♪jake reese, "day to feel alive"♪ hello, everyone. it's 5:00 in new york city. and this is the five. one week, that's all that's left, the presidential candidates are now on a seven-day sprint before the first vote is held in iowa next monday. there's good news for donald trum. . he's retain the lead over ted cruz. he's at 34%. cruz is 23. he's also holding a lead in new hampshire. the mudslinging between the two top gop candidates is getting ugly are. >> ted cruz will approve the
keystone pipeline because it benefits canada. great, he could be the only guy, he'll run for president then prime minister of canada. >> i think the people of iowa and this country deserve more than insulting people with school yard taunts. i will sing donald trump's praises personally. i think policy is fair. >> cruz picked up some new endorsements. glenn beck backed him over the weekend and rick perry announced his support today. marco rubio got a big endorsement this weekend. it doesn't make him the establishment pick for the nomination. >> you're the new face of the republican party. you're the best hope for republicans. does that make you the establishment? >> no, it makes it that if i win the nomination, we're going to unite the party and beat hillary clinton. we cannot lose this election, this country cannot afford
another four years like the last seven. >> i think on that everyone would agree. dana, so interesting the rhetoric that marco rubio is choosing to seize on, that this does not make him the establishment candidate. >> i thought the reporter's question was a little odd. he's talking about the endorsement, you're the future of the party, you're the best thing for the party. does that make you establishment? >> i thought marco handled that fine. he's probably going to do a little better. ted cruz is starting to fall a little bit in these final days. donald trump is way up. most people in iowa will make up their minds about who they will vote for next monday night in the last five days. that makes this coming thursday's presidential debate so important. >> real quick about the endorsement and getting the des moines register, what do you think? >> i'm all for addition, not
subtraction. any time you can add to your plate of people, these are the people that support me. i think ted cruz getting the support of glenn beck and rick perry, again, adding not subjecting at this point is really important. i thought that the trump attack on the keystone pipeline was a little odd. since republican voters for years have been pushing obama and hillary clinton on that issue. not about canada, but about jobs in america. and then later on in the show, we're going to show how he has an ad about how he'll bring jobs to america, bring back more jobs, on that one in particular, i thought he was off. >> what do you think about the emphasis of dana saying jobs in america. >> interesting numbers coming out over the weekend. trump and cruz, 57% between the two of them. they're the ones to beat, but that trump jumped up so much up to 34 and cruz down to 23. that's interesting also. as far as endorsements go. this governor terry brand stead. the longest seeded government in
the state. vote for trump not ted cruz is huge. senator grassley is also traveling with trump. that's interesting to me as well. as far as endorsements go, those are important 37. >> and you have earnst travelin with him. >> jeb bush's super pac has severe attack ads. they're going after him hard on immigration. i'm sitting here trying to think, if you add rubio, bush, chris christie and john kasich, you're coming up with 20% only. instead of them going after each other. it's crunch time, you may as well go after trump or cruz so you can at least maybe look at doing well in iowa and then new hampshire, they're beating each other senseless, it doesn't make sense to me. >> unless they're trying to get up in the batting lineup, to
get -- be more in play to be the other choice. >> rubio is polling at 12. they're sharing the guy that's 12. >> he's the top with those guys. okay. >> i can't wait for this to end. and it hasn't started yet. that's the amazing thing. this is the super bowl for people with dandruff and coffee breath. and they act like mudslinging is so unseemly, yet it happens every single election. just count on the mudslinging. it's the only fun part in this, it's inevitable and entertaining. as for -- i believe the editions of endorsements are actually subtractions. has the opposite effect for me. when somebody endorses something, i want to be against it, because i'm a negative person. you see the two stars of duck dynasty, one is for trump, one is for cruz. and then the guy in pond stars he's for rubio, i'm waiting to hear from kim kardashian's butt,
i want to know what that's endorsing. >> that counts for two votes. >> nicely done. >> didn't she come out for hillary? >> i don't know. >> in the kardashian world, probably does qualify, right? >> what i don't get about this whole thing is, you made a great point. trump -- they're all treating each other, the establishment candidates, new hampshire especially. as though one of them needs to emerge to be the person to go up against trump. time is running out my friend. you're going to kill each other. one of you will emerge, by that point, trump solidifies both iowa and new hampshire, it's going to be hard to beat. it makes no sense to me as to why they're not going after him. he's done a great job of cowing these people who want to be president of the united states into submission, i don't get it, they can't put up with donald trump. they should go after him. you have to take down the guy who's on top, they're not coming after him, they're coming after each other.
>> if one of them were to establish a strong presence. say marco rubio. he did well, came in second in iowa and new hampshire. then you have made a case for a candidate. beating each other up at this point in the game, it doesn't make sense. >> more on that later, a lot later. >> trump may have a big lead in the polls. he's getting a lot of heat for these comments he made. >> my people are so smart, you know what else they say, i have the most loyal people. did you see that? where i could stand in the middle of fifth avenue and shoot somebody and i wouldn't lose any voters. >> the next day he defended his use of tough receipt rikt and vowed to take a softer approach. >> i'm dealing with all these people. i have to be a little tough. i don't have time to be so nice. if i'm president i would have a
little bit of a different -- the demeanor would be a little different. but it will be the same attitude, you understand that. we're not going to change. i'll be a little softer. maybe the attitude will be tufr, but the words will be softer. >> it will be like trump soaking his hand in palmolive. what did you think? >> how condescending to his own supporters. you guys are so stupid i could shoot somebody, meanwhile, you're going to vote for me. if i were one of his reporters, i would shoot somebody to see -- i think it's incredibly condescending. i guess people are drinking the kool-aid so much they don't feel condescended to. >> but he did defend it by saying he was kidding, if you let the tape roll a little bit, people are laughing. however, his point is this, he's very -- he has a very adamant supporter. they're on board no matter what.
>> i will tell you what, though. >> they're baked in. >> we're applying it to his supporters over ted cruz or marco rubio and jeb bush. apply it to hillary clinton and further on, apply it to world leaders. world leaders are watching going, wow! this guy has backing, he has people behind them. i think clearly -- he's there, he's making the case, he grabs the news cycle. we talked about him twice now in nine minutes. he knows what he's doing. i think it portrayed strength on the global stage. >> dana. i think the reason it's funny, there's a little bit of truth to anything that's humorous. he gets the joke, and we get the joke and -- it's funny. >> i do think that -- we don't understand a couple things in this election. one the polling is different because of people no longer having land lines as much. the polling in the last couple elections is off.
we don't exactly know. the other thing is that it's been proven that you don't have to -- it's not the best benefit to have the most money. so jeb's super pac has had the most money, spending a ton of it, that actually hasn't helped in that regard and so i don't know if the money game is going to be as important as social media in particular, the ads for social media are having more of a staying impact with people than ones that are running on television. that is changing the election in a lot of different ways, we may learn a little more within this month in iowa, new hampshire and south carolina. >> we'll see how it's going to play out. >> smart strategy? his aggressive hyperbole? >> yes. you say it's a little bit of truth. what he said was 100% factual, if he shot one person on fifth avenue, his followers would say, only one?
>> you probably could have gotten four or five more. that's a good thing, and to eric's point, we've talked -- we've looked at other countries and go, wow! you see so much anger and extremism. isn't it time for our anger and our extremism? what if we had a large faction of really angry people, maybe that would make the world look at us differently. this is also -- it speaks to a bigger issue, and this is an autocrat, an authoritarian movement. people are looking for power, they're looking for strength. they're looking for a desk bot, that's what we want. he's 100% right. >> they don't trust government, they don't trust -- >> they don't trust -- they're not happy with what's going on in the house, what's going on in the senate, politics as usual. >> they'll hand it over to one guy. woody allen said about barack obama, why can't he just be a dictator for two years? you. >> nailed it. that's the one common denominator trump supporters have. if you want an autocrat, that's
what polling has shown, it's interesting you pointed that out. that's across the board, democrats and republicans attracted to him, that's what they're attracted to. >> the prime ate that pounds its chest the loudest gets the most support. >> not saying trump is a primate. >> true. >> natural selection. there you go. >> birds and the bees. >> revolutionary aspect. >> are we lumping stead cruz supporters in that? >> i don't think so. as an ideology, conservatism is generally against the autocrats. >> my point is, between the two of them, they've had between 50 and 60% of the vote for virtually the whole season so far. >> cruz is getting the true conservative. people are not attracted to trump because he's a conservative. they're attracted to his autocra autocracy. >> even rush pointed it out. nationalism right now, is trumping conservatism. >> i think what cruz lost in
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it's the universal gripe, no one likes a line cutter, whether you're waiting for a drink at a bar, or watching people sneak in over our border. it's the nagging suspicion that someone is getting something for nothing. it gets under your skin. we believe in order, we believe you have to put in the time and the effort. we believe in respecting the people that got there first, and the people who does the work. could that be the resentment fueling the rest among republicans? it's based on one assumption. he's a conservative in costume only. it's as if he's claiming citizenship illegally. hopping the fence of identity without appreciating those who did it legally. so is he now asimulating or simulating. the first step is admit the right has a point. trum will is a salesman and he's selling himself. maybe he's not a movementment
conservative. but he's moved. one town hall would answer that. he may not need to do it, but he should want to do it, a conversation, not by phone, not surrounded by fans, but confronting the faithful, that could erase. it's not just about winning a nomination, but winning over those people who were in line when trump was somewhere else. >> is it time for some sort of counsel i counseling. >> it's really true, why not? a little come to jesus, people love ice cream socials. we sometimes have them in the lobby. now we have snowcones made on the streets of new york. >> isn't it a problem that as
human beings we only have two sides. there may be something we like. ideolo ideology, mutt be a conservative or not. >> the middle grounds, we can't handle it. i guess. that's what we've had, we've had far right, we had the establishment squishy. and now here's someone you can't put your finger on trump, you're not sure what he is. he's igniting a movement. maybe it's not all far right. maybe it's some from everywhere, i'm not sure. as far as not waiting, cutting the line, not waiting your turn, that's what we're hitting hillary on. she's supposed to be -- it's supposed to be her turn. bernie sanders coming in and says, maybe it's not her turn. i'm someone he didn't see coming either.
>> people worked very hard, that are being denigrated, correct? >> yes as rhinos for years and now it doesn't matter. >> where millennials are, which is a huge voting block this time around. they don't like to be labelled. and they like to take a little from here and there. which is why this election is confounding to people, you have a ton of young people supporting bernie sanders. which wouldn't make sense necessarily, we're in a different time. they don't want to be labelled, so it's harder to nail people down. >> to them, bernie is a lovable professor. socialism, it's all about -- >> it sounds very good. and he has the highest favorability of all the candidates running. >> i like him, and i hate what
he stands for. >> why do you like him? >> because he -- you know what, it goes back to, liberals are great at selling bad ideas. >> maybe -- i don't know if it's liberal or not. he's been persuasive about being authentic. you may disagree with his ideas, but this is someone you don't think is bsing you like some of the others being a phony politician. that's why i know people that like trump and sanders. >> that would be a great contest. >> i think that's a great point. people are so tired -- i think this is a problem for hillary. she comes across so manufactured, so poll driven. you have these youngsters that don't identify with her. we like somebody who comes across, he may look like larry david playing george steinbrenner on seinfeld. he's someone who's super authentic. they relate to him. i don't agree with that, he's too left. >> too left for you? >> even for me.
we finally found someone who's too left for me. >> i think that your idea of the conservative town hall is interesting. >> i know i'd make conservative leaning news outlets that met with donald trump and said, if he were to present himself like that, in public, he could probably get more conservative reports. >> he does a pretty good job. yet he doesn't do it. >> you know. hosted by you is a good idea. hosted by the five. you run the gamut of ideology here. that's not a bad place to be doing it. >> i agree with him, on everything he said at one point. so we'd all get along. >> we don't all agree. >> look at how we pitched ourselves. >> good job. coming up next, the five interviews donald trump. michael bloomberg, remember him? he's weighing a presidential bid as a third party candidate. how would that impact the rice? that's ahead.
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donald trump has flirted with the idea, now another billionaire has as well. the former new york city mayor will decide in march sometime after super tuesday. how would that shake up the race? candidates on both sides don't seem very concerned. >> i know him very well, i think he might very well get in the race. he's opposite me on guns and pro life and he's opposite on a lot of things. i would love to have michael get in the race. >> the son of a bartender and a maid can be running for the same office and have the same opportunity as the son of a millionaire or the son of a president. >> you're not worried about him getting in? >> well, the way i read what he said is, if i didn't get the
nomination, he might consider it. i'm going to relieve him of that and get the nomination, he doesn't have to. >> i think it would be interesting if donald trump became the republican candidate and michael bloomberg became an independent candidate. if that takes place, i'm confident we will win it. >> i talked to several people today, whether it would help or hurt the republicans. he has strong views on global warming, on guns, on big gulps and the like. people in new york have a lot of affection for him. would that translate across the country? >> would he be conservative enough to capture some of the votes from trump and cruz supporters. that's the thing i don't know if it would resonate so well. he's trying to sweep in, i guess, at the last minute, given what's going on. it may be a little too late like everyone was waiting on biden,
the same type of phenomenon happening there. he was a very good mayor of new york city. i don't agree with him on all of his politics or his policies, but he's certainly someone that would be able to self-fund and run a great campaign. i like what marco rubio said, if you want to hit it really hard say billionaire. that's -- when you know, when you think about that, and the way that bernie sanders put it, he makes a good point. if he was running against someone like that, to really kind of fuel the democratic and liberal and socialist base to get him out there. >> a lot of people like him on economics. and they like him -- he's a hawk on national security. but do you think this is going anywhere? >> no, i don't think it's going anywhere. he said he would be willing to spend $1 billion, he's worth $37 billion, it's not that much money. the way it works out, the way i understand it, it would be almost virtually impossible for him to be elected president of
the united states. what he really should do, he's been a democrat, a republican, he's now an independent, run in the democratic party. go for it that way. you're saying hillary is not strong enough to win this election. do it, go up and win the election, he doesn't want to do that. that's the way he would most likely do it. >> polling and research shows he would cut into the democratic -- >> i think there's physically an impossibility for him to become president as an independent. >> what an indictment against hillary, though, don't you think? >> that he's taking this, jewelry? >> yes, it is an indictment against her and her chances. >> those of us who lived in new york during his mayoral term. he doesn't do things just to do them. if he does them, he's going to win. you're right, there's no way. there's no way as an independent he can win. i'm not sure who he appeals to. the guns, which a lot of
republicans are opposed to on the democratic side, very close to wall street. so he could cherry pick a little on this end, on that end, kimberly, you're right, he'll cherry pick more from republicans and democrats. he's not going to win, why go for it. i don't think he's clamoring for republicans to be elected so badly, he's a spoiler for the democrating. >> how do you round this up. >> he's not a likeable person. he's a confident person, but he's a guy who thinks he knows better than you, hence the nanny state. he's an irritable iguana. he looks at you and doesn't like how you eat. he thinks soda is somehow more damaging than isis or trans fats or -- >> who does he sound like? obama. i'm better than you. >> nobody tells billionaires when they're wrong about things because they're scared. >> i bet you all the people
around him on park avenue and the acela train are telling him to go for, he's going to win. they're all going to be like, we all voted for him, how could he lose? >> may i? >> i have to -- >> that could be your segment. >> maybe it's -- with the strength in bernie sanders numbers lately, maybe it's getting the democrats to say, hey, look, if it were a bernie sanders nominee, bloomberg might jump in and ruin everything, why not get hillary clinton. >> that's what i -- not bad. >> full screen, if he has a good one like that. >> check it out on snoeps later on. >> sarah palin introduced trump last week. you knew this was going to happen. >> we're mad, we've been had, and we're not so glad quote the lower axe. >> tina fey reprised her infamous role saturday night. we have more to come next.
welcome back. time for -- the fastest 7 minutes on television. three luring stories. danny devito making news over the weekend calling america a racist country. >> it's unfortunate that the entire country is a racist country. it's one example of the fact that even though some people, you know, have given great performances in movies, they weren't even thought about. sometimes it's manifested in things like this and illuminated. generally speaking, we're racists. we're a bunch of racist was. >> devito made those comments in park city utah this weekend.
the list of actors accusing the academy awards of racism is growing. remind me not to watch. can you imagine what that award is going to be like? >> he gives short people a bad name. >> do something about it. >> i think, could we just -- the elephant in the room, the tiny elephant in the room, he's high as a coat. >> i'm sorry, the way he was delivering those words, i know he had been there. he would have been right, earthlings are race conscious. we evolved as creatures to identify likeness as a method of survival. race -- being race conscious exists. that doesn't make you racist. >> remember the lemon cello thing? >> yes. >> who gets wasted on lemon shots. >> i could. >> i don't mean that in a bad way. >> after dinner is over. >> i was going to say that hyperbole is the new way to get attention. you're not going to get
acontinuation if you say, there are some people in the country who are ratest. you're going to get media attention if you say, the entire country is racist. >> i hope they don't leave him again. that was an absurdly stupid comment. >> like him, didn't like that at all. >> stay right there. next up. sometimes the funniest bits are the unexpected ones. saturday night live went with the obvious, it was pretty darn funny anyway. sarah palin and the donald played by tina fey and darryl hammond. >> i'm here for all you teachers and teamsters, farmers and charmers. whether you're a mom or 2 broke girls or 3 men and a baby or a rock 'n' roller, holy roller pushing stroller, pro bowler with an southbound sesed molar. >> she's a firecracker. she's a real pistol. she's crazy, isn't she.
>> all right, k.g. your turn. >> i was impressed and i was like, who overnighted the jacket very quickly to make sure that they had it. it was a nice little attention to detail. tina fey, she's fun, talented and sao is hammond. >> i thought the original was much funnier. this is not as funny as what i watched. maybe i'm being a little -- >> i'm not mean. >> i'm going to agree. i thought the original was more entertaining, and partly, that's because i don't think darrel hammond does a very good donald trump. he's better and funnier when he's just himself. anyone that's trying to imitate him, they don't have it right on "saturday night live." >> she might be the most -- possess the most uncanny impression of any person ever. when you watch that, you do believe in sarah palin, and i agree, nothing beats the
original. the original is far crazier, more insane than that. >> finally, the nfl playoffs were awesome. denver edged out tom brady's patriots, and a confident young man, cam newton put a good old fashioned smackdown on the cardinals. here's the elder states man post game. >> when you're not able to contribute because you can't participate, you try to be patient and you work yourself back into position to be available to participate and try to make a contribution. my role has been different and my contributions are different. but i'm fortunate and grateful i have the opportunity to contribute still in some way. and i'm very -- it's a great honor to be going back to the super bowl. playing super bowl 50. i'm really looking forward to it, it's going to be a fun two weeks. >> your mascot went 2 for 2. >> i was wondering if he would pick that up.
i'm thrilled for denver, my sister and her husband were at the game. it looked like so much fun, with all the orange. i watched it with my husband who is a pessimist when he's watching, every play is like, okay, here comes brady, it's all over now. for all three -- the first quarter was good, the last three quarters he thought we were going to lose. >> dana's mascot, the broncos are tougher than patriots because they're human. >> i said he could outrun -- >> a panther can kill a cardinal obviously. >> i don't know, the problem is, when you miss a field goal like that, and put it on a two point conversion, it's difficult. didn't come together for them, i think the game showed you, never count tom brady out, it's getting runover all night with no offensive line, he held up pretty well. not just a pretty boy. i love peyton. >> it's super bowl 50. the motto is, still younger than
madonna. i'm boycotting the super bowl. it's racist, there are no czechs, kurds, koreans, icelanders playing on either roster. worst of all, they're having cold play as the half time show. it's the whitest band in the country. >> the super bowl went to numbers instead of roman numerals for the first time. >> listen, i don't care about football. but this allows tom brady to spend a lot of time looking at his pool covers now to make sure it's the right kind of white. >> can a bronco beat a panther? >> i'm working on the explanation of that theory, and i will report on it later in the week. >> in your conservative universe? >> i'm no conservative. >> it's been a mild winter for east coasters until this past
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it's time now for one more thing. there was an important interview conducted that's going to be on the record tonight that greta was able to get. you cannot miss this tonight. she sat down with a christian pastor earlier today for the first and only interview. it's going to air tonight on the record, 7:00 p.m. eastern. he opens up about his ordeal in the iranian prison, torture behind bars to his release, and ultimate return to america. he broke some news during this interview, talking about the two months he spent in confinement, a same cell as amir hakmadi. and what he has to say is chilling, take a listen to this. >> when they send me to other area, there was a marine there. they bound my eyes, they took me to his room. i had been there for almost 60
days. >> in the same room with hakmadi? >> yes. >> you guys talk about things? communicate with each other? >> when i remove my eye band and i saw her, i was heart broken to see what they did to our marine. >> you don't want to miss, this is going to be compelling and important. this is a country we did a deal with. the future will tell the tale on that. in rogers, minnesota, there's rogers area youth basketball association. a high school girl's team supposed to compete in a tournament this weekend. the league threw them out of the league. they're own league, they're thrown out. here's the coach and a player. >> how are you supposed to -- >> play sports, just to make them happy? >> the teams are threatening to, i guess, either forfeit the games against us or flat out
quit the league. for some reason they kicked us out. >> no, let them lose. these girls should compete. this is what's wrong with america right here. the participation trophy. if they're that good, let them win. that's what the country was founded on. that coach is to meet with the league sometime today, we'll report back. my sister sent this to me this morning, very exciting news. elk mont alabama, there was a woman named april and her blood hound having a totally normal day. april opens the door to let the dog out to have a pee, he wanders off, he gets on a trail where there's a half marathon being run. he starts running with all the runners. he comes in at the finish line 7th overall. april didn't know this was going on, until her friend sent her pictures of this dog with a medal on. coming in seventh, they are
thinking about changing the name of the half marathon to hound dog hash because of the dog's impressive run. >> 13 miles. pretty impressive. >> all right. >> hello? it's me. >> i have to leave it there. >> we'll have to leave it there. >> i'm going to leave it there. >> we have to leave it there. >> i have to leave it there. >> we'll leave it there, thanks, guys. >> let's leave it there. >> i was in vero beach a couple weeks ago, i have to say i've never in my life seen people who love the five as they do in vero beach. >> they asked me, including the bird. they asked me all about you guys, i want a shout out to them, truly, nobody in that town does any -- >> that was the picture of our fan with solitary birds leaving the water.
>> set your dvr's, never miss an episode of the five. special report is next, and don't forget, greta's exclusive. 7:00 p.m. eastern. this is a fox news alert, just a week to go before the iowa caucuses, socialist democrat bernie sanders is closing the gap in the hawkeye state. that's the headline from our new fox polls, along with the fact that clinton has dropped under 50% nationally. all this comes as clinton takes further damage to her reputation from continued revelations about her use of private, nonsecured e-mail procedures during her time as secretary of state. chief white house correspondent ed henry from the crucial state of iowa. hi, ed. >> good evening, brett. bernie sanders continues to gain