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>> donald trump will do a great job for african-americans. hannity starts right here right now. welcome to hannity and tonight, donald trump receives a huge endorsement from former alaska governor sarah palin. we'll have more on that coming up. but, first, we're just 13 days away from the iowa caucuses. according to the latest real clear politics average out of the hawkeye state, donald trump is coming in at 27.8% of the vote. senator ted cruz at 26.7%. but trump and cruz are are not just battling it out in the polls. the two g.o.p. presidential candidates have continued their recent war of words. watch this. >> he hmb bank loans from goldman sachs. he has bank loans from city bank, folks, and then he acts like robinhood. say whatever you want but it doesn't work that way. >> i think in terms of a commander and chief we ought to have someone who isn't bringing out of bed to tweet
in a frantic response to the latest polls. >> he is a nasty guy. nobody likes him. nobody in congress likes him. nobody likes him anywhere once they get to know him. >> he explained that his views were that he was very pro-choice. he supported partial birth abortion. he was open to gay marriage and his explanation for all of that he said i'm a new yorker. i'm fromw, manhattan. those are the views of new york. those are what new york values are. they are not iowa values but that's new york values. >> you know, everybody hates ted it. it's a tough thing. for a lot of reasons but they all hate him. >> donald, the last couple of days has been a little rattled. [ laughter ] his poll numbers went down and he got a little upset. >> iowa hasn't picked that winner for 16 years. if they pick somebody other than me, they are going to pick anotherzv loser. okay? ted has got a rough temperament. i don't know. you can't call people liars on the senate floor. >> i have no interest in engaging in insult fight.
i don't think the american people care about a bunch of politicians behaving like petulant children. >> joining us now with analysis the author of the "new york times" best seller duplicity former speaker of the house newt -- speaker of the house newt gingrich. i know that smile with 13 days out of iowa. a lot of people are ticked off on either side. this is fairly predictable, isn't it. >> yeah. and it's fairly stupid, i think. >> i agree with you here you have got the frontrunner nationally by a big margin who yesterday got amazing introduction from jerry falwell jr. from liberty university. that intrunds is glowing as anything i have ever seen and should have an impact on wide range of christians across the country. together he is getting sarah palin's endorsement and today the very popular governor of iowa larry branstad longest serving
governor in the united states said vote for anybody but ted cruz. that's enough good stuff thing and get back up to being the guy who worries about making america great. beating up ted cruz doesn't make america great and i think it actually shrinks donald trump. >> you actually agree. that's the same analysis and you think it actually hurts him? it makes him look smaller and pettier.ga and the things become a schtick. a very soft voice and very rational way and talked about how ted is just nasty. he said it almost sadly. now he goes out in front of audiences. he ain't saying it the same way. people get tired of this stuff. you know, the danger for both cruz and trump is, as happened many times in iowa. a third candidate can come along and say at least i'm not those two. and suddenly rise in the
polls overnight. look at santorum in 2012. go back and look at what happened with edwards in 2004. i mean, you can have somebody in iowa literally in 48 or 72 hours become the shp &c@ and that's, i think, i think that's a bigger danger for trump than it is for cruz. >> all right. who has to win iowa? who -- is it more for cruz to win iowa or more important for trump to win iowa? you see how close those polls are caucusing a lot different than a primary. people have to be there for hours, listen to speeches. very different dynamic than what's going to happen in new hampshire. do you think either of these candidates need that win? >> i think that cruz needs iowa very badly. because cruz is probably not going to do very well in new hampshire. and, you know, is he a brilliant debater and he is a brilliant guy. but he is now invested a lot in iowa. i think he needs iowa more than trump does.
trump has such an enormous lead nationally that as long as he is in the top two in iowa, for all practical purposes as winning. if he goes to new hampshire and gets anythingd like his current lead, he will be on a roll going in into south carolina and nevada. i think for the peeled field, everybody but trump had better hope that he stumbled somewhere. because if he is either first or second in iowa and wins new hampshire, is he a very formidable candidate. >> i tweeted out both last night and today that i am a proud supporter of the insurgency candidacies of both trump and cruz. there is no more time for halve measures. measure is in bug trouble on the world's stage. the me is in a veally difficult position. ynks it's ting tinks gearing around the edges. they are bold enough to the
country tut pateness it once had. am i wrong on that. >> a number of candidates running. kasich is now i think probably second in new hampshire which is a big jump for him. i will tell you in terms of the needs for change, calista and i incident went for 13 hours. you cannot see that movie and thinking boy we have real live jot to change washington and change the attitudes in washington because'8 it's so stunning. americans out there by themselves. without support, without help without what we would expect america to do for folks willing to risk their lives for us. >> let me ask you about electability in a general election be it against hillary or bernie or maybe joe biden and elizabeth warren. who knows how this is going to end up. i suspect hillary is in far more legal trouble than maybe she knows. electability, in a general election, trump or cruz, who is more electable? >> oh, i don't know.
i mean, look, i don't want to get that that because then you get into who am i endorsing. what i would say to you is that that's. >> that's why i'm asking you because you i want to push you out of your comfort zone and get the analysis i really want. >> nice try, sean. >> look. i believe any of the plausible republican nominees can win the general election. i believe that to have a socialist whoo basically advocates free college education while you are doing dope, so you can spend 23 years finally getting a degree is not going to work in a general election. i believe having somebody who is devastatingly exposed by the email scandal, by secrets, by the entire corruption of the clinton foundation, i think she is going to have a hard time. and i think you made a good point which is whether it's biden or it's or my favorite jerry brown. somebody or michael
bloomberg. somebody had better start thinking seriously bernie is the democratic nominee and he would bet4j9 the george mcgovern of our generation. he might carry three or four states but it would be catastrophic. >> let me play two ads forfj you. super pac ad by ted cruz -- by supporting ted cruz and a donald trump radio ad
that is read by his daughter ivanka and tell me what you think of these two ads? >> now, one of the reasons that i like ted cruz so much is that he is not controversial. [ laughter ] >> but the truth is he shouldn't be controversial. 3d
>> hello i'm ivanka trump, when i was what a younger girl my father donald trump always told me that i could do anything that i set my mind to if i coupled vision with determination and hard work. he meant it i consider myself fortunate to have learned from the best both as an entrepreneur and most importantly a parent. my father is a man who is deeply grounded in tradition. he raised my siblings and me to work hard and
strive for excellence in-d'z that we do. he taught us that to inspire and gain respect in life and in business, you have to earn it. >> i know you couldn't see the first one, but it was donald trump voicing over these comments with ted cruz in big crowds and that was ivanka, obviously. your thoughts on these two. >> you know me well and you
know i'm totally biased about daughters. my daughter jackie did a great commercial for me and both my daughters campaigned for me. i think ivanka is effective in that ad. i also like that it is not cluttered. just from what i could hear that the cruz super pac ad was way too cluttered where i think she is very clear. she talks in a way that everybody is going to understand. again, on newly they discount a little bit because daughters love their fathers. but i think that's a pretty effective ad. and i think it further puts trump along with jerry falwell's]h comments yesterday puts him in a position where people have doubts and say i'm going to take a gamble on this guy. >> mr. speaker, always a pleasure. thank you for giving us your endorsement of a candidate which is no candidate yet. >> we will keep trying. >> that's my job. i try every night. when we come back, a lot more tonight on this busy news night on hannity. >> christianity is under siege, david, as you
understand very well from covering it so well. we have to do something and band together. >> they want us to be ashamed of our faith. >> it scares them we need to speak the truth with a smile. >> senator ted cruz and donald trump speaking hard for the evangelical vote. which candidate is resonating best with christians. that debate coming up next. plus, analysis of the huge ecjjuáqsq't that donald trump just received tonight in iowa from former alaska governor sarah palin as we continue. [ music ]
in an interview with cbn news trump called for christians to come together. take a look. >> you look at syria, where they are chopping heads off, specifically of christians. and others. but specifically and christianity is under siege, david as you know have covering it for so well. we have to do something. we have to ban together and become stronger as christians trump took a shot at ted cruz for saying he would be a better candidate for evangelicals. watch this. >> i will say i will be a far better leader. i will be much stronger on borders and protecting the evangelicals. i will be much stronger, much, much stronger in protecting our country. and i think i will be a much better person for evangelicals but also for everybody else. >> now senator cruz takes issue with that and he has made his faith a key issue on the campaign trail. take a look. >> i became a christian when i was 8 years old at a church youth camp. and it is an integral part
of who i am. i will telley you, you have noticed washington and the media. they want us to be ashamed of our faith. >> it stair scares them. >> it scares them. we need to speak the truth with a smile. >> here now with reaction, fox news contributor dr. robert jeffress and chief political correspondent for cbn news david brodie. you did the interview with donald trump. you have also interviewed ted cruz as well, right? >> >> i have interviewed them both, absolutely. >> they are all vying, especially for iowa. a lot of people don't understand this, ''3,000 votes could win the entire iowa caucuses here. so there is a lot at stake. the evangelical votesw gave mike huckabee and rick santorum wins in the past. who do you think is winning or as i suspect, is this vote split? >> well, i think it definitely is split. having said that look, this is ted cruz's race to lose.
it's iowa, evangelical, and he has to come in first. let's be honest here, sean. if donald trump, first of all, if donald trump wins iowa. it's huge as he would say. but even if he comes in second, that is a huge victory for donald trump, considering the last time i checked, everybody thought he would be out of the race six months ago. so, look, if he goes two iowa and one new hampshire, that's a great play for donald trump. look, the bottom line here in all of this, sean, is that donald trump is playing to the sick and tired evangelical voter and there are plenty of them. they are frustrated with the republican establishment. they feel like they are political pawns in their game and they are done with it and they think trump speaks to all of that. >> what do you think dr. jeffress on this issue? because i know people like yourself we had jerry falwell on last night. he didn't endorse donald trump but had a lot of great things to say about him and how he uses his faith in action in ways that people don't know about where ted
cruz is a more traditional evangelical i would argue. is that a fair assessment? >> i think it is, sean, look, evangelicals, especially in iowa are conflicted between trump and cruz because each candidate represents qualities evangelicals are looking for. they are drawnb to trump because they sense he is have to its specially on national security and economy. they like the fact that he is a political outsider. they are drawn to cruz because of his strong personal faith and consistent record on conservatism. ultimately. beating hillary clinton or bernie sanders is the holy grail for evangelicals and whichever candidate demonstrates the ability to do that best. i think will win the lion's share of evangelical vote. >> david, i will ask you this question. do you think going back to the last election in 2012, mitt romney was lds, latter day saints. do you think some evangelicals stayed home because of that? >> yes. i don't think there is any question about that.
having said that, you know, it's allrabout the energy. it's not just about evangelicals staying home. obviously numbers are there. it's also about getting involved in the communities and getting the word of mouth. you know, donald trump right now has that word of mouth if you will. he has the it factor. i don't think there is any question about it. ted cruz is trying to gain the it factor let's remember, sean, donald trump comes in with the advantage from the get go when he started this campaign in june. that is that he already had had a narrative. that narrative is he is a successful guy. >> dr. jeffress do you agree with this that if david is right maybe some people had had a problem with lds which i think is unfair to governor romney. would they have a problem with either trump or cruz in a general election. >> they may have. but, look, what cruz is saying is, he is going to energize those disaffected evangelicals that stayed at home. the trump officials are telling me that in iowa, when they have a rally, they ask how many of you haven3
caucused before? they say 20% say they have never caucused before. the trump people are saying they are going to inject new people into the system which would be a great win for donald trump. >> all right, guys, both of you could support either one. is that what i'm hearing? >> i'm a journalist. i'm not supporting anybody. >> you better support somebody other than hillary or else you are off this show forever. no i'm kidding. the endorsement trump received this evening from former governor sarah palin. and then tonight. >> president obama, an african-american, has done a terrible job for african-americans. donald trump will do a great job for african-americans. >> donald trump vowing to be a champion for african-americans. juan williams, frank luntz will join us with reaction and also tonight. >> there is always some surprises that come out of iowa. there always are. and i till believe there 11st, which, by the way. is the first time anybody in america actually votes.
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welcome back to hannity. now for days 2016 g.o.p. frontrunner donald trump has been hinting about a big announcement taking place at his campaign event in ames, iowa. earlier tonight, while trump picked up a big endorsement from former alaska governor sarah palin. take a look. >> he is from the private sector. not a politician. can i get a hallelujah? >> hallelujah. >> where in the private sector you actually have to balance budgets in order to prioritize to keep the main thing the main thing and he knows the main thing. a president is to keep us safe economically and militarily. are you ready for a commander in chief?
[cheers] are you ready for a commander and chief and let our warriors do their job and go kick isis ass. [cheers] >> ready for someone who will secure our borders, to secure our jobs and to secure our homes? ride to make america great again. are you ready to stump for trump? i'm ready to supporta)rq next president of the united states, donald trump. [cheers] >> here with reaction fox news contributor tucker carlson, kirsten powers and rich lowry. does the palin endorsement make a good difference. >> it's a good get for him. she has a lot of the credibility with grass roots conservatives and add as if this were porch more interest and energy on the trail for trump, at least in the short-term. and, sean, we all thought this race would end up as a war between grass roots conservatives and the establishment. instead, it's breaking down as a fight against traditional conservatism as represented by ted cruz and
palmism as represented by donald trump. >> i think that is probably the best analysis that i have heard because that's really what it is. there is a little unknown factor. what do you think kirsten? what are yourlb thoughts? big difference? big play? you have actually been complimentary to governor palin where others have not over the years. have you been supportive and against the attacks against her? >> yeah. she is obviously a huge star among not just conservatives but i think in particular the type of conservative that donald trump is trying to target but also the same type of people that i think ted cruz would like to have. i think this is typically endorsements don't move a lot of votes but it certainly helps donald trump in that like rich said it brings more excitement and more attention from somebody who has a lot of credibility with base voters. but also because she use to do be a supporter of ted cruz. she is somebody who ted cruz has said as the trump campaign decide to do point out in press release announcing this, he has said i wouldn't be in the senate were it not for sarah palin and she knows how to pick winners. this stipulation a little
bit because -- stings a little bit because his main rival is ted cruz at this point. >> tucker, donald trump got endorsement as much as can you from jerry falwell when speaking at liberty university. >> in effect he did. i'm not sure falwell would want to say that as somebody who runs a college. my instinct this might be better for palin than it is for trump. there there are those who care what is she thinks. i have been impressed by the trump campaign all along how innovative it is. i don't know if this is the moment where he jumps the shark or his candidacy becomes inevitable. ifdn i were trump i would be worry about seeming to pander. he doesn't take orders from anyone. doesn't take campaign donations and doesn't isn't anyone's puppet. the moment he pretends to be someone is he not in order to win votes then the whole rationale for his campaign kind of crunelables it shows
about winning iowa which is so important now. whichever of those guys seem to be the pop 2 are the top 2 and seem like they will be two weeks from now in iowa either trump or cruz, you have to say is the favorite for the nomination. it's a big epic throwdown there and sarah palin, you know, this is impactful endorsement but in the past her most influential endorsements have been when she has endorsed grass rinst a o in this case endorsing donald trump against a true blue reagan conservative in the form of ted cruz. >> let me go to question. the british parliament is was debating where donald trump should be banned banned fm great britain. let me play this. >> what lies at the heart of his belief that muslims should be bad banned is that he thinks they are all dangerous. >> that's not buffoonery. that is absolutely repugnant. >> his words are not
comical. his words are not funny. his words are poisonous. >> the great danger by attacking this one man is that we can fix on him a halo of victim hood. we give him the role of martyrdom. >> i know we have had some examples whenever people have been excluded from this country. i have heard of a number of cases whereem people have been excluded for incitement and hatred. i have never heard of one for stupidity. i'm not sure that we should be starting now. >> we have got to correct the record first. trump was talking about a temporary ban until we can possibly vet refugees, for example, from syria because why know isis will infiltrate that his words, i'm cracking up. i think this helps him. >> i'm trying to figure out the politics here. a bunch of british twits does that hurt or help. >> i think it helps him. >> thank god for the first
amendment. oldest parliament on earth debating whether someone should be banned from their country because they said some things people don't like. talk about despicable and outrageous. >> kirsten? i actually agree with the temporary ban for this reason. james clapy, james comey, obama's envoy to defeat isis general john allen. they have all warned us isis will intill freight the -- until that is settled i think there should be a moratorium. >> we can argue that on another night. for this trump is definitely helped by it his appeal to so people is he the anti-pc candidate and he says the hearted things. this proves his point you say things and people want to ban you from coming into their country and i was listening to the debate last night and you had had, you know, some people coming out and pointing out the obvious which is where do you draw the line? you know,áh and is it only people who say things that offend you or sthings that offend other people and that's why free speech is so important and this actually
is fundamentally free speech issue. you don't have to agree with donald trump but donald trump has a right to say what he has to say and not have bureaucrats and politicians trying to censor him. >> does anybody see the irony? because great britain let's in endless stream of lunatics to western civilization. does anybody see that great britain is irrational for his immigration policy. the most impressive country in the world for centuries has been destroyed. depressing welfare state depressing and chaotic largely because of immigration policy. it's like a hilarious actually irony. >> congress debate is the 8 a separate sharia courts that are are currently in great britain. >> exactly. >> why did]> they allow that to happen? >> they can't even expel terrorists from their own country and they are talking about banning donald trump. >> that lunatic radical from there. thank you for your insight. >> coming up next tonight right here on hannity. >> we have an african-american president
and the black youth, the african-american youth has essentially almost never done worse. >> donald trump blasting president obama for failing black america and he promises to do a better job. we will check in with polster frank luntz and also juan williams here with reaction. and then also tonight this president, he has shown this weakness and instability to be able to project american strength and we won't have that problem when i'm in the oval office in january of 2017. >> all right. which under the radarj g.o.p. presidential candidate would have the best chance to shake up the race and move to the top tier? is that possible? that and more tonight on hannity. was engineered... ...to help sense danger before you do. because when you live to innovate, you innovate to live.
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essentially almost never done worse. you look at the unemployment in the 50's. you look at african-american people that are 30 and 35 and 40 in the height of their strength and lives. and they are doing horribly. president obama, an african-american has done a terrible job for african-americans donald trump will do a great job for african-americans. i will bring back jobs to this country from china and many other places and i will let people work and make a great living. i will be great for african-americans. >> that's not all frank luntz while talking to donald trump he tell the political quote if he were the republican nominee he would get the highest her sen tages of ronald reagan in 19 will 0. donald trump joins us more with more and also juan williams. you know, tavis smiley was on this program. we were just talking about it and he told me that hey, obama has been horrible for the black community. >> sometimely's book is fantastic.
i urge voters whether they agree. >> viewers. viewers, to purchase the book and then you can read it. what's interesting about donald trump is that he does him who ordinarily would not ever look with a republican. i think he can get up to 20 o% of the african-american vote not because where of where he stands but who he is his persona. >> persona, new york, tough, but also he is going to build a wall, that means less competition for jobs and who has been hurt most biobam maps policy? inner city america. >> that's why working class voters, people just below the mean in this country are taking a look at hill that would never look. >> can he take pennsylvania and can he take michigan? >> i think -- no. i don't believe so. but i believe you look at ohio. you look at florida. you look at colorado. you take those three states and north carolina you win the election. i think pennsylvania has always been a bridge too far republicans have talked about that and michigan. >> michigan has elected and wisconsin hascy elected
republican governors and pennsylvania has elected. >> senators. >> but not presidential candidates. >> that's true. so much money gets wasted there. >> i don't think we really competed for pennsylvania in the last cycle the way we should have. >> let's' come back to trump. that's the central issue here if we are talking about trump and black voters. i don't see. i remember trump put out a tweet. he said blackdñ people were the ones who were treating white people. >> talking about back-on-black crime. >> also a guy who who is going to have the meeting with the black ministers. guess what? he can't even hold a press conference because everything comes apart. >> let's look at the numbers. if frank luntz were let's look at the numbers. quinnipiac in december had 88% of african-americans and trump does that the care about people like me. latinos, obviously. 880% negative on trump.
same thing with hillary. hillary is connecting with nobody. >> that is not true you think 80% of blacks think hillary. >> i also think that 60% of americans think she is a liar and dishonest. >> juan, what you have to look at is whether they would consider. i think you would agree that trump opens up voters that will otherwise would not consider voting for republicans. there are people who his trade message immigration message. sean, and i'm going to get both of you angry. there is also a group that would lean away from trump. trump has challenges among women, particularly younger women and he has challenges within the latino community. so you gain some, you lose some. >> juan, schaub. >> sean's retort is going to be that trump can do a lot with his populist appeal to white working class blue collar voters. that kind of appeal, you can imagine is going to have a negative reverb ration, frank, among black and latino voters. >> i disagree. >> not if the african-american voters feel that the system is working against them, which they do, if they feel that the elites
don't listen to them1 which they do and trump is a fighter. they are looking for someone to stand up to say what they mean and mean what they say. >> if you make a racial appeal. if it becomes that i'm driving to get out of proportion of white voters who may not have come after romney or come after mccain. that's what trump is doing you are missing a very key point here. the a million americans labor force. a 9 in poverty a 6 million on food starps. competition will be riced. i will build a wall. illegal immigration will be greatly reduced if not completely eliminated. and he is also saying i'm going to entice corporations to bring the 1 or $2 trillion overseas back and to stay in america and build their plants in america. >> and what happens when he says i am not going to raise taxes on the rich. i am not going to raise the minimum wage. >> that's not what he has said at all. operators hate him. >> you are not listening to the same guy. >> helping with education for my children. you think how is that going to play out?
>> hedge fund managers hate him. wall street hates him. >> the best a republican has among the african-american vote was 14% in 1980. romney got in the single digits. if trump even takes it to that 14%, that4á that changes florida. these are significant numbers, significant votes. that's what i'm looking at. >> and hillary will not draw the high numbers of black americans to the polls the way obama did. i don't think she has any connection with any particular constituency where they are that motivated hank god hillary is running. if anything they don't like the republican. >> you should check with bernie sanders guess what after iowa and new hampshire which is now very close there is no question, the black vote is hillary clinton. >> they will come out in the same numbers as they did for obama? >> i think right now especially trump or cruz you are dreaming, these are historic elections, the first black president. >> you are not going to see those numbers.
>> appeal to white working class. fire up the> but the african-american vote did not turn out in off year elections. they did not turn out when barack obama was not in the top of the ticket. these are the numbers. we have to be honest with the american people. weave have to show the strength and weaknesses of all these candidates. trump is going to appeal to people that have never voted republican before. >> got to leave it there. great to see you both. coming up next right here on hannity. >> i'm looking forward to campaigning actively over the next few weeks in iowa and new hampshire, and south carolina where we have the best ground game in all three of these places. i'm in it to stay and i feel really good about where we are. >> is there any 2016 republican candidate who maybe hasn't been polling so well in recent weeks? do they have a chance of making a come back? we will check in with pat can a dead and sadie slapp when we come back. ears ago. the medical bills - the credit card debt all piled up. ears ago.
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welcome back to hannity so we are less than two weeks away from iowa caucuses and many of the lower polling 2016 g.o.p. presidential candidates, well they still sound very certain of victory on the campaign trail. is that true? take a look. >> i'm looking forward to campaigning actively over the next few weeks in iowa and new hampshire and south carolina where we have the best ground game in all three of these places. i'm in it to stay and i feel
really good about where we are. >> people didn't think i was going to get. in they didn't think i would make the debates. they didn't think i would make the money. look at what has happened. we are like the little engine that can. >> we can't let polls engine that can. >> and in office in january, 2016. >> i still believe there will be on february 1st. >> the decision to happen to america lies with us. and that is why i ask for your support. >> i'm going to exceed expectations in iowa just like i've exceeded expectations all along. >> here with reaction, democratic pollster, and i've been in radio since late 80s,
how many times candidates, just before the elections say but the crowds are huge. polls are wrong, then, you have a case like in kentucky. the polls were dead wrong in the race for governor. >> that is right. >> you know i think that there is a chance for one of the candidates, maybe to break through in what would be considered the establishment lane. i think conservatives are energized and therefore, their focus is with trump and cruz at this time. but there is that opening why? because you have marco rubio gaining momentum. you have big folks donors who support him. and he's going through with these 2, 3, 2, 1 strategy, which is come third in iowa, second in new hampshire. first in south carolina. but then, what happens is that they're saying well, he hasn't solidified that vote, right?
so it leads an opening to let's say, a bush, where he's well organized. just received an endorsement from lindsey graham in south carolina. he polled just right now, third place. so again, he is gaining what we thought his campaign being in life support, he could be, maybe, that resurrected candidate. >> what about john kasich? he was in second with what? 20% of vote. that was a surprise to a lot of people. is that real momentum? >> no. he'd been showing real momentum only in new hampshire. but you've got three candidates, rub yes was running second, kasich, and chris christie, all moving there. the fight when you introduced the show as you said earlier, this is insane what cruz and trump are doing to each other. this is not an election about ideology but insurgents. i'll tell you, attacks don't work, messaging does.
if you think back to 2004, in iowa, the democratic caucus, howard dean and dick gephardt got into a crazy, you know, knock down drag out and john kerry stood through. that is the danger. >> i think that is a fair analysis. i think at the same time, i have to say this feels like a very different race. we do have the fact that the angry voter, and trump says he's carrying that mantle of the angry voter. i think that that is actually working. i think that there is a sense they don't want politics as usual. and to, sean, we've seen this on going state through -- visiting with grass roots activists. they're ready, they're upset at the establishment and ready to say look. we want to try something new. something out, someone outside
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