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let us know what you think. as always, thank you for being with us, we'll see you back here tomorrow night. this is a fox news alert. governor sarah palin just took to the stage to endorse donald trump. let's listen. >> makes me respect you even more, that you're here and you are putting your'4 efforts and you're putting reputations. you are putting relationships on the line to do the right thing for this country because you are ready to make america great again. [cheers and applause] >> will, i am here because like you i know it's now or never. i'm in it to win it because we believe in america and we love our freedom. and if you love your freedom, think a vet.
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thank a vet and know that the united states military deserves a commander and chief who loves our country passionately and will never apologize for this country. [cheers] >> a new commander in chief who will never leave our men behind. a new commander and chief, one who will never lie to the families of the fallen. [cheers] >> i'm in it because just last week we are watching our sailors sufferwy and be humiliated on a world stage at the hands of iranian captors in violation of international law because a weak-kneed, capitulator in chief has decided that america will lead from behind. and he, who would negotiate deals kind offbkqñ like with the skills of a community organizer, maybe organizing
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a neighborhood tea, yeah, well, he deciding that no, america would apologize and as part of the deal, as the enemy sends a message to the rest of the world that theycñ$rd we apologize and then we bend over and say thank you, enemy? we are ready for a change. we are ready and our troops deserve the best. a new commander in chief whose track record of success has proven he is the master at the art of the deal. he is one who would know to negotiate. only one candidate's record of success proves he is the master of the art of the deal. he is beholden to no one but we the people. how refreshing e is perfectly positioned to let you make americale great again. are you ready for that,
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iowa? [cheers] no more pussy footing around. our troops deserve the best. you deserve the best. [cheers] >> he is from the private sector, not a politician. can i get a hallelujah? where in the private sector you have to balance budgets in order to prioritize to keep the main thing the main thing. he knows the main thing. the president is to keep us safe economically and militarily. he knows the main thing and he knows how to lead the charge. so, troops, hang in there because help is on the way because he, better than anyone, isn't he known for being able to command fire. are you ready for a commander and chief? [cheers] >> you ready for a commander and chief who will let our warriors do their job and go kick isis ass.
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[cheers] ready for someone who will secure our borders, to secure our jobs, and to secure our homes. ready to make america great again. trump? i'm here to support the next president of the united states, donald trump. [cheers] now, eight years ago, i warned that obama's promise of fundamental transformation of america that it would take more from you and leave america weaker on the world stage and that we would soon be 1zp
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c@ really ticking people off, which i'm glad about, he is going rogue left and right, man. that's why he is do so well.ñi he has been able to tear the bill off this idea of the system, the way that the system really works. and please hear me on this. i want you to understand more and more how the system, the establishment works and h9sb gotten us into america. the permanent political class has been doing thew0"&c @@ biddingt(t( of their campa)tc donor class. that's why you see that borders are kept open for them, for their c(dgp labor that they want to come in.
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bloating budgets. it's for crony capitalists to be able to suck off of them. it's why we se.á these lousy trade deals that gut our industry forw3 special we need someone new who has the power and is in ther position to bust up that establishment, to make things greatñg again. it's part of the problem. his candidacy, which is a movement, it's a force, it's afá strategy, it proves as long as the politicals, they2ú!t their perks and their mediaxd ratings. they don't really care who wins elections. believe me /jy this. and the proof of this, look what's happening today.ñr our own g.o.p. machine, the establishment, they, who would assemble the political landscape, they are attacking their own frontrunner.x+oç now, would the left ever, would the dnc ever come after their frontrunner andñi
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herfá supporters? no. because they don't eat their own. they don't self-destruct. but for the g.o.p. establishment, to be coming after donald trumpr supporters, even, w%zvmy accusations that are so false, they are sofá busted the way that this thing works. we, you, añiçóu diverse dynamic needed support base that they would attack. are ready toof themfá evene1gzy throw in for hillary over trump because they can't afford toxd see+ the status quo go, otherwise, they won't be able to be slurping off the grave train that's been feeding them all these years. they don't want that to end.okçó [ applause ] well and then funny, ha ha, áeip &c @&c@ wailing trump and his ó9qu conservative enough.e ohi] myñi goodness gracious,
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what the heck would the conservatism? tell me, is this conservative? g.o.p. majorities handing obama a blank check toñrzv fund obamacare and planned parenthood and illegal immigration that competes if for your jobs? andñi turn in safety nets into
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these establishment candidates, they juste1 wanted to duck and hide. they didn't want to talk about these issues until he brought themçó up. in fact, they have beençó wearing this politicalok and enough is enough. these issues that donald
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them to theht forefront. we are today with goodr discussion. competitive primarysw-hó%%m whee we are. now, though, to be lectured that, well, you know, you guysñi are all sounding kind ofpá we are hearing from the establishment. doggone right we arer justifiably so.w3 yes.( you know, these stomp on our necks and tell us to justxd chill. yeah. just relax. well,ñir we hav getçó usm%uz it. this election is more than just your basic abcs, anybody but clinton. it's more than that thisq go around. when we're talking about a nation without borders, when we're bankruptcies and our federal
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government. debt that our children and grandchildren, they will never be able to pay off. when we're talking about no more reaganesque power that comes from strength, power through strength, well, then we are talking about our very existence it. we're not going to chill. in fact, it's time to drill, in fact, it's time to drill, baby, drillçó down 9n and wet( need to stop the self-sabotage and electp and independent, a candidate whow3w3 represents that and repres first finally, pro-constitution. common sense solutions that he brings to the table. yes, the status quo has got toçóñr go,q otherwise, we'refri@ going to get more of the same. and with their failed agenda, it can'l?;1 be salvaged. it must beq savaged. and donald trump is the rightfá one to dor are you ready for new and are you readyçó for the leadermy who will let you make
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america great again?a5zve1 [crowde1 cheering] >> it's going to take a whole team. it's going to take a whole team. fighters, all of private sector, fighters in so our friends who are fighters in the house and the to stay there and helpçó out. they can help our new leader na)-are in.sitions that they let me say something really positive about one of those individuals. randw3 paul. i'm going to tell youñi about that libertarian streak in him that is healthy he knows, you only go to war if you're determined to win the war. and you quit footing the bill for these nations who are oil-rich. we are paying for. some of their squirmishest( that have been going on for centuries where they're fighting eachu otherr yelling allah akbar, calling jihad on each other's heads
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forever andxd ever. let i saida5 before, let them duke it outzv and let allah sorta5 it out. we will fight for american interests and as trump has said, mfi have been footing+ the bill. but we haven't prioritized our own domestic budgets we're doing overseas. things t 1200
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>> those things that are unifying values and time tested truth involved. these are unifying values from big cities and tiny towns, from big mountain states and the big apple, to the big beautiful heart land
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that's in between. now recommendation finally friends. i want you to try to picture this. it's a nice thing to picture exactly one year from tomorrow, former president barack obama. [cheers] he packs up the teleprompters and the selfie sticks and the greek columns and all that hopi changey stuff and he heads back to chicago where i'm sure he can find some community there to organize again. there, he can finally look up. president obama will be able to look up and there, over his head, he will be able to see that shining, touring towering trump tower. yes, barack, he built that. and that says a lot. iowa, you say a lot, being here tonight, supporting the
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right man who will allow you to make america great again, god bless you, god bless the united states of america, and our next president of the united states, donald j. trump. [cheers and applause] >> well enthusiastic crowd and donald trump is very happy. governor sarah palin endorsing him. "on the record" will continue to monitor this breaking endorsement. and former g.o.p. presidential candidate herman cain is standing by to go "on the record." his response is next. >> this is a woman that from day one i said if i ever do this, i have to get her support. you owned your car for four years, you named it brad. you loved brad. and then you totaled him. you two had been through everything together. two boyfriends, three jobs... you're like nothing can replace brad.
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book, out today, the right problems. mr. herman cain goes "on the record." good evening, sir. >> hello, greta. thank you. >> and the big question for donald trump tonight is the evangelical vote in iowa. governor sarah palin came, in gave that speech on behalf of the candidate, what do you think? >> i don't think it's a lock. and i don'tu+wr5jy i think he is going to pick up some support because of sarah palin coming in but i don't think it's going to be a game changer are. what i think potentially could be the biggest game changer. occurred in iowa. not to vote for ted cruz. so that might also hurt trump and help ted cruz. we have to see how this plays out. maybe the cumulative effect of sarah palin's endorsement. what governor bran stead said, those two things combined, may change one, two, and three in the upcoming iowa caucuses. >> well, it certainly seems
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that governor palin tapped into the same thing that donald trump always tapsz into, the anti-g.o.p. establishment. >> yep. >> basically i'm madder than hell type group with. the people who are mad at washington and want to switch. is, you know, is that a significant -- i mean, did she do that? number one, do you agree with me? and secondly is that significant in the state of iowa? >> i do agree with you, but i think that's going to have a bigger impact nationally than necessarily in iowa. because i think this anger that she talked about and donald trump has talked about is expressed more across the country, maybe so in iowa. one other comment about this whole idea of him trying to appeal to the evangelical vote. >> i believe there is something confusing what we are talking about. i'm a christian. when they say evangelical, if you look at the poll, they define it a little bit differently. they say it's somebody who probably goes to church a couple of times a week. christianity is very strong.
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i think vote that he is trying to tap into. she is trying to tap into. but i think it's going to have a bigger impact across the country than just in iowa. >> all right. big day today for you, sir, a new book >> "the right problem, what every candidate and member of congress ought to be working on." and the reasons arethey are note right problems, so they're not giving us the right solutions. that's what this book is about. the right problems and the right solutions, such that the voters will know the right questions to ask of their representatives, their senators, and whoever is trying to get their vote. that's why i wrote this book and i was inspired by what i learned when i ran for president. and four years later, congress, the president, they are still not working on the right problems. that's what inspired my new book. >> and what perfect timing, i might add for people to go out and buy it mr. herman cain, thank you, sir. >> you are welcome, greta.
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they can find it at herman >> thank you, sir. governor palin's endorsement reigniting the battle between donald trump and senator ted cruz. that's next. it. >> and .d%m is absolutely chilling. >> the president verse
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senator ted cruz and jumping on the trump. palin endorsing donald trump and no doubt this bombshell endorsement is an ache a seller rant intense fuse. cruz staff from earlier today and then senator cruz on the big news. >> sarah palin has been a champion for the conservative cause. and if she was going to endorse donald trump sadly she would be endorsing someone who had has held progressive views all their life. >> i love sarah palin. sarah palin is fantastic. without her friendship and support, i wouldn't be in the senate today. so, regardless of what sarah decides to do in 2016, i
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will always remain a big, big fan of sarah palin. >> the "on the record" political panel is here from the daily beast. betsy woodruff and from "u.s. news and world report." david catanese. obviously rick didn't get the memo. he whacked palin and by the afternoon, senator ted cruz pretty smart saying that, i think. >> candidate correcting what his spokesman got a little bit out over the skis early on. you don't want to fight sarah palin. the biggest impact from all of this is that it's t. stifles ted cruz's momentum in his must-win state of iowa. and he has to deal with this nowcx for 24 to 48 hours. on defense, with people asking why didn't you, the conservative candidate, the guy who supposedly uniting all the conservatives didn't get one of the biggest figures in the conservative movement over the last decade? because she is rallying with trump in iowa tomorrow, and into oklahoma, i think this is is a bad 48 hours for ted cruz. >> betsy, your thoughts?
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>> i agree. i think even though getting palin's endorsement if is a big win for trump is an even bigger loss for ted cruz. we can't overestimate how much clout palin has in iowa. in 2014 she endorsed joni hurst. the democratic messaging strategy against ernst was painting her against sarah palin. that didn't bother iowa voters very much they rallied for her and she is a much respected member of the senate. palin's track record is successful. guy she endorseside another u.s. senator. i thinkkfáaople in the national media are going to embarrassingly under estimate how beneficial this is for trump and how much of a loss it is for cruz. >> what's the impact? she made it very evident governor palin that there is a big divide in the republican party. sheíí specifically talks about antiestablishment or the establishment g.o.p. i mean, she is drawing a line right down the middle of that. >> you sort of have a divide between the antiestablishment wing of the party in this cruz-trump matchup.
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we all sort of thought there would be an establishment candidate rising at this point. some people still believe it could be marco rubio. the polling doesn't bear that out. the3iyf$sáá that out. we are 13 days out and it is increasingly looking like a trump/cruz race and palin is a value day or two -- valid validator for trump. nobody talk about jeb or marco or the rest of these guysékk >> also, i think one interesting thing about interesting thing about palin's! has among antiestablishment figures. mark lavine and rush limbaugh with a on their shows criticizing trump for how much he went after cruz. saying trump was going after cruz for the wrong reasons in the wrong ways. this isn't just grass roots versus establishment it is grass roots versus grass
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roots it can get very messy. >> very exciting day in politics. thank you both. lots and lots and lots and lots of snow could be headed your way. better get ready because that's next. plus, amir hekmati says being freed from iran is
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this is a fox news alert. and get ready for not just some, but lots of snow. a major winter storm now threatening much of the east coast. 50 million americans from south carolina all the way up to massachusetts could get clobbered with snow. fox news meteorologist janice dean is tracking it all. janice? >> i know this is going to be the talk of the beltway, greta. starting tonight and heading in to thursday and friday. we haven't even gotten our storm together yet and we're still talking about perhaps one of the storms that we haven't seen in the d.c. area for at least a decade. so, let's watch it it rightf now we are dealing with some snow across the mississippi
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and tennessee river valley. this is the first storm system we're going to watch bringing 3 to 6 inches of snow maybe wintry mix across the tennessee and mississippi valley. this one is is the one to watch as we head into friday. our low coming out of southeast, classic setup for our nor'easter, a wintry mix here for parts of the carolinas, into virginia. and then we are going to watch this develop off the coast. and this one could be a big one across the d.c. area. watching the low very carefully friday into saturday, that's the time line, this is one of our forecast models, and, again, right now the bulls eye looks to be around the d.c. area, west and north of the city where you could get upwards of a foot, maybe even 2 feet of snow. but one thing is for certain, the exact timing, how much snow, and where the low will track is still yet to be determined, greta. but, man, if this forecast comes true of over a foot, a foot and a half of snow around the d.c. area, oh my
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gosh. that's going to be big news. >> janice, the whole area freaks out with just the prediction of a quarter it of an inch and they are paralyzed. i'm not going to be able to get home tonight and it hasn't started. >> you will get home tonight. it's just who is going to be shoveling on saturday. >> everyone goes nuts beforehand in this city. >> stay tuned. okay. back here in washington, president obama's executive action on immigration is now headed to the highest court in the land. the supreme court announcing it will review the president's controversial plan to shield 5 million illegal immigrants from deportation. fox news correspdent shannon bream. >> we found out they are going to take this up challenge led by texas 26 states saying we don't like the the president'sln executive action on saying 3 '.4 million estimated folks are not going to be deported even though they are here legally. what's interesting to me. obama administration that they heard this case because they lost below. so if the supreme court hadn't taken it, they would have just been losers. so they have another bite at
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the apple. interesting to me that the justices said we are going to take the case but also announce we want you to brief this additional question did the president's executive actions violate article 2, section 36 the u.s. constitution that the president take care that the laws be faithfully executed. so the court is going beyond what the case has been so far. they are really going to take a close look at how far$i(w executive power goes. >> whether the president blew off his duty to enforce laws in the nonconstitutional language. >> and the thing is, they will hear it in april. decision in june. so right in the middle of the election. >> right before thej@ conventions too. anyway, shannon, thank you. good luck getting home the next three days. and you are about to hear directly from u.s. we were below the 88th southern parallel. we had traveled for over 850 miles. my men driven nearly mad from starvation and frostbite. today we make history. >>bienvenidos! welcome to the south pole! if you're dora the explorer, you explore.
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♪music ♪you fill up my senses ♪like a night in a forest ♪like the mountains in springtime♪ ♪like a walk in the rain ♪like a storm in the desert ♪like a sleepy blue ocean ♪you fill up my senses ♪come fill me again
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♪come let me love you ♪let me give my life to you ♪let me drown in your laughter♪ ♪let me die in your arms ♪let me lay down beside you ♪let me always be with you ♪come let me love you ♪come love me again today, three americans freed from iran remain in germany.
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marine amir heck malty, reporter jason rezaian and christian pastor syed abedini. each is undergoing medical evaluations while reuniting with family. just a short time ago for the first time we heard from marine amir hekmati about his four and a half years in a dangerous iranian prison. he also told us about the big moment, the moment he and his fellow americans were finally safe. >> i feel very lucky, like i said i feel alive for the first time. it's like being born again and i just really feel proud to be an american. >> how bad was it in there? >> well, it wasn't good. i spoke to that before. i was luckily able to get some of my distances on my treatment from prison and i do want to talk about that in more detail and i will. >> what was your biggest surprise once you got out? >> you know, i was at a point where i had just sort of accepted the fact that i was going to be spending 10 years in prison, so this was a surprise. and i just feel extremely
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blessed to see my government do so much to me. >> up until the last second, we were all worried and concerned. we were just put in a very small room and we had no telephone or access to any information we kept being told we would ,[
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of my fellow marines, supporting me, really gave me the strength to put up with over four years of some very difficult times that me and my family went through. i'm grateful semper phi to all the marines out there. >> how do you feel yourself physically right now. >> right now i feel great. i have so much energy. like i said, i feel aleif for the first time. all the people out there who have been in prison. especially those imprisoned unjustly, i'm sure the other americans feel the same way, it takes such a toll on you. so to be out now with congressman kildee who has done so much and my family it's just amazing. i can't describe this feeling. >> how fellow americans on board? >> ecstatic, happy. anxious to get home. nobody really believed it everybody was just sort of in a state of disbelief. and we still are are. >> apparently there were
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cheers as the flight left the iranian airspace. >> as soon as we got out ofq iranian airspace, champagne bottles were popped and the swiss are amazing. their hospitality. chocolates, veal was served. and we were on a private jet that usually the foreign minister of switzerland or the ambassadors use. so they really did an excellent job and we thank them for the hospitality. >> you seem so well. people will be stunned and delighted. >> i am well. i am only going to get better, i hope. this has really been an exceptional time for me. >> that was my colleague greg palkot in germany asking many of those questions of amir heck mattie. hekmati is a constituent of democratic congressman dan kildee who joins us. this is about your constituent. i just want to take about 15 seconds to give you a giant shoutout because you have been a strong advocate for your constituent and, boy, everyone back in michigan
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should be proud. i pound you, congressman, so many times that i really want to give you a shoutout. good work. have you been on this since the beginning, sir. >> thanks, greta. i have got to say every timeñó i hear amir's voice. i just met him yesterday for the first time which seems odd because i feel like i know him so well. i get choked up when i hear him. isn't he just annual amazing american the way spoke? it's incredible. i have got to return comment, greta, thank you for raising this issue the way you did. it made a difference. it made a difference to him and also made a difference to getting him home. >> you know, thank you, congressman. like you, i love hearing his voice. where he says the first he felt alive for the first time. proud to be an american. he gives you a shoutout. i mean it's like, you know, this is amazing when you hear proud to be an american. it does get you choked up.
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>> inkbe=99ñ i urged people. >> i knelt to do thank the swiss because, you know, what they did is incredible i think you could. champagne and chocolates and so much levy lifting. good for the swiss, right? >> yeah. i have been meeting with ambassadors who for years on this. he is always there. jip &c @&c@ happen. i consider him a friend now because i have gotten to know him so well with. we owe a great debt of gratitude to the swiss and to, and particular to ambassador hass. and amir is a gracious guy. he recognized that. and said so. >> you know, people may forget, amir was in custody four and one half years. and in the beginning wasn't he sentence to do death?
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>> he was. for months. first of all, he was gone and nobody knew where he was. then he was sentence to do death. you know, i told amir today, his story is not just an amazing story unto itself, but it's a testament to anybody who ever thinks that there is no hope, that all hope is lost. if anybody could have justified having that sense about him, it would be amir, in an iranian president with a death sentence and no way for us to talknl to anybody there. four and a half years later, walks out not just a free man, but a kind, thoughtful, articulate young man who we can all be very proud of. that gives hope to anybody who ever thinks that all hope is lost. >> indeed. congressman, i know that the other constituents you have are his mother and father is very i will back in michigan. and they are very excited to see him. i have got to tell you, let me say it again, i admire you immensely because have you been on this one working really, really hard. thank you, sir. thank you for joining us.
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safe journey home. >> thanks, greta. >> and five americans total were freed in the prisoner exchange with iran. but one notable prisoner, a very important prisoner, was not included. at least a very important person. we don't even know if he is a prisoner. former fbi agent bob levinson, he disappeared in iran in 2007. that is nine years ago. the today the white house saying it has no idea where bob levinson is. >> we is have reason to believe that he no longer is in iran. and that's why we continue to press for information about his whereabouts. >> american bob levinson's family has not given up hope and wants america to not give up hope either. we "on the record" are going to continue to push for information about him. >> this is a fox news alert. a tragedy on a campaign trail. a volunteer for dr. ben carson's campaign has died in a car accident.
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four campaign workers were in that9z horrific accident today. the van hit a patch of ice in iowa causing it to flip on its side. the van was hit by another car. dr. carson has cancelled campaign events for two days. and more on today's huge political news. "on the record" takes you inside the packed rally need to hire fast?
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and now you can use zip recruiter for free. go to governor sarah palin throwing her support to donald trump. john mccormick is inside the trump endorsement. john what was it like inside the room? >> a lot more outside. there is a lot of people want to get in that event tonight. >> what's the likelihood that it has impact votes trying to get away from senator ted cruise. >> you know there are a lot of majority haven't made up
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their mind according it a recent poll. i have spoke to a lot of people whofje÷ don't know if they will vote for donald trump or ted cruz it could blunt ted cruz's attack on donald trump's new york liberal values on things like abortion and gay marriage. sarah palin thinks she represents heartland values and conservatism and populism. >> so she is still popular there? >> you know, i don't know h she endorsed a lot of candidates in 200i who did not win their primary races. i think with a significant portion of people she is still is popular. with a race neck and neck in the polls between trump and cruz, every little bit is going to help trump. >> john mccormick going to help us in iowa. thank you, thank you for being with us. tomorrow night. right here at 7:00 p.m. eastern. and don't forget to go to gretawire and to facebook. there is a lot of activity that goes around on gretawire and facebook after the show. stick around go on our
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website. washington, d.c. getting ready for snow. i hope we are scared and it's not going to happen. anyway, good night from washington. ♪ ♪vé welcome to "red eye." i'm tom shillue. let's check in with tv's andy levy to see what exciting stories we will be discussing this evening. andy? >> thanks, tom. coming up on the show, the academy apologizes for only nominating white actors and actresses at the oscars. no word when they will apologize forgiving "crash" best picture. and sarah palin gives trump endorsement. consider my mind changinged. and bikini wearing baristas. this is a serious news story and in no way means for tom shillue to show his despicable brand of sexism by showing video of scantily clad


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