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complete rwrap up for us. >> good morning heather and heather. how about that line. fruit salad of someone's life that's what i would look at. ben carson has a way with words. donald trump found out what it means to be a winner. he was attacked at every turn. marco rubio and ted cruz doing whatever they can to stay alive with this race with the big super tuesday contest coming up march the 1st. here in texas immigration a biggish oo you. on that topic marco rubio dropped an entire bucket on trump's head. >> before we do anything on immigration we will secure the border. >> they will go out. some will come back. the best. through a process. >> i find it amazing donald believes he's the one who discovered the issue of illegal immigration. when i ran for the state of texas i ran prom mittsing to fight to build a wall. >> if he builds the wall the way he built trump towers he will be
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using illegal immigrants to do it. google donald trump polish workers. >> he took it on the chin several times. had a moment to hi self when he was asked about vincente fox's comments about building a wall on the border. >> i am not going to pay for that (bleep) wall. he should pay for it. >> the wall just got 10 feet taller. if i would have used even half of that word it would have been national scandal. this guy used a filthy disgusting word on television and he should be ashamed of himself and he should apologize. >> another big topic is mitt romney's recent suggestion donald trump might have a few problems with his income taxes that's why he is reluctant to release his returns. watch this. >> i get order-- audited every . i will give my return but i am being audited for two or three years.
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i can't do it until it is finished. >> there's nothing that interesting so i have no problem releasing them. luckily i am not being audited this year or last year. >> i have released five years of tax returns already. we will have two more years available tomorrow. >> there was this moment where marco rubio turned criticisms of himself repeating himself into a virtue. watch this exchange. >> a deal is a deal. >> a deal is not a deal when you are deal with terrorists. >> i watched him repeat himself five times four weeks ago. >> your ties is making in mexico and china. i don't know anything about bankruptcy court. >> that moment with marco rubio had to be ad libbed there's no way he could prepare for something like that. he has been preparing himself on the campaign trail practicing the rhetorical dance moves a lot
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of verbal flourishes and he brought those out last night in houston. >> verbal flourishes. that's one way to put it, john. who won and who lost? joining me now are the political panel and mccain pal lan presidential pain mr. lauren ep stein. thank you for joining us. >> thank you for having us. >> what a night it was. talk about whether in fact it benefited voters in a moment. first let's talk about who won and who lost? >> i think marco rubio won the debaten oh the debate standard. he had the most to gain. he finally showed up and brought a fight. he wasn't a wind up doll. i was like this guy can debate. he has instincts which has been the criticism over the past eight or nine debates.
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he needed to wouldno that establishment support. where has he been the entire time? this particular candidate, where has he been? >> i have no idea. >> is it too late? >> i think it's too late. i think he's afraid he may not have another chance in four or eight years. >> you disagree? >> i think donald trump won. i think trump won. nobody stopped his momentum. there was a point where you saw cruz and rubio really going after him at the same time like two chihuahuas going after the big dog. he did a really good job. that's not what he goes by in the street he was so strong not just for the republicans but the blue collar democrats and independents he could enlarge the republican tank. this is the best rubio and cruz could bring. trump said swing away, boys. they did. >> it was almost yelling over
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top of each other. so viewers didn't have an opportunity to hear what they were saying at times. i think that did a disservice to them. let's talk about that. voters may have lost out in hearing some of the details, who do you think lost out on the stage? >> lost on the stage undoubtedly ben carson. i feel like it is a waste of space talking about him because he was barely on stage. he had funny remarks. he's the guy that brought in the comic relief amid the insane comedy. but the reality is i don't know why he's in the race any more. he doesn't even have money to be in the race any more. >> you agree? >> he should be out now. he should be out after super tuesday. the loser for me was marco rubio. he proved by the reestablishment. i don't even know what that means. i don't know what he stands for any more. rub dwroef knit-- rubio definit.
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he looked so terrible. he tried to out trump trump and he failed. he looked angry and unsure on his feet doing it. it wasn't natural. >> it is so interesting that both of you have a totally different take on his performance last night. quickly, who do you think will be the nominee? >> this guy. unstoppable. >> you agree? >> donald trump. he's the nominee. history of the republican party. look at super tuesday. he's going to win either every state or every state but one. >> y155 delegates up for grabs. >> winner takes all. trump is up by almost 20 points in florida which is winner take all. >> you could tell during the debate he was shifting to the center he was becoming more human. >> i as a democrat would say he sounds kind of interesting.
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>> perhaps a good strategy. perhaps it will work. we will check back with you for sure. >> this is a fox news lart. three people are dead and more than a dozen wounded during a shooting spree in kansas. the gunman's bloody rampage coming to an end at the company where he works. let's go to will carr live. what can you tell us about the shooter? >> authorities don't believe this is terrorism related, but they say they are trying to figure out exactly what caused this gunman to kill three people and injure 14 others. they say this started with two drive-by shootings. the gunman made his way to excel industries, a lawn mower manufacturer in hesston kansas 45 minutes north of wichita. he shot one wonl in the parking lot and then stormed the building unloading on more than a dozen others with what authorities describe as a long gun.
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listen to the wife of one of the 150 employees inside at the time of the shooting. >> how is your husband doing? you were able to talk to him. >> he is okay. he said somebody next to him got shot. oh my god. oh my god. >> you can come in here. >> an emotional reunion there. officers raked the scene. that officer shot and killed the suspect. that officer is considered a hero. >> here we are, it happened here. now we don't like this. this is a fairly peaceful community to have something like this is tragic. >> authorities did not name the suspect but witnesses and local news stations say he was
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38-year-old cedric ford, an employee at excel with a long criminal history. on his facebook page he had several pictures and videos with guns. in january he posted saying he was feeling fed up. at this point authorities don't believe this was terror related, but they do think they have some idea of what his motive was. although at this point they are not releasing that. >> will carr, live for us this morning. thank you. >> horrible story to follow. >> the time now is about nine minutes after the top of the hour. marco rubio calling donald trump a hypocrite eaccusing him of hiring undocumented immigrants. >> he hired workers from poland and had to pay a million dollars. >> wrong. totally wrong. >> who is right there. is that true? we are fact checking marco rubio's claims. (applause) >> that happened.
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let's start out about the healthcare claim. cruz calls out trump on that. >> true or false you said the government should pay for everyone's healthcare. >> you never said that. >> you said it worked in a couple of countries. >> you said it works great in canada and scotland we should do it here. >> that's from last night. trump said he never said that. did he? take a listen from a while back. >> everybody's got to be covered. >> universal healthcare. >> i am going to take care of everybody. >> the government is going to pay for it. as far as single payer it works in canada and works incredibly well in scotland. >> he's speaking highly of single payer. that's a no no in republican circles. >> cruz said you never said on this debate stage that the government will pay, technically in a way that was true. with that clip of scott pele he was stating everyone will get coverage the government will pay for it. he has had a history of
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indicating his prefrps for socialized medicine. >> there's a difference between sij payer socialized medicine and universal healthcare. he's spoken glowingly of both. he wrote as a nation we should look at single payer plan. >> the two terms can be interchangeable as well. universal healthcare. we want everyone to have healthcare. >> they may have insurance not through the fed ceral governmen. >> everybody can go and get healthcare. nobody is waiting on the street without being able to get care. the difference is mr. trump made clear who was going to pay for it, the government will. that is socialized healthcare. it's nationalized healthcare theirs the kind of thing that england has and canada has and cuba had and you can see how well that's working out. >> i would argue there's a problem with this. donald trump hasn't released a healthcare plan. in the absence of a solid plan, this is what's going to happen. >> look, he gave a few things about talking about getting rid of the lines between the states.
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can't say the word order apparently. we know we want a larger risk pool that can make a difference but when pressed also last night he really didn't go into the details. the republicans have a plan. he's expecting to adopt something like that. clearly we know something has to change. how mr. trump will change it we are not quite sure yet. >> let's talk about rubio's claims that trump hired illegal immigrants to build trump towers in new york city. listen here. >> he hired workers from poland. he had to pay a million dollars or so in a judgment. >> wrong. >> that's a fact. people can look it up. i am sure people are googling it now. trump polish workers. you will see a million dollars for hiring workers on one of his contracts. >> looking at a preview if he gets the nomination? >> i love the internet you can google it and people can go and look. on one hand that was accurate and true on the other hand it was false. we do know he did at least a contractor he hired hired some
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on documented workers in poland. we don't know there was a settlement but it was sealed. there was one point where the lawyer for the pole lishg worker said they are going to give us a million dollars. that was just a statement. we know he hired foreign workers undocumented workers we know there was a settlement but we don't know how much. >> trump explains why he can't release his taxes. listen to this. >> i will absolutely give my returns but i am being audited now for two or three years so i can't do it until the audit is finished, obviously. i think people would understand that? >> obviously. no. it's obviously false. there's a big difference between can't and won't. there's no legal requirement you hold on to your taxes and hide them until an audit is finished. it is clear mr. trump doesn't want to for some reason. he said it with such authority so that clearly is obviously false. >> thanks so much. we will talk to you again.
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heather over to you. >> after they squared off with the debate hillary clinton and bernie sanders turned their attention to south carolina. we are live in columbia with the latest with tomorrow's primary. what's up? >> ahead of the democratic primary here in south carolina for the democratic candidates time is precious. hillary clinton is favored with win big in north carolina. clinton talked about appointing judges to the supreme court who respond to the american people. bernie sanders had a rally in chicago, chicago state university jumping ahead to up coming states. sanders said his campaign has come a long way. his job is to make sure working people come out to vote. at the gop debate senator marco rubio talked about what they stand for providing a contrast. >> i am going to tell you the most powerful thing is the bernie desire to leave your children better off than
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yourself. you can only do that through free enterprise that's what we stand for not socialism like bernie sanders and increasingly hillary clinton. >> gop frontrunner said he's the person to beat hillary clinton. >> hillary clinton take a look at usa today take a look at the cue poll i beat her and i beat her badly. i haven't even started with her. four weeks ago when she said i was sexist, and believe me, they had a rough weekend that weekend between bill and hillary. they had a rough weekend. >> both clinton and sanders will hold events here in south carolina and elsewhere ahead of a big primary tomorrow. >> mike emanuel life for us. >> great to see you. 19 minutes after the hour. taking center stage at the republican debate. >> we are going to secure the border. >> they will go out. some will come back. >> who has the best plan to fix
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it? eric erickson is on deck to weigh in next. stay with us. flush flu
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>> when i am president of the united states we are going to secure the border. >> we have people who came in this country illegally. they will go out. some will come back through a process. >> the people that get forgotten in this debate over immigration are the hard-working men and women in the country millions of americans who are losing their jobs, millions of legal immigrants. i am combrags a hot topic at the debate. who has the best plan to fix the
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system? let's have the author of the new book eric erickson. so nice to have you here in person. >> glad to be here. >> we usually talk to you from georgia but you made your way o from new york. >> who has the best plan for immigration immigration? >> i think ted cruz probably came across as the most consistent guy on stage. he said trump was ridiculing mitt romney for having people self deport. marco yaub yo won a pathway to stay here in the country marco rubio. if you want somebody who has been consist at any time about deportation ted cruz is the direction you want to go. >> in terms of the demographic for hispanics who do you think as the edge? >> marco rubio. he has positive favor ability
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while ted cruz is slightly negative. >> but he won the hispanic vote in nevada. >> he did but it was about 92 percent white plus or mine nows 10 percent of the margin of error for piss panic popularity. >> obviously immigration a huge issue, border security. >> i think ted cruz won 45 percent of hispanic voters in texas since 2012. >> you would expect him to win texas? >> i would expect him to win texas. >> what about florida. >> rubio is second significantly behind trump. cruz needs to drop out to help marco but cruz is doing better in his home state than marco in his. >> let's switch quickly to the economy. 43 percent of republicans think that is their number one concern. who wins there? >> i think there comes a time between the three of them they all have good economic plans.
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trump's plan raises the deficit more than trump or cruz. i guess you would say it is a draw. >> is that why donald trump is in the lead because people see him as a successful businessman. >> he's a businessman. what cruz and rubio tried to do he's not necessarily as successful as people think. they have to keep that trum going in order to be successful. >> thank you for joining us in person. appreciate you being here. >> special treat today, eric. the time is 26 minutes after the hour. a fierce faceoff last night. is partien siding hurting the republican party? our political panel weighs in. >> i think that maybe we need to get a little bit of an apology for that. >> i will not apologize for a minute. >> brand new dials on the most talked about moments from last night's debate.
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>> good morning. it is friday february the 26th. a fiery night in hughes stousto. things really heated up at the intense republican debate. >> donald trump with a target o side. they face off before super tuesday the biggest competition of the campaign so far. >> on the stages there's two of cuban origin and an african american. we are the diversity of this party. >> the fruit salad of their life is what i will lack at. >> if they haven't inherited
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$200 million. >> this guy is a choke artist and this guy is a liar. >> if he builds the wall the way he built trump towers he will be using illegal immigration to do it. >> anybody who cares about illegal immigration wouldn't be hiring illegal immigrants. >> there's a statute of limitations alive. >> are you going to ask somebody else a question? >> i know it's ratings but this is a little bit ridiculous. >> john roberts is live for us in houston with a complete wrap up of that. we haven't seen one like that yet. >> good morning, john. >> good morning, heather and heather. they are still mopping up the floor behind me in houston. up until last night the attacks on donald trump were the sole purview of jeb bush. everybody got into it particularly marco rubio and ted cruz. almost everything that came out of his mouth was a reason to attack him. trump had almost a tosolo momen
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to take a dig at his friends in the medical insurance industry. watch this. >> some of the people in the audience are insurance people and insurance lobbyists and special interests. they got -- i am not going to point to these ye. gentlemen. they are a part of the problem. >> repeal obamacare and replace it with a system that puts americans in charge of their medical care again. >> easier to under sand the dead sea controscrolls than your pla. >> use health retirement accounts which is like a health savings account we give it to everybody from birth until death. >> i will repeal every word of obamacare. >> as expected last night a issue of a replacement for antonin scalia last night which ended with trump asking cruz for an apology. >> next president of the united states has to be someone that you can trust and believe in to appoint someone just as good as scalia. >> i give my my word every
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justice i nominate will defend the bill of rights for any children and yours. >> justice roberts was strongly recommended by ted. justice roberts gave us obamacare. >> he has been criticizing my sister for signing a certain bill. maybe we should get a little bit of an apology from ted. >> i will not apologize for a minute for defending the constitution. i will not apologize for defending the bill of rights. >> remember that bro man's between donald trump and ted cruz? that is so yesterday. >> you don't have the endorsement of one republican senator and you work with these people. >> when i was leading the fight against the gang of 8 amnesty bill? where was ronald? he was firing dennis rodman on celebrity apprentice. we cannot risk the failed policies by nominating someone who loses to hillary clinton. >> if i can't beat her, you are really going to get killed. i know you are embarrassed, but
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keep fighting. keep swinging. swing for the fences. this guy is a joke artist and this guy is a liar. >> trump got whacked harder than he han whack -- has been whacke all of the other debates. he held his own. it turned into a new york street fight. we won't know the numbers until tuesday. that will be something to see. >> the last debate before super tuesday contest. how will they influence voter turnout? our political panel is back. >> the mccain palin campaign, so, gang, biggest take away from last night. they went after one another big time. mickey, how does that go in numbers? >> i think in the end we know who is going to be the nominee. it's the teflon don. >> you think this is a done
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deal. >> you, too? >> it is a done deal. won three of the first floor. he's leading in every state. maybe not texas, but as we speak in texas as well super tuesday. the all important winner take all started march 15th. he's going to win florida. he will win it by 20 points. >> they all went after him big time last night. i am wondering a little bit, a lot, way too late? >> way too late. >> what do you think the problem was? >> i think marco rubio was trying to get support of the jeb bush he finally got a little bit of that money in december. he was playing conservative and trying to attack ted cruz in iowa. he was stuck in the in between zone. if ted cruz wasn't there he would have made progress if jeb bush wasn't there he would have made progress. he won a cycle too early. >> he is running for second place. we have a history of nominating a person who was second in the
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previous primary. dole was second. mccain was second, romney was second. if rubio was second to trump which he wasn't because cruz won iowa. that's all he's going to get. >> one of the thing that cruz is going after trump on is saying he will work too much with the democrats. something he has come back with again and again saying he will cut too many deals in washington. is that something that plays well? do they want more cooperation? >> i think on one hand people want more cooperation on the other hand the republican base doesn't want to work with anybody to be fair. >> you are seeing donald trump support sky rocket. you have 27 percent in nevada. not that many people turnout for a caucus in nevada. >> they had the highest turnout in these primaries 20 percent higher than 2012. they are excited about donald trump. he's successful. he's not just a conservative
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sticking to his guns or policy like cruz. >> i couldn't help but notice donald trump's comments about planned parenthood last night. he's of course pro-life but on the other hand said planned parenthood does some good work. i am wondering how that will go over with the republican base? >> i think he knows the numbers so well at this point he has solidified his base. they are loyal to him. as long as they show up for the rest of the primaries he's good. >> he was right about 5th avenue that he could do just about anything and get that support. >> it is not anything but it is really smart and good for the general. it is great for blue collar democrats. >> if it is a done deal k he beat? >> is it bernie sanders? i don't think so. working class voters. >> heather let's get it back to you. >> he was talking about the bro man's being over. it is like a bad relationship on
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social media. back and forth. the time now about 20 minutes to the top of the hour. national security verses privacy. the gop candidates weigh in on the feud between apple and fbi. >> twitter going nuts over ben carson's comments. don't miss the top trending moments of the debate. rl 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.
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>> now to a fox news alert for you. three people dead and more than a dozen wounded in a shooting spree in kansas. the bloody rampage coming to an
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end at the company where he worked. >> authorities don't believe it was terror row lated but they are trying to see what caused the gunman to kill three people and injure 14 others. they say it all started with 2 random drive-by shootings. he made his way to excel industries 95 miles north of wichita. when the man got to excel he shot one woman in the parking lot and stormed the building. authorities say he unloaded on more than a dozen others with what they describe as a long gun. it was getting louder you knew something was beguning on. >> the first inside the building shot and killed the suspect. that officer is now being called a hero.
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>> everybody said it can't happen here but it is all of the places it happens at. here we are it happened here. we don't like this. this is a fairly peaceful community to have something like this is tragic. >> authorities have not named the suspect from witnesses and local news affiliates saying he was 38-year-old cedric ford an employee with excel with a long criminal history on his facebook page. he had a number of pictures and videos with guns. he also posted in january that he was feeling fed up. again authorities do not believe it was terror related. they do say he had some idea of what caused him to go into the shooting, but at this point they are not releasing more information. >> apple is responding by asking a federal judge to throw out that order. we are live in washington, d.c. with garrett tenney.
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>> apple had strong words for the fbi and doj with the court filing. not only did the tech giant argue the privacy of iphone users worldwide would be put at risk, but it argues the federal government is violating the first amendment rights by ordering the software to hack into its phones. apple went on to accuse the government of attempting to cut off any debate with the issues of privacy and security by invoking terrorism. fbi director james comey pushed back on some of that yesterday in an appearance before congress. >> this is a single phone in a very important investigation where the ask is to write a piece of software that will work only in that phone not anybody else's phone. you, apple can hold the phone. >> the issue also came up last night at the gop debate, and apart from donald trump who didn't comment on it all of the candidates argued apple should
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comp comply>> apple doesn't want to do it because they think it hurts their brand. their brand is not superior to the united states of america. >> the order is not put a back tour r door on everyone's cell phone. if that was the order that would be problematic. >> they don't comply with that you are encouraging chaos in our system. >> you lock the door and you say you are not coming out until you reach an agreement? >> kam won't be alone in its case. one of the biggest rival fellow tech giant google is reportedly preparing to back apple over the court battle with privacy and security. >> will carr live for us. thank you, will. the time 15 minutes before the top of the hour. we have brand new dials on the gop debate. >> i think that maybe we should get a little bit of an apology from ted what do you think? >> i will not apologize for a minute. >> which lines worked and which ones didn't? that's coming up next.
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>> the gop candidates are making their cases for the last time before super tuesday. seems if you haven't heard yet they definitely got heated. how d their words resinate with voters at home? we just put them to the dial test. let's begin with rubio verses trump on hiring illegals. >> i am the only one on the stage that hired people. you haven't hired anybody. (talking over one another) >> i have hired tens of thousands of people.
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>> (talking over one another) >> senator, you haven't hired one person. >> you hired workers from poland. he had to pay a million dollars or so in a >> he had to pay $1 million. >> that's wrong. that's wrong. totally wrong. >> people can look it up. i'm sure people are googling it now. >> mr. cruz, excuse me, excuse me -- >> illegal workers on one of his projects. [ applause ] >> he said trump did blame the demolition contractor in that case. we'll talk about how many people actually went on line to look that up in a moment. so who won here? how do you grade them? >> in this one, trump won. he got an a. his zing back at him got to heart of it. he's going make deals that are good for the economy. rubio did not back down, not once. the end net-net result of rubio's performance, he seemed strong, like a real contender. >> it didn't stop there.
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as you referenced, went into a little bit of lobbying talk. listen to this. >> here's a guy who buys a house for $179,000. he sells it to a lobbiest who's probably here, for $380,000, then legislation is passed. you tell me about this guy. this is what we're going to have -- >> this guy had inherited $200 million. had f he hadn't inherited -- >> no, no, no. [ applause ] that is so wrong. i took $1 million and turned it into $10 billion. >> and the grade is on that -- that was just a b between both of them. i think people weren't that energized either way. the thing i will say, rubio went right after what people are questioning about trump. it's -- is he a self-made man, or did he get it handed to him. i think that was a clever -- it didn't really sit. but over and over, the zing, the zing. it got under trump's skin. however, trump supporters remain
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strong and faithful and energized. i'm not sure that it's going to move trump supporters tho the side. it will make people consider rubio. >> moving to super tuesday, the bible belt, evangelicals, a huge vote. let's listen to back and forth between cruz and troump religious liberty. >> i think maybe we should get a little bit of an apology from ted, what do you think? >> let me tell you right now, donald, i will not apologize for a minute for defending the constitution. i will not apologize for defending the bill of rights. i find it amazing that your view is on religious liberty. you can't have a crazy zealot who believes in. it you got to be willing to cut a deal. there's a reason why when harry reid was asked of all the people on this stage who does he want the most, who does he like the most, he said donald trump. >> so the grade in this exchange? >> a c.
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cruz is usually an excellent debater. in his home state, he did not have his best night. he was going after trump in ways that were meaningless to a lot of people. people know he's a flip-flopper, people know that he is who what he is, but people still love him. he has to go after things that people love about him, undermine that. is he strong or whine? is he successful or -- was he given something? i don't think cruz's attack did much of anything for cruz or against trump. >> the attacks have not worked so far in the campaign. >> for sure. >> thank you very much for joining us as always. we appreciate your insight. heather? >> thanks. the question everyone is asking -- who was that screaming super fan at last night's debate? did you catch this? [ screams ] [ screams ] [ screams ] >> hard to miss that one. the top trending moments coming up next.
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the gloves were off last night, and the usual heavy hitter, donald trump, found himself the target. what was the conversation on line saying? >> let's go to social media reaction. "fox & friends" co-host, clayton
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morris. what a night. >> the most tweet good moment was back and forth, who's repeating what? marco rubio, you're donald trump. you're repeating yourself. this was the most talked about-about moment last night. watch. >> what is your plan? i understand the lines around the state, whatever that means. this is not game where you draw maps -- >> you don't know what. >> what is your plan? >> when you get rid of the lines, it brings in competition. >> that's the only part of the plan? the lines, the -- >> no, the nice part -- you have many different plans. you'll have competition. you'll have so many different plans. >> now he's repeating himself. >> no, no, no. [ applause ] >> i watched him repeat himself five times four weeks ago. >> he repeated himself five times seconds ago. >> what would ben carson pick for the supreme court nominee? it was the fruit salad comment that had everyone on twitter talking. >> as president, i would go through and look at what a person's life has been. what had they done in the past. what kind of judgments have they
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made. what kind of associations do they have. they will tell you more than an interview will tell you. the fruit salad of their life is what i would look at. >> and i'm hungry for fruit salad this morning. but people went crazy on line last night for the marco rubio supporter who showed up at a few debates, who was caught screaming in the background. who is this woman? watch this. this was tweeted about all over the world. watch. >> you're going to be starting a trade war -- [ screams ] >> all right. >> i don't know anything about bankrupting companies -- [ screaming ] >> i don't know anything about it -- >> if he hasn't inherited $1 million dollars -- [ screams ] >> it wasn't the comments, the screams in the background that had everyone talking. and marco rubio asked the audience, this is the power of looking right in the camera and saying, hey, please go to google. i'd like you to do a google search to find out it trump and his illegal workers that he -- polish workers that he hired. google saw a 300% increase among donald trump and his polish workers and self-deportation.
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a 1,700% increase there. overall again, donald trump crushing the conversation on social media last night with a 51% to marco rubio's 21% of twitter conversations last night. >> wow. >> seems to follow. >> thank you very much. >> see you this weekend. >> appreciate everyone joining us. >> yeah. "fox & friends" starts right now. >> bye-bye. you're the only person on this stage that's ever been fined for hiring people to work on your projects illegally. you hired some workers from poland -- >> i'm the only one in the states who hired people. you haven't hired anybody. >> true or false -- you said the government should pay for everyone's health care? >> that's false. >> did you say if you want people to die on the streets, if you don't support health care, you have no heart? did you say you're a liberal on health care? >> people will die on the streets -- >> what is your plan on health care? >> when you get rid of the lines, it brings in competition. you'll have

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