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something she refused doing before. >> we have another question, how is it going to affect clinton's campaign? meanwhile, her rival, donald trump, gets a big reception after the debate. we have more coverage with cnn correspondent, jeff. >> after months of saying no, hillary clinton is saying yes, she will turn over her private e-mail server. this is weeks after the fbi said they were looking into the security of the server she used as secretary of state. now, this marks a major change for clinton. you will remember how defiant she was when her private e-mail system was first revealed. she said she had no plans of turning over the server. take a listen. >> i have no doubt we have done what we should have done. i think that we have more than met the request from the state department. the server contains personal
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communications from my husband and me and i believe i have met all my responsibilities and the server will remain private. >> reporter: but so much has changed since then. the investigation of the e-mails has widened. republicans have been asking for access to the server for months. john boehner said in a statement, it's about time secretary clinton's statements that she possessed no classified information were not true. this morning, we are learning the inspector general for the u.s. intelligence community told that clinton had top secret information. that's the highest level on two e-mails among the 40 reviewed from the state department. this has taken a toll on clinton's campaign, her trust in credibility with voters. for the first time, clinton is
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behind bernie sanders by seven points. sanders, 44% to clinton's 37% in a new university poll of new hampshire democratic voters. the clinton campaign is contending with all of this today. >> i'm sure they are watching that closely. thank you for that. meanwhile, a love fest in michigan for donald trump more than 2,000 strong giving the republican front-runner a huge reception in the first event since the debate. his poll numbers holding strong in brand-new polling. if you want to know where he stands, he's planning a policy rollout, soon. we are live in michigan this morning. hi, sara. >> reporter: morning, michaela. it is the first time trump is back on the stump since comments about women and the debate with megyn kelly. take a look. >> the next president of the
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united states, donald trump. [ cheers and applause ] >> a rocket crowd. raring to see the gop front-runner. >> we are going to have a little fun tonight. we are going to talk about some terrible things, but we'll have fun anyway. >> reporter: it was another day on top of the polls. trump taking the lead in iowa, drawing 17% support in a new suffolk unit poll. five points ahead of the nearest rival, scott walker. trump ahead of the pack, leading jeb bush in the latest university poll. >> what would jeb bush do? probably say that's not a good thing. if he ever said it strongly, which he wouldn't because there's no energy there. no energy. we need energy! we need tone! >> reporter: the latest controversy, appearing to leave him inskaited.
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here in michigan, the recent fuel with fox anchor, megyn kelly, a nonissue. >> i'm a professional woman. i'm a physician. i believe that trump will be very fair with women. >> i think people should thicken up their skin a little bit. >> reporter: trump is offering reassurances he can win over women. >> i cherish women. i will be great on women's health issues, believe me. >> telling cnn's chris cuomo, he has the record to prove it. >> i have many women executives. when i was back in the construction days, the big construction days, i had women in charge of big development. >> do you pay them what you pay the men? >> i was very, very prowomen many years ago. >> do you pay the women at the top of your organization the way you pay your men? >> yes, i do, absolutely. >> it's not that everybody is equal, but when you deserve it.
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>> in many cases, i pay women more. i have women that get paid a lot of money. >> reporter: voters were hoping to hear policy specifics from trump. they probably left disappointed. he didn't delve deep into the policy. over the next two weeks, more details will be coming, specifically numbers on job creation. >> he downloaded all the policy on "new day" that morning. he was probably exhausted. they had heard so much more than they had heard before. at the end of that back and forth, we suggested to trump he put out this information about women in his organization, making as much as more than men. we'll see if that happens. now, let's go through the analysis. we have big things, hillary and the server, polls and mr. trump. we have cnn political common thai tors. it's as fast as i can go through the titles. hillary, server, too little too late for undoing?
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>> i mean, she's going to hope to kill them with kindness. it is definitely late in the game. the fact it happened on the day the inspector general said there were, in fact, at least two top secret e-mails sent, this is a significant concession. she believes rather than drip, drip handing it over, we'll stop the issue. now, the deep investigation of the servers is going to go on. it's a smart move. the campaign continues to feel the heat. >> it is lose/lose because she's not doing it because she wants to, it's because they are making her. she's at it so long, people will believe it's been scrubbed. >> she that has hit against her trustworthy numbers and it's clear the clinton campaign or the team doesn't believe they are handing over the server to be reconstructed to find the wiped e-mails from her time as secretary of state. she's made it clear, there's
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nothing on the server. what they are doing is looking at the server to determine whether it's secure now. so, i'm in a lose/lose. >> you are in a lose/lose. what is a bigger problem for hillary? what's going on with the e-mail server or bernie sanders, feel the burn in new hampshire. put up the poll numbers. bernie sanders, 44%. you can see the numbers for yourself. >> the first two, iowa and new hampshire, bernie sanders could do well. one of the interesting things for the clinton campaign to confront is how to defeat him in one of the two. bernie sanders could win the first two primaries. it would be a blow, but not stop a nomination. that's the fascinating thing. >> why can he win the first two, but doesn't stop the momentum? >> when you get the supertuesday, the democratic
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party, those two candidates while it would be the inevidentibility for hillary clinton, which didn't work out well for her last time. supertuesday with the broad national swath, you are going to have the bernie sanders commander like in a neighboring state with the first two. >> you are very compelling and your voice is fetching. i feel you are not appropriately feeling the burn. are you feeling the burn more than he's feeling the burn? >> i feel like he may not be remembering or having the deja vu moment of what happened in 2007 and 2008 with hillary clinton. she was the front-runner. she was the candidate. she lost iowa. that derailed everything. she almost lost new hampshire. but, for a moment, a real vulnerability she shared with women. that demonstrated she isn't inevitable and we could be seeing strings of that already. him leading in new hampshire
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with that margin, almost ten points is significant. >> that is significant. keep in mind, the campaign is cr crusader. hillary clinton has to get that similar passion. >> not easy. hashtags like feel the bern don't come that often. 55% of people, by the way, who were polled said they were less comfortable with him after this. 23% said they were more comfortable. there's the favorable, unfavorable going on now. what's relevant here? women. how much did he hurt himself with women? you could suggest not as much as some expected. >> that is exactly right. i think, really, we have seen that very little is going to interrupt this trump. we know that this guy has so
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much energy he's galvanizing from the electric that feels like he's speaking to power and he is independent. but, this best numbers for me is somebody who cares about it. not that everybody doesn't care about this. 55% of people are less comfortable with people now with him as a candidate. that is his real softening of his numbers. even though he's in the lead, numbers tightened in new hampshire with jeb bush, significantly. they tightened in iowa. >> fiorina is up, kasich is up. >> it shows how fluid the field is now. >> a moment of metaphore, donald trump using wine as a fine wine. take a listen. >> i am a winer and i'm a winer and i keep wining and wining until i win. i'm going to win for the country and make our country great again. >> is this an example of why he
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is different in a good way than anybody else running right now? he turned whining into a positive. >> it is hard to do. at the end of the day, we don't want a whiner in chief. >> don't we? >> no. >> don't we? >> no crying in baseball and politics. the fact that he's so shameless he doesn't care. he's going to throw that out there. speaks to this surreal situation we are in. >> if you heard the beginning of the question, it was rich lowry -- it was a great question. i learned something from it. he had been called a fantastic whiner. because he was called a fantastic whiner, a fabulous whiner, it's a positive adjective in front of it. if you say he's a terrific jerk, he will own it because he's a terrific jerk. he will own it. >> we'll continue to follow up.
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thank you very much. in the next hour, we are going to get insight on trump's issues with women from former new jersey governor christine todd whitman. yesterday, we had pawlenty to get their take on what's happening going forward. ana? police in st. louis county in missouri released surveillance video that show as teen pulling a gun from his waistband before the officers shoot him. the 18-year-old, tyrone harris, began firing at an unmarked car carrying detectives protesting the anniversary of michael brown's death. we are live in ferguson this morning. ryan, a calmer night of protest after the days of unrest. >> reporter: certainly, ana. very peaceful after 24 hours. people wanted the peace. now, if you look around the city, you don't see protesters. now there's new video calling a lot into question.
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dramatic surveillance video released by police show people scattering after gunshots rang out in ferguson late sunday. look closely. you can see 18-year-old tyrone harris grabbing a gun out of his waistband. >> please, get him some help. >> reporter: moments before being shot by police, the police officer critically wounded, he drew his weapon first, shooting a remarkable amount of rounds. you can see harry running across the parking lot. the individual identified by police as harris crosses behind the darker colors suv. you can see what appears to be muzzle flashes coming from that area. >> had a gun. and the police shot back at him. >> reporter: the hood and windshield of unmarked police vehicles peppered with bullets. the bullets that hit the police car, we find out it's the same
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gun. we have an open and close case. >> reporter: police opening the video to refute claims it teen was not armed. this facebook photo is of the 18-year-old holding two guns in the air. >> i don't think that video is proof harris shot at the cops. gimpb the attention, given the distrust in that community, i think the community is going to want more evidence before they conclude that harris did, in fact, shoot at the cops. >> reporter: michaela, to show you the difference between one night and the next, there were more officers on the streets than protesters. >> thank you. to dallas, a police officer who kaled unarmed christian tailor. the 49-year-old brad miller made mistakes that cause zed the deadly confrontation with the 19-year-old during a suspected burglary at a car dealership. miller tracked the suspect on
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his own without properly communicating with other officers. this morning, new allegations of abuse surfacing from the up state new york supermax prison where two murderers escaped. 60 inmates claiming severe abuse after they broke free. what do we know? >> reporter: good morning, chris. more than 60 complaints against officers at the clinton facility alleging officers unleashed their frustrations after matt and sweat escaped. here are some claims they are making to "the new york times." they were physically abused. they say many of them were transferred without due process. the most insindary allegations, many claim they were brutally beaten during interrogations trying to find out more information about the escape. here is how one inmate describes his interrogation. he says an officer jumps and
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grabs me by the throat, slams my head into a pipe along the wall. then he starts punching me in the face. one officer points to a plastic bag hanging on pipes and says you know what water boarding is? that's what patrick alexander says. in the meantime, the department of corrections saying they want a full investigation putting out a statement saying, quote, any findings of misconduct or abuse against inmates will be punished to the full extent of the law. cnn is working to verify the claims made by the inmates. still, guys, very strong allegations against the officers. >> boris sanchez, thank you so much. members of a helicopter are recovering after making a hard landing east of okinawa. the extent of injuries is
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unclear. japan's coast guard got a rescue request from a u.s. marine corps camp in okinawa shortly after the crash. new this morning, a young mississippi couple is behind bars. they are accused of joining isis, using the cover of their honeymoon. we are live with the disturbing details of the scheme. >> really disturbing. they were found out because the fbi had been keeping tabs on them since may. this is a young, newlywed couple from mississippi. they said they were going on their honeymoon. that was a cover up to go to syria and join isis before being arrested at the airport on saturday according to the fbi. they were allegedly flying from mississippi to the netherlands, then on to turkey. that was the route they planned on taking, the fbi says. the man is 22-year-old mohammed as his wife, 21-year-old jala
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young. they made several statements in support of isis on social media. from there, corresponding with undercover fbi agents. from the outside, this was a normal couple, young. the daughter of a mississippi police officer. she was studying chemistry at mississippi state university and recently converted to islam. her husband graduated last spring from mississippi state with a psychology degree and is the son of a local. the video shows young graduating from high school. according to the complaints, some disturbing statements here. in one conversation, young allegedly boasted about how the two could help isis saying i am skilled in math and chemistry and worked in a lab here at my college campus. my partner is very good with computer science and media. we learn very fast and would love to help. they were denied bond. when they appeared before a
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judge in mississippi. back to you, ana. >> thank you. joe biden will be at a memorial for five people shot. the attack has prompted calls for security at stations nation wooi. >> all right. have you heard about this? what the heck? the new york jets are going to begin their season without the starting quarterback. why? why? gino smith, that's him right there. he got sucker punched by a teammate, this according to the jets head coach. smith and line backer, ik got into an argument into the locker room. ik lost his temper and sucker punched or punched his own quarterback in the smush. smith is going to be out ten weeks, needs surgery and the
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team got rid of ik after it. >> oh, my goodness. >> it was a strong move for the coach. >> consequences in the heat of the moment. >> did he have problems before? >> he got drafted after supposedly hitting cop in college. this was a fight over money. only the jets. i wish this coach well. $1.8 million is gone. >> it takes a lot to talk about your team like that. i'm proud of you. >> only the jets. still ahead here, we are going to talk about donald trump on top in iowa and new hampshire. have you seen the latest polling? some analysts suggest the front-runner might be vulnerable. we are going to take a closer look when we continue on "new day." they lived. ♪ they lived. ♪ they lived. ♪
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it's good to have you both. take a look at the poll numbers. two headlines popping out. one is he's on top, the second is not as much as he was and other people are moving up. sara you are with him on the scene, 2,000 people. what is your take on the numbers? >> well, look it is interesting to see he is on top. i think people keep predicting the controversies will hurt him, the latest being his comments about women. i think the other interesting thing is though his rivals are trying to capitalize on him, they are attacking him and casting themselves as outsiders. they are not having a lot of luck. it seems all the times we think donald trump is going to take a hit, he manages to weather it. >> nia henderson, my favorite name in the business. this is the woman thing.
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this is interesting as well. people who were asked about how he did in the debate, 55% said less comfortable with him now. 23% said more comfortable with him now. do you see that as an attrition or is this just a resetting? how do you see it? >> you know, there does seem to be an attrition here. folk who is watched the debate, it was a tie between trump and walker, 14% to 14% in iowa. it does show, i think, that the debate, even though overall he weathered on that and the fallout between him and megyn kelly of fox news, there's erosion in how people see him, whether or not they see him as presidential. some people in the iowa poll, at least, felt like he didn't seem presidential. they didn't feel like the questions were fair. some people did think it was unfair. 41% thought he was unfairly attacked.
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i think all the other candidates, people like fiorina and kasich have a lot to feel good about. people like rand paul, like scott walker who have been trying to sup their standing in the polls by punching up at donald trump. it hasn't really worked. i think, in some ways, a lesson to jeb bush that he can stand back as donald trump certainly lobbed grenades his way. he can stand back for a while and watch some of this attrition, some of what he, i'm sure, hopes will be a slow enclosen. look at what is happening with john kasich. he is a very attractive candidate in that field. he's moving as well as fiorina let's give credit to trump. there's kasich, 12%.
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that's a big jump. sara, he know what is happened with megyn kelly can't be that good for him. he comes on, in the interview, he hides the ball on policy, but not everything. one of the things he decides to talk about more than once is why he is good with women. let's talk about a big issue, equal pay. take a listen. >> do you pay the women at the top of your organization the same way you pay your men? >> yes, i do, absolutely. >> that's what it comes down to. you are equal when you deserve it. >> in many cases, i pay the women more. i have women that get paid a lot of money. i pay them more. >> one campaign suggestion for you is show the numbers to people. >> i can do that. one of the things i'm proud of is, you know, i was one of the first, i think i was literally the first. i had a woman in charge of the construction of trump tower. that was unheard of in the
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construction industry that many years ago. >> he actually puts out the numbers. i'm not saying whether it's true or not. if he puts out numbers about how he pays women more than men. he also took a position on abortion. he said he is in favor of the obvious three exclusions you can hear about in contrast to rubio and huckabee. were you surprised about the admissions and what do they mean? >> i am not surprised on the abortion thing. he worked his back and forth on that. he was pro-choice, now he's pro-life. that seemed to work out. on the women's issue, talking about pay in terms of his company speaks to his character. if he put out the numbers, we don't have an idea of his policy, but look, you can trust me. look what i did within my own company. the question is, how far are the voters willing to take the
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trust? there is an amount of trust when it comes to policy. you need flexibility to respond to changing events when coming up with policy. the reason it may raise a red flag is when they look at politicians in washington, they say we e lekted you on the principles. words like flexibility don't sound appealing to voters like this. >> i like the head move when you say flexibility. nia maleeka, the coffee is on me if you get that. agreed? agreed. >> we'll see if we get policy. you pressed him on that. we are waiting on a lot of things from trump, not only those numbers but evidence the mexican government is sending over people they don't like. that's something he keeps talking about. he's been short on actual evidence. one of the things that was interesting when talking about policies at the michigan forum, someone shouted in the audience,
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you know, how can you fix the problems? he did this, oh, it's all up here. we have to see what that means. >> reminds me of an "snl" skit. a certain president used to go right here, kidneys. >> thank you very much. have a good day. there's a disturbing development inside the new york state prison. prisoners are lodging complaints, dozens of them that they were being beaten and abused by guards. the question is obvious. are they taking out frustrations on inmates? that would be a crime. we are on it. when you're living with diabetes, steady is exciting. only glucerna has carbsteady,
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hillary clinton now instructing her staff to turn over that private e-mail server that she use zed as secretary of state to the justice department in the decision coming a day after an intelligence official said at least five e-mails
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contained classified information. clinton is turning over three thumb drives to the fbi containing copies of 30,000 e-mails. donald trump says his campaign will soon release specifics. he's getting a warm welcome after a stop in michigan. he called for a wall to be built along the mexican border and slammed china for trying to suck the blood out of the united states by devaluating the currency. trump is leading in new hampshire and iowa in the latest polls. we have new details in the crash that killed comedian james mcnair and left tracy morgan seriously injured. the driver of the walmart truck that rear ended his limo van had not slept for 28 hours. mcnair, morgan and others in the limo were not wearing seatbelts. it happened last june. nick wallenda did it again.
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fingered man? >> this is going to be an interesting week. we are taking a look at what's going on in the new york state prison where the two inmates escaped. prisoners filed dozens and dozens of complaints about abuse by guards. one claiming he was threatened by water boarding. are corrections officers taking out their frustrations on inmates? we are going to explore that coming up. and now you can't connect the way you used to... because you switched wireless carriers and are getting a less reliable connection. it's okay. we're still here for you and we'll be happy to have you back on a reliable network. come home to verizon and get 10 gigs for $80 a month plus $15 per line. only at verizon. no student's ever been the king of the campus on day one. but you're armed with a roomy new jansport backpack,
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we are hearing for the first time shocking allegations of prisoner abuse at the hands of corrections officers after matt and sweat escaped. the new york times was the first to report the claims of them being beaten, choked, slammed against bars and walls. joining us is "the new york times" writer that broke the story. i'm reading an account from an inmate. the officer jumps up, grabs him by the throat, lifts me out of the chair, punches me in the face. it goes on and on and on. there are several accounts,
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something like 60 inmates filed complaints. >> some of them describing more severe beatens. this is a special case because he was actually a neighbor to the inmate who is broke out. so, officers immediately approached him trying to find out what he knew. you have to understand that, you know, in the harried moments and hours in the days after the two individuals escaped, they are on the news, and wanted information quickly. some of them resorted to tactics and the complaints seen across the line. >> there are going to be some that are automatically going to say, wait, wait, wait. is there a reason this could be fabricated? consider the source. there's motivation to smear the situation to keep them behind bars. address that. >> we saw the injuries on the
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inmates we spoke to. certainly, you have to take into account, the roommates making allegations. it's very difficult to get confirmation of a lot of things. very difficult to have communication with the department of corrections with various correctional officials at clinton prison. that being said, the allegations are very similar to one another, made from inmates in very different parts of the prison. some on the honor block. some of them in different parts of the prison on different wing who is worked with matt and sweat. so you have to take a look at that. >> i should point out, there is a statement. they responded to your piece in the new york times, they said any findings of misconduct or abuse will be punished to the full extent of the law. i know the prisoner's legal
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services received some 60 complaints. is this going to be hard to prove? >> a lot of inmates didn't recognize the officers carrying out the abuses. >> from different parts of the prison perhaps? >> or we know there were corrections officers brought in from other prisons. there are other prisons in the area. because this was such an extraordinary situation, they were brought in to clinton to help out. a lot of the inmates didn't recognize the officers and a lot of them were not wearing name tags as they usually do when they have their uniforms on. >> there's been a lot of heat on that facility already. head haves rolled. there have been changes there. what recourse? did you hear of a plan now that it's made public, if the allegations are true, what happens now? >> the corrections department is looking into the allegations and
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turns over the complaints to the state's department which is conducting an investigation of the security that led to the escape. they are expected to release some sort of report soon. we'll see what happens there. we'll see if our report generates any other movement on this. again, it's going to be difficult because, first of all, because of the circumstances. the prison is very, very closed and it's difficult to get information. should point out, there are no inmates that have been implicated in aiding in the escape. >> no, it was corrections officers themselves. very good point. thanks for bringing this to our attention. ana? presidential candidates talking tough on isis. are their plans for action practical for the u.s. military? we will examine with someone who knows it terrain and the battle.
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jeb bush is the latest candidate to reveal his plans for fighting isis, which include as no fly zone over syria. what about the other candidates. joining us to do so, lieutenant mark. he spent three years n iraq commanding wars in baghdad and iraq. he's got lots of experience to add to the conversation. let's begin with hillary clinton before we start about the republican strategy. she's spoken out about her plans to defeat isis. >> when it comes to defeating isis, the united states has an important role to play, some of which we are playing when it comes to air strikes and additional intelligence and
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surveillance assets, working to try to bolster the iraqi army and other groups. >> she adds, we need a more comprehensive strategy. techniques going after isis online. essentially, her strategy is more of the same. she supports the obama administration. question to you, general. is this plan working? critics are saying, it's not doing enough fast enough. >> we said for a long time, this is going to take a while. i was surprised when i heard mrs. clinton speak, the secretary who has a great deal of understanding that she hasn't said much more in what she is going to emphasize or expand upon. not a lot new from her, as you said. it's mostly what the government is currently doing. there are limited areas of success and some setbacks to the current strategy. >> all right.
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let's talk about jeb bush. he unveiled his plan last night. it was fairly detailed, but not before taking shots at clinton and the current obama administration. listen. >> isis grew while the united states disengaged from the middle east and ignored the threat. where was the secretary of state? where was secretary of state clinton in all of this? like the president himself, she opposed the surge, then joined and claiming credit for its success. then stood by as a victory of american and forces was thrown away. >> troop surge worked, then clinton's strategy came in and took the troops out, allowing isis to emerge. fair criticism? >> it is fair, but irreally rant right now. both sides have been sniping at the other side. the republicans are saying the
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president caused the collapse and the creation of isis. those on the democratic side are saying go back further and see what the administration did. all those things from the military perspective are irrelevant. i have looked at the rest of governor bush's speech and truthfully, what i read is mostly what is currently ongoing. he's proposing thing that is are already occurring. the key differences are, he's suggesting we do more direct intervention with sunni tribes and the kurdish regions. the implication is bypass the iraqi government. it's not a good idea. that's what some of the neofights have been suggesting. it's not taking into account the motivations for fighting as they are trying to pull their country together. >> what about the fourth point where he talks about letting
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troops on the ground have more leew leeway. is that a good idea? >> they are suggesting we do tit for tat with the iraqi government. they are more able to go after the enmy. we will, in fact, consider putting more troops on the ground and putting terminal air controllers forward to control the operations. that's not something you want to do unless you are sure the iraqi army is going to fight for themselves. that's something of consideration as a course of action in the future. >> iraqis have to get responsible about it first. >> exactly. >> listen to trump. he has a simple strategy. >> take the oil away, take the money away. >> how do you take the oil. >> make sure iran, which gives plenty of money to isis, believe it or not, iran is funneling money into isis, too.
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iraq is going to iran like i predicted in 2004. >> how do you do it? put troops on the ground? >> take the oil and protect it. take the money source away. believe me, they would start to wither and collapse. >> you have to remind the viewers, trump said he is a better general than you are. that said, could his plan work? >> well, as he has said, he is a better general than i. as a military man, he knows that all plans have to be feasible, credible and practical. the plan doesn't meet any one category. it's a category of laughable and dangerous. people around the world are listening to this and not quite understanding what is going on in america with a guy suggesting we bomb and send troops in to steal the oil. it's just not a good suggestion politically. >> all right, general, thank you so much for your time this
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morning, we appreciate it. we have lots more news to get to. >> we have done exactly what we should have done. >> big development. she will turn over her private e-mail server. it's taken a toll on clinton's campaign. >> i will be great on women's health issues, believe me. >> you are going to love president trump. >> reporter: trump taking the lead in iowa. in new hampshire, trump, once again, ahead of the pact. >> you cannot underestimate the appeal of donald trump. a young mississippi couple is behind bars accused of trying to join isis. >> they used their honeymoon as a cover up. >> a really nice kid. not radical in any way. announcer: this is "new day" with chris cuomo, alisyn camerota and michaela pereira.
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>> ana cabrera joins us this morning. hillary clinton has agreed to sur rending the e-mail server she used as secretary of state instructing the staff to cooperate. >> clinton trying to diffuse what could be a full blown scandal. donald trump feels the love. w have coverage. let's start with jeff tracking the developments. good morning. >> good morning, chris. after five months of saying no, hillary clinton is finally saying yes. she will turn over the private server and thumb drive. it's part of a justice department investigation into how classified information was handled and whether it was secure. this marks a change for clinton. remember how defiant she was when it was revealed back in march. take a listen. >> i have no doubts we have done
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exactly what we should have done. i think that we have more than met the request from the state department. the server contains personal communications from my husband and me and i believe i have met all my responsibilities and the server will remain private. >> but, so much has changed since then. now the justice and congressional investigation into the e-mails has widened. republicans have been asking for access to this server for months. john boehner said it's about time. her mishandling of classified information must be fully investigated. perhaps more important, this morning, we are learning the inspector general told members of congress top secret information was contained in two
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e-mails. that's the highest level of government intelligence. clinton maintains information and was not classified at the time. her trust in credibility with voters. for the first time, a new poll topped sanders leading clinton by seven points. he's at 44% opposed to clinton's 37%. if the server is turned over, the question is whether it will put the controversy at rest or feel more skepticism. >> thank you for that. meanwhile, donald trump getting a huge reception. dpoung on the attack adpans gop and democratic rivals, polling shows trump is okay. we have live in michigan with more. sara? >> reporter: good morning, michaela. if voters in michigan were
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concerned about the run in with megyn kelly, they were not letting on last night. take a look. >> please welcome, the next president of the united states, donald trump. [ cheers and applause ] >> reporter: a rocket crowd. raring to see the gop front-runner. >> we are going to have a little fun tonight. we are going to talk about some terrible things, but we'll have fun anyway. >> reporter: for donald trump, another day on top of the polls. trump taking the lead in iowa, drawing 17% in a new poll. five points ahead of his nearest rival, scott walker. trump, once adpan, ahead of the pact. >> what would jeb bush do? probably say that's not a good thing. if he ever said it strongly, which he wouldn't because there's no energy there. no energy.
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>> we need energy! we need tone! >> he's unscathed. >> i'm a pronegsal woman, a physician. i believe that trump will be very fair with women. >> thicken up your skin a little bit. >> reporter: trump is offering reassurances he can win over women. >> i cherish women. i will be great on women's health issues, believe me. >> telling chris cuomo he has the record to prove it. >> i have many women executives and always have. back in the big construction days, i had women in charnl of big developments. i was very, very prowoman many years ago? >> do you pay the women at the
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top of the organization better than men. that's what it comes down to. i pay, in many cases, i pay the women mor. there's women that get wade a lot of money. >> last night, trump was light on specifics. his campaign says they are coming. while it was certainly a warm welcome here in michigan, maybe not as much as trump would like. there were 1,000 people waiting to get in. when we looked, just two people were waiting. >> thank you very mun. joining us now is christine "today" whitman. so good to have you hear. >> good to be here. >> we need the per speck oif of people in the became and what we are seeing before our eyes right now. you are in new jersey, you are familiar with donald trump.
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did you ever think you would see him in the position he is in now? >> no. with donald trump, you can imagine anything. he will do, say, almost anything. it's hard if you are thinking things through logically to say that's where he's going to come out. that's part of the attraction. you never know what he's going to say next. it's a phenomena people find distracting in a time there are a lot of people that are struggling, that are unsure what the future holds. >> he articulates the concerns. i'm not sure they think he's presidential material at the end of the day. >> we have new poll numbers out this morning. favorable/unfavorable unchanged. why? >> i think part of that is, he does well. look who you are polling. so few of the republicans being polled are actually paying
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attention. if you look at the polls, how many are actively watching it? right now, it's the fame factor. it's the name. it's the unusualness of the way he approaches a campaign. what is interesting to me, a lot of women will say okay, he says bad things. as you pointed out, what is important is how does he treat them on the job. the other side is women don't like whiners. as much as they dust over, he's whining. you are running for president. you are going to get tough questions. >> he says he is a fine wine indeed, he whines and whines until he wins. do you believe he could make whining a vir which you? >> he could. >> something else that is worthy of inspex. carly fiorina caught fire with
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voters. you understand this well. you look at them, how much do the numbers hurt? these are big shifts for somebody given the fact of the attention. we have had her on the show several times on "new day." what do you see in her? what do you want to see? >> she broke out in the poll because she was willing to take things on. one of the knocks against women is, are they tough enough? a lolt of people think women are not going to have the guts to do the job. when she was as forceful as she was, it made a lot of people sit up and say this is a real person here, a leader. she has to go through the scrutiny. it's a long way to go. we are so early in this process. >> over a year. over a year. tell us how you negotiate being a woman in power and taking on women's issues.
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if you don't hold all the right types of positions, is there a different level of skrooutny? >> i have people, tell me what women's issues are. they care about the budget. they often do the household costs. they care about the cost of life. all the issues are women's issues. social issues impact abortion far more personally than men. those issues where you can get the differences. overall, women care about the same issues men do. >> they are running as many or more households as men in america today. strong point. one of the surprises of the interview with mr. trump was he took a big step on abortion and planned parenthood. i'm in favor like ronald reagan. but, on planned parenthood, yes,
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i would look at it before i defunded. if they are helping with health care for women, i could keep funding those. not a popular position, what do you think? >> if you look at it, even with those women, talking women who are strongly pro-choice, when you talk to them about exemptions, you can start to peel away the onion. when you look at planned parenthood, the amount of money that it was helped. they are the only organizations that provide the ability. it's making sure you are healthy, you can bring a healthy child to term, if you do get pregnant, you have access to mammograms and pap tests, all the things women need. also that you are able to make a
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decision when you want to have a child. they will help you with birth control. other people will object to that. on the other hand, you don't want to see pregnancies where women get tossed aside. >> marco rubio has the idea of life upon conception. how does it play when you get out of the crime areas into the general election. governor, what a pleasure to get your perspective. >> oh, thank you. the one thing i will say about women on thissish sthu gets me upset is why do women suddenly stop becoming individuals when they get pregnant? these people who are so focused on the fetus. believe me, i have six grandsons, i have two children, i love life. i am not antilife, i'm prowomen's rights. why did i just become a vessel
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for delivering a child. what happens to me meeps nothing at all. that's part of the discussion we need to have. >> it's the faith and the fact. we don't have consensus on the viability. it's complicated and often that getz it. thank you so much. we look forward to having you back on "new day." >> thank you. police in st. louis county, missouri released surveillance video that shows a teen pulling a gun from his waistband just before officers shot him. police say he fired on them. the incident happening as protesters mark the anniversary of michael brown's death. ryan is live in ferguson. ryan? >> reporter: a much calmer night. there are rumors around the community whether or not harris has a weapon. police are pointing to the video saying you can clearly see the teen with a gun in his hand.
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there was a conversation with them protesting, throughout the community somebody said there's a sale going on, then something wenlt wrong and guns were pulled and shots fired. on facebook, this is tyrone harris holding up two guns. it connects to the gun in his hands. >> from what i heard, he was with friends and the friends had confrontation. they started shooting at the friend. he just happened to be at the wrong place at the wrong time. >> tyrone, he was shooting back at them. he had a gun. >> reporter: ana, there's been a lot of conversation throughout the community about the violence that happened on sunday. a lot of protesters pushing back saying it had nothing to do with their peaceful protest. the video helps with it.
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there's conversation about whether or not this is tyrone harris. >> ryan young in missouri for us this morning. thank you. turning to mississippi where a young newlywed couple is faces charges for plotting to join isis. we have the latest. pamela? >> good morning, ana. this is a young newlywed couple from mississippi who used their honeymoon as a cover up to go to syria and join isis before being arrested. they were flying from mississippi through the netherlands and on to turkey. the man is 22-year-old muhammad dakhialla and his wife jaelyn young. they began corresponding with undercover fbi agents. this is a daughter of a vicksburg, mississippi police officer and she converted to
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islam. law enforcement officials say. her husband graduated from mississippi state with a psychology degree, the son of a local. in a complaint, one online conversation with young, she boasted about how the two could help isis, saying, quote, i am skilled in math, science, and chemistry. my partner is very good with computer science and media. we learn very fast and would love to hem. in july, he soup prted the shooting that killed four marines. they were denied bail. back to you. >> very concerning, thank you for bringing that to us. a hard landing for a chopper carrying 17 crew members. it was landing on a military ship east of okinawa at the time of the accident. six on board are said to be
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injured. the extent, at this time, is unclear. japan's coast guard received a call around 2:00 a.m. eastern time. abuse allegations in an upstate new york prison where they escaped. they have received more than 60 complaints. they claim officers beat them, placed them in solitary and stripped them of privileges to get information about the escape. they deny the claims and these accusations are all being investigated. >> look at this, a massive sinkhole. the driver was in the car when the road started to cave in. there was a local police attendant that happens to be nearby. the road buckled, following a water main break. there's been a lot of rain in the region. >> donald trump says he whines, all right.
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didn't hurt his lead. a killer instinct that drives him to do everything possible to win. we have an adjunct member from the university. why trump survives, author of "donald trump, master apprentice." good morning. thanks for joining us. >> good morning. glad to be here. >> i want to read an excerpt from your book. donald was his best pupil. it should not be a surprise, you say, that donald trump has sort of this winner takes all killer attitude. >> not at all. he was raised in a family that was very successful. his grandfather was an immigrant to the u.s. went to the klondike mine, set
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up restaurants, his father made a fortune with federal mortgage guarantees under the new deal in the '40s and '50s. donald was on a trajectory to success before he got started. he figured out the new frontier, as it were in the '70s was going to be manhattan, high end real estate and branding. he was early on with celebrity branding and the juggernaut he established with his name. what a lucky name to be named trump. the jugger naught he established with that is what made him a presidential contender now. >> he is different than his father, though, tell us how. >> well, his father was built in the outer burros of the city. a modest guy.
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his father got the value of promotion. he had -- >> unfortunately, we lost gwenda. are you able to hear us? okay, we are having some transmission -- she's back now. go ahead, answer our question. >> i was saying that donald's father got the value of promotion early on. he, himself, was a fairly modest guy. donald jumped right off the phone and off the screen as soon as he got into business himself. >> you talk about your book, the power of positive thinking, it ended up being pivotal in the young man that donald trump was and has played a part in who he is today. >> well, dr. norman vincent, a name people are not familiar with now, wrote a best seller
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book, the power of positive thinking that really encouraged success. said that's god's plan to be successful. he had a practical theology. donald's father was drawn to that. they went to norman vincent church. donald drank that gospel in. >> you know, it's interesting. you are obviously a student of donald trump. when you listen to him, after what gwenda is telling you, you will pick up on so much self-help speak. people call it deflection, but it's his affirmation about himself and why he says things will happen because he thinks they will. it's an interesting insight. gwenda, do we still have you? good. it's interesting to say it, now people hear it. >> absolutely. he is self-confidence personified. someone who can make whining an
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asset. >> why don't we play that soundbyte. we can hear about his take on whine. >> i am a whiner. i'm a whiner and i keep whining until i win. i'm going to win for the country and make the country great again. >> the question is, whether or not he that has right to whine. rand paul saying my kids work at pizza hut. they do minimum wage jobs. is that fair to look at the kids and make that kind of analogy? >> donald, i'm not aware ever worked at pizza hut. he made commercials for pizza hut, again, brand. >> no, his kids. >> rand paul talked about donald's kids saying my kids worked blue collar jobs, minimum wage jobs and his don't. is that fair scrutiny?
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>> donald trump's daughter worked on "celebrity apprentice," not quite the same. he has kids. he has a family. the idea you have kids and a family that support you and you are involved with, that's what people like. >> the question is, can all the personality traits and characteristics make him a world leader? that's what a lot of people are trying to mesh sure now. thanks for joining us. it's been interesting to chat. >> you are going to watch it differently. >> you will listen to donald trump and hear the affirmations. >> he is not the only person in the news this morning from the political realm. hillary clinton handing over her private e-mail server as bernie sanders passes her in the latest poll. john king is going to take a dive into what this means for the campaign on inside politics. hey terry stop! they have a special!
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welcome back to "new day." it is time for inside politics on "new day" with mr. john king.
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#feeltheburn. i don't mean my jet season going up in smoke before it begins but bernie sanders making a push. >> maybe this will be the jets year. >> you don't mean that. >> you never know. it's the year of the unorthodox. i rule nothing out this year. let's go inside politics. here with me to share the reporting, molly and olivia. let's start with six mons later, hillary clinton decides to give the justice department her private e-mail server and a thumb drive with her e-mails on it. remember almost six months ago, she said it will stay private. now she has no choice. the fbi is investigating. now to be clear, she says none of the information was classified at the time. the inspector general said some of it was top secret. where is this going? is it a see, i did nothing wrong or land of the uncertain?
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>> the land of the uncertain. she's unable to put the story to rest. i don't know how she or her people ever thought they would be able to put it to rest without becoming forthcoming given the preoccupation of the republicans with the issue and the investigations. so, maybe this will put it to rest. maybe we'll finally be satisfied she has nothing to hide. the questions are going to continue. the story is going to continue to chip away at her image and to be a distraction with some of the more substantive things she is doing. >> she says the server was wiped. sometimes you can recover things, sometimes you knlt. depends on the level of wipe thag was involved. as we get into this, how much does it help or hurt? secretary of state john kerry says when he writes e-mails, he assumes the russians and chinese are going to read them. >> we are deeply involved in fighting back against this on a daily basis. right now, it's pretty much the
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wild west, so to speak. >> this is the republican argument. if you know it's the wild west and people are trying to read it, why did you have a private e-mail server? maybe it's more secure. why is it that the government is not watching it? >> you have nothing to keep it as an issue because of the questions. when john kerry says that and gets a headline for it, there are downstream effects. if we can't keep the state department server secure or the pentagon secure, this massive hack, doesn't that raise more questions about the personal server. >> if you ask democrats, most say no. at the same time, they say no, this is not an issue. bernie sanders, 44%, hillary clinton, 37%. the first time bernie sanders has been in the lead in new hampshire. can you connect the dots or
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bernie is doing a great job? >> both things. it clearly shows the clinton campaign thinking they can ignore bernie sanders is not going to work. she has to engage him. she has not mentioned him, to my knowledge. she has not acknowledged the tremendous crowd. it's one thing to draw a crowd, they are not votes. now he's competing with her. albeit, just in new hampshire, there are lots of questions about his broader appeal within the party base. she's going to have to deal with the preference of democratic voters for another candidate. >> she's going to have to work hard. >> let's go to the republican polls. two polls out yesterday, post debate, donald trump is in the lead in new hampshire. has he plateaued or dropped a bit? he is in the lead. donald trump 17, walker 12 and rubio 10. there's a predebate poll that had trump also at 17. he's in the lead in iowa but the
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numbers have not gone up. then we go to new hampshire. the boston herald says trump in the lead at 18%, bush 13%. kasich 12%. fiorina, a jump at 9%. we need to wait for the next round to see what's happening here. he is still in the lead. the debates did shake up the fields. >> he stopped talking about the issues. he stopped talking about immigration and focusing on comments about megyn kelly and threats to her. anything that shifts it debate from the core issues that made him popular is bad for trump. a lot of republicans are concerned about the long stretch of the campaign. right now, we have things you say and fund raising. >> a lot of republicans are hungry for the first tests. they think that's where trump will falter. >> last night in michigan, he drew a big crowd. he's insulted a lot of people in the past. last night, he took after bernie
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sanders. h seattle, sanders in 15,000 people. two protesters from black lives matter took to the stage. trump criticized him for handing the microphone. >> i would have never given up the microphone. that was disgusting. it showed weakness. he's getting the biggest crowds and i'm getting the biggest crowds. believe me, that's not going to happen to trump. >> this style is part of his appeal. does it limit his growth? look at the post debate poll? after watching trump in the debate are you more or less comfortable with him as president? 55% less comfortable, 23% more comfortable. the new hampshire poll, 29% don't support his candidacy. if you add up to 29 who don't
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support him. you can win at 18, 19, 22%. but we start losing candidates. is that the ceiling? >> the one thing trump has done here is very sadly read the conditions for the year in republican politics. the fractured field and a base where he's the only one who can consolidate support. none of the other candidates managed to do what he has done, which is draw enough attention to himself and be appealing enough to a small swath of the e welcome trat to come up with 20% or less. it doesn't look like he can move beyond that but doesn't look like anybody else can consolidate the field like he has. cruz and fiorina. in 2012, we had more debates. the republican field got rejuggled after every debate. there's no question republicans watching the debate moved the field around. bush has to be concerned about static or weakening numbers.
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trump has to be thinking about it. >> 2012 was the battle between romney and not romney of the week. i'm not sure we are seeing that same thing. obviously, people who thought bush would be the easy front-runner are getting lesson in this unusual election. i don't know that we are going to know, really, whether trump -- we have always said trump's biggest problem is a lot of republicans. we haven't seen a test of that, yet. again, i want to come back to the point, we haven't seen him tested in the organization. >> this past weekend would have been the iowa straw poll. in the attempt to fix what was wrong with the 2012 cycle, they got rid of the iowa stronghold and reduced the number of debates. if we were operating in that world, in the world of 2012 conditions, thing might look different. >> they may come to regret it was a stunt. the iowa straw poll wasn't an event. the republican party might
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regret knocking it off. it helped win over the field. we might have lost three or four. but, it is what it is. the next cnn debate, 36 days away, i think. we'll see if the big question for me is if fiorina comes into the top ten, who falls out, christie, paul or somebody else? it's fun to watch as the game of chess heading into the next debate. the republicans position themselves for that. >> it is certainly exciting. we are more than a year from the election, which is interesting to see the attention right now. thank you so much, john king. they are anything but a happy couple. this pair from mississippi planned a honeymoon to travel to join isis. what lured them to the fight? we hear from a counterterrorism expert next. i'm on the move all day long... and sometimes, i just don't eat the way i should. so i drink boost® to get the nutrition that i'm missing. boost complete nutritional drink
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a young couple from mississippi is facing federal terrorism charges for trying to go to syria to join isis. federal investigators are planning to pose as honeymooners on a trip to turkey.
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they are newlyweds. the plot was uncovered by agents through social media. they were arrested at the airport, putting their plan into action. phil, these two aren't what we see as the typical recruits. they have a lot going for them. one of them just graduated with a degree in psychology from mississippi state. his wife was a student there. what does this say about isis and their ability to draw just about anybody, it seems? >> i think you have to look at the contrast between what we face with al qaeda after 9/11 and what we face with the islamic state today in 2015. when we are looking at counterterrorism threats around the table 15 years ago, you had to communicate if you were an al qaeda recruit secretly and you weren't traveling to join a state that represents a future for you. it was a terrorist group that
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murdered 3,000 people in new york and washington. think of the contrast today with these kids planning to travel to turkey. it's an organization. remember the use of the word state that represents a geographic area where you can live a true life according to the true faith. for an impressionable youth, i consider them youth, that's an attractive future, if you want to believe there's a way to practice the faith truthfully, that's to travel to syria. that's a compelling argument. >> i want to read the allegations. this exposes the messages they allegedly wrote to undercover fbi agents. jaelyn young writes, i study chemistry and i worked in a lab. my partner is very good with things like computer.
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her husband wrote, do they put me with everyone at basic training? i'm excited about coming, but not sure i will be doing. they don't know what they are going there for, exactly. what does this say about the type of people isis is recruiting? >> you suggested, this isn't a typical profile. in 2015, it is. we have seen it with kids as young as 14, 15 years old. this is isis preying on people who say i'm not there to be on the front lines. i'm not going to be a suicide bomber. i'm there to join a group that gives me the opportunity for a great life. if you are recruiting somebody 18, 19, 22, sure, we have people that speak english. i'll put you on the line with one. you can join them here and live a life that is not dissimilar to what you live at home. the problem is, when you get there, you get your passport
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confiscated, your cell phone is confiscated, you will not speak to your family and you are not going home. this is a profile for a group recruiting among a population like the kids who don't know what they are getting into. >> through this case, we learned fbi agents are working undercover on social media. we are learning about how they are identifying and tracking some of these recruit that is are westerners before they get there. do you think this is the best strategy for intelligence officials in terms of tracking and is there a risk? >> there's a couple risks and strategies to think about here. obviously, you have to look at family and community. we have seen more of that coming forward saying i don't know if my kid or my friend or somebody in my family is joining isis. i know something is different and i want to talk about it. the first with this volume recruiting that isis is doing, the first thing is look at community and family to identify kids z at risk. you talk about this internet program that the fbi runs.
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there are bigger questions here. when is it appropriate for the government to be talking to people on facebook? i think it's an important question we have not resolved yet. we are comfortable because they are going south. what about in a case where the fbi is talking to kids who never intend to travel. in the second issue we have been dealing with in recent months, what is the responsibility of companies like facebook and twitter to police their own space? they don't want to do that. we are going to face questions that are basic. the government can't watch 330 million people online. is it the responsibility of silicon valley to help? i think this raises questions about how you police the internet. >> we will have to leave it there. thanks for your time. >> as chris would say, nice haircut. looks good. >> thank you. >> over to you, chris. >> quite an attractive head he has. hillary clinton is handing over the server. does that end the situation for you or is this just the
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what's up? >> she's definitely acting pregnant. >> reporter: oh boy. or maybe it's a girl at the smithsonian national zoo. is she or isn't she? she was artificially inseminated at the end of april and has been having lots of ultrasound since. they put the wand on her belly while distracting her with treats. but lately she isn't hungry and she's too tired to cooperate with ultrasounds that rarely spot a panda fetus because they're so tiny. this could be what's called a pseudo pregnancy. hormone levels and all the behavioral signs suggest a pregnancy when there isn't one. you don't know until the cub pops out? >> that's it. >> reporter: here's her last birth almost two years ago. if she has a cub, they're going to have to figure out who's the
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daddy. that's because two panda's contributed to her insemination, a panda and china and a panda who lives here at the national zoo. >> he's not bad. he's just inexperienced. this is what really fascinated me. if we have twins, there's the potential the twins could each have a different father. >> zoo keepers are watching to see if she prepared by picking up objects to practice cuddling. >> my favorite is there's a drain cover she picks up and cradles it to practice. . >>reporter: you can see how well that practice paid off. > >> fascinating. ana, you told us yesterday you were expecting. it's a lot easier than having to guess. >> distract her with treats so they could do the ultrasound. >> i don't know if it's the ship
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the server will remain private. >> hillary clinton handing over the private e-mail server. >> it has affected the credibility, how voters view her. >> level of disclosure that is unprecedented. >> what would president trump do? i only care about one thing, making america great again. you are going to love president trump. >> his brand is really toxic for the republican party. >> we do expect him to become the gop. >> i'm a whiner and i keep whining and whining until i win. >> congressional rejection of this deal leaves one option, another war in the middle east. >> the alternative is not war. >> this deal is a good deal. >> it's going to lead to nuclear proliferation. >> this is "new day" with chris cuomo, al sisyn camerota and michaela pereira. >> we do begin with breaking
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news. hillary clinton announcing she's going to turnover that private e-mail server that she used as secretary of state. she's given it to the justice department, something she has resisted for months. >> how is it going to affect clinton's run for office? this as donald trump gets a big reception at his first campaign event after the debate. >> reporter: after five months of say nothing, hillary clinton is finally saying yes. she will surrender her private server in a thumb drive in a part of a justice departent investigation into how classified information was handled and whether it was kept secure. this marks a major change for clinton, who has maintained the server contains only personal e-mails. let's take a listen. >> i have no doubt that we've
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done exact lly what we should he done. i think we have more than met the requests from the state department. the server contains personal communications from my husband and me. and i believe i have met all of my responsibilities and the server will remain private. >> reporter: but so much has changed since then. the justice and congressional investigations into the e-mails have expanded. now, republicans have been asking for access to this server for months. house speaker john boehner said in a statement in morning, it's about time. secretary clinton's previous statements that she possessed no classified information were patently untrue. perhaps even more important here, this morning we're also learning the inspector general for the u.s. intelligence community told members of congress that top secret information was contained in at least two e-mails. top secret is the highest level
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of classification. clinton has maintained no classified information was in her e-mails. all of this has taken a toll on her campaign, particularly her trust and credibility with voters. a new poll in new hampshire has bernie sanders leading by seven points. now as the e-mail server is turned over, the question is whether there is anything on it and whether anything will put this controversy to rest with so many investigations still ongoing. donald trump meanwhile back on the campaign trail and back on the attack, the gop front runner with choice words for his republican and democratic rivals. cnn political reporter sarah murray is live with that report. >> reporter: donald trump is still on top and despite these controversies, these fights with
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megyn kelly, it just does not seem to be hurting him, at least here in michigan. let's take a look. >> announcer: our next president of the united states, donald trump. >> reporter: a raucus crowd. >> we'll have funny way. >> reporter: for donald trump it was another day on top of the polls. trump taking the lead in iowa, drawing 17% support in a new suffolk university poll, five points ahead of his nearest rival, scott walker. in new hampshire trump once again ahead of the pack, leading jeb bush by five points in the latest poll. >> what would jeb bush do? he'd probably say this is not a good thing. and if he ever said it strongly, which he wouldn't because there's no energy there, no energy. we need energy.
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we need tone. you know tone? >> reporter: so far trump's latest controversy appearing to leave him unscathed. here in michigan his latest feud with fox anchor megyn kelly a nonissue. >> i'm a professional woman. i'm a physician. and i believe that trump will be very fair with women be. >> i think people should thicken up their skin a little bit. >> reporter: trump is still offering reassurances that he can win over women. >> i cherish women and i will be great on women's health issues, believe me. >> reporter: telling cnn's chris cuomo he has the record to prove it. >> i have many women executives. when i was back in the destruction days i had women in charge of big development. >> do you pay them what you pay the men? >> yes, i do. absolutely. >> because that's what it comes
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down to. >> yeah, it is. >> it's not everybody's equal, it's equal when you deserve it. >> in many cases i pay the women more. i have women that get paid a lot of money. >> reporter: now, i just asked the trump campaign again if they were going to put out any more details about how he has compensated women versus men at the trump organization. once again they punted, saying details will be coming. we'll have to keep an eye out for more of those hopefully in the next couple weeks. >> you can always argue it's too early for policy. but for proof, it's not too early. let's go through this with mr. jeffrey lord and cnn political commentator and jeb bush supporter ana navarro. it's good to have both of you. let's take a look at the numbers, shall we? when we look at iowa republican
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voters, after the debate something said trump did amazing. i think it was him, but others echoed it. 55% less comfortable, 23% more comfortable, 18% no difference. what did you see and what do you like and not like? >> you know, frankly, chris, i think it's way too early for this kind of thing. if this poll were, say, in january, this would be a very different thing. i mean, all kinds of things are going to happen. there's a cnn debate that's next month. this story is going to change and the numbers will change to reflect it many, many times over. frankly, i don't make too much of it. >> jeffrey has my head spinning and he has ronald reagan sitting over his right-hand shoulder. ana, i must go through more numbers with you.
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you have in trubio 23% and bush. what do you see in the vague e of this debate? >> i think marco had a very good debate. he stood out. he had good moments, humor, soaring rhetoric. i wasn't surprised by that. anybody who knows marco rubio know that he is one of the best political skilled people that we have today. he has incredible retail politics skill. he is an able orator and debater. >> carly fiorina, let's look at her numbers.
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favorability among likely iowa republican voters, favorable 70, unfavorable, eight, never heard of her, 15. your take, ana? >> she was in the under card debate, the kids table debate. but she shows that even being in that debate you could shine and it could make a huge difference. she had tremendous room to grow, right? she had practically no name id and there was no expectations on her. when she hit it out of the ballpark, it's made a huge difference. >> who's the bigger and better business person in this race, jeffrey, donald trump or carly fiorina? >> i would have to say -- i mean, donald built a company. carly was a hired hand, basically. and there's a difference. >> all right. >> chris, one thing i noticed last night with all that
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exuberant crowd, i was on with someone from senator cruz's audience who is from that area and she described that area and audience filled with a lot of blue cal lollar union types, democrats potentially. i worried we're moving from reagan democrats to trump democrats. >> did that idea just come across on e-mail from donald trump himself? is that the sound i just heard there? >> no. actually, chris, i thought of that all on my own. >> is he telling you what to hit me with? >> no. >> i will tell you that if i was a democrat, i'd be figuring out where to run. because his idea that the front runner is having to hand in her server to federal investigators would have me pressing the panic button. it's a constant drip drip drip that's been going on for six
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months. it's time to call joe the plumber to fix the drip. and joe the plumber is joe biden. >> you thought about that in advance. you hit it very hard. >> they need plan b. >> do you agree this is something that won't go away? >> yes. you know, i went back and took a look at the whole whitewater deal. there was a great book, they talk about how close hillary clinton came to being diindicte in that. here we are again. i think this goes to a persona and a perpetual problem hillary clinton has. i think ana is right, a lot of these donors are starting to look at joe biden and maybe make a phone call or two. >> i worked with one of the best investigative reporters. and he always talked about the white house investigation and the billing records that disappeared and reappeared.
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you think this smacks of that and it may be a permanent stain? >> i think it's familiar to all voters. we all remember all the ethics questions and scandals and investigations. i actually think it probably sounds familiar to the clintons. nobody knows better than they do that investigations can lead to very embarrassing and difficult revelations to deal with. and the timing of this revelation and her having to hand over the server to the department of justice, i think it's not a coincidence. it also happens to be the week when joe biden is with his family on a family vacation, supposedly mulling over the question. so i suspect joe biden is following this very closely and that something like this would have an influence on the ultimate decision that he makes. run, joe, run. they need a plan b. >> that's a good insight also.
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ana navarro, thank you so much. jeffrey lord, if you speak to the trump campaign, put that idea about putting out the proof of what he pays women in his organization. that would be a very powerful demonstration of his commitment, jeffrey. >> yes, sir. we'll be talking more about donald and what he means in this race and whether he'll have staying power about senator claire mccasskill. a video they say shows a teen pulling a gun from his waistband just before officers shoo shoots him. this incident happening near protests that marked the anniversary of michael brown's death in ferguson. >> reporter: a lot of people are happy this video is out. because there are some questions
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about what exactly happened before that shooting. dramatic surveillance video released by police shows people scattering after gunshots rang out in ferguson late sunday. look closely. you can see what police say is 18-year-old tyrone harris grabbing a gun out of his waistband moments before being shot by police. the teenager, critically wounded. police say he drew his weapon first, shooting a remarkable amount of rounds. from this angle you can see harris running across the parking lot. the individual identified by police as harris crosses behind the darker colored suv. you can see what appear to be muzzle flashes coming from that area. >> he was shooting back at them. he had a gun. the police shot back at him. >> reporter: the hood and windshield of unmarked police vehicles peppered with bullets . >> we've got to wait until the
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ballistics get back. if we find out that's the same gun, then we've got pretty much an open and closed case. >> reporter: police releasing a video to refute claims the teen was not armed. >> i don't think that video is dispositive proof that harris shot at those cops. given the tension, given the distrust in that community, i think the community is going to want more evidence before they conclude that harris, in fact, did shoot at the cops. >> reporter: there are actually reports throughout the neighborhood that this was actually a dispute over a television, the price of a television. and then those shots were fired. over the next few days it will be interesting to see what else comes out in this investigation. this morning officials are look into allegations of abuse at the very same prison in upstate new york where two murderers escaped.
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more than 60 complaints filed by inmates claiming severe physical abuse by guards after those killers broke out of jail. >> reporter: that's right. 60 complaints against these officers at the clinton correctional facility. they say the officers unleashed their frustrations against them after the escapes of richard matt and david sweat. they used brutal tactics to try to gain information about how these inmates got out of the prison. inmates say they were physically abused, placed in solitary confinement and stripped of privileges. many say they were transferred out of the prison without due process. one of the inmates giving this account to the "new york times," saying, quote, an officer jumps and grabs me by my throat, lifts me out of my chair, slams my
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head into the wall. then he starts punching me in the face. one officer pointed to a plastic bag hanging on some pipes and saying, do you know what waterboarding is? meantime, the department of corrections indicated they want a full investigation, saying in part, quote, any findings of misconduct or abuse against inmates will be punished to the full extent of the law. cnn is still working to independently confirm some of these claims from the inmates, very strong allegations against these officers. breaking overnight, a hard landing for a u.s. military chopper with 17 crew members aboard 20 miales east of okinaw japan. the extent, however, unclear. japan's coast guard got a rescue request from a u.s. marine corps camp in okinawa. we'll stay on it.
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visit israel to hear that country's concerns about the deal. joining me now is a democrat who just returned from israel. good morning to you, congressman. >> good morning. >> we'll talk about your trip to israel in a moment. but what was it that made you decide to accept this deal and believe that iran is going to abide by the terms? >> this was not an easy decision. it took a lot of time. i had a lot of conversations with the administration, with national security experts, with people in the military that i trust. at the end of the day, i think that the deal is imperfect, but it's the best option we have on the table today to prevent iran from getting a nuclear weapon. and that is an incredibly important goal. >> i think it will please people that it was a struggle to come to a decision, that you were thoughtful about making it. you recently returned from israel. you met with the president there and the prime minister. they have concerns that this
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deal will put israel in grave danger. what do you say? did any of your conversations thoughts?e leaders temper your >> well, actually, they have very legitimate concerns. we all have concerns. iran is an enemy of the united states and an enemy of israel. this deal does not change that. but you have to be willing to negotiate even with your adversaries. while the deal is imperfect, it puts us in a better position than any of the alternative on the table. there are really two alternatives. either we go to war immediately with iran or we try to impose new sanctions and negotiate a better deal. some of the sanctions if not all will fall apart if we reject this deal. no one offered an alternative for how you would negotiate a better deal with less leverage, with fewer sanctions. i returned from the trip sharing
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the concerns of the israels and feeling very strongly that we have to reaffirm our partnership with them and stand up against rain and its terrorist activities and other nefarious things it does to america and our allies across the globe. but i'm reconfirmed that this deal is the best option we have on the table right now today to prevent them from acquiringe ii nuclear weapon. >> so you are affirming that the deal is less than perfect, but you agree that we have to be able to work with those players in the middle east, israel paramoupai paramount among them. >> several of the leaders you know in private conversations emphasized that they want to work with us to strengthen our relationship. in some ways it's in their interests to oppose the deal right now, because it puts the pressure on the u.s. and allies to reaffirm that partnership, to
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make sure we're committed to providing them the military and economic support they need to protect their borders. what we need to do is talk about how we repair and advance that partnership going forward. that was actually my question both to the prime minister and to the president of israel. i said, what can we do in america after we move past this deal, after we affirm it, to restore, renew and advance our historic partnership? >> i know your colleague in the senate chuck schumer is opposed to the deal. he believes using sanctions is a better route. i want to play this ad that was released and get your reaction. >> i was blown up by an iranian bomb. it cut me in the half from the left corner of my temple down through my jaw. it took my gunner's legs off.
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every politician who's involved in this will be held accountable. they will have blood on their hands. a vote for this deal means more money for iranian terrorism. what do you think they're going to do when they get more money? >> congressman, you too are a veteran. you served the four tours in iraq. what do you say to your fellow veterans like the man we just heard that says anybody that's been a target of iran cannot trust iran? >> first of all, i respect that veteran's service. he's obviously made incredible sacrifices for his country. i fought in iraq and i actually fought in the southern part of iraq that was infiltrated by iranians. what i would say to him is what do you propose as an alternative? if you actually believe that we need to go to war with iran, signing this deal actually gives us a stronger case to go to war, one, because it gives us a
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stronger case internationally and domestically if we have to take a vote in congress. and two, it gives us far more intelligence about iran than we have today because of the inspections regime. this deal is not about trusting iran. i don't think we should ever trust iran. this is about verification. and i asked a lot of tough questions both in a classified and unclassified setting to understand exactly how we're going to verify that iran complies with this deal. and over time i became confident that we have the measures in place to do so, to make sure all of their pathways to a bomb are shut off. this is not about trust. this is about verification. make no mistake we are dealing with an enemy here and we can never forget that. >> there will be people that woep won't agree with you, but i think they have to appreciate that it took a great deal of thought and exploration and asking tough questions to all
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involved. >> interesting take there on how signing this deal could embolden a case for iran. donald trump is telling us on "new day" that he'll be, quote, so good to women. but do females buy that? we have missouri democratic senator here. she has a very interesting life to tell you about that she's still living to the fullest. we'll get her take. if your purse is starting to look more like a tissue box... you may be muddling through allergies. try zyrtec® for powerful allergy relief. and zyrtec® is different than claritin®. because it starts working faster on the first day you take it. zyrtec®. muddle no more™ .
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. here we go with the five things to know. number one, hillary clinton informing the justice department that she will turnover her server that she used as secretary of state. the lack of specifics isn't slowing him down the polling shows him leading the republican field in iowa and new hampshire. a mississippi couple charged with allegedly plotting to join isis. their alleged plan unravelled after they spoke online about linking up with the terrorists in syria to under cover fbi agents. police releasing video they
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say shows 18-year-old tyrone harris pulling a gun from his waistband before they shot him on the anniversary of michael brown's death. abuse allegations at the upstate new york prison where two murders escaped. inmates claiming severe physical abuse at the hands of guards after the killers broke free. for more on the five things visit cnn.com for the lathest. donald trump says he will be the best candidate for women. will he be able to sway women in a race with, say, hillary clinton. we have powerful perspective coming from you in the form of this senator, missouri senator claire mccaskill is here. she's going to take on the issues of the day and she has a heck of a book to tell us about. so ♪ [whirring drones] ♪ no sudden movements. ♪ [screaming panic]
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. i've always been good to women and nobody will be better to women as a president, because i'll take care -- when i talk about health issues, i will take care of women like nobody else can. i will be so good to women. i cherish women.
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i will be so good to women. i will work hard to protect women. >> are you a woman or do you know someone who knows one? well, if so, you just heard by front runner of the gop donald trump says he is for you. women's issues will likely be at the forefront of the 2016 presidential election. is that true? is that fair? let's discuss. democratic senator from missouri claire mccakacaskill has a new out. >> it's not a book of somebody who's running for president. i tell way too much. >> my first question is this, too soon, too soon. you're in your second term as a senator. you're still living life at the fullest. why now? >> in the 2012 election i was the one running against the guy
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who said legitimate rape, pregnancy couldn't happen, we have a magic rouuterus. >> i wanted to tell the story of that election. and the people who bought the book said, no, i think you ought to tell 30 years of what you've kind of maneuvered around in an effort to make women feel comfortable with their ambition and strategy. >> ambition and strategy, because you need to be strategic. what would we call it, one of the biases against women would be that they don't think strategically enough. >> strategy involves high risk. when i was young i was told i wasn't lady like because i talked too much. >> did they call you motor mouth?
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>> motor mouth mccaskill. a teacher told me boys weren't going to like me because i talked too much. >> what did they tell you when you wanted to run for office? >> the go get a husband. and he slammed the door. i'm really trying to -- and todd said i wasn't lady like in my debate. that's why it's called plenty ladylike. and being candid about my personal life and the problems i've encounters on a personal basis, that maybe it would inspire a few women. i hope. >> it's a good read. your party, hillary clinton, could make history if she's the nominee. she'd be the first woman if she were to become president. this e-mail thing, turning over the server, some people in your party and a lot of people in the other party say, no, it's just
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the beginning. how big a problem? >> a lot of people with going to attack hillary clinton. she is showing enormous strength i think in the face of incoming from everyone. i think that she is weathering it well. i think the fact that she's turning all this over is a good thing. and i do think that there is a lot of smoke being done this way by the republicans, but there's no fire. >> top secret e-mails on there. they want the server. >> i don't know about top secret. there are some they are now saying are classified at the time she in fact looked at those e-mails, that information was not classified. a lot of it is in the deals of legality that have gotten glossed over to make her look bad. it's a technical classification. i think once everyone sees what is there and what isn't there, it will reassure them that she was not only a good secretary of state, that she handled herself
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appropriately. >> isn't it true that you find yourself oddly drawn to the appeal of donald trump as a candidate because he talks about all women as a group. you all like being lumped in because you want the exact same thing. true? >> the only thing i agree with is he's odd. this is a very odd guy. >> top of the polls, resonating with people. >> he has not yet said anything of substance. i'm going to take care of the women that's it? well, great. >> he cherishes them. he says he pays women in his company as much or more than men. he says he will prove it. >> time will tell. so far he has not shown anything other than bluff or bluster. >> why is he so high? >> people are aggravated at the government right now on both sides. there's a lot of people going, really? you guys can't get anything done. all you do is fight. this is a billionaire that
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doesn't need the money. or bernie, who is railing against the money every day, i think there is a huge amount of cynicism and frustration with the government writ large. and i get that. >> are you feeling the bern at all? >> listen, i love bernie. >> his policies are having polarizi polarizing. certainly within your party a big test is how far will hillary clinton have to move to the left to match the momentum. this is not donald trump skroudskroudcrowds. these are tens of thousands of people. >> many of the things bernie is talking about we agree on. hillary clinton agrees with him, i agree with him. bernie takes it to a different level in terms of his vision for this country. we want an america where you don't get paid the same as everyone else, where there is a chance to get ahead. i think capitalism is an
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important part of our national ethos. she's strong and smart. i admire her for putting herself out there. i think she accomplished things in the private sector and she certainly is a woman that can be admired for her strength. but i don't agree with her on anything and i don't think hillary clinton agrees with her on anything, other than the fact it's important to hear women's voices. >> will we learn anything about you that we didn't know from this book? >> absolutely. i think that more young women that hear that, the better we're going to have off in this society, because more women are going to strive for higher things. i hope fathers buy it for their daughters.
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>> more strong women we have, the better off we are. >> i think so. thank you for having me. the donald trump presidential campaign has been untraditional to say the least. it's been a unique mix of politics, intentertainment and course controversy. media circus unlike anything you've seen before. what's the appeal?
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i know it makes great tv. i think the guy went way overboard, offensive, outrageous, pick your adjective. >> that's hillary clinton on donald trump's now infamous remarks about fox news anchor
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megyn kelly. trump's surge in the polls has continued and he's still the target of all the other candidates on the subject of intention media coverage. let's talk it over with a couple of guys who offer unique perspective because they know trump well from his entertainment past. bill carter is a tv critic and the author of several books on the television industry. thanks to both of you for joining us and being part of this conversation. curious to hear your thoughts. let's take a look at this new poll out of iowa where trump is now leading for the first time. and this is after his controversial remarks in the debate about megyn kelly, the ongoing battle that we've heard and all these other people criticizing him. and yet he's still drawing all the attention. is he in some ways sucking all the oxygen out from the other
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candidates? or is he breathing life into the debate? >> i think he's doing both. he provides all the television networks with what they need. he gives them information. at the same time i'm not sure they're taking him seriously enough. i think there needs to be more detail about this guy wlr, whet it's his businesses or his past. treat him like a real candidate and not just like a circus act. you'll have him all over the television but then you don't want to take him seriously and think he's going to fade away. >> you over written a lot about the apprentice and the longevity he's had. this is a passing fad that's going to come and go. what do you think? >> look, he's proved that that sort of expectation is wrong.
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he's sustaining this for much longer than most people thought. most of the predictions about him have been way off base because they're not getting at what the appeal is. they need to examine who are the people he's speaking to. they're clearly reacting to him. they don't never mind he's on the attack all the time. there is some anger in the republican base and shehe's tapg into it. the media has to really look at that, who is that group and why they're responding that way. >> bill is absolutely right. there needs to be real, on the ground, reporting about this. i think that's absolutely just kind of shoe leather reporting that needs to be done here, instead of people pontificating about how it's all unpleasant and isn't he a clown. there are people out there who are taking him seriously now. what's important is that reporters need to go out there
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and do their jobs and figure out what he's tapping into. >> i think that's what we've been doing. we've been trying to get to the bottom of who is trump and what are the policies. >> i disagree a little bit. i think the coverage ends up being whether or not the comment about blood was really about menstrual cycles. the people who go to these rallies, what are they going for? what is he tapping into? is it just amusement? is it deeper than that? if it's deeper, how long will it last? i think that's what political reporting on the ground needs to -- when he calls up here, you're going to put him on, understandably. and you should. there's always been reporting politically independent of what a candidate says. >> you talk about his treatment
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by the media and some have argued that he gets special coverage in some way because of his relationships with tv network execs. for example, he's always calling in as opposed to showing up and being on camera. >> is there anyone who calls into more shows than donald trump? >> joining me on the phone is the man at the center of it all, donald trump. >> i'm joined now on the phone from new york by donald trump. >> on the phone, donald trump. >> donald trump on the phone. >> donald trump joins us by phone. >> donald trump joins us on the phone. >> we have a phone call from somebody. let me see who it is on the phone. >> good morning, darling. >> of course that was seth meyers poking a little fun at the media. the truth of the matter is he is on the phone a lot of times. do you think he's treated differently than other candidates? >> he's using his celebrity
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effectively. he's driving rates. if he gets on the phone, it is like access to him. he can't be on tv across the board, but he can be on the phone across the board. it's pretty effective. right now the media wants to hear what he has so say because there's great interest in it. it's an effective thing to do. it's always superficial. you don't get much by way of phone conversation. he's in control of the narrative by doing that and that's what he wants to do. >> he avoids the face to face interaction i suppose. >> of course. he's on the attack most of the time. and right now people who are going after him are getting such blowback that it's going to -- i believe there's going to be less attack on him now because of what happened with megyn kelly. she went after him and got tons of praise for it and then she got this huge blowback.
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