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the white house edition of the cnn quiz show. three teams of cnn anchors and political personalities test their knowledge. stick around. i'm poppy harlow in new york. thanks so much for being with us tonight. have a great week. who lost the popular vote and electoral college, but was still the president? if you think you know the answer, join us for the cnn race for the white house quiz show. welcome to the cnn quiz show, race for the white house edition, i'm anderson cooper. we'll be testing our cnn hosts' knowledge on u.s. presidential elections. three teams face off against each other, answering trivia questions about everything from debates to running mates. at stake a total cash prize of $40,000 that's going to be divided between the charities of their choice. you can play along at home,
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online by going to let's meet the teams. team number one, host of "the lead" and "state of the union." jake tapper and sc cupp. >> thank you you can also call me dead weight. >> what charity are you playing for? >> homes for our troops, a great charity that builds especially designed homes for the most severely disabled veterans of iraq and afghanistan. >> excellent charity. let's go. team number two, van jones and host of "inside politics" john king. both of you first-time players, welcome. >> we are the outsiders. this year people want change, not more of the same. >> okay. all right. what's your charity? >> we're supporting the crisis tech line. and it's a charity that helps mostly teenagers when they're in trouble. they might want to hurt themselves. they can text and get help right
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away. >> sounds good. team number three, "at this hour" cate bolduan and john berman. >> not undefeated, anderson, not undefeated. >> not undefeated. jake tapper -- won the first one. >> facts are facts. >> what dhart are you playing for? >> boys and girls club of america. >> 4100 clubs, four million kids, a great charity. >> how much money have you raised so far? >> not nearly enough. >> the winning team gets $20,000 for their charity, the other two teams get $10,000 each. let's get started. the first game is buzz. everybody has their buzzer. questions in this round are worth ten points. the first player to buzz in gets to answer. players can buzz in before the question is completed. but if you answer incorrectly,
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your team is locked out from guessing again. you cannot consult with your teammate. if you buzz in, you're the one who has to answer. everyone ready? let's go. after becoming the only president unanimously elected, george washington took the oath of office in which city? john? >> new york. >> that's correct. which president did not win the popular vote nor the electoral vote but was still -- jake? >> onquincy adams? >> correct. in 1824 jackson won both categories but didn't have electoral college majority and the house of representatives chose adams. which former first lady campaigned for her husband by recording a campaign ad in spanish -- van? >> laura bush. >> incorrect. asking latino citizens to vote? john? >> betty ford. >> incorrect. a, pat nixon. b., mamie eisenhower. c, laura bush or d, jackie kennedy.
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>> kennedy. >> correct. in 1972 when eagleton stepped down -- who took his place? >> sergeant shriver. >> correct? 1793 after two years of marriage to his wife andrew jackson discovered what? >> she had never been divorced from her husband. >> she was still married. that is correct. >> number six, george h.w. bush, bill clinton and ross perot were candidates in the 1992 election. of the following what do they have in common? all rhodes scholars -- >> john. >> c? >> that's incorrect. a. all rhodes scholars, b, all left-handed, c, all born in texas. d, all their mothers were nurses. >> jane. >> b, all left-handed. >> how did you know that? that's good in 1968 richard nixon chose spire oin agnew as
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running mate. >> dennis cues sin itch confirmed that while once at shirley maclane's house, he -- >> saw a a ufo. >> correct. >> due to the advent of the tin type process, whose presidential campaign featured campaign buttons? polk, philmore, lincoln or cleveland? >> polk. >> incorrect. millard philmore, abraham lincoln or grover cleveland? >> lincoln. >> correct. smithsonian's 1860 button showed him clean-shaven, but in 1864 he had a beard. which tv talk show did republican john mccain first announce he would seek the 2008 presidential nomination? jake? >> "tonight show"? >> incorrect. >> come on, man!
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>> a, late show with david letterman. >> van. >> late show. >> correct. made the official announcement. van and john on the board. what is the most common first name amongst the people elected president? >> james. >> correct. six james, madison monroe, polk, buchanan, garfield and carter. whose presidential campaign was the first to televise a spot campaign ad? roosevelt, wilke. eisenhower or truman? >> eisenhower. >> correct. lyndon johnson's wife was the first wife to do which of the following during the inauguration, ride with the president back to the white house, b hold the bible -- >> hold the bible. >> correct. >> the first time all americans cast their ballot force the presidency on the same day -- >> 1848, zachary taylor. >> zachary taylor is correct.
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wow. >> her book "going rogue" sarah palin claimed the mccain campaign hired a new york stylist for her who also styled mccain, couric, michelle obama or tina fey. >> b. couric. correct. republican-controlled congress approved the election-related 22nd amendment which defined what? >> defines how long you can serve, it limits you 20 two terms plus two years. >> that's correct. the general election held on november 7th on what day in the year 2000 did al gore finally concede the presidency to george w. bush? december 10, december 11, december 12, december 13. >> december 13. >> that's correct. gore conceded 36 days after the general election following the supreme court ruling. private first lady bess truman insisted on maintaining a low profile in part for fear of the public learning which of the following. a she was a republican. b, her father committed suicide
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c she had a stutter or d -- >> she had a stutter. >> incorrect. >> d she had only graduated high school. >> kate. >> b. >> correct. last question on the board. tie between jake and sc and kate and john not so much. >> we got them right where we want them. >> you're the outsiders on this one, yeah. on september 28th, 1987, democratic presidential candidate pat schroeder cried during her campaign speech. what was the reason? >> she was announcing she was not going to run for president. >> dropped out of the race. that's correct. nicely done. >> that's the end of round one. let's take a look at the scores. got van and john in third with 20, kate and john have 80 and jake and sc are in the lead with 90 points. when we come back the players face off in head-to-head battles and the point values double.
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right now thrd place, van and john with 20, kate and john in second and in the lead, jake and sc with 90 points. next game we call face off. two players from opposing teams face off against each other. they'll be asked three questions. the first player to hit the bell gets the first shot at answering. correct answers are worth 20
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points. we drew names out of a hat. first up, van versus kate. time to face off. >> bring it! i get extra points. >> no mercy. >> how did you injure yourself? >> i attempted to cook. >> that serves you right. we don't do that in new york city. >> right. so i lerped. >> so your category tonight is families of candidates. all right? families of candidates. here's the bell here in the middle. hands behind your backs. let's begin. what code name did the secret service give to bill clinton's brother roger? that was -- you touched the bell. it may not have rung but you touched the bell. what code name did the secret service give to bill clinton's brother romer? pain, uelser, migraine or
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headache. >> headache. >> that is correct. i don't know about that. i know, questionable. it didn't ring. but he touched the bell. i read the rules. during his brother's presidential campaign, donald nixon took a loan from whom to fund his restaurant business? howard hughes, howard hawks, humphrey bogart, carry grant. >> howard hughes. >> correct. when moving out -- when moving out of the white house, final question, when moving out of the white house, what did teddy roosevelt's daughter bury in the front lawn? a voodoo doll of the incoming first lady, b, her step mother's jewelry box. c, a time capsule from her father's administration or d her pet snake. >> van? >> pet snake.
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zblin correct. >> time capsule. >> also incorrect. the correct answer, a voodoo doll with the incoming first lady nellie taft. you can't make this stuff up. 20 points for each correct answer, they'll head back to their podiums. coming up next, jake versus john berman. wow. that's going to be tough. head-to-head match-up. >> out of the hat. i'm telling you. >> out of the hat. from what i'm told. >> questions will be about traditions. both very traditional. traditional guys. >> you've got this jake. >> three questions. number one, in 1968, then presidential candidate richard nixon told "life" magazine he refused to do what activity because he didn't want to look like a jerk. eat at a diner, kiss a baby,
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campaign on a train or shake voters' hands. >> kiss a baby. >> correct. which presidential nominee broke tradition to become the first candidate to accept the -- >> franklin roosevelt 32. >> that's correct. accept the nomination in person. three deemed unsafe for the president which first lady did a four-day eight-state whistle stop tour of the south. roosevelt, johnson -- >> johnson. >> that's correct. wow, nicely done. jake got zero, john got them all. we'll see how the final round goes, s.e. and john king come on down. >> we just did the apple update this morning.
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>> he's like rain man. scary. >> all right. so there's no magic wall this is just a bell, old school. magic bell. fighting stance. ready. just three questions, hands behind the back in his memoir, dan quayle wrote it's it was more than a gaffe, it was a defining moment of the worst imaginable kind. about what incident? >> spelling the word potato. >> that's right. >> misspelling the word potato. correct in one vice presidential debate which candidate began his opening statement by saying who am i? why am i here? >> james stockdale, 1992. >> that's correct. >> in final question, in 2000 while in new hampshire, gop contender gary bauer fell off a stage and through a curtain while trying to do what? john? >> flip pancakes. >> that's correct. >> come on! >> s.e. got zero, john got three. 20 points. let's take a look at the scores
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welcome back to the cnn quiz show. three teams are competing to win money for their favorite charities. can you compete online at let's see where the teams stand. a close race, jake and s.e. in third with 90 points. van and john with 120 points in second place and in the lead, kate and john with 140 points. there's still a lot of game to go. time to play picture this teammates have to work together, one person giving clues, the other guessing clues. the person connected to presidential elections will pop up on the screen. the clue giver has to get their teammate to correctly guess who it is. you can't use any part of the name, no initials, no rhymes with. you'll have one minute to guess as many as possible. and correct answers are worth 30 points. the first-place team plays the first. so kate and john, come on down.
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>> all right. how did you decide who was going to play which position? >> i don't know. >> all right. >> we just decided this morning. >> kate is a giver. she's a giver. >> and john's a taker. >> that's great. he has taken from all of us in so many ways. >> all right your category is republican presidential or vice presidential candidates. 60 seconds on the clock. ready go. >> 2012. >> mitt romney. >> potato guy. >> dan quayle. >> correct. >> 2008. >> john mccain. >> correct. >> '96 nominee. >> bob dole. >> h 2 o. >> goldwater. >> 999.
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herman cain. >> minnesota. >> michelle batchman. >> test malsystem. >> dewey. >> bills quarterback. >> jack kemp. >> that's correct. >> 700 club. >> pat robertson. >> secretary of state -- >> alexander hague. >> that's correct. >> huge speaker of the house. >> newt gingrich. >> you forgot the three agencies. >> rick perry. >> 9/11 mayor. >> rudy giuliani. >> that's correct. >> oh, my god. >> feel like i just had a baby. >> each one is worth 30 points.
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>> oh, my gosh. >> you got 16 correct. >> you're up to 620 points. nicely done. >> nice work. >> we have to put new a lock box. >> i don't know. i -- >> yeah. i thoughts that that was going to be tougher. i got to say. >> van and -- >> van and john king, you guys are in second place. it's your turn. >> i feel like we should pass. >> john mccain. i don't even remember him. >> your category is democratic presidential or vice presidential candidates. >> oh, we're going to get 30-party candidates. >> what did she say in. >> we're going to get third-party candidates. >> angela davis! >> all right. democratic presidential or vice presidential candidates, 60 seconds on the clock. ready, go. >> '88. >> dukakis.
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>> correct. >> michael dukakis. >> 2008 contender? >> wife problem. >> john edwards. >> 2004. >> presidential candidate. >> for 2004. >> john kerry. >> woman vp. >> geraldine ferrero. >> keep hope alive. >> barack obama. >> i'm sorry. '88 keep hope alive. >> jesse jackson. >> scream, i have a scream. >> howard dean. >> woman problem in '88. >> bill clinton. >> '88. >> before. >> gary hart. >> that's correct. >> went into space, astronaut. >> john glenn. >> bigot in '68. >> george wallace.
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>> we'll give you that. >> nine correct. jerds, i don't thi-- john edwar i don't think he had a wife problem, think he had a nonwife problem. i quibble. >> it puts you up to 390, very well done. >> where do we go from here? >> jake and s.e., come on down. >> what you got for snus. >> your category is reporters who covered presidential politics. >> before the bicentennial or after? >> reporters who covered presidential politics. you know many of these people. 60 seconds on the clock. ready? go. >> she was the white house reporter super old, maybe anti-palestinian front row of the white house press corps?
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>> pass. >> he was embroiled in george bush scandal where -- >> dan rather. >> "meet the press" host. >> tim russert. >> she asked sarah palin -- >> katie couric. >> he died of lung cancer? he -- >> peter jennings. >> in the situation room with -- >> wolf blitzer. >> was part of not bernstein, but -- >> woodward. >> correct. >> he he's a pass. >> pass. >> pass. >> "face the nation." >> bob schieffer. >> before? maybe not. pass. >> oh. >> you, let's see, before you turn around, some of the ones that were passed on, the first one -- very famous female --
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>> i know who it is. helen thomas. >> i just had a brain lapse. >> if she had said -- legendary anchor for nbc news, long-time anchor. >> tom brokaw. >> and you got six correct. each is worth 30 points that brings up to 270 points. >> so let's take a look at the updated score. in third, jake and s.e., 270. van and john in second. with 390 and kate and john with 620. still some chances, to put a lot of points on the board. a rapid-fire round with big points. anyone can take the lead, stay with us.
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hey, welcome back to the cnn quiz show, race for the white house edition. all about presidential elections. three teams of cnn hosts are competing to win a total of $40,000 for their favorite charities, jake and s.e. have 270 points. in second place, van and john with 390 points and leading, kate and john playing for the boys and girls club, 620 points.
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the next game is called all for one. each team will be presented with a set of four presidential candidates. when i state a fact, the players take turns saying which of the four people that fact applies to. each team will have one minute to get as many correct as possible. in each answer will be worth 40 points. see how our player does with this challenge. jake and s.e.? we'll start with you. >> you remind me of a young teddy white. >> let's take a look at your four presidential candidates. your four presidential candidates are mitt romney, aaron burr, franklin roosevelt and al gore. i'll ask you a question each alternating and the person ski the question to has to answer the question. you cannot confer with each other. we're going to put 60 seconds on the clock. jake, his mom was a hollywood actress who later roon ran for u.s. senate seat for michigan and lost? >> mitt romney. >> correct. s.e., he helped establish the
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company known as jp morgan chase. >> roosevelt. >> incorrect. aaron burr. >> jake he attended vanter built -- >> al gore. >> correct. s.e., at 21 he was injured in a car accident in france -- >> romney. >> despite never being in the military he once held the title of assistant secretary of the navy. >> roosevelt. >> incorrect. burr. >> he worked on wall street. >> gore. >> incorrect. >> roosevelt. he asked his grandchildren to call him ike. >> roosevelt. >> incorrect. romney. >> s.e., his name was featured in a 1993 advertisement for the got milk campaign? >> aaron burr. >> one of the guests at this man's wedding was this future president gerald ford. >> al gore. >> incorrect. romney. >> s.e. he once hosted a hot dog pickny for british royalty at this family's estate. >> roosevelt. >> nicely done. >> i don't want your pity.
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>> i'm not trying to be patronizing. >> i thought i was being supportive. >> we do need that kind of individual encouragement. >> everyone has been there. >> lesson learned. i will now be much more -- >> it's just the tone. >> just a little judgy. >> i would say you got five correct. now that sounds a little judgy. maybe. >> you got five correct. 40 points each, that's 200 points on the board. >> thank you. >> coming up, van and john. you're up. your four presidential candidates. abraham lincoln, dole, mcgovern and jefferson. >> does the pity come with points? >> van, a distant relative of actor tom hanks. >> mcgovern. >> incorrect. lincoln. >> john, besides english he could read greek, latin, french and italian?
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>> jefferson. >> correct. van he has a recipe for ice cream held at the library of congress. >> jefferson. >> correct. >> vanning according to one historic association he had a pet mockingbird named dick who sat on his shoulder while at work. >> jefferson. >> correct. >> he was a platoon lead anywhere the 10th mounted division -- >> dole. >> correct. >> van after his daughter's death he founded a nonprofit organization to fund reform on alcoholism. >> dole. >> incorrect. mcgovern. >> he was born in kentucky, but began his political career in illinois. >> lincoln. >> correct. van before his presidential bid he served as governor of virginia, secretary of state and vice president. >> jefferson. >> correct. >> john he served as a spokesman for health issues including impotent -- >> bob dole. >> that's it seven correct, those are worth 40 points so that takes you to 670. all right. kate and john.
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you are up. take a look at your four presidential candidates. ted kennedy. andrew jackson, rudy giuliani, and gary hart. 60 seconds on the clock. kate he blimed his wife's death on critics who attacked their marriage during his presidential campaign. >> jackson. >> correct. >> he declared an invitation to try out for the green bay packers because he intended to go into politics. >> hart. >> incorrect. kennedy. >> he graduated from the university of oxford. >> gary hart. >> correct. >> a man attempting to kill this man shot him twice -- >> jackson. >> correct. he attended a prep school at which he founded an opera club. >> kennedy. >> incorrect, rudy giuliani. >> he intended international law school at the the hague in the netherlands. >> hart. >> incorrect. kennedy. >> he served as the campaign manager for mcgovern's presidential run. >> hart. >> correct. >> he was a prisoner of war who had -- >> jackson. >> correct zblext authored a book for children about the
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political process that was narrated by his dog. >> rudy giuliani. >> incorrect. kennedy. barry goldwater said of this man, you can disagree with him -- >> kennedy. >> incorrect. i've never met a man more honest and more moral. and the answer is gary hart. a great judge of character. you've got five correct. those are worth 40 points. that's 200 for you. let's look at the scores right now. everybody is getting closer. right now third place right now. jake and s.e. with 470. van and john in second with 670 and kate and john have 820. we go to the magic mawall for a match game. stay right there. [burke] at farmers, we've seen almost everything,
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only helps you get the right car without all the drama. here's where we stand right now. jake and s.e. are in third with 470 points. van and john second place with 670. and in first right now, kate and john with 820 points. so our next game is called match make. each team will have a minute to try to complete a match game. the team who makes the most matches in the shortest amount of time wins 300 points.
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second place earns 200 points, third place gets 100 points. let's bring the first team down to the match-up wall and get started. kate and john you're in the lead, you go first. >> key is to think about it. >> okay. >> liberate. these are the three categories. best in show. no country for old men. you complete me. >> which, do you want to do? >> we have a disagreement, but we're going to go with you complete me. you know what? >> okay. >> i complete you, i know. let's look at you complete me. it is -- you complete me is running mates. you match the presidential candidates to their running mate. these are the presidential candidates, you match them to their running mates. i'm going to click here. and -- again. >> earl warren is thomas dewey.
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ed muskie is humphrey. >> wow. >> okay. >> i hate these people so bad. >> given the smirk on your face, i think you feel pretty good. >> does he actually have a heart? >> let's take a look. he got them all right. >> what? >> and in this game, it's not just about getting them all right. it's about how quickly you did it. you got them all right in ten seconds. nicely done. >> all right. >> van and john king, you guys are up. come on down. >> this is john king's baby. this is the magic wall. you have two choices here, no country for old men or best in
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show. >> best in show. take a look at that best in show -- is the match the president to the year they were first elected. here are the five presidents. match them to the year they were first elected. and let's go. we know this one. where did he go? he's down here. okay. good. this is nuts. >> yeah. >> i think -- monroe would be -- 76. and before him. >> no. >> let's see. try that. >> that's backwards. >> i think that's not right. >> this is backwards. right? >> you're right. >> and. >> john head back over there. >> no. you guys, you feel you got them all right? >> no. i feel like it's a very -- yeah. >> let's take a look.
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oh. >> wow. but you see -- >> fashion point of view. it's much nicer. i think about this. >> very nice. >> two right it took you 29 seconds. guys, thanks very much. go back. >> wow. >> and jake and s.e. >> i'm so glad we didn't pick that one. >> i guess we're stuck with old men. >> omb director. got it. >> i love the level playing field. >> original nominations for omb directors. let's look at the category. no country for old men. presidential ages, match the president to the age they were when elected for the first time. president to the age they were -- >> and their birthdays. >> and their birthdays. >> and their sign. >> 43 is john f. kennedy.
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46 barack obama. you know what, okay. 47 -- no, no, no. yeah. do that. 68 -- william henry harrison. 68, 69. >> what do you think? >> i think that's right. >> exactly right. >> s.e. -- >> i'm not going to do your job. >> i would never. >> let's take a look. >> oh, my god. >> let me -- >> wow. >> it took 19 seconds. 19 seconds, so that was better than van and john. >> saving, saving. >> this is team anti-pity. >> kate and john, you got five right in ten seconds. you obviously win this round. you get 300 points, bringing your total score to 1120. jake and s.e., they got three right in 19 seconds, putting them in second place, you earn 200 points, bringing yourselves up to 670. van and john got two right and no one cares how long it took
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because it was 29 seconds. it doesn't matter. you guys get 100 points, you're in third place, making your new score 770. so actually you are now in second place. kate and john are in first place. jake and s.e. are in third. >> so nothing has changed. when we come back our final round during the break you're going to decide how much to wager on one last question. it all comes down to that. these are my dogs dusty and cooper. i work for the dogs twenty-four seven. i am the butler. these dogs shed like crazy. it's like being inside of a snow globe. it takes an awful lot of time to keep the house clean. i don't know what to do. (doorbell) what's this? swiffer sweeper and dusters. this is nice and easy boys. it really sticks to it.
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welcome back to the cnn kriz show, white house edition. this is this, charities. first place gets 20,000 for their charity, second and third place will get $10,000. let's recap the scores now in third place -- >> no need, really. >> let's quickly do it. >> jake and s.e., 670 points. van and john, just with 100 points ahead. 770 points. and kate and john, 1120. last game is called the big bet. each team gets to choose from a group of four presidential candidates. i'll ask a question that relates to that candidate. during the break the teams decided how much they're going to wager. if their answer, if they answer their question correctly.
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they earn their points, if they get it wrong, they lose the points. 15 seconds to come up with their answer. this time they can consult with each other. so it's anyone's game. maybe. right now let's get started. jake and s.e. in third place, you get first pick. your options are george w. bush, bill clinton, richard nixon or ronald reagan. which one would you like to choose? >> we'll go with george w. bush. >> george w. bush. take a look at this. >> i'm running to keep the peace. i want the moms and dads and grandparents to hear this loud and clear -- this will be an administration that does everything in our power to make the world a more peaceful place. i can't think of a better legacy, a better legacy for an administration than to say we kept the peace. we kept ourselves out of war. >> that was president george w. bush out on the campaign trail
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back in 2000. president bush lost the popular vote, but was still elected to the white house becoming the first president to do so since whom? lost the popular vote, was still elected to the white house, becoming the first president to do so since whom? >> the question is, who was the last president before george w. bush to win the electoral vote but lose the popular vote? >> that's correct. >> and the answer we believe is -- benjamin harrison. >> and that is correct. >> nicely done. >> let's take a look at how much you wagered. >> we bet it all. >> i like it, i like it. >> i'm with you. >> it means you have it, 1340. nicely done. >> we could win right now.
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>> quick take a picture, somebody instagram it. right now. >> van and john king. remaining choices available are bill clinton, richard nixon or ronald reagan. >> shocking no one, i'll say bill clinton. >> let's take a look at this. >> in my state, when people lose their jobs, there's a good chance i'll know them by their names. when a factory closes, i know the people who ran it when the business goes bankrupt, i know them. and i've been out here for 13 months, meeting and meetings just like this ever since october with people like you all over america. people that have lost their lost their health insurance what i want you to understand is the national debt is not the only cause of that. it is because of america has not invested in its people. >> that was bill clinton in the second of three 1992 presidential debates. clinton went on to be elected to two terms as president, becoming
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the first democrat elected to a second presidential term since whom? >> time is up. >> repeat the question, please, sir. >> bill clinton was elected to two terms as president. becoming the first democrat elected to a second presidential term since whom? we need an answer. >> lyndon johnson. although he inherited the first one. >> that sin correct. franklin delano roosevelt. elected to a second presidential term. >> how much did you wage centre. >> none. >> 675. >> that brings you to 95 points. all right.
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>> kate and john. richard nixon, ronald reagan. >> we're going to go reagan. >> go for reagan. >> in 1980, reagan got into an argument with a moderator of a primary debate over who should be able to participate in the debate itself was paid for by reagan. here's a moment from the bickering. >> would the sound man please turn mr. reagan's mic off? >> oh no. >> is this on? >> mr. green, you asked me if you would -- i am paying for this microphone, mr. green. >> that dramatic moment occurred three days before what state primary, also the location of the debate itself? >> they're just being cruel. they're just -- look at the grin on john berman's face.
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the smirk. so pleased and satisfied. >> i'm -- >> we're going to say new hampshire. >> and that of course is correct. >> how much did you wager? >> 421 points and a smiley face that brings you up to a revolting 1541. nicely done. you guys have won $20,000 for the boys and girls clubs of america. there are no losers, jake and s.e., you've won $10,000 for homes for our troops. and van and john, you've won $10,000 for the crisis text line. that is it, i want to thank all our players and thank everybody in the studio audience. i want to thank you all for watching. hope you have fun at home. good night.
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good evening, my fellow citizens. this government, as promised, has maintained the closest surveillance of the soviet military buildup on the island of cuba. >> this is the cuba i grew up with. >> mankind teeters precariously on the brink of a thermal nuclear war. >> the missile crisis, duck and cover, hide under your desk kids, cover yourselves with wet newspaper because we're all going to die. >> the flames of crisis burn far stronger, fed and fanned by the bitter tirades of fidel castro. >> and this guy, always in the fatigues underlining with every appearance that we were two nations in a never-ending state


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