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let me say that i'm a maniac and everyone on this stage is stupid, fat, and ugly, and, ben, you are a terrible surgeon. now that we have gotten the donald trump portion out of the way. [ laughter ] >> i kind of miss donald trump. was a little teddy bear to me. [ laughter ] >> we always had such a loving relationship during these debates. >> we are a nation of immigrants. as such, everybody is welcome from any race, any country, any religion if they want to be americans. if they want to accept our values and our laws. if not, they can stay where they are. >> we are not going to round up and deport 12 million people. we are not going to go around handing out citizenship cards either. >> i wrote a book about this called immigration wars. you can get it 2.99 on amazon. not a best seller.
>> the last four questions have been rand, please attack ted. marco please attack ted. chris please attack ted. jeb please attack ted. >> it's perfectly legal to change your mind. when you are a governor you have to admit it. you can't hide behind parliamentary tricks. that's the difference and the kind of leader we need in the white house. stop the washington bull and let's get things done. >> the fact is that we work for the people. the people don't work for us. >> it's what bill clinton did anyuqçbwñz$v÷ ceo with our y did with an intern with with a 22-year-old, 21-year-old intern in their office, they would be fired. they would never be hired again. >> i would say this, gosh, if you guys ask one more mean question, i may have to leave the stage. >> that was some of the biggest highlights from the fox news g.o.p. debate in iowa. until now donald trump hay be leading about every 2016 poll. some are not so enthusiastic about a trump presidency.
republican nebraska u.s. senator ben just returned from iowa for essentially almost everyone but trump. senator sass is here to go "on the record." practically everyone. you there were for rubio, cruz, and fiorina. >> correct. >> you don't want trump. >> i love the constitution. if being pro-constitution makes me anti-mr. trump i think that's mr. trump's issue. >> how do you figure he is anti-constitution? >> if he says if i am elected president i can do whatever i want. mr. trump is doing a good service in one way he is diagnosing a lot that is really broken in this country. washington is a broken place that is not focused on the most important, most urgent issues. he called that bluntly there is a big difference at being good at diagnosis and being clear what you are for. i don't think his supporters know what he is for. many of them want to know more. they deserve better. >> you have to accomplish something when you get to washington. senator ted cruz people like his ideology.
purists like his ideology. can't get one u.s. senator, with they;çok e0 go out and campaign for him. can't get anyone to endorse him. if he does become president with all his ideas that the followers like how is he going to get anything accomplished on capitol hill. >> i'm not endorsing anybody. i think the republican party is incredibly bless to do haveeu÷z pro-constitutional candidates. president obama has run roughshod over the constitution. >> what about senator ted cruz? could he be effective if you are president if he can't get anyone on capitol hill to support him? >> everything that president obama is trying to do is trying to act like we don't even have a wouldn't it be great if we had somebody in the executive branch that96rño= recognized that the constitution has a separation of powers that check and balance each other. we are blessed that this party has lots of pro-constitutional candidates in that field. >> let me go back. is whoever is in the white house has got to be able to work with capitol hill. do you agree. >> i do. >> do you not find it a little bit curious that
senator ted cruz can't get a senator to endorse him? maybe that's not a big deal? >> i really think that the republican field has an embarrassment of riches right now. president obama has done things that no president has ever really effectively done. woodrow wilson tried to do. this woodrow wilson had a theory that the constitution was an outdated document and we should have a king.ts like a the problem when president obama has done that we have one party gone post constitutional. we don't need a second one. weave need a constitutional recovery. there are a bunch of candidates on our side of the aisle who will do that. >> is that a wisconsin badger colored shirt you have on. >> i will admit that the badgers are getting better it's because they hired the old husker football cash in barry alvarez. congratulations. >> why is nebraska wear badger colors? >> i'm a packers fan but for college football it's great that wisconsin has tried to copy the husker model and y'all are doing the good job. >> not so bad being a packer fan. i will give you that thank you for coming, senator.
>> thanks for having me. >> what do people think about last night's debate? were they 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. it's what you do. >>what took you so long? if you want to save fifteen percent or more on car insurance, you switch to geico. it's what you do. >>you did it, yay!
three days until the caucus, with that did any of the candidates shine to iowans. bill, you can give me the pulse on the ground since i'm enormously suspicious, always, of polls? >> you should be suspicious. the polls right now are still showing what they have been showing for months. but the thing to remember is
that iowans decide notoriously late. i spent the day in western iowa talking with voters after last night's debate. they are still undecided. they have certain leanings. they have not yet made up their mind and they are not going to. probably until monday morning. even then reluctantly. >> when you say undecided. is it that they come into this undecided or did last night make them undecided? >> you know, iowans are stubborn people and that's what make these caucuses so great. you are not going to force them to come down and make their public declaration a minute sooner than they have to. last night raised a lot of questions, especially when it comes to social issues. but none were fatal. i mean, these debates are clarifying not so much in who they were going to come out and support, but who they weren't ever goingiv consider. >> did you talk to any people that thought, wow, i finally after last night now i have my candidate and it is so and so?
>> i wish that were the case. everyone watched the debate. you guys did great. but no one -- they are still going to wait and they are going to talk to their neighbors monday morning. they will talk to their neighbors monday afternoon. they will sit around their kitchen table before they go to the cold church basements and high school gyms. they are going to wait until the absolute last last minute to come up with who deserves their support. >> phil, thank you. >> one thing on the mind of americans is terror. last night they went after national security and how to destroy isis. >> america is a better and safest place when. only with -- apolk lip particular group called isis. >> would need to bring together other sunni allies and develop a strategy together to take on isis every place that it is around the world. >> i will apologize to nobody for the vigorousness with which i will fight terrorism, go after isis,
hunt them down wherever they are and utterly and completely destroy isis. >> the caliphate of isis has to be destroyed, which means we need to arm directly the kurds. embed our troops with the iraqi military. reengage with the sunni tribal lawyers. get the lawyers off the damn backs of the military once and for all. >> they want to bomb isis and assad same simultaneously. i think that's a really really bad idea. i have said for several years that arming the allies of isis will make the situation worse. >> the "on the record" political panel is back. john, it seems to me that with the exception of senator rand paul, that it's really sort of hard to distinguish the other republicans' views on how to destroy isis and what do do. am i right or wrong? >> it is hard. the candidates have this moved on this issue as things are changed on the ground. senator cruz has been criticized for opposing ground troops. i think you saw marco rubio hit him for the right for
voting for rand paul's budget. i think donald trump, by not being there, for voters who are concerned about national security, that was a bad thing. i you talk to do people on the ground and undecided voters, one was 50/50 between ted cruz and donald trump. at a donald trump rally i just checked in with him yesterday he said i'm going for cruz i don't think as interesting and antiestablishment as donald trump is ted cruz is much more presidential. >> rebecca? >> what was interesting to me on the topic of isis in this debate ted cruz did diverge a little bit from his challengers in that he still supports carpet bombing. >> we haven't done that#:;f=úz% >> we haven't. the reason we are not considering that for isis is because they are embedded in cities. they are not just out in the open for us to carpet bomb. >> i don't think he used that term last night though. he used that term last night. >> he continues to use that term. it's interesting. i understand from a messaging standpoint why he would want to, it projects strength. it sounds like a very strong
military strategy that you could use. i think many of his opponents would say it's not realistic. >> what about donald trump's stance on isis? do you think it made any difference. >> i -- donalde the details of foreign policy. much in the way of someone like ben carson when he was asked about russia called it a once horse country. we did see more substantial debate than maybe we would have with donald trump on that stage. >> of course donald trump says he doesn't want to tip his hand. he is not going to give details to the enemy how he is going to kill them. >> he said back in september donald trump said why are we fighting isis in syria? now you know after isis has terror attacks he said we should bomb the heck out of them. he used a stronger word than that that i won't use on tv. by being there donald trump may have helped himself. i think his hope was to run out the clock. it might have been more ofw"d prevent defense. fade back and let the other
candidates have a chance to advance. that's the real question whether or not people wereynç unimpressed and thought it was unpresidential and petulant to skip the debate. >> are you suspicious? >> i'm suspicious. for the same reasons as everyone. it's all about ground game in iowa. i don't know if donald trump has the organization. >> and weather, too. i think millennials, i'm just guessing are less inclined if the weather gets tough. maybe because when i was a millennial it might have aivettled me. thank you both. >> the search for three dangerous fugitives on the rub. that's next. plus a dangerous virus is rapidly spreading throughout the united states. the head of the center for disease control is straight ahead. i am totally blind. i lost my sight in afghanistan.
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him a google earth image showing him the roof of the jail. the english teacher claims she did not provide any tools but somehow the trio cut through four layers of steel, metal, and rebar. got to the roof, and used a bed sheet rope to repel down the side. authorities believe the escapees had help getting out and staying out. police are scouring hotels in l.a.'s little saigon looking for the fugitives as well as the missing van. greta? >> trace, thank you. and breaking right now, president obama spending his friday night calling the president of brazil about the dangerous zika virus. it is quickly spreading across the united states and the western hemisphere. more than 30 people across the united states across 11 states and washington, d.c. diagnosed with zika. how dangerous? how contagious? and do you need to be worried. director of the disease control doctor greedman goes "on the record." good evening, sir.
should we all be worried or not. >> we should all not be worried. let's be really clear. zika is a virus it's spread by mosquitoes and spread only by a particular type of mosquito. right now it's spreading in south america, in the caribbean, central america. we see travelers people coming back to the u.s. who have been in places with zika. that's who we are diagnosing in the in the u.s. if you go to it a place where mosquitoes spread zika, you have to use mosquito repellent. pregnant women should not go to a country where zika is spreading. >> what are the symptoms? is there a cure and if you are -- third question, pregnant woman why are you the biggest target? >> so, four out of five people who have zika don't have any symptoms at all. usually it's he very mild, rash, fever, again, it's only spreading in south america, central america, parts of the caribbean and pacific. and we're concerned about pregnant women because just
in recent months brazil has reported a rare fetal mall formation called+4ke÷wçç microcephlar children born with small heads. very severe birth connect. appears to be relate to do zika. there is a lot we don't know about it we have disease detectives on the ground in brazil and puerto rico, studying, preparing, learning more so we can protect americans better. >> all right. as i understand, the only way you can get it from the mosquito and you vlgd to be in the climate where they have the mosquitoes right now. traveling to brazil and other places. they travel to the united states. which is why we see them in the united states. you can't catch it from another human being, right? >> there are very rare case reports of spread from a blood transfusion or sexual contact. but virtually almost all the zika is spread by mosquito. when you have it in your blood, you just have it in your blood for a week. unlike some other conditions where you can carry it for a long time, that doesn't
appear to be the case with zika. but, pregnant women are susceptible, testimony as, to getting infection and passing that to their child or for some reason in utero development is interfered with and the child is born withxazíkñç microcephla. the one group of people concerned about are women pregnant and thinking of traveling to a place that has zekeca. you shouldn't go. >> older people who might have -- older people might have like -- might be more susceptible of having it cause greater life threatening things. younger healthy people don't have to worry. >> it's just pregnant women we are concerned with right now. there may be other complications but concern is for pregnant women. use mosquito repellant, long sleeves, use clothes that repel and stay inside if possible are in airconditioning, that reduces your chances of
infected by mosquito. >> the mosquitoes don't travel far but they do travel in people. we are seeing it around latin america. these mosquitoes are only present in a few places in florida and. come, they have been very few cases. to give you an example. of the two viruses that are most like zika spread by the same 2 million cases in latin america and there were 19 cases in florida. so, -- it can happen here. it does spread explosively in other parts of the world. >> dr. frieden thank you very much. very helpful. thank you very much, sir. >> thank you. >> catherine herridge has been reading the just released secretary clinton emails.%@!@&c0xltqit(u$efi how do i know i'm getting the best price on this? we'll match any competitors price. what about this? price match guarantee. and this? yep! so no monkey business, no tomfoolery? oh, we do have tom foolery, tom.
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this is a floater. brand new hillary clinton emails released within the hour. fox news chief intelligence correspondent catherine herridge has been reviewing these released documents. what did we learn. >> 909 documents were released within the last hour. when you do a search with the classified coding, which is b.-1. you get 242 hits. so there are 242 emails with classified information. this takes us almost to 1600 in the clinton files. do we know what's in these b 1-242? >> that's blacked out fully redacted. >> classified emails that were on her server. >> that's right. >> now too we have the 22 emails? >>. no. >> that's not included there. >> no. take the number of about 1600. >> 1580. >> and the 22 being withheld in full, which means they
will never be seen by the public. they will never be on the state department web sight. they will not be released under any circumstances in any form. "g2ó?ç/iptrtv3[oi' it's overclassification run amuck she wants them released. could they be saying that because they know they will never get out? >> that statement shows a total lack of understanding what the regulations and processes are. they can say it's over classified. at the end of the day, the only agency that has the final say is the agency that generated the information. so the state department request have an argument with the cia or dia,. >> they don't get to make the rules. >> someone says it's the court says you are divorced and you can stand outside the court as much as you want and argue you are not divorced. >> you are not divorced. >> but the court doesn't care. >> catherine, thank you. >> you are welcome. >> let's go back to iowa. griff jenkins how about out on the trail getting a look
at the ground game. griff? >> greta, it's all about that ground game. if you had any doubts, ask governor huckabee as i did earlier today. he said it made all the difference. david axlerod president obama's campaign manager said they wouldn't have won without it in 2008. we were at governor headquarters. we found they really are still undecide and changing their minds when we spoke to this voter earlier today. >> i was pretty much for trump up until last week. he seems too volatile for me. >> who mass the best ground game? that is what we are trying to determine, greta are, when you were out here on sunday. and we have that great special. at the same time, 7:00 p.m. eastern. tomorrow we are going out with the rubio campaign. some of the others and it is
absolutely changing by the mean. we can't wait to show everybody on sunday. >> sundalz3á p.m.:00t our special edition of "on the record" live from iowa. coming up next, do you know what today is? well, it might make you cry when you find out. but i'm going to tell you off the record. since phil started taking osteo bi-flex, he's noticing a real difference in his joint comfort. as well as heightened levels of abject humiliation in his son. in just 7 days, your joint comfort can be your kid's discomfort. osteo bi-flex. made to move.
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and bethesda naval where for for weeks he was in medically induced coma. his wife, his champion always at hiso5fí= side. like so many military families know, it was tough. but bob survived and today, in honor of the 10 year anniversary, lee posted a picture of bob's boots from that day. still withaçwvç a little iraqi sand and traces of blood. she includes about his alive day. i put it on my facebook page. the letter if you read it will bring to you tears. more than that, this is what i want you to know. this is why i admire lee and bob both so much. after this life threatening injury, and life-changing. they combined their determination and their big hearts and they created the bob woodruff foundation which is devoted to helping injured veterans and their families. they are an incredible couple. and bob, yes, happy alive day. and that's my off-the-record comment tonight. live twitter voter results
on your screen right now. did the debate change your mind? 77% say no. 23% say yes. remember, sunday night welcome to "red eye." i'm tom shillue. let's check in with tv's andy levy to see what stories we will be discussing this evening. andy? >> coming up on the big show fox news wraps on another fine gop debate. we'll try to figure out why there is more substance at this one. and bernie sanders' doctor reveals the candidate has been treated for the disease of kings. i wish him luck recovering from the he mow feel yaw. and an algorithm that rates your hotness. how it will spin the results. >> and let's welcome our guest. i can see you are thirsty. i have this tal