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if you are getting iced coffee, you think you are getting ice in it. >> the entire cup is not filled with ice. >> there is coffee in it, too, i suppose. you have to have both. "early start" continues right now. is indiana the last stand for ted cruz? donald trump, he says the race is over if he wins indiana. ted cruz, though, he vows to fight on. bernie sanders laying out his path to victory. how he thinks he can beat hillary clinton to the democratic nomination. breaking overnight. may day marches turn violent in seattle. police clashing with protesters. we have new video. d good morning. welcome to "early start." i'm john berman. >> i'm alison kosik. the race for the republican nomination is over says donald trump. if he wins the indiana primary
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tomorrow. the poll shows trump with a double digit lead in indiana. many see this state as a must win for ted cruz. both men have events across the state today. cnn's jessica schneider is with the trump campaign. >> reporter: john and alison. a rally in ft. wayne where donald trump promised to bring jackson back to the state. he used harsh words against china saying it has raped the u.s. economy. donald trump also returning to his usual rhetoric about lying ted cruz. donald trump slammed the alliance between john kasich and ted cruz. calling it all part of the rigged political system. donald trump also seized on heidi cruz's words that her husband is an immigrant. of course, donald trump conceded that heidi cruz was likely just referring to the senator's cuban roots. >> heidi cruz, nice woman.
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said my husband -- you heard about this, right -- my husband's an immigrant. right? is an immigrant. that's what i've been saying. i think she was trying to say -- she was trying to put a little bit of a latin turn on it. he was born in canada. one thing i tell you, number one, he can't win. he has no path to win. if he had a path to win, which he doesn't, he has very few votes and delegates. i have been saying, he wasn't born in this country. the first thing the democrats would do, assuming he won, which he won't. i'm not playing that card. they will bring a lawsuit against him. >> reporter: trump did pull back a bit on the harsh tone saying he wants the party to come together and saying that in the general election he will be raising money for the republican party as well as congressional candidates and he urged this crowd please let's focus on hillary. >> you know the republican party has to come together, folks. if it doesn't come together, it
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will be hard. i'll tell you this, i'll tell you this, they said if it doesn't come togethe, does that mean you can't win? no, i think i can win. do you think it helps jeb bush? what is that? two votes? jeb and his wife. seriously. i don't think it matters. it would be nice to have the republican party come together. with that being said, i think i'll win anyway. i think i'll win new york state. i think i'll win michigan. >> reporter: donald trump has declared this race over. he says there is no road to victory for ted cruz or john kasich. of course, donald trump touting that 15-point lead he has in the polls going into tuesday's primary. john and alison. >> jessica, thank you so much. let's talk about indiana. this could be everything. cnn's managing editor zach wolf joins us.
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good morning. this new poll sent shockwaves through t this weekend. just days before the indiana primary. a stated cruz says he pretty much needs to win. >> that's right. you know, polls pretty recently shown a tighter race. this suggests, this poll suggests, some change in the landscape there. that would not be a good thing for ted cruz. he tried to change this narrative for trump who won five or six straight contests and is looking to sort of put it away in indiana. there's not that many left. just ten races left. cruz has mathematically eliminated from clinching the nomination. he is looking for a contested convention and deny trump the ability to get majority of delegates before that. this would not help if he is
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unable to perform in indiana tomorrow. >> zach, a win would bring new life to ted cruz's campaign. what would ted cruz's next step be if he loses indiana? >> he is already looking for a moon shot. he needs to get to the contested convention. he needs to make sure that he can get there and fight this on the convention floor. if trump wins in indiana, builds on his delegate lead, it is that much harder for cruz and to some extent john kasich to argue in favor of a contested convention. it will seem if they win, if trump wins, like the republican electorate is breaking toward him. >> ted cruz struck a deal with john kasich in indiana. ted cruz picked a running mate in indiana. ted cruz picked up the endorsement from indiana's governor. he had everything going. tried everything. if he doesn't win there, it will
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still be embarrassing for the campaign after everything they have done. let's turn to the democrats. bernie sanders talking about how he will go forward in the race. the race in indiana very tight. for the first time in a long time, we heard bernie sanders talking about delegates again and how he feels he should get the super delegates from the states he won. he sees a path still, although a narrow path. listen. >> for us to win the practice majority of pledged delegates, we need to win 710 out of the remaining 1,083. that is 65% of the remaining pledged delegates. that is admittedly, i do not deny it for a second, a tough road to climb. >> he says he is going to try to climb it, which is interesting, zach, over the last week after the loss of the five states in the mid-atlantic.
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he stopped talking so much about winning. is this a shift back toward the idea that he will challenge clinton to the convention? >> he still wants to do well in prime minist primaries. he probably has an eye there. it is really interesting. democrats started looking more to the general election. she has a strong delegate lead herself. if you count unpledged delegates. the super delegates for democrats, the party grandees and members of congress and people like that, who can vote however they want. she has a very strong lead. it's much smaller if you don't count those people. a lot of them have publicly supported her. he said if i won a state, i should automatically get the super delegates. unfortunately, that's not the way the democratic rules work right now. >> zach, we would be remiss if
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we didn't mention the correspondents dinner. president obama doing his best comedian in chief. >> you have to admit it though, hillary trying to appeal to young voters is a little bit like your relative who just signed up for facebook. you know? dear america, did you get my poke? is it appearing on your wall? i'm not sure i'm using this right. love aunt hillary. >> he was really good. he was funny. he was an equal opportunity jokester. obviously he had a joke for hillary and a joke or two for trump. hillary taking it on the chin. she tweeted later she was good with it. nice job last night. aunt hillary approves. how effective is president obama in doing this to help hillary's cause? >> i don't think he was trying to help anybody at the
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correspondents' dinner. nobody was spared. he had harsher words for trump and cruz. that is the time where people take the night off from politicking. i don't think if anybody can help hillary clinton with young voters. it is a consistent problem with her. let's not forget the guy older than her and from vermont is doing better with younger voters. >> zach wolf and a spooky foggy washington, d.c. for us. thank you, zach. donald trump will be live on cnn this morning on "new day." during the 7:00 hour. you don't want to miss that. time for an early start on your money. asian markets closed lower. european markets following their lead. here in the u.s., futures slightly higher. hoping to turn around from friday's losses. the dow fell 56 points friday.
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fireworks were setoff and windows smashed. police made nine arrests, but not before using tear gas to control the crowd. five officers were injured by hurled rocks and molotov cocktails. this man was among many in the crowd seeking medical attention. >> my throat hurts. i need a doctor. >> the mayor and police chief visited the injured officers at the hospital last night and condemned the violence. the family of prince heading to court in minnesota this morning. a probate hearing will determine what happens to the late singer's estate. a source with first hand knowledge tells cnn that suggestions with siblings have been contentious. let's get more from sara sidner. >> reporter: john and alison, we talked to alfred jackson. prince's older half brother. they share the same mother. he talked about his relationship with prince. also talked about how he found
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out he died. he learned from watching the news and shocked and hurt. he talked how he was able to look inside paisley park after prince's death. >> mr. jackson and i had a special two-hour tour of paisley park. it allowed mr. jackson to personally grieve and personally feel the warmth of prince's spirit. the doves and everything. >> what was it like taking a tour of paisley park after your brother died? >> we look at the premises. inside paisley park. we have seen the vault door, but we never entered. >> what was the experience like? >> he is just a genius the way he had that. he really is. >> when you looked around. it looked like the work of a genius? >> yeah. >> what were you feeling at the
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time? >> i felt great. i was hoping he was still living. >> reporter: we now know the rumored vault exists. a source familiar with the discussions going with the estate say the vault has not been opened. the family is expected to be in court later this morning to hash out details of how to deal with the estate. john, alison. sara, thank you. a tragic fire destroyed a 160-year-old new york city church. almost 200 firefighters responded to the call last night at the serbian orthodox cathedral. it took three hours to beat back the flames. the historic building was gutted. nobody was hurt. officials don't know how the fire started. such a loss. beautiful church. more than 40 detroit public schools will be closed today as teachers in the city participate in a union sickout. the director from the union
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but can bernie sanders take her on in indiana? what he needs to do to stop her march. may day marches end in violence in seattle. dramatic video ahead. welcome back to "early start." i'm alison kosik. >> i'm john berman. 31 minutes past the hour. donald trump says the race for the republican nomination is over if he wins the indiana primary tomorrow. polls show trump with a double digit lead there. many see the state as a must-win for ted cruz. both men have events across the state today. we have jessica schneider with more. >> reporter: john and alison, donald trump promised to bring jobs back to the state and he also used harsh words against china saying it had raped the u.s. economy. donald trump returning to his usual rhetoric about lying ted cruz. donald trump slammed the
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alliance between john kasich and ted cruz. calling it part of the rigged political system. donald trump seized on heidi cruz's words that her husband is an immigrant. of course, donald trump conceded that heidi cruz was likely referring to the senator's cuban roots. >> heidi cruz, nice woman, said my husband, you heard this. my husband's an immigrant. all right? is an immigrant. that's what i've been saying. except a lot of people -- i think she was trying to put the little bit of a latin turn on it. he was born in canada. one thing i tell you. number one, he can't win. no path to win. even if he had a path to win, which he doesn't, he have few votes and few delegates. i was saying he wasn't born in this country. the first thing the democrats would do, assuming he won, which he won't.
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i'm not playing that card. they will bring a lawsuit against him. >> reporter: trump pulled back and saying he wants to bring the party together. in the general election, he would raise money for the republican party and congressional candidates. he urged this crowd. please let's focus on hillary. >> the republican party has to come together, folks. if it doesn't come together, it will be hard. i'll tell you this. i'll tell you this, if it doesn't come together, does that mean you can't win? does that help jeb bush? that's two votes? jeb and his wife. seriously. i don't think it matters. it would be nice to have the republican party come together. with that being said, i think i'll win anyway. i think i'll win new york state. i think i'll win michigan. i think i'll win many states. >> reporter: donald trump has declared this race over. he says there is no road to
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victory for ted cruz or john kasich. of course, donald trump touting that 15-point lead he has in the polls going into tuesday's primary. thank you, jessica. let's get help for the fight in indiana with digital managing editor zach wolf. good morning, zach. >> good morning. >> let's talk about the poll. it is stunning. let's put up the numbers and show the double digit lead donald trump has over ted cruz and all of the talk if the poll is right, the primary process is over. it's over for cruz. is this really true? >> you know, we have to see. i think cruz will probably want to continue on for a while. his entire reason for being in the campaign at this point is to get to a contested convention. he has thrown everything against the wall in indiana trying to stop donald trump's momentum. he got the governor's endorsement there.
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he announced his vice presidential pick. he has done just about everything he possibly could. if he does all that and he cannot win and in fact loses, that will be really hard for him to make a similar pitch going into some of the other final races. it certainly has a feeling if this poll is correct. we have to wait and see. like the republican electorate is starting to break a bit if this is true. >> you mentioned ted cruz throwing everything at the wall. including the deal with john kasich, which polls badly in the wall street journal poll. people did not like the idea of two candidates reaching a deal. listen to what cruz is talking about on the strump. he is talking about mike tyson. >> and this is a choice for the people of indiana. do we stand with carly fiorina
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and governor mike pens pence or do we stand with a convicted rapist mike tyson? >> the language you are hearing from ted cruz. other language we heard over the weekend, he went saying it is all about indiana to now california. it's all about california. it's going to come down to california, which votes on june 7th. they had their convention this weekend. >> they were not awarding delegates. they were putting forward slates of delegates. the race in particular, ted cruz did pick carly fiorina. she ran in california. she did not win the race in california, but won a tough primary. that's the largest delegate pot of the calendar. they save it for the last day. it is not likely that trump can
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clinch the nomination until that california vote on june 7th. >> the delegates have been all the talk this political season. something we don't see getting stuck in the mud. we see donald trump harping on what he is calling a rigged system. we saw this yesterday during a rally in indiana. let's go to what he said and come back on the back side. >> it's all a rigged system. for instancinstance, i won in a. i won everything. these guys are trying to get votes on the second ballot. jan brewer, the governor, she got thrown off. it is all rigged by the professionals. it is all rigged by the bosses. it is a disgrace. >> so this falls in line with his being the outsider and not of the establishment. talking about the system. how much does this really continue to resonate with voters? >> i think it really does. you know, donald trump is playing the game, too. he has staffers in the states
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trying to get the same friendly delegates at the convention that ted cruz and john kasich are. he is playing the game. he is coming at it from a different spot. the outsider candidate. i think a lot of the people we are seeing in polls, people are angry with the party and angry with washington. the idea donald trump could win in arizona, but ted cruz has friendly delegates. it doesn't sit well. >> talk about the democratic race a bit. bernie sanders has been out, zach, talking about super delegates. suggesting super delegates that come from states that he won should actually vote for him at the convention. do you think that's persuasive at this point or too late for that argument? >> i think it is too late. a lot of the super delegates publicly supported hillary clinton. she laid that ground work for a long time leading up to this election. you know, most of the races have
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already occurred. they already happened. sanders did rack up huge victories in these places. the argument that the super delegates there might make sense from a democratic point of view, but the rules are not democratic. they allow for the super delegates to choose whoever they want. that is a cooling agent for some of the stuff that comes out of the caucuses and primaries. >> and speaking of hillary clinton. she was the butt of a very funny joke at the white house correspondents' dinner. listen to this. >> you have to admit it though, hillary trying to appeal to young voters is a little bit like your relative who just signed up for facebook. you know? dear america, did you get my poke? is it appearing on your wall? i'm not sure i'm using this right. love, aunt hillary. >> all right. that was really funny. we saw later that she tweeted
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out basically saying nice job and hillary approves. the reality here is she doesn't resonate with young voters. that's a huge issue. >> it is. it's been a huge issue for her. the enigma of the cycle as the older senator is actually doing better with younger voters. she has continued to have problems with this. if she will reestablish that obama coalition that brought him into office in 2008 and 2012, she has to find a way to ignite the excitement of the young voters. it will not happen while bernie sanders is doing well on college campuses and places like that. she is hoping to pivot some day soon. she needs to put it away. i will say to barack obama, i'm not sure young kids are on facebook anymore. >> it is all the snapchat i hear. zach, thank you. donald trump is going to be live this morning here on cnn. he will be here during the 7:00
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breaking overnight. what started as a peaceful demonstration, escalated to a may day protest on the streets of seattle. fireworks were setoff and windows were smashed. police made at least nine arrests, but not before using tear gas to control the crowd. five officers were injured by hurled rocks and spray paint and molotov cocktails. this man you are about to see was among many in the crowd seeking medical attention. >> my throat hurts. i need a doctor. >> the mayor and police chief visiting the injured officers at the hospital last night. prince's family is heading
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to are court this morning in minnesota. a probate hearing will determine what becomes of the late singer's estate. estate including a vault with unreleased songs. a source with first hand knowledge tells cnn initial discussions with the siblings have been contentious. we get more from cnn's sara sidner. >> reporter: john and alison, we talked to alfred jackson. prince's older half brother. they share the same mother. he talked about his relationship with prince, but talked how he found out how he died. he heard it from the news and was shocked. >> mr. jackson and i had a special two-hour supervised tour. it allowed mr. jackson to
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personally grieve and personally feel the warmth of prince's spirit and doves and everything. >> what was it like taking a tour of paisley park after your brother died? >> we look at the whole premises inside paisley park. we have seen the vault door, but we never entered. >> what was the experience like? >> he is just a genius the way he had that. he really is. >> when you looked around, it looked like the work of a genius? >> yeah. >> what were you feeling at the time? >> i felt great. i was hoping he was still living. i want him to still be with me. >> reporter: we now know the rumored vault exists. a source familiar with the discussions going on over the estate says the vault has not been opened. the family expected to be in court this morning to hash out the details of dealing with prince's estate. john and alison. sara, thank you.
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a tragic fire destroyed a 160-year-old new york city church. almost 200 firefighters responded to the call last night at the serbian orthodox cathedral. it took three hours to beat back the flames you are seeing here. the historic building was gutted. officials don't know what started the fire. more than 40 detroit public schools are closed today as teachers in the city participate in the union sickout. the director from the union encouraging teachers to call in sick. it comes the day after the school district informed the union is unable to pay employee after june 30th. the teachers have been complaining for years of the dilapidated buildings. the district is calling on the lawmakers to pass an education reform package or all summer
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programs will be suspended. and the carnival cruise ship "adonia" will ship out for cuba. this is the first cruise in years after the diplomatic ties were restored. the first person off the ship is arnie perez. he is among the handful of travelers born in cuba on the ship. let's see what is coming up on "new day." alisyn camerota joins us. >> good morning, alison. we will talk about the may day protests in seattle. protesters throwing rocks molotov cocktails at police. and one day to go before the primary in indiana. donald trump says if he wins there, the gop race is over. republican frontrunner joins us live at 7:30 eastern.
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also, a panel of women voters on hand all morning. what do they think about the candidate's rhetoric about female voters? we will ask them, alison. >> really good stuff. i can't wait to hear the trump interview. always exciting. >> thanks. so does your starbucks drink has too much ice and not enough drink? why one chicago customer is taking on the coffee giant. we will have an early start on your money next. i'm terrible at golf. he is. but i'd like to keep being terrible at golf
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happening now. world leaders in geneva hoping to resurrect a cease-fire that has all but collapsed in syria. the u.n. warning the situation in aleppo has turned catastrophic after a deadly air strike killed 50 people. among the dead are doctors and
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nurses. secretary of state john kerry calling it a deliberate act. let's bring in senior correspondent frederik pleitgen. you think back, fred, the united nations security council calling for a cease-fire. that is not being abided by. what does john kerry think he can do differently this time? >> reporter: he certainly, alison, wants to revive the cease-fire and the group he is calling on is the russians. they are the main backer of bashar al assad. one thing that john kerry said he expects the russians to be constructive in the process. he expects them to put pressure on the assad government to stop the air bombardments in aleppo. the situation is devastating. 250 people have died in the past
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couple days. they have been using surface-to-surface missiles. many believe if the cease-fire falls apart in aleppo, it could fall apart in the country and you could have full-scale war. the russians have said that they didn't want to put pressure on the assad government. they say the assad government is bombing nusra. the offshoot of al qaeda. the russians say they are in negotiations for the cease-fire in aleppo. we have to wait and see how it goes. a lot on the secretary of state's plate to make sure the cease-fire doesn't completely fall apart. >> thank you, fred. we have a look at the market. last week, stocks suffered the worst week since the february freakout. wall street is coping with the
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worst stretch for corporate profits since the crisis. the fall in oil prices has hit oil companies hard. exxon mobile saying the profits fell more than 60% for the first quarter. we're going to hear from more companies reporting earnings this week. hearing from sprint, tesla and kraft. after 17 drawings and no winner, the current jackpot for the national powerball is $348 million. that amount is available if you choose to take the money over 30 years. the popular lump sum option is a cash value of $226 million. the next drawing is wednesday, but your chances of winning are not so great. each ticket has a 1 in 292 million shot. one starbucks customer in chicago is unhappy and she is filing a lawsuit. $5 million lawsuit against the coffee chain accusing it of
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using too much ice in its cold drinks. the suit claims the number of ounces starbucks advertises is only right once ice is added to the drink. for example here, a venti drink is advertised at 24 ounces. the suit claims it has 14 ounces of actual liquid. the rest is ice. starbucks said, quote, our customers understand and expect that ice is an essential component of any iced beverage. "new day" starts now. turning violent in seattle. >> it's unfortunate that this happened. >> got to go! >> i need a doctor. if we win indiana, it's over. >> i'm goin' to do everything i can to get the nomination wrapped up. >> that is a tough road to climb, but it is not an impossible road.
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>> behind the donald trump mask is hillary clinton. >> this hateful talk. >> enough -- enough! >> we win, then we can focus on crooked hillary. please, let's focus on hillary. >> the united states has conducted an operation that killed osama bin laden. >> we had not looked at it through rose colored glasses. we knew the risks involved. >> announcer: this is "new day" with chris cuomo and alisyn camerota. all righty. good morning. welcome to your "new day." it is monday, may 2nd. 6:00 in the east. j.b. joining us this morning and just 24 all-important hours from voters headed to the polls in indiana. this state could be do or die for several of the underdos. you got donald trump and hillary clinton continuing to spar over his controversial woman card attack, but will that mean in this primary coming up in our next hour, what will that mean? donald trump will make the case
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for himself live, right here. >> and talk to a panel of republican women about what they think of the candidate's words regarding female voters. great to have you in studio. stand by. we begin with breaking news. violent protests breaking out on the streets of seattle overnight. what started as a peaceful demonstration, escalated to police in riot gear. some throwing rocks, molotov cocktails, smashing windows. several protestors and police officers have been injured. we have the details. >> reporter: hey, alisyn, the festivities turned into mayhem. a group of protestors that started throwing things at police. when it was all over, several officers injured and at least nine people arrested. >> there it is! >> reporter: flash grenades

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