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beating over tea party challengers. it could mean problems for democrats in november. we are breaking down the breaking results live here on "early start." good morning, everyone. welcome to "early start." i'm poppy harlow in for christine romans. >> i'm john berman. election results 5:00 a.m. in the east. we do begin with big political news breaking overnight. voters in six states said no to tea party challengers making their choice for who they want to run in fall we are talking from congress to their state capitols. >> by far the biggest race of the night was kentucky where mitch mcconnell was facing off against matt bevin. he was expected to map a strong challenge. mcconnell ran hard. in the end, he held him off easily. now the five-term senator faces
a tougher fight in november against alison lungergan grimes. >> my opponent is in this race because barack obama and harry reid want her to be in this race. there's a reason, my friends, a reason every hollywood liberal is sending her a check. >> together, we will take this fight to mitch mcconnell and hold him accountable for his 30 years of failed leadership. >> in idaho, cnn projects republican congressman mike simpson has won his primary, one of many candidates to turn aside tea party backed candidates there. the house appropriations committee chairman faced a tough battle against bryan smith.
the internal fight between conservative groups. governor bush otter running against fulcher who tried to run as the more conservative candidate. >> the election in oregon pitting jeff merkley against monica wehby. she is a pediatric neurosurgeon rocked by revelations of harassment complaints of an ex-husband and former boyfriend. she topped a more conservative opponent. two establishment candidates holding off the somewhat tea party backed secretary of state. cnn projects david purdue and jack kingston were the top finishers. neither broke the 50% threshold. there were two conservative
congressmen who won the run off. whoever wins will face michelle nunn. she's the best chance for retaking the senate seat sam nunn once held. >> i would change is possible and we can do it. as i have been traveling across the state of georgia, i have been highlighting what washington can learn from georgia. you know what? i think washington is going to learn a thing or two from our campaign. >> the governor's race in georgia, jimmy carter's grandson will run. he is currently a state senator. two congressmen are set to face-off for the race in arkansas for the gubernatorial race there. democrat mike ross and hutchens won their primaries as the incumbent mark pryor will face
tom cotton. >> let's go to pennsylvania where chelsea clinton's mother-in-law lost. she picked up a quarter of the voters in the philadelphia district, a democratic district despite last minute campaigning for her by the clinton's. a businessman, tom wolf won the primary after pumping millions of his own dollars in that race. he will face tom corbett in the fall. corbett is one of the most vulnerable republicans in the country. let's get straight to paul steinhauser to break down the results. as we were talking earlier in the show, ads coming out this morning about november, right? >> no doubt about it. the race is on. remember the "star wars" movie, "the empire strikes back," well, it was the republicans who
struck back. the establishment candidates, the incumbents won out over the tea party backed candidates. that was not the case in 2010 and 2012 when they had big high profile wins in the primary. come november, they lost to democrats. republicans arguably lost five senate seats because of that. the establishment definitely striking back this time. how did they do it? well, they run smart campaigns and had a lot of outside help. the u.s. chamber of commerce put in $4 million into the kentucky, idaho and georgia contest backing their candidates there. what does this matter? come november, it improves the odds for the republicans when it comes to trying to take back the senate. they need six senate seats to win back the chamber. it's 55-45. we have two independents who caucus with the democrats. the democrats are defending 21
of the 36 senate seats up for grabs in november. what happened last night improves the republicans chances. >> mitch mcconnell, the minority leader from kentucky ran a smart campaign, a very expensive campaign. he took nothing for granted. it sets up what already seems like a heavyweight battle for november. >> we got an appetizer last night. if you listen to mcconnell and grimes, it was a taste of things to come. >> my opponent is in this race because barack obama and harry reid want her to be in this race. a vote for my opponent is a vote for obamacare. and the president who sold it to us on a mountain of lies. >> mitch mcconnell would have you believe that president obama is on kentucky's 2014 election ballot. well, let me set the record straight tonight for our senior senator who is out of touch with
the commonwealth of kentucky. president obama is not on kentucky's 2014 election ballot. >> poppy, as you mentioned, the ads are already going to start flying this morning. a pro-mcconnell superpac is going to spend $500,000 tieing grimes to president obama who is very unpopular in kentucky. you know what? $82 million was the record for the most expensive race two years ago in massachusetts. this contest shattered that record. stay tuned, the action is just starting. >> it is starting, not skipping beat. berman is excited about it. >> if i was a political consultant, i could retire. eight minutes after the hour. we have a warning about possible new terror threats against the united states. u.s. intelligence officials are seeing an up tick in the threat of al qaeda targets inside the united states.
barbara starr has the latest on this. >> reporter: poppy, john, a senior u.s. official tells me over the last six months they have seen an increasing series of al qaeda based threats suggesting the possibility of attacks against u.s. and person targets overseas and u.s. targets here at home. none of the threats have been valida validated. they don't think there are operational al qaeda cells here in the united states but they are very concerned about what this may mean about the growing strength of al qaeda. one place they are looking is right back in pakistan where al qaeda began. they believe there are operatives there, potentially planning attacks against u.s. and western interests. they also believe in syria. this is now a place where there are a growing number of americans, perhaps 70 to 100 who have gone there to fight.
al qaeda operatives in syria are aiming to get those people back into the united states or into europe. there is also the situation in yemen. the u.s. embassy has been closed there for several weeks. it looks like it's going to remain closed for several more days due to an active threat string. poppy? john? >> thanks for that. the obama administration release add secret memo outlining killing u.s. citizens for terrorism overseas. they acknowledged killing four americans in drone strikes since 2009. critics called for the release ever since. a senate vote is expected today concerning one of the memo's authors, a man nominated to a federal appeals court seat by president obama. a top white house aid assigned to the veteran affair
scandal. phoenix is where dozens of veterans may have died waiting for care at a facility there. they concealed deadly long waiting periods. the house will vote on legislation that republicans say should do something about the problem. >> we are bringing up a bill this week having to do with the mess at the veteran's administration and to try to provide the tools to the administration to hold senior managers accountable. the american people are frustrated, especially when those who served our country in uniform have been treated the way they have and have perished because of the mess at the v.a. >> 26 medical facilities are now under investigation. european stocks slightly lower. one stock to watch today is target.
the company recovering from the major data hack that affected up to 110 million customers. profill declined 46% last quarter. same store sales down 2.5%. so far this year, target fired the ceo greg steinhafel. he got a $16 million package. it's been a huge challenge for them to go international. it's cost them $900 million. i spoke with the man in charge now. here is what he said. >> we have seen our guests indicate they want to move on and get back to the relationship they had with target prior to the breach. 12 minutes after the hour. new revelations of how far donald sterling may have gone to cover up the racist remarks that got him banned from the nba.
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new details this morning about how l.a. clippers owner, donald sterling went to cover up racist comments that got him banned for life from the nba. according to the l.a. times, the nba claims sterling asked v. stiviano to say it wasn't sterling making the racist remarks on the tape. the other owners will vote. >> my confidence level is high that we are doing the right thing. i have the owners behind me. the timing is laid out in the nba constitution. we are following it to the letter in terms of numbers of days that mr. sterling has to respond and when the hearing will be held. i know we are doing the right thing here. >> sterling could ask for a
three-month extension to respond. the nba will not give him that. they accused him of destroying evidence in the case. actor michael jace is being held on the shooting death of his wife. the couple's two young sons are under the age of ten. they were coming home from little league practice. >> they were inside when the shots rang out. they were at least inside the home. they are now with family members. it's unfortunate that a domestic incident like this occurs. they lost their mom and now their dad is in jail and most likely will be in prison. >> horrible. jace who played a police officer in "the shield" called 911 immediately after the shooting and told the operator he just
shot his wife. >> officials in pennsylvania are expecting a rush of marriage licenses. the judge writing that same-sex couples deserve equal dignity and respect. he refused the ruling saying it takes effect immediately. they will not appeal. the governor is considering options. >> same-sex marriages in idaho remain on hold. a stay in the case until a hearing can be heard. they threw out the marriage ban calling it unconstitutional. the appeals court stepped in and a hearing date for september. dumbfounded and disappointed is how former chris christie aide responded when he heard of the traffic jam scandal. he says he knew nothing about it. he called it the work of a few
rogue individuals. scary pictures to show you right now. check this out. these clouds rolling into the city late afternoon bringing severe thunderstorms, hail, strong winds. some of that hail the size of baseballs, bigger than golf balls. no serious damage reported. indra petersons is here with more on that. how bad is it going to get out there? >> i'm still stuck on bigger than golf balls. >> baseball. >> baseballs. >> that eels what's scary, the up drafts. it's the time of year we are talking severe weather. today, the exact same spots will have the threat for severe weather. denver to west of wichita. from d.c. stretching back to st. louis, we are going to talk about the threat for severe weather. look at the map. two systems rolling through. one bringing showers in the northeast, the ohio valley. the other exiting out of colorado. that is still bringing another round of severe weather for the afternoon today. big delays if you are flying.
there is an upside to the system. notice where the exceptional drought is until the southern plains. look at the system moving through. finally, the heavier amounts of rain are going to be in that exact region. this is a huge upside. they need the rain badly. they will get it the next several days. they all went up. what does that mean? the severe threat is out there. making its way into the northeast. that's going to be the story as you look at the overnight hours. look for more of the rain hanging on all the way through friday and eventually clearing up by the weekend. memorial day, that's all you care about. gorgeous this weekend. we have to get to the rain first. a beautiful memorial day weekend. >> we'll take it. >> it will be gorgeous while we are inside here. >> speak for yourself. >> thanks so much.
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bleacher report. good morning, joe. >> good morning to you guys. this series, in my opinion is right where it should be. the pacers struggled against a couple playoff opponents, but we are tied 1-1 in the series. we are headed to miami. so far, the series has been intense. check this out in the fourth quarter. paul george said he blacked out for a moment on this play. dwyane wade's knee caught his head. 21 lead changes in last night's game. in the fourth quarter, it was all lebron and wade. the heat tie the series. the next two games are in miami. game two, the western conference finals on tnt. the spurs lead the series after
a win. the cleveland cavaliers will have the number one pick. this year, the cavs have a 1.7% of drawing that first pick. now, milwaukee who finished with the worst record in the nba will pick second. the 76ers who died the longest losing streak pick third. yankee's star pitcher finally lost a game last night. the big feel is it's his first loss in almost two years spanning back to his days in japan. he did strike out seven batters, gave up four runs and eight timely hits to the cubs who happen to have the worst record in baseball. >> yeah, this is one of several celebrations going on in minnesota yesterday. the nfl announced minnesota as the host site for the 2018 super bowl. why? well, the vikings are building a
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>> we are always that excited when we see you. 27 minutes after the hour. breaking news overnight. the republican establishment beating back tea party challengers. really important primary elections around the country that tell us so much about what we might see this coming november. could be trouble for democrats. we are breaking it all down after the break. ♪ here's a good one seattle... what did geico say to the mariner? we could save you a boatload! ♪ foghorn sounds loudly ♪ what's seattle's favorite noise? the puget sound! ♪ foghorn sounds loudly ♪ all right, never mind doesn't matter.
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and putting themselves in position, perhaps to take the senate from the democrats this november. we are breaking down the big primary races, live. welcome back to "early start." a lot to talk about. i'm john berman. >> i'm poppy harlow. it is 5:32 here on the east coast. some republicans breathing a sigh of relief this morning. others wondering what's happening. voters said no to tea party challengers almost across the board in six primary elections choosing to go with tried and tested picking incumbents over newcomers. it could be huge this fall. >> let's start with the biggest surprise. not that he won, but how easily mitch mcconnell won over bevin. now, a big, big fight begins. mcconnell will face the democratic secretary of state,
alison lungergan grimes. she's backed by many prominent democrats. mcconnell and grimes are trading serious bars. >> my opponent is in this race because barack obama and harry reid want her to be in this race. there's a reason, my friends, a reason every hollywood liberal is sending her a check. >> together, we will take this fight to mitch mcconnell and hold him accountable for his 30 years of failed leadership. >> a defeat for the tea party also in idaho. considered by many to be the centerpiece of this year's fight for control of the gop. cnn projects republican congressman mike simpson won his primary there turning aside the tea party backed lawyer, bryan smith. also governor butch otter appeared to be victorious in his
fight to run for another term. results show him leading by a significant margin against russ fulcher who campaigned as a more conservative candidate. a run off will determine who will run for saxby chambliss' seat. david purdue and kingston topped the list. the eventual victor will face michelle nunn in the fall. she's the daughter of sam nunn. democrats believe she may be the best chance for retaking the senate seat her father once held. democrat jeff merkley will face monica wehby in the fall. she claimed to be more conservative despite the
revelations of harassment complaints of an ex-boyfriend and husband. >> the governor's race in arkansas pits two former congressmen against each other. mike ross and hutchinson won their primaries as did mark pryor. he will face tom cotton in the fall as he tries to retain his street. >> chelsea clinton's mother-in-law will not be returning to congress in pennsylvania. marjorie margolies is lost despite last minute campaigning and robo calls by the clinton's. democratic voters chose tom wolf to go against corbett. wolf is a businessman and put millions of dollars of his own money in the race. he's one of the most vulnerable governors up for re-election this fall. >> what does this all mean? paul steinhauser joins us live
from washington. paul, we said the word dozens of times this morning, establishment. >> reporter: no doubt about it. it was a clean sweep for the establishment. you mentioned the marquee battles in kentucky, georgia, oregon and idaho. the establishment coming out on top. we saw a similar story line in texas and north carolina. what's going on here? why are they doing this? they are running smart campaigns, the establishment candidates, the incumbents. they are getting lot of help from outside groups. the u.s. chamber of commerce is spending $4 million to back candidates who won last night. it was a very different story in 2010 and 2012 elections when the tea party candidates won a lot of high profile contests. november, they lost to the democrats. republicans argue they lost five senate seats because of weak candidates come november. it could be a different story line this time around in november. here is the lay of the land. the democrats have a 55-45
majority. guess what guys? 21 of the 36 senate seats up for grabs, the democrats are defending with better, i guess you could say more establishment friendly republican candidates. the gops odds of winning back the senate, they have improved. in the primaries to come, the polls indicate the republicans have the upperhand over the tea party types. >> the fighting has already begun. the ads have started rolling out this morning. you were telling us earlier in the show, this could be the most expensive race we have seen? >> you are right. you are absolutely right. one pro-mcconnell group is going to spend $500,000 to run ads attacking alison grimes. the most expensive was in massachusetts, $82 million was spent. this race could top that by the time we get to november. we got a preview, an appetizer.
take a look at mcconnell, take a look at grimes. >> kentucky is not going to be deceived. alison lungergan grimes is president obama's candidate. >> mitch mcconnell, he wants to tell you who i am. i'm here to tell you tonight, my fellow people in kentucky, i am not an empty dress, i am not a rubber stamp and i am not a cheerleader. i am a strong, kentucky woman who is an independent thinker. >> within minutes of the race being called, some of the anti-establishment tea party groups came out immediately and said time to unite around mcconnell. it's interesting what's going on here. stay tuned. a lot of action to come. >> it is just beginning. appreciate the report. thanks so much, paul. other big news, cnn learned
the u.s. intelligence officials are pouring over new possible threats from al qaeda. the so-called threat stream is evolving and includes evidence of operational cells working toward an attack in this country. barbara starr has the latest. >> poppy, john, a seen your u.s. official tells me over the last six months they have seen an increasing series of al qaeda based threats suggesting the possibility of attacks against u.s. and western targets overseas and u.s. targets here at home. none of the threats have been validated. they don't think there are operational al qaeda cells here in the united states, but they are concerned about what it may mean about the growing strength of al qaeda. one place they are looking is right back in pakistan where al qaeda began. they believe there are operatives there potentially planning attacks against u.s. and western interests.
they also believe in syria. this is now a place where there are a growing number of americans, perhaps 70 to 100 who have gone there to fight and al qaeda operatives in syria have been aiming to try and get those people back into the united states or into europe. there is also the situation in yemen. the u.s. embassy has been closed there for several weeks. it looks like it's going to remain closed for several more days due to what officials are saying is an active threat stream. poppy? john? >> thanks to barbara starr for that. meantime, we could learn the obama administration's justifications in terror operations abroad. the white house will release a secret memo explaining their rational. they killed four americans in drone strikes since 2009.
what about the time sng the president nominating one of the authors. the senate is expected to vote on the nomination today. phoenix v.a. medical facility is getting a visit from a top u.s. aide. as the scandal grows beyond phoenix, the house is taking up new legislation the republicans say will help. >> we all should be bringing up a bill this week having to do with the mess of the veterans administration and to try to provide the tools to the administration to hold senior managers accountable. the american people are frustrated, especially when those who have served our country in uniform have been treated the way they have and god forbid who have perished because of the mess at the v.a.
>> 26 facilities are now being investigated. time for a check at the markets. slightly higher in europe. mcdonalds facing a wave of protests today. workers are expected to protest outside chicago asking for higher wages. this follows a global strike at fast foods chains last week asking for them to raise the minimum wage to $15 an hour. fast food workers make an average of $9.09. it's above the federal minimum wage. mcdonald's is holding a shareholder meeting tomorrow. we are expecting more protests then. wages to food health to how much the ceo is paid. 42 minutes after the hour. new details this morning on how donald sterling tried to cover up the racist remarks that got him banned for life from the
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well, the nba claiming donald sterling tried to cover up the racest comment that is got him banned from the league for life. according to the l.a. times the nba alleged sterling asked v. stiviano to lie to investigators saying she altered the recording and it wasn't him on the tape. team owners will vote on terminating him from the clippers. adam silver said in a press conference, it is full steam ahead. >> my confidence level is high. i know we are doing the right thing and the owners are behind me. the time sg laid out in the nba constitution. we are following it to the letter in terms of number of days that mr. sterling has to respond and then when the hearing will be held. i know we are doing the right thing here. >> the nba accuses sterling of
destroying evidence in the case. let's look at what's coming up on "new day." the knowledgeable and frag rant chris cuomo. >> well said. it was a big night for gop. the grand old party has reason to celebrate. beat back tea party rivals. we break it down the implications overnight and what happens in the senate in the upcoming elections. you are looking at the man there, senate minority leader, mitch mcckoconnellcconnell. what about the general? he has an interesting race. carter, happens to be the grandson of former president, jimmy carter. plus, a story stirring outrage. a wealthy businessman convicted of his seventh dui sentences to, wait for it, an orange face. no, sentences to work release. got permission to attend the
super bowl. how is this fairness under the law? is it proof of two-tier justice? also, barely a day goes by that john berman does not tell me to grow a pair and now a mayor is echoing his sentiment in california saying bullying has made our kids soft. john berman, is he a relative? do you have family in california? >> no, but it's an interesting story. i can't wait to hear the lawyers explanation for the drunk driver. >> hopefully his lawyer will be able to explain why it's okay. >> people have been asking, if this is is case of affluenza. >> coming up, ex-nfl players accusing the league of putting their lives in jeopardy with
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staples, tj maxx reporting worse than expected earnings. watch netflix. they are education up and downing their service in europe, germany and france and four other countries, the group in yellow. they first launched in europe in 2012. the countries in red is where it already operates. they have more users in the united states, but streaming video is slower to catch on than here. general motors in the news again putting 2.4 million cars on the retail list. 1.3 million of them are newer model cars and crossover suvs. older model cars are being recalled because of a transmission problem. gm recalled 13.6 million vehicles in the u.s. alone this year. the most serious being that ignition switch defect that led to 13 deaths. the company learned of that defect years before, a decade
before they issued a recall. that is why we are seeing, john, all the recalls in front of it so they don't face the issues of fines and the investigation. >> you get a sense if they are going to have so many recalls in a year, get it all out of the way in this calendar year. it won't make the bottom like that much worse. >> they are being very >> breaking overnight, the establishment strikes back in the biggest day of voting so far, the tea party is beaten back. who won? who lost? will it mean a shift in power in november? we break it all down. new allegations that donald sterling asked his mistress to lie to nba investigators and new information about whether or not he and his wife really are separated. we have the very latest.
not so happy, the video that went viral across the world, young iranians dancing to "happy" has landed them in jail, forced to apologize on state tv. farrell is now weighing in. your "new day" starts right now. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com good morning, welcome to "new day." a huge night in politics. voters in six states have spoken and issued a stern rebuke to the tea party. we'll break it down for you. establishment republicans came out on top in all the primary races. most notably kentucky where senate minority leader mitch mcconnell easily beat back a challenge from matt bevin. mcconnell will face a tough challenge in the fall. kentucky secretary of state allison