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no shortage of one hp liners let's say last night. >> good to be with you this sunday morning. there is a lot to talk about from last night's gop debate of course but we also have following developing news this morning. >> out o north korea they fired a long range rocket overnight angering the u.s. and many in that region. >> we'll go live to seoul in a moment but first let's go out to john berman in manchester new hampshire for all the details and the debate. the countdown just two days until the new hampshire primary. good morning. >> good morning to you guys. yeah just two days before the voting here. it feels like there's been a campaign reset and for marco rubio that might not feel so nice. that's because his time on that stage last night was not so nice. mostly at the hands of new
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jersey governor chris christie. >> the fact is marco you shouldn't compare yourself to joe biden and you shouldn't say that's what we're doing. you have not been involved in a consequenceal decision wruf had to be held accountable. you simply haven't. difference between a governor who has to be responsible for problems and not answering a question. the question was did he fight for his legislation it's abundantly clear he did. i like marco rubio. but he simply doesn't have the experience -- >> let's dispel with the fiction that barack obama doesn't know what he's doing. he knows exactly what he's doing. >> the incorrect and incomplete information and then the memorized 25 second speech that is exactly what his advisors game. >> your state got hit by a massive snow storm weeks ago. you can't even want to go. >> -- my entire life.
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>> he didn't want to go back. >> i went back so -- wait a second. is now one of the skills you get as an united states senator esp also. >> wow. all three governor, chris christie, john kasich, jeb bush they all had a bigger presence. and jeb bush wielded a bigger stick, which he swung at donald trump, getting the crowd on his side over the attempted use of eminent domain in energize casinos. >> a lot of times you will have -- >> how tough is it to take property from an elderly woman? how tough is it -- >> a lot of times. >> the crowd had a clear favorite there. let's go to phil mattingly with more. >> chris christie started this week just about four miles down
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the road here swiping at marco rubio. turns out that was just kind of an opening act and others were more than happy to get into the game. >> guard senator marco rubio. >> a pile up at the entrance. >> former florida governor jeb bush. >> or pile on among the candidates. took all of ten minutes for the rally to show through. marco rubio is the target. a target for chris christie eager to prove he has the experience and he doesn't. >> the shame that you would actually show up to work when you have never been responsible for that in your entire life. >> he didn't want to go back. >> you didn't want to go back, chris. >> wait a second. is now one of the skills you get as united states senator esp
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also? >> let's be clear. marco rubio is a gifted, gifted politician. and he may have the skills to be a president of the united states but we've tried it the old way can barack obama with soaring elegance and we didn't get a leader. >> rising in the polls after a stronger than expected finish in iowa. >> i got mentioned can i -- >> rubio attempting to turn back the criticism of experience and comparisons to president obama like this. >> -- barack obama doesn't know what he's doing. he knows exactly what he's doing. he is trying to change this count country. >> rubio using that line several times and christie turning it against -- barack obama knows what he's doing is just not true. >> there it is. the memorized 20 second speech. there it is everybody. >> and trump's first time on a debate stage since he skipped his time in iowa on defense over
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imminent domain in his business career. >> what donald trump did was use eminent domain to take the property of a elderly woman on the strip in new york city. -- >> jeb wants to be a tough guy tonight i didn't take the property. >> you tried. and the woman lost in court. >> the woman ultimately didn't want to -- >> to turn this into a limousine parking lot for his casinos is not public use. >> seeming to frustrate the candidate. >> taking property from an elderly woman. >> let me talk. quiet. >> how tough is it? >> a lot of times -- that's all of his donors and special interests out there. [ boos ] what's what it is. >> the debate marking a crucial
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point for last stands of the campaign, each pinning hopes on a strong finish tuesday night. >> i have to say after being here every would have been my town hall meetings in new hampshire were a lot more fun than what i saw here today. so much more positive. >> ben carson perceived dirty tactics in the state. >> when i trance pierd i apologize toem him now. and i do so now. ben i'm sorry. >> and --. >> john i think we can expect that over the days to come. first and foremost, why this debate matter sod much. three days from the primary but as many as 30% of voters still haven't made up their mind. candidates still have time to work and time to swing votes. another note, rubio's campaign
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quickly coming out after the debate, out thing fundraising numbers saying they raised three times as much in the debate last night as they had in any debate prior. no question marco rubio was rattled at least more so than we've seen up to this point. >> thanks so much. want to bring inmarkpreston the executive editor for cnn politics. and a lot of people are asking, we watched these debates before. marco rubio was so smooth. what happens last night. >> he got the new jersey treatment from chris christie who just was relentless on marco rubio calling into the question his executive experience, the fact that he is a u.s. senator and doesn't make any decisions. one of the most interesting
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lines and there were very many of them saying, you know, a senator wakes up every morning wondering what 30 second speechky give. a governor wakes up and have to do something. >> you know as the politician the one thing you want to avoid is playing into whatever negative stereotypes exist of you. and for marco rubio the yod that he's robotics, rehearsed. let's listen here. >> let's dispel with the fiction that barack obama doesn't know what he's doing. he knows what he's doing. he's trying to change the country. the notion that barack obama is trying to change the country isn't true. >> there it is everybody. the speech. >> in it is. there it is. you heard christie say it. it was almost as the rubio walked right into it.
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>> he did. and marco rubio used that line last night four times. chris christie set up this narrative and marco rubio walked into the trap with this very awkward phrase about barack obama and it not being a game. and i think what e saw last night is chris christie may not make it out of new hampshire. i think bush and kasich did extremely well. few if it is a republican president you will see chris christie be the attorney general. he firmed his way up and was the lead blocker for everybody else last night and maybe knocked marco rubio down to fourth or fifth place. >> he's not getting invited to the rubio super bowl party today. >> right. >> ben, in a multi candidate field, candidate a goes after b it doesn't necessarily help candidate a. sometimes it helps candidate c, if you know what i'm saying
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here. so this morning who do you think benefitted most from the debate? >> i think donald trump certainly benefit. i think ted cruz benefitted. neither of them were the center of attention. neither got beat up. rubio really did. and chris christie had a night where it was very memorable. the only downside on everybody for the stage is when donald trump showed up for the debate i think they should have made him the center of the attack. not necessarily the attention but the attack. and they didn't do that last night can which only helps him after the bad showing in iowa. and rubio is now going to be fighting again to get in that fourth place, maybe even fifth place and that was probably the boris night for him debate iez since the beginning. and christ christie did an unbelievable job last night really defining him as the
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senator that's really good at memorizing things. and it's up for the voters to decide but it was a solid performance by christie. >> and everyone, remember, 30% at least of the voters here in new hampshire don't decide until the last minute. really so much up for grabs here. stick around because we have some news. thank you so much guys. that news is breaking news. a major announcement for cnn. a brand new debate coming your way hosted by us mark preston, the man who made it happen. >> there's been so much attention on flint, michigan. a community that's been rocked by toxic water. cnn will be in flint, michigan on march 6th now to host a presidential debate. this is something both candidates had asked for to go there and take their message there. cnn will host that debate march
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6th, flint, michigan. >> two days before the michigan race for the democrats. >> as well as mississippi as well. >> and to be clear hillary clinton is actually going to flint, michigan today, correct. >> in a few hours to meet with community leaders and to talk about the crisis. >> and it is a place and area that matters not just in michigan and it is good there is focus on that state and in the voters for that state. but also minority voters, disproportionately affected. >> absolutely. and i believe it is 57% african american. i believe 40% of the folks in that city are below the poverty line. so it really is indicative of even broader issues. >> and the dnc sanctioning the debate. all of a sudden allowing more debates than they originally planned. ted cruz, he blamed cnn for
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his campaign mishap in iowa regarding ben carson. i don't know if mishap is the right word for his campaign shenanigans there. he made some false claims on the debate stage last night. we'll show you why. a developing story this morning. north korea launches a long range rocket changes off a chain reaction of backlash. >> and live from new york, bernie sanders with larry david on sarnd night live. accommodate ensued. >> who are you? i am bernie sanders witsky but we're going change it when we get to america so it doesn't sound quite so jewish. i swear i saw it swallow seven people. seven. i just wish one of those people could have been mrs. johnson. [dog bark] trust me, we're dealing with a higher intelligence here.
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tom foreman explains. >> at absolutely no time has cnn reported that ben carson is dropping out of this presidential race. not on air, not online. not anywhere. and yet around the iowa caucuses the cruz campaign suggested just that and blamed it on cnn. he did it again in the debate. >> they didn't correct that story until 9:15 that night. from 6:15 until 9:30, that is what cnn is reporting. >> and that is an outright lie. let's explain what really happened. before the caucuses began our
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chris christie tweeted ben carson will likely speak --. then he added carson will head home for r and r and then he said ben carson's campaign tells me he plans to stay in the race beyond iowa no matter what the results are tonight. all of that, three tweets in less than two minutes. more than 15 minutes before the caucuses opened in iowa. and 45 minutes after this, he hit it again by saying folks, ben carson is just making a brief stop at home in florida tonight. and campaign says he'll be back on the campaign trail by wednesday. even if that is what cruz is talking about this is well before 9:00. yes our campaign staff talked about these tweets because they are unusual. they noted that it would be strange for any presidential candidate to not go directly to
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new hampshire. but in no way, shape or form did they say ben carson was dropping out. that was an assumption made by cruz's campaign and something we've gone over with the campaign looking at the timeline. they have been called out for the dishonest handling of it by many media outlets. so for the candidate to stand on the stage and say it again, it is false. it was false from the get go and it remains false. you can find out a whole lot more about our reality czech chy going to cnn.com/reality check. >> here is cnn cartoonist captured the moment last night. back to you in atlanta. >> we're going to talk about this developing story we're
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new this morning, north korea has launched a long range rocket claiming it is carrying a
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satellite for, quote, peaceful scientific purpose but the u.s. and other countries are denoun e denouncing the launch. >> this is the second time in over a month the dprk has conducted a major provocation threatening the security of the region and the united states. cnn's paula upon chancocks is l seoul. >> the launch happened at 9:00 a.m. pyongyang time. they say it took 9 minutes and 46 seconds if for satellite to reach report. as far as they are concerned it is working perfectly and they say they will launch many more. the question is did they launch a satellite? the defense minister says he
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believes it appears to have a reached orbit but they county know if it is functioning as it should. and also are hearing about the the timing of this launch which is very interesting. the intelligence agencies here in south korea briefing lawmakers who in turn briefed us saying this is choreographed to be the before the lunar new year and also before the super bowl in the u.s. and wanted to make sure it was good weather conditions as well. they say they wanted to maximize the international attention. so a very interesting perspective will. but as you can imagine the international condemnation has come flooding in saying it is a challenge to world peace. and the japanese prime minister saying it is totally unacceptable. and even china one of north korea's very much few allies saying that it regrets that this has happened. >> and the fear is that this is a front for their ballistic
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missile program and getting to the point of carrying a nuclear weapon. is there any indication of how close north korea is to m miniaturizing a nuclear war head. >> nobody knows for sure. this is not a transparent country. it is very difficult to find out exactly what their capabilities are. there are some who believe they are a couple of years ago but other whose believe they may have the capability now. what we doe know is that a rocket used to launch a satellite into space is essentially the same as a rocket you can put a nuclear war head on and this is seen by so many as just an intercontinental ballistic missile test. >> thank you so much. >> and still to come bernie sanders trying to appeal to young voters ahead of new hampshire's primary. and what's the best way to do
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john berman here in manchester new hampshire. we are just two days away from the first in the nation primary. we are one morning after a very eventful debate in nn. we talked aboutew hampshire. we talked about donald trump also came under attack from jeb bush on an issue that matters, eminent domain. listen. >> what donald trump did was use eminent domain to try to take the property of an elderly woman on the strip in new york city. that is downright wrong. and here is problem. the problem. >> all right -- >> -- it was to tear down --
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>> he wants to be a tough. >> it was to tear down a elderly woman's property. >> and the woman ultimately did not want too do that? i walked away. >> and that is not true. >> joining me now. mark people noticed a few things last night. explain why the issue of eminent domain matters to voters. >> eminent domain basically means if you are a conservative t federal government coming in and taking your property. very basic, very simple. this is an issue going up here in new hampshire up around the northern pass. it's caused a lot of people to be passionate about it. and the whole idea of live free
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or die that. means something here. so for conservatives dog whistle for big government coming in and taking our property. >> in iowa it was identified as what could be the weakest issue. and jeb bush, do you think he got what he wanted out of that exchange, ben? >> i do. i think other candidates stepped up and also used it to their advantage. it's simple issue. should the government be table to take your private property and force you to accept it for another private entity. if you look at what trump was doing? he was building a casino. taking private property for a private casino to be built. and that is not a conservative value. and i think this is his probably biggest vulnerability on the campaign. and if you sell that to conservative concerned republican freedom voters.
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that is something that can hurt trump. because he was building a casino. trying to use the federal government to strong arm people and force them to selling their property. i think others should also have stood up to that. it is one thing to use eminent domain for roads and highways and things like that, that truly are going help the majority of people. but most voters are just not going to think that is the right thi thing to do. >> i want to turn to the democrats and today is an interesting day because hillary clinton leaves new hampshire to go to flint, michigan. i should note cnn just announced we're hosting a debate on march 6th in flint.
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tell us why she's planning to do with there trip. >> i think she's here -- i know she's here this morning in new hampshire and then priveting to go to flint. but flint you can outline larger issues. flint is about down the road. it is about south carolina and the march 1st tuesday state. and she's beginning to lay out a platform where she's speaking directly to minority voters, where she still have the advantage. just in south carolina this week yesterday chels clint was in south carolina. on wednesday bill clinton was in south carolina. one thing we do know is that bernie sanders cannot lose new hampshire. so we doesn't have the leeway to pop in and pop out of the state. we also remember that this time in 2008 hillary clinton was down nine points to a young man named
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barack obama and actually pulled off the upset. i believe her polls have her down today. we'll see if she has a shot. >> reacting to that republican debate last night but there was other action overnight. democrat bernie sanders was on a stage of his own. saturday night live. and he appeared beside, well bernie sanders. larry david. this is a sketch that found the two on the titanic. watch. >> hold on. old on. wait a second. [ cheers and applause ] i am so sick of the 1% getting this preferential treatment
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[ applause ] enough is enough. we need to unite and work together if we're all going to get therough this. >> sounds like socialism to me. >> democratic socialism. >> what's the difference? >> yuuge difference. >> what's the difference? >> hoouj huge. >> that will trick him. >> hold on everyone. ive got great news. what we crashed into was liberty island. we're in new york. everyone off the boat. >> look at that. >> oh my, not bad. >> share a cab? >> eh, i think we've talked
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enough. >> all right i'm joined again by mark preston and bakari sellers. you can't buy that kind of publicity if you are bernie sanders. >> no you can't. and certainly we never knew he had this side of him. he did a folk album. did a movie and can carry a skit on "saturday night live.." >> i'm told the kids love "saturday night live." and it is a group that bernie sanders does very, very well with. i imagine this will only magnify that phenomena. >> bernie sanders is running a hell of a campaign and anybody who tells you that he's not is simply just blind or not being honest with themselves. "saturday night live" i'm sitting here laughing and chuckling because he did an amazing job. he's actually speaking to a vein
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of america that's frustrated but also a little younger. we'll have to see whether bernie sanders just pounding hillary with younger voters pans out. the dgem graphics change. and we'll see if bernie sanders message transforms and goes down to the south. >> and one point i think is worth making globally about "saturday night live" is all of their depictions of candidates are not created equal. when they go after sarah palin, they are ridiculing. they did not ridicule bernie sanders. they embraced. there is a total difference times. >> there is. and bernie sanders was asked to come and showed up. and sarah palin they were ridiculing her right off the top. and quite frankly it is hard to make fun of bernie sanders. like your grandfather. who seems to have a little bit
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of the personality. >> hillary clinton of course on "saturday night live" also and got a lot of laughs worth noting. and thank you so much guys. we have one programming note. state of the union with jake tapper, 9:a.m. this, this is a big show. check out the line up. donald trump, kasich, christie, clinton and sanders. it is special, commercial free and 9:00 a.m. eastern only here on cnn. victor, christkristie. >> the u.s. reacting this morning to north korea's launch of a long raing rocket. details on the next steps. >> and the death toll is rising in taiwan after that massive earthquake. rescue workers are still finding survivors in the rubble. we'll have that late nest a
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many believe this is just an affront for the ballistic missile test. joining us on the phone in washington, alise, thank you for being here. we know the u.s. is verbally condemning the attack. any signal what actions they are willing to take? >> i think the fact they called for an emergency session of the u.n. security council. let's not forget this launch is on the heals of the nuclear test that north korea took just a few weeks ago. and it is interesting. usually there is a pattern with north korea. if it takes a nuclear test of that nature it waits for the international communicate to react, punish it. and then you will see a follow on launch of that nature. this time north korea didn't wait. it just went ahead and didn't really care about the
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consequences. and that tells u.s. officials that this leader, kim jong unis even more unpredictable. so you might see a little more momentum for the u.n. resolution. i also think the fact that the u.s. is making quite clear in the hours after the launch that it is going to be discussing this thaad missile system with the south koreas shows they are very concerned. you heard the south korean president, park, say we don't know when north korea is going to launch its next missile or nuclear test and that is why we have to beef up our defenses and i think that is what they are doing in coordination with the u.s. >> thank you so much.
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counting down the hours and the accolades keep piling up for cam newton. last night the nfl mvp. and now of course we're just hours from the kickoff, super bowl 50. can he complete with the nearly perfect season with a win? andy scholes is there in santa clara. what is the word on the street this morning? though it is quite early interest at the moment. >> it is quite early. but we're almost there. less than 12 hours from super bowl 50 and it is expected to be a beautiful day here. broncos versus panthers. manning versus newton. and newton geling the mvp award
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last night. >> if we are at our best and another team is at their best, we'll still win. >> will super bowl 50 will the last game of peyton manning's career? >> as the speeshl week. an exciting week. and makes you very grateful for opportunity to have a chance to play in this game. super bowl 50. as the special opportunity and i think our players understand that. we're embracing that. at the same time we're getting prepared po play a really good team. >> now the broncos and panthers did do one final walk through at levi stadium yesterday. and they also took team photos. and look at this guys. all in one dabbing together in
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they are saying they are saving their lives. thanks for starting your morning here. >> much more ahead on the next hour of your "new day." that starts right now. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com a dicey debate for some,
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some might say. and good morning and thank you so much for making us part of your morning. i'm christy paul. out of north korea they fired a long-range rocket over night and that's angered the u.s. and many of the region. the sunny planning an emergency security council meeting in two hours from now. >> and john berman is live in manchester new hampshire for all the details on the debate and looking ahead to tuesday. good morning. >> yeah, good morning guys. just two days to go million the first in the nation primary here in new hampshire. marco rubio might be a little stiff this morning. why? because he got knocked down again, and again and again at the final debate before the voting here last night.
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mostly at the hands of new jersey governor chris christie. >> but he simply does not have the experience to be pot the united states in making these decisions -- >> this was just a sampling right there. chris christie repeatedly called into the question rubio's. >> chris christie telegraphed all week what he was planning to try to do to marco rubio and yet he was still able to throw him off balance. >> florida senator marco rubio. >> a pile up at the entrance. >> former florida governor jeb bush. >> and a pile on among the candidates. it took all of ten minutes for the new reality of the gop race to show through.
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marco rubio is the target. a target for chris christie eager to prove he has the experience and rubio does not. >> do you know what the shame is, marco is that that you would criticize someone for showing up to work when you have never done in your entire life. >> you didn't want to go back chris. >> is now one of the skills you get as the united states senator esp also? >> marco rubio is a gifted, gifted politician. and he may have the skills to be a president of the united states but we've tried it the old by a with barack obama, with soaring eloquence and we didn't get a leader. we got someone who wants to divide the count write up. >> rising in the polls after the strong finish in iowa. rubio attempting to turn back the criticisms of the
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inexperience and comparisons to president obama like this. >> -- barack obama doesn't know what he's doing. he knows exactly what he's doing. he's trying to change this country. >> rubio using that line several times and christie turning it against him. >> there it is, the 25 memorized speech. >> trump's first time since he skipped iowa on defense over his use of eminent domain in his business career. >> taking the property of an elderly woman on the strip of atlantic city. here is the problem with that. it was skblsh -- >> it was to tear down -- >> and -- >> and you --
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>> the woman ultimately didn't -- >> to turn this into a limousine parking lot. >> how tough is it to take property if from an elderly woman? >> that's all of his donors and special interests out there. >> the debate marking a crucial point for their respective last stands of their campaigns. each pinning their hopes on a strong finish tuesday night. >> i've got to say after being here, every one of my 100 town hall meetings in new hampshire war lot more fun than what i saw here today. were so much more positive. >> iowa winner ted cruz --
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>> when this transpired i apologized then and i do so now. ben i'm sorry. >> all setting the stage for a raucous two hours. >> this really is their last moment. an urgent molt for their campaigns and there are as many as 30% of voters who remain undecided. >> great wrap up for the events last night. i want to bring in mark preston. and ron brown stein and anna
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navarro. anna is a good friend of marco rubio but a supporter of the jeb bush. >> it's called political schizophrenia. >> you have watched marco rubio for a long time in his career. we've watched. >> i saw a melt down by marco. the one point that people have been hitting him on over and over again is how scripted, how prepared, how rehearsed. how lacking humanity and genuine feeling he's been and he goes out there and proves it four times on the stage. chris christie went full soprano episode on him last night. it was like watching a show on the food network. that guy chopped him, diced him. he was having a great time doing
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it. you could see that chris christie came out for it. i went up and talked to chris at one of the commercial breaks. i said to him, you keep spanking marco this way you are going to charged with child abuse tonight. chris christie and marco were look at each other, eye to eye. the room is silent. because marco has been an excellent debater. eloquent speaker. and it was like when a robot gets water and it was a shortcut. >> and this has been the biggest problem. he rarely goes more than 10 or 15 answers to a piece of his stump speech. and it was like a scene in the matrix where the matrix reloaded and just kept going back to the same moment. >> it reinforces the -- >> reinforces preexisting story line. and in that sense it may not quite as been as documentramati.
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but it was kind of a where's the beef moment for him. chris christie raised the question of what have you accomplished besides reading a script. >> so what comes of this? mark you have had some intel and talked to the christie campaign a little bit. it is the governors who more than anybody wanted marco rubio to saufr little bit. >> we've been talking about this all week. and we were talk about the yesterday. chris christie had to come out and had to land several blows on marco rubio but he had to do it in a way that didn't like like he was out of control. he did not look out of control. and to the point of the pop culture reference it seemed he would go and punch rubio and rubio would substituter and he would let him stance again and come? and hit him again. and jeb bush had to come out and
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go after donald trump. not only did -- you have to really have to look at the body language of these folks when they are delivering their lines. he should have done that months ago. >> i went --. practice does matter. and his candidate skills now are 180 from where they were six months ago. >> who benefits from all of this in the next two days? >> possibly ironically trump and cruz. one of the most important storylines of the entire campaign is that the center right lane has been fragmented between rubio, bush, kasich, christie. maybe new hampshire was marco rubio's opportunity to clear the lane and establish himself as
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establishment acceptable alternative to cruz and trump. last night not only did rubio have a bad night but kasich bush and christie all had good nights and that is going to continue to fragment and may not get the consolidation in new hampshire people expect. >> the three governors were the one winner last night. >> they were. >> the problem is they are splitting the vote. >> right. >> first of all they can hardly hide the disdain they feel for these rookie senator whose haven't done anything. but they were like singing out of same him hymn. >> and there can be only one, maybe. they can't all win. you can't vote for all three. >> the -- [ inaudible ] >> -- said to me after the debate there are going to be more people viable after new hampshire -- >> we just don't know. >> ted cruz did not have a great night -- >> we have a lot nor say about
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ted cruz and what we had to say that just frankly wasn't true in a moment. we have breaking news on the debate issue but another debate. a new debate that cnn is doing. explain. >> so march 6, flint, michigan, a city that is 40% under the poverty line. 50% of the homes abandoned. of course the toxic water crisis that has just grappled that city. on stage talking about issues. >> two days before the michigan primary for democrats. pivotal. when we come back there are so many heated exchanges on that debate stage between the republican candidates. one of them earned some boos.
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flat out booing. we'll talk to one of donald trump's aides coming up. also ted cruz blamed cnn for it's a fact. kind of like social media equals anti-social. hey guys, i want you to meet my fiancée, denise. hey. good to meet you dennis. or if you're young or old.are if you run everyday, no matter who you are a heart attack can happen without warning. if you've had a heart attack, a bayer aspirin regimen can help prevent another one. be sure to talk to your doctor before you begin an aspirin regimen. bayer aspirin.
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that and blamed it on cnn. he did it again in the debate. listen. >> they didn't correct that story until 9:15 that night. so from 6:30 that is what cnn was reporting. >> and that is an outright lie. let's explain what really happened. before the caucuses began our chris moody tweeted ben carson will likely speak in iowa before caucus results are in so he can catch a flight. then he added carson won't go to new hampshire south carolina, but instead will head home to florida for some r and r. he'll be in d.c. thursday for prayer breakfast and then he said ben carson's campaign tells me he plans to stay in the race beyond iowa no matter what the results are tonight. all of that, three tweets in less than two minute, more than 15 minutes before the caucuses opened in iowa. and then 45 minutes after he hit it again saying folks, ben
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carson is just making a brief stop at home in florida tonight and campaign says he'll be back on the trail by wednesday even if that is what cruz is talking about this is well before 9:00 or later than that. yes our campaign staff talked about these tweets because they are unusual. think noted it would be strange for any presidential candidate to not go directly to new hampshire. but in no way, shape or form did they say ben carson is dropping out. that was an assumption made by cruz's campaign. this is something our executives have gone over with the campaign looking at the timeline. they have been called out by the dishonest handling of it. and so for the candidate to stand on the stage and say it again, it is false. it was false from the get go and it remains false. you can find out a whole lot more about our reality checks by going to cnn.com/reality check.
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>> here is how a washington post cartoonist captured the moment. >> and cnn has reached out to ted cruz and his campaign asking him to join us and address the incident. his campaign responded saying they are out of commission because most people are traveling, unquote. so apparently they cannot be here. and that is the word from ted cruz's camp this morning. let's go to john berman in new hampshire who's been covering this and every other thing political. >> important to have that reality check there. important to know the truth there. thank you so much. donald trump now at center stage because he is at the top of the
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poli polls. jeb bush brought up the issue of eminent domain. listen. >> a lot of times you will have -- and it doesn't work doctor. >> how tough is it to take property from an elderly woman is this. >> let me talk, quiet. -- [ boos ] -- a lot of times -- >> katrina pearson. thank you for being with us. donald trump's positions on eminent domain very unpopular. >> they are very unpopular and also mischaracterized. i think we've steen rhetoric shift. now the cruz campaign came out and admitted their attack was false. donald trump did not use eminent domain. >> he tried. he tried and fails in that case. >> that is the reason we have a process for eminent domain and way they are making it seem is
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donald trump is going around tearing down homes and that is not case. >> but e wanted to in that ways, yes? >> any builder who wants to build, yes. >> here is the thing. it is a state issue. and that is why governments talk to businesses to create jobs. >> you are admitting that donald trump did want to have that house torn down. >> absolutely. if there is something to be built in conjunction with the city they always do that. >> so that exchange that elicited the boos, perhaps donald trump when jeb bush said you wanted to tear down this woman's home he should have just said yes. >> well he did. he also said he did not -- which is very different than tra what donald trump does a keystone pipeline is a foreign -- >> donald trump also talked about roads and bridges which are public. and those are in the public
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interest. there is not much public interest for a casino. >> that is determined by the city and the state. it is all governed by state laws. we can say that 1.7 million jobs is not important or the impact on the economy doesn't matter but people in those cities and states believe it does. >> if you had to do it all over again and if he were building another casino and there were another -- >> in terms of location he would absolutely go to the person and say this would create more jobs here. if that person agreed he'd purchase the home. >> the pouring of volunteers have been amazing. thousands of volunteers to phone call, to knock on doors for donald trump. and we're really excited. the folks here are excited. this state is heavily designed for donald trump. it is the live free or die state. and that is donald trump. >> donald trump said he wish he had a better ground game in
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iowa. do you have that here? >> we do and it wasn't until later we realized there was a lot of support and donald trump was outspent 20-1 in that area and still came in second place. so we're really proud of iowa. >> thank you. >> great to be here. thanks. >> our political coverage does not end here. we're going to be back later with new hampshire rnc chairman to talk about last night's debate. a lot of conversations this morning. >> certainly. plus a developing story. north korea launches this rocket into space. they say for peaceful purposes. but we're getting a lot of condemnation from around the world. you will hear it in just a moment.
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27 minutes past the hour and developing this morning, north korea has launched a long-range rocket claiming that it is carrying a satellite for peaceful scientific purposes. the u.s. and other countries are watching this and denouncing the launch calling it a front for a ballistic missile test. >> the south korea has released this statement. the government will have our military be in full readiness and push for realistic measures with the u.s. to strengthen national security capability. what else do we know about this launch paula? >> calle >> reporter: according to north
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korea they said it took 9 minutes and 46 seconds for the satellite to reach orbit. they are calling it a success. north korean leader kim jong un is delighted with what has happened. he's ignoring criticism that's come flooding in over recent hours. south korea's defense minister says he believes the satellite appeared to reach orbit but he doesn't know if it's working at this point and might take time before they can confirm. we had a briefing from intelligence agencies. they said the timing of this launch is interesting. obviously weather is a factor. as the very clear day today and they needed that. but they also believed they timed it so it was one day ahead of the lunar new year and also
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ahead of the super bowl to make sure it didn't clash with anything and they got maximum international exposure. we also understand they didn't practice a reentry mechanism. so an intercontinental ballistic missile needs that reentry but they did learn something from the satellite launch. they would have learned about guidance control and separation. and one more interesting factor, the u.s. and south korea are now talking about installing and deploying a new missile defense system here in south korea. it is called thaad. very controversial according to china. they are very dead set against this. they are concerned that the u.s. might be able to spy on their own launching systems and it would compromise their own launching systems but the u.s. and south korea say because of what north korea has done today they now have to consider it. victor, christi back to you. >> paula, thanks so much.
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john berman here live in manchester new hampshire. just two days before the first in the nation primary. and over night the leading democratic candidate was not in new hampshire, he was in new york and yes he was in fact live in new york. bernie sanders appeared on
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"saturday night live" along with the host last night, larry david. who frequently does a pretty spot on bernie sanders invitation. this is a look at two of them in a sketch on the titanic. >> hold on. hold on. wait a second. i am so sick of the 1 percent getting this preferential treatment. enough is enough. we need to unite and work together if we're all going to get through in this. >> sounds like socialism to me. >> democratic socialism. >> eh, what's the difference? >> yuuuuuge difference. >> yuge? >> yuuuuuge difference.
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>> huge with a y, eh? who are you? >> i'm bernie sanders-witsky, but we're going change it when we get to america so it doesn't sound quite so jewish. >> yeah that will trick him. >> great news. what we crossed into was liberty island. >> look at that. >> share a cab? >> eh, i think we've talked enough. >> join us to talk about that performance, cnn senior media correspondent brian stelter, the host of reliable sources, and if you are bernie sanders there is no amount of money that can buy publicity like that. >> you are right john. the ratings are coming in a couple of hours and they will show this is a very high-rated
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episode of snl. and sanders was clearly on brand and on message. and i think a lot of people if they knew anything about him they know about his views towards millionaires and billionaires. and that is exactly what he had a couple of minutes to talk about on snl. so he was very much on message. >> "saturday night live" plays well among younger viewers and that younger audience is exactly the target audience for bernie sanders. >> true. even if he doesn't woo a lot of vetoers on this, he also makes his fans more loyal to him. they like him even more when they see him outside of his comfort zone. and i think part of what last night was about was about raising money from those fans. there was a call for vacuum up
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your vacuum pennies. i remember that line from an earlier snl skit. they were taking a moment to raise money from the fans they already had. and i think even bernie sanders twitter account today is a larry david picture. this is the best part of the show by the way. this is a sketch they had done ahead of time where they made up all the excuses for where sanders came ahead a few votes in iowa. >> it was interesting, donald trump hosted "saturday night live" earlier this year. hillary clinton appeared on "saturday night live" earlier this year. she did one sketch, trump did 12 or 13 minutes. he was a little bit in the middle. >> it may have been a breakout moment for him when he was an
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obscure vermont senator he was not getting invitations to snl. this is a reminder how his stature has really risen as a result of this campaign. >> out of his element, but it was a pretty comfortable place for him to be last night. "saturday night live" i think obviously tried to set it up to make him look as good as possible. great to have you with us. thanks so much. >> coming up for us. much more of our political coverage. much more on the big debate last night. victor, christi back you do in atlanta. ♪
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john berman here live many manchester, new hampshire. just two days to go now until this state, this famously independent and unpredictable state votes. the first in the nation primary. and just one morning after a really interesting republican debate that may have reshuffled this field going forward. so what does it mean going forward? i'm joined by the executive editor of cnn politics, mark preston. great to have you here. the super bowl is tonight. so in a sense we may be frozen here in new hampshire. what happens the next two days? >> certainly the next couple of hours. but certainly as you said the undeclared voters here who have never -- not republican, not democrat. and also the undecides. chris christie last night was going after those voters and did so very effectively.
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i think you are going to see this mad sprint to the finish right now going into tuesday. because it really is do or die for several candidates. >> they needed to knock marco rubio off balance. that is what happened. that allows avenue for whom? >> it opens up the door for jeb bush. it opens up the door for chris christie again. who really needs new hampshire to move forward. he has an organization in south carolina i'm told so he can move forward even though he doesn't have much money. and john kasich who's been combative in past debates was a lot more conciliatory reaching out last night. >> he didn't want anything to do with that mix up there. it is interesting, you have the three governors. christie, kasich and jeb bush. none of whom went after each other at all. the conventional wisdom has been
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that only one can emerge from new hampshire and they didn't go after each other. >> we have the donald trump lane t social conservative lane, the ted cruz lane, and then this sen tryst lane. andcenterist lane. and i can't imagine three will come out now but i think two will come out. >> you get the sense this morning we're back to muddled going out of new hampshire. >> which shows you how intense this race has been up to this point. really shows you the donald trump effect who has sucked so much oxygen out of this race. >> and we're looking about new hampshire two days from now but south carolina a week and a half from now. that's different how? >> going back to a more socially conservative voter. ted cruz is expected to do well down there.
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and also donald trump, at least that is what polling tells us. who knows what happens after the new hampshire primary but the tough talk from chris christie could help him and jeb bush has strong ties in south carolina. >> and a family history down there. again, not to test the conventional wisdom too much but the rubio people had been spreading talks about the fact that jeb bush donors want to leave bush and go to rubio. people are just waiting for a chance to abandon that ship. but now with jeb bush having a good debate performance we -- bush may be holding that support for longer. >> if you were a deep pocketed republican voter looking to jump ship, you are now holding on. -- he is still holding on. >> and to explain why this is so up in the air here in new
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hampshire. 30% decide at the last minute when they walk in that booth. and anyone can vote democrats, republican, you can vote on either side. so so much is known can make a difference. great to have you with us. thank you so much. important programming night. a very special state of the union coming up here with jake tapper. check out the lineup of guests on the show. donald trump, john kasich,. that is the scene from new hampshire. we know nothing two days into the primary which makes it all the more exciting. >> very good point. thank you so much. >> we've got this developing story we're following this morning. the u.s. condemning north korea's rocket launch. secretary of state calling it a
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major provocation and we know the u.n. security council will hold an emergency meeting in just a few hours. >> we also know the super bowl, 50, is today. attention won't just be on the game though. details on beyonce's surprise announcement just before her halftime performance be cold play. when your cold makes you wish... ...you could stay... ...in bed all day... ...you need the power of... new theraflu expressmax. new theraflu expressmax.
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of the north korean rocket launch. south korea and the u.s. are to formally discuss deploying the defense system after north korea successfully launched a rocket into space, and north korea claims that it carried a satellite. >> the u.n. secretary-general ban ki-moon called the launch deeply deplorable and a violation of the security council resolutions. paula hancocks is from seoul. we've got the uk, france, south korea, japan, all coming out condemning this, saying that they believe -- i mean, this is seen as a front for a ballistic missile test, not a satellite, per se. so wondering what the u.s. and these other countries are willing to do actionably after this? >> that's the question, christie and victor. there has been condemnation from around the world. north korean leader kim jong un is clearly unconcerned by that. he has gone against all the requests not to do the satellite
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launch and he has carried it out. the north korean state-run media has shown today as being a very successful day. shown photos of the north korean leader looking happy. scientists applauding the rocket launching and have said that that satellite is, in fact, in space. we do now from the south korean defense minister, he believes the satellite may well be in orbit, but he doesn't know if it's functioning. so what can the u.s. and other allies do? there's a limit to what they can do. what they've done in the past is they have had strong sanctions and that is what they're going to do again. but up until now, it has not prevented these launches. >> all right, paula hancocks for us there in seoul. thank you so much. still ahead, it is the big sunday. everybody has their nachos and their wings ready. jerseys all ready. >> even at 8:00, we're talking about it. >> yes, tailgating ge ining beg. peyton manning is trying for that last super bowl victory. >> but the honors just keep coming for cam newton. super bowl 50 just hours away
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the accolades keep piling up for panthers quarterback cam newton, named the nfl mvp last night. >> of course, we're just hours away from super bowl 50. and a lot of people are saying can he complete the nearly perfect season with a win? >> maybe. >> nothing like some pressure there. andy scholes in santa clara, california, joining us now. what are you hearing, andy? >> reporter: good morning, guys. we're less than 11 hours away until kickoff. it's expected to be a beautiful day here in santa clara,
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california. and what a match-up we've got here for super bowl 50. broncos versus panthers. peyton manning versus cam newton. first mvp award for him. cam newton, he's bold and brash. earlier this week, he said if the panthers are playing their game at their best, they will win super bowl 50. >> if we're at our best and the other team is at their best, not just speaking on the denver broncos, just any other team, if we're at our best and another team is at their best, we'll still win. >> reporter: the big question coming into today is will super bowl 50 be the last game of peyton manning's legendary career? peyton now -- he wouldn't admit it this week when he was talking with the media that he's going to hang up the cleats after this one, but he did talk about how special it is to get another shot at a super bowl. >> it's a special week. it's an exciting week. and it makes you very grateful
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for the opportunity, to have a chance to play in this game, super bowl 50. it's a special opportunity. i think our players understand that. we're embracing that. at the same time, we're getting prepared to play a really good team. >> reporter: if you want to get into the stadium for today's game, you better have some deep pockets. the cheapest ticket on stubhub going for just under $3,000. a ticket broker i spoke with said a pair of club seats for today's game he saw go for $27,000 each. this game is going to go down as one of the most expensive tickets in sports history. i hope just for those people who spent thousands of dollars on tickets that this is a close game and they get their money's worth. >> they would need to. >> i've got a free seat at my home. i'm going to take that one. >> with the nachos. andy scholes, thank you. also a big announcement from beyonce. she dropped a new single late yesterday and video.
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if you didn't know, go find it. beyonce says she will debut that brand-new single during her halftime performance at the super bowl. ♪ all right, other stories making headlines. five people from the czech republic are dead after an avalanche in western austria on saturday. the 12 other skiers survived. this is the latest in a series of fatal avalanches in the french alps. two students and one adult died when they skied on closed slopes. and phoenix police are trying to find a mother and her child this morning. they say veronica brown and her 1-year-old son could be in danger. according to kpho, they were in a car when a man walked up, shot the driver, then got in the car and drove away with them. police are not sure of the relationship between the shooter and the woman, but they are asking for the public's help to find them. after 72 hours stuck in a sinkhole and two hours of
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digging by rescuers, maverick is back home with his family in missouri. they spent days searching for the 12-year-old german shepherd after he ran away from home and they heard a howl and they found him in that hole. thanks for watching this morning. >> special edition of "inside politics" is with you now. ted cruz sets his sights on another win, and on donald trump. >> donald is throwing yet another temper tantrum, or if you like, a trumper tantrum. >> i like to win. >> and is there really marcomentum? >> when everyone's attacking, you must be doing something right. >> bernie sanders turns up the heat on hillary's wall street ties. >> i think it's time to end the very artful smear that you and your campaign have been carrying out.

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