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it's monday june 8th right now on "first look," the manhunt for two murderers who escape friday a maximum security prison continues as police search for clues thnchts one late sunday night at metlife stadium. teen pool party that leaves with police on administrative leave and unrest in austin during an arrest that has mounted cops onlookers. the value of american pharaoh just rose to $50 million. and tiger woods looks like he's playing the worst golf of his career. "first look" starts right now. good morning.
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i'm todd pirot. the hunt continues. all resembling the movie "the shawshank redemption." now $100,000 reward for the men who police say could be quote, litterly anywhere. >> reporter: more than 250 state and federal law enforcement officers scour the adder on dak mountains looking for clues that could lead them to the two convicted murderers. >> it's been 36 hours since these inmates escaped. they could be literally anywhere. >> reporter: officials describe both menace very dangerous. david sweat, 35 was serving a life sentence with no parole for the 2002 killing of a sheriff's deputy near binghamton, new york. richard matt was sentenced to 25 years to life for dismembering a
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man. >> we have a lot of territory to cover. we're looking at each of them and their associates independently. >> reporter: an escape worthy of a wholly wood screen play stuffing their bunks to make it look like they were sleeping. from separate cells each used power tools to reach a catwalk six stories high broke through a brick wall and cut an entrance and an exit from a two-foot wide pipe before breaking a steel lock on a manhole a block way from the prison wall. work officials say, took a matter of days to carry out. they left behind a racially offensive post-it note reading have a nice day. new york governor andrew cuomo retraced the escapees path. >> we went back and pieced together what they did. it encompassed a drilling through steel walls and steel
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pipes. >> reporter: two big questions, where did the tools come from. how did the men know how to navigate the maze of pipes and tunnels since all the prison tools have been accounted for, they're speculating about contractor's tools. in a village of about 4,000 people residents are on guard. what was your reaction when you heard the news? >> oh, my god. is this a drill or is this for real? it's very scary. this is my backyard. >> i had my doors locked first any time 30 years. >> reporter: community on edge as a manhunt goes on. >> that was john yang reporting. in new jersey, a wild scene at a hip hop concert at met life stadium. in riot gear getting bottles tossed at them. people, some with tickets and others without, were allegedly forcing their way in. in the parking lot, absolute chaos. police on the move breaking up the crowds. at one point a riot vehicle was
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brought in. police are not saying how many arrests were made. an officer at a mckinney, texas, is on administrative leave after being caught on camera aggressively confronting teenagers at a pool party on friday. the video quickly went viral. mckinney police chief greg connelly said investigators have seen the video. >> our initial reaction was to place the officer on administrative leave so that we could conduct a complete and thorough investigation. >> reporter: the mayor of mckinney released a statement saying, quote, having seen the you tube video, i am disturbed and concerned by the incident and actions depicted in the video. today the naacp will meet with the police chief and some residents are also reportedly planning a protest. richard lui has more. >> reporter: this is what happened after police say they were responding to a disturbance of reports of teens partying at a pool party. mckinney, texas, police officer
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pushes a teenagers head into the ground. this video was viewed at a rate of close to 300,000 an hour sunday, which led to this post on the police department's one of the responding officers has been placed on administrative leave pending investigation. we don't know what happened before the recording began but it start with his the officer in question appearing to trip while in pursuit. >> get on the ground. >> sir? >> i told you to stay. get your asses down on the ground. >> he catches up and scolds some teenagers. >> don't make me run around here in [ bleep ] gear and in the [ bleep ] hot sun. the one in the orange bathing suit and the man in the beige suit. the officer pulls the girl to the orange bikini to the ground putting both his knees on her back after onlookers scream he
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unholsters his gun as two young males run. one puts his hand on what appears to be the ranking officer's shoulder. one of the young people who ran is led back possible discoloration around his mouth. the officer explains part of what went wrong. >> what everybody else did was illegal. you did it and you got caught. >> reporter: the seven-minute controversial video ends after that. but not on social media. posts from both sides. none of this would have happen if they simply would have complied. and this the scary part about police brutality is that you can't even call 911 for help. richard lui, msnbc. day two of the g7 summit where president obama and six other industrialized nations are meeting to tackle some of the biggest world problems. chris jansing, what can we expect at the summit today? >> reporter: good morning, todd. the leaders just went into a
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meeting on countering global terrorism. besides the g7 we have the leaders of tunisia, nigeria. also iraqi minister el bahti. it's also notable it's the first time he and president obama are seeing each other face to face at this summit since secretary carter suggested that the iraqis lack the will to fight. asking for additional help. the white house has made it clear they are not prepared at least now, to offer additional instance. u.s.'s david cameron has said he will provide 125 additional trainers to iraq. couple of big topics. one is climate change. german chancellor angela merkel has been pushing hard. when the final communicae comes
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out at the end of the sessions today, it will set the stage for a meeting in paris on climate change. what's going on in the u.s. congress on trade and whether the president will be able to push a trade deal through. we'll get the president's take on how all of this went a little later on today when he holds a news conference. todd? >> not easy issues at all. chris jansing in austria for us. thank you. time to get down to business with cnbc's landen downey. good morning to you. >> that's a tough backdrop to follow with the beautiful scenery but here we go. developers conference in san francisco today. expect the company to preview ios9 with major updates to maps and siri and split screen viewing of the apps. and tools to develop apps for the apple watch. american pharaoh's triple crown win could be very
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lucrative, horse's value at $50 million from stud fees over the next few years. his breeding rights were sold for a reported $13 million last year before he cruised to victory at the kentucky derby, preakness and belmont stakes. it's time to make and deliver the donuts. ceo of dunkin donuts tells cnbc a possible rollout in 2016 with 20% share of the u.s. bakery and coffee market. >> landen, there's a joke there on the stud fees but the producers are in my ear going please, do not go there. ld live for us on monday. have a good day. >> too. cavs without kyrie irving. turns out they didn't need them. steph curry, not so much. 5 of 23 from the field. 2 for 15 from three-point land. cavs pull it out to tie the series at 1.
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lebron james finished with a triple-double. 39 points 16 boards and 11 assists. to dublin ohio for the memorial. tiger woods, career worst 85 saturday and sunday not much better, 2 over par and posted the highest 72 hole score of his career at 302. he had a horrible weekend. he basically hit everything except the greens and, of course this guy. >> come out low. >> way right. was that a shank? >> i believe it is. >> it hit somebody. oh no. it's awful. >> holy smoke. >> there's something you don't see every day. >> that gentleman needs some help. >> that was done by justin rose. shanked his second shot from the bunker and drilled one of the spectators in the head. he went on to par the hole and forced a playoff. third playoff hole this par putt for his first-ever pga tour
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this is dying down though. we expect heavy rain to continue. that will be it. later this afternoon once we get the heat of the day going out of this cold front 70 million people at risk additional severe storms. wind danl the greatest threat and a little bit of flash flooding. other big story was hurricane blanca, 140-mile-per-hour winds at one point. making landfall as we speak on the western portion of the southern baja. this has really weakened down to 50-mile-per-hour winds. cabo san lucas got totally spared besides the large waves. no problem force tourists at all. be prepared in the ohio valley kentucky and tennessee for strong storms. >> you rarely root for a hurricane but out west they need that water. >> it's not going to make it. the storm dissipated too quickly. members of former wrestling squad are coming forward speaking out about allegations
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of sexual abuse. >> reporter: many of his former students are baffled. >> ever have any indication that any abuse was going on? >> knot none whatsoever. >> reporter: graduating from yorkville high in 1975. hastert had been his wrestling coach and scout leader. >> until more comes out, i'm still going to believe he's a good person. >> reporter: mike mcdave graduate in 1970 classmate of hastert's alleged victim. but mcdade said he never noticed anything suspicious. >> i know him as a friend as a teacher and a friend and there's no way. another friend of ryan boelt.
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>> his sister now tells msnbc she hopes more victim also come forward. who is individual a, the federal indictment alleges hastert agreed to pay $3.5 million to conceal past misconduct? hastert is charged with trying to abate federal banking records and lying to the fbi. in light of the recent allegations, his political record is drawing more scrutiny especially after the house ethics committee found he and his staff ignored early warning signs regarding mark foley, who resign friday congress in disgrace. foley sent sexually explicit messages to teenage boys. at the time president bush defended the handling of h the scandal. >> he is a father, teacher, coach who cares about the children of this country.
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>> reporter: his chief of staff, scott palmer isn't saying much about his former boss' indictment. >> i don't know anything about it snok i haven't worked for the man for -- >> that was nbc's gabe gutierrez reporting. hastert's first court appearance is tomorrow. lindsey graham would gladly welcome caitlyn jenner into the are republican party. shopping online... as easy as it gets. wouldn't it be great if hiring plumbers carpenters and even piano tuners... were just as simple? thanks to angie's list now it is. start shopping online...
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time for monday morning of scrambled politics. graham says jenner is welcome in the republican party. >> i haven't walked in her shoes. i don't have all the answers to the mysteries of life. i'm a pro-life traditional marriage kind of guy. but i'm running to be president of the united states. if caitlyn jenner wants to be a republican, she is welcome in my party. >> meanwhile, iowa senator joni earns is striking back at hillary clinton, you'll remember she criticized her saying quote, it's not enough to be a woman. she fired back saying women's issues in iowa include a strong economy, education and national defense. >> so you're throwing her words against you back at her now, aren't you? >> i am. i am. because i do believe you have to be a leader with a vision. and you have to show iowans that
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you want it. >> and not just a woman. >> and not just a woman. >> one of his 2016 primary challengers is getting momentum and confidence. bernie sanders said over the weekend he was going to win that state. you could safely causal him a liberal. right? good news for him. the share of registered voters identifying as liberals jumped to 26%, an increase of 3%. shares of conservatives dropped 4% -- four points i should say to 33%. we want to wish a very happy 90th birthday to former first lady barbara bush. depending on how 2016 goes maybe two more. she'll speak to jenna bush hager later on nbc's "today." i'm joined now by msnbc's jane timm.
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good morning. >> good morning. >> first think about that big weekend in iowa roast and ride fund-raiser, especially for scott walker according to many people coming out of that fund-raiser, he did a really good job. where do you put him in the race for the 2016 nomination? >> scott walker is on fire right now. grass roots, activists, organizers, plain old voters they say i really like this guy out of wisconsin. he has this sort of very mid western appeal. he rolls his sleeves up has a nice white, crisp shirt and tie and has a lot of great elections he has won three in the last four years. they're pretty interested in someone who has a track record of winning. >> he has come out and talked about how he might actually finish his college degree while in the white house, which would just be a complete contrast to any republican i can remember. >> you at least wonder if this issue, in fact that he dropped out of college to go run for
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office will be an issue that he doesn't have a college degree. people look at him and say i lot of people in this country also don't have a college degree also are working on finishing it whilst working and raising a family. >> carly fiorina, let's look at the "it's not enough to be a woman." >> it's one thing to combat someone who has a resume taller than i am. it's not just because she's a woman. it's because i don't think she's trust worthi and targets her accomplishments, resume and says i don't really think titles mean anything. hillary clinton definitely has been around and done a lot. and instead of getting into the issues a lot right now, this early in the game they're going after, you know the titles and saying maybe it doesn't mean that much. maybe she got there because she's a woman. >> quite frankly the men in the race, quite frankly can't do. >> they can, but not as easily and they can't do it as sharply as someone like carly fiorina.
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. finally this morning, with sepp blatter's resignation, he wore ridiculous gold shoes, took a bite from every item on the mcdonald's menu. and, of course chugged an entire bottle of bud light lime. well done mr. oliver.
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what's disturbing -- >> that's not easy with a bottle either. >> i've done all those things except the gold shoes. that's what's freaking me out. >> i've never had the bud wiser lime. >> what about the menu? it's good. "way too early" starts right now. >> as of june 7th, 2015 new york state police continues to search for two escaped prisoners from the clinton correctional facility in new york. the state police asks that the public take no chances, make no efforts to apprehend them and report any suspicious activity. if you see something, say something. >> breaking news this morning, two convicted felons on the run, after escaping from an upstate new york prison. the latest on the manhunt this morning. texas police officer on leave after this video surfaces of him wrestling the teenagers to the
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ground. what the town's mayor is saying about the incident. and broadway's big night. we were on the carpet as radio city welcomed the tony awards. this is "way too early." good morning everybody. it's monday june 8th. welcome to "way too early." i'm amy holmes. a manhunt under way in new york state after two convicted killers used power tools to break out of a maximum security state prison. hundreds are part of the search in upstate new york 25 miles from the canadian border. investigators have developed more than 150 leads but officials have little to show for it so far. nbc's john yang has this


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