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>> don't smoke during the game. >> no alcohol, no drinking. >> king peyton? >> yes. >> have a good time. >> you are guys are taking all the fun out of it. >> drink plenty of water. >> it's all about fun. >> it is. have a great day. north korea launches a long range missile and rachettes up tensions with the outside world. south korea calling it a dangerous test and an intolerable provocation. seven gop presidential candidates hitting the campaign trail today hard after duking it out on the debate stage last night. our political panel, and others join us with the score card. one getting the prevention treatment. >> socialism to me. >> democratic socialism. >> what's the difference? >> huge difference. >> and saturday night live feels the burn.
the democrat socialist follows in the footsteps of hillary clinton and donald trump. welcome to news headquarters from washington i'm shannon breen. >> nice to be with you. i'mly land with itert. good sunday to you. >> it may be super bowl sunday but for fans in the granite state there is a different game in town. the state's presidential primary just two days away. seven republican presidential candidates had a fiery debate last night. here's just a sample. >> under chris christie's governorship of new jersey they have been downgraded nine times in their credit rating this. country already has a debt problem. we don't need the add to it by someone who has experience at running up and destroying the credit rating of his state. >> that's what washington, d.c. does, the drive by shot at the beginning with incorrect and incomplete information. then the memorized 25 second
speech. >> when you are president of the united states, when you are governor of a state, the memorized 30 second speech where you talk about how great america is at the edge of it doesn't solve one problem for one person. >> your state got hit by a massive snowstorm two weeks ago. you didn't want to go back. here's the notion that obama doesn't know what he is doing is not true. >> there it is, the memorized 25 second stij. >> how tough is it to take property from an elderly woman. >> let me talk. quiet. a lot of times -- a lot of times. that's all of his donors and special interests out there. he came prepared to be a tough guy tonight. >> many of the candidates reiterating their messages on the sunday show circuit today. we have team coverage. first we'll go to carl cameron keeping an eye on the gop race if bedford.
hey carl. >> reporter: marco rubio wrapped up an even up the road here. a good crowd for him, too. he obviously had a couple of rough patches last night. the campaign argues it was not a big deal. it was a saturday night, before the super bowl? >> no one would have seen it. but they are clearly concerned about it. and this morning on the sunday the incoming continued for rubio. jeb bush and chris christie on fox news sunday essentially going to the same well, that he is robotic. there are jokes he is cracking about his represent tig of the same lines last night. here's more of what we saw this morning on fox news sunday from christie and jeb bush. >> i am tested and prepared and ready. what i've been saying all week about senator rubio was on full display. he is not ready. he is a good guy but not ready to be president of the united states. >> he is a great sperg but he came across as scripted and robotic. and he just missed the sense of the -- the question was about leadership. can you make a tough decision?
and marco is gifted, you but he has never had the chance to actually make a tough decision like governors do. >> well, there is a decision that the rubio campaign has made today, that is they are not going to change you how he operates. they say he will continue to say it over and over and over again that barack obama in rubio's view is trying to change the american culture for what he considers to be the worst. he essentially said that in the morning show and has been saying that in his fooechbts events today. >> i believe, and that's what i'm going to continue to say. because it happens to be one of the may be reasons why i'm running. >> there you go. it's what i believe and what i'm going to continue to say. on the campaign trail today donald trump did something granite staters have been urging him to do. he went to a diner, a retail stop. he went to a french small breakfast nook that closes at
2:00 in the afternoon. it has been attracted democratic candidates the last few years. donald trump chose to go there. there is a fakous breakfast that consists of french fries and gravy. he saw it on the table in front of some of the residents and said what is that? because if you are not from question beck and you are not from new hampshire, you are not going to have seen fatine. >> see what he has been missing? it's quite a delicacy, as you know, carl. thank so much. >> great for a good hardy breakfast on a cold day. >> they have cold days in new hampshire. notwithstanding his big lead in the polls, bernie sanders is back in the granite state for a you confuse hard days of campaigning. hillary clinton, meanwhile, is in flint, michigan, today to meet with city leaders about the tainted water there. more on that later. ed henry is covering both
candidates for us life from portsmouth, new hampshire. as we saw, sanders was on saturday night live last night. how is his performance playing with voters. >> it's interesting, i talked to vote he is, asked if they saw it and they said yeah they liked it. hillary clinton doesn't seem to be laughing. she was stopping in to a dunkin donuts, and she said you know what, senator sanders to go to new york to be on saturday light live i'm going to flint to help the kids. remember she was on saturday night live a few months back but maybe doesn't have a sense of humor about it because senator sanders is giving her a tougher race than she expected. with bernie sanders pulling ahead nationally on top of his double digit lead even he is starting to feel the bern
peeling off his jacket at a rally. >> i feel like a rock and roll star. nothing more is coming off. that's it. >> reporter: and suddenly, hillary clinton making history as the first me fail president is no longer a slam dumping. so some of her friends, like matalin albright, are getting anxious about turning out women. >> there is a special place in hell for women who don't help each other. >> reporter: at the same event, which drew a small crowd in concord, senator booker reached into colonial history to make the case for clinton? we have not seen a person as qualified as her for the white house since george washington. >> reporter: while washington could not tell a lie about chopping down a cherry tree chinn has been dogged about her honesty and trustworthiness as sanders claim his campaign has caught fire by leveling with the american people. >> i think the reasons we are doing well in iowa, well in match, and we are doing better and better all across the country is we're doing something extremely radical.
we're telling the american people the truth. >> reporter: clinton aides insist his truth telling has fallen short because he cannot really pay for the socialist plans he is promising. and sanders attacks on her wall street ties have chattered his vow to never wage a negative campaign. >> i think it's time to end the artful smear that you and your campaign have been carrying out in recent weeks and let's talk -- let's talk about the issues. >> reporter: now, this morning here in new hampshire, marco rubio had a rally and criticized madeleine albright about a special place in hell for women who content help other women. rubio saying this is what the clinton catch is resorting to in the campaign. clinton was pressed about it. she has been saying look madeleine albright has been saying that comment for years. it's not just about this presidential race. basically, everybody should chel chill out. >> easy to chill out in new hampshire. awfully cold up there.
ed henry covering it for us. thanks ed. joining us to you, rick grinnel and dennis cue sin itch also a democratic candidate for president in 2004 and 2008. gentlemen, welcome to you both. >> good to be here. >> thanks, shannon. >> rick, starting with you, is it too soon to be writing a eulogy for rubio's presidential run this time. >> he has taken a lot of beating up this morning. >> yeah. look, he had the molt up. so governor christie and governor bush canh to do something to stop the momentum. i think it's clear that the rubio momentum has been slowed. you about i wouldn't go so far as to say that he had a terrible night. i think he took a lot of hits and he was shown to be too robotic on those hits. it's not the end of the world. his momentum is slowed. what needs now to happen is that he is going to have to come back and really confront this narrative that he's not qualified. it is a great governor's line in an attack on a senator.
i think it's very effective right now. and he's just going to have to come up with some ways to counterpunch that. >> congressman, what do you make by the argument that the governors are more battle tests, they have made tough decisions and that makes them inherently more qualified than someone who has served on the hill? >> when you watched the debate last night it's very clear that each governor made a case for his ascend antsy to the prezi. i thought governor kasich did a good job. and senator kristy was brawling but made a case about his leadership. and governors do have a background that recommend selves they was to executive office. not the only qualification, but i think it's something the american people received a lesson in last night. >> rick, i want to ask you, do
you think that people at home like to see these cuss ups? there were a couple of times where i felt clenched up on my couch thinking wow this is nasty. that's the nature of a campaign, it certainly will happen in the general. do you think when they go after each other do they score points or hurt the other candidate? >> i think they score points. shannon what are you doing home on a saturday night watching the debate. >> holmwork. it's a job. >> most people are not watching this debate. saturday night debates? real people have lives. unless you have to do it for work, unless you are supposed to be reporting on it. very few people are at home watching the debate. i think the important things are the peoples and the reporting on it afterwards. the attack line that governors do more, they absolute will he do more. and i think what donald trump
has been doing so long is making chris christie palatable. people are looking at chris christie and saying he is tough, not too tough, and he has a record. and i think the same with goochbor bush. he clearly showed he is a contefr, a conservative that governed for two terms. >> i also watched the town hall in the democrat debate with the two contenders and this battle between the two of them to argue who is more progressive, who is farther left? how does that work out for them once one of them gets to the general. >> the generate election is going to be dramatically different than the primaries. right now there is a contest for liberal and progressive votes. when one of the candidates emerge efrom the prime areas thy have to go into a broader electorate. i think at that point the talk is going to have to shift at well. hillary clinton in new hampshire is going to have to close the gap. if she does that, she will be able to move on to south
carolina and to nevada with a lot of promise. if bernie sanders in any way increases the margin, look out. >> don't you love this time of year? iowa was so much fun, and now match. >> we have a race. we have a race on both sides, shannon. it's unbelievable. >> and it's exciting. >> it is exciting. and you two are exciting, which is why we were very glad you were here with us today. rick, congressman, great to see you both. >> good to be here. >> thank you. it appears the bombing of an airliner in the skies over africa involved the help of at least one airport employee. and surveillance video may have captured the handoff of an explosive laden laptop to a passenger on the jet. our paul tilsly joins us more with what might have happened and what might be behind this attack. paul? >> reporter:ly land, was the bombing of the airlines airbus ea 321arlier this week an inside job?
investigate oorls say the explosion in flight was caused by a bot hidden in a laptop. fox news obtained closed circuit security video from the airport officials are caring this hand off to a laptop to a passenger shortly before the plane took off. in the video, an airport worker in a branded vest and a man causely dressed is seen walking from the top to the bottom of the picture alone a walkway to one of the open departure lounges. the man in the white shirt is carrying a small laptop. this area is known as air side. passengers and airport staff are supposed to go through security checks including exray machines before being permitted into this area. within minutes a lone person can be seen walking towards the camera along the walkway. investigators believe this is the man who carried the man who carried the laptop on word and
later fell out of the plane to his death after the blast occurred moments after takeoff. the man in the white shirt and the man in the airport vest come back into the bottom of the frame, stop, and all three men move off within seconds. fox news has been informed that several airport officials have been arrested in connection with the blast. >> more on that as it happens. also a motive on this. paul tilsly, thank you. more survivors pulled from from rubble in eye tan after the massive earthquake. we are going to get more on those believed still alive but trapped. hillary clinton says she is 100% confident the fbi will not find anything wrong with her controversial e-mail set up. we'll also go back to match where the heat from last night's debate is still burning up the campaign trail.
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u.n. security council just wrapped an emergency session strongly condemning the launch of a north korean missile which they say used blisic missile technology. the u.s. and other countries suspect the communist country is trying to develop a long range missile that could deliver a nuclear weapon. pyongyang says this is all part of a peaceful space program. >> translator: i don't know how to say how happy i felt when i heard the news that the launch of the satellite was successful it made me really feel that we are such a powerful country. >> let's check in with kristen fisher who has the latest develops. >> reporter: the u.n. security council just yapd up an emergency meeltding to discuss a potential international response to this rocket launch. it happened about 16 hours ago. north korea fired off a long range rocket of it was closely tracked by the u.s., japan, and south korea.
u.s. officials say it pose nod immediate threat but the potential long term dang remembers clear. remember this comes just one month after north korea's fourth nuclear test. the u.n. security council is discussing how best to respond to that. now this this rorkt launch to respond as well. the white house is now calling for serious consequences. national security adviser susan rice said, quote, north korea's missile and nuclear weapons program represents serious threats. we call upon the international community to stand together and demonstrate to north korea that its reckless acts must have serious consequences. now this rocket launched just 30 minutes before last night's republican debate. senator ted cruz was asked, if president, would he have ordered a preemptive strike to destroy this missile? cruz said he wouldn't speculate but he would discuss his fears of an eelectromagnetic pulse that could fry our electrical grid. >> one of the real rinks of this
launch, north north korea wants to launch a satellite, and one of the greatest risks is they would place a nuclear weapon in the satellite and they would detonate the weapon and set off an electromat nettic pulse, which could take down the grid and potentially killing millions. >> the u.s. and south korea are talking about deploying a missile defense system in south korea. china has said quote it's deputily concerned. there is a lot at stake and a lot of moving parts as the u.n. security council considers what to do next. >> kristen. the world is very complicated. thank you. leeland? hillary clinton's story about her home grew e-mail server with top secret on it continues to evolve. in a debate recently, she
claimed that fears among democrats aren't really that warranted because the fbi investigation into her home brew server is just a, quote, security review. but is this really the case? congressman mike pompeo on the select committee of intelligence joins us now. you think about this and her splfrgs. first there was no top secret information of now there is top secret information, the fib though is doing a security review. to your knowledge, does the fib routinely do security reviews. they don't. i have had a chance to read the 22 top secret e-mails and i can assure everyone watching today that there is important national security information contained in those and they were for skmopts months stored on a server that was not protected the way national security information must be protected. it posed risks to soldiers and sailors and air force and marines all across the world. i'm confident the fbi investigation will continue.
>> there is a possibility, there has been discussion about whether there should be an indictment. you all the time review classified information obviously because of your position. question, based on what you know, the e-mails that you know and the thing that you have seen that were on her server, what do you think would have thapd to you if you had done the same thing? >> i would lose my security clearance and be removed from the house intelligence committee. and that was would be totally appropriate, it would be the right thing to do. if i had demonstrated such willingness to intentionally circumstance up vent the efforts to keep america safe. this wasn't accidental. she didn't make an error. she set up the server with the intention of circumstance up venting the system designed to safeguard us. i would. >> you would be worried? >> yes, sir. >> obviously say she is she is 100% confident, which i guess is something she has to say on the
campaign trail. you have endorsed marco rubio, you campaign for him. offly the debate was last night. you watched. less than 2 hours after the debate a pro clinton group put up this and many republicans are talking about him as a man who can't get off his talking points. >> let's start with the fiction that obama doesn't know what he is doing. he knows kpagly what he is doing. we are not facing a president that doesn't know what he is doing. he knows what he is doing. let's espout with the fiction that boom obama doesn't know what he is doing. he knows exactly what he's doing. anybody who believes barack obama isn't doing what he is doing on purpose doesn't understand what he is doing here. >> at least on twitter and on the season shows your man is getting shell acted. is it a fair criticism? >> it doesn't surprise me that secretary clinton is attacking marco rubio. >> republicans are as well. >> she doesn't want to campaign against him. there was no one on the stage that night who was prepared to perform the most fundamental funk that is commander in chief.
the three governors combined do not have the experience with national security that senator rubio possesses. >> why didn't he make that point. >> i think he did. he talked about all he had accomplished legislatively and his role in national security over the past few years as well. i think what happened in iowa and what i expect to happen in tuesday in new hampshire will demonstrate that americans understand that task and senator rubio's ability to lead in a place after barack obama has put the country at risk. >> when you talk about the ability the lead, that means to take serious incoming and react under pressure. the criticism levelled by some of the governors was that when faced with real crit tichl under real pressure he went back to his talking points, back to his talking points, back to his talking points. why didn't we see a moor dynamic response to chris christie? >> i have a different view. when you are at 3% you scrap for whatever you can. you hear that from some of the
folks who are not doing as well. that voters have rejected. i think he goes back to what he thinks was important. he is talking about his message for a new american century. he has done that for nopt and it has paid off, paid off by him going to a place in the polls to today, where secretary clinton is feeling she has to attack him as well. >> if you look at the trend leans in iowa right now he is going up, donald trump is going down. we'll see what happens on tuesday. >> yes, sir. >> thanks for coming in. looking forward to have been you back, sir. >> shannon? >> still to come, what do you get when you mix, ice, snow, and automobiles? it's not a good result. wouldle' explain this next. plus the gloves came off last night in new hampshire as the republican presidential candidates duked it out ahead of tuesday's primary. we'll have the highlights and some call them the lowlights, next. we need the tickets, do you know who has the tickets?
>> former florida governor, jeb bu bush. >> ladies and gentlemen, the republican candidates. and dr. ben carson, please come out on the stage. he is stand willing as well. dr. carson. >> and donald trump. >> and lastly, we welcome back to the debate stage, donald trump. >> it's so noisy in here. yes, we're going to introduce ohio governor, john kasich.
>> it doesn't get better no matter how many times you watch it. it was a rocky start to last night's republican debate in new hampshire. for some of the stage it only got worse. others rose to the occasion. watching were some of the 300,000 undeclared voters in new hampshire, and they can choose on tuesday if they want to vote in the republican or the democratic primary. one of the places they looked to for information is the new hampshire union leader, their executive editor trent spinner joins us now. we know your paper endorsed chris christie a while ago. we also understand you are on the news side not the editorial side. the three they have been covering a lot, christie, kasich, and bush, because they have been spending so much time in knapp new hampshire, give us a sense whether or not the time they spend in new hampshire has been paying off. >> i think you hit the nail on the head when you said there are more than 300,000 undeclared
voter here who can decide who primary they are going vote in. they can make the difference. you have candidates who spent lot of time here, christie, bush, rubio, and these people are the ones who are -- i think a lot of people are really looking to see how they were going to do during the debate. a lot of people in new hampshire they don't care about what iowa says, they don't care what the polls say they want to see these candidates themselves. i think the didn'ts with a huge game changer. >> as we watched what happened this morning, carl cameron was reporting on what donald trump performed, his dirs retail visit, it's not something mr. trump has done in match although he is leading in the polls. if new hampshirites want to meet the candidates why are they supporting someone who hasn't done the applicationing they
desire. >> in new hampshire we have had more than 80 polls in the field. at a certain point you get tired of picking up the phone and telling pollsters who you are going to vote for. i think the polls -- the other thing, if you look at the polls they are more than 50% undecided here. i think you have to be really careful with the polls. yes, donald trump is leading in the polls. what does that really mean? can he transform those polls into votes? i think in the last week he has really started doing retail politics, which as you said he hasn't done before because i think if the you look at iowa, there were 11 polls saying he was going to win and he didn't. i think that he is really trying to retune his campaign here to figure out a way to make sure that he is turning all this support in the polls to voters who are actually going to come out for him on tuesday. >> yes, it's something he definitely had a hard time doing in iowa, in terms of not having a ground game and the like. quickly, in our last 30 seconds or so, switching to the delts,
does new hampshire make clinton the second clinton to be the comeback kid? or is this a bernie sanders all the way? >> you know, there you go with the polls there say that she's down by about 20 points. but i just don't know if that's the case. you know, look back to 1992. the clintons have a really long history here. and they have a lot of connections with the political establishment, the governor, the sitting u.s. senator. i mean there are a lot of people here who are working for the clinton campaign. and they have a big machine. yes, she is down in the polls here but i wouldn't write her off yet. >> all right. mr. spinner we precious your work, your reporting, you ginning us, and we know that on wednesday you will get a good night's sleep, once this is all over. thank you sir. >> thank you. a programming note, today on fox news sunday chris wallace talks to three current and former governors running. you might remember from the debate there was a lot of focus on them. some say the governor's really broke out last night. bush, kasich, christie.
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earthquake. they have already rescued about 170 survivors. but according to some reports out of taiwan, almost 200 could still be trapped. >> translator: hang in there. we are drilling in and will soon be there. no need to panic. you have to save your energy. >> easier said than done. families of those missing are anxiously, as you might imagine, waiting for any news. >> translator: he is a great boy. he always thinks of me. he worries about me being single and lonely, that no one is taking care of me. he always urges me to take care of myself. >> at last count, the earthquake had already killed at least 26 people. obviously that number could rise. it's what michigan officials are struggling to clean up the
crisis caused by drinking water there tainted with lead. the disaster has poisoned residents and is potentially linked to an outbreak of leej mayor's disease that killed nine or ten people. now how state and local officials are struggling to contain the issue and save others from suffering from the same fate. congresswoman debra dingell is here seems the more you dig into the story it seems labor they could have acted sooner. i know there are congressional hearings, state and criminal investigations. do you think we will get a good answer about what happened? >> government at every level failed the people of flint. we need to take several messages from this. first we need to make sure they have got immediately what they need. i was meeting with a woman of a 6-year-old who has lead in her stomach and chronic pain.
we have to if i have them the resources they need. we have to figure out what it's going to take to fix the damage that's bond done. the amount of money that's needed. and then we need to get the facts and hold accountable those that did it and make sure it doesn't happen again in any american city. we have to make sure it doesn't happen any place else. >> in part it seems like this was triggered because flit had a financial crisis going on. there was a recommendation to change the sourcing of the water. that happened. now we are talking about potentially hundreds of millions of dollars to try to help the children and everybody who is affected and terrified to turn on their tap water.they don't any if they can shower in it. certainly aren't drinking in it. >> there is no trust. that's one of the big problems and they are not getting straight information. you had a governor who said if i had a gran child it's safe to bathe in the water and the attorney general said it's not safe for his children to bathe
in the water. nobody can tell them what's accurate or not. because all of the trust is gone we know when washington, d.c. had a lead problem they iced a chelcal to coat the water and it worked. but they don't trust anybody that the water is safe. who do you believe? how do you know the water is really safe? that's one of the problems. >> the cleanup taking a long time of it's going to take long toorm time for people to trust even if the water tests clean. where is all the money going to come from? who should oversee this? >> the problem is nobody has credible. i think the epa has stepped in and they have been testing the water. is good news is there is a trend that most of the homes have shown a downward level in what those that are using filters on their water, that's the right thing do. the university of michigan professor is mapping out the pipes that need to be replaced. and we have got to come -- this is a man made crisis by the state of michigan. they have got the lead
responsibility to figure out and fix it. federal government is going to have to help. >> i don't see financially how else it could be resolved of while you are here, wold love to ask you about the democratic side of the presidential race a town hall and a debate this week. i understand that you endorsed hig. >> i did. >> she is going to have a tough time in new hampshire. she acknowledges that. do you think she will ultimately be able to overcome the challenge by brnds and the legal issues she is facing right now. >> i think people are trying to make the legal issues more than they are. i have known hillary clinton for decades. we both were spouses, both had our careers and brains separate from our husbands. konds leeza rice and collin powell used the same type of servers. >> not exactly the same. >> it did get reclassified.
everybody is investigating this. the follows are showing that it's tightening between her and bernie sanders in new hampshire. that's a win for her right now. i don't think bernie sanders can be elected president of the united states. i greatly respect him. i thank him for the issues that he is talking about. but i think hillary clinton is proving that she would be a very effective president. >> they have certainly made it interesting in the debates this week. we'll keep watching. thank you for coming up. we certainly want to keep in touch with you on all the developments in flint. >> thank you. coming up on "america's news headquarters," important question, how did all of these cars end up in the lake? well, we're going to tell you. and it is time for food, commercials, even some football. we are just hours away to a broncos quik victory in super bowl 50. we are going to look at the festivities in san francisco and also tell what you next year's super bowl host city is doing to prepare. at ally bank, no branches equals great rates. it's a fact. kind of like bill splitting equals nitpicking.
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remove the partially submerged cars and trucks. there were no injuries there. the main attraction at the winter celebration includes the national snow sculpting championship. and, as you can see, artisans spent three very chilly days in temperatures that were freezing. what ended up being impressive ice sculptures. >> excellent work. all right. we are hours away from super bowl 50 but the partying has already started in san fran. mark cuban throws a good party. today the nfl experience is drawing crowds of fans. as one fan says at the end of the day, this is not true we're all on the same team.
>> he got stage fright. he was going to say we're on the same team. >> not in a game like this. >> most of us will spend the next couple of hours picking up last-minute snacks. right now officials are in san francisco to try and observe exactly how the security there works. a lot of security and a blue angels flyover to match. if football isn't your cup of tea john stossel has a brand-new special on the tech revolution tonight at 8:00 and 11:00 p.m. eastern. >> they look happy but these smurfs are feeling blue today. we're going to tell you after the break. and carnivale is under way in brazil.
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saw, there ain't no party like a smurf party. more than 2,000 gnome enthusiasts came out in germany. papa smurf and smurfettes partied together to break the record. but despite the effort, which appears to be considerable, they failed. >> oh. >> the little gremlins fell short by just 361 people. neither a slow economy nor the zika virus is stopping carnivale revelers who partied in the streets of rio de janeiro during the celebration. authorities have warned pregnant women to stay clear of kissing strangers, which i think generally for pregnant women is good advice. >> good idea. >> but as a time-trusted tradition, as new reports suggest, zika is linked to thousands in brazil could be transmitted through saliva. all bets are off during
carnival. i've been to brazil. >> i'm not sure what you can add to that. >> we can leave it there. that's our best advice. >> no kissing if you're pregnant. no kissing strangers. there you go. >> see you next sunday. i'm chris wallace reporting from manchester, new hampshire. today, the governors. they started as the front-runners in the gop race for president. now they're fighting just to stay alive. >> you have not been involved in a consequential decision where you had to be held accountable. you just simply haven't. >> let me talk. quiet. he thinks he can impose anything he wants. he's not a king. he's a president. >> we'll talk with all three as they battle in the gop establishment lane against a rising marco rubio. >> this notion of barack obama doesn't know what he's doing is just not true. >> there it is. there it is the memorized