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bernie sanders upset in michigan. clearly reshuffling the stakes of the race. hillary clinton, you know, she had been pivoting toward a general election fight against donald trump. well pivot no more. at the debate overnight, it was all about bernie sanders. they went one-on-one for two full hours. throwing bombs. facing tough questions. it was a sight to behold. we have correspondent brianna keilar with the latest. >> reporter: john and christine, hillary clinton getting sharp questions about e-mail practices while secretary of state and about her trustworthiness. and bernie sanders questioned by the moderators about being a career politician. at this univision debate, it was immigration that was the big topic. hillary clinton hit bernie sanders for his failure to support comprehensive immigration reform in 2006 and 2007 when he sided with labor unions.
bernie sanders took on hillary clinton for her opposition on driver's licenses for undocumented immigrants. also their positions on children fleeing violence in central america came up. >> honduras and that region of the world may be the most violent region in our hemisphere. gang lords, vicious people, torturing people, doing horrible things to families. children fled that part of the world to try, try, try, maybe, meet up with their family members in this country. taking a route that was horrific and trying to start a new life. secretary clinton did not support those children coming into this country. i did. >> again, yes or no, can you promise tonight that you won't deport children? >> i will not deport children. i would not deport children. i do not want to deport family members either, jorge. >> to answer your question, i
will not deport children from the united states of america. >> reporter: this debate happening in the shadow of the michigan primary where bernie sanders staged a massive upset and got momentum despite still being down in the delegate count. both candidates pushing forward to the series of contests next tuesday. even the sanders campaign admits florida is advantageous to hillary clinton. bernie sanders and his campaign are hoping what happened in michigan, where the message which appealed to the industrial state where labor unions are strong, that may give them a toe-hold in illinois and ohio as well. john and christine. >> all right. brianna keilar, thank you so much. let's talk more about the big event last night. joining us here is cnn political reporter eric bradner. brianna keilar said the shadow of michigan looming over everything. it really did. you could feel michigan weighing down that debate.
michigan reshuffled the race. hillary clinton, pivot no more. she has to deal with bernie sanders for a while. >> that is right. she showed she was aware of that last night. there is no more of the attack donald trump rather than bernie sanders thing. it was hand to hand combat the entire two hours. the immigration exchange was a great example of that. hillary clinton really came ready to unload on sanders. she was attacking him for 2007 vote. she was ready to go further than he was and president obama has on stopping deportations. she clearly was not afraid of being dragged to the left on that issue. something that could come back as a significant point of contention in the general election. hillary clinton came prepared to fight. sanders seemed to be getting more and more comfortable with his economic message. the timing is key. not only do we have a bunch of
big races on tuesday, but this could be the last democratic debate. the last one on the calendar. this is the final opportunity to go head-to-head like that for these candidates. >> she longed talked about the affordability of college. she is making sure kids can graduate from college without debt after four years. bernie sanders is selling free college and free health care and tax hikes for the rich. breaking up the banks. he has opinion cbeen consistent. she is the rational one to get something done is what she is talking about and he is selling a pipe dream. is that going to work? is that going to work in ohio? >> it is a tough sell. it is tough to argue that democratic based voters hopes and dreams are unrealistic. hillary clinton had a fascinating moment in the debate where she said look, i'm not that good at this.
i'm not that good at politics. i'm not bill clinton. i'm not barack obama. i'm a policy wonk. >> we will play that. i think we have that bite lined up. what is interesting about this is for someone in the political eye for decades, occasionally she reveals a little bit more. listen. >> i am not a natural politician in case you haven't noticed like my husband or president obama. so i have a view that i just have to do the best i can and get the results i can and make a difference in people's lives and hope that people see that i'm fighting for them. >> is that going to help her connect to younger voters? one of her big weak areas. hard to tell. >> authenticity is a problem for
hillary clinton. people believe that bernie sanders says what he means. so, revealing a bit of herself that way is important. it is a way to sort of say, this is who i am. this is what i am. to explain the failings of her campaign at times. why she can never really run away with things. why she is always in a dog fight. i thought it was a striking moment. it was probably the most memorable moment of last night. >> what about wall street speeches? she was a new york senator. wall street was right in her backyard. she did go to wall street in the days before the financial crash and said subprime mortgages. cut it out as she has put it. bernie sanders has tried to paint her as too cozy to wall street. he is the guy to fix the system that's rigged against the little guy. he continued to hammer on that last night, eric. >> he did.
you know, part of why this is so effective for him is bernie sanders' position is not complicated. hillary clinton's is. she does leave room for compromise. he doesn't. this is something that has been a problem for her for months. these wall street speeches. he has been saying look, release the transcripts. show an increasing willingness to attack her on the debate stage over it. clinton still doesn't have a good answer. she doesn't have a good explanation for why she won't release them. she says, well, i'll do it when the republicans release all their speeches and when bernie sanders releases his. sanders has a great comeback to that. he throws his hands up and says here are my wall street speeches. there are none. this is something that has continued to hamper her and calls her credibility on these issues into question which drives her crazy because she has so many specific policy proposals that she thinks are
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boring if you want to know the truth. >> donald trump last night with anderson cooper. donald trump speculating that marco rubio will even be here. there will be four candidates on the stage tonight. let's talk about what we might see. political reporter eric bradner is with us now. four candidates. a few days to go before the epic winner take all primary. throw up the poll with the uphill climb that marco rubio has. double digits in his home state of florida. that's tough. he has a lot of work to do. donald trump wants to close the door tonight. >> yes, he does. marco rubio admitted the attacks on donald trump were a little childish. he will try to recalibrate for a hail mary, really, according to the polls in florida.
if he somehow pulls it out, that's significant and all of a sudden, a contested convention is likely and so on. if he doesn't, then we're looking at a big shakeup in the race in a few days. so, tonight is really a moving day for marco rubio. he has to find a way to reassert himself without being diminished. donald trump meanwhile, you listen to him taking a softer tone. at the same time, he talks about how he's mean to people and he is told that he won. donald trump is not going to stop being aggressive on the debate stage. the question is who his target is. the guy he calls little marco or does he go after ted cruz. >> lying ted. he has nicknames for everybody except john kasich. >> and voters have rewarded that
behavior. that salesmanship and confidence with maybe not much policy prescription behind it. i want to listen to the interview he had with anderson cooper last night. >> do you think islam is at war with the west? >> i think islam hates us. there's something there that's a tremendous hatred there. we have to get to the bottom of it. there's an unbelievable hatred of us. you will have to figure that out. >> the question is, is there a war with the west and radical islam or the west and islam itself? >> it is hard to define. you don't know who is who. >> islam hates us. but what's the policy prescription? we have to figure that out,
eric. >> yeah. this is the salesmanlike quality he has. he never commits to anything. he always leaves himself wiggle room. he stays away from specifics. he doesn't want to get pinned down. he knows what appeals to supporters is strength. the idea that he is selling a brand. a brand of someone who is confrontational and confident and can get things done. it is not about what it is specifically or how he does it. it is the idea he is stronger and he is not willing to back down. everyone else is. >> ted cruz is the closest competitor to donald trump. if you listen to cruz, he is the only legitimate competitor to donald trump. he got endorsed by carly fiorina yesterday. ted cruz with new information on
the contested convention. up until now, he said no. now all of a sudden. >> look, reagan and ford battled it out in a contested convention. if you are fighting between the candidates who earned the votes of the people and the delegates at convention is the way the system works. >> sounds like what ted cruz is saying he is okay with the notion of the contested convention as long as he is one of the two contestants. >> absolutely. ted cruz is the most carefully calibrated candidate out there right now. >> he is the one of the most calibrated candidates i have ever seen. >> he loves the details and politics of it. a little shift like that, him starting to acknowledge that he would be competing in a contested convention is significant. we cannot understate that.
what this means is how do you get there? is it john kasich winning ohio and competing and more moderate eastern states and denying trump anything close to the number of delegates? or is it a one-on-one race with cruz and trump and it is a draw? how does it happen? cruz who has been saying all along he wants to see the voters decide this. now talking about a convention is a good signal that republicans see it more likely. >> the first step is here tonight at the university of miami. however you cut it, the debate tonight will be the place setter for the campaign. stay with cnn all day long. we're going to be here all day covering this. the debate coverage itself starts at 8:30 p.m. tonight here on cnn. christine. >> can't wait, john. the denver broncos find themselves without a starting quarterback. who will be running the offense for the super bowl champions
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breaking overnight. bernie sanders and hillary clinton in the most contentious debate yet. days before a crucial contests in florida and ohio. this as republicans prepare to debate tonight on cnn. we are live. welcome back to "early start." i'm christine romans in new york. >> and i'm john berman at the u. the university of miami in miami, florida. 31 minutes past the hour. tonight, the big republican debate. could be the last republican primary debate. breaking overnight, it was the democrats. hillary clinton and bernie sanders head-to-head here in miami. a bilingual debate sponsored by
univision that aired on cnn. this was fascinating. the timing. their first meeting since the giant michigan upset. bernie sanders out of nowhere beats hillary clinton in michigan. all of a sudden, they are face-to-face on the debate stage. until last night, hillary clinton tried to pivot to the general election. pivot no more. she has to deal with bernie sanders. you saw two hours of it last night. a heated back and forth. senior correspondent brianna keilar was there. she has the latest. >> reporter: john and christine, hillary clinton getting sharp questions about e-mail practices while secretary of state and trustworthiness. bernie sanders questioned about being a career politician. in the debate, it was immigration that was the big topic. hillary clinton hit bernie sanders for his failure to support comprehensive immigration reform in 2006 and 2007 when he sided with labor unions. and bernie sanders took on
hillary clinton for her opposition for driver's licenses for undocumented immigrants. an issue for her in 2008. also their positions on children fleeing violence in central america came up. >> honduras and that region of the world maybe the most violent region in our hemisphere. gang lords, vicious people, torturing people, doing horrible things to families. children fled that part of the world to try, try, try, maybe to meet up with their family members in this country taking a route that was horrific and trying to start a new life. secretary clinton did not support those children coming into the country. i did. >> yes or no, can you promise tonight that you won't deport children? children who are already here? >> i would not deport children. i don't want to deport family members either, jorge. >> to answer your question, i
will not deport children from the united states. >> reporter: this debate happening in the shadow of the michigan primary where bernie sanders staged a massive upset and got momentum despite being down in the delegate math. both candidates pushing forward to next tuesday. even sanders campaign admits that florida is advantageous to hillary clinton. sanders and his campaign that in michigan, the message that appealed to the industrial state where labor unions are strong, that may give them a toe-hold in illinois and ohio as well. john and christine. >> brianna keilar at the debate here in miami last night. let's talk about that moment and what it means to going forward to next tuesday's primary. joining us here in miami is eric bradner. eric, we said hillary clinton was trying to pivot to the general election. that pivot is long gone. this was hand-to-hand combat for
two hours. >> they both came ready to attack. the moderator was ready to hit them with tough questions. from hillary clinton to answer whether she would leave the race if she were indicted over her e-mails. >> can we play that moment right there? that was a tough question. she was flat out asked will you quit. let's play that. >> if you get indicted, will you drop out? >> oh, for goodness. that's not going to happen. i'm not even going to answer that question. >> that's just a taste of the tone of the debate with the moderators and candidates. >> absolutely. at the end, bernie sanders was hit with tough questions about the comments in the 1980s about fidel castro. hillary clinton was not talking about donald trump. she wasn't looking at the general election. they were racing to the left on immigration. both promising to end
deportations generally. going to the left of president obama on that issue. they both brought attacks from mid 2000s bills. this senate committee room fight that chris christie would have made fun of if it happened in a republican debate. what's good for hillary clinton out of that, this was the last debate. it comes after michigan and no real game changer for bernie sanders. what's good for sanders is he had a chance to drive home his economic message. he put hillary clinton on defense on wall street, on trade issues like that which are working well for him heading into ohio and illinois and missouri. >> the economic message is resonating especially among young people. people who agree with him that the system is rigged against them. people who like this idea of free health care and free college education. they are looking at families and family income hasn't changed since 1995. they have to pay more to go to
college. hillary clinton came out with this moment where she said look some things are too good to be true. what he is selling you is too good to be true. listen. >> senator sanders has talked about free college for everybody. he's talked about universal single payer health care for everybody. and yet when you ask questions as many of us have and more importantly independent experts, it is very hard to get answers. you know, my dad used to say, if it sounds too good to be true, it probably is. we deserve answers about how these programs would actually work and how they would be paid for. >> assuming bernie sanders could do everything he wanted with a congress that was maleable. you are talking about the largest peace time tax increase in history.
did she dent his message last night? >> i think by invoking her dad, by the way, john pointed out, was a republican, that was the way of personalizing what hillary clinton has been trying to say for months. a lot of the stuff that bernie sanders is talking about is not practical. that is a tough sell with the liberal base. it is tough to tell the left wing of the party that its hopes and aspirations and dreams are not practical. hillary clinton is trying to find a way to go after bernie sanders without alienating his base and alienating young people who she will need to turn out en mass in november if she wins the nomination. it is a tough dance for clinton. she did not attack as much on that point last night. you just heard her invoking her dad in the one moment. >> she is trying to find a way to connect. she is consistently asked why
aren't you more likeable? last night she gave a heck of an answer. >> i am not a natural politician, in case you haven't noticed, like my husband or president obama. so i have a view that i just have to do the best i can and get the results i can and make a difference in people's lives and hope that people see that i'm fighting for them. >> pretty interesting. >> absolutely. hillary clinton faces this authenticity problem and that was a way of really confronting it in a personal way. revealing an aspect of herself that sees often frankly too prideful to reveal. i thought she really connected with the audience in that moment. >> eric bradner, thank you so much. that was the democratic version. the republican version happens here at the university of miami in a few hours. the four remaining candidates take the stage for what could be
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different person. marco has been mortally wounded, you know. these debates to me are getting really boring. >> donald trump with anderson cooper last night. the republican debate at the university of miami. that's the stage here. we think marco rubio will be coming tonight. we think there will be four candidates on the stage tonight. political reporter eric bradner is with us. >> marco rubio is going to have to find a way and he will have to do it tonight to reassert himself if he wants to have a chance to win florida. donald trump is running away in the polls here. rubio has home court advantage and his political future is staring right in front of him. donald trump will be fascinating to watch to see if he tries to
moderate or soften his tone knowing he is building a delegate lead and it looks like he will win florida or whether he stays on the attack and tries to knock out guys he is calling little marco and lying ted. >> he said he could be more presidential than any other president except for abe lincoln. he is getting pressure from people on appearing more presidential. he sat down with anderson cooper. trying to appear more presidential, but light on policy prescriptions. he doesn't have to give policy prescriptions. he says if he wins florida and ohio, it's over. is he selling confidence is the appeal to him? does he need to stay in that lane? >> he has the salesman-like quality to never get pinned down on everything. what he is really selling is
strength. the idea he is competnt and capable and can negotiate better deals and work his way through situations. the way no other politician can. it is hard to imagine trump suddenly becoming a policy wonk at any step along the way. tonight, he's probably going to continue to assert himself. he is showing he is sensitive to the attacks on businesses. the smaller businesses he has been running. trump university. he will probably defend those really hard. not giving an inch in the idea he is anything less than competent. >> a fascinating dynamic in the state of florida. jeb bush dropped out. a lot of people wondered if he would endorse marco rubio, his one-time protege. he is meeting with all three candidates today. it seems an endorsement ain't going to happen. >> that's right. if he was going to endorse marco
rubio, it is hard to imagine he would take meetings with ted cruz and john kasich. we know jeb bush is not throwing support behind donald trump. that's obvious. marco rubio could really benefit from a uniting of the two powerful forces in florida republican politics. it doesn't seem to be coming. jeb bush is fine withholding out to see how it plays out knowing that throwing his support behind rubio at this stage could be ineffective because rubio may not make it past next week. >> all right. a lot going on. stay with cnn all day long. our debate coverage will happen all day long. the debate itself 8:30 p.m. eastern time here an cnn. christine. voters angry from the exit polls. they are angry with the economy. a system they say is not working for them. i'll tell you how bernie sanders and donald trump have cryst
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the city will stop sending water bills to the residents for the contaminated water. the state last week approved $30 million to help flint residents with water bills. we are following breaking news. five people killed in a mass shooting in wilkinsburg, tennessee. a homicide investigator said two gunmen opened fire and killed four women and a man. at least three others pouwounde. we do not know what sparked the shooting. no word on a motive. a state of emergency in 16 parishes in northern louisiana. deadly storms historic flooding killing three people and forcing thousands to vac white. over 1.5 feet of rain has fallen in the state. another 10 to 12 inches is expected. officials are concerned about hundreds of homes due to possible levee failures. more severe storms in the forecast today.
let's get to meteorologist pedram javaheri. >> good morning, christine. watching the weather across the south. an 800-mile stretch of land where the fetch of moisture is the highest we have seen for this time of year across eastern texas and into louisiana. you look at what has occurred. it prompted nearly 20 million people in flood watches from little rock to new orleans. look at what we picked up. this area indicated in white is nearly off the top of the charts with north of 15 inches. perhaps down to 20 inches of rainfall coming down in a couple of days time in the region in western louisiana and eastern texas. notice the batch of moisture shifts farther east. we think much of mississippi into western tennessee get into the next round of heavy rains in the region. notice what is happening in the eastern seaboard. high pressure here. temperatures 15 to 30 degrees above what is considered normal.
dulles, up into the 80s. boston at 77 degrees. the forecast keeps it mild for one more day before cooling comes back this weekend. >> thank you, pedram javaheri. economists rate the economy a b plus. unemployment is low. gas prices down 25% from last year. americans are saving at the gas pump. vot voters say they feel lousy about the economy. here are the factors feeding into the economic populism. families are taking home the same amount since 1995. fewer opportunities for americans without college degrees. they are left behind. this demographic used to fill the manufacturing sector. fewer manufacturing jobs and jobs that remain require higher
skills. white men's participation in the job market has declined for six decades. it is an interesting demographic to watch. finally, inequality is worsening. top ten income earners took home half the income made in 2014. those are the factors driving so much of the energy on the donald trump side and on the bernie sanders side. breaking overnight. hillary clinton and bernie sanders in the most contentious debate yet. "new day" picks up that story now. >> i am not a natural politician in case you haven't noticed. >> he wanted to be don rickles. >> it's not something i want to be proud of. >> i will match my record against yours any day of the week. >> we will seriously
one of the major political upsets in modern american history. >> if ted cruz became president washington would be a total piece of stone. >> don't be thinking it's over yet. good morning. welcome to your "new day." it's thursday, march 10th. 6:00 in the east. mich is in new isyn and i are at the u. appealing to latino voters here in miami in the big debate last night. the biggest hay maker of the night, asking clinton if she
would drop out of the race if she was indicted on the e-mail controversy. >> the gop candidates face-off tonight in the debate. this, as jeb bush meets with all of the remaining gop candidates except for trump. so we have this race covered from every angle the only way cnn can. let's go to john from the fire redebate. >> bernie sanders, a big upset win changed everything. up until this point hillary clinton has been trying to pivot to the general election, well, pivot no more. >> madam second, i will match my record against yours any day of the year. >> after the huge sanders upset in michigan, this could go on for a