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response is the u.s. is not innocent. and tom brady with the comeback to win super bowl vl. we go live to houston where patriots fans are celebrating and falcons fans are trying to figure out what happened. good morning. welcome to "early start." i'm christine romans. >> i'm miguel marquez. it is monday, february 6th. i almost said friday. 5:00 a.m. here on the east. it is super super bowl. tom brady the first quarterback to win five championships. he did it in epic fashion bringing the patriots back from the 25--point deficit late in the third quarter for a stunning 34-28 victory over the falcons. we will have more on the stunning comeback for you in a moment. attorneys for washington state and minnesota filed legal papers with the ninth circuit court of appeals beating the 4:00 a.m. deadline. they are trying to keep the
suspension in tact on president trump's refugee and travel ban. the ban halted four days ago by u.s. district court judge james robart. that prompted angry twitter attacks by the president of the united states. some republicans and democrats are blasting the president for his criticism of the judge. and the u.s. has been just as bad an actor as russia and vladimir putin according to the president. we have more from suzanne malveaux. >> reporter: after just the first two weeks in office, president trump preparing now for a judicial showdown over the travel ban by executive order can stand. to the dismay of democrats and republicans, president trump disparaged the judge who suspended the ban through tweets who said the so-called judge made a ridiculous move. cannot believe the so-called
judge put our country in peril. this could become an issue for republicans trying to get the 60 votes necessary in the senate to confirm trump's pick for supreme court justice neil gorsuch. also republicans publicly distancing themselves from trump's comments are russion ru. he suggested there was a moral equivalency between the u.s. and putin. >> i respect a lot of people. that doesn't mean i will get along with him. he is a leader of his country. i say it is better to get along with russia than not. if russia helps us in the fight against isis which is a major fight, and islamic terrorism all over the world, that's a good thing. will i get along with him? i have no idea. >> putin's a killer. >> a lot of killers. you think our country's so innocent? you think our country's so
innocent? >> i don't know any government leaders that are killers. >> look at what we have done. >> reporter: nancy pelosi is now calling for a normal investigation in a trump and putin relationship. monday, donald trump makes the first public address to the u.s. troops when he goes to macdill air force base if tampn tampa. thank you, suzanne malveaux. expect a flurry of legal activity today in the battle over the president's travel ban. the justice department expected to file legal briefs by 6:00 p.m. tonight in the fight to lift thejudge's suspension of the federal order. let's bring in laura jarrett with more. >> reporter: a lot of activity in the fast-moving case. the washington state attorney general's office has just filed its response to the justice
department motion to try to get the travel ban reinstated. they argued government must show that it was irreparably harmed. they say the seattle judge's suspension of the executive order doesn't make any sense to try to say the government has been irreparably harmed by that. it would just be returning to the pre-executive order state of affairs. how can that be harmful is what washington is saying. the filing includes high profile names. a declaration filed by former national security and state department officials such as former secretary of state mad line albright and john kerry. there is no national security purpose for it. later today, a response from the justice department and then in the hands of the ninth circuit. >> that may be the most amazing
things about this. the trump administration hasn't ever indicated what the actual problem was with the current vetting system that we have out there. laura jarret in washington, thank you. >> let's bring in eugene scott joining us here in new york. and we have shannon pettypiece. the travel ban. the president of the united states tweeting about a district court judge. the feud with the judge. a lot of republicans were alarmed by that. you look at some of the tweets. i have instructed homeland security to vet our people coming into the country carefully. i cannot believe a judge will put our country in peril. if something happened, blame him. the opinion of this so-called judge, which takes law enforcement away from our country is ridiculous and will
be overturned. how remarkable is this for the president of the united states to be in a feud with a judge? >> it's a huge deal. this is not our first time hearing donald trump attack a judge that he thought was going to rule differently than he wanted. this is the first time he has done it as president of the united states. i think we have not seen the trump administration display understanding of is that we he do operate in a system of checks and balances. one of the big criticisms of the situation is donald trump did not take a team approach checking with people who have expertise in areas about the best way to roll this out. i think the fact that he saw pushback from a federal judge show how frustrated he was with all of it. >> the fact that he tweeted that if there is something that happens here, it is this judge's fault. it is meant to chill the
judiciary. it is very specific. >> the thing that is shocking about all of that, we have repeated documents and policy papers and articles on cnn.com that show that we don't have records of terrorist attacks coming from refugees in the first place. his argument that this judge could be responsible for something that we have not seen happen is just odd. >> he likes to use the boston bombers as an example. they were radicalized here, but granted asylum. shannon, let me go to you. you think this is recoiling. the republicans yesterday, some of them upset about the moral equivalency of the united states and russia. particularly vladimir putin on this. let's listen to mitch mcconnell on "state of the union." >> putin is a former kgb agent.
he is a thug. he was not elected in a way that most people would consider a credible election. the russian annexed crimea and invaded ukraine and messed with our elections. there is not equivalency with the russians and the way they conducted themselves and the way the united states does. >> i'm just playing this sound. there is a lot of other sound from republicans who stayed out of the fray, john kasich for example. what do you make of the republican response here? >> it's coming at a time when republicans really need to be united if they are going to get a souupreme court justice throu and the rest of the cabinet. we don't have a date scheduled for big cabinet positions like hhs. not to mention trying to get through policy things like tax reform or replacement for
obamacare. last weekend, there was a dissent over the travel ban. now the putin comments. bring out a new crop of republicans. although the republicans control the house and senate, they control the senate by a thin margin. 52 votes. they need a united front and the president's actions in the past weeks have made the republican party more divided. >> i take it, shannon, if they continue down this road, the chances for dealing with substantive issues like obamacare and massive tax plan they want to enact, all of those things will besi side tracked b things that don't matter. >> on the hill right now, it is moving to gridlock. the battle over the cabinet secretaries. democrats are boycotting them. they cannot get unity on that. until they get the nominees through, they will not deal with health reform or tax reform.
now you add a supreme court justice into the mix. that may be in a different time the democrats would have come and said okay. we'll move this along. given after last week's actions and remarks this week, it is getting in the democrats on board an impossible feat. >> given you now have the president attacking the judiciary with a supreme court justice process coming up is going to be a very tricky one indeed. >> shannon, thank you. eugene, come back. shannon, i'll ask if there are questions at the podium for sean spicer after "snl." >> will he have a squirt gun? markets higher around the world. european markets and futures with a strong lead. the dow above 20,000. the economy added 227,000 jobs
in january. jobless rate up to 4.8%. more people started looking for work. this is week three of the trump presidency. everyone waiting for the pivot. so far, the winners are wall street. trump took the steps to dismantle dodd-frank to put in place to safeguard another against financial crisis. jpmorgan chase up 3% and goldman sachs up 4%. >> good for the banks. a heart-stopping finish to super bowl li. tom brady engineering a comeback for the ages. from a 25-point deficit to win his fifth super bowl wing. we have coy wire with the reaction when "early start" comes back. taxeseesclud get 4 lines of unlimited lte data for 40 bucks each. all unlimited. all in! switch to t-mobile today.
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the historic finish. how are you doing, coy? surviving? >> come on. you just couldn't let me go and talk about the patriots. i know what you are implying. i'm a former atlanta falcon. i was sick to my stomach. i got to catch up with the guys afterwards. what an incredible game. tom brady. a record fourth super bowl mvp. fifth time champion. more than any other quarterback in history. it wasn't just what he did, but how he did it. tom brady solidifying himself as the greatest. down in the fourth quarter. julian edelman which is jaw dropping. how did he catch this? no one knows. he did. the patriots go on to score. they would still need to go for two. and tom brady, there he is, finding danny amendola. fighting that ball across the line. this was the first ever super bowl overtime that we go to and
you could feel it as soon as the pats won the coin toss. toss to james white with the greatest comeback in super bowl history. down 25 points. no team had come back from more than 10 points. brady after the game was overcome with emotion. you could see it. he was seen kissing his wife. there was a lot of tears flowing. his mother battling health issues. you see her in the blue head scarf. she hadn't made it to a game all season. they were there to watch their son as the greatest of all time. here is brady letting out emotions after the game. answers from big name folks when i asked them about the g.o.a.t. >> thank you to our fans. everyone back in boston, new england, we love you. you have been with us all year. we're bringing this sucker home! >> i think what happened the
first four games engaged fans more. they know we weren't treated fairly. you know, we had a chance to go through the year and i think results speak for themselves. >> this is the biggest stage and he always steps up on the biggest stage and plays unbelievable. to bring that team back. unbelievable. >> brady is the best ever. belichick is too. >> reporter: now we cut off what gronk did. he started yelling in the camera. what a performance. something else that was fun to see in person. lady gaga. tearing up the halftime show. literally. this was makinged hair th ethe not have stand up. at one point, they had everyone in the audience hold up the cell phone flashlights. it looked like the movie
"avatar." lady gaga absolutely brought it. the twitterverse had a fun time. >> i love that coy wire is in a magical world. that is awesome. >> thank you, coy. >> poor coy. big hugs. visa holders around the world rushing to the u.s. weary the travel ban could be reinstated any day now. how the world is responding to the battle of the ban. coming up. hello, i'm an idaho potato farmer and i finally found our big idaho potato truck. it's been touring the country telling folks about our heart healthy idaho potatoes, america's favorite potatoes, and donating to local charities along the way.
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close eye on the legal battles on the travel ban. federal judge's suspension of the executive order touched off a rush of visa holders. we have jomana karadsheh with more from istanbul. people want to move now. they don't want to get stuck if there is a legal reversal here. >> reporter: christine, this weekend, there was so much confusion and uncertainty in the region among people who are waking up to the news and airlines who just a week before were told nationals from the seven countries could no longer travel to the united states. then this week, they can. it is temporary and it could change again. some people did try to take advantage of this temporary halt of the ban to get on flights and get into the united states when they can. we didn't see a major rush to the airports of people trying to get on flights because they
wanted to wait and see what happens. so much uncertainty that people realize that this could change possibly at any minute. they understand this is an ongoing legal battle in the united states. people don't want to take the risk of traveling and cancelling visas or deported and taken off planes. very much wait and see for people in the region. i have to say, you talked to people here. they stunned to be seeing developments in the united states that they are watching closely. some people tell you this feels like something that would happen in the middle eastern country. not the united states. >> fascinating. jomana karadsheh, thank you. controversial comments from president trump. personally attacking the judge who suspended his travel ban while dismissing vladimir putin's deadly past. more on all of that coming up. the world is full of surprising moments.
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president trump going after the judge who halted his travel ban. questioning the court's authority to suspend the order as the fight keeps up this morning. lawyers filing this morning. and pointing at the president for defending vladimir putin again. this time asking if the u.s. is anymore innocent than the russian leader. moral equivalency. tom brady engineering a comeback to win super bowl vl. we are live in houston where patriots fans are still celebrating and falcons fans scratching their heads. welcome back to "early start." i'm miguel marquez. >> i'm christine romans. it was tom brady the first quarterback to win five championships. bringing the patriots back from
a 25-point deficit. for a 34-28 victory in overtime over the falcons. we will somewhere mohave more o comeback in moments. and breaking news. filing with the ninth circuit court of appeals at 4:00 a.m. we are trying to keep the suspension in tact on the trump's refugee and travel ban. the ban halted by judge james robart. prompting angry tweets from the president. some democrats and republicans are blasting mr. trump for the attacks and now under more fire for suggesting that the u.s. has been just as bad an actor as russia and vladimir putin. we get more from cnn's suzanne malveaux. >> reporter: after just the first two weeks in office, president trump is preparing for a judicial showdown as for the
travel ban by executive order can stand. some lawmakers were upset over the president who disparaged the judge through tweets who called him a so-called judge. can to the believe a judge would put our country in peril. people pouring in. bad. this could become an issue for republicans. they are trying to get the 60 votes necessary in the senate to confirm trump's pick for supreme court justice neil gorsuch. also, republicans publicly distancing themselves from trump's comments about russia when he suggested that it was a moral equivalency between the u.s. and putin. >> do you respect putin? >> i do. >> why? >> i respect a lot of people. that doesn't mean i'll get along with them. he is a leader of his country. i say it is better to get along with russia than not. if russia helps in the fight
against isis, which is a major fight, and islamic terrorism all over the world, major fight. that's a good thing. will get i get along? >> putin's a killer. >> you think our country's so innocent? you think our country's so innocent? >> i don't know of any government leaders that are killers. >> take a look at what we have done too. made a lot of mistakes. >> reporter: nancy pelosi is calling for a formal investigation into the trump and putin relationship. monday, president trump makes his first major public address to u.s. troops since the inauguration when he goes to macdill air force base in florida. he will be briefed by central command. the sunday talk shows were full of folks talking about the russia comments and republicans who have been quiet about their expectations about the trump
administration. saying donald trump was wrong in the moral equivalency. expect a flurry of legal battle. the justice department expected to file legal briefs tonight by 6:00 p.m. let's go live to washington and bring in cnn justice reporter laura jarrett. >> reporter: good morning, christine. you said a lot of activity overnight happening in the case. first the washington state attorney general just in the last hour filed response to the justice department motion to try to get the travel ban reinstated. they are saying there is no way the government can successfully show it wass irreparably harmed. they need to show that. pressing caupause on executive order returns it to the status quo.
the names filed by the former national security officials and state department officials former secretary of state madeleine albright and john kerry. saying it harms the united states at home and abroad. in terms of what is next, we will see doj later to get a second bite at the apple and file a reply brief to this brief. later, the ninth circuit decide what will happen. they will hold a hearing or decide on the papers and we are off to the supreme court. >> laura jarrett. thank you. the unique position where the president of the united states is remarking on the legal activity. thank you, lawyer laura. asian markets closed higher. u.s. stock futures are up beat. stocks ended on a strong note. dow above 20,000.
week three of the donald trump presidency. trump took the first steps of dismantling dodd-frank. the big questions will trump pivot back to infrastructure or mired in the other immigration issues. some of the big names in silicon valley have concerns of the travel ban. they filed a legal brief to show it violates immigration laws and constitution. >> let's bring in our guest. political reporter eugene scott here in new york with us. and in washington, bloomberg news white house correspondent shannon pettypiece. good morning. i want to get right to this moral equivalence that the president made. bill o'reilly said putin is a
killer. republican senators, here is ben sasse, going after the republican president, on that point. >> let's be clear. has the u.s. ever made mistakes? of course. is the u.s. at all like putin's rehe gegim regime? not at all. there is no moral equivalency and the murderous thugs in putin's defense of his cronyism. >> if there wasn't enough controversy last week, now more controversy coming within the president's party which was supposed to be a united front and looked to be united after the election coming in where they would just get through legislation on tax reform and health care and the big issues. now more divided today than they were on friday when they were
already divided. >> yeugene, the kremlin demandig an apology from fox news for bill o'reilly's remarks. remarkable. days ago, the president in a tough conversation with the australian prime minister. he is going out of his way to be kind to the russian leader. >> i think we have seen a continuation of questions about donald trump's foreign policy approach. who are his allies. who are his enemies and how that will continue to be from what we have even in the united states. one thing that is interesting, what he said about putin this weekend is a prime example of what democrats and republicans mean when they question his awareness and knowledge about the relationship between the united states and russia. russia's involvement with international affairs.
>> and shannon, the travel ban sucking up so much time for this young administration. they haven't put forward a specific case where the old vetting process was an issue or are we likely to hear something more substantive by 6:00 p.m. or later? >> it is possible. that is one of the main things the courts will want to hear. if this is so important for national security, show us why the existing system is so flawed. show us how terrorists were getting into the country from these specific countries. why these are more of a threat. show us the holes in the previous vetting system that was such a problem. for the government to show that there's a national security interest here and this could do irreparable harm, they need to prove that. that is what legal experts are saying. >> there is a new power player
in politics that everyone will talk about on the hill this morning. melissa mccarthy. she killed it on "snl." i have to ask you, you are in the briefing room. what is the mood like? do you think sean spicer will respond? >> you know, i saw that. just another day at the office for me. you know, there's been a bit of back and forth. there are days where there's a bit of good cop-bad cop. i will try to bring that up for you in the briefing room. >> at least bloomberg wasn't seen in a cage with a diaper. >> well done. thanks. eugene, talk to you soon. >> just when you thought the new england patriots were done, tom brady put them all on his back and overcomes a 25-point deficit to win the fifth super bowl
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if you could have a good way to lose, this was it. history in the making. his-story. most pass yards and completion in a super bowl. fourth super bowl mvp and five titles. it is how he did it. fourth quarter. julian edelman, pulling a rabbit out of a hat. unbelievable catch. patriots score on the drive. they need to go for two to tie it. tom terrific flicks to danny amendola. he got the ball across the plane. insane. to the first of ever super bowl overtime. as soon as the pats won the coin toss. tom brady to james white. caps off the greatest comeback in super bowl history. down 25 points. no team had ever come back from
more than 10 in any super bowl. brady overcome with emotion. you could see him kissing his wife and he was there with his kids. his mother battling health issues. that is her there in the blue head scarf. his father made it to one game all season. they were there to watch the greatest of all time. here is brady letting out he moti emotions after the game. >> thank you to all our fans. everyone back in boston, new england, we love you. you have been with us all year. we're bringing this sucker home. >> i think what happened the first four games engaged fans more because they know we we weren't treated fairly. now we had the chance to go through the year and i think results speak for themselves.
>> this is the biggest stage. he always plays unbelievable. to bring that team back is unbelievable. >> brady's the best ever. and belichick is too. >> the greatest comeback in super bowl history. possibly sports history. for what it meant. i talked to one patriots coach after the game. i said what happened at halftime. he said bill belichick looked everyone in the eye and said 21 points is not enough. the guys just locked in. they came out and lit it up. absolutely incredible. >> what a game. coy wire, thank you. let's look at what is coming up on "new day." chris cuomo joins us. hello, my friend. you are sleepy, i'm sure. >> i could hear the cries and screams. some 30 miles north of me of john berman all night long. we're talking about it here with the crew. one, whether you like football or not, this is the beauty of
sport. this is why it translates into the larger than life lessons. i'm not a patriots fan. i'm a jets fan. they stink for you who don't follow football. you can't argue anymore with anyone that this is not the best franchise and best quarterback in winning when it counts. it is great to witness history. i love being able to witness the good kind. i'm not a pats fan. if you don't respect what happened, you don't respect nothing. let's talk about the division of power in the contusion. t constitution. the travel ban that is developing. all of the deadlines coming that we take you through about the review of the ninth circuit appellate court of the travel ban. minnesota and washington involved in the litigation. how far will it go? what is the process? what is the administration say?
we will talk to attorneys on both sides. plus, act of hate leading to people showing a little love. subway car filled with anti-semitic graffitti. it was everywhere. a group of strangers on the subway notice it and what they do is going to keep your hope going. >> okay. i can't wait. thank you, chris. thank you, chris. >> after months of criticizing the jobs report calling it a hoax, the president seems to accept it. does this mean we can create jobs? a check on cnn money next. ce! ma'ahis isn't a comput wait. you're real? with discover card, you can talk to a real person in the u.s., like me, anytime. wow. this is a recording. really? no, i'm kidding. 100% u.s.-based customer service. here to help, not to sell. it's a mosaic of all the faces before it. only true match has l'oreal's technology to match your skin's unique tone and undertone.
interview with president trump. again, president trump says he respects the russian leader. we have cnn's clare sebastian. giving putin some love, but reacting to being called a killer. >> reporter: and miguel, the comments coming out from the kremlin spokesperson saying that the comments from bill o'reilly unacceptable and offensive. when asked to respond to how mr. trump responded saying the u.s. is not so innocent in that department. he said he would prefer not to comment. the message here is the u.s. administration is leaving the door open to potential improvement in relations with russia and russia is doing the same. there are potential cracks we are starting to see emerge with the escalation with violence in ukraine. we don't know how the u.s. will
respond to that comment from mike pence over the weekend. saying they are very concerned. questions remain about how they respond. and iran is another key issue. the kremlin spokesperson does not agree as iran as the number one terrorist key state. how this will evolve still remains an open question. >> typically signals are sent. this time, every signal is sent. clare, thank you. let's get early start on your money. week three of the trump presidency. so far, a boon for bank stocks. asian markets higher. europe markets the same. 227,000 jobs in january. jobless rate ticked up to 4.8%.
president trump likes the numbers. >> 227,000 jobs. great spirit in the country right now. we're very happy about that. >> remember, president trump ridiculed the numbers for months. >> i read every time it comes out, i hear 5.3% unemployment. that is the biggest joke there is. don't believe those phony numbers when you hear 4.9% and 5% unemployment. the number is probably 28% or 39%. >> when job numbers were good under president obama, trump disregarded them. he promised to create 25 million jobs in eight years. that would be more than any president in history. even topping bill clinton. the tone of the super bowl ads give you a snapshot of what's going on in the country. most were silly or sentimental,
some in political territory gained attention. budweiser with the polarizing with the founder adolf busch seeking a beer life in america. the #boycottbudweiser trending earlier. started by people who disliked the ad. then it was hijacked and people were defending budweiser and mocking people boycotting the ad with the same hash tag. coca-cola with "america the beautiful" in different languages. and audi ad with a dad explaining pay inequity to his daughter. i'm christine romans. >> i'm miguel marquez. "new day" starts now. >> 109 people out of hundreds of thousands of travellers. all we did was vet those people carefully. >> president trump preparing now for the additional showdown.
>> we're going to challenge the judge's order. >> the vetting order wasn't vetted. >> it is better to get along with russia. >> putin is a former kgb agent and thug. >> you think our country's so innocent? he's in! patriots win the super bowl. >> we're bringing this sucker home. >> this is "new day" with chris cuomo and alisyn camerota. >> it was quite a night. i went to bed at halftime. once again, woke up to a new world order. >> this is our team. you harness the shock of people who don't get to witness these things. i bear the brunt of witnessing every tortured moment. >> what a game and halftime show. we will get into that. >> culture now where all of these things are undecided. we know the patriots are the best franchise in the history of
american football. they just -- tom brady is the best quarterback. >> ever. >> welcome to viewers in the united states and around the world. this is "new day." monday, february 6th. 6:00 in the morning in new york. so who will decide what happens with travel to america? the courts one court stops the travel ban. another refused to undo the order now. the justice department does have 12 hours to put in defense why the travel ban makes the america safe. the law could go either way. >> president trump on twitter is going after the federal judge that temporarily halted the ban suggesting that americans should blame him if something bad were to happen. the president also making news in a big super bowl interview. it's day 18 of the trump presidency.