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thank you for sharing your politics this sunday morning. "state of the union" starts right now. breaking news brand new poll numbers. our first look about what voters think about the republican pack sense wednesday's explosive debate. who is up? who is down? who might be on the way out? donald trump will be here to respond live. plus governor chris christie. >> i'm a republican in new jersey. i wake up every morning as an outsider. >> pundits say he had a good night. are the points he scored enough to put him back in the game? an exclusive sunday interview next. then governor kasich trying
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to sell his experience. >> i flew on this plane with ronald reagan. his goals and mine pretty much the same. >> will playing up his time in washington work? a race so far that favors political outsiders. i'll ask him. and the best political team on television will be here with insights from the campaign trail. hello i'm jake tapper in washington, d.c., where the state of our union is radically reshuffling. breaking right now a brand new k kcnn poll, the first since wednesday's debate. donald trump maintain his first place status though his lead has dropped to 24%. carly fiorina leaping to second place. her debate performance landing her at 15% squeaking by dr. ben carson who is now at third place with 14%. also, surging into fourth place
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marco rubio who got rave reviews. he takes 11% in double digits. he's jumping ahead of his mentor and friend jeb bush who is treading water at 9%. bush's supporters and donors are openly worried about his fall in the polls this summer. perhaps the most jaw-dropping number belongs to scott walker. once the leader in iowa, once considered one of the top contenders in the race he doesn't even register in the new poll with less than 1 half of 1%. that's right. i said less than one-half of 1%. it's a remarkable shake up. we have so much to talk about this morning. i want to start with the republican frontrunner donald trump who joins me by phone. thank you for joining us. they show you're still in the lead bay wide margin but you have lost some support with fiorina and rubio going up considerly. >> caller: i'm surprised because other polls have come out where i picked after the debate. i gained in the debate. i'm in first place in every poll
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but gained substantially in a couple of them. i'm a little surprised but, you know, it's a poll. the only poll that matters is the big one. you know that one. it's going to be the election. >> of course. i want to ask you about the exchange with the voter on the campaign trail. let's play it. >> we have a problem in this country called muslims. we know our current president is one. you know he's not even an american. -- >> we need this question. >> but anyway we have training camps growing wi ining where tho kill us. that's my question, when can we get rid of them? >> we're looking at a lot of different things. a lot of people are saying bad things are happening out there. we'll look at that and plenty of other things. >> mr. trump, forget the notion of defending president obama for a second. i don't want to talk about. that you are running to be president of united states of america. that includes millions of peaceful, law-abiding muslims who love this country.
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this man said, quote, we have a problem in this country called muslims. you're not responsible for what he says, but this is unvarnished ignorant bigotry. you are a leader. you are the frontrunner in the republican race. do you not have a responsibility to call out the hatred? >> we could be politically correct, if you want, but are you trying to say we don't have a problem. i think everybody would agree. i have friends that are muslims. they're great people, amazing people. and most muslims like most everything these are fabulous people, but we certainly do have a problem. i mean, you have a problem throughout the world. >> what's the problem? >> well, you have radicals that are doing things. it wasn't people from sweden that blow up the world trade center, jake. >> i get that. to say we have a problem and it is called muslims because there are some extremist muslims is tarring all muslims. you would agree that the -- >> i don't agree with that at all. you have extremism muslims in a
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class by themselves. it is a problem in this country and it's a problem throughout the world. >> what if he said we have a problem in this world it's called blacks. would you have said something then? >> no. i listened to his questions. i listened to his questions and he made a question/probably statement but i listened to his question and i actually didn't respond. this was the first time -- because over the weekend as you know few covered it but cnn covered it well it was a big subject and i said it's the first time i've had a situation like this where i didn't say anything. so it was a question that was asked in front of a totally packed house. nobody thought much of it until the following couple of hours when it came became a pretty big subject. we have a problem with radical muslims. there's no question about that. i think you would be the first to admit that. >> i don't think it's a same thing of saying we have a problem with muslims but i don't think we're going to get very far. >> i can say this i've already
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said i have tremendous people i know that are muslims. they're wonderful people. they live in this country, by the way, in most cases, and they're tremendous. but you do have a problem with radical muslims. there's no question about it. >> all right. i want to move on. take a listen to the new web video that is being put out by the jeb bush campaign being released this morning. it's about the exchange you two had. you and governor bush during the debate about whether or not you pushed for casino gambling in florida. i want to play it and get your reaction. >> the one guy that had some special interests that i know of that tried to get me to change my views on something that was generous and gave me money was trump. he wanted casino gambling in florida. >> no. >> yes, you did. we said no. >> wrong. >> we said no. and that's the simple fact. >> trump was wrong and bush was right. that makes trump a liar. >> so that's very strong calling you a liar.
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fact checkers say you pushed for casino gambling in florida. did you not? >> no, i never called jeb bush and that's what i was saying. i never called him. it was ultimately approved by the next governor shortly thereafter. it was approved and very strongly by the next governor. the governor who took bush's place. i never called jeb bush and i never jeb bush to approve gambling. >> you had a fund-raiser for him? >> years before. i had a fund-raiser for him years before. i never called him. had i called him i think he would have done it. i never called jeb bush. >> following the debate you said to morning joe, i think, you were surprised jeb bush did not push harder for an apology to his wife. if he had pushed harder, would you have apologized? >> no. i said nothing wrong. i said very nice things about his wife. if you see the clip. i think he did the right thing.
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i think he might have asked, probably, that was a sound byte that was given by the pollsters, you know. but i wouldn't have apologized because i did nothing wrong. if you look at the clip, the whole clip, very nice things are stated about his wife. >> i know but you're saying i'm asking more about you said you were surprised he didn't push harder. i'm wondering -- >> i thought he might have pushed harder. i didn't know. it wouldn't have changed my mind. >> you recently released a plan cast as protecting the second amendment, but you've also said you think more needs to be done on the issue of mental health when it comes to people disturbed getting guns. last year's school shooting -- after the shooting california passed a law allowing judges to temporarily take away someone's guns if they're deemed to be a threat at the urging of family members but it would be done without a hearing. is that a kind of measure you would support? >> it's something i would
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strongly look into. the mental health problem is a big, big problem. i see in new york where people are released and shouldn't be on the streets. it's something i can look at. >> you said you would be far better on women's issues than the likely democratic candidate nominee hillary clinton. let me ask about one specific policy she's talking about on the trail. she's trying to draw a contrast between herself and republicans. do you think the federal government should require businesses to provide paid family leave or do you think that's an unfair mandate? >> we're going to be releasing a policy on it over the next three to four weeks. we're working on it now. >> i want to ask you about veteran's issues. you said you'll be fantastic for veterans the only specific i've heard you say is you would build more hospitals for them. is there anything else you would do for veterans? one of the things i would do is fix the hospitals. we would build some but as you probably heard a couple of weeks ago the longest wait in the
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history of the va -- the veteran's administration people waiting to see their doctor. the longest recorded in the history of the va and what i'm going to do is make it so that they will be able to go out and use private doctors and we'll pay the private doctors. there's no reason for a person to wait in a waiting room forest fire fi-- for five days. i think it's disgraceful. so we're going to also, you know, do a little bit of free market thing. if cases like that happen, they'll be able to go to doctors whether it's private or a public hospital in a community where they can get immediate service and really good treatment and quickly. >> who do you think had a good night in the debate other than you? z>> well, i think carly had a good night, but i think you gave her a lot of easy questions. you know, you read off a couple of questions where you had to say "i agree with that" i think she had some pretty easy
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questions. you gave her some beautiful softballs. i have good marks. i have won every poll in terms of the debate, but i think certainly and this happened with bob -- certainly i got the toughest questions. i think with you i got the toughest questions. when they weren't asked to me they were asked to other people with my name in them. 40% had trump or trump-related. >> you are the frontrunner, sir. >> i think carly did well and marco did well. i think just about everybody did well. i don't think there was any disaster. >> who do you think is your toughest competition? >> i would have to go by your polls. i'm a believer in polls. i believe strongly. i watched polls all my life and it's amazing how accurate they are. sometimes they're wrong but pretty much they're accurate. so based on that bend, the carly would be one and perhaps marco and maybe bush.
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i don't know. bush seems to be fading very fast. i think, you know, when you're in favor of common core and when you are weak on immigration, i think it's a big thing to -- i don't know how you overcome that, frankly. >> donald trump, thank you. we appreciate you taking our questions. >> thank you very much, jake. coming up the laugh lines made him a crowd favorite at the debate. what is governor chris christie's next move? i'll ask him live next. when you do business everywhere, the challenges of keeping everyone working together can quickly become the only thing you think about. that's where at&t can help. at&t has the tools and the network you need, to make working as one easier than ever.
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hello. welcome back to "state of the union" i'm jake tapper back in washington after wednesday's debate at the rond raald reagan library. governor christie was stage left but he found himself in the center of the debate thought the night. >> i'm as entertained as anyone by the personal back and forth about the history of donald and carly's career, for the 55-year-old construction worker who doesn't have a job, who
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can't fund his child's education. they could careless about your careers. they care about theirs. let's talk about that on this stage and stop playing the games. >> joining me now from new york city governor chris christie. thank you for joining us. three people seemed to get the most positive reviews from pundits coming out of the debate. yourself, senator marco rubio, carly fiorina. you, to put it nicely, you didn't seem too impressed by miss fiorina. take a listen. >> carly, listen, you interrupted else on the stage. you won't interrupt me. >> you made a point of interjecting when fiorina and trump were going at each other about who had the worst record as a ceo. she's in second place. why do you think you're a better candidate than her? >> you look what i've been able to do over the course of six years now. we stood up for the people of new jersey that needed to be stood up. for taxes had been increased
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monumentally in the time before i became governor. we vetoed more tax increases than any governor in history. we've done the work needed to create jobs in new jersey, give people opportunity, and make them understand the law will be enforced and things will be better in our state and across our country if we do that. so, you know, i just think that what i've done and the vision i've laid out, which is much more specific than anybody else in this race on the title of reform, and education reform are the things that people want to hear over the course of time. >> the questioned i asked carly fiorina why should they like you over donald trump? you seem to take issue with her answer. >> what i took issue with is these folks, donald and carly, and that interchange and there are a lot of others that night. they spent their time talking about themselves and none talking about the people that matter. it you're a middle class american watching that debate and hearing billionaire donald
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trump and multimillionaire carly fiorina argue about who made more or lost less. that doesn't do anything for their lives. i wanted to bring the debate back to what it should be. how do we help create opportunity and jobs for folks and their children. how do we help them pay off their student debt, try to make their lives better. it wasn't about a critique of their answer. it was their attitude. their attitude was look at me. look at me. it's all about me. it should be about the people in the audience and their problems and their concerns. that's what the american people. want to hear. how will we help them fix their problems? >> capitol hill facing a big moment muof truth coming up. the big question whether or not republicans in congress should force the issue of whether or not to defund planned parenthood to the extent there would be a government shut down. it sounds like you kind of switched your views on whether or not republicans should make that case. take a listen to what you said wednesday's debate and compare it to what you said when i asked
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you about it last month. let's play that tape. >> we should be doing these things and forcing the president to take action. let's force him to do what he says. >> we shouldn't be throwing around threats like that. it doesn't help. >> have you changed heart on this? do you feel more strongly than you did last month that republicans should force the issue when it comes to planted pander hoot defunding? >> i don't think there's any difference in those two things. you shouldn't be throwing around threats. you should be taking action. that's what i've done as governor new jersey to defund planned parenthood and not worrying about what the pundits or critics will say. my point with republican congress they haven't put tax reform on the president's desk, they haven't put a repeal of obamacare. if the president wants to veto these things. i understand the way the system works. let's let the american people
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see who the obstructionist is in washington, d.c. we gave the majorities in 2010 in the house and in 2014 in the senate and they have done nothing with them. they need to do some things. if the president is going to veto them, that's the president's voice. at least the american people will know who the obstructionist is. we look like we're obstructionists now by getting nothing done and making excuses. now the latest excuses we need 60 in the senate. let's get something done. >> you said in august, you know, we didn't do well when we shut down the government last time. everyone should take a deep breath. >> jake, absolutely i agree we didn't do well when we shut down the government before and i standby what i said. you should put a defunding of planted pand planned parenthood bill on the desk. in a way that preserves the body parts to be sold on the open market for profit is something that he stands for.
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that's an important differentiation between our party and the president's party if that's the position he wants to take. so let's take action and put it on his desk. if he wants to veto them. let him veto them. >> the pope will soon be until the united states. right now the pope is in cuba. he helped broker the new steps of diplomatic ties between this country and that country. >> i think the pope is wrong. so the fact is that his infallibility is on religious matters. not on political ones. and the fact is that, for me, i just believe that when you have a government that is harboring fugitives, murdering fugitives murdered a state policeman in new jersey who has been harbored for the last 40 years held up as a hero. this president can extend diplomatic relations with that country without getting her
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returned. in the prison sense she was sentenced to by a jury of her peers in new jersey is outrageous. and so i just happen to disagree with the pope on this one. >> donald trump has come under fire for comments he made at the debate falsely linking vaccines to autism. as you know, the medical community is horrified he keeps repeating this falsehood. they call it dangerous. do you think donald trump should stop saying this? >> listen, i'm not going to get anywhere in this race telling donald trump what to say and what the not to say. i can only say what mary and i do in our childrefamily. our kids are vaccinated. >> i asked you about the names. true heart. that's the name of a care bear. they're kind, affectionate, attentiv attentive, and obviously very huggable. i don't know if you have any response to that. we found it an interesting note. >> if you agree i'm huggable and
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the american people agree i'm huggable then i'm going to be the 45th president of the united states. no doubt about that. >> thank you so much. we want to invite you back to talk about foreign policy. iran, syria, and the other issues we have on our plate. >> look forward. when we come back what did governor john kasich say that landed him in hillary clinton's cross hairs. why is she comparing him to donald trump? people don't have to think about
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welcome back to "state of the union" ohio governor john kasich is under fire for a comment he made about hispanic workers, specifically the maid at his hotel. >> and a lot of jobs that they're willing to do, and that's why in the hotel you'll leave a little tip, you know. this lady -- my hoteler in l.a.
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she wrote this note it said "i really want you to know that i care about your stay." that is just -- isn't that the greatest thing? we can learn a lot. and she's hispanic. because i didn't know it at the time but i met her in the hallway and asked if i could get a little bit more soap. >> governor john kasich of ohio, thank you for joining us. i want to start with the remarks. you were obviously giving an impassioned talk about inclusiveness, which i know is important to you. you ended up discussing tipping latino hotel maid for giving you extra soap. hillary clinton responded in spanish on twitter translated "another product of t-- doesn'tn talking about tips." do you regret your remarks? >> if i have to be clear i'm trying to say in the course of a presidential campaign i'm glad i
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don't move so fast that i ignore people. and my views on our hispanic friends across this country have been very positive. they are impactive in so many ways. my plan on immigration is intended to keep families together and give them a good place in american society. if somebody needs me to clarify that that's fine. i have great respect for them. i think they're an important fabric of america. >> in your opening remarks on wednesday night you deftly included the big enormous prop behind us mentioning that you had flown on air force one with president reagan. given the republican electorate has elevated the three candidates who are not politicians carly four fiorina, donald trump, do you think your
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years in the reagan era is a hindrance? >> i'm fundamentally a reformer. i have. i've been in there to shake things up and i've done it throughout my entire career never worried about polls or popularity. my whole deal is to improve things. so interesting because i'm both an inside and outside player. my whole point pointing to the airport you need a pilot who can deliver change. it sounds like a cliche. whether it's balancing the budgeting with being involved in major defense reform or turning ohio around. i hope that gives me the credibility so people know when i'm president i know how to move power, money, and influence out of washington. how do bring about the reforms we need and understand how the system works. if you were at a town hall meeting and made comments that seemed to suggest that president obama is a muslim even though she's not and there is something
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wrong with muslims in general. how do you think you would react? >> you know, i would react -- i ran for re-election. i don't know i uttered the words the name barack obama and you don't hear me say much about it. i don't agree with him, but i don't believe those things. if somebody said that, i would correct them immediately and, frankly, it's the president is an american. i believe the president is a christian, and enough of that. you know, i just don't like that kind of rhetoric. so i may not agree with the president on many issues, but i sure respect the office and, you know, i respect the man. even though i don't agree with him so much of the time. >> there is a big moment during the debate when you and senator ted cruz talking about the iran deal. the iran of whether it can be ripped up on day one. you talking about more making sure it's enforced and getting rid of it if iranians are violating the deal. at this point right now do you
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think there's anything congress can do, anything republicans can oppose the iran deal can do? >> yeah i think there is, jake. you and i both understand capitol hill and we know there's certain decorum, particularly in the united states senate. but frankly, i think they ought to go to the nuclear option in the united states senate. they should declare this a big constitutional issue and whether the agreement is put into effect or not, it ought to be decided by 51 votes. not by 60 votes or some filibuster and some people would say, well, that's not really good. well, this has happened before on the passage of judges. when it comes to a treaty this critical, one i strongly oppose, i think the republicans in the senate ought to say that we're not going to permit this to be blocked because of a filibuster. there ought to be a vote and there ought to be extreme measures taken to achieve it. it is really critical.
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if that happens, then the senate will have its say, the president may veto it, and the american people will have more to say because i don't meet many people here in the country who like this agreement. they think it endangers our allies and us. >> obviously we are all very upset by the stories about veterans not getting the care they earned through the va system in a new report from the va inspector general more than 300,000 veterans died while waiting for care. dr. ben carson has essentially called for closing the va and folding in most health care for veterans into the pentagon. you have a lot of experience in government. do you think the plan would work? what would you do? >> first of all, i think we need to expand the voucher program so a veteran can get the health care they need as soon as they can possibly can get it. it shouldn't be just limited to the va hospital. secondly, my sense is you have to decentralize the va.
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it would be a case, i believe, where we've got to get some of the smartest business minds in the country together to create a model. that model is going to be more decentralized. i think it's essential we expand the voucher program. if i'm a veteran and i need help, i can go to any hospital, any care facility as quickly as i can be admitted and get the care i need. and the veterans are our golden employees, they're our golden employees. this is a terrible, terrible situation and they ought to be our highest priority. >> ohio governor john kasich, thank you very much. we'll see you out there on the campaign trail. >> thank you, jake. thank you very much. coming up can carly fiorina turn her numbers into cold hard campaign cash? our panel weighs in after the break.
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you know, it's interesting to me, mr. trump said he heard mr. bush very clearly in what mr. bush said. i think women all over this country heard clearly what mr. trump said. [ applause ] >> carly fiorina took that moment. she rehan with it. the policy rewarded her. joining us to talk about it president of the senate conservatives fund, neera tandem, and cnn political commentators. thank you for being here. we have a lot to chew over. who won the debate and who did the best for themselves? we asked this as a debate question as a poll question. one of them 52% said carly fiorina won the debate. 14% marco rubio, 11% donald trump, 6% chris christie. do you agree? >> yeah. she was dominant. she wanted her to talk in every
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conversation. i will say just sort of on the numbers for rubio to move as much as he has for anyone other than donald trump and carly to have broken through is a huge, huge deal. whatever he was doing, actually wasn't much leading up to the debate. it worked. >> you, as a democrat, you do not want marco rubio? >> no. he scares me. he's a dangerous general election candidate. i thought he did well. carly did well. >> you mean dangerous in the sense you feel he could be a strong candidate. >> dangerous as one day he could be the 45th president of the united states. >> you're not locking your doors. >> no. but i think that carly exhibited that board room composure. she was in there with all the men. she handled her own. she did very well. and also on the undercard i think lindsey graham and rick santorum did well. i watched it the whole five
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hours. >> more than my parents could say, probably. you were looking for a strong conservative. it you see anying on t ing oon ? >> none stepped up to that point. carly performed well but she's immediately getting the scrutiny on that point. is she conservative? she has t.a.r.p. and immigration she's being looked at over and conservatives trust but verify are not really going to appreciate. >> she supported the bail out and that bothers you. she was wishy on immigration reform. >> because she supported the gang of eight? >> and the california dream act. >> we don't even need opposition research. we roll ken out there. >> he's conservative. >> what did you think? >> i thought carly was dom nantd. i thought it was ironic because she had great presence. she was attacking donald trump as being, you know, a good presenter, a good actor. i thought she was great on her
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presentation. fantastic. her facts are a little bit to be disputed. i mean, she had an incredible moment about the plantned parenthood video. it was incredible to have a notion about that and it turned out to be false. >> we can't debate about that. >> we can. >> we've had this discussion. >> yeah. we went back and looked and there is a moment where a woman -- >> describes it. >> describes something she saw but it's very clear she says hillary clinton and barack obama see the video and you'll see what planned parenthood does. that'sned parenthood doesn't do that. >> but to the larger point carly wins. carly wins with the audience. >> that's like donald trump wins. >> something that is real. that is something that happened. it's abomble and she's talking about it. >> the question about carly becomes is she a businesswoman
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with a record to run on a lot like mitt romney did in the standard bearer for the party or a flash in the pan more comparable to michelle backme b? >> if you just compare her business positioning and her personal story is good, but her business positioning compared to mitt romney. mitt romney was undisputely a spectacular businessman. look what happened to mitt romney. now he didn't defend and really use his record as an offensive point, and so how does that play out for carly? >> we saw what barbara boxer did. >> it's problematic and she -- >> but carly fiorina makes mitt romney look like he's the pope when it comes to these issues. >> what do you mean? >> like, she has 30,000 people
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who were terminated. >> during a merger. >> yes. she had a merger and hewle hewlett-packa hewlett-packard's profits went down. >> she responded to a lot of this in the debate. when she was on this show a few weeks ago and i asked her about the accusations she had an answer that was, i think, the american people would like somebody to trim jobs from the government. the question was what do you say to people looking to create american jobs. why should they pick you over trump? she bashed his bankruptcies. >> right. >> she's going to have to answer this and many, many more questions. >> right. >> right. and you don't even get the stock price there. >> you don't even get to the golden parachute. >> that's it.
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the golden parachute. >> they get fired and you go home. you lay off 30,000 people and then you become set for the rest of your life. generational wealth. >> that's what i'm saying donald trump is actually -- i don't like him as a candidate but he goes after the hedge funds. carly fiorina has a problem when it comes to that kind of issue. she's the poster of issue of people don't like -- >> there are two big shockers. rubio a great performance in this poll going to double digits. faulting over jeb bush. but i'm stunned by the scott walker fall. less than one-half of o1%. is this dead man walkering? >> oh, man! >> as a dad, i'm allowed to make that pun. it's in the contract.
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>> only with your children. >> i'm one of those -- because i know -- >> i'll back you. you're freshly married. >> but i don't have an explanation for that. that is -- >> of course you do. >> i want to ask -- >> look, he has the best record of performance of a good cast of governors in this race from a republican -- >> in a blue state. >> that's right. >> you said whatever you want, but he's taken on one of the biggest special interests in the world. >> he does not exist in this kind of climate. he cannot breakthrough. i know, scott walker. you've met him. he says over and over again i'm not going to get personal. i'm aggressively boring. that's great. i can relate to that. i like his record. but when there's 17 people in a
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field when they're throwing punc punches and you're going to be the guy that talks about your record, it's not going to breakthrough. >> it just doesn't work. >> especially when your record is successfully fighting. >> everybody is saying the message of the republican party is that the government has failed. it seems if that's your message for year after year after year people are going to go to someone who has never been in government. that's why the top three candidates are outsiders. >> they're outsiders. thank you so much. great round table. when we come back, we'll take you to havana where pope francis is making an historic visit. what he said to the castro brothers. next. big day? ah, the usual. moved some new cars. hauled a bunch of steel. kept the supermarket shelves stocked. made sure everyone got their latest gadgets. what's up for the next shift? ah, nothing much. just keeping the lights on.
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