monday. so, we are actually going to get warmer. over the coming days. here's that record warmth. we broke records all across california yesterday and we are even setting records which is no surprise with that rainfall. basically, no rain should be one to two, almost three inches of rain in oakland. we've had nothing. guys? >> no cooperation from mother
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nature. hopefully the winds or something will die down. >> more of an onshore wind that will help things with humidity and things not so dry. humidity. as far as rain goes, no, we are not going to see something over the next couple of days. >> thank you. michelle obama's 50th birthday celebration at the white house. star-studded event. >> beyonce performed. the dance party, the president's speech, all of it. >> there was so much there. so many people there. beyonce performed. >> well, beyonce was pretty good, but seeing barack obama do the dougy was even better. >> how very emotional, i think he was in tears at one point talking about her love for her daughters and the kind of mother she is and mate. her vulnerability, her strengths, her beauty, her
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exquisite legs and mind. >> it looked like everybody had a great time. guests also told us that john legend sang happy birthday and ledisi performs and stevie wonder. "saturday night live" fun for people at home. the first episode of 2014 took a whack last night at the claims of political vengeance now dogging new jersey governor chris christie. the claim that aides arranged to close lanes to a busy bridge and that he withheld super storm sandy relief money from the mayor of hoboken. >> very curious about how these new allegations that you withheld hurricane sandy fund to the mayor of hoboken. >> how long is your drive to work, piers? >> i don't know, maybe 15 minutes. >> that's a nice commute. it would be a real shame if something were to happen to it.
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>> what, i'm sorry, governor, are you threatening me? >> i don't know. am i? >> i don't know if that is that good of a piers impersonation. >> i don't know, but it was still funny. >> for the first time in more than six years and on the heels of criticism that the show lacked diversity a black female cast member joined "snl" last night. ♪ ♪ resolution revolution >> she was featured in a number of skits on her debut singing the hook to the song poking short at short-lived new year's resolution and giving her take on what pop star rihanna might have been like before she made it big. >> the show brought on two new writers last night.
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it's a sunday in january, that means it's a big day for football. >> game day, maybe. >> game day! >> think the folks in seattle are up yet? are you up yet, seattle? are you ready? >> it's going to be one of the long, long days, i think, for both coasts because you have new england and you have denver and you have seattle and you have san francisco. but if you're into those types of matchups where it's two teams that really hate each other that bitter heated rivalry, then i think the nfc championship game for you. san fran and seattle don't like each other. watch the body language when you watch that game. google earth, yes, bringing us a cool picture where it is going to be rocking tonight. literally going to be shaking because those seahawk fans are known to be so loud. the energy and the noise that
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those seahawk fans produce has actually registered on the richter scale as a one and two magnitude earthquake. no joke. tonight's game, scientists from the pacific northwest seismic network will be there to measure how much the crowd noise actually moves the earth. >> part of the mystique with seattle is that the stadium is formidable and having the reputation of having a seismic signal emanating from the station reinforces that. we can demonstrate that the stadium is so loud and we can see the ground shake in the neighborhood. >> the power of people. the power of people. don't ever doubt you got it. >> in san francisco, speaking of the power of people, city officials will pull those famous cable cars off the streets of downtown san francisco just in case fans tonight get a little too excited or even a little too upset with the results. because, you know, sports make people crazy. make people do stupid things.
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hey, meanwhile, in denver all the talk leading to the afc championship game between the patriots and the broncos is about the quarterback. i love this shot here, sports authority field. home to me many years ago, i love denver. the quarterback matchup between brady and manning. this could end the debate of who is the greatest quarterback of all time. i got a couple stats for you. try to follow me here fw tom brady and the pate riots win toy he will be the first quarter bak to go to six super bowls peyton manning would be the first quarterback in nfl history to win two super bowls with two different teams. legacy. all about the legacy today. trading today on bleacherreport.com. huge story in tennis. serena williams, the number one player in the world was bounced
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yesterday by ana. she was the heavy favorite to win her sixth australian open title. lost the first set, but did the unthinkable by battling back to take the next two sets. serena coming into this tournament talk between her and her coach that she was going to pull out before the tournament started because she was having back problems and they decided to go through with it and the back was giving her a little problem. >> the weather there -- >> hot. we have this from "snl." last night they had a little fun with the super bowl. >> fox sports this week revealed new technology that it plans to use during this year's super bowl, including a device to show how wind affects a quarterback or a kicker. >> everything seems to have a corporate sponsor attacked to it at the super bowl. just a quick side note this year
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because of the proximity to new york and new jersey, sponsors are signed up but 12 of them are actually financial wall street sponsors. so, like goldman sachs and citibank and different tone this year. the demand, the buzz that this super bowl has created has driven prices way up. i mean, tickets bottom level tickets $2,600, $2,800. $500,000 to get a luxury suite. >> the commercial rates go up every year. >> $4.5 million for a 30-second ad. >> oh, my gosh. better be a good game. thank you, joe. >> thank you. so, dennis rodman. >> erratic behavior in north korea now explained. >> you understand what he did. >> what did he do? you tell me, what did he do? >> no, no, you tell me! >> the former nba star is in rehab this morning.
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it is 29 minutes past the hour. just in case you haven't looked at the clock. i'm christi paul. >> i'm victor blackwell. five things you need to know for your new day. up first, dennis rodman check under to rehab for alcohol addiction after backlash after his controversial trip to north korea. his agent said, "during this trip -- the former basketball star would be in a treatment facility for about a month." tv football analyst and former star sharper is facing two rape charges in los angeles right now. the 38-year-old who is free right now on a $200,000 bond has to appear before a judge on february 14th. yes, valentine's day, for his arraignment. in the wake of the arrest, his employer suspended him without
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p pay. sharper hasn't responded to cnn request for comment. people affected by contaminated water in west virginia held a protest against the water company, that's because the west virginia american water company lifted its do not use water ban for all customers yesterday. but, some people say the water is causing them to get sick and still smells like licorice like the chemical that was spill under to the river. heavy snow and dangerous driving conditions led to this fiery disaster. this is in indiana. look at those flames there shooting up from that, that's a semi truck that collided with other cars and trucks. according to reports, police have enforced a shut down of major roads and responded to upwards of 40 accidents so far this weekend. please, get ready, folks. more snow heading your way this week. >> it won't be snow everywhere. jennifer grey is here with a look ahead. what can we expect? >> 61 in new orleans and look at this warm up, tomorrow, 60s in
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the south. feeling very, very nice. but it's not lasting for long. look at this cold air that's going to plunge down into the northern part of the country, the beginning part of the week. no big snowstorms with this but we are going to see much cooler temperatures. look at atlanta, monday, 62. 39 on wednesday. these are high temperatures. new york city, 42. 26, 21. guys, by wednesday, afternoon. cold. >> good heavens. >> jennifer, thank you. last night was a big, big night for film, for film actors. 20th annual screen actor guild award last night. >> the only televised award show that honors performers. here are some of the big winners from hollywood "american hustle." outstanding performance and matthew mcconnahey. >> cate blanchett for "blue
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jasmine." >> jared leto won outstanding male actor in supporting role. >> lupita nyongo won outstanding performance by female actor in supporting role. >> i know i should have been in bed, but i was watching her. first of all, she put stars to shame, she looked so beautiful. she was able to chat with some of the winners. take a look. >> when you're honored by your peers, that does mean something extra because at the end of the day, don't we all just want to be validated? >> i think for me being british and it being the american acting organization, it means a lot. it means a huge amount. i mean, even when i very first started acting i was a huge fan of american film, actually. i would watch them and go, how do they do that? that's so brilliant. how do they do it? and over the years i had the
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opportunity of working with some really great american filmmakers and i watched them and i learned. culminating was the ultimate experience with working with al pacino. it doesn't get any better than that. so, to be recognized by my american peers is particularly gratifying, it really is. >> do you have a lot of people in the lgbt community and thanking for making this character real human because sometimes, you know, they don't get that type of love from the community and people don't look at them as just regular people. >> you know, it was important to me to make this community proud. i really set out to put a real person on the screen, not a stereotype, not a cliche. a very colorful and special creature and i'm so honored to get the support and love from
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the lgbt community and they taught me everything that i know. >> this is two now for you, you got the critics choice last night and now you got, you know, the screen actors guild award. i mean, are you on a roll? >> i'm so, i'm just fill would so much gratitude, it's hard to articulate. >> i have to tell you, this is your first film. who does that in their first film and do what you did and now look where you are. >> i know, i know someone smiled on me and i'm so grateful and it's a testament. i think that's what it is. it's not just me, but the role that i was given. and i'm just grateful that, you know, through this, her story lives longer. >> first of all, how much does this weigh? >> i don't know. but it's good. i mean, hey -- >> how old are you? >> 15?
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>> how many screen actor guild awards do you have? >> i think this is our fourth one. to be able to say that is just mind blowing. i mean, such an honor that our peers in the acting business and sag, they really, you know, really vote and really like us. as an ensemble that's what we try to do. >> congratulations to you. >> thank you. >> you won in '94, i think, for seinfeld for this and now win for "veep." your career, does it get better than this? >> i can't complain. i can't complain. >> totally. so, what do you do with this? does it go in the house? >> it goes in the house, am else am i going to put it? yeah, i'm putting it in my house, proudly. i'm sticking it in the house. >> a lot of tweets last night about the sag awards and, also, if the tweets weren't about the sag awards, they are about "snl" last night. >> you know it. >> "saturday night live"
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returned from the holiday hiatus and a lot of people talking about the show. >> because nobody, nobody was safe from criticism last night. especially not pop star justin bieber. and those allegations that he egged his neighbor's house. >> check out his interview on a set that, okay, looks a little familiar to some of you. >> my final guest tonight is at the center of a much stranger scandal. he is accused of throwing eggs at his neighbor's house causing $20,000 in damages, pop star, justin bieber. >> yeah, you know. >> now, justin. justin, why on earth would you throw eggs at your neighbor's house? >> it's like, it's a tradition in canada. >> throwing eggs? >> i mean, no, like, i thought
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doing justin bieber very soon. all the music video looks and so forth -- hilarious. >> she has it down. the winter olympics, they're just three weeks away at this point. >> coming up soon, a lot of excitement is being tempered, though, by, you know, those fears about security. up next, the scramble to make sochi the safest city in the world. we'll take you there. better ch, he's agreed to give it up. that's today? [ male announcer ] we'll be with him all day as he goes back to taking tylenol. i was okay, but after lunch my knee started to hurt again. and now i've got to take more pills. ♪ yup. another pill stop. can i get my aleve back yet? ♪ for my pain, i want my aleve. ♪ [ male announcer ] look for the easy-open red arthritis cap. [ female announcer ] neutrogena® pore refining cleanser. alpha-hydroxy and exfoliating beads work to clean and tighten pores so they can look half their size. pores...shrink 'em down to size!
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all right. we begin in japan to take you around the world right now. and conservationists are just up in arms and you know why, the selection process picks up again today at the infamous dolphin killing cove. featured in the 2009 movie, "the cove." japanese fisherman rounded up 250 bottle nosed dolphins. they already picked out 25 for a life of imprisonment and others killed for meat. the summit of japan defended this practice. conservests are howling. caroline kennedy tweeted that she's "deeply concerned by the
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inhumaneness of drive hunt dolphin killing and the u.s. government opposes drive hunt fisheries." in kabul there. sima? >> this is being described as one of the most brutal attacks against foreign nationals. the united states has responded by stepping up its skrurt directive by declaring a wide city in the area where the attack took place, which basically means only essential staff can make essential trips in and out of this. when it comes at a time when nato-led troops are drawing down, well under way and many analysts say this may be the time that the afghan people will need more foreign assistance and help than ever before. back to you, christie. >> thank you. let's get to india now with the death of a socialite spark controversy. >> christie, a private affair
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that turned ugly on twitter and now the woman at the center of it is dead. socialites and her high-profile husband, the indian politician. really the main stay of dehli's social circles. but on wednesday she accused her husband of having an affair with the pakistani journalist and she also told her friends that she was depressed and two days later her body was found in this uber luxury hotel. doctors said she had an unnatural and sudden death. but the main cause of her death will not be known until the autopsy reports are out. back to you, christie. >> we appreciate it, thank you. we want to get to russia where organizers of the winter olympics are posting security after the bombings. nic is there. hi, nic. >> coming as regional rebels release video they claim of the
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suicide bombers behind twin suicide bombing attacks in the city of the nearest transport hub to the olympics. security here has been heightened. you can't park your car near the airport. police at every traffic intersection and army camps in this area and construction still under way to get these olympics ready. but, security on everyone's minds. back to you, christie. >> thank you so much. here closer to home the biggest bash in the nation last night. the first lady marking a milestone. michelle obama looked fabulous at 50, but is it more than just her appearance? up next, an other who says, you, too, can look and feel younger. but all in how you act. what you should and should not be doing. next.
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all right. so, it's sunday and you're looking at the events ahead.
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we want to get you caught up on your week so you know what's going on. monday, iran, nuclear deal taking effect with the support of six world powers, iran has agreed to limit its nuclear power in exchange for sanctions. talks will continue on a broader deal to prevent iran from developing nuclear weapons. moving on to tuesday, another big day for governor chris christie. he is expected to swear in around 11:30 eastern. moving to thursday, another must-see event right here on cnn. the network premiere of "the impostor." a liar who pretended to be a missing boy from texas. he convinced the boy's parents he was their son. despite being older than the missing boy and looking different than him and speaking with a french accent. how does that happen? you'll see it. on friday, sorry to tell you, the price of a stamp goes up 3 cents.
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taking it from 46 cents to 49. so, victor, almost two quarters you have to dish out now. >> i remember when a stamp was one quarter. >> i do, too. took me a minute, but, you're right. >> 25 cents. all right, thank you, christi. overnight, a star-studded birthday bash for michelle obama at the white house. celebrities and party guests told cnn that beyonce and john legend performs. the first lady officially marked her 50th birthday friday with her aarp card. and aarp execs point out that mrs. obama is a prime example of how youthful people can be at 50. but our next guest says to stay youthful, she may need to follow some tips. for example, avoid picking up any embarrassing hobbies like needle pointing pillows or constantly leaving voicemails on her daughters' phones. i'm sure they would appreciate that. or nagging the president to skip spicy food to avoid getting heartburn. those tips and more can be found
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in a book "how not to act old" by pamela redmond saltran. a lot of people are scooting up to the television to learn how not to act old. >> if you're up at this time of the morning, you probably are old. >> they went to sleep at 7:00. so, you know, there would be some who say michelle obama yes, she's 50, but she doesn't act old. in what ways is she not acting her age? >> well, definitely her party last night. you know, doing exactly what she wanted to do. i think that's something you have the right to do when you're 50. and she was celebrating that. and she was doing it her way, which is really not acting old. >> so, in an interview with "people" magazine the first lady said and i want to read this, never say never about getting botox. is botox something that old ladies get? >> i don't think young ladies are getting it too often. you know, i think michelle is
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coming down on the side of this issue of a lot of women, which is just, you know, i'm going to do what i want to do in firm tf making myself look on how i want to look and i don't care how the world thinks. >> a lot of people comment on the first lady's arms and that's fitness and about staying healthy. is it attitude or physical fitness and health? >> i think it's a combination of the two. you know, i'm kind of haunted by reading that michelle gets up at 5:00 or 5:30 in the morning. >> 4:30 some days. watching us now as she pumps iron. and i think about that when i don't want to get out of bed in the morning and i certainly don't want to go to the gym. but i think that she's an inspiration to a lot of women in their 40s, 50s, 60s who want to keep vital and youthful and keep changing, too, in their lives. >> so, what else? aside from needle pointing and
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staying away from spicy foods, how else can people not act old? >> i think michelle have come to the point with malia that she realizes to get her teenager's attention she has to text or call or actually talk face-to-face. when you are texting your teenager or your 20 something colleague, you have to be sure to do it with your thumbs because using your index finger on your phone to dial your phone is definitely a way to act old. when you call, don't leave a voi voiced voi voicemail. young people don't listen to voicemails. just hang up the phone and they will look at their missed calls and they'll call you back. >> i have one more, if you're texting, take out all the vowels. young people don't use vowels. pamela s, thank you so much. >> thank you. >> christi, over to you.
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it's getting worse out west. california is suffering through its worst drought in more than a century. the governor has declared a state of emergency and is urging its residents there to cut back on how much water they use. >> now, california is famous for sunny weather, right? but the high temperatures that have baked the golden state for over a year, they are anything but normal. so, jennifer gray is here and researching this to explain the science behind the drought. >> basically brought an off-shore flow, very warm, very dry air. this is the time when they're supposed to get rain. so, we realize that we're going to be in this for the long haul. we took a closer look to find out the science behind the drought.
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just take one look in the west and the pictures will tell the story. we're barely two weeks into 2014 and records are being broken. what is the science behind this extreme weather? >> persistent areas of high pressure what meteorologists call ridges, we have a lot of dry, hot weather. i think that's what we've seen and because of that, the western united states has been ridiculously dry. >> california's extreme drought is dire. san francisco is experiencing its driest year in more than 165 years. the wildfires come at a time when it's supposed to be california's rainy season. >> we're waiting for rain. we're praying. we're going to do a rain dance. >> the president of the american meteor logical society dr. marshal shepherd said it is going to take much more than a dance to reverse this, thanks in part to the jet stream. >> you can get locked into these modes or patterns of how the jet stream is situated and in 2013,
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high pressure has been the dominant weather feature over the west. that causes really hot and dry conditions. >> reporter: because of this, california is parched. many of their lakes and reservoirs are at 30% and sinking. and the snow pack, which is supposed to be a key resource for water is 84% below average. >> that snow is the drinking water for people in los angeles, phoenix and other places later in the year and it doesn't take a rocket scientist, even though i used to work at nasa to know that there are going to be stresses on water supply. >> reporter: and long-term predictions don't spell relief. >> as we move further into the actual summer months, things are only going to get drier, the humidity is only going to get lower. >> like we said, this is supposed to be california's rainy season. we only have a tiny window before it starts the dry season. so, this is going to create just an unbelievable wildfire season
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most likely and then, you know, it's people's drinking water. >> a lot to be concerned about. thank you, jennifer, so much. so, thank you so much, too, for starting your morning with us. >> we have a lot more ahead on the next hour of your "new day." starts right now. good morning, wherever you are. i feel like i should say vietnam, but it doesn't make sense. good morning, wherever you are. 7:00 on a sunday right now. boy, only 4:00 in the west and you're already awake. i'm impressed. i'm christi paul. >> i'm victor blackwell. we're starting ininab new jerse with governor chris christie and his camp and pushing back hard against new claims of political tieback tied to super storm sandy. >> the mayor of hard-hit hoboken
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said officials. now democratic mayor dawn zimmer did confirm those claims to cnn. >> also provided journal entries from the time that she says backs up her claims. now, her spokesperson gave this statement "the bottom line that the lieutenant governor came to hoboken and pulled me aside in a parking lot and made it clear that sandy aid was contingent on moving ahead with the rockefeller development. she knew it was wrong and even said so." however last week zimmer told cnn that she did not think sandy aid money was being withheld from hoboken because she did not endorse christie re-election. >> in responding to the latest claims a spokesman considered a top presidential contender, remember, blasted the report saying, "it's very clear
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partisan politics are at play here as democratic mayors with political ax to grind come out of the woodwork and try to get their faces on television." >> of course, the allegations come as evidence mounts that aides to christie agreed to tie up traffic on a major bridge as political revenge. in just about two hours, cnn's candy crowley will interview hoboken mayor dawn zimmer on "state of the union." be sure to stay right here at 9:00 a.m. eastern on cnn. in the meantime, christie himself is in florida where he is due to meet major donors that could help pitch his bid for president. >> his first political fund-raising trip since the bridge scandal broke. but as the allegations swirl, christie staying out of the spotlight, at least in public. >> wondering if these latest claims from the hoboken mayor came up yesterday during christie's travels. were they talking about it? >> well, listen, victor and
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christi, no one came out and said they were talked about but remember these were all private events. looking ahead to today, though. this event coming up is a big indication of where governor chris christie stands. except for a drive-by glimpse or two. new jersey governor chris christie spend day one of his fund-raising trip to florida behind closed doors. >> governor christie, do you have a few seconds, sir? >> governor? >> reporter: unclear if the bridgegate scandal followed christie to those fund-raisers. this woman inside an orlando event that he attended played a little bit of a guessing game. >> talked bout governor scott and how good he is. >> reporter: did anything about the scandal come up? >> what do you think? >> reporter: elaborate. >> what do you think? yes or no. >> reporter: yes. >> he said nothing, zero, zilch. >> reporter: beb debbie wasserm schultz had lots to say.
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>> either chris christie doesn't want to answer any questions or rick scott doesn't want to be seen in public. a little bit of both. >> reporter: released this welcome to florida ad. florida's republican party chairman accused democrats of trying to turn christie's visit into a circle. >> i'd say chris christie apologized. chris christie took action. he's the head of the republican governor's association and he's down here doing his job and that's raising money to make sure rick scott gets re-elected. >> reporter: how will the scandal affect christie's chances should he run for the white house? any talk in there about this being an issue for if christie decides to run in 2016? >> none. thank you. >> reporter: more likely to come on that front today a so-called donor outreach event in north palm beach. the owner of ho--
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>> and just to give you a little bit more sense of why today is so important, the host of that event tells cnn interest has gone up since this scandal unfolded, saying initially they had about 200 potential donors interested in attending the event. that number has gone up to 500 and now, possibly, more than he can accommodate at his house. he's also gone on to really say that some people have called him and said, they like the way that governor christie has handled all this so far and he's been decisive and embarrassed about what happened and now just opportunity to meet with him face-to-face. victor and christie, today could potentially be when republicans ask governor christie about these scandals at a closed door event. >> thank you. we know you're just waking up and dennis rodman waking up this morning, but he's doing it in a different spot. in rehab. the former nba star is seeking
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treatment for alcohol addiction and he's already a week in. >> escalated during that controversial trip to north korea. nick vulenshia is following the story. how many trips to rehab, i'm not making fun of him, but asking seriously? >> at least four if you count his appearance on dr. drew. this trip to north korea led to his escalation in drinking. he had a lot of pressure on him to be a cultural ambassador and seen as a political figure, as well. going over there. check out the statement that the agent sent cnn and other media outlets. "his drinking escalated to a level that none of us had seen before. when he came back, i discussed with him on a personal level how concerned i was. we sat down and i decided for him to go to rehab." he will be in rehab about a month. 28, 30 days in this rehab facility. >> and i know that alcoholism is a legitimateabsolutely.
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>> many people struggle with it, but i have to ask about the timing. >> it seems fishy. celebrities sometimes use rehab to avoid the spotlight. and some people that we talked to this morning, they think this is suspicious timing on rodman's part. but like you say, victor, alcoholism is a disease, it's real, nothing to be poked fun at and rodman has a long history. check out this sound bite that we have, he made a very public and now infamous exchange with cnn's "new day" host chris cuomo. take a listen. >> i don't give [ bleep ], i'm saying to you, look at these guys here. look at them! if you understand, do you understand what he did? >> what did he do? you tell me. >> no, you tell me! why is he held captive? >> they haven't released any
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charges. >> the imprisoned american being held in north korea not being officially charged by the government but rodman later apologized for his outburst saying he had been drinking at the time. >> some people say suspicious timing, legitimate question. but at the same time, maybe something like that that wakes you up. >> you have to wish him a very speedy recovery. very sad day for rodman and his supporters. nick, thank you so much. so, let's lighten it up a little bit. >> little bit. >> what happens when you get stevie wonder and samuel jackson together and you say, put on your dancing shoes? >> you are about to see what or rather who they were celebrating when "new day sunday" returns. t. fedex one rate. really makes my life easier. maybe a promotion is in order.
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that was the hottest ticket in town. >> i bet. her real birthday was friday, remember. all the stars and the d.c. power players came to the white house last night to celebrate the first lady's half century milestone. i hate to say it like that. >> half century. >> but she makes it look good. >> 50 and fabulous. how did it go? >> well, christi and victor, beyonce performed and john legend sang happy birthday but the president who really stole the show because he took over the dance floor when he danced the dougie. we have been talking for days how the president and the first lady really wanted this party to turn into a dance party and it did. i saw many guests come in wearing high heels and they also had a little bag carrying their flat shoes that they could change into later once the dance party got under way at the white house. we saw so many stars here last night beyonce, jennifer hudson,
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gladys knight. i think you'll recognize these two coming into the party last night. >> just looking forward to having good, old school dance music. >> i'm going to have a good time. thank you, guys. i'm going to have a ball, this is great. >> now we're told that the president also gave a long toast to the first lady at the end of the night. he raised a glass and specifically in that speech he did mention how good of a mother she is. this is a birthday celebration and we're having a little fun with it and a lot of people want to know who pays for a lavish event like this. it is not taxpayer dollars the obamas are putting on this private function, so they are footing the bill. christie and victor. >> i have heard that question and thank you for answering it. we appreciate it. so, we want to get a little bit more insight, though, into this party from a washington insider. >> yes. we have one with us. with us now, columnist for "washington post." good to have you this morning.
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>> thanks for having me. >> so, we heard now the president did the dougie and dance floor was hot. is this the typical, i know the answer to this, the typical obama party? >> well, you know, the typical first lady and the president party. when they are together with their friends. that was the thing about this party. there were no details released beforehand. we had all been hearing the rumors about beyonce since the summer she might perform, but no official word and no guest release and this was a private party they were having with their closest friends. their closest friends happen to be samuel l. jackson and magic johnson and jennifer hudson and gayle king but it was a friend affair. the president told people to eat before they come. only snacks and wear their
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comfortable shoes because lots of dancing. you knew they would let their hair down tonight. >> i want you to listen real closely to how tom joiner scr e described the party for us. >> everybody was there. stevie wonder was there. >> sing happy birthday. >> yeah. john legend. stevie. who else was there? >> samuel l. jackson. >> what did you eat? >> they had no food. >> they had no food. >> is that, i mean, is that, is that normal to have a big party like this and, i mean, they had food. they had some little desserts and snacks here and there, but no formal dinner, right? >> you know, people took a little umbridge with that when they first told folks to eat before they come, right? a lot of professional party planners and event planners said that was a little, they didn't
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want to say it was rude, but it was a little strange. usually you don't put that on an invite. if you're starting the party later, i don't think it got started until 10:00, people assume that there won't be food, if it's a dance party. you don't have to tell people to eat before they get there. but, the president wanted to let people know, listen, this isn't a formal affair, it's not this black tie, sit down, state dinner. that's what they were doing. >> you're coming to have a good time. >> if you were going to the white house, you would think, they're going to feed me, right? >> i assume there were heavy snacks. >> heavy snacks. that's enough. so, we heard beyonce, john legend, ledisi all performs. how much does something like this cost? >> you know, the white house probably won't release those numbers at all. but, let's say, you know, her and beyonce are great friends, right? the obamas and the carters have
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hung out before, so, who knows. maybe they were just performing for a friend of theirs. you know, it's a great thing to be able to perform at the white house and to say that you performed at the white house for the first lady's 50th birthday. it's a huge honor. who knows whether or not these people were doing it as a gift to the obamas. that's altogether possible. >> when you hear about this party, how does it compare to other parties at the white house, birthday parties? >> it's funny, we reported about this in the reliable source at "washington post" and the party it stacks up to is hillary clinton's 50th birthday party. the last first lady to turn 50 in the white house and her party was epic, right? she had a surprise black tie affair for 100. they hosted 500 people at the white house and then flew to her hometown of chicago and had a two-day long celebration that culminated with her showing up on the "oprah winfrey" show.
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a lot of black ties and full length gowns. i think when we compare this to hillary clinton's birthday, the first lady's birthday was almost, really, low key. of course, a lot of celebrities there and we know they had a good time, but more of a private affair. you know what i mean. they really wanted to have something intimate and fun with their friends. >> low key. >> the invitation said no cameras, you know, not a lot on social media right now. they wanted it to be within their tight friend group. >> low key with beyonce and ledisi and john legend. >> if you're going to do it, do it big. thank you very much. >> thank you. and your "new day" sunday continues right after the break. you are so outta here! aah! [ female announcer ] the complete balanced nutrition of great-tasting ensure. 24 vitamins and minerals, antioxidants, and 9 grams of protein. [ bottle ] ensure®. nutrition in charge™.
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good to have you on "new day" and all morning we're talking about dennis rodman, the former nba star is now in rehab. his agent says he's already been in treatment for about a week. >> he has a long history of alcohol addiction, but according to his agent this latest is due to the pressure and backlash over that trip to north korea. so, let's talk to david sugarman. david is an nba sports agent and a friend of dennis rodman. so, david, we thank you so much for coming on. this is a sensitive issue and we appreciate your candor. >> my pleasure.
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>> first of all, you did not go on this trip to north korea. >> no, i did not go. >> so, when you heard about it, what did you think? >> i actually heard about it, i read about it in the morning. i was, you know, 7:00 in the morning i looked at my phone and i had 300 missed calls. and then i saw that dennis was over there and kenny anderson who works with us he was over there, as well. >> so, you know, a lot of celebrities and, again, i want to preface this by saying alcoholism, we understand, most people understand is a real disease. >> very real. >> but there is a history in hollywood when times get tough and the press goes bad that people run off to rehab. is he hiding from the media right now? >> look, i mean, i haven't spoken to dennis. and i spoke with darin prince, his agent, last night at length. and i'm no expert in alcoholism, but i think he probably had an
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awakeni awakening. i mean what happened in north korea was a big deal. i mean, it was a big deal and it doesn't look good and it fired on dennis and i think he needs help. >> can you help us understand why he's so enamored with north korea? >> i don't have the answer to that. i mean, i spoke with ken anderson about this in l.a. the other day and my understanding was his father was a huge chicago bulls fan and wanted michael jordan to go over there, but i can't verify that information. >> can you tell us, also, beyond what we saw on "new day" with chris cuomo that outburst and the shouting, what else happened in north korea that was so dramatic? >> again, i heard this from a bunch of guys that were over there. i mean, dennis was apparently had a beer in his hand at all times. you know, as kenny alluded to on pier's show, their passports
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were all taken when they checked into the hotel. i mean, everybody's passport was taken. they were taken on tours around north korea. they went to kim jung-il's grandparent' house and a lot of culture showed to these guys. so, other than that -- >> a beer in rodman's hand the entire time he was there? >> that is what i was told. >> hopefully this time around, he can, he can get it together. i mean, we hope that for him, certainly. >> i hope so. i mean, i know dennis. and i spent time with dennis and i said to my wife when i saw that interview that cnn did, i knew dennis was drunk. i mean, i could tell by the way he was acting and i've seen, i've seen two sides to dennis. i've seen that side and then i've seen the sober side. so, it was clear as day to me that there was something, that there was something wrong there. >> david, as his friend, i'm sure it's hard for you to watch. we thank you for joining us
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for the first time in more than six years, we've got to say, on the heels of criticism, that the show lacked diversity, a black female cast member joined "snl" last night. ♪ resolution revolution ♪ resolution revolution >> sasheer zamata. what is the buzz about it this morning, alexandra? >> as the newcomer to the show i don't think anybody expected her to have a starring role but she did turn up a number of times. if you were tuning in to see sasheer zamata the writers gave us that option. >> last night's show represented
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something more. >> sasheer zamata. >> the first female african-american cast member to be hired by "snl" since maya rudolph left in 2007. skit after skit singing, dancing and acting and spoofing re rerihanna as blossom. a nationwide search after a public outcry about the show's lack of diversity. >> in that case, i will leave and in a few minutes oprah will be here. >> reporter: but they turned the tables and poked fun at themselves. on the streets of new york this weekend, fans think the new addition was the right call. >> i feel like if she qualified, if she's ready to be up there, that's great. now, there have always been plenty of funny black comedians. i think now they finally made
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the choice and it's a good thing. >> she is going to have a lot to prove. could be a good thing. could be a gate opener for her career, or it could go the other way. >> reporter: movie stars like tina fey, will ferrell and eddie murphy all got their start on "snl" and like them this could be just the beginning for sasheer zamata. >> sasheer for her first night. >> she also has big shoes to fill like tina fey, she is also a graduate of the university of virginia and a veteran of the improve group the upright citizens brigade. victor, christi? >> thank you very much. >> hopefully she moves to the full cast. >> big time, absolutely. we'll see you back here at the top of the hour for another hour of "new day" sunday. >> right now keep it here for
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