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"strange inheritance." thanks so much for watching, and remember -- you can't take it with you. tuesday, a lot to go through. now, here's the man himself. lou dobbs. lou: good evening, everybody. i'm lou dobbs. political analysts have been dismissing donald trump since he first announced his candidacy last june. tonight some of those so-called savants are calling him the inevitable nominee after his blowout win in nevada. >> you know, we weren't expected -- a couple of months ago, we weren't expected to win this one. if you listen to the pundits, we weren't expected to win too much and now winning, winning, winning the country. lou: trump swept every demographic in nevada. trump so dominant that today he was answering questions about
what kind of person he might want to be his vice president? >> the main quality that you want is somebody that can be a great president, if something happens to you. don't you think? that's got to be number one, and then i would want somebody that could help me with government. most likely that would be a political person because, you know, i'm business and i'm very good at what i do and all of that. lou: now, all of that may be just a little premature, but it's obvious the establishment believes trump is now the man to beat, and the republican establishment is more desperate than ever to stop him. they rolled out the 2012 establishment loser to slime trump, former presidential candidate mitt romney tried to do exactly that on neil cavuto's fox news show this afternoon. >> we have good reason to believe that there's a bombshell in donald trump's taxes. >> what do you mean?
>> either he's not anywhere near as wealthy as he says he is or hasn't been paying the taxes we expect him to pay, or perhaps he hasn't been giving money to the vets or disabled like he's been telling us like he's been doing. lou: trump responded in a tweet saying, quote -- dirty politics? you bet. but that's where we are now. we take up all the dirty tricks in this race and who is likely to survive them all with former reagan white house political director and republican strategist ed rollins, and former chairman of the south carolina republican party van hipp. and apple ceo says he knows best or better than the federal government and doesn't have to help in the government's fight against radical islamist terrorism, apparently believing
he can with impunity defy a federal court which ordered apple to break into a phone used by a terrorist. cook says he can't unless apple were to expose people to incredible vulnerabilities. we'll have the latest on the apple-fbi confrontation tonight. our top story, donald trump's near landslide victory in nevada, third consecutive big win, the focus now, super tuesday where ted cruz faces a do or die primary in texas and trump's opponents won't go down without a fight. fox news chief political correspondent carl cameron with our report. >> reporter: buoyed by third win in a row, donald trump with televangelist pat robertson by his side albeit briefly when asked about his attacks. >> things were said that were real lies, and i won't mention
because i can't mention. i've gobt a good person today, at least for the next hour. >> reporter: out of a record 75,000 votes cast in nevada last night. trump got 45.9%. 34,531 votes that's more than rubio's 17,540 combined with cruzes 16,079. >> we won with evangelicals, won with young, won with old, won with highly educated, we won with poorly educated. i love the poorly educated. 46% were the hispanics! 46%. number one! with hispanics! [ cheers ] >> i'm really happy about that. >> reporter: trump has not won a majority of the votes in any state so rubio is voicing the establishment hope that others drop out so one candidate can unite the rest of the g.o.p. >> until there is consolidation, you're not going to have a clear alternative to donald trump. i'm as conservative as anyone in the race but the
conservative that can unify the republican party. >> reporter: rubio, cruz and john kasich have to face off against trump on home turfs in three weeks. both kasich and rubio have do or die contests on march 15th when each state's delegate prize is winner take all. endorsed by texas governor greg abbott today cruz called texas the crown jewel of the entire election. >> we can't get this wrong. we can't be fooled by p.t. barnum. the time for the clowns and the acrobats and the dancing bears has passed. >> reporter: trump controlled the dialogue and made much of it about personality and political tactics instead of policy for all the candidates. >> they keep forgetting when people drop out, we're going to get a lot of votes. >> reporter: trump plans big rallies in 25 cities in three weeks as the race goes national.
ted cruz has to figure out how to beat trump in texas because losing in his home state could be lethal. lou? lou: thank you very much, carl cameron. hillary clinton is campaigning in south carolina tonight ahead of the state's primary saturday. clinton heavily favored to win the state, senator bernie sanders isn't going down without a fight during a town hall last night clinton hit sanders after she said she would release transcripts of wall street speeches if everyone else does! >> why is there one standard for me and not for everybody else? >> secretary clinton said i will do it if other people do it. i am happy to release all of my paid speeches to wall street. here it is, chris. there ain't none. i don't do that. i don't get speakers' fees from goldman sachs. it's not there. so i'm happy to do my best release anything of the
speeches, won't be shocking to anybody. lou: clinton made nearly $3 million talking to big banks from 2013-2015. clinton's e-mail server scandal one of the subjects of house hearing. attorney general loretta lynch promised the american people an independent investigation. >> expect our investigation into how information was handled by the state department. how they handle classified information, as i'm sure you know that matter is handled by career independent law enforcement agents. fbi agents, as well as the career independent attorneys in the department of justice. they follow the evidence, they look at the law, and they'll make a recommendation to me when the time is appropriate. lou: and time seems to be moving slowly indeed. clinton herself says she's not too concerned. >> i have turned over 55,000 pages of e-mails. nobody in any cabinet position has ever been as transparent
oro. i know there are challenges about what the state department did or didn't do. that will all be worked out. it is not something that is going to have any lasting effect, and i'm not worried about it. lou: not at all worried about it, but loretta lynch confirming that it is a criminal investigation, not simply a security review. as we've reported here, clinton and her top aides including huma abedin could face depositions under oath about the e-mail scandal as early as this summer as a result of a suit by private sector interests, and we'll see what happens there. turning to the fight over the supreme court vacancy. president obama vows to move forward with a replacement for justice antonin scalia, despite republican vows to absolutely not take up the nominees in hearing or otherwise. the president today wrote in a
blog post that he will choose someone who is quote imminently qualified and recognize the limits of the judiciary's role end quote, and the nomniqued be from the opposite side of the aisle. there are reports that the administration is vetting the centrist republican governor of nevada brian sandoval, whose name he might put forward to fill scalia's seat on the high court. mr. obama inviting senate majority leader mitch mcconnell, chuck grassley to the white house tomorrow. neither, neither has accepted the kind invitation. apple ceo tim cook sitting down with abc news to explain why he's refusing to create software that would help the fbi break into an iphone used by one of the terrorists in san bernardino. here is cook now explaining a short time ago on abc news why he will not cooperate with the government. >> we know that doing this
could expose people to incredible vulnerabilities. this is not something that we would create. this would be bad for america. it would also set a precedent that i believe many people in america would be offended by. lou: the modest mr. cook putting his judgment ahead of both the court and the attorney general, presumably the president as well as the director of the fbi. we'll see how it works out. and we may see sooner than expected, apple must answer the federal government by this friday. and researcher in houston announcing they developed the first rapid diagnostic test for the zika virus. this test can identify apparently whether the virus dna is present in a person as quickly as one day. previously physicians had to ship blood and other samples to the centers for disease control in atlanta and await their
examination and a response. the country had just about 90 cases of zika. most contracted from people traveling to central and south america, but mosquito borne exposure is expected to rise as we approach the summer months. we're coming right back, much, much more ahead tonight, a busy night indeed. stay with us. donald trump sweeps the nevada caucuses. he won every major demographic. >> we won the evangelicals. we won with young. we won with old. we won with highly educated. we won with poorly educated. number one with hispanics! >> three big wins in a row, can cruz or rubio catch him? former reagan white house political director, republican strategist ed rollins next. and this free rider takes on more than snow, water, grass, buildings, how about a helicopter, flip over it. all of it in one, one crazy all of it in one, one crazy
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he leveled that accusation talking with fox news' neil cavuto. >> we have good reason to believe that there's a bombshell in donald trump's taxes. >> what do you mean? >> i think there's something there. either he's not anywhere near as wealthy as he says he is or hasn't been paying the taxes we expect him to pay, or perhaps he hasn't been giving money to the vets or to the disabled, like he's been telling us he's been doing. lou: joining us now, former reagan white house political director, republican strategist ed rollins. ed, what do you make of governor romney out on the slime trail. >> in a way it's outrageous and wouldn't like to have somebody speculate what's in his taxes. lou: he doesn't like what's in his taxes, anyway. >> most people were expecting him to endorse somebody and said he wasn't going to endorse somebody because he didn't like policy positions and obviously took a slam at trump.
lou: obviously, calculated. that sound like by the way, neil, this happened to occur to me. >> i think he batters his wife but i'm not sure. and i don't think that's healthy, as a former nominee of the party. it's hard enough to pull all of this back together again, and i'm sympathetic to the establishment, if they want to put a candidate up and beat this by, have at it. at the end of the day, the voters overwhelmingly supporting him and getting stronger and stronger by the day. yesterday was a very, very strong turnout. when you think in terms of more people voted for him yesterday than actually voted in the primary four years ago. it's building. lou: it's building, but again it's still, it's three consecutive races for trump. a long way to go, and next tuesday, super tuesday, we're going to see how ted cruz does
in his home state against trump. how big a deal is it for cruz and for trump, texas i'm talking about. >> if cruz doesn't win this home state, he's not a viable candidate. he might as well drop out next day. same for ohio with kasich and same with florida for rubio. if you can't carry your own state, the rollins rule after gore lost in tennessee and couldn't carry the presidency. obviously you are not a viable candidate long term. lou: rubio, i get a kick out of people begging rubio and cruz to quit fighting each other and go after trump. i believe -- do you think they've been leaving one another alone, that is leaving trump alone? i don't see that at all. >> i think the fear is trump punches back pretty hard and from the start most people thought trump would collapse. he hasn't collapsed. gotten stronger as time's gone on. lou: he's destroyed more candidates than -- >> listen, there are 17
candidates to start, the biggest field in the history of the party and they're all gone except for the three or four that are left or viable. he's done it without money. hasn't spent anywhere near the money people have. everybody keeps saying he has no organization. he keeps winning in the organizational places. >> if that's true, the candidates ought to be jettisoning all the savants and gurus and jeb bush should have done so and connect with trump, it's working for him. >> the messages are very clear. while rubio and cruz are battling about words in the immigration bill, he says we're going to build a wall and throw everybody out here illegally. that's a clear message like the tv show, you're fired. i'm a leader, vit ball and get it across the goal line. whether that can be sustained over a long period of time, we'll see. it's working well for him. lou: we have two polls, the
emerson poll, the houston poll, the media poll showing the houston media poll, 15 point difference in favor of cruz, the emerson poll posted to real clear politics shows cruz with a one-point lead over trump. i don't know what to make of it. tell us what should we make of this? >> because of the victory yesterday and the victory in south carolina, there's the momentum out of that -- >> already, you think? >> absolutely. wherever cruz was a week ago, he's got a competitive running. the other thing you have to watch for in florida and texas is big absentee ballots that have taken place. in florida, even though bush is out of the race, people have voted for bush, may affect rubio's vote in the end. lou: i was talking with lieutenant governor there dan patrick, and he pointed out they have 250,000 absentee ballots already. that's a big number. >> big number, absolutely.
lou: and he's a big cruz supporter and thinks they've got a significant advantage there. >> again, cruz has had allegedly the strongest organization, if you can't win your own state that you won the senate race, you are basically in trouble. we have to wait and see. lou: it seems to be the watch words of the campaign. we'll see. all right, ed, always good to see you, thank you. ed rollins. breaking news now, more than 80 million people along the east coast tonight are threatened by severe weather. tornado watches, warnings in effect all along the i95 corridor from south carolina to new jersey, a powerful storm system moving along the coast, claiming the lives of six people in the gulf coast and mid-atlantic states. we're watching this storm system. we will have updates to you as soon as there's a development, and as this system approaches. vote in our poll tonight --
we'd like to hear from you about your thoughts about the importance of endorsements. cast your vote on twitter -- links to everything, loudobbs.com. and now, we want to show you this, if we may. this incredible video. wow. a french professional skier showing off just how talented he is. that's right. skis over water, over rocks. look at this. we'll get to the water and the rocks later. i'm fascinated by this. what makes people do that? those incredible jumps, landing incredible takeoffs, doing amazing tricks. we're not through with the helicopter by golly, there it
is one more time. up next, republicans squabbling over who's going to be the party's nominee. who's trying to fix the republicans' technology gap with the democrats? it would be a shame to go through all of this fuss and mess and have a technology gap when it counts on the 8th of november. that's precisely what the former chairman of the south carolina republican party van hipp is warning everybody who will listen. warning them about. and what happens when tourists on safari run into something like this or it runs into them? we'll show you next. stay with us.
over 50%, donald trump underperformed not once but twice in the state. the majority of the republican electorate, the majority of republican voters do not want donald trump to be the nominee. lou: how does he know that? let's go back to underperformed. in 2012 mitt romney won the nevada caucuses with 61% of the vote. romney won in 2008, 51%, he's slighting there. more than 22,000 votes. donald trump pulled in more than double what romney did in 2012. despite trump only getting 46% of the vote. and trump's win comes amid record turnout in nevada but shattered the record set four years ago. rubio, by the way, had only half as many votes as trump. perhaps rubio might reconsider definition of underperform. we're a long way, a long way from anyone wrapping up this
nomination, but the establishment refuses to accept trump is dominating the field and outperforming the choices of the republican establishment over the last couple of cycles. the establishment in fact has a lousy record, a losing record. you think they'd appreciate the help of the republican grassroots voters, wouldn't you? instead they're fighting those voters, resisting their preferred candidates in this year of the outsider. and there's no better measure of the elite's desperation than for them to send in mitt romney into the fray as their hatchet man, romney. hatchet man. doesn't sound right, does it? he was a poor presidential candidate in 2012 and certainly shown himself to be a lousy political hatchet man in 2016. romney's done enough for the gop. doesn't it seem so to you? our quotation of the evening. this one from benjamin franklin who said --
could this be a setback to the entire political profession. coming up next, take up the lighter side of politics with red eye's andy levy and joanne nosuchinsky, we're coming right back. stay with us. donald trump says political endorsements don't mean much to him. now that he's got three big wins. >> we weren't expected to win too much and now we're winning, winning, winning the country. lou: trump hasn't surprised the former chairman of the south carolina republican party certainly, but van hipp doesn't want any unpleasant surprises for donald trump in november either. and the newest atlas robot is the closest thing to humanoid you'll see, at least for a little while.
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reagan's winning coalition. president nixon before he called them the silent majority, lou, he called them the forgotten americans. people go to church, pay taxes but the government let them down. i think we're seeing the forgotten americans come home. we've seen 100,000 forgotten americans back in the system and came out and voted in record numbers in south carolina saturday. lou: south carolina, new hampshire, iowa, now nevada. record turnout. we're watching the doors get blown off here and i think most reasonable people as they look at the data understand that there is an energy about trump that is drawing people into this election, we're seeing, however, the same thing over bernie sanders on the democratic party but the turnout is lower even though there is obviously some energy, considerable energy around his campaign. the republican establishment, van, is ready to rip poor donald trump's spleen out.
i mean they are after him in the meanest and ugliest of ways. i've got to get your reaction. mitt romney, how in the world does the guy who is so timid and so timed he lost an election in 2012 is now out dishing out dirty tricks with neil cavuto? >> first of all -- lou: let me rephrase that, on neil cavuto's show. >> this is not a good time for them right now. trying to remain relevant and somewhere starting to jump out of windows right now. i gotta tell you, i like mitt romney, i thought what he did is very un-romney-like. four years ago this month donald trump endorsed mitt romney, and mitt romney said he called donald trump an extraordinary businessman. a man who knows how to produce jobs, create jobs and praised him for strong stand as one of the few who takes a strong stand. and unfortunately what happened
today sort of reminded me what harry reid tried to do to him four years ago. lou: it's a terrific point. i want to go back to, on this broadcast, a little over a week ago, you were talking about the technology gap. we discussed the fact that the republicans have not created the dynamic 21st century data mining and base that they require to turn out the vote this year, and you said on this broadcast you were fearful that no matter what else happened that the democrats were going outclass the republicans once again as they did in 2012 and would lose no matter who the nominee is. >> it is so important. we've got to have the mechanism to get them out. lou, in 2012 mitt romney won the independents, but lost because we didn't turn out our own people. that's why having the right technology platform is so important. i've gotten interesting phone
calls and e-mails from people of former government officials who want to help out and know data analytics and can't get phone calls returned. we need the best technology, i don't care where it comes from, harness the best technology to turn out our base in the general election. lou: let us hope so. it's the integrity of election depends upon, obviously, there being a level playing field for both parties to talk about ideas, philosophy and values, and, of course, put the candidates forward. van, good talking with you. >> thanks, lou. lou: van hipp. the rise of the machines and i do mean machines. how about humanoid. whoa! it fell over. it fell over and it can get back up. that's google's next generation atlas robot being pushed around by one of its developers to make a point.
that robot gets back up on its own. he can walk through doors. lift, packages about ten points. and handle rough terrain, squat and pick up those boxes. this is impressive. and it is, it has that humanoid appearance. this looks like the most advanced thing i've certainly seen. remarkable. coming up next, red eye's andy levy, joanne nosuchinsky join us. first russia's vladimir putin building support for a cease-fire in syria, and a serious effort, a cease-fire however, that some think and usually work with the u.s. government don't think it will work. we'll be talking with the executive director of the foundation for defense of democracies next. stay with us. we'll be right back. [plumber] i need to be where the pipes are.
officials expressed considerable skepticism that russia will support the deal and implement it. voters continue to say trump is the best candidate on national security. get this. polling from last night's caucuses in nevada show trump, the number one choice, among voters for who the top issue is terrorism. it's something trump has been hitting hard on the campaign trail. >> we're going to build our military so big, so good, so strong, so powerful that nobody is ever going to mess with us, folks. lou: joining me now mark dubowitz, the executive director of the foundation for defense of democracies. mark, good to have you here. first, let me ask you this, as a national security professional does trump excite you as a leader of the free world? >> you know, lou, i'm a policy guy, not a political guy, so for me,un, i'm going to reserve my judgment and we'll see what the candidates say over the next few months.
but the reality is today that the world is a very dangerous place, gotten much more dangerous under president obama, and you know the people that frighten me are men like vladimir putin and supreme leader khamenei of iran, we have security challenges ahead of us. lou: you don't want to jump into the partisan fray. mark, that's shocking. >> you knocked, lou. lou: let's turn to somebody who's not the least reserved in his appetite for politics, geopolitics and, of course, some considerable adventure. he appears, putin, to be putting together, if you will, a group of people who can support, enforce, implement and sustain the syrian cease-fire. all of the things that's been on the table for four years but this president has run from. your thoughts? >> it's exactly right. vladimir putin is a brutal authoritarian leader and dangerous american adversary.
let's be honest about vladimir putin. he's the majordomo of power politics today. he is a man who follows a simple principle of power politics that the united states followed for decades and no longer does, he is no better friend, no worse enemy and supports allies like bashar assad in syria, and went into syria and used force to support the assad regime when it looked like it was going to crumble and he's winning. and the united states has little leverage. our enemies don't trust us. we are no better enemy, no worse friend right now. lou: and this country, under president obama, seems like it's irretrievable, to replace what we have lost in terms of military capability and capacity is going to take years, would you not agree? the ability to create, restore relationships with allies, whether it be nato, whether it be in asia, whether europe,
it's going to take years, is it not? >> well, i agree with you, president obama has done considerable damage to national security. we are not respected abroad. not feared abroad, and so i think it's going to take extraordinary leadership, but you know, again, lou, i'm old enough to remember after jimmy carter, ronald reagan became president and in the matter of a few years, he restored american power, american respect, and it was a whole new america, and i have a lot of faith in the ability of this country to bounce back from what we face now. lou: american destiny, what i also recognize is a $19 trillion debt. i recognize half a trillion dollars in deficits that are being run as our military is degraded. it is a deeply, deeply troubling time and none of this is being discussed right now, at least, on the campaign trail.
mark, we're out of time here. the last word. >> lou, that's exactly right. i want to jump into the partisan fray, but what i want to hear from the candidates is how are we going to deal with that enormous debt and how are we going to find the money to pay for an extraordinary military? because without the united states, this would be a very dangerous world and we have to restore american greatness and leadership, but that costs a lot of money and have to figure out how do that in a fiscally responsible way. i'd love to hear the ideas from candidates on both sides of the aisle. lou: i think all concerned americans would, mark. >> thanks for having me, lou. lou: breaking news along the east coast, a state of emergency in response to the severe weather system that is rolling up the east coast and threatening his state. three people have died in virginia as a result of the storm already. tornado watches, warnings in effect from south carolina to new jersey until midnight tonight. check your local weather reports.
and talk about road rage, watch as a rhino slams straight into that suv full of tourists in namibia. this video, it's hard to imagine why the vehicle was upright after being hit by that. with a running start, the rhino is formidable enough, it's just standing still, but to attack the jeep that way. no one was hurt, but this video, incredible. up next, a new study confirming women are really attracted to, well, bad boys. is james bond a bad boy? i thought he was a good guy. it gets so confusing for us. we'll confirm that with red eye's andy levy and joanne nosuchinsky in moments. nosuchinsky in moments. stay with us, we'll be back
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bernie sanders was asked to define wall street and it turns out they were all nouns. >> i was too busy tweeting the lifestyle i want when i describe wall treat. >> did you notice? >> meek and totally sympathize. i didn't see any problem with it whatsoever. that was a dumb mistake some intern made on the campaign trail.
>> it's the least thing we should be worried about with bernie sanders. it's the smallest thing. it's the inconsequential. and i using my word right? lou: yes, i think you are using word very good. would even like bad boys says this latest study. who knew. before i go to joanne, andrew levy? >> look, i think my look are generally described -- a whole spectrum of looks for who i am to unglam' to untrending. lou: cam flawng, there are great fires that burn beneath. >> it's easier to be a psychopath when you don't look like one. >> i won't hurt andy's feelings
at all. what's nice to know is my urges are primal. tall, dark and handsome probably means he's probably more fertile or will protect the family though i don't want children. he's still nice to look at. lou: this study take us to a much higher level. do you find daniel craig to be threatening in a bad boy? >> he's very silent. i like a talker. he's stoic. lou: selfie dangers. do people need to ask permission? we have this video. there it is. the elephant get offended with the selfie thing.
people all around the world saying i wish the selfie could beat a few people. >> no one asks for autographs anymore. you should ask the elephant for an autograph. what's with the selfies? i i hear thing i can't repeat open air. it's awful. lou: speaking of awful. donald trump went on a after and attack of the gop establishment. mitt romney going after -- suggesting there is a bombshell in his taxes. were you shocked? surprised? >> i'm excited to see what the bombshell is. i'm assuming it's as big as what
was in mitt romney's taxes when harry reid was pushing for that. >> i, too, was victimized by harry reid but it took me less than four years to get over it. i hope mitt can finally move on. lou: the fact we are watching a man who was too tip i'd to win an elect. if he had stood up there could have been a different result. >> does the tabment think they are bringing out the big guns? that's not a good sign. >> rubio also hasn't shown his and ted cruz hasn't shown his either. so you are opening up a can of worms. taxes. what did i say?
lou: i would just like to know whose idea it was to send the after and attack dog mitt romney on to the campaign trail. >> it's over, trump is the no knee. i have seen people couple with waves, if this happens and this happens then rubio will be the no knee. it's over, forget, it's trump. >> i would like cruz to drop and all the votes go to rubio. lou: do you think rubio would be a great president. >> i'm torn. define great. you are great, but no one can measure up to you. lou: thank you very much for that. moving ahead.
in our online poll, 7% said the f.b.i. and the justice department do not have sufficient integrity whether to decide to prosecute hillary clinton. good night from new york. kennedy: i'm watching the unmanageable become real. if you told me zombies would walk among us and snack and time fas square brains i would have considered that more likely than the transcendence of donald trump. as the sweet nectar of nevada dribbles down the chin of your next president. donald not only won among angry