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looking to build on overwhelming victory in south carolina, she beat bernie sanders by 3 to 1 margin and latest polls show her in the key supertuesday states as well. straight ahead. turn to go market this is morning. weakness in asia setting the tone for broader averages across the world. shanghai composite down nearly 3%. china guiding guiding the yuan. central banks taking measure to boost the economy in china. over in europe major markets following asia low, disappointment there, g-20 did not come up with a plan. and in the u.s. we have futures indicating a lower opening here as well. down about 77 points in dow jones industrial average. nasdaq looking down about 3 quarters of 1%. later this morning we will get the latest reading on pending home sales as well as the chicago purchasing manager's
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index, typically a market mover. leonardo dicaprio winning his first óscar. the best picture award, well, that was more of a surprise. >> and the óscar goes to spotlight. [cheers and applause] >> maria: chris rock waste nothing time addressing the race controversy that no minorities were nominated for acting awards. >> well, i'm here at the academy awards, otherwise known as the white people's choice awards. [laughter] >> you realize if they nominated hosted, i wouldn't get this job. [laughter] >> maria: more of the night's best moments throughout the program this morning. stay with us for that. let's turn back to politics, though, republican presidential candidates fighting for every last vote ahead of supertuesday morning. blake berman in washington with
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the latest there. blake, good morning to you. >> blake: good morning to you, 11 states, 600 delegates for the republicans tomorrow, but leading into it countless insults, marco rubio continued his feud with donald trump over the weekend where it appeared absolutely nothing was off limits. >> he doesn't sweat, he doesn't sweat because the pours are clogged from the spray tan that he uses. [cheers and applause] >> donald is not going to make america great, he's going to make america orange. >> blake: it was one after the next for rubio. trump continues to be haunted by the endorsement of david duke. trump later said on twitter, he did so friday. ted cruz along with rubio released his tax returns and both of them further called on trump to do the same, also out
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new polling over the weekend shows that cruz leads in home state of texas which has the largest supertuesday slate of delegates, 155, that same polling, maria, shows that trump leads in virginia, georgia and tennessee. back to you. >> maria: all right, blake, thank you so much. blake berman, we want to be specific. it's 11 at a times for republican. >> dagen: right, i heard that. okay. blake is right and i'm wrong. >> maria: robbie, good to see you. >> hi, maria. >> maria: thank you for joining us this morning. >> we need to stop looking at the presidential race through the lens of politics, donald trump has created a new reality show, he's bringing in characters, he thinks he's already president and that's the way he's acting, that's why he can say what are he wants to say and every single person thattias anything against him, it just impowers him. >> maria: they are getting into the mud with name calling.
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is it too late to be as aggressive as marco rubio has become against donald trump? >> leadership 101 is you don't talk about against something, mother teresa said, i'm going never going to antirally but the peace rally, i will the first one there. all the people against donald trump, it empowers them. what they need to do is find clarity of vision in something but it's too late, maria. he sucked all the oxygen out of the room. >> do you think donald trump candidacy split the republican party? it was stunning, she said basically chris christie you're dead to me. i supported you. >> dagen: campaign cochair. that's why that was even more shocking. >> look at this from a perspective, reality show, not politics, donald trump is to nobody, he believes that this is a reality show, so for a
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competitor chris christie to switch and become advocate, now all of a sudden is better tv. now, he has from a twitter perspective, the top six people in twitter are singers, one is barack obama t rest coming down in terms of politics, donald trump, he knows how to play this as a reality show and that's why we are watching. were will that win the election? >> he's going to be the next president of the united states. >> maria: you think so. >> absolutely. >> maria: hillary is going to be there and have experience and specifics and no how and he doesn't give you any specifics. >> maria, tell me what hillary stands for. i ask people every day. >> maria: i agree with that, she's muddled. >> bernie sanders has stand because we know what he stands for. what does donald trump stand for, you know it, hillary clinton wanted to be president since she was a child and now we
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know donald trump wants to create this new show. >> dagen: negative trump sentiments, the number of one trending topic, was #never trump. it was started by eric, right on the left and the left, maybe it didn't deny him the gop nomination but it could be enough to keep him out of the white house. they don't have to vote for hillary, just nobody. >> my children are in the early 20's, college and just out of college, their friends, i asked him, who are you voting for, trump, trump. i asked the young women, can't do it. it's so compelling, the thing is when you ask people about donald trump, they say, he's saying -- politics is thrown out of the window. it doesn't exist. >> david: you know what we have if you get a hillary versus
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trump, you two negatives, you have people with high negatives. >> dagen: his are highers than hers, shockingly. >> exactly. >> david: it works, i have to say, unfortunately this is about winning, and if you can capture the people's vote to win the presidency, then you have to deliver the specific and the key for trump is he has to vanish his past of all the things that conservatives don't like or more conservative voters and i call -- >> dagen: but it's not in the past. he said last week he wants to change the liable laws, taking a hatchet and sue the media more, that's anticonservative, i want to sue more, tort reform has been a mantra of conservative and now he wants to go in the other direction. it's not in his path.
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>> david: not just conservatives and this is what -- nobody, by the way i hate the polls that tell you trump can beat hillary, they're all garbage. the fact that you have to learn how to play through primary and get into the problem of general election and whether trump can do it, we'll see. >> maria: trump will be the nominee and you think he'll ultimately win the election. >> he wrote the script. >> maria: you believe it? >> you and i talked months ago, do you think he's going to go all the way, i thought it was a game for him but he's becomed empowered. he scripted this perfectly and, you know, to your point, if you look at the past, it doesn't matter because for trump as a reality show candidate for him it's don't confuse me with the facts, let me tell you what i think. >> dagen: the present doesn't even matter. when he says things that are even repugnit.
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it doesn't matter. >> who are we talking about right now? donald trump, donald trump. why? it's because he is the person that's capture it had heart and minds of so many people and -- and in a reality-show way to make you watch more. what is he going to say next? >> reality show tv has good guys and bad guys and you talk about both of them. and america is split if he's a bad guy or second coming. i just don't see how he wins florida with 80% negatives with the hispanic vote. >> maria: that's a really important point. the hispanics were there for nevada. >> he got 40% of the 8% to have hispanics who voted in the republican. >> dagen: republican caucus out there, it was less than 1% of
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hispanic population. >> he called out a hispanic judge, he called out "the new york times" in ways i never heard anyone calling out "the new york times". >> i will predict what will bring him down and that is that "the new york times" article this weekend about his cyber bullying and willingness to use twitter to spread false rumors about people, people are going to start asking themselves, can we give this guy control over the irs and the fbi. >> dagen: i said that eight months ago, that would hurt him. can we give mike burlin credit, was following these conversation on social media that he was driving and mike said all along, everybody is under estimating him. he has been right. >> maria: a lot of people were saying that. that's through absolutely truth. >> there's no question about that.
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>> maria: thank you. don't forget to tune for special tuesday coverage all starts tomorrow night at 6:00 p.m. eastern right here on the fox business network as we follow and navigate all of the races, before we head to break, check markets, last tradeing session of the month. tracking steep losses in asia, dow industrials expect today open down 90 points. for the month averages are higher with the exception of the nasdaq. biotech third down month in a row. this is the longest losing streak in nearly four and a half years here, on the flip side, look at dow transportation average, it's going to be the big winner on the month, we will have much more in the market action coming up in the program, real quick in terms of allocating money into the market, right now would you follow some of the winners or look for opportunities within those losers? >> right now we are a little
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concerned as the market bounced to 19.40, we start today take money off the table. it looks like the market is too tied to oil markets and still several months out. >> maria: we are going to talk about this. donald trump in the cross hairs once again. >> i i am not going to pay for that wall. i am not. and he should know that and i'm not going to apologize. >> maria: surprise moment, another former mexican president calling out the front runner this time comparing him to adolf hitler. details next. you can't predict... the market. but at t. rowe price, we can help guide
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>> maria: welcome back, good morning, isis claiming responsibility for two deadly attacks in baghdad over the weekend. jo ling kent with the latest. >> jo ling: good morning, maria, more than 70 people are dead, back-to-back attacks in baghdad, deadliest attacks so far this year.
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data breach was much worse than estimated. agency announcing hackers joined access to data for more than 700,000 taxpayer accounts, that's more than double the amount originally reported last summer. the cyber-attack targeted social security numbers, birth dates and information. another former mexican flip' -- felipe calderón, racist and antiamerican sentiments around the world. calderón was a conservative and was a president from 2006 to 2012, maria. >> maria: this is getting bigger in terms of pushback. president to disapprove of donald trump's plans obviously. vicente fox, listen to this. >> i am not going to pay for that wall. i am not and he should know that
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and i am not going to apologize. >> maria: that went out live dagen, we apologized. we weren't expecting him to curse like that, he is incredibly angry about donald trump's leadership. >> dagen: i loved the expression on your face. [laughter] >> dagen: we showed it on saturday night when we were covering covering the democratic primary down in south carolina, but what -- what a pro, what a pro. i was like it was -- incredible moment on tv. this helps him, though, you have a former leaders of méxico going after donald trump, that plays right into what -- why people like him. >> maria: we heard china say we are watching donald trump carefully. when was the last time you saw one of the leaders in china, leaders in méxico watching so closely, that's why it's helping donald trump. >> dagen: joe biden apologizing to mexican people essentially. this does nothing to touch donald trump. >> david: here is where i have a
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problem. who cares what former presidents of méxico say. they have been enablers in their government in many parts in this whole border issue. they have a 72-hour pass threw so illegals can cros into our country. you know, these are governments that don't even hold the responsibility they should to their country. if we had immigration laws like méxico, they'd be calling us, look at their immigration laws, look at what they do to i lelgals they incarcerate in their country. ray really don't care what the mexican presidents want to say, i want them to fix the problem that are complaining the candidate. we need border security. >> the point is that trump puts out statements and plan that is are unrealistic, he's saying that the mexicans are going to pay for the wall. >> after this reaction you would have to think he would.
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>> david: they're going to pay for it. you simply deal with it through aid, we give hem hundreds of millions of dollars, billions of dollars in aid, you say, fine, i want us to use our aid around the world as a slide-in scale and how people behave themselves, we are going to give you aid and we are going to fix problem if not -- >> maria: his son donald trump, jr. came on the show and said this is going to happen through our trade, not necessarily aid but the fact that, we've got the upper hand in terms of trade and we are going to push back. >> david: we give them money, we give them money, period, end of story. we are subsidizing a failed government when it comes to border security, you know the old fences make good neighbors, why do you close your doors at night, because you need security. >> dagen: he adjusted his position, trump adjusts his position more than a women spanx
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that are too tight. [laughter] >> dagen: a lot of adjusting going on shall we say. [laughter] >> maria: thank you, the gloves are off with supertuesday 24 hours away, donald trump shaking off allegations of a criminal ties, that's all coming up back in a minute. voiceover: studies show that sitting at a desk all day can lead to serious problems, including: neck and back pain, high blood pressure, and low energy. in fact, if you sit most of the day, your risk of having a heart attack is almost the same as if you smoke. prolonged sitting even makes it harder for you to burn calories and lose weight. man #1: fortunately, there's a solution. inmovement, the affordable, award winning, standing desk.
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the mafia. i spoke with donald trump, jr. this weekend, he believes the claims are just the establishments gainmanship. >> anyone that has any kind of business knows that's crazy, you know, ted cruz and marco rubio have a two-page tax return, our tax returns is 20,000 pages. it's a little bit more complicated than that, releasing it now would basically just ver- >> maria: he's saying he's in the middle of an audit. that's exactly why you should release them, you're in the middle of an audit. >> after what happened to romney, if you have complicated tax returns, you have to get them out so it's not a story by november. >> david: here is a problem with romney saying he should release
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them right away. he didn't release them until september. he comes now with this issue with trump. you don't learn much after taxes, you don't put in your taxes, let me see i did business with joey, and he's a mobster. taxes tells you filed. >> maria: charitable deductions. >> tax rate that you paid. >> maria: is he as rich as he is, is he giving as much as he says he does. confirmation about character. not trying to learn anything specific. >> david: that comes from earning's reports. that tells you about the wealth. you will get the primary charities, look at their 990's, this is a game being played. i liked mitt romney.
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i was disappointed that he played that game given that he released tax returns in september. >> maria: unless there's a problem. >> dagen: romney coming out against trump and calling him on that show it is des des >> maria: they did wait a long time before they dukes came up, if you will. >> if trump does not get nomination, supporters have been wait to go say, we have been denied and they were very cautious in taking him on because when this becomes a nomination fight at the convention it's going to split the party. if trump wins it, there's a whole branch that will never support it. if trump doesn't win it, there's a whole branch that will never support whomever the nominee is.
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>> maria: does cruz or rubio need to nominate each other? >> dagen: they're splitting it. >> david: that would be a valid fight for the nomination. primary voters make the decision. if cruz does well or not in texas i think it's irrelevant what comes out with the delegates, by march 15th, that's the date that matters with the winner take all. that's when -- >> maria: texas and florida. you think that cruz is going to take texas, whether he see about that. you would have expected marco rubio to take florida but that doesn't look like that's happening either. >> trump is running strong in that. do you think that trump or rubio or cruz can unit the republican party sufficiently to win in november? the split seems so deep and so personal at this point that it seems like it's going to be a really tough challenge.
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>> david: so anybody watching, forget politics party for a moment. how do you want washington to work? if you put a hillary clinton in there you get gridlock because she goes up against a republican house and still likely a republican senate, if you carry any republican across the water, put them on your shoulder, put them in the white house, then what you have at least a possibility of fixing the problems because you have a complying house and senate. by the way t establishment caused this by the failure, boehner, mccain, the old dog that is didn't build a foreign team, they caused the problem and they need to stop complaining. >> maria: some people say obama caused it. >> david: he's part of it but the republicans are responsible for their own party. i'm a republican and been my whole life but the leadership has failed. >> maria: we will leave it right be, we will be right back. stay with us.
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>> good morning, welcome back happy monday everybody top stories right now 6:30 a.m. on the east coast. candidates turning up the heat this morning as voters get set for super tuesday, tomorrow. republican front runner donald trump securing his first endorsement from a u.s. sitting the senator, alabama senator jeff. now endorsing trump. facing more tax, though, from rivels. ted cruz and marco rubio on the other side of the aisle. hint building on victory in she beat out bernie sanders by a
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3-1 marmingen and latest polls show her in lead in key super tuesday states. latest from the campaign trail coming up. >> asia setting tone for global markets this morning. shanghai down 3% overnight. guiding with the lowest level against the dollar this three weeks following the decline central bank taking other mesh to boost the economy cutting reserve ratio or for lendsers in europe major markets following asia lower as you can see looking aten theres between half a persian and one and a third percent. in the u.s. a broader market as well. dow jones industrial average the expected to open down 70 points. nasdaq 25. hollywood big night, leonardo dicaprio, iing first oscar with the statue for the performance in "the revenant." chris rock address the race controversy but none nominated for acting awards.
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>> well, i'm here at the academy awards otherwise known as white people's choice awards. you realize -- if they nominated host if i wouldn't get this job. [laughter] >> more of the night best moments coming up throughout the program this morning turning to markets it has been a bumpy rides for invest or force so far. embrace uncertainty and opportunities it provides. i want to bring in etan chief officer eddy perkin joinings us this morning. u how do you character markets today? >> today we're going to see a down open. >> not necessarily today. but in general. u.s. economy is stronger than people give it credit for. seeing better data out of the transport, and we've had our analyst speaking with consumer companies ceos recently. they're more positive. they're most positive they've been in five year an sentiment is uniformly negative, and so i
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think it's still a good time to maintaining exposure to equities. >> no recession this year. >> we were saying a reasonable chance and one in three chance of a 2016 recession at that time nobodies thinking that way. now it has become everybody's base case and data that we talked about about particularly rail data is getting better. if you acknowledge that there's a good chance there's no recession and i think in most scenarios stocks will perform well. pfnlg so you have 300 billion in assets under management do you largely invest in stock? >> i have equity group 35 billion of that, low cash levels. beginning to favor value stocks over growth stocks. there's more opportunity in part of the markets. >> eld did i i agree your outlook on no recession had this year. but we have to acknowledge that oil price and selling from the sovereign wealth funds from the states has dominated the market narrative so far this year. you really think that's over,
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and do you think that stocks have put in a base and still be at the -- slate to the whim of the oil market? >> it's a good point. there are a lot of selling pressures from sovereign wealth funds from some of the large hedge funds so technical factors that work in the market that mean over next self days, weeks it's anybody's guess which direction stocks go in. but over the course of the full year and beyond stocks are price. certain priced level that give long-term investors attractive entry point. >> one problem is this story out on today that hedge funds are more bullish on ten year treasury after a ten month gain and on futures sent in three years. that's an indication that this drudgery is overpriced and right for a selloff. >> right, i think when -- hedge funds in my mind often if behave like retail investors in
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the same type of stock and position, and i don't know if i would characterize it as bullishness as much as fear and hiding in those safe securities like gold, like treasuries, and to me you know or there are stocks that have very safe attractive growing dividend deals 100 bases pobts where the treasury is trading. why so go there with better opportunity in the equity markets. >> top story dividend outpaying for this year because investors are not expecting more rate hikes. >> that's right. this is great at the macro leal but all of the people watch and learn what does this mean to me. lost so much whether portfolio or 401(k), and guy on main street doesn't realize it often time how much the market matters to them so does this matter to the guy on main street? >> i think if you're a long-term investor, if you're a ordinary
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fern who is invests in markets for requirement to say for college and you have a long time horizon then you have to turn off noise so for the long-term don't look at your 401(k) statement is too long. >> don't time the market. seeing value right now eddy? >> markets industrial tooks, some of the bank stocks but some and consumer discretionary stocks particularly retail that is beaten up right now. >> do you look financials? >> we've lightened up a bit on financials they're going to have a head thindz from some of their energy exposure not a risk to the system but head wintd to earnings. what i love to -- >> rates longer. another flatten curve. let me ask you eddy you were talking about you're fully invested right now and dagen talking about treasuries being so low. but corporate bond spreads are not low. very high, and yieldses on
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corporate bonds invest account and high yield pricing in recession. you think credit spreads have to i thought tooen before market can rally again. >> tightening in the last two weeks coincident with the rally if you buy bank stocks that's for playing credit spreads. high yield is for bank loans are chief asset class and the way in the equity market is to favor banks. >> i'm beginning to agree showing signs of vibrancy finally and beginning to see something we could be poised to turn because balance sheet of where they are. where savings and corporate balance sheets with all of the cash once that turns a little, it is going to be strong. >> i agree with that animal spurts have been missing for sferl years. improvement in capitol spend would go a long way and seen such a pullback particularly on capitol spending but laughing over to year change and start to
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see positive numbers on that 37 e. >> unless there's a surprise out there looming that will surprise us. >> nobody can ever guess. much more negative. eddy goods to talk to you. thank you for coming in this morning from etan van out of über play book introducing surge pricing. nicole petallides on that story, over to you. >> good morning over fete weekend disney theme parks in california and florida quietly roling out new seasonal ticket pricing for one day passes. under the new u plan the karmd will be divided into three pricing periods, value, regular, and peak. one-day ticket to orlando magic kingdom for example will cost $420 for family of four during value periods be shoot up to almost 500 dollars during the peak time such as fourth of july and thanksgiving. disney says new pricing model will help control crowds,
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partially help finance planned expansion to theme park and take a look at the stock over the past year, in fact, down 8% but help disney try to control crowds. they've had a lot of demand after "star wars" and frozen so the individual ticket is $105, 110 and 124 on busiest peak days. >> nicole thank you nicole petallides in the historic battle with the federal government meanwhile there are reports that apple seghtsed on a release date for the ipad product. >> chris rock pock poking fun at the bombs. funny. >> it's not fair. this good and department get nominated you're right. also not fair that will was paid $0 million for wild, wild west, okay. [laughter]
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>> apple getting ready to unveil u newaye models. joe introduce them. >> in the midst of the iphone new ipad pro on march 21st according to buzz feed news. it will have a four inch screen and faster chip. also says apple will release new watch bands and support for apple pay and apple, of course, not commenting right now. spacex scrubbed rocket launch the third time last night that was ready for liftoff and mission canceled during count down. spacex ceo elon musk citing oxygen temperature and a helium bubble that triggered an alarm. rocket will put a new sat looght into space to provide remote areas with broadband internet.
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dead pool raked in 31.5 million with a total of $250 million domestically becoming number three all time r-rated movie. and gods of egypt debuted with 14 million dollars. maria. >> thanks so much. housing markets and real estate we're waiting on the january pending home sales report out later this morning 2015 was a strong year for housing certainly and next guest says markets cool off now. bringing in douglas chris, always puts his finger of the pulse of things. how do you characterize? this is local you have to go through different markets. you're very big in florida. how do you characterize florida and new york right now? >> i'd say patchy some doing well and others are not. you know downtown miami has a huge amount of the supply, so things are cooling off a bit there. but on the beach it's very, very scars. you know really high end perfect product little to choose from.
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>> learning that brazil argentina is that impacting your market? >> it is worth 25 cents to the dollar -- to a real so some are coming in and finding safe haven for their money but pulled out dramatically from miami. >> how are people buying? you typically think of people going out getting loan. who is buying, how are they buying? that tells you about what's available. >> right so e three quarters of the transaction last year were all cash. >> quarters condo market and three in single housing market. >> some in 2006 and 2007. >> some putting had 5% down, and speculating miami was a whole different market back e then, a place to park your money and now a place to live to enjoy. >> actually positive. smart -- it is positive, smart if you think that housing is overvalued
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and you've only got 5% in the became. people talk about -- big positive for the economy if we see a big selloff people have ability to have wiggle room. >> 40% down minimum on new construction projects and loans for developer are extremely tight so it's a strong, you know, market should something change. you know, we're not going to faults like we did back then. >> you do work here in new york. new york is also at the high end looking very, very soft in terms pricing because of additional supply same story, similar story. >> stlos a lot of properties that are on the market. there are few that are in the market. >> middle, high end. say you can put apartment on market and it won't sell. sellers need to get more realityistic right now to see the gap for market to what they're thinking their value is.
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>> what is moving to get outside of miami, with new york, los angeles top 25 cities. look at the salt lake city what's moving out there? >> things that are priced properly where job markets are greats. hot cities right now, san francisco, places where plane l yas are beginning in droves to work and to, you know, to live. tell you anything about where we are in terms of real estate? >> i'm curious about expectation of sellers, they delusional about what they think they can get? >> i think that's changing. i think they're realizing that it's not 2013 and 2014 and you know can't sell thing for down that you paid a year and a half ago so becoming mother realistic which is good and transactions happen especially for me now thank god and tom beep is on fire. miami is doing well but palm beach is really a town that's going on fire right now. >> do you see construction
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>> i thank you all for this amae haddingward tonight let us not take this planet for granted. i do not take tonight for granted. thank you so very much. >> leonardo dicaprio winning his first oscar "the revenant" after six nominations best actor at last night's 88th academy awards. joining us row entertainment report or katrina. how from your standpoint? >> they have tir pnts. thinchrirockas gat o of t gat lot of buttons and wents after jada and will as well. i thought that was interesting. but i think it lost steam after a while and i really do think that almost social agenda went on for too long in a way did it a disservice to people who did work hard and nominated and ultimately won oscars.
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>> good point bingo. nice that spotlight won as a journalist. >> i agree. >> excite beat out sylvester stallone but moments that made yowpght to watch. surprises i think. obvious one thing i thought that was a surprise was that lady gaga did did not win, you know, especially after winning a golden dploab or for acting she performed david bowie tribute at the grammies expected her to perform at the super bowl so that was a surprise but sam smith -- definitely happy. emotional moment. >> violence against women. do you want me to do my fashion trend -- you have to get a closeup this is my fashion trend -- the butt do. middle part right downs the middle and on your head. chghts who was that? >> brie larson show a photo won
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best actress. iowa alicia hair parted down the middle and like alfalfa. heidi klum had that hair. look at her. come on that's golden globes not from last night. that's the wrong video. chris rock wears white tux to black tux -- >> at least he picked on will smith a good look for the jacket. >> i told him you get that jacket. [laughter] >> that white jacket. perfectly tailored too. >> we were talking about this earlier we were chatting, we were saying that charlize theron gorgeous. flawless in that red gob. and necklace. 3.7 million dollars worth of diamonds.
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harry wins. necklace, ring. >> she borrowed everything and had body guards following her all night. >> a pling for them of a seen what barbara wear when is we go out to dinner. if you're wearing harry winston you're doing well. barbra -- you're watching me. >> with actors on this big night. usually the name that they wear. >> interesting too because you go and they'll have a big suite and bring a slew of diamonds to the actress. frost yourself. >> frost yourself. >> i don't know -- >> frosting. >> i think -- now do you remember what movie that? >> how to lose a guy in ten days. that's the way it's done. [laughter] >> i learned something. >> thank you so much. >> clinton presidential campaign
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first top story candidates turn up the heat as voters get ready to hit the polls super tuesday tomorrow. donald trump securing has first endorsement from sitting senator. senator jeff sessions from alabama now endorsing trump. face more attacks, though, from rivals ted cruz and marco rubio this time it's getting physical. >> he didn't sweat because his pores are clogged from the spray tan that he uses. [cheering] he's concern -- donald is not going to make america great he's going to make america orange. >> when you're up 20 points in florida, we're up. the guy they hate in florida can't be elected dogcatcher in florida. this guy it shall you know, i call him little marco, nice guy. >> hillary clinton looking to build on her overwhelming victory in south carolina meanwhile beat out bernie sanders by a 3-1 major hadden.
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latest polls show her in the lead in key super tuesday states as well. latest from the campaign trail coming up. turn to markets it this morning weakness in asia setting tone for global story. shanghai composite down 3% overnight. china central bank guiding to lowest level against dollar in three weeks. central bank also took another measure to boost the economy that cut the reserve ratio for lenders in europe market following asia lower. that the g20 did not spur global growth also weighing on sentiment. major average in europe now down quarter of a percent and one percent lower. in the u.s. futures have a lower start dow industrial well off of the lows of the morning i should point out. dow expected to open down a fraction of a loss morning. nays dak fractionally moving they have bounced off lows of the morning. later this morning we get latest read on pending home sales as well as the chicago purchasing managers index. it was hollywood big night last night leonardo dicaprio won
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his first oscar. getting the statue for pmps performance in "the revenant" but this was more of a surprise. >> and the oscar goes to it shall "spotlight." chris rock wasting no time that no minorities nominated for the awards. >> i'm here at the academy awards -- otherwise known as the white people's choice awards. you realize if they nominated hosts, i wouldn't get this job. [laughter] >> more of the night's best moments throughout the program this morning, stay with us. mean meanwhile show donald trump with a huge lead ahead of tuesday tomorrow super tuesday watching blake berman many washington with a new poll.
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good morning to you. pledgets start, though, with 11 states 25% of the total delegates up for grabs for republicans tomorrow but leading up to it countless insult. marco rubio continues his feed with donald trump overt weekend where it appeared nothing was offlimits. >> he doesn't sweat his pores are clogged from the spray tan that he uses. [cheering] he's -- donald is not going to make america great. he's going to make america orange. >> you mentioned that new poll maria take a look at this cnn poll out this morning show it is that insults are simply just not working that poll shows 49% of republicans nationwide support donald trump that is by far his highest number yet and puts him 33 points clear of everyone else. on the orr side hillary clinton maintains a widespread support
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among democrats nationally in that cnn poll this comes after her 48 point victory in south carolina saturday. which led bernie sanders to say this sunday morning. >> we got december decimated among other african-americans that was pathetic from our perspective. but by the way what was the glimmer of a positive news for us is that we won the 29 years of age or younger vote and did well with african-american young people. >> 11 states and roughly 20% of the total delegates maria will be in play as well for in thes tomorrow but that new poll as you mentioned 49% or for trump. certainly an eye open or this morning. back to you. >> see if we have certain parties dropping out after tomorrow because that's going to help narrow the field. blake berman i want to bring in strategist hillary clinton right now, during her 2008 run for the white house.
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good to see you. let's start with republicans cruz, rubio seem to be throwing whatever they can at trump ahead of super tuesday to get to see what had might stick. is it too little and too late at this point should have been much more aggressive early on. >> pursued a strategy of attacking each other rather than going after the front runner trying to make it a two race earlier. too little too late rubio seems on fire. the question is not whether he can win on super tuesday but come within 120 delegates of trump so that he has a chance on march 15th if he opportunity, a 200 delegate blowout then he has no chance. >> what's your take on a hingt donald trump election at the end of the day? is this hillary's dream to be competing against donald trump? >> i think when you think about it, hillary clinton is fully vetted they've then at hillary
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that you ever can. donald trump is new and i think people are learning about him and he's got greater vulnerabilities. if it is trump, hillary clinton i think hillary clinton will win decisively and it will bring the country together around a lot of themes that donald trump is trying to divide the country around. >> i don't think she's standing strong or bring the together. that's debatable, but go ahead michael. >> assume that super tuesday goes according to script and hill riel wince an overwhelming victory does she e pivot to the national race, and if so, what does she do about trump and handle him better than republican rivals have? smg i think definitely if she does as expected or very well, she will start to pivot and start to pivot i think both with a strong revision about where she wants to take the country and notion of characterizing trump the way rodney was early,
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i think it has to be there. if there's one thing you learn about phenomenon and politics one they're out of the bag it is hard to stop and trump is out of the bag. >> good point. >> what u do do you characterize him as, nobody has seen no matter what he seems to say it doesn't hurt him. what do you think she can do that will stick better than things that have been done or done to himself? >> oh, yopght really think anything has really been tried consistently with trump. what is the frame? humanrubio has said that you cat trust him. after all hillary neutralizes trust issue between them. there's no question who's more qualified to be president. who is better to be commander in chief. i think the idea of donald trump as commander in chief to roll out the 3 a.m. ad it will work against trump, and i think the question is where does he stand on domestic policies? rubio is effective but way too late. >> got to get your take on this
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sound bite taking heat for the david duke endorsement. he nieces it on fridays. listen to this on friday. >> okay -- >> was that enough? because that didn't look like he calm back and sort of just cloudy on it. two days later, what was that all about? >> fascinating was you saw donald trump acting like a candidate where he stepped in and pulled it back, he's really standing for exasperating division in the country and post the primaries i think that hillary clinton will stand for bringing the country together and i think donald trump will not. and i think it's a country that wants to be brought together. >> mark not having good voter turnout because of the negatives both against the candidates. two candidates hillary clinton
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and donald trump have the worst of favorable ratings of anybody. >> they do now. but these ratings tend to change particularly as people gather support, and remember the democratic parties have been somewhat divided. i think it's now being united. republican party is now house divided against itself. there are large numbers of elected officials in republican party who won't support trump under any circumstances. >> mark good to see you again. when it comes to divided you're right they have a public battle. publishment versus new. democrats also have a divide house. a executive to support bernie sanders, and you have hillary who running by kind of groups around the country, women, minorities, playing the black card if you want to call it that. how do you bring that together to him around when her trust
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worthiness is in question pep >. >> the democratic establishment and superdelegates along with now the popular delegates are i think united behind hillary and uniting you know as we see. it's not -- >> up up to 700 plus does he own the superdelegates and over for bernie? >> she owns them if she wins popular vote in the primaries which she's on the way to doing but happily uniting while that is not what's happen on republican party. they are dividing, they are splitting, they don't know what had to do with a donald trump as their nominee. >> he's still up close to 49% if you look at the cnn latest poll. one thing that michael brought up earlier is general election wrath pardon me. she's going to go to donald trump and put her, you know, efforts there per the general, obviously, that will begin right after super tuesday. what does that mean?
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do you think that means that she's going to come to the center in some of her talking points all the way to the left? >> well, look, i think primaries tend to run more right and more left but there are a lot of issues i think for the economy, the budget. you know, educational plan. a lot of issues that will come out that will by i think by necessity bring her closer to the center just because every democratic nominee post the primaries i think it gets to talk about a new set of issues that have been left out. i think druch will try to move somewhere to the center. i think you're goig to see other third of the electorate that's been left out talked to by both of these candidates. >> good to see you mark appreciate your time mark penn don't forget to tune in for super tuesday coverage kicks off tomorrow 6 p.m. on fox business network. me in the 8 p.m. eastern hour looking forward to joining neil cavuto at 8 but kicks off at 6
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join us for that. meanwhile blasting trump, joining his predecessor to taking issue with trump are comengts on immigration and mexico. calling trump words, quote, race ist and like wrong nerves that hitler did in his day. you were this exchange on friday morning on this program. >> not -- i'm not going to pay for that [bleep] i'm not! he should know that and i'm not going to apologize. >> coming up emotional apology from an american student held in north korea. unbelievable story. wait until you hear what he had to say in north korea he's held there. plus 170,000 american hacked it in a data breach. we'll bring you all of the details next, stay with us.
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>> welcome back the death tom rising after bomb attacks.
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>> iraqi officials say 73 people are now confirmed dead after a pair of suicide bombings and baghdad market. 100 others wounded. rode motorcycle before blowing themselves up according to reuters. islamic state is claiming responsibility. held in north korea is apologizing for stealing a political banner, 21-year-old presented before media today, sobbing he said he wanted to give it to the mother of a friend in exchange for a used car worth $10,000. north korea arrested university of virginia undergrad in january. it was in the country on a tour visa and unclear if he was cohearsed to appear and apologize. admitting lack of cybersecurity has tax data for 7 had 00,000 americans more than double amount originally reported last summer. cybertargetted social security number, beefeds and other personal information. maria bartiromo ya. >> michael let's talk about that.
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what can be done to prevent these hax i say it's unlimited spend for companies because is the time we're living in. >> running on financial news network about ceo canned due to a data breach. if you can't recollect your customers and present your data then you don't deserve to be at the top of the company. >> you said this is double what they reported last summer. why finding out it is worse than anybody thought a year later? >> it sounds like irs hasn't been able to quantity if i overall impact of what happened in this hack and what we see too is often times you realized more information is stolen later as people go back in tax season to figure out why they're going to file taxes and getting ready to go. you realize things have gone terribly wrong. >> trouble is that when you foul up and work for the government you don't get fired. >> there's no consequences in the irs scandal.
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>> no accountable or follow through multiple bureau, outdated systems, you know, there's a big conference beginning on this week in san francisco, it's mostly about cybercorporations, and i have to tell you people have to pay close attention to what these corporations are doing. your data matters it's not what they use now but it is what they can use in the future that's a big problem. to the irs issue is another problem such as steal issue but pollute the potential pollution of the data files which means how do you then trust what you're being told bit irs about your information stealing the information a lot of this is going to china. and they now vordz from irs, they have the human resources records for thiewj numbers of government bureaucrats. what are they going to use this information for? it's very scary. >> lead you to the a it will store versus the fbi where do
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you stand on that? >> given they're corporate sod so fully with the chinese government. >> google and facebook have filed brief backing apple's position where they make money off the people's private information. people choose to give to them but that is that are bread and butter, in fact, tim cook has had chastised these companies about that very thing now they're backing apple. please. >> i think this week filed in a joint way. curious to see what exactly they say and language they use they're trying to compete for your dollar and your data as well so -- >> stangtding firm on privacy when had they make money off of your privacy. >> have they versus profits. >> too bad irs can provide more girch the two extremes here. >> coming up number of bud
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jared max with sports. >> good morning maria and award for best real life screen play goes to -- payton manning but story is being written or is it? court denver post payton manning will say he's retiring from college football. if this is the case we will have seen arguably greatst quarterback set virtually every pass record but comeback from neck injuries after missing season to continue his career in the second city. denver where he guided broncos to two super bowl appearances and divisional domtion and manning four season with the broncos 20-2 against the afc west never lost a division game on the road 18 years or for number 18 that has a pretty nice ring to it does not it not. look at his accomplishments. 18 years in the nfl, 14 with indianapolis colts, although 13 technically because he missed that 2011 season.
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starting with two teals. only started quarterback to go with super bowl with four head coaches. three five touchdown passes against all the e-all 32 team. greatest quarterback ever and career said and done will be february 29th so let's leap ahead nine days. by that day broncos will have to make a decision if the 19 million dollars is on the books. is that it? greatest quarterback i've every seen, greatest talent ivan -- i've ever seen. >> archie built a family of winners but a family of winners, payton go out the door if he does he has his trophy in his hand. unlike leonardo dicaprio he won't beat us over the heads on climate change but represent the great game. i mean this is a part of the fabric of american and people need clean cut heros, and he looks like one eve those a good image.
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>> wholesome and if i was going to add who won nascar race yesterday jimmie johnson tieing junior for 76 lifetime, is. so 200 is your win they have a ways to go. you wanted to get that in there. >> 200 career wins most all time for the most passing yards in the season, career, and the fact is we were just discussing, before we came back on that payton finally won that super bowl indianapolis he had that no it how to be so special. but now i think he's cemented . >> i've considered as a native tennessean what he did at u.t. you saw from the very beginning he was not just a brilliant talent but a field general, brilliant leader that could bring a team back from being down from a emotional collapse you saw him do that over and over again in his career. he'll be greatly missed.
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>> i don't know who can manipulate a team. they've made decision that broncos have they're working their books for 2016 without him on the books. >> all right thank you. jared max two time winner on pga golf tour bone resting after suffering a medical issue on friday. rushed to palm beach garden medical center after needing stipt due to blockage of an artery. his agent released a statement saying he'll have more tests next weekend. surprise winner marc, he's praised on legendary director who led him to best supporting actor win. >> i've always adored stories, seeing them, having a chance to work with one of the greatest story tellers of our time, steven spielberg, had been such an honor. [applause]
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welcome back. good monday morning. here are your top stories. candidates their turning up the heat as voters get ready for super tuesday. republican front runner donald trump breaking the national poll. according to the latest cnn numbers, trump has expanded his lead to 49%. marco rubio trailing.
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hillary clinton has a lead over sanders in that same cnn poll and clinton hoping to build on her overwhelming victory in south carolina. in asia building on global averages. china's central bank guiding to the low test tphr*efl three weeks. -- level until three weeks. cutting the reserve ratio for lenders. major markets followed down about 1%. in the u.s. we are also expecting a lower opening. take a look at where we stand where the markets have come off lower in the the morning. about a 30 point decline it was hollywood's big night. leodicaprio won his first oscar.
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chris rock wasted no the time addressing the plaque controversy -- the black controversy. >> hollywood is sorority racist. we like you rhonda but you're not a kappa. >> more of the night's best moments this morning. first on crude toil -- oil at the $32 a barrel this morning. >> we served the rally a little bit and getting a little help from that china reserve cut by 0.5%. that is giving the oil a little support because were look for demand. we have support from last week.
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another major drop last week. they fell by over 26 last week and that's down 68% from a high a couple years ago. we are looking at gold today. sit on fire even rallied more in the chinese bank move last night. it's having its best february since the 1970s. gold is the best performing commodity this year and on fire as it's strong. back to you. >> thank you so much. republican senators marco rubio and tropical storm ted cruz pred trump to show their tax returns. they say he may have relationships with the mafia.
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>> ted cruz and marco rubio have a two this page tax return. tour tax returns are 20,000 pages. >> i think the speculation is baseless. unless they've seen the returns which would be highly irregular and extremely unlikely they have no reason to sergeant that there's a bomb shell that he does business with the mafia. it's inappropriate. this is the way he campaigns he makes unfounded suggests and that plants seeds in people's heads and the media talks about it for two days. the turnabout is fair play nap is what donald trump is receiving. i was surprised to hear that from someone of mitt romney of someone of sophistication and by
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hair try reed. from some one of a couple million wasn't paying any taxes. >> it's tax time so americans in politics and political consultants look at it. people thinking of taxs april april 15. he accused about it and what ends up happening -- >> there no legal obligation for a candidate for the high test office in the thraopbd release his or her taxes. it has ban tradition. the american people expect it. the american people have a right to know whether or not the person is truthfully representing themselves the but there's no legal requirement. if you printed them the tax return, if you printed them out it's probably this size. >> that's what donald trump, jr
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said our tax return the 20,000 pages. >> that's right he has a different corporation for every project. each one of those corporations has to file a separate return. each generates wealth for the people who work for them. it's very a very complex system. >> what could be in here that's damaging? >> you want me to play mitt romney? >> no i want to know if he is not worth as much as he says he's worth. >> representations to the federal commission are signed under oath. if there's a significant disparity he could have a legal issue about telling the government two different things about the same project. >> romney's only problem wasthy paid a low tax rate and it hurt him in the the general election.
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>> exactly. so the question se, could trump given the ability with real estate investments to get your taxess down. sit possible that he might have that same issue and that's the way he's delaying. >> from the supreme court, nobody should pay a nickel more than they owe and in the the american system we calculate our own taxes. i think donald trump this make that argument very effective. >> the government made that point on fox. donald trump, you have someone do your taxes, corporations or accounting firms -- that's what they do. while we are having these false arguments, it's political gainsmanship on both sides. let's look at earnings statements. if you want to assess wealth, assess wealth. >> the one thing that's
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undeniable st-l trump will be much better at defending his tax returns than romney was. >> absolutely. he will be familiar with all the the figures in 20,000 pages. this is not something a journalists can go through. if the stuff comes out, it will take a team of sophisticated account accountants to do it it will take them a week to do so. >> a team of sophisticateed accountants that work for the pbi. one critter was in far rude awakening hoping the one would get away to watch the yankees in spring training in tampa. check this out. cruise spent over 20 -- crews spent over 20 minutes to catch a raccoon.
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a grounds crew member knocked him off the the net with a metal stick sending the animal falling the 40 feet. >> raccoons are mean. i know that growing up. some be careful. last night's academy awards telecast brought on a host who brought on the diversity controversy head on. >> we are hear -- we are here at the academy awards otherwise known as the white people's choice awards. >> we will have more on hollywood's biggest night. stay with us. . ♪ we live in a pick and choose world.
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i think at this time tph-pl american history, we need to make america great again. >> that was alabama senator endorsing donald trump yesterday speupt trump's first endorsement. this is trump also chris christie backing on friday to these endorsement set up big wins tomorrow night. joining kus is the the daily beast and former chris christie chief strategist. thank you for joining us. interesting endorsement from your boss, chris christie. >> donald trump has a sense of momentum going in to super tuesday. i think the candidates have important strategies that
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involve their gnome states. i think some will have some to have a chance to challenge him at this point. >> this is trump's critical, most important part of his campaign nap is immigration and keeping a cap on foreigners coming in. >> yeah, i can't say this is a big surprise. i don't know how many people pulled to trump rather than just resolidifying the people that he has but other than texas, it looks like the south is going to donald trump and the other candidates can hope to pick up delicates on the the margins down there. were looking at places like minnesota and colorado where people like bernie sanders and marco rubio are hopinging to open up a tally in hopes of keeping up with the top of the ticket. >> mike stph-l -- michael? in terms of the reaction to the chris christie endorsement.
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how you think trump is going to be to unite the republican party if he is the ultimate nominee? >> some people are saying they won't join with donald trump. i think issue will become if he does rack up a bunch of states. he's on his way to winning most of the states the now. how will elected the officials go against the will of their own voters. there are a lot of people whom are upset. he has won three of the the first four. he could win, 8, 9, 10, 11 states tomorrow. >> that is the story of this election. >> this is the way the system works. in the primary, you and your neighbors make choice. if the the people who made their choice, will the party come together or not, i will also have checked. in the the end, people made their choice, they have to get together to get. hind their candidate. >> one of the things many party leaders will have to decide is
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hillary clinton. if the choice comes down down to any, how will they react to it. >> in terms of the the fighting against trump and marco rubio looking like he has way too much mountain dew to drink starting off friday, do you think that works for him stph-l again that,'s not the marco rubio that the voters have gotten to know and it doesn't seem like his authentic self. >> right. you're right. that is a risk that he's taking. they had to do something. coming up to this, he didn't want like he was ready to fight for this nomination. we are seeing that now. at the same time, it might be too little too late. i don't think many people took trump serious i'll going into this. we are seeing the results of that now. >> i have a question for you. this is really about bernie bere
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sanders and the way it works with the super del tkpats. are there democrats saying their election is being determined. hillary clinton has the support of super delegates. she beat him in south carolina and it was never much of a contender for her. what about the feeling is you don't have a savior of a democratic voter? >> i think argument is going away at this point. the fewer states bernie sanders is able to win the less the super delegates is going to matter. hillary clinton is wracking up normal delegate wins. bernie sanders we saw in south carolina wasn't able to make it with african-american voters and that is continuing. we are seeing that in polling coming out of the southern states. she in minnesota, he is in massachusetts and will probably win vermont but his reason for being in this race becomes more of a message than a campaign in here. >> you think it might be,
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though, he's already polled the hillary so far to the left in terms of the primary voting, will it make it difficult for her to get back to the center for general election? >> that's a good question. i don't know, though. i don't think so. i think hillary clinton will do what hillary clinton is going to do and this make the most of it when you go to the general election. >> thank you very much. we will see you soon. leonardo dicaprio finally weigh winning his academy award after years of falling short. . and using his acceptance speech to work in a political message. >> i thank you you all for this amazing award. let us not take this planet for granted. i do not take tonight for granite. thank you very much. . t. rowe , we can help guide your retirement savings. so wherever your retirement journey takes you, we can help you reach your goals. call us
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lit cost you more to visit walt disney world. >> the prices are going up and it's just in time for busy season. starting next week, walt disney world will charge up to $124 this for a one-davis sit during the busiest day of the year including spring break. at disney's three other parks it will cost less $114 a person. dis? i hoping this move -spread out the move at its jam tpabgd park. another rocket launch in the third time for n a row. tweeting and citing reasons oxygen temperatures and helium bubble which targeted an alarm. it will put a new rocket in the the space to target parts of the the asia spa -- pacific.
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the revenece, leonardo dicaprio finally getting his first oscar win. he finally won best actor last night. >> thank you so much. your favorite moment oh was what? >> i watched every minute of it. we have it cued up. you want to roll it? it was part of a monta tkpw*e
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where they insertd black actors with whoopie goldburg. tracy morgan -- >> it was so funny. my first thought, rachel. he's funny but what's that? >> it was just -- also wore a dress. >> he was in the the role in the danish girl. >> he's touring. >> he's a funny guy. delivers good humor. not dirty humor. i like to see that. >> i think chris rock handledle issue well, funny but made the point.
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>> what makes humor great is when it's funny wrapped around the truth. that's what made rock work. >> rock is a great comedian. there's no knocking his talent. they will have him back soon. >> he handled a difficult time really well. i want to go back to something that you brought up about the price increases at disney. >> oh, yeah. >> because everybody keeps saying there's no inflation. there's no inflation in commodities or anything made in china but service eup tphraeugs is starting to take off. stuff is in deflation but the money is going into services. that's an important economic and investment thing. >> you say thereis inflation when it comes to service not necessarily just commodity prices. >> they are clearly still until free fall but the none freed up from lower gas prices are going into movie tickets, disney
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tickets, the inflation is there which means the economic growth is there. >> you have to trepl "star wars" and "frozen" creating a ton of dedemand so it's also a business. >> if you look at bad times in america in the the movie entry and entertainment, people look for escapeism. people are looking for not the best reality. they are in wartime and bad economic time, entertainment is needed. disney is capitalizing, that's all i can say. >> thank you very much. former small or thes give a negative presidential campaign. tell us who they believe will come out of super tuesday with enough momentum to secure a nomination. we're back in a moment. ♪
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your top story thes now at 8:00 a.m. on the east coast. candidates their turning up the heat as voters get ready for super tuesday. republican front runner donald trump breaking the national poll. according to the latest cnn numbers, trump has expanded his lead to 49%. marco rubio trailing.
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marco rubio trailing. at 16%. hillary clinton has a lead over sanders in that same cnn poll and clinton hoping to build on her overwhelming victory in south carolina. dow industrial down to 31 points today. we do have the chicago purchasing index. it was hollywood's big night last night, the leonardo dicaprio getting his statue. comedian chris rock at wasting no time facing the back controversy at the awards. >> i'm here at the academy awards otherwise known as the white people's awards. >> more of the the night's best
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moments coming up throughout this program. new polls show donald trump with a huge lead. this latest cnn poll coming out this morning. >> just about a couple hours ago. there are eye dropping numbers in there. a reading from cnn say trumps that 49% of republicans nationwide. that is by far his highest total yet and puts him as the well as 33 points hraer of marco rubio. and it comes ahead of super tuesday tomorrow where 11 states are in play. trump had this prediction yesterday while in al. >> you got get out, you to vote on tuesday. everybody here you vote. we will win so big. we are leading in every single state and we are almost leading
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in texas and i have a feeling we will win texas also. >> well that cnn poll shows hillary clinton has a comfortable 17-point lead over bernie sanders. she won south carolina on saturday by 48 points. both will be seeking votes as as super tuesday as well. number this morning are 49 for donald trump. that is wide. >> sit. blake, thank you so much. . donald trump. presidential campaign national spokes person katrina pearson with us. good morning. what a big number, 49% in this latest cnn poll. what is the messaging going into super tuesday that donald trump is going to be bringing in tuesday. what is his main messageing? >> the main thing here is we want someone that is going to fix the problems that we have. the messaging is very simple. all the the politicians are
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bought and paid for and this go out and say a lot of stuff to get your vote but will not do anything about it after the fact. the message is donald trump wants to make america great again. he put several policies out on his web-site. he wants to get a lot of people encouraged to help him make america great again. >> how will he do it? up until now it's been a message that's worked and resinateing with people who want to see that tough leader in place and still don't know how he will do it how will he create jobs, how will he keep the country safe? >> well, we actually do. anyone who listens to any of his rallies or press conferences that he's had on specific policy releases know this stuff. ty push people to donald jtrump.com.
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he is talking to them generally. i'll say this, when it comes to creating jobs, he talks about reno negotiateing trade deal, bringing those jobs back to the country and eliminating fraud, waste and abuse to help bring down the debt. there's a lot of things that mr. trump is talking about. >> people listen to donald trump and they have read his web-site and listened to him in these rallies he does and says stuff that makes some people nervous. on friday he said he wanted to change the laws in this country so he can sue the press and members of the press look at that and said he's attacking the first amendment. so, well, he is also joked a lot at these rallies, too. he's talking about holding the media accountable which is rarely ever done. if it can be done donald trump would be the one to do it.
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the media gets away with so many things including making up stories which he's experienced several times on his campaign. >> katrina, let me ask you something. one of the things that his supporters love about trump is when somebody attacks him, he hits hard and a bit be throw the belt, chow a candidate that is so aggressive in smash mouth politic, how does he unite the party win -- when and if he receives the ultimate nomination. >> i think you just read the cnn poll numbers, it seems that a lot of people are coming in behind donald trump. every time a candidate has dropped out, mr. trump's numbers go up. to me, that says the unite. >> let me ask you one questions what specific stories has the press made up? >> well there's several stories that have come out over the campaign trail. those recently this pushing that david duke endorsed donald trump when he didn't. there's a number -- cnn pushing
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out a story that donald trump was talking about some other thing that had happened. this is really interesting how these stories come out mainly on cnn that just turn out to be false. this is david. i look at polls, we have talked about this in the past, the polls here is a pollle that is 1001 adults. the numbers look good for trump but if he doesn't get to this in the the actual super tuesday voting, then you've got a question how he actually brings people together. >> well, we've been told the feeling is 20%, 25% now 40% now almost at 50% in the the national polls as each state has voted we have seen mr. trump bring in every coalition on the the republican side from conservative to moderate to liberalle to -- >> [ inaudible ]
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>> the numbers are matching what we are seeing coming in. you will find that on super tuesday. >> what about this mexico story. today another former president of mexico speaks out against donald trump. now he is accusing your tapl -- your campaign of being racist. we are out here to make america great again. securing is not racism. it's the job of the federal government. we don't pay any attention to that. i was talking to former president of mexico, vicente fox and he surprised us all with his language about it. listen to this. i want to get your reaction. >> i am not going to pay for that -- wall. i am not. ty will not apologize. >> i will not pay for it. how will it be paid for.
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>> i think wall just got ten feet higher as mr. trump will say but the wall has been proepuated for. this is another thing. every single penny the government gives to states and cities has strings attached to it. we have to put strings the attach we put foreign governments including mexico. we give them hundreds per year. >> that is why the whole conversation has helped trump. people are angry about this. >> the knock on trump is he says things like "i will get mexico to pay for this wall" which he knows is not true. rubio starts to attack on this point where he says i disagree with immigration and that's all i hire in my resorts. how will he counter what he says that what he says and what he says all align. >> i don't think that's all mr. trump hires at his resort. mexico can and most likely pay for it.
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if he start attaching strings to foreign aid will benefit the country. >> you are right. david duke did not formerly endorse donald trump, he did voice as last week. he was asked about that support, right stp. he was asked and in the the press conference with chris christie on friday. the statements that came out yesterday from the anti-deformation league was asking him same story and mr. trump said i don't know what you are talking about because this did not happen and david duke responded directly last night saying that did not happen. so mr. trump was not going to answer questions that made no sense and wanted proof of the endorsement. >> great to have you. thank you so much. we are watching markets this morning. futures off the lows but we are expecting the lower opening for broader averages.
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>> let me get your take on the story which most people missed last year. i know your fund was up big. how do you see the story? the story scares the heck out of me because if you look at the markets over the last the four years they were up about 63% but 36% of that was driven by multiple expansions. some more than half. if you look at u.s. $ $3.5 millions. were one of the better countries. russia doesn't have the recession, china, growth the real growth not what they put out officially. it's much lower, maybe 2%-3%. you are talk act a federal reserve that will have to get more aggressive. they deal until their mandate versus trying to please the stock market. >> for the year?
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>> yeah. >> i know you are on the the other side of that. >> one thing is 1% in q4 but 3% for 2015 as one of the best years we've posted in this recovery. you u have low gas prices and wages rising. real incomes are rising faster than they have since the '60s. why you think there's this eminent disaster coming in the u.s. economy. >> it's like people saying that is the u.s. problem with the tech bubble or in '07 saying that's the u.s. housing problem. it's enter connecting. what's going on with china, russia and brazil effects us here in the u.s. when they see their china business going from 94% growth in september down the to 14% growth in december in one quart near's telling you something. so, what does china buy from us?
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microsoft higher the revenues in belgium than they have in china. their first policy in the last thaoe or four years has reduced our sales in that market. >> you're saying why is china so important? >> exactly. >> what is the number ter market in the the world for pc, smart phones, autos, china. that the's just three exams of what they buy from us. not to mention from fact that they are number one in the world of consuming a lot of commodities. >> where do you see smart phones and cars sold until china made? >> a lot of them are in china but sold by u.s. companies. what happened when apple was trying to sell smart phones into china. there's a reason ap will have down year over year revenues for first time since 2003. that's 13 years ago because they are relying on emerging markets to slow this growth it comes back and hits u.s. companies.
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>> what is the kaltist to turn around the story to turn around the emerging markets. we have been lead fargo long time and it's just not happening. >>ly get to that that. >> you can stop right there. there. >> way to get through that other than time. with a lot of these issues, you cannot stimulate your way out of it with excess over capacity in china, brazil, russia was the cause of the fact that prices have been collapsing. it takes time to get through that and that's what you have to get through is the past it has to be drawn out. the bad news with some of the demographics out there. they are trying to get their issues over the late '80s. for china they have massive bill it will take a while and that's the only thing that gets you through it. .
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we will hear from three central banks just this month. they are on the set on march. >> you're getting into something that really matters. what happened, well the yen didn't go down to help their exports. it went up and the stock market collapsed and banks can't make money lowering the interest rate of the lenders. >> you been great. please come back soon. we will be right back.choose ♪ but at beedtime? why settle for this? enter sleep number and the ultimate sleep number event, going on now. sleepiq technology tells you how well you slept and what adjustments you can make. you like the bed soft. he's more hardcore. so your sleep goes from good to great to wow!
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>> welcome back. we are looking at the low test level at 30 points right here. you made the point about central bank action and it's also the story that's troubling for you. >> the central bank's are responding for what they see as the demand picture and what you are seeing is the u.s. is going at 1%. brazil and russia are dealing with inflation. europe has their own set of issues. >> michael made a good point earlier about services and how we are seeing a little inflation when it comes to service whether it's disney-year-old raising
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prices or other areas where the services as opposed to deflation in commodities. >> the wall street journal article over the weekend about that very thing about the inflation that consumers are experiencing. if u you worry about it, you don't in the the u.s. treasury it's a report this morning that bullishness and it has been in three years. here is the problem you, a good thing which is wages are going up, the markets don't want the feds to raise. every time you think the feds will raise they get nervous. so you are in this wield situation which is the opposite to where you have been for last several years. economy is back and the feds are lowers. economy good because that's great because the markets go up. now you are in the situation where if the markets to up, people worry the fed may have to raise because unemployment is
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below 5%. average earnings 2.5%. the anthem of the seas is turning again. >> yeah. the royal caribbean cruise ship battered by a major atlantic storm is cutting another cruise short. the ship is heading back to new jersey due to an out break of a neuro virus. a double whammy there. and walt disney world will cost you more. it will charge up to $124 for one-davis -- one davis -- one day visits there. they are hoping it will spread out the demand at its crowded parks. he rescued an american hostage in 2012 and will be the
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11th living service member for receiving the high test award. he pinned a forward by the throat another another s.e.a.l.was able to shoot the enemy. >> up ahead two former senators will join me with a closer look at the race. were watching tomorrow super tuesday and you watching morning with maria on the fox business network. we will be right back. ♪
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welcome back. we are off the worst levels of the the year. you said you still worried about the macro story. there are some themes they want you talk about that has you looking at certain technology stocks that you like. what are the things that you want toeupb vest around this year? >> i am -- what are the things that you u want to invest around this year? you have the olympics and the presidential elections. that by itself puts another $10 million-dollars in advertising demand. when you look at what's going on
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now that a a lot of that is waged in the the media and video. if you look at th-t the last year,ed aer have taoeugs up 3 -- if you look at that, maybe advertising up 3%-4% and video online advertising is up 40%. >> wow. >> if you look in the fourth quarter when candidate is going after the presidential elections. they will use facebook. they will be advertiseing the online with google. they this start to target the voters that they want to get out there. so you want to target facebook and google. >> i don't think there's anybody on the planet that treated facebook better than you did. i remember when the stock wept public. you shorted it then you bought it and you handled this stock so well.
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give me your sense. it was cheaper at the end of last year than it was about the start. that is not the same with amazon and net flix. the rev of knews are up 20. -- the revenues are up 20%. the growth actually execellerateed year over year for the last two quarters. i think they have a chance to do that again in march. the deevaluation at 40% times on the surface makes you nervous but you are buying it -- and what about google? >> >> google, the evaluations is a little trickier, because revenues grew about 16% last year and did execellerate year over year for the last few quarters but trading at 20% times.
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>> i want ask you about this -- we have been asking this discussion the last couple weeks about the fbi versus apple situation. they will all be at a hearing tomorrow regardless what comes out of that? you don't like apple as a stock. you are recommending, avoid it. >> this is going online and we are talking about that since september of last year. this is not something new. the real problem with apple is we are both sitting here with smart phones but when you talk about the feature of buying your phone, the count on china the second biggest market. the number one driver of growth for them. a lot of these economies are slowing down. so the stocks are -- i love my apple product but the fundamental, i think numbers have to continue to come down. >> is this a catalyst that makes you change your mind.
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something that you will believe in. >> think of the the knew features. -- think of the new features. a little rounded edges. it's a little better. every year it's faster and it's been shrinking for four years. it will mature enough where it is being faster and lit help you drive a lot more sales. >> the china story has been driving markets so much for the last year or so. i know it's one of the issues for your feeling that the story will get worst. you will see u.s. stocks decline this year. >> it concerns me lit happen. >> what are the leading groups to take that, you think stp. >> i think the technology is the one that scaresny most. facebook may be my favorite stock. but lit go down as well. now the problem here is the
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following -- the i.t. spending environment is $2 trillion a year. banking is 18% excluding insurance which is another 8%. we heard last week how his business was under pressure due to profit commodity prices, specifically oil and lower interest rates. on top of that the thread source and manufacturing is another 18% of i.t. spending, it will come to see the come forward. you saw cisco. you saw hp which is not the greatest company. . >> it sounds like the financials you will not touch either. that's it.
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jp morgan tradeing the at below 10%s. what scarce me is the credit envine -- what scares me is the credit environment. i would rather not own them than a lot of the the it players. i think it's sill think to make that assumption. when push comes to shove, they will spend less on it. they need to support cash flow and buy back shares. they care more about their business than supporting a player out there in the it business. they will do what's prudent. >> really interesting. now from out this morning. we will take a short break. when we come back the count down for super tuesday is on. the presidential candidates making it a final push to the race. check thought footage from a car coming within a few feet of hitting a police officer after spinning out of control in northwest england. you can see the mare -- you can
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driven to it is here. super tuesday over 24 hours away. shelley donald trump is a huge lead ahead of senators marker review in tankers nationally. almost breaking the 50% barrier. on the democratic side and hillary clinton building on her key win in south carolina, topping bernie sanders 55% to 38% nationally. the the mudslinging of the bacon between donald ciampa between donald trump and marco rubio creating lots of headlines this morning. >> he doesn't sweat because his pores are clogged from the spray tan the spray tan that he uses. [laughter] donald is not going to america great. he is going to make america orange. >> when you're up 20 points in
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florida, he can't be elected dog catcher in florida. this guy appeared at college and little marco. maria: with more on the political fighting ahead of super tuesday, to want to bring in trent lott and tom daschle, both majority senate leaders. gentlemen, good morning. thank you for joining us. senator trent lott, let me get your thoughts on this campaign. looks like we're entering a period where the mudslinging has begun. >> it broke and i've ever seen. the book title was pretty pathetic. really talking about how we need to get your government working again in washington and america. and also i guess could be aimed at what is happening in politics in america today. trinity that is the issue. we are hearing all this name-calling, but we're not getting to the issues.
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i don't think i've heard one candidate give us a solution on debt and deficit and bringing us down. >> you are exactly right. this is a race to the bottom a race to the bottom and it may be great entertainment, but it is not good governance. we've got incredible issues come important issues that have to be addressed. we need leadership and people working together to find solutions. we are not seeing that today. maria: so what is the answer? it looks like donald trump is headed towards being the gop nominee. how do you get the conversation back on track? >> it is so strange this year. who knows what is going to happen. i've been committed to john kasich from the beginning because john does know how to get things done in the congress. he's done as governor of ohio. when we balanced the budget that led to a surplus of john is chairman of the committee and tom daschle and me working with bill clinton.
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that is the leadership we are looking for pure maria: i know. if i live back in the poll. do you think a become a vice president? >> this has been such a weird election. i don't know how it is going to turn out good books like trump and hillary clinton. who knows come a long time from now until may. maria: that is true. >> i would just add this is still early in the process. we've only been in for a month or so. we've got a long way to november. voters still have an opportunity here. when all the voters have the chance to cast their ballots and express themselves, we'll have to see how this all plays out. the voters have to decide what kind of leadership they want and they will have a stark choice but appears this year and that is ultimately a question i think we will have to face. what kind of leadership do we want and which direction we want want to take this country? maria: well, you are brave. it's remarkable we haven't heard anything about bringing deficits
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to dance down as it relates to social security, medicare. everybody knows that is where the spending has been the need to be changed. can we don't hear a solid plan. so why does the solution? >> we do need some leadership or step up to talk about the fact. the last debate the republican hat, jobs are mentioned one time. we need people to talk about jobs and people want to step up with entitlement reform that will find a way to cut down the deficit and the debt. we need more of that. how is it going to happen? people have to demand it. maria: we did that in the fox business network today. that is where our focus was. can you both give us a solution in terms of moving the needle and economic growth? we were having a debate this morning on how the economy is right now. a lot of expectation going into recession. these are near-term issues, but what is your best solution?
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senator lott, you first in terms of creating economic growth. what is the answer? >> well, we need to reduce the regulatory burden the government is putting across business and jobs creation area. we also need to deal with the deficit and bring them down. we need to cut taxes. we get so upset with the company after company move and put their headquarters in ireland because our tax policies just don't make it dance. we are running corporations out of america. if we could deal with regulations and get a sensible tax policy and secure entitlement to the right way for the future, you'll see an explosion of growth. treated to senator daschle, all the gop candidates want to do that. they're talking about bringing in regulation, lower corporate taxes. do you agree that is the answer? >> we certainly agree we need real reform in both the taxes as well as entitlements. i think it goes beyond that. we need leadership. we need people that can really convince other countries that
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it's proper to invest again. i don't think we are seeing now. we need a new trade agreement. the trade agreement not to pass this year. there's absolutely no reason why we can't get the tt ip -- tpp program passed. that is just one of the many things we can do economically to make this country work better. >> it doesn't look like they will pass this year. now it is on hold. >> let me jump into that. that is the thing, and i talk about in our book, crisis point. we need stronger leadership and communication. the president is to talk to the congress. paul ryan and mitch mcconnell are free traders. get the communication going. there are problems that could be slowed down for the side agreements on the trade promotion authority. work on it. it's just not happening.
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maria: gentlemen, good to talk with you both. "crisis point" is the name of the back on trent lott. trent lott, tom daschle. before we take a break, look at the best moments you may have disturbed earlier in the program. >> donald trump, he knows how to play this as a reality show and that is why we are watching. >> without actually win the election? >> you will be next president of the united states. maria: you think so? >> absolutely. maria: frost yourself. remember that movie? how to lose a guy in 10 days. and that is how it's done. what do you think about this bombshell speculation? >> the speculation by romney and others as baseless. unless they've seen the returns which would be highly irregular and extremely unlikely, they have no reason to suggest there is a bombshell in there, did he does business with the mafia.
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restrictions on weapon as strong, that they were not passed. move over grumpy cat. a new trend called trump had taken the web by storm. cat owners have been posting pictures of their pets at the republican front runner. you can find more of these on twitter with hash tag trump your cat. dagen: i will post it. new york yankees may face challenges in the coming event. a raccoon cap the ground troop yesterday. scaled back at but steinbrenner field in tampa, florida. look at that picture. they would build to lock it off heading down the right field line and maybe ms. doody l.
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maria: thank you for making us now with all the video. 2016 volatility so far. one of the commodities this year you the old far more limited details. >> there is gold in these here paid. these were about 2.5, three months old. scaring them that way. look at that. look at these numbers. gold has run up this year. a lot of losers in the market. gold up, sober up, but nothing compared to pay. pots chided at the cme up 18%. max waldman -- what is the deal? >> we've seen a really good run up the good that's allowing us opportunities for profit. re: keep in mind as we started to hear, we were actually the average -- is an average loss for 12 months. >> despite that, if you look at gold, for example, versus hogs,
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it looks good. you set it to me, oil will go on for 25 to 35, still fairly low. >> it is fairly low. we now have the ability to get a profit or the year if we take the features rises. at least the first three quarters of the year. the fact a lot of people eating pork. he's going to be tasty. >> i grew up near hog farms and i know how bad. maria: i'm sorry, jeff.
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the >> and the oscar goes to spotlight. maria: gas, spotlight won the top award at the academy awards ceremony, beating up bad macs for best picture. the second oscar after winning best screenplay. michael tim merritt joins us now. you called this. reporter: good morning, my maria. i just had a hunch. rabbinate was the clear favorite going into last night. it was such a brutal movie. i had a feeling a lot of the candidates did not watch it. two other things that help spotlight. the actor's guild is the largest voting bloc within the academy.
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also the preferential voting system with a rabbinate may have had the most number one ballots, but it didn't hit the 50% mark to poet over to poet over-the-top in which case they then started looking at the second and third choices. maria: can we talk about mad max for a second? my husband and i are watching away her leg it's going to win again. it just kept winning and winning and winning. >> i don't get it. i did not like the movie. it was so strange. it was very creative. people were crazy about george miller. dagen: my favorite moment of the night was the woman who won one up on stage, crazy hair, no makeup, letter just get an unprecedented.
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it made my day. >> abiding to the costume her, she would be at. >> they cut her off. were you surprised about sylvester stallone? i was sad about that. >> everyone said he was clearly the sentimental favorite. again, factor the preferential ballot system. the iowa caucus of voting, the crazy system or sometimes everyone's first choice doesn't necessarily win the day. >> the people who deserve that one or was it really that caucus system? >> the whole thing went this preferential ballot. it is not really a popularity contest. there's no super delegates here. a consensus favorite.
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maria: great to see you. thanks so much. the >> thank you. michael tammero joining us there. dagen mcdowell, david niles, great show this morning. before you go, let talk about this broader story. you think will things will get worse and terms of the backdrop. what about the backdrop meaning jobs? >> the job should hang an okay. the service sector is much bigger than the natural resources sector. that is a good thing. as brought up, the problem with attitude some degree it's a double-edged sword. they want to make sure we don't get out of control. that is a balancing act. >> other types of jobs and career path they provide. i have a rule for everyone today. first you intimidate me make often in business. first he went and then you make
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policy and politics. but you have to come together. maria: we will see about that. thank you for joining us. dagen mcdowell, always a pleasure. we will see you in a minute. "varney & company" begins now. stuart, over to you. stuart: good monday morning everyone but monday morning after 100 politics. just wait until you see the latest haul. an extraordinarily extraordinary change of insults. cruz says trump is in bed with the mob. who could remember an election campaign like this one. the day before super tuesday, trump retains a dominant position. wait until you see the poll. a landslide for hillary in south carolina took almost the entire african-american vote as he won by 50 points. she retains a dominant position, too. it sure looks like trump versus clinton in november. bombings in baghdad, isis claims

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