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calling anti-lgbt. it requires people to use restrooms based on their birth gender. the former drummer is cancelling his june show in cary, north carolina. he says he hates to disappoint his fans, but stands against hatred. he follows bruce springsteen who canceled a concert there. palpal stopped expansion in the state because of the law. thank you, alison. "early start" continues now. >> we are just hours from the bashing in brooklyn. the big debate there. hillary clinton and bernie sanders face-off on the debate stage days before the new york primary. no charges for donald trump's campaign manager. ted cruz telling cnn the
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frontrunner is inciting violence on the campaign trail. hollywood ending for kobe bryant. wait until you hear how many points he had. and the warriors with 73. they rewrite the record books. welcome to "early start." i'm john berman. >> i'm lynda kinkade in for christine romans. hillary clinton and bernie sanders ready to face-off in a debate here on cnn. the new york primary is five days away. if sanders can pull off an upset, the democrats could face a contested convention. the latest quinnipiac poll suggests that sanders has an uphill battle trailing clinton by 13 points. the senator says he is up for the challenge. >> a lot of hot talk.
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what do you expect on the stage tomorrow night? what's going to be different? >> i think it will be a good debate to discuss the differences about how we go forward in the country. if that takes place, i will be happy. i'm confident the vision i'm bringing forward is a vision supported by the vast majority of the people in new york. >> different from what we have heard in the last few day. >> i'll tell you about it tomorrow. >> in less than 17 hours, candidates take the debate stage. we get more from cnn's jeff zeleny. >> reporter: john and lynda, the campaign sounding more like a rock concert. i'm here in washington square park. sanders supporters rallying by the thousands. hillary clinton supporters gathering in the bronx. they are building up to the debate in brooklyn tonight.
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the first time they have come face-to-face in five weeks. now bernie sanders brielieves a win in new york could change the course of the race. hillary clinton believes math is on her side. no question on the debate stage, one moment for bernie sanders to raise the questions in person he has been raising behind the scenes. hillary clinton will make the argument that sanders is untested. bernie sanders will raise questions about secretary clinton's judgment. that is why in brooklyn, it is so important before the new york primary. john and lynda. >> jeff zeleny at a packed washington square park. another man there is ron brownstein. he is here with us now. ron, big debate. >> yeah. >> hillary clinton and bernie sanders. they have not been on stage together for five weeks. bernie sanders, the big question is how far is he willing to go? >> i think you saw he will go a
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lot further than four or five months ago when we were commenting on las vegas where he said i'm sick and tired of the d damn e-mails. it was a reminder of how far he has come from where he started. if you look at the exit polls, he has now one white voters in every state outside of the south except for iowa, the first state and ohio. he won most caucuses. with a he has not done yet and was clear again last night, he has not cracked the african-american community. best he has done is trail 2 to 1. the best results in the midwest. elsewhere it is higher. he is trailing with partisan democrats. he is winning people who self identify as democrats as opposed to independents by 15 to 20 points. those two lines converge in the northeast. you have close primaries that are opened toemocrats and significant african-american
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population. that is the equation in new york, pennsylvania, new jersey and maryland. >> after the debate tonight, sanders will not stick around and campaign. he is leaving the country. heading to the vatican. is that a wise move? >> these are national campaign. it matters when you are in a state and getting attention. that is an extraordinary opportunity and forum. it probably does make sense. don't forget one of the things they have to do is improve their performance among latino voters. they are more open to them than african-americans, but not as open as younger white voters. given who he is trying to appeal to, it is good use of his time. >> they think their message lines up with what pope francis talks about. there are a lot of catholic voters in new york and new jersey going forward. they don't think there will be
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lost days. >> if you look at the fur big states, sanders' problem is the mega states, they are all diverse. hillary clinton has won all of them except michigan. she won florida and ohio and virginia and north carolina. you have four left. new york and pennsylvania and new jersey and california on the final day. all are diverse states. of the four, california is his best shot at actually beating her. that is a place if he is going to do it, he will do it with gains of latino voters. >> sanders has complained about the way the system works. voter registration. he says that independents can't vote in a democratic primary. his wife weighed in. take a listen to what she had to say. >> you have to admit the way they're doing things in terms of super delegates and in terms of
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how delegates are put out there, it doesn't make a lot of sense to the average person. we're saying it's wrong. we're saying it's not a democratic way to carry out an election. >> ron, what do you make of the system? is it stacked against them? >> in the end, you have to get voters in the party to vote for you if you want to be the party nominee. if it should be open or closed is a philosophical question. all of the primaries sanders has won have been open. michigan, new hampshire, vermont. you have to get democrats to vote for you. super delegates is another question. they are designed to do what they are doing. they were created after mcgovern and carter to give party leaders a veto in case someone ignited a popular movement, but not seen as a general election nominee. that is the judgment they are making now. what the sanders people hope if they can win out and win in may
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and do it and sweep new jersey and california on the last day, maybe they can make the case as democratic voters have more time to look at it, they chose me and you should switch. the fact is bernie sanders is rising to tie her in national polls, which is pretty much unprecedented for the trailing candidate in the campaign. >> the clinton campaign points out they are leading in the vote count. i want to shift to the republicans. ted cruz did a town hall. the stars were the two daughters who were adorable last night. plenty of politics. ted cruz mixing it up with donald trump. the idea and trump saying the system is rigged. ted cruz criticizing trump and the campaign for the tactics they are using, complaining about the system. listen. >> they're acts like union boss
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thugs. in colorado, i spoke to the chairman of the republican party in colorado yesterday. trump supporters put out his home address and phone number. he got thousands of phone lls. he got death threats. trump supporters were telling supporters go to his house and bring guns. violence doesn't belong in democracy and the trump campaign encourages it over and over. >> violence is one thing. you are seeing from the trump campaign the complaining. it sets up i am not the establishment line. >> it sets up the "us" against "them." that whiff of violence and air of do whatever it takes is a problem to expand. trump has, you know, a legitimate complaint that the process is outside of the primary seem chaotic. the idea it is specifically rigged against him is absurd.
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they have genuinely failed to master the details of the organization. i would say if trump had followed the trajectory of other front runners, this would be irrelevant. trump is not. in new york, he may have 50% of the vote. that would be the first state where he reached 50%. he has a bigger piece of the party than anybody else, but stuck in the 38% to 43% range. he is a plurality range. >> ron brownstein, thank you. stick around. still to come, the moments lead up the to shooting death of former nfl star will smith. what the prosecutor is saying. details just ahead. olay regenerist renews from within...
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yesterday for the first time. raquel, his wife, was shot two times. once in the right leg which broke her femur and the other went through her left leg and went through her thigh. the attorney wanted to talk about saying inside the vehicle was a .9 millimeter handgun. it was fully loaded. none of the shots fired in the gun at all. the family attorney wanted to clear up what they called lies and distortions perpetrated by the defense counsel for cardell hayes. they said will smith did not have a gun in his hand or did not brandish a firearm at all when he was shot those eight times. secondly, in the initial encounter what the defense is calling a hit-and-run. no one in the car of will smith
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believed that the hummer did not touch the suv. they were not fleeing from an accident because there was no accident. finally, raquel smith is still in the hospital at this point. the attorney says they believe her physical wounds eventually will al, but the emotional trauma may last a lifetime. john and lynda. >> jean casarez, thank you. joining us now for a look at the markets is alison kosik. markets are mixed around the world. i'm seeing red arrows for european markets. u.s. futures are lower. a great day for wall street yesterday. dow, nasdaq and s&p closing at the highest levels for the year. the dow jumped 1% gaining 187 points. we will see if that rally continues today. verizon's ceo calling out bernie sanders. he says the vermont senator is disconnected from reality.
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bernie sanders and hillary clinton face-off in a critical debate in brooklyn. you can watch it here live on cnn at 9:00 p.m. eastern time. the stakes are high. the new york primary just five days away. if bernie sanders could pull off an upset, and it might lead to a contested convention. the flip side is hillary clinton pulls off a win here, this race could be all but over. the latest quinnipiac poll has hillary clinton out ahead by 13 points. bernie sanders says he is up to the challenge. >> big debate. a lot of hot talk. what do you expect on the stage tomorrow night? what is going to be different? >> i think it will be a good debate in which secretary clinton and i discuss the very strong differences of opinion we have about how we go forward in the country. if that takes place, i will be happy. i'm confident the vision i'm
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bringing forth is a vision supported by the vast majority of the people in new york. >> will it be different from what we heard in the last few days? >> we will see tomorrow night. >> i'm bad with math and now i have a countdown clock. let's get more from cnn's jeff zeleny. >> reporter: john and lynda, the campaign sounding more like a rock concert. i'm here in washington square park for sanders supporters by the thousands. hillary clinton's supporters gathers in the bronx. this is the first time the candidates have come face-to-face in five weeks. bernie sanders believes a win in new york could elevate him forward and change the course of the race. the clinton campaign believes the math is on her side. no question about the debate stage, it is one opportunity for bernie sanders to raise
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questions in person he's been raising behind the scenes. hillary clinton will make the argument that bernie sanders is untested. bernie sanders will raise questions about secretary clinton's judgment. that's why tonight in brooklyn is so important. john and lynda. >> jeff, thank you. let's bring in political analyst ron brownstein. great to have you here. >> good morning. >> it was not long ago that sanders and clinton could not agree on a date for a debate. and polling consistently shows clinton is well in front. >> debates, you lose seven of eight contests and suddenly you have to talk. i was at the event for sanders. sprawling wrapped crowd. it is a reflection of how far he has come and how far he still has to go. if you think about where sanders started the race. a septagenarian.
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he has won 70% of all voters under 30. that is more than barack obama. he has won white voters in every state except for ohio and iowa outside of the south. the problem he faces, hillary clinton is dominating among self identifying democrats. it is hard to win a party's nomination. the other thing he has not done is crack the african-american community. she won 3/4 of all african-american voters. in the south it was 2 to 1. the problem sanders has, two weaknesses converge in the northeast states in new york and pennsylvania and new jersey and later in maryland. it is open up to a large african-american population. although may is likely to look significantly better for him. >> that is a position and why you may see a tough bernie sanders. on the flip side, hillary
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clinton. what do you think she needs to do tonight? what do you expect to see? >> i think the grooves are cut pretty deep in the campaign. what we have seen so far is probably what we will get. she is going to emphasize her pragmatic ability to get things done through a clogged system. that appeals to her consistency. she is winning significantly among voters over 45. they are 60% of the primary voters. i think she will emphasize her scars and ability to drive change through the system. i think sanders said swing for the fences. one of the people introducing him said swing for the fences. one of the big lessons of the campaign, john, if you are talking about the blue collar voters flocking to trump or the young voters flocking to sanders. there are a lot of people frustrated enough that they're willing to consider alternatives that in the past, it would be
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beyond the pale with agenda and pedigree. there is something out there in terms of a candidate like clinton who is working more within the conventional system. there is something you have to hear in what is happening so far. >> we know bernie sanders is leaving after the debate to go to the vatican. is that good or bad? >> new york is a tough place for him. it is very hard to he see how he ultimately gets over the top. going to the vatican, these are national campaigns. the ability to deliver a message across the country from association with pope francis even indirectly is a positive for him. particularly with the latino vote which is critical in california and new mexico on that last day. it has been more open to him than the african-american vote. it is a good way to send a signal there. >> big cnn town hall last night. ted cruz down the hall from where we are right now answering questions from voters and anderson cooper. he had criticism for the trump campaign and trump team in the
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way they have been running things. listen to what ted cruz said. >> it is bizarre. donald and his team are become subjects in a clinical course in psychology. there are all sorts of different behaviors they display. one is projection. the conduct they do regularly they accuse everyone else of doing. >> on the subject of the trump team. two big pieces of news. he is bringing on rick wylie. a well known guy to direct the political operation for his campaign. and campaign manager corey lewandowski, a news conference today. he will not be charged with battery for whatever happened with that reporter from breitbart's michelle fields. >> it is kind of late. a lot of the organization had to happen months ago.
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the lack of organization in the non primaries which is hurting him would not matter as much if he was following the trajectory. the previous frontrunners are moving up. john mccain in 2008 hit 50% in 11 consecutive contests to drive mike huckabee from the contest. donald trump has not hit 50% in any state. he probably will in new york. if he had, his delegate numbers would look better than they do. with corey lewandowski, the standard for a crime, obviously, is one thing. i think a lot of the political damage has been done to him and donald trump when he tweeted the reporter was delusional. >> ron brownstein. happy debate day. >> happy debate day. new details leading up to the shooting death of former nfl player will smith. what the prosecutor is now saying. that story just ahead.
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welcome back. details in the death of former new orleans saints star will smith. lawyers are fighting over a
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loaded gun found in smith's suv. the question is why it took police days to find additional weapons. cnn's jean casarez picks up the story. >> reporter: john and lynda, the orleans parish coroner released a statement saying he was shot eight times. seven times in his back and one in the left side. the family attorney for will smith spoke yesterday for the first time saying raquel was shot two times. once in the right leg which broke her femur. the other if the left thigh. inside the vehicle of will smith, there was found a .9-millimeter handgun. it was fully loaded. none of the shots in the gun was
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fired. the family wanted to clear up the lies and distortions for cardell hayes attorney. smith did not have a gun in his hand or did not brandish a firearm when he was shot eight times. and the defense was calling a hit-and-run. no one in the car of will smith believed their mercedes benz suv touched in any way the hummer in front of them. so when they left that scene, they were not fleeing the scene of an accident because there was no accident. finally, raquel smith is still in the hospital at this point. the attorney says that they believe her physical wounds eventually will heal, but the emotional trauma may last a lifetime. john and lynda. >> jean casarez, thank you. time for an early start on your money. alison kosik. >> a mixed picture around the
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world. european markets are in the red. red arrows for u.s. markets at this hour as well. a great day for wall street yesterday. dow, nasdaq and s&p all closing at the highest levels of the year. the dow jumped 1% rising 187 points. adding to tuesday's gains. in just two days, the dow jumped more than 350 points. getting close to 18,000 again. the financial sector led the rally. we saw jpmorgan chase earnings report. wasn't too great, but it was just good enough. just good enough for a rally. today, we get profit reports from bank of america and wells fargo. this as first quarter season starts revving up. let's see what is coming up on "new day." chris cuomo is joining us now. a lot of hot talk, chris. >> a lot of hot talk, i believe you are stealing a phrase from me, john berman. i respect that.
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we are here at the brooklyn navy yard off the water with the wind howling and i'm sitting here just because. however, this is also the site of the big debate tonight. that will be held inside where sane people would be at this hour. there's a lot going on. this event last night that you have been covering brilliantly this morning that sanders had at washington square park was a big deal. he had tens of thousands. most of them were young. it was the message. there was an edge we hadn't seen before. an edge to sanders that we hadn't seen before. what does that mean for tonight? we will cover the republican side of the ball. there were shakeups on the republican team that didn't see coming. probably deeper. we will talk about the state of play there. why the changes are being made and what it means going forward. is that good enough for you, john berman, inside? >> all right. see you down there in a few minutes, chris. thanks.
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privacy fight, two high ranking senators pushing a bill to help fight terrorism. the proposal grants courts to give tech companies to get access to communication. that means apple would have to provide data to law enforcement in an inteligable form. and russian fighter jets and a navy aircraft in the baltic sea. this was released by the navy and an unarmed jet came within feet of the "uss donald cook" sunday night. this was the most aggressive action taken by the russian military in recent memory according to one official. we talked to matthew chance a while back. they are taking great risks there. >> they are the only one saying it is within regulation.
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against the anti-lgbt. the former drummer for the beatles is cancelling his june show in cary, north carolina. the star said he hates to disappoint fans, but has to stand against hatred. his decision follows bruce springsteen who canceled his concert there. paypal is pulling out from the expansion because of the law. and 50 of the biggest u.s. companies are hiding $1.4 trillion in offshore tax havens. according to an analysis from oxfam. all this is legal. so, big question is who is stashing the most money? apple. the technology giant is stashing more than $180 billion in the offshore subsidiaries.
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second is general electric. that is interesting. bernie sanders pointed out general electric as ruining the moral fabric of our country. seeing how much money is stashed offshore. it should have been apple. >> incredible on both sides. alison, thank you. congratulations to the golden state warriors. in just a few hours, bernie sanders and hillary clinton go face-to-face on the cnn debate sta stage. we are getting close. "new day" starts now. >> we can't just show up at election time and think that's enough. >> the crises are so severe. little step by little step is not enough. >> our diversity is a strength. not weakness. >> it is time to think boldly. it is time to think big. who is the most popular? donald trump. >> the last three weeks, he lost over and over again. >> it's a rigged system, folks. >> rules are not being changed in order to benefit anybody. >> the odds are looking more and
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more likely he can't get majority. >> these are the most dishonest people. the golden state warriors, they did it. >> it's official. number 73. the greatest regular season in nba history. >> this is "new day" with chris cuomo, alisyn camerota and michaela pereira. >> it's 6:00 in the east. we are in brooklyn at the famous navy yard, the site of toept's democratic debate, outside on the water, wind blowing, simply because, and michaela garecht, in the studio. the stakes could not be higher for the democrats. both candidates believe this is their moment and the tone has changed, and not in a good way.
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we will have the scoop for you. donald trump's campaign manager will not be prosecuted for grabbing that reporter's arm. and ted cruz last night accusing trump staff of acting like thugs. we have this race covered from every angle. let's begin with our senior correspondent, joe johns. what do we expect, joe? >> reporter: good morning, alisyn, big stage, big city. the candidates prepare for a face-off with everything on the line in brooklyn. >> i am so glad to be back in the bronx. >> reporter: rivals hillary clinton and bernie sanders hosting dueling new york rallies ahead of tonight's cnn presidential debate.

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