tv Mornings With Maria Bartiromo FOX Business April 26, 2016 6:00am-9:01am EDT
that is it for fbn:am, handing it over to mornings with mar, maria, i will seyou in a few minutes. maria: hpy tueuesday, i'm maria baom it t is super tuesday, we've got your toptories right now, 6:00 a.m. on e east coast. the bale for the east ununderway. polls opening right noin conneccut. donald trump andillary clinton holdg strong leads and hope forking a sweep of tod's contest. candidates on e defensive fightingor votes up for grabs. >>hey are coming together because they are gting beaten badly. >> negive is what works, people want to bhopeful, we are just going tkeep plugging ani ed your support tomoow, after we finish this, hopefully i won'scw this up. >> if you're a conservative, there's only one conservative in this state.
maria: we will take yothere live. e paris terrorist attack n video captures t ments a terrorist blblew himlf up in a reaunt. re othe war on terror co up. heavy winds, torna and h hail, bracing fosevere weather. forest straight ahead. out of florida all plane crhing into a home injuring three people, the latest on is crasinvestigation. and marks this morning in asia overnigh stock mostly higher, higher openingngn thu.s., ahead of the bank in japan that's being jached this thursday, nk of japan meeting for any stimulusn japan. take a look at. up frks, althoh the cac parisray lower. a lot economic data out there morning and earnings, e dow
industrials pected to open up out 20 points, earnings for the rst arter driving the action ahead of e opening. we will hear from dupo. me this morning fox business network dag mcdowell, former sator and donald trump's suppter scott brown and reblic pollster lee carter. good to see you, everybody. thk you so much for joining us. senator, weave a can't-miss lineup. legendy talk show host talking about thinterviews that he has had with tru, clinton, et cera. have to get his take on whe oiis this morning and trump organization vicpresident eric trump joing us allhe. don'miss a minute of it. were kicking it off right now with the stories. the polls openn ntucky and will open in fouremaining statesn under an hour.
donald trump hold e commanding adith 118 up for grabs. on the other side ofhe aisle, hilly clinton and bernie sanders beat lout for the 462 candidates. kasicis doing worst than many of the peoplehat left months ago. i mean, if you lk at marco rubio he did mucbett than kasich. he h -- he to this day has more delegates. this is just auy, who is a stubbo, who eats like a solo boxeo and shouldn't have press conference while he's stufng himself. >> leang this as a direct one-on-one choice or i -- for the people of indian 's been 46 days sincthe last republan date.
[laughte >> it's hard tdispute that. at some point if you want be preside of the united stes you have to get familiar with the united stes. u have to spend with america of all sorts and backgrods. >> i've chosen to ta a path of tellg people, yes, the problems are real, bute can solve these probms a i'm trying to peddle hop now hope in the short-term don't get you a lot of attention bececause hohope is too positive, negative is what works. >>he reason that i think wee have d done so well is that we e doing something verynunusual inn modern american politics witith telling the truth. [cheers anapplause] maria: j joining us right now democratic strategist alonong th republican strategist lisasa booth. d to see you both.let kick it u
whatat's the biggest surprise, mostst important state on the democratic side?e? >> on the e decratic side i think the racece is pretty much bibig. hillary lead, i am m now turning my attttention from that side of the aisle toto the republican siside. i'm a democratic strategist and i think ththat hillary's track record of f lies, dedeceit and fraud, her 30 yeyears of scands from, you know, , benghazi to te e-mail scandal, itit just memeas that she's unattainable candidate. i'm looking at my republicican options. maria: and the are? >> donald trump. >> i'm in shock. >> i'm not the only one.e. >> i think that't's appropriate because e that's what i'm hearig from my democratic friendsds. anybody but hiary and whwhen you're talking aboutut trump. you may not lilike what he says and how he says it a and what he is doing he's talking about
things that evererybody is talki about maybybe doing it not in a smooth way b but b bringing out things thahat people are really concerned out. maria: what was the strawhat broke the camel's back? >> feel so stry that she should not bin the white house that i wasilling to vote for him. with sanders comes things like higher taxes and lot of socialist ograms that i'm not rely happy with. i nsideryself a reagan decrat, we are not a dying d, there's still a lot of us out there. and so when it bece clears at sanders had no chance, i oking aty other options. [laughter] dage i'm just like, harle how realistic that beie
nders' suppoers go and vote r donald trump? biggest ise is the fact that they've not taking mey from superacs. >> h we take on the ruling ass in the country. ria: isn't that interesting lisaooth in dc?c? how do you s the race today? harlen basically giving ushis explation in terms of why he has given up oe democratic side. >> i know, this interesting, it's a a lot of persctive that e americans share right now. they belie government has iled. that's why you have seen thain polling th distrust in govement is so high. he's talking about blowingp thsystem. same thingo be saifor donald trump. he's tking about blowing up the system.
i think that also why you see this narratiti that he's been driving of a riggeged and rrupt system, why is resinating with voters. we s on the most recent wall street poll that 62%f th republican voters that the candidatwith the most votes should be the nominee, he s en uptake in califnia and i believe it a stems from belief and ing from all voters that the systems broken. let me asyou a question, when you look at berni for examplple, i serd with him, he's been there, he's been politician qui frankly forever to thinkhat he's an outsider is really not true. he d nothing, all the ings at he's talking about, quarteacking inequality, dealining with a l of the issues at youere drawn towards, he dinothing, how is it working that people are sayingoh, my gogosh, he's knew, vibrant and dierent when, in fa, he's
part of the system? >> he's not truly establishment candidate. you can make the same gument for cruz. he has beethere fofor a little while and not established much. he and kasich e really colluding not to winut to underme donald trump. and so we've seen e former --mey antiestablishment from sanders to cruz are par e problem. ultimately help trump? >> absolutely. >> i don'tnk you're alone this. is not bernie, i'm going trump, and if it's t trump i'm gog to go for bernie, they'r're so, soso dferent and yet the sentiments u underneath h its te same. > it's cacausthey are talking about the same issues.s. everything from campaign f finae reform, ththey are tking about itn different ways, they have differensolutions.
if trump can recalibrate his message, i tnk he can appeal a lot of democrats. i'm m thinking of stting a pack, mocrats for trump. maria: of urse, jobs -- go ahead, lis to reiterate ththat point, to drivthat a little bit furtr, i think they'rboth appealing ton electorate and individuals th feel left behind by ts economy. you ok at bernie sandershoho going so well among millenals anand you look at student loan bt. $35,000, y're looking at millennials who are leingg college facing mountaiof debt who can't findobs in the economy oronald trp who is appeal to go blue-coll wkers who have been left behind to technology jobs anjobs overseas. you see democrats, the demoatic party talking abo issu like income inequaly, when you look at theich that
have gotten richer uer prprident obama's policy, you have individuals like hilly clinton and rnie sanders who only exacerbate those proble. ria:a: which is why we we want to show you the unemployment rates in all of e states that we a talki about this morning. ifou look at connecticut rhe island, those are the two stes that are above the nation average. tional average 4.9%. at's why we are looking at t situatn in pennsylvania, even lower in marylanand -- and delaware, but connecticut 5.7%, rhode island 5.4% unemment. that is why this issss is resinati and the jobs and the bunessman is resinating. dagen: right, and hillary clinton is essentially rning on barack obama's econom people are voting for her expect the polici to continued in the administration. at's what so perplexing so many vots.
the reason that sanders an trump are findg the support that they are is because bobo people on thright and the left feel that the economy things a d the government is s the problem and not the solution. >> you know what thehe cziest thing that the ececony has been worsfor r thpepeople of color. maria: yeah. >> and yetet smany of my friends -- maria: no acknowlwledgment of that. >> shocking. >> i have frieiends that are graduating with quarter millioin dollars in debt d nonoob prpect maria: you'reight. lisa, finaword. >> i think that highlits the difference between perceptn of a voter d a reality, you look atomeone like governor kasich d he's talking about i've do all of the thing buthat rely matters foroters is gut-lel reaction to candidate,e, how does theandidate make me feeldo i believe them even though somof the evidence is
not nececessary to support the argument, it's perption, it a gut feeling. maria: it sure. good to see yoboth. we will see yosoon. make sure to tune in tonht for special covege. all of the coveragof super bowl-uper tuesday, do join us. [laughter] maria: forget monoly money. day's primary choicehave y isted, you might hit snas after hittg th polls. honor of natial pretzel day. nationalretzel day. is that cruzr nixon
you mentioned for severe stos inuding tornadoes, l's take a look at it. we have e current temperatures, you casee where we have e cold air, north ananwest of the cold front where we have ist unable air ahead oft. those e the main ingredient's that we ne for the potential of severe storms. we alrea have a severe thunderstorm watch in fe for parts of kansas d nebraska and we have seen some of these thunderstorms turn seve right on the bder between kansas and nebraska. ouset up will start this afternoon and continue into e overnight and intoomorrow atmospheric conditionsill come togeer for hail, damaging winds and possibly tornado outbreak. very concerning. not only threafor severe storms but heavy raiall in areas at don't need to see more rain. it's so coldn the backside of the rain we are going toee snow on the back.
we could see showers a and thunderstos, we don't thinwe will seeevere storms but showers late i in the y today. you're going out to vote, take yr umbrlala with you and we will keep you posted rougughout the day, maria, bac to you. maria: thanks so much, jane dean. the moment of the attackers blew himself up. cheryl with the headline cheryl: good morningmaria, the circuit videshowing terrorists cond for he detonated t suicicide bombed in the coffee. french authorities rejecteted an israeli's effort t to provide software that cocould help flag before november 2015 attacks. eight months after two t teenags disappeared while on a fish in
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this is a peak week k of third p 50500 companies reporting this week. at 8:30 a.m.m. wget durable goods out. pmi's an c conmer report, what'sour take on in terms of econy and how it drives markets? >> well, youe right. it's a really hey week. as far as rket is concerned, the first quarter that's behind was a slowdown. that said, ware expecting gdp to be positi, sounds like allow standard but sll positive, we a lookingor a recory as we look forward to the rest of 2016the earni season pararticularly importt, obviousl they are up shaly from the febary lows, we don't want earningto dispoint too much bause we won't want to see maets like we had a few eks or months back. as far as gdp is concern,
that's a key loong backwards and want to see to suggest whether or not we havetrenhs going forward, in particul the consumer and what's ppening on the inventories front mig give light as to where we are ading. maria: we bacally have seen what happened in the first quarter. noneeless the gdp is expected to be six nths of a percent. wow.w. talking about anemic situatio here. >> you have recalibration, it gets refocused down to . .6, .7, i'm hopethat we are going to sta talking -- candidates a going to start talking about thonomy because don't forget hlary clinton wi actually be coinuing on, dagen, as you saidith barack obama's policies, u can sein a peectly timed storm that all the earnings are cing out and growth i is anemic and ty are talking about everhing except the economy. dagen: she wants to makehe tax code complicated.
>> raise taxes. yeah, that will help. dagen: i want to ask aut the valuluation of the market. as of miday yesterday, months earnings d that's premiuto what we have seen in recent history. does the market rely look like a buy here? >> well, my eqty colleagues have been a bit cautio about the u.s. stock mket for significant portions of recent weeks, obvusly we are quite a bit off the lo as i mentioned fore. i think the equiti guy would agree that the market don't look cheap, wen the fixed income side we areocusing on the valuatn and d rates and cred spread sectors, we think rates should back up from whe theyre. we are seen thatn recent weeks. the growth that we just diussed shouldop them off at a ty moderate level. spreads we continue to rema positive on thfiincome
mark. the equityarkets are obviously relate the earning season very important for both. maria: you have the fed meing and the nk of f japan meeting, hodoes that play rj, the federal reserve kicking f the twday meeting toda are you expecting a moven interest rat and what do you expect out of jan on thursday? >> we n't expect to change interest rates. we will gethe results tomoow. the improvements frothe crazy start of the year have beeto tentate, t momentum has clearly slowed even if ware expanding at margina rates. all ey will be on the tone of the d's statement. that firstaragraph in the statement describes w they see the economy, h will they assess the first-quarter slowowdown, how are they gng to assess the irovement of nditions.
i think they're onold. over recenyears, they've been arply declining the expecte level the feds ra. maria: we will lea it there. no exptaon from the japan meeting. rj, good to see yo sir, thank you muc >> thank you very ch. rj gallo. weill have this unbelievable photos and t details of this new pool rig here in new york city. e primary lines might not be the only ones whigh in today, retlers giving out free pretl in hor of ptzel day. wee some in the studio. they broughtough in the shape predential fac.
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when they thout they should westart savior retirement.ople th we asked somelder p people whenhey actually did starart sa. this gap betetweenn we should start savi and when wactually do is one of the reasons why too many of us aren'n't prepared for retirement. just start as eay as y can. it's gng to pay off in the fute. if we alstart saving a little mortoday, we'll all better prepared tomorro prudential bring your challenges. maria: welcome back in a tueay morning. i am maria bartiromo 6: a. on the east coast this morning. the east underwentalse claim. lls have been open in
connecticut about 30 min. donald trumpnd hillary clinton holding on his strongly. >> had the greatest rerespect to senatorr sande.. but real w what he and his supporters are now saying stst esn't matter. i had to .7 7 million were bot i have more than 200 timor pledgedd delegates. of crsrse we are going to work together. as i said, i i share a lot of te same goals. > reach out not only to my suororters, but the american people with an agenda eyey believe will repreresent the interests of working famamilies comenn lower income llll. ththose of us concerned about te environment anand not just money interest. >> we will take a direrect to a polling ple e coming out that good professor at the nenew x te nation why she was terminate dramatic videoor a smalllalane
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ellililly reported earnings that met expectations. that is when tooucuch. apple is repteted after the close. twitteisis well reported eaearnings may. a five state mararathohon on the east coaoa. gop front runner donald d trump slamming rivals afafter they jon forcrces to blocock his path toe republican nomominion. rick leveventhal with the very latest where polls wilopopen in 3030 minutes. >> just under 30 minutes. tuturnout expected to be strong here in pennsylvaniaia and fou other states will take i is t t. donald trump to o do very well possibly sweweeping offenense they've been inching closer toto ththe magical number a1200 or defend delicate e and we saw h support in west chesr, pennlvia where he spoke in an auditorium filled toapacy with about 3000eoe and tside line of roughly 3000
moreeople who couldn't get i the lilinetrching for severa city blos. 700 protesters turned outith police keepinghe peace. trump dinot disappoint pporters. he came up firing at senat uz and governor kasich suggestinghey are playing against him.g to collude governor kich neededo learn theanne.. >> i have nevereen a human bebeing eain such a disgusting fashion. i am always ie mae y young andnd , alwa with my kids, all of them. say children, smal little bites. this guy tes a pancake and a oving it in his mouth. it is disstin do you want that for your president? i don't think so. hostly, it is disgusting. reporter: there's clearly right way and wronway to eat pancakes.
how do you eat yours? mari fork and kni. watching that crackingp on the side. heust says that the way it is. we we all just died lauing. but it resonates. he's eating and d it's rooted in truth. i lolove by the way. everybody is watched said what are you doing, but outside the bed but t the noodles come the noodles, spaghetti. maria: oweweall by design. hehe wanted to be one of the people and eat. it was all by design. >> there is nolliance here. ju whater. dagen: i havonly one rule with my family.
i haveeen photographed at christmas records even wi showing up for the nex10 years. do not phohotograph me when i am eating. i don'cacare if it's video or still photo. maria: cruz and kasich c came together. trump is calngng a collusion.. >>s s not pollution. it's's a badge of honor. you shldld be flattered. two people tt t can get the required d delates to get the nomination team ouough. it is cleaear what they are doi. they a obviously joiningng forces. i think it backfires. i thk it emboln n noonly ranking democratbut others decide if th's'shat they're gointoto do, if they don't have e e to show up for my sake, i am vinfor trump. i i think will backfe. yoyo take indiana, i'll ta oregon. >> it was an interesti strategy and poorlrly e execute.
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they havave a supermajority. >> i likike reaganan's question rlier. that was howow fungible are thee people, the supporters. are they going to go too trump? hillary y clinton look at all te delegates. the sanders closowown tonight? immaculate makake demands and ty stard making them. dagen: the yououngeople stay in their garments and note e whever th smoke. >> n nurng 20% to 30% mit flip over to trump and the st of themtay home. 50% would rather vote r nobody. you're going to to be some flip over. maria: t rh and famous. see new yorkers to take a dive in a cement pools suspended 300 feet into the ai check is out. this is going toe gorgeous. we've got to takyou there
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fifinally, some of new york's richest people hava a very unusual perk i in a new building set for mpmpletion next year. american building on first avenenue and 35th street are going to fearere a cement pools between twtwo towers, 300 feet n the a.. that a at the pos going to be. ththe towers has been n accusedf vampires they building trying to spend that. i don'n't know. i'd love to swim but i t tnk that would freak me out. maria: because you a are swimmig and d looking down 300 ft.t. >> i don't want t to be e the ft to do it. cheryl will be there.. we will do it t together. maria: of really looks beauautiful. gen: howow long before somebody skinny dipped?
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maria: welcome back. not onlys it a presidential primary five states, but ao national pretz day. all the more reasoto celebrate by creating pretzels. uble jump from hillary clion and ted cruz gavphilly pretzel some prep those. us now with ese look delicious. tells about the excitement around a primary and howou came up with this ea. >> i worked up perfect because it'sririmary day n national przel day which is to bud holiday byhe way. "-begin-quote free preels on alof our locations all day long. we we excited this morning because every store has had coupon for the fir 100 customers. they each get free pretzs for e whole month of may. look a coupon and me every day and give free pretzels. maria: awesome.
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>> the nature of the camampaign has change could restart off the 17 candidates in the e exciting repupublican fight for the nomination. thdiscussion has change. it is now narrowowed down at reretailerer would l love to haa one-on-one debate and the amount of depth in n terms of the issus that we haven't seen before. earlier debates s where you have 10 more people upon the stage, 302nd responseses. it's not getting to the heheartf these issues that are e so important right t now sleep at e country on a path to recovery after seveyears of little democratic learsrship. maria: you are a t trump supporter. whatat about that? will he e debate at cruz? >> first of all, unlikike other candidateses. what has changed alslso is the fafact thahat ted and kasich are mathematalally eliminated yeyet that's the difference why w we would debate somomeone who can't mathemematically win.
it is over after tonight. he's done a remamarkable job. but it's over. hillary is going to be the nominee after tonighght and dond is goioi to al be the nominee, much cloloser after today and especially after indiana. maria: what abobout that? if it's mathematatically impossible to get to 1237, whaht is the want to do? what does he thihink happened tt ththe contested convention? >> i like e senator brown. it's wrong on ththis issue invented that no candidate i is going to get the majajority of vote t to clear it on the first ballot. we will l have been h historic t that will go more than o one ballot and therere does deserveo be a debate among the reaealistc pathway come out toto the convention altlternately as a repupublican nominee. both will have been is t the f t ballot don't look at two o d momost of the delegates are free to vote theieir conscience.
theyey would leave the rublican party to an unprecededented disastster in modern t times, nt onlyly ling the white house by demomocratic and the supupreme t in the nexext 25 years with so much at stake e and it's only tt it will go t to a contested convention. the voters of indianana deserveo having a substantive debebate. the democrdedemocrat s don't seemem to be afraid to debate on their side. why isis donald trump so afraido debate takers > ilec thank you. veryry t thoughtful. the sky is falliling, we're goig to losthe senate. all senate. alalbeit it senate. alall e other things as a falsee premise. ght now the polling g comingng closer hillary and donald h have high negatives you donald has a a chance to work on n his negativs versus hillary's.. once again, getting back to thte basics, if you can't getet the numberers you should d get out.
now he c can't get the numbers stand that is why she a k kasich are joining forces andnd that's why users in a shift away y from both of them to donald tmp. would yoyou say? >> a shot good look. as we go forward here, donald trtrump is n not able to console the republican base bebehind hi. normally at this stagege if youo back the last t several cycles. the repupublican front runner ages usually ablto consolidate the repupublican ba. double charm can't d do that because number two t the guy kes on insulting the plalanninand as a result of that dememonstratese cannot build coalition. the reason it causes y you to jacqueline behind ted crcruz and john mccain -- i'm sorry, johohn
kasich is because he doeoesn't understand pololitics and he doesn'n't undersnd the importance of cocoalition ilding. he doesn't know what he's talking about. at the end of the day whwhen we have a clear st between n donald trump and ted cruz, we knonow tt most republicanototers overwhelmingly to that onene donald trurump is the republican nominee. >> to o have a one-on-one contet because john kasich didid not sy my voterers and supporters in indiana vovo for ted cruz. he said i never ldld them not to vote f for me. they ought to vote for me. hohow much good does it do youo? >> is helpfuful because it gives us a c clear shot in indiana. everyone i is john kasich is a fact or the ste e of indiana. that is coming out. going forwrwareveveryone knows that's important that asas we go forwrward. whwhen we have a one-on-one contest in the state thahat are out there, w we know we will do well. maria: that me ask you a aboutut
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when a grown man wears a jersey. are you kidding me, every ma-- i've got brady jseys. maria:a: u. r. scott brown. >> i l love tom bra.. 's talking in terms of me, is. >> everyone in our familhas brady or you namame it. i love you till men. i lo everybody. maria: coming up, next hour, "mornings with maria." eric tmpmp, donald trump song along thth the chairman and ceo in tru supporter harold had. join us for thought business exclusive. don't t miss it. the art of coffee.e. it will l clamber reset drawing faceatat the presidentl candidates. how perfect for sctt brown. there is one of sesenator scott brn n right.
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military gra security. weill bring it to you. features indice a higher ening for broader averages today. economic data out this morning. 've got a lot coming up including the peak weefor first-quarteearnings. all ofhose in tt this hour. donald trump supporter scott brown wiwiths in the studio at fox news contributor of memegyn mccain. good to see you both. la to talk a abo coming out here to supeper tuesday has the right that t theolollsre now op in connecticut a and they are open in all l but five states. they will remain open until 8:0000 p.m. this evening. donald trump s still holds a commandiding lead with 118 delegates up for grarabs on the gogop side today. on thehe oer side, hillary clinton and bernie sandeders battling it out fofor the 462 delegagates. candidates d debe the campaign trail in a last-diditch effort o securere vototes
>> kasich is doing worsese than manyny people who left a month ago. if y you look at marco rubio, he did much better an kasich. key to t this day has more delegates. this i is st a guy who i stubborn guy who eats s like a slob a andhouldn't have a press conferencehihile he is stuffing stuffed down his thrhroa >> t to john kasichampaign announced theyey are pulling out of indiana, leaving g this is a dict one-on-one choice for t the people of inindiana betrayed our campaign and donald trump hadd the chchois important for the country and i will tell you u it been 46 days s since the last republican debate. it's hard to dispute that. >> at some point if you wawant o be presidentnt of the united statates, you've got to get famimiliar with the united stat. you'veve g to spend time with
amerericans of all sorts of backgrounds. >> i i'vchosen to take a path of telling people the p proemems ae rereal but we can solve these problems. i am trying toto peddleope. hope ithe ort term doesn't get a lot of attention bause it's too positive. gative is wt works is >> the reason we have do so well is th we are doing something very u unusual in modn amererican politics tell a pcher is. maria: joining us s right now ia ststinguished viting fellow at contributor stevmomoore poliliticalnanalyst, anthony willlliams. goodo o see you both. let's talk about where we e in the race at is point. this ian important set of contest tay. >> a few weeks ago i saidn your shothat the lady was close to singing. i do think if john mccain sweeps thestate does all the
polls indicate -- >> i don't understan >> y just said john mccain. megyn mccain itting right nenext to you. >> if he went for by the w, i don't have aorse in this race. i lovell these guys. i like kasi and crews. the point here is that what point do the senators say he's their nomimine that's very behind in. start spending money to attack hillary. >> we brought it up ththis morng anand you have followed these as we stillo o after indiana, spending hundreds s of thousands miioions at what point do we fifigured ot and shifted to hillary?
>> hdid figure it out a lo time ago. donald trump is one ini want to be on t winning ticket. th was another freudians let. nning ticket. let's eat pretze. at the day, when you looat this race d this new strategy, ted cr teaming up wi john kasich donald trump calling it rich what do you think? >> not rich. sperate times call for desperate measures. there's only so many more moves collectively the two c make. afraid to tell them it's w too little and far too late. if they were seriousbout geing in front of th candidacy, they uld've had to makeke some type of move over tt summer a decide we recognize this is something that'soing to be realnd very plausible moving forward. >> i think f the last nine mohs, everyone has undestimated donald trump.
that's why did not b belve for one minunute these polls as they donald trump cannot beat h hilly clininton. maria: you think d donald trump will b beat hihillary? >> athe competitive race. this ia co flip righ now. >> key is the typical dococra was like a docrats democrarat congng o ove maria: h he cacame on first thin the morninanand basically said lookok, ve been doing electis for 30 years and i've beenen a longtime docratic strategist. buatat done with hillary's lies. >> i thinke e shouldt live in a vacuum where everyone is supporting dalald trump. the lendale is -- if you want to make it to the white house about the hispanic vote from thehe london abo, , it's not a foreseeable pathway. >> you're exactly right. the fifirst thing he has to do s win back republican women.
>> you make an excellent pnt. the coalition areredictably would support hillary woulbe strong. she's got in the voter tnout. that's going to be a big deaea you are brave. trump is unfavable but there is more enthuasm. the reblican party is more tud d into the race right now. >> her negativives are six or seven points behinind. >> the biggest voting g bloc rit now a sisile women in america is upup for grabs. if you are insnsulting everyone leftft a right in doing the thingsgs, turns people like me off. >> at the exact right. what has been the theme ofof ths election f from the very start?? change, chahange. data want more of back obama. i don't undersnd how hillary carun the issues feel to the status quo candidate. >> you are rigight. he needs a l lot of work.
>> we know thessues. can he do it? would you think. >> i think this. donanald trump has said very outlandish t things that have turned a lot of people off. but i thinink donald trump has experienced the television. he representnts e intersection of media and politics s and if e can conncingly move f forward in a geneneral -- a different messenger. >> the familily was always donad junior and i thought it. people that wowo better than others and take away public persona versus who he rereally . >> people keep talking about t e gender gap in theirs no question. trtrump has a huge gender gap issue, but so does hilillary. 35% % of white males. that status. >> clinton iss takg g a donald trump. the billionae gop fronont-runner
is out of f touch with the amererican people. watch this. >>hey don't just buy the bigig jet in and landed. don't make a b big speech and insult everybodydy you can think of and then go back, get o on te big jet and go back toour country club hsese in florida or your p penthouse in new york. i sometimeses don't think that puts you in touch with what t is going on. mari wow, wow, wow. >> issue for real? >> s's not a natural born politician likher husband of barack obama she's lking about how donald trump does she rember when she touts abouitit in the white house broke in half itite house broke d how white house broke in half and sent out oe or many of thisountry >> give me a bak. she spends about 2 milli ades. nth d slide herself on prive planes herself.
she is just out tou unfortunatelbut the american people. >> she's not self reflt, mamaria. maria: and the speeches. $225,000 a speech on average. > i know you've been to tru rallies. i've been to several of them. the e interesting thing is that the slicice americana. >> are there a lot o minorities >> there are. it looks like e widest rally in the history of repubns. >> but with all his bill he renates. >>'ve not seen any politician last 25 years he resosonas with working-g-class amicans. >> i think you make a a very god point. you probably will put thee
minorities who h have seen on ts day is out of this primary. i tnk h he's i thihink this is good or bad, e either reappeared at a debate is gooood you get there fifirs there's no rhyme or reason too read. it really isis the massive rallieies. >> i've hearard that talk. >> is close toto donald trump.. >> t that's ridiculous. >> i thi herman n cain is a. donald trumpmp wts to reach out. yoyou want me to take him seriously? herman caihahad many scandals ththat he was running. i remember covering that. i then remember his miststress' name, ginger w way i want to take t this man seriously.y. u should have a running mate. >> is not what everyone wanan. ria: good to see you. make sure to tune in.
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did they monetize that. that's what analystsre looking up. >> that's always thessue. how do you m monetize the business? waiting on sustained profitability for the e company and ththe whole speculation that has taken over. i'm more i interested in apple quarter. dagen: absolutely. double-digit decline in venue and the number of iphone sold. en apple smingly in the last three months if t even lonr than that habe focused on fighting the fbi. i think is shaholder, there was so much phasis from tim cook and people at t very top of t contrary on battling the government on the sabernardino terrorist iphone tt i think ithines in the event greer pot which is going to be lousy. the stock is flat. there's not ough side factors into i ifesults don't snkoo much.
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can do anygency can access it today thout a warrant and they do. agents have been getng e-mails r years havbeen been working to defeat this, overturn this. i'm a cospsor of the bill to say that they cano longer do this you need to gea rrant that you cannot jusust go and ask if somebodydy e-mail. byby the way, they don't have to notify you. if they pued youour data, if they found something they wantnt to go with a criminal investigatation agency.y. we are going to vote t this week review will see a strong v vote, somethining that can get signed into law. >> bullet go through? there is a log jam and wilill te president sign it. > this is a bill ththat if it does e end u i iff this is on barack obama stats, , he will he a hahardrdime vetoing it, even though the federal agencncie accessing privivate e-mails rigt w want to kekeep being able e to
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election. po aired on n monday said the majority a ask -- and you raised a record amount of cacas. tell us about that and wherere e money went and how you see t the electition. >> the repeport is inaccccate. mostst are a a time is spent wog on buildin coalitions the housue majoririty whip to work with members anand we've got 246 houe repuicans. not all ofof us think alikeke. we've got to be e made in all te time during l lunch. every monday we aree talking about ththe detailed policy discusussions about howo o get spending underonontrol. those are the things we ta about. you do fdrdraiser in the afternoon most elite. the e number one primary o objee that i have in all o of my colleagues havave is t to repret coconstituents that elected us d
get the untry back on track. mamari tell us about thatat. where's the leadership see t ths election goingng? >> i s still think it's a very winnable race between donanald trp p and ted cruz and i don't think anybody elelse will be our nominee out of cleveland. it wouldld be a mistake for anye beyond the bululk of the electotorate. they have voted for either tremper grooooves and that would be our nomininee going up againt hillary clinton who nobobody truststs. if you look at b bernie sanders supporters, yet supporterers dot even trust her. it is a racee e are gog to win and we have toto win bse so much is take. not just the white housee the supreme court the directn our country solomon line. that's why you seeuch record turnout. maria: deseeded ump cruz tick? >> i think it'possible whether it itrump and crue brokers can be fiscally replacent. at the end of the day we wi
win this race againsnst hillary clinton.n. people know w were heading in the righght direction. that is later seen it. dagen: at its 15,000 contributions of $33,400. can you do it? >> y you've seen in the primaris ababout as much money as has ben bent in the past to o candidates do really well. in thehe end that money will be there. the question is s simply going o have to come togogether, unifi t the end of the clevelaland primy and the e convention. i think we will. people knonow what is at stake. the people are rning because they want to tn the country arnd. they are not going to lethis gein a personality site at the end. we will walk out with one nominee. oncee e are unified, we will do in the race and atillary clinto maria: we alwaysalk about policynd try to get the substance of the issues. before you go,ou would like to
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us, big da supeper tuesday 3.0. hohow are you feeling? i was wi m my father yesterday, rhode island, pennsylvania, , three different rallies, ty y were packeked and massive and i was truly one of t g great days on the campaign. he h had so much fun, it was all over t p place and the crowds and energy. h s such an amazing day a i thk k we'll have a great night tonight. maria: i see it, i'm watatching him at these rallies and h he gets people so pumped . . meghan mccain was ititical earlier and said, look, dodonal trumhas a jojor problem with women and with hispanics. i know he won n the jojority of women in new york d d he won hispspanics in nevevada, but wh about natitionallyly? >> i it's such an easy sound bie to throw around. you said it t was with new york right? we wonon 59% of women voters in new york, it's incrcredible. look at nevada as you mentioned, the hisispanic vote and floridida and so many other states. we are a a winning these cateries of people they likeke the messagage. so many of these catategories o people a are at a disadvantage job-wise i in this country whic
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hockey arenas theye never had crowds the size what they had yestery. 15,000eople with another 10,000 people outside. it w electric. that's the only word to use, it'seally, really electric. pesylvania is amazing state and unfortunat pennsylvania, mins of people go t to vo, but only voting for 17 delegas and at's why it's important for people tvote for the legates. maria: and bring in e coidential resources ceo and trump supporter ll join the coersation. thanks foroining us. >> i'mlad, maria. maria: eric trump is sitng he. we want hear fr a business person like yourself whos so, you know, informed in erms i of thesss that are important b business and job creaon andnd tell us why you're supporting donald trp. >> well, he's an entrepreur like the rest of us and he made t hard w himself. and i think also, there'just
a basibelief that he's tapped ininto here in america that america can be strong again d grt again and american peoplethey're reacting to that and i beeve e that, you know, we all suld stand up for him. he's doing right stutuff. 's word ve hard. it's been a l race, but, you know, he'sersevering. m here for him. maria: it's trueeric, busisiness people get it wit your father because ey know what he's done in teterms of employees, in terms of creatatig jobs and that's atat harold is talking about. >> surure, and harold is an amazing guy and my f father ha so much respect fofor you, harold, i hahave to say, but whn he came ouout, i really looked t that and i it epitomizes everythi that t my father said, let's get the bebestst, smartes pepeopople and harold's that person. let's get the bestst, smarst people out t tre and let's have ththose people make the deals fr this countryry and let's get those ople invololved in the movemement and letet's not just have politicical hacks as my father likes to say rurunning
this country. and really, when he came outut, harold, we have e to thank you and the e family, you've been a amazing friends, butut when he came out it epitomized thehe message e my father has been sasaying since day one of the campaign. maria:a: what do you think, harold, when therere are groups who perhaps hasn't gone e all i. eric makes obviously t the righ point and that's that trump gogt more than the majority of wowomn in new yor gotot the na majority of hispanics in vada, but on a national level, some people a qutioning whether he can beat hiary on those groups. what do yothink? >> i tnk he will. obviouy, thas what's going on today. a lot of peoe arare so discouraged th what they've seen with h is administration and basically hillarclinton would brre of the same. anso, you know, they're ready for r a change. th're ready for somebo that has thcourage anthe willpower toto makake e changes necessssy to do what's right for this cou.
and so that's wh he'e's tabbed in. maria: you in, peoe feel like the couny needs a business person at this pnt. we're looking at live ctures of peoplvoting and eric, they are voting becse of f the econom th are voting because they want to knowhere is my econic opptunity right now. >> you know,here's a chart i saw a coup of days ago that showed manacturing jobs in the s.ince 2000. the chart goes le this. with a downwarangle at a 45 degree, it was so, so sad. we're losing o jobs. wee losing our economy, it's gog overseas, worse and worse and worse. anthey're talking more taxes and mo regulation and more this and morthat. maria: rig. >> and no drling for oil and nooing this. and i mean, you know, 're on importing, we're not expoing. we're onlyuying things from overseas, it's so, so sad.d. it's a sf-perpetuating problem and we have to x that problem. maria: your fathther mentis a t they're manipulating t currency.
harold fropennsylvania, obviously, big manufacturing state and they've got l. how would you characteze t the vironmentoday in terms of the the economy in tms of manufacturg? we've got data out ts mornin durable goods is weaker than pected or, you kn, we're lookingng a thesese under pressure. wh a are you seeing out there?e? well, i think that eric p put his finger rigight on the hot button and that't's gulations. i mean, we've bebeenegulated to death inin ts industry. we call it death by y a thousan cuts and, you know, , that's ke to -- you can't reregulate all f business, you know, out of business herere in the u.s. you know? ? and that makes us more dependent on the middle eastst and everything else. pennsylvlvania is a big part of ththatndnd realize that marsali is a great p play, you know, clean,n, abundant, natural g gaa 20year supply and it's been n brought on by entrepreneur yeah, we need to s stop, y you
knowow, overregulating industry today in america. maria: the o p prices are at $4a baelnd obvusly th has -- 's aot bter an wt weaw earli in e ye. ouhinkhihileveis aible ven at y're dema?theren tes of >> wl, yno w whave increasedendecau of w pres. this year, we've got that 1.3 million baels of new oil demand in the world. maria: yeah. >> and also, we've sn this go down. th price is unsustainable. we know that. the price is rebounding and we've gonbounds e seco half of this year. theyill get better, but we have to be prepared foit here in a america and our industry i prepareded for it. wewe've toughed it out. maria: harold, you were mimitt roromney's energy advisor in 2012. eric, , this is a big endorsemet frfrom the guy who was an advisr to romney who bacally came out and trieied to undo your fafather.
>> yeah, thawawas him playing a popolitical move. and harold, we've knowown him foforever and my father justst thinks of world of you, anand yu knknow that, hold. again, ispeaeaks to the message ofof having ththe best people making our deaeals for this country and i think that haharod would be amazingng no one knows the energrgy secto better thahan he does and truly means a lot to the family. maria: harold, do you want a a position in trumump's administraonon? >> well, no, , it's totally unsosolicited. i thought ifif i can help out here by bebeing supportive, that's's what i want t to do an thatat's why i endorse. maria: because youdvdvised mitt romney, but you also p previousy donated to marcoububio's campaign. so what happen? ? what wast,t, what was the sort straw that broke the camel' ck that send you onto the trump ain? well, i didn't -- i wasn't
big supporteof anybody in n this cpaign atll. i digogoo the event tha volved, you know, with t hicks there dallas, i went downo that andhepicked it up thai was a bisupporter of rio. but we've been agnostiup until now in this racend we wanto come out at this time thgh and support donald trump. maria: and final qion, eric, when youee things like cruz and kasich gett together, saying, look, 're going to have a stragy to take down donald trumpw do you pushack? >> i'm not a polital guy, but when you s a failed candidate, meaningne that's 1 and 42 versus another ed candidate us another fai candidate, it couldn't e a winning caidate. if you take their legates and t it together, they don't equal what we have it's. we should be turning our attention tolary. we'll get 237, no question
about it. and we're into win five stat cruz is probaboing to come in lost in at all of the i wishhe leadership would say we've got to pa pony, he's mill ovotes ahead. and more so tonight and afte california, let's get hind him and start that mison against beating llary. we have amazing polls s yesterdy that show us neck and neck w wih her and that's before we s star on her. i wish we coululd get going andi really c call on the republican leadership, you know, to finally y make the call. you know, to finalally p pressusure on people who can't win this to o geout of the rarace. maria: we had steve on t the majority whip and he seemed d like he was moving in ththat direction. he s says it's clear this is th path. we'll see what happensns. you're expecting a conontested conventionon? >> no, i really think wewe get o the 1237. . almost no quesestion about it. when i i see the passion of the people t that reinforces it. maria: eric trump, harolold, god to see youou
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show, in my ten secoconds, show ququick what it looks like so far. > got the eyes right. >> you do. maria: oh, michael, meghan mccain, scottrown, dagen mcdowell. ththanyofor that. "varney & company" begeginright now anand stuart over to youthe latt right now, st stuart: thank you ve much indeed. now, look, this is big day for the reican party and this is donald trump's day. good morning, evyone. toda he's likely toweep five states. he leads in indiana and california, he the only guy whcan get the delegates needed. as of today, he's t clear path to win the republic nomination. the cruz-kasich stgy alliance h weakened. it was designed to concentra the anti-trump vot but kasich now says his suprters should still vote forim, even in states he is ved