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>> there's magic in the air with the campaign. to reshine america, to restore the spirit of america and leave no one behind. >> our disappointment is not on you. it's on me. >> we are going to make america great again. >> wow. everyone, welcome in to "fox & friends." another special edition. we're live in manchester, new hampshire, and also in new york city, as ushl. -- as usual. >> that gives you a taste of what's unfolding. >> sorry to interrupt your breakfast, steve. >> steve doocy with breakfast and his tribute to rick santorum with the sweater vest. very nice, steve. >> listen -- listen, here's the thing, brian, i'm in new hampshire. i don't know if you noticed, new hampshire is a you better be wearing a sweater state all the time. once again today we're at the airport diner where yesterday if you were watching the program, and of course you two were, but the people we talked to in the diner were actually predictive of who ultimately would win big
here in new hampshire, bernie sanders and, of course, donald trump, who crushed his republican competition. >> you were so funny yesterday. i loved how during one of the blocks you had donald trump actually in the kitchen before he came out to juminterview. maybe you brought him luck. >> he office fire. >> on the show today, governor jeb bush feeling good about the results last night. senator marco rubio with the most interesting speech after a primary that i have heard. and donald trump will be here live. steve, to give a taste, you actually did something i've never seen before -- talk to a candidate right before they're about to give their victory speech. >> that's right. we'll see that in a minute. the big headline out of new hampshire this morning are the trump train -- hoot, hoot -- rolled with 35%, crushing the balance of the republican candidates. also john kasich, we wonder
who'd would be number two, it's the guy from ohio. then ted cruz who had so much wind at his back after iowa, he comes in third. but the question is, who after that? right now it looks like jeb bush and marco rubio, who i think everybody would agree has had not a very good couple of days after the iowa debate. >> yeah. that splintered field -- >> in new hampshire. >> that splintered field, many pundits saying, actually helps donald trump because nobody is really emerging. some campaigns in question, governor chris christie, carly fiorina, and dr. ben carson. >> right. just on those precincts reporting, still 8% have to file in. so at 92%, just thousands of votes separating them. we could find out how the delegates are going to be divided and how the candidates are positioned. on the democratic side, no surprise that bernie sanders won. what was a surprise is the margin of victory, steve. he wins by 22 points. >> 22 points. and that, of course, is after an
uncomfortable win by hillary clinton in iowa by less than 1%. >> you know, of course, yesterday, and anna you mentioned a moment ago, we had donald trump in the kitchen. when he was here, i said, hey, tonight before the big speech, how about if i come over and talk to you. as it turned out, after he was declared the winner -- and for a while on one of the other channels he was in the 40s. when he was declared the winner between his victory sweep and the victory party, i was standing right there, and we talked to him with the first on-camera one on one. donald trump, congratulations. >> thank you very much, steve. great honor. >> you know, are you surprised at the margin? it's a big number. >> it is a big number. it was across the board. i'm thrilled. men and women, young and old. i'm so happy about it. >> reporter: you know we're a one-man turnout machine, yesterday you said if you're sick, i don't care if your wife is leaving you --
>> they listened, and they were great. the people have been incredible. new hampshire's a wonderful place. you know, i told you i know new hampshire long before the electoral thing. and it is just a wonderful, wonderful place. and now tonight we'll be going to south carolina which is another one. we were there last week. we filled up the stadium. it was incredible, with the people. a lot of love in south carolina. but new hampshire, the people have treated us so well. happy about it. >> reporter: a year ago, you were just a businessman, running a big business. now just won the new hampshire primary. how does that happen? >> well, i don't know. i mean, it was a message, we'll make america great again. very simple, we'll make america great again. trade, military, vets, we're going to get rid of obamacare, we're going to come up with something that's so good, so much less expensive for people. they're suffering with health care, and we're going to do some special things. >> yeah. you have said on the campaign trail that you start getting some wins, you might change the tone. you going to change the tone a
little bit? >> i think i will a little bit. when we started, we had 17 people not including the dems. we had a lot of people and have to be aggressive. but as we get closer, i think we'll change it a little. >> steve in a half hour we'll see the rest of it -- >> that's exactly right. you'll see more exclusively on "fox & friends." >> that was so interesting. you stopped the trump train. behind was every trump on the planet. they're on their way. they had to talk to you first. >> that's right. >> so let's talk it who came in number two and the big stories to emerge. governor kasich said that's my wateralthou ds wat waterloo. you have to take your hat off to governor kasich who had over 100 town halls. thousands of doors knocked on. his team turned out. he was elated to get his 16%, steve. >> absolutely. and then you've got somebody else who was here in the diner with us yesterday. that is governor chris christie.
he did not have a good showing. and keep in mind, a lot of people thought, well, after he completely took apart marco rubio in the debate, this past weekend he might do better. as it turns out, he did not. now his campaign is on life support. he's going back to new jersey later today. and he's not even going to qualify for the debate coming up this weekend. >> some numbers we gave yesterday is that governor christie has $1.4 million in the bank heading in to south carolina should he decide to go. we haven't heard any reason to believe he isn't going. but the punch is that he -- punches he landed on senator rubio hurt him. even if it didn't help christie too much, as we're seeing with the numbers as they come in. but we heard senator rubio initially after saturday's performance unapologetic saying, i'll say it again, i'm trying to separate myself from president obama, slamming his record, saying it over and over. now yesterday after watching the numbers come in, he says, yes, i did poorly on saturday. and that may have affected my performance in the voting in new
hampshire. let's listen. >> our disappointment tonight is not on you. it's on me. it's on me. i did not -- i did not do well on saturday night. so listen to this -- that will never happen again. >> steve, i've never heard anything quite like that. and i thought it was refreshing. instead of blaming, instead of saying we're going to move on, instead of saying, blurring what happened, i take responsibility, i learned from it. i'm moving on to south carolina. he really, if he had kept the momentum going, theoretically, he could have knocked out kasich, come in second, and sent a message to cruz. instead, cruz is a solid third. and governor kasich, even though he doesn't have much support as of yet in the south, feels as though he can live to fight another day. >> right. surely. and last night, when some of the early exit polls were coming in, i sent a simple note on text message, i wrote, "brian, you owe me a dollar."
the -- you wrote back question mark, question mark, question mark. the reason was last week we were talking about who would come in at number two. i said kasich. i think you thought i was crazy. you owe me a dollar when i come to town tomorrow. >> i'll pay you a dollar, but i still think you're crazy. >> all right. >> so steve, now i know. >> okay. that was good. steve's going to tell us exclusively about the interview. there's more from it in the hall, stopping the trump train. it's fantastic. congratulations on doing that. meanwhile, what about the left side of the democratic bill? >> yeah. we'll look at the democrats now. hillary clinton feeling the bern this morning. losing to bernie sanders by double digits. >> more now from manchester and that part of the race. rich? >> reporter: good morning. the polls and predictions had bernie sanders winning. for him to capture momentum, he was going to have win significantly here, and he has done so. hillary clinton fails to mitigate much of that damage.
60% go to bernie sanders, according to the exit poll or pollings that we're seeing now, with 92% reporting. 38% for hillary clinton. so for bernie sanders, it's a winning message among democrats, an almost singular focus on wall street and what he calls the influence of wealthy americans. >> together we have sent the message that will echo from wall street to washington, from maine to california. [ cheers ] >> i know i have some work to do, particularly with young people. i will repeat again what i have said this week. [ cheers ] even if they are not supporting me now, i support them. >> the nevada caucuses are up next. those are in ten days. the real clear politics average of polls taken before this primary had hillary clinton up about 20% points. sanders hoping that changes now with a major victory here in new
hampshire. back to you. >> we saw it before, rich, when a candidate named barack obama got momentum from early victories and then changed the calculus everywhere. rich, thank you very much. >> hillary clinton counting on the latino vote and african-american vote in south carolina. bernie sanders is meeting with al sharpton reportedly at a soul food restaurant in harlem, trying to court that vote. >> and sylvia had lunch with bill o'reilly at one time. who paid the bill. heather? good morning, everyone. hope you're off to a good day. a couple of headlines now. new overnight, an alaskan airlines plane diverted after a drunk passenger threatens crew members. watch this. [ applause ] >> fellow passengers doing that as the guy was led away from police. the flight was headed from boston to san diego when the man became unruly. the plane had to land in denver. also developing overnight, a
florida senator calling into an investigation into the cruise ship we've been telling you about. the one that went right into a major storm. remember this? that would be scare oh board. high winds -- scary on board. high winds tossing furniture on the royal caribbean ship deck over the weekend. frightened passengers forced to stand by and watch. the storm had been forecast for days before that ship went right into it. senator bill nelson is calling for an ntsb investigation. that ship is expected to return to new jersey today. and you know donald trump and bernie sanders won the new hampshire primary. pundits have been reacting to this all morning long. a reporter then asked san antonio spurs coach gregg popovich for his thoughts. popovich is known for saying very little during an interview. he was left speechless with this question. >> your impressions of the first quarter? >> we're behind, and they're ahead. >> you want election results?
>> what is it -- sanders and trum trump? >> there you go. like trump and sanders, his spurs also won last night. didn't have a lot to say there. those are your headlines. i'll see you in a little bit. >> thank you very much. >> thanks. 13 minutes after the hour. coming up on the program -- hillary clinton claims the media is biased against her. she may have more control over reporters than she's letting on. the emails just released ahead. >> "the atlantic." the next question, who's in and who's out? governor chris christie heading back to new jersey for a change of clothes. sidelining his campaign, and who's going to join him if that's true?
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strategies examining that. lisa booth joins us to look at who probably will not go on. just looking at the -- the leader board. great to see you. it's trump with 35, kasich, 16, cruz roughly now at 12 followed by jeb bush at 11, rubio at 11, christie at 8, fiorina at 4, carson at 2. you look at the bottom and wonder who -- who is going to move on with strength to south carolina. what do you think? >> you do wonder that. no republican candidate has gone on to win the nomination without -- in the last 40 years, without winning iowa or new hampshire. part of what these early states provide is it's about money and momentum. it's about making sure that your donors feel that you have a path to victory. it's about delegates, as well. right now if you're a chris christie, carly fiorina or carson, it's hard to make the case to your donors and voters to stay with you. if you see someone like ben
carson, yes, he's raising money. that might keep him in a little bit longer because of that fact. >> ben carson says i'm going on. carly fiorina says i'm making plansing to to nevada and -- plans to go to nevada and south carolina. what about chris christie with only $1 million left in the bank. what do you think? >> i think it's tough for him. there are so many candidates in that establishment lane where he is. john kasich's second-place finish helps give him momentum and show that he deserves to stay? the race. auto -- stay in the race. jeb bush can argue to donors that he can stay in the race. if you're chris christie, where does your support come from when there's all these other individuals that are sort of in that establishment lane that are taking up the delegates that you need to get through and to make it to south carolina and beyond. i think that's a difficult case for him to make at this moment. >> you know, what's interesting is that even though as of now governor jeb bush only has a point differential between him
and rubio, rubio disappointed, bush feels invigorated. he's got a good ground game in place and his brother poised to help. >> here's the thing about marco rubio. i mean, he kind of set up this expectation game that he was going to be this 3-2-1 strategy, that he was going to get third-place finish in iowa, second in new hampshire, and going to win south carolina. i think that case gets a little bit more difficult for him to build because you've got to win one of these early primary states. the difficulty for a lot of these guys is there are so many strong candidates that have deep pockets, that are able to raise money, that got strong donor bases. it's difficult to go the distance unless you get a win under your belt. for marco rubio, i think it's going to be tough. he's got to try to win south carolina. he's got to win one of these states. >> he's got big endorsements. probably the best ground game out donald trump would be ted cruz. it's going to be fascinating. we'll talk to you again. >> it will. thank you very much. coming up straight ahead, hillary clinton burned by bernie sanders.
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polls in new hampshire. yep, the swine alaskaned a nearby farm -- escaped a nearby farm and headed to a polling station in pelham. police were able to escort the 6 hundred-pig from the area. his owner picked him up. 25 minutes after the hour. new hampshire is feeling the bern. bernie sanders crushing hillary clinton with a double-digit blow. >> together, we have sent the message that will echo from wall street to washington, from maine to california. >> i know i have some work to do. particularly with young people. i will repeat again what i have said this week. even -- even if they are not supporting me now, i support them. >> wow. clinton camp -- clinton's camp is vowing a stronger showing in south carolina.
will a split democratic party only help to serve donald trump? let's ask two democrats joining us. from the accountability project and democratist strategist jessica tarlov. thanks for joining us. you were with us yesterday trying to figure out the spread. one said over ten. one said under ten -- >> i was way wrong. >> i won! >> 22 points. jessica, what's the biggest issue? is it that honesty and trustworthy number? >> absolutely. when you look ted exit polls and -- looked at the exit polls and 11% said that experience mattered, and bernie sanders won honesty and trustworthiness, i think 95-5. i think there's no other explanation from this. the voters don't trust her, especially the young voters. bernie sanders won every single demographic group. i can't remember the last time we saw this. women, men, blue-collar workers. it was an extraordinary showing, and congratulations to the sanders camp. >> and you heard from hillary
clinton herself. young people may not be supporting me now, but i support you. bernie sanders seems to be stealing that valuable voting block from her, particularly young women. >> trust is a big factor. bernie sanders is also talking about the issues that they care about. they're worried about the economy. they want to break up the big banks. if you want things to stay as they are, hillary clinton is your choice as a democrat. but for those who are still hurting, who want to break up the big banks, raise the minimum wage to $15 an hour, who want to end massive incarceration, you know, bernie sanders is the guy. and that's -- those are the issues that those under 44, not entirely young people, care about. and that's the future of the party. >> well, having a split party certainly affects the messaging and money. and that doesn't help. mr. trump was on our program yesterday. he said this about hillary clinton -- >> hillary has a dose of trump two weeks ago when she called my sexist. i know many people in the campaign. the last person she wants to run
against is me. i just would love to run against her. i don't know that she's going to get the chance. she's got a lot of problems. >> jessica, despite what trump says, you think it's senator rubio that they're scared of. >> i do, absolutely. i don't think that donald trump scares hillary clinton actually. i mean, right now i think bernie sanders is what scares her. and we are heading into states where she has a firmer hold. as we discussed yesterday, bernie sanders has been doing better with groups as they get to know him. she's got to work hard to keep the minority vote as we head south. but marco rubio to me is the ticket on the gop side to win a national election. >> and what do you say? >> i agree with jessica that everybody is scared of marco rubio. i wouldn't doubt donald trump. i think people are surprised by what he's done. the ability to attract the working class white vote that used to be a democratic vote, to attract independents who slightly lean liberal on social issues, those are key demographics that hillary clinton needs to win. and the more she -- this primary trots out, the more money she's spending. and he has all the money in the
world supposedly. >> right. yeah. if he wants to spend it. >> less than bloomberg -- >> the working class, for sure. thank you very much for the time. appreciate it. 28 minutes after the hour. stunning results, right? coming up on the program, a "fox & friends" exclusive with the man of the morning, backstage access with donald trump and his family the moment they got the results. and trump's outsider appeal didn't get him the win in iowa. so what was different about new hampshire? we've got the exit polls and the results are fascinating. avo: when laquinta.com sends craig wilson a ready for you alert the second his room is ready, ya know what he becomes? client: great proposal! let's talk more over golf. craig: great. client: how about over tennis craig: even better. avo: a game changer! avo: the ready for you alert, only at laquinta.com. then you might beformance laptogearcentric.e bff?
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in the hallway. but -- ben? ben? come on out. ben? [ applause ] >> you can go now. >> that is so wrong. >> he couldn't hear. that was not his fault. it was acoustics. abc should have done something more. >> do you know who stood next to him, steve? donald trump. he felt bad. he was going to wait with ben carson which is a perfect segue, if i say so myself, to your exclusive interview. >> that's right. yesterday, we had the donald here on "fox & friends." he was back in the kitchen helping sue, his favorite waitress who also is on duty this morning here at the airport diner. he said, hey, steve, stop by the hotel tonight after the big victory. if there is a victory. as it turns out, there was. so after he had received the word from his victory speech, victory suite that he had won, he was going to give the victory speech. between the two of them, there i was with the camera, talked to him for a while in this tv
exclusive. here's donald trump right after he won. donald trump, congratulations. >> thank you very much, steve. great honor. >> you know, are you surprised at the margin? it's a big number. >> it is a big number. and it was across the board. i'm thrilled, men, women, young, old, everybody. i'm so happy about it. >> you were a one-man turnout machine. you said, i don't care if you're sick, i don't care if your wife is leaving you. >> well, they listened, and they were great. the people have been incredible. new hampshire's a wonderful place. i told you, i know -- knew new hampshire long before the electoral thing. and it is just a wonderful, wonderful place. now tonight, we'll be going south carolina, another one. we were there last week. we filled up the stadium. it was incredible. a lot of love in south carolina. but new hampshire, the people have treated us so well. >> a year ago, you were just a business man, big business. now you just won the new hampshire primary. how does that happen? >> well, i don't know.
it was a message, we're going to make america great again. simple, we're going to make america great again. trade, military vets, get rid of obamacare, come up with something so good, so much less expensive for people. they're really suffering with health care. we're going to do some special things. >> you know, you have said on the campaign trail that you start get something wins, you might change the tone. you going to change the tone a little bit? >> i think i will a little bit. when i started out, we had 17 people, not including the dems. we had a lot of people and have to be aggressive. as we get closer, i think we'll change it maybe a little bit. not too much, right? >> no. you wouldn't be donald trump. >> soften it a little. >> what about people who say, i like stuff he says, but he's not very presidential? >> i think we're very presidential. i have a lot of things going in terms of presidential. what i have is so many business people, the greatest business people in the country. they want to join and want to
help us with trade. we have people negotiating trade deals that are in many cases political hacks. they shouldn't be doing this. we have some of the greatest people in the world, carl icon and many others. they want to be involved and help us out because we're losing so much money on a country level. military's going to be the same thing. we'll have the top people in the military, top people for health care. something will be really, really special. we still have a fight. we still have a lot of talented people. >> what about the people standing behind us? did they have anything to do with -- >> a lot to do. this is milania and ivanka. derek, jared, don, vanessa. great people they were with me 1,000%. >> reporter: i heard pundits already on television tonight. they said, you know, bad night for the gop establishment. what do you say about that. >> i don't think establishment or non-establishment. i think about one thing -- we're going to make great deals for our country.
>> reporter: thank you very much. go give the big speech. >> okay. >> wow. nice. >> and steve, we heard mr. trump saying before that his family would be joining him on the campaign trail more. do you know if they're going to south carolina, as well? >> reporter: i believe they are. they were in new hampshire the day before and day before and day before. they rode home last night to new york on his jet. i believe this morning they're heading south for south carolina. >> great job, steve. we'll be seeing that again later. and donald trump will be joining us live. to catch him right before one of the biggest moments in his life as he thanked his parents who must be proud of him. when he went to the stage, you captured him right before. great job. coming up later with donald trump will be marco rubio and governor jeb bush. we'll check back in with steve at the diner. meanwhile, donald trump with a big win in new hampshire. what led to the victory? here to break down the exit polls is lee carter, the same lee carter who's a partner with
mislanski and partners. let's go inside the numbers and start with most important issue to the voters who showed up in new hampshire according to our exit polls. >> the economy. number one. second is jobs, third is spending. fourth is security. this is nothing new. what i think is interesting about this, as you think about this has been a concern for years and years. they said the status quo isn't working. we want something new. trump won on every one of these issues. >> interesting. inflation's down, unemployment in new hampshire is below the average in at almost 3%. still they're concerned about the economy. who's the best to handle the economy? it's like the leader board. >> it is like the leader board. trump, 19%, bush, 11%. on the candidate that will best handle the economy. it broke out exactly how the election went because the economy is the number-one --
most. >> it's because he spent his life in business. not necessarily because he unveiled a big business plan. >> he uses the language of business. he's going to make deals, run thing like nobody's run things before. people think he's going to run things differently than before. >> this was the question ask englewood at best candidate to handle a traf attack should it happen. we know yesterday james clammer office television in a hearing saying we expect an voice attack in year in america. number one, sdpluwuone, donald ? >> donald trump. across the board he windows things most important to people. what i thought was fascinating, in new hampshire, 90% of voters are afraid there's going to be another terrorist attack coming soon. while it isn't the number one, two, or three issue, it is top of mind. if they think trump is the one to handle it, they're going to support him. >> and of course governor kasich says, well, i love the exit polls. if south carolina feels the same way, i'll be in second there, too. he was second about every.
where and donald trump did sdroi destroy everyone in exit -- destroy everyone in exit polls except most experience. we'll borrow you again coming up. >> okay. absolutely. 20 minutes before the top of the hour, heather has been scrambled to another location. just to show how big our studio is. >> yes, good morning, everyone. this is an unbelievable story that i know you will want to hear this morning. stunning new emails are now surfacing this morning that show how hillary clinton bribes the press. one of her top advisers, phillip raines, acting as chief enforcer. the reporter caved to his demands. e-mail exchange between him and a journalist at "the atlantic" show that the journalist asked for an early copy of one of clinton's foreign policy speeches. clinton's staff agrees to land it over on three conditions. listen to these -- first, you quote in your own voice, describe them, clinton's comments, as muscular.
the next that she be described as seated in a position of power, compared to the men who were participating in the forum. and third, "you don't say that you were blackmailed." the journalist delivered it with a nice, positive spin. to see it and thourned out, go to fox&friends.com. and a beyonce rally scheduled next week following the controversial super bowl halftime performance. many say she used that performance as a platform to attack police officers and to promote the black panther party. beyonce being praised for her performance by some in the black lives matter movement. she has yet to comment publicly on the controversy. hope solo second-guessing a trip to the olympics over the zika virus. she said if she had to make a choice today she would not go to play. the virus has been linked to
causing serious birth defects in unborn babies. officials are monitoring facilities to try to destroy the mosquito breeding grounds. those are your headlines. they have their work cut out for them. >> i'm sure other athletes are concerned about going. >> that's where they think some of the outbreak may have started in the first place, through a sporting event in latin america. >> that country is a mess. 18 minutes before the top of the hour. maria molina, i believe, has the weather. right? >> that's right. a snowy pattern continuing in new york city. a little drizzle coming down. other areas seeing heavier snow across the mid-atlantic and also into the great lakes and midwest. again, very unsettled and snowy out. there the good news is that most regions are going to be seeing light snowfall accumulation. the exceptions will be areas downwind of the great lakes and also across the higher elevations of the appalachians from west virginia up into parts of upstate new york. temperatures are very cold this morning. you factor in a little bit of a wind, and the windchills are even colder across parts of the
midwest and into new england. your highs will stay quite cold, as well, not making it out of the teens in places like minneapolis and chicago. but that's nothing compared to what some areas are going to see coming up this weekend. that's saturday. cold temperatures, buffalo, new york, a high at just one degree. that's it. back inside. >> a few flurries in new york yesterday. i was hoping it would stick. >> i know. >> i want another pretty snowfall. thank you. >> i'm done. . >> that's because you end up doing the shuttling. i don't have to. >> oftentimes. a fox news alert. the report is horrifying. isis has chemical weapons and has already used them. our next guest says that's just the tip of the iceberg. the man who killed osama bin laden with a warning next.
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welcome to "fox & friends." steve doocy live at a site in manchester. what are voter saying after yesterday's results? >> reporter: everybody is talking about the front page of "the union leader," as you see, bernie sanders and donald trump the big winners on the two party. pete comes once a week or so. you just had the irish benedict, right? delicious? >> it's great. >> reporter: you voted yesterday. what do you think about the outcome? >> i think it's of over -- it's not overly surprising. i think it's indicative of what the general feeling is is that people want things to be different. >> reporter: they don't like the way washington's going? >> not so much. >> reporter: not so much. finish your irish benedict. looks delicious. the "union leader" endorsed chris christie. that didn't work out too well for mr. christie nor them. this is joe, his wife, trish. the world famous sue, the waitress. sue, yesterday when we had donald trump on here, he said,
who are you going to vote for, and you said -- >> mr. trump. >> reporter: and? >> and he won. woohoo. >> reporter: this morning and yesterday in the diner, what were people talking about with the turnout and what they had seen at the polling plays? >> people were talking about they want change. they want to see change in america. and he says -- i hope he does what he says and means it. these guys, they love him. >> reporter: by the way, what's on an irish benedict? >> it's canadian bacon, hall daze sauce, english muffin, delicious. phil lip >> reporter: i had eggs benedict. really good. you have to pick up your grandchild in a second. what but think about the results? >> i was very happy. i thought mr. trump did exactly what he wanted to do. and i'm totally happy. i'm an independent voter. he -- he's my man. also a veteran. i think he's going to do what he says. >> reporter: how many times did you vote yesterday? >> once. >> reporter: okay. just checking.
and trish, what but think about donald trump winning? but vote for him. >> i voted for him, and he is just what we've been waiting for. he's a flame thrower. every time he opens his mouth, it's exactly what's in our hearts. he's refreshing. he has ideas. he's a builder. he's concrete. he's non-politician. we need him. >> reporter: okay. very nice talking to you. sue, put their breakfast on my bill, would you? >> absolutely. thank you. >> reporter: they didn't get anything expensive did they? >> steak and eggs. >> reporter: you had to go for the steak and eggs. all right. anna, brian, back to you. >> all we're getting is coffee. thanks. now we know what an irish benedict is. his no idea. 18 minutes before the top of the hour. coming up, the report horrifying. isis has chemical weapons and head already used them. the next guest says that's the tip of the -- tip of the
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good morning, friends. this is disturbing, a fox news alert. the top intelligence official james clapper confirming isis has succeeded in making and deploying chemical weapons. the first use in nearly two decades. how worried should we be? former navy s.e.a.l. robert o'neill joins us live from washington, d.c. good morning. thanks for being with us. >> anna, thanks for having me. good morning. >> so successful using the colorless, odorless chemical, absorbed into clothing, causes burns and whethblistering. that may be the tip of the iceberg, what do you mean? >> this is one of the mustard agents, they're using it right now. it's in the fight there in syria and iraq. they found it there, they're probably making it there. they have enough money through funding to develop it. this is just the tip of it because they're using a blistering agent, a chemical right now. when they get into the biological agents which they can
get the bubonic plague, they can transfer that across the borders. if someone wants to be a martyr, let them get infect and in close space, infect everyone else. they bring it there. this is part of the nastiness being developed in the islamic state. >> and a former fbi official is saying they're using the safe havens in iraq and syria and libya and trying to figure out how to do it for the battlefield and then disseminate it over the internet which they're very strong on social media. how worried to we need to be? >> we don't need to be worried but we need to do something about it. right now our pillars of military strategy normally have been forward defense and deterrence. right now we don't have a line of solidarity because we have proven we can draw a red line, no one is going to buy it. there are no deterrents because the islamic state doesn't think we'll do anything about it. as we back off there, they can do everything from -- they're raising young jihadis in the schools. it's going to get worse and not
better and they're trying to kill us because of their religious believes. >> they hate the west. >> if they don't believe what they believe, including other muslims. they're hellbent. >> after 9/11 we stepped up security at the airports. we want to make sure we stop this before it starts. >> we're always reactionary. we need to find the threat and defeat it. right now it's in raqqah, the divine capital. everyone is being drawn there because they believe this is the end of times. once we go in there, take raqqah down, they'll see this is not the caliphate and at least at that point they'll stop bringing so many people in. right now, they're bringing people in from everywhere. inspiring people from all over the world. they said yesterday they'll get attacked tomorrow. >> we hope our intelligence
officials will crack down on this more. rob o'neill, thank you. the man who killed osama bin laden. a huge two hours ahead on this day after the new hampshire primary. jeb bush, marco rubio and last night's winner donald trump all join us live. nexium 24hr is the new #1 selling frequent heartburn brand in america. i hope you like it spicy! get complete protection with the purple pill. the new leader in frequent heartburn. that's nexium level protection.
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is still doing well, it looks like you all have reset the race. for that i'm really grateful. >> and there we are. we're in two locations in new york city and steve has been put in a place where you can get breakfast at any moment. four or five breakfasts a day. talking to people and paying for nothing, steve doocy -- excuse me, you did buy one breakfast, steve. as we move through the great election coverage. we are able to go through the numbers and find out why bernie sanders and donald trump triumph, but others feel like winners and some will call it quits today. >> that's right. sue, can you warm this up for a second? you know, brian, you're right. thank you. that's much better. earlier with all the election stuff going on, i forgot today is ash wednesday. the first day of lent. i already had a great big eggs benedict. well, this could be all i have
for the rest of the day. but it's really good coffee. i will say that. >> good. while you focus on that, also, you should point out that a lot of people don't seem happy that donald trump triumphed yesterday, including something that doesn't get delivered to your diner in manchester. >> you see him depicted as a clown. dawn of the brain dead. mindless zombies turn out in droves. there was record breaking turnout there, steve. and a lot of last minute voter caused traffic problems there. but we're seeing from the liberal media them hammering away at donald trump once again. >> absolutely. and in fact we -- speaking of the number of people who turned out, last night in the 6:00 hour, we went to one of the busiest polling places in downtown manchester. the line was out the door. >> wow. >> and down the -- not quite down the street, but there were so many people and one of the reasons was because so many people were registering for the very first time.
just before they voted. they voted big for donald trump and for bernie sanders. now, after he was declared the winner, donald trump right at 8:00 eastern time, before he gave the big victory speech in front of all of those people over at the best western, someone between the victory suite and the victory speech, i was in the hall with the camera crew and we can give you this first interview with donald trump after he won the new hampshire primary. watch this. >> donald trump, congratulations. >> thank you very much, steve. great honor. >> you know, are you surprised at the margin? it's a big number. >> it is a big number and it was across the board. i'm so thrilled. men, women, young, old, everybody. i'm so happy about it. >> you were a one man turnout machine. i saw yesterday, you said i don't care if you're sick, i
don't care if your wife is leaving you. >> listen, they were great and new hampshire is a wonderful place. i told you i knew new hampshire long before the electoral thing. it is just a wonderful, wonderful place. and now tonight we'll be going to south carolina. we were there last week. we filled up the stadium. it was incredible with the people. a lot of love in south carolina. but new hampshire and the people have treated us so well. >> a year ago, you were just a business man, running a big business. now you just won the new hampshire primary. how does that happen? >> well, i don't know. i mean, it was a message. we'll make america great american. create military, vets. we'll get rid of obamacare, we're going to come up with something that's so good, so much less expensive for people. they're really suffering with health care. we'll do some special things. >> yeah. you know, you have said on the campaign trail that, you know, you start getting some wins, you might change the tone. you're going to change the tone
a little bit? >> well, i think i will a little bit. but you know when i started out, we had 17 people, not including the democrats. we have to be pretty aggressive. as we get closer i think we'll change it a little. maybe a little bit. not too much, right? >> no. you wouldn't be donald trump. >> soften it up a little bit. >> what about the people who say i like some of the stuff he says, but he's not very presidential. >> well, i think we're very presidential. i have a lot of things going in terms of presidential. but what i really have is so many business people. the greatest business people they want to join us and help us with trade. we have people negotiating trade deals that are many -- in many cases political hacks. they should even be doing this. we have some of the greatest business people in the world. carl icahn and many others they want to be involved and help us out because we're losing so much money on a country level. military is going to be the same thing. we'll have the top people in the military and for health care. we'll do something that's really special. but we still have a fight. we still have a lot of very
talented people. we have to win. >> i heard some pundits already on television tonight they said, you know, bad night for the gop establishment. what do you think of that? >> i don't think of establishment or nonestablishment. we won't have any more iran deal where we give them $150 billion and we get nothing. we'll make great deals right now. we won't have the sergeant bergdahl, we get bergdahl a traitor and they get five people they coveted for nine years and they're back on the battlefield. we'll run it right. >> how important were the volunteers? >> they were so important. and the ground game was incredible. >> this beats iowa. >> i think we did very well in iowa, the people in iowa were terrific. >> what about the people standing behind us right now, do they have anything -- >> a lot to do. this is melania and ivanka, eric, don, vanessa. just great people.
they were with me 1,000%. >> well, congratulations. >> thank you very much. thank you. i appreciate it. >> very happy donald trump. >> okay. and absolutely. and so they went from there, they went right out on stage at the best western here in new hampshire to the tune of the beatles singing "revolution." >> wow. so donald trump gets the victory even greater than everyone thoughts. he proved the voters would support him that showed up at his rallies and governor kasich saw that hard work pays off. he needed to come in second. he spent not that much money. believe it or not, kasich spent $3.7 million and he was able to finish a solid second at 16%. ted cruz spent $580,000 and seems to be either tied in third or in third. he has got to be pleased as well. >> jeb bush and marco rubio, they're in the three, four and five. but governor kasich, he put almost all of his eggs in new
hampshire's basket. spending an amazing amount of time there. holding more than 100 town hall meetings. he had to win or get second in this, didn't he? >> plus he really ran an optimistic, sunny campaign up here. and yesterday when we were doing the program, we had a number of people say they were going to vote for trump and a number of to vote for kasich which is something we hadn't heard so much in iowa. and then a lot of people of course also voted for bernie sanders. >> yeah. steve, i want to add this too. this is a double win for donald trump because second place with kasich makes him feel better about the first place because kasich won't be a threat in the southment he doesn't have the framework there. you have ted cruz who does have a solid foundation there. marco rubio who's building one and jeb bush who has one. the person who came in second is the person that probably won't come in second in south carolina. so maybe creates even more distance. to see how they handle donald trump in first, now when they're
in the debate space in a few days there's also -- it's also going to be interesting because he was barely attacked last week. >> that's right. one of the things about bernie sanders on the democratic side, he won by 22 points in new hampshire. >> unbelievable. >> what is actually more unbelievable than that that fact is the fact that hillary had been so far ahead of him in one year, there was a 66 point swing. he won by 22. and yet over the last year, 66 point difference. people up here in new hampshire absolutely love their bernie. >> right. >> yeah, he's from the neighboring state of vermont so that helped him as well. really the young people just on fire for bernie sanders. and it's causing big problems for hillary clinton, for young women voters trying to court them in particular. >> yeah, the exit polls reveal that hillary clinton only one won demo over 65. she lost under 45.
she lost independents. she lost income inequality. on the honesty level she was trounced, 91% looked at bernie as more honest. where she did do good is on pure democratic votes. on pure democrats, it was 43-43. so sanders took advantage of first time voters and a lot of independents and undeclared. >> and one other thing about the fact that just there's such a wide disparity between bernie and hillary regarding trustworthiness. that's one of the things we heard a lot here. the other big loser after last night was really the pundit class. because so many particularly in the establishment have dismissed donald trump. you know, once people actually start voting he's going to cave. well you know what, people here in new hampshire turned out. didn't cave. had a strong finish. he crushed the competition. finishing in the mid 30s. >> looking for final numbers on
turnout, but what a salute to the people of new hampshire. new records of people who found their way to the polls yesterday which shows you democracy is healthy. at least in that state. >> absolutely. and perhaps it was donald trump and bernie sanders who got so many people interested that they registered yesterday for the very first time to vote and they did. >> yeah. a lot of people wondered if the enthusiasm and the big crowds would translate into big votes and it did. steve, we'll check back in with you in a bit, but right now, heather nauert has what else is making news. >> a couple of other things to tell you about. a thousand people on board the nightmare cruise to the caribbean will be home tonight. terrified passengers watched that. it was a royal caribbean ship that sailed directly into a winter storm with 30 foot waves and hurricane force winds. well, that ship will dock later in new jersey.
now a florida senator is calling for the ntsb investigation into why that ship sailed into the storm in first place. more than two months after a terrorist couple killed 14 people in san bernardino, the fbi cannot break into their cell phone. director james comey telling the senate intelligence committee that agents are having major problems unlocking the encrypted data. comey is saying that technology is a huge frustration for u.s. authorities. even when a judge rules that the phone contained useful data, they're having a hard time getting into it. unbelievab unbelievable. a massive set back for president obama's plans for climate change. the supreme court ruling put his new clean air regulations on hold. it would cut carbon emissions by the year 2030. restrictions that prompted a lawsuit by 27 states against president obama.
and those are your headlines. see you back here in just a little bit. a lot going on today. >> absolutely. 13 after the hour. >> high schoolers being taught white privilege from this cartoon showing black people being cheated in a race. the outrage sparking in one community ahead. jeb bush getting a huge boost yesterday, when he needed it the most. the governor will be live next hour with marco rubio and donald trump on separate locations. it will be a great hour, please put something on. woman: it's been a journey to get where i am. and i didn't get here alone. there were people who listened along the way. people who gave me options. kept me on track. and through it all, my retirement never got left behind. so today, i'm prepared for anything we may want tomorrow to be.
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i have it all figured out. last monday night when the iowa caucuses were complete, they said it was between two freshmen senators and the reality tv star. while the reualtive star is doing well, you have reset the race and for that i'm really grateful. >> governor jeb bush admitting this is no longer a three-man race. as many declared after iowa. what does it mean for his campaign moving forward? >> the presidential candidate is joining us right now, governor jeb bush, welcome.
so fourth place. good enough for you? >> absolutely. i would have preferred to have been first place, but donald trump is a phenomena for sure. and now we move to south carolina where i can lay out my agenda to rebuild the military, to keep us safe. to share my heart for the concerns that people have right now that are living paycheck to paycheck, to grow our economy. and people in south carolina have always been good to my family and i intend to be working hard here. >> governor bush, one of the exit polls will show -- we'll show our viewers now shows how many voters would like to see a political outsider, and here's what donald trump is coming in at 61%. and ted cruz at 10%. the term establishment has almost become a dirty word in some circles. how will you turn that around starting in hilton head, south carolina? >> well, anna, i'm in the part of the establishment because i'm the proud son of george h.w.
bush and barbara bush and the brother of george bush. i never lived in washington. i was a disrupter when i was governor of the state of florida. i turned the state capital upside down. we have candidates that are preying on people's fears but there's nothing in their background to suggest they can solve the problem. i apply conservative principles to do that in tallahassee. that's the story i tell in south carolina. >> well, governor, everyone who sees you at the town halls says you get better. in the debates the same thing. one of your plans in south carolina is not only reportedly to have your brother come out, but you plan essentially a scorched earth attack against kasich and rubio -- >> you know, i read that memo. that was one of the politico stories that was a bunch of you
know what. there's nothing being planned scorched earth. this is something that the pundits play. i'm going to lay out how i'm the best person to beat hillary clinton. >> is it up to you to go after donald trump and at the same time, separate yourself from him? >> yes, sir. that is true. look, donald trump needs to be challenged. he's the front running candidate for the republican nomination, i'm the only one who challenged him. you get a lot of blow back when you do it, but he's not proposing any serious solutions to the problems that people face. he's basically saying that life is bad. well, we get that. now we need -- all the candidates need to be challenged about their ideas to lift people up and mr. trump isn't doing that, that's for sure. he's basically tearing people down. we'll never win the presidency with that approach. i'll continue to take him on. >> governor bush, thank you for your time. >> thank you. >> enjoy hilton head.
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he joins us live. good morning to you, senator rubio. too bad you're not here at the airport diner or i'd buy you breakfast today. [ laughter ] >> i'm hungry though. >> i bet you are. what happened? >> well, what happened is obviously saturday night, the debate went the way it went and then the media coverage over the last 72 hours was very negative about it and the last thing that voters heard before going into the booth or yesterday was, you know, something bad happened on saturday night. so it made it very difficult for us to get any other message across. if you look at the margins between third place and fifth place, i mean, you're talking about a couple thousand votes out of 300,000. so that made a difference. i felt bad, our supporters wo worked really hard. they did a great job. to the extent that we finished shorter than we wanted to i think it had to do with the fact that saturday night and the last three days and the coverage. so that's on me. that ain't ever going to happen again. we're looking forward to south carolina. we're headed there right now.
we're doing to win this campaign. we're going to win this primary. it's important for the country and i'm fired up about that. >> well, senator rubio, when you say it's not going to happen again, what do you mean by that? as we famously now know chris christie was hammering you, clobbering you about the fact that some of your answers sounded like rehearsed sound bites that you repeated over and over. does that mean you'll completely blow off your narrative? >> no. first of all, it's silly because all the guys repeat over and over again. i can give you five lines they say every single day. but beyond that, let me say that the difference is this. i went into the debate in the hopes that the republicans didn't have to attack one another. i didn't want to spend 60 seconds beating up on another republican because i think it helps the democrats. hillary clinton would pay for us to do that all night long, but we're not at a stage where we need to be clear about our
record. this line that i have no experience is absurd. it's true i haven't lived as long as some of the other running for president, but i have more more foreign policy than some of them. the most important job of a president is to be commander in chief and keep this country safe. we'll talk about the future of this country, which is what all elections is all about, but never more so than right now. i'll continue to say this. barack obama is undermining this country, he is hurting this country. he's doing serious damage to this country that i believe is part of a plan to weaken america on the global stage. this is the truth. we better recognize that the differences between republicans and democrats are not small. they are massive. and this election is about that difference. and ensuring we choose the right road. if we stay on the road we're on right now, our children are going to be badly hurt by that. >> well, when you're talking about national security, one of the exit poll questions was about are you worried about a terror attack? when you look at the breakdown
about who scored well on the republican side, donald trump wound up with 35% of the people who responded to the exit pollers. kasich had 15. cruz had 12 and marco rubio had just 11%. why do you think donald trump wound up with a number three times yours? >> well, look, the number you just read me sounds just like the number he got on the ballot. so clearly when people support someone, they think they're good at everything. that's why they support them. i wasn't too focused on that. i know how to stop terrorism and it isn't with a series of speeches with harsh words. you won't scare isis by saying you'll destroy them. don't the voters deserve to know how the next president of the united states is going to specifically confront a terrorist like isis? it's not enough to -- you know, to elect someone who talks mean, but you have to know what the plan is. we have a plan that works and it's one that i think the people of south carolina are going to rally behind. >> absolutely. all right.
marco rubio, you are a fighter. we know you're heading down to the palmetto state very shortly. good luck to you, sir. thanks for joining us on "fox & friends" here in new hampshire. thank you. >> thank you. thank you very much. >> all right. good luck to you. all right. meanwhile, straight ahead, we've got what, brian and anna? >> steve, thanks for pretending you haven't seen the rundown. i appreciate it. brand-new sneak peek at "fuller house." >> you need me right now. you need me. so i'm moving in too. >> kimmy, you do not need to do this. >> candace cameron bure is here to talk about the new show and she brought along some friends too. >> she's well protected. i am totally blind.
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♪ ♪ glory days, well, they pass you by, glory days ♪ bernie is your shot of the morning. people are calling him bernie buckets. >> yeah. i mean, earlier in this video he was shooting basket after basket after basket. the crowd waited for bernie sanders' victory speech, but he was warming up with his grandkids and his kid on the basketball court where of course he grew up playing basketball in brooklyn. he does have a basketball body. >> and steve, we don't know how this was edited, but looks like he has a pretty good shot. >> no too bad -- not too bad. he scored big here in new hampshire, beating hillary clinton by 22. one of the other interesting exit poll results, four out of five liberal millennials who voted for bernie sanders because they like free stuff. >> hillary clinton is in -- has
to be a degree of panic. she is talking about rejiggering her campaign on the inside to get set to change the message in south carolina. on the republican side, no surprise. donald trump does what he's supposed to do. in fact, he outdid his poll numbers with 92,000 votes. 35%. currently kasich is a solid second, but cruz, bush and rubio are within a point of each other. third, fourth and fifth. >> right. and just one other thing about what our exit pollers found out yesterday. new hampshire is a state of notorious late deciders and over half the people who cast votes yesterday in what looks like could be a record turnout, over half of them didn't decide until the last couple of days who they were going to vote for. >> they went for trump, many of them. we have a special guest joining us now. candace cameron bure, co-host of
"the view." we want to get your thoughts on last night's results. >> i think i'm like everyone else, i'm choosing at the last minute. >> so interesting, you're into this stuff. >> i have to be now. >> so i mean, usually california and new york, they're not involved in the primary process. but now you're on "the view" you're pounding things like this. so to see bernie and hillary, doesn't that surprise you? >> yeah it's surprising. but i remember several months ago there was a university that had predicted every presidency since 1970 something accurately. they had predicted bernie sanders which -- to win. and so -- >> that's stunning. >> there's in the back of my mind. but it's pretty amazing. i think everyone thought that hillary was the sure thing. bernie is just taking over. >> then on the gop side, many have criticized donald trump for not being conservative enough. what do you think? >> you know, i don't think think that's a -- there's a perfect
candidate, but for me it's who's going to work with both parties and get things done. and put america back in the american people and not the government. >> i was shocked to see the former secretary of state -- i knew they were friends, but when she said this would be a cold place in hell if a woman doesn't support another woman for a candidate for president, i thought to myself, really? what about carly fiorina? what about condoleezza rice? i didn't see her going to bat for her. >> first of all, anyone that can even joke if it was a joke about hell, there's nothing to me that's funny about that. if anyone actually read their bible and saw the description of hell, it's disgusting. but it's -- there's so many women that aren't -- that are not pro-choice, that are pro-life. and to put them -- to say they're not feminists, that they're not -- that they're anti-women if they're not supporting another woman, you know, that's to me what's wrong
with feminism. that is a turnoff for me as a woman. >> yeah. well, women, we care about more than just women's health issues. that's a great point. also, steinem, another feminist who is iconic in that world said that the boys are with bernie. and that's why women, young women, are flocking to bernie sanders and not to hillary clinton because they want to get a date. what do you think of that? >> yeah, i think that was a broad brush general statement and i just kind of -- there's some things that people say i pay no attention to. >> so that's our life. let's go to the life we wish we had like the one on "fuller house." >> yeah. happier. >> yeah, what do we expect now that "fuller house" is in gear? >> great family friendly show. lots of laughs, lots of nostalgia for you. everyone that used to be a fan of the original show. >> on netflix. >> it's on netflix, it comes out
february 26th. all the episodes for the first season. you can binge watch, use it as a tool with your kids and say, only once a week, as long as you clean your rooms. how ever you want to do it. it's been amazing. >> how does you feel? you're older, the cast is older. is it like going back to high school? >> yeah, we never stopped being friends so that has always been there for all of us. but to be able to go back on the set, the original kitchen and living room and working together every single day it's a dream come true. i love it. i go and get to have fun. like being at summer camp every day. >> "fuller house," if people haven't seen any clips yet, here's one. let's roll the tape. >> i'm having a -- >> i have three boys who count on me for everything. >> for first time we'll be on our own. >> please, sit down. we're going to have a little talk. you guys did your share for us. >> i am clearing my schedule and i'm moving in with my sister.
you need me right now. >> and you need me too. i'm moving in too. >> you do not need to do this. >> what's going on there? >> well, that sets up the premise of the show which, you know, i'm a widowed mom. i have three kids. i'm overwhelmed. and so my sister and best friend step up to the plate to help me raise our kids. kimmy gibbler has a teenage daughter so we're raising the four kids. >> looking forward to see how the characters are the same and how they're not. why did you bring a dog on the stage? >> this is zen, and this month is -- it's dental -- it's pet dental health month. >> i had no idea. >> yeah. so we're just here to raise good, you know, pet awareness to keep your dogs healthy. i have teamed up with ban field
pet hospital. i get to be the honorary guest vet for the day. and they're really easy things. one of the leading issues with dogs and cats are -- is dental disease. it's really easy by brushing their teeth, giving them treats. >> do we have to floss our dog? >> i'm going to learn that today. i don't know. i haven't flossed my dog, but -- and so anyway, they have -- they have great services there. there's a new book called "my smelly, smelly breath" for kids and you can get them involved in it and 100% of the donations go back into pet care. >> imagine reading that. >> you're the co-author of the pack? >> no, i'm not the co-author. i wish i was, because it's adorable to scratch and sniff. >> take care of your dog's teeth, as if you don't have enough to do. congratulations on "fuller house" and on "the view" and on what you're doing. >> thank you. all right, heather nauert, what else is going on? >> a lot is going on.
>> you have a dog to take care of. >> love you on "the view." good morning to you. this is some serious news. the nation's top intelligence official now confirming that isis has succeeded in making and deploying chemical weapons in syria and iraq. former u.s. navy s.e.a.l. rob o'neill the man who killed osama bin laden joined us earlier with his reaction to the news. listen to this. >> we don't need to be worried but we need to do something about it. our pillars of military strategy has been a line of solidarity and deterrence. we don't have a line of solidarity because we have proven we can draw a red line and no one buys it. the islamic state doesn't think we'll do anything about it. >> this is the first confirmed use of chemical weapons by a terror group in nearly two decades. a stranger comes to the rescue. here's some incredible video i want to show you right now. it shows a cop in england chasing after a suspect when suddenly a passerby trips that suspect, causing him to fall flat on the ground.
the 17-year-old suspect was arrested for drug dealing. now police are trying to track down the tripper to thank him for his help. and a school trying to make students feel guilty for being white? parents are outraged that glen allen high school, this is in virginia, after this video was played during class. it shows athletes at a track meet, several white runners get a head start on several black runners who are forced to deal with things like slavery, genocide and broken treaties along the way. school officials defending that video calling it a lesson in quote, american history and racial discourse. what do you think about that one? that one raises a whole lot of eyebrows at that school in virginia. >> e-mail us. >> do you know what today is? according to my watch it's wednesday, and maria molina has the science trivia quiz question. i understand there's a chance that steve could have a chance to play this as well? >> yeah, let's bring in steve too. >> all right.
>> do we have steve? >> good morning. >> hey, good morning. >> i'm here in new hampshire where it's snowing. >> right. >> it's snowing here in new york city too. we have a new hampshire edition science trivia question so maybe you can help out more than you usually do. today's question, we have the white mountain range across northern new hampshire and there's the presidential range. we're asking which one of those mountains in the presidential range is the tallest? is it mount washington, mount madison, mount jefferson or mount adams? >> i'm going to say washington, "a." >> steve? >> me too. they have some of the worst weather in the world there. >> it is correct, mount washington. the only one that's taller than 6,000 feet. they get the most intense weather there and they have the strongest wind recorded by an instrument on the mountain. not bad. >> well, congratulations to all of us for playing and winning. and for you, maria.
there you go. pat yourself on the back. >> steve, what do we have coming up? >> well, i'll tell you what here in new hampshire they had what could be a record turnout of people who went to the polls yesterday. i went to the polls just before they closed. big crowds. find out what they had to say about the vote. try nexium 24hr, now the #1 selling brand for frequent heartburn. get complete protection with the new leader in frequent heartburn. that's nexium level protection. (flourish spray noise) (flourish spray noise) (flourish spray noise) (flourish spray noise) the joy of real cream in 15 calories per serving. enough said. reddi-wip. (flourish spray noise)
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so many people registered to vote yesterday for the first time i thought i'd stop by and ask who they were going to vote, how they decided who they were going to vote for and this is what we found out last night in new hampshire. who'd you vote for? >> jeb bush. >> call me a dead ender, but i called vote for rand paul. >> i think you're supporting bernie sanders? >> yes, i am. >> do you feel like you made a choice in that person who going to be a winner tonight? >> yes. obviously. >> when did you decide who you're going to vote for? >> about 30 seconds ago. >> how many people do you think were undecided until tonight? they saw your sign and said, marco rubio, what didn't i think of that, i'm going to vote for him. >> a lot of people said they were undecided and they gave us a thumbs up on the way out. >> what seemed to tip the scale one way or the other for you on the -- was it the tv
commercials? the robocalls? the people in the parking lot yelling at you? >> i went back to the issues and kind of what resonated with me and made the decision. >> you seem so happy. >> i'm really happy for what i voted for. >> i like hillary. >> but not today? >> not today. >> not today. >> sorry, hillary. >> sorry hillary, yep. bernie sanders, i hope he gets the win. >> so how terrifying is that? how terrifying is that after the candidate spent millions of dollars here in new hampshire to know that some people actually made up their mind in the 30 seconds before they actually pulled the lever? >> yeah. >> unusual, but that's new hampshire. >> yeah. the caucus where people were being persuaded in the room, that was not this that situation. steve, stay right there. you have a great guest coming up. >> that's right. he's the man of the morning, donald trump takes new hampshire by storm. can he keep up the momentum?
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the governor of a small state for 12 years. i'll tell you how it's affected me. every year, congress and the president sign laws that make us do more things and gives us less money to do it with. in our state, if people lose their jobs there's a good chance i know their names. when a factory closes i know it. >> many credit bill clinton's comeback message telling the american people, i feel your pain.
at the time it was in sharp contrast to republican presidential candidate george herbert walker bush who was president at that point. guy benson said it's a message that hillary lacks and the republicans have hijacked to pull ahead in this race. he's live in the diner where you had some breakfast. >> i had a wonderful omelet and much needed coffee so i'm doing all right. >> we set that up showing bill clinton back in the day. that's the one thing that hillary is really lacking isn't it? people don't feel in many cases she's got the empathy. she doesn't people our pain. >> well, two issue, showing up in the exit polls. one is of course trustworthiness. they value it 90 to 5 they go for bernie sanders. close behind it though is that empathy and caring question. she got hammered by sanders among people who prize that empathy in a candidate. 82% of those democrats went for
bernie sanders last night. >> this time though what's different is republicans seem to have a compassion strategy. at the debate the other night, ted cruz told a story i had not heard before about his half-sister and her struggles with abuse. drug abuse. >> talking about that drug issue. i was in the filing set center at that debate and the media fell completely silent during his story. >> i think his voice cracked during the story. >> it was a moving story and when you look at the google analytics the two top moments googled were ted cruz talking about his half-sister and drug abuse and marco rubio talking about his brother and the struggles at the v.a. they tugged at the heart strings first. that's what bill clinton was good at and hillary needs to improve. >> you mentioned marco rubio when he told the story about his brother and having trouble getting the care he needed from
the v.a. great story, but as we learned from last night that did not translate into the good showing here in new hampshire. >> no, it did not. a lot of us in the media rightfully so focused only the exchange with chris christie that was devastating for him. in the concession speech he said i'm disappointed, it's on me. it won't happen again. really sort of apologizing to his supporters for not being prepared in that moment for an attack that christie had been telegraphing for days. >> the irony is that chris christie who attacked him, looks like he's probably out now. >> yeah. >> guy, thank you very much. >> good to see you. >> from the diner. all right coming up, he took new hampshire last night, now south carolina is next. what does donald trump need to do to keep up the momentum? we will ask him when he joins us live in about ten minutes. you're late for work. you grab your 10-gallon
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i am going to be the greatest jobs president that god ever created. remember that. >> and for pete's sake, we don't need more deals. we need a proven, principled leader. >> the american people will not continue to accept a corrupt campaign finance system that is undermining american democracy. >> i still love new hampshire and i always will. [ cheers and applause ] >> the reality star is doing well. but you have reset the race. >> wen't have been home for two weeks so we can actually get a change of clothes. >> there's shine to restore america and to leave no one behind. >> our disappointment is not on you. it's on me.
>> we are going to make america great again. >> wow. we have a lot to discuss today and as we look -- that's what it looks like outside the manchester diner where steve doocy has been camped out for the last two days. he's been sleeping there. eating there and getting dressed there. he has a change of clothes there. he's wearing the rick santorum sweater vest, a tribute to the late candidate. >> thank you very much. new hampshire is the live free or wear a sweater vest because it's snowing and cold outside. so many people have been talking about the election and after all of the talking, last night the people got their totals and the big winners on the democratic side, bernie sanders. on the republican side, donald trump who will be joining us live for a wednesday morning interview right here on "fox & friends" in about ten minutes. >> right.
steve, absolutely. he actually outdistanced the polls and had him up in front. i think some on level, we'll ask him, did he have any doubt after iowa had him leading and then ultimately he came in second. did he have any doubt that they were accurate? finished with 35% of the vote. kasich came in second. he should be proud. ted cruz spent very little but did very well. and jeb bush who spent $36 million on new hampshire did do enough to stay alive and stay viable in the south. and marco rubio seemed to underperform, one point back of jeb bush. >> just like iowa, will new hampshire do the same in question? for chris christie and ben carson and carly fiorina, we have no indication at all they plan on suspending their campaigns but their results not coming in close. en carson says i'm moving and carly fiorina says i have
plans for the next two states and governor christie says i'm going home, he's going home for a change of clothes and to evaluate. we knew he was all in, and to end up in single digits must be heart breaking for him. don't you think, steve? >> absolutely. as we have learned over the last couple of days after new hampshire the big question is where does the money go? the donors, where do they go? if you see what chris christie did yesterday, the money probably dries up. the money not drying up for bernie sanders, though. he clobbered hillary clinton on the democratic side. he won by a margin of 22 points. and i quoted the stats earlier. over the last year, there have been a 66 point swing from hillary to bernie. that's one of the reasons why this morning, they're talking about -- well, maybe a shakeup at the hillary clinton campaign. >> yes, they are. and our exit polls show that one
of the top qualities that voters in that state wanted out of a candidate was for them to be honest and trustworthy and bernie sanders just took it almost all of it. >> and just add to this. you have the trustworthy problems with the e-mails and the fbi confirms there's an investigation to the server and goldman sachs, there's transcripts. it sounded like she was essentially is a shareholder, so instead of saying that, you know -- she said she took on goldman sachs, but it turns out she supported goldman sachs. >> that's according to one attend d atte attendee in politico. but they said if the transcripts were released it would bury her. you went to a trump watch party. what did you see? >> i saw people watching trump. i got to them just before he came out. tell you what, the atmosphere in the room over at the best western here in manchester was electric. why are they so -- such great
supporters for donald trump? here's a taste of what i saw last night. >> trump trump trump trump! trump trump trump! >> we as a nation understand, mr. trump is going to make america great. >> did you realize there were so many donald trump fans -- you did? >> absolutely. >> why? >> look, he's the only one that can get it done. that's it. [ cheers and applause ] >> he's given voice to the voiceless in this country. and hopefully, i mean, i believe he's sincere. and that's really the main thing, he's sincere can what he's saying. this is a reaction to the republican and the democrat establish. >> it took us eight years. >> really? you have a lot of energy. >> oh, yes. yes. >> thank you very much. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
>> and there you can hear the beatles start their theme song "revolution." there was one last night. donald trump vindicated with that win, because the newspaper here in new hampshire endorsed chris christie over donald trump saying that donald trump had no business being in the race. christie got clobbered. donald trump went on to win by a very big margin. he is going to join us in about ten minutes right here on "fox & friends." >> absolutely. i have to say that i must -- he must have been crushed last week in iowa, and he was humble. this time he was happy and relieve and cited his parents, and making them proud as they look down on him. jeb bush is one of the people who did enough to have some momentum as he heads down south to south carolina where he's got at least a thousand volunteers and tens of millions of dollars.
he was with us earlier to shoot down a story that's been circulating that he is planning a scorched earth policy against kasich and rubio. listen. >> i read that memo. that was one of the politico stories that's just a bunch of you know what. i read that memo and there's nothing being prepared in scorched earth. this all the game that the pundits play. i'm going to lay out my case, why i'm the most qualified person to beat hillary clinton. we have candidates preying on people's fears but nothing in their background that could suggest they could solve the problem. i apply conservative principles to do that in tallahassee. >> and also on the program earlier, we had senator marco rubio. and he talked about his disappointing performance from the debate on saturday night after being unapologetic. he said that's why his numbers could not be where he wanted them to be and he pointed his finger at the media coverage. >> i felt bad, our supporters worked really hard.
our team here did a great job. to the extent that we finished shorter than we wanted to it, i think it had to with the last few days and the coverage. that's not going to happen again. we're headed to south carolina and getting back on the road here. we'll win this program and this primary and it's important for the country and i'm fired up for it. >> trey gowdy and senator tim scott to help him out in south carolina. two popular politician, steve. >> that's right. and unfortunately for marco rubio though, after his performance in the debate last weekend, here in new hampshire it started with the democrats. they started following him with somebody dressed in a marco roboto costume. it's dogged him. i'm sure that costume is being put into a case and they're shipping it to south carolina this morning. >> you see -- you know, the senator told you, i can name five lines that every candidate
repeats over and over and over again. he just got caught red handed. >> steve, have another cup of coffee or get a refresher. i have to talk about the democrats. hillary clinton feeling the bern after getting trounced by bernie sanders in double digits. >> more than 20%. rich edison has that part of the rich. >> good morning. bernie sanders among democratic primary voters of less than 45 years old, he won three-quarters of them and he won majorities of independents, democrats and women. that leads to the resounding victory with 92% reporting. bernie sanders with a 60% lead over hillary clinton at 38%. now, given the democrat graphical makeup of this state and the geographical location right next to vermont, it would assumed he'd win this race. although the goal for hillary clinton was to narrow the gap there. she failed to do that and bernie
sanders is hoping that momentum paired with a singular focus in his campaign on income inequality will lead him to more victories. >> together we have sent the message that will echo from wall street to washington, from maine to california. >> i know i have some work to do. particularly with young people, but i will repeat again what i have said this week. even if they are not supporting me now, i support them. >> up next for democrats the nevada caucuses in ten days. hillary clinton has a real clear politics lead of ten points over bernie sanders but that was taken before his victory last night. >> and please put a hat on. i can see your breath. ten minutes after the hour.
straight ahead, this. >> yeah, we have hillary clinton and she claims the media is biased against her, but she may have more control over reporters than she's letting on. and there's some proof. the stunning e-mails released ahead. and fresh off the big new hampshire win, donald trump joins us live. is he still happy? i think so. we ship everything you atcan imagine.n,
quarter past the hour. we have been talking about trump and sanders' wins all morning, so why did voters vote the way they did? and what does it mean for north carolina and -- or south carolina that's coming up next. in super tuesday. >> and of course nevada for the democrats. here to break down the exit polls, so the first stop. why are they angry? >> so over 40% of people are angry, but 88% of the voters in new hampshire said they're either angry or disappointed in and how government is running right now. and the person who played best for that is trump. trump overwhelmingly took over people who are angry. with the government as it is
working. >> no surprise, cruz would be second. rubio, then kasich. >> next up, we have what voters were saying about how they prefer their candidates to be an outsider. >> absolutely. trump hands down, 61% went with trump. if you want an outsider. and it makes sense because people are disenfranchised, they're angry, they want somebody different than they have seen before. trump seems very different. and kasich came out in new hampshire as calm, reassuring, igniter and different than anybody else too. >> so does the candidate share the qualities and values that i have? >> 35% leading the polls, share my values that matters the most. and then can bring change at 28%. tells it like it is, i guess that's blunt speaking and win in november. >> shares my values is something that we have heard for years that people say is important to them. cruz and kasich won on that.
but can bring change, tells it like it is it's 100% for donald trump, not 100% in the polls but that's 52% of the vote that goes to trump and that's important to people right now. >> 24ethen on the democratic si something that killed hillary clinton is honest and trustworthiness and that was the top quality they were looking for. >> 91% of voters said they voted for sanders because he was honest and trustworthy, only 5% for hillary clinton. that's got to hurt her. as they're talking about shaking up her campaign she has to come one a message that's genuine. she has to some way that she can rebuild this because if you do not trust somebody you won't be energized to vote for her. >> why is the ability to win in november only 12%? >> they assume if the other things are there they'll win.
>> that could be it. it would help hillary clinton if she started to tell the truth consistently, the whole truth for a change. every day there's something else to be pursued in which she said she's being attacked. >> it's an area -- it's going to die really hard. she's got the e-mails and now the goldman sachs. the whole attack on her, saying she has the big banks money. she's going after big banks. last night, she went out and spoke and said, we won't let big banks take us over main street. yet, she's got to figure out how to own this story. >> very cozy. lee carter, thank you so much. >> thank you. 18 minutes now after the hour. coming up straight ahead, donald trump's outsider status served him well last night. he'll join us next. it looks like in new hampshire, that's a lot of pork and the story behind this bull, next.
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good morning. 22 minutes after the hour. a look at some of the news making headlines this morning. and a fox news alert to start. the iraqi prime minister now says that isis forces have fully been pushed out of ramadi. this comes more than a month after the city was initially declared liberated. this thanks to heavy backing from coalition air strikes. overnight an alaska airlines plane diverted after a drunk passenger threatens crew members. watch this. passengers there applauding as that person was escorted off the plane. that flight was headed from boston to san diego when the guy became unruly. they had to land in denver to
get him off the flight. lent begins today, ash wednesday is the first day of 40 leading up to easter sunday. christians observing today by marking the sign of the cross on their foreheads with ashes of burned palm branches. time to think about what you might give up. for ash wednesday or for lent. yeah. thinking about that already. >> all right. 23 minutes after the hour. the first in the nation primary is in the books and the donald trump train rolls on. >> we are going to do something so good and so fast and so strong, and the world is going to respect us again. i am going to be the greatest jobs president that god ever created. we are going to start winning again and we're going to win so much, you are going to be so happy. we are going to make america so great again. maybe greater than ever before. >> all right. next stop, south carolina.
but can donald trump keep his momentum going down south? the man of the morning over the phone, donald trump, congratulations. i watched you last night and you have to have a sense of relief. am i correct? >> well, i think so. brian, we had a great week and a great period of time and, you know, i love the people up there. they're just great people. and i have known them for a long time. long before the whole political thing. but it was a wonderful feeling. >> did you not trust the polls after you were five in iowa and ended up neck and neck with ted cruz? was there a part of you that didn't trust what you were seeing? >> well, we did really well in iowa. we came in second. we had a lot of votes and it was a very, very sad situation, but we would have won iowa. you never know. i mean, i had these massive poll numbers but you never know are they going to be real? but they turned out on the real. actually the numbers were higher than even the polls so that was
a good feeling. >> donald, let me ask you this. on the cover of the union leader here in new hampshire, that's a picture and it shows you and bernie sanders as the big winners. famously, the publisher of the union leader said donald trump -- in an op-ed, donald trump has no business being in this race and they endorsed chris christie. what's your message to the big publisher of the newspaper here in new hampshire after you clobbered the rest of the republicans? >> you know, he's a bad guy, he asked me for advertising for his newspaper. and he wanted me to make speeches and he wanted me to do his debate which was just before the fox debate. the one where you drew 24 million people the night before, i said i can't do that, i'm sorry. i thought it would have been ridiculous for me to do it. and other guys like jeb bush did it and made a total fool out of
himself and it really hurt him. frankly, he was one of the guys -- he's a bad guy. he picked somebody that it didn't work out. chris is a friend of mine, but obviously it didn't work out. he's a bad publisher and the paper is going down the tubes as some papers are. but his paper is failing badly. so i felt very good. you know, when i won, i sort of said, maybe i'll mention him in my speech but i decided not to do that. i wanted to keep it high level. by the way, did you know who had the early exclusive, he grabbed me before i went in. a guy named doocy and not -- and not the young, good looking one. there was a guy named doocy that grabbed me on the way in as he had the exclusive. so that's pretty cool. >> yep. we were -- >> thank you very much for that. >> we wanted to get that scoop, mr. trump. other liberal outlets attacking you this morning. the huffington post has a headline out. and "the new york daily news," dawn of the brain dead. they have you pictured as an evil clown like the joker and it says clown comes back to life
with new hampshire win as mindless zombies turn out in droves. many have wondered if your enthusiasm from your crowds would turn into votes and it has. are headlines like this direct insults to your supporters to? >> the owner of the daily news -- i think it's out of business, they tried to sell it. people said you have to pay to buy it. in other words they had to pay them to buy it. it's going to be closing soon i'm pretty sure. the owner is called mort zuckerman who's got a total inferiority complex and he has for years. he's one of the guys -- they do that. he's jealous as hell, because he would have loved to have done it himself. it's another paper going down the tubes. they do the clown thing every week. maybe it sells, maybe it doesn't sell. but the paper is going bad. what can i tell you? >> so donald trump, word today that governor christie went home to think about where it goes from here. he had just about 8% of the
polls, a distant sixth. what are your thoughts about his candidacy and if he gets out, how do you feel he was as competitor? >> well, he's a friend of mine and he's a talented and a good guy. he called me last night. which was good, we talked for a while. he did a great job. he did an incredible job in the debate. and thankfully, i was standing right next to marco. i was watching chris. he really, you know, got a lot of talent. i don't know if he's getting out at all, i have no idea. but, you know, hey, look, i like everybody to get out. i want everybody to get out except for me. but frankly, chris is somebody that maybe wouldn't have to get out. i think -- i think somebody like jeb bush has far less talent than chris and he's still in. so, you know, it's one of those things. i'd love to -- in many respects i have to tell you, brian, i would love to see chris stay in. >> of course ultimately you would like to be the nominee. >> right. >> versus hillary clinton. hillary clinton got clobbered last night here in new hampshire.
what's your message, what's your analysis of what happened to her and can it happen elsewhere? >> well, i think she's lost a lot of confidence. i see that. and i don't know what's going on. you know, between the e-mails and now the politics and bernie who i think is not going to end up being a very good candidate in the general election. i think i'll take a lot of states away from him. a lot of states like new york state where i'd do very well. and places that the republicans know what the republican is going to get. i think we'll get michigan. i think we'll definitely get florida and we'll do fantastically. but hillary seems to have lost a lot of confidence. no question about it. i don't know, is she going to continue to run and if she continues to run, is she going do win? it doesn't seem to be going the right way at all. you know, the word momentum is very important. and certainly there's not a lot of momentum there. >> mr. trump, thank you so much for your time and again, congratulations on your big win, taking 35% of the vote in new
hampshire. see you in south carolina. >> okay, thank you very much. >> have a good day. 29 minutes after the hour. hillary clinton claims the media is biased against her, but she has more control over reporters than she's letting on. is she bribing reporters? the stunning e-mails released next. these men were in the spotlight. what's it like growing up on the campaign trail? we'll ask the candidates' kids who are adults now. it's the day after the new hampshire primary. we'll break down the winners, losers, all the fallout for you. will it mean that they'll change strategy heading into south carolina and nevada? it's a politically charged "real story." i'm gretchen carlson, join me at 2:00. cells that penetrate deep to increase circulation and accelerate healing. let's review: heat, plus relief, plus healing, equals thermacare. the proof that it heals is you.
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a pig in the polls in new hampshire. yep. it escaped from the nearby farm and headed to the polling station where he belonged in the city of pelham. police escorted the 600-pound pig away until his owner came and picked him up. >> maybe he was trying to stay away from the diner you're at with the canadian bacon. >> yeah. didn't want to be a hot dog. >> that's right. hey, hard to eat bacon today. it's first day of lent. here in the diner people are talking about how donald trump and bernie sanders won big. toby is having breakfast. she's making a grocery list as well. don't forgot the nutella. how do you feel about the results? >> i'm a little disappointed. i'm a bush supporter. >> okay. >> originally, i liked trump until he made fun of the handy capable reporter. that ruined my -- >> so you wound up giving your vote to -- >> to bush. yep. >> all right.
thank you very much. >> thank you. >> don't forget -- oh, bread too. she needs bread. come over here. >> good morning, steve. >> happy birthday to? >> brooke, she lives in connecticut and she's 11 years old. >> you saved $4 on a hallmark card. we met this woman out in the parking lot. how did you feel about the results last night? >> well, i do like trump, he gets things done. he's a business man, he's a leader. so i voted for carly. >> well, she didn't have a great night. but she's still in it. ma'am, good morning to you. how are you? >> i'm well. >> you're starting with the boys and a breakfast right after you went to church. >> right. >> it's ash wednesday. how do you feel about the results? >> a little disconcerting. >> why? >> i'm sad that the people of new hampshire stood up for donald trump and not a governor. >> you voted for? >> christie.
>> he could be out. >> don't say that. >> i'm saying -- he's going home -- >> well, he's been camping up for a number of weeks so he needs to go back. >> thank you very much. thanks for allowing us to share breakfast with you. >> thank you. >> brian and anna? >> thanks a lot, steve. 25 minutes before the top of the hour. it's tough out there on the campaign trail for the presidential candidates and we know, but what if the candidates is one of your parents? what is it like to stump for mom and dad and see the results come in and not be so great? fox news correspondent abby huntsman knows that, she is the daughter of jon huntsman and john dukakis is the son of michael, governor of massachusetts. and author and we know her quite well, jackie gingrich cushman is the daughter of newt gingrich. all of you can relate to not only what the trumps feel, elation, but sometimes what the others feel, maybe as governor
bush, maybe carly fiorina's kids. abby? >> it's funny sitting here with you two. there was an initial bond you feel with other people who have been through with this family. because there are emotions that very few people go through. yesterday in new hampshire it brought back so many memories of four years ago because i was on the trail with my own dad. and look, there are so many good memories. i love new hampshire, i loved getting to the people there. learning how a democracy works but now on the media side of things. we spend so much time talk about the poll numbers and critiquing every little thing about the candidate. as a child, your parent is always that perfect person in your eyes. they're your hero. so you see them in the moments where you want to protect them and you want to get upset with everyone putting them down and you can't do that. >> you have -- you feel the personal barbs and then the numbers come in and they're not great. do you remember that? >> >> i can remember being in south carolina and winning in south carolina and that was obviously an incredible
experience. for me, i think at of the fun was being out there with my family. my husband went with me and my sist sister kathy and i travelled all the time. >> and your cute kids. >> my cute kids. it's exhilarating and exhausting. >> what do you remember about it? >> mine was longer ago so i was more youthful at the time. but i remember it being incredibly exhilarating and challenging and exhausting. exhaustion is kind of the thing you always feel, but you have to keep going. you have adrenaline on your side. >> absolutely. when that movie came out about mitt romney and his family behind the scenes was released. wow, you saw the brothers and the sons, everyone kick in and feel it when mitt lost and came short. but in the big picture you had successes too. your dad was a governor. so you're used to winning. >> he was. that was one of the hardest things and probably being hardest for him as well. you go from being governor and ambassador and we're competing
because we believe so much in our dad. you're thinking, well, why is not everyone on board for this, why is everyone not voting for our dad? that's the best part of politics. i remember hanging out with jackie on the trail. people don't realize this, but families are friends. >> absolutely. >> they go against each other on debates and policy and messaging, but at the end of the day you bond over doing itting to. >> is it fun? >> it is fun. the time you spend together t memories i have with my sister because we'd travel together. when everything was said and done, we felt like we did everything we could for his campaign. we put everything on the table. we knew whatever happened was fine. >> real quick, when you know it was over, when your dad loses, when your dad -- >> that's the worst part. >> tell me about that. >> it's pretty awful. it's just -- you know, we knew going into it that it was very unlikely that my dad was going to win that election. but you have to buck yourself up and then when you finally realize in our case that afternoon that it is not going
to go well, it's tough. it's like -- >> but it's part of the process. that's why i love campaigns, part of why we're a great nation and i love being involved. we lost and won. part of the process. >> that's a very political thing to say. >> it happens. >> abby, jackie and john, thank you. great perspective. heather nauert, what else do you have in store for us? >> what a fun segment. i'm picturing you running up and down the corridor of the hotel lobby. good morning to you all. 40 minutes after the hour. a look at the headlines for you right now. in a scary situation to tell you about. a new york city airport. a man and a woman seen right here caught trying to sneak past airport security while hiding several blades in their clothing and their luggage. they were gettingen a flight from laguardia to miami. a straight razor was found hidden in the man's shoe. and also hidden inside a bottle of cologne. the woman had a razor that was inside the brim of her hat.
you can see that right there. both were charged with criminal possession of a weapon. thousands of people on the nightmare cruise to the caribbean will finally get home tonight. remember this? well, that happening on board a royal caribbean ship. it sailed directly into a winter storm with 30 foot waves and hurricane force winds. that ship will later dock in new jersey today. a florida senator is now calling for an ntsb investigation into why it set sail into that part of the storm. a black lives matter activist and columnist is now crying foul over how peyton manning was treated by the media versus cam newton. panthers quarterback cam newton had been criticized for sulking during the press conference after he lost. remember he answered a few questions and then he took off. shawn king says this proves there's a racial double
standard, because back in 2010 manning left the field without shaking hands after losing in the super bowl. he said if manning were black he would have been attacked for that. and new e-mails are surfacing showing how hillary clinton bribes the press. e-mails show an exchange with one of her top aides felipe raines and a reporter. raines was asked for a copy of a speech and they say they could hand it over on three conditions. you, meaning the reporter in your own voice describe clinton's comments as quote muscular. well, the next one, that she be described as sitting in a position of power at the speech compared to men who were participating in it. and third, quote, don't say that you were blackmailed. wow. well, the journalist delivered a nice, positive spin in that article. and if you want to see how that
article was fully spun out, look on our website at foxandfriends.com. those are your websites. wow, a real enforcer and this reporter followed through with the requests. unreal. >> meanwhile, maria has put the weather for us. >> we have some scattered snow showers in the east. an exception will be in areas downwind of the great lakes and across parts of the appalachians, many of those areas could pick up more than six inches and a foot of snow across parts of upstate new york. that's something to watch out for. your current windchill temperatures are below zero in minneapolis and chicago. we showed you this, it's the cover of the daily news, dawn of the brain dead. our peter johnson jr. comments on this next.
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at business.ny.gov hi, everyone. many silas night's victories by trump and bernie sanders as a big win over the mainstream media in america. >> people of new hampshire have sent a profound message to the political establishment, to the economic establishment and by the way, to the media establishment. [ cheers and applause ] >> have american voters been put into the driver's seat instead of big washington media? here to weigh in is peter johnson jr. this is an interesting theory and take a look at this first. the "daily news" news, the dawn of the brain dead, as mindless zombies turn out in droves. so they're shaming voters.
>> well, they're doing more than that. let's take sanders first and let's talk about this ridiculous "daily news" headline. hillary clinton was a big, big part of it, between the washington media, big media outlets, and candidates and hillary clinton. to lead on voters. voters have said, no, we'll hook one the candidates we like, whether they're bernie sanders or donald trump and we'll tell the media what we're interested in. we won't be led around on a rope the way that hillary clinton tried to lead around the press earlier in this campaign. so the paradigm has shifted. when bernie sanders said this is a rejection of the establishment government, political, economic -- but also the media, and so you see this "daily news" headline about donald trump. it's an attack on donald trump.
politicians are used to that, but it's an attack on americans, they're brain dead, zombies, stupid. that some of you are folks are stupid at home because you voted for donald trump or you want to vote for donald trump. so they're saying we have lost control of you. you're not paying attention to the candidates we want to win, that we want you to vote for. and it's a historic moment in america. it's something that i think fox tapped into a long time ago. like donald trump has been on this show before he was a candidate for a long, long time. and a lot of people have had the opportunity to be heard, but americans are saying i like this candidate. i like sanders. i want them perhaps to be the president. and washington and new york, broadcast executives and big newspapers like the "daily news" they're exploding. >> senator rubio was on the program earlier. he pointed to the mainstream media as one of the reasons that his results in new hampshire
weren't what he had hoped. talking about the coverage of his -- well, grilling by chris christie on saturday. let's listen. >> what happened is obviously saturday night the debate went the way it went and then the media coverage over the last 72 hours was having negative about it and so the last things that voters heard about going into the booth yesterday was something bad happened on saturday night so it made us difficult for us to get any other message across. >> that's the problem. it's a problem for a candidate running for president. the voters have to stay focused, decide who they want, pay no attention to headlines or to teases or slugs. they have to deskicide on the issues, no matter how much they want to be swayed by the headlines. the voters are right. this is their country. >> peter johnson jr., thank you for the analysis. steve doocy is out of manchester. what's coming up, steve? >> i'll tell you what, anna. we'll be talking to some the folks here at the airport diner about the big vote yesterday.
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last rodeo here in manchester. how are you feeling? >> good. >> how are you feeling? >> fantastic. what has this state now down to the race? there's a fascinating count in the next few weeks. there's a republican debate this saturday. we have a great lineup of guests coming up in next two hours here. >> we'll talk to trey gowdy about marco rubio as he heads south to south carolina and whether or not he can rehabilitate the campaign that he really came out of strong with in iowa. that and all the exit polls from last night. we're breaking them down again, seeing what they mean. see you coming up soon. >> here's steve doocy at the diner. >> airport diner.
>> yep, martha and bill, i'm here at the diner. everybody is talking about bernie sanders and donald trump one last night. put that right there and talk to some of the folks. what did you think of the results? >> i thought they were great. >> your guy won? >> no. >> okay, your person lost? >> yes. >> why is it great? >> because all of new hampshire voted. >> what did you thought, monica? >> i thought the results were good. i thought new hampshire should be proud of themselves, they all showed up. but i don't think trump is the next president of the united states. >> well, he has momentum. scoot over, come on. come on. in in booth. what'd you think of the results? >> not as happy as i would have liked to have seen, but again, i agree with the woman behind us stating about the turnout for the voting. >> not a big fan? >> yeah, you know, i would have liked to have seen a different result but the turnout was awesome. >> all right. over to this side. your guy won, didn't he? >> he did. i think that new hampshire gave trump the -- the pat back to
where he was before. >> and finally, with analysis on the table's analysis, here's brit hume. >> i had a nightmare last night that i was sitting quietly in a booth in this diner, getting ready to have breakfast with a couple of good guys and suddenly you were there with a camera and a microphone in my face. i woke up with a start. and now it's coming true. >> all right. glad that i could make brit hume's dream
come true. ladies and gentlemen, round of applause for brit hume and give yourselves a round of applause. we'll be right back. [ applause ] i've been on my feel all day.
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women have been serving as so long, serving you the coffee. jenna: i set have his job by the time he left i will see you in the studio. jon: senator bernie sanders steamrolling hillary clinton, 60% of the vote. what a week it has been. this is a special edition, final rodeo in new hampshire on america's news room. >> here to wrap it up this morning, i am mark, clallam. donald trump coming away with his first win of the primary season and it was a big