comcast business. built for business. >> imagine what we can build together with every american lives at his or her own god-given potential. >> major super tuesday the race for donald trump and hillary clinton. good morning. nicole: good morning. i am nicole petallides. ted cruz winning big in texas and taking oklahoma and alaska as well. marco rubio win in minnesota bernie sanders winning three states and promising to fight until the end.
investors after 350-point rally for the dow jones industrial average. let's check features. dow futures down, nasdaq futures done six. nicole: shanghai stocks soar over 4%. stocks in japan following wall street late john in over 4%. nicole: oil prices on the rise up another 2% yesterday but falling back 2.2% 33.64 a barrel. nicole: the journal backing outpost refusal to unlock an iphone used by terrorists. lauren: u.s. astronaut scott kelley returns safely to earth capping off a year-long mission in space. nicole: right now it is 5:01 a.m. in new york on day, march 2nd. welcome to "fbn:am" come your first look at today's markets, the latest breaking news in what
to expect the day ahead. lauren: donald trump claimed a huge victory on super tuesday. the front-runner when seven states. georgia, vermont, virginia, alabama, massachusetts, tennessee and arkansas. ted cruz from his home state of texas as well as oklahoma and alaska. marco rubio captured minnesota. >> will make america great again, folks. >> so long as the field remains divided with donald trump's path to the nomination remains more likely and that would be a disaster for republicans. >> i know it was a tough night for marco rubio appeared he had a tough night. he spent a lot of money. he is deliberate as i've said many times before. >> no matter how many states dictate, no matter how many weeks and months, i will campaign as long as it takes and
wherever it takes to ensure that the next president of the united states. >> it takes a lot of curse to run for president. i've been a job producer. i've done a lot of things. this is something i've never done. but i felt we had to do it. >> we can nominate a washington dealmaker, profane of poker with the lifelong pattern of seizing power for personal gain. >> they have reaped such a complex web. it will be very, very difficult to untangle it. but i'm not ready to quit trying to untangle it. >> we will shine up america will be pointed at persona. his 21st century for our children and for her and children will be america's best good >> all good along with the world could you be proud of me.
even you'll be very proud of me as a president. our country is going to. lauren: marco rubio fighting had to pull off a victory in his home state of florida. the primary is march 15th. asking rubio as well as ben carson and john kasich to drop out of the race. tree into a big night for hillary clinton. former secretary of state when seven states which are ejected by virginia and massachusetts, tennessee, arkansas and texas. once in force base pair per month, oklahoma, colorado and minnesota. >> we have to make america whole. we have to fill in what has been hollowed out. [chanting] >> this campaign is not just a dialect in a president. it is about making a political
revolution. >> 90% of americans with president obama. now we have finished the job. >> this is not a general election. it is not winner take all. if you get 52% from a 48%. the mac instead of building walls come that we will break down barriers and build -- build ladders of opportunity and empowerment. >> for my billionaires do not buy town meetings. in america, we are going to and a corrupt campaign finance system. >> this country belongs to all of us. not just those at the top. train to hillary clinton's
delegate lead now much bigger. sanders bigger. center scientists in the stay in the race in 35 states still remain. lauren: perspective on the results from super tuesday from darren shaw on the fox news decision desk at thanks for joining us. thanks for waking up bright and early. but the question is, is donald trump on a clear path to victory here after taking seven states last night? >> i think he's on a clear path through the jury. things can happen. there's a bunch of states left. some things can happen. let's face it, when you are winning seven, eight, nine, 10 states across the board and when your opponents are doing a little more kind of surviving a knockout round, it is difficult to see how the opponent has enough delegates. >> that brings me to this thought. a lot of time in there and donald trump acknowledging that.
does that mean you were that mean you no say in it now till the end? >> i think so. we were talking about this last night. several of us had a dinner table. best case scenario was to win across the board. he didn't do that. they lose just enough to keep them in the race. minnesota almost pulled an upset in virginia but it doesn't. texas, oklahoma, alaska. seven then does home from a. the opposition is still split and that can't help anybody but the donald. lauren: what does rubio do from here? he won one state. what happens if he doesn't take the state tomorrow. >> is a knockout round.
i wouldn't think senator rubio would drop out if he doesn't win, but it is a test for voters and members of the establishment would love to see rubio survive in the end. if he can't win florida, where does the wind rushing or nicole: good question. sanderson minnesota and oklahoma, his campaign has been very focused on winning these new england states. what is the lost their mean? >> you hit the nail on the head. if he won in massachusetts i wouldn't say he would've challenged hillary but it would've made the race more interesting and intriguing. he's going to win a lot of geography. stay so let's would minority populations. he would do well with this coalition of college students and people in the far left but it's not going to challenge her. that is to start good grounds. lauren: thank you so much. we will see later on in the show.
we will hear more from the republican presidential candidates when they meet again at the fox news channel debate. starts at 9:00 p.m. eastern. don't miss it. nicole: michael bloomberg rather live off run for president according to sources who say the mayor is unlikely to throw his hat into the race. if hillary clinton loves is the nominee. a bloomberg insider tells the newspaper fell a clear path is bernie sanders was the nominee. decisive bloomberg does not want to take votes from clinton and make donald trump for president. lauren: looking great in a shed. take a look at this picture and it stacks up for and a quarter%. the nikkei surging more than 4% and the costume on for 6%. nicole: ftse, cacm tiac all without arrows.
lauren: in the super tuesday for investors yesterday. best day of the year for the nasdaq. dow futures down 34-point. nasdaq futures down about four. nicole: botching commodity so closely, hovering right now around these levels. 33.70 for a .74 john close to 2% of gold is unchanged. nicole: -- lauren: the company has staked its of "the wall street journal." if the government can invent intellectual property that does not exist in order to invade the lawful products, there's no limiting legal principles. yesterday congressional testimony fbi or james comite admitted for the first time there was a mistake made when the agency has a password on the
terrorists i got account changed. he said the action made it more difficult to get a backup of the iphone. his agency wants a chance to get into the phone. the sin. >> i hear folks talk about peace in that doors did i not see it this way. there's already a door and iphone. essentially we are asking apple to take the car dog away and picked the lock. nicole: did new york judge cannot force apple to hack the phone of the local drug trailer and that could influence the california case. >> we are going to be a much finer party. we are going to be a unified party. we are going to be a much bigger party. nicole: rebels put up enough of a fight to keep the battle going. bad news for china as it is that's its outlook on cheney's staff from stable to negative.
nicole: breaking news this morning. donald trump each big tree. the gop front runner when seven states while senator ted chris captured his home state of texas as well as neighboring oklahoma and alaska. fox news kcc goes live in dallas with the latest on this. what are you hearing? reporter: hey, nicole. good to see you. no real surprises because ted cruz was sleeping most of the polls ahead of super tuesday. he came out with a big win. a big night for him. he knew this is a do or die situation for his campaign and his home state of texas. all of the precincts are ordained ted cruz winning but
43.7% of the vote. donald trump coming in second place in texas for 26.8 and senator mark of rubio placing third in the lone star state was 17.7%. but the celebrated my santa cruz headquarters near houston. ted cruz seven supporters republicans need to come together and unite all taken a few jobs at his opponent, businessman donald trump. >> we can nominate a washington dealmaker, profane and folder who has a lifelong pattern of using government power for personal gain. or we can nominate a proven conservative who has fought consistently for working men and women and can defend the
constitution. reporter: strong voter turnout across the state of texas for super tuesday. long lines reported that locations. texas gop having to provide ballots by midafternoon. as far as the delegates go since this is not a winner take all state, donald trump's the walks away even though he and his second-place finish, he still walks away with at least 20 delegates here in the state of texas. lauren: thanks for telling us in breaking it down. an exciting evening. you can see down arrows across the board. s&p futures down five. nasdaq futures down 4.5. yesterday's big gain are only down 3% this year. nicole: oil down 71 cents at 3369, a loss of 2%. gold relatively unchanged, down 20 cents an ounce.
lauren: ted cruz wins big in texas, his home state. the win gives them the confidence to continue counterpunching donald trump. >> america shouldn't have a president whose words would make you embarrassed if your children repeated them. lauren: the latest results for you. the day after apple in the fbi squared off after unlocking a terrorist iphone, "wall street journal" comes out with an editorial back in apple's refusal to unlock the phone. right now 5:18. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning market in breaking news. the ♪
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>> it's going to be a much bigger party and we're going to win in november to >> imagine that we can build together when every american can do about to his or her own god-given potential. nicole: breaking news this morning. major super tuesday the race for donald trump and hillary clinton. i am nicole petallides. lauren: i am trained eyes. rivals tattoos in the race beat ted cruz takes oklahoma as well. marco rubio winning just one state, minnesota and bernie sanders winning three states and promising he will fight to the very end. we will have the results. lauren: investors after 350-point average. u.s. stock market futures this morning slightly lower. the dow was down 31 points and s&p futures down for. in asia despite a downgrade for china, beijing has topped market
soaring 4%. stocks in japan's soaring more than 4%. oil prices on the rise in two straight days. the 2% yesterday, today down almost 2% at 33.74. lauren: apple draws huge support from "the wall street journal." the paper backing refusal to unlock an iphone used by terrorist. nicole: u.s. astronaut scott kelley returns safely to church, capping off an unprecedented year-long mission in space. we will tell you what is next. 5:23 in the morning. wednesday, march 2nd. welcome to "fbn:am," the latest breaking news in what to expect that they had. nicole: donald trump claiming a huge victory on super tuesday. gop front runner once seven states. georgia, vermont, virginia, alabama, massachusetts, ted in
arkansas. neighboring oklahoma and alaska. senator marco rubio captured once dated that was minnesota. peter barnes in palm beach florida covering the trump campaign. reporter: with multiple designers build on super tuesday, donald trump's age is a candidate they can bring a coalition together to be democrats in november. >> we are going to be a much finer party, a unified party. we are going to be a much bigger party. you can see that happening. our party is at the ending and all you have to do is take a look at the primaries dates for a long and look, we have gone from x number to a much larger number. that hasn't happened to the republican party in many, many decades. >> events to drive home the point that the touring florida on march 15th with 99 delicate
eye for grabs winner take all. back to you in new york. lauren: thank you. poverty via once that, too. the former secretaries day when his days. georgia, virginia, alabama, massachusetts, tennessee, arkansas and texas. bernie sanders on vermont, oklahoma, colorado as was minnesota. blake burman with the clinton campaign joins us now. reporter: yet another successful night for hillary clinton issue when the the majority of super tuesday states further cementing her the does the democratic front runner. her victory rally took place in miami, said she looks forward to florida in a couple weeks for potentially the crucial general elections state. she made no mention of bernie sanders other than to congratulate him while taking direct aim at donald trump and republicans.
>> it is clear tonight that the stakes in this election have never been higher. and the rhetoric we are hearing on the other side has never been lower. trying to divide america between us and them is wrong and we are not going to let it work. lauren: sanders picked up the couples dates as well. clinton further padded her delegate count. back to you in new york. nicole: coming up, we will break down the super tuesday exit polls had half the voters saying they are angry at the federal government. more details for you. u.s. astronaut got kelley returns a feature worth capping off an unprecedented year-long mission in space. we will tell you what is next. checking the stock market futures after a big rally yesterday. 350 points. s&p down for. you are watching reporter, your first look at morning market in breaking news.
lauren: good morning and welcome back. stock market futures down. i futures at 30 points. nasdaq teachers five was. nicole: oil in particular came yesterday and today. right now 2% and 67 cents. lauren: anger to the federal government and desire for an outside candidate drive republican voters yesterday. according to exit polls of voters in texas lead in those categories with 39%. those voters who are angry with
the government overwhelmingly talking donald trump. the economy was a top issue for republican voters in other singles date and most of them believe donald trump is the best candidate to handle it could church or within the support of 49% of high taxes. nicole: hillary clinton one consistent support from women, seniors, but voters and those who want a candidate with experience. clinton turned out with support ranging 48% up to 81%. hillary clinton still has weak spots that could cause trouble in the future. one of them is the lack of trust between 22% 69% feel clinton is not honest or trustworthy. that's a big deal. astronaut scott kelley has returned to planet earth. kelley pumping his fist following the plan and kazakhstan yesterday. capping off his unprecedented
340 day trip is based. they landed about 11:25 p.m. eastern time in freezing temperatures. kelley was meddling and wondered why everyone was bundled up a callous 520 days in space over for missions more than any other american astronaut. scientists are now compare how the defect to his body with additives twin brother and astronaut mark kelley of the same test on right here on earth. nicole: coming up, hillary clinton by those bernie sanders in the super tuesday vote. >> the people who know me best, the people who knew me before i was like did company mannesmann in congress and have voted so strongly to put us in the white house. >> will have all the results are today after apple and fbi squared off over unlocking a terrorist i found, "the wall
street journal" comes out with a strong editorial backing apple's refusal to unlock the iphone. all the details are checking the stock market futures after rally yesterday cited to the downside about two tenths of 1%. looking down about 31-point. you are watching reporter: diamond, your first look at morning markets and breaking news. ♪
>> it's a much bigger party and i think we are going to win in november. >> imagine that we can build together when each and every american has a chance to live up to his error on god given potential. lauren: super tuesday victory for donald trump and hillary clinton. i am lauren simonetti. nicole: i am nicole petallides. to his win in texas and taking oklahoma and alaska as well. mark or rubio won once they come in minnesota. >> bernie sanders comes into sight to the end. all the results for you. when you bake on investors after three and 50-point rally for the data yesterday. less checks that market futures trading to the downside.
features a dirty points, nasdaq futures down to his. shanghai stock in japan now so following wall street's need. oil prices rising for two straight days in giving back gains today. down 1.7%. nicole: apple tries to supports an editorial editorial page of "the wall street journal." the journal backing apple's refusal to unlock an iphone used by terrorists. nicole: u.s. astronaut scott kelley returns dave delete cap enough for year-long mission in space into a tie with facts. nicole: 5:37 a.m. in new york. wednesday, march 2nd. welcome to "fbn:am," your first look at the latest breaking markets and what to expect the day ahead. lauren: donald trump claiming a huge fit area. gop front runner one georgia, vermont, virginia, massachusetts, tennessee and
arkansas. senator ted cruz won his home state of texas as well as neighboring oklahoma and alaska and senator marco rubio captured once day, minnesota. >> will make a great america folks. >> so long as the field remains divided, donald trump's path to the nomination remains more likely. and that would read a disaster for republicans. >> i know is a very tough night for marco rubio. he had a tough night had he worked hard on this than a lot of money. he has elaborate as i've said a lot of times. >> no matter how many states to take, no matter how many weeks or months it takes, i will campaign as long as it takes and wherever it takes to ensure i am the next president of the united states. >> it takes a lot of courage to run for president. i've never done this before. i've been a job producer.
this is something that never done but felt i had to do. >> we can nominate a washington dealmaker, or famine poker is a lifelong pattern of using government power for personal gain. >> you have believed such a complex web. it would be very, very difficult to untangle it. but i am not ready to quit untangling at. >> will shine up america the way we've wanted to for so very long. this 21st century, or a children in our grandchildren will be america's past. >> i'm going to be very good for the world to allocate along for the world. even you will be very proud of ms. president. our country is going to. nicole: marco rubio working hard to pull off a big drain his home state of florida march 18th. ted cruz asking marco rubio has
both been pricing and john kasich to get out of the race. just drop out. nicole: the former secretary of state 17 states. georgia, virginia, alabama, massachusetts, tennessee, arkansas and texas. bernie sanders picked up wins in force days. from a come oklahoma, colorado and minnesota. >> to make america whole, we have to fill in -- ill and what has been hollowed out. [chanting] >> the campaign is not just about electing a president. it is about making a political revolution. >> we have now ensured 90% of americans thanks to president obama. now i've got to finish the job. >> this is not a general election.
it is not winner take all. if you get 52% you've got 40% of the roughly end up with the same amount of delegates in this date. >> instead of building buzz, we will write down barriers and build -- [cheers and applause] build ladders of opportunity and empowerment. >> billionaires do not fly and in america, we are going to and a corrupt campaign finance system. >> this country belongs to all of us, not just those at the top. nicole: clinton's delegate seat growing much bigger. sanders finds in the race and certifies this dog remained. lauren: mark perspective on results from super tuesday from darren shaw on the decision desk joins us once again. hillary has swept the south with
the exception of issues raised. she did when seven super tuesday's days. what does this mean for sanders? they went to focus on going against trump is time for sanders to feel the pressure to back out? >> i don't know that it's ever been a candidate. is that correctly he is the candidate. i'm not sure what his endgame is. you look at the same that i am. he had an opportunity massachusetts, came close but didn't quite do it. other than that, it is difficult looking at the map to see any preference for he's challenged any substantive way. her people think she's 30 timeout to. nicole: the exit polls show hillary is the most vulnerable. should she be worried that trump could actually spend some of those voters in the general
election taking us away from her? >> we talk often times about genuine changes in the social group profile. i don't know that anybody out there has done that more than donald trump. her vulnerability and honesty and trustworthiness is something he is going to go out like he won't leave. as much as they claim they want to beat him, be careful what you wish for sometimes. lauren: what will it take to derail him? to make the lives to see my momentum to skate in the first 15 primaries thus far? >> i think you probably need to see unification of republicans behind a single challenger candidate. the first step would be marco rubio needs to win florida and that's essentially a knockout state contest. he needs to convince the others see as the main guy.
other than that, it looks like three will go forward. kasich, rubio and cruz. >> you work on one of the most exciting parts of thought is on the decision desk at what is that like working there? can you give us quickly what it feels like or how the vote come in and how you calculate that? >> the exit polls across much of the states and about those is coming in. it is the longest shortest night ever. it goes by so quickly. you're just watching and. now i'm running on fumes. nicole: that's great. lauren: thanks for sharing. have another cup of coffee. thank you for your perspective. we will hear more from republican presidential candidates when they meet my night at the fox channel debate at 9:00 eastern time. n't sst.
laur: les tu it er t michl blmber miael oombg aittlrun for president opposing to sources who say the new york mayor is unlikely to throw his hat in the ring i said that quick glimpse the democratic nominee. bloomberg has been thinking of jumping in the race. it tells the newspaper the likelier path is it bernie sanders is the democratic nominee. bloomberg does not want to take us away from hillary clinton and then make donald trump president of the united states. lauren: u.s. stock market futures after a huge day yesterday. dow and s&p cut in losses for the year. futures are down .2%. nasdaq 0.1%. nicole: oil right now down about 2%. 33.68 and 72 cents. gold is apple continues to refuse to unlock the iphone,
the company has picked up support of one of the nation's biggest newspapers, "the wall street journal." in an op-ed from the rest of the government can compel a manufacturer to invent property that does not exist or that it's a lawful product, there is no submitted legal principle. yesterday during congressional testimony, james combe admitted for the first time there was a mistake made when the agency had a password change. he said that made it more difficult to get a backup of the phone. his agency wants the chance to get into the road. the sin. >> i hear folks talk about keys and backdoors or i don't see way. there is already a door in the iphone. we are asking apple to take the vicious guard dog away and let us pick the lock. nicole: they cannot force apple to hack the phone of a brooklyn drug dealer.
nicole: here's a look at the headlines. "the wall street journal." the justice department alleges the former chess big energy ceo comes by with an unnamed cub ernie to read the praise of oil and gas in oklahoma. canadian pacific were a web search csx said that a takeover. csx has the opera but canadian pacific is so committed to a separate takeover bid for norfolk southern. regina job for the business. the move comes as the belgian tourists extraneous regulatory at or above to acquire its rival. lauren: coming up, he used that for donald trump as he and hillary clinton take leads over their rivals. >> we have come too far in this country to let us turn back. we are going to build on the progress that we have made.
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39% of gop voters going for trump in the state. mark for would-be attackers tied at 24%. although nationally cruise tends to be edging cbs's second-place contender. here's what mr. trump had to say about that. >> a very tough night for marco rubio. he had a tough night. he worked hard your 80s spent a lot of money. he's a lightweight as i've said many times before. i liked marco until a week ago when he decided to go hostile. you have to build a win something. he hasn't won any way and he hasn't come close. reporter: referring to the efforts to return the mocking personal attacks. some compare it to stand up to the schoolyard bully but the strategy has not had much of an impact in the gop race. a rough night here in georgia for banned cars and john kasich, both of them tied at 6% well below the 20% threshold needed
to win any delegates here in this native georgia. the: lauren, back to you. liz: it is lauren simonetti. how did the deep south factor into last night? >> the evangelical voters to be a stronghold for ted cruz. amazingly, it donald trump was able to win much of this court at the evangelical vote. many people as they many evangelicals are tired for voting people who don't know that at order to get elected and don't do what they are supposed to do when they go to washington. a lot of people analyze this, one of the many surprises in this highly unusual elections cycle. nicole: thank you so much. great report in atlanta. but scalia caught up on the global market action. europe was a lot of talk about for this in the last. maybe next week to boost
inflation but boost inflation by ken reich at the dax, see if he and some point without there is. lauren: u.s. stock market futures to the downside after super tuesday yesterday. nicole: oil to the downside down about 2%. 33.68 end quote cannot find direction. scott kelley has returned to the earth. a safe landing in kazakhstan last night. kelley and his russian counterpart on that trip. they cap.the unprecedented 340 day trip. they landed at 11:25 p.m. eastern time and freezing temperatures. he was smiling. he has spent 520 days pace of reform issues. more than any other american astronaut. scientists looking for house this effect it is not an economist would rather and for
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>> that's all that the global market action. the negative a moment ago. it is now down holding onto to gain about one quarter of 1%. hopes of reducing that the ecb next week. after the dow rallies at nearly 350 points. dow futures down one quarter the same two points and the s&p down five and a half. those are some of the things we continue to watch. waiting on ernie and we look at an oil and her report today. right now oil down 2% at 3368. super tuesday we turned it over to morning cytherea. a file that. i've been up all night.
maria: good morning. thanks so much. i am maria bartiromo. it is wednesday, march 2nd, the day after. with as dagen mcdowell, steve moore and "wall street journal" matt murray. 6:00 a.m. on the east coast. donald trump and hillary clinton taking their grip on the presidential race. republican side of the race, donald trump racked up wins in seven days last night. marco rubio took its rubio took his first state, minnesota and ted cruz scored a victory in his home state, texas as well as two others. ted cruz projected to bring the alaska caucus here that would make three for ted cruz. oklahoma as well as alaska and texas. hillary payton won seven states to bernie sanders four. but in sweeping the south. sanders did get a victory in a coma. candidate should age to rally supporters and look ahead to what is next.
>> i'm a unifier. believe me. when we unifier, nobody is going to beat us. >> they've gone too far to stop now. they've got to keep going, keep working, keep raking down barriers. >> our campaign is the only campaign that has beaten, that can andhat ll bdona trum theundi saye ar undeogs all exct that. we've all been underdogs. as a community of underdogs. this is a state of underdogs. this is a country of underdogs. but we love him. maria: the future of the race at the program could stay with us on that good markets coming off of a big rally. major averages of more than 2% on the session. the rallies going over to asia.