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>> our campaign is the only campaign that has beaten and can be donald trump. >> it matters what you say when you run for president and it really matters if you are president. >> we're going to win massachusetts and massachusetts will bring this country into the political revolution. maria: here is what is at stake is six and the delegates 11 states. the key stayed to watch texas. the lone star state has the most up for grabs and will be a key test for type cruise. the democratic side of the race, hillary clinton to extend her lead over bernie sanders. the two battle at over 800 event delegates in today's races. moving at the latest from the campaign trail. apple scores a major victory between privacy and national security. a corporal in the justice department cannot force the technology giants to unlock an iphone in a brooklyn drug case. coming as fbi at apple if you're
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up for the hearings on capitol hill this morning. turn into markets, asian markets higher overnight despite weak economic data. contractions for the seventh straight month in china. early trade in your postings across the board. the eurozone purchasing managers index i do wonder about but the numbers still coming and above expectation. the parent of the new york stock exchange considering it had for the london stock exchange that would break up the deal it has planned. check creatures in the u.s. pointed to a rally. dow industrials to open up better than 100-point after the new york fed president of dudley said he sees downside risks to the u.s. economy. potentially preventing the federal reserve from raising interest rates and a chance at this point. nasdaq up 33 points this morning. the battle on its presidential candidate evo, super tuesday. lieberman with details now from miami.
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blake. reporter: so much on the line for the seven presidential candidates on the republican side. there are a dozen states in play tonight. roughly 25% of the delegate total. the poll suggests donald trump could end up winning the overwhelming majority tonight. ted cruz tried to hold his home state of texas 155 delegates. will he pick up his first state in the nominating contest. john kasich looking ahead to the upcoming weeks and dr. ben carson as his campaign is still very much in play. this was the final pitch last night for donald trump to voters in georgia. >> we are going to win every single level. we are going to win with help. we are going to an education. we are going to win at the borders.
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we will win, win, win, win. reporter: bernie sanders has announced it raised a staggering $42 million on the democratic side. also 11 states in play, roughly 20% or so of the delegate. sanders campaign hoping to pick up a few states tonight, but this is looking very much like a big night for hillary clinton. >> i need your help tomorrow. i need you to come out and vote tomorrow in the primary here in virginia on super tuesday to bring everybody you can. reporter: maria, you are wondered what we are doing the enemy. florida is not a super tuesday states where it has nothing to do with the fact that 75 degrees and there is a killer tool at our hotel. maybe we'll get to that at some point. hillary clinton, marco rubio and donald trump are all here in south florida looking ahead to the upcoming weeks.
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maria: that is fire in florida. thanks so much. proactive communications president mark cerrado right now. good to see you. good morning. expectations. what are you looking at? >> i look at politics as they do a financial market. when they can manage symptoms to look at the transplanted the trendline is overwhelmingly in favor of hillary clinton and donald trump. what we will see tonight is donald trump will win eight of nine primaries. also two conferences going on. those are less predictable. texas should go to ted cruz. if trump went there, they'll tell a different story. the trendline is overwhelmingly in his favor. super tuesday in 1988 in 2,002,008 were all in a similar position with a front runner but democrats are scrambling to slow it down. typically that doesn't have been peered maria: is this going to be a sweep or not?
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>> it could be a sweep. even if it is in a sweep, it is still going to be a sweep. dagen: one thing to watch in texas, rubio needs to get to the threshold in order to get delegates in the state. i know he's committed to staying in it until the 15th, until florida, but right now the way the polls look, rubio doesn't look like he's going to win wednesday. my biggest concern for thing to watch is two people who are not in favor of donald trump, do they not even go out and vote? virginia is purely proportional. your vote really count because there's no threshold. are people going to stay at home because donald trump is running away with it. >> it's interesting you bring up virginia. two of the places where rubio is polling well. this year the chance of picking up the states? >> i don't think so.
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the gap is too large to overcome. in massachusetts, 20,000 democrats in the last few months have switched the identification to switched the identification said they could vote in the republican side. that is an interesting trend. but donald trump has done is win a general election campaign. nobody ever does that. you don't do that in the primary. hillary clinton has been campaigning to the left month after month. donald trump is trying to build out a coalition. i don't think rubio can overcome >> i started a new group called establishment anonymous at 4:00 p.m. i'm a recovering establishment person. the question i have for you is during the establishment of me were getting phone calls from but is industrially a say in our going to let donald trump? the answer could be yes.
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what do you say to establishment people about candidacy? should it be behind him? should they break and greater third party? >> my big concern is the establishment right now is looking to trip him up. this hash tag never trump event going on right now and the notion that romney if rubio drops out after florida than they probably can get on the ballot in many states two prevent trump from the threshold. my recommendation would be to build bridges. the national review issue that came out a month ago. the reason i was a huge mistake because if this then becomes the nominee, how are you able to have influence? there is the opportunity to have influence. build bridges, build ties. see if you can't have a running mate. >> they are too emotional on the outcry against him. why do you think?
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>> do think it's a matcher? their outrage is on par with his outrage in the upper reaches the thing he said. every action has an equal and opposite reaction. >> i've talked to sitting senators inside a meeting meeting with senator mcconnell recently. senator mcconnell basically gave according to the people basically gave senators free reign to run ads against trump and they said if they wanted to, even if he's the nominee. while your address is great, i think that there's enough people in the establishment of the regular establishment and they are not going to settle for trump in the nominee. this is breaking apart of the republican party we are about to see. maria: what does that mean the next couple weeks? you're either on the train or not. >> they've got a right to continue.
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even if he loses today, which is not coming is more money than the rnc. >> absolutely. because of power they want to dictate the terms of races like this. they can't do that this year. dagen: some voters are gnashing their teeth because they don't like what donald trump represents in terms of conservative ideals. they don't like he went after bush and called him a liar as sensually. maria: for a while congressman king was behind trumpet now he's completely done a 360. dagen: they don't like him over trade. they don't like him over spending plans. >> look at immigration. that is where the campaign started. jeff sessions is the legendary has now endorsed trump. maria: stephen miller who's worked for jeff sessions was with trump. >> has gotten the nomination now
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he has to raise $509 if you expect him to sell funds that him to self fund that or go into the establishment to raise the money? >> the republican candidate is a traditional responsibility. >> a candidate leads the charge on that. maria: he doesn't have an illiquidity. your self funding your campaign until the point at the nomination. >> does not go against everything he stands for? this is the antiestablishment candidate. if he starts taking money from donors in such a self funding, that delegitimize this is entire reason for campaigning. >> is also running to be the republican nominee. >> is not taking money from lobbyists. tranter is a good issue to raise. i don't doubt that he is liquidity to pay for this.
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what do you think? >> it's not what i think. the answer is we are going to find out one way or the other. my guess is coming up with $500 million it would be tough for most billionaires. look how far he's gotten on how little. he's probably gotten a half billion dollars in media in the past year. dagen: the most nontraditional campaign ever, how much money designated the general election? >> $500 million because he's got to get out the vote particularly in iowa -- ohio, florida. the best voter turnout operation in history was barack obama. successful in 2008, 2012, governor romney didn't have the apparatus. even candidate trumpeted the apparatus in my opinion to win the presidency. maria: they will pay. >> i agree.
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i totally agree, but those are the old metrics, the old standards. convention goes out the window with this campaign and this candidate. we are made in the basement. >> don't forget to turn in for coverage today. ex-pm eastern on the fox hasn't suffered. i will be joining neil cavuto at 8:00 p.m. eastern tonight. hope you tune into everybody's favorite super twos day. the other top story. in connection with a drug investigation, a new york judge has ruled apple cannot be forced to turn over an encrypted iphone and the data in it to investigators. the decision to influence a case involving the san bernardino shooters. u.s. attorney general about the lunch commented last night night on special report with brett error. >> please comply with the law. that is not servitude of any kind. that is simply asking a company to the vet to his civic
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obligations and cooperate with law enforcement mr. brecht by a quarter. tranter representatives from apple will be headed to capitol hill to testify before the house judiciary committee on software encryption. more than that in the program. fireworks erupting yesterday. the sum of the key states in the super tuesday battle. back in a minute. lots to cover. ♪
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they did not contact the virus in this country. chaos at a donald trump rallied western virginia. secret service agent by minute "time" magazine photographer to the ground by the neck moments after black lives matter protest routed to a halt. the photographer not to face charges. he was trying to get a better shot of the protesters. all of this after david duke endorsed donald trump on sunday and trump not really repudiated not at the time. cause chaos yesterday. maria: did she see the comment he made when they were fighting and then taking the guy out. he said are you from mexico? >> he did. he made that comment as well. the black lives matter and trump went back and said all lives matter.
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>> the thing about the story as the cameraman was arguing the secret service. i take the side of the secret service and the situation. the government has assigned secret service protection to donald trump because it looks like it's going to be the nominee. these guys but the dice on the line everyday for the president, people running for office great domestic secret service. dagen: or someone has an earpiece come i generally don't mess with them. >> are we going to see more of this? >> absolutely. >> if you're a democratic strategist, why wouldn't she fled donald trump's events of protesters every single times of the american people see a fight to disrupt general election favorability. dagen: there's actually a playbook that exists right now
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where that will happen at every rally, particularly assuming he's the nominee, but it's going to happen over and over. >> the 2004 bush campaign are the ones who pioneered this when they went to rallies with flip-flops in draft to because they said it is flip-flopping on the iraq war. they did that in 2004 and that has happened in every campaign. >> there is a level of rage on the right and left that is scary. it's not just bubbling up. it is inflamed. maria: the honeymoon may be over for your wallet. gasoline prices rising for a seventh end of row. super tuesday, the biggest test yet for presidential hopefuls as they make their final push for stamps of approval. we will be right back. the microsoft cloud allows us to
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european banks will underperform because of the deflationary sector in europe but in general barkleys is going in the right direction. marymac the federal reserve, bill dudley suggesting the u.s. economy will offer any federal reserve interest rate increases. we were not necessarily expecting a big string of rate hikes. -tech we are back to the days the economy is bad and that is good for the stock market. financials were the worst performing sector in the month of february of the s&p sector so
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maybe you get a little bit of moved up -- but this is not -- maybe that was already factored into the financials. it will be difficult for them to make money. marymac is difficult for the fed had any cohesive decision for the last year. most analysts expect rates to be earlier but back to barkleys, this speaks to a larger trend of jpmorgan city, all the big banks are risking out of the emerging markets and that is something that i'm worried about what happened in the emerging markets and all the big banks. >> it is a longer-term issue and there are bigger fish to fry right now in europe, in japan, in china, the devaluation coming, deflationary fiers, these are modern economy is so we got to get that right before
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we worry about the emerging market but emerging markets have been shattered over the last six months and at some point they will present a buying opportunity. >> we saw a buying opportunity in china, some data showed a slowdown all the the is a feeling among some that we have seen the worst in china. big rally overnight. >> my opinion that i said at an event yesterday, growing slower on a percentage basis but if you look at the real numbers, you can't grow 10% forever. say your at $1 trillion and growing 10% of $100 billion, a larger number the growth is still there in china on an absolute basis. >> population is only getting bigger. everyone making big plays. >> john mccain lamenting tactics
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marymac supertuesday march 1st, in 11 states across the country today, take a look what this says. republican sides extended delegates the key state to watch, texas, the loans are stay as the most delegates up for grabs. will be a test for ted cruz moving forward. on democratic side hillary clinton looking to extend her lead over bernie sanders, two battling at over today's races. we bring the latest from the campaign trail coming up. apple scoring a major victory in the debate is clean primacy in national security. in new york court ruled the justice department cannot force the technology giant to unlock the iphone in a brooklyn drug case. the fbi and apple gear up for a hearing this morning on capitol hill. on to markets we go, asian
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markets mostly higher recession despite weak economic data out of china. look at the latest reid, the manufacturing index showing contraction for seven straight month early trading europe has been, the euros zone p.m. live and no one year low. number still coming above expectations and as a result the as markets there, we have teens was queen 2/3% and 1.5 in germany. on to the u.s. futures indicate a higher open for the broader averages as well, dow jones industrial average expected to open 130 points, as expected to open the inert and 40 points, futures jumping after the president of the fed, the new york fed president bill dudley says he sees downside risk to the u.s. economy that potentially could forget the federal reserve from raising interest. back to politics candid and and your inga for the political showdown. rich edson is standing in
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virginia, one of the most important since set to vote today. >> reporter: it has been a busy day of voting. polls have been open for half an hour in washington d.c. alexandria, va. a very democratic part of the state and a number of twenty-seventh and playing here over the last the old is particularly the democrats 95 delegates at stake, the republicans need 29 democrats and front runners in both campaigns, democratic and republican politics have been campaigning throughout the state. >> we are going to win tremendously, virginia is a big victory. almost every place, texas is the only one we are sort of tired. maybe losing. >> i really regret the language being used by republicans. the goating people, finger pointing, blaming, that is not all we should behave toward one
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another. >> all registered voters in the commonwealth of virginia in the day, they have to choose whether to participate in a democratic or republican primary, polls open at 6:00 in the morning and will stay open until 7:00 tonight. marymac rich edson live, john mccain meanwhile telling fox news and bill o'reilly last night he expects a majority of the republican establishment to back donald trump if he wins the presidential nomination. john mccain slammed the school yard insults between donald trump and marco rubio national security threats in the united states. >> we are talking about the size of people's terms and the water around the stage and the size of people's hands, the american people deserve a lot better and i am saddened that we are not discussing these issues when we are facing the greatest threats to security the united states in 70 years. maria: joining us is john mccain's national campaign manager and current partner and
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chief operating officer at isn't capital advisers, rick davis. good to see you, thanks for joining us. how is this possible that here we are on supertuesday and still talking about things like people's hands and name calling and mudslinging and on about the fact the we have debt and deficits, national security, economic issues? >> the degradation of this campaign is an all-time low. part of it is because of this side of the campaign was launched in. we did something we have never done before, had big national debate, once a month or once before each of these big primaries and it hasn't really engaged voters in his discussion on the issues. even though i think the moderators have been pulling stories out of candidates about where their positions are there has been no pressure on these guys, when you look at donald trump, front runner, who has put pressure on him on this tax bill and his economic plan which he talks about but virtually everyone who supported says this is well trillion dollars over.
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maria: i'm surprise people are not more upset. >> you are campaign manager. i am the candidate, he is blistering the. every time i come at him with something substantial makes fun of my hands, might years, my sweating. you are the campaign manager and what do you tell me to do because i can't get through? the sound bite he is delivering the mainstream media are overwhelming me. >> very simple, this formula on donald trump you have to go back we month when he started to emerge as a legitimate candidate. indeed a containment strategy. his voters like that. the people who are courtroom voters want to see him apart the establishment, read a part washington, make everybody look foolish. there for that. they don't care if he has an economic policy or how to defeat isis. you have to contain him by wrapping around him things like the fact he hasn't disclosed his tax and his plan is over budget, he doesn't have a plan, he wants
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to violate the law. >> every candidate has tried to do that. >> the first six months of his campaign people were scared of him, not one candidate would want to engage him. one of the biggest efforts in this area was carly fiorina in that first debate she graduated up from the junior debate into the senior debate primarily because she took on donald trump. after that how many people took a shot at him? until very recently. >> jeb bush was after him. >> chris six debate was all about his laziness, his energy level. >> even when he tried to how many times did donald trump shut him up but he backed off. >> they were not attacking him on his plans. they fell into the same trap. they started talking about superficial -- maria: i don't think it was lack of attack plants in the debate which jeb tried to do but the lack of attacks outside the dvd.
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how did super pacs than their money? jeb bush was running marco rubio at making fun of these boots, these boots are made for -- >> $9 million spent attacking donald trump. >> let me switchgears. you don't have to be supersmart to realize it is very likely will be the nominee. john mccain, your good friends with him, says the establishment will support him. what do you recommend to the establishment? >> the establishment is starting to fray on this issue, front page of the wall street journal, mel martine as, a venerated former senator from florida, key stay and spokesman from the republican party says i am not voting for the guy. if you say you are not voting for the guy who are you going to vote for? hillary clinton? maria: if you don't vote you give it to hillary clinton. >> i want to see -- i am republican.
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maria: will you? >> after my establishment anonymous meeting at 4 vmi will let you know but i have to get over the fact my two candidates did not make it but let's face it. i don't want hillary clinton to make justice decisions, macroeconomic decisions. that wing of the party needs to coalesce around one candidate. we can't have these guys, six seven candidates running around the field and if it was one you might stand a chance even at this late day of being able to take a challenge to donald trump but where is the pressure? where is the demand being put on the party. ted cruz and marco rubio, who is going to survive? ted cruz wins texas and marco rubio loses fla. he has to get out to support ted cruz? maria: one of the needs -- >> comes into the race late, comes into the race late, mitt romney, you need an opening to cover the race late, you have to have an organization and a campaign. the reality is fleet is too
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late. maria: is a too late for marco rubio. give him credit for punching back. is a too little too late? >> we will find out tonight. it this stage everyone is going to win if they get to this 20% threshold in most of the states, texas is a good example. 10155 delegates are going to be allocated by congressional district and 55 of them are going to be allocated stay wide. >> is the chairman preparing for a brokered convention? >> in east prepare for a convention. he should play absolutely no role in what happens. >> i thing he has tried to be out of the way, tried to be neutral. maria: we are all missing the broader point. it is not about what the establishment is doing or not doing but what the conservative establishment is doing. "national review," weekly standard, the fourth most conservative voting record in
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the senate, i will not vote for donald from the va is the nominee. it won't be bloomberg running as a third party guy, it will be a conservative to the right of donald from. that is what we on this thing. >> an independent campaign for president when john mccain lost at a very late date after supertuesday which was well beyond where this is john mccain gave way to george w. bush, frankly even though he could have continued to wage a campaign. he had the energy from has now, filling stadiums full of people and when you look independent candidacy is a completely different thing from having a third party. you have to literally today carry ballots in the state of texas, 80,000, with all those congressional -- >> there's only one person with the resources to do that and that is michael bloomberg. maria: at pinkett is going to be ted cruz. adding he is running as a third-party conservative, he can
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organize in texas. >> think this will work? >> not saying a word but does my analysis of what i think will happen. >> will make ross perot look bad. >> the superstrong duopoly. striking after ross perot debacle, they only want those candidates, and in all democracies people get what they deserve. maria: i keep coming back to the work, if you're going to sit it out and not vote because you are angry about donald trump you're giving it to the other side. >> i would say it is not too late. marco rubio wins in florida and they are able to settle the interparty dispute as to who is the candidate, you have a lot of primaries to go and a lot of delegates allocate. the reality is you may not get anybody to the magic number of 1200 so you didn't go to the convention and you have to get out and if it is an anybody but from campaign which is will we are hearing and from doesn't
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have a majority won't be the nominee so that our options available but it is going to require people to step aside, but their party and their country have their own political ambitions and start doing the right thing. maria: can from qb hillary? >> hillary is not a great candidate. has allowed a fringe candidate, we have our own issues with fringe candidates that she allow fringe candidate to define the entire election. bernie sanders has gone the distance. just announced he raised $40 million this quarter. he is going to continue to prosecute a campaign against her all the way to the conventions and she has to worry about her own party before she worries about donald trump. dagen: which kids spending money on a gurney and dope. not in that order. maria: thank you so much. see you soon. the legal dispute between the fbi and apple at capitol hill after apple won a key court victory in the encryption debate in new york. back in a minute.
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his son's face. the man spent ten days in the hospital and lost some feeling in his leg. finally the l.a. clippers introducing a new mascot. he flips, jumps, ducks, take a look at this, clippers owner, for row across up ceo steve ballmer dunking on the trampoline at halftime in the game with the brooklyn gnats and has some pretty good moves. maria: thanks so much. aaa is reporting gasoline prices up 4/7 day in a row, first time since early november. phil flynn watching oil and gasoline. good morning. >> reporter: take the good old days of falling gasoline prices are over because what we have seen is a low-margin, refiners to cut back, gone into early maintenance, shutdown the refineries and are producing less gasoline and a getting ready for summer time runs on gasoline driving up the price of gasoline. the other thing that drives up the cost of gasoline is the cost of crude oil, crude oil is up again today, second day in a row ended is gaining momentum mainly
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because of concerns about falling production. we have a report out of opec yesterday that their production actually fell last month and we heard from mexico that basically said we cannot make money, we are losing a lot of money, we are cancelling all new offshore project and we are going to be cutting back on production. mexico's oil production fell 14% last year, probably more this year. maria: coming up, apple heads to capitol hill to plead their case in front of the house judiciary committee, that is next. before we take a break, marshall lynch may have strapped on his helmet for the last time but the former seahawks running back clearly having a good time in retirement. look at this bizarre video. lynch is in egypt as part of the nfl without borders program, took some time off to ride a camel while wrapping.
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maria: apple taking its encryption battle to capitol hill. the fbi director james comey testifying in front of the house judiciary committee. attorney general a letter around lynch told bret baier in a fox exclusive -- >> please comply with the law. that is asking a company to live up to its obligations and cooperate with law enforcement as directed by a court. >> this as apples court victory
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in a new york court. joining me is kt mcfarland, good to see you. were you surprised at the new york court ruling and do you think that helps apple? >> not surprised with the new york court ruling. it may help apple but the thing is apple and the fbi are not being straightforward with us. the fbi is saying and using the san bernardino example to say give us big time back door, every product you bill we want you to go back to rant and as the key. if you went ahead as the key be the key under the door so we can come on a case by case basis and you cannot block it. apples as two problems with that, not publicly but if we built a back door we cannot guarantee bad guys can't sneak through and break in. the other thing is if we give you, the government and that fbi feedback for the chinese will want that and the iranians will one that. the chinese want that and apple has pulled back and the chinese
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threatened if you don't give us that down the road we are going to keep you out of the chinese market and the big market they are looking for is iran. iran and china would lump back doors. everybody is right and everybody is wrong. i think there is a solution and that is the former white house chief information officer who said here is what you do. you don't need the back door thing because it has security issues and privacy and commercial issues that everybody who has one of these, every device has it's own individual ip address like a fingerprint. go after a lot ip address, decrypt that one pass word on that one phone on a case by case basis. the fbi is that we want the ability to go to everybody. >> if we were running things we would say apple, and the i --
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>> this is why apple says that. they want to be about to get into the device. >> the supreme court -- >> apple is saying -- >> higher in the get go. >> this is expensive on a case by case basis. we are just going to build one nobody can get into. maria: what is going to happen? in the judge's ruling he says this needs to be decided by lawmakers and that is exactly what apple has said so what is going to happen? congress is going to write laws like telecom companies have to abide by, just like the banks, how is this different from bank? if the fbi has a search warrant or court order and they get information from telecom companies their equipment has to be designed so it can honor a court order. apple is saying -- >> for apple, they can say to
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their consumers it was legislated into play, i did my best. maria: what chinese and russia think. >> i want to play fbi advocate for a second. you are a national security expert. are there huge threats to the united states right now? and so okay, if you were running that fbi, wouldn't it be enormous pressure on you to want this? maria: of course but for annapolis point of view if we give it to you, we cannot guarantee other backers are not going to sneak through the back door and use it. >> what does the fbi stay to that? >> they are not saying. billed as one they can't do that. dagen: the law is from 1789 which is ridiculous. yesterday, who has been a leader on this, the first is a --
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>> -- >> the first to say if you want to track somebody on their cellphone, point location you got have not search warrant. he is a leader in rulings on this though it does carry some weight. maria: done using the biggest failure is the administration, the fbi and apple were able to come to an agreement? >> why are we talking about this? i would say get into the cabinet room. i will send in pizza and diet coke and you can have a bathroom break the u.n. not getting out of here. >> a strategist at apple, they're talking about it. this really helps apple. katie mcfarlane. political strategist richard goodstock and joins me to break down the tuesday action. voters head to the polls, that in a moment. [vet] two yearly physicals down.
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maria: it is supertuesday. it is march 1st. dagen mcdowell, wall street week host anthony scare a new gm and morgan ortegas. supertuesday is here. it is going to be a tough fight until the last the time canted the decanted aides making their last appeal to voters this morning. >> friends don't let friends vote for a socialist like bernie sanders or con artist either. >> we cannot have a joke artists running our country. >> our campaign is the only
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campaign that has been and can be donald trump. >> it matters what you say when you run for president and it matters if you are president. >> we are going to win in massachusetts and massachusetts will help lead this country into the political revolution. maria: what an election. here's a look at what is at stake today. on the republicans side 6 and the delegates in 11 states. the key state to watch is texas, has the most up for grabs and will be the key test for ted cruz. un democratic side hillary clinton extending her lead over bernie sanders, they're battling it out over 865 delegates. we will bring you the latest from the campaign trail as it happens. apples order major victory in the debate between privacy and national security. a new york court ruled the justice department cannot afford apple to unlock an iphone in a brooklyn drug case as the fbi and apple gear up for a hearing this morning on capitol hill.
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on to markets we go asian markets higher overnight despite weak economic data, the latest reading on manufacturing shows contraction for the seventh straight month in china. as a result stimulus, the shanghai composite was up 1/3-2%. the nikkei average in japan higher. gains across the board, barkley's capping the gain in london, barkley's is down on 11% after the bank had its dividend and is making changes. european averages mostly higher. the s&p 100 up 2/3% and the dax index up 1/2%. in the u.s. we expect a rally in the opening of trading, dow jones industrial average looking up 111 points. the nasdaq also higher this morning by 3/4 of 1%. futures jumped in after the new york fed president said he sees downside risk to the u.s. economy preventing the fed from
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raising interest rates any further from here. the battle is on as blake berman with the details now live in miami. >> so much at stake for seven remaining candidates on republicans side. 11 states in play tonight, roughly 25% of the delegates, and the overwhelming majority of states. ted cruz is trying to hold serve in texas, 155 delegates in play. will he win his first state in this contest will be good 0-15 to start? john kasich is looking past supertuesday, ben carson says his campaign is very much alive. this was the final pitch last night by donald trump to his supporters in georgia. >> we are going to win every
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single level. we are going to win with education. we are going to win win win. >> on the democratic side, a levon stake in play tonight, 20% of the total delegate count. bernie sanders's campaign announced today their candidate raised a staggering $42 million in the month of february. they are saying they feel they could win a few states tonight but this is setting up a potentially a very big night for hillary clinton. >> i need your help tomorrow. i need you to come out and vote tomorrow in the primary in virginia on supertuesday to bring everybody you can. >> if you are wondering what we are doing here on a beautiful 75 degree day march 1st in miami, has nothing to do with fla.. florida is not a supertuesday
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stay but hillary clinton, marco rubio and donald trump are hosting events in the florida area, already looking past supertuesday. maria: they are looking at the next couple weeks and targeting florida. we have 11 states today. >> marco rubio holding an event, and he is holding an event ten miles southwest of me, they are labeling of florida kickoff. they are putting their aides in for at's basket, the way they are trying to able this one. maria: blake berman in miami, want to bring in richard goodstein. good to see you. thanks for joining the conversation, trump hit 49% in a national poll released yesterday. what is your reaction? >> i have been listening to your coverage of the last half-hour,
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this is over. for both sides. bernie sanders, the money he is raising is phenomenal but hillary after tonight will be unstoppable and trump is going to be unstoppable after it tonight. i hear the teeth gnashing among the, quote, establishment which incidentally the news networks are part of that and nobody nobody seems willing to step up and called him out and until 0 that happens it will be too late so my reaction is 49%, he was peaked out at 20, 30, whatever it is. i said to you after the new hampshire primary the new hampshire voters voted for people who were not electable, trump and sanders and i still believe that. maria: wanted to compete against donald trump, hillary clinton, does she want to compete against donald trump? >> the fact of the matter is look at all things being said about donald trump just yesterday from republicans.
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from mitt romney, these are people calling him out for his appeals to racism and bigotry and zina phobia. hillary has not started doing that and wait until she does and the thing that will make her campaign against him more effective will be being capital. think about everything the democrats threw at mitt romney. it will be that times 10 all the way for donald trump screwed the little guy. you don't republicans talking about it. maria: let's not underestimate what donald trump comes up with about hillary clinton. >> what i am looking at, a few interesting things going on. there are 571,000 that have cast absentee ballots monday, 307,000 republicans. why is this significant? 43% of those people did not vote in the 2012 presidential primary? that may speak against the
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continued energy drug is bringing to this campaign. additionally, trump is will depress conference in palm beach. i am a native floridian and i am hearing from everybody in florida that rick scott is going to endorse donald trump today. what do you think? >> i think what donald trump is doing, tapping into something not inconsequential on the republicans side. from a pure political standpoint, what he is doing, getting the energy he is feeding on, what is that energy? is that energy the republican party wants to ride not just in this election but beyond, and i would deck at to what governor pete wilson did with proposition 187 where he went after hispanics and won and lost hispanics and every other minority for a generation or more, and that is the republicans run by writing this particular horse. is kind of cool, fascinating and
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i will say one other thing. you saw that incident where the photographer got choke slammed yesterday. what that speaks to is the way anybody who is even are around the trump campaign gets caught up in this. and somehow they get caught up in this and i don't think that is -- dagen: you are talking about that not knowing the whole story and seeing a video clip. is this part of the clinton playbook? they will send operatives into these rallies assuming donald trump win the nomination which everybody thinks he probably will, sending people into these rallies picking fights with people so you get fistfights and good video for hillary. >> i don't -- trump says i want to punch the guy. hillary gets the heckler, you're being a little rude, let me answer. trump gets a heckler and i want to punch the guy in the face, take his coat, throw him in the cold and beat him up.
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you don't need clinton plans to create that dichotomy. the american public across the board wants hillary's approach to dealing with hecklers and not donald trump. dagen: hillary clinton was confronted by two black lives matter protesters and it was hideously awkward to see her try to confront some realities of things she said in a 90s. that does not necessarily work in her favor where she cannot answer questions of the protesters in a contained setting. >> i think she did the the answer to those protesters was the fact that every single black elected official in this country who has come out in support of presidential candidate came out in support of hillary clinton. they know what was said in a 90s and from the iconic john was down support hillary clinton wishy won't have a problem dealing with hecklers. maria: see you soon.
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report with bret baier. >> please comply with the law. that is not servitude of any kind is that is asking the company to live up to its obligation and cooperate with law enforcement as directed by a court. dagen: representatives from apple will head to capitol hill to testify before the house judiciary committee on suffering corruption. don't miss my interview with house committee chairman, coming up later on this hour. coming up next donald trump getting a big endorsement the day before supertuesday that has the other candidates rushing to make adjustments, details next. e*trade is all about seizing opportunity.
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of e-mails containing classified information to 2,000. the obama administration planning to accept refugees from syria. president obama's that assistant for immigration told the task force, quote, we want to make sure we can increase numbers of refugees that are able to settle here. this comes 2 dozen states try to suspend syrians. this nascar rallying donald trump, the republican front runner getting an endorsement from brian france and current and former drivers. >> you know about his living in business and successfully she wins with his family. he does. he does. i tell you one thing. if you leave out one other thing, any of his children you would be proud to have as part of your family. that is how i judge a winner, how someone manages their family, raises their family. >> nascar said it would not
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return because of the controversy over his comments about mexican immigrants in the now they are endorsing him. dagen: there were two banquets they polls for the two lower tier rates. what is interesting here is i don't think, if a nascar and likes donald trump they will like donald trump, they don't need brian france to come down and say it is okay, i endorsed donald trump. so is a southern sport but he lives here and has known donald trump for 20 years. one of the spokespeople for nascar came out yesterday and said this is a private, personal decision to endorse donald trump, he is not just the ceo of nascar, his family founded nascar and then a alone it so it is not like roger goodell endorsing somebody. he basically is the name of nascar and comes out and says i am getting behind donald trump.
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driver endorsements, there were not many drivers. >> mitt romney said he was friends with an people ridiculed mitt romney because he was friends with a nascar a donor. dagen: very good question. brian france and the number of team owners, mitt romney said i know nascar team owners and he must have been alluding to richard childress and rich kendrick, the biggest car dealer in the nation and they had a fund-raiser for mitt romney in august of 2012 raising money, they raise $1 million more so he was talking about team owners who were equally influential but it is not unprecedented. and other major endorsement. dagen: given -- nascar is a southern sports if you didn't know that already and ahead of supertuesday. >> we like southerners that live
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in new york. dagen: no one. up next supertuesday, texas with the most delegates of perhaps. we will take you to dallas for the latest action on the ground. keep it here on the fox business network. we will be right back.
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maria: presidential candidates fighting for delegates in 11 states, one of state that is key is texas, casey siegel is live in dallas with the latest. >> texas senator ted cruz knows that he has to do well today in his own state. most of the polls show him ahead of donald trump but that didn't stop him from doing last-minute campaigning, ted cruz crisscrossing the state holding various events a he is determined to sustain himself as long as possible, even resetting a letter from the alamo to tie it to texas, victory or death. ted cruz taking the opportunity to knock his biggest competition in this race donald trump, ted cruz trying to portray donald trump as a potential political insider who spent decades supporting democrats. donald trump repeatedly has called ted cruz a la ayn rand accused him of using dirty
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tricks to get ahead. here is why texas is so important and you will hear so much about it today and tonight, 155 gop delegates will be handed out here. more than any other state. they are awarded his country to things, how well candidates can do overall and how well they should do in each of texas's 36 congressional districts so it's possible second, maybe third-place finishers could walk away if with some of those precious delegates in texas today. maria: really an important risk to watch. we will beat the air. who wins texas? you said you think ted cruz wins texas. >> he is an enormously popular senator. you don't get elected to anything in texas without ted cruz's endorsement. key brought in tens of thousands of people to organize in iowa. if he can do the i a weakened due in texas. the he is leading in nine
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percentage points. >> he is this close to ted cruz. given his standing. >> they are all over the place. you would think of the two thirds to one third. >> going into iowa. trump normally of firmed 3 points less than what the polls said. if it is a 5 point lead, he can bring that up to eat or 10 point lead. they are all sitting in because at the end of all this someone
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maria: welcome back. it is super tuesday, march 1st take a look at what is that stake. nearly 600 delegates at stake. the lone star state is the most delegates up for grabs. the key test for ted cruz moving forward. on the democratic side, hillary clinton to extend her lead over bernie sanders are the two battle in 865 delicate. we'll bring you the latest from the campaign trail. meanwhile, apple scores a major victory between privacy and national security. in new york court rules the justice department cannot force hassle to unlock an iphone in a brooklyn drug case. this comes as they gear up for a second hearing this morning. markets this morning are higher. asian markets higher despite we cannot know mcdata.
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shows contraction for seven straight months of the road. early trade in europe has been across the board as well. figure his own person country manager as i do wonder though. the number is still coming in above exit nations. the dax appointed tutors present. barclays, once stopped to to watch cap indicated in london. the stock is plunging 10%. it cut its dividend and announced plans to sell its africa business. it is listed next to patients with all the changes and restructuring the business. stocks down 10%. u.s. indicating broader averages as well. dow industrials open 130 points. nasdaq and s&p positive to the tune of 1%. teachers higher after the new york fed president said he sees downside risk to the u.s. economy potentially present in the federal reserve from raising interest rates further.
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aaa reporting gasoline prices up for a seventh day in a row. first time since november. so fun watching all the action right now. good morning to you. >> good morning, maria. rising gasoline prices, looks like spring is coming early. we've seen the last couple weeks and we are cutting back on production right now. but margins are poor and we will go into early maintenance. a head start on the summertime blends of gasoline coming up very quickly. that means we've probably seen the bottom and gasoline prices. the other thing that drives at gasoline prices as higher oil prices up over half a dollar today mainly because of concerns of falling production. not only did we see a drop in output production last month, we also hear censored also hear science from other major producers coming back in major projects. the last one with mexico said
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all water projects are offline and on hold. >> thank you so much. raking his moments ago. from senator bernie sanders placed in his boat as the senator's home state holds its primary today. the earliest putting in his note goodman of the state physics acted to do well in. 11 states up for grabs. donald trump and hillary clinton looking for key victories in texas, georgia, virginia and massachusetts. 1600 delegates at stake. bring an outside adviser to president obama in 32 adviser sandra and ceo robert wolf. good to see you. >> advisor to wall street week. maria: that's a big title as well. >> what do you anticipate? >> the sec states will be asleep so texas governor virginia and massachusetts will be close. bernie will do very well in
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vermont. >> you never like to say over, but it is very tough to see with the delicate way to see him come back. he has a narrative that's elevating and people coming out, get out the vote, the better for the democratic party. >> $40 million fits over. >> my guess is the other real strong platform at the convention for secretary clinton is the candidate. as a democrat coming to get out the vote that he's doing an incredible job with millennial and that hopefully will bode well for secretary clinton if he inspired a platform. >> a secretary clinton wraps up the nomination come is she on race on wall street for the rest of the campaign? >> you know, i look at wall street is a 30% or 40% are democrats.
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and 20% lean one way or the other. it leaned obama over mccain. >> i'm talking about from a pr day. can she finally saw straight after being criticized so harshly by him for taking such paychecks first reaches and campaign. >> the general election -- >> shiva keep taking money from wall street? >> i don't like to be labeled. i view myself. >> robber would be an establishment anonymously with bernie sanders was the nominee. >> u.s. wall street guys are not worrying about regulation reform. they are of a supreme court come immigration. a lot of them online at for secretary clinton.
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>> the answer she can and will raise money for most treat. >> listen, everyone will raise money in the general election. you have to. it will cost a billion dollars to run a general election. dagen: know you guys are salivating over the disarray that is the republican party. and this is a question. do you understand how formidable donald trump will be if he's the nominee against hillary? >> first of all, i'm not salivating. they started 47% versus 47% and you are fighting 5%. we know for the most part but most part the most part but not the same 10 swing states. there is no question donald trump is going to be a unique candidate. we've never seen someone like him before. you can't underestimate someone willing to go into these environments and really be something secretary clinton has never debated.
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maria: she must be getting ready for a brawl of her own knowing this is the head-to-head matchup. they will both have the mudslinging. she must be getting ready for that. >> my guess is she is so focusing on the primary. you can start seeing the pivot. dagen: she pivoted after the victory in south carolina. >> the last 48 hours you can start seeing the pivot are america's great peer >> the president campaigning for his wife to make it into a yelling match up with the benghazi scandal. i want to get your reaction to it. >> for life in benghazi that were killed trying to cover at a period [inaudible]
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>> the bottom line is -- maria: while, it got ugly they are. bill clinton campaigning for hillary. if he is strength? is he a liability? >> bill clinton is frustrating to matter how you cut it. get out the vote between barack obama and bill clinton. two of the most popular people in the country. >> having them help -- the two of them getting out the vote is incredibly important. >> the most interesting thing is it's conceivable the nominee is going to be in the general election taking money from wall street and republican nominees for not.
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dagen: left out the fbi investigation. >> with a bunch of nuts ready to go before there's a general. it will be interesting what happens. i love however when the bulls wall street. people say soros gave money. service is a philanthropist. he is the largest donator to human rights and things like that. i don't think he's worried about regulation is. whenever one defies wall street, let's be honest, i don't like to be labeled. >> politicians demonize wall street. true to what it is amazing to me that still plays. people really still want to hear this main street it's their fault. >> the narrative of ulster was the main perpetrator of the last crisis. >> the economy is still
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underemployed. if people were fully employed, you wouldn't have bernie sanders. the reason hillary clinton is having this problem is that economic policy. dagen: the nation of the people trying to blame their own problems on other people and the lack of personal responsibility is a shame. >> we could debate that another time. i was there the lehman weekend. second life, talking about a primary. the primary right now people go far left and far right. it's about who wins the swing state. when you win the swing phase, you end up going centerleft or center-right because you can't win ohio and you cannot win michigan. you cannot win florida if you're talking about populist rhetoric far left or far right. >> this is all politics right now. >> this'll be the same narrative when we hit the general. we are talking about the economy and foreign policy.
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maria: what donald trump talk about that, too? >> it's interesting what he's talking about. the vice presidential nominee. >> it is all predicated who should go in the against. certainly names mentioned are people like tim kane and castro. a lot of people out there. >> robber walks in the rain? the next euros shares. maria: what about a cabinet position? >> that's why i'm good -- trade to larry fink has wanted to be treasury secretary for a long time. but she choose even if jesus is dated with wall street? >> larry fink would be a great candidate because she's the one putting the whole short-term urban to the forefront. he would be a great nominee for
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cannot come to the u.s. with a few questions asked. google claiming some responsibility this morning after one of the self driving cars was involved in a minor act today. alexis qaeda said it best to not be a come to california after he tried to get red sandbags in the pipeline. nobody was injured in the accident will help future driverless cars of wood similar situations. finally this. the state department released in the final batch of hillary clinton e-mails as secretary of state for the number of the e-mails containing classified information to more than 2000. fox has brought their speaking with loretta lynch, first by cdh em box in nine years. much weighing in on the investigation. >> indicates the department of justice looks that will be handled efficiently, fairly, thoroughly without any deadline on it. but his most important is to follow the facts about the lock and come to an independent conclusion as to what may or may
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not happen. >> the justice department looking into whether clinton broke any laws for official communications. at least we have the e-mails. back to you. maria: apple had to capitol hill this morning to plead their case in front of the house judiciary committee. chairman of good bubble join us next. before we take a break on the l.a. clippers introducing a new mascot appeared to floods, he jumps in and there's former microsoft ddl dunking off a trampoline at halftime. he's always having fun. back in a minute.
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>> it is hard to break. without the assistance the fbi is asking for, we may never be able to see what's on that phone. a different argument than saved jim thome is correct or tim cook is wrong. maria: speaking to me about the apple fbi case this weekend. a legal dispute between the fbi and apple today. the house judiciary committee with its first hearing on the giants refusal to help the fbi unlocking iphone is one of the san bernardino attackers. attorney general the better lynch spoke about the controversial case. >> please comply with the law. that is not servitude of any kind. that is simply asking the company to the about to a civic obligation to cooperate with law enforcement as directed by a court. maria: joining me now is congressman and judiciary committee chairman bob goodlatte.
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good to see you. thanks for joining us. tell us what you are looking to learn from these hearings this morning. we are all having a debate whether it's really well for the cannot is a new code that will enable that wire. >> definitely a lot than one phone because law enforcement agencies and prosecutors will across the country will tell you they have in their possession hundreds if not more phones right now that they would like to have access to. creation of a key to get into this phone is going to set a precedent in the key itself will become a target for those who want to get access to hundreds of millions of apple phone and other devices across the country and around the world. encryption is a very good thing, an important thing. it has protected people to privacy, and but it also keeps people save and makes sure that
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we don't have various types of crime, foreign governments hacking into places. and guess what, they are doing just that now because encryption is it strong enough. there should be a debate about how to make encryption better and at the same time get good cooperation with law enforcement to get access to information law enforcement has without compromising people's safety and privacy of their constitutional right. maria: it sounds like what you are saying that apple should not give in to the pressure because it is only going to make the american people vulnerable for bad actors in the u.s. as well as internationals. >> well, apple should take the position that it leaves protects its customers. the courts are obviously played a role in this and not on and not on the line for smith died. yesterday we had a new york u.s. matches to go the opposite way with regard to another device saying that they couldn't use
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the 220-year-old statute that clearly wasn't written in contemplation of the circumstances. satisfy the judiciary committee is holding this hearing today, why we've been working on encryption previously. the hearing was scheduled before the apple fbi controversy broke out. this is an issue congress needs to address. not the courts, not a commission, the congressman's to address with careful deliberation from all the different sources of input. we will start getting more of that today. dagen: congressman, how soon will you have legislation out there to lay out how law enforcement gets access with a valid search warrant or court order to information on a thought because the way the phones are going, apple won't be able to get into the flows and they will be basic lay covered in a safe harbor for terrorists and even child molesters.
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>> right. but also, they will be a safe harbor against what we see now for foreign governments, hackers, criminal enterprises are getting into government agencies and stealing millions if not really of record of law-abiding to defend, retail organizations, financial institutions all suffering not from lack -- is not strong enough protection and encryption now. the solution is not simply to say let's pass a law that says font was meant if access under circumstances because it sets a precedent that gives access to a whole host of different ways that people intending it will can exploit that a new delight that. dagen: congressmen -- >> it's important we study this and not rush of legislation can work towards finding solutions. dagen: if you don't move with
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speed, you have criminal cases that are basically not fully investigated, potentially including the terrorism case in california. apple wants you guys to move. the course what you guys in the good the fbi wants you guys to move. so when? >> where are our leaders from all of those sources to give us ideas on how we can go about doing that. we shouldn't rush to that conclusion because in circumstances where we could make problems worse, not better. maria: i understand. that may give morgan and here. >> i see the two big national security issues. being able to use the iphone and go on the iphone right now and plan a terror attack against us versus china and iran getting this information. how do you wreck and that the two can getting national security priorities, which i think are mutually exclusive and very dangerous right now the way it is.
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>> certainly terrorists are going to find new ways to communicate with each other. they always have. creating weaknesses in encryption technology is not going to be the solution. we have to find ways to give one person asked that to information been awfully nice to have without creating weaknesses. let's not forget it's not just out of is facing the challenge. you are going to have businesses and criminal enterprises and foreign governments to develop their own technology to communicate that we are not going to have law enforcement or intelligence agencies able to crack. weakening the good guys trying to create stronger and fiction to post a current terrorist attacks and from criminal acts of all kinds is not the solution to the problem. we are hard at work so it should for that. should be watching that congress bob goodlatte. we will be right back.
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. maria: good fuse morning everybody i am mar mar, that will be you super tuesday march of 1 fox business sneshg dagen mcdowell, skybridge capital founder wall street host anthony scaramucci, about national morgan. >> top stories 8:00om east coast super tuesday finally here, going to be a tough tight until the last votes are counted candidates on both sides of the aisle making last appeals to voters this more than aing. >> friends don't let friends vote for a absorbist like bernie sanders don't let
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friends vote for conafteret. >> we can not have choke artists running our country. >> our campaign only campaign has beaten can beat donald trump. >> it matters what you say when you run for president and it really matters, if you are president. >> we will go to win in massachusetts, and massachusetts will help lead this country into the political revolution. >> here a look at what is at stake republican side nearly 600 delegates, 11 states key state to watch today, texas. the lonestar state most delegates up for grabs will we critical test for ted cruz, on democratic said to hillary clinton look to go extended her lead over bernie sanders. the two battling out over 865 he delegates today, we will bring the very latest from the pain trail apple scoring a major victory in debate between privacy and national security, that is because a new york court ruled that the justice department can't force the technology intient to unlock an iforeign in brooklyn
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drug case, this is separate apart from the fbi and apple gearing up for hearing having today on capitol hill we heard froo goodlatte on that asian markets higher despite date off the china latest on manufacturing contraction for seven straight months european markets posting gains across the board, we have the eurozone, purchasing managers indices largely better-than-expected, that is driving moves this morning barclays one stock to watch stock plunging better 10%, after bank cut dividend restructured business, getting out of africa, stock down big heavy volume, in u.s., futures pointing to a i higher broader averages you do you do to open 120 points nasdaq expected up, up 30 points futures you jumping after the president of the new york federal reserve said he seize downside risks to the u.s. economy potentially preventing federal
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reserve from raising interest rates from here, battle phenomenon candidacy fight for votes 11 key states, blake burman from a miami good morning. reporter: good morning to you as well so much at stake, for the seven rage presidential contenders tonight you super tuesday on republican side, 11 states are in play, roughly 25%, of the delegates or so what we are watching tonight, donald trump. the polls suggest that he could win an edge when majority of the states tonight for ted cruz, will he hold serve in his home state of texas, 155 delegates, are up for play up for grabs, there. for john kasich looking past super tuesday dr. ben carson continues to say that he indeed is running a viable campaign, for marco rubio the question becomes will he finally win a state or will he be 0 for 15 to start, both the heavier and lighter side continued attacks on donald
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trump. >> so he this is how come at the says, my boyfriend oi prefers trump i am single now. >> all right, on to democrats -- 11 states there as well as 20% or so delegates in play tonight, the polls suggest that this could be a very big night for to hillary clinton, but bernie sanders also says he feels good about several states as well, already, this morning, he was voting in his home state of vermont that is one of the 11 states, for super tuesday, today. he also -- said he thinks he can win massachusetts. >> tomorrow, in 11 states, including massachusetts over 800 delegates. are going to be elected to the democratic convention and we anticipate winning many -- >> right here in massachusetts. [cheers and applause] . reporter: you mentioned that
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we are in miami, maria what are we doing here? well it is 75 degrees i can tell you the sunshine feels absolutely perfect at 8:00 this morning! but we're not here for that florida is not even a super tuesday state, however -- marco rubio and donald trump are all in the south florida area tonight giving oversight rallies or look ahead depending how they are refrigerate this they are all looking ahead, to florida in the upcoming -- >> thanks so much blake griffith later i bring in zaifrn congressman bernie sanders spore good to see you thank you so much for joining us. >> thank you, appreciate. >> it let me it is amazing how well bernie sanders is doing, raising 40 million dollars, in february, alone. before i get your take on his chances virus hillary clinton let me a -- verses hillary clinton when do you think helpful for economy. >> i think the policy talks
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about, very about directly -- american people, and that is the issue of infrastructure, and jobs, i think the issue of creating some controls between operation of financial services, primarily wall street, and the american people. and the fair share that everybody should carry the revenue tax burden equalizing in this country. top 1%, .1 of 1% should not have privilege of having the rest of us carry the burden. maria: i want -- to speak to that i think the tax policy is something i am really scratching my head over, over and over again you say that he is talking about 1% needing to pay more, he says 92% tax rates are not off the table. so that is what i find really stung there, do you think -- highest earners including small business will pay 92% of earnings to government do you
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think that would be helpful to the economy in terms of creating jobs. >> well, i think -- that figure is -- is not the figure that we are talking about, i think it was 92% is not off the table, in the sense that people that have been -- the privilege of -- decades of not paying their fair share, called upon to begin to pay their fair share, doesn't mean that that is going to throw imbalance or that it is somehow inhe can till about to care inkwaeblt examine economically the other way around blossom middle class have to carry the tax burden creating a balance is not a problem. maria: i don't follow what you are saying because you are saying, that 92% then is -- for group that you say has not paid their taxes, is that what you are suggesting? the highest earners do no the pay fair share is that what you just said? . reporter: i did say that said not unfair to begin to for highest earns to begin to pay that fair share. maria: i have to push back i
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disagree i think the highest, paying 50% for the most part of their income to government. you are talking about a small subset of that, hedge fund managers who have the so-called carry interest that are able to call in -- capital gains, that is a small portion of the highest earnings i don't want to get you can't up on this point because, it is a point that i bring up -- absolutely one hundred percent inaccurate, to say that highest earnings do not pay fair share highest earns are in fact paying the most of the taxes in this country. bottom line. >> there was no dispute the wealth concentration has gone to 1%, and that is no dispute that there has been essentially a freezing of wages in this country created income inequity we tall about income inhe equality the vast majority burdened by fact
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costs go up income says same. >> i think you are identifying something very, very true about united states very probability for all classes of people, this income divide but we have learned by policies of and he is taxation limits growth we have seen that in or countries don't you think there are better ideas, that we can come up with besides wealth redistribution? what about growing the -- what ideas do you guys have about growing the pie? >> growth can occur in my mind, with the creation of jobs, it is going to grow with raising of wages in this country, and so that the consumer base the middle class, as aspire to be middle class will have purchasing power to be able to grow. this economy. to help small businesses, and to help large businesses grow. >> that is the point how do you -- create jobs how are you going to create jobs if stifling those who create the
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jobs? that is the point i am trying to make, you are assuming higher taxes on small business and higher taxes on highest earnings are going to mean job creation i am assuming it is going to be the opposite. >> well, i am assuming the trickle down process that we have been working on, economically has thought trickled down that is what i am assuming that is what american people know what i do also want to be very clear about, that one of the things that is role of government to invest in its people, to create jobs, to be able to he incentivize people and to be able to incentivize through policy, economics and social to get this country going again, you do not a grow the pie by continuing the same policies economically that we've had in this country two decades. maria: so you think you think bernie sanders is going to be able to make a dent in hillary clinton's run? >> i do, i think the dent has already been made the end of today, there will be you know
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another bernie sanders he didn't win everything he sheriff is going to do well we are going to continue to convention. there is going to be another wait, there is three or four bernie sanders wakes i know of seven months he has come back come back and come back. there is 40 to 45% of the american people are looking to bernie sanders, they are looking not at him, but they are also looking at his message would it behoove people to think very seriously not to -- if you skrait on messenger that is one thing politics but to ignore the message, that he is bringing up about economic fairness and opportunity about income inhe equality a system that is worse for this country, then if you if you -- mislead that -- minimize that message i think you are -- it -- it, you are missing the whole point what bernie sanders is about. maria: i don't know that neighbor is ignoring it the
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way to address it very different depending who you speak to very different if looking at bernie sanders pao plan which is higher being taxes for small business and higher taxes for the highest ooerz versus doing it through creating jobs an environment, so that business small business actually creates jobs and hires people and the regulatory environment enables that it is how to get there i don't think anybody is ignoring the issue. >> i think that -- well, the fact is the track record is this issue has been ignored, and that is why you have a campaign like bernie, that is resounding strongly particularly among young working people, resounding so strongly because people feel that message has been ignored. maria: fair point good to have you on program thanks so much. >> thank you. maria: see you soon sir tune into special coverage 6 pm eastern folks business network i join at 8:00 pm eastern looking forward to joining
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maria: welcome back, state department reaching final ba. of hillary clinton e-mails, from time as sector a cheryl casone. cheryl: that is right, and one e-mail shows chris stephens u.s. ambassador to libya, who was killed back in 2012 from that tactic in benghazi seriously considering leaving the country as civil war intendr intensified the state department says this brings number containing classified info more than 2000, a new york judge, ruling apple cannot be forced to turn over crypted iphone data to that will investigators enervationrs in connection with drug investigatings to fluffs san bernardino terrorist iforeign in california representatives from apple heading to capitol hill to testify before house judiciary acadecommittee. >> you spoke to with o bob goodlatte moments ago on it shall i want to roll that.
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>> creation of a key to get into this phone is going to set a precedent, the key itself will become a target for those want to get access to hundreds of millions of apple phones, and then, of course, other devices, all across the country, and around the world. cheryl: i want the leave you with images six miles red and blue flashing lights in wood ridge virginia to honor death of fall-police officer ashley guindon she was gunned down saturday during first shift, as an on duty police officer, funeral services for her being held today. back to you. maria: horrible story, condolences to her family thank you very much as we take a break to look at futures holding on to gains,gains cross the world this morning, china set the tone, the dow jones industrial average expected up 120 points, financials technology upside small caps radius 2e8,000 indicated higher tracking oil as well, oil is also setting a tone, on the positive with a
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. maria: super tuesday here president candidates fighting for delegation up for grabs in 11 states, fox news jonathan is life at a polling site right now in atlanta, good morning to you. reporter: hi maria right now
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reporting live from precincts in buckhead community turnout substantial here as election officials had prieedicted based on on early voting ballots the latin latest gave pol showing donald trump leading 31%, of likely gop voters, with marco rubio and ted cruz tied, for second place 23%, the poll shows kasich and ben carson below 20% threshold needed to win delegates in georgia, a total of 76 gop delegates up for grabs in the paeeach state award by congressional district secretary of state explains advantage of primaries in multiple states, at the same time. >> i was reading a article about a small town in arkansas, where mary was talking about, you know we have had two presidential candidates come through here, why? >> because we are doing this regional primary good for everybody i think.
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. reporter: donald trump campaigning in the south georgia town valdosta endorsements from bryan as well as current and retired drivers, marco rubio campaigning in atlanta told voters focus on which candidate would be most lyle to beat hillary clinton in the november general election maria back to you. maria: thanks very much jonathan, joining us right now, is georgia senator david, good to have you on the program thanks so much for joining us. >> good morning, maria. maria: i know that you understand this -- this -- trump sensation that is going on right now. you also really tapped into the disfranchised voters in your most recent race tell us about that would you compare your rise to what is happening right now with donald trump? >> i would, i have lived this two years in campaign last year we've been staying close
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to people in georgia that is exactly what happened in our race, in america used to be one commencing on ideology liberal versus conservative in my race we talked about debt economy and jobs, what was wrong in washington we struck s a vein there is a vein of disfranchised voters in america that is what is happened right now i i think opinion swung to another being a access the political versus everybody else disfranchise agreement means i don't feel i have say in washington i think you are going to see it continue. >> the difference you talked about debt and defendants you talked about substantial issues, and that really resonated they don't see donald trump talking about solutions they don't see a practical plan for national security, et cetera, other than we are going to build a wall, so how do you you know what about that? do you worry that donald trump
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is going to sweep it all and yet at the end of the day we don't really know what his policies will be? >> maria i am very concerned, we've had 10 debates over 23 hours you are about the only person are individually that even asked the question about the debt. we don't hear from candidacy what they think about the debt what they think can be done about it not just trump bull but all of them i have been staying out of this not endorsing anybody because i am trying to influence these campaigns to talk about the debt. and how the debt enter locks with the gobble security crisis, maria as you know we are at point now because of this debt where it is threatening our national security and our ability to did he have our country. and that is what we are talking about right now and i hope to hear that in weeks. >> good morning senator this is morgan how are you -- >>. >> one of the things i think great you have been one of only senators to talk about in washington term employments how that tie into those the budget process, and the debt can you tell us about moit berthat. >> first of all, the budget process is broken only worked
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four times last 40 years so a thank you no surprise, frankly that there is a correlation between growing debt crisis and fact that we don't have term limits we have 6 u.s. senators elected office one time or another over 20 years, 36 senators in elected office more than 30 years, i just don't think the founding mothers and founding fathers ever had that in mind. it was too onerous to serve in congress. today, it is a political class and that is what a you are seeing in the presidential race i saw in it my race, that people want to be heard in washington, in the political class not listening. >> senator i want to ask you about the debt with interest rates as low as they are, it is hard to get people nervous about our national debt. and last guest talking about fair share i want to point out that 45% of americans in this hurt mitt romney running 45% americans paid no federal income tax almost half didn't
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pay one red cent to fund our military how do you change that, when you have a candidate like donald trump wants to codify that say hey half the country doesn't have to pay index tax. >> look at the problem rear in seven-year period fundamentally zero percent interest rates a quarter point fed fund rate will indirectly cost 50 billion dollars new interest paid by federalizing if interest rates went back to 50-year average only 5% i remember double-digit inflation double-digit interest rates, but you if rates go to 5% year paying a trillion dollars interest by federalizing twice what we spend on military equal to totally o discretionary spending we don't have a ravine problem last year raised almost 3.4 trillion dollars in federal revenue all-time record. but we spent 3.8 trillion, now in 2000 federal government only spent 2.4 trillion in 2015 dollars, and that is the problem, is that we have had explosion in the growth of
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federal government. maria: we leave there it hopefully conversations will rise and we will hear more about that in solutions as well we appreciate you joining us this morning. >> thanks i love your show thanks. >> thank you so much coming up next senator lindsey graham weighs in on republican field super tuesday voting under way his take on the republican field as it stands today. >> most dishonest person in america -- >> [laughter]. >> about to be president. how could that be? my party is going [expletive deleted] t interesting. why pause to take a pill? or stop to find a bathroom? cialis for daily use is approved to treat both erectile dysfunction and the urinary symptoms of bph, like needing to go frequently, day or night. tell your doctor about all your medical conditions and medicines, and ask if your heart is healthy enough for sex do not take cialis if you take nitrates for chest pain,
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bush-backers. >> and paul is it a leading fundraiser for the republican party has his own pac. this is a major coalition, if you will, of the people in the establishment. i think that, morgan, you believe that governor bush will be campaigning with marco next week in florida, is that true? >> i hope so. although the caveat i would make to the discussion you just it, if governor scott comes out next week for donald trump, who is ahead quite significantly in the polls in florida, that makes the hill much harder to climb for rubio, but i think there's still enough anti-trump people in the party in florida, including governor bush, i think you could see that happen in florida. maria: want to bring in from washington right now, south carolina senator lindsey graham. good to see you, thanks for joining us. >> i'll be glad to go to
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florida and ask what they think. maria: is it too little too late for senator rubio going to bush supporters? he's doing a good job pushing back. >> you can bring the bush and rubio people in florida, it would help a lot. i said about three months ago, you've got to consolidate the field before donald trump hits critical mass, we failed to do that. in my view, john kasich is the most electable, marco is great, i'd support ted cruz over trump and pulling for ted in texas. if you got the bush, rubio people together in florida, it certainly would help. maria: you said in one of your speeches there, when we ran the sound bite, that the most dishonorable for the biggest liar is a woman, hillary clinton and she's going to be the next president. is that what you think at this state of the game? >> yes, she's viewed by the public as the most dishonest politician running for the highest office.
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it's about demographics, the undoing of the republican party has been over immigration, i've been working on this over ten years now and donald trump is taking gasoline and pouring it on a fire, poured it on the fire of immigration, in 2012 we learned after romney lost that the hispanic community does not accept deporting all 11 million people, a grandmother being in the same boat as a felon, as a responsible approach and donald has gone from forced deportation, excuse me, self-deportation to forced deportation. i think among hispanics, mr. trump is going to get creamed and ted cruz isn't much better and among the young people doesn't resonate, i think we're going to lose. >> and good morning, this is morgan. the gang of eight is probably the most talked about piece of legislation in the presidential campaign, especially on the republican side. can you elaborate how you see
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that playing into the general election? >> it's hurt us in the primaries. the gang of eight is a compromise that doubled the number of border patrol agents from 20,000 to 40,000, and along the border, a national e-verified system so we could verify employment, increased legal immigration, deported felons and people who had three misdemeanors in their background. allowed the rest to stay here, they had to learn english language and pass two proficiency exams, pay a fine, and get in the line and could not apply for green card for a decade. that was the gang of eight bill. something like that will eventually be the law of the land because the democrats will have a say about immigration. the gang of eight bill has been called amnesty. anything not forced deportation is called amnesty in this cycle. this is the undoing of the republican party. this single issue has destroyed the republican party. maria: that's right, so, why do you think at some point, a form of this will become law
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because, i mean, donald trump is running just right on that, the fact that more green cards can be issued, the fact that borders are more open, and those people are taking the jobs of americans. >> well, and last time i checked, america has a demographic problem. in 1950 there were 15 workers for every social security recipients, three today and two tomorrow unless we have a baby boom of 50-year-old's we better get new people coming into our country, the gang of eight, based on merit. so this whole demagoguery around immigration is killing the party. >> senator, i joined you in your support of governor bush and deeply grateful to you for what you did for him, but i guess the real question, sir, if donald trump is the nominee of the republican party, the grand old party that you and i are both a part of. what are you recommending that we do, sir?
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>> talk to the answer to the convention, i don't know if he's going to make it, i'm pulling for ted today, go, ted, in texas, i think he's going to get creamed. i think his positions on immigration won't sell to the public at large. 52% of the people in the republican primary in south carolina were for legal status. i think this banning all muslims hurts the war effort and makes us look like an intolerant party. i want to make sure we don't have isil people coming into the country and don't want to ban an entire religion. maria: and temporary until-- we temporarily ban. that's true, temporarily ban everybody in the entire faith, who we ned as partners now. we don't need a temporary ban on muslims we need a partnership in the faith for people help us fight isil and a screening procedure to keep isil out of the country. at the end of the day, the market will take over, you all believe in the markets, the political market is about to work and the political market is going to report back to the republican party, we don't accept what you're trying to do to our country.
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maria: at the end of the day, can marco rubio, turn this around, do you think, senator? can he actually-- >> maybe. maria: maybe? >> it starts in florida. you know, the best thing would be a kasich-rubio ticket, rubio-kasich, rubio-cruz to beat donald trump. if marco doesn't show viability in florida, he's probably gone, and same with kasich in ohio. dagen: he's not leading in his own state. >> still early, see what happens today. maria: two weeks, we'll watch that. senator, thanks for having you on the program. thanks much. appreciate it very much, senator lindsey graham joining us. mornings with maria starts at 6 a.m. on the fox business network, check out the best moments we may have missed from earlier in the show. >> maria, you're probably wondering what are we doing here in miami, florida is not a super tuesday state. it has nothing to do with the fact that it's 75 degrees and there's a killer pool here at
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our hotel, maybe we'll get to that at some point. >> i start add group establishment anonymous, we're having group therapy sessions at 4 p.m., like a little say-- seance together. maria: are you surprised with the-- >> the new york court ruling, it may help apple. apple and fbi are not being straight with anybody. >> we're talking about a primary. the people go far left and right. when you come to the general, it's about who wins the swing states, and when you win the swing states, you end up going central left or center right. >> encryption is a very good thing, an important thing. it has protected people's privacy, but also, we shouldn't overlooks this, keeps people safe.
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>> candidates gearing up for today's political showdown. we're following the action from key states around the country. rich edson is in in virginia right now. good morning to you. >> and good morning, maria, and state official, democrats and republicans, are saying they're expecting heavy turnout in the commonwealth of virginia today. that's born out here in a precinct in alexandria virginia, northern virginia, there's a line around the corner and folks have been lining up since 6:00 this morning to vote. party officials or election officials here tell us more than 10% of this precinct has shown up in the first two and a half hours of voting. so solid voting today. this is mostly a democratic prin precinct. we've spoken to voters, one thing overriding issue they see in the election is the level of discourse. >> the all the rhetoric, it's disturbing, i don't like it and i don't agree with it.
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>> the whole government, the constitution, honesty, integrity, the ability to maybe get something done and maybe people acting like grown-ups instead of yelling and screaming and having temper tantrums, that would be nice. >> republicans 49, and they are awarded proportionally and polls are open until 7:00 tonight. maria: thank you, rich edson there in virginia. and the state department releasing the final batch of hillary clinton e-mails as secretary of state. here is what attorney general loretta lynch said to bret baier exclusive. >> anything that they'll look at is looked at thoroughly, most importantly is follow the facts, follow the law and an independent conclusion as to what may or may not have happened. maria: and that brings the number of e-mails containing classified information to more than 2000. dagen, democratic voters don't
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see to care at all. they're looking at the latest polls. dagen: they don't care now, but there's a fbi investigation hanging over this e-mail server, hanging over her candidacy and it's kind of by the wayside at the moment, but people are more and more kind of conning themselves into thinking it's gone away. maria: she might win. dagen: that it's gone away. maria: she might win regardless. dagen: how do the democrats run if it becomes something bigger than what it is right now? >> we've been talking all morning having a potential contested republican convention, maybe if this gets worse, maybe that's why biden sort of inches his toe in the water and keeps his name out there. maybe we'll see a contested democratic convention. >> might be, but the drip, drip, drip, continues to hurt her. dagen: on the staple at -- stage at the academy awards. >> her aides are going to have to testify about this, this is far from over, in old pure
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clinton style, i expect somebody to take the fall for this in her aide world. >> what stops her from paying the $100,000 fine that general petraeus paid and stays in the race. >> he also took a guilty plea, mind you. >> so it's a guilty plea, it's not a felony, i'm a shameless person and staying in the race. >> it wasn't a felony, only paid $100,000, and he purposely did it that way so he could reserve back in government. if it was a felony, he wouldn't be able to serve in government. dagen: that would help her campaign against potentially donald trump. >> not following it now. >> i'm saying she could potentially do that. >> 30 years in american politics, the clintons haven't played by the rules and i don't why anybody thinks for the next eight years they would. dagen: it's been a crazy cauldren so far, it could get cra crazier.
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the floor of the new york stock exchange. dow futures up 103 points to the tune of 1/2 of 1% and the s&p and nasdaq higher as oil gains and the idea of a rate hike pushed off and shrugging off moves out of china. this morning, right now, here is the bid-ask. looking for the $67 range to close at 18% to the down side under investigation by the sec, under further pressure and barclay shares under pressure, wider loss and dividend cut. much more mornings with maria coming up after the break.
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♪ take the old records off the shelf, i listen to them by myself ♪ ♪ >> steve ballmer taking it to the hole on a trampoline celebrating the new mascot, can't miss clips this morning. cheryl: he have' got a few, he's pretty good. this video is hard to watch, a toddler in china falling out of the trunk of his grandfather's van onto the road last week as his grandfather drove away. you're looking at dash cam video from behind. the person from that car jumped
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out and rescued the toddler. >> retired seattle seahawks running back marchand lynch visiting egypt and doing what visitors do, you ride a camel. and this is from the camel trip to the pyramid. i'd play when he was singing, but we couldn't bleep out the expletives. didn't have enough. and take a look at this. an actual dog meets a robot dog. this is the real dog alex belongs to the android creator andy ruben. this is spot. and the army didn't want the robots for active duty. as you can see, alex won the fight. having a good time. maria: this is good, i like that. cheryl: having a good time. maria: final thoughts on this super tuesday, big day to watch texas, what do you think? >> i'm looking at texas, oklahoma, arkansas, these are all states that ted cruz has a
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chance of winning and looking closely at virginia, and rubio and cruz are competing there. a three-way race between the states and see if rubio comes out zero for zero. dagen: he's got to hit the 20% threshold if he wants delegates there. the wall street journal page, one about a potential trade war leading to a depression, and the second one by bret stevens, he talks about, well, you read it. maria: he's spectacular. dagen: it's pretty rough, anthony. >> i think it's trump's night tonight and a lot of people are not going to like that. maria: you're done, that's it. >> i don't know what else to say. dagen: i'll pick up the ball where you just dropped it in the middle of the street. bret stevens in that editorial, he says the candidacy of donald trump is the open sewer of american conservativism. so i will just leave that little-- >> okay, but again. maria: tidbit with you.
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>> i'm o for two. with scott walker, jeb bush, i don't want to be 0 for 3, but the momentum is in donald trump's favor. i understand the establishment is coalescing to try to broker a convention, they're not even suggesting they're going to stop him from having a majority delegate count relative to the other candidates. if you're not talking about the bankruptcy and restructuring of the republican party tomorrow morning, i don't know what else we're going to be talking about. >> speaking of the convention, the most interesting rumor that i've heard in washington recently is that pribas and paul ryan, named paul ryan to be the head of the convention and that part of that brokered convention would be to bring paul ryan and make him the nominee. just another washington rumor, but this is what we do in the media. maria: he was asked about that and he said absolutely not. >> what is he going to say about that. dagen: bigger speculate now because donald trump wants to change the libel law to start
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suing people and i think the opinion will not be protected under the first amendment. >> he says a lot of disturbing things, but that for me was one of the most disturbing things, maria, that's the foundational principle of the united states, so-- >> he can't do that without congress. >> just the suggesting of that, makes you wonder about the humility. one of the great things about our president. maria: what else he may do. >> some level of perspective on our constitution. >> why would you say it if you didn't think it? because we asked about a yesterday and acted like she was joking, but i heard it out of his mouth. it didn't sound like he was joeinging. >> we still have a balance of powers in washington, still have a supreme court and still have a congress and i think that barack obama learned when he thought he was going to come in and with the magic of his personality change washington, didn't happen and i think that donald trump or whoever wins will run up against a brick wall called congress and the
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supreme court as well. maria: and they'll name another supreme court justice. >> they will, maria bartiromo. dagen: are you going to your meeting this afternoon or what? >> i'm going to the establishment anonymous meeting this afternoon, we'll be there with 12 steps, the serenity prayer the first thing. maria: you're not one of those donors that now, marco rubio is trying to get? i mean, are you-- bush donors, are you-- >> i don't think they want me, i have too big of a mouth, maria, but what i-- >> they nt with a your money, anthony. >> they'll take the money, but don't like the mouth piece. what i think is going to happen, he's going to control the card table, donald trump is going to control the card table and taking cards away faster than they expect and the next thing that is going to happen, the democrats are going to get blind sided by him. he knocks people off of their
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footing and fighting on their heels. maria: thank you so much. great day, everybody. appreciate it, don't forget to tune in tonight for a special super tuesday coverage kicking off at 6 p.m. eastern. i'm looking forward to joining neil cavuto at 8 p.m. stuart, over to you. stuart: thank you very much indeed, yes, it's super tuesday. hillary clinton is looking past it focusing on trump in november. good morning, everyone. hillary is confident of a sweeping victory today and she's already switched her focus from bernie sanders to donald trump. headli headline, democrats prepare a battle plan. and the republicans are divided, party unity, no sure thing, watch for a huge turnout in republican contests and lower turnout for democrats. get to the markets, please. stocks could go up with the opening bell today and we are

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