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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 sitting in a subcommittee
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blowing hot air about this you can say things like that. >> i don't trust president obama with our records, i know you gave him a big hug and if you want to give him a big hug go right ahead. >> then they hugged it out. not! who got the upper hand? we'll report. we'll play the video. you'll decide. >> the biggest surprise of the night, the steady ben carson, the doctor. >> i'm the only one to separate siamese twins, i took out half a brain although if you went to washington you would think somebody beat me tight. >> who was the big winner? we have the analysis because this is fox and friends, home of the 2016 election.
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last night at 11:03 eastern time the debate ended on the shores of lake erie. this morning the official post-game show, all sorts of people who were part of the debate last night joined us live here on "fox & friends." >> take a look at this lineup. you recognize the faces. donald trump, governor scott walker, governor mike huckabee, carly fiorina, possibly the star of the 5:00 p.m. eastern time show and marco rubio will be here a man i find i can find a single person that was not impressed with him on stage last night. >> by the way, if you have questions you didn't feel were answered or you want answered today e-mail them to us. we'll stand by and those may be asked as the candidates come up. >> what a show. your pal rosie o'donnell back in the news. >> really. >> when you heard her name come up -- >> one name i didn't think would
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arise. >> we got a lot to discuss this morning. we got three hours to do it. so we start with this. >> first debate and possibly most important debate is in the books. >> while all eyes were on donald trump another candidate stole the spotlight in the early debate. >> fox news chief washington correspondent james rosen is live in cleveland. it was a late debate night. a fiery one james, what do we know today? >> good morning from the quicken loans arena where as you say amongst the thousands of people in the hall and millions watching at home all eyes were on center stage on donald trump, easily far and away the most unconventional front-runner. he hit his stride sometimes in this debate. at times he elicited great applause. at one point he said of the crowd i don't think they like me very much and got off to a rocky start with the audience elite sitting boos when he answered the first question and refused
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to agree that he would eventually not support whoever the nominee is and he refused to swear a third-party for the presidency. later to our fox news colleague sean hannity trump explained his reasoning. >> raise your hand right now if you won't make that pledge tonight. >> mr. trump. >> why should i give up that leverage if they don't treat me well. you're talking about the establishment republicans. if they don't treat me well why should i make that pledge. >> now earlier at 5:00 p.m. eastern time by bill hammer, we had what has been described as the happy hour debate. this featured the seven gop presidential candidates who did not make the top tier of polling averages according to major recent polls and there by most accounts the stand out performer was former ceo of hewlett-packard, carly fiorina who described at one point the
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two phone calls that she would make on her first day as president in the oval office. >> first one would be to my good friend benjamin netanyahu to assure him we would stand with israel. second would be to the supreme leader of iran and he might not take my phone call but the message is this we'll make it as difficult for you to move money around the global financial system. >> everyone seemed to equipped themselves fairly well. no major fireworks between candidates. we couldn't say that for the primetime debate. we saw chris christie and rand paul go after each other. on my twitter feed the greatest vitriol was not directed at the candidate but at the moderators who seemed to think in some respects we were too tough on the cane, some of them complained we ignored ted cruz
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for long stretches or we were too mean to donald trump. fascinating stuff. i thought they did a great job of eliciting the views of the candidates and keeping them to time. >> in terms of total time estimated that cruz got right in the middle, 6:28. trump 10:23. i don't think they have anything to go on that. >> james rosen, thank you very much. regarding the moderators nobody can accuse fox news channels throwing soft balls to the republicans as they have been many times. the reason so many people and the ratings will come out later today, the reason why people watched the debate is donald trump. he's made it interesting. from the get go, where he held up his hand and would not pledge not to run as a third-party candidate, donald trump was donald trump. if you missed it, here are some
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of the gems from last night. >> you've 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. >> the big problem this country has is being politically correct. [ applause ] i've been challenged by so many people and i don't frankly have time for total political correctness and to be honest with you, this country doesn't have time either. if it weren't for me, you wouldn't even be talking about illegal immigration. and i don't mind having a big beautiful door in that wall so that people can come in to this country legally. i would be so different from what you have right now. like the polar opposite. we have a president who doesn't
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have a clue. >> donald trump was donald trump last night. >> he was not nervous and it was so clear when he put his hand up and started talking. maybe i should believe the rhetoric what he was saying before, i've never done this before, i'm new to this. clearly he was somebody that at some level had done this even in his mind before. i just laugh at people who look at last night and say well now it's over. really? have you been watching for the last six weeks? >> do you believe it's a misstep at home whether he raised his hand when he said no i would not support necessarily the person who received the nomination. >> there are a couple of online polls. they are not scientific. "time" magazine has one and the drudge report has one. both of them have -- they said who won the debate last night. by a landslide donald trump won, "time" magazine currently it's at 46% and the drudge report i think is at 52% of you feel that
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donald trump is donald trump and won. >> many people believe that marco rubio actually stole the show and came out looking quite presidential and this might explain why. watch. >> how was hillary clinton going to lecture to me living paycheck to paycheck. i was raised paycheck to paycheck. all human life at every stage of development is worthy of protection. that law already exists. it's called the constitution of the united states. i believe every single human being is entitled to the protection of our laws. future generations will look back at this history of our country and call us barbarians for murdering millions of babies. i run for president because i believe that we can't just save the american dream we can expand it to reach more people and change more lives than ever before. that's why i'm asking for your vote. so we can make america greater than it's ever been and make
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this century a new american century. >> they say of barack obama, he can deliver a speech but what can he do off the script. marco rubio shoepd he could do both. you couldn't have anticipated some of the questions, some of the rhetoric. i thought he was strong and very comfortable unlike some of the remarks he made when he did the post-game on the state of the union address. i thought he wanted to go on for another hour. >> he was precise. he answered the questions as well. jeb bush did a great job laying out policy. >> a lot of people are saying this morning jeb bush didn't do much to further his front-runner status. he played it safe. we'll talk about that. i'll tell you what, the one exchange between two candidates that's going to get the most air play this morning is about chris christie and rand paul, they are going at it a over the nsa. who won this? >> i want to collect more records from terrorists but less
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records from innocent americans. [ applause ] the fourth amendment was what we fought the revolution over. >> that's a completely ridiculous answer. when you're sitting in a subcommittee blowing hot air about this you can say things like that. when you're responsible for protecting the lives of american people then what you need do is to make sure that -- >> here's the problem, governor. you fundamentally misunderstand the bill of rights. i don't trust president obama with our records. i you know gave him a big hug and if you want to give him a big hug again go right ahead. >> the hugs i remember are the hugs i gave to the families who lost their people on september 11th. those are the hugs that i remember. those had nothing to do with politics. >> what i would like to see is a private system without the artificial lines around every state. >> news flash the republican party has been fighting against a single payer system. >> i don't think you heard me. you're having a hard time
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tonight. >> that did not help rand paul. >> for people who like rand paul and support him they are happy. that's the one that actually won the day in the senate and the house. and governor christie the same thing. the younger generation loves what senator rand paul said. >> they probably said we could have done without the smirk and eye rolling. one of the best moments and everyone on twitter was responding to this was when ben carson in his closing statement like the final stitch into surgery said this. >> i'm the only one that separated siamese twins. the only one to operate on babies while they were still in mother's womb. only one to take out half of a brain although you would think if you went to washington somebody had beat me to it.
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[ laughter ] i'm very hopeful that i'm not the only one who is willing to pick up the baton of freedom because freedom is not free. >> he was terrific. ultimately i'm sure the ratings from last night will be gigantic because donald trump generate ad lot of interest in nontraditional viewers of political television. some people will tune in to see the guy. you know who the real winner, the republican party. the last night showed there's a wide field of super qualified people who could be president of the united states. >> including ted cruz. he was very different from the others. >> throughout the morning we'll show everybody. >> big show coming your way today. >> i challenge anyone to say they've bigger one. straight ahead don't ask hillary clinton about her potential competition. instead of watching last night's debate she was keeping up with the kardashian. fact:
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first let me say i think god has blessed us. he's blessed the republican party with very good candidates. the democrats can't even find one. >> does he have a point? here to react former ohio congressman and presidential
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candidates fox news contributor congressman dennis kucinich. does he have a point? >> when you start claiming god is on your side you're always in trouble. i don't agree with that. i think democrats have a number of strong candidates and that it's important -- i thought senator rubio did well last night. on that point it's really silly. >> is it really silly, congressman, because you have hillary clinton in the middle of two scandals or controversies say that and then you have governor o'malley, senator webb, they can't get single digits. >> first of all with respect to secretary clinton, i've disagreed with her on libya. i led the effort in congress challenging what the administration did in libya. you cannot take it away from her. she's a person of great depth and experience. she's had a lot of missteps it's true. she still maintains a very wide
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margin. bernie sanders has been rallying thousands of people around the country to meetings and rallies. the democrats have some solid candidates. you add governor o'malley and senator webb and chaffee they are good people. >> they are good people. in term of issues, we had abortion, health care, u.s. military power. what stood out to you. >> some cane steam have a certain naifte on war. this didn't seem to be enough sensitivity to that. rand paul express ad little bit of it. that was a concern. the other concern i had and this is true of democrats as well, on the race issue. there's really not an in depth understanding of what's
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motivating the dissent that's occurring in american cities from african-americans. and it seems both parties are tone deaf on that. >> i thought governor perry said to rand paul in the past went out of their way to the inner-city on the right. congressman, great to see you. thank you. >> thank you very much. >> coming up while everyone else was tuneed into the debate hillary clinton seemed to be too busy. she was hanging out with kim kardashian and kanye west. some say they are married and here to report to confirm. shopping online is as easy as it gets. wouldn't it be great if hiring plumbers, carpenters and piano tuners were just as simple? thanks to angie's list, now it is. we're making hiring anyone from a handyman to a dog walker as simple as a few clicks. you don't have to be a member to buy their services directly at angieslist.com
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good morning. it's 24 minutes after the hour. some quick headlines and a fox news alert.
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isis abducting 150 christians including women and children from a church in central syria. the terror group storming military checkpoints and taking over control. christian leaders say at least 300 families were able to escape that area which is located southwest of palmyra. the pentagon has been hacked. u.s. officials believe russia is behind it. investigators say unclassified emails belong to the office of the joint chiefs of staff were accessed through malware that was hidden in legitimate looking emails. those are your headlines. >> millions of americans turned into the first gop debate one presidential hopeful didn't bother to watch. hillary clinton said she was too busy. >> ed henry is here. ed we saw just a moment ago she was out with the kardashians? >> keeping up with the
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kardashians. some fundraising on the west coast. when democrats go out the hollywood, obviously they rub elbows like the kardashians. she was on twitter during the debate saying i'm so excited i'll get meet our next president and i hope she will take a selfie. we asked the clinton camp meeting with clinton. folks tweeted with me maybe she's meeting with carly fiorina. i think carly fiorina did steal the 5:00 p.m. show and people felt like that on social media. i was at the brooklyn campaign headquarters last night meeting with the campaign manager and the communications director and they had some interesting insights what they saw. >> what candidate stood out for them. >> is sleeper pick when we asked who exceeded expectations and i teased that about before. they said chris christie. they said that they thought chris christie brought it, it was confident, he was cool. they thought the exchange with rand paul at least the clinton camp -- this is the democratic side, they are looking at the
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republican primary. they thought christie brought his a-game. whether he can continue that in future debates we'll see. they had some interesting insight on jeb bush. at one point, look some days i'm concerned jeb will be the republican nominee because he seems to be on. other days and other moments in the debate i'm concerned he will not be the nominee meaning the clinton camp really wants to face jeb because they think they can beat him. one last point on trump. there was a break in the action, we were talking to the campaign manager. commercial was ending. as soon as the cameras come back, the cameras went to trump. get out of here reporters because the clinton camp is i think just as mesmerized maybe in a different way than republicans but are mesmerized by trump too. absolutely. at one point during the debate last night the question, trump
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was asked about the money he had given to clintons. i get things in return. what did you get from them? she came to my wedding. >> they were confused by that one. they were saying look just because he gave campaign money didn't mean that's why the clintons went to his wedding. they said it's because they are acquaintances. they didn't say friends. the clinton camp now realizes trump is more serious candidate than they thought and bill clinton phone call where he appeared to be encouraging trump to get in. >> carly fiorina brought that up. said bill clinton didn't call me. about the fbi investigation, is it criminal yet >> interesting little nugget. yesterday the "new york post" had anonymous sources say this is a criminal investigation the hillary emails and clinton camp says it's not criminal just a security investigation of the server. we decided to call the fbi and just say it is criminal or not? peter barnes from fox talked to
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an fbi spokesperson, they said all of our investigations are criminal. >> it's the fbi. hello. >> in fairness to hillary clinton. they made clear. that doesn't mean they will bring criminal charges. you are innocent until proven guilty. however once fbi agents start going around and if they get that server, could lead to criminal charges. for the campaign to say it's not a criminal investigation -- >> i wonder if they talked to the kardashians about that. >> do you think kanye west gave her some advice. maybe they will write a song about that. >> there's the selfie right there. >> good to see you. >> up next we heard the jabs but who came out on top when it came to the issues. >> laura ingrahm is here live. which candidate got it right on immigration. >> happy better day to charlize theron. she's 40 years old today and
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we have a president who doesn't have a clue. i would say he's income period sent but i don't want to do that because that's not nice. [ laughter ] >> i will always tell the truth and do what i said i would. [ applause ] >> when i'm president of the united states we're going to have a va that cares more about our veterans than the bureaucrats that work at the va. >> i'm a different kind of republican. i stood sfo for 10 1/2 hours foe right to be left alone. >> i govern like a conservative. we left the state better off because i applied conservative principles in a purple state the right way and people rose up. [ applause ] >> listen, senator, when you're
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sitting in a subcommittee blowing hot air about this you can say things like that. when you're responsible for protecting the lives of the american people -- >> my father was a mailman, his father was a coal miner. my mother's mother could barely speak english and today their son stands on this podium not only as governor of ohio but as a candidate for the president of the united states. >> the republican candidates for president of the united states, front runners hashed it out last night at the first primary debate in cleveland. according to a recent fox news poll it was economy that republican voters say matter the most followed by national security, immigration and social issues. so which candidates came out on top? let's grade them. joining us is lisa booth vice president of political polling and public affairs research. wpa research. lisa, good morning. we have charles payne host of making money. and benjamin collins, u.s. army
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special forces veteran and green beret. good to have you here with us as well, ben. we got a couple of different topics we'll talk about. we promise to show you folks out in tv land all sorts of sound bites from the various candidates. first topic is economy. here's scott walker talking about just that. >> i think most of us in america understand that people not the government creates jobs and one of the best things to do is get government out of the way, repeal obamacare. reign in out of control regulations. put in place the energy policy. give people the education and skills they need to succeed and reform the tax code. >> so that's what scott walker said. charles payne, you're the money guy. who were your best and worst when it came to the economy last night >> it was a close call. the governors all have pretty good track records. i would go with walker. you know, what hurt me a little
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bit, what hurt kasich was not direct economic question but when he was asked about medicaid and he gave the st. peter answer and you start wonder if he applied that to all-big government issues we could actually have worse than $18 trillion deficit. all the governors i think did a pretty good job within their own respective states but walker articulated how he would make that a national policy and to me financially, capitfiscally it m the most sense. >> lisa? >> regarding the economy charles payne is right, scott walker was able to lay out, you know, talk about his experience as governor and what he did in the state of wisconsin. i think john kasich and jeb bush were also articulate on this issue. it helps when you held executive office and point to pro growth solutions that you enacted as governor. i think as far as the worst i would probably say, you know,
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donald trump here and i just think that he a real opportunity to high like his business record. to talk about those accomplishments and he failed to articulate that last night. >> ben best and worst on economy? >> i would agree. scott walker probably had the best comments because of his track record in wisconsin. so everything from the jobless rate to the debt i think scott has a track record he can run on. look i also agree. donald trump had the question a few times on kind of his own fiscal ability what was bankrupt and he just didn't have a really good answer for that and he came across as just being overly arrogant. >> i'm sorry i didn't get my words in. listen i love governor huckabee but when he started talking about pimpss and prostitutes saving social security. so while i agree trump should have bean lay up for him it was not, bragging about taking advantage of bankruptcy laws i don't know necessarily makes you
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is what we're looking for in balancing a budget for the federal government. >> speaking of mr. huckabee. let's shift gears and pivot to ben's department and that's military. here's mike huckabee on that. >> the military is not a social experiment. the purpose of the military is to kill people and break things. it's not to transform the culture by trying out some ideas that people think would make us a different country and more diverse. the purpose is to protect america. i'm not sure how paying for transgender surgery for soldiers, sailor, airmen, marines makes our country safer. >> so there you've got mike huckabee on that. that was late in the debate. ben your best and worst last night regarding the military. >> so my best was from the 5:00 debate, i would say it was carly fiorina. she had an incredible grasp of the strategic look when america is not strong the world is a much more chaotic place. she touched on a lot much issues
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from home grown terror to isis threat at home and abroad, getting our arab allies back in the fold. so i was very impressed with carly fiorina's grasp of the issues. >> lisa best and worst on the military? >> carly fiorina. i think ted cruz -- carly fiorina she was scathing in going after president obama's failed foreign policy and i think she really hit the nail on the head on the iran deal. weak is senator rand paul. that was his weakness heading into the debate. again he failed to address that last night. his isolationist policies don't match up with the rest of the party. >> charlie's best and worst on the military? >> best i would go with carly fiorina also. let's not forego about the cyber warfare start. what ben carson said what we do is our business. political war does not win. i thought it was the potential. worst was rand paul. americans want to be safe. i don't know that terrorists
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deserve the same constitutional rights as americans. >> you're not alone in that feeling. final topic we'll talk about leadership and messaging. charles just mentioned ben carson. here's the doctor right now. >> i was asked by an npr reporter once why don't i talk about race that often. i said it's because i'm a neurosurgeon. she thought that was a strange response. you see when i take somebody to the operating room i'm operating on the thing that makes them who they are. the skin doesn't make them who they are. the hair doesn't make them who they are. and it's time for us to move beyond that. >> great sound bite. lisa, regarding the actual -- you have a paddle right there. regarding messaging and leadership who was your favorite? >> i think it was actually senator marco rubio. the reason being he came into the debate at a deficit on this issue. that's one of the knocks against him he done have much experience as someone as jeb bush or john kasich being governor. he was able to articulate it's
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not just the resume, 60% of americans believe the country is on the wrong track. he was able to point to the future and talk about the 21st century and what policies we need enact to make this country better. he was able to do that. >> ben, we'll just do winners. >> carly fiorina again. she was poised, articulate. she had a commanding presence on the stage. he was able to answer the questions. she looked extremely presidential to be quite frank. >> charles payne. >> carly in the 5:00 debate. ted cruz stayed on his message. it resonated towards the end. ben carson won the whole thing he was absolutely phenomenal. thanks for joining us. >> 20 minutes before the top of the hour. heather joins us right now with a fox news exclusive.
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>> good morning. fox news has exclusively learned that a topran is defying an international travel ban. he recently visited moscow to meet with senior russian leaders including the president, vladimir putin. that unauthorized trip happened just days before secretary of state john kerry testified before a senate committee about obama's nuclear deal with that country. in the meantime while we were focus don't debate this happened, very interesting. new york senator chuck schumer announced owe poses the agreement with iran, saying it has serious weaknesses. 16 hour manhunt comes to an end as police in shreveport, louisiana arrest a suspected cop killer. grover canon is accused of fatally shooting an officer on wednesday night while responding to a call about a suspicious person. less than a day later police received a tip that canon was hanging out in a garage less
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. it was a big night to say the least for the republican presidential hopefuls as they faced off in the first debate of the election right here on fox news. but did the punches and policy proposals resonate with voters? they're break down the response on social media is "fox and friends weekend" host clayton morris. >> one of the big themes was not about the candidates right out of the guest it was about the moderators of the debate. a lot of people were fired up and thought southeast questions from moderators were pretty harsh to the candidates particularly this one from megyn kelly to donald trump. watch. >> you've called women you don't like fat pigs, dogs, slobs and disgusting animals. your twitter account --
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>> only rosie o'donnell. [ laughter ] >> no it wasn't. >> and then megyn kelly said no it wasn't it was actually other women. then rosie o'donnell got fired up about it and she took to social media to respond. she said try explaining that to your kids when they group. so it was an interesting exchange on social media as they looked at the moderators. >> most well received moment on social media that you found? >> marco rubio emerged last night. a lot of the tweets and a lot of the facebook messages, google plus messages, instagram posts had to do with marco rubio thinking he looked presidential. jeb bush in second there and donald trump in third place on that. also ted cruz, if you looked at google searches this was interesting. overwhelmingly ted cruz blew other people out of the water.
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67% of google search-to do with ted crews. what does that mean? >> what does that mean? >> does it translate into support or does it mean that people simply want to learn more information about him. it's interest field goal that 67% turn into new follower. >> let's talk about followers when it comes to twitter followers. who exploded there with a new bunch >> last night ben carson, 24,000 new followers last night. when he had a chance to talk it seemed like he thought he didn't have enough time to talk or he was wonder if he would be called on again. when he did talk and talked about his record, things he accomplished people started following on twitter. 24,000 new followers because of that debate. >> exceptional man. clayton i love the social media take. keep eyes on it today. we'll be watching this weekend. still ahead which candidate got it right on imfwrags? -- immigration. lara ingram is here next.
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well the republican candidates did not pull punches at debate last night in cleveland. >> i don't are trust president obama with our records. i know you gave him a big hug. if you want to give him a big hug again, go ahead. >> he's not lying, he's just wrong. >> if you don't like it, i'm sorry. >> who had the strongest moments? who were the biggest losers? joining us laura ingram. of course, big audience because all eyes were on the center podium with donald trump. how did he do? >> i think it was pretty much the status quo after last night. i think people are looking at trump thinking, was he going to
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come up with policy proposals, put meat on the bones of statements about we don't win anymore, the country is overrun with illegal immigrants. i don't think he had enough time to get into the nitty-gritty. there were a few moments i was like he could have done a little more. i'd be surprised if he lost any ground last night. i think that exchange between christie and rand paul was interesting. christie showed himself to be -- we remember why he was elected twice in a democrat state, contrary to what all new york media markets to do. they want to drag him through the mud. he stepped in a few times over the last couple of years. i thought that was a powerful exchange. rand paul did about as best he could do. chris christie did well. what i didn't see from anyone was one individual, other than trump, laying a glove on jeb
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bush. i think jeb bush come across last night as the guy above the tray, above it all, which is what he wanted. >> he engaged. he had the second is most time overall to speak, 8:33. here's a little of trump and rubio talking about immigration. see what you have to say about this. >> sure. >> we need to build a wall. it has to be built quickly. i don't mind having a big, beautiful door in that wall so is that people can come into this country legally, but we need jeb to build a wall. we need to keep illegals out. >> let me tell you who never gets talked about in debates, people that call my office who have been waiting 15 years to come to united states. they've paid fees, hired a lawyer, and they can't come in. they're wondering maybe they should come illegally. >> what was your reaction? >> well, the one thing not
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talked about very much are the american people, the ones trying to get jobs and find their own economic opportunities. while i appreciated everybody talking about not splitting up families and legal immigration and donald trump with the big door at the wall. when you look at the polls -- and we talked about this before -- most americans either want the number of illegal immigrants -- marco rubio said it was a million -- it's actually 1.7 million. most wanted that number to stay the same or be reduced. i'm not sure anyone scored. with the big door -- i don't know what that means -- the big door at the wall. i thought donald trump didn't do as well as he could have. a lot of people were looking at trump to say what types of people should be allowed in when we have so many american families out of work today? i thought that was not the best
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common thread, hillary clinton. >> probably the russian and chinese government know more about hillary clinton's e-mail server than the members of u.s. congress. >> yep. governor scott walker joins us live. >> and carly fiorina making huge strides in the earlier debate. >> i didn't get a phone call from bill clinton before i jumped in the race. did any of you get a phone call from bill clinton? i didn't. maybe because i didn't give money to foundation or donated to his wife's senate campaign. >> carly fiorina herself and going to join us 90 seconds from now. live from new york, it's the big debate post game show.
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i hope we can get all these guests in. what a roster that still remains. we analyze what happens over the course of two hours and an hour and a half last night on the fox news channel. look at this roster. >> carly fiorina, governor scott walker, governor huckabee, donald trump, and senator marco rubio all joining us here at "fox & friends." >> where there's questions the moderators did not ask of your favorite candidates? if so, e-mail to us. we've got a bunch of them on today. we'll ask them. e-mail foxandfriends.com. carly fiorina with us in 90 seconds. >> every candidate say they pushed to limits, moderators came ready to play. first debate is in the books. >> that's right. donald trump came in as front
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runner. fox chief correspondent james rosen live in cleveland. it was a big night james. >> good morning. indeed, riveting debate. we can't do it just in an hour. we saw the exchange where donald trump got himself in trouble at the outset by refusing to fore swear a possible third party candidacy. he had moments he resinated with the audience. he responded about his tone saying we can't worry about political correctness. >> when you have people cutting christians heads off. when you have a place at the border in places medieval times, it's got to be as bad as ever was in terms of violence and horror. we don't have time for tone. we've got to go out and get the job done. >> ohio governor john kasich did
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clearly enjoy a home court advantage. he got a standing ovation on the debate stage. at one point, one of the moderators, megaen kelly asked him. >> our head cade is growing at one of the lowest rates in the country. we cut $5 billion in taxes and grown 350,000 jobs. >> and probably, in fact undoubtedly, the most aggressive exchange came between chris christie and rand paul. probably good thing they were opposite side of the debate stage. >> absolutely. it was predicted for guys like you who know they've been sparring in the press leadings up to this debate. thanks so much. >> let's call him king james
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since he's outside the cavaliers. he mentioned john kasich, governor of ohio, got great exception and did a great job. in the newspaper, they mentioned two of three and said kasich was the big winner. meanwhile, there are online polls. currently donald trump is leading over 50% of the people that feel he was the big winner. you know what, it was his first debate. he did -- people who love donald trump probably loved last night's event. >> when he started off putting his hand up saying he would not pledge to support a nominee if not him, it was trumpian, but did it help him? some wonder if this hurt or helped. >> a problem this country has is being politically correct. i've been challenged by so many
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people, and i don't frankly have time for total political correctness. to be honest with you, this country doesn't have time either. i was at the border last week. border patrol, people that i deal with, talk to, they say this is what's happening because our leaders are stupid. our politicians are stupid. the mexican government is much smarter, much sharper, much more cunning. i don't mind having a big, beautiful door in that wall so is that people can come into this country legally. i don't think you heard me. you're having a hard time tonight. >> going in, people wondered whether or not he would tone it down. donald trump doubled down. he was donald trump. >> krauthammer called it the collapse of donald trump. there were rare times i don't agree with charles krauthammer. if you don't understand why he's popular, you think he did poorly
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last night. donald trump did what he he always did, spoke bluntly, correctly, and didn't wanting to politically incorrect. i wondered if he was nervous and changed approach. as soon as he raised his hand, i said the next two hours he's going to be -- >> game on. >> some were concerned they weren't specific enough. for someone that was specific and had specific following was carly fiorina. she had an uptick in terms of searches of her name. this may be why. >> i didn't get a phone call from bill clinton before i jumped in the race. any of you get a phone call from bill clinton? i didn't. maybe because i didn't give to his donation and donate to his wife's campaign. people are sick of politics as usual. whatever your issue, cause, festering problem you hoped would be resolved, the political class failed you. that's a fact. that's what trump taps into.
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hillary clinton lies about benghazi. she lies about e-mails. she is still defending planned parenthood, and she is still her party's front runner. 20 16 is going to be a fight between conservatism and undermining of the character of this nation. >> things immediately began to change for carly fiorina last night. how much? let's ask her. carly, welcome back to "fox & friends." great see you. can you tell us what changed for your campaign since your debate came to a close? >> i think a lot more people know who i am and the fact i'm running for president. you know, before this debate, only 40% of republican voters had ever heard my name. i had the lowest name i.d. of anyone in the field. i'm not a politician nor am i a celebrity. a lot of people said oh my gosh,
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there's another woman in the race. oh my gosh, she actually does pretty well. day to day, i'm going to keep doing what i've been doing, campaigning and talking to voters. >> i watched with my daughter. i thought it was an important moment for her to see you on the stage. when you ended up watching the later debate, who struck you? >> i think everyone had their moment, you know. as you have been saying all day long. everybody had their moment. i think it's a long race, folks. i know this debate is really important. the truth is we're at the beginning, not the end. truth is, this is a long process of elimination before it becomes a process of selection. truth is this debate was the start not the end. today we're all going back to what we were doing before this debate which is campaigning hard and talking to voe ing ting to
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issue. >> we're thank hfl you would take time out of your morning in cleveland to stop by. >> my pleasure. >> you're from the technology of business and would appreciate this. we've got the google heat map that show what people were searching for last night during the debate. as we take a look at it, carly fiorina is in red. more people were looking you up on google than anyone else. donald trump at 17%. nonetheless, that has got to make you feel good, especially many in light of the fact so many commentators said after the 5:00 p.m. show the winner was you. >> well of course it makes me feel good, absolutely. as i say, i think what all of that activity demonstrates is that people started to pay attention. you know, there have been grass roots activists paying attention for some time. i'm very encouraged by them.
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they have been in the top ten of every state poll for some time now. the national polls really measure among other things name i.d. when you start with the lowest in the race, as i have, that's important to me. i feel appreciative of that. i was appreciative last night to be on that debate stage with governors, senators, and talk to american people about what i will do as. >> we have a question from a "fox & friends" viewer at home. ing this -- this is to you from scott and kim kelly. what will you do to bring jobs back to america? >> the economic growth of this nation has always been small businesses, community-based businesses, family businesses. i started as a secretary in a nine person real estate if i were.
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my husband started driving a tow truck in a family-owned body shop. it's the family businesses we're crushing. we're destroying more than we're creating. small businesses employ half the people. the reason they're getting crushed and the reason we're destroying so many is because of big government. the only people that deal with big government is big business. i led hewlett packard. we could handle big government. this is capitalism when government gets so big only big can survive. what we see is consolidation of industry after industry. what's obama care doing? consolidating health insurance companies and eliminating competition. we have to get the engine of economic growth small business going again. >> real quick, do you have a tally of how much money you brought in after that performance? a lot of people felt as though
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you won. >> i actually haven't asked that question believe it or not. i'm quite sure we did well after last night's debate. that's why i'm appreciative for that opportunity. >> you said earlier that going in you had the lowest name recognition. coming out, you've got some of the highest. joining us from cleveland, thank you very much. congratulations on a great show yesterday. >> thanks for your time. >> thanks so much for having me. >> you bet. 12 minutes after the hour. >> we have a huge show on tap. governor scott walker, mike huckabee, donald trump and marco rubio. we have questions for them that were not asked last night. you're not going to want to miss it. other news out there like this. what in the world turned this river -- well, it looks orange. the answer, have you seen red? ♪ [ piercing sound ]
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democrats. >> it's sad to think now but the russian and chinese government probably know more about hillary clinton's e-mail server than do the members of united states congress. that put our national security at risk. >> governor walker joins us from cleveland. obviously a big night for you. how do you feel today. >> >> feels good. a lot of interesting lines and debates. in the end, as the dust settles, people want someone that can fight, win and ultimately get dg principles. i hope people look at what we said, what we'll do going forward. we feel good. >> let me ask you about the principle that started off for the night. as donald trump raised his hand for someone that would not support a candidate that the not him, what do you think about his response? >> it was frustrated. all people in the earlier debate would be a better pick for america, not just for
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republicans. i think instead of fighting amongst ourselves, it's good to have discussions. we should be focused on hillary clinton. as i said, we look at e mails, we cannot trust her to be commander-in-chief. the more we spend focussing on that contrast, the better off we'll be. >> is there something you'd like to get out last night and that you didn't? >> i would have loved to talk more about the iran deal. i think it's one of those where it's a bad deal for america. i've said repeatedly i terminated day one. i'd be in a position to convince allies to be the same. many americans but not everyone knows how bad this is. if you're worried about isis, iran deal and isis are tied together. our pushing back gives more
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comfort to isis. >> our viewers are hopping on this notion they have a question for you. on facebook, this question. please ask candidates how they'll work with congress to accomplish their goals. your response? >> as governor, i started the day after election. that's what i'd do after election. i'd reach out to congress so we're ready on day one not just to terminate the iran deal which we could do through executive action. we could send draft legislation to repeal it immediately. that's something we could work on right away. the big thing is transferring power from washington back to states to hardworking people in state across the country. head cad-- medicaid, transportation, education. >> sure. another question. i was upset guns were not
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addressed. where does governor walker stand on this issue? >> law biding citizens should have access to firearms. people breaking the law, we should crack down. >> we thank you for your time. a late night there. big one those on the republican side. long way to go. it will be interesting governor walker. thank you. >> thanks elisabeth. coming up, stories making headline this is morning including this one. a drug bust live never seen before. it's like something out of captain fill liphillifilphillip and something you've never seen before. our own rocking it out with meyrl streep. how did that go down? kevin is here to explain next (vo) rush hour around here
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loose. two big movies open today. live from new york on the plaza right now to talk about them, kevin mccarthy. give a nice round of applause. >> i always like being on the couch, now i have my own deal. >> nice to see you. >> you're the fantastic one. >> let's talk about the "fantastic four." >> i have expecting this to be great. i love the actors. the problem is the movie is incomplete, inconsistent, really bland. there's nothing exciting about the effects. >> they're fantastic. >> that's the problem with the film. feeling something happened on set or behind the scenes. i don't know what happened. the overall product is bland. i found the film to be not exciting. >> how many stars? >> i gave it two out of five. unfortunately. i wanted it to be good. this year, the best action movie
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"mission impossible." this film did not deliver what the fans want. it's the third attempt at the release, and it's the worst one. >> we need the revenue. >> i did like two of the action scenes overall. two out of five. >> let's go. steve has one from show business, meyrl streep. she plays in it. >> i walk in the room and jesse's girl walks in. all of a sudden meyrl streep appears and says kevin, come sit with me. she had a guitar sitting in the corner of the room. i asked her about a scene in the movie playing guitar, could she teach me how to play. this is what happened. ♪ i'd rather be
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governor mike huckabee. thanks for joining us from cleveland. how long did you think about that question? >> it was one of those moments you realized you had to get attention. it's the last thing. when you're up there with ten other people, it's so difficult to break through, to be able to say something that causes people to say, gee, that makes sense. there's so much heaviness about the debate. it's a serious process. i always believe sometimes we need to bring levity to it and remind ourselves that the country is important. the issues are important. those of us who run, we need not take ourselves so seriously. none of us are the issue. it's about the country and about its future. >> sure. i thought governor one of the best things about the debate was the subject of being mindful,
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prayerful and god, social issues made their way to that stage. i want to play the sound gay marriage. i want your reaction. >> if you had a son or daughter that was gay, how would you explain? >> i happen to believe in traditional marriage. i also said the court ruled. the court ruled. i said we'll accept it. guess what, i just went to a wedding of a friend of mine who happens to be gay. because somebody doesn't think the way a do doesn't mean i can't care about them or love them. so, if one of my daughters happened to be that, of course i would love them and accept them. >> a really loving response there. what did you think? >> i thought it was a good, honest answer. i think sometimes questions can be posed in such is a way to sort of put us on the spot. that's fair. we're running for president. we need to be prepared to be on
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the spot. if you're president, you'll have more significant things that come up. it's not what you're prepared for. it's what you're not prepared for that's going to earn you a pay check. here's what people need to remember. there's a lot of focus on this. the position many of us have is the same position barack obama, hillary clinton and joe biden had in 2008. that's the traditional view of marriage. all of us believe that. president obama said 2008 as a christi christian, it's a biblical issue. one of three things happened. he was lying then, lying now, or the bible got rewritten between 2008 and when he changed his mind in 2012. he's the only one that's got the new version. rather than attack people that hold the biblical view and historic view of 6,000 years of
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him and history, the biggquestis can you show us the bible? >> here's what was on facebook. my question is this. as a 19-year-old christian college student studying to be an educator, how would you protect? >> i would uphold the tradition that people are free to hold their views of traditional marriage and supreme court can't overrule the definition of marriage. secondly, justice department and attorney general to vig rously defend not just the college student but anyone in the country who based on personal conviction held to traditional view of marriage and would not be in any way losing
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their religious liberties, business, hospital, school, church, adoption agency. the third thing i instrument the the secretary of defense to protect chaplains and members of military so religious rights were not infringed upon if they held traditional views of marriage or any other religious beliefs. >> your years of experience paid off. i look forward to catching up to you as we all do in the campaign trail. thanks so much. >> governor, thanks for your time. >> thank you. good to took you. it is now 24 minutes before the top of the hour. we have other news as well. for that once again, heather has it all. >> good morning. a lot more going on than politics. a top commander from iran has defined an international travel ban. this is a serious one. he recently visited moscow to meet with senior russian leaders
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including vladimir putin. it's considered an unauthorized trip. it took place days better secretary of state john kerry testified before senate committee about the nuclear deal with iran. while all focused on republican debate, new york senator chuck sl schumer announcing he opposes the deal with iran saying it has weaknesses. a drug bust showing how far smugglers will go to bring narcotics into the united states, the coast guard seizing this submarine off the coast of central america. see a that kind of under the water, beside the orange boat? the submarine stuffed to the gills with eight tons of cocaine, worth whopping $180 million. four men were hiding inside. they were arrested and face federal charges. warning signs now posted
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across the yosemite national park after a child comes down with the playigue. this is california's first case in close to ten years. the child is expected to recover. a river in colorado turning bright, bright orange. epa is to blame. the agency was investigating a smaller contamination when it spilled 1 million gallons of wastes into the river. neighbors now told to avoid that water way coming out of the durango area. >> that's quite a spill. they need a quicker picker upper. >> a suspected tornado rips are through a wal-mart in troy, alabama collapsing the riff, sending shoppers scurrying for shelter. the storm hitting a sporting goods store in the same strip
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mall. >> you have an 18 wheeler flipping in the parking lot. five were injured but those are not believed to be serious. more with more on what the nation has in store weather wise maria outside. >> unfortunately looking at more severe weather across the country heading to this weekend. we'll update you on that. i want to share high temperatures today. parts of texas and in oklahoma, seeing temperatures climbing to triple digits. not only for today but over the next several days. the concern of course is when you factor in humidity, things are going to seem hotter than what the thermometer reads. going to feel 110 today. 114 in tulsa. there's the forecast today for parts of southeast, gulf coast, plains, further west in nevada and utah. you have the risk of large hail,
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i hadn't heard that. >> you know what, "the new york times" says donald trump steals the show mixing politics and pizazz. you know the truth, i did badly with kraut ham ar-- with krauthammer hates me. >> he's not a slob. he's a good guy. >> he didn't seem to like rand paul. he didn't seem to like you too much. when you went head to head -- and we're going to play the sound -- i'm going to ask you how you thought this happened post debate. here it is. >> what i'd like to see is a private system without the artificial lines around every state. >> news flash, the republican party has been fighting against a single payer system for a decade. i think you're wrong side if you're still arguing for a -- >> i don't think you heard me. you're having a hard time
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tonight. >> hilarious. >> he was having a hard time. i will say. he was -- you know, i've given a lot of money to him. he does work on eyes. he's a doctor. i think it's a great thing. he's a better doctor than he is a senator if you want to know the truth. i actually got to know a lot of people last night. they were terrific. you have i terrific guy coming up marco. i got to know him and his wife and family. >> did he surprise you? >> i didn't know him. i contributed to him in the past. i didn't know him. i met him for the first time. i liked him, marco rubio. >> of the other nine people on the stage -- you have had harsh words for some of them. who was the one when you came up to them and they shook your hand did you think, this is different than i thought it was going to be? >> that's an interesting question. i really -- i know so many of them, right?
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the governor of ohio, kasich, good guy. i was hitting bush pretty hard. met him and got to know him last night, he's a terrific guy. jeb. i thought he was a nice guy, jeb bush. >> who from the 5:00 debate would you have brought up to your stage in who from your stage would you have bumped down and off the stage? >> i probably would have bumped rand paul because he was the only one that came at me last night. i was expecting more than that. i would have brought up carly. i thought she was an effective debat debater. >> listening to you not being a former politician, you seemed comfortable. tell me how you felt. >> i did feel comfortable. i was initially going in, and she hit me with the tough question. bret with hand raising and having to do with me wanting to
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give up my leverage. that question was -- that statement was absolutely aimed at me which i didn't think it was appropriate. again, that's okay. she hit me with a hard question, which i came up with rosie o'donnell question. that got a round of applause. that was interesting. >> if bret is asking, raise your hand why you would not support another nominee on the stage. why is -- >> i don't want to use the word unfair. i thought it was tough. number one, i'm the only one in that category. it was obviously aimed at me. if you look at drudge, thyme magazine, new york times, i must have handled it well. they said i was easily the winner. you know, it was a surprise to be standing up there and having to be justifying can -- your
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shoes haven't become warm, and you're having to justify everything. >> you said a moment ago -- are you saying you wouldn't agree because you wouldn't want to give up leverage? >> there's a leverage you have -- by the way, i don't want to do that. i want to win -- i'm substant l substantially leading in every single poll. georgia just came in. i'm in the mid-30s. south carolina and even in iowa, i'm leading. i'm leading in iowa and new hampshire. i'm leading in all these polls substantially. i want to run as a republican. that gives the best chance to win. if i'm treated with respect as temperature party should do -- if i like the party that's going to win if it's not me -- i don't want to give up the leverage. i would give it up in that case. >> yesterday the true or false
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story that you and bill clinton talked before you decided to run. what's the truth? >> we talked long after i decided to run. i think maybe it was earlier in the week. we're not particularly friends or anything. he's not happy i'm running. nobody has hit hillary harderer than i have. what she's doing is a criminal offense. they destroyed his life over far less than what she did. i had my mind made up a long time before i spoke to him. we is spoke, and it was just a nice call. it was really a nothing call. nobody is going to influence me. honestly, i'm her worst nightmare and have been. i don't think you -- i don't think anybody has been you have t -- have been tougher on her than i have.
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>> what grade would you give yourself for last night? >> if i go by drudge, time magazine, i give myself an a. or if i go by new york times, i have to give myself an a. >> how did i know that? >> no, i didn't know i would do well. i think i have to because i won all the polls. >> you did get the most air time by two minutes, over ten minutes. thanks so much. we miss you on mondays. >> we miss you too. >> great to see you. >> thank you very much. thanks. all right. straight ahead, what is marco rubio think of what donald trump had to say? donald trump said marco rubio is a good guy. stick around. the senator will be live to weigh in coming up shortly. first, what did the voters think about donald trump? we sent peter johnson jr. to a watch party last night. he's going to join us next with your reaction. on this day in 1976 "don't go breaking my heart" by elton
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last night at 9:00 p.m., ten of the gop candidates gave it their all hoping to reach young voters. >> that's right steve. >> were they successful? peter johnson jr. went behind the scenes to find out for you. >> good morning. >> incredible night. millennial are what the gop are after. what are they really looking for? i went to a young republican debate watch party at the village poor house in new york
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city. we got a first-hand look. watch. >> play ball. let's go. >> former florida governor jeb bush. >> like being at the super bowl, world series at stanley cup. people were cheering. have you got a candidate already? >> i have a candidate that's marco rubio. >> scott walker. >> rand paul and donald trump. >> big problem this country has is being politically correct. >> win or lose, donald trump took the republican party and excitement of the republican party? >> good for republican party. >> people are tuning in. >> run hard and run to win. >> i trust him. >> who's winning this debate? >> i think marco rubio is doing a great job.
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>> donald trump, most consistent answers. >> i think in terms of donald trump. >> i don't think you heard me. you're having a hard time watc.
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check? i was raised pay check to paycheck. >> then he talked about student loans. marco rubio had a good night. he joins us in 90 seconds. what did you think of these presidential candidates? we get the dial treatment because mornings are better with friends. ♪ all right. coming up in our final hour of "fox & friends" on this friday morning, marco rubio who had for all intensive purposes, according to headlines coast to coast, had a good night last night. joining us this morning on "fox & friends." he'll be with us in 90 seconds. >> marco rubio has abilities.
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he knows issues and seems to enjoy the spotlight. >> and seemed to offer promise for the country, not pessimism, a promise of optimism i think. >> i in case you didn't hear, there was a debate in ohio that ended at 11:03 eastern time. >> that's right. fox news washington chief correspondent james rosen live in cleveland. hey james. we wore you out yet? >> reporter: no chance brian, steve, elisabeth. good morning. what a great night last night not just for fox news, not just the republican party but what we used to call civics in this country. how excited that was for ten candidates on stage and seven on stage in the 5:00 p.m. debate.
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how excited for millions that tuned in. how great for democracy. donald trump was the one that raised his hand in response to my colleague's question as to the question, was there a sisin candidate that would refuse to launch -- forswear the launching of third party candidacy. later donald trump explained his answer to that question and why he elicited boos. >> raise your hand now if you won't make that pledge tonight. mr. trump. >> why should i give up that f levera leverage? >> if they don't treat me well sean, why should i make that pledge? >> donald trump did hit stride later in the debate,
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particularly discussing issue of immigration. he also hit a rocky moment when he lashed out at megyn kelly. uneven performance but probably not debilitating for trump. >> king james there at the arena the cleveland. >> a great night. thanks. >> it was comical at the end to see a so-called professionals break down donald trump and say he did this, this, this wrong. he's always done things unorthodox. people can't figure out why he's been successful and couldn't after last night. >> donald trump did not go to politician school. it showed last night. donald trump was actually donald trump. >> someone that did a good job last night according to heads lines coast to coast was marco rubio. if you missed last night, here's
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this. >> how is hillary clinton going to lecture me about living paycheck to paycheck? i was raised paycheck to paycheck. >> i think that law exists. it's called constitution of the united states. let me go furtherer. i believe that every single human being is in entitled to protection of our laws. i think future generations will look back at this history of our country and call us barbarians for murdering with millions of babies god blessed us. he's blessed us with candidates. democrats can't find one. we can expand to reach more people and change more lives than ever. i'm asking for your vote to make america greater than its ever been and is make this century a new american century. >> that's great. good morning to you senator. >> good morning. >> we've got headlines. washington post says marco
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rubio, carly fiorina win the republican debate. national journal says trump, kasich, rubio. losers bush, carson, cruz. you've got to wake up feeling good about yourself. >> these things come and go. bottom line is, that's not going to decide this election, morning after analysis. voters make up their own minds. voters watched the broadcast and not reading "the new york times" or national journal or anybody else to make a decision. this is a along process. there will be good and bad days for every campaign. ultimately, we're selecting the most political job in the world. it's a process is. >> you were asked questions and answered specifically positively. hillary clinton was taking selfies with kim kardashian. is it a mistake for her not to keep an eye on someone like you?
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>> they've got a huge staff. i bet you they're keeping an eye on it. she has no answers for new issues we face today. our economy is radically transformed. we see it everyday. for goodness sake, the largest hospitality company in the country doesn't own a single hotel room. this displaces people, been disruptive to jobs and everything we relied on. it's great opportunities. we need a lead their understands new economy and opportunities. it isn't her. i promise you that. >> there's no doubt about it, the fiery exchange between christie and paul. who was right in the debate, christie saying give me the tools or senator rand paul saying back off? >> governor christie is right about that. bottom line,
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millions -- hundreds of thousands that joined up with a radical element. there's hundreds in the homeland as we speak. we need tools to identify them and prevent an attack. there hasn't been a single verified instance the government misused bulk collection of phone records to go after any american. if there ever is, that person should be prosecuted and put in jail. god forbid, there's a terrorist attack on u.s. soil and people die, they're going to want to know why didn't we know about it and didn't stop it? the answer can't be because we dismantled the program. >> just a while ago, we had donald trump on with us. he said he met you, and you were a really great guy which is positive. one of the main reasons so many people watched last night was because this donald trump guy is in the race. was he what you expected to meet there at the podium? >> donald trump is donald trump. he's a unique and singular
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individual who we've been watching for years. i remember him back when he owned a team when i was much younger of course. bottom line, he's a very interesting person. truth be told, everybody has acknowledged this. he's hit a nerve of people frustrated and upset leaders aren't responsive. we've acknowledged that. i said it last night and i mean it, we are blessed. we meaning republicans to have good candidates running. my goodness, 5:00 p.m. debate was better than anything democrats put on. there were multiple on that stage that are talented. >> let's mention carly fiorina. we have an e-mail that asks you this. if nominated would you consider a rubio fiorina ticket?
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>> there's a lot of qualified people. i could not help but be impressed with how she ran. i thought she was a good candidate. again, you look at that and say to yourself, she's better than anyone of the democrats running. say that about a dozen people on this republican field. we have an embarrassment of riches. i tell people, the republicans are going to get a president, vice president and a lot of people to serve in the cabinet and maybe a future president as well. we're blessed in the party to have a good field. >> one debate down, another coming in september. a lot in between. congratulations on your strong start. >> thank you. thanks for having me on this morning. >> you bet. all right. there's other news overnight. for that, we turn to heather. >> good morning to you. ten minutes after the hour. a hollywood stunt man is found dead many in his new orleans
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the race to become the next republican presidential nominee kicked off last night. what do american people think about the debate where you live? here to give the gop candidates dial treatment like no other. welcome back frank. let's begin with senator ted cruz. what are we going to see here? >> you're going to see one of the highlights of the debate. ted cruz had some of the strongest moments. he was precise, concise. let's roll the clip. this is as good as it gets from republican primary candidates. >> on immigration. >> not only will i support it, i have authored kate's law in the united states senate and file had the legislation. i tried to get the senate to vote to pass kate's law on the floor of the senate one week ago. the leader of our own party
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blocked a vote on kate's law. it's as if they don't want to enforce the immigration laws. there are far too many in the washington cartel that support amnesty. >> you had conservatives and moderates there, right? >> yes. what's interesting is that all throughout the debate, our session had ted cruz as one of the two or three winners. they did so because he was very direct. that's where he stood. that was in contrast to donald trump for example that they felt never really answered a question. >> right. governor huckabee had a dual with governor christie on social security. let's listen to that. >> who's fault is it the system is screwed up? recipients or government? if congress wants to mess with the retirement program, why don't we let them start by changing their retirement
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program and not have one instead of getting rid of social security and medicare robbed $700 billion to pay for obama care. >> conservatives loved that. >> they loved that because he's antiwashington, anticongress. the conditions that did well yesterday at two key themes. they attacked president obama and hillary clinton. these are republican primary voters they're trying to win. second, they went after the washington establishment. >> carly fiorina was the star of the 5:00 p.m. show. here's the example when she talked about hillary clinton. >> hillary clinton lies abili s benghazi, about e-mails and still her party's front runner. 2016 is going to be a fight between conservatism and front runner that's undermining the character of this nation. we need a nominee that's going to throw every punch, not poll
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punches, and is someone who cannot stumble before he gets into the ring. i'm not a member of the political class. i'm a conservative. i can win this job. i can do this job. >> interesting trajectory. what do you take from it? >> republicans want her in the next debate. they don't want her in the jv. they're going to demand it before september. >> thanks so much. >> you got it. ten minutes before the bottom of the hour. still ahead, she's 92 years old and never voted in her life. all changed because of donald trump. that 92-year-old joins us live. talk about a real life super hero. this video proving why you should never mess with spiderman even when he's on the ground. first, here's casey and the sunshine band singing "stand by me." the crowd loves it.
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hits a gas line. amazingly he wasn't injured. a trenching machine was completely destroyed. residents in a two mile radius were asked to evacuate as precaution. >> steve? >> thank you. she's 92 years old and never voted in a federal election. that's until donald trump inspired her to vote to cast her ballot for donald trump. how does trump's biggest fan think he did last night? joining us she and her daughter debbie. debbie, ask your mom how she felt donald trump did last night in the debate. >> i think donald trump did real good last night. i enjoyed his speech. i enjoyed the rest of them, but i enjoyed them the best because he talked about the future.
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seems to me some of them wanted to talk about the past. i really enjoy his speech. if he just had a little more time to say more of what he'd like to. >> there were a bunch of people on stage. >> i enjoyed his talk. i think he'll make a good president. he's a strong talker, and i believe with all my heart that he believes what he says. he's going to do what he is saying. >> debbie, i understand -- >> he stands up as a man that's got the education to do what this country needs to be done. it needs to be straightened out to bring american people back alive. >> okay. >> straighten the economy out. get all this evil things out. >> there you go. >> debbie, i understand you told one of our producers you figured
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your mom had somewhere along the line registered to vote before. she never had right? >> right. when i was younger, she would go to polls with dad, but i didn't know she didn't vote. so, when i found out that she was going to register to vote, it floored me. i thought oh my goodness. i thought she was going to just go stand at the side and vote like normal. >> that's right. so she -- you also said to our produce their your mom sounds just like trump on a lot of issues, right? >> oh yes. >> okay. >> she says it like it is. >> all right. we thank you both for getting up early and joining us from knoxville. beta and debbie, thank you very much. beta, good luck. pulling the lever for donald trump. >> thank you so much for having us. >> lady, thank you.
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sitting in a subcommittee blowing hot air, you can say things about that. when you're responsible of protecting lives of american people. >> my father was a mailman. his father was a cole mialminec. i stand as a governor and candidate for president of the united states. >> that second time by being by in accounts outstanding congressman. karl is with us now. want wait to get your analysis on night's ten man debate and of course the 5:00 p.m. debate. who do you think shined at the late night version? >> i would say carly fiorina even though she wasn't on the big stage. many are wondering why she wasn't on the big show.
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we have a terrific group. boy, what a terrific group of candidates in the preliminary debate and particularly evening debate and how well they handled themselves. >> sure. seems like a depth of field when it comes to attitude and character. who do you think had the strong e pivot against hillary? >> i think the best line was scott walker's line that russians and chinese know more about her e-mails than we do. that was her best moment of the night. of course in the preliminary debate, carly fiorina took her to task a couple time. >> absolutely. karl, clearly a lot of interest in last night's debate because trump has been generating so many headlines and whatnot. the first question was clearly aimed solely at him whether or not he would take the pledge not to run as a third party. we're going to run that and get your analysis. >> to be clear, you're standing
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on a republican primary -- >> i fully understand. >> the place the rnc will give the nominee the nod -- >> i fully understand. >> experts say independent run would hand over to democrats and another clinton. you can't say tonight you can make that pledge? >> i have to respect the person. if it's not me t person that wins. if i win and leading by quite a bit, that's what i want to do. >> we had him on 45 minutes ago. he said one of the reasons he said that, as a business man, he wants to keep leverage. that's leverage going forward. >> yep. this isn't business, it's politics. he has to get the votes. a lot of republican activists around the country -- i listened to the interview. he said i want leverage with the establishment. well the grass roots activists around the country want to win. they're not going to tolerate a guy who says i'm going to run as
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an independent potentially. people like donald trump. the 20% like him, a lot like him and going to stay with him. last night in i opinion, he provided a cap in the polls saying if i don't win, i'm going to run as a third party candidate helping elect hillary clinton. that rubs a lot of grass roots republicans the wrong way. you saw frank's group last night almost immediately afterwards. let's say something about donald trump. he had a good answer on immigration. he showed passion on the issue. he had a good answer on parenting. he rand paul went after him. he had a moment there. last night we had the third
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party unnecessary attack on megyn. he had a good answer. he had a good exit answer. i'm not politically correct and shouldn't be so politically correct. threatening megyn was not smart. it caused people to do, she was right, he does not like women. >> let's talk about jeb bush for a second. the governor of florida was asked about iraq. if you knew what you know now, how would you react? >> not having security be the first priority when we invaded, it was a mistake. i wouldn't have gone in. here's the relation to this subject. president obama became president and abandoned iraq other. he left. al qaeda was done for. isis was created because of the void we left a. that void is caliphate the size of indiana.
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>> do you like his answer? >> yeah, i thought it was good pivot. his brother said if we knew at the time what we now know he wouldn't have gone to congress or united nations to move to iraq. i thought it was good he pivoted to real issue which is once we went there, we stabilized the country through a lot of time and pressure and courage and the depths of courageous men and women serving in our country's uniform. the surge worked. president obama blew it. even president obama admitted it. the way he described iraq as a largely democratic independent country, ally of the u.s., relatively stable, moving in the right direction. he blew it withdrawing every bit of the american force he could withdraw. >> karl, thanks so much. >> appreciate your insight. thanks. >> talk to you on radio shortly.
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>> excellent. absolutely. heather, now your final update of the day. >> good morning. fox business alert. moments ago, the labor department releasing the jobs report 215,000 were added last month, 8,000 fewer jobs created than the month before. the unemployment rate 5.3%. no change from last month. this video was proving why you should never mess with spider man. take a look. the super hero brawling with a guy who was harassing some of the street performers outside the toys r us square. it's not the first time the guy heckled people. it was the first time he got in a slugfest. no one was arrested. one of the coolest plays you'll ever see. check this out.
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how did he do that? that was a batter swinging the bat backwards. the best part is he hit a home run. he plays softball for a team. >> i'm going to practice that all afternoon. >> i can't figure that out. >> that's a different kind of switch hitter. >> thanks heather. you heard donald trump go after rosie last night, right? >> you called women you don't like fat pigs, dogs, slobs, disgusting animals. your twitter account -- >> only rosie o'donnell. >> well, rosie o'donnell responded on social media lighting up this morning. we're going to tell you what people are saying about the donald and the rosie. you're not going to miss that. first, here's casey and the
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it was a big night for the republican presidential hopefuls as they effaced off in the first debate of the season. did it resonate with you, the voters? here to break down social media. first let's start with megyn kelly's question to trump on his treatment of women. what it was reaction? >> there was a team on social media i thought the moderators
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were going too tough on the candidates. this isn't like a softball game. this is hard ball. this is presidency of the united states. you ask tough questions. here was megyn kelly's question to trump. >> you call women you don't like fat pigs, dogs, slobs, disgusting animals. >> only rosie o'donnell. >> those were questions from moderators. rosie o'donnell said try explains at that to your kids. >> you can watch and monitor social media in ways you've never been able to before. look at conversations and see how people are talking about candidates. they found marco rubio came out on top in some of these
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conversations taking place online. jeb bush did well. donald trump as well. marco rubio surprised a lot with a solid performance and highly polished last night. >> they sure did. some came away with more twitter followers. >> ben carson complained about not getting enough air time or wondering if he would get to talk. he walked away with 24,000 additional twitter followers. marco rubio 11,000. a lot of people thought chris christie may have redeemed himself online. they were surprised at his answers, that maybe donald trump had stolen his thunder. chris christie is able to come out and answer questions on new jersey. >> it's a great indicator. we'll watch you tomorrow. see you soon. thanks for insight. up next, casey and the sunshine band going to perform "get down tonight." stick around for that. ♪ when you travel,
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well it was a huge night last night. no other way to say it. we're going to take you to big moments. there were plenty of them. >> we could go for hours today. who's rising, who might be on a slippery slope. stephen is here, chris, mark. we're going to look how fox covered it in the reaction we got after that from the 5:00 and 9:00. there's so much to talk about. going to be a big show. >> sure is. >> the dust settled. >> they're packing up behind us. we're live from cleveland to talk about all of it. back to you guys in new york. it's now time for the expedia all american concert series today.
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casey and the sunshine band. >> you ever get use to this time of response? >> i don't know if you ever get use to it. it's absolutely amazing. this is moment to connect with fans and everyone. do you know why you love this music? because you, like me, grew up on disco. right? >> how many people here are going to continue to dance on our plaza this morning? yes? i think you are. you cooked for us yesterday. >> i did. >> today you're bringing the heat up on stage. they're having a great time. >> i am too. thank you. >> is this the best time of your music career would you say? >> it really is. i'm comfortable, happy, so relaxed. i'm 64 now. hopefully i've got ten or 20
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more years. >> a new album right? >> new album called "feeling you the 60s." very excited. >> ladies and gentlemen, here they are, kc and the sunshine band. "let's get down tonight." >> all right. ♪ ♪ get down get down get down ♪ honey, honey, me and you no♪ ♪ and do the dance we like to do ♪ ♪ do the little dance
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bill: nice morning. 9:00 in cleveland, ohio. the top 10 republican candidates in prime time fighting to stake their claim for the republican nomination, and, man, what a night it was. the dust is settling and likely will for several days.

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