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it gets rough on the streets. and fallout from the nunes memo. donald trump says it proves the fbi was targeting him. republicans say not so fast. two dead and more than 100 injured in the amtrak crash in south carolina. the investigation is focusing on a switch that sent the train hurdling into another. welcome to "early start." i'm ryan nobles. >> it is monday, february 5th. i'm christine romans. it is 5:00 a.m. in the east. that's right. nick foles and the eagles going from underdogs to top dog knocking off the new england patriots 41-33 in super bowl lii. foles yearly quit football three years ago. started as the back up quarterback this season. he took home mvp honors. he went toe-to-toe with tom brady and beat him. >> in a game that featured record shattering offense, it was a clutch defensive play that
sealed the win for the eagles. coy wire live from u.s. bank stadium in minneapolis where it is still cold. coy, what a remarkable football game. >> reporter: incredible. it is very cold. i wet this wash cloth 30 minutes ago. it is already frozen. it was hot in there last night. oh, my goodness. this was the most exhilarating super bowl i can ever remember. it may go down as the best ever. how wild. we had patriots star quarterback tom brady trying to catch a pass, but eagles star quarterback and mvp of the game nick foles caught the pass for a touchdown. that's when you knew it was not the average super bowl. tom brady. could you count him out in the fourth quarter throwing to the gronk? they take the lead for the first time in the game. you think oh, here they go
again. no, nick foles says let's show what you i can do. zach ertz with this catch and eagles regain the lead. and two minutes left. tom with the ball. and brandon graham with the strip sack and fumble recovery. eagles get the ball back. one last hail mary. everyone in the stadium says here they go again. they will find a way. this game will go to overtime. somehow. some way. no. absolute exhilaration. the eagle s earn the city the first ever super bowl title. it was incredible. i caught up with nick foles to see how he was feeling. >> just to be part of this and be part of the philadelphia eagles organization and first world championship. we are blessed. it is an unbelievable feeling. honestly, it is all soaking in. unbelievable. >> no team deserves this more than we did. all of the things we fought for and what this means for the
city. we cannot wait to bring it back. >> i wasn't breathing easy until the last second. i can't put into words. i'm 30 years old and i have to come up with a new life dream. >> losing sucks, but that's part of it. you show up and you try to win and sometimes you lose. that's the way it goes. >> reporter: philadelphia eagles went from a losing record last season to winning the super bowl in the very next. the last team to do that? the new england patriots in super bowl xxxvi. a back-up quarterback came in midway through the season and won the super bowl and became the mvp just like nick foles. the quarterback's name was tom brady. incredible stuff for philadelphia. >> what a parallel. thank you, coy. thousands of eagles fans jamming broad street to celebrate the first super bowl title. police used hydrolic fluid to keep fans from climbing light
poles. did not work. thousands of the poles torn down. a car was overturned in center city and people were seen jumping off the ritz carlton awning. that was a bad idea. local media reporting no surprise here several injuries. fallout from the memo that republicans on the house intelligence committee released friday. top gop lawmakers disputing the president's claims. the memo does not clear him in the russian investigation. >> the president is said to speak today in cincinnati where he will echo comments like this tweet from the weekend where he refers to himself in the third person. this memo totally vindicates trump in the probe, but the russia witch hunt continues. the word now used because after looking and finding nothing, collusion is dead. this is an american disgrace.
for more, let's bring in boris sanchez in west palm beach, florida. >> reporter: we heard several lawmakers on the intelligence committee contradicting the president and stance that he voiced over the weekend that the nunes memo vindicates him and the russia investigation is a witch hunt. listen to south carolina representative trey gowdy on sunday morning's talk shows. >> there is a russia investigation without a dossier. that it deals with the dossier and fisa process, this dossier has nothing to do with the trump tower meeting or the letter. the dossier has nothing to do with george papadopoulos' meeting in great britain. it also doesn't have anything to do with the obstruction of justice. there will be a russia probe without a dossier. >> reporter: that statement coming from trey gowdy is significant. according to devin nunes, trey gowdy is the only republican on the intelligence committee that
has seen the raw data and intelligence that allowed the fisa court judge to go ahead and issue the warrants to surveil carter page. if anyone knows about the val validity of the memo or the implication of the russia investigation it is trey gowdy. the president tweeted portions of the editorial that suppose that there are political actors with the department of justice and fbi that are anti-trump. we heard from donald trump jr. on saturday and he said the release of the memo is like sweet revenge for him and his family. democrats are pushing for the release of the so-called schiff memo. the rebuttal of the nunes memo. according to democrats it contains more contacts. we could potentially see the taem intelligence committee vote to declassify that to release it today. what is unclear is if the white
house will declassify it. >> thank you. >> let's talk more about this. let's bring in correspondent gabby diangelo. i want to play a sound bite from donald trump jr. this is the talking point the white house is using after release of the memo. listen to this. >> there is a little bit of sweet revenge in it for me and the family in the sense if they would not have done this, this stuff would be going on. this would be going on at the highest levels of government. it would be continuing to do it to my father and undermine his actions. >> it seems as the trump white house continue to use the word vindication as a result of the memo. they have been under cut. vindication is a bridge too far in the wake of the memo. >> it is a weird way to spin it. you have a number of republican
law mimake lawmakers, including trey gowdy say this doesn't vindicate the president. it validates the russia investigation. if you look at the memo, one thing we learned of it was big and under cuts the republican talking point is the investigation into the president's campaign began with george papadopoulos. it did start with the dossier from chris steele. they feel it was compiled by somebody with bias against the president. if that moment led to the investigation, that would somehow undercut the premise of the investigation. unfortunately it did not prove true in devin nunes' memo. going forward, as the president continues to talk about the russia investigation and the contents of the memo mean for him. the big thing to look for is if
he takes action against rod rosenstein who he learned renewed the fisa warrants. that could be an important step. it could severely impact republicans and party in the mid term year and create a huge crisis in politics if the president is taking action. >> i guess we know there is a rift with the gop about all of this and reaction to the memo. for the democrats, i assume they are pushing to release their own rebut rebuttal? >> they are. the white house says they are willing to cooperate and they want to see the republican and democratic memos released. the question is if they ask for redactions or portions of the schiff memo to be released. they declassified the nunes memo. names included in it. it is interesting to see if they
do that with the sheechiff memo. >> i wonder, gabby, if you look at social media reaction. all of your republican friends on facebook, this is something that gave the president an out. the democratic friends said there is nothing to the memo. could that actually in the long run benefit the white house because more of a distraction and uncertainty seems to benefit them with the investigation. >> i don't think it is fair to characterize it like that. there are a number of republicans who are quite terrified that this memo was released. you know, a lot of republicans who may or may not oppose this administration who really felt this was a potential constitutional crisis. we heard that as a talking point from republicans so far. certainly there is democratic opposition. the democrats didn't want the memo to be released. it was a threat to national
security according to democratic lawmakers and republicans. across the board, there is concern that declassifying government secrets will -- an impact. >> gabby, come back. a lot to talk about on monday morning. time for an early start for your money. asian stocks picking up where wall street left off. tokyo and hong kong closed. nikkei fell more than 2.5%. hang seng down 1%. the mood has shifted from greed from fear. it was good for workers. wages grew faster. it is bad for investors because it signals inflation ahead. wall street suffered the worst day of the trump presidency. the dow closed down 666 points.
remember in june of 2016? the steepest point decline since the 2008 crisis. stocks have been rising since november of 2016. some analyst s think the market is long overdue for a pull back or correction. that is the number one topic in markets this morning. is this the beginning of the correction or buying opportunity? look to the bond market for clues. the bond market is saying higher rates coming. new clues in the deadly amtrak crash that killed two and injured more than 100. investigators are looking to a key switch that diverted the train into another. we will have that story next. (vo) dogs have evolved,
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causing it to smash into the stationary freight train. the engineer and conductor were the two killed. we have kaylee hartung in cayce, south carolina with the latest. >> reporter: the chairman of the ntsb diagrammed the mistake that led to the crash. he explained a switch on the track was locked with the padlock in the wrong direction. diverting the passenger train from the main track on the side track and squak lsquarely into freight train. ntsb investigators have to figure out why the switch was locked in the wrong position when trains like train 91 travel along the path every day. this is a question that the csx corporation will have to help answer. csx is the railroad group that operates and maintains the track. they are responsible for the signaling in the area. csx offered a statement with
condolences to the families of the two victims of the crash. conductor and engineer of the train. while they did that, they did not knowledge any wrongdoing of their own other than to say they would be cooperating fully with the ntsb investigation. another key piece of evidence in the investigation, that would be a forward facing camera on the amtrak train which investigators have analyzed in a lab in d.c. christine. ryan. thank you. uma thurman, the actress, detailing a tortured working relationship with former producer harvey weinstein. she vereveals an incident where weinstein attacked her. it happened in the 1990s at the savoy hotel in london. >> he pushed me down. he tried to shove himself on me. he tried to expose himself. he did all kinds of unpleasant things. i was doing all i could to get the train back on the track. my track. not his track.
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the kim regime sending a delegation marching under a joint flag with south korea and female hockey players will play together as one team. a high profile u.s. guest plans to deliver a reality check when he arrives. ivan watson in pyeongchang. he has the latest developments from south korea. ivan. >> reporter: good morning, ryan. that is right. the joint team, the first with the north and south korea with the female hockey team. they held the friendly on sunday with sweden. the first time the women have played against each other in the past now competing together and against another opponent. they lost 3-1. the coach said they were lumped together by a decision made by the governments. they are trying to make the best of it. they speak virtually different languages of hockey between
north and south and for some reason, the north korean agent l -- athletes are not saying in the same residence. in the meantime, we are learning more about the delegations coming to pyeongchang. the u.s. vice president mike pence is coming here accompanied by fred warmbier. the father of the american university student who died after more than a year and a half in captivity in north korea. the u.s. delegation clearly trying to highlig north korea's dismal human rights record. and at the time when the north koreans are trying to bring up unification. they are sending an orchestra here to perform in south korean cities. there is a lot of interest. 150,000 people applying for free tickets which are a few thousand to see the orchestra in the days
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patriots in the super bowl for the first title. fans in philly take to the streets to celebrate. some taking it too far. the fallout from the nunes memo. the president says it vindicates him. new clues in the investigation into the deadly amtrak train crash. one train slamming into a parked freight train. welcome back to "early start." i'm christine romans. >> i'm ryan nobles. thank you for joining us. >> john berman walked by. he said i'm okay. >> he said don't worry about me. >> he said it three or four times. he is trying to convince himself. >> big patriots fan. nick foles and the eagles going from under dogs to top dog knocking off tom brady and the defending champion new england patriots 41-33 in super bowl lii. foles who nearly quit football three years ago and started the season as the eagles back-up quarterback wound up taking home
mvp honors. he went toe-to-toe with brady and beat him. throwing three touchdown passes and on this trick play, catching a fourth touchdown. in a game with a record shattering offense, the defensive play sealed the win for the eagles. let's go to minneapolis and u.s. bank stadium where coy wire is standing by. what a game, coy. >> reporter: incredible game. records. over 15 records broken in this one, including most total yards in a game. over 1,000 yards that is regular season or post. tom brady tried to catch a pass. he dropped it. and nick foles caught a touchdown pass in the super bowl. he threw one, too. that had never been done. this is the guy with the respect of his team. he takes grad school seminary classes in the off season. he wants to be a high school pastor some day.
tom brady and the patriots comeback in the fourth quarter taking ethe lead with the gronk star touchdown pass. nick foles going toe-to-toe with the living legend tom brady with this touchdown pass. regaining the lead with the zach ertz catch. brady would get another chance with two minutes to go. brandon graham with the strip sack fumble recovery. tom brady would get one more answer. a hail mary. a prayer that would not be answered for patriots nation. philadelphia taking their first ever super bowl title. partying in the streets. i had to track down the mvp of the game and coach who got gatorade dumped on him. here is nick foles. >> just to be part of this and be part of the eagles organization and the first world championship. we are blessed. unbelievable feeling. honestly, it is all soaking in.
unbelievable. >> no team deserves this more than we did here. all of the things we fought for and what this means for the city. >> i wasn't breathing easy until the last second. can't put it into words. i'm 30 years old and i have to come up with a new life dream. >> losing sucks, but that's part of it. you show up and you try to win and sometimes you lose. that's the way it goes. >> reporter: what an incredible story. philadelphia eagles called underdogs all season long. how about for the nfl as a whole? the season started in philadelphia with the nfl draft being held there for the first time ever and it will end in philadelphia with the parade. a championship parade through the streets. >> awesome. awesome. talk to us about the halftime show. justin timberlake. >> i can see that. tv broadcast is different from what you see in the stadium with timberlake performing.
first time as headliner. this is the goose bumping inducing moment that had people's jaws dropped. prince in the middle of the city lit in purple. incredible for minnesota's own prince honored by justin timberlake. i liked it. he said his goal was to go out and make people wiggle a little bit. i did in my seat. >> awesome. no surprise guest or anything like that. that is what people are saying. the surprise. people want so much. >> coy, we won't bring up your pre-game prediction. >> reporter: thank you very much. i love you. you know i love you more now. >> you can google it. thanks, coy. eagles fans jamming broad street and marching to city hall to celebrate the first title. police used hydrolic fluid on the sign poles to keep people
from climbing them. several peoles pulled down. a car was overturned in center city. people were seen jumping off the ritz carlton awning until it collapsed. i can't believe more people weren't hurt. let's talk politics. fallout from the memo that republicans on the house teenagers committ -- house intelligence committee on friday. republicans say the memo does not clear him in the russia investigation as the president has been saying since herelease. the president is set to speak in cincinnati and he probably will refer to himself in the third person as this tweet. this russian witch hunt goes on and on. there was no collusion and no obstruction. the word now used because after one year of looking endlessly and finding nothing, collusion
is dead. this is an american disgrace. for more, let's go to boris sanchez in florida. >> reporter: you heard several republicans contradicting the president and his stance that he voiced several times over the weekend via twitter. the nunes memo vindicates him and proves the russia investigation is a witch hunt. listen to representative trey gowdy. >> there is a russia investigation without a dossier. so to the extent the memo deals with the dossier and fisa process, the dossier has nothing to do with the trump tower meeting. the dossier has nothing to do with the e-mail. the dossier has nothing to do with george papadopoulos' meeting in great britain. it doesn't have anything to do with the obstruction of justice. there will be a russia probe without a dossier. >> reporter: that statement coming from trey gowdy is significant because according to
devin nunes, gowdy is the only republican on the intelligence committee that has seen the raw data and intelligence that allowed the fisa court judge to go ahead and issue the warrants to surveil carter page. if anyone knows about the validity of the nunes memo or the implication on the russia investigation it is trey gowdy. despite that, the president tweeted portions of "the wall street journal" editorial that there are actors within the justice department and fbi that are anti-trump. we heard from donald trump jr. who said the memo release is like sweet revenge for him and his family. democrats are pushing for the schiff memo which contains more context and contradicts portions of the nunes memo. we could see the intelligence committee vote to declassify that as early as today. what is unclear is whether the
white house will allow for its declassification the way they did for the nunes memo. christine. >> boris, thank you. let's bring in white house correspondent gabby morringello. you heard this was sweet revenge for the family. let's listen. >> there is a little bit of sweet revenge for me and the family in the sense that if they wouldn't have done this, this stuff would be going on. this would be going on at the highest levels of government. they could continue to do it to my father. trying to undermine his actions. >> is that a talking point of defense for the white house and russia investigation? interesting to me because that particular fisa warrant was renewed three times. they have gone back to the court and found more reasons to renew it. >> it was renewed three times. it was renewed by rod rosenstein, the deputy attorney general, who is a republican and
in charge of the mueller investigation. it is something that the talking point that somehow this nunes memo validates the president and undermines the premise of the special counsel probe is not valid. i think republicans have pointed that out. including trey gowdy. sure there may be malpractice at the fbi or the dossier compiled by chris steele who had an ant - anti-trump bias when he put it together. this doesn't undermine the special counsel investigation and it would exist otherwise. that is missed by the president and his allies. it is something they are overlooking and not mentioning as they talk about the probe and the memo. >> it was george papadopoulos before. now carter page they are looking into who prompted this russia investigation. >> purposely overlooking that
key point in the memo. gabby, duelling memos. democratic memo perhaps comes out this week. that is against the back drop of the deadline on friday. the government shutdown could be in the offing again. still no deal on daca. this is what dick durbin said as it relates to immigration over the potential shutdown over the weekend. listen. >> i don't see a government shutdown coming. i do see a promise by senator mcconnell to finally bring this critical issue that affects the lives of hundreds of thousands of people. finally bringing it to full debate in the senate. that is what we were looking for with the shutdown. we achieved that goal. we are moving forward. >> it seems by listening to durbin they will not hold daca hostage to a shutdown this time around. maybe a change in perspective? >> i think they learned a lesson last time when they shut the government down to get some
promise from mcconnell that he would bring up a bill to address daca. the public opinion polling after that incident did not reflect a positive image for the democrats. they looked like they were shutting the government down to protect undocumented immigrants. if you are a democrat right now, you have to wonder if mcconnell will fulfill that promise ahead of the deadline. will he bring some immigration bill forward or if they will bring up a clean daca bill? it doesn't look at this point that the latter is likely to happen. it seems as the white house and congressional democrats and republicans are trying to figure out a way to reach consensus on immigration reform. we are barrelling to another deadline. right now, it doesn't look like there is a solution. >> the president will have a chance to change the conversation today. he is going to cincinnati. he is going to a plant that gave
$1,000 bonuses to employees. he will tout his tax bill on the morning where we expect the dow to open lower and stocks very concerned about higher interest rates. i think there is no chance he will take credit for the stock market decline the way he has taken credit for the gains. >> only when it's up. i do think he will take a lot of credit for the white house is calling the trump bump. the companies moving manufacturing back to the u.s. and announcing bonuses and increases in wages for workers. that is something the republicans are really going to run on in this mid term year being the impact of gop tax bill that passed late last year. i expect that is what the president will tout when he is? cincinnati today which is a big blue collar community. working class area. a state he won in 2016 and one where you have a gubernatorial and senate race happening. >> and a swing state in 2020 probably.
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investigators have learned the cause of another deadly train crash. the second in less than a week. the collision in south carolina killed two people and injured 116. amtrak train 91 ended up diverted on the wrong track causing it to smash into a freight train. the two people killed were amtrak employees. the engineer and conductor. cnn's kaylee hartung is in cayce, south carolina with more. >> reporter: good morning, christine and ryan.
the chairman of the ntsb stated the fatal crash was caused by the switch locked in the wrong direction. now ntsb investigators have to learn why the switch was locked in the wrong position when train 91 travel along the path every day. this is a question that the csx corporation will have to answer. csx is the railroad group that owns and operates and maintains the track where the crash occurred. csx offered a statement with their condolences of the families involved in the crash. they did that and did not acknowledge any wrongdoing other than to say they would be cooperating fully with the ntsb investigation. another key piece of evidence in the investigation is the forward facing camera on the amtrak
train. investigators have analyzed in a lab in d.c. christine and ryan. thank you so much for that. tell everybody what is coming up on "new day." alisyn is joining us. berman is okay? >> we're trying not to talk about it, christine. he is not okay. he's sad. very sad. >> tom brady says it sucks to lose. john -- >> okay. he's actually not going to respond. i hope it changes in the next seven minutes or this is going to be a long show. here is what we have coming up. >> and you are wearing eagles green. >> i'm rubbing it in inadvertently. >> i know you did not wear that green. >> i don't know these things. john -- he is so sad right now. okay. here is what we have coming up.
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