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people were watching game two of the world series. >> thank you. let's keep talking about the debate from the moderators to the issues or lack thereof. what did you think of round three? weigh in on our facebook page. #keeptalking. >> more post debate analysis now on "fox & friends." bye. good morning to you. today is thursday, october 29th. i'm elisabeth hasselbeck. the reviews are almost unanimous. "the biggest loser" in last night's debate, the blatantly biased moderators. >> is this a comic book version of a campaign? >> why not slow down. >> in terms of all of this, we look back, the board fired you. >> why would you serve on a company whose policies seem to run counter to your views on homosexuality? >> well, this morning the candidates are here with us at
"fox & friends" live to respond. >> and, the candidates actually listened to those questions and then fought back. >> this is another example of the double standards that exist in this country between the mainstream media and the conservatives. >> even in new jersey what you're doing is called rude so -- >> amen to that, governor. will last night's performance ultimately help the republicans defeat the democrats? we're going to talk about it straight ahead. new yorkers are much more polite, steve. hillary clinton's response to the debate. a clip of herself from her benghazi hearing where four people died. that's supposed to be funny? you make the call. mornings are still better with friends. watch our animation. hi, everybody. live from studio e. i don't know about you, but last night i saw a fantastic tv show, the royals beat the mets.
>> battling it out with ryan over that. >> it's funny how -- >> ben carson actually said that. he said, you know what, i don't really know about this debate plus i don't think anybody is watching it because they're watching the world series. >> the world series was great. >> it was hard to find cnbc. >> it was harder once you found it to watch it. it was a rumble in the rockies as the republican candidates hit the stage for the third round of the presidential debate. >> john roberts is waking up in boulder, colorado, where it all went down. he has some of the highlights. john, there were plenty of low lights. >> reporter: there were -- what do you mean, waking up, steve? still awake from yesterday. good morning, steve. elisabeth, welcome back. brian. the candidates did manage to get into some substantive discussion of policy. the over arching theme was media bias and the way the moderators conducted the debate. marco rubio who appears to be the clear consensus winner scored big points with the
audience where he voiced to millions of people a belief that republicans have long held that democrats get more favorable treatment by the mainstream media. >> the democrats have the ultimate super pac, it's called the mainstream media. >> hillary clinton admitted she had sent e-mails to her family saying, hey, this attack was caused by al qaeda like elements. she spent over a week and saying that it was because of a video yet the mainstream media is saying it was the greatest week in hillary clinton's campaign. it was the week she got exposed as a liar. >> reporter: clearly though there are rivalries among the republican candidates. there had been intramural attacks on the campaign trail and on the debate stage. last night was an interesting mix of sharp elbows and coombaya moments. watch. >> i don't feel a lot of weakness on the stage, quite frankly. i see the weakness on the three people left on the democratic page. i see a socialist, isolationist
and pessimist. for the sake of me i can't figure out which one is which. >> the fact of the matter is we, the american people, are not each other's enemy. it's those people who are trying to divide us who are the enemy. we need to make that very clear to everybody. >> he was such a nice guy and he said, oh, i'm never going to attack. but then his poll numbers tanked. that's why he's on the end. and he got nasty. so, you know what, you can have him. >> i love donald trump. he is a goodman. i'm wearing a trump tie tonight. get over that one. >> you know, last night was the first time in five weeks that the candidates had all come together on the same stage. it will only be two weeks until the next debate. that will be held by the fox business network. let's be watching the polls closely. always great to get into substantive discussion about policy but everybody loves a horse race, too. >> almost like sports. john roberts, thanks so much.
i'll tell you, if the polls don't move in favor of christie, rubio, and cruz after this debate, i think we should stop doing debates. >> when you look at the numbers -- >> people don't care. >> -- the economists, rubio was at 11% compared to trump's 32%. the room for movement there and growth was there for rubio. most people feeling -- >> unless people shut him off. unless people shut him off because they're mainstream more politicians. >> listen, the winners were for the most part the candidates on the stage who called out the blatant media bias. it's one thing for a moderator at a debate to ask a hard question. we want that. but when the candidate is answering you don't argue with him and that went on yesterday. listen to this as we watch the candidates come out last night in boulder, colorado. here they are, the moderators. they took their bets. they were trying to sand bag to kneecap the republicans. did they do it? well, they tried their best but
the republicans came out swinging. >> questions that have been asked so far in this debate illustrate why the american people don't trust the media. [ applause ] this is not a cage match and if you look at the questions, donald trump, are you a comic book villain. ben carson, can you do math, john kasich, can you attack people over here. jeb bush, why have your numbers fallen? how about talking about the substantive issues? the contrast with the democratic debate where every question from the media was which of you is more handsome and wise, the men and women on this stage have more ideas, more experience, more common sense than every participant in the democratic debate. that debate reflected a debate between the bolsheviks and the mensheviks.
why is ted cruzthis? he was the first one to bond them together. in my opinion, partially the reason why i think republicans were quick to act and react is because fresh in everybody's mind is what the democrats just went through. they got the easiest set of questions. yeah, with the socialist on the stage and a woman in the midst of two legitimate controversial situations and there was barely a question about that. then you have 11 competent people with rich resumes, whether you like them or not, i thought christie really nailed it. you know what, i don't agree with what everything ben carson made, that was a thoughtful statement. we can build on this. this is the type of talent we have. >> that sound bite we played for you, we condensed it for television purposes, when he said that, it had been going on in so many people's heads. like why are the moderators so trying to destroy the republicans? frank luntz, there are the
moderators, had a focus group. they had the dials. you know what, they wound up with a 98 score. it's the highest frank luntz has ever seen in a focus group. watch this. >> i think the unintended consequences show the media's true colors. by the end of this i thought they were all united as candidates. they weren't fighting with each other which is exactly what the media wanted them to do. it actually turned out well. >> a back firing of sorts. >> oops. >> cnbc is the huge loser. >> when you have the candidates on stage and marco rubio fighting back when they personally attack him about his own finances. ben carson, after rounds of applause after he was personally attacked. they say, hey, they know. he actually said the audience knows what we're trying to say. >> thanks for listening. >> the winners are the republicans linking arms and unifying against that bias and call them out. >> except for there were a few moments of turbulence and john roberts pointed them out. one is we did not show jeb bush
and senator marco rubio. that's coming up shortly. it was so interesting. both were prepared to unload on each other. both camps realized one cannot be successful if the other is. they look to take each other out. >> the cnbc debate will go down in history as an encyclopedic example of media bias on stage. the candidates called it out. >> so this is another example of the double standard that exists in this country between the mainstream media and the conservatives. >> wait a second, we have $19 trillion in debt, we have people out of work, we have isis and al qaeda attacking us and we're talking about fantasy football? >> somebody put me on the home page, they did it without my permission. >> does that not speak to your vetting process or judgment in any way? >> no, it speaks to the fact that i don't know -- >> even in new jersey what you're doing is called rude
so -- >> he's referring to john harwood, the chief moderator. he got in trouble. at one point he had a claim about rubio's tax plan that it was panned by the tax foundation. he said, in fact, john, you had to correct your story on it in a tweet. he said, no, i didn't, but he did. >> donald trump is getting some criticism y. is he not inserting himself. he did when he was asked a question. he only said i'm the best counter puncher about. when people went after him he did very well. for the most part he had an opportunity to dominate because his knowledge of the economy will probably dwarf everyone there except kasich and fiorina. >> fiorina did well when it finally came time for her to defend. it actually allowed the republicans to focus on hillary clinton and the moderators. for once they weren't digging into one another. they made that pact not to. the format made it easy for them to stand united.
carly fiorina saying, look, we're not going to have four years of obama policy and those policies have hurt women financially. more women have been driven into poverty. i thought that was a strong point that carly made last night. >> absolutely. she also had the best point in the first round when, you know, what was one problem you had, you know? >> yes. >> she said, the last time people said i didn't smile enough. she had a big smile. that was pretty funny. >> what about the way they started. please tell me your greatest weakness. thanks. >> appreciate it. >> because cnbc was just out r for gotcha questions and few real questions were asked we are giving you an opportunity to ask four of the candidates questions. we'll have kris christie, carly fiorina, marco rubio and mike huckabee on the show. your chance to ask the candidates a real non-gotcha question. >> fox has the next debate.
i'm sure stewart barney is jotting down what people want to hear. >> you will not be surprised because he's going to join us and evaluate at that debate coming up. while this is going on on the republican stage, what was hillary clinton doing? well, she brushed it all over like she did at the benghazi hearings. take a look at this right here. yeah, just brushing it off. do you think that's appropriate? she's not talking about something that is not important with four people dying and the hearing lasting ten hours. look at what she's saying. it looks as though she did not tell the american people the same truth she tells chelsea. she uses that moment to send out her message to her supporters and her independent candidates to say, hey, i'm watching the debate and that's what i think of everybody. >> it seemed heartless. it seemed flippant. it seemed inappropriate at the time. >> marco rubio called her and the liberal media out. he said, you foknow, she's got
super pac. she had the greatest week of her campaign when we discovered at the highest levels of her government there was conspiracy to tell a lie. marco rubio said, mrs. clinton is a lie. >> our super pac, our viewers. they've got our back. >> that's super back. >> meanmeanwhile, how does this happen? a military blimp breaks free, floats through two states and knocks out the lights. >> just as i predicted. >>," my god, it's going down. >> fled zeppelin, what a banner. what the military is saying about the blimp. >> our analysis of the debates continues. up next. how did our candidates do with the real time reaction walking in. your body was made for better things than rheumatoid arthritis. before you and your rheumatologist
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fired up more about the moderators than the candidates. some of the most popular tweets had to do with the moderators. they categorized them terrible. that word was used nearly 2,000 times. the word awful, nearly 1500 times. the word bad, 1200 times. >> it's amazing. we don't know who these people are, we don't know what political party they're in, we know how they feel. now what is twitter showing us? >> on the biggest responses, take a look at this chart to see ted cruz, the moment he attacked the moderators and said what kind of questions are these? look at that huge spike on that chart. in that moment he had 55,000 twitter mentions just from that one comment alone. overall he crushed it. he had about 134,000 twitter mentions. donald trump came in second with 97,000. ben carson, 84,000. >> carly fiorina got the most time but it doesn't really matter what you do with the most time. it's what you do with the time you get. >> al roker. >> perfect point. great philosopher by the way. >> right. >> i want to bring up marco
rubio. i thought he had a stellar night last night. you say this is the moment that stood out for him. >> when he attacked the mainstream media and talked about super pacs being in the back pocket of the democratic party, that's what this moment was. watch. >> the democrats have the ultimate super pac. it's called the mainstream media. >> it's interesting, he could have lost that one big. it was donald trump trying to tell everyone to dump your super pac. he grabbed that moment and then turned it around. >> bob on twitter wrote in and said, yeah, that was the best response of the night from rubio. mine street meet yeah is hillary's super pac. >> i thought that made a lot of sense. >> another area to bring up? >> most well received on twitter. ben carson did well. he had 64%. people thought that mentioning ben carson came out on top. marco rubio came in second. governor mike huckabee with 56. i was looking at the most twitter followers added.
this was a huge dropoff. ben carson added 8,000. trump was adding 55,000 last time. rubio, 4,000. maybe that's a response to not as many people watching the debate. ben carson/rubio on top. >> carson, he's not built for a great debate but he is so likeable. a lot of people say, i have to know more about that guy. >> when he draws you in, he slowly quiets it down, draws you in and get a huge social media response. >> clayton, great to see you. you can't wear that suit this weekend. mental note. >> i only have one. >> we'll get you another one. straight ahead, football players going to pot, really. >> this is a medicine that's been used for thousands of years and it's helping particular ailments of football players in big ways. >> so why are these former nfl players advocating for pot now? stick around. we'll tell you. say god isn't real or fail the test. she failed the test. it turns out god is real, she's in middle school, and she'll join us next.
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. good morning to you. 24 minutes after the hour. couple other stories making headlines this morning. the run away military blimp that drifted for hours is finally secure this morning. it broke free from a military facility in maryland and then landed 160 miles away in rural pennsylvania. it took down power leans causing thousands of outages in that area. fighter jets tailed the $180 million blimp as it floated across state lines. the military trying to figure out how this thing got loose. now to hawaii. a 10-year-old boy in serious condition this morning after a shark sinks its teeth into his leg. he was body boarding 50 yards
off shore. he then had to be rescued by an off duty life guard. here in new york city the mets just rolling into the big apple. you can see that right there after losing to the royals 7-1 in game two of the world series. >> fly ball right field. royals up 2 games to nothing. >> pitching quite a game. game three tomorrow night at citi field. those are your headlines. >> go, royals! heather, thank you. >> he's happy. is god real? if you say yes, you fail the test. students at a middle school in texas were asked to label god as fact, opinion, assertion. one of them labeled god a fact and the teacher gave her a failing grade. joining us jordan lee. jordan, thanks for being with us today. >> thank you. >> jordan, you were asked this question. when you read the question and you answered it, what did --
what was your reaction when the teacher came back and didn't like it? >> my initial reaction was to be shocked. we were asked to identify the statement there is a god as either fact or opinion or an assertion. it is what she described it as a myth and whenever i answered fact or opinion because in my religious beliefs it's a fact to me but i could see from other religions it could be an opinion. she told me both answers are wrong and he was, indeed, unreal and just a myth. >> when your teacher said there is no god, what did you say? what did you do? >> i tried referencing such as the bible and she told me that it was not accurate because it wasn't written by god himself and it was written by the disciples. >> jordan, how did your friends
react? how did those who answered the question the exact way you would, which was quite open minded i might add and strong in your faith, how did your friends react to the teacher's words? >> not -- some of them reacted fine. they felt like it was fine for her to say that, but a lot of my friends were not so happy with the response and she -- one of my friends, she went home and she started crying. so, i mean -- >> well, i don't blame her. here's the thing. you were upset and we understand. >> sure. >> so that night, because this happened on reading monday. monday you went to the school board and you told them what happened. they have since issued this statement. it says, the activity, which was intended to encourage critical thinking skills, was not intended to question or challenge any student's religious belief. the activity will no longer be used by the school and appropriate personnel action will be taken. i understand after this happened
you felt that your teacher should be fired because that's sort of teaching does not belong in the classroom. since then you've changed your mind. how do you feel about what should happen now? >> i felt like she should be put on suspension or something along those lines because her being fired is something that i wouldn't wish upon someone and i do believe that people should -- people do make mistakes and they should be forgiven. >> jordan, what a heart you have and what a strong young woman you are. thanks for joining us this morning. that's a kind thing you just said. well done. >> thank you. >> great. she stood up for what she believed. >> she did. all right. now this coming up, another fight for faith, speaking of. this one involving a coach who refuses to stop praying after football games. well, there's a big update to this story, and god's not going
to like it. last night's debate was supposed to tackle economic issues. so did that actually happen? we've got our fox business channel paneling, and they are next. good morning to you both. >> good morning. but first, we want to wish a happy birthday to actor richard dreyfuss. he's 68 years old today. >> we're going to need a bigger cake. ♪ ♪
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renegotiated it down to two hours so we could get the hell out of here. not bad. >> john harwood said it was never supposed to be three hours. >> just for the record, although he was wrong a couple of times. >> where's elisabeth. >> they messed with the wrong negotiator. >> i'm right here. to your right pretty much. >> oh, there you are. >> don't miss me long. i'll be back on the curvy couch in a moment. it was supposed to be all business but last night's debate looked more like a shooting gallery. >> donald trump, when you look at him do you see someone with the moral authority to unite the country? >> somebody put me on the home page they did that without my perfect sigs. >> does that not speak to your vetting process or judgment? >> no, it speaks to the fact that i don't know it's going on. >> i'm sure you liquidated a $68,000 retirement fund, that's something that cost you thousands of dollars in taxes and penalties. in terms of all of that, it
raises the question whether you have maturity and the wisdom to lead a $17 trillion economy. >> is this a comic book version of a presidential campaign? >> that actually happened. we're not making that up. did we actually learn a thing or two, or not, about the candidate's vision for the economy? joining me are stewart carney and deidre. that was aggravating. did we learn anything about the plan and vision of the candidates as we were told we would? >> cnbc lost this. this is not how to handle a political debate. the questions were snarky, they were gotcha questions and frankly at one point they were downright insulting. rubio was asked he liquidated his pension fund. was he capable of handling the nation's finances. what an insult. >> this is how he handled it. watch this. >> the tax foundation which was alluded to earlier scored your tax plan and concluded that you
give nearly twice as much of a gain in after-tax income to the top 1% as to people in the middle of the income scale. since you're the champion of americans living paycheck to paycheck, don't you have that backward? >> no, you have that wrong. the largest is for the people under the lowest spectrum. there's a bunch of things. you know the story, you had to go back and fix it. >> no, i didn't. >> rubio went and did defend his personal actions and refocused it. >> and he won that one. >> he did. second, when he took to taxes, he had to go back and correct over twitter his own reporting. he said tax donation said rubio benefits lowest 10% proportionally 55.9%. top 1%, average 17.8. >> what rubio did, when he was asked about the economy, this is a rare economic, markets, job focus question. he has to turn it.
he did a great job when asked about job creation he talked about the h 1 d visas. the tech economy. in my view, i know you had a social media person on as well, he actually carried it. >> let me ask you about kris christie when he discussed social security. watch this. >> let me be honest with the people who are watching at home. the government has lied to you and they have stolen from you. they told you that your social security money is in a trust fund. all that's in that trust fund is a pile of ious from money they spent a while ago. >> love your reaction. >> that's precisely right. kris christie was flat out accurate. i think he came through very well last night. >> i think he was great. >> he went on the attack against the moderators. christie was on the attack, ted cruz on the attack, carly fiorina on the attack. they won hands down. the moderators flat out lost. >> i love chris christie. my favorite chris christie moment, why are you asking us
about sports betting? we have isis, we have an economy that is stalling at the moment, we have $19 trillion in debt. why are we talking about sports betting? >> he was able to refocus and regear for sure. carly fiorina had some time on the stage. this is when she spoke about crony capitalism. >> crony capitalism is what happens when government gets so big and so powerful that only the big and the powerful can handle it. this is how socialism starts. government causes a problem and then government steps in and solves the problem. >> i mean, a great illustration of what's going on. >> look, all of the candidates came through with a plan for growth, how to grow the economy. they all made their mark in that respect. in that sense i got something out of that debate. and that was that essentially you cut taxes, you grow the economy. that's how you get things moving. i think all the candidates did very well on that issue. it was the moderators who lost.
>> the candidates were great. >> yes. >> they turned the question. they offered what they had to say. they offered substance and often it was really not the match-up to the question. carly fiorina on cronie capitalism, that was fantastic. >> it was. >> she did get the most screen time. she used it. >> when you look at this actual debate and what it was supposed to be and how it didn't do justice -- >> great point. >> it didn't. it is a loss for that channel. here we have pure direction. how will the debate here be different on fox business? >> tuesday? >> yes. >> november 10th. >> that's right. >> 6:00 p.m. eastern, 8:00 p.m. eastern, fox business network is going to carry it. our moderators are going to show them how to do it. you'll have objective questions, hard questions, but they're not going to take issue with the candidates and debate the candidates. >> you're going to hear more on the economy. >> yes. >> you're going to hear more about taxes. you're going to hear more about
job growth. >> the voters will get information? >> get information and get information about the economy. that is what every single person cares about. how much money do i have in my pocket? how can i make my daily life better, provide better for my family? that's all people want to know. >> that's what you will get on tuesday, november 10th on fox business network. >> we will be well set at that debate. >> what do you have over there for news for us today? >> elisabeth, a couple of headlines to bring you right now. thousands of mourners gathering to say good-bye to the latest new york city police officer who was killed in cold blood. 33-year-old randolph holder was gunned down chasing a career criminal who was arrested 28 times. the police commissioner said that holder, a third generation police officer, made the city proud. >> we saw ciaran doll of holder shield number 13340 and -- >> hard day for officers here.
detective randolph holder will be buried in his native country of giana. he leaves behind a daughter. the high school football coach criticized for praying at games is on paid administrative leave. they sent joe kennedy a letter relieving him of his duties for refusing to stop what the district calls his overt public and demonstrative religious conduct. for years players and coaches have voluntarily joined the marine combat veteran on the 50 yard line to pray. kennedy's lawyers say they are now considering legal action. and former nfl players met at a cannabis expo to support marijuana, both for medical and recreational use. kyle furley says that pot had helped him ease the pain from playing. listen to this. >> they should be using it in much more smarter ways, being able to speak to their doctors to help recover from the injuries sustained on the
fields. >> he said pain pills are popped like candy in the nfl and that pot, he says, is a safer alternative. phil collins, you know the singer, making a comeback now. ♪ ♪ ♪ >> oh, remember that song? well, you will hear a lot more because the british artist told "rolling stone" he is working on a new album and is going on a tour. he called it quits four years ago. he will take his two young sons on the road with him. we talked to a lot of artists who do that. those are your headlines. >> great news. thank you very much, heather. >> yeah. >> we've got to dig out phil collins singing the "fox & friends" theme song. >> great. i would love to hear that. >> yeah. >> yes. >> 19 minutes before the -- hey, straight ahead, ever wonder why the australians have that fun
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i hope the mourdocks are sleeping. an australian professor says their ancestors frequently got drunk together hundreds of years together. the speech pattern stuck over time. we're going to look for a second source. australian family is forced to jump into action. the kangaroo jumps into a pool. it doesn't take long for it to realize it can't get out. this is the first play by play i've ever done on a kangaroo from escaping. it took the family 45 minutes. i'm going inside and disguising my voice. >> thank you very much. have a mimosa. meanwhile, last night each of the republican presidential candidates tried to make their case for smaller federal government. >> liberty thrives when government is small. i want a government so small i can barely see it. >> we're going to have to have a major reduction in the regulatory influence that's going on. the government is not supposed to be in every part of our lives and that's what's causing the
problem. >> big government favors the big, the powerful, the wealthy and the well connected and crushes the small and powerless. it is why we have to simplify. it is why we have to reduce the size and power of government. >> it's always the solution of the left to create more government from the federal government. it is broken. it is not working. >> it is not working. which candidate most effectively made the case for smaller federal government. fox news senior judicial analyst and mets fan judge napolitano joins us. >> i am a die hard yankee fan but of course rooting for the mets. >> i like the royals. >> i still love ya. there are two candidates on that stage -- all of them say they want smaller government. >> right. >> only two by their behavior this week as well as what they said last night demonstrated their fidelity to a small government. >> carly fiorina? >> no, rand paul and ted cruz. everybody else on that stage is in favor of the budget that the congress is about to adopt which
permits barack obama on his own to borrow all the money he wants. >> unlimit snd. >> correct. it's the first time since woodrow wilson was president that there was no cap on the president's ability to borrow money. rand paul opposes that. ted cruz opposes that. rand paul wants to get rid of the irs. ted cruz wants to get rid of the irs. they are the only two who are serious in my view and expressed it last night about shrinking the federal government and shrinking it radically. >> sure. >> the others all say they want to shrink it because that's what the audience wants to hear. >> sure. and conservatives for the most part are for smaller government. i thought mike huckabee actually had a great point yesterday. >> huk has great lines. >> when he compared that blimp that got loose to the -- as a metaphor for the federal government. >> it is a metaphor for the federal government, and it's going to be far worse. it's beyond me why republicans are in favor except for rand paul, ted cruz and others are in
favor of giving barack obama that power. that blimp will be barack obama borrowing money -- look, he's borrowed $6 trillion in six years in the white house. how much -- do you think he can beat that in the next 16 months? the answer is -- >> maybe. >> -- congress is going to let him do it. >> man oh, man. i know you're not a media analyst. just your reaction to the bias last night? >> terrible. outrageous. cnbc should be ashamed of themselves. i don't know who would watch anything they put on again. >> no kidding. judge, thank you very much. >> all the best. coming up on this thursday, it was one of the most insulting questions on the evening. >> you've been a young man in a hurry ever since you won your first election in your 20s. why not slow down, get a few more things done first or at least finish what you start? >> marco rubio's answer helped put him on the top. senator rubio here at the top of the hour in just about ten minutes. you've heard the saying, early to bed, early to rise. is that true?
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welcome back. it's sleep week on "fox & friends" and everything you thought you knew about getting a good night's rest is out the window, officially. fox news medical a-team dr. marc siegel is here with us to debunk some common sleep myths. sleeping pills. some people take them to get to sleep because they need sleep. the myth, we think, is that they are harmless. >> that's a myth. they're okay for occasional use. but the problem is they interfere with quality of sleep. >> really? >> they're habit uating, they become addictive after awhile. you've hear the stories of bizarre behavior, somebody wakes
up, they're cooking. they don't know how they got there. and then they're driving a car or sleepwalking out the door. this occasionally happens. you've got to watch out for this >> this is linked to sleeping pills? >> certain pills, ambien, sonata, that group of pills. and they're all addictive. >> is there anything holestic that you can do like this melatonin? >> melatonin is great. bananas and cherries make a lot of melatonin. ballerian tea is good. that has melatonin in it, too. >> what about energy drinks can keep you going? >> that's also a myth. they have a lot of caffeine in them and caffeine decreases your melatonin, interferes with your sleep cycle. you do not want to take energy drinks too close to bedtime. several hours away is safer. take in the evening. >> even if you take it in the morning, probably better. i can't fall asleep so i want to put on the tv. that helps me fall asleep. good, true? >> false. all of us with our electronic devices, our iphone, our ipad,
the tv. that blue light keeps us awake. you've got to turn all of that off an hour or two before have a dark, cool, quiet room. >> maybe once upon a time that television could have suited your sleep, now based on the light it does not. >> it does not. >> you start the world series at 7:00 p.m. eastern time. >> should have been earlier. >> thank you very much. there's a lot wrong with that debate. early to bed early to rise makes a man healthy, wealthy and wise. >> maybe ben franklin was right but in our day it doesn't matter when you go to bed, it matters you get the full seven, eight hours of sleep like you didn't get the other night at your book party. >> i get eight a week. >> he's made of something else. >> you don't sleep enough. get your seven hours. doesn't matter whether it's -- >> doesn't matter what time you go to bed? >> if this continues you're going to have to satisfy my deductible. >> what about when you can't get to sleep and i find myself staying in bed so mad getting to sleep. >> do not make your bed a prison. go to another room, have that banana, have that cherry. you never know what you're going to find in another room and maybe you'll sleep better in the
air of another room. >> you reference bananas twice which means this segment must be sponsored by chiquita or something. >> cherries. >> okay. now you can sleep a little bit better thanks to dr. siegel. thank you very much. >> and remember seven or eight hours a night on a regular basis. discipline is the key to good sleep. >> all right. >> we need to work on that. >> okay. >> somebody find us the cherries and bananas. doctor, thanks. >> special thanks to the bed for being a great spot. >> now this coming up, a huge show ahead for you. you do not want to be sleeping for this. fresh off the debate, senator marco rubio, governors chris christie and mike huckabee and carly fiorina are all joining us live! >> separately though, right? ♪ the way i see it,
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>> why not slow down, get a few more things done first. >> in terms of all of that, we look back your board fired you. >> why would you serve on a company's policy seems to run counter to your views on homosexuality? >> icy to say the least. what do you think about it? your comments, oh, they are pouring in. we'll read them. >> and coming up, some say it was the most insulting question of the night. >> you bet a young man in a hurry ever since you won your first election in your 20s. why not slow down, get a few more things done first, or at least finish what you started? >> senator marco rubio is here to respond. >> i don't remember them asking barack obama that question. >> yeah. >> let me look at that again. >> nope. >> meanwhile, remember when quentin tarantino said this about our nation's police. >> i am a human being with a conscience, and when i see murder, i cannot stand by, and i have to call the murderers, and
i have call the murderers the murderers. >> the brand new fight to shut him down straight ahead. live from new york and colorado, "fox & friends." if you have a moment guys, i know we're on camera right now, but could someone explain to me the rules of last night's debate? i saw a free for all. a saw free time, play time, no supervision. >> i saw a night fight between the moderators, trying to sandbag or destroy the republicans. >> and i saw right through it. >> there you go. >> as did many americans, and today, just who you want to hear from, in case you didn't get to last night because you couldn't find it or you were too frustrated based on their lack thereof format, marco rubio the
senator is about to join us. governor chris christie is going to join us, carly fiorina joining us, and governor mike huckabee. >> that's right. >> we are going to get down to business with them this morning on "fox & friends." not to be missed. >> that's right. and the moderators asked questions that they wanted to ask, because clearly they have an agenda. what questions do you want answered. ask us online through e-mail, or twitter, or facebook. and we may actually use your questions to one of those candidates. >> as you know, john rbeober ou before, during and now it's after. john, tell us how you saw things and recap it for us. >> brian, elisabeth, steve, good morning. you know, it's cnn's debate -- or cnn's goal during the last debate at the reagan library was to encourage the candidates to go after each other, then cnbc's goal last night was to pour gasoline all over the stage and start throwing matches. it all became too much for ted cruz, who saw clear examples of media bayous last night, asked a loaded question about his opposition to raising the debt
ceiling, cruz went off on the moderators. listen to this. >> the questions that have been asked so far in this debate illustrate why the american people don't trust the media. this is not a cage match. and if you look at the question, donald trump, are you a comic book villain? ben carson, can you do math? john, kasich, will you insult two people over here? marco rubio, why don't you resign? jeb bush, why have your numbers fallen? the contrast with the democratic debate, where every fawning question from the media was, which of you is more handsome and wise? >> at some points last night it was difficult to tell if the debate was between the candidates or between the moderators and the candidates. but when chris christie was repeatedly interrupted by a questioner, he bit his head off. >> no, john. you want me to answer or do you want to answer? because i got to tell you the truth, even in new jersey, what you're doing is called rude. so --
>> the debate had barely finished when the rnc chairman reince priebus complained to cnbc saying that the network should be ashamed of itself for what happened last night. but, keep in mind, it was the rnc that cut the deal with cnbc to host this debate. maybe a case of, if you're going to lie down with lions, you might get eaten. >> wow, what a quote. >> thank you, john. >> joining us today from boulder, colorado. >> nice work out there. >> coming up right now from colorado, as well, is senator from florida, marco rubio. senator, congratulations, a number of people say you were one of the winners last night. but it seems universal the big loser was cnbc. what kind of an agenda did they have going going into that debate with you guys last night? >> yeah, i don't think it's atypical from what you see among most people in the mainstream media which is, privately they believe they're smarter than the people running and they can't wait for their chance to show off in front of their buddies by asking some question they think
is going to embarrass, especially republicans. i think the bigger frustration you saw is that all those candidates on the stage had prepared for a substantive debate. everyone was ready to talk about trade policy and the debt and tax policies, and we were ready for that. everybody was. and then you get questions like the ones everybody got. which were clearly designed to either get us to fight against each other, or to say something embarrassing about each other -- about us, and then ask us to react. that's what the purpose of these questions were. it became irritating. you go on a network that specializes in economic news, and you get questions like some of the ones that were asked last night. >> right. >> and the real frustration begins to bubble over. >> you began with great optimism and you handled those types of questions very well, according to those that sounded in walk. we want to share with everybody a little bit of your response to the moderators and the mainsfreem bias. watch. >> you have discredited attacks from democrats and my political opponents and i'm not going to waste 60 seconds detailing them all. in 2008 barack obama missed 60%
or 70% of the votes and the same newspaper endorsed him again. this is another example of the double standard that exists in this country between the mainstream media and the conservative media. the democrats have the ultimate super pac it's called the mainstream media. the mainstream media is going around saying it was the greatest week in hillary clinton's campaign. it was the week she got exposed as a liar. >> so you're just a young man in a hurry. that question really just blew everybody's minds that they would ask -- i mean today when you look back on that moment, why are they telling you to sit back and wait this out? what are they so afraid of? >> yeah, and beyond that i would say that that's actually something i've heard from the establishment of the republican party. >> sure. >> i heard it when i ran for the senate, i hear it now. wait your turn. wait in line. it's someone else's turn. i don't know why there's this lack of urgency about the future of america. the time has come for the republican party to turn the page. no disrespect towards the people that are there now or served us in the past but we need a new generation of leaders that understand what's going on in the 21st century in the lives of our people. and it's one of the reasons why i'm running. because both our party and our
country needs to elect leaders that understand what life is like for real people in the world today. this disconnect that exists today between washington, and the american people, is enormous. and i wish i could say it was just democrats. it's republicans, too. and embedded in that question is that thought process. that -- >> well, you need to rate around for 30 years or 20 years before you can join us and be a part of what we're doing here. it's outrageous and i quite frankly don't understand it. >> maybe look at what governor christie's going through now when he didn't run earlier. maybe that was a lesson that you only have one opportunity at it. the debates that you lived through. here's something you didn't live through, that's a focus group. we put that sound bite to them, or frank did, and here's their reaction. i know you can't see, but listen. >> he called out hillary for being a liar. i was really tired of hearing the mainstream media say what a great week she had last week. she was proved to be a liar. >> and you like that language from marco rubio. >> i did. >> it was by far the best line of the night in my opinion. i thought he was bold and he flipped the script and came
right back at them. >> as a veteran myself i appreciated the fact that he shined the spotlight on hillary and how they've been covering for her in regards to our soldiers' deaths. >> how many of you walked in here supporting rubio? walked in here supporting rubio? four of you. how many of you are walking out supporting rubio, two, four, six, eight, nine. >> so you heard their reaction. what's your feeling? >> well, look, i feel very strong about that issue. yeah. it's good. i mean we obviously want to see that reflected in february in iowa when we have that caucus. but, the bigger issue is the one they're talking about, the one we raised, and it's the one that really angered me last week. hillary clinton last week got caught. she was sending e-mails to her family and friends saying that the attack on benghazi, in benghazi, was attack by terrorist group, al qaeda-like groups and then she was going in front of the press, for over a week, she went to the families of these victims and told them this is because of a video. if that -- if that was a republican that had done that, there would be editorials across this country asking them to drop
out of the race. instead, what we got is headlines saying, hillary's back. greatest week ever. she it crushed the republicans. it's outrageous. i mean it is so blatantly obvious that the bias is so deep in the media, and most of the media about these issues. and i wanted to point that out rast night. because we're tired of it. it's just unacceptable. >> there was another example of media bias and that is with the chief inquisitor last night, john harwood, on the question regarding your tax plan. he flat-out apparently lied about it. we're going to play the exchange and then do some explaining. watch. >> the tax foundation which was alluded to earlier scored your tax plan and concluded that you give nearly twice as much of the gain in aftertax income to the top 1% as to people in the middle of the income scale. since you're the champion of the americans living paycheck to paycheck, don't you have that backwards? >> no, you're wrong. in fact the largest aftertax gains is for the people at the lower end of the tax cuts under
my plan. and there's a bunch of things my tax plan does to help them. number one you have people in this country -- >> tax foundation, just to be clear -- >> no, you don't have that correct. you wrote a story about it and you had to go back and correct it. >> i did not -- >> you were correct. you said he had to go back and correct it. he did with the tweet. we're going to put it up. on october 14th. he corrected his tweet. and then last night, scott hodge, who is the president of the tax foundation, which is -- was the quotation there, said this, rubio was right about his plan. poor get larger tax benefits than the rich. >> so -- >> almost double. by almost double. >> so what was -- >> and he was wrong. and he was wrong -- >> do you think he just got the fact wrong? or was he just trying to play fast and loose with the facts to make you look bad? >> yeah. so what he did, instead of saying well your tax plan saves the most money for the people on the bottom end of the spectrum, but the rich get a break, as well. explain that. he basically made it sound the
worst way possible and i caught him and corrected him on it. the truth is my tax plan allows the people who make the least amount of money to keep the most. but my tax plan helps everyone without hurting anyone. it is not designed to punish anyone. it's one of the things i love about free enterprise is everyone can be better off without anyone having to be worse off. that's the difference between conservatism and liberalism. liberalism believes the tax code and government exists to punish people who are successful to help people who are struggling. i believe we can help everybody without hurting anyone. and, in fact, it is a false choice to argue that you have to hurt some to help others. >> senator, there's a lot of things you can criticize the moderators for but not for you and jeb bush mixing it up. he decided to go after you over your voting record. here's how it went. >> marco, when you signed up for this, this was a six-year term and you should be showing up to work. i mean, literally, the senate what is it like a french work week? you get like three days where you have to show up? you can campaign. or just resign and let someone else take the job. >> over the last few weeks i've listened to jeb as he's walked
around the country and said that you're modeling your campaign after john mccain. that you're going to launch a serious comeback the way he did. you know how many votes john mccain missed when he was carrying out that serious comeback -- >> he wasn't -- >> well let me tell you. i don't remember you ever complaining about john mccain's vote record. the only reason why we're doing it now is because you're running for the same position and someone has convinced you that attacking me is going to help you. >> wow. you really believe that somebody got inside governor bush's head and said you can't win if he's in? >> yeah, look. sometimes campaigns change direction because they're convinced of some strategy or some tactic. it isn't going to change me. and i said that last night. i haven't said disparaging word about him and i won't. i have admiration for him. he's considered my friend. and i have personal affection towards him. i'm not running against jeb bush. nor am i running against any of the other republicans in this race. i'm running for president. what i'm going to continue to do is tell people who i am, and what i'll do as they make me president and -- >> you were -- >> you were ready for that, though. >> you were. >> well, look, again, i mean we know that that was an issue that
people are out there talking about and they were pushing. but that's not what my campaign is about. it's not about attacking other people and i'm not going to start. if we have policy differences i'm happy to discuss those. >> senator, we asked our viewers to send in questions since the moderators did such a lousy job getting to the issues. we're giving our viewers a chance to get to the answers. here's one for you for senator from mark, he tweets that had you been president the night our consulate in benghazi was attacked what would you have done differently? your answer? >> well, first of all, if i had been president that consulate would have either not been open or better secured. because we knew that was a dangerous place. that ambassador and others repeatedly asked for more security. second, we would have had an extraction team nearby. there was no military assets nearby to help extract these people. and unfortunately, four of them died. and beyond it would say that i would have immediately gotten involved and ensured that we had as many assets there as possible to help save lives as possible and people would have paid a price for what they've done. to this day some of the individuals responsible for that attack remain at large. we know who they are.
and in my opinion, i know it's a tough job, but not enough has been done to bring them to justice. there are many people involved. this was an orchestrated and organized attack. but that consulate, if it would have remained open, it would have had a lot more security than what it had that night and an extraction plan with military assets nearby ready to respond. >> wouldn't have minded hearing that question last night. senator marco rubio you have a lot of reason to be pleased today. thanks so much for joining us. 6 >> thank you. thank you. >> thank you for your time, senator. now this coming up, remember when quentin tarantino said this about our nation's police officers? >> and i have to call the murdered the murdered and i have to call the murderers the murderers. >> the brand-new fight to shut him down, ahead. th is... okay kids, let's go. no one can really fill your shoes when you're sick. alka-seltzer plus day cold & flu has three cold symptom fighters to relieve your tough symptoms. [deep breath] stay unstoppable. alka-seltzer plus.
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we are back with a fox news alert. look at these pictures. mystery and mayhem in the sky yesterday. a military blimp the size of a football field just floated away from its kevlar tether that was a mile long. setting off a mad scramble to try to stop it. >> where is my blimp team? >> garrett tenney is live in washington. garrett, what exactly happened here? >> well, this blimp, or aerostat as it's called is part of a more than $2 billion program that's supposed to protect the east coast from cruise missiles or other threats. but around noon yesterday the giant tethered blimp somehow
broke free of its concrete anchors in northeast maryland. for four hours it drifted northwest across maryland, and pennsylvania, dragging its thick, 6700 foot cable on the ground for much of the way, damaging buildings and knocking out power lines, leaving nearly 30,000 people without power at one point. as you can imagine, the runaway blimp caused quite a stir as it made its way through many small towns. >> i think it's ridiculous. i mean, it's $2 billion, you know, project, and they don't have a contingency for, you know, how to rescue it or you know, how to tether it, and -- it wasn't a crazy storm. it wasn't a really windy day. >> after four hours on the run the blimp eventually ran out of helium in a rural area in northwestern pennsylvania. its tail section broke off and fell in a nearby field, and the blimp itself landed in sometree. thankfully, it appears no one was injured. and a specialized military team
is now on the ground to recover the pieces of equipment, and to try to figure out how it got loose. back to you all. >> all right, garrett, thank you very much. of course, last night mike huckabee used the blimp story from yesterday as a metaphor for the federal government. he wasn't far off. all right. coming up straight ahead, it has become one of the biggest highlights of last night's debate. >> -- in government -- >> no, john. do you want me to answer or do you want to answer? because, -- >> wait till you hear what he says next. governor chris christie joins us live from colorado when we return. (trader vo) i search.
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headlines this morning. a manhunt is under way in indianapolis at this hour after gunmen opened fire in a shopping mall. one person is in critical condition in the hospital. two others hospitalized with non-life-threatening injuries. police say that the suspect knew one of the victims. and now, to hawaii. a 10-year-old boy in serious condition this morning after a shark sinks its teeth into the boy's leg. he was body boarding 50 yards offshore. he was rescued by an off duty lifeguard. and the lapd joining new york city cops in boycotting the director quentin tarantino's movies. this after he joined in an anti-police protest in new york city, just four days after one of new york's own was gunned down. >> because i am a human being with a conscience, and when i see murder, i cannot stand by, and i have to call the murdered the murdered, and i have to call the murderers the murderers. >> calling police murderers.
well, the lapd union says that tarantino's comments encourage attacks on police officers. those are your headlines. i'll see you in about 25 minutes. >> next time you apply for a permit i don't think we should worry about approving it. >> yeah. all right heather, thank you. it is one of the most talked about moments from last night's debate in colorado. when the conversation drifted to the important topic of fantasy football. >> are we really talking about getting -- >> -- government involved in fantasy football? >> yes. >> we have -- wait a second. we have $19 trillion in debt. we have people out of work. we have isis in and al qaeda attacking us and we're talking about fantasy football? can we stop? [ applause ] >> so how about this -- how about we get the government to do what they're supposed to be doing. secure our borders, protect our people, and support american values and american families. enough on fantasy football.
let people play. who cares. >> by the way, and who cares by the way, he wasn't exactly called on but it was probably the best line of the night. governor chris christie, how soon did you realize that there were really no rules to this debate and you were going to assert yourself any time you see fit? >> well, listen, the moderators last night were awful. and the fact is that the press in this country, in general, has shown, over the course of the last number of months, their bias against the republican party, and against our candidates. and we're going to stand up, i'm not going to sit around and let me or my colleagues be treated like that. not only in the biased way, but also with the irrelevant questions that were being asked. the american people deserve better than that. and if we're not tough enough to stand up and interject like i did last night, not tough enough to be on the stage with hillary clinton next september. >> you definitely were the one to get in there a number of times and take the bull of that debate by the horns and redirect it. >> there was plenty of bull, by the way. >> at one point, governor, john harwood wouldn't let you finish a question. we're going to play it for our
viewers right now in case they missed it and we'd love your reaction. watch. >> well, there's no evidence that they can fix anything in washington -- >> what should we do? >> what we should do is to be investing in all types of energy, john. all types of energy. and i play -- >> in government? >> no, john. john do you want me to answer or do you want to answer? because -- because i got to tell you the truth, even in new jersey, what you're doing is called rude. so -- >> i mean, big response from the crowd there on that. were you ready walking in to this debate to handle it the way you did? >> listen, elisabeth, you know what's made me ready to handle this debate? being governor of new jersey for the last six years and being u.s. attorney for seven years before that. you know, what the american people want and need is someone who is tough enough, and strong enough, and tested enough to be president of the united states. to take on hillary clinton next fall, and to take on vladimir putin in january of '17. and so, i am the candidate in
this race who is tested, and who is ready, and has taken on the tough issues. and by the way, is also willing to tell them the truth on things like entitlements which you didn't hear from almost anybody else on the stage last night. they all tiptoe around it. because i've dealt with this problem in new jersey on pensions and health benefits you need to deal with it at the national level as well. and when i'm president, that's exactly what i'm going to do. >> and last night you said there's nothing in the trust funds, but ious and that the government has lied to you and stolen from you. governor i'm glad you mention mrs. clinton in that last sound bite of yours right there, because you also took shot at all -- a shot at all the democrats, as weak links. listen to this. can >> i don't see a lot of weakness on the stage quite frankly. where i see the weakness is the three people left on the democratic stage. i see a socialist, an isolationist, and a pessimist, and for the sake of me i can't figure out which one is which. >> funny line. going in, you know the debate was about business and our money and things like that. were you disappointed that you,
you know, you had all the subjects you knew them backward and forward and where you stood on them and they didn't really touch that. it was all about the gotcha questions. >> it was all about -- listen it was all about cnbc showing their bias. and you know, as a republican candidate, and as a republican leader in this country, i'm not going to stand for it any longer. i'm not going to stand on that stage and be a punching bag for moderators who are looking to, you know, get a toast made to them at their next liberal cocktail party in new york city. which is exactly what they were looking to do. and so we're going to fight, and listen, what our voters, what our supporters should take away, i think, from last night is look up on that stage. who is the person who looked mature, tested, ready, and a fighter to be able to get things done for the american people? it's not going to be easy because the media going to be working for her 24/7 and we're going to have to have somebody strong enough to take those hits and fight back. >> i saw that last week.
here's a treat from lori, she has a higher voice than me. i would like to achieve -- >> to the kip cal viewer of "fox & friends" we asked folks to write us questions. >> we asked at the beginning of the show. she said, i would like to know what steps governor christie would take to help the middle class. >> well, listen, laurie, the question is a really good one. here's what we do. simplify the tax code so you can do your taxes in 15 minutes and i can fire a bunch of irs agents. you'd be able to keep more of your own money. kill this regulatory nightmare that they've created down there. but also, make sure that we make student debt a thing of our past in the united states. we need to give national services an option to help our young people work off any student debt they run up. and we need to make these colleges and universities much more accountable for what they're spending our money on. stop building monuments to yourselves, and rock climbing walls. let's get down to education and make tuition reasonable for families and the middle class,
and the last thing is, let's stop having all this free and easy money out there that helps the stock market go up. let's have an economy that works on main street. i talked to that last scaper last night, through the camera and said to them, you need a president who understands that you're not hiring more people, because you're afraid of the government coming and sitting on you with more regulations like obamacare and others. this is going to be the president who's going to lift that off. that's going to lift middle class wages for laurie and everybody else out in that audience. >> all right, governor. game three is friday. that's tomorrow. i expect to see you on the field, and then of course saturday is game four. you're a big mets fan. >> i'm a huge mets fan. you see i've got the orange and blue tie on this morning. we were down 2-0 in 1986 and came back and beat the boston red songs. and we lost those first two games at home. so we've got them right where we want them. >> wait a minute. what's this we business? i'm from kansas city. >> hey! >> even though i live in your state. >> governor christie, thank you very much for joining us today from colorado. >> all right.
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there was controversy before the debate even started. some of the candidates were unhappy with the green rooms they were given. this is the room where the candidates and their staffs hang out before and during the debate. basically the candidates with the highest poll numbers got the best rooms. and the other guys, who didn't, got upset. donald trump got this room. this is the best room. it looks like a buffalo wild wings. you see, it's got everything. here's marco rubio's room. we have -- he's got -- his room's not too bad, leather seats, not too shabby. carly fiorina's room had a jacuzzi in it you could see. why i have no idea. it's not the bachelorette. this is the room they gave rand paul. for real.
his team was very unhappy with it so they complained and then they got this room, which now he has two folding tables. and a dry erase board. >> so just exactly what did governor mike huckabee's green room look like? was it truly the loading dock? he joins us live now from colorado. governor, what kind of a green room did you have? >> well, it was the locker room. but it was okay. honestly, i didn't care what kind of room i had backstage. i was more concerned about what kind of room i was going to get onstage. and i think for most of us who are candidates, that's what we go there for. we don't give a hoot about what the back room looks like. we do care intensely about what's going to happen on that stage, the kind of questions we get asked. and that was far more disappointing. >> well, started off feeling like a rec room with just a disorganized format and really transparent attempt to not talk about business, which the american people deserved. you took it by the reins, governor, when it came to
talking donald trump and the clintons and ties. we're going to give our viewers a glimpse of that now. >> i love donald trump. he is a good man. i'm wearing a trump tie tonight. get over that one, okay? >> such a nasty question. but thank you, governor. >> you're welcome. >> i am the only guy, the only guy that has consistently fought the clinton machine every election i was ever in over the past 26 years. and not only did i fight them and win, i lived to tell about it. and i'm standing on this stage tonight as evidence of that. and i think that ought to be worth something. >> so governor, we heard that last night. the part -- you know, you were wearing a trump tie, and donald trump, thank you. the whole thing was a question about donald trump to you. but you did talk about how you had beaten the clintons for years. how did you do that? >> well, first of all, you had to go after the people that really felt like they'd been run over by the political machine of the state. the same kind of people who feel like they're being run over by the political machine of america, where crony capitalism
has replaced a real sense of the free market. where people feel like there's a totally different set of rules for people like gets away going through an 11-hour hearing admitting she lied about benghazi, lied to the very people whose family members were killed, and the press says she had a great day and she won. when is it that a person wins with the media, because they admitted, on camera, in front of a congressional committee, that they outright repeatedly lied about the murder of four americans? only, only in the media is that a win. >> earlier you responded to a question and said, look at donald trump. he's the leader. because he is the moral authority to be president of the united states and you chose not to answer that question, carried it around and said officially i'm going to talk more about myself, not about donald trump. now somebody who is not a political professional would say why wouldn't you if you want to be number one why wouldn't you go after the number one guy? >> well, it's real simple, brian, because i look like we're all running for quarterback of the team. we're all trying out.
i think i'd be the best quarterback to take us not only in to the game, but to win the game, because i know how to defeat this clinton political machine we're going to be facing. and i've governed effectively and successfully. but i don't want to be the quarterback for any other reason other than i can play the best game. i don't want to become the quash of the team of republicans because i broke the legs of all the other guys trying out for the job. these are my teammates. these are not my enemies. >> sure. >> they're my colleagues. and i disagree with them on many issues. but not so vividly as i do disagree with the democrats, bernie sanders, hillary clinton, and martin o'malley. the only three left standing over there. >> sure. so governor maybe you weren't trying to kneecap your opponents, however, it appeared to many people watching that the actual moderators of the event were out to destroy the republicans with gotcha questions. you mentioned earlier that forget about the green room, you were more concerned about the time in front of the camera. the time in front of the camera
you guys had to answer those craze ski questions. people didn't really want to hear about for the most part. >> well, it was very frustrating to be on the stage. number one, they had promised us they were going to stick to economic issues and substantive things. they didn't. they also said that there were algorithms that they had figured out so there would be a time allocation that would be very equitably distributed among the candidates. that didn't happen. and they lost control of the debate. the moderators just lost control of the debate and let the candidates take it over. it was a disaster that way. >> governor you mentioned how you were able to defeat this clinton machine, go up against them and still remain standing. you know, hillary clinton's reaction last night to the debate, some were saying, she this video posted of her brushing it off literally right there at the hearing. she -- >> brushing off the republicans. >> yeah. she posted it brushing off the republicans, i mean some saying how callous, how flippant. what was your reaction to her
reaction? >> well, i think it's very characteristic in that they do not believe that the media is ever going hold them as accountable as it will hold us. but they'll hold us accountable for little ridiculous things that happened 25, 30 years ago. they will not ask hillary why she lied. they will not ask hillary about -- if we're going to go back 30 years, let's go back to taking $1,000 and turning it into $100,000 on cattle futures. nobody can do that. i mean, there's a whole long litany of questions and issues, but she's not going to be held accountable. that's why i think it's going to be important to get in those debates with hillary, and we're going to have to ask those tough questions. i hope i'm the one on the stage that has the opportunity to do it. >> yeah, we'll see if we have a chance to do that and get some investment advice. now we asked our viewers, because they're as frustrated as we were watching that debate and you were in the debate, what questions they want answered. susan says for you, governor, i'm a small business owner and feel grateful to have survived
that recession. what are you proposing to do for businesses, such as mine to help us expand? >> the number one thing that would change the economy is to get rid of the current tax code and to shred the entire 77,000 pages as surely as lois lerner shredded all those e-mails and documents she had. if we replaced it with a consumption tax, where you didn't have taxes on capital and labor, we bring $21 trillion back to this country, but for a small business owner, it means there's no tax and regulatory issue to have to deal with. her job then becomes simple. she makes business decisions, not tax decisions. because most small business owners, and i've run small businesses. the biggest frustration is you don't get to make good business decisions. you always ask your accountant, what are the tax consequences of this? under the fair tax, which taxes consumption, you just pay when you buy something, and there is no irs. there are no reporting forms. and that transforms every small
business owner's life immediately. >> well, governor, you had a great night last night. and maybe it will be reflected in the polls. but who knows. all bets are off. there's nothing like this we've seen before. thanks so much for joining us this morning. >> always my pleasure. thank you guys. >> thanks. >> all right. coming up on this thursday, the video that's going to send chills down the backs of any parent. >> where's the candy? >> there is no candy. there's no candy at all. you guys are here now. >> oh, man. the guy behind the eye-opening youtube videos showing just how fast trick and -- trick-or-treating can turn really dangerous. he's going to join us straight ahead. >> i'm scared. >> and you saw brian's epic pitching fail. yesterday on the plaza. that was a bad omen for things to come do you think for his beloved mets? are you team steve or team brian? the results coming your way, next. >> that john franco, he's a
good morning to you, 47 minutes after the hour. some quick headlines to bring you right now. your happy marriage could be keeping you alive. there is a new study that shows that patients are more likely to die two years after heart surgery if they're single or divorced. researchers say it has to do with married patients having more support, and better help choosing a good hospital. and you know how some parents have those little, chubby babies? >> gimme, gimme! >> mine were like that. >> well cell phones researchers say may actually be to blame for this. there's a new study that says that bottle feeding parents are so distracted by their device
that they don't notice when their child is finished with that bottle, with the formula, as a result babies are overfed, and then they pack on the extra pounds. i don't know about you, elisabeth, but i love me those chubby babies. >> their little thighs. >> give me those thighs. >> thanks, heather. >> thank you very much, heather. the other show america was watching last night was game two of the world series. this is video of the mets arriving back in new york. after a disappointing loss. not a word is spoken. they have to turn it around tomorrow night. >> well, outside city field, liz, what happened? >> elisabeth, this was not the outcome mets fans were hoping for. we kind of got the silent treatment once the players got back here to citi field early this morning. and you can understand why. they're heading into the series now down two games. fans, of course, disappointed. as well as the players. let's take a look at the buses that came in here to lot "g" at citi field around 4:00 this
morning. the mets wasted no time in getting out of kansas city. they hopped on the flee hour flight and they were out of there. they got in their personal cars here at the field, went home and hopefully got some sleep because it was a long night. let's go to kauffman stadium in kansas city, royals pitcher johnny cueta was on fire. in the last play of the game, sespidis hits a fly ball but it's out. things really fell apart for the mets in the fifth inning and there was no coming back. mets fans are hopeful, though, that they have this home field advantage now going in to game three. back out here live it's going to be a busy day at citi field. the royals will take the field to practice at 2:00. the mets at 4:00 and game three starts here friday night. live at citi field. >> all right, liz, thank you very much. sorry that your mets lost. but my kansas city royals won! yahoo! >> is that a celebration? this is a special world series for us because it's steve's royals versus brian's mets.
so are you team steve or are you team brian? as of this morning results are in right now, 63% of you are team steve. >> wow. >> thank you. >> 37% are team brian. so if you want to make a difference you just continue to get out there and vote. >> say why the spol stupid? >> no, i think it's done by a team of scientists, where we got the budget i don't know. and i will say this, it suddenly will turn around if the mets start doing this thing called hitting the ball. they want to hit the ball and they've also channeled their superhero named thor to pitch in game three. i would not be surprised if kansas city gives up and doesn't even play. >> look at that. trash talking me. it's okay. we're winning. >> all right. we're going to continue trash talking at the top of the hour. we have this coming up. this video is going to send chills down the back of any parent. >> where's the candy? >> there is no candy. there's no candy at all. you guys are right here now. >> oh, boy.
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welcome back. there's a new video experiment showing the danger of letting your kids trick or treat on their own. watch this. >> where's the candy? >> there is no candy. there's no candy at all. you guys are here now. >> joining me now is the man behind the video, youtube star kobe person. thanks for being here. >> thank you. >> you've been scaring the daylights out of parents but in a way that you hope will motivate them to really protect their kids. why did you want to focus on halloween? >> something we had when i was
little. my parents would let me go trick-or-treating alone, i was 12, 11, with a bunch of kids. this is how fast we can lure your kid in. >> let me give you an example. how easy it is. you show us, to lure kids into a stranger's house. >> trick or treat. >> oh, up, yeah, you kids can go over here i'm going to get the candy downstairs. just come in real quick. don't move or anything. don't go crazy in the house. all right. you stay here. there's no candy for tonight. >> wait, what do you mean? >> what do you mean no candy? meaning there's nothing but imagine how scary this is. look what's about to happen. >> what were you thinking? what if we didn't come for you? >> so the mom comes in, after the kids are trapped inside this house. what did you learn after doing this? >> just how fast we can get these kids in. you know, it's very scary out there. and i don't want to scare the
parents. but, just -- i just put it out there as a message like this is what could happen if you're not there with your kids >> if you scare in order to make us more aware we owe you a big thank you. >> it works. thank you so much. >> thank you for coming in. can't wait for your next one. you couldn't to tell us what it is? >> you got to stay tuned. >> you come here and tell us next time. >> awesome. thank you so much. fellow republicans weren't carly fiorina's only target last night. >> i can assure you i am hillary clinton's worst nightmare. >> well carly fiorina joins us live to back up that strong statement. next. nexium 24hr is the new #1 selling frequent heartburn brand in america. i hope you like it spicy!
people don't trust the media. >> this is not a cage match. >> how about talking about the substantive issues people care about. >> that was senator ted cruz fighting back on media bias. what do you think? let us know. >> you know what i think. meanwhile who emerged as hillary clinton's worst nightmare? >> i can assure you i'm hillary clinton's worst nightmare. >> carly fiorina is live here in about 60 seconds. and, read their lips. it's all about beans? >> this woman makes dynamite beans. >> i do, pinto. pinto. >> it's pintos. ask anderson. >> more on this video is coming up because mornings are better with friends.
elisabeth, did that happen? >> first time i can remember talking beans. >> yes, you know. >> meanwhile -- there's no transition from beans to this. >> not. >> it was round three last night for the republican presidential candidates in last night's debate. and right out of the gate, the candidates were asked what their biggest weakness was. carly fiorina had a perfect answer that went something like this. >> at the last debate i was told that i didn't smile enough. >> fix it. >> but i also think that these are very serious times. 75% of the american people think the federal government is corrupt. i agree with them. >> well, mrs. nice guy didn't last too long as she then set her sights on hillary clinton. watch. >> i can assure you i'm hillary
clinton's worst nightmare. and in your heart of hearts, you cannot wait to see a debate between hillary clinton and carly fiorina. i will tell you this, i will beat hillary clinton. >> wow. and republican candidate carly fiorina joins us this morning. carly fiorina, thanks so much. >> good morning. how are you all? >> good. first off, your overall sense. what did you feel when you left the stage? how do you feel now about what you did last night? >> well, i feel very good. as you pointed out, it was kind of a crazy set of moderators -- >> kind of? >> with not the best questions in the world. but, all in all, once gep, it was an opportunity for americans to take a look at me. i remain the least-known candidate in the field. so every one of those debates, despite all their issues, are an opportunity. >> you did take the opportunity there to kind of clear the deck and say i have my sights set on hillary clinton. i'm her worst nightmare. hillary text this, seems to me ten candidates, zero new ideas.
did she miss yours? >> well, you know, hillary clinton has never met a progressive idea that she didn't like. and, it's kind of a lame comment, honestly. but i -- trust me, i am hillary clinton's worst nightmare. >> why? >> why? because, you know, we had a little exchange last night. just as one example. about how women are faring in barack obama's economy. how hillary clinton's policies actually impact women. actually impact all the people that she claims to want to be helping. we talked about crony capitalism last night. every policy that hillary clinton proposes makes crony capitalism worse. so, you know, women are faring badly. under progressive policies. the number of women, this is one example, who are now living in extreme poverty, is at the highest level ever recorded in this country. so, hillary clinton can talk all day long about being the first
woman president, the truth is her policies are bad for women, and men, and all the people she claims to be helping. >> mrs. fiorina, you know, at the debates you prepare for hard questions. but it seemed to many observers that the questions weren't hard as they were mean. and they -- once they would ask you a question, then they would argue with you, my question to you is, do you think at a democratic debate they would ever treat mrs. clinton the way they treated the guys and you last night? >> of course not. of course not. and that's why ted cruz, whose comment was absolutely right, that's why he got a rousing round of applause. and it's why the moderators got booed. i'm not quite sure i've ever seen that but literally the moderators got booed by the audience. so no, democrats are not treated this way. marco rubio made an interesting point that hillary clinton's super pacs, she has plenty of them by the way, but he said
well it's also the liberal media and all of the people who are trotted out to attack me are her cronies and her liberal media lap dogs. >> well you got the most time in the debate. and each debate like this last one, you've always been strong. how do you sustain that strength? how do you keep the poll numbers strong? because after the debate's down, you've come down a little bit, as well. >> well, you know, i always like to remind people that national polls at this stage in a race are not predictive. in fact, if you looked at 2012 and 2008, the people who were leading in the national polls went on to lose resoundingly. elections are won by voters. and voters are on the ground. in places like iowa, new hampshire, and south carolina, and nevada, and utah. all the places that i've been spending a lot of time on the ground. so, we've been spending a lot of time with voters. a lot of time with the regional media, that they pay a lot of attention to, as well. and we're going to continue to do that. >> sure. speaking of voters, we asked our viewers today, since the questions were so bad at the
debate if they could send in their better questions for you. nigel e-mailing us, exactly how are you going to reduce the tax code to three pages? you spoke last night about 60% of americans making over a certain amount of money have to actually hire someone to just decode the tax plan for themselves and their filing. so what's your plan? how do you reduce it to three? >> well, first of all, why is it 73,000 pages? because, everyone has stuffed in to this tax code special deductions, and loopholes, and breaks for special interests. that's why we've had over 4,000 adjustments to the tax code since 2001. republicans and democrats alike are guilty of this. so you have to start with a blueprint that says, you know what? we're going to lower every rate and close every loophole. now there are four loopholes, four deductions that actually matter. mortgage deductions, pensions, charities, but it's not thousands of them. >> yeah. >> so if you take the special
interests out of this, you can of course simplify it to three pages. and guess what if it's a three-page tax code you don't need so many irs agents. do you know we employ more people at the irs than we do at the fbi, and the cia combined. >> unbelievable. >> think about that. we have more irs agents than fbi and cia agents. >> wow. >> we need to simplify it because if we don't the big and the powerful are advantaged, always, over the small and the powerless. >> you know, mrs. fiorina, i think there are a lot of people at home going, yep, i'm with her. i'd love to see it three pages. love to see it simple, get rid of the loopholes but it seems like every four years the talk turns to taxes, we're going to fix it up, we're going to blow up the current tax code, but it never happens. how do you, as the president, make sure that it happens, with your pals down the street on capitol hill? >> well, first of all, you're absolutely right. it never happens. that is my point. that is why i'm running for president. but i think we need the kind of leader now who understands what it takes to produce results. not just talk about it.
we've been talking about this for decades. republicans and democrats alike. but i'm going to use the citizens of this nation, engage the citizens of this nation, so just as one example, let's take technology. i'm going to go into the oval office in the weekly radio address and ask americans to take out their smartphones and i'm going to ask them, do you think we need to go from 73,000 pages that advantages the wealthy and the powerful and the well connected, and get it down to about three so that you don't need armies of lawyers and accountants. prus 1 for yes, press 2 for no. >> there's an app. >> this technology exists. exactly it's an existing app. but the point is that puts huge pressure on the political system. and politicians will respond to pressure. we know that. technology is an incredible dool for democratization, for edge encae engaging citizens in the process of their government. i'm going to engage it. i talk about citizenship to right our country, to take our government back. we'll take leadership and citizenship. >> carly fiorina, thanks so much
for joining us this morning after the third debate where you did quite well. thank you. >> great to see you. >> thank you all. >> all right. very good. it is now nine minutes after the top of the hour. heather joins us. heather, pentagon news. >> that's right. we start out right now with a fox news alert. eight minutes after the hour. the pentagon transferring an african gitmo detainee back to his home country of mauritania. according to wikileaks he was captured by pakistani forces at a suspected al qaeda safe house back in 2002. he was cleared to be released in 2009. but that transfer was delayed for unknown reasons. today, 113 detainees remain at guantanamo bay. well that military blimp that drifted away for several hours finally secure this morning. it broke free from a military facility in maryland, and then landed 160 miles away in rural pennsylvania. fighter jets tailed the 180 million dollar blimp as it floated across state lines.
it took down power lines, causing thousands of outages before it crashed into some trees. you can see that right there. the military trying to figure out how on earth this thing got loose. a 10-year-old boy badly hurt after being attacked by a shark in hawaii. the boy was body boarding about 50 yards offshore when the shark bit him in the leg. that attack was considered so powerful that the child was actually lifted up and out of the water for a brief period of time. an off-duty life guard was surfing nearby and helped bring that boy back to the beach. he's in serious condition this morning. did your morning go something like this? >> come on -- >> i don't want to go to school! five more minutes. >> not you, dad, me! get up, get up, time for school, time for school. >> well, you can just blame apple. iphone alarm clocks have not been going off because of a new software update, and that's causing a whole lot of folks to be late to work and school.
the solution they say don't download the new software overnight if you have an alarm because it will be deleted. i've almost done that. it keeps bugging me about the update. and i keep delaying it. >> well, gives you the option to do it tonight. so when you plug in at night time, if you checked yes, you can actually have the update happening and you won't wake up. >> well we're all here. >> we have butlers that wake us up, gently. >> mr. french, please. i'm sleeping. >> just with a gentle tap on your shoulder? >> thanks iphone. >> we are all awake now. >> that's right if we're not here tomorrow it's our iphones and my butler. >> coming up, this first responder saved a little girl's life but instead of being called a hero, he's being suspended. wait until you hear this story. and we continue our coverage of the big loser of cnbc's gop debate. >> that's right. >> cnbc. peter johnson jr. joining us.
is this a comic book version of a presidential campaign? >> now you're skipping more votes than any senator to run for president. why not slow down, get a few more things done first, or at least finish what you started? >> i just wonder, in terms of all of that, you know, we look back, your board fired you. i just wondered why you think we should hire you now? >> the leading republican candidate, when you look at the average of national polls right now is donald trump. when you look at him, do you see someone with the moral authority to unite the country? >> after questions like that, from the big debate last night, the losers, cnbc. and the moderators. they're the losers. but the republican candidates didn't just sit back and take their attacks. here to discuss, fox news legal analyst peter johnson jr. peter? >> good morning. they didn't sit back and take it. let's hear how they responded to this barrage of attacks by cnbc's version of statler,
waldorf and dog the bounty hunter. watch it. >> the questions that have been asked so far in this debate illustrate why the american people don't trust the media. nobody watching at home believes that any of the moderators have any intention of voting in a republican primary. >> the democrats have the ultimate super pac, they're called the mainstream media. >> i'm wearing a trump tie tonight. get over that one. okay? >> you want me to answer or do you want to answer? even in new jersey what you're doing is called rude. >> in about two minutes i renegotiated it down to two hours so we could get the hell out of here. not bad. >> thank you, donald trump, for so we didn't have to sit through another hour. >> he was right. >> it was like a knife fight. >> it was more than a night fight. there was a palpable, oozing, bordering on disgust by these moderators. you talk about fair and balanced journalism, this was off the rails.
everybody who was watching it realized it. you say what is this about? why are these people doing that to these presidential candidates? >> sure. >> well, peter, it was cnbc, and you know, the liberal bias of nbc, msnbc, has been known for a long time. is this a corporate thing? or are these just three lefty people who wound up on the same dais? >> donald trump had it right and tends to be right on a lot of things. he said this was a money-making exercise for cnbc. so it's cheaper for them to do a debate like this than to buy a reality series. so if they can take advantage of these presidential candidates, and in the process, make fun of them, intimidate them, ridicule them, hold them up to the -- the criticism of americans, say oh, you're too young, oh, you're too old. why did you fall behind, why are you a comic book, why did you go bankrupt, why can't you control your own finances? >> this is not a tv show. this is the reality of the future of the united states of america. >> no, it's a tv show. it's a money-making exercise. it's an opportunity to make
millions of dollars, use these guys, make fun of the republican candidates, destabilize their candidacy, and at the same time, say, you know, this is terrific. we did really great in the ratings last night. and so, it's a lose-lose for america, win-win for that particular network. >> what's been the official reaction from the republican party? >> the republican party is, rightfully, said the rnc chairman has tweeted out, reince priebus said cnbc should be ashamed of how this debate was handled. and it's got to go beyond that for all americans. and all people who watch this. people can't stand for the mainstream media to do this. they've got to speak out and say, no mas, no mas, no mas, no mas. ask legitimate, fact-based questions. they were so screwed up that they got content, and context wrong, and all of these candidates called them out on the facts. >> right. >> they're supposed to call candidates out on the facts. the candidates called the
moderators out on the facts. why did they have the facts so wrong? >> sure. >> well the reason was, because they wanted to have the facts all wrong. and now there's a pushback, and a pullback, and everybody says, what a waste of time. a lot of people emerged. trump did a good job. cruz did a good job. rubio did a good job. and so we saw an evolution in the republican party last night where people stepping up to the plate. >> right. >> they overcame what was an assassination team put together by cnbc. a political assassination squad. >> i think you're right, peter. you know, it was on cnbc. it was supposed to be a debate. turned out to be shark tank. >> worse. three stooges. >> all right. no argument here. all right. peter, thank you very much. >> thank you. >> all right. meanwhile, straight ahead, read their lips. it's all about the beans. >> this woman makes dynamite beans. >> i do. pinto. pinto!
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welcome back, friends. 24 minutes past the top of the hour. we have stories making headlines around the world for you. china just announced it's ending its one-child policy. china state media says the government will now let couples have two children. the one-child policy was introduced in the 1970s to control population there. and a possible new front in cyberwar fare. russian submarines have been detected near underwater internet cables. the united states officials are concerned that those subs may
cut them during future wars. and a family stuck living in an airport for nearly 50 days? the parents and four children are refugees from syria. russian border there agents confiscated their passports when they landed in september, calling them fake and leaving the family stranded. waiting for lawyers to straighten out the mix-up. horrible situation there. brian? >> a 19-year-old colorado woman makes a nine-mile trip across town. all while sleeping. i'm talking about taylor gamil. she disappeared for about three hours, boarded a bus, ended up nine miles away from home. once there she woke up, noticed she was near her uncle's home, walked in there and went to sleep. the girl's dad says she has a history of sleepwalking. so how common is this? and can it happen to you? could it be happening to you right now? dr. michael breus is a clinical psychologist, board certified in sleep disorders. doctor, what do you make of this?
>> so you did do a lot of very complicated things in your sleep. it's actually very possible that she could have walked out the door, and even gotten on a bus without anybody really noticing a whole lot of, you know, odd behavior. >> are your eyes open? is she able to react? take money out of her pocket and pay for a bus? >> she is, actually. although i'm not convinced that she paid for the bus. i think she just got on the bus and they let her stay on the bus. incredibly complicated behaviors can occur during sleepwalking. we know that roughly 25% of all children are sleepwalkers. it turned out that this woman was a childhood sleepwalker. and of those 25, that then whittles down to about 3% of adults who are sleepwalkers. they can walk out the front door. they can cook a pan of eggs. they can drive a car. you'd be shocked at how many things a sleepwalker can do. >> more productive than i am awake. now, why do -- by the way, they say never wake someone who is
sleepwalking, gently put them to sleep or get them under control. why would someone sleepwalk? do you inherit this behavior? is this something you do? does this show a sign of stress? >> well, actually all of the above. if you're way sleepwalker as a parent, you're more likely to have sleepwalker children, for sure. we know that sleepwalking has a tendency to occur during times of high stress and times of high sleep deprivation. so if you have poor quality sleep whether from caffeine unjusten, not just getting enough sleep, maybe something like obstructive sleep apnea syndrome, any of those things will increase the likelihood of becoming a sleepwalker if you've been a sleepwalker maybe as a child. >> wow. fascinating. i guess not for you. you do this for a living. dr. michael breus, thanks so much. >> thanks for having me, guys. >> all right. again if you see me sleepwalking, don't wake me. just put me down on the coach. even if it's this couch. remember this exchange from the democratic debate?
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shove somebody, everyone do you know him? >> no. >> no, not at all. >> yeah, okay. >> jimmy, i'm sure you'll make a friend some day. >> what is that? >> well that's your shout of the morning. the democratic debate gets the bad lip-reading treatment. the popular youtube channel dubbing over the candidates has more than 200,000 views in less than 24 hours. >> you could see why. >> pinto, pinto. >> and then that laugh. >> mean while all those people out of the debates, most of them quit. they'll never be seen again. >> no more lip-reading for them. and no bad lip-reading at last night's third republican presidential debates you could say. >> that's right. but the candidates lashed out at the moderators for their bad media bias. >> you know, it's so it is just. must not be a good place to work this morning at cnbc. john roberts is live in boulder, colorado, with more. john refused to get any sleep because he wanted to be ready for us. hi, john.
>> sleep is overrated, brian. >> yes. >> i'll have plenty of time to sleep when i'm dead. in the mean time we're enjoying politics. good morning to you. that is the right time. you know, the candidates last night managed to get in some substantive discussion on economic policy and the major issues facing this country. despite the moderator's best efforts to get these candidates simply to attack each other. at one point it all became far too much for ted cruz who saw a clear example of media bias here. asked a loaded question about his resistance to raising the debt ceiling. he went off at the moderators. >> the questions that have been asked so far in this debate illustrate why the american people don't trust the media. this is not a cage match. how about talking about the substantive issues people care about. >> that rated really, really high on those dial meters that people take during the debates. that was the moment of the debate, clear to say. but a close second was when jeb bush walked into a trap when he attacked his former protege,
marco rubio over his attendance record in the senate. rubio had clearly been waiting for this. >> marco, when you signed up for this, this was a six-year term. and you should be showing up to work. i mean, literally the senate, what sit like a french work week? you get like three days where you have to show up? >> run fog are the same position and someone has convinced you that attacking me is going to help you. >> you know, i knew that marco rubio had prepared for that. i knew that i was lying in wait for that question to come up. and when it came out of jeb bush's lips, because he feels that he has to attack marco rubio if he wants to become the establishment candidate, i thought to myself, uh-oh, jeb, what have you done to yourself? and bam, there it came. >> marco rubio certainly was ready for it. john, i wanted to ask you. i know you're there. behind the scenes apparently, according to some of the blogs, or one of the papers this morning, it said that jeb's campaign manager was seen arguing with the cnbc producers, complaining about how you're not giving my guy enough time!
>> yeah. and you know i talked to mike huckabee this morning and huckabee felt like he was getting enough time. there are nothing but complaints this morning about the way that this debate was handled. marco rubio, as you saw, went off last night. saying this was a clear example that republicans are treated differently by the mainstream media than the democrats are. and when the discussion came around, the line of questioning came around to fantasy football, and whether or not the government should regulate it, chris christie literally bit the head off of the guy that was asking the questions. >> he did. >> are we really talking about -- >> getting the government involved in fantasy football? >> how about we get the government to do what they're supposed to be doing? secure our borders, protect our people, and support american values and american families. >> and when the moderator kept trying to interrupt chris christie he pulled the famous chris christie that we all know for so long, and literally cut him off saying, even by new
jersey standards, what you're doing is rude. brian? steve? elisabeth? >> it was like he was in a town hall again fending it off. >> he was. he was on the board walk in seaside. >> thank you for getting up this early and recapping like you did. seriously the turnaround was quick. >> no problem. happy to do it. we'll see you again on the 10th. or the 11th. >> go out and have a big breakfast, and expense us up to ten bucks. okay? >> thanks, all right. hash browns. >> all right. you know what? john was just talking about how he had talked to a number of the candidates. we had four of them on our program today. and they also, you know, we talked about all sorts of things. they, too, were upset about the tenor of how cnbc approached the debate. >> i am the candidate in this race who is tested, and who is ready, and has taken on the tough issues. and by the way, is also willing to tell them the truth on things like entitlements which you didn't hear from almost anybody else on the stage last night. they all tiptoe around it. because i've dealt with this problem in new jersey on
pensions and health benefits you need to deal with it at the national level, as well. when i'm president that's exactly what i'm going to do. >> i heard it when i ran for the senate. i hear it now. wait your turn. wait in line. it's someone else's turn. i don't know why there's this lack of urgency about the future of america. the time has come for the republican party to turn the page. no disrespect toward the people who are there now or served us in the past but we need a new generation of leaders. >> i've governed successfully and effectively. but i don't want to be the quarterback for any other reason than i can play the best game. i don't want to become the quarterback of the team of republicans because i broke the legs of all the other guys trying out for the job. these are my teammates. these are not my enemies. >> women are faring badly under progressive policies. the number of women, this is one example, who are now living in extreme poverty is at the highest level ever recorded in this country. so, hillary clinton can talk all day long about being the first woman president, the truth is her policies are bad for women,
and men, and all the people she claims to be helping. >> okay. so last night the candidates weren't really able to get out their positions, their accomplishments. we gave them the chance right here this morning. >> and they answered your questions that have been coming in to us, via e-mail, facebook and twitter. >> and i just say this. i know the snap polls don't really matter but i will say without anyone bombing last night, although calm, quiet, i want to see if the polls are going to reflect the winner. it's like playing the game -- >> who is the winner? >> there were three clear winners, huckabee, rubio, and -- >> ted cruz? >> ted cruz were extremely strong. it's like playing a game and not counting in the standings. if you want to see the debates matter let's see if it's reflected in the polls. >> i also thought chris christie had a really -- you know, he had some fantastic sound bites. >> no, he was -- >> republicans overall come out victorious in that because they came out unified in terms of their messaging and not allowing the bias to get to them.
>> "the new york times" says there's no talent on the stage. >> we should point out pollwise before the debate there was a new gov poll that came out the winner donald trump significantly in the 30s. donald trump at 32. carson half that at 18. and jeb bush who it was do or die last night. he had 8. did he do it? what do you think? >> you make the call. heather nauert do you have something to say? >> yeah. a couple other things going on this morning. a couple things i want to tell you about. yes, i have something to say. sad but serious story 39 minutes after the hour. thousands of mourners gathering to say good-bye to the latest new york city police officer who was killed in cold blood. 33-year-old randolph holder was gunned down while he was chasing a career criminal who had been arrested 28 times. the police commissioner said that holder, a third generation police officer, made this city proud. listen. >> we saw randolph holder shield
number 14330, detective first grade -- >> detective holder leaves behind a teenage daughter. you can donate to his family at bluelivesmatternewnew yorkcity.org. >> us is pentded for trying to save a life. this is an unbelievable story. an emt here in new york city jumped out of an ambulance after he was flagged down to help a 7-year-old girl who was choking. he left an elderly patient in the ambulance with another colleague. but now this man has been suspended without pay. apparently it's against company policy to stop to help somebody without actually being called to do so. that little girl survived. but she is on life support today. reed said he simply had to help. unbelievable. well this man pinched pennies for 45 years and it paid off in a really big way. 73-year-old osa anders of texas cashed in his haul to the tune of $5,000.
those pennies weighed 500 pounds. he says he saves pennies because they're a sign from god reminding him to be thankful. nice story. like that one. and phil collins making a comeback. ♪ >> so you are going to hear a lot more of that because the british artist told rolling stone that he's now working on a new album and he's planning a tour. he had called it quits about four years ago after he had back surgery. collins says he'll take his two sons on the road with him. his boys are about 10 and 14. he says that the kids want to see what their dad does for a living. >> wow. >> and he's so talented. he's a hit machine. my feeling is if phil collins can do it so can billy joel. billy joel is like i'm tired of writing. if phil collins can go back after back surgery -- >> you're thinking it should be trending? >> yes. because because you're 67
doesn't mean you should stop writing. >> billy joel has been touring the whole time. >> just write something new. >> people love the old stuff. >> really? >> they sure do. >> i'd love to hear some new stuff. >> he's the piano man. sing us a song tonight. ♪ for a melody >> never mind. >> heather just left when you started singing. >> where's the tip jar? >> all right. coming up in the last 18 minutes. so many kids look to them as role models, so why are former nfl players advocating for weed? that story is next. and, what's a st. patrick's day parade without st. patrick? well you could soon find out right here in new york city. the parade trying to kick out the saint. >> that's it. >> the saint?
headlines. football edition right now for this thursday. the washington state high school coach criticized for praying at games now on paid administrative leave. the bremerton school district just sent joe kennedy, the coach, a letter relieving him of his duties for refusing to stop what they refer to as overt, public, and demonstrative religious conduct. kennedy's lawyers are considering legal action. we'll keep you posted. and former nfl players meeting at a marijuana expo to show their support for pot in pro sports. many claim smoking marijuana helps ease the pain from playing. and allowing it could help combat the current addiction many players have to pain pills. okay. that's the news. >> thank you, steve. well, the new york city st. patrick's day parade is trying to push st. patrick out. i know. the parade committee will consider a notion to oust the patron saint, if you can believe it, a group has started a petition in hopes of preserving
their irish catholic heritage. joining us now is father john sheahan, a proud irishman himself who served as chaplain for several groups involved in the parade, and hient the petition to stop these changes. father, thank you for being with us today. >> thank you for having me. >> here at "fox & friends." you know, this is something that i think just plainly is asking, how can you have st. patrick's day without st. patrick? >> well and i think the big question is, who gets to decide? one of the big things for us is that this small group of men, who is trying to take over control of the parade, will ultimately make all the decisions, and none of the affiliate members, none of the organizations that have been a part of the parade for so many years and decades. the parade started in 1762, for heaven's sake. it's not like it's the new boy in town. they're going to make all of the decisions on who does what. >> this new chairman stepped up in june, john haley and you're saying he's not wanting to meet with members and people who might express some opposition to these changes, which are proposed, two big ones, and why?
>> i cannot attribute motives to somebody else. i don't know his reasons. but i do know that there are serious legal questions about how he got to be chairman in the first place and i know that there are issues that have been taken to court on that and those wait to be resolved. >> at the same time he's asking for the removal of the second that states the parade will be held in honor of st. patrick and removal of the requirement that members of the parade committee be of irish descent and roman catholic. he's saying the st. patrick's day parade is and always will be a celebration of the life and values of st. patrick, the patron saint of ireland and of the archdiocese of new york. is he talking out of both sides of his mouth? >> if you look at what he has done so far, if you look at what the agenda is for the upcoming board meeting and what they want to remove, absolutely. he said in an interview recently that affiliate members would always have a voice in the braid. and what that means we'll decide sometime in the future. but if these resolutions are passed, if the constitutions are modified the way he wants to, he is removing the voice of the affiliates. none of the affiliates will have
anything to say about the parade. and then sometime in the future, he's going to do something about it. and he and his coterie of six or seven friends are the ones who will make that decision. >> there are 2500, over 2500 signatures on this petition which you started. >> and growing every minute. >> if someone wants to join? >> i can go to www.change.org and there's a little search button and you type in st. patrick's day parade nyc and it will take you to the place where you can sign the petition and make your own statement about why this is important for you. >> you're fighting for heritage? >> heritage and culture and voice. if the irish affiliate organizations want to change the parade, fair enough, they should be able to do that. but right now, they don't have a voice in anything that's going to happen, and that's what we're fighting for, is democracy. >> father john sheahan, thank you for joining us. >> thank you for having me. >> now this. seems like one of the most talked about topics of the debate online was the debate itself. "fox & friends" weekend co-host clayton morris joins us next to break down the biggest moments that were trending online. first we'll check in with bill
hemmer for what's coming up at the top of the hour. >> good morning to you. we're live in washington today. big day in this town. next hour this coming hour, john boehner delivers his final remarks as speaker. will paul ryan then have the votes? there's a bit of drama in all of this. we're watching it next hour. it's also the morning after the big debate, who won, who lost. full recap with a great lineup, john kasich is here, lindsey graham is here. there is plenty to cover. we shall, top of the hour with martha and me. we'll see you then. ived. bring us those who want to feel well rested. aleve pm. the only one to combine a safe sleep aid... plus the 12 hour pain relieving strength of aleve. be a morning person again with aleve pm.
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>> i'm connected to the people. >> that's all we need. >> all right. >> so last night, you want to see immediate reaction. and boy, were people on fire last night because of the moderators of the cnbc debate. that's where most of the anger was coming on twitter last night. and so people using specific words to express their disdain for the cnbc moderators last night. using the word terrible. almost 2,000 times before taking to twitter to describe it as both awful, bad, and terrible last night. >> i did a tweet, but i didn't do #terrible. i just used terrible. does mine count? >> it would have been counted. >> you're in the number. >> but one of the big moments last night came when ted cruz took on the moderators and complained about the questioning, this one got 57,000 mentions. look at that spike on that chart right there. >> to the left. >> to the left. that red spike is when ted cruz took on the moderators. 55,000 people took to twitter and said we agree with you. and he also had the most twitter mentions with 134,000. trump was in second. ben carson third on twitter last
night. >> all right. now what about the most discussed when it comes to fab? >> facebook allows more than 140 quarks which is what you get with twitter. you get people discussing things in multiple paragraphs. so ted cruz crushed it again on facebook last night. donald trump was second on facebook, ben carson, rubio and bush. so the conversation, ted cruz seemed to be on top on both twitter and facebook last night. >> there was a big moment for senator rubio. >> there was. >> when he called out the super pac for hillary clinton as the mainstream media. >> this moment, watch this sound bite if you missed it last night. this was the one that got one huge response for marco rubio. >> the democrats have the ultimate super pac, it's called the mainstream media. who every single day -- >> yeah, so people on twitter loved that comment. bob, one of our viewers wrote this last night, that was the best response of the night from rubio. mainstream media is hillary's super pac. and look at overall the most well received on twitter. ben carson so quiet. either donald trump -- >> thoughtful.
>> taking his time in his responses. 64% of people were mentioning and talking about ben carson. that was the number one. >> in a positive way. >> in a positive way. marco rubio in second and governor mike huckabee in third. although interesting looking at some of the instant polls last night, cnbc's, drudge had trump on top. >> way on top. >> way on top. so while rubio and cruz may have done well in social media it will be interesting to see the polls whether or not trump did well. >> translate. >> overall. >> mr. morris. thank you very much. >> we'll see you this weekend. >> love that. >> coming up. >> time for me to read. that's how i can tell by steve's voice. you've heard of a pumpkin patch but this year is all about the trumpkin patch. the hot halloween trend that you'll only hear about here unless you hear about it somewhere else. going to be huge. (vo) after 50 years of designing
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