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if we don't start to retake our freedom soon, america is doomed. that's our show. see you next week. we'll see you here tomorrow. good night from new york. [♪] kennedy: happy to have you. i'm watching regrets watch over presidential back runner marco rubio like flotsam and jetsam in the miami river. marco rubio carried so much confidence and money into the race. his attacks on trump have backfired and the anvil is pulling him mercilessley to the bottom of the back.
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as marco recently shared with megyn kelly. reporter: you got a little dirty. you got a little naughty. >> that's not who i am. my kids were embarrassed. my wife didn't like it. that's not who i am. kennedy: marco, that's totally who you are. and that's a man who has all but given up. either he can't be trusted or he can't trust his own gut or he's not ready for the presidency. he can see the top of everest at 1600 pennsylvania avenue, but ominous black clouds rolled in and he needs to go back to base camp and share hot soup with ben carson and jeb bush.
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rubio is behind 20 points in his home state. john kasich has just enough delusion in his oxygen tank to keep going it's a different story in ohio because he has an astronomical job approval rating. trump has been full of insults for all of the other candidates past and present. remember? >> we call him lying ted. >> don't worry about it, little marco, that's a low-energy individual. i never atangd him on his looks and there is plenty subject matter right there. kennedy: while he hasn't spread knoxous sauce on kasich so far. >> we have ohio where you have an absentee governor.
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kennedy: while he won't pull kasich into the mud, chances are he won't find any stinging swarming wounds from a popular governor. i'm going to show you part two of my exclusive interview with eagles of death metal jesse hughes. and how the attack has affected his position on gun control and terrorists. and how surprising flashpoints could affect the primary. pamela anderson reaches out to the governor of new york to make prison inmates vegan.
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all eyes are on ohio and florida as the next super tuesday looms. but can trump be stopped? that's what i'm going to ask my party panel tonight. gavin is well bearded. megyn mccain is also here, fox news contributor and a smiling glorious ray of sunshine. so i'm going to start with you. how should trump be going after kasich? >> i think he should go after his face, his looks. he looks hung over. you know when you wake up and you have the below thed puppy eyes? just focus on that and we can have a good laugh. kennedy: did he imply john kasich has a drinking problem?
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>> yes, that would be a good move to do. kennedy: what will he do? >> he will mock him for the absentee thing. he will stick to what trump does best, keeping it fun and keeping it light. kennedy: trump is most effective when he pulls other people down. he has don't from scott walker to perry. how much changes for the race tuesday night? >> everything changes. it depend on if marco rubio will get out before florida. it's going to be hard for me to watch this because i want him to get out and save what's left of his political credibility. he wants to run for governor. if you look like you are going to lose to donald trump and ted cruz that's pretty brutal. >> i think rubio is coming in third in florida. i think the rumors he's dropping
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out are going to get stuck in people's mind and i think he's mortally wounded. it doesn't matter if his future is in the senate or he's going to run for governor. how does cruz convince rubio to get out of the race between now and tuesday? >> i don't think he can. i think rubio' mind is made up. it's getting uncomfortable to watch at this point. i want to say good job. kennedy: in a beauty pageant that's a big deal. >> if you place in the top five your career is set. >> it's difficult for voters going into tuesday -- super tuesday not knowing if that person is going to drop out. >> it's a subtle psychological game candidates have to play. did you think when he sat down with megyn and talked about regrets for the trump insult
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which i had to say i thought were effective and entertaining. >> they were pretty funny. he just said, see that trump? kennedy: was it and admission of failure to say that? >> politic is hollywood for ugly people. these guys are megalomaniacs. we need to get everybody out but trump and cruz and have our superman and batman. kennedy: who is kasich? >> he's gone web's the joker. >> i agree. kennedy: in his mind he's captain america. >> that's how you are when you are hung over. >> there is a lot of per theories out there that he's waiting to be trump's vp. >> that's why trurm is not
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really attacking him and kasich will never go there. >> you talk about hurting your career. kennedy: there is a secret deal? >> i know of no secret deal. but i'm turning into up a major conspiracy theorist. it could be kasich. kennedy: how far in advance did your dad know he was going to pick sarah palin? >> i knew the morning she was chosen and i was told her name incorrectly. they called her pal-in. kennedy: so there you go. a little bit of a glimpse behind the scenes. so much coming up including a journalist who asked hillary if she would drop out of the race
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if she were indicted. she should have gone, hell, yes. i'll show you the second half of my exclusive interview with jesse hughes. it gets political, it gets emotional. >> i am never going to unsee -- i have to accept it. voiceover: studies show that sitting at a desk all day can lead to serious problems, including: neck and back pain, high blood pressure, and low energy. in fact, if you sit most of the day, your risk of having a heart attack is almost the same as if you smoke. prolonged sitting even makes it harder for you to burn calories and lose weight.
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kennedy: in louisiana night' de -- in last night's debate jor gerk ramos asked hillary clinton if she would drop out of the race if she were indicted. >> it's not going to happen. i'm not even going to answer that question. >> only 30% of the americans consider you trustworthy. >> i'm not a natural poll figure like my husband. >> you sent an email to your
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daughter claiming the attack was terrorists. >> i can't even manage the grief she has for her son but she is wrong. kennedy: the woman she accused of being wrong responded to trish regan. >> they don't care. i heard that, i know what she said. i don't lie. she is a proven liar. kennedy: the and is back. it's the party panel. so megyn, she is not only not a natural politician. you can take the word poll figure out of the there and substitute any word. there is something that's off. >> the moth or gets emotional. it's hard to get through it. i have questions about benghazi.
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they put a tinfoil hat on my head like i'ming about the roswell landing. they died under her watch and that's the kind of leader that she is. she borderline disgusts me. kennedy: there are republican who had a chance to make a better case about benghazi and they let her get away with so much, it was completely disorganized. this is about the 17th type she has been asked the question in a slightly different way. why do people hate you so much. >> you have say she is not a good politician. but running for something is a small percentage of your entire career. being a politician is about lying, being corrupt and stealing. she does it all to a t.
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she is the master of it. kennedy: so being a poll figure is worse than being a bank robber morally. >> yes. i'm robbing a bang. thank you for being honest, here is the money. she just walk in and goes high, oh, types something on the keyboard and your bank account is gone. >> it's all bad. >> someone that smart should in the workforce. kennedy: this is what debbie wasserman shut is doing. they are so includes particular. she's d they are so clumsy with their tactics. >> i would think at this point you would have ironed out what you say to nom not cop off as so standoffish.
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it says you are guilty. her supporters are a little nervous. quell their fears. say something that shows you are confident in your self and the investigation. kennedy: she totally lacks confidence in the f.b.i. who is actually investigating. i'm going to show the second half of my interview with jesse hughes about the singer surviving a terror attack in paris. tonight it gets political. >> 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 different individuals who flipped a coin on whether or not to bring life into the venue, and they all opted against it because they didn't want to deal with the who lirer than
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kennedy: it's time for part two of mire interview with the lead of the eagles of death metal. he held nothing back discussing gun control and politics. >> i don't understand where gun control comes even into the equation as oppose to better preparedness. the only reason the bataclan was chosen, the only reason was because of the utter helplessness of the persons involved.
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kennedy: in paris and belgium, look how many firearms they have. they have millions and millions of guns. yet they have the most restrictive gun ownership laws in western europe. >> france is one of the most amazing countries with one of the greatest peoples i have ever had the pleasure of falling in love with. but i think they were trick bid their own vernacular. you don't need guns. but you need defense. and. that is a gun, people get caught in the gun itself. kennedy: gun control in france is restrictive and france doesn't a right to bear arm. the right to privately own a gun is not protected by law. but maybe it should be. >> i don't want to shoot anybody. i don't want to do that. but i more than that do not want to let the bad guys take any of
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my people. and i don't want to go out like a punk. i don't want to go out not able to november and wait for the kill tore turn his gun on me while i certain there and keep myself for him. no way. >> when the eagles of death metal returned to paris the band had tears in their eyes. >> they didn't bring it very tool of salvation that literally was on the flip of a coin whether it should have come into the venue. there are four, five, six, seven, eight different individuals who flipped a coin on whether to bring life into the convenient. >> i. and they all opted against it because they didn't want to deal with the holier than thou political correction to liberal morons reacting to the mere
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presence of a gun and the manner in which they would be savaged for simply being police officers. that leaves me incredibly distraught. those cowards don't get a second off to fire. the gun had nothing to do with it. unless we have psychic the cops or movie magic. what else is there to defend yourself but yourself? i am never going to unsee. it's never going to get any lighter. it's -- i don't think it's ever going to even try. kennedy: how do you process it? >> i don't try to understand what can't be understood.
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[♪] kennedy: i spoke to jesse about his views on politics and the 2016 race. >> i love my friends and i hate that you even want to say the word trump you can't say the word trump. i'm not supporting trump. i see this in the news all the time. he's a trump supporter. i'm like, really? but since i heard it on the news it has to be true. sow i go right, trump. but i don't feel like i even have the luxury to support a candidate in 2 some years. i have been voting against the worst things out there. i'm trying to seat entire democratic party as a bunch of kids who didn't want to clean their room and let that amplify into real life. they are always telling everyone they are not going to clean their room. i saw a bumper sticker in los angeles that disturbed me.
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it said not a have you can. that sums up what's wrong with the modern democratic party and why i left it so many years ago. and that's how they identify themselves. by what they are not. i am never going to stop rocking. and i'll never tell you who to vote for. kennedy: in december members of the bands returned to paris. >> u2 is going to be remembered for what they are. four of the finest individuals that i have ever had the luxury and pleasure of ever being put into their caretaking arms of real men and true believers.
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and absolute angels. kennedy: will rock 'n roll save the world? >> it saved me. ♪ people have the power kennedy: i want to thank jesse for inviting me into his home and so bravely and honest opening up. i have never had a conversation like that. bernie sanders is suing the state of ohio. he wants kids under the age of 18 to be able to vote. why is that a bad idea? we'll talk about it with the party panel. when you think about success, what does it look like? is it becoming a better professor
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kennedy: thursday is the new friday and this is the new nightly news. let's get a little freaky with your stories. topic number one. it got a bit spirited on a spirit airlines flight when a couple of rowdy gals brought out a boombox and started blasting music midnight. they were asked to turn down the sound. but they started waving the thing around. they were all what's you going to do about it? that's in a group of three flying she-cats. the result was a full-globe fistfight. i'm guessing the two music lovers might have drained their hotel mini bar free flight.
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i love how no one jumps in but there are 4,000 phones take in every punch, bitch slap and elbow. topic number 2. the postal services lousy. but that dponts mean we can't feel sympathy for its males trying to deliver the mail. watch this. >> i'm pushing the mail out. kennedy: that was a cat, by the way. at least he took the time to make sure the letters got in the slot. and as outdated as our post office is, it's still better
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than what russians have had to contend with. here is your mail. bye-bye. that's a pretty sturdy boot. i may not be a scientist, but i know science involves chemicals into stuff that makes it explode. it's how velcro works. science. here is what happens when you drop fiery molten salt into an aquarium. watch that in slow motion. it's so arousing. the whole thing just explodes. beat that bill my.
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-- bill n yes. look at this irish urchin. he was caught rusmaging through a bag. he went for the money shot. that sane lucid fox stole a golfer's wallet. that's me wallet. i think i recognize that little guy it wasn't a fox. it was rory mche willway in a halloween costume. if you are like most americans, you are riveted by george has
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got talent. recently a man stunned the world as he made mother earth sounds as his unique skill. [nature sounds] kennedy: that part makes me laugh. the singing. he should have auditions for police academy. everyone here failing to realize that this skill isn't new. just like the show georgia's got
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talent which is a rip-off of america's got talent which is a rip-off of britain's got talent. this is a rip-off from an act a few years ago. i think you will spot the similarities pretty quickly. oh, georgia, always on my mind. if you have weird stories you would like to see in the "topical storm." you can tweet me @kennedynation. coming up, my panel returns. the party panel is going to talk about prison and veganism. the answer, pamela anderson. at mfs investment management, we believe in the power of active management. by debating our research to find the best investments. by looking at global and local insights
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[♪] >> i'm very happy you are here. bernie sanders is suing ohio to let 17-year-olds who will can 18 by the time of the general election vote in the primaries. bernie says the state has disenfranchised eligible voters. forgetting the legal details how old should you have to be to vote. joining us is the party panel. don't you think 18 is an arbitrary voting age? >> it is. i understand there has to be a cutoff point. there need to be some rules in players. but who decide that i'm not quite sure or why it is that way. kennedy: if you are a politically interested teenager
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and you follow can't event, you should be allowed to vote. if you are 15, 16 years old. should we give people a test? i think you have a letter from a parent, guardian, a teacher or an administrator at school, you should be able to get it. i think you have proven your worth if you get someone to stand up, a voucher. shouldn't they keep dumb people from voting? >> yes. young people should not vote. when you are 18 you til believe you can go like that and look at a skull. there is no nose bone. then around 22, there i no such thing as a nose bone. those people are foreign kateing and doing all kind of thing. i don't want an america where
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they are prevented from that. we all know they are complete idiots and shouldn't do anything except maybe make rock 'n roll. thanks to obamacare, that has now bled well into the mid to late between the and some say the early third. teenagers are stupid. >> i didn't have an opening. i was dragged to he event imaginable when i was a child. i keep meeting young people. who are you voting for and he said bernie sanders, and i said why? he said i don't know and i don't know what socialism is. kennedy: on the other side people say exactly the same thing. >> i don't have a problem with some kind of i.k. test. if you don't know what socialism is and you are voting for bernie sanders.
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kennedy: you know who is a great writer. that bay watch starlet pamela anderson. she wrote new york governor cuomo a letter in the name of peta for prisons to serve vegan meals. he says it will be happier for the animals. it's really expensive to eat vegan. >> i used to be vegetarian, it costs a fortune. nothing cheaper than potatoes. kennedy: there i a lovely reagan restaurant act treat from me. they have a lovely quonoa burger, $14.
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>> i have a special place the if my heart for pamela anderson. it was the fir sex tape i ever saw. i'm a child of the ninth. i love pamela anderson. i think people should stay in their lanes. she should model in playboy and be the sex icon she still is. i'm a child of the ninth, i love pamela anderson. kennedy: should we all go vegan? >> i think so, especially in the prisons. take it one step further and do the raw diet. you just give them some almond and celery roots and you are good. >> peta kills thousands of animals a year.
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i say let's roast them up. they can have dogs and kittens and we kill two dogs with one stone. kennedy: i love your palate and your beard. coming up, charlie goes to florida and brings allocators and geriatrics to bring me news. ball banks will join me with his own views on my interview with the eagles o at ally bank, no branches equals great rates. it's a fact. kind of like vacations equal getting carried away. more proactive selling. what do you think michal? i agree. let's get out there. let's meet these people.
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kennedy: the evening is building for tuesday's all important florida primary.
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guess who visited the sunshine state>> the moaning after the sc california daytona 500, the people have gone, the turkey buzzards have come. >> what do they pay? >> minimum wage. >> economic refugees circling toward the drain. feeling like there is no one to vote for. the i-4 corridor. one of the fastest growthing most diverse swaths in america. here it's all about jobs. >> this country is not a country anymore. it's a business. everybody is on the chopping block.
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>> i think a lot of us are operating out of fear in this election cycle trying to figure out who is not going to make the worst decision for us. kennedy: what a horrible place to be. not florida, but feeling hopeless. here is charlie leduff. let's talk about some of the people you met. are they hopeful that this presidential elect is going to change their fortunes in florida? >> that's a great question. i'm going to be honest. i don't think people believe that. i think they believe it' on auto pilot. when you are looking at the donald and the bern-acorn, what they are peddling is probably a fairytale and they are worried more about their kids than themselves.
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kennedy: when you talk about people's personal misfortunes and being in survival mode going on 8 years and supporting a family. 8 years with raising kids through that, it's downright depressing. how different is florida compared to some of the places you visited and talked about on this show. you have been through the rust belt. you are from detroit. how is florida different? >> from l.a. to new york, the i.-5 corridor, the north is republican, the south is democratic. that swath of six counties decide florida. when you drive that thing it looks like america. all smushed together, you have puerto ricans. rich retirees. people that fly the dixie flag. you have got everything. and i do believe in history's bearing it out how that goes,
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the country is going to go, probably. so it looks a lot like america. i was shocked. kennedy: it's easy to make fun of florida because it's huge and weird stuff thraps. but it feels different from mississippi and alabama and georgia because it's so shaken up by all these different factors. was there any hope? what was the best thing you found going there? you mean as a story or as a feeling? kennedy: either one, you get to choose. >> we snuck into the gated community where trayvon martin was killed. we went to a straw were irfarm that hires a lot of illegal mexicans and admits as much. but i did find is nobody is at each other's throats. it's not too late in america to right the ship.
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it's not spinning out of control. murder is not rampant. it's still a clean, decent place to live. we have to get our economic house together and move forward. i felt kind of hopeful. kennedy: that's nice to hear. it varies from state to state. but a lot of these primaries and caucuses are fueled by anger like nevada. 60% of them feel betrayed by politicians in florida but it's good to know that betrayal hasn't led to that kind of anger. coming up, paul banks. he gives a musician's perspective on my interview with jesse hughes. pet moments are beautiful, unless you have allergies. then your eyes may see it differently. only flonase is approved to relieve both itchy, watery eyes and congestion. no other nasal allergy spray can say that. when we breathe in allergens our bodies react by over producing six key inflammatory substances that
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>> i never felt was against us, but at same time i felt was against us. i love my fans. it was important for me to know they weren't attacking us. kennedy: will rock 'n roll save the world? >> it saved me. kennedy: that's a clip from my interview with jesse hughes about the shootings in paris. musicians have an intense connection with their audience, and all the more in this case. i have reached out to interest poll's paul banks. i'm going through such an interpol phase. we always have wish lists on the show. who do you want to interview. howard stern and paul banks. >> wow. i'm honored. kennedy: november 13 when you
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saw this stuff unfolding, where were you? >> panama. >> did you hear it or see it? >> yeah. i heard about it as it was happening, as it was unfolding. kennedy: as a musician and fronts man, what are you thinking when you see this? >> i was totally flabbergasted that that would be the target. i don't understand to might was sort of like attacking the museum. a non-political space. i don't understand how you would execute some kind of statement against that kind of a group of people where they are not there expressing any kinds of ideas logical allegiance or political leanings. they are enjoying music which is universal. it felt froa grotesque that that would be the target of an attack. kennedy: that's the most neutral ground possible when you explain the that way.
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>> it's always disgusting tough attack the public. but in a situation like this, there is no leanings there. it's just joy. there could be sections of the people watching the band that have the same ideasology as you. kennedy: as you are watching it, was there anything in you that thought it's going to be different. >> i don't think you should have metal detectors at concerts. i think what they did with coming back with u2 and going back to france was the best thing could you possibly do. france did a great job showing strength after it happened. but no i don't really think that you do change the game plan after an attack on something like that. we have got to live and music is not inherently a political thing. it's beyond all those boundaries and it should maintain that.
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>> there is such a concentration of creativity and life that one has to hope that music is the force that will bind people together and take them out of the extreme. do you believe that's possible? >> i mean, because music is really -- people that fall into the extremes are often indoctrinated when they are young. i don't know if you can unindoctrinate someone with music. you can inspire them to be bert and think differently and think more abstractly and maybe you can wean somebody off a bogus indoctrination. kennedy: i love the music you make, and i cannot wait for more of it. i know you have a rouge project coming out later in the year. so we'll talk about it at a later time. mystery is the spice of life. thank you so much, paul banks.
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