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hi, everyone. it's a big morning. sunday the 31st of january, 2016. i'm anna kooiman. one day to caucus time. the final frantic push to iowa and the presidential candidates hit the campaign trial in a last minute effort to shore up support in the first of the nation voting gets under way. and spelling trouble for hillary clinton. yep, can bernie sanders pull off the upset in iowa? then we're talking iowa today. but do americans really even know where iowa is? it's out that way somewhere.
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>> know a lot about iowa? >> i have been watching. >> where is it? >> i would not have a clue. >> he does not have a clue. i hit the streets of new york city for a hawk eye state version of duce on the loose. live from new york city and iowa, this is "fox & friends" for sunday. >> last minute of the campaign this is where desperation kicks in. >> we've got to get it going. we have to support president obama and our country. >> this is alice in wonderland and hillary clinton wants to down down. >> we will go on to win in 2016 and beat hillary clinton and
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turn this country around. >> he was a canadian citizen until 15 months ago. >> i believe that democracy is one person, one vote. not billionaire financed elections. >> we don't need a socialist as president of the united states. >> do not suddenly think it's monday morning and -- >> you're not late for work. >> no. it's the special edition of "fox & friends" live from new york city and iowa as well. >> yes. >> good morning. >> good morning, welcome to the weekend, gentlemen. >> this is every day for you, but of course not every day we get an iowa caucus coverage like this. i don't remember a time when more people are talking about what is happening on the right and left and lead up to this day than this year at this time. i think it's because you have a president that's done. you have -- you're going to have a new president coming in and both sides feel as though they have a legitimate shot. >> people are ready for change.
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>> absolutely. we'll get to the breaking news in iowa. the final poll before the caucuses just released showing where each candidate ranks with just one day to go. >> everyone is looking at this poll and waiting for it. peter doocy has more from des moines. hey, peter. >> hey, brian, it is the new "des moines register" poll out. you have to pay attention to what it says because the pollster ann sell zer has correctly called every winner with one exception, rick santorum in 2012. so it looks like this. donald trump on top with 28%. ted cruz five points back, 23%. then rubio seen by many having a lot of momentum after a strong thursday debate at 15%. ben carson is the only other one in double digits at 10%. this is a caucus, votes are not cast in a traditional way. iowans are often changing their
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minds so if you're not someone's first choice it helps to be their second and marco rubio is the most popular second choice. if their candidate isn't viable, they will back rubio. the 7% say trump is their second choice, 17% say cruz is their second choice. on the democratic side though, the race is even closer. clinton 45%, sanders, 42. her lead within the margin of error. keep an eye on martin o'malley. 3% support, not enough to cat aput him in -- catapult him to victory tomorrow night, but the backers may line up with the second choice which is what happens if a candidate can't scrape together at least 15% of the people there and that means the o'malley people can change the game tomorrow. back to you in new york. >> thank you very much. the reason the o'malley people would impact is in the way that
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the democrats set up the republicans vote in secret ballots. but on the democratic side, okay, everyone for martin o'malley over in that corner, everybody for hillary clinton over there. and if they don't make 15% over in the o'malley corner, they say, okay, o'malley, go find a new team. this 3% could swing it. >> there's why o'malley getting a lot of differential treatment from both candidates. they hope he get 3%, as little support as he has, and throws it behind one or the other. it's my privilege to bring in a guy, who is located in des moines, iowa, it's tucker carlson. how pumped are you not only to get this started but to start analyzing and going through here we are with the candidates and their final lap? >> we have waited a year for it. there's never been an election like this in my lifetime. it is all about trump and
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sanders. if either one of those guys wins, you'll see an earthquake in the candidates' party. if they lose, you'll see a collective sigh of relief from washington, from the parties themselves and you will see massive infusion of cash and momentum to their challengers, to hillary clinton and to i would guess rubio and cruz. but i mean in the case of trump, he's been up all month. if he loses tomorrow night, he's going to be i think dramatically weakened. i think it affects the subsequent contests. voting affects voting in the future. this guy looks like a winner or he doesn't. >> let's talk about this. ted cruz according to the latest poll, he has gone down 8% since early in december. tucker, yesterday, the secretary of state in iowa chastised the cruz campaign because they sent out a mailer they said was in violation of the spirit of the law. it said across the top in big
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letters, voting violation, it said voters were receiving a notice because lower voted -- voter expectation in your area. essentially what it said, you haven't voted in the past, now is the time to get going. ted cruz addressed it last night. he said this in sioux city. listen to this. >> listen, matt shultzs is a former secretary of state, the chairman of our campaign, put out a public statement saying these mailers are routine. that the iowa republican party has done so in the past in past elections and i will apologize to nobody for using every tool we can to encourage iowa voters to come out and vote. >> tucker, was this a fair play? >> well, i think it's shameless and over the top and pretty funny. is it effective? they have social science that suggests that voters can be shamed into voting. among journalists it's been a joke for the last year -- pretty light hearted one, cruz's fund-raising e-mails which are very, very clever and tricky and
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stealthy. the headlines like i'm out. you open it up. and the open rate is really high. this is of a piece with this kind of amazing fund-raising operation. over the top fund-raising operation. >> here's the risk, i think, tucker, is that in it, they have information your neighbors will know how you did and you want to improve your score. so if you are motivated to go, you might be able toage -- might be agitated that ted cruz is calling you out. you might be motivated but agitated. >> also terrified. ted cruz is watching you. keeping track of your voting patterns no, i know. it's hard to see how this breaks the law. i guess you see it as ominous or as clever. >> well, secretary of state says they do not distribute the voting records at all. they're available for political purposes only. so it's not like neighbors are going to be spying on neighbors with. this. >> big brother is watching. >> they're sophisticated.
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cruz has a folksy affect on the stump, but behind the scenes there are sophisticated people looking at the numbers. >> we noticed yesterday his ad buying has shifted and he's hammering senator marco rubio on immigration and calling him the republican obama. >> look at that. >> it shows you how things are changing -- it shows you that he fears rubio's surge and rubio is surging at the end. >> all right. tucker, let's switch over to the democratic side of the aisle. in the latest poll, of likely democratic caucusgoers in iowa, clinton at 45%, and 42% for sanders. and martin o'malley at 3%. and so they'll split the difference. >> because of the e-mail scandal, not enough attention has been paid to this bernie sanders insurgency. i can tell you here, des moines is crawling with people from washington, democrats over 40, who are tied to the clinton family, to the clinton machine
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who are here last minute at their open expense. these are like lawyer, high level people who have come to volunteer for iowa. >> is that out of fear? >> totally, it's a sense of panic, are you kidding? if they lose iowa, they're going to lose new hampshire. that doesn't happen very often and that's a sign of weaks than will incite others they believe to get others tone the race. they're desperate to win this. >> the better it is for bernie sanders, is that how you want to win, keep people at home. this is the most stunning news that could depress many people. people are asked are you okay with a socialist? right now are you okay with a presidential candidate who describes themselves as socialist? 68% say yes, 25% don't, 7% aren't sure. don't run from the socialism label. >> socialists murdered more people than any other regimes in
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the history of man in the 20th century. we seem to have forgotten that. and by the way, 17% of republicans according to a gallup poll said they'll be okay with a socialist president which is kind of mind-boggling. >> we'll spend ourselves broke. people aren't studying economics 101. >> but they get free stuff. tucker, stand by. because we know they'll be bringing out the breakfast buffet there in downtown des moines shortly. >> i'll be there as always. >> on the corn muffins. >> we have some news. >> yeah. isis has a brand new video, threatening a strike deadlier than the 9/11 attacks. it features a man with long hair who appears to be white, and talks about a quote that will make them forget about september 11th and the paris massacre and suggests that spain may be the top target. this comes as the pentagon asks for more troops. and 3,700 american troops already on the ground there. a biker brawl takes a deadly
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turn in colorado. one person is dead and at least nine others hurt after a gun and knife battle broke out at a motorcycle expo in denver. three of those injured are in critical condition at this hour. witnesses say rival gangs started fighting in a stairwell and minutes later gunfire rang out. police suspect more than one attacker and so far have not made any arrests. and on the run no more. the final two inmates who escaped from a california jail back behind bars this morning. hossein nayeri was arrested. a stolen white van was spotted, nayeri tried to run, and he was caught. bac duong on the left turned himself in to santa ana
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authorities on friday. now they're focussed on how they were able to break out. that's your headlines. meanwhile, coming up on a sunday morning, give me a "v" for victory. a huge update in the court battle to keep bible verses off of cheerleaders' banners. one of the cheerleaders joins us live. a brand-new bombshell in the hillary clinton e-mail scandal. is this the batch that dooms her campaign or is it more of the same? a fair and balanced debate next. ♪ there's no one road out there. no one surface... no one speed... no one way of driving on each and every road. but there is one car that can conquer them all. the mercedes-benz c-class. five driving modes let you customize the steering,
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e-mail marked classified. i take classified information very seriously. i'm not concerned because it's the same story that has been going on for months now. and i just don't think most people are as concerned about that as they are about what we're going to do to get the economy going. >> well, hillary clinton doesn't see her top secret e-mail as a cause for concern with voters but could the latest batch of e-mails retrieved from her home server including with 22 with information too classified to be made public be the last straw? we have our former romney deputy campaign manager katie packer. jessica tarloff. good morning. >> good morning. >> katie, let's start with you. does it look to you as if the administration is throwing hillary under the bus because they are confirming that there were super top secrets on that home brew equipment she had? >> well, you know, you have to
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remember that this information is very worried about their own legacy and she, you know, was their secretary of state. so they have to own her behavior. if they think she's done something wrong, i think it behooves protecting the legacy of the president to be open about it. but she's got real trouble here. it's coming a a very bad time for her. >> jessica, she does have trouble now, doesn't she? >> she definitely does, but we haven't seen it hurting her poll numbers which is interesting. she still has an edge on sanders but was know for instance 83% of her voters are officially committed to her, while only 69% of sanders' voters. and last week in the abc/"washington post" poll she won on every single issue except for regulating banks and honesty and trustworthy. bu that's not translating in a drop for her among the democrats. to katie's point about the fact that the obama administration needs to protect their legacy, we saw last week that obama gave
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an interview with glenn thrush where he all but endorsed her, and didn't hurt national security. i don't know if this is a step that they know an indictment isn't coming. >> what if the intelligence community is able to prove that because she was hacked and pretty much everybody knows she was hacked, if she was hacked, agents in the field died. does that change it? >> absolutely. i think she's already got the specter of benghazi hanging over her. and for a secretary of state to behave so recklessly and she said she knew the difference between a classified and a nonclassified e-mail, she can identify that. she said it's not marked classified so it's not my fault. she's a pro at blaming other people and even democratic voters are growing tired of it. that's why they're feeling the
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bern. >> they are feeling the bern, according to the latest des moines register poll, where they're neck and neck. jessica, the final word? >> i think that hillary clinton should have owned up to this being a mistake from the get go. i don't like that she did it out of convenience, it was a mistake. but i don't think it will bring her down. we see that democratic voters were changing her about her benghazi testimony. i think we can move past it. new hampshire, i'm not sure about that, but i think she's moving forward and she's in good position considering what's gone on. >> i don't think the families who lost loved ones in benghazi were cheering. >> i don't either. but i was surprised to see. >> i partisan, it's that season. >> it is that season. thank you both for joining us. >> thank you. all right. 20 minutes after the top of the hour. on a sunday coming up, the military wraps up the investigation into david
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petraeus. what they decided. a court rules cheerleaders can use bible verses on their banners. one of those happy cheerleaders joins us live, coming up. i sure had a lot on my mind when i got out of the hospital after a dvt blood clot.
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all right. some international news. these are brought to you in english. china strongly condemning the u.s. after a ship cruised by an island. china claims they were not notified before hand, but the u.s. has conducted operations like this for decades and turkey is accusing russia of violating
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the air space again. this can lead to serious consequences. the tensions have been high since november when turkey shot down a russian jet for cross over to their territory. and the texas supreme court is unanimously ruling that banners with biblical words of encouragement can be recognized as private speech protected under the first amendment. joining us now is ashton lawrence and the lawyer for the case. thank you and good morning to you. >> thank you, thank you for having us. >> we have been following this for a couple of years. a victory has to taste so sweet. ashton, you're graduated and in college, but this kept you and your squad together. when you got the news from the supreme court what's going to
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your mind? >> oh, it was amazing news to finally hear. great news for me and the other cheerleaders and for all students in the u.s. >> well, tell us back in 2012 if you can, how this started as words of encouragement rather than pounding on the enemy with banners. >> right. so that summer, we had a cheerleading camp like normal. we decided to put out a more positive message and we decided on scriptures. it wasn't a big deal to us, but it quickly became a big deal when we had operation. and it grew from there. >> and i understand it grew out of one complaint and what happened? >> well, the superintendent decided to say you can't have bible banners on -- or bible verses on the banners anymore. they shut it down. that's why we had to represent the cheerleaders and sued to vindicate their rights. >> right. well, initially they were allowed to carry the banners, but it was under a different stipulation and you had to keep fighting. what was that? >> yeah.
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we won a temporary order requiring the school to allow the bible banners. the case as continued on for a number of years. we don't know why the school district has continued to fight and appeal the order that ruled in our favor for the cheerleaders, but, you know, you can keep one the case at liberty institu institute.org. we're thankful for this because we were assisted by senator cruz and paxton in filing support of the cheerleaders in this case. >> i know you're offering a big thank you to them for their support. ashton, would you encourage other students across the country -- we do stories like this all the time. you know, sometimes the school districts and sports teams, they just bow out and say, you know what, all right, we'll stop doing whatever it is we're doing. you were victorious, will you continue others to keep fighting? >> absolutely.
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that happens much too often that people give up. but they should continue fighting because we don't want to hand over these rights without even giving it a fair shot to keep them. >> finally, hiram as we go, is this something that will only pertain to bible verses to those fighting similar battles like decals on football helmets would it potentially pertain to that as well? >> i think this case has broad reaching ramifications. i think that the students should be able to have their private religious speech. the government shouldn't be censoring speech because of the viewpoint. >> i'm not sure this is the last time we'll be doing a story like this. but thank you for sharing your story this morning. >> thank you. 28 minutes after the hour on a sunday morning. makes you feel good as you wake up. coming up, we're one day away from the iowa caucuses so what's on the mind of the
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we should probably whisper because that's the interior of the embassy suites in downtown des moines which is ground zero for our coverage. one of those rooms is where tucker carlson spent the night. you want to point up to the room and show us which room you were in. >> it's right above me. i ran into martha maccallum in the lobby and she said i was so loud yesterday morning that i woke her up. >> what were you doing? moving furniture? >> no, i was sitting on the set barking about the presidential race. >> oh, down there. >> i know you like to run the staircases in your hotels, right? >> i did. i went for a run this morning at 2:30, yes! >> well, of course -- >> so i went -- >> go ahead. >> i went yesterday to go see the cruz people. there was a big cruz rally in ames half an hour from here. we kind of wandered through the crowd to talk to the cruz people and see what they were doing
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there. it was super interesting. here's part of what we saw. >> 48 hours to go before the voting begins here in iowa and a tight race at the top. one of those in it -- ted cruz. we came to the cruz rally half an hour outside of des moines and we waded into the crowd of cruzzers. are you for cruz? >> yes. >> i love it. >> you have been in iowa for more than a month. >> well, yeah. i think today is the 48th day. >> where are you staying? >> at camp cruz. >> what's camp cruz? >> it's an old dormitory at an old business college. >> going to caucus on monday? >> yes, i am. >> how complicated is it? >> not complicated at all. >> where are you from? >> wichita, kansas. came here specifically to try to hit as many rallies as i can. because i'm an independent. >> where are you on trump? >> no. >> bernie? >> bernie -- lofty ideas.
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sound good. but economically, it's not going to happen. >> what about jeb? >> bless his heart. [ laughter ] >> it's between cruz and trump and i like chris christie a lot too. >> yeah. >> if you had to bet on it, and you don't, but let's say you did, where would you put your money? >> i think i'm leaning towards cruz. >> think cruz will win? >> i don't know, i hope so. >> well -- >> i think you made your decision. >> i'm probably leaning more towards donald trump because i think i like the fact he's not a politician. >> what about cruz? >> i think he'll make a great president and i met his wife. she'll make a better first lady than bill clinton in the white house. >> sounds like some people are still shopping for a candidate out there, tucker. >> they are, my favorite line maybe i ever heard at line -- jeb bush, bless his heart. cruz by the way was a wandering
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all around, and his wife was talking to some many people. we talked to cruz, we caught him in the rally. he did a rally with glenn beck and we talked to him for a second. here is part of the conversation. >> i'm energized and invigorated. we're going 16 hours a day, seven days a week. >> what are you eating? >> it's the energy and passion, people are on fire. it's an unbelievable thing to be lifted up in intercessory prayer by thousands and thousands of people. every day i jump out of bed. >> what time? >> depends when we're hitting the road. i prefer it to be later, often it's earlier than i like. we're going to all 99 counties, we're in the low 90s, we're finish on monday. >> what's your favorite county? >> which ever one i'm in at the moment. tuck e it comes down to turnout, monday night, 7:00 p.m. in iowa. we are seeing the old reagan
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coalition coming together. and we're seeing the libertarians and reagan democrats coming together. if conservatives show up monday night, if we stand together, we're going to win. >> tucker, what kind of question is that, what's your favorite county? like -- >> where i was born. >> like asking who's your favorite child? >> well, i was trying to throw him off. >> no matter what you ask ted cruz he's always the same. that's not a criticism, just an observation. but he's super intense. he looks another you like this, he's totally sincere. i thought let's see if we can get ted cruz of a different taste. >> he answered like a true politician. didn't want to alienate the 99. >> the cruz operation figured out they have all the voters deciding between him and donald trump and where have they got the numbers, i'm not sure, but it shows the level of organization that they have.
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>> they have a lot of math majors over on the cruz team for sure. >> they do. >> they know everybody. >> we have tucker carlson live in the embassy suites and needs to lower her voice because martha needs her beauty rest. >> sorry about that. >> 37 minutes after the hour. one day to go before the caucuses and a looming blizzard set to hit the state on the groundhog day, could it affect the turnout? >> rick reichmuth is tracking the storm. >> if we were a six hour difference on the storm we'd have really huge impacts but i think we're just barely going to miss it. that doesn't mean if you have a blizzard baering down on your state you're not thinking, maybe i need to go to the store to get some eggs and milk or something. instead of going to caucus night. look at the maps. let me show you how this is playing out. you see the energy out across the west. that's a big storm today across the parts of southern california. and in towards the four corners.
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then get ready for a blizzard that will take effect tonight into tomorrow in places like denver and nebraska. this is the future radar. this is how the storm plays out. you see it spins across the four corners for monday. southwestern iowa starting to get a little bit of action. they're starting off as rain, maybe freezing rain. so if we have any impacts i think western iowa may be dealing with this. going towards around midnight we start to see that fill in with some snow. all of the media that descended on iowa you'll be stuck there because you have a blizzard in iowa. here's the forecast for iowa, temperatures nicer than average. roads should be okay. just the southwestern corner late into the night, problematic possibly. guys? >> thank you. just to be clear, if you don't get out monday night, there's a possibility tucker could be stuck in des moines until the spring thaw? >> maybe until marchish.
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>> that would be great. the food is terrific out there. >> i think all the media ought to car pool on a snow blower and go to new hampshire. >> next stop. and the residents in flint say the water filters are not working. the lead levels in some homes are ten times the federal limit, much too high for filtering. health officials say it could be months before the water there is safe to drink. meanwhile, elevated levels of lead have been detected in thousands of flint children. no demotion for retired army general david petraeus. the former cia director will face no further discipline an they consider the matter, quote closed. he pled guilty to misdemeanor charges for leaking information to a woman he was having an
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affair with. and president obama will visit a mosque on wednesday. the islamic society of baltimore has some ties to extremism in the muslim brotherhood. at 8:45, founder and president of the american islamic forum will be here to react. and johnny manziel is in trouble and johnny trouble is his name. i guess they're saying. the second year browns quarterback being investigated for possibly assaulting his ex-girlfriend in texas. police responded to the call but no arrests were made and no one was hurt. police had to use a held to locate him. in is the second time johnny football has been investigated after an argument with a girlfriend. those are your news headlines. >> a helicopter? where was he, out in the woods? >> had the spotlight out and everything. >> unbelievable.
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19 minutes before the top of the hour. another twist in the v.a. scandal. you have a director accused of stealing $130,000 and he got demoted and guess what, she got her job back. how does that happen? we are talking about iowa all morning long, but do you know where iowa even is? >> somewhere over here. >> somewhere in here. >> i will go with right here. >> close. >> close, but no cigar. a new edition of duce on the loose. i take prilosec otc each morning
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all right. you're not going to like this story. another shocking development in the expanding v.a. scandal. the former st. paul, minnesota, director kimberly graves who allegedly stole $130,000 in relocation expenses which is taxpayer money has been reinstated. this after she appealed her demotion. she'll likely get the $50,000 pay cut back from her paycheck. but there's no reason given why. join us is the vice president of concerned veterans for america, who does a lot of work on reforming the v.a. dan, this seems like a massive setback for the push to streamline things and get people accountable. >> it is. and it's important to know that this is actually the second time this has happened. she had her demotion reversed couple of months ago because the v.a. forgot to include paperwork in the case before the merit services protection board which is the group that reversed this
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demotion. what could have happened is that the v.a. could have bungled the case. >> so she had $130,000, it was supposed to be used for her relocating from philadelphia to st. paul. the v.a. didn't say this didn't happen, it turns out that we have evidence to the contrary, we know she moved up. we'll be responsible to the taxpayers to give her the lost wages. >> absolutely. then that's what the v.a. say. they call it an error in judgment. they refuse to call it misconduct. and this is a big reason why the v.a. is never going to get fixed with the current leadership. they can't acknowledge what real misconduct is. brian, i'm sure if you stole $130,000 from fox news you'd be thrown out the door face first. it is absurd. this is unfortunately the toxic culture that infects that institution. >> i find out too that diana reubens was also demoted and for allegedly pocketing $274,000 in
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her move from d.c. to philadelphia. who knew it would cost that much? and just wait for her to get her job back. >> it's very likely that she will get her job back because it's part of the same case. it's very likely that the v.a. didn't make a compelling case before the board or screwed up, didn't include the proper documentation. >> well, we'll follow up on it. dan caldwell, thanks so much. >> thank you, brian. coming up straight ahead, hillary clinton says don't worry about her e-mail scandal. it's just like benghazi. is it a good excuse? it might have democrats scratching their heads. we're talking iowa today, but do americans know where iowa is? >> right here? >> somewhere in here. >> i'll go with right here? >> hawkeye state edition of "dooce on the loose" today.
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so many people have been talking about the iowa caucuses for so long. tomorrow at 7:00 p.m., people actually start voting. but what do you actually know about the state i was born in? not much. here's "dooce on the loose." >> everyone is talking about iowa these days. >> yes. >> so you must know where it's at? >> of course. somewhere over here. somewhere in here. >> right here?
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>> they are the potato state. >> reporter: which item does not come from iowa? corn, ethanol, or captain crunch berries. >> crunch berries. >> captain crunch? >> reporter: think of another i state. >> potatoes. >> idaho. >> you say tomato i say tomato. whatever. >> reporter: iowa is the home of the largest what, corn, strawberry, fork or box of raisins. >> i'll go with corn. >> fork. >> strawberry. >> makes no sense. >> reporter: you feel you know a
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lot about iowa so far? >> where is it? >> i would not have a clue. >> reporter: stick your finger. i was born in iowa. i think we have some youtube video. listen to this. we don't have the video. just audio. one much these people once called iowa home. >> ronald reagan? >> reporter: yes that's right. >> reagan. >> reporter: that's right. >> this guy. >> reporter: that's right. he lived in davenport and as a lovely parting gift we'll give you a sofa. >> no way. >> reporter: you're right. two of these people lost the iowa caucus. >> the two bushs. >> reporter: hillary and her husband. >> okay. >> i don't know. i'm a ford not a lincoln.
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>> reporter: one person got 0% in the iowa caucus. >> mr. sharpton. i'll go with al sharpton. >> there's no real conflict. >> reporter: when you see al sharpton you think zero. >> yes, pretty much. we're from baltimore. >> reporter: is it true about the rain in spain? >> yes. >> reporter: does the rain in spain fall mainly on the plain. you know who is from iowa that guy. who is that? >> i don't know. >> reporter: does this help you? you're a professional journalist. draw what the state of iowa looks like. you're a fedex guy. you know where iowa is on the map. you absolutely positively have
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to be there. that's colorado. that's new mexico. that's kansas. that's wyoming. you already did that one. are you sure you work for fedex? >> that's why our christmas presents never made it. just kidding. >> all done by computer. by the way, the world's largest ear of corn is in the state of minnesota. why iowa has the world's largest strawberry, don't know. >> do you know why you shouldn't tell secrets in a corn field? too many ears. >> did you hear that joke a lot? >> anyway that's goose on the loose, the hawkeye edition. >> the last two california fugitives have been captured. the tip that helped police track them down. >> the caucus countdown is on. has iowa become less conservative this time around?
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we'll tell you about that. how that could affect the vote as our live caucus coverage continues from downtown des moines. >>
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>> i'm really not concerned because it's the same story that has been going on for months now. there's no there there. >> the first five questions were all about that e-mail scandal which doesn't matter and with crowds like this now showing up for bernie sanders rallies you have to wonder are democrats even buying that? think about that for a second because this morning she remains even on this sunday, better with friends. win the nomination and we'll go on to win in november 2016 and beat hillary clinton and turn this country around. >> we can't have the republicans go all the way. >> we are at a pivotal moment fighting to preserve the essence of american democracy. >> some of these emails say get
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ready for the kitchen sink. so you see deceitful things going on at the last minute. i'm not intimidated. >> hit me. i've been hit before. don't worry. >> ted cruz, who was not born on u.s. soil is the problem. it's a problem. he's going to have to solve. has to solve that problem. >> shame on donald trump. shame on the people that think that guy knows how to govern because that's not how you govern. this is america. >> bush is right. it is america. this is a sunday special edition of "fox & friends" live from the embassy suites in downtown des moines. >> if you were to believe some of what they are saying then 40% are still up in the air and leading to their second choice or first choice. they are wonder if that appearance getting up in front of 500 or 5,000 or 1,000.
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if you have 150,000 that could maximize on the right and 200 on the left. >> this could come down to voter turnout. we're talking about a blizzard that's on its way. >> whose idea was that. the final iowa poll before the caucuses are released showing a clear front-runner. peter doocy is in des moines right now with the results of the polls from the right and left. >> reporter: donald trump is back on top of the polls here in iowa in a crowded republican field he has 28% support in a brand new despoints bloomberg poll. cruz trails by five he has a 23%. rubio at 15, carson in 10. the most popular second choice among likely caucus goers marco rubio. 20% people polled in a state where people may not make up their minds until caucus night
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tomorrow night 7:00 central they like rubio second best. on the democratic side clinton is in the lead but barely. 45 to 42 lead over bernie sanders is within the margin of error. martin o'malley has 3%. probably not enough for a win. the way the caucus works if a candidate can't scrape together 15% in the caucus room aren't seen as viable and are court by the other candidates supporters. in a race where clinton leads by 3, mali having 3% could make a huge pierce. the pollster is almost always right. he's correctly predicted every winner in both parties since 1988 with one exception that was rick santorum last time and again she's calling for victory by trump and clinton tomorrow night. back to you in new york. >> i guess the prediction was it was a thoughtful process, mitt
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romney would get iowa and get momentum. by the end of the week it was santorum. >> in a squeaker. >> let's go out to tucker carlson. tucker, all the doocys are from iowa. i was talking to my cousin angie who is a nursing sioux city and she's one of the thousands of people who have not figured out who they will vote for. according to this "des moines register" thing, 9% have not made up their minds. the rest have. however 45% are persuadable. and explain, tucker, because you've been to the caucuses how people can be persuaded in the actual caucus room. >> reporter: well, this is the main difference between caucuses and primaries is that there's a point in the caucus where you stand with your neighbors and they make cases on behalf of the
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candidates they support. nobody goes into the voting booth and decides i came to vote for one person i'm voting for another. there's a significant percentage of people who are won over by those debates. that's why you see a big fluctuation. in the last one, rick santorum going in, the "des moines register" poll had him in third place and he won and that's because people changed their mind based on the persuasive powers of rick santorum supporters in the caucus. it's a really, really dynamic situation. that's why hillary clinton is concerned about this because if anybody can make the case it's bernie supporters. they mean it. they are not here because they are getting paid by hillary. these are true believers. >> it is quirky. very grassroots. about as grassroots as you can get. you would think these voters are highly informed too to be able
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to debate and prove their point. tucker, we're hearing reports that iowa may becoming less conservative. what your noticing while you're there. >> reporter: there's a national trend and the result of demographic change. it's profound here in iowa. it's a significantly different population than was here 30 years ago. same thing in new hampshire because of immigration. ton of people from massachusetts moved to new hampshire. immigration is the cause for it here. then there's also this populace moment. people are still mad about the financial collapse of 2008 and the bank bailout. attitudes have changed. basically when you see huge changes in voter attitudes you're looking at the results of demographic change. >> the benefit is more to trump than cruz, is that correct? >> reporter: overall demographic change in the paf 50 years benefitted democrats dramatically.
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you wouldn't have obama as president. this is a primary so only republicans are voting republican. i'm not sure what effect it would have. i think it's tougher for trump in a state like this because you have to stand up and say i'm for trump. we've seen a lot of trump voters or some percentage want to vote for him but don't necessarily want to talk about it. so i'm not sure that helps him here. >> ultimately when it's time to do the voting in the republican caucuses it's done by a secret ballot unlike the democrats where you stand in a room. democrats -- there were 4,000 of them in a room presumably democrat yesterday pre-caucus for bernie sanders. he has just really electrified folks out on the stump. his message of, you know, things are rigged. i'm going to washington, i'm going to unrig things. >> reporter: right. his message is not different from hillary. she shifted her message dramatically over to the left
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and sound more like him. he's considered by democratic voters sincere, authentic and democratic voters care about that. they want to vote for someone who believes what he says. he has a massive advantage. >> if you want a big band book a wand and a comedian if you want a big turn out tonight for dinner. hillary clinton did give up an interview yesterday not to you but to nbc news the first five questions were all about the e-mail scandal and what is there and not there. listen. >> i'm really not concerned because it's the same story that has been going on for months now and i just don't think most people are as concerned about that as they are about what we're going to do to get the economy going and how we're going to protect the affordable care act and everything i talk about in this campaign. that's what iowians and americans talk about. it's like benghazi. republicans will continue to
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attack. there's no there there. >> except we wouldn't know about the private e-mail server if it wasn't about the benghazi select committee. hillary clinton can say this but this is not a good headline playing in her favor when her trustworthy numbers are not what they should be. >> reporter: you have to give her credit of steely self-control. she puts up a good front. they are panicked about it. she's the subject of fbi investigation. there's no timetable. they tend to produce indictments. she knows that. she's been in washington for 30 years. very concerned and basically trying to reassure not just their voters but donors that things are not falling apart. as you just pointed out this, is showing up in her numbers not among republicans but democrats. they don't trust her. >> she has to put on a happy face. >> reporter: she's good at it. >> what time do they bring out the biscuits and gravy there?
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jail. >> where did they get the tools. do prison guards walk around with head sets. does anybody hear the banging and digging? >> 12 minutes after the hour. >> talk about a yahoo! oops, accidentally fired dozen of workers. why they got the pink slip by mistake. he's the iowa king maker, the last two candidates he supported in the caucus won the caucus. so what does he think with one day to go. he joins us from des moines.
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our next guest correctly predicted the two caucus winners. he had huckabee and rick santorum. this year he's throwing his analysis behind ted cruz. will he be right? the des moines register poll has trump on top. bob vander plat is here to weigh in. why do you believe that you are right and the register is wrong? >> well i just take a look at the ground game. i've never seen anything like this. the energy. the momentum. the enthusiasm. the turn out mechanism. cruz's campaign is exceptionally well run. he's a great candidate. people on the ground are mobilized for him. i look for ted cruz to be the victor on monday night. i think that poll was very good for ted cruz when you look at the underneath numbers.
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not only are a lot of people saying he's their first choice, people are saying he's their second choice. when he does a head-to-head match up with trump he beats them by 20 points. a lot of people going into that caucus will say who can stop trump. a lot of people don't want trump to be their number knominee. >> rubio's numbers have steadily gone up. do you back that surge? >> nothing to indicate there's a surge. there's a surge in the media for rubio but not a surge in the poll or on the ground. "the des moines register" has shown that. for four days he wasn't stagnanters declining. people are making a break from rubio to cruz. other candidates are moving to cruz. the reason is they think cruz is the one that can stop trump. on caucus night that's the argument that's going to be made. guys, who can defeat donald trump. if you want trump to be your
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nominee vote for trump or one of the other candidates. if you want cruz you got to get behind cruz. >> you are behind him. we know your voting record. get out there and vote and your neighbors know your voting record. the mailer shams people going to t to the polls. the attorney general wasn't happy about this. are you? >> i haven't seen the mailer. i heard about the mailer. >> do you have a monitor. >> i do have a monitor. >> that's what it looks like. >> i think what the cruz campaign is doing they are doing everything they can to get people out in the caucuses to participate. the former secretary of state matt schultz is on our campaign. he serves as iowa state chairman. when i asked him about the mailer he said this is one of the same things we did in 2014 for get out the vote for the governorship or the u.s. senate race. so right now i think it's end of the game politics a little bit but it's going to come down to turn out, who gets their people
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out and i think we'll get our people out. >> if donald trump does win the way he did it without being on the ground, sleeping at his home at night not working the back rooms and diners like past winners what does it say about the tactics? >> well we're in unchartered territory with donald trump. his tactics of how he campaigns in iowa is one thing. issues will do in donald trump. at the end of the day he's not a conservative we can trust. we want to go with a conservative we can trust. ted cruz. >> bob vander plaat thank you. we'll see if you're three for three. straight ahead you heard the freshman 15. there's a plan to keep college students from getting fat, tracking their every move. a big weekend at the box office. kung fu panda, a documentary. final hours, a big screen for either movie. kevin mccarthy goes to movies
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24 minutes after the hour. time for your news by the numbers. the iowa caucus edition. 99 counting total in the hawkeye state pop lated with more than 3.1 million people who can coast a vote. 1,061 precinct locations. and finally four, that's how many candidates have won iowa caucuses and went on to become president of the united states. they are ronald reagan, bill clinton, george w. bush and
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barack obama. >> no one has been lower than third. a big weekend at the box office that we're currently undergoing with movie goers flocking to see kung fu panda iii and the final hours. a -- and the finest hours. >> i'll pose that question to you. what did we see? >> reporter: on a sunday this is like the greatest thing ever. i talking to you on a sunday morning. kung fu panda iii opened this weekend. doing very well. currently going to be number one at the box office. this film i saw it yesterday i paid to see it. 22 bucks out here in los angeles. the film itself you're dealing with -- >> one ticket is $22? >> reporter: $22. in los angeles. but the movie itself deals with po fight super natural force and
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reunited with his father. i spoke to this cast about a dramatic entrance, great scene in the film where the panda wants to enter a moment, what song is perfect for a good dramatic entrance. check this out. >> kick it down. >> exactly. perfect entrance. >> little holy diver. stand up and shout. >> i sort of liked the thunder struck route. >> that's one of the greatest. >> i know it's a real sports song but when you hear that, i just want to -- i just want to enter. >> when we see you in a scene where you have all the dumplings in your mouth, when you have to voice that, do you put food in your mouth? >> it helps. you have to still be audible.
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so -- yeah. i did i shoved a bunch of food in my mouth. >> i gave the movie a four out of five. it's one of the better films in the franchise so far. i did enjoy. good comedy/action film. >> you have "the finest hour." what did you think? >> reporter: you asked me a great question on thursday when i reviewed the show. i gave it 3.5 out of five. it's about a daring rescue by the coast guard. you asked how they can film these moments. there's water and storms. i spoke to the two actors how that looked on set. there's some images here as well. check this out. >> part of the shots are in the boat, in the tank in boston. some of it is out on the actual water. a lot of it is green screen --
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we had two boats one that could dive us in and out of the water and then wind machines. >> dunk tanks. >> it wasn't as dangerous as being a real coast guard. we were in a blue room that was wet and chilly and cold but there was a coffee break. >> reporter: the movie "the finest hours" i gave it 3.5. 3-d makes it dark and murky so save your four bucks. >> kevin mccarthy live from l.a. >> if you go out with kevin you're paying because he's out 22 bucks. coming up how are voters responding to the latest bomb shell in the hillary clinton e-mail scandal. some so secret they can't released. we go live to des moines after the break. >> donald trump on the attack as ted cruz closes in. >> and he was canadian citizen until 15 months ago. how the hell can he run for
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by the way has to solve that problem. that's incredible. democrats are going sue. i mean he was born in canada. he was a canadian citizen until 15 months ago. how the hell can he run for president? >> the final polls came out this morning, bloomberg "des moines register" and donald trump is still in the poll position, five points over ted cruz. that's just 24 hours before the first votes and the 2016 presidential race are cast. wow. and then you see the lineup there. goes trump, cruz, rubio, huckabee, carly fiorina, santorum, jim gilmore. what does this all mean? is the rubio surge mean and what's happening on the democratic side? we have two perfect people to answer those questions for a fair and balance debate. "daily mail" correspondent and weekly standard senior writer. great to see you both. john, a lot of people would like rubio to do well especially people back in washington but
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people who don't see ted cruz and donald trump as viable options. they believe there's a rubio surge. is that surge real? >> i think he's definitely picking up. the idea he could come in first is hard to believe. rick santorum he was gaining rapidly in the final days of the campaign back in 2012. you don't see that with rubio. he picked up from 10% to 15%. it wouldn't surprise me if he ended up with 20. >> so this is a donald trump voter guide. we'll show our voters. i got this this morning. super p.a.c. pretty slick and interesting probably accurate series ever attacks on trump point being out his past position on issues. describing him essentially as a liberal. is this stuff working? >> look at that poll we just saw. a lot of this has been around. clearly not working. still first in iowa.
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people keep saying maybe ted cruz could surge late but maybe on caucus night he could overcome trump. if you look at that poll it's consistent with polling we've seen for months. it's the kind of polling we've seen for weeks. the idea he'll come on caucus night and beat trump i'm not convinced. i think trump is more organized in iowa than people give him credit for. >> he has the guy who ran santorum's campaign. are rereawe ready for what this means. we then go to new hampshire and south carolina. he's up in all of those states. this is an earthquake. it will redefine the republican party for a generation. am i overstating that? >> i think so. you got to let -- there's a lot of baseball left to play. on monday donald trump, he'll have eight delegates, ted cruz will have seven, marco rubio will have five. the question can donald trump
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get to 50% of the delegates. if you look at these polls, ted cruz could win by 18 points. trump has got his supporters taking advantage of that. the question is, does trump gain momentum as other candidates have traditionally in the past. i think he does. i don't know how much. that momentum is based on media coverage. and trump is already at media saturat saturatation levels. >> it's not happening on the conservative side but on the democratic side. bernie sanders written. off as a boutique candidate. all of a sudden within striking distance of hillary. she's never won here. does they have a shot tomorrow? >> i think so. i've been spending a lot of time with hillary clinton and bernie sanders. you can feel within the room when you talk to his people they are with him. you talk to a lot of young people supporting him they say
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they don't like clinton. they feel she's bought and paid for by sack sack. when you talk to people supporting her they are able to say i like her, i think she has spirit but his supporters are able to pointedly say exactly what is it they like about him and why he should be president. he could turn out a lot of people on caucus night. >> every person i met in iowa have a lot to gain. nobody who is supporting from bernie has nothing to gain which tells you a lot. and back to new york. >> thanks so much. 37 minutes after the hour. >> who knew until that report bernie sanders was number one with starbucks baristas. >> i had no idea. >> so we're going to start with this headline. eight months since the deadly derailment in philadelphia.
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new reports are set to be released tomorrow. first major development since ntsb pointed to excessive speed. the train was going more than 100 miles per hour as it approached a curve with a speed limit of 50. eight people were killed and more than 200 were injured. the fbi negotiating with the final four hold out at a wildlife refuge in burns, oregon. but there's defiance within the encampment. listen. >> we don't stand up, then why did she come here in the first place. >> militia numbers posting live stream insisting they will stay put despite the leader ammon bundy pleading for them to stand down. a university in oklahoma is
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taking the fight against the freshman 15 to a whole new level. they are now requiring all incoming students to wear fitness trackers. oral roberts university say they must wear fit bits and their fitness will be tracked like their grades. students must walk 10,000 steps each day. >> or else. >> now, a big mix up over at yahoo!. the "new york post" has reported dozens of employees were given the axe by mistake. ceo had 30 people accidentally fired. yahoo! told the "post" the story is a nasty rumor and nobody lost their job. >> it's the same system they use in high school basketball who find out who is cut or not. they are going to release the names who are cut. how humiliating is that?
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>> just one day to go before the iowa caucuses a looming blizzard set to whip the central plains. could it impact turnout? we're tracking the storm from outside our world headquarters here in the heart of midtown manhattan. >> if this was six hours later it would have big impacts. the timing of this one the way it looks we'll be mostly okay. mostly. i'll explain this to you. you see this big storm out across the west a lot of rain and snow in california. great news. southern california getting in on the action. today very windy. any where you see the pink we have winter storm warnings. this green is the problematic spot at least for iowa. that's a blizzard watch that's in effect but it is in effect for tuesday and we got caucuses tomorrow. take a look what happens tomorrow. we'll put this in motion. get a little timeline. temperatures above average. no precipitation. it remains diet. 6:00, 7:00 tomorrow night in the
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southwestern corner of iowa we start to see the precipitation move in and by 10:00 some snow. by midnight it spread further in and tuesday big problems there for much of the state. just quickly show you the temperatures. today the last minute campaigning out there is looking good. tomorrow. but brian if you're still stuck there on wednesday you better pack a big coat. look at the temperatures. it's going to be chilly. >> and boots. >> i don't know what's going to happen because if i stay tuesday i'm really committed for the week. >> you are. if you stay all day monday you're committed to wednesday at least. there you go. you're not getting out on tuesday. >> might rent a car. >> with an eye on the sky. straight ahead, some of hillary clinton's e-mail apparently so secret the state department will never release them to the public. how will this impact the fbi's investigation? a former assistant director of the fbi has some thoughts. all the candidate pulling
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just one day before voters in the state of iowa head to caucuses hick telling her supporters don't worry about that e-mail scandal it's just like benghazi. >> i'm really not concerned because it's the same story that has been going on for months now. and i just don't think most
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people are as concerned about that as they are about what we're going to do get the economy going and how we're going to protect the affordable care act and everything i talk about in this campaign because that's what iowans and americans talk to me about. >> what's next in the fbi earn mail investigation. weighing in is former assistant director of the fbi. ron, there's hillary talking about how the intel community won't let the state department release any part of 22 memos because they are so top secret it would be bad for our agents out in the field. according to the people you know at the fbi and what you're hearing right now what's the status of this case against her? >> my concern here is that we're not hearing about the prosecutor support that the fbi needs to pursue this investigation vigorously. that would typical include prosecutor or prosecutors from the u.s. attorney's office that have the authority to issue
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federal grand jury subpoenas, compel witnesses into grand jury, witnesses going into testify, having immunity discussions with people around hillary who might have been complicit in the same scheme, offering immunity in exchange for their testimony. we're not hearing enough of that. >> they are not stonewalling but they could be slow rolling this, couldn't they? >> yeah. i have not heard the term stonewalling in this case, but the lack of activity that suggest as prosecutor is involved, the lack of comments from defense attorneys saying i'm representing staffer so-and-so and we're seeking immunity for that staffer, that concerns me and it suggests that the fbi is doing everything it can without that legal authority that a grand jury subpoena gives you. >> let me ask you this. how does this story change at the doj and with the fbi if it
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is revealed that, you know, it was an unsecured server, obviously it got hacked. everybody figures it got hacked. what if they are able to prove the intel community a certain number of our agents out in the field were killed because of this. how does that change things? >> i think it would change it dramatically because then you would see what the back end of a serious security lapse like this poses. i think that would change things in the white house. now we're hearing this kind of creeping admitting just coming out of state department until very recently with these top secret emails, we have heard the state department spokesman defend, defend, defend and now that's starting to change. how complicit is the white house in this? how many emails did white house, see how vulnerable do they feel in this investigation. i think we're going to see that change over time. >> sure.
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we do know the tractor-trailer apparently emailed hillary 18 times although he claimed he heard about it in the media. ron, thank you very much for lending your expertise today. >> great to be with you. it's 11 minutes before the top of the hour. on this sunday we still have a big program straight ahead. rand paul will join us, mike huckabee, ben carson will join us live. the candidate pulling out all the punches ahead of the caucuses. >> what does trump think about iowa? >> how stupid are the people of iowa. >> donald trump new york values not ours. >> frank luntz runs some ads in iowa. what if one piece of kale could protect you from diabetes? what if one sit-up could prevent heart disease?
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the caucus countdown is on. i don't know if you've heard. we're talking hours now with iowans casting the first vote of 2016. >> the candidates are pulling every political punch. reportedly more than $70 million has been spent on ads in the hawkeye state. >> which ads could successfully sway their opinion? joining us is pollster frank luntz. >> good morning. i want my piece of that $70 million. everybody is watching the debates and this is the one place both iowa and new hampshire, these are very sophisticated voters. they know exactly what they want. most of this advertising doesn't really work. i pick three ads for you that are absolutely cutting through the clutter. >> the first one is a pro cruz
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ad and makes you feel secure perhaps. let's listen. ten american sailors captured by iran and humiliated on video. when they were released, the white house said thank you to iran. president obama, how about our troops? if i'm elected president, no serviceman or women be will be forced on their knees. i will have your back. >> i'm ted cruz and i approve this message. >> does it work? >> no american -- no american ever wants to see our men and women in uniform on their knees, so the visual is powerful. then you got ted cruz speaking on the fox business debate saying i'll have your back, the right words, the right visuals, the right message, national security a very positive, very effective ad. >> here's another one. pro rubio ad, eight years. watch. >> i believe you can't have a
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strong america without strong families. i believe in the fundamental freedoms that make us great and i believe in god. that god has blessed america. i'm marco rubio. i approved this message because it's time for a president who will put their left hand on the bible and the right hand in the air and keep their promise to uphold the constitution. it's been eight years since we've had a president willing to do that. i will. >> do you see the difference between those two? cruz is in your face. rubio is much calmer, more laid back. rubio is going after the christian conservative vote. i think it will work as well. >> number three. this is actually a radio ad airing in iowa. let's listen. >> conservatives are rallying behind donald trump for president. they know he's not beholding to the lob i didn'tists, donors and political insiders. donald trump has the experience of creating jobs and making deals. as president, we will make the
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deals that will bring jobs and security back to the united states. he will secure the borders and stop illegal immigration. he will take care of our veterans and make our military strong. he will make maybe sure your second amendment and religious liberties are protected. >> hit a lot of issues. >> it's the buffet, laundry list. trump has spent a lot less money on advertising. every poll shows him leading. that may be the reason why ads are less effective this election cycle as well. a lot of free media as well. thanks for joining us the day before the caucus. the best in the business. coming up, rand paul, mike huckabee, dr. ben carson, candidates hoping for a big showing on monday night to keep their campaign thriving. we're live in iowa. tucker carlson is there. we'll have more from the ground.
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astrazeneca may be able to help. good morning, everyone. it's sunday the 31st of january, 2016. i'm anna kooiman. the road to the white house starts in the hawkeye state. we have live team coverage of the last-minute push by the gop candidates to get as much support as possible before voting gets under way. and on the democratic side, major trouble for hishlingt. -- hillary clinton. what are the odds that bs can -- bernie sanders can pull off an upset like barack obama did? >> if you want to cast your vote, head to a bar with a high "v." live from new york city and des moines, the capital of iowa,
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this is "fox & friends" on sunday. ♪ this is the last minute of the campaign. this is where desperation kicks in. >> we've got to keep the progress going. we've got to support president obama. this is alice in wonderful foreign policy. hillary clinton wants to double down. i will do the honors. we will win the nomination and we will go on to win november 2016 and beat hillary clinton and turn this country around! he was born in canada. he was a canadian citizen until 15 months ago. how the hell can he run for president? >> i believe democracy -- >> we just don't need to have a
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socialist as president of the united states. they were certainly out and about yesterday. there is our hub in the heart of downtown des moines at the embassy suites in downtown zmoi and tucker carson is there. we've got a big couple of hours left on sunday morning. we have three guys who would like to be president of the united states, as you can see, mike huckabee, rand paul, and dr. ben carson here. >> rand paul is built to go the entire way and governor huckabee has said i got the magic. i've done the work. >> he's been in all 99 counties and done more than 150 events in the last month. we're going to wake him up. we'll check in with our buddy, tucker carlson. good morning. >> good morning. it is good to be here.
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this is the most dramatic iowa caucus of my lifetime. i'm 46. i think more hangs in the balance tomorrow than i've ever seen. both parties are really concerned about the potential outcome because you would see a reordering of what those parties stand for depending upon who wins. >> let's take a look at the polls. we hear how significant they are and how accurate they have been in the past. trump jumps out to a 5 point lead. filed by cruz with 23. rubio with 15. carson, his lowest number since may at 10. paul with 5. christie with 3, bush, fiorina, huckabee, kasich, santorum. kasich has left already. he went to new hampshire. looking at those polls. do you believe them? >> it's really hard to poll the caucuses,people actually change their vote on voting day.
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at a caucus people make the case for their candidate and small percentage of voters are won over by that and that's why you see these results that don't match the final poll numbers. we saw it in the last cycle here when rick santorum who was apology -- polling third won. >> as we go into these numbers, ann settler has predicted it accurately nearly 20 times. donald trump has gone up since early january and ted cruz has gone down 8 since early december. the trump attack of cruz being born in candidate has worked? or is it something else? >> a lot of has happened in the last three or four days. the truth is, as you know, if you are over 40, you grew up
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learning that if you weren't born in this country, you could not be president. that may or may not be true. the supreme court hasn't ruled on it. but it's clearly an attack that has worked. here's the other problem. how does cruz respond to any attacks on donald trump, having in effect been on his side in this race until very recently, basically in lock step with them, refusing to criticize him and trump goes after cruz, it's tough for cruz to say you know what, i haven't said anything until now, actually, this guy is a left wing for obamacare. it's a tough case given the fact he hasn't been making it for the last six months. >> let's go to the other side. hillary clinton seemed to be the inevitable nominee. let's look at these polls. to show you. clinton is at 45%. sanders 42%. o'malley is 3%.
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they get in there and they get into groups and these caucus groups will stand for clinton, sanders or or male -- or o'malley. it really matters. where due doze those o'malley supporters are going to go? >> the o'malley -- it's hard to poll o'malley because he doesn't have enough support. >> they are going to go to the lincoln chaffee corner. >> hillary clinton has been a public figure for over 30 years. if you don't know what you think of her coming into the caucuses. it's unlikely you are going to decide at the caucuses. boy, if they can't be an elderly socialist like bernie sanders. if you beat hillary clinton,
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this is the entirec establishment arrayed behind her. everyone corporate donor, lobe biest, this is a revolution. the fact that she could lose again in iowa for the second time, and this time to bernie sanders who is not impressive in my view in a lot of ways, that is really a big deal. >> you mentioned the celebrities from bill clinton to chelsea is out there and bill clinton is not creating the buzz that he has in the past. this could be problematic for her because she's expected to get crushed in new hampshire. >> big time. and it's just exposing her basic weakness which people know everything about her and she still hasn't made the sale and by the way weakness always incites predators, always. there are other people waiting on the sidelines, elizabeth warren, the sitting vice president. they have an interest in the
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race. they might be compelled to get it if she loses tomorrow. a lot is on the line. >> depending on what happens with the fbi investigation too. >> for sure. big complications for the candidates there in the state of iowa as voters make their picks in the caucus but how does the caucus actually work? >> peter doocy joins us more on that angle. >> candidates have had months to make their pitches to iowans, but the most important of all will be the one those hardcore supporters make to their friends and neighbors in the caucus rooms across the state. to participate in the democrat caucus, you got to be a registered democratic voter. both parties do things a lot differently. for republicans, they gather, listen to speeches from different candidates supporters
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and then cast ballots and divvy up delegates. in the democratic caucus rooms, things are done a lot differently. people show up, go stand in the corner of the room where the rest of the people who back the candidate they like are standing. then if the candidates group isn't mustering up the minimum 15%, that group disbands and its members are kortd by people who like other candidates, hoping to boost their own guy or girl's numbers in the room. history going back to 1972 shows that if someone wants to win their party's nomination, they need to finish in the top 4 here in iowa. turn out is really important in this state because of the way the process works and the governor, terry branstad says he thinks a lot of independents will show up, register as either a republican or democrat tomorrow so they can support either trump or sanders. back to you in new york.
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>> interesting stuff. thank you very much. we know that thousands are going to caucus tomorrow night. where are they going to go? they have got different caucus locations. they sound a little different than your middle school down the street. >> they are weird. >> these are just the way they refer to their particular caucus sites. in gladbrook, iowa, they are going to caucus at the old ambulance building. >> hayesville, iowa, it's the skunk river arms gun shop. >> the north gate mall, hy-vee grocery store. >> mall couldn't, ie -- malcolm, iowa, grain elevator. and newton, iowa, there will be causing at fore seasons golf practice center. >> then the nature center and one other, which i just forgot.
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>> a bar and grill. jimi's bar and grill. >> people are going to be caulk causing all over the state of iowa. 11 minutes after the hour. on other stories making headlines. isis has just released a new video that threatened a strike on the west even deadlier than the 9/11 attacks. they talk about a attack that quote will make them forget about september 11th and the paris master. -- massacre. 3,700 american troops already on the ground in syria. on the run no more, the last two inmates who escaped from a california jail back behind bars this morning. they were captured in san francisco 400 miles away from where they escaped. police say someone living nearby spotted the stolen van that they have seen on the media and they
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on wednesday, president obama is going to make his first visit during his presidency to a suburban baltimore mosque. mosque has extremist ties to the muslim brotherhood. >> joining us to weigh in is dr. zuti jasser. what do you know about this mosque? ties to terrorism, how? >> well, as american muslim i'm insulted. it's disgraceful that is tht the mosque he picked to visit. it's like a covert operation. there's no name on it. it has pictures of individuals and no names. they had mohammed al shaik.
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has sermons in he excused palestinian suicide bombings. he took over a mosque in northern virginia after a war was declared on the united states and raledsed nadal hussein. in 2013, there was a youtube sermon two years ago calling ho homosexuals deviants. and espousing an extreme vision of homosexuality. >> you told one of our producers this is just a political stunt. >> it really is.
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look at the time he picked to do this. it's right before the national prayer breakfast. he's using our muslim community as a backdrop, partisan politics to basically check the box he's with the muslim community, not the normal ones, the radical ones. forget that. he's with the muslim community, against those big its, et cetera. mosques that are in bed with those in the pakistan. he insults our community by cozying up to radicals. they believe in the sharia states. they separate men and women. they are into gender apartheid. he's using it as a backdrop of pictures this week of him meeting with muslims, talking about diversity and equality.
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our muslim community is all about a backdrop of partisan one upsmanship rather than reform. >> do you think the president will try to get these muslim americans to stand up and speak out against radical islam and differentiate themselves? >> not only no, but hell no. he's picking a mosque that ignores our muslim reform movement. ignore muslims that want to reform against thee okay -- theocracy. that's not a place this is going to happen and historically as i mentioned before, they are basically a radical extreme mosque and not representative of the modern muslims in america. >> well, he's heading that way on wednesday. >> thank you for joining us today. what do you think about that? email fox and friends.com.
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how is hillary clinton handling the email scandal with one day left to go before the iowa caucuses? ed henry when we come back. to smoke all day. i want this time to be my last time. that's why i choose nicoderm cq.
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time for some quick sports headlines. johnny football making more off the field headlines the second year browns quarterback being investigated for possibly assaulting his ex-girlfriend in texas. this is the second time he's been investigated following an argument with a girlfriend. nobody was arrested. and novak djokovic continues its dominance winning the australian open championship for the second year in a row.
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he crushed andy murray in three straight sets to win a record-tying sixth australian title. he locked up his 11th career grand slam trophy. congratulations. let's talk politics. a brand-new from the "des moines register" showing hillary clinton and bernie sanders locked in a statistical tie. >> ed henry is live on the campaign trail. this is a nail-biter, isn't it? >> it really is. go back to last may. hillary clinton had a 40-point lead. bernie sanders was at 5%. it's been all gains for him and hillary clinton has been looking over her shoulder. let me give you a quick story last night. i was in iowa city on the campus of the university of iowa, and i had to scream and that's why my voice is a little bit messed up this morning just to be heard here on the fox news channel because bernie sanders had 3,500 people in his fieldhouse. vampires weekend, which i'm not hip enough to know about, apparently it's very cool.
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they drew a lot of people there. so that was part of this crowd. but when i pulled one my producer jake gibson, we couldn't find parking. we couldn't find where the event was. there was a line that snaked three or four blocks around the fieldhouse. jake finally said get out and i ran out of the car to get into the fieldhouse to find where i had to do my live shot. it was pandemonium. in addition to the 3,500 people inside, the fire marshall told us there had to be 2,000 people outside that they would not let in but god forbid there was a fire. the big question is are these people are going to show up tomorrow night? i don't want to scattering it. i'm seeing a lot more energy. hillary clinton events usually have 2 to 300 people. last night, she had an event of 1,100 people. >> let us ask about something tucker told us. since he's been in des moines,
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he's seen a number of high-ranking hillary clinton campaign officials and other people connected to the campaign. they are putting everything into iowa because they are essentially panicked that she's so close to losing again. does that sound familiar to you? >> yeah. i think tucker is on the money there. it's a rare occasion. i'll agree with tucker. yes. iowa is where it all matters for both candidates here. if hillary clinton takes it on the chin for a second time. remember, she didn't come in second in 2008. she came in third. she finished behind john edwards and barack obama. if she can't slay this braggen, the media narrative is going to be it happened again. bernie sanders, up 22 points. put that together with the fbi investigation and the top secret
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emails, this is a different race. on the other hand, if bernie sanders does not win, a win is a win for hillary clinton. then she can discount new hampshire and she says it's his neighborhood and she goes down south, where she has a hold now. african-american voters are with her by 50, 60 points. georgia, mississippi, arkansas, it's going to be hard for bernie to win. >> is the number 250 is a great turn over for bernie sanders, under 250 is a great turnout for hillary clinton? >> something in that neighborhood. what happened in 2008, barack obama received a historic turnout. if bernie sanders can replicate anything close to that, he's going to win these caucuses. the "des moines register" came out last night, they say it's a dead heat but they also said their models at least right now are not showing a record turnout. that would be bad news for bernie. >> and henry joining us from the
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less than 24 hours from right now till the nation's first vote and gop candidates rallying hard in iowa as the last poll shows the caucuses has donald trump neck and neck with senator ted cruz. rand paul is here now to react. what's the plan?
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>> well, you know, we think we're doing quite well and better than indicated by the polling. i think they are underestimating a lot of people who came out for my dad. in the des moines poll, they asked who did you vote for in 2012, only a very small percentage said they voted for my dad. we think there's a lot of liberty voters out there that aren't being counted. we're doing really well with college students. that's been a big emphasis for us. we think they are under appreciated in the polls as well. >> i thought you had your best debate to date and that plays a role. you were going after ted cruz. that's what marco rubio just did with our own neil cavuto. >> if we're look to look at this "des moines register" poll, it does not appear to be hurting
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you. what do you read into it. >> he's pivoting all his attack ads against me. his latest attack ad is deceitful because he's clipping my statement. he cut it in half, which is something -- >> you can't miss it. it's like every other end minute. >> it clips my statement in half to make it sounds like i'm for capping trade. >> when he used the term deceitful, are you finding the same thing with the cruz camp? >> i think cruz's problem is authenticity and that's what i pointed out in the debate, particularlien 0 the immigration issue. he says everybody is for amnesty except for him but it turns out he was for a form of legalization during the debate. our people are upset to him for not showing up to audit the fed. i worked on this bill for five years. we've been working on it for ten years. he was the only republican that missed the vote. i think that's going to hurt him with the liberty contingent of
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voters. >> how about this? the secretary of state for the state of iowa has essentially scolded the cruz campaign because they sent out these controversial mailers that say among other things they have a warning at the top, warning of if you got it, you are in violation of -- you haven't been voting in the caucuses and essentially it says your individual voting history as well as your neighbors are public record, you better show up and get in line and encourage everybody else to vote as well. clearly it's a turn out the vote thing however the secretary of state says it's violates the spirit of the law and misrepresents iowa election law as well. what's going on with the cruz campaign if they are sending this out? >> you know, i think it's kind of creepy. it makes you think of washington politicians, career politicians who would do these creepy dirty tricks. i penkl think that a lot of voters will react to it and say what kind of person sends out
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and tells me that i'm not showing up for votes particulars when ted cruz is the one who didn't show up to vote for audit the fed and a host of other things. i think people will be creeped out by thinking oh, my goodness, he's announcing to my neighbors how often i vote. if i got that, i would be mad enough to go out and vote for somebody else. >> yeah. it might get some perturbed voters there and the secretary of state is saying that's not something we can do. it can be purchased but for political purposes. the voters in iowa don't need to worry about that. iowa caucuses are unique in that neighbors go and can sway one another while they are debating and standing up for their candidates. what are you trying to do to get your supporters to win over other supporters? as we know, they make up their mind at the wiching hour. >> we have a little over 1,000
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precincts chair. we have over a thousand of them with chairs who will show up and bring their neighbors and speak at the caucus for us. the other secret weapon we have is we have a bunch of college kids making phone calls. we think there's a chance we can way outperform the polls in iowa and surprise people. >> why should they caucus for you? >> i'm only the fiscal conservative because i'm the only one that's willing to look at spending across the board. the reason we have so much debt in our country, the right wants it for the military, and the left wants it for welfare. they get together and spend everything awm the time. i'm the one person on the stage who would actually balance the budget. >> rand paul joining us today from des moines. thank you very much and good luck tomorrow. >> thank you. there you go. and voter turnout is critical in the iowa caucuses.
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particularly in this one. rick right muth is following a whriferred. >> -- blizzard. >> late monday night into tuesday. >> if the kaw cause goes until 3:00. >> then you have big impacts on the caucuses. that's part of it. at least the southwestern part of the state, it looks like it will start maybe in the 6:00 to 9:00 range. des moines maybe a little bit later. a little bit after midnight probably, and then it's going to get really ugly on the day on tuesday. all of this is a storm we have out across parts of the west. we'll watch this and bring a really rainy day in california. we'll some power outages there and mudslides. green, blizzard watch, it's iowa for tuesday. it had been a day earlier it would have caused big problems. morning here, temperaturewise,
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above average for everybody in iowa. notice on that southwest side of iowa, this storm is starting to creep in. this is 10:00 monday night. we have a little bit of snow down around creston. by midnight, it will fill in. tuesday morning, almost the entire state and it's going to be really windy with this guys. blizzard conditions for tuesday. a lot of media. everybody is there. a lot of candidates trying to get out on tuesday. it's going to be really, really rough and kind of a dangerous day on tuesday. but monday is going to be mostly good. >> that's good because i was looking at the weather channel. not that i'm cheating on you. >> oh, really? >> people in iowa would skip the kcaucuses if there was 25% republicans would skip if there was ice. 17% heavy snow. 7% if it was just snow. >> interesting. it's great information and when you think about if it's a blizzard and how bad it is, what kind of preps have to be doing to get ready. >> particularly in a farming
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community, getting your crops, animals, and milk and eggs. >> people in iowa can walk around in t-shirts. >> they are good, hearty people. >> we've been talking about iowa. do americans know where it is on a map? >> somewhere on here. >> somewhere on here. >> i will go with right here. >> it's a hawkeye state edition of doos on the loose. >> i better go outside. ♪ those who define sophistication stand out. those who dare to redefine it stand apart. the all-new lexus rx and rx hybrid. never has luxury been this expressive. this is the pursuit of perfection.
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the hawkeye edition. watch this. everybody is talking about iowa these days. >> yes. >> so you must know where it's at? >> of course. somewhere over here indicate indicate. >> somewhere in here? >> right here. >> that's so close. that's illinois. what do you know about iowa? >> that they are the potato state. >> no, they are not -- >> no, idaho is the potato state. my dad. >> which of these items do not come from iowa, corn, potatoes, ethanal or captain crunch berries. >> those are potatoes. >> just one. hello. potatoes, idaho. >> you say tomato and i say tomato. whatever. >> iowa is the home of the
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world's largest what? corn, strawberries, court or box of raisins. >> i'll go with fork. >> fork. >> strawberry. >> it makes no sense. you feel you know a lot about iowa so far. >> i've been watching. >> where is it? >> i would not have a clue. >> kind of more right about there. stick your finger on it. >> i was born in iowa. that's right. i think we've got some youtube video. listen to this. [ baby crying snx [. >> we don't have the video. just audio. one of these people once called iowa home. >> rond raegan. >> raegan. >> that's right. >> this guy. >> he lived in davenport as a lovelily parting gift. we're going to give you a sofa. >> no way!
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>> two of these people lost the iowa caucuses. >> the two bushes. >> i don't know. george bush. >> hillary and her husband. >> oh, okay. i'm a ford. not a lincoln. >> one of these people got zero% in the iowa caucuses. >> mr. sharpton. 0%. >> i'll go with al sharpton. >> there's no real conflict. >> when you see al sharpton, you think zero? >> yeah, pretty much because we're from baltimore. >> you are from spain. is it true about the rain in spain? >> it rains a lot, yes. >> but does it rain in spain fall mainly in the plain? >> no. >> do you know who is from iowa? >> that guy. >> does this help you? >> you. >> charlie, you are a
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professional journalist, draw what the state of iowa looks like. >> kind of like this. i'm right. >> you are a fed ex guy. >> yes. >> then you would know where iowa is on the map. when it absolutely positively have to be in des moines. >> that's colorado. that's nebraska, that's kansas, that's wyoming. you already did that one. are you sure you work for fed ex? that's where you are going to be going later today. out to iowa. i told him he's going to try the loose meat sandwich. it's a sloppy joe with no tomato sauce. >> i like my meat tight. not loose. tighten up my meat. >> have some corn while you are there too. >> how is mike huckabee feeling about his chances tomorrow? the governor here live after a
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here's what's making headlines. disturbing allegations of severe hazing by a texas high school baseball team. last year, plano east high school officials found players were staging under ground fight clubs in batting cages. two coaches also on administrative leave after reports they call injured players selfish and mocked them for being hurt. and a pilot being hailed a hero this morning after a terrifying emergency landing. the chicago bound plane was forced to turn around hours after leaving in london because its landing gear was broken. he did make a smooth landing. barbie's plus size look
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giving people an idea about ken. >> i happen to look great in jeans. >> what social media is doing now, they are proposing the dad bod for ken, equal opportunity there. you may remember dad bod are male bodies with a little extra padding right around the midsection. the idea is catching fire online. recently we did a story about barbie having cellulite and pimples too. tucker carlson is out in iowa. let's talk about hillary clinton's email scandal. the intel community is not going to let them release 22 emails because they are so super secret. we've got a sound bite from nbc news. >> i'm really not concern because it's the same story that
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has been going on for months now and i just don't think most people are as concerned about that as they are about what we're going to do to get the economy going and how we're going to protect the affordable care act and everything that i talked about in this campaign because that's what iowans talk to me about. it's like benghazi. republicans are going to continue to attack. >> we wouldn't even know if the private email server if hillary clinton hadn't been under investigation by the benghazi select committee. this is not want something she wants to come out. >> how would you like to be in the middle of a presidential race and the fbi looking into your behavior and how do you keep your face from breaking out in twitches?
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it's interesting. she blamed republicans. this is the stock response to all scandals around the clintons. it's a conspiracy. every single person involved in this is an executive branch employee working for barack obama who is her close ally in this effort. these are state department employees, intel community falls under the white house and, she's alleging that they are somehow puppets of republicans. >> it keeps coming and you can't say the inspector general and others are political pundits or have a little axe to grind. now it's get a little bit more murky as a man named john kerry, secretary of state, they found an email of him solidly redacted because it has intimate details about the relationship about pakistan and india.
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>> part of the people outside of washington don't understand, it is believed by people around this story that her server was penetrated by foreign intelligence services. now i think at some point we're going to find out definitely actively but that is the working assumption that it was penetrated by people who seek our demise and all of this information fell in the hands of our enemies. that's a big deal. that's not a partisan point. it's an american point. >> apparently if he's sending emails to her and presumably he would know that she had a private server. john kerry has been drawn into this. she's not making friends. you are our friend in des moines. more plils coming -- politics coming in a minute. >> a driver pulls over a cop for speeding. >> i push 80 to try and catch up
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hi friends, good morning. it's sunday, january 31st, 2016. i'm anna kooiman. it's iowa krumpling time. the first votes just one day away and the candidates are making their final frantic push to shore up support. brand-new polls have ted cruz within striking distance of donald trump in iowa. they are five points apart but this morning his campaign is under fire from iowa state officials who say his tactics crossed the line. we'll tell you about those tactics coming up. and forget about public schools or government buildings if you want to cast your vote. head to the bar. we're breaking it down what it
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>> ted cruz was not born on u.s. soil. it's a problem. he has to solve that problem. >> shame on donald trump and shame on the people that think that's how you governor -- govern. that is not how you govern. this is america. good morning, america, live from des moines, iowa and new york city as well. it's a special edition of "fox & friends." the iowa caucuses tomorrow night at 7:00 p.m. you see it all right here. i got a number of emails from people who said they saw brian and me, anna, sitting here, thought it was monday. started putting on their clothes. >> now everybody is worried they are late for work. >> no, it's sunday. >> you have a few adjustments to make. we're on the eve of a big election and we also don't have football. your world is turned upside down. this is only a four-hour show or do we go five? >> we are used to doing just
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three. >> we have a big hour ahead. in one day until we get the first votes in 2016. it will be the iowa caucus. >> and we have complete coverage. our tucker carlson is in des moines but first peter doocy has a live look with what candidates are doing, where they are standing in the final iowa polls just released. good morning. >> good morning, anna. the front runners here in iowa a day and a half before caucus time which starts at 7:00 p.m. central time tomorrow night, donald trump and hillary clinton that is according to the "des moines register" poll which has correctly predicted the winner with one exception, santorum in 2012. trump is 28%. cruz, 23, rubio 15. carson with 10. everybody else is in single dijs. marco rubio is the second choice. 20% of the polls say they like
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rubio second best which could bode well for him. on the democratic side it's a tie, clinton 45, sanders 42. that three point edge is within the margin of error. o'malley is 3%. the caucus groups can migrate to different groups. the latest poll shows sanders slightly ahead of clinton as a she could had choice. bernie sanders has been drawing bigger clouds than hillary clinton for months and tomorrow it will be interesting to see if bigger crowds equal big turn-outs. sanders has been predicting if a lot of people turn out he will win tomorrow night. >> thank you very much. tucker, some of the data that's curious in this poll, ann selter did it and she's been accurately
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predicteding the winner for many years. half of the republicans do not care that donald trump did not do the debate on thursday. and 77 percent said it made no difference for that governor terry branstad called for ted cruz to be defeated. do you find that interesting? >> the governor went after cruz because of ethanol. i'm grateful that voting is finally going to take place. i've been speculating about this election for a year. we're going to find out what the voters really think. no matter what happens, both are going to be more populous. if trump and sanders win, it's a full-on revolution. it's not exactly clear where it's going. you can't overstate how big that
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will be. >> it will be get on the train or you are going to miss the train. you know what i think is under fire the polls in particular. we're straddling the world of landlines and the internet and a lot of polls like gallup said i'm not going to do it. it's too inaccurate. if these are inaccurate, they are done, unless they prove their new science works. >> or unless we find a better way to figure out voter intent. it's hard to do that. especially in the caucuses. they are not the same as elections. you never know change your mind at a voting booth. at a caucus, you are listening to your neighbors make a case for their candidates. and for voters, that changes their minds. you see these upsets you saw at the lack cycle, rick santorum going into the election was third. he won. boy, we really don't know is the truth as far as i'm concerned. senator ted cruz is under fire thork -- this morning.
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he sent out this last-minute mailer saying voting violation at the top. he says your neighbor will know if you don't go to the polls. we're keeping track of that. iowa officials say that's not really the case. it's available for purchase but for political purposes. he's saying he's not going to apologize for it. >> listen, matt shuls is a former secretary of state, chairman of the campaign. saying these mailers are routine. the iowa party has done so in the past. i will apologize to nobody for using every tool we can to encourage iowa voters to come out and vote. >> well, some of the other candidates, tucker, are calling this a dirty trick. the secretary of state came out and said it's misleading, there's no such thing as election violations and his office never grades voters. we had rand paul on within the last hour.
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you know you talked to him behind the scenes. he thinks this whole ted cruz mailer thing is creepy. >> i think it's kind of creepy. in fact, it makes you think of washington politicians, career politicians who kind of do these creepy dirty tricks. i personally think that a lot of voters will react to it and say what kind of person sends out and tells me that i'm not showing up for a vote particularly when ted cruz didn't show up to vote for audit the fed and a host of other things since he's been missing votes. people will be creeped out oh, my goodness he's announcing to my neighbors how i vote and trying to shame me. if i got that, i would be mad enough to go out and vote for somebody else. >> does rand paul have a point? >> i don't think it's a dirty trick. it's a little orwellian.
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we have actual social science that voters can be shamed. this is part of senator cruz's fundraising efforts. it's wildly aggressive and towing the line at the same time. all of his emails have been -- it was something like my friend donald trump, i think that was the headline. you've got to open it. he's really pretty innovative in this way but you are apt to offend people when you go that far. it's a matter of taste. do you find it appalling or did you find it hilarious? creativity points or will it back fire. and hillary clinton bernie sanders -- bernie sanders has
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crowds at the university of iowa. and hundreds of people on the outside they couldn't bring in. is this thumb going to truly and accurately -- enthusiasm going to translate into voters at the caucus? >> this is the point. hillary clinton is the candidate of the establishment, of the times editorial page, of the lobbying community, the corporate donators. and bernie sanders is the insurgent. he's the person young people are voting for. who is going to win? i personally think bernie has the edge on this. they are really worried in the hillary campaign for sure. >> given the fact that iowa works, you go into a big room and after speeches are made, you go into the corner of your candidate. given the fact that bernie sanders supporters are so vocal, there's a possibility they could persuade some friends and
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neighbors from the hillary clinton side, come on, she's got that email thing and the benghazi thing, come over tower side. >> are you part of the future or of the past? and the democrats are giving preference to the candidate of the future. i think he has a slight advantage going into tomorrow. >> well, we'll know tuesday morning. >> yes, we will. >> tucker, we booked you for four hours, are you going to stick around? >> you couldn't get me out of here with a crowbar. >> good. 11 minutes after the hour. we move ahead. coming up, the countdown to the iowa caucus is on. we're down to hours, not days. what's on the mind of hawkeye state voters one day before the polls open? huker -- tucker hits the campaign trail with the camera. he won the iowa caucuses in 2008. how is governor mike huckabee feeling this time around? we'll ask him when he joins us live next.
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we're going to go back to iowa in just a moment many first fox news alert. isis has released a brand-new video threatening a strike on the west that they say will be deadlier than the september 11th attacks. the videotape features a frnch-speaking man with long hair talking about an attack that will quote make them forget about september the 11th and the paris massacre. it also suggests spain may be the top target. and a biker brawl takes a deadly turn in colorado many one person is dead and nine others hurt after a gun and knife battle at a motorcycle expo in denver. three injured are in critical condition this morning. rival gangs started fighting in a stairwell and gunfire
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exploded. police suspect there was more than one attacker and so far they have not made any arrests. now, let's go live to our "fox & friends" bureau chief for des moines, iowa. mr. tucker carlson. >> thanks for the job upgrade, steve. i appreciate it. we're continuing our live coverage from des moines as the presidential candidates make their final push before caucus tonight that's tomorrow. mike huckabee joins us. good to see you. happy sunday. you've been doing this for a while. it's your second time in iowa running. you've been to all 99 counties. you've probably learned a lot. what have you learned about the state of politics right now and what voters want. >> voters are angry. they feel like both parties have abandoned them. they don't trust anybody in politics. they are angry because they see washington always covering themselves. sich of the ten richest counties surrounding the beltway. they know in their home touns
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they are getting busted. the man in davenport, iowa, he and his wife make $59,000 a year, he pays $28,000 a year for health insurance. he said half his salary. single moms are having to decide if they go to work, they lose all the benefits for the kids. if they don't go to work and take the benefits, their kids are okay, but everybody calls them, you know, welfare queens, which isn't fair to them, and so you have people who are frustrated because for the people at the very top, the economy works fine, and even when the stock market goes down, it doesn't affect their lifestyles but those folks standing out there on concrete floors in a factory, i tell you, it's not just their legs that are hurting every day. it's their pockets, their futures, and they know it, and they are frustrated that everybody gives them all these promises. nobody delivers. >> it seems to me no matter what happens, the republican and democrat party are going to change a lot after this
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election? >> i hope that's true. look where the candidates get their money, they get it from the same wall street, hedge fund donors. it doesn't matter if they are democrat or republican. the words to remember are follow the money. you will find the reason things don't change is the money to the candidates don't change. same pipe, same source, different politicians, different parties, but it still comes down to politicians when they get elected, they have an obligation to take care of their donors and that's what happens and the people who are out here in places like iowa getting punched in the gut they are not the big donors. they don't get taken care of. >> i keep reading all of this speculation about you and donald trump. you are on stage with him at his event the other night, the night of the debate. there's speculation that you are going to endorse him. that you are traveling to arkansas to see him. what's your relationship with him? >> i have a wonderful
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relationship with donald trump. i appreciate a lot of the things i've been saying since 2008. the same thing that caused him to be the scorn of the national review and elite crowd. same thing they have beaten me up about eight years ago. i appreciate that. i had a reporter yesterday, what's this story about you going to endorse trump? why would i endorse somebody else? i'm running for president. can you get that through your head. i'm running for president. i'm not going to be in arkansas on wednesday. trump it. i had nothing to do with it. i had no idea he was coming until a press person told me. there's no collusion and i respect him. i got a lot more respect for donald trump than i do some of the candidates who will be anything you want them to be. they are like vending machine. you put in the money and pull the lever and they will spout out whatever they think the audience wants to hear. >> is that why you joined him on stage? >> i respect our veterans. nobody d more than our veterans. they should be getting the first fruits of our treasury and these
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are the people waiting months for what america is obligated and morally bound to give them. they kept their promises to america. we've got to keep our promises to these veterans. stop 22 veterans a day from committing a suicide. i was proud to be there. i never had a hesitation about going. you know, some people either tried to look at some collusion going on or -- but i was just jumping -- i'll do just about anything to stand up for our the people who stooped up for -- stood up for me. took bullets and bombs on my behalf. >> thanks for clearing that up. you are tireless. >> great to see you, tucker. always a pleasure. coming up, dr. ben carson on his final hours in the state of iowa. two cops and a cracker barrel, what could go wrong? it's all caught in tape. they are explaining what exactly you are seeing on this video. coming up.
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cracker barrel turning into the scene of an intense police chase. >> puts your hands up, right now! put your hands up! >> well, those officers catching a dangerous alleged criminal who ran inside the restaurant and arrested him without a problem. joining is now though police officers who were first on the scene. good morning, gentlemen. thanks for joining us. >> good morning. >> thank you for having us. >> thanks for keeping those people safe inside that cracker barrel restaurant. just a day or so before, you had seen the suspect fleeing from an apartment complex wanted on a felony charge. what happened before the cracker barrel incident? did you recognize him? >> it was actually a detective that recognized him. i wasn't actually on that particular call.
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the detective that was there that day on tuesday when it happened recognized the subject that we ended up chasing. recognized that he had a felony warrant and basically got on the radio and advised us, we were in marked units and told us that he was in the area to go and try to stop the vehicle. >> you chased him in the car. a couple of tires get blown out before going into the cracker barrel. tell me what that moment was like as you were going in. >> really intense. it was pretty chaotic. he had just, you know, flipped the car he was driving over. he took off running. we gave chase. he got to -- when he was getting toward the cracker barrel, we knew that it was going to be a dangerous situation when you -- at that time of day, there was a lot of people eating at that time, so we knew we had to get to him before he hurt anybody and luckily he didn't and we were able to apprehend him inside the cracker barrel. >> officer gomez you get there moments later.
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what's going through your mind trying to apprehend the suspect but also keep everybody inside that cracker barrel, inside the restaurant and the store that we know is connected, keep them safe? >> well, as i was coming into the store, actually, it was a citizen that advised the subject was armed at this point. we knew we had a very dangerous situation, so what i tried to do is just get eyes on the subject. approach from a different angle, that wi we have the front and rear covered. as we made the arrest, i just had to make sure that in case he tries to run and fight, we'll able to subdue him without injuring ourselves or anybody else. >> officer alvarez, do you think it was only a matter of time before this guy would have done something again if you haven't apprehended him? >> yes. i mean, it's obviously -- it's hard to put someone and say that he's going to keep, you know, re-offending, but we had a few
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problems with him in the upcoming weeks leading up to this and it was good that we caught him as saifle as possible. no one was hurt. no frs officers were hurt. >> our hats are off to you this morning without a doubt. thanks again for everything you did. >> appreciate that. thank you. >> that suspect is on bond, $15,000, and he is facing aggravated assault charges to that officer. he's accused of trying to drive a truck right at an officer. 28 minutes after the hour. coming up, the president plans to visit a mosque with ties to extremism and muslim brotherhood. what's really on the minds of iowa voters? just hours ahead of iowa caucuses. tucker, what did you find out? >> fox news has exploded at the state of iowa. this used to be a embassy suites. it is fox news headquarters for
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we've taken over the downtown embassy suites. famous for their free breakfast and happy hour at the close of the day and of course, its headquarters for fox news channel and tucker carlson is there right now with a look around our crib in des moines. >> it is pretty awesome. i'm going to -- we've been getting a ton of email. where are you? where are you doing the show? i'm going to show you. we're going to get a behind the scenes tour of fox news hq. i'm going to show you the camera position. you saw our set which is majestic. we have many sets here. the five is being down out here. there's the front desk. good morning, ladies. here's one -- i think this is the geraldo set. oh, it's cavuto. it looks over to the waterfall. i'm being corrected in my ear.
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we're going to take you up to the third floor. it's an open plan. you'll notice the elevator door is open. this is the pearl -- perilous part. you can see there's a clear glass elevator. we're going to rise up. your heart may rise in your throat. we may fear it too. we're trained journalists. it's not going to prevent us from covering the news. >> war zones, hurricanes. elevators. >> there's the vending machines. that's where breakfast is if you are on the early shift as we are. you can see all the lights here on the third floor. can you pan out. there we are. >> oooh. aahh. >> there is a camera position right here. a lot of our shots are being done right up here. i want to get a tight shot on the breakfast bar.
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free breakfast, good breakfast. do we ever leave? yes, we do. as comfortable as this is, we were out on the road with ted cruz. we want to give you a view of what that looked like. >> breakfast bar. >> 48 hours to go before the voting begins here in iowa. a tight race at the top. one of those in it, ted cruz we came to a cruz rally outside of des moines and weighed -- waded into the crowd of cruzzers. >> you've been in iowa for more than a month. >> yes. i think today is 48th day. >> where are you staying? >> at camp cruz. >> what's camp cruz? >> it's an old dorm tore at a old business cleng. >> are you going to caucus on monday? >> yes. >> how complicated is it? >> not complicated at all. i came here specifically to hit
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as many rallies as i am because i'm an independent. >> where are you on trump? >> no. bernie? >> lots of ideas. sounds good. economically it's not going to happen. >> what about jeb? >> bless his heart. >> it's between cruz and trump and i like christie a loxt. >> if you had to bet on, it where would you put your money? >> i think i'm leaning toward cruz. >> yeah. >> i don't know. >> i'm leaning mord toward donald trump because i like the fact that he's not a politician. >> what do you think of cruz? >> i really respect him. i like him. i think he will make a great president and i've also met his wife. she's going to make a great first lady. trust me, she will be a lot better than bill clinton in the white house. >> all right. there you go.
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from the cruz rally. >> heidi cruz is nice. i got to say. >> very smart and ie tell you the other thing that's pretty clear is that you are really enjoying the embassy suites and you don't care about waking up martha mccallum. you are talking full voice. >> she complained. i better throw it back to you before i get beaten up. >> or cavuto come out with a sledge hammer. here so explain what the caucus means for your wallet is mar maria. why does it matter so much about the economy? we're going 2.5%? everybody it talking about the turn around. what's it mean for the economy? >> this is such a critical point
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for the economy. for the last ninth year of recovery all we've had in terms of stimulus has been the federal reserve. has been doing quantitativeeasi rates. people are just desperate for some kind of fiscal stimulus, including tax reform, including rolling back of regulation, including for example changes to obamacare, infrastructure spending. these are the kinds of fiscal changes that people believe will move the needle on growth. 2.5% on a yearly basis it looks like that. look at last week to find out where we are right now. gdp came up, it was up .07%. durable goods down 5.7%. businesses are not investing in equipment. >> bernie sanders is a socialist who would tax people at 90%. i think the number is $1.6
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trillion in new taxes that he wants to raise. >> free higher education. free pre-k. >> and taxes going way up and you say you are taxing the highest earners, you are not including small business. what is small business going to do when they get choked by higher taxes? are they going to hire new people? i don't think so. hillary clinton wants to raise taxes $1.1 triangle. -- trillion. >> we're focusing on iowa. next week it's going to be new hampshire. that's where john kasich is right now. he's a guest on your show. >> he's our lead guest. he's putting all his eggs in the new hampshire basket and saying okay i wasn't in the lead in iowa. i'm in the lead and i'm doing well in new hampshire. i'm going to double down in new hampshire. we'll talk about what that means for his overall campaign and the general election. you are speaking with rand paul.
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he's going to stop by and talk to us then we have darrell issa on the show. these 22 emails that the government says they are so top secret we can't release them. what does he say about the fbi with regard to hillary and houma. >> we'll start with sunday morning futures. you better get ready. >> maria bartaromo. a looming blizzard set to whip up the central plains could affect voter turn-out the night of the caucuses, right, rick? >> yeah. particularly western iowa is the one spot that could have impacts from this storm and tuesday it's going to be an all-out blizzard all across iowa. really quickly, east coast, a really nice day, temps 20 degrees above average all the way through wednesday. all that snow completely melted by the time it's done.
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out across the west, that's where all the action is. big storm moving across parts of the southwest. a really windy day into southern california that's going to cause some damage and power outages. then a lot of snow across the mountain elevation and this blizzard watch we have in effect across parts of nebraska and missouri river valley here, across parts of iowa. this is monday night into tuesday. take a look at how the day plays on monday. everything looks fine. evening hours, you start to see the storm move through here. little bit of snow coming in later on today and get ready, tuesday, we could be watching tornado outbreak from the same storm system. >> what? >> across the mississippi river valley from paducah toward memphis. >> this one storm on the north, it will be snow and ice and -- >> exactly. we haven't talked about that at all because we've been talking about the elections.
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41 minutes after the hour. the candidates are making their final push in the iowa caucuses. will it translate to a party nomination? we'll look ahead coming up. i've smoked a lot and quit a lot, but ended up nowhere. now i use this. the nicoderm cq patch, with unique extended release technology, helps prevent the urge to smoke all day. i want this time to be my last time. that's why i choose nicoderm cq.
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obviously, that's an important question. if donald trump or bernie sanders wins in iowa, can they run the table? on the democratic side, iowa has a great track record of predicting the nominee. barack obama bested hillary clinton in 2008 and credited iowa for the keys to the white house. john kerry upset howard dean in 2004 and he won the nomination. a governor named jimmy carter in 1976. waltermondale and al gore. all of them won the caucus and the nomination. since 1976, iowa got it wrong only twice. republican side, different story, steve doocy. iowa has predicted it right only twice. bob dole in 1996 and george w. bush in 2000. usually winning iowa is not predictive in terms of the republican nomination. >> because you are looking at
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the historical perspective of it. it's not like the election where everybody goes to vote on caucus. this is done by the parties. for instance, george w. bush, the second time around, they didn't even have republican caucuses. same thing for ronald reagan. even though some say he won the second caucus, they didn't really have -- >> you are right. it's done differently. in the democratic party, people speak out and your neighbors know how you are voting. on the republican side, it's a secret ballot but it's only the first step. it's a proportional state. it's not a winner take allstate. then it will go to county and state conventions to actually allocate these delegates going forward. the point you are making is really important. it is not like a general election sponsored by the state. there are about 2,000 precincts or caucuses where these things will be held at great sounding names like you are talking about earlier today. it's a party thing. they have made it more modern.
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they are now apps they can send the vote count to. we'll know between 11:00 and 12:00 and all the fox team will have the counts at that point but it's a party election in that sense, and it's the beginning of a long process and so donald trump and others are saying, listen, i can win iowa and i'm heading to new hampshire and south carolina. proportionate proportionately, donald trump is going to get, you know, perhaps a third, if he's as successful as the polls say. it's a long slog to the nomination for each and every one of them. >> it's all about bragging rights. in the republican party caucuses, what they do is they all get together in a room and party officials talk about the various candidates, then they vote in secret. >> secret ballots. >> with the democrats, you are in a big room, if you are for hillary, stand over here. o'malley, stand over here. for bernie -- which means they are some people who are
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persuaded. hey, neighbor. why are you over there? come over to my side. >> that's why the second choices are very important. people do change. it's not a big field like the republican party and the republican party in iowa the second choices are less important going forward, but it's a matter of peer pressure, of shaming, of living with folks next door for the next four years who know exactly what you were thinking, why you were thinking, how you voted it, and that's an interesting dynamic in america. we don't have that. >> yeah, the smith family, thorough male people back. >> and they had weird reasons for it too. >> peter johnson. thanks for coming in on sunday. >> pleasure. we're continuing to countdown to the caucus. dr. ben carson are currently in fourth in the poll. the doctor is making a studio call. he joins us live next. if you have moderate to severe plaque psoriasis...
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well, the iowa caucuses are tomorrow. the final poll shows that donald trump and senator ted cruz are neck and neck first and second. marco rubio third, and dr. ben carson with 10% of the vote according to that poll. at one point, he was leading in iowa. dr. carson, always great to see you. the numbers show that maybe you lost your evangelical supporters to ted cruz. is that how you see it? >> well, i think a lot of people have shifted, but i think a lot of those people are in the process of shifting back. i suspect there's going to be a pretty big surprise tomorrow. >> you are. is there any scenario dr. carson
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where you wouldn't go onto new hampshire? >> yes, if i died. >> that's about it. okay. that won't happen. i have a good feeling. you say you feel something on the ground. in what respect? i know you have a huge ground game, but what are you hearing? >> well, you know, the various rallies and town halls we're going to, like last night. couldn't even get everybody into the overflow room. and people are just saying to me, you know, i am changing my mind. as soon as they get a chance to hear you. because the narrative that had been painted for them by a lot of pundits who say, carson's a nice guy, but he can't win so you're wasting your vote on him. now a lot of people are starting to see maybe it's not going to be a wasted vote after all. >> the president of the united states this week will be going to a mosque in baltimore. he said he wants to point out the muslim contribution to
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america and america's past. how do you feel about that visit? >> i didn't catch the first half of who you said was coming. >> the president's visiting a mosque for the first time in his seven years. going on eight. in baltimore, how do you feel about that visit? >> i don't have any problem with him visiting a mosque. you know, but what i've said all along is that everybody is welcome in america. as long as they accept american values and american laws. and, you know, there are many muslims who accept that. i grew up in detroit. my play mates were muslims, but they were people who accepted the same values and principles that i did. there's no problem in that situation. >> and that's where he'll be on tuesday. dr. carson, you've shaken up your camp a couple weeks ago. tell me about your new team and how it changed your message. >> well, it's been spectacular,
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the new team that we have. headed up general des who is an operator. much better communication strategy. we put out in the last few weeks ten policies. just go to bencarson.com. we're releasing policy. and it's wonderful for me because i was very frustrated. i couldn't get stuff out, and now it's working like a charm. >> thanks so much for closing our show so strongly. we'll see you in new hampshire. thanks so much, dr. car sglon thank you so much. more "fox and friends" believe it or not when we come back. to sea-bond denture adhesive seals. holds stronger than the leading paste all day... without the ooze. feel secure. be yourself. with stronger, clean sea-bond.
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tucker, great job today. tweets in des moines, iowa. >> that ben carson was the funniest thing i think i've
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heard all year. unbelievable. >> only thing -- >> i spit my coffee out. that was incredible. >> thanks, everybody for joining us. we'll be in iowa next time you see us. good morning. the rush is onto make the last pitch to caucus goers in iowa. good morning, i'm maria bartiromo. welcome to "sunday morning futures." rand paul joining me life from the campaign trail moments away on the most important issues of the first in the nation caucuses. plus, where do we stand in the gop race for president? will tomorrow's results narrow down the field? we'll start there with your panel. plus, coming up, what will come of these top secret e-mails from hillary clinton's private

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