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there's nothing easy about running for president i can tell you. it's tough, nasty. mean. it's vicious. it's beautiful. when you win, it's beautiful. >> i am so, so thrilled and so grateful to all of my supporters out there. some may have doubted us, but we never doubted each other. >> the people of iowa and new hampshire and south carolina have spoken. and i really respect their decision. so tonight, i am suspending my
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campaign. >> the 21st century movement is a son of maid and a bartender from cuba stands closer to being the next president of the united states of america. >> despite the entirety of the political establishment coming together against us, south carolina has given us another remarkable night. >> democrats assembled in philadelphia in july. we are going to see the results of one of the great political upsets of the history of the united states. >> and we're going to -- >> good morning, everybody. we've got results from dixie land and the desert as well. a big day for donald trump and a big day as well for hillary clinton. >> and we have team coverage this morning from new york city. split screen on the left. and split screen on the right.
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we have tucker carlson from lizard's thicket in columbia, south carolina, live from the palmetto state. good morning, tucker. >> well, good morning. i don't think i have ever seen anything like i have seen in 25 years of covering politics. you couldn't design a state less hospitable to donald trump. he is a cartoon character yankee who won in a primary dominated by vevangelicals. this is an earthquake politically. >> everybody has had their vote count and in south carolina won by donald trump by double digits. rubio and cruz neck and neck. i don't know if we said that -- who finished in second place. kasich and carson said they're in it, but of course jeb bush said he's out. >> right now, tucker, you've got a great interview last night with the winner, didn't you? >> yeah, we did.
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we got the first interview with donald trump at the marriott in spartanburg. even trump would concede this was a little surprised by the margin here. he is not again -- not the kind of candidate who wins in this state. i think if you take three steps back, once you win south carolina if you're donald trump it's kind of hard to see where you lose. we posed that question to him last night. here's part of what he said. >> so you won the south carolina primary against all odds. what's the lesson in that? >> well, we worked hard and i just had a great relationship with the people from south carolina. just been amazing. it was a bonding. we had the biggest crowds. 4,000 or 6,000 people every time. we knew something good was going to happen. >> if you won here, where are you going to lose? >> i don't know -- i don't like to talk about losing. >> right. >> we were great with the military. i have to thank the vets and the military. we were tremendous with evangelicals. we won that straight across the
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board. we won women, we won men. we won sort of everything. it's an amazing evening. >> will you try to win over those in washington? >> no, i'm going to keep winning. >> do you think the issues of immigration and trade resonated with voters? >> i think trade, the wall, frankly. there was a wall that some of the candidates said we have to build a wall. where did that come from? we want strong borders. basically we want to stop crime in our country, but the military was very important. i think that's why i think i won with the military. >> were you surprised that the governor's endorsement here had less effect? >> i had the lieutenant governor, mcmasters, and frankly, i like him better. his endorsement was a lot better than hers. >> where are you headed now? >> i'm going to make a stage, i'm going up to the stage. >> we'll watch you. thank you. good to see you. >> there you go. tucker carlson with the exclusive donald trump just moments before he was going to declare victory in south
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carolina. tucker, great interview. would it kill you to comb your hair when you're doing a big interview like that, hello? >> i have been on the road too long. do you know how many paid staffers he had? five. five. this is the basically the end of the meaning of citizens united. it will be the opposite here. the most obvious answer the guy with the most cash does not win for sure. >> well, in this case the guy with the most personality apparently did. some of the fox news exit polls indicate who voted in a large way for trump. the people who were angry with the federal government as you can see, trump got 44. 20 points ahead of ted cruz followed by rubio and carson. >> up next on the fox news exit
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polls, 63% to trump, 13% to cruz. 11% to carson and 9% to rubio. >> finally, we'll detail in this week's -- we thought this was in ted cruz's pocket. donald trump actually won the evangelical vote as you can see. he wound up with 34% to ted cruz at 26. rubio, 21 and ben carson with 7. >> i think we just know how hard senator cruz tried to get that evangelical vote. his dad was a pastor, rafael cruz, out on the campaign for him. he spent a lot of time on corridor that is concentrated with evangelicals, but donald trump seemed to prevail and evangelicals who are fed up with politics and political correctness seem to have gone to him, tucker. >> it's a remarkable outcome. here's a guy from new york, who's vulgar, brash unapologetically secular winning evangelicals. a lot of people are terrified their country is slipping away and they want him as bodyguard
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to protect their freedom of speech and freedom of worship. i think that's the only way to read it. >> you know what donald trump swept every evangelical vote in every south carolina district. he won every district with the evangelical vote. he won all south carolina counties. i think except two or three. so now the battle turns to, okay, if trump is number one, who's the alternative? that's really where cruz and rubio are trying to duke it out right now. >> yep. let's take a look at that race once again. because they are absolutely neck and neck with 22.5% going to rubio and 22.3% going to senator ted cruz. what's going to happen, tucker? are they going to potentially beat out donald trump or going to devour each other in the process, beating each other up? >> i think this is a pretty tough outcome for both of them, but especially for ted cruz. if he can't win in south carolina, it does raise the obvious question where is the next victory? i mean, you have to start
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thinking ahead now and i really think this was by design. trump really hurt him with the liar list and scott walker and jeb bush and chris christie. if jeb gets out, i think the votes will go to trump. it tells you -- i mean, we could be going right to the -- you know what i mean? you can see the future here a little bit. >> sure. >> shocking. >> then the other headline aside from the fact that hillary clinton won and that donald trump won is that jeb bush could see the writing on the wall and as you can see right there this is the bottom three. he was stuck in single digits after spending millions of dollars in south carolina as well. he had his brother, former president. his his mother, he had all sorts of surrogates and attend of the day, jeb bush said you know what, the people of iowa and
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south carolina and new hampshire have spoken and time for me to go home. >> in a gra too. >> it was. his voice cracked as we saw he was saying he was suspending his campaign. >> the crowd said no no, and he said yeah yeah. when he threw his hat in the ring, he was the early favorite and his poll numbers continued to decline. a lot of pundits are saying this is a three-man race and john kasich is saying hey, i'm winning the governor's bracket. >> you can only conclude the republican party has really changed affection for the bush's is still high, but it's not their party it logically anymore. >> and dr. ben carson, last night, he said many people think i'm going to give my concession speech right now. absolutely not. this is just the beginning he said. >> mean while, let's go out west. >> on the democratic side now. the nevada caucus goes to
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hillary clinton. >> she got 53% over bernie sanders at 47%. the big question, is her win enough to stop bernie's momentum? remember, he won big last week in new hampshire. >> yes, he did. alicia acuna is joining us live with a whole lot more. >> good morning, anna and steve. and despite a loss, senator sanders told a crowd during his concession speech that the wind was at their backs, treating this more like a minor setback more than anything else. but for secretary clinton this gives her the momentum she desperately needs. it was not the landslide her camp was hoping for a month ago when she led by 25 points but it did show the support she was able to garner from african-american voters and hispanics. although sanders did gather more from latinos than she did. >> some may have doubted us, but we never doubted each other. americans are right to be angry. but we're also hungry for rel solutions.
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>> as for bernie sanders losing by five percentage points something he told his crowd okay, he managed to come up from trailing double digits to within striking distance of clinton who had troops on the ground months before he did last year. last night, he doubled down on the commitment to keep fighting and took direct aim at his opponent. >> but i also know that on super tuesday and before we are going to be taking on a very powerful and well funded super pac. a super pac that receives significant amounts of money from wall street and wealthy special interests. >> clinton is far ahead in the overall delegate count because of early endorsements from superdelegates. look at the numbers there and guys up here for nevada the gop caucus on tuesday.
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>> alicia acuna live with the very latest. tucker, this does calm down hillary's supporters who were big shipped maalox over the barrels. >> well, he still won hispanic votes and still far ahead in the actual vote tally, which makes those delegate numbers pretty amazing. she still has the establishment and that's what matters on that side. >> it's rigged! i'm telling you it's rigged. >> it is rigged. >> it is rigged. >> but real quick, the turnout, 80,000 nevadans turned out which actually is a drop by about a third compared to 2008. so is that an early indication that democrats at least in that state are not as excited and enthused? >> enough politics for right now. >> we have a fox news alert. we need to get to this. another breaking story that happened overnight. seven people including two children are dead after a random shooting spree in michigan overnight. police say a lone gunman
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identified as jason dawson randomly opened fire on people at a car dealership, a cracker barrel and an apartment complex. one victim an 8-year-old girl. a six hour manhunt ensued and the police arrested him at his home. investigators do not have a motive. we will have a live report on this story in just about 15 minute. >> just absolutely terrible. more late. meanwhile, critics thought donald trump's gaffes would have ended his comment, so will it hurt him at all going forward? byron york who has been watching the campaign going to join us next live from south carolina. feel a cold sore coming on? only abreva can heal it in as few as two and a half days when used at the first sign. it penetrates deep and starts to work immediately to block the virus and protect healthy cells.. don't tough it out, knock it out, fast. abreva.
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running for president, it's tough, it's nasty, it's mean and vicious. it's beautiful. make america great again and it's going to be greater than ever before. let's have a big win in nevada and in the s.e.c. let's put this thing away and let's make america great again. >> well, our next guest says trump's big wins confounds the critics who thought his comments would have done in by now. the washington examiner's chief correspondent byron york is joining us right now. good morning to you. >> good morning, steve. >> well, his -- his win last night was a capper to the crazy week. he took on the pope, the bush family. he took on the iraq war and at the end, he won by double digits. >> it's just an insane week. i mean, just a week ago, donald trump basically dumped all over george w. bush. a popular former president here in south carolina.
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he said some qualified but nice things about planned parenthood, a very unpopular group among republicans here in south carolina. and then a few days later, a few days went on, he got into this weird spat with the pope. i think there were a number of trump critics who thought, this is finally it. finally his mouth has caught up with him and he ends up winning by double digits on saturday night. talking with his supporters in spartans burg last night, they view him as a truth teller. a man who is very, very honest. when he says something outrageous, it almost confirms their belief in him as a truth teller. otherwise, why would he say something like that? >> yeah. >> not only did it not hurt him, it actually confirmed their view of him as an honest man who tells its like it is. >> you have isolated a couple of the exit polls you wanted to talk about. first up, the number of
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respondents with a college degree, marco rubio won slightly ahead of donald trump, 27 to 25. then the next one respondents with no college degree, trump won clearly there. the final one to talk about was the evangelicals. and ted cruz was supposed to win that decidedly, but trump had 34% and ted cruz had 26%. what happened there? >> well, you know, cruz and trump this whole campaign, especially in iowa and now here in south carolina have used different strategies in trying to approach evangelicals. cruz has been openly overtly religious. he's quoted the bible. and he's had a very religious tone to his remarks. trump, nothing. you go to the trump event he doesn't talk about bible, he doesn't quote scripture. and the trump people were making a bet and the bet was that evangelicals in south carolina
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want jobs. they want to secure the border. they want to destroy isis. in other words, the same issues that are motivating republicans everywhere are motivating evangelicals. and they won that bet last night and i think cruz may have to rework his approach to evangelical voters going into the s.e.c. primaries. >> a simple answer, does trump run the table as he said a couple of days ago? >> he's not as organized, but he appears to have a big lead. but i have to tell you, in an alternate scenario, if you had one who had new hampshire by a landslide, and in south carolina, it's time to unite behind the clear winner. >> byron, you had a late night in south carolina. thank you for joining us live. >> thank you, steve.
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well, good morning. a fox news alert. it's what officials are calling the worst nightmare, at least seven people are dead in michigan in what is believed to be a random shooting at three separate locations and cops have just identified the suspect. >> garrett tenney is joining us live from washington, d.c. with the very latest. >> good morning steve and anna. this started in the 6:00 p.m. in the parking lot of an apartment
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complex where random woman was shot in a drive by shooting. the rampage continued when a father and son looking at cars together at a nearby dealership were gunned down. 15 minutes after that, five people were shot and killed outside of a cracker barrel restaurant including a 14-year-old girl. shortly after midnight, police arrested the 45-year-old man they say is responsible. he didn't resist or put up a fight and weapons were found inside his car. we are working to confirm his identity and the question still remains though is why. >> this is your worst nightmare where you have somebody just driving around randomly killing people. there's usually a rhyme or reason to it and in this particular case we're not finding that. hopefully when we interview the individual he'll disclose that to us. >> reporter: now, a small miracle, a 9-year-old boy outside the restaurant was initially thought to be dead. he was brought back to life at
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the hospital but is in critical condition now. steve and anna? >> terrible story. thanks. we'll turn our attention now to politics once again. and our tucker carlson down in columbia, south carolina. >> thank you. well, the results of the south carolina primary are in. they have effectively winnowed the field down to a three-man race. we think anyway. we have a terrific panel this morning. brad thomas is a friend of donald trump's and in a book about him, he's the author of that. and hogan giggly who ran the huckabee winner. i heard people say rubio is the real winner last night. >> well, eclipsed ted cruz, i think ted cruz is the loser in this. he was at 41% in iowa december 17th. barely beat donald trump in iowa. he comes here he's up five to seven points over marco rubio. just a couple of days ago. and he slipped all the way to
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third in a state that should be tailor made we heard for ted cruz because of all the evangelicals. it's been a colossal collapse for ted cruz over the last month, month and a half. starting in iowa, a big surge for rubio at the end. but he had everybody on his team, his campaign were south carolina consultants. i think it helped him. >> the governor, a most popular senator. if cruz were to collapse, if iowa is the last state he wins, the bulk of those voters go to trump, don't think? >> i would think so. but actually, i think cruz is going to stay in this for a long time. he's one of the most -- the best funded candidates in this race. he's raised a lot of money, i wonder if that continues on. if he wasn't able to win south carolina. but i think the path for rubio and cruz looks very dark at this point. if trump is able to win south carolina, he can kind of sweep the board it looks like. not only in the south, but, you know, vermont also has a primary on march 1st as well. i think he can do it there.
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>> if you win vermont and south carolina, two states that have literally nothing in common that tells you something. i asked mr. trump last night you're winning the states but don't you have to get right with the republican party in washington and he said, no, not really. >> no, 14r9. i think this is a big victory for south carolina. i live in south carolina. i have been following trump for about three years. and, you know, it's pretty clear that people in south carolina are fed up and they're fed up with what's going on with the government today. and, you know, i think the people in south carolina really resonated last night. we want a business man, a ceo for this country. >> right. yeah. well, apparently something resonated. so jeb bush out last night in a pretty dignified way, i thought. people are rejecting bush the man, the family. there's residual affections, but on the issues people don't agree with jeb bush and his family like they used to. >> i don't know if they don't agree with him, but it wasn't
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his time. voters want someone to cut taxes or balance the budget. they want someone to protect life and jeb bush did all of those things in florida. >> yes, he did. >> but instead, voters say i want someone -- or a group of people there who have done none of these things and have talked about them. for some reason it was almost like accomplishment was a complete mill stone around your neck. >> well, for sure. i think most republican voters don't think that immigration is an act of love, they think that. >> i think that. >> trump has been going after jeb bush since job one. he's the embodiment of the establishment and that's largely what trump has been running against. so i think that resonates with a lot of people. here and across the country who are just frustrated with politics in general and see bush and, you know, to some extent cruz and rubio as part of that as well. >> and scott walker, chris christie, jeb bush, all of them fall by donald trump.
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he's good at knocking these guys off. >> absolutely. again, it goes back to his experience i think. you know, trump is a battle tested brand. you know, a lot of people refer to him as a human brand. but he is absolutely battle tested. people see his experience coming to the table here. >> we will see. it was great to see you this morning. you're all so awake. >> i love politics. >> so are you. marco rubio shifting his focus this morning to donald trump. before he even lands in nevada which is of course the next contest. what rubio had to say about trump, you'll want to hear it coming up. and the daytona 500 is today. our friend rick reichmuth is live with michael waltrip. that's all next. feel a cold sore coming on? only abreva can heal it in as few as two and a half days when used at the first sign. it penetrates deep and starts to work immediately
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scott an governor nikki haley, two major endorsements and trey gowdy who helped him get over the edge and bring back his performance from where he was in new hampshire when he was at fifth. tucker carlson, good morning. >> well, good morning, anna. it was a great -- he's a great speaker, a great speech. didn't win a single delegate, trump won them all. but the republican establishment is basically all in for marco rubio this morning. >> sure. >> if that matters. >> because they don't like trump and they do not like ted cruz. >> exactly right. >> trump looks unstoppable at this point. i mean, he clearly is the front-runner. marco rubio last night when he was getting out of town had these things to say on his jet airplane about suddenly he's very interested in taking down donald trump. listen. >> we feel like we're on the
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bottom of the heap and people -- we're going to welcome on our team. people we have known for a long time. because of long time loyalties and relationships with the governor and their admiration for him, obviously we're working with him. but hopefully we can bring everybody together. donald now -- now that the race has narrowed he needs to step up and outline his foreign policy vision and he can't rely on experts he won't name. presidents have no know on day one with difficult issues that confront you on the global stage and they have to be united. >> it was kind of hard to hear, but the key point is i think donald -- now that the race has narrowed he needs to step up and outline the foreign policy vision and he shouldn't rely on experts he won't name. >> i think it's an entirely fair critique. trump has gone awfully far on very few specifics and that's going to need to change. if there's one lesson of the election so far is that actual voters are reacting against the idea that washington can tell them to do.
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so everyone who gets on the tv and writes that rubio is the real winner here and he's not, i think that helps trump. i think it's counterproductive for the washington establishment not to back a guy who's wink. >> there's been a lot of pundits who said that donald trump needs to say more about, you know, you're going to build a wall and mexico going to pay for it, well, how. you're the best jobs president ever, well, how. you're going to defeat isis and how. it seems like his supporters are loving the fact he's a symbol, a middle finger to washington. >> and his ultimate message is we're going to win. i'm going to make america a winner. and speaking of winners, there will be a winner today. as we gather up for the 5th running of daytona 500.
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we have rick reichmuth in florida. it's 52 in new york city. how is it in florida this morning? >> hey, 52 degrees in new york city right now, you can't complain about that that much either. >> no. >> like upper 50s here. so a little bit warmer. no chance of rain here at daytona which is good news. tell you what, people in florida though everybody is talking about the election right now. and the same going on here. last night we stopped by a restaurant local restaurant and got their reaction to the results that were going on yesterday. take a listen to what people had to say. >> it tells you, you know, that everyone is pretty angry at this point. >> i think four years ago it would not have been a bush and a hillary. >> jeb, he was on his way out. i can see that. >> so it's down to rubio. >> who are you pulling for? >> trump. >> yeah, trump. this country should be run as a corporation, not politics.
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that's why i'm voting for trump. >> i think trump will bring the country back. >> i don't think we need another bush in the office anymore. >> trump. >> pulling for trump. he's truthful to himself. >> he just talks like a -- like we're talking in a bar. >> we're abc -- anybody but clinton. >> well, there you go, guys. lots of reaction there. now i'm joined by michael waltrip, two-time winner of this daytona race. have you chosen anyone yet? >> ricky bobby. he's a great leader. >> this is your 29th time. this is going on for 58 years, you have done it for half of them. >> it's amazing. the vibe today is incredible. the new stadium is amazing. toyota, four levels of interactive experience for the fans. i love driving a toyota and i love how they support the nascar
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family. >> there are 135,000 seats that have been replaced, they're wider and bigger and a comfortable experience for people now. >> it's amazing. we drank wine out of boxes here at nascar. i saw people with nice wine glasses yesterday. just chilling, enjoying the great xfinity race we had on fox yesterday. and today, the experience is going to be amazing. >> there will be boxes of wipe going on here. >> that's in the infield. >> jeff gordon retired last year and he's joining fox sports now announcing. how is he going to do in the announcing booth compared to driving? >> he's been amazing this week. he brings so much energy and insight to the broadcast. i love that jeff's a part of our family. he's a champion. he's wop the daytona 500. he's done it all. a future hall of famer and he wants to tell the fans about what we do here in nascar. i think that's a great thing. the vibe today is unmatched. the way that the fans are lining up and coming into the place,
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i'm so happy. >> so true. well, listen, 29th time you have won this twice. may this be your third in your 52 years of life. once in is life, maybe go back to "dancing with the stars" again. he's good. >> i had my coffee already. >> start wiggling the hips. >> i'm with him. i could use some coffee. >> we have some on the way. >> the best part of waking up is watching "fox & friends.." hillary clinton wins in nevada but is that enough to cool off the bern? coming up, a bernie and hillary supporter go at it. ever wonder what it's like at a donald trump victory party? tucker carlson sans neck tie takes us behind the scenes from south carolina.
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hi, everyone. well, hillary clinton came out in top in nevada and bernie sanders made it clear he's not going anywhere. >> i'm on my way to texas. i'm on my way to texas. bill is on his way to colorado. the fight goes on, the future that we want is within our grasp. thank you all. god bless you. >> i believe that when democrats assemble in philadelphia in july at that convention, we are going to see the results of one of the great political upsets in the history of the united states. >> but the question this morning, will clinton's momentum be enough to extinguish bernie's bern? brad woodhouse and state representative, and sanders support, cesar mcknight join us.
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>> good morning. how are you? >> good. your candidate did not win last night, but sanders had a decent showing to where he was a couple of months ago. what are your thoughts this morning? >> i think that senator sanders did an excellent job last night and for him to crawl out of single digits into almost winning nevada tells us that we have momentum. and it tells us that the clinton machine is not the unstoppable force that a lot of people have portrayed it to be. >> brad, she may have won with 53% of the vote last night. but look at the national poll right now. too close for comfort is the question this morning, clinton at 44% and sanders at 47%. what do you make of these numbers? >> well, look -- >> i'm sorry. >> i think that was me. let me tell you what i think of those numbers. i don't think they matter, what
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matters right now is what's going of on in the states. we have had three contests, hillary won two of them. the only one that senator sanders won was in new hampshire, next door to where he represents vermont. you know, it was has campaign that said he had all the momentum going into nevada, he lost hispanics, he lost union americans and casino works. she has a lot of momentum. going into south carolina. where she already has the lead. she's ahead in ten of the 12 states that vote in the first week of march. >> representative mcknight, we hear from bernie sanders all the time saying that the economy is rigged for the wealthy. is he going to start saying, will it be an argument in the future that the democratic nomination, the road to it, is rigged in favor in clinton? take a look at these numbers they're tied at the delegate count at 51. but when the superdelegates are included, clinton has 502 compared to sanders' 70. >> i would agree -- i think saying that it's rigged is a bit
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strong. i don't like the way it's situated with the superdelegate aspect. i think it cuts out the voice of the people and so it gives people the uneasy feeling that even though i do vote, some person who's called a superdelegate can supersede the wishes of the public. i don't think senator sanders needs to focus on that. he needs to stay on message and continue to talk about the economic disparity in this economy and talk about what effects african-american and latinos and i think his message rings more sincere than secretary clinton. >> the number is 502 for clinton and 72 for bernie. that's all the time. enjoy your sunday. coming up, which way did the youth vote go in south carolina? meghan mccain joins us live to break down the numbers. plus, ever wonder what it's
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a election night, there's nothing better than being in the room than watch party of the winner. there's nothing worse than being in the watch party of the losers. >> tucker carlson has been with the winner -- >> i've been with every loser since '90. this was different. people are vindicated, a lot reviled by the so-called elites in washington, new york, and latest, and felt like last night was their night. here's what some of them said.
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♪ >> i watched you this morning! i watch fox from 5:00 until i go to bed every night! >> we're at trump headquarters in spartanburg. the race has been called, and the crowd is en fuego as mr. trump might say. we'll talk to supporters. [ cheers ] >> awesome! >> reporter: what do you think? >> i'm amazed. i love it. go, trump! >> reporter: we have an australian supporters of trump here. why are you for trump? >> america is to be a beacon of hope and light for the rest of the world. donald trump provides the american people the opportunity to speak to the truth again. >> reporter: the fire marshal shut this down. there are too many people here. over my shoulder you see a big crowd waiting to get in. unbelievable. why you here? >> my gosh, i've been for trump
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for years. >> reporter: here you have a guy from new york city winning in south carolina, in the heart of the south. how did that happen? >> oh, that's what i've been wondering for many years. i am tired of of the career politicians. >> reporter: how do you think trump will do against hillary clinton? >> i think you love him or hate him. and i think he'll win it. >> reporter: how old are you? >> 20. >> reporter: is it an unpopular position to be for trump on your campus? >> it's a lot of bernie right now. hopefully we're going to try and change. >> oh, i love mr. trump. he tells it like it is. he's got them all talking about things we needed to hear about. i love mr. trump. it's like uncle donnie, you know? >> reporter: who's uncle don? >> donald trump. >> with the winner, tucker carlson. >> uncle donnie. that australian guy of the smartest guy i talked to all night. he said this is all about the fact that americans can't say what they think about anything. and they're reacting against that. i think there's a lot of truth
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in that. >> many saying, man, this has been a tough week for donald trump, taking on the pope and taking on popular president in south carolina -- george h.w. bush. he prevailed by double digits. >> i was at the victory party in new hampshire. and this is something i had never seen boofr -- you know, usually there might be a bar kind of skimpy in the back. the trump party had a full bar, and they had waiters passing -- >> was it top festival? >> it was top shelf -- top shelf? >> it was top shelf. they had waiters passing scallops wrapped in bacon to the crowd. unbelievable food. >> it's trump! they're afternoon -- it's not mr. vodka. it's stoly. >> for sure. >> no kidding. that was great. tucker, thank you very much. he's going to be with us all morning long from south carolina. >> doing a great job. thanks. five minutes before the top of the hour. in michigan, seven people dead in four different crime scenes after a man opened fire.
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across the potomac is the washington cartel in full terror that the conservative grassroots are rising up. >> people of iowa and new hampshire and south carolina have spoken. and i really respect their decision. tonight, i am suspending my campaign. >> history will say that on this night in south carolina, we took the first step forward. >> this thing started, there were 17 candidates. there are only six now, and i'm still one of them. i'm not going anywhere. [ applause ] time for breakfast, ladies and gentlemen. that's what they're serving this morning in columbia, south carolina. lizard's thicket, where tucker carlson has s located. let me get this straight. years ago, this family shows up
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in lizard thicket, and they say, lizard thicket is the perfect place it build a restaurant, right? >> reporter: i think it was something like that. this, the restaurant i'm in really is the meeting place, we're not far from the state house, for people who run south carolina. and i think all of them this morning are thinking, what just happened to our state? here a guy, really a cartoon character version of a yankee, brash, loud, vulgar, unapologetic secular, just won by double digits in a state whose primary was 75% evangelical. i've never seen anything like this before. really tells us this primary is just on its ear. it's not what we expected, and it's going in a direction no one account have predicted. >> it also shows the polls were trite at least for trump keeping that double-digit lead. 32, 22.5, 22.3, and --
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>> i know rubio's people saying he was the big winner. he did do better than he was forecast. he had nikki haley behind him. tim scott the senator, and the popular congressman from one of the districts there for the last three days blitzing the media. and rubio, he clearly is now after trump. he sees himself as -- you know, a lot of people see this guy even though he had great tea party support to win the senate seat from florida. a lot of people regard him as the establishment's version of the guy to take out donald trump. >> yeah. they do. i mean, he, of course, had the -- the endorsement of government, nikki haley, the most popular politician in the state, tim scott. from here, he spent about $12 million in the state and didn't get a single county or win a single delegate. trump spent $1.7 million. it's rewriting how we think of the campaigns. we caught up with trump after his first interview after
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winning. he seemed in shock. i certainly was. here's part of what he said. you won the south carolina primary against all odds. what's the lesson in that? >> we worked hard, and i just had a great relationship with the people from south carolina. it's been amazing. it was a bondsing. we had the biggest crowds, 4,000, 5,000, 6,000 people. it was amazing. we knew something really good was going to happen. >> reporter: if you won here, where are you going to lose? >> i don't know. i don't like to talk about losing. we were great with the military -- i have to thank the vets and military. we had tremendous numbers there. we were tremendous with evangelicals. we won that straight across the board. we won women. we won men. we won sort of everything. it's been an amazing evening. >> are you going to try to win over r who are skeptical? >> no, i'm just going keep winning with the people. >> reporter: dye think the issues of immigration and trade are whatties are na ies arwhat voters? >> the wall, some of the candidate were saying, we've got
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to build a wall. where did that come from? we want to have strong borders. i mean, basically we want to stop crime in our country. but the military was very important. i think that's why we won. >> reporter: were you surprised that the governor's endorsement here had less effect? >> well, i had the lieutenant governor. lieutenant governor mcmasters. and frankly, i like him better. his endorsement obviously was a lot better than hers. >> reporter: where are you headed? >> i'm going to make a speech. i'm going up to the stage. >> reporter: we'll watch you. thanks a lot. appreciate it. good to see you. thank you. >> when he got to the stage, the lieutenant governor and his wife were right behind -- there's milania there. trump and the trump children, as well. the lieutenant governor was right behind trump along with his wife. tucker, for historical purposes, and this is important given that donald trump did win a commanding lead by double digits, since 1980, every bloun's won new hampshire and south carolina -- republican's
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won new hampshire and south carolina. >> and not only that, since 1980, every single none south carolina has gone on to win the nomination except for group group in 2012. >> i think a lot of people are waking up in washington this morning, republicans especially with the horrifying realization, horrifying to them, that donald trump is on his way. if you look at winning nevada and vermont, where do you lose exactly? at some point soon, we'll see members of the establishment leave the country for good or try make peace with trump. >> it's interesting. a number of evangelical organizations put out robo calls, sent out emails on ted cruz's behalf. he was supposed to one the evangelical vote. yesterday at the end according to fox news and our exit poll, donald trump beat ted cruz by five. had it turned the other way, that could have been a factor. >> this is someone senator cruz
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who cites scripture on the campaign trail, prays, his father, a pastor campaigning for him. he was courting this evangelical vote hard. what do you think it is about donald trump that i is getting those voters? just that he's the anti-p.c. candidate? >> i think that's it. trump does a poor imetition of an evangelical. he's -- imitation of an evangelical. he's fooling no one. i don't think evangelicals are looking to hire one of their own. they're looking for someone to protect them from what shthey s as threats to their worship and free speech. and there are threats to practicing orthodox christians. they're real. they think that trump and his new york values are the one thing that will protect them from seeing their right taken away. i think that's what this is about, having interviewed a lot of them. >> the true establishment candidate was jeb bush. the voters down there delivered a devastating verdict. he wound up with less than 10%. in the bottom tier.
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he was the leader, but still less than 10%. his super pac spent tens of millions of dollars on adds. he and his family made trips there. his brother was there, his mother was there. and in the end, last night just before donald trump took the stage to say thank you to south carolina, he emotionally said, thank you, south carolina, i'm going home. watch this. >> i'm proud of the campaign that we've run to unify our country and to advocate conservative solutions that would give more americans the opportunity to rise up and reach their god-given potential. but the people of iowa and new hampshire and south carolina have spoken, and i really respect their decision. so tonight, i am suspending my campaign. >> no -- >> yeah, yeah. thank you -- [ applause ] >> well, it was emotional, and
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it was a classy end to his campaign, tucker. >> it was -- what a nice man. i don't think any of this, this is my thought, it was a repudiation of jeb the man. certainly not of his family. i think, and this is something that everyone in washington overlooks always, it might come down to i. it might turn out that republican -- down to issues. it might turn out that the republican voters don't agree. they don't think illegal immigration is an act of love. it doesn't mean they're bad or jeb is bad. it's a divide on the facts of how you want to govern between republican voters and the establishment. i don't see any other conclusion. >> and had -- it hurt him when donald trump called him low energy a couple of months ago. it t made the poll numbers go down. he did well in the last debate. the question is where will those votes go. will they go behind senator marco rubio in the establishment lane? >> and will jeb endorse marco
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rubio -- >> because a certain person is getting out i'm going to get all the votes. i'm going to get them, too. >> if you combine the votes of trump and the other anti-establishment candidate, ted cruz, you get to 55%. that tells you where we're going here. >> there you go. we know where you're at. you're at lizard thicket. what are you having for breakfast? >> reporter: no, i'm embarrassed of my eating recently. i'm getting back to new york in a week. getting back on the anna program. >> when i was at the diner, you had a stack of pancakes. you had eggs, home fries. you had -- >> reporter: you know, i got to get off the road. >> he had milk, a sundae, it was 4:00 in the morning -- >> get steak and gravy and grits -- >> reporter: i will better than that. i will say. >> let's go from dixie to the desert, heading west to the nevada caucus. hillary clinton holding off bernie sanders. she had to do it, and she did. >> she claimed 53% over bernie
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sanders, 47%. the question, is her win big enough to stop sanders' momentum? we have more. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. senator bernie sanders isn't really treating this as much of a loss. he made that clear in his concession speech last night. in part because who've showed up to caucus for the democrat from vermont. that is hispanics and young people who he's been heavily courting. remember, just five weeks ago, he was trailing secretary clinton in polls here by 25%. the ability to narrow that gap for his campaign was a good sign. >> we have come a very long way in nine months. it is clear to me and i think most observers that the wind is at our backs. we have the momentum. >> it can't just be about what we're going to give to you. has to be about what we're going to build together.
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[ applause ] >> your generation is the most tolerant and connected our country has ever seen. >> reporter: before heading on to texas, clinton thanked her supporters. african-americans came out as did union workers. her camp set up shop here early last year. that strategy of building on the caucus states, something that candidates obama did in 2008. now, here's where things stand with the all-important delegate count -- including superdelegates, clinton has 502 delegates, sanders 70. it takes 2,383 delegates to win the nomination. presidential politics not done with nevada yet. republican candidates begin descending on the silver state for their caucus on tuesday. back to you guys. >> all right. thank you very much. and tucker, we'll dial you in for one more second. you know, hillary really had to win she's had a presence in the
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state of nevada for the last ten months. she spent millions there. she had to beat bernie because really he's just come alive in the laust couple of months. >> reporter: that's true. but the numbers are key. she has 502 delegates. he has 70. who has won more actual vote? bernie sanders by a long shot. is this they rigged game? i'm sorry to sound like bernie sanders, but this is not a democratic process. the guy who wins more votes has 70 and the one who has less has 500. unbelievable. >> the superdelegates are the favorite and all in hillary's pocket. stand by. >> yep. and the democrats hitting south carolina next where tucker is. 12 minutes after the hour. a fox news alert. six people including a child are dead after a random shooting spree throughout michigan. it happened overnight. police say a lone gunman identified as jason dalton drove around kalamazoo and randomly
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opened fire at three different locations. one victim, an 8-year-old girl. two people badly hurt. a six-hour manhunt ensued. police eventually arresting the suspect at his home. investigators still trying to figure out a motive. we'll continue to follow this. >> what a terrible story. a father and his son looking at a used car, just shot dead. >> minding their own business. going about their daily lives. >> we've got details, the guy's name, the suspect. we'll share it shortly. in the meantime, it may be a three-man race according to marco rubio and the primary k. ted cruz or marco himself stop the trump train? megan mccain is joining us live on this sunday morning with her take. come on in. >> there she is. come on in. plus, we're going to continue our coverage from the his thicket restaurant in columbia, south carolina. bring on the black eyed peas and collard greens. pet moments are beautiful, unless you have allergies. then your eyes may see it differently.
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last night's south carolina primary proved it may be a three-man race on the republican side. marco rubio described it that way. >> many wondering will rubio or cruz be able to stop donald trump's momentum and win the nomination? here to contribute, megan mccain. good morning. thank you for being with us. >> thank you. >> it your headline -- >> it's trump's to lose. i'm not a trump supporter, but he's got so much momentum, and we'll know in the next three weeks whether he can win. and marco rubio and ted cruz have to decide who would go up against trump. i would say it's a two-man race between ted cruz and donald trump. >> with kasich and rubio in the
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race, how much damage is that doing -- >> ben carson not dropping out is a special kind of delusion i don't understand. john kasich the same. if you start about the non-trump vote, you have to acclimate the votes that aren't going to him. if they want to make some, i don't know, folk song message of some kind, what they're doing. you have to stop being secretary of yirg. right now ben -- selfish. right now ben carson and john kasich are selfish. there's no way they'll become president. >> the exit polling, people between 17 and 29. 28 went to ted cruz ted cruz, 26% to donald trump, 22% to marco rubio, what do you think -- >> i think broadly when it comes to the youth vote, messageials are going to -- millennials are going to him. there are branding issues with young people. i would like any candidate that's going to reach out -- >> who's going to vote for bern? >> i hope and pray to god not -- >> he's offering free college. if you didn't have a college fund and heard that message, you
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would go for that message. >> i think i'd be logical enough to know that nothing in life comes for free. that money will come from someplace -- >> at 19 you don't know that. >> i angthink at 19 i was a lit jaded. >> what do you think the republican party needs to do to change their message to appeal to millennials? >> free college. >> that's not the answer -- maybe for bernie sanders. but talking about what being conserve means, republican values, taking personal responsibility, drawing national defense. all the things that the party is based on. people get caught up in the social issues in the wrong way. i think young people pay a lot of attention, but i think the republican party needs -- there's a lot of great people speaking out. i love marco rubio's messaging in a lot of ways. i think there are a lot of great [ speaking pennsylvania dutch ] ing out. we can't let the liberal left co-op the narrative. >> in years past, and i know your family is familiar with how this works, if somebody ran away with it in new hampshire and
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wins by double-digits in south carolina, by now, the party establishment would be saying it's time for us to unite, to coalesce around the front-runner. >> there's no candidate in history that has won new hampshire and south carolina on the republican side that hasn't gone on to become the nominee. obviously for a lot of us, for me, still questioning whether or not donald trump's a conservative is a real question. that being said, if he wins, he wins. that's -- you know, the world we're going to live in and the life we're leading. you have to come around the nominee. we'll know soon. a few more weeks. >> super tuesday. >> appreciate you coming in. a fox news alert. anna told you this a couple of minutes ago. horror in michigan, six people shot dead at four crime scenes. police gave an update. we're live in kalamazoo next. and hillary clinton picks up a crucial win over bernie sanders in nevada. can he bounce back? democratic strategist joe trip oh deck as we continue our live
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previously thought was killed is only seriously injure and would in the hospital. this is the man they say is responsible. 45-year-old jason brian dalton. and this all started around 6:00 p.m. last night in the parking lot of an apartment complex. a woman was shot multiple times in a drive-by shooting. four hours later the rampage continued when a father and son looking at cars in a nearby car dealership were fatally gunned down. 15 minutes after that. five people were shot outside of a cracker barrel restaurant. four killed. shortly after midnight, police arrested jason brian dalton. they found a gun in his car. detectives are searching his home. in the last 15 minutes, here's what the prosecuting attorney said about the case. >> there is no continuing threat to the safety of this community. we have a suspect in custody. we have no reason to believe
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that there was more than one person involved in any of these incidents. >> reporter: the threat is over, they say. they believe he was the only person involved and responsible. back to you. >> thank you very much. the question is why. >> what's the motive? to lizard thicket and time for tucker and trippy. >> reporter: thanks, steve. she saw her double-digit lead evaporate the past few weeks and suffered a big blow in new hampshire. hillary clinton narrowly beat bernie sanders in nevada caucuses yesterday. >> i'm on my way to texas. bill is on his way to colorado. the fight goes on! the future that we want is within our grasp! thank you all! god bless you! >> is the sanders rebound possible? who would he need to do to pum it off? joining us, fox news analyst, joe trippy.
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genuinely smart guy. good morning. hours he how i see -- here's how i see. it you've got bernie sanders winning the strong majority of the votes cast. and as of today he has 70 delegates. hillary clinton has 502 delegates. is it wrong to conclude that maybe this is a rigged deal on the democratic side? >> reporter: no, those superdelegates are unpledged. they're pledging that they're going to vote for her. they did that last time. and as soon as obama started to beat her, most started to move over. by the end, she didn't have a superdelegate advantage against obama. so that's like a -- that's literally a poll of -- of the unpledged delegates. but it's -- you know, they mean it right now, but they won't mean it if she started to be in real trouble and was losing. >> is there any scenario in which she could be in real trouble and start losing? >> i don't think so. the most interesting thing in the nevada results last night
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was that she -- when you look deep into the numbers, she defeated sanders 76-22 with african-americans. that's been a problem in all the tracking, in all the cross tabs in the polls i'm looking at. you're coming to south carolina where you are next saturday, and 52% of the vote is going to be african-american. she lost that state huge to obama. now she's going to start racking up big wins this states like south carolina that she lost in 2008. it's hard to see how she -- i don't think by the convention she's going need a single superdelegate vote. you could have them all stay home, she'd have plenty of delegates to defeat sanders. unless he can solve that problem, he can't really threaten her. >> right. that sounds totally applausible to me. of course, you would know having run the insurgency of howard
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dean in '04 y. she seems to be reacting almost entirely to his agenda. why? >> well, the same reason rubio and others passed it to the right to try to fend off trump and cruz. you've got win the nomination first. she does have to get the delegates to win this thing. i think rubio and sanders are -- and clinton are being helped by trump and sanders if they win the nominations. no matter how far they move to fend them off and get past trump or sanders, they look reasonable, more acceptable, more moderate compared to the left or right wing or ram -- rambunctious trump. >> she used to be against giving
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driver's licenses to illegal aliens. now she's for it. half of driver's licenses last year went to illegals. than not going to be a campaign issue in the fall? >> it may be, but rubio was for a path to citizenship. now he's not. so it -- i mean, both of them would have -- and whoever the nominee of either party is going to have to have problems because the position changes or things that they've done to win their nomination. you have -- fact of the matter is you have to win the nomination, or you're not in the general election. jeb bush who ran a whole campaign saying he wanted to run as if he was running to win the primaries by winning the general election tried that strategy. and i think it's part of the reason he didn't go too far. >> interesting. thanks for joining us this morning. appreciate it. good. >> good to be with you, tucker. coming up, we're hours from the start of the daytona 500. we have more live from the track. rick, what have you got going on? what's coming up?
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>> reporter: hey, i tell you what, i've got the best seat in the house now. two-time winner math kenseth will take me on about a 2.5-mile ride around this lap coming up. you do not want to miss this. we'll be talking with the champion coming up. we'll be right back. hello my love! the flame is out... ugh...today the flame is out, tomorrow my attitude... your mother... antonio. antonio. que? the stove. it's not working. campbell's microwaveable soups. made for real, real life. whfight back fastts tums smoothies starts dissolving the instant it touches your tongue and neutralizes stomach acid at the source tum, tum, tum, tum smoothies! only from tums
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i've been saying make america great again, and it's going to be greater than ever before. that's the kind of potential we have. greater than ever before. let's go, let's have a big win in nevada. let's have a big win at the sec. let's put this thing away, and let's make america great again. >> the screaming you hear now from across the potomac is the washington cartel in full terror that the conservative grassroots are rising up. i cannot wait to stand on that debate stage with hillary clinton or bernie sanders or whatever other socialist they nominate. >> a 21st century conservative movement is the con of a bartender and maid -- son of a bartender and maid from cuba, who tonight stands one step closer to being the 45th president of the united states. >> we saw donald trump who came in first and marco rubio who came in second with ted cruz
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right behind. new south carolina is over, the candidates are hitting the road with the nevada caucuses on tuesday. >> their sights are set on the desert. now more from south carolina on what's in store for the candidates moving forward. good morning, rich. >> reporter: good morning. we're in a familiar situation here, donald trump winning a primary convincingly, looking forward to the next contest, in this case nevada on tuesday, with a wide lead in the polls. it has been a volatile polling season here in the primary processes. still, donald trump saying that even though jeb bush is out of the race, finishing a distant fourth here, that he, too, can secure bush voters. >> they're geniuses. they don't understand that as people drop out, i'm going to get a lot of those votes also. you don't just add them together. [ applause ] >> reporter: the others, particularly rubio supporters, saying that it's those establishment votes and establishment money that will flow toward marco rubio.
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and the second and third-place finishers here, marco rubio and ted cruz, say that they eventually will be the ones to unify the party and be the nominee. >> for now, practically speaking, it's down to three. and i know that our campaign gives us the best chance not just to come together, not just to unify our party, now unify our country and to grow this movement. [ applause ] >> the campaign that has beaten and can beat donald trump. [ applause ] >> reporter: the top three finishers here in the republican race are all looking forward to the next few contests. marco rubio is in tennessee, arkansas, and in nevada. ted cruz in nevada. and donald trump in atlanta, georgia, today. back to you. >> all right. get something frequent flyer miles today. thank you, sir. after his live shot, i hope he goes not far to lizard thicket. that's where our own carl catuc
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carlson is brave because he's appearing on television with two small children under 1. >> look at that. >> reporter: so great. i am here with jonathan and kelly smoke and emery and harrison. all four voted for donald trump yesterday. that's of course a joke. you two are too young to vote. i don't know who you voted for. what did you think of it? >> the voting? really easy. not too busy. >> reporter: good. >> we were in and out. >> reporter: what do you think of the outcome? >> not surprised but i guess growing more worried day by day. >> reporter: that trump's going to win? >> yeah. >> reporter: i think you have cause to feel that way did. you bring these guys to the polling place? >> he did. we tag teamed it. he went in first and then i went in. there wencht lines. we were able to cruise in. >> reporter: would you like the mike? >> he is. anything he can puts in his mouth. >> reporter: your husband said he was worried about the possibility of trump becoming the nominee. i'm wondering if these guys feel
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differently. >> if they have any idea, they might would or they might be concerned that he might go rogue and go independent. and then what would that do to the republican party? >> reporter: do you think either one of them could be feeling the bern? and i know it's hard for parents to face up to the fact that a lot of their children support bernie sanders. if you found -- a lot of parents are having to we'll do this. if you found out that emery one day says, you know, takes out the passe, i'm for bernie, how would you respond? >> god bless america. he's entitled to -- >> reporter: god bless america. and you? would you like free college? >> who doesn't? >> reporter: sorry, baby food on the microphone. thank you very much. >> i've got a question for you to ask the family. you know, we heard that a sizable proportion of south carolina voters decided at the last minute do. they have their mind made up ahead time, or did they decide at the last minute? >> reporter: steve has a question, but make up your minds ahead of time, or but figure it out at the polling place? >> i think there was a conversation in the car on the way there. i think we both had an idea of
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who we wanted to vote for. we'd done research. but it was a little bit more of a game-time decision. >> reporter: interesting. they made up their mind in the car.k, even though they didn't say it, i think they're going bernie next week. back to new york. >> brave. thank you. the great american straight a couple of hours away. the 58th annual daytona race starts at noon. four hours and 20 minutes from now. >> start your engines. rick is gearing up for it at the daytona international speedway. and he joins us live -- is that the official chase car? what are you in, bud? >> cool. >> reporter: i am in one of the official pace cars with matt kenseth. two-time winner. i'm excited to be in the car with you now. >> even after watching me drive this week? >> reporter: he had a bad week. he had a really good week followed by a bad week. you had raced to get into second place. second place in the polls. so it was going to be leading kind of this race. and then things went wrong.
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>> yeah. we ended up crashing on thursday. now we get to start back today. we'll start off early and get practice -- >> reporter: why don't we do this? let's see what this is like on the track. we're in the toyota car. how quickly can we get to 100 snipers. >> we'-- 100 miles per hour? >> we'll find out. quick as i can. >> reporter: have you driven this car before? no, not at all. that doesn't make a difference to you? >> the steering wheel is tight. >> reporter: and one hand the wheel. we're at 104 miles, no hands and a foot. he's using my to drive. i'm sure that is not sanctioned here. we're on turn one. is it two? >> yeah, we're in the middle of turn one and two. we're on the high side here. i get close to the wall, makes the passenger uncomfortable. >> reporter: how in the world do you do this and not get sick? >> that's a good question.
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i guess doing it a long time, it feels natural. >> reporter: because we're about halfway around the track, and i'm pretty sick at this point. >> we started faster than i thought. weep weeper doing 125. >> reporter: how many times have you done the race? >> i'm not sure. i think it's my 17th daytona 5 hundred. coming down is fun. you get the feeling in your stomach. everybody gets excited for the daytona 500. every time is like the first time to me. i'm always excited to get up and get ready it race. >> reporter: you've won it twice. we'll see if this will be year three. matt kenseth, guys, right here. driving around daytona. >> do you notice rick's face going like this? >> awesome:this is great. >> this is rick's favorite
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with 33%, six points ahead of ted cruz who was supposed to capture the demographic. >> a big win for donald trump in that demographic. joining us with his reaction is fox news religion contributor father jonathan moore. >> good morning. >> mr. trump isn't opposed to cursing on the campaign trail, using the "p" word. got into it with the pope last week. man, he certainly took over those religious voters. >> it's true. and i think what we're seeing with the evangelical vote is something similar to what happened with the catholic vote. you know, two cycles ago, it was all about the catholic vote. the head of the population, which way are they going to go. over and over again, we've seen they've gone basically with the rest of the population. the evangelical vote now i think something sim solilar is happen. people saying i'm not so much interested in people being good politicians or looking like me or acting like me or believing like me. i want someone to get the job done. i think it's good and bad. i don't think we should be voting somebody who looks like
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me, acts like me, or even of might have same denomination. what does it mean to get the job done? that's the big question. >> i think the number-one concern of people who answered our exit polling, they're mostly concerned with national security and terrorism. so when they look at that, they say, i've heard donald trump talk about isis and he sounds like the guy take them out. >> understandable. i think people are saying we want a very strong and a very good businessman to get those things done. the way i would look at it is with caution. i understand all of that. family members who are telling me that day in and day out. but what has made the united states so great is that just the freedom to be good, to be great, or is it the freedom to be good, to be great, and then actually being good as human beings, as a nation? having character that makes us what we are. i think it's both. it's the freedom, it's the safety no doubt. then it's the freedom and safety to be great people. to be a nation of charity. >> to be great again? >> obviously. >> there you go. >> right? >> we did have another fox news
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exit poll that we want to share of the voters that said it matters that a candidate shares their religious beliefs. the numbers on the screen. 31% said donald trump. ted cruz, 27%, marco rubio, 22%, and dr. ben carson, 8%. >> he twhanz, too. >> yeah -- he wins that, too. >> yeah. what does that mean, shares my religious faith? evangelicals share my religious faith to a great extent. donald trump shares my -- the pope maybe didn't say this, i think donald trump is a christian. i believe he's a christian. he says he's a christian. and so he shares my christian faith. do i want somebody to be -- has to be a catholic? no. does it have to be an evangelical? no. >> there you go. by the way, father jonathan today on his facebook page is going to be streaming your sermon live. i've got work today. does that count as going to church? >> about 12:25 it will be live on my facebook page. amazing technology. some people think i only see-it-first th-- i only exist
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this couch. no, i run a parish. thanks. ahead, new overnight, marco rubio shifting his focus to donald trump before he even lands in nevada lands in nevada. wait until you hear what he just said about mr. "t." >> and people come from all over the world to celebrate with donald trump. >> we have an usaustralian supporter of donald trump here. why are you for trump? >> america was always meant to be a beacon of hope and light for the rest of the world. >> tucker's getting the pulse of the people next. go, go, go, go, go, go... touchdown! ♪ choir and harp music. this place, it's the best-kept secret in football since... hey, how did he get in here?! and with toe nail fungus! fight it! with jublia. jublia is a prescription medicine used to treat toenail fungus. use jublia as instructed by your doctor. now that's prime time.
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all right. when you're watching fox at night, the night of a big election, you're always so excited to go to the winner's party. and in that room it is absolutely electric. >> yes. and that's where we found tucker carlson. and you are really getting the pulse of the people hearing from them last night. what did they say? >> i live in washington where you have a long tradition of ignoring what voters say. listen to the trump voters. here is what they said. >> i want a picture. i watch fox until i go to bed every night. >> we're at trump headquarters in spartanburg. the race has been called for donald trump here in south carolina, and the crowd is en fuego as mr. trump might say. we'll talk to some of his supporters. >> awesome.
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very awesome. >> what do you think? >> i was amazed. i love it. go trump. >> we have an australian supporter of donald trump here. why are you for trump? >> america was always meant to be a beacon of hope and light for the rest of the world. donald trump provides the american people the opportunity to speak to the truth again. >> so the fire marshal shut this down. there are too many people. over my shoulder you can see a crowd, a big crowd, waiting to get in. unbelievable. why are you here? >> i've been a trump fan for years. >> here you have a guy from new york city winning in south carolina in the heart of the south. how did that happen? >> that's what i've been wanting for many years. i am tired of the career politicians. >> how do you think trump will do against hillary clinton? >> i think they have something in common. you either love them or you hate them. and i think he'll win. >> how old are you? >> 20. >> is it an unpopular position to be for trump on your campus? >> it's a lot of bernie right
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now. hopefully we'll try and change it. >> he tells it like it is. he has them all talk iing about things we need to hear about. i love mr. trump. it's like uncle donnie, you know. >> who is uncle donnie? >> donald trump. >> thank you, cousin tucker. >> it's funny. sometimes foreigners can see us more clearly than we see ourselves. the australian guy i talked to really stood out. he said americans can't say what they really think ever and that's why trump exists. that's true. there's truth in that. >> south carolina has a knack for picking presidents, don't they? >> they do, indeed. tucker, great job. thanks for staying up late for us. appreciate it. marco rubio shifting his focus to donald trump before he even landed his jet in nevada. wait until you hear what the donald said about that -- what he said about the donald.
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it's tough, it's vicious, it's beautiful. when you win, it's beautiful. >> i am so, so thrilled and so greateful to all of my supportes out there. some may have doubted us but we never doubted each other. >> the people in iowa and south carolina have spoken. the son of a bartender and a maid from cuba who tonight stands one step closer to being the 45th president of the united states of america. >> despite the entirety of the political establishment coming together against us, south
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carolina has given us another remarkable. >> democrats assembled in fi philadelphia in july at convention. we are going to see the results of one of the great political upsets in the history of the united states. live from columbia, south carolina, lizard's thicket right in the thick of things where they did the vote. it's "fox & friends." we're also here in new york city. if i was there at lizard's thicket, i was looking at their menu online for breakfast, i would order the chicken fried steak that comes prepared with two eggs. i'll take them over easy. dry wheat toast and maybe a chocolate shake. >> and for me, tucker, i'm a carolina girl.
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i've actually eaten at the lizard's thicket. they have amazing lunch specials as well. you've been eating for two days. >> there are no milkshakes but there are a lot of amazed voters. >> no kidding? >> donald trump pulled off what many thought was impossible, a northerner winning in the heart of the south, assertively secular candidate winning an electorate evangelical, spent less than $2 million beating a guy who spent $12 million. it is an unbelievable result with a lot of lessons that we should unpack at some point. >> absolutely. and keep in mind, i heard some of the pundits say last night, we didn't win by as big a margin as they thought he was going to a couple weeks ago. he still won by ten points. >> when did the pundit firings come? >> i hope soon if we keep getting things wrong. >> really you need to sell insurance. just my personal view. >> you did get a one-on-one with
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the big man, mr. trump himself last night. >> we sure did. we got the first interview with him. here is part of what he said. so you won the south carolina primary against all odds. what's the lesson to that? >> well, we worked hard and i just had a great relationship with the people from south carolina. it's just been amazing. we had the biggest crowds, 4,000, 5,000, 6,000 people every time. it was amazing. we knew something really good was going to happen. >> so if you won here, where are you going to lose? >> i don't like to talk about losing. we were great with the military. i have to thank the vets and the military. we had tremendous numbers there. we were tremendous with evangelicals. we won that straight across the board. we won women, we won men, we won sort of everything. it's been an amazinging evening. >> so are you going to try to win over the republicans in washington who are skeptical? >> no, i'm just going to keep winning with the people. >> do you think the issues with immigration and trade resonated most with voters?
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>> i think trade. i think the wall, frankly. some of the candidates are saying we have to build a wall. everyone is saying, where did that come from? we want strong voters. we want to stop crime in our country but the military was very important. i think that's why we won with the military. >> were you surprised the governor's endorsement had less effect? >> i had the lieutenant governor and, frankly, i like him better. his endorsement was a lot better than hers. >> where are you heading now? >> i'm going to make a speech. i'm going to go up to the stage. >> we're going to watch. good to see you. and we saw him make that speech. >> good job, tucker. he mentioned he won with, as he went through some of the demographic groups, he won with women. according to our preference poll and the exit poll, he got almost 30%. rubio at 23%, and ted cruz at 22%. >> wait, wait, wait. i don't think that's right, steve. i've seen a lot of pundits say
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he's vulgar and therefore women hate him because he's a mysoginist. so how could he win women? the number must be wrong. >> it must be amistake. >> not according to our fox news exit polls. last night his wife melania and daughter ivanka took the stage and said these words. listen. >> he loves you. we love you and we're going ahead to nevada, and we will see what happens. >> he would be the best president. we're incredibly proud. we're grateful to each of you, so thank you for being here to support us. i will say this, my father is an incredibly hard worker, and he'll be work iing for each and every one of you. together we'll make america great again. >> there you go. two of the women behind donald trump literally and figuratively
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coming up and speaking. now tucker, of course, the battle is because donald trump won by ten. then you have marco rubio. just a little ahead of ted cruz. i heard some -- and i'm going to bring up the pundits again -- some of the pundits said, well, ted cruz really was going to win the evangelical vote. as it turns out donald trump won it. if you can't win in south carolina, where could he win? >> yeah. i mean, i heard pundit after pundit say really marco rubio won. i have to say i think if you're against donald trump, and it's legitimate to be against donald trump, it's counterproductive to say things that aren't reality based. it's getting dimmer the more actual elections go against him. it doesn't mean it doesn't exist. to pretend this was a victory for a guy who didn't win is not helpful for anyone. >> perhaps it's because of his performance in new hampshire coming in fifth place after he was accused of being mr. roboto
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and getting into the sparring session with governor christie. >> we just received word -- had is a semifox news alert, according to "the huffington post," mitt romney, who is a republican party standard-bearer last time, has just endorsed marco rubio. not a shocking endorsement. we probably figured that would be coming. >> it's not. i think this is part -- look, if you think the romney campaign could win this year, then, you know, maybe you think -- >> rubio? >> right, maybe it's rubio. this is a debate over what the republican party stands for, what it takes to win a general election. it's super interesting. it's unfolding now. the bottom line is trump offers a very different vision of what the party should be whether you're for it or not it's not the same. >> we're seeing rubio shake hands with other major endorsements, senator scott, trey gowdy and governor haley. another big storyline this
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morning is governor jeb bush has suspended his campaign, and here is senator rubio addressing that and also saying the front-runner, mr. donald trump, needs to get specific on his policies. >> a lot of people that were on jeb's team are people we'll welcome on our team. people we've known for a long time because of longtime loyalties and relationships with the governor and we're obviously working with him. hopefully we can bring everybody together. we really need to step up and it can't be that he relies on -- the president has to know on day one about difficult issues that confront this country on the global stage and presidents have to be uniters. >> and south carolina has a real track record of picking presidents and gop nominees since 1980. every single person who won in south carolina went on to win the gop nomination except for newt gingrich in 2012.
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it's important is who can win a national election, and who would do best up against the front-runner hillary clinton. those numbers actually show that rubio would take her by 4%. trump would lose to her by 5%. >> it depends on your calculation. if you think the republican party needs to draw those who don't normally beat republican, you're probably with trump. if you need to get republican voters out to vote, maybe rubio's your guy. he makes a good point, though. you probably want a candidate who has thought through the issues in great detail and yet voters are showing us that's not top on their list of concerns obviously. at some point the voters do get to decide. >> yesterday according to the exit polls, donald trump won in part because many republican voters feel that republican politicians have simply abandoned them and donald trump represents something else. we'll talk more about that, but
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now let's go from dixieland to the desert. >> heading west where hillary clinton is bouncing back from her new hampshire loss to win the caucuses. >> she claimed 53% of the vote in nevada, besting bernie sanders who is on fire, beat him by six points, cooling off the burn for now. >> for now. >> reporter: hi, guys. how is it going? hillary clinton desperate ly ned this had win in order to bolster confidence in her camp. bernie sanders treat this had like a positive sign that he has staying power in this race and that's because just five weeks ago he was trailing secretary lyclinton here by double digits. the fact he could catch up and turn this into a tight contest says something to not only his supporters but hers. after giving her victory speech he headed to houston for a get out the vote event where she slammed sanders' socialist plans for america. >> the numbers don't add up. it's wrong to make those promises because it's not just about math. it's about people's lives.
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it's about the real cost that will land on middle-class families. >> i believe that when democrats assemble in philadelphia in july at that convention we are going to see the results of one of the great political upsets in the history of the united states. >> reporter: sanders committed to push through to south carolina and then super tuesday and even though he saw an impressive amount of support by hispanics he failed to inspire african-americans here that could spell trouble in the upcoming contest. and sanders does have his work cut out for him. you can see that in the delegate count. clinton has 502 and sanders 70. it takes 2,383 to win this nomination. back to you. >> live from the strip, alicia acuna, thank you very much. tucker, we've heard from hillary clinton's people that she's going to win -- and one of the ways she's going to win, she
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has the latino vote sewn up. that's her firewall. and yet as alicia mentioned according to the entrance polls because it's a caucus state only 45% of hispanics, 45%, supported hill try wheary where 50% went guy on fire, bernie. >> it's true. it's right. she lost by a significant margin. she ended up getting the black vote overwhelmingly. politics still works. quick, though, what's her message? what is hillary clinton's message? you can't. i think he's exposed a basic weakness whether he wins or not that she doesn't know what she's running on other than i'm a woman and you're not. that's not a winning message. >> the other thing is the turnout in nevada dropped by about a third compared to 2008 when president barack obama just was lighting fire and had the democratic party enthused. so is that an indicator what things would be like in the
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general election after the primary if she happens to win the nomination? >> as opposed to south carolina where it sounds like they could have set some records yesterday with the voters. by the way, tucker, have you put in my order for the chicken fried steak and two eggs over easy? >> they said they only serve it with waffles. unless you want it that way, no dice. >> i'll take it with waffles. tucker will be with us all morning long from that diner at lizard's thicket. >> good eating. 13 minutes after the hour. it is a fox news alert. we're getting our very first look at the man accused of a deadly shooting spree in michigan. a live report is next. pet moments are beautiful, unless you have allergies. then your eyes may see it differently. only flonase is approved to relieve both your itchy, watery eyes and congestion. no other nasal allergy spray can say that. complete allergy relief or incomplete. let your eyes decide. flonase changes everything. (flourish spray noise) (flourish spray noise) (flourish spray noise)
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our first look at the suspect accused in a deadly shooting spree that killed at least six people in michigan. police in kalamazoo calling jason dalton's overnight rampage their worst nightmare. >> they're trying to figure out what went on. what we know on this sunday morning. >> reporter: good morning, steve and anna. six people are dead. two are seriously injured after the shooting rampage that as of now there's no explanation for. one woman was shot multiple times in her apartment complex and a few hours late aerofather and son were fatally gunned down while looking at cars together at a nearby car dealership. after that five women were shot outside a cracker barrel restaurant. one of them who survived is a 14-year-old girl who is now fighting for her life at the hospital in critical condition. police later arrested brian
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dalton, the man they say is responsible, and found a semiautomatic pistol in his car. this past hour many more lives would have been lost if dalton hadn't been arrested. >> this is just the most awful thing i can think of having happened and to have to stand here and talk about these crimes is just a terrible thing. >> reporter: detectives are searching dalton's home as they try to piece together why it is someone would do this kind of thing. >> yes, what's the motive? thank you very much. >> local news there is reporting a michigan lives website is reporting students are upset with the university for not getting in touch with them quick enough that there was a shooter on the loose firing randomly. >> they apparently have caught
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him now, so -- >> the threat is over. >> we'll have more throughout the morning. then there were five. jeb bush dropped out of the race yesterday after a disappointing finish. which candidate will his supporters go to? we're going to try to figure that out. >> and tucker and our political panel will check on that coming up. ♪ the bold nissan rogue, with intuitive all-wheel drive. because winter needs a hero. now get a $189 per month lease on the 2016 nissan rogue.
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fbi's demands it hacked into a terrorist as phone. they have until friday to decide whether to hack the phone of san bernardino gunman sayed farook. apple refuses to hack it for security reasons. he's been hiding out in russia, now edward snowden says he's willing to come back to the united states on one condition. he told a crowd at the new hampshire liberty forum he wants a fair jury trial for leaking vital national security secrets in 2013. if the former contractor returns he faces up to 30 years in prison. tucker, out to you in south carolina. you are the best, anna kooiman. jeb bush, well, he dropped out of the race last night. here is part of what he said. >> the people have spoken and i
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respect their decision. so tonight i am suspending my campaign. >> no. >> yes, yes. >> it was quick, it was dignified and it was over. who will be the next to go from the republican field? our great political panel, brad thomas is the author of "the trump factor." a national political reporter and the former communications director for mike huckabee's campaign. welcome to you all starting over here. a report from "the huffington post" this morning, we're assuming it may be true, that mitt romney is getting ready to endorse marco rubio. if that's true, is it significant? >> it's significant but it's not surprising. he's trying to establish himself as the establishment candidate now that jeb is out. the conventional wisdom is they
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unite behind marco rubio. one thing we know for sure, establishment candidates have been successful this campaign cycle. i am sure it will propel marco on to victory. >> mitt romney, of course, lost. he represents what a lot of voters appear to be reacting against. >> that's true. i think rubio needs to coalesce the party around his campaign. he hasn't been able to do that yet. i can't -- i find it difficult to imagine jeb bush lining up behind him right away. i think those wounds are still pretty raw at this point. i think if romney, you know, is the last -- the former nominee for the party, i think rubio's signaling that he can be the one to unite, yes. >> if you're rubio, and it's great. nothing against romney at all, of course, but he's already won that part of the party. shouldn't he be looking for ann
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coulter this morning? >> he's running on the business ticket. rubio obviously needs to have some business experience backing him to counteract the arguments on his side. >> who is the next to go? >> drop out? >> i don't know if anyone does before the primary. i'm not sure how carson keeps going. he spent a whole lot more. he looks the first to go. kasich is waiting around to make that midwest push, but if you wait until the midwestern states, you're weeks without being in the headlines. >> march 7. >> that's a problem. the primary will suck up the oxygen in the room. they'll have the message, the momentum. >> i feel like we're forgetting that donald trump is sweeping up in the delegate count.
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i think carson staying in pulls from ted cruz but he's taking from marco rubio. the longer carson stays in, the more difficult for them to continue on. >> in essence it was winner take all. ted cruz did not win a single county in the state. >> trump wins all the delegates. >> who do you think can go longer, cruz or rubio? >> rubio. rubio. >> because he has the backing? >> he has the money for sure. >> i think trump, you made a great point. looking at south carolina, i've visited all these counties, campaigning with trump. the lines were very long. myrtle beach, south carolina, i think he had close to 50% count, trump did, in myrtle beach, south carolina and i was there at the rally. he's strong. >> you get the last word.
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>> see how rubio handles the target on his back now. he has escaped a lot of trump's wrath. better believe trump will start targeting rubio in the coming days. >> sweaty and that's it. >> there's more to come, i'm sure. >> thank you all for joining us. great to see you. coming up john kasich is still in this race. he's banking on the northern states. is his real plan to stop donald trump? we'll explain that ahead and, gentlemen, start your engines, they are loud. we're just hours away from the daytona 500. good morning, rick. >> reporter: good morning. i'll tell you what, i have brodie here, the rear tire changer for team 31, ryan newman, past winner here at daytona. we're going to race. he's going to teach me and i will see if i can join. are you ready? >> i'm ready. when heartburn hits
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with trade. mexico is killing us. we'll do the wall. don't worry, we'll do the wall. we're going to do the wall and, by the way, who is going to pay for the wall? mexico is going to pay for the wall. >> what a week. in the past week donald trump tangled with the pope, he essentially said george bush lied about the iraq war and he condemned the invasion as well at the get-go. in the end, tucker, the people of south carolina, by double digits, said donald trump is the best to lead the republican party. >> kind of amazing. it was terror. people are really afraid of terrorism in this country. i talked to a ton of voters and a lot of them said the same thing.
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if you are worried about terrorism, why are you willing to move people into this country. you call us bigots. how does that work? that issue really helps trump, i think, immigration and border security. >> you see that there with the fox news exit poll as well on who the best candidate is to handle terror. rubio is at 23%. carson 7% and kasich 5%. it's no surprise it's on people's minds after san bernardino, paris, and last week hearing isis is experimenting with chemical weapons now. >> tucker, you're there in a diner at lizard's thicket. there have to be people nearby you could talk to about what happened in the palmetto state yesterday. you have somebody already. >> it's funny. i have a microphone right here and to put it to use. i have not rehearsed this at all as you will see. hi. may we talk to you about the election? no. okay. well, it's nice to see you. >> great job, tucker. >> may i talk to you?
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what's your name? can you tell us your name and who you voted for? >> i will tell you my name. i will tell you i did not vote for the winner. >> you didn't? >> are you happy with the outcome? >> yes. but i did not vote for trump. >> do you think he will be the nominee? >> i don't know. i've been listen iing to you ani really think marco -- >> you think marco? >> yes. >> the poll suggested terrorism is the big issue. >> exactly, terrorism and i wanted to tell you two things. one, i worked the polls and a french tv station came in and interviewed us. they were saying why are americans so uptight about terrorism? and i was like, really? you didn't think sending james
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taylor over singing you have a friend protected you? >> that's the greatest line i think i've heard all day. it's wonderful to see you. thank you. we have another voter here. i'm being direct m.d. this direction. gentlemen, good morning. >> good morning. >> we have a father and son from columbia. did you vote yesterday? >> i did. i did. >> who did you vote for? >> i voted for cruz. he's a good boy. >> and you. >> he tickles my ear, makes me feel good about standing up to washington, but when it came down to it i had to go for cruz. >> how come? >> i think -- i'm a staunch conservative, so there you go, and i'm not so much -- i like rubio. he's a nice guy, not so much nikki haley. she's turned into establishment which is not really doing anything for me right now. >> and you're not sold on trump? >> i think he's conservative. i think he's a loose cannon
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which is what we all love about him, right? when the girl called him uncle donnie, that's right. he's a loose cannon but everybody loves him. >> he may be right here at lizard's thicket. we're trying to find him. back to new york. i'm looking for uncle donnie. >> like father like son and they supported cruz. meanwhile, speaking of talking to the voters, our own rick is live at the daytona 500 today. it's today at noon but, rick, before they started turning on the cars, you were talk iing to some folks about how they felt about the south carolina results, right? >> reporter: yes, obviously. with bush and rubio, we thought it might be a good time to see what the folks in florida and here at this daytona 500 are thinking about the election. take a listen to what people had to say last night. >> everyone is pretty angry at this point. i think four years ago it would have been hillary and jeb. >> jeb is on his way out. i can see that.
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>> reporter: who are you pulling for? >> trump. the country should be run as a corporation not politics. that's why i'm voting for trump. >> i don't think we need another bush in office at all. >> definitely trump. >> he's truthful to himself. >> i'm an abc, anybody but clinton. >> reporter: so, hey, i want to tell you right now i have brodie joining me. he's the rear tire changer here in the team 31. >> go trump. >> that's what he says right here. this is ryan newman's car. he won eight years ago and when people watch nascar they're really watching for the pit changes. it all comes down to you. >> a good pit stop, two cans of
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fuel is 11 1/2 seconds. >> reporter: that's a good one. >> that's right. >> and a bad one? >> you're getting beat off pit road 12.50 or worse. >> reporter: you might lose the race? >> amazing. >> reporter: you are incredibly essential. how long can you -- does it take for you to change a tire? >> anywhere between 11 and 12 seconds. >> reporter: there you go. let's race. i've done this before. i did this last year which makes me feel like i'm good. we're going to take off five lug nuts and that's the winner. three, two, one, go. are you kidding me? >> hey, i'll let you stick to
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reporting and i'll stick to changing tires. >> reporter: one lug nut got stuck. >> you cost him the race. a lot of times the pit crew members are made up of former college and even pro athletes because they're competitive, they have quick relexs and they're very strong. meanwhile, donald trump is cruising to the republican nomination, some say. could john kasich be the one to stop donald trump? >> amy stoddard is the associate editor at the hill. she joins us next on why she thinks it could happen. come on in. >> good morning. feel a cold sore coming on? only abreva can heal it in as few as two and a half days when used at the first sign. it penetrates deep and starts to work immediately to block the virus and protect healthy cells.. don't tough it out, knock it out, fast. abreva.
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>> the associate editor at the hill newspaper joins us live right now. she's bright eyed, bushy tailed, up late last night thinking about this. what do you make of people saying john kasich is out there screwing up donald trump? >> he was actually one of the early trump critics, if you remember. he spent a good amount of money on advertising campaign trying to take on donald trump. kasich, as you know, first of all is having the time of his life. it's hard to convince him to leave the race. he wants to stay until ohio. ohio next to florida is the biggest in the electoral college race. >> and he would be a good president. >> he would never be a good vice president. he's going to say yes. he wants to build emergency and he has some energy building.
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trump will do well there, too. if he blocks trump from winning ohio that actually benefits rubio. cruz's task is increasingly difficult. we hear him appeal on the stump and citing strict tocripture. >> i think he will attack marco rubio more. as you get into the other states that's not the biggest issue. they're looking at the economy and terrorism before immigration and in the exit polling there were interesting numbers about whether people here legally should be given a path or some legalization. i think that that is going to continue to be the big issue. >> marco rubio last night said
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it's now a three-man race -- me, ted cruz and donald trump. of course the establishment hates trump. they hate cruz. they're coalescing around marco rubio who, keep in mind, he won his senate seat to the help of the tea party down in florida and now the news from "the huffington post" -- i don't know if you've seen it or not -- it sounds like mitt romney is going to come out and endorse marco rubio. he was waiting out of deference to jeb bush to do it. if the establishment is trying to do everything they can to derail donald trump, if they have -- their favorite was thrown over by their own party, they don't like the fact they're shooting inside the tent, do they? >> the republican party leaders don't believe donald trump -- they believe if he gets the nomination, that's the end of the republican party. they don't believe he's a republican. you can look at it one of two ways. donald trump could open up the
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party to the not conservative populist not even republic heian voters but what is the prospect for the party which is deeply divided and broken right now. they're hoping with one candidate left, rubio, they can coalesce and take on a fight against trump that hasn't really begun. that could be a fight trump wins but he's not -- he's going to face a big fight. the party is looking at the sake of the party itself and the future of the party itself and that's why they'll fight so hard. >> looking ahead to nevada and super tuesday, so much about politics is having the wind at your back. how do they stay in and how much damage is that doing to the others? >> the carson situation is ridiculous. he had a burn rate. he blew through so much money. he doesn't hold a lot of campaign events. he holds some but can't afford a lot. you see him hanging on. i think he wants a future in the national spotlight but it's time to go. he obviously doesn't like cruz and he's made it clear he doesn't like trump. i think his orders will split up
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several ways and some could go to rubio. the kasich question is tricky, as i said. he might serve as a blocker for rubio. jeb does mott have to endorse rubio, his voters will go to rubio. >> now the republicans head to nevada. they'll have the caucuses on tuesday. let's talk about what happened on the democrats side. hillary clinton who had been way ahead actually was relatively close, she beat bernie sanders by five but she really did have to win because she was smoked in new hampshire last week. >> 25-point lead she had a month ago and she won by five, but five solid, okay, so if it was a real tie, that would have been nerve-racking and demoralizing for her campaign. i don't know what it says for next week. she had great numbers with african-americans. bernie sanders was more viable today. he won latino voters. everyone has written him off as a white canndidate with white voters and he has increased his viability. he's going to get more money after last night. he's going to keep going. he's going to cause her to go
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through a much more costly grind really. she's running out of cash. he has all the money. he doesn't have to leave the campaign for fund-raising. it's a question how much he can damage her. >> part of his big message, a.b., is about the economy being rigged for the wealthy. will we see the democratic nomination is rigged because of these super delegates? the new numbers out this morning, tied at 51, clinton leads 502-70 with the super delegates. >> if he it turns to his supporters and says not only is the economy rigged against us but the political machine is rigged against me and, therefore you, that's a real question whether or not those people will support her in november and that becomes problematic. super delegates can switch but just the weight that she has of super delegates against sanders now is a strong enough message,
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i think, for him. >> it does look like she's going to win south carolina and it looks like trump right now will probably win nevada. >> yes, i think so. >> thank you very much. >> please come back, you were great. still ahead, bacon and eggs. ahead, bacon and eggs with a side of politics. we go back to lizards thicket. i can get over 60 sheets of drywall into my mercedes-benz metris. to get 60 sheets of drywall into my van, i invented the fold-o-matic 5000. my metris also holds over 2,500 pounds of payload. hauling 2,500 pounds in my small van is no problem. i just divide and conquer. hauls more, stows more, tows more and fits in your garage. the mid-size metris from mercedes-benz. vans. born to run. unless you have allergies.,
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well, if you're just waking up, and tucker has been up at the diner down in lizards thicket in south carolina for a couple hours. if you're just waking up, you didn't know what happened last night. out in nevada, the winner was
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hillary clinton, and donald trump won the republican nod by 10 points. >> we have domestic polls where he did not come out on top. we'll take a look at those. the gop candidate who can win in november, marco rubio won that, ted cruz 17%, and ben carson 2%. what do you make of this? >> it's an amazing poll. rubio won by double yet trump won in the actual voting. what does this tell us? trump may be somewhat of an impulse buy for a lot of voters. they're not voting for trump strategically. they're mad and it feels good to vote for trump, so they're doing it. these numbers may change as the primaries continue, but as of right now, that's what it looks like to me. >> also, the exit poll question, which republican candidate shares my values? this is not surprising given that ted cruz is all in with the
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evangelical vote, ted cruz at 34, marco rubio at 27 and ben carson and everybody else down below. i'm sorry we don't have that actual graphic. what's interesting about that, tucker, is the fact that with evangelicals, trump actually won. >> 8% of voters said donald trump shares my values, and they voted for him, anyway. evangelicals are voting for trump not because they believe he's one of them, but they believe he'll protect them. they do think he has new york values, and they think it's a good thing. think he's tough, he's a brawler and he'll fight for their freedom of speech. not because they think he actually knows anything about the bible. interesting. >> we also hear pundits say donald trump is not specific enough when he says we'll build a wall. how are you going to do that?
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you're going to defeat isis how? he needs to bring in details. rubio was slamming him on how he was going to defeat isis, we need to see your policy and all that. the voters just trust him that he's going to be able to do it. he says he's a good negotiator and he's going to be able to do it, and he's almost the symbol of giving the middle finger to washington and they're liking it. >> this is what drives the pundit class crazy. where is your nine-point plan? you don't know anything. voters are saying, i trust him, and if you aren't able to be vetting him, you're not going to be president. >> when he says i'm going to be a winner and you're going to win with me, people get it. >> tucker at lizards thicket and he gets free breakfast all morning. we'll be back to him in south carolina, but in the meantime, out in the desert, hillary
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so tonight i am suspending my campaign. >> history will say that on this night in south carolina, we took the first steps forward in the beginning of a new american leader. >> when this thing started, there were 17 candidates. there's only six now and i'm still one of them. i'm not going anywhere. what a crazy night it was, and what a way to start the morning. tucker carlson is live at lizards thicket. it's a legendary restaurant. it's a chain down in south carolina. tucker, could you explain first of all where the name lizards thicket comes from? a lot of people might think, do they have lizard, is it a thicket? what's it about? >> it's simply the most unlikely restaurant name ever and yet it works, and in that way it's exactly like the trump campaign.
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the most unlikely campaign ever winning in circumstances where they would have lost. american voters are fearful the country is going down the tubes, they hate the republican establishment, the republican establishment is just beginning to understand it, and the final lesson, the pundit class has been wrong so often that a lot of them should get jobs in a hardware store. they should hang it up because they're not good at calling elections. >> most of them would not be good in a hardware store. just saying. if you folks are just getting up, 9:02 on the east coast, and you didn't see what happened last night, take a look. the pundits said, oh, he's fading, he may not win by the same margin. donald trump actually beat the second place finisher, marco rubio, by 10. marco rubio and ted cruz are neck and neck. and then you got jeb bush, who was under 10 points, and sadly last night from the bush family, he called it quits.
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we'll talk about that in a moment. but in the hall, before his victory speech, what happened, tucker carlson? >> well, we caught donald trump just minutes after he found out he won in this state. again, a very unlikely victory, and i think deep down even he would probably acknowledge that, though he didn't say so publicly. here's what he did say. >> so you won the south carolina primary against all odds. what's the lesson in that? >> well, we worked hard and i just had a great relationship with the people from south carolina. it's just been amazing. it was a bonding of the biggest crowds. we had four or five,000 people every time. we knew something amazing was going to happen. >> reporter: so if you won here, where are you going to lose? >> i don't like to talk about losing. we were great with the military. i have to thank the vets in the military. we had tremendous numbers there. we were tremendous with evangelicals, we won that straight across the board. we won women, we won men, we won
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everything. it's been an amazing evening. >> so are you going to try to win over the people in washington? >> no, i'm just going to go with the american people. >> what do you think won you over? >> i think trade, i think the wall. i would say, we have to build a wall. everybody said, where did that come from? we want to have strong voters. basically we want to stop crime in our country, but the military was very important. that's why i think i won with the military. >> reporter: were you surprised that the governor's endorsement here had less effect? >> i had lieutenant governor manassas, and frankly, i like him better. his endorsement was obviously a lot better than hers. >> reporter: where are you headed now? >> i'm going to go make a speech. i'm going to the stage. >> reporter: we're going to watch it. thank you. >> thank you. >> and then he went and gave his speech. >> yes, he did. i was just looking at the numbers in my phone. after fighting with the pope,
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i've never seen any candidate for any office actually fight with the pope, donald trump won south carolina's most catholic county. what does that tell you? i have no idea. but we are bewildered by this. >> he talked about weapons of mass destruction to take us through the war in iraq, but many are saying it's a three-man race, and senator cruz and senator rubio were just .2 percentage points away from each other, i believe, last night. they'll be going after one another. the question is, will they devour one another in the process? >> it's entirely possible. i mean, they probably -- they have everything to gain by fighting each other. i guess -- the number that jumps on the at me is if you combine cruz's number with trump's number, both anti-establishment voting bases, i think you would have to acknowledge, you get to
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about 55%. not that people think cruz should drop out, but probably a majority would. trump's win is not an endorsement, i don't know what to think about that, but maybe we should be making overtures to the trump establishment. >> before donald trump made his speech, probably about the time you were talking to him in the hall, jeb bush was announcing that he was sacking up his camp and was going to go home. he was very emotional. if folks missed it, his voice cracked one time. if you took everybody who voted for jeb bush last night and gave them to either marco rubio or you gave them to ted cruz, neither one of them would have beaten donald trump as well. >> well, that's exactly right.
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and i think there is great affection for the bushes here. i don't think this was a rejection of jeb as a man or certainly his brother or parents, but i think the campaign is clearly moving. the rubio campaign spent about $12 million in the state, the bush campaign spent a million just in the superpac. donald trump had five full-time staffers in the state. he spent less than $2 million here. the superpac system we all feared would turn it all over to the koch brothers and democracy was going to end, that didn't happen. not even close. >> will that be the case in nevada and the states coming up on super tuesday? >> who knows. >> the other thing with the money, the donors with jeb bush, maybe that will go to senator marco rubio, and mabel haybe he
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have less money spent on attacking him, because jeb bush had a lot. >> i do believe that every single person in the world who is not for trump is likely to end up on team rubio by the end of today. that would be my gut in strinstn that. >> you are right, tucker, because all the pundits have been wrong. dana perino has some observations about what went on. she'll join us about 20 minutes from now. meanwhile, from dixieland to the desert, she really had to win. hillary clinton did win the nevada caucuses, as you can see right there, by about 5 percentage points. but after she was absolutely cl clobbered by bernie sanders in new hampshire, she had to win. she's been there for a year, and it paid off for her. >> and bernie sanders last night, tucker, was saying, hey, look at where we were just a couple months ago. the wind is at our back and that
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momentum means something. what do you think? >> i think a couple of things. i think the fact that bernie sanders won hispanic voters is significant. i think bernie sanders has a lot of money, like $30 million, and has been raising money faster than hillary clinton has. i don't think he's got a clear path to the nomination. i think she's likely to get it in the end, but i think he's capable of causing her an awful lot of trouble between now and then. it's not over for his campaign, not by a long shot. >> i was about to say for the democratic party, too, and the amount of enthusiasm they have at least in the state of nevada. it dropped in 2008, voter turnout did, until last night by about a third. 80,000 nevadans came out, so what will that mean in november? will voters be motivated to head out to the poll? that's obviously just one state but is it an indication? >> ask yourself, do you know a single democrat who is really enthusiastic about hillary clinton? they hate donald trump, i get
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all that, but how many are motivated for hillary like they were for barack obama? i don't know any. they're out there. they're hiding. >> one thing about the exit polls, and this came back to haunt hillary clinton who gave conflicting testimony to new shows and out in the public about the server and all sorts of things. is she trustworthy? >> a majority of americans say no, and as you can see right there, who is honest and trustworthy? bernie gets 82% and hillary gets a dozen. that's hard to win the presidency when you have that kind of numbers. tucker, stand by in lizards thicket because we'll continue the conversation with you in a moment. we need to get to this. it's a terrifying story developed overnight in michigan. six people shot dead, including a child. the lone gunman, identified as jason dalton, went on a random shooting spree. he ran around kalamazoo holding
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aerospace, manufacturing and the auto sector, biotech. these are all areas that are very prevalent in south carolina, and manufacturing is already in recession. when you look at the overall economy, it's been the manufacturing area of the economy that has plummeted because of the breakdown in commodity prices. so people are worried, they're unea uneasy about their economic story and their family's story, and that definitely drove them here. so the numbers definitely make sense. >> and the thing about south carolina, there's been a lot of textile mills, a lot of manufacturing, a lot of that has gone overseas, unfortunately, but places like boeing and aerospace is growing throughout the state and that's good. on the republican side, who of the republicans best to handle the economy, donald trump by a landslide and that's because people probably go, okay, the guy is a billionaire. he must be doing something right with money. >> even though he doesn't have specifics on this is how we'll
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get jobs back, we'll move the needle on your wages, people don't want to know how the sausage is made -- >> just do it! >> and that's what trump does. he has these big ideas, he doesn't give a lot of specifics, but the truth is people don't want a lot of specifics. they want to know, this guy has leadership qualities. he says he's going to be great, he probably is going to be great. >> we're going to take a look at some of the breakdowns from the fox news exit polls in nevada, health care is 23% -- i think these numbers are messed up. >> the economy is number 1 at 5 35%, and hillary the best of the democratic candidates to handle the economy. is that because oethe other guys a socialist? >> exactly. it was so close in nevada. nevada was one of those states that really plummeted during the
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recession. at the height of the recession, unemployment in nevada was up to 14 to 17%. things have come up quite a bit, but you're talking about a high average in 2015. people there are worried about their jobs and they're looking for someone who has leadership. hillary clinton has not come out with this job creating plan, so i think it's another issue -- >> just like trump. >> right. people say, look, she's got experience, she's the person, which i don't believe bernie sanders is going to be able to do all the stuff he says he's going to be able to do. >> we have john kasich in number four. he says, it's not a three-man race, it's a four-man race. >> he's done a very good job in ohio, we know that from the numbers, so it's probably likely that he sticks in there. and the ohio economy, he's got that to boast about because he's
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i'm proud of the campaign that we've run to unify our country and to advocate conservative solutions that would give more americans the opportunity to rise up and reach their god-given potential. but the people of iowa and new hampshire and south carolina have spoken and i really respect their decision. so tonight i am suspending my campaign. yeah, yeah. [ cheers and applause ] >> well, with governor jeb bush now out, where will his support
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go and can trump pick up any of his voters? >> she's here to weigh in. >> you know, the writing was on the wall. jeb said the people of iowa and new hampshire and south carolina have spoken, and not in the cards for him. >> and they spoke very clearly. his campaign spent a lot of money, more money than any other and didn't have much to show for it. i thought the timing last night was interesting, that he didn't wait a couple of days to think about it, he was just decisive. i thought it was a real moment of patriotic grace. didn't talk about anybody else in the campaign, he just talked about himself. and i think that moment where he has a little bit of emotion is imagine all the people that you're disappointing, okay? it's all the people in the room, all your volunteers, everybody that's worked for you, and possibly your family. the good thing for him and for all of us that have the benefit of having the unconditional love of our parents and our siblings is that he'll be warmly welcomed back into pedestrian life,
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civilian life, and he won't have to worry about the campaign anymore. >> it was a classy exit. >> always. >> what do you think about bush's donors? will they go to rubio, and will the voters of bush go to rubio as well? >> there are a significant number of donors with a lot of money. however, remember, money hasn't been a big deciding factor in any of these races so far. however, if you're one of the candidates that needs to put some more money in the bank so you can keep your operations going, yes, you want to try to get that. i heard last night that john kasich was on the phone last night with several of jeb bush's supporters to see if he could get them. i don't know if they'll sit on the fence and wait and see what happens in nevada going forward. >> dana, at the diner right now, tucker carlson has a question for you. >> okay. >> dana, i have a philosophical question for you. it seems like the divide within the republican party is maybe deeper and more emotional and more bitter than i realized. that's a bad thing for a bunch of reasons. is there anything that can be
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done to heal that? what can be done to heal that before this election, do you think? >> i kind of remember this in 2008, even, and especially in 2012, that the republicans seem to have this constant churning of who are we? this is how i like to look at it. i'm an optimistic person. big 10. in the big 10, there tent, ther of room for a lot of people. can donald trump get past the 40% ceiling that people say he has. i think he can, however, it's a big stretch for people who have voted republican all their lives to now say, i'm going to be against trade, against the beliefs i've had, and i'm going to be for obamacare. >> a majority of republican
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voters, historically republican voters, feel betrayed by the republicans who represent them in the white house. this is a natural outgrowth of, i feel like nobody is listening to me. >> last night trump obviously very decisive, rubio and cruz. those are not like your next in line person. there will be change, and we'll see what happens going forward. i hope nevada will be decisive a little more. you whittle down that field. the john kasich question is interesting, and maria bartiromo said she will have him on her show. you have to look at what is the justification for him staying? i don't know if he thinks he can win the presidency right out -- that's a good one. >> he may win ohio, which would drop the moment for trump there and help rubio. >> you could argue that the other way, too. >> dana, thank you very much. we love you on "the five."
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we have a great military but we don't win with isis. you see what china is doing to us, what japan does to us, where mexico is killing us at the border. mexico is killing us absolutely. we'll do the wall. don't worry, we're going to do the wall. we're going to do the wall! and by the way, who is going to pay for the wall? mexico is going to pay for the wall. >> there you have the leader at yesterday's south carolina primary. tucker carlson is in south carolina and joining us right now from palm beach, plflorida donald trump. mr. trump, congratulations. >> thank you very much. >> let me ask you this. if you, donald trump, were writing the headline about what you did yesterday in south carolina, what would that be? >> well, i mean, i had a win, so i guess you would say win, but we still have a little ways to go and we have very strong competition, very smart people,
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so let's see how it works. but i certainly have a lead and i had a great win and a great win the previous week in new hampshire, too. >> mr. trump, leading up to the primary there in south carolina, you took on a very beloved president there, george w. bush. you took on the pope in some respects, and, you know, your supporters said even though it snowed a little bit, it didn't seem to bother them. they came out in droves for you. why are you defying political odds? >> i just pointed out the war in iraq was the worst disaster. we destabilized the entire middle east, we spent trillions and trillions of dollars. we could have rebuilt our country, and it was a horrible decision. thousands of lives and wounded warriors who i love all over the place, and it was a terrible decision. i point that out and i think most intelligent people agree with me. the pope really made a statement about me because i want to build the wall and we're going to have
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a border, but people are going to come in but they'll come in legally now, right now it's like a piece of swiss cheese, and tremendous problems, tremendous crime. i pointed that out when i first started running and a lot of people agree with me. frankly, i think the pope was not given the correct circumstances. he was very nice yesterday. i don't know if you know, but he really took it back, and he was very, very nice yesterday. i appreciated that. but i don't know if it was good for me or bad for me. i think it was a neutral, actually. when i heard the pope was against me, though, i have to tell you, i wasn't exactly thrilled. that didn't sound good. but i think it probably -- it's never good. i think it probably turned out to be a neutral. >> all right. tucker? >> mr. trump, the field is different this morning with jeb bush out of the race, and republicans in washington seem to be swinging almost as one behind the marco rubio campaign. what's your answer to that going to be? what's your answer against supporting marco rubio? >> i will come out with
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something. i want to be nice at least one day, tucker. you get me in trouble, tucker, before the race even goes. i have a very strong answer why it shouldn't be. marco was very nice. he called last night and ted called last night. i got hit very hard yesterday. during the election process, ted did two robo calls that were brutal. i'm amazed. i won by a lot and i'm amazed i won by that much, because these were really nasty calls. i got hit with that, i got hit with $25 million worth of negative ads over the last couple of weeks, and it's amazing that i did so well. it tells you how smart the voters are. because it was small stuff and they didn't believe it, and i am so impressed with the intelligence of the voters. it's incredible. >> well, one of the candidates dropped out just before you made your victory speech last night. what would you like to say on this sunday morning about jeb bush? >> well, he was very tough. he was a tough competitor, i will tell you.
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he was really going at it. i was surprised he didn't get a higher number, frankly. the only thing i have to say a little bit badly is he spent millions and millions of dollars on negative ads about me, and i kept saying, what are you doing? because i would hit him very hard primarily because of the negative ads. they were brutal. i was being hit from every side with jeb's negative ads. so i wasn't thrilled with that. but, hey, look, he's a good competitor. he tried very hard. i think it just wasn't his time. he didn't do anything wrong, i think it just wasn't his time. >> mr. trump, we have to give credit where credit is due. you won with women and even voting blocks that many pundits didn't think you would win. you are the best candidate to go up against hillary clinton. rubio was best for 42%, and she would best you 36% to 42%.
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if you end up being the gop nominee and go up against hillary clinton in november, why will you win? >> first of all, i never do well in fox polls, and second of all, i beat her in many other polls. the recent poll that came out, i beat her easily. i beat her in many polls and i will beat her. the one thing other republicans can't do, rubio, cruz, i'll be bringing the reagan democrats, i'll get a lot of independents. i'll win michigan which nobody can think about winning. i'll win new york. if i win that, the election is over because there's so many delegates. i do things nobody else is going to do. they did a poll recently, upstate new york, i'm like the most popular guy that's been around for a long time up there because i understand their plight. i will win states that nobody else is going to win. in addition to that, i'm polling incredibly well in ohio. you know, tucker, all about florida. my numbers in florida are
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fantastic. i'll win pennsylvania. i'm going to win states that nobody else is going to win on the republican side. and i think i'll win states that nobody else even puts down on the list. that's a big statement. and we will get a lot of democrats and independents to cross over, which nobody else will get. >> tucker? >> so do you think after last night bernie has a shot at the democratic nomination? by the way, if you were a democratic primary voter, who would you vote for? >> well, i think bernie is really -- he took a big hit last night. they thought he was going to win, everybody thought he was going to win, even the initial numbers that came out looked like he was going to win. i think that was a very big hit. he has to be perfect in order to win. he's going to have to be absolutely perfect because it's so stacked against him, even with the superdelegates and everything else. he's behind the 8-ball before he even starts. he is going to -- he can't have losses like that. that was a tough loss. because she's going to win. where she's going now, in the next couple of states, she's going to win, and i don't think there's going to be much she can do about that.
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she's going to win in south carolina. by the way, the people in south carolina are unbelievable, wait they supported me. the way they watched those negative ads and didn't believe them, watched those robo calls that were horrible and didn't believe them. it was really sort of aamazing, actually. the people of the country i have great respect for, to be honest with you. >> in south carolina you beat marco rubio who just barely beat ted cruz by just a little bit. you won by 10 percentage points. i want to ask you, though, and anna mentioned the evangelicals. everybody figured -- ted cruz has won a campaign that has been faith-infused, and you for the most part have not. you're a man of faith, you believe in god, but everybody said, okay, he's going to wind up, ted cruz, with the evangelicals. you actually beat ted cruz with the evangelicals. how did you do that? >> substantially. well, i tell you, i got a great deal of help from jerry falwell, jr. he's the head of liberty
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university and he has done an incredible job and he's respected by everybody. he came out and endorsed me, and every candidate goes through liberty university. this place is unbelievable. you have to see the auditorium and the stadium and the arena that we speak in. every single candidate goes there, and people were shocked when he came out in favor of me. that was a big endorsement. i had robert jeffers, pastor jeffers who has been so incredible in his support. he's been on your show many times. he came out in favor of me. and, you know, hey, look, i am a good christian, i really am, and i think the evangelicals saw that. i won with the evangelicals by a lot, and i won with women and i won with just about every category. highly educated, not so highly educated. we won just about every category. i was really honored by what took place yesterday. >> one quick exit question and that was this. did your wife and daughter know you were going to turn to them and say, come on up here, do some talking? >> no, they didn't, and i thought they did really good. they wouldn't have done as well
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if they had time to think. so melania got up and really spoke beautifully and ivanka spoke beautifully. if you give people too much time to think, they won't do as well. >> you're right about good job in nevada. thank you, mr. trump. >> congratulations on nevada. we were glad we could bring donald trump, the winner of south carolina, to you on this sunday morning. coming up, our political panel will react to that interview with donald trump and a possible political trump matchup in november. we're gearing up for the daytona 500. rick is live at the track with some very special guests, florida-georgia line! symptoms worsen because your heart isn't pumping well. (water filling room) about 50 percent of people die (dog whimpering)
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carbulian, former chairman with the south carolina democratic committee and bobby jindal, former campaign manager. gentlemen, it's great to see you. >> good morning. >> donald trump, we just spoke to him. the path of the nomination seems to be clearing up for him. is that your read? >> last night rubio had to beat cruz, cruz had to beat trump and neither had a big win. if there was a two-man race, trump would be in the 50% range when you consolidate from the cruz's votes. so there's really only one man, and that's rubio, with a shot. and it's close, but trump is really close right now. >> as a manager of politics all his life, if you were a republican, how would see this? would you see trump on his way? >> i think donald trump is on his way. the republican primary is winner take all on march 15. he just needs to stay and place. 37% winner take all, he wins if
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three people are still in the race. but i got to tell you, sitting on my side of the fence watching this reminds me of an old hunter thompson quote which is, when the going gets weird, the weird turn pro. and donald trump is a pro. it's just amazing to me, attack the pope, attack john mccain, say the craziest crap in the world and he's winning -- he wins south carolina over the bushes? unbelievable. >> it is absolutely stunning. here we are taking it for granted, but i'm still completely shocked by it. you're going to have a democratic race in this state in a week. hillary clinton versus bernie sanders, she is forecast to kind of run away with it, but does he remain a threat to her, bernie sanders? >> we were talking about this earlier. if he can get this thingsingle , i think it's a win. like 52% of the republicans last night in this state voted a minority candidate, and the only choice the south carolinans have are old white people. it will be interesting to see
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who they choose, but bernie has to get in single digits. >> you're on the bernie side. >> i'm for bernie. >> i think everyone is predicting he loses the state, so what happens then? >> the balance being held by the superdelegates who can change their mind on the floor at the convention. i would advise bernie to stay in all the way and go to the convention, see if he can convince enough superdelegates to go his way. right now they're tied on committal delegates. they're tied. >> she's received more votes than he has. >> i don't think she can get, without the superdelegates, above 50%, and a superdelegate has to vote on the floor. they're not bound. i think this can go all the way to the convention and bernie could be the nominee, or at the minimum, he could get commitment and concessions from the party about what we do going forward. i don't want to be the party
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owned by pharma, owned by the bank and owned by special interests. and we are right now. >> in one sentence, if you were a democrat -- put yourself in that place mentally -- who would you vote for in the primary? >> probably bernie because he's an outsider and this is an outsider year. it has nothing to do with politics. >> i feel the same way. i'm not in danger of casting that vote. just hours away from the start of the great american race, the daytona 500. rick is getting us geared up for it in florida with florida-georgia line. you don't want to miss it. stay tuned. what if one piece of kale could protect you from diabetes? what if one sit-up could prevent heart disease? one. wishful thinking, right? but there is one step you can take to help prevent another serious disease. pneumococcal pneumonia. if you are 50 or older, one dose of the prevnar 13® vaccine
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♪ >> yes, the great american race is just two hours away. the daytona 500 kicks off at noon today and florida-georgia line is kicking things off. >> this is the fifth year you're getting things started at the daytona 500. good morning. >> for one thing, you get to come to florida in the middle of february. that's the best. this year's entertainment is florida-georgia line. i talked to the guys about how they feel about performing here at the daytona 500. >> everybody will be right up to
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the stage with you. about 200,000 people are here plus maybe 20 million people here watching this event live. do you get nervous about that? is this one of the bigger crowds you've performed for? >> i would say this is definitely probably one of the biggest crowds or maybe the biggest we've played for. we're more and more excited every minute. we're ready man. we're going to rock. >> incredibly nice guys and they are so excited to be here performing. if you come to day tone a guys, one of the really cool things. one of the places we're standing in is victory lane. they'll pop the champagne and take all the pictures. if you come to daytona, you can come here and get right up close to this trophy and experience daytona firsthand. there is no sporting event that gives you the type of access to the drivers and to the event like this one does. it is the best time and nascar season kicks off today right here on fox. >> did you get to go kiss the
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trophy or touch the trophy? >> i done that a few times, i will tell you. >> did you take a selfie of you kissing the trophy? >> i mean, now we're getting a little bit explicit. we have to get something going. >> that's a yes. >> we're just glad you didn't use your breakfast earlier when you were going around with the pace car. how was that? >> it's one of those things, first of all, i'm driving around with matt kenseth, so you're driving with a two-time daytona winner, so you feel amazingly honored. at the same time i was ready to p puke and i was sick for about two hours afterwards. that was for six laps and these guys do it about 80 miles faster than we were doing. >> rick, good job out there. have fun. >> thanks. from daytona back to south carolina. we're going to go back to the
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friends. newt gingrich is going to be joining us, also brett baer. the banks are closed because of that. tucker, great job today. thanks very much for joining us from south carolina.

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