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and raise your hands if you would not right now pledge to support the republican nominee and also pledge not to run a third party candidacy a question aimed at donald trump. here it is. raise your hand if you won't make that pledge tonight. mr. trump. (booing) >> that was the opening sound of this debate later on "hannity" donald trump explained he would use his leverage. why would he give up that leverage now. especially if he wouldn't n necessarily respect the nominee. chris christie of new jersey and rand paul of kentucky went head to head in what was clearly far and away the most contentious moment when they argued over the fact that rand paul wanted to do away with the bulk col next of meda data.
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prosecutor in new jersey trying to nail terrorists and use the law to nail terrorists. watch that exchange. >> i want to collect less records from terrorists and more from othnonterrorists. how do you do that. >> use the 4th ap mendment. i don't trust obama with all records. you gave him a big hug if you want to give him a big hug again, go right ahead. >> that was pretty tough stuff as brit hume said after. rand paul was the one person on stage to go after donald trump most aggressively saying he buys himself politicians. trump said he has given money to rand paul. >> this from marco rubio who by many analysts accounts turned in one of the better performances on the stage. here's marco rubio saying how he would campaign against hillary clinton in a general election. >> if i am our nominee how is
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hillary clinton going to lecture me about paycheck to paycheck. i was raised paycheck to paycheck. >> and boy, did hillary clinton get a lot of attention in last night's debated. in my twitter feed i had a lot of people saying to me what happened to senator ted cruz in texas why is he being treated like wallpaper. when he did get a chance to speak senator cruz exhibited the skills for rhetoric and debating for which he is known. here is senator cruz discussing how he would take the plight to isis. >> what we need is a commander-in-chief who makes clear if you join isis, if you wage jihad on america, then you are signing your death warrant. >> the only nonpolitician on the stage besides donald trump was retired neurosurgeon ben carson who turned in a performance that was engaging and heartfelt.
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here is part of hinz gauging closing statement. >> i am the only one that separates siamese twins. (laughter) the only one to operate on babies while they were still in a mother's womb the only one to take out half of a brain although you would think someone in washington had beat me to it. >> carson also spoke eloquently about race in america and other issues. i think he had a chance here in this debate to put himself on the radar of many americans watching at home. we will have more highlights at 5:30 at the bottom of the hour. >> james rosen live for us in dlooef land this morning. sthooivengs, james. >> after the big debate moderators bret baier and james wallace weighing in on who they thought won the night. >> in terms of winners, i think marco rubio did very well. he has been fading in the polls saying i am the candidate of change.
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the candidate of the 21st century. >> i think all of them had a moment. i think rubio had the most moments. >> many saying when it was his moment he took it. >> how is hillary clinton going to lecture me about living paycheck to paycheck. let me tell you what never gets talked about in the debates the people who called my office who have been waiting 15 years to come to the united states and they paid their fees and they hired a lawyer and they can't get in. they are wondering maybe i should come in illegally. >> all human life at every stage of the development is worthy of protection. i think that law already exists called the constitution of the united states. i think god blessed us. he blessed the republican party with candidates, the democrats, can you find one? >> when i am president of the united states we are going to have a v rasa that cares more a the president than.
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we can't just save the american dream we can expand it to reach more people and change more lives than ever before. >> does our panel agree did marco rubio really win the night and who are the losers? here to weigh in is wpa opinion research lisa booth. executive director at the accountability project leweki confe. it has been a long night for everyone. it is exciting. i thought the debate definitely played out like it would. who do you think were the winners? >> i think rubio was. >> doesn't he look good there? >> lisa, do you have a card? >> i think john kasich won. >> let's go through why. you agree it was rubio. >> i think he came close to john
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kasich. marco rubio, it was not his best performance. i think he started off a little includingish in the first -- with the first question. he knows the command of issues he has personality and he wasn't -- he didn't give us the arguments on stage with anybody else. i think that he really respected his colleagues which made him stand out. >> we have a winning moment from him. the winning moment you choose. let's listen. >> this country is facing an economy that has been radically transformed. the largest retailer in the country in the world today amazon doesn't even own a single store. these changes have been disruptive. they have changed people's lives. the jobs that once sustained our middle class they either don't pay enough or they are gone. we need someone who understands that as our nominee. if i am our nominee how is hillary clinton going to lecture me about living paycheck to paycheck?
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i was raised living paycheck to paycheck. >> lisa your winning moment with kasich. >> i think marco rubio had an excellent debate. i expected him to have the excellent debate. the reason why i choose john kasich he came into the race three weeks ago. this is someone who had a lot riding on this debate. he barely made 10th place to make it on the stage last night. i think he made the most of those moments. he was able to really call upon his experiences as governor and call upon his experiences in creating jobs in the state of ohio which is a must win state for republicans if we want to win -- if we want to win the general leblgs. i think he really did a good job of turning back to this time as governor, talking about job creation in this state and talking about his elect ability. >> let's listen to one of the moments you think was a winning moments for him. >> my father was a mailman. his father was a coal miner. my mother's mother could barely speak english and their son
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today stands on this podium in the great state of ohio not only as a governor but candidate for president of the united states. i do believe in miracles. >> we had a lot of winning moments but we had losing moments xhel. let's get to the losing xhomome. rand paul and donald trump. >> i want to collect more records from terrorists less records from other people. when you sit in a subcommittee blowing hot air like this you can say things like this. when you are responsible for protecting the lives of american people you need to make sure that's -- >> here's the problem. you fundamentally miss understand the bill of rights. >> honestly make it, if you don't like it i am sorry. i have been very nice to you although i could not be based on the way you have treated me, but i wouldn't do that.
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>> he said he wouldn't do it. >> there has been a lot of discussion about trump as there would be on social media. what do you think? you thought the loser was trump? >> i do think the loser was trump. trump had an opportunity to highlight his experiences and instead i think he was incredibly divisive. if you are calling for the republican nomination you get out of the way if you lose. he came across as divisive and combative especially to megyn kelly. i don't think that's going to help them with the primary voters if anything it will turn off a lot of people. >> do you think people really went after him, though. he was targeted. they went after him from the get go. >> he asked for it. >> nobody on stage is picking fights with the media the way donald trump is. i don't think anything -- iagre
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i wouldn't surprised. i thought he was going to be worse if you can believe that. the reason i choose brand paul he really does understand the issue. he does not perform well. he came off as an arrogant jerk. voters don't like to see that. surprisingly christie didn't see that. he appeared very strong on those issues. >> and i think for donald trump it is not just the combativeness he was unable to explain the previous stance on healthcare or previous stance on pro choice. it is a combination an actor sees between his record and he is incredibly combative. >> it will be interesting to see what the polls say following the debate. >> a lot of fireworks.
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>> it matters what voters think and who they want in office. frank luntz focus group, some changing their minds on the candidates they are supporting now. >> when you walked in here how many of you had a positive opinion of donald trump raise your hand overall. how many of you have a positive opinion of him now? who was negative toward trump when you walk tin here? who is negative now. >> you were a trump supporter when you walked in. >> yes, frank. i liked him when i came in here because i wasn't the politician. but right now, he skirted around questions better than lifelong politician ever had. >> what was your reaction to trump? >> i was expecting him to do a lot better. just crash and burn. he was mean, angry, he had no specifics, bombastic. >> you walked in a trump
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supporter. what happened? >> he let me down. i expected him to rise to the occasion and look presidential. he didn't. >> who skwichwitched your votes. who did you go to? >> huckabee. huckabee. >> cruz, cruz. >> huckabee. >> bad news for donald trump great news for ted cruz and mike huckabee. >> as the candidates faced off how did they are punches and proposals s resinate with viewers. >> here with more is co host clayton morris. >> did you watch it last night. social media exploded last night. it was surprising to see one of the big themes that emerged from social media it was on the fox moderators last night. they thought that fox moderators were unusually harsh at many of the candidates particularly donald trump. particularly this question from megyn kelly. >> you call women you don't like
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fat pigs, dogs, slobs and disgusting animals. >> only rosie o'donnell. >> no. it wasn't. >> and then tweet by rosie o'donnell. she jumped on social media last night. she said try explaining that to your kids. there were comments fast and furious across facebook as well. brenda on facebook said i think fox picked on trump and didn't offer him a level playing field. the quip on twitter writing two moderators why pit against each other and weaken. should have stuck are obama clinton failures. that was one big theme that emerged. who were the big winners last night on social media who did they add most candidates grab the most twitter followers? ben carson was emerging as one of the biggest winners. marco rubio came out on top. interestingly, earlier in the night the 5:00 p.m. debate guys
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ended up being one of the more interesting debates. carly fiorina was one of the most top searched for candidates except for alaska which was governor perry and louisiana which was bobby jindal. carly fiorina coming out from her 5:00 p.m. hour. they showed a sound bite of her during the 99 p.m. debate. >> she was solid. a lot of people agree with you on that one. >> the time is 15 minutes after the top of the hour. the top 10 gop candidates making promises and touting their records. >> $11 billion deficit on a $29 billion budget. >> true or false. we are fact checking the responses coming up next.
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>> crazy night. the search republicans that did not make the cut they faced off hours earlier. carly fee reason knee and rick perry generating the most buzz. the kristin fisher is live for us in washington. kristin i know you and i were tweeting back and forth it was a long night. hashtag long nighter. >> it was a long nighter. i have two words for you carly fiorina. she was on fire last night. she was sharp, precise. she seemed very smart and wasn't afraid to throw punches. not only did she hit back at republican opponents she hit back against hillary clinton. >> she lies about benghazi she lies about e-mail she is supporting planned parenthood. it will be a fight between conservatism and democrat party undermining the character of this nation.
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we need a nominee that is going to throw every punch not pull punches and someone who cannot stumble before he even gets into the ring. >> check out this map from google trend. it shows the top candidates from the google debate. she swept up from coast to coast. the only face not read is louisiana from bobby jindal. >> you know who tanked they didn't shine either. lindsay graham appeared sad or sleepily. but he had big moments when he said we need more troops on the ground in middle east in order to defeat isis. rick perry delivered a solid performance. here's how he handled the question what would you do on day one of the oval office? >> that iran negotiation is going to be torn up on day one. we are going to start the process of securing that border. i am also going to take a bottle of white out with me to get started on all of the executive
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orders that mr. obama put his name to. >> some of you are tying dying w what the candidates had to say about donald trump. that's later in the show. >> 20 after the top of the hour. people across the country gathered to watch the debate late night. >> i think the big problem this country has is being politically correct. >> our own peter crashed the party. that's next.
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>> were the frontrunnersable to get their facts correct. hear wi here with us now is reporter for real clear politics rebecca berg. thank you for being with us this morning. >> thank you, ainsley. >> jeb bush wants to increase the economy by 5 percent and add 9 million jobs. here's the sound bite. >> we have done it 27 times since world war ii. i think we need to lift our spirits and have high lifty expectations for this great country of ours. we can do this. >> rebecca true or false, can he do this? >> it isn't a clear true or false. it is lofty to achieve this kind of goal. most economists would say this is an unrealistic if not impossible goal. >> triple what 41 and 43 did
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combined. let's listen to chris christie about balancing the budget in new jersey. >> we balanced a budget and brought it into balance with no tax increases. >> true or false? did he do that? >> again some what true. he actually reduced a very important tax cut in new jersey the earned income tax credit. most would say kree duesing the tax credit is like reducing taxes because your take home pay goes down. i would say mostly false. >> let's go to donald trump. he says this about why he donated to hillary clinton's campaign and why he donated to many republicans there on the stage with him. >> if i ask him, if i need him. most of the people on this stage i have given to just so you understand a lot of money. >> not me. not me. >> so rebecca is that true did he give to most everyone on the stage? >> you saw livestock they can
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checking there from marco rubio. he did not receive any tempting money. charl rekris back in the day. actually it is true most of the candidates on stage majority have received donations from donald trump the exceptions being rubio of course, john kasich. we couldn't find any records of donations from donald trump. ben carson not a candidate he has not received money from donald trump. >> he is a businessman and gets favors in return. >> hillary going to his wedding being one of them. it is the number one issue on most american's mind the economy. which candidate delivered last night. our candidates as we go back live to cleveland. a live ak at o -- look at our p. kc and the sunshine band getting
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>> friday august 7th, 2015. just a few hours ago the republican candidates for president went head to head for the very first time. you are watching "fox & friends first". i am ainsley earhardt. >> i am heather childers. thank you for getting up early with us. long night for you. james rosen is in cleveland and clayton morris live in the studio. >> let's get right to james rosen for highlights from the big event late last night. james? >> ainsley and heather good morning from quicken loans arena from cleveland where this made for riveting television and illuminated debate as the top 10 candidates for the presidency
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shared the stage here. donald trump as we showed you it he top of the hour elicited boos from it the audience right at the get go when bret baier asked is there any one on stage who would refuse to support the potential nominee and any one on stage who would be willing to fore swear any third party candidacy. he scored on the subject of immigration when he defended his comments at his declaration speech some weeks ago that the mexican government is deliberately sending criminals rapists and gang members over the border. let's watch that sound bite. >> and the mexican government is much smarter, much sharper much more cunning and they send the bad ones over because they don't want to pay for them. they don't want to pay for them. why should they when the stupid leaders of the united states will do it for them. that's what's happening whether you like it or not.
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>> he did operate center stage figuratively and literally. the sharp comments came from chris christie and rand paul. they sparred over rand paul support for ending the bulk collect of meta data. he was a prosecutor in the years after 9-11 putting terrorists behind bars. let's watch that exchange. >> i want to collect more records from terrorists less records from other people. how are you supposed to know, megyn? >> use the 4th amendment. i don't trust president obama with all records. i know you gave him a big hug if you want to give him a big hug again go right ahead. >> the hugs he remembers were the hugs he gave to survivors' families after 9-11. senator rubio had a confident
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smooth debate. one of the smoothest. he avoided direct entanglements but here he took on hillary clinton. >> if i am hour nominee how is hillary clinton going to lecture me about living paycheck to paycheck. i was raised living paycheck to paycheck. >> senator ted cruz came in as the most formidable debater. he was excellent at it in college and law school. here is senator cruz talking national security. >> okay. sorry about that. let's talk a little bit about john kasich the home town favorite the ohio governor who at one point was asked what would he do in the event that one of his daughters wanted to get married to another woman? >> i happen to believe in traditional marriage. the court is ruled and will accept it. we need to give everybody a
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chance to treat everybody with respect and let them share in the american dream. i am going to love my daughters, i am going to will have them no matter what they do. >> governor jeb bush the former governor of florida came into this debate number 2 in the polling. to some he hadding it somethin prove whether he had fire in the belly. he was animated on the subject of education and tick lirly on his support of common core. here he is defending his record as florida governor on the subject of education. >> we have rising student achievement across the board because high standards robust accountability ending social promotion in third grade, real school choice across the board challenging the teacher's union and beating them is the way to go. low income kids in florida had the greatest gains inside the country. our graduation rate raised by 50 percent. that's what i am for.
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>> finally governor scott walker in wisconsin came in at number 3. he was thought to be able to unite the tea party ring and the establishment of the republican party. here is governor scott walker. >> if you have a system good system with many americans out there. em it is an unborn child in need of protection out there. i have said that unborn child can be protected and there will be others that will protect the life of the mother. >> riveting debate illuminating debate. he did an excellent job of keeping everyone in time. >> you did a great job with all of the highlights. so many great sound bikes. thanks so much, james. >> money matters. recent fox news polls show economic issues are most
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important to voters followed by agosnal security issues and immigration. how did the candidates stack up? here to weigh in from the political panel is executive director from the project and wpa research lisa booth. >> who did you think did the best job. hold up the pictures. li l lisa john kasich why? >> people are concerned about the economy. he has real world executive experience to point to. he is someone who highlighted the budget surplus because of him. being able to talk about that experience helps them in that arena. >> i choose christie for similar reasons.
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he understood the numbers he surprised me as a democrat who has been critical over chris christie. he went to the record. he surprised a lot of us on the left. >> national security is a huge issue this year. lisa i will start with you. who did the best job? >> carly fiorina from the 5:00 p.m. hour. she came across biting and scathing president obama iran deal. i think she was able to show knowledge on the issue. she showed leadership on this issue was very strong last night. >> you and the democrat agree on that one. >> i did agree. she prepared. she knows her sufficient inside and out. >> as a business leader who has traveled the world met with so many leaders ted cruz comes in a close security. he knows how to speak he knows
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how to trigger the base. >> last topic immigration. who did you pick? >> ted cruz, donald trump being able to tap into the anger regarding president obama's executive action on immigration. he was able to articulate and touch on some of the anger with voters talking about getting rid of president obama's executive action on immigration without being as divisive as donald trump has been on the issue. i think he wasable to kind of take a strong stance on immigration last night. >> you picked jeb bush. why? >> he's the only person on the stage who understood what comprehensive immigration reform is. he had the difference between legal status and past citizenship. he understands the effects of immigration, his immigration plan in florida. he understands this issue inside and out and was able to spin it back to the base voters. >> knowing first hand how to get through this. >> lisa and aneki great to he
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sue you this morning. >> thank you very much, ladies. 10 of the gop candidates gave it their all at the debate. the demographic many were hoping to reach a certain demographic being young voters. peter jonathan jr. went behind the scenes at a young republican debate watch party. take a look. >> it is a big night for the gop as the fox news facebook debate is about to begin. they are looking for millennials and they are right inside. >> let's play ball. let's play ball. florida governor jeb bush. >> people are going crazy. >> super bowl world series stanley cup. people are cheering. >> i have a candidate it is marco rubio. >> scott walker. >> i say rand paul. >> donald trump.
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>> big problem is being politically correct. >> win or lose donald trump brings excite to the republican party. >> it is good for the republican party. >> run to win. >> who is winning this debate? >> i think marco rubio is doing a great job. >> donald trump most consistent answers. >> i think in terms of the them donald trump. >> i think scott walker. >> 500 republicans and democrats came together to watch the fox news debate. and it was an exciting night. >> peter johnson jr. to for us. promises promises. vowing to repeal president obama's executive actions. >> the first thing i intend to
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do is rescind every uncontusionnal executive action byback obama. >> you do something and suppress it from wages. >> do they have the power to deliver on the promises? we are fact checking the promises up next. ♪ i built my business with passion. but i keep it growing by making every dollar count. that's why i have the spark cash card from capital one. i earn unlimited 2% cash back on everything i buy for my studio. ♪ ss
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simultaneo simultaneous>> welcome back to america's election headquarters, fox friends first. the candidates tackling tough issues last night. were the candidatesable to handle the pressure and get the acts right? double check some of the candidate's responses political reporter for real clear politics katelyn burn. thank you for joining us this morning. >> good morning. katelyn, first we are going to tackle donald trump. he said immigration is only a campaign issue because he
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actually started talking about it. am let's listen to what he said then i will get your response. >> if it weren't for me you wouldn't even be talking about illegal immigration. this was not a subject that was on anybody's mind until i brought it up at mayan announcement. >> katelyn, what do you think? >> the republican party has been talking about immigration for a long time. they started working on a comprehensive bill when george w. bush was president and still haven't been able to pass one. after the 2012 election after mitt romney lost to latinos the republican party made a concerted effort to try to reach out to minority voters. it has been a big part of the plan for the gop. also we saw the senate bill try to get across years ago and that failed bringing the issue to light. trump elevated it. >> he has elevated it. brought it to the forefront.
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>> multiple candidates vowing to undo obama's executive actions immediately. listen to this. >> the first thing i intend to do is rescind. >> you give in to obamacare and replace it with something that doesn't suppress agents. >> we need to repeal and replace obamacare and last but repeal don frank. it is eviscerating small businesses. >> what are your thoughts? >> this is the executive order issue, the i go big issue with republicans. it is easier said than done. it depends on what the orders are. there are different protocols for both. i think they will find it harder with some than others. the healthcare law is a good example of that we have seen it around for four years and the supreme court hoarding it --
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holding it up. there will be opportunities. that one is a maybe. >> ted cruz. majority of people on the stage supporting amnesty. is that true? oo a majority on the stage supported amnesty. i have never supported amnesty. what do you think? was that a true statement? >> well, when conservatives talk about amnesty they are talking about the pathway to citizenship that was offered in that comprehensive bill we saw a couple years ago. if that's the definition then we have seen several of these candidates at one time or another support pathway to citizenship, jeb bush, marco rubio and scott walker, actually, though he has walked that back recently. several of these candidates have. >> caitlin burns. thank you for your insight. >> 45 minutes after the top of
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the hour. what was hillary clinton doing hanging out with kim kardashian. sounding off on the democratic frontrunner.
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. back now with more on our top story. first gop debate making huge news but one presidential hopeful didn't bother to tune in. >> hillary clinton saying she was just too busy to watch. "fox and friends weekend" host joins us now and how she spent her evening instead. >> good morning. while millions of americans tune into the gop debate, democratic hopeful hillary clinton was not one of them. the clinton camp said she had no
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plans to watch the debate even sending out this e-mail. ten republican men are on national tv arguing over which one will do the best job of dragging our country backwards. they are out of step with the kind of country americans want for themselves and their children. even without the leading democrat in the audience the gop candidates still took their own shots. >> if hillary is the candidate, which i doubt, that would be a dream come true. she counts on the fact that people are uninformed. >> we've seen the consequences of the obama/clinton foreign policy. leading from behind is a disaster. >> it's sad to think that the russian and chinese government know more about hillary clinton's e-mail server than the united states congress. >> this election has been a whole lot about a person who is very high in the polls, but doesn't have a clue about how to govern. a person who has been filled with scandals, and who could not
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lead. and of course i'm talking about hillary clinton. >> so where was hillary during the debate? she was rubbing elbows with hollywood. kim kardashian tweeting out this selfie of her, clinton and kanye west at a $2700 per plate fundraiser. bernie sanders took his own swings at candidates. scot walker, repeal obamacare, throw millions of more people off their health insurance? great idea. he hit at jeb bush talking about killing jobs. when your brother left office we were hem harringtoning 800,000 jobs a month. and you want more of the same? at the end, hillary was getting updates on the debate even though she didn't watch it live. >> thank you. time now is about eight minutes to the top of the hour. one of the most talked about moments of last night's gop debate. >> you called women you don't like fat pigs.
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season but did the candidates win over voters on social media. >> here to break down the social media response is clayton morris. >> it exploded last night. let's talk about some social media. number one, one of the most trending topics, it was a little harsh last night for fox moderators. that was a theme that was emerging from a lot of the tweets last night. they thought the moderators were particularly harsh against donald trump in some of the lines of questioning particularly this questioning from megyn kelly. you called women you don't like fat pigs, dogs, slobs and disgusting animals. your twitter account -- >> only rosie o'donnell. [ laughter ] >> no, it wasn't. >> social media exploded. couldn't believe that question was asked. rosie o'donnell took to twitter to respond. try explaining that to your kids. then cecilia wrote in i thought
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cruz, huckabee and rubio were great. liz said i was surprised no questions were asked about our va. each candidate should have had a question regarding what they will do to change the system. the 5:00 p.m. hour who emerged at the top of that list? it was carly fiorina. she was the top searched for individual and candidate during the 5:00 p.m. debate. a lot of people thought she did really well. governor perry and louisiana governor jindal. overwhelmingly it was carly fiorina on that map. who was well received in general? marco rubio emerged. jeb bush in second. donald trump in third. the top searched google candidate last night after the 9:00 p.m. debate is this gentleman here, senator ted cruz. last night google searches he emerged 67% of the google trends people searching for ted cruz last night. >> thank you so much. very interesting to watch all of that unfold. >> absolutely.
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great job. let's keep talking about the debate, who won, who lost and what were your favorite moments. >> logon to "fox & friends" facebook page to join the conversation. >> thanks for watching. sneend of the show. post-debate coverage continues right now on "fox & friends." have a great weekend. good morning to you. today is friday, august 7th. i'm elisabeth hasselbeck. debate night turns into fight night when donald trump with this. >> raise your hand now if you won't make that pledge tonight. >> mr. trump -- >> that was just the first question. wait until you see what happened next. >> yep. fireworks were flying. especially between chris christie and rand paul. >> listen, senator, when you're


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