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interesting. bill: donald trump has not tweeted in 13 hours. we are back here in new york and thank you for being with us over the past week in iowa. martha: new hampshire next, have a great day, everybody. a shake-up after the iowa caucuses with some candidates calling it quits and others get a big boost from the first contest in the presidential race but the focus shifts to new hampshire, the first primary, one week from today. i am jenna lee. jon: i am john scott, at bernie sanders and hillary clinton in a razor-thin raise at this point remains undecided but republicans turned out in record numbers sending a clear victory to ted cruz over donald trump who fished second and right on his heels surging, marco rubio.
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>> iowa has sent notice that the republican nominee, and next presidents of the united states will not be chosen by the media. will not be chosen by the washington establishment. will not be chosen by the lobbyists. >> we will go on to get the republican nomination and we will go on to easily beat hillary or bernie or whoever the hell they throw up there. >> when it is all said and done we have to be united against a republican vision and candidates who would drive us apart and divide us. >> the results are still not known but it looks like we are in a virtual tie. iowa, thank you! >> tonight, here in iowa, the people of this great state sent a clear message. kabul seven years of barack
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obama we are not waiting any longer to take our country back. jon: shannon breen is in demolition. >> reporte . >> reporter: we have seen the polling and a lot of people waited until the last minute to make up their mind. a lot of people in ted cruz came down to a strong game, 12,000 volunteers in the state of iowa across the stage working door-to-door and campaigning, those kinds of things and that is what they expect, personal contacts. here is what ted cruz said about the establishment not being the ones who won. >> tonight is a victory for the
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grass roots. tonight is a victory for courageous conservatives across iowa and all across this great nation. martha: in second place, senator bernie sanders again also talking about the annointed establishment candidate didn't win. this is from the left instead of ted cruz on the right but here's what he said last night. >> the people of iowa have sent a very profound message to the political establishment, to the economic establishment and by the way, to the media establishment. jenna: his team is counting this is a big win, although technically not the winner, that hasn't been declared, former secretary of state and senator
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hillary clinton has claimed victory, she is not conceding anything, she was breathing a big sigh of relief last night and says she has won, she claimed the victory in iowa and is important because moving forward things are going to change on both sides of the ticket, different game in new hampshire, donald trump and bernie sanders have strong double-digit leads. it will be make or break for several gop candidate and and do well last a better showing a little better in new hampshire, we think about john kasich and jeb bush, new york times for them as they move into new hampshire, the next stop on this whirlwind. jon: thank you. martha: jenna: the democratic candidate's going to the primary, polls show bernie sanders leading hillary clinton by double digits. did last night's squeaker raised the stakes for clinton in new hampshire. ed henry on the ground in new hampshire with more on that.
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>> reporter: we landed at 4 a m, there are three four with bernie sanders or hillary clinton, various media folks arriving in the middle of the night. it is game on immediately to the first of the nation primary in the granite state, a surreal scene last night and hillary clinton, when they weren't calling a victory party last night because she came out not knowing whether she had won or not and it was interesting, she didn't even say this was a victory. he talked about how it was a tough battle with bernie sanders and she is ready for what is going to happen on the ground in new hampshire. let's listen. >> breathing a big sigh of relief, thank you, iowa. i want you to know i will keep doing what i have done my entire life. i will keep stand-up for you. i will keep fighting for you. i will always work to achieve
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the america that i believed in. >> reporter: when i took off from des moines to get to manchester, new hampshire with some of clinton's staff they were saying on the plane we believe we won. by the time we landed in new hampshire they were clapping as they turned on their iphones and blackberries, suggesting that they did win. bernie sanders has not conceded anything. he was rallying his supporters in des moines and talking about the way he started from nothing and is shocking the political world. >> we have no political organization. we have no money. we have no name recognition and we were taking on the most powerful political organization in the united states of america. >> reporter: we will hear from
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bill read -- bill and hillary clinton. i spoke to one of hillary clinton's advisers, the media will talk about how this is a moral victory for bernie sanders but the super bowl is coming up, if the broncos win, the last 30 seconds in a lucky play will you call it a win for the broncos? jenna: knowing john scott it would be considered -- that is right. >> reporter: big win. jenna: interesting analogy and gives us something to think about. jon: new hampshire primary exactly one week away, presidential candidates are out in force with the iowa caucuses shaking up the gop field, big victory for ted cruz over donald trump and a strong third-place finish for marco rubio. in the washington post, the results scrambled republican race as it heads to new hampshire giving the gop a genuine three way contest that will put donald trump to tests
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he has not been faced with and in ted cruz and marco rubio against one another in a contest both have been anticipating. joining us now, stoddard, editor and columnist at the hell. what strikes you most of airmass night's republican results? >> winning doesn't necessarily make you so happy. ted cruz is definitely thrilled that he end ed up prevailing over donald trump, is internal polling had shown that he would fight the pole saturday night with his five points behind donald trump but marco rubio is happy today in feared, donald trump is not happy. slicken is happy, bernie sanders. clinton might be declared the winner. i don't know if fox news have called for that. people are still counting at least in one precinct at but bernie is happy and clinton is having a staff shake-up. it does reset the race.
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instead of having a fight between marco rubio and john kasich and jab he could set up a lot of new donors and momentum this week and put them, take some out of play. donald trump as you mentioned really has a lot to do in the next week. suddenly the traditional ground game, in a matter of days does the attack rubio or ted cruz? does he attacked jeb bush and john kasich, and has been surging in new hampshire, what message is he going to come up with? the and the third vote in new hampshire is great news for donald trump and bernie sanders, it depends particularly on the republicans' side what kind of campaign we see and what bad tax and responses come from ted cruz, marco rubio, jeb bush and john kasich. jon: donald trump is playing nice, bill hemmer mention donald trump had not tweeted in something like 18 hours which he
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is famous for sending out wes at 2:00 or 3:00 in the morning, he just did at 11:03. here's what he said. my experience in iowa was a great one. i started with all the experts saying i couldn't do well and ended up in second place. what do you think about that spin or is it spin? >> it is spin. when ben carson was ahead of him in november csi quince what was wrong with them. even doubleday she dominated the polls for seven months but in a few moments he thought he was facing fear of losing against ben carson, national polls against cruise in set -- he got very aggressive. i think this positive and humble and grateful tone resetting expectations is probably a smart thing to donald trump to do. jon: he came in four points below, the clear politics average of the polls going in, he underperform according to the
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polls, ted cruz was up almost 4% over the poles and the real winner seems is marco rubio who came in six points ahead of where the clear politics average of the polls. >> we points and of the des moines register poll that is supposed to be the gold standard and everyone considered a lock down saturday night. marco rubio is the story. he has the same amount of delegates as donald trump. they each have seven. he basically missed bob heintz and almost eclipsed him. that is the question this week, as does donald trump go after marco rubio? who does the attack? who does he try to bring down to keep a commanding lead. for marco rubio this is a moment for him to consolidate support among the establishment and say the campaign was saying last night if you don't want ted cruz or donald trump it is time to get on board which means no more support for chris christie, these are going to be interesting days and weeks to come, they hope they can find out port in the storm and if it
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looks like marco rubio, he will get a larger share of the market share in weeks to come and contests to come. >> martin o'malley out of the race by democratic side, mike huckabee out of the race on the republican side. where do their supporters go? >> mike huckabee and supported the end up with ted cruz but marco rubio attacked a lot of evangelicals in iowa. i don't know if some of the army be angry. we won't know. if 2% is not enough to make a difference the people that ted cruz really needs to attract are ben carson because he was an 9% or 10%, without him if he dropped out before ted cruz would have had a much bigger victory so they will be looking at ben carson's campaign continuing to be in a fragile state and deteriorated weeks to come he will be looking for his supporters. jon: the associate editor of the
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hill, thanks. jenna: new jersey's highest court determining whether a man convicted of murdering his wife should get a new trial, details behind that case coming up. the biggest cities discussing growing threat from isis at home and we want to hear from you. to the results and i would change your mind about who you want to see nominated? live chat is up and running, join us by going to foxnews.com/happeningsnow. we will see you after a quick break. ♪
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martha: and accused killer's room mate testifies at his murder trial saying 31-year-old christian bettis' the told him he stuck a woman with a knife which he is accused of stabbing a john paramour in 20 times in texas. seattle police arrest teens in an in camera that left two people did the suspects are 13, 16 and 17 years old.
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investigators believe last week's shooting may be drug-related. new jersey's highest court weighing whether stephen sharp should get a new trial. are is serving a life sentence for the murder of his wife in 1992. prosecutors say she pushed her of the palisades cliff overlooking the hudson river. and they went there for a picnic and fell off a cliff after drinking wine, it is on hearsay testimony. jenna: police chief talking about isis secretary to renewed calls for an attack within the united states. katherine harris is live with more. >> reporter: they hearing before the senate homeland security committees investigating the accelerated pace of radicalization. the new challenge is for first responders to find themselves on the first lines responding to terrorist attacks. and intelligence official confirms 36,000 foreign fighters
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ever traveled to see real from 120 counties and of that, 5600 had western passports allowing them to travel to the u.s. without visas. despite the 16 month bombing campaign the number of foreign fighters has nearly doubled along with the number of countries affected. the december massacre in san bernardino california also showed how overseas intelligence is fused into domestic investigation. she was radicalize before she entered the u.s. on the visa and a message shows her future husband was a supporter of radical islam and martyrdom. actors and bernardine note the see something say something when security campaign has taken on a higher profile and local police forces are the ones who will receive suspicious activity reports but without intelligence from the federal agencies or overseas it may be impossible to act in a timely way. even of prepared testimony that was read into the record this morning was done in as serious
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and sober manner. >> in the wake of the san bernardino incident there has been focused on if you see something say something campaign. these calls will likely come in as suspicious 6 of the complaints. if the local law-enforcement agencies are not aware of critical information pertaining to subject in their community they are on the state or fbi's rate are we missing a key piece of the puzzle. jenna: the new york city police chief testified the city remains the no. one target for, 20 to plot since 9/11 and credible plots in the last two years. i believe that is a new number. jenna: we will go in depth on this with national security council staff to keep our city save leader in the morning. jenna: some good news for chipotle. what federal officials say about the eagle and outbreak that sickened dozens around the country.
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>> bill cosby trying to get his criminal sexual assault case thrown out. bill cosby's attorneys insist the had a deal with prosecutorss but he would not be charged because of the testimony and his accuser's gregg: keith ten years ago. he admitted then that he gave her quaalude. the current da says there's no such agreement. live from the courthouse in northtown pennsylvania with more. >> reporter: this -- he has been accused by 50 women of sexual assault but faces criminal charges in this one case. bill cosby arrived from in the recounting courthouse this morning in an olive suit, a cane and suspenders with security insisting the comedian where a judge is hearing arguments on the so-called non prosecution agreement between bill cosby's lawyers and former d a bruce castor and investigated lower original case in 2005 brought by
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andrea this as bill cosby invited her to his home, gave her wine and kills to relax her and sexually assaulted her when she passed out. the dea investigated and decided not to press charges 11 years ago but convince bill cosby to give a deposition in a civil case which was later settled. 04 birdie a and bill cosby's lawyers agree there was an agreement not to use his testimony in a criminal case if charges were filed. that testimony included admissions by the comedian he gave women quaaludes while seducing them. >> we had this deal, had it with his lawyer, told his lawyer, testified at civil deposition we would not charge him and no other conditions that would be sufficient proof if the judge believes bruce caster. >> reporter: it is worth noting the so-called binding agreement in 2005 was in the form of a press release but no mention of
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immunity. caster has been on the stand since 10:00 this morning. we have a producer in the courtroom letting you know what happens. jenna: splitting the vote, hillary clinton and bernie sanders in a virtual tie. how does this set the stage for a long battle for the democratic nomination? and how the zynga viruses hitting one industry hard.
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jon: a quick look at what's happening now. hollywood stars are using the billionaire's words against him. this chiefs discussing how to fight isis at home. and teacher wins the lottery but her boyfriend says half the winnings belong to him. >> breathing a big sigh of relief. thank you, iowa. i'll keep fighting for you. i will always work to achieve the america i believe in. >> we are in this for the long haul. we are going to win states all over this country. if you don't win minnesota, we are in this to the convention. we are going to win some states,
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we'll lose some states. jenna: hillary clinton and bernie sanders locked in a virtual tie in iowa. mrs. clinton is trying to rally support in new hampshire. you are seeing a live shot at her event in new hampshire. former bill clinton pollster. political strategist. bernard, i'm curious and david i would like your thoughts as well. is this a one-off for sanders? we'll give him new hampshire because it's quote-unquote his home state being next to vermont. >> i think it's going to be a 2-off. bernie sanders has been a great voice in the campaign. but we have to rick that iowa and new hampshire are not the
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rest of the country. the only state that has a greater percentage of democratic primary voters is south carolina and the southern states and nevada. hillary clinton's advantage in south carolina is 37 points. as you move past the first two states you will have a different set of challenges for sanders and a different electorate. jenna: that's not what sanders says. do you think he's overly optimistic and do you agree with bernard or do you think he will be on a roll here? >> the fact that a 74-year-old self-described socialist from a small state can tie hillary clinton from iowa and will probably be the winner in new hampshire shows the clinton machine is week at best and how weak she is as a nominee.
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the democratic establishment can fool themselves into believing there is a fire wall in the southern states. and demographics are what gets hillary clinton the nomination. there are just as many states that favor bernie sanders with this demographic. and that discounts the fact that the single digest determinant is -- the single biggest determinant is winning. as you win you get more people on your side. we had one superdelegate in south carolina twitch from hillary clinton to bernie sanders. the dems can fool themselves that they have this fire wall in the south, but they have their superdelegates to make sure he doesn't get if the nomination. jenna: a lot of the iowa democrats describe themselves as
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socialist. there was this infamous exchange between chris matthews and the head of the dnc about the difference between a democrat and socialist. >> what is the difference between a democrat and socialist. i used to think there was a big difference. what do you think it is? between a democrat hillary clinton and bernie sanders. >> what's the difference between being a democrat and being a republican. >> what is the biggest difference between being a democrat and a socialist. >> the relevant debate we'll be having is what is the difference between the democrat and republican. jenna: some are pointing to this and say this is why bernie sanders is doing well in iowa an won't do well in other states. when you have see the head of the dnc struggling to explain the difference, one has to understand what is the, wonder
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what is the state of the democratic party. >> i think that was not debbie wasserman-schultz's finest hour. socialists believe in big government solutions, tax the rich and soak corporations. democrats believe in a market economy that needs proper regulations and guidance and believes in the market to help solve the problems. the fundamental realities of the electric that show bernie sanders will do well in iowa and new hampshire. but 30% of democrats are not socialists. they tend to be more centrist and pragmatic. democrats want a progressive who can win and bring healthcare to everyone. not someone with great ideas but ultimately the solutions are not
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going to work. jenna: it seems like that could be a defining variable of what a republican is. what do you think this means for the republican party and there is a battle within the party to define what a democrat is versus a socialist. >> bernard can better define who they are than their current chairman can. democrats have superdelegates in place for a reason. it's so if they don't like who the voters select they can put someone else in. for all of those folks still hoping elizabeth warren or joe biden become the nominee, as the seem scandal continues to percolate around hillary clinton an indictment could company time. the fact that she is losing to persony sanders, rules can be made to change.
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this democratic party has a long way to go until their convention. i can assure you it's not a done deal that hillary clinton will be the nominee for the democrats in 2016. jenna: bernard and david, i hope you will come back. jon: fears of the rapidly spreading zika virus are having an effect on the travel industry. the virus will reach nearly every nation in the americas. tourism-driven businesses now getting hit with a wave of cancellations. mike tobin live from chicago with more on all of that. reporter: one example is the airline industry. most u.s. air carriers saw their stock fall by 3%. jetblue was off 6%.
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one woman changed her honeymoon plans. >> we were planning and getting pregnant right after the honeymoon. i'm afraid what if i do get stung and the virus is in my body. no one is saying i would be safe. reporter: they are seeing an abnormal spike in births of children with microcephaly. in healthy adults the virus does not appear to be life-threatening. since the transmission is from mosquitoes, the virus can only spread in warm weather destinations. there are too many nations to list but you are talking about south america, mexico and the caribbean.
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travel agents are getting the calls. >> we are getting a lot of calls with clients who want to postpone their trip, cancel their trip, reschedule, or maybe go to a new destination. reporter: some airlines are giving travelers a break. in many cases they require paddock tore's note. some cruise lines are giving vouchers for future cruises. it seems travel insurance would be your best bet. jenna: we showed you a hillary clinton event in new hampshire. here is chris christie in new hampshire who is hoping to make some moves in that state. he has been holding town hall meetings. one of the things he talked about is those that came out on top, meaning ted cruz and marco rubio in iowa caucuses spent a lot of money.
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he's saying he didn't need to spend as much money and he's a better money manager because of that. summing up one of his themes today as he's trying to take his results and spin them in a way that can help him. we'll see if that's the case. we have a week until the primary. in the meantime, down south in florida, one coup is fighting in court over a million dollar lottery jackpot. he said he should get half and she says he shouldn't. isis renewing its call for violence in america. ♪
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then, a brutal act of teterror here at home.. it's time for a tested and proven leader who won't try to contain isis. jeb bush has a plan... to destroy them. and keep america safe. jeb bush: the united states should not delay in leading a global coalition to take out isis with overwhelming force. announcer: tested and proven leadership matters. jeb bush. right to rise usa is responsible for the content of this message. jenna: a teacher won a million dollars in 2007.
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her now ex-boyfriend tells jurors he paid for the raffle ticket. he said they had a long-standing deal to split the pot if:either one of them won. the teacher said she paid for the ticket and there was no deal. now the jury must decide if they had a binding contract. jon: police chiefs are testifying on the threat of homegrown terror. among the speakers, boston's former police commission more witnessed terror close up during the marathon bombing nearly 3 year ago. >> police officers respond the way they are trained. and dhs provided money to do that training, and we responded the way we prepared. that made all the difference in the world. if you do not train, you do not. jon: joining us now, pete
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hegseth and gillian turner formerly of the white house national security staff under presidents busch and obama. the chiefs of police are obviously worried about isis and its ability to reach into america and recruit terrorists right here at home. why can't we be better at preventing that? >> it's a relatively new threat. in the aftermath of 9/11. counter-terrorism officials were focused on two kind of terrorism. foreign and domestic. with the emergence of isis on the scene two years ago, that pair dime has been blown wide open with hope grown terrorism. and what we now know is through the internet, isis is able to connect with people they never had physical contact with and inspire them to commit acts in their names. this is the kind of threat we are facing at home.
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reporter: the vast majority of terror attacks have been conducted by people who have lived in this country at least five years. what does that say about the ideology and it appeal? >> you are exactly right. even though we have concerns about our southern borderer which is porous. the problem we face is this hope grown aspect. it's not just a big city thing. there is a police chief with central wisconsin at the hearing as well. it's not just boston and new york, it's across the country. when the threat is so disparate. you don't know where it' going to manifest itself. these are folks with legal status. and what studies have shown is there is no litmus test of gender, of class, of age, of job -- job satisfaction. they are muslims with some level of extremism.
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usually radicalized online. that can be difficult to track. and effective plots in san bernardino where it' tough to get an informant inside that. paris is what europe is dealing with, migrant and others. san bernardino is emmematic of what we've face here. jon: we have spent time going after al qaeda operatives. isis seems to be able to reach through the internet into people's homes and get them to conduct the strike we saw in san bernardino almost without lifting a finger. >> that's absolutely right. they are recruiting fighter at an unprecedented rate. they have a savings account to the tune of half a billion dollars. the new wave for isis in term of
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revenue, what we are learning is passport is a new way. illegitimate passport is a new way for them. raqqa headquarters has devoted a lot of time and energy connecting people with u.s. passports or people with passports that are from countries that are part of the u.s. visa waiver program. pavisa -- waiver program. the intel community will have to hone in on this in the next couple months. jenna: thank you both. jenna: politicians and pundits not the on ones weighing in on iowa caucuses. we'll tell you who else is weighing in. blizzard warning in effect on
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you. jenna: reaction to the iowa caucuses coming in not only from politicians, but hollywood as well. especially where donald trump is concerned. reporter: not that their opinion should mean anything, but a lot of celebrities are not shy about using their megaphone to benefit one candidate and blast another. while donald trump was humble in defeat. some celebrity could not resist
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dwb tweeting this trump quote from two years ago. no one remembers who came in second. the hardest thing donald trump has ever had to sell is second place. liberal comic carl reiner said i did enjoy seeing the wind get blown out of trump's sails. most celebrities here support democrats. lena dunham joins rosie o'donnell and others in a video supporting hillary. bernie sanders counts in his corner. will ferrell, and the red hot chili peppers.
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the one artist who does not want any candidate using her music is adele. she told the trump campaign to stop using her music to pump up the crowd. under copyright laws they have that right. if you want to have a campaign and get your band on the bandwagon first. jon: investigators may finally have a break in the mysterious disappearance of lauren
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